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hay hey there and good morning. caught on camera frightening moments for passengers caught on board a plane >> oh boy, the story behind that outburst. and the charges that man is facing today. >> wow. a miami couple forced to uproot a garden they have been growing for 17 years. they are hefty fine this they don't. neighborhood yard makes front yard vegetable gardens illegal. are they a threat to america? >> it's a threat to our neighborhood, i know that much. >> from pretending our alarm
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clocks didn't go off to blame blaming traffics. did you know that half of you tell lies about being late? what's the most popular excuse you use? we've got the answer straight ahead. i didn't have my coffee this morning, that's why i stumbled through that that's my excuse. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> good morning, this is gavini. you are watching my "fox & friends," baby. >> my favorite hairstylist she did mine this morning. >> gorge. our makeup staff and hair staff are a ray of sunshine. >> we stumble in blurried eyed. >> speaking of everybody being blurried eyed. i could hear our crew out in the hallway. they said today is going to be a great day. >> the other guy said why is that? >> because there is expresso and all kinds of alcoholic thanksgiving drinks that are going to be passed around
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later. >> that's what we need on had this show. >> splurge segment. >> national expresso day. so tucker, anna and myself are going to try to be actual baristas this morning. >> i can barely sit still. the latest on the deback test called obamacare. >> we have a couple of delays to get through this morning. first delay up this year is to pick a plan you now have an extra 8 days this year. that's a good christmas present for you december 15th has been moved back now to december 23rd because you need to have that plan in place otherwise you are going to get the penalty. that's the first delay we need to talk about. >> the second is for next year. 2014, they have moved the deadline a month forward from the middle of october to the middle of november. it's only 30 days, but it puts the deadline after crucially the midterm elections so voters will not find out how much higher
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there monthly payments are going to be lose their doctors until after they vet in the mid terms. not an accident. >> is this something that is just convenient on the obama administration's part? our very own henry pressed the white house press secretary jay carney yesterday on this very thing. take a listen. >> the 2015 date, republican chuck grassley said today he charged that you are extending it, the open enrollment was supposed to start for 2015 in october of 2014 as i recall. it's now going to start in mid november 2014. he says you are doing that so that it starts after the midterm elections. it's politics. >> the fact is we are doing this because it makes sense for insurers to have a clear of a sense of pool they gain in the market before setting rates for next year. and because of the problems in the implementation of the web site on healthcare.gov that we have experienced that has slowed enrollment
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in the early stages here. we expect that the -- what was already going to be a back load of processes is going to be more back loaded and that would leave insurers with a lot of data to try to sort through. >> great, they just have to explore their options a little bit better and that's why they need this extra time. not hiding information. >> complete failure. do you remember obamacare itself didn't come into effect until of after the president's re-election campaign. a new poll shows that if voters had known they couldn't actually keep their health insurance plans they were happy with as the president promised they wouldn't have lost obama he would have lost dramatic support especially. >> let's pars this further. if you hear from insurance industry executives this morning, this is throwing them for a loop much the rates are set in april. it has nothing to do with the fall of the year. so, in fact, they don't know at this point as to whether
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or not that date will be moved now. april has been a fixed time line for insurance companies for years. and now they are sitting there wondering wait a second does that need to shift that around? is it may or march now? we don't know. >> this wasn't done because the insurers were clamoring for it. it was done against their wishes as was the president's most recent change that we're going to delay the penalties if you don't sign up. none of this helps insurers. >> senator tim scott says the time something no coincidence at all. >> obvious, sticker shock equals voter rebellion. they are making sure that the voters do not realize that what has happened during the first year, insufficient premiums, insufficient funding for obamacare which means that the premiums the second year will skyrocket. to avoid the sticker shock before the election and voter rebellion before the election, you move that after november. >> so should would he be surprised that politics are at play here. george will on the kelly
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file tonight basically says between the nuclear option they are employing in the senate, of course, and the democrats trying to move the chains here on obamacare that this is all politics. take a listen. >> they're is a kind of lawlessness here and it's cynical lawlessness, lily tomblin portrayed a character she called the bag lady. no matter how cynical you get, you just can't keep up. i think americans will begin to feel this way. this looks like a clever way. it's all right in politics to be clever. but you dent want to look like you are trying to be clever because that looks tricky and sneaky. >> let me play the cynic then. maybe because the month, the dlaft web site, it pushed us back into november of 2013 right now, next year they want to keep it consistent with that november time line so they are moving it an extra month. that's the cynic. >> yeah. well, look, we have got to get to headlines in a second. i can't resist mentioning
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this "wall street journal" piece this morning that suggests not only can you not keep your health insurance you probably won't be able to keep your doctor. the reimbursement for doctors is going through the floor. new york health group big new york city based healthcare firm is now reimbursting doctors 2 obucks to read a mammogram. would you want you your wife mammogram read for 20 bucks by a doctor. >> everybody is going to be stuck with doctors who are making 20 bucks to read a mammogram. >> the cues you are going to see are very similar to canada and the u.k. we do need to get your-to-your headlines on saturday morning. while you were sleeping, mass chaos breaking out in the los angeles airport when passengers mistake a car crash for gunshots. >> she struck a poll, continued northbound and struck a bench. and continued to cross all these lanes behind me and came to rest what you see here the parking structure. >> officials say the woman
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inside the car suffered an ahmed call emergency outside of terminal a and hit a pedestrian. both were hurt, the pedestrian seriously. moments after the crash anonymous call was made to police about a man with a gun inside another terminal. 2,000 people were evacuated but police found no evidence of a gunman. travelers were nervous and police on high alert after a man opened fire at the airport earlier this month killing a tsa agent. dozens of flights were delayed and a few others were diverted to other airports disrupting travel for thousands. at this hour travelers say everything seems to be back to normal. four men have been arrested in connection with with a knockout attack in brooklyn. new trend where teenagers punch complete strangers in the street. this time the attackers were not teenagers. investigators say men, ranging in age from 28 to 38 punched a 24-year-old man in the face and then took off o. a nearby officer was able to catch up to them.
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and brand new details emerging about the d.c. navy yard shooter. we are now learning that just weeks before 12 people were gunned down, the shooter's security clearances were pulled. u.s. officials say that the company that employed aaron lexis for two days in august after telling rhode island police he was hearing voices. without an explanation the company restored the clearance and didn't tell the navy about the incident. alexis was shot and killed by police following the september 16th shooting spree. how do you mistakenly land a massive plane at the wrong snarpt turns out the pilot couldn't read his own handwriting. brand new flight recordings revealing that very new detail about the pilot. he also could be heard trying to figure out east from west. >> all right. >> pilot's confusion left the 747 dream lifter stranded at a small kansas airport on thursday for 16 hours. >> dream lifter.
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>> that is so amazing. >> do you ever do that? >> rick reichmuth is here. >> we type all the time here. do you even recognize your own handwriting. >> i would recognize my own handwriting like isn't there some backup, i i couldn't read my own writing, somebody say this is the wrong airport? what does air traffic control do? >> we are not supposed to be in kansas. oh, kentucky. >> the runway was way too short. >> they couldn't take off, yeah. >> crazy stuff. talk about crazy stuff, it's getting really really really cold out there. temperatures feel like solidly like the middle of january for almost everybody. cold air from storm coming in from parts of the west. cold air first came in also a storm across the west. take a look at your current temperature. minus 15, minus 2 in fargo. cold air solidly in place moving off towards the east eventually. not that cold it will moderate a little bit.
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scatter ited showers across parts of the east. nothing that's a big deal today. lake-effect snow will begin to fly. kind of the first lake-effect snowe event we have seen so far. this weekend is going to be quite snow in lake effect prone places. texas, icing across the last couple days, texas, new mexico and in towards parts of oklahoma. get ready, there is more on the way. this is the upper level disturbance brought rain to arizona. you generally don't see main. it doesn't go anywhere. big snow across new mexico and snow across the texas panhandle. amarillo 3 to a inches of snow and that becomes a storm for the east coast on wednesday. >> nice? >> no, not nice. wednesday. >> perfect for thanksgiving travel. >> exactly. we will talk more about that. >> thanks, rick. coming up here, terrifying moments on board a packed plane. watch this guy. >> on these plane -- if you take me off, i will blot
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[bleep] up. >> wasn't allowed to use electronics. we will find out what set this guy off. we told you how the white house is changing the date to roll obamacare. is this an attempt to save up for re-election? congressman louie gohmert is here next. stay tuned. hey wayn quick question...
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>> welcome back. senate democrats go nuclear overturning a decade's old rule that allows filibusters. republicans say that's just a distraction. >> this is not a very proud day in the history of the senate in order to distract attention away from obamacare.
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the senate has just broken the rules in order to change the rules. >> not the so according to democrats like chuck schumer. >> mitch mcconnell says we have tried to change the subject? i beg to differ? three quarters of his speech is dedicated to obamacare. we are not changing the subject today. he is. >> and now we have learned the administration is pushing enrollment deadlines for obamacare past the midterm elections. are they doing everything to get your mind off obamacare and save themselves in the mid terms? upcoming texas congressman louie gohmert is here to sort it out. thanks for joining us. >> great to be here. >> for years the senate has required not just a simple majority but simple majority in order to stop a filibuster. >> cloture, yes. >> that sounds like a technical rule but, actually, it makes a big difference. this new change will make it very easy to get obama's judges through? >> if they had done away with the requirement for cloture, there would have
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been a lot more republican appointees that got through. so, just when you thought they couldn't get any more hypocritical. there could be no more lies than what have been said about obamacare, these guys forget there is video of them saying over and over you can't do away with cloture. you can't change this. it's too important. it's been around too lock. it's what gives us collegial ity in the senate. one of those things as infuriating as it is so they can replace somebody that should have been a replacement for john roberts for heaven's sake that bush appointed replacement. they wouldn't let him come. >> so short-sighted. this gives the majority in the senate a lot more power is the bottom line. republicans could take the senate in less than a year from now. >> obamacare could be a big reason. it is so devastating to just rank and file americans. i think this is one of those things that could be -- they meant it for evil and god
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meant it for good. it could well be next year, if we are not so stupid that we hurt the country by not taking the majority, then this may open the door for us really doing a lot of good to fix things that have been destroyed, powers that have been you surend by the congress that we can return to the states and people under the 10th amendment. there can be a lot of good come from this next year all because the democrats tried to blow the place up. >> so we are now learning that the second enrollment period, 2014 enrollment period for obamacare is being delayed until after the midterm election. >> jeez. >> nothing political about this. >> yeah, right. but they know. this is something that's been written about for the next couple of weeks. who, look at the millions of policies. tucker not just the 5 million or so policies that have been cancelled that doesn't represent just one person per policy. normally there are families that are associated that could be a lot more than
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5 million. and then when articles started being written about next year, wait a minute, that's when there is going to be even more millions of policies cancelled because a lot of insurance companies are saying, hey, renew now so at least you can keep your insurance until next fall. and then democrats realized holly cow there are holy cow a million now, more in the next couple months. next year beaucoup be 50 million. who knows how many it could be enough to swing the election. >> very quickly we are hearing this morning at least one new york based healthcare company is reducing fees for doctors down to, for example, 20 bucks to read a mammogram. >> that's what happens when you cut dramatically the amount of money that you are reimbursing healthcare officials, and the reason obamacare has to cut those reimbursements and it cut 700 billion out of medicare,
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too, is because you have got to pay all the irs agents. you have got to pay all the navigators. all of these bureaucrats, all of these technocrats abusive irs agents. they have to be paid. new irs employees over a billion dollars that won't go for mammograms and pap smears and the things that will really help people. instead it will go to irs agents. >> there is a cost to healthcare yourself as you are pointing out. >> exactly. >> thank you, congressman. great to talk to you this morning. >> thank you. you are very articulate at 6:20 eastern time. i'm impressed louie gohmert. >> the school district not allows students to say the pledge of allegiance because they claim it takes too much time. major update on that story. and they have had it for 17 years. thanks to government regulation, a family is being forced to tear up their vegetable garden or pay a hefty fine. they are fighting back. they join us next with their story.
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an effort to stop the outbreak from spreading any further. anna? >> clayton, thank you so much. next guests have not produce for 17 years. they grow it vegetable garden outside their home. they have been forced to uproot all of it after newly enforced law makes vegetable gardens illegal. good morning to you. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. >> you have had this thing for 17 years it doesn't look like eyesore to me. apparently someone came forward and complained about it what did you hear from code enforcement? >> well, i was approached and told that i was not allowed to plant vegetables in the front yard. i mentioned to them that all i received so far was compliments from the nature and mentioned that someone had made a complaint. i don't know how accurate that is. >> well, i wanted to make sure that everybody here is
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from the community. they had to say: the village code for decades has permitted vegetable gardens in our residents' backyard. for aesthetics vegetables are not permitted in the front yard. my favorite part of this, tom, vegetables are specifically banned but garden hose and plastic flamingos are just fine. how does this make you feel when you have worked so hard at this for 17 years? >> well, when they first came up with the response from city hall. we think a couple people from city hall made a wrong decision. do we run or fight. >> we decided to fight. it's been great support from the community overwhelming how come positive vibes they sent our way. >> her mena i understand this week the two of you
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sued for $1. not trying to get any money out of this. what is your hope for this, essentially? >> we want the freedom to grow healthy vegetable in our home. the law doesn't take into consideration of the orientation of a backyard whether it provides adequate sunshine to grow vegetables. we so happen to have the best sunshine on the south side, the front yard, that is where vegetables would thrive. >> well, i understand you are going to be fined $50 a day if you don't do something about it or $1,500 a month. but how is your life changing in the here and now if you are having to go to the grocery store and buy these expensive organic fraughts and vegetables? >> that's the point. we have to go out to the supermarket and spend a lot of money growing something that we could easily grow in our front yard. and there is really no guarantee as to whether or
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not what we are getting is totally organic. the only way you can guarantee the food is organic is to grow it yourself. and the first line. >> clearly fuive doing this for 17 years you enjoy doing it too. that's part the government is stepping on your toes. thank you for your time today. let us know how it goes. okay? >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> have a great day. 28 minutes after the hour. have you used this one before? my alarm didn't go off. it turns out a lot of us are full of excuses for being late to work. which one is used the most often? we are breaking down the top ones. we want you to share yours as well. email us and tweet us. then, the army wants you to be all that you can be, as long as it's not too pretty. the comments during a controversy and the big shakeup in leadership.
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>> fans of the show perform here live. >> is that true? >> they are great friends. really great people. >> what's the song they
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sing? hard to say what it is. don't want me to sing. >> that, too. >> sorry. >> yank of the name. >> biggest song. >> please email us. you want to hear an upsetting story, shocking story? an 8 a-year-old korean war american citizen went to visit north korea recently. for reasons still not clear he has been taken into custody and held in prison by the north korean authorities where he remains. united states government has done as far as we can tell nothing publicly to get him out. 8 a-year-old american languishing in prison in north korea. >> we have no political relationship with north korea. right now according to the u.s. state department, they are having to go through swedden to get it north korea. maybe we need to send in bill clinton again. that seems to be the response when a u.s. citizen is detained there send in bill clinton. somebody from yesterday's state department had this to say about it. listen. >> without a written waiver of a u.s. citizen's privacy,
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we cannot comment or confirm details of specific cases involving u.s. citizens. that's the policy. i can confirm that our swedish protecting power has been informed by north korea of the detention of the u.s. citizen. we are working in close coordination with representatives of the embassy of sweden to resolve this issue. >> you know, this is the most outrageous thing i think i have heard this week. we are working with the protecting powers. if sweden is ever your protecting power you are in trouble, okay? second, we know there is a u.s. citizen, an 85-year-old man being held for no good reason why the dictatorship of north korea. we shouldn't be issuing statements. we should be threatening them with force. we are going to cut off your food aid. we are going to bomb you. you must release our citizen immediately. he is he an american. >> theodore roosevelt style. >> exactly. when an american morocco release him or we are
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sending gun boats now and they did. >> diplomacy going on with dr. afridi. you are familiar with the free dr. afridi campaign that we have been talking about for some time. he is the doctor who helped pinpoint usama bin laden's compound. you would think that the president would want to do a little bits more about this besides the overhaul of other healthcare system. see how that is going. the biggest thing that the president claims for his presidency is the killing of usama bin laden and many credit this man with helping to find usama bin laden. >> if you want people around the world to help the united states, to respect the united states, to leave american citizens alone, if you want to keep this country safe. tangle with us and you pay. not a long-term strategy convert people to democracy. it's simple. fool with us, fool with any american citizen and we are going to hurt you, period. >> 85-year-old man find this disheartening. he suffers from a heart condition. hes did not have enough medication for his trip. he was only supposed to be in north korea for 10 days.
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so we don't know the status of his health right now. and his family is obviously worried about his condition. they can't get any information out of north korea. >> what's the point of being an american citizen in your own government won't protect you or stand up for you when the north koreans grab you. you are 85 years old. this is really disspirited. headlines? >> let's get right to those. terrifying moments on board a packed airplane. >> this plane. if you take me off, i will blow this [bleep] plane up. >> recorded a passenger on a spirit airlines flight. he started screaming the moment the flight took off from fort lauderdale. when landing in atlanta, police removed the disruptive passengers and took him to a psychiatric hospital. >> maybe is he suffering from some type of mental illness we are not aware of. our policy though in situations like this we do take them to the grady hospital. >> the plane was checked and no bomb was found. the man may still face criminal charges. we do have update now on a
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story we have been following on "fox & friends." high schoolers in south dakota may now make time for the pledge of allegiance after all local veterans petitioned the school board in sioux falls to require students to say the pledge of allegiance every day. the report only approves the pledge for elementary and middle school students saying it would be too hard to implement in high school. the school board president spoke with megyn kelly last night and says the response from the community has been overwhelming. >> we went out with a survey this past week to our parents and guardians, and it was overwhelming that 70% of them actually wanted the policy revised to have kids have the chance to say the pledge of allegiance at the high school level. >> there you go. the school board will vote on monday to put the pledge back into high school. a will beer who held up a dunkin' donuts in florida had had a tough time trying to get away. surveillance video showing a man attempting to flee the
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scene on bicycle. falling pants tried to pick up his bike and his pants fell down again. he eventually dragged his bike away with the cash from the holdup. the suspect hasn't been found. apparently he wishes he had a belt i would imagine. >> my director just said that looks like me running away. >> thank you. >> that doesn't look like you. >> i look like peewee her man on a bike. let -- >> i hate to tell you you look like peewee herman also when you are not on a bike. [ laughter ] >> or woody from toy story. >> that's it also. >> there is a snake in my boot. >> wow. there you go. it's cold out there. and this right here you see this is the artic air. this is the current wind chills. wind chills parts of northern canada. fargo. that cold air has invaded
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the northern plains. also made it down across much of texas. wind chills across dallas right now 27 degrees. 37 as far as south as brownsville. a lot of freezing rain the last couple days across western parts of oklahoma and texas. that's going to continue and turn into snow over the next couple of days as this upper level disturbance moves off to the east. certainly it's across the higher elf investigations of arizona. getting very heavy across much of new mexico and west texas through the much of the day tomorrow and start of the day on-month-old. the snowfall totals maybe 3 to a inches across amarillo and foot higher elevations. tuesday into wednesday we watch this same storm linger somewhere across parts of the northeast and get ready because it's going to be wednesday. it looks like a really messy travel day across a lot of the northeast and a very cold thanksgiving and windy thanksgiving during the parade. >> you are going to be out there. >> i am. >> if it's windy remember that one year when they had
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you holding that balloon and started to float away. >> if the windy bring the really low about 3 feet above the carriers not as exciting. >> it's snowing out, that's why i'm late i couldn't be here. new story out about the number one things that we use for excuses out there. the number one thing we blame is that there was really bad traffic. so, we often use these excuses and these are -- i don't know if people are lying when they are using these there was really bad traffic but it's the number one excuse. >> there is always bad traffic, right? >> you you get away with it with the technology we have we could actually check on that, right? be actually no. i was just looking at maps here and looks like the traffic was clear sailing. why were you late? i don't know. >> if there is bad traffic, then you should probably leave 5 or 10 minutes earlier. how about this? my alarm didn't go off or i got lost on the way.
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my train was delayed. my car wouldn't start. these are so lame. >> wouldn't you rather them just say you know what? time got away from me and i'm sorry. >> they are totally lacking in creativity. how about something interesting like i was attacked by -- i was punched out in the knockout game or a brilliant light surrounded my car and when i woke up i had unexplained puncture wounds. >> two hours missing from my life. >> i feel your nose growing if did you d. that. >> people would believe that if i said alien abducted me. they would buy that one. have you ever used one of these excuses? come on, be honest. >> of course. >> i had employeeee once who came to me said i wasn't in yesterday because i had this -- young person, diagnosed with appalling medical disorder which i will not name on the air because this person will recognize it. it was so unlikely it was not true. it was so impressive that he made that up that i put a little check to his name thinking this is creative
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guy. >> gold star. who cares if he is lying to me. >> what is the best excuse you have ever given for being late? let us know. facebook question of the day. ff weekend. remember, we have a separate facebook page than the weekday guys. check it out there. >> the army wants you to be be all that you can be as long as it's not pretty. the comment stirring up controversy. the big shakeup in leadership. wee will explain what this is about. >> before do you your turkey day food shopping don't skimp on the stuffing. save vs. splurge coming up. customer erin swenson ordered shoes from us online
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hour. quick headlines for you. told you about lynette an hart. she is the one who wrote that email suggesting photos of attractive women should be avoided in promotional materials. well, she has now stepped down from her duties involving a gender study. another officer was also suspended for forwarding the email to other public affairs officers. katie couric could be leaving abc to work at yahoo full time. the hollywood reporter saying couric is in talks to host a new interview show for the web site. abc and yahoo have had a news sharing partnership since 2011 approached some other journalists recently as well. anna? tucker? >> being. well, thanksgiving dinner may be the year's most highly anticipated meal. that doesn't mean you have to break the bank on its festive food. >> food director at real simple magazine sara cope palestinian is here with real simple tips on what's okay to save some cash on and what is worth digging deep for. sarah, thanks for joining us this morning. first of all, this looks
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incredibly delicious. you have assured us all it's actually edible. >> of course. >> you want to save money on thanksgiving. it's expensive. >> it's expensive. >> where can you skimp? >> the thing is, it's really about family time and it's a great meal. but you don't have to go crazy. for example, you know, the ecologist in me would say order heritage free turkey. if you treat it right and tons of fresh herbs a grocery store bird can work perfectly. make sure whether it's fresh or frozen fully defrosted. >> is there quite a price difference. >> go with the good old tags it fashioned. >> can you save on that too. >>' splurge on the stuffing. whether you use a premade bag of crew tons or make your own beautiful cubed bread, what you really want to do is splurge on the mushrooms. all these beautiful herbs and mushrooms: regular grocery store and bring your
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stuffing to the special place. >> mix it in with stove top the mushrooms are where it's at. >> i want my stuffing to be a special place. >> people feel like stuffing something thanksgiving. >> of course,st of course it's thanksgiving. >> mashed potatoes you can splurge on that. >> spudz are cheap. organic milk and little bit of cream and of course great butter. don't skip on the but ther. >> no margarine. >> no margarine. don't go there. >> one day we can splurge calorie wise, too. >> exactly. >> sweet potatoes are a great place. economical, beautiful, real simple in our november issue this beautiful roasted sweet potato. little cheese on top. and, of course, adds a lot of color and vitamins to whole meal. >> there is not one person watching skimp on pumpkin pie, why would you? >> here is the thing if you go to it a local bakery cost a lot of money and wait in
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line. save on making it yourself and all butter crust is absolute crust. great recipe all butter crust. make it yourself. don't break down a pumpkin. no need to do it it pumpkin pie mix or plain canned pumpkin is fool proof. it works great. we have maple sweetening in this. do not skimp on the whipped cream. save leftover cream from mashed toe at a time toes. >> real whipped cream. >> leftover pie makes a great breakfast the next morning. i'm telling you. >> sarah, thank you so much. >> another place you can can save you say is the wine. maybe one expensive bottle after everybody has had one glass. >> thank you so much. >> that's right. >> well, it's the incredible penguin adventure. lives and habits by spying on them. can you guess where the cameras were hidden? >> he wanted to pick up his kids from school.
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instead, one father ended up in handcuffs all because the school said he didn't follow the rules. did the schools cross the line? arthur and jonah debate it coming up next. (coffee be♪ng poured into a cup.)
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>> listen to this story. a dad goes to pick up his kids at school and instead he got arrested. video of his confrontation with authorities going viral. watch this. >> school is out. my children are beginning to meet. when school is out.
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>> >> please excuse me. >> give you your child. >> state law says within a reasonable amount of time 15 minutes. >> okay, no problem. >> arrested. at issue, the school's new pickup policy that requires parents to wait in a line. now parents complain jim howl there the policy landing him in handcuffs. here ho is right. here is arthur aidala and jonah spilbore. nice to see both of you this morning. >> good morning. >> at issue here, he says. this i'm quoting jim howl the father. he says you don't need a president to go get your children he told school officials. how you can disagree with that? >> okay. i'm going it tell you how. we live in a different world. since last december we live in a different world regarding safety of our children and we give our children to administrators to maintain their safety all day long. when school is out, it depends -- look, i have to pick up my son from school all the time.
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there is two lines. there is the kids who are going on the bus and there is the parents. one line goes out before the other. you cannot cause disruption. i don't think handcuffs should have been slapped on this guy. the school has the right to enforce safe and calm. >> there was nothing unsafe about what this father was doing. you walk into a busy restaurant. you might expect to be told come back in a half an hour. you go to pick up your child when school is out. there is a father signing him off. the father says we don't have to give you your kid right now. can you blame that father? and then to arrest him for what? he didn't even raise his voice. didn't raise his voice. >> do the same thing at home. go start a fight when we are not disagreeing. we are agreeing that he should not have been locked up. however, the school has a right to say this is when the children are going to be released unless the kid has a doctor's appointment under exso he jent. >> you are at the desk, sign
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your son out. why should you be told take a number. >> the deputies say this guy, jim howe has been antagonizing the deputies there since the policy has changed. the policy is such that if you come in the car the time for picking your kid up is different than if you are walking a kid home. >> they need a system, clayton. you may not agree with the system but they need a system as they said when i pick up my son there is the kids going on the bus. they go after the parents who were there waiting to pick up their kids. that's the system. other parents say just because my kid is taking the bus he is being discriminated against and is he getting out three and a half minutes late. >> final word? >> there was nothing unsafe about what this father was done. >> you broke the rules. he should not have been arrested but he did brake the rules. >> break the bad rules. >> when he is the superintendent he can make the rules. >> order in the court. >> yes. >> jonah and arthur great to see you this morning. >> need some of that wine. >> we have expresso coming
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but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what? good morning. it is saturday, the 23rd of november, 2013. time anna kooiman. terrifying moments on board a packed airplane. well, we are going to show you some video of that the story behind what set off this guy in this outburst coming up. >> and the video is unbelievable. well, another obama promise broken. brand new evidence suggest that the white house knew a lot about how badly obamacare was going to fail. what they didn't tell you. we have got the details ahead. >> and it is national expresso day. it's one of my favorite times of the year. here with the brand new
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exprotests so he machines. they are outside o. we are going to be giving away expresso on 48th and avenue. "fox & friends" begins right now. drink up. >> hi, this is joe piscopo, you are watching the number one morning show on fox news. "fox & friends," i love these guys. >> good morning, joe. >> it's 7:00 a.m. on the east coast. yeah, national expresso day? i'm really excited about it. >> boys competing. >> we will have expresso drinking contest. who can do more shots of expresso? >> getting it all warmed up. the beans are ready to go out there. send us your pictures this morning tag them on ff weekend twitter, facebook, all over the place and email them at friends at foxandfriends.com. >> obamacare debacle has been postponed by the obama in administration. the enrollment period this year 2013 has been extended a couple weeks and next year 2014, it's been extended a
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full month. this will come as a huge surprise to you, it's been extended until after the midterm election, the one that democrats are worried about getting clobbered in because of obamacare. >> let me put the cynical hat on. wait a second, it makes sense because it's a month later we had all the web site problems. you see there glitch girl. the photo there on glitch girl on the web. all the problems on the web site. already been pushed back a month. this is simply just another month delay next year. that's why. >> a year from now. they're planning on a year from now putting it after the midterm election. this after a month of democrats in the house and the senate saying stop, you are killing us here. they are very upset with the white house because they are going to lose their jobs a lot of them. >> the wheels are starting to fall off of this. if you ask representative louie gohmert, congressman from texas, he says, you know what? this is all hypocrisy. take a listen. >> just when you thought they couldn't get any more hypocritical, there could be no more lies than what have been said about obamacare here, these guys forget
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there is video of them saying over and over you can't do away with cloture. you can't change this. it's too important. it's been around too long. it's what gives us collegiality in the senate. now their own record is destroying it you know, it cob one of those things as infuriating as it is, just so they can replace somebody that should have been a replacement for john roberts for heaven's sake. >> so here are the extension delays. let's take a look at this. 8 days extra now from december 15th. kicks in on january 1st. one month delay as tucker mentioned until next november 15th. and the opening enrollment of the insurance beginning in 2015. by the way jay carney at the podium saying this is because we wanted to help insurance companies sort things out. well, when you ask the insurance companies, insurance company executives have now gone on the record about this now month extension they say wait a second. our rates are set in a what does that mean for our
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rates? do we need to move that time line now to march or to may? we don't know yet. it's not really helpful. >> they have no clue. policies being made up on the fly. what's not being made up on the fly. what is absolutely the product of a lot of aforethought is the timing of this. look, they have delayed the implementation of obamacare itself until after the election campaign. a new poll shows if voters had known if they would not be able to keep their healthcare plans that the president had promised. if they had known obama cass lying when he said that and we know he was. he would not have won. obama would have lost so many female voters he would not have been reelected president. these lies and this timing is purely political. and it was effective. >> and it's essentially going to keep voters in the dark before they head to the voting booth. so, is that something that is really fair either? and then you think about this obamacare fix that we have been talking about for quite some time now. and the idea that you would be able to keep your plan and you would be able to keep your doctor. there is an article in the "wall street journal" out
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that basically says that these insurance companies are not going to be paying some of the practices as much money because they are not going to be able to afford to. so then what's going it happen to these doctors? they may decide to drop from these insurance plans so the myth that you are going to be able to keep your doctor seems to be just that myth. >> wisconsin's governor -- wisconsin's governor scott walker had this to say about the latest on keeping your plan plan. listen. >> it's a problem all across the country. the reason is, as usual, they didn't actually check. they ran out and they made that announcement. many of us wondered if they came up with it that morning. didn't check with the insurance commissioners in my state or across the country. now companies as well as the people charged with across the states scrambling in most cases that's not even possible. that's, again, an indication this was politically driven and not policy driven and that's a failure for the american people. >> it sure is not only has the president's promise from several years you can keep your plan been shown to be false, his other promise you
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can keep your doctor is under question now. some healthcare companies are lowering reimbursements for such a low rate that many of these may quit these health plans in new york state, for example, doctors are now being given $20 to read a mammogram. 20 bucks. >> here is a bit of a flashback because if you are not familiar with the the president saying this on the campaign trail or even back in 2009, just after he was elected, here is a reminder of that and then listening to jay carney yesterday at the podium try to walk this back. listen. >> if you have got health insurance, you like your doctor, you like your plan, you can keep your doctor, you can keep your plan. americans f. americans like their doctor, they will keep their doctor. and if you like your insurance plan, you will keep it. >> doctors and insurers make the decisions about who is in networks. that was true before the aca and true after the aca because the aca builds on the existing private insurance system. it's been the case for decades that insurance companies make decisions about the doctors and
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provider networks and under the healthcare law that continues. >> they are making these decisions because of the affordable care act? >> that's right. they make rash decisions. if they are hit with new does and they are they have to make up costs and stiffing doctors. >> how many american born doctor also be practicing in the united states 20 years from now? not many. especially when they know the rates they are being paid out on rates like the mammograms plummeting. >> 20 bucks, would you be happy if your wife's mammogram was being read by a physician making 20 bucks? no, you wouldn't. >> more coming up later in the show. first headlines. >> let's get to those. four men arrested in connection with a knockout attack in brooklyn. we have been telling you about the horrifying new trend where teenagers punch complete strangers in the street. this time attackers were not strangers. investigators say men ranging from age from 28 to 38 punched a 24-year-old man
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in the face and took off. a nearby officer was able to catch up to them. >> brand new details this morning emerging about the d.c. navy yard shooter. we are now learning that weeks before the 12 people were gunned down the shooter's security clearances were pulled. u.s. officials say the company that employed aaron alexis withdrew his clearance for two days in august after telling rhode island police officers he was hearing voices. and without an explanation, the company restored the clearance and didn't tell the navy about the incident. alexis was shot and killed by police following the september 16th shooting spree. just four days after k stabbed by his very own son, virginia senator creigh deeds is released from the hospital. the senator tweeting friday saying: i am alive so must live. some wounds won't heal. police say senator deeds' 24-year-old son also known as gus, shot and killed himself after stabbing his father multiple times.
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>> >> white house throwing another hail mary pass trying to mitigate the damage from obamacare. this time the administration is delaying the enrollment period from october 15th to november 15th of next year that, of course, is after the midterm elections. is this going it help the democrats? will it be enough to save them? here to weigh in fox news contributor and writer for the american conservative magazine the great jim pinkerton and fox news contributor and bureau chief for talk radio news service ellen rattner. welcome to you both. >> thank you. >> so, jim, is this enough? voters mad about obamacare, will they be a year from now? >> i think they will probably be worse. if you look at the kaiser foundation poll that's a center left think tank here this n. town. 33% approve and 49% disapprove. that's today.
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a year from now who knows? for example on the front page of the "new york post" a giant article about back story of cgi. one of the main contractors on the obamacare web site and the post details it -- just before the rollout on october 1st. 41 of the 91 metrics that they were using weren't working. 41 out of 91. of course, in addition to that. another contractor cnsi as relate to the daley caller is under fbi investigation. i think a year from now as the morality details of cgi, cnsi and all the other 30 or 40 crony capitalist contractors working on this thing, i think obamacare is going to look even worse no matter how much the administration chooses to delay it. >> that's a great point. the people building the web site told the white house it's not going to work but no one would tell the dear leader himself. no one would tell obama because they were afraid to. the more relearn the worse it gets, no? >> you can say that. listen, there have been a lot of glitches about this. no question about that there were a lot of glitches with the iraq war which is under
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the republicans. let's also face it. americans want healthcare. and this -- once the problems are fixed right now is going to be performing very well, i think. and what have the where is their plan? >> interesting you brought up the iraq war which i think most republicans concede now has hurt them in a bunch of different elections. jim, do you think it makes americans cynical, this constant changing of the penalty deadlines clearly for political reasons? >> right. i think that ellen is on to something. grandiose overreach whether it's the iraq war or obamacare is a mistake. that's just a challenge that washington, which is full of arrogant people who think they know everything are also confronted with. and i think a little humility here in terms of how to reorganize the world or reorganize american healthcare is needed. i think that, look, the basic reality, the people want health insurance and health itself is certainly valid. i think the value will be for the republicans to come
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)/#e&1ñzlaçsf5[o i think 2014 will go very well for the republicans just based on pure anti-obamacare backlash. 2016 is a different story. >> very different story. ellen, quickly, do you think the obama administration has learned anything about the limits of government power from. this both when hillary clinton tried to do it and the obama administration has done -- has learned something but has the republicans learned that they have to give the american people something and have a plan? that's the other question. >> jim, ellen, thanks very much. >> i was going to say, hillary in 2016, very promising. >> going to be an awesome election. thanks for coming on this early. thanks, guys. >> thank you. what's football without a tailgate, right? just, in your party may be banned from super bowl 48. wait until you hear why tailgating now for boating. incredible penguin adventure. remarkable look at their lives and habits captured by
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>> but look closer, and you will see this is one tough bird. to prove it, we are spying on them.
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and they will never guess where we hid our cameras. >> inside some penguins. where did they hide those cameras. next guests between penguins waddle all the way. new special airs on discovery channel tonight at 9 p.m. eastern. you brought along some of your friends. i'm joined by john and philip. nice to see you guys. how did you come up with this idea to hide cameras inside of penguins. >> we have been making spy films with animals. with penguins we wanted to get inside the clone. we had a brainstorm and thought this time we are going to make the cameras be the animals themselves and it worked. a treat. >> you shot how many hours of footage. >> thousands. it was huge amounts of material because every penguin there was about 50 devices in all had a camera and they were recording all the time. >> then had you to go back to the editing room? >> yeah. took hours and hours. and you find incredible moment of behavior from there were things that you
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didn't even know that you saw that were captured that got to the editing room. >> 40% of the film we didn't know we were getting it. so the pep begins were writing the story. >> why use these hidden cameras? we have seen other cameras march of the penguins get cameras up in their faces. hidden camera bring whole new level of intimacy that you reveal their habits and things that we might not actually see. >> very useful camera device was the egg cam. deployed that into the colony. egg roll right into the economy. records all day and captured the chic's eye view. >> we were getting shots because some of them would take the egg, our egg into their pouch. so you were getting a chic's eye view captured by the egg cam. >> predator grabbed your eggs it looked so real. >> we got the best aerial view we could imagine of the colony shot by a flying predator that took the egg away. >> let's take a look some
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other video. this is a penguin attacking another penguin because they think it's so real? >> what happened is. >> ripped it's head off? >> one of the penguins of the colony started taking a fancy his mate had been away for six months and came back to the colony found him canoodling with our penguin cam and that was the outcome. >> over here you have this penguin that we looked at that just had its head ripped off. >> this is is the bad boy that got into a bit of trouble. he basically stands up on his own. and this is very useful because in the colony and on the cliff, there is a lot of penguins and our cameras get knocked over all the time. to have a camera that gets up automatically wee wonderful we can keep filming. >> antarctica and falklands. the emperor penguin. this could lay an egg on the set. egg pops out of the middle of it.
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>> normally on the ice. long way. we won't go that far. >> here we he go. >> uh-oh. it could be egg bound. >> if you insert your hand carefully, you might be -- that's the view. and, you know, these are amazing. they are weighted so they are always looking. >> here is the egg cam. it does work it tops right now and we get the footage from that egg. >> this guy over here has been eyeing me up the whole show this guy has cameras in his eyeball. >> most of them have got cameras in their eyes. and this little guy down here just moves along the ice? would this be one on the ice. >> these are the penguins. antarctica and what it was able to do was go right inside the colony. and in the huddle, they huddle together, the six huddle together to keep warm. he becomes one of the chicks in the huddle. >> the special airs tonight on "discovery" channel
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9 p.m. eastern. i'm going to make sure the kids are watching. this is going to be fascinating. penguins waddle all the way tonight on the "discovery" channel. thanks, guys. can i talk one of these home? come here, buddy. >> clayton is making off with them. waddle all the way. how cute. looks so real. does religion make us better workers. employers keep it in the office. plus, it's national expresso day. we are serving up a hot cup of coffee to get your day started. who makes the best brew this morning? tucker, rick, and clayton are battling it out next. farmer: hello, i'm an idaho potato farmer.
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their work place. comes down to acceptance and treated more fairly because of it. >> important to mention too it's not mr. proselytizing. not pushing any belief on you it's a safe environment for you to practice your faith. the idea is that they become more connected with their innerselves at work the same they would at home. >> that's great. a place you can go and be quiet and pray or meditate or something. they have that at the san francisco airport. have you ever been out at the sfo, there is a meditation room. meditation and yoga room, of course it would be at san francisco. i went in there. i have like an hour i will sit and be quiet because everything is loud. i sit there and then there was a drill. they started drilling on a floor above me with a jack hammer like right above my head. very peaceful. >> airports are a place where many people get in touch with spirituality. there is nothing like turbulence get new touch with god. >> despite all the propaganda about religious
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people being crazy. the truth is the most decent people i know, the people least likely to mug me are religious people, actually. >> 20 seconds to count yourself down. you know, count backwards or something. it may do the same thing but if you are connecting to a high you are power and whatever your religion may be may ground you that coworker may have put the not going to mug you. >> i remember this when rom my was running for president. it's scary. religious. this religion is weird. really? i have never been mugged by a religious person. ever. i'm serious. >> how many times have you been mugged. >> three times. by gnostics and atheists: i'm just kidding. religious period by and
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large there is some obnoxious obviously exceptions to this rule are very sweet decent people i think. >> there could be muggings happening later on today. out on the plaza making some expresso in a few minutes here we will compete. join us outside in a few minutes. >> looking forward to that need to get more saturday morning headlines. more troubling news for the hero pakistani doctor who helped the cia to pinpoint whereabouts of usama bin laden. well he now has been charged with murder. the dubious charge against shaquille afridi involves him trying to save a little boy stricken with aappendicitis six years ago according to his attorney. comes as pressure to already in prison for conspiring against the state. his sentence was overturned in august and a retrial ordered. 120-foot tree crashes down on top of a california home, leaving it unrecognizable. the massive tree was uprooted during a recent
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storm. it smashed through sarah johns' home while she was taking her kids to school. >> the tree landed on my daughter's bed. >> you heard boom like a bomb going off. and it shook our house. and i knew. >> and the family's cat, it was the only one home at the time when the tree came crashing down it came out of rubble hours later without a scratch. no tailgating at the super what? organizers consider banning the football tradition at metlife stadium in february over space concerns. parking lot capacity will be drastically cut for the big game to make room for security checkpoints and tv trucks. that means ticket holders will be limited to one space per vehicle so no rvs with extra tables. but will fans at least be allowed to bring in a cooler or a grill? organizers say those details are still being worked out. going to be cold. homeless man being rewarded
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for a wallet he returned while digging through a homeless man. the wallet belonged to a woman who was staying at the hotel in atlanta. the hotel officials began searching for the man and eventually found him. >> i look at something like that as an opportunity to do the right thing. >> how nice, the hotel has given him a room throughout thanksgiving, as well as $5,000. good things come to god people doing good things. right? all right. rick is outside. you have got the weather. how is it looking right now? >> chilly out here right now, get ready it is going to be bitterly cold against all of the northeast tomorrow. the cold air is on its way. take a look at the weather maps. northern plains where the coldest air. it is minus 15 your actual air temperature in mine not, north dakota. minus 4 in aberdeen. only 15 in omaha. it's windy. minus 31 is what it feels like in mine minot it.
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freezing rain and sleet occurring across west texas and oklahoma. that's been going on for the past 24 hours. roads are very very slick there. be careful. arizona is getting incredible amounts of rain this time of year. three inches of rain snow tonight moves in across parts of new mexico and in towards texas. so, get ready for snow in texas, guys. it's cold. clayton and tucker, chilly right now. >> warm you up? you want some coffee? >> tomorrow about 15 degrees colder. the cold is on its way. >> need coffee. national expresso day. comes with a shot caffeine. today is national expresso day. about to get a crash course in creating a perfect cappuccino this morning. >> certified barista and director of education at cafe in seattle joins us here. >> nice so see you, welcome.
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>> i think i already broke your machine. >> i think it's tougher than that, tucker. >> i'm going to show you guys how easy it is to make really amazing expresso at home. i'm going to show you guys that it is totally easy. i run a barista for 10 years so i will show what you i'm doing. never made expresso before? >> i'm going to show you how to do it very easy. >> so can we have layla show us first? is that the deal? >> walk us through it. >> we each have our own machines here. >> you each have your own machine. first grab the filter. pull it over to the left. we will put expresso in it. put coffee in it. >> you need it ground really fine for expresso, right? >> yeah. >> we got fresh roasted coffee. fresh ground coffee to make a really good coffee, about one scoop. now you are going to tamp it. back end of that scoop. give it a tamp: >> you have got a lot of coffee in there. >> layla, when you are tamping, you need a lot.
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>> lock it in and pull it really tight. >> look at that. >> once you got it in there. >> perfection. is this perfection? that's beautiful. >> beautiful tamping. >> now go ahead and put your milk into your indistant frosting mechanism. >> start from the left. >> so going to heat and foam your milk for you which is amazing. that's good. that's good. that's beautiful. >> did i put it in right? >> you just have a lot of coffee in there is the problem but we are going to make it work. go ahead and lock that in there right there other way. beautiful. i see someone over there frothing his own milk. look at him, is he a champion. we are going to lock this in here. >> i can't get my thing? >> i'm going to show you how to do it. >> push that middle button right there. push it and this is going to make it for you. >> and that's literally all i do. >> that's all you do. >> you already had a crash course. he was out here by the way. >> go ahead and pour it into here? >> how much. >> about halfway.
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>> how much are these machines? >> these machines are about 599. you can go to shop. >> dollars? >> $599. we are actually -- wow, look at you. you are a master over here. you can go to shop -- actually doing a contest. you just -- latte. look at that beautiful. >> cheated. >> nothing is happening with my machine, anna. >> do you want, this an anna? >> absolutely. >> lock it, press a button. >> bring it back to you while these guys figure it out. >> good work, guys. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up on "fox & friends" weekend. a story all parents must hear. legal and deadly drug being sold to your children at the local convenience store. our heather nauert saw this all firsthand and she joins us next. and then do you want to land the dream job? well, there is a certain color that may get you hired. and we know what it is.
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never wear it says the color makes job candidates seem unprofessional. anna? >> that would be power red. every parent's nightmare deadly drugs like molly and spice. highly dangerous and addictive and growing in popularity among america's youth. our heather nauert goes inside the troubling trend tonight on a brand new fox files accompanying cops on drug raids. >> with the background secure, the detectives now find drug paraphernalia and packets of spice behind the front counter. >> this is all spice. >> this is all considered spice or k 2. all synthetic marijuana. >> they are trying to market it to kids. >> this was under the counter. they used to sell it prominently displayed. >> substance [inaudible] >> and our heather nauert is here to tell us more about it this raid you went on was just outside --
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>> -- outside of tampa, florida. we went into believe it or not a mobile gas station. exxon mobil. there were illegal drugs being sold under the counter by store clerks. this is happening all across the country at mom and pop' convenience stores, also truck stops. and this stuff is illegal. it is deadly, it is dangerous. >> and a mom and dad may not see that this something that's illegal. i saw scooby doo on the packaging. >> this stuff looks like pokey monday cards, basic cards. baseball cards it's innocuous. if you see it in your child's pack back throw it away, call the police. >> marijuana. >> sounds more innocent synthetic marijuana. there is no marijuana in it whatsoever. they will take tea leaves and they spray these deadly chemicals on it. the people who make this stuff will find researched chemicals, buy these things from overseas, mix it up, spray it on this synthetic
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marijuana spice, scooby snacks, whatever they call it because it's marketed under a lot of different names, people smoke it and it becomes deadly. people can die as a result. >> they are illegal, both at the local and federal level, but they are changing the chemicals to get around the law? >> for the most part. this is illegal at the federal level and at the state level. in florida where we went is at the forefront of this. the attorney general there pam bondi has made this one of her personal causes to go after this drug because it is so dangerous and deadly. keep tinkering with the chemical compound. try to skirt the law that way. bottom line is, the feds are on to this stuff. folks at the state level are as well. parents need to know it's deadly and dangerous. >> what should they do if they find out their kids have it? >> absolutely call police immediately. while we were at this mobile gas station this raid was taking place, a family came up, they intended to confront the store clerk who
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was illegally selling this to their child. when they got there, they found the police were shutting it down, that there was a raid. >> they were happy about that. >> yeah. >> catch her tonight on fox files, debuts tonight at 10:00 eastern and sunday night at 9:00 right here at the present time fox news channel. you can also read more about it on fox news.com. heather, thanks, looking forward to watching that. >> coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, terrifying moments on board a packed airplane. >> [bleep] on the plane. if he takes me off. i will blow the [bleep] plane off. >> what ticked this guy off? frightening story is next. a vacuum that sweeps and mops at the same time. one invention on the list of the most awesome new gadgets of the year. we have got them.
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well, color changing clothing, pocket size breathizers, a foldable wheel? these are wacky products. they are real, very cool and this year they made popular science's best of what's new list. there they are. and dave mosier is here with five amazing innovations on the list. good morning. >> thanks for having me. >> all the hunters out there the first thing you have is camouflage that will change color. >> that's right. this is cabella camouflage clothing. when you are in cold weather more drab and brown looking warmer weather it will start popping out green colors. it's color changing in the field kind of camouflage that's starting at $25 for a shirt going up. >> that camouflage is so
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good i can't even seeing it. you are pointing to something. >> something is here. >> portable breathalyzer what is a cool idea? >> this is really fun. this breathalyzer pairs with a smart phone. what you do is you -- once you pair it via blue tooth, you can blow into it and it will give you a reading of your blood alcohol content. >> can other people hack into it to see how drunk you are? >> you can share your results anonymously. i will blow right now and show you my result. >> did you go outside last night? be honest, we are about to find out. >> we are going to find out. you can share your results anonymously with people on the internet. and can you see who the happening part of town. i'm blowing a zero. good for my employment. >> induces people to drink: what's that? >> this is really deceptive it looks like a tiny little screwdriver but you can change it really rapidly. flat heads. >> har, har, har, tim
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taylor. >> fits in drawer. >> that's a great gift for the holidays. okay. how about this? a collapsible wheel here chair wheel. >> this is one of my favorite things. this chair collapses and opens up very rapidly it's a standard height, too. so you can put it in the backseat or in the trunk of a car or even overhead compartment. how do the prices on this compare to a regular wheel? >> this is $950 for a pair. they are standard size wheels and this s. allows you to pair it with almost any wheelchair. >> that is amazing. now, this is a vacuum cleaner. and it's light. clayton came over and was sort of oggling it. >> why are you shaking then? >> so what is this? >> this is a dyson hard dc 65, it's about five pounds
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and it has 104,000 rpm of rotation suction power. so it can suck up crumbs and dirt while you mop the floor with a swiffer type pad. >> all at the same time. this is a little creepy what we have gotten here on the floor here. >> you can see the results. >> quickly empty that canister. >> not just emptying it but can you see it. so you feel like. >> i'm doing better things. >> satisfying quality to it. >> what's the cost on this? >> this is $330. >> how powerful is it? >> very powerful. there is a big ion battery here. take it out wherever you need to go. no cord required. >> if somebody spilled entire tin of chewing tobacco on your floor can you clean it up. >> yes. >> are there others you didn't bring this but are some of your favorites. >> yeah can i tell you about a giant satellite in the catalog a billion stars in the milky way. these are other types of
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things in the issue. >> it will catalog them for you so you don't have to. >> yeah. so a billion stars in the micky way galaxy going to tell us about the evolution ever the mickey way where we came from, where we are going. very cool stuff. >> dave mosier thank you so much. >> popular science magazine. that has gotten me through many delayed flights. great magazine. >> thank you. >> college students calling out the president after the university just dropped their health insurance. you will hear from one of them at the top of the hour. >> a marine drives 17 hours straight just to surprise mom. >> chris -- oh my god! [sobbing] >> flowers, too. their emotional reunion is coming up next. ♪ ♪ twins. i didn't see them cing. i need a new investment pn.
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nice to see you on "fox & friends" weekend. i'm anna kooiman. terrifying moments on board a packed airplane. >> if you take me off, i will blot [bleep] plane up. >> the story behind what set that guy off. >> the new evidence that if you like your doctor, it doesn't matter, you will be able to keep him. why did the president make this promise? >> if you have got health insurance and you like your doctor and you like your plan, you can keep your doctor, you can keep your plan. >> did they know it was untrue when he said it? we will tell you coming up. >> and from pretending our alarm clocks didn't go off to blaming traffic jams, did you know that nearly half of us tell lies about being late? what's the most popular excuse? we will tell you. we have got the answer straight ahead. "fox & friends" hour three. can you believe it? the third hour? it's all that coffee. it begins right now. >> you are watching "fox &
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friends." i apologize for it. >> speaking of national expresso day, your cup is gone. nobody brought me -- i need a refill. >> you are adding x to that word. >> excuse me expresso. >> >> do i need to say garlic? >> what's the name. do you ever watch the cooking show on the food network that's what i do when i get done with this show. the white house has announced extensions. it turns out you are going to have for the first deadline to sign up for obamacare, an extra week. and next year, 2014, you are going to have an extra month. the deadline to sign up for
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obamacare next year has been delayed until, brace yourself, after the midterm election. the same midterm election democrats are worried about getting hammered in when people find out how much obamacare really costs. >> the cynic in probably many of you out there saying that they were delaying it because of the election. hold on, hold on o, hold on. press secretary jay carney says it has nothing to do with that he says it's so the insurance companies can sort things out. take a listen. >> the fact is we are doing this because it makes sense for insurers to have a clear sense of gain in the market this year before setting rates for next year. and because of the problems in the implementation of the web site on healthcare.gov that we have experienced that has slowed enrollment in the early stages here. we expect that the -- what was already going to be a back load of process is going to be more back loaded. that would then leave insurers with a lot of data to try to sort through. >> so, okay, let's pars that.
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it's not because of the midterm election, tucker. not because of the 2014 election. it's because they want to do right by the insurance companies. >> that's totally false. >> let the consumers sort through everything and have some more time. that's how this is being pushed on us. >> let's dive into that. insurance companies if you listen to them this morning, they are not happy about. this they are left out in the cold. they are thrown for another loop. they don't know if their april 15th deadline is going to have to be moved. they set their rates in april of the year. they don't do it in the fall of the year. they don't have answers from the white house as to whether or not they are going to have to move that deadline. >> what do they care? not about improving the quality of their healthcare making life easier for you much less your insurance companies. it's about elections. they delayed implementations we wouldn't discover the law until are a votes had been passed. new poll shows if the president had known he was lying claim like your healthcare you can keep it. wouldn't voted for him. romney would have won. >> never been a majority of americans who have wanted
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obamacare in the first place. also out this morning in the "wall street journal" there is a new report that's basically saying it's not just a lie that if you like your plan you can keep it but if you like your doctor you can keep it as well. because insurance companies, possibly may be not paying the doctors as much, and so then these doctors are wondering if they will be able to keep their doors open and be able to stay on the plan. so, you know, we -- carney was asked about this yesterday. he was pressed about this and he is essentially trying to explain away why president obama said this in 2009. >> if you've got health insurance and you like your doctor and you like your plan. you can keep your doctor, you can keep your plan. >> if americans like their doctor, they will keep their doctor. if you like your insurance plan, you will keep it. >> doctors and insurers make decisions about who is in networks. that was true before the aca and it's true after the aca because the aca builds on
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th that insurance companies make decisions about the doctors and provider networks under the healthcare law that continues. >> it's all free. free candy. turns out the free candy program isn't real. when a politician comes out, in this case obama and says you are going to get more healthcare and cover things you never even thought of, it's all going to be free now. it's not free. it costs more money. guess who is paying for it you and physicians. healthcare companies are cutting back on the amount of money they give to doctors to provide healthcare. for example, new york state doctors are now going to be getting 20 bucks to read a mammogram. would you be happy your wife getting why not get somebody at jiffy lube to read it. >> canal street get a free watch. can you read a mammogram while i'm down here. get knock off clothing. >> how many mammograms will they have to bed me. it will be what we are seeing in canada. >> who is going to want to practice medicine and work in a job that's so low --
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has such low regard you are getting 20 bucks per mammogram a country that doesn't pay $20 to read a mammogram. >> go to foxnews.com and weigh in on that. read more of those later in the show. >> other stories making headlines. terrifying moments on board a packed airplane. >> bomb on your [bleep] plane. if you take me off, i will blow the [bleep] plane up. >> imagine being on that plane. fellow passenger recorded that man's freakout on a spirit airlines flight. he started screaming the moment the flight took off from fort lauderdale, florida. when landing in atlanta, the removed the descrakive passenger and took him to psychiatric hospital. the plane was checked and they say the man may still face criminal charges. zumba instructor busted for prostitution ring and making sex videos from unexpected clients in jail today.
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she served just six months of 10 month sentence after pleading guilty to prostitution and other charges. the scandal rocked the small town of kenne bunk maine. latest case meningitis outbreak in a month. working to vaccinate all students in an effort to stop the outbreak from spreading. the university health center is reporting a 10% increase in visits in the past few weeks. >> a returning u.s. marine drives 17 hours straight to his mother's house to surprise her. >> -- oh my god. >> oh, the mom says that her son spent the past 8 months deployed in afghanistan. apparently got right off the bus in california and hit
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the road up to oregon. >> well from, oregon down to miami. let's head down there. have you ever seen those gardens in the front yard? usually nicely cultivated, well done, well, don't try to grow a gashed in your front yard if you live in miami, florida. that's what happened to her mean rickets and tom carroll. they had been growing a market 17 years. cale to lettuce. organic. they provided all the food they needed for their family. didn't have to spend the money at the grocery store. the city ordinance says you can't do it anymore. >> somebody complained about it being an eyesore and recently it has become a problem even though it hasn't been for the last 17 years. well, their lifestyle has completely had to change because how are they going to get their organic produce? well, now they are paying for it. take a listen to what they have to say. >> i was approached and told that i was not allowed to plant vegetable in the front yard and i mentioned to them
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that all i received so far was compliments from the neighbors. >> when they first came up with a response from the city hall, we think that there were just a couple people in city hall made a wrong decision and our first thought was it do we move or do we fight? and so our conversation turned to the fight. we have had a lot of great support from the community. >> when you are a kid you get the impression when i become an adult i will be able to make my own decisions, it turns out we are all in this together. the decisions you make about your front lawn, whether you brush your teeth, how much exercise you get. all someone else's business. >> you know he what is allowed in this community though the flamingos and garden gnomes but no organic vegetables there they say the village code for decades has permitted vegetable gardens in backyards. vegetable gardens are not permissible in the front yard. on tuesday they sued for $1
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because they don't want any money out of this. they want to keep growing their vegetable. >> nice when people sue for $1. good for me. >> because my neighbors grow a vegetable garden because your yard is a mess. >> excuses for being late for work. what is yours you use most offense? email us or tweet us on twitter. >> lose health insurance. >> you haven't done anything, obama. i'm disappointed for you. >> what are you going to do for health insurance now. >> not get sick. >> i guess i have to put in overtime at work. >> hear from students who say obamacare is doing a lot more harm than good. stay tuned. you're givi away pie? would you like apple or cherry? cherry.
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haven't done anything, obama, i'm disappointed in you. >> what are you going to do for health insurance now. >> not get sick. >> i guess i have to put in overtime at work. >> people are lucky to be made at the pace. >> i am disappointed because what it was behind up to be, solve a lot of problems and help a lot of people, and it's not. >> well, students at university in maryland not too happy with the president's healthcare alan. obamacare has forced the school to drop student health coverage. not the only school. schools across the country are feeling the obama care burn. eugene craig is a student at buie state university. he is my guest this morning. he wrote an interesting opinion piece called how obamacare is hurting bowling green students. >> welcome to the show. >> thank you i'm glad to be
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on. >> do you know other students personally what their experience has been likes a this shift has occurred? >> yes, absolutely. i actually have a couple friends that were pretty reliant on a school plan as a backup measure. actually the only insurance they carried. and there is actually one gentleman who actually recently had to take a trip to the er for an illness, and now is he trying to figure out how he is going to have that covered. >> unbelievable. take a look at your screen here. here is some of the rates right now. it seems like these rates were shifting, eugene. preobamacare, $108 per semester now $1,800 per semester. and how did students find out about this? did they get an email? >> well, the university sent the email out on august 8th? among the students you are
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talking to what's been their response? what other alternatives do they have to be able to make and raise this kind of money? the university has been pretty split. students that have been effected by it that have a negative viewpoint on it a segment of the university that is actually very pro-obamacare. very pro-president. and they don't see a problem with it. >> they don't see a problem with it do you think there is a political move behind this change? >> absolutely. only alternative is the exchanges. outside of the plan american association for college students. the university university as a whole pushing the exchanges very hard. >> eugene craig on top of the story there at buie state university. can you read his opinion piece how obamacare is hurting your students there. we appreciate you joining us this morning. thanks for bringing this to us. >> thank you.
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>> coming up on the show. a story we have been following closely on "fox & friends." a school district not letting students say the pledge of alegion jabs because -- allegiance because they say it takes too much time. next generation of journalists. meet the graduates of the apprentice program next on "fox & friends." there are seniors who have left hundreds of dollars of savgs on the table by not choosing the rit medicare d plan. no one could hav left this much money here. whoo-hoo-hoo! yet many seniors whoompare medicare d plans realize they can save hundreds of dollars. cvs/pharmacy wants to help you save on medicare expenses. talk to your cvs prmacist, ll, or go to cvs.com/compare to get your free, personalized pl comparison today. call, go online, or visit your local store today.
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>> some quick headlines for you. taxpayers now on the hook for $139 million because of, yet, another failed green energy company.
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fisker automotive the name of the company given 529-million-dollar federal loan guarantee to produce a luxury hybrid car. that company not surprisingly has since failed. reports are it will be sold for about $25 million. and a brand new study reveals that more than one in 10 children have been diagnosed with hypertension. treated with drugs or therapy. diagnoses have within on the rise since 1977. some say the diagnosis is widely overdiagnosed. anna? >> thank you so much. here on fox news channel we have a unique mentorship program unlike any other. the ailes a princess program created by own chairman and ceo mr. roger ailes to promote did i diversity. our very own maria molina hosted the ceremony and joins us about the inspiring
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event and the program. good morning. >> good morning good to see you anna. the ailes of princess graduation is a graduation. one time take a moment to celebrate our future. and that's not something we take for granted around here. the ailes of princess program provides a life changing opportunity to four individuals every year who learn the business from the ground up with a mentor by their side. this year's graduation was especially inspiring because the theme was about breaking barriers. >> would have you ever thought, looking 10 years ago, that this is where you would be? >> no, definitely not. just from the struggles of coming from a single parent household. the oldest of three. you are seeing the hard work my mom put into it. i try to take the determination and hard working and selflessness that she had and bring that to my career. >> be the first of anything. i didn't run for that. i ran to represent people. i have never thought of
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myself as anything else other than an american. >> former governor of virginia douglass wilder was the event keynote speaker and set the inspirational tone for this year's graduation. >> i lived so close to the church in richmond where patrick henry made his speech six blocks away where i was born, give me liberty or give me death. i asked my mother thomas jefferson's speech created equal she sesame? she says yes, that means you. when a boy's mother tells him that you can't forget it no one could ever tell me differently. >> then why one by one, the graduates accepted their awards and reflected on a remarkable year. >> one where they -- one word came to my mind is fear. to me it comes to taking risk. once you achieve something you were once fearful of, the award is even greater. that's what you find you are made of.
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that's what this program gave me. the first time i met mr. ailes i was nervous and excited and i wanted to hide. i remember he said one thing to me. if you are not the first person that your boss thinks of when you need something done, then you have to ask your yfl, why aren't you? that means that you need to be the best you can be at all times and if not, you need to be working on heading in that direction. >> i just want to start off by thanking our ceo roger ailes for his inspirational leadership and tireless commitment to the program. thank you so much for everything. >> and to mr. ailes, thank you, i can't thank you enough for giving us the resources, the tools and this platform to elevate our careers to the next height. thank you. >> then roy who was the only african-american working on madison avenue in the 1950s, talks about the upside of adversity, motivated him to be his very best. >> i would not let the world define who i was or ohio would become.
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in fact, in most cases, the barriers were a gift to my ultimate success. roger ailes is doing a magnificent job in turning what, unfortunately, is the american d.n.a. of profiling what a black person can do, given the opportunity anyone can do great things. >> and then the chairman and ceo roger ailes spoke revealing why he started the program a decade ago. >> i had this idea ten years ago because i saw many young minority people in our intern programs and so on but we couldn't find them. i said where did those kids go? they were good. he said they don't have access to it us. i said well, then, we are going to create the access. because i have absolute confidence that once they are in here, they will perform.
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>> so walk through history. what inspiring event, maria. >> it was really special to be part of. yesterday those four amazing graduates stopped by "fox & friends." we got to hear more about their experiences in the program. take a look. >> would you have ever thought, looking 10 years ago, that this is where you would be? >> no, definitely not just from the struggles of coming from single household oldest of three. hard work my mom put into it i try to take the determination and hard working and selflessness that she had and bring that to my career every day. >> all of you have made so many sacrifices to be here today and joanna, had you actually a very tough commute here. every single morning for your internship. tell us a little bit about that. >> so i had an internship on "fox & friends" a year ago. i'm from d.c. i had something lined up where i could stay at someone's house and it fell through. i didn't want to start
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something and finish it, so i decided to commute on the mega bus every day four hours to new york and four hours back to d.c. it was tough. i was tired. but i wanted to do it because i really liked fox and i wanted to work here. >> excellent. sarah, i know you were working through fear, right? >> i did. >> you couldn't tell through your speech. you did? >> for me this program was a lot about overcoming fear and gaining confidence to be able to speak in front of a room full of people or be on camera and present to mr. ailes at a luncheon. so once you start doing those types of things, you realize everyone is human and we all have fears that we had to overcome. >> you can all jump in on this. where do you see yourself because of this program five to 10 years from now. >> i want to still be here at fox. working with a great team in the field operations department. we are going out and getting the stories. getting the material. and i'm at my dream job already. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> hopefully the senior vice
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president of development or something along those lines that's my goal. >> very good goal. what about you, joanna. >> hopefully become executive producer of one of fox news' programs in the next 10 years. work myself from ap, becomer. producer and hopefully executive producer. >> great future there sarah. >> well, one great thing through this program is we got to try out so many different things. right now i work in the new media department. for me it's about combining on air and the web and seeing where that goes and how that's going to be the future. >> and they really are the future. a really great group of young professionals and they have some big careers ahead of them. congratulations to the graduating class. >> i had had an opportunity to work with stephan hernandez out in the field. he has learned to be audio tech. look forward other co-workers we have. they get a job. that's great. >> they get a job. that's the most important or great outcome of the program. >> definitely big shoes to fill for the next class. next year the ailes
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apprentice program will be entering its 10th year incredible achievement. to learn more about the program or to see some the amazing work that our apprentices have put together. visit our web site. go to foxnews.com slash ailes apprentice. up next on "fox & friends" weekend. a massive plane lands on the wrong runway. now we know why. the pilot didn't know east from west. we'll explain. plus, don't just eat your cranberry sauce, put it in your drink. perfect thanksgiving day cocktails with a twist. customer erin swenson ordered shoes from us online but they didn't fit. customer's not happy, i'm not happy. sales go down, i'm not happy. merch comes back, i'm not happy. use ups. they make returns easy. unhappy customer becomes happy customer. then, repeat customer.
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a group of scientist announced this week within 10 years they will be able to make a whole human heart using a 3-d printer. make a heart from a printer. the bad news the toner coverages are not covered by obama care. that's the only problem. >> $30. >> transplants. >> are they hair transplants. >> every interest group has something in there. >> we have got some head lips for you on this saturday morning. thank you so much for waking up with this. >> here they are. how do you mistakenly land a massive airplane at the wrong airport. turns outs the pilot who
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landed landed this 747 dream lifter on this runway that was way too small for it couldn't read his own handwriting for some reason. revealing that detail about the pilot. he also could be heard trying to figure out east from west. this confusion left the plane stranded at a small kansas airport for some 16 hours. and we have an update to a story we have been following on "fox & friends." high schools in sioux falls, south dakota. may make time for the pledge of allegiance after all. local veterans if you remember petitioned the school board there to require the students to say pledge of allegiance every day. they only approved for elementary and middle school students saying too hard to implement in high school. the school board president spoke with our megyn kelly last night and said the response from the community has been overwhelming. >> we went out with a survey this past week to our parents and guardians. and it was overwhelming that 70% of them actually wanted the policy revised to have kids have the chance to say
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the pledge of allegiance at the high school level. >> so the school board will vote on monday to put the pledge back into high school. found in the land down under. a south carolina child missing for 20 years is alive and safe in australia. her mother, dorothy barnett is awaiting extradition and facing international kidnapping charge in the united states. federal authorities say barnett did not have custody of her then 10 month old daughter when she left the united states in 1994. details on how they were tracked down have not yet been released. barnett faces more than 20 years in prison if convicted. here is one for you. do you ever fib if you are running late to work, for example? it turns out half of us try to lie our way out of lateness every day. some of the top lies people tell includes blaming traffic. alarms not going off or a car ♪ starting. we asked you to share some of your best late excuse stories.
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dave from kentucky says the best excuse he ever heard is i'm fishing on the ohio river. my boat motor won't start and i'm drifting towards cincinnati. best excuse goat ate my keys. they will eat anything, right? >> rick, what are your excuses? >> never late. it's never happened. >> i have seen you rush n sweatpants before. >> you are lucky i'm not wearing sweatpants right now. i might be. you never know. here are your temps as you are waking up. really chill out there. feels like winter across northern plains temps right around below zero. feels like much colder than that let me know how you are handling rick reichmuth. texas icing for the last couple of days got another day and a half of this storm across areas of texas. that's because the upper level disturbance, all the
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energy of this is across parts of arizona right now. phoenix has over two and a half inches of rain in the last day and a half. only get about 7 inches in a year. had that in the last couple of days. this storm pulls out farther over the east in the next two days very slowly. see some pretty significant snowfall totals this morning places in drought. looking at wednesday travel maybe little bit of get ready possibly big storm across parts of the northeast. it is thanksgiving time. it is cold. it feels like winter and we can be more thankful for thanksgiving this year. turkey day cocktails that makes me thankful right. >> of course. cocktail guru. he is here to mix it up for us. jonathan, you have a cocktail that the pilgrims themselves would have had? >> perhaps. i'm not sure about that but
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i call this the pilgrims temple. this is a cranberry sauce based cocktail. homemade cranberry sauce that i put in my mixing glass. >> why homemade? >> too gelatinios. >> pilgrims would have been rum drinkers. >> they would have had permanented fermented. >> how do you know that? >> because -- >> i have maple syrup and orange juice in here too. i will strain it out into my cocktail glass. >> i likeñ2g]m everything you e doing with this drink. >> thank you that's a fresh cranberry.
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>> this is terrific bourbon to have on the rocks or as a cocktail. a little bit of ice and i have infused this for about a week with turkey bacon. >> that sounds disgusting. >> turkey bacon in the bourbon. >> did somebody say bacon? [ laughter ] >> somebody said turkey. jewish italian thanks givica. >> italy's number one selling sambuka. man o man. >> manischewitz. >> thanksgiving and hanukkah. >> this is not your college bar. >> no. >> i have proseco. i'm pairing this with a milk chocolate to havey and sea salt chocolate. certified, available at whole foods. >> you have got a mock tail? >> i do. >> to be somebody who
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doesn't want the booze. >> i do. i was inspired by expresso earlier. cocktail sauce. ginger beer. fresh orange juice, and there you go, the kiddies can enjoy. >> shirley temple? >> it does look like it. it's fresh. it's fresh tasting not artificial. >> shirley temple is my drink of choice. >> i'm more confused than when this started. >> i think cocktails, i think of, i don't know, grain alcohol and kool-aid. >> all of these recipes are on our web site foxandfriends.com. >> i bet you had the death college bar in your dorm room. >> i did not drink underage. >> that's the spirit. the hero doctor that helped us get bin laden. he has been locked away in a pakistani prison ever since. now he has been slapped with a murder charge. is it a calculated move by the pakistani government? what are we doing about it? coming up. >> you have seen this picture? two puppy brothers touching
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one another after rescued in the streets. the story has a happy ending. we will share that with you next. farmer: hello, i'm an idaho potato farmer. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what? is a really big deal.u with aches, fever and chills- there's no such thing as a little flu. so why treat it like it's a little cold?
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>> thank you so much for spending your "fox & friends" weekend. stories on the top of our web site for your health. do you want to keep your memory? stay fit. a new study from the national institute on aging, says physical fitness may be tied to slower memory decline. participants who are more fit made 25% fewer errors on a test of memory and concentration. could blue lights replace a daily cup of coffee? researchers from mid sweden university say the lights could be more effective than caffeine at keeping you alert. in the study, people exposed
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to blue light performed better than caffeine users at distraction tests. tucker, over to you. >> why, thank you, anna. a new set backs this morning for the hero doctor, the one who has been locked up in pakistan since he helped the united states nab usama bin laden. dr. shaquille afridi is now being hit with a murder charge. it stems from a surgery death six years ago. is this legitimate or is it yet another calculated move by the cpac establish government to punish a u.s. ally? joining me now is dr. robert laura l and carol: you have been part of the reason he is still in the news. thank you for that tell us of this new charge. on the face of it it seems absurd. charged for a murder that occurred when he was a doctor. >> clearly nothing more than a sham on the part of the pack assistance to continue their efforts to humiliate and embarrass the united states as bad partners and
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in order to extort continued amounts of dollars in addition to the $1.5 billion we already send them for being bad partners. >> that's a little bit confusing i think probably to most viewers. certainly to me, too. the u.s. subsidizes the pakistani government to the tune of 1.5 billion us a just said. that's not including probably some other military aid on the side why aren't we using that as leverage to get dr. afridi free, do you know? >> i don't. i met with shareef and his nsa chief and some of his other officials out of the government several weeks ago out of washington, d.c. in that meeting agenda smiled. get an extra $300 million for an energy project. and i thought that there was some amount of sincerity when the subject of dr. afreedy, which was the
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purpose of my meeting, actually came up. but, what apparently was hopping is it was smiles and winks and good behavior in order it to manipulate the united states to try to get support for another $300 million for the pakistani agenda so they could go home and leverage dr. afridi as a hostage in order to hold the u.s. government hostage. >> it's a little confusing considering that the white house has gotten so much mileage and some of it legitimate i would say for killing usama bin laden. i mean, he has been front and center of the president's political message and yet, one of the people who helped us achieve that goal that worthy goal in prison. why aren't they in the forefront of trying to get afridi out? >> this is obama's big claim to frame we have spoken to the real life cia operative who were there. we know that without guys
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like afreedy, they don't get information. security to our country. to find out where the bad guys are, where the terrorists are. we have to depend on guys like afreedy, foreign partners to get this information. by leaving by abandoning him, what happens next time we need to find out where a terrorist is? do you think they will work with the u.s. if we are just going to it leave them behind to be tortured and imprisoned? >> exactly. >> i think it's heinous. >> i want to make clearly clear to our viewers that you aren't getting paid to do this. you have real jobs and real lives. you are doing this because you think it's it the right thing. i appreciate it for whatever that is worth. thanks for coming on this morning. this is a real story of brotherly love. they were -- put this up on -- oh, there they're, two puppies abandoned on the street. one is blind. his brother never left his
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side. now they have a new family. one really one of the great stories next. anna is already meeting them. stay tuned. (coffee be♪ng poured into a cup.) save your coffee from the artificial stuff. switch to truvia. great tasting, zero-calorie sweetness from the stevia leaf. on the table by not choosing the rit medicare d plan. no one could hav left this much money here. whoo-hoo-hoo! yet many seniors whoompare medicare d plans realize they can save hundreds of dollars. cvs/pharmacy wants to help you save on medicare expenses. talk to your cvs prmacist, ll, or go to cvs.com/compare
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this is a true story of brotherly love. they were abandoned on the streets but stayed by each other's sides. one of these adorable puppies is blind and his brother has become his guide dog. the shelter that saved them posted the picture of them hugging. this photo went viral. they received hundreds of adoption requests, but finally picked the perfect family. joining us doggy drawers jeffrey
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and jermaine and their new parents. good morning, everybody. we've got a full couch this morning. >> claudia, why don't you tell me how the doggies came to operation ava. >> they were found wandering on the streets of west philly, abandoned. they were emaciated, starving and had puppy mange and respiratory issues. they were cuddled like you saw in the picture. we couldn't let them stay at animal control. we brought them to operation ava. >> a no-kill shelter. >> in philadelphia. it was founded by us. we love pets. soon as we saw them, we said they have to stay together. >> veronica, you have to be so honored you were picked of these hundreds of requests. how did you find out about them? >> a girlfriend of mine just
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adopted from operation ava and sent me the link and post. i did what everybody did. that is the cutest thing i had ever seen. i sent it to jonathan and said, can we, please? >> adopting one is a feat in itself but adopting two can be tough. when you see these two together, you understand why they have to go hand in hand and come as a pair. >> absolutely. the first day i met them, could you obviously see how close they were. how much they needed to be together. >> tell us how they do check in on each other and jeffrey and jermaine take care of each other. >> they follow each other around. the stranger the environment, the closer they are. they give each other a nuzzle and run around like regular dogs. would you never know this one had any issues. >> you can see his left eye here. >> is a little bit cloudy. >> claudia, you think he is
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blind out of one eye and the other sees shadows? >> shadows and movement. that's helpful and how he is able to see his brother moving around and guide him. >> how do they help each other? >> they teach. they are constantly teaching. >> just like this. >> they are cansly checking in with each other. jermaine will nudge jeffrey in the right direction. jeffrey's always got his head close to jermaine. when playing with the dog treats or antlers, jermaine will guide him and pull him. hey, don't go over there, come over here. it's really sweet. >> they love the treats just a little bit. >> we are giving them upset tummies, like visiting the grandparents' house getting all the treats. i imagine there are other stories, maybe not two brothers that one is a seeing eye dog. >> there are so many dogs in need getting euthanized every day.
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what i think jermaine and jeffrey have done, they exposed the world to the plight of the homeless animals that get abandoned on the street. and how much love and loyalty they have. people, i recommend you visit your shelter. go volunteer. we've got plenty of dogs at operation ava if you want to come find one. >> the website? >> www.operationava.org. >> i am just melting. everybody at home is, too. the other thing they are lab/pit bulls. everybody can see how loveable pit bulls can be. coming up -- does religion make us better workers? new study pushing employers to keep it inside the office. a principal caught monkeying around literally. the story behind this site at the top of the hour.
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nice to see you here at "fox and friends weekend." it's saturday 23, 2013. terrifying moments onboard a packed airplane. >> the story behind what set that guy off. a korean war hero pulled from his plane in north korea being held behind bars by the north korean regime. what's the white house doing about it? we'll tell you. the army wants you to be all you can be, long as it's not a hot, pretty lady. apparently some women are too
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hot to pack heat to go on the front lines. "fox and friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ >> oh, legend. ricky scaggs performing live. you know what's amazing about this guy? >> tell me. >> i don't want to cut him off, you kidding me? >> he was playing the commercial break a minute ago. the entire studio was captivated. >> i tweeted that out on my facebook page. a little behind the scenes. you started playing when you were 5 years old? he played on stage at 6 years old with bill munro, legend bill
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munro, unbelievable. >> stay tuned. >> first, an update on the unfolding debacle that is obama care. the website decided to delay enrollment before the end of this year, delaying it to december 23rd. more than that, they are delaying next year's enrollment period. the white house promising this has nothing to do with politics or the stores of terrified democrats worried that obama care is going to lose them their seats. >> no. this can't be politics. this is all about the insurance companies. they want to get their paperwork in order so that they can offer you the best possible plans and coverage. it's all about the insurance companies is what secretary jay carney said the other day. >> all about consumers being able to explore their options more. not so is the case, according to senator tim scott. he says this is no coincidence at all.
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>> this is obvious sticker shock equals voter rebellion. they are making sure voters do not realize what happened during the first year was insufficient premiums, insufficient funding for obama care, which means premiums the second year will skyrocket. to avoid the sticker shock before the election and voter rebellion before the election, you move that to after november. >> if voter had known they would not have been able to keep the health care they liked or doctors they liked, if they had known the president's promise was a lie, they wouldn't have voted him for the first place, romney would be president. >> the idea you can keep your plan. we heard that right before the election. if you like your plan, keep your plan. if you like your doctor, keep your doctor. according to the "wall street journal" this morning, that may not be the case any more. as they are having to cut the amount of money that's paid out to these doctors.
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can you imagine on these plans, these doctors who are now being paid $20 to look at a mammogram, to screen a mammogram, $20? i spoke to a pediatrician who said just to be involved in the child rearing process of a baby, how many babies you have to deliver to cover your costs for the year. you get through the calendar year before you actually start making any money as a doctor. why get into the business? >> you have to hold the baby in then. it's going to be a long line. >> why even get into the business? >> why spend ten years paying $50,000 if you get $12 to read a mammogram? the one part of this conversation that never gets brought up, health care outcomes. we want a system that cures people of diseases, that keeps them healthy. that's not even part of the conversation. it's about cutting costs. in the end, someone is going to pay for all these goodies. administration claims it's free candy. no. there is a bill due and the bill is being paid by doctors and you
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if you need to see one. >> quality of care, something we are all concerned about. imagine that will be something we will talk about in the future. we have other headlines to get to. terrifying moments onboard a packed airplane. >> a fellow passenger recorded that man's freakout on a spirit airlines flight. he started screaming the moment the flight took off from ft. lauderdale, florida. in atlanta, police removed the disruptive passenger and took him to a psychiatric hospital. the plane was checked and no bomb was found. police say the man may still face criminal charges. brand with new details about the d.c. navy yard shooter. we are now learning that just weeks before 12 people were gunned down, the shooter security clearances were pulled. the company that employed aaron alexis withdrew his clearance in august after telling rhode island police he was hearing
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voices. without an explanation, the company pulled the clearance and didn't tell the navy about the incident. a south carolina child missing 20 years is alive and safe in australia. her mother is waiting extradition and facing an international kidnapping charge in the u.s. federal authorities say barnett did not have custody of her then 10-month-old daughter when she left the united states in 1994. details how they were down have not been released. barnett faces more than 20 years in prison if convicted. an arizona principal has got monkeying around to get kids reading. he challenged his literary students to read for 390,000 minutes in just two weeks. if they did, he put on a monkey suit and sit in a tree all day. the students ended up reading more, more than 450,000 minutes.
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>> i am happy i lost the bet. if me sitting in a tree fosters a life-long love of reading, i'll do it again. >> this isn't the first time i pulled off a crazy stunt to get the kids motivated. he even shaved his head into a mohawk to get the kids excited. wouldn't it be great if all educators got that into their job? >> and the kids love it. let's check in with rick. looks ominous for thanksgiving travel. >> it looks ominous for all people long. are you ready for it to be cold? >> no. >> like brisk? >> it was 60 yesterday and 30 now. >> define your definition of brisk. >> high 50s? >> how about low 30s? >> how about balmy. >> it will be nowhere near balmy. big football game tomorrow in
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boston. temps in the upper 20s. it will be bitterly cold. wind chill very cold across parts of texas, only into the 20s and 30s. all these temperatures are around 20 to 30 degrees below where they would be this time of year. they changed in texas by 50 degrees the last couple of days. there's been this rain constantly across east texas and this constant light freezing rain across west texas and oklahoma. that will continue for about another 24 hours. an incredible heavy rain across parts of arizona. that could be snow tomorrow in towards the day on monday. rain across the southeast could be severe weather. rain for a lot of people on tuesday. wednesday, the east coast, big travel day, is looking messy, at least windy and messy and a cold thanksgiving across much of the northeast with the big parade. >> busiest travel day of the year. interesting study about the way we interact with those who practice religion in the office.
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if you are a religious person and you're able to practice it in the office, maybe having a space dedicated to religion or time to pray or meditate, that you're going to do better at your job. you're going to be better liked, have a better relationship with your other employees there. the list goes on and on. >> impact of accommodating religion in the work place is this employees are more engaged in their work. they feel safer in the work place and they feel like they are treated more fairly. the results of this survey, will this have more places, work places in the united states having a room designated for this. >> doesn't surprise me at all. faithful employees tend to be more faithful employees. that's been my experience. it goes against what you hear about religious people who are hated by a small segment of our elites, if you noticed. if they acknowledge god there are limits on government power which is inconvenient for the
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left. the fact a religious person is crazy,s fanatics, out to hurt you. they never mugged me. >> i was a pizza delivery boy. so i was mugged three times. religious people are the most decent people i know. >> at san francisco international airport, there is a room dedicated to meditation, prayer and yoga if that guy we saw, that weirdo on the plane yelling, if he maybe had like a meditation room where he could have calmed down before his fight, got in touch with himself, maybe he wouldn't be on television looking like a moron. >> maybe thorzine might have helped. ten minutes after the hour. green war hero pulled from his plane. instead he wound up in a north korean jail. where is the white house on this? a newscaster busted checking
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85-year-old korean war veteran merrill newman was about to head home when he was yanked off a plane by north korean soldiers october 26th. since then family and friends have not received any information on his whereabouts. he is detained. what does his detention predict
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about what is before youing in north korean. gordon, thanks for joining us. he's 85 years old, korean war veteran. clearly not a cia operative. why would they do this? >> i think they did it because they thought they could get away with it. bad things happen when your adversary doesn't respect you. we can speculate about motive, maybe they wanted to up the pressure on kenneth bayh who was detained last november. maybe a bargaining chip for new talks. who knows? we also know they don't respect us and thought they could actually take this guy and not suffer any consequences. >> asked about this the state department spokesman said basically, the swedes are dealing with it. doesn't that incite more aggression against americans when we are seen as impotent in a case like this? >> merrill newman is the seventh
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person detained since 2009. this is becoming a pattern. detaining americans for whatever reason. we need to stop it. we haven't been making them pay. we haven't been banning their goods. we haven't been cutting them off from the global financial system. we haven't put them back on the state department list of state-sponsored terrorisms. we haven't been interdicting their shipping with chemical weapons. they need to understand there is a cost grabbing an american. >> we can debate how to slow their nuclear program or relationship with china or south korea, but taking american citizens, especially elderly ones doing no harm, that's got to be a red line, no? >> it's not just this administration, it was the last one, as well. the north careers feel the united states is big and powerful, but they are weak because they have no will to defend their own people. this is what happens.
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it's the seventh person since 2009. >> we are weak if we don't respond to this. if you can't protect an 85-year-old citizen from the north koreans, what is the point of having a country? >> absolutely. this has been a problem. we tried a number of different ways to bring back americans. we sent president carter and president clinton. they brought back people. apparently what the north koreans took from that was you can always get a high-profile american to come over if we just kidnap an american. exactly. >> gordon chang, thank you for that. >> thank you. the army wants you to be all you can be as long as you're not an attractive woman. apparently some women are too good-looking to pack heat. what this means, the controversial comment and leadership shake-up that followed it. what's football without tailgating? this just in, your tailgating may be banned from super bowl xlviii. tailgaters unite.
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quick headlines for you. brand-new video out of pakistan with thousands of protesters blocking a road used to supply nato troops in and out of pakistan. demonstrating over a u.s. drone strike. want to get hired? wear blue. the color will make you come across as a team player. black is a close second, considered a leadership color. what not to wear? orange.
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it's associated with people who are unprofessional. are any of our guests wearing orange? >> i spy. 21 minutes after the hour. calling our plain janes, the army wants you. a female army colonel stepping down from her duties involving a gender study after this internal e-mail surfaced where she critics the use of attractive women. "in general, ugly women are perceived as competent, while pretty women are perceived as having used their looks to get ahead." even though the official stepped down, this has sparked a lot of conversation about the way women are perceived in general. there is the orange. good morning, ladies. thank you for coming in. katherine, what is your reaction when you hear about us talking about appearance in general in the first place? >> i can't believe this colonel would think any woman would see an ad where a woman is wearing a little bit of make-up and think
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military service must be a mary kay party. i love make-up and pedicures, manicures, i'm going to join. i don't think any woman would think that. to assume an attractive woman is automatically interested in only those things or another woman might say this woman is attractive, i shouldn't join the military. i can't believe that is even a consideration. >> chris, this colonel goes on to say an ad with dirt on the face shows this woman is willing to do the dirty work and get her hands dirty and do the things men would do. is there any legitimacy to any of this? >> the bigger issue is women are constantly being judge sed on why does how we look have anything to do with how competent we are, how well we do a job? does mud on the face mean i'm going to work harder than somebody else? it's a bigger conversation we should be having about women judging other women.
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based on anything. in the ad she is not wearing high heels running across the field. i think it's disrespectful to the thousands of other women that are already serving. >> we are not talking about guys with hair gel in their ad? >> these are in the military and sacrifice a lot to enlist. as females these struggle to be seen equal. this colonel was supposed to be on their side then they are being mocked. i can't imagine how horrible i would feel. >> one step forward, two steps back. >> i was shocked it was a woman making these comments. first i was thinking -- i was, again, shocked it was a woman coming out against other women to say an unattractive person works harder. how is that fair either? do women deal with this in the work place?
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>> every day. >> have you ever dealt with that? >> they think you're an air head, you're young, you don't know what you're talking about. >> ladies, thank you so much for your time. he's the hero doctor that helps us get osama bin laden, but he's been locked away in a pakistani prison and now slapped with a murder charge. is it a calculated move by the pakistani government? how about adding southern flair to your thanksgiving feast?
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♪ hit me with your best shot >> it's your shot of the morning. if this is real, this cat and dog have quite the trick worked out. watch closely. the cat bats a piece of popcorn into the dog's mouth. >> fake. oh, that's totally real. the cynic in me. >> can you teach a cat to do that? >> rule one, never question a youtube animal video. they're all real. >> is where the owner? >> that cat cannot be doing
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that? >> you do this at birthday parties, that magic is not real. >> i do. i saw it go up the sleeve. >> half of us try to lie our way out of lateness every single day? >> of course we do. when you're late for work. according to this survey you blame it on things around you, really bad traffic. how can you ever corroborate that story? unless you go to google maps. the track looks nice. where are you stuck. the alarm didn't go off. no way to corroborate that story. >> i got lost on the way, my train was delayed, my car wouldn't start. those are some of the stop excuses used for why you're late. >> people are going to say the message is we are getting more dishonest. the message is we are losing our creative edge. caught in traffic? i got a tough r touch of eboli, i won the lotto.
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there are interesting ways to lie your way out of a jam like this. >> scorpion is good. >> the issue with all these they can so easily, easily be changed. so often it's the same people who tell you the traffic, leave five minutes earlier. the alarm didn't go off, set a hard alarm clock. >> we've gotten so used to showing up late for things it's become a custom. we throw these excuses around. i think being late is the height of arrogance. what you're saying to the other person is your time isn't valuable to me. you were just sitting there. >> unless you have a good excuse. david writes, i was late because i was watching fox and friends weekend. >> that is a good excuse. >> that is acceptable every time. >> barry writes on facebook, i laid my keys on the porch and a squirrel grabbed them and ran
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away. >> i congratulate you, that's creative. >> a bolt of lightning struck my house and fused the locks so i couldn't open any of the doors. >> god wanted me to be late. >> a stranded motorist needed help with a flat tire. that's good, too. >> she is making herself out to be a good samaritan. a neighbor's herd of cows blocking my driveway. i live in a rural area and the excuse was real. >> now to your headlines. more troubling news for the hero pakistani doctor who helped the u.s. pinpoint the whereabouts of osama bin laden. now he is being hit with a murder charge, a phony one. pakistani government says it stems from a surgery death about six years ago. his sentence was overturned in
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august and a retrial ordered then. the earlier murder charge is ridiculous was said a minute ago. >> it's ridiculous. clearly, this is nothing more than a sham on the part of the pakistanis to continue their efforts to humiliate and embarrass the united states as bad partners, and in order to exhort continuous amount of dollars in addition to the $1.5 billion we already send them for being bad partners. >> lorsh made the point, his persecution could do is courage other informants from helping this country in the future. closer to a nuclear deal. secretary of state kerry in geneva. talks broke down two weeks ago. deal would trade sanction relief in the country for exchange of nuclear limitations. amid the high-pressure talks, a lighter moment between kerry and
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the russian foreign minister was caught on camera. watch this. >> that's some comedy. maybe a nod to the russians harboring edward snowden that phone going off and ringing in the background. >> no tailgating at the super bowl? it may be. organizers are considering banning the football tradition at met life in february over space concerns. parking lot capacity will be drastically cut to make room for, of course, security check points and tv trucks. that means ticket holders will be limited to one space per vehicle. no rvs with extra tables. will fans at least be able to bring a cooler or a grill? organizers say those details are still being worked out. >> a broadcaster in germany,
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busted looking at bikini-clad babes on the air on his computer and he couldn't stop it. watch. >> he apparently forgot to close tabs on his computer before coming back from a commercial break. a series of scantily-clad ladies showed up for viewers to see. >> you could have played this so easily saying, and in fashion news today. >> have you seen these latest trends. i was just doing market research online. let's check in with rick. >> always thinking tucker. nicely done. we've got people here from the army war college. you allowed the navy guy in?
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did you make that? >> just this morning when we thought we would be on tv. >> it worked. get a flashing something, you'll get on. want to show you this incredible picture from valentine, nebraska where they had a little bit of snow the other day and created a spectacular shot. today you're cold in valentine. 15 degrees. will only get to 27. that snow not going to go anywhere any time soon. it is cold. everybody is preparing for thanksgiving. your feast and your menu can add a certain charm. >> we have a great side of southern for everybody making some thanksgiving meals this week, which is probably everybody. we've got whitney wright here with us. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> the first thing you're going to demo is the cauliflower mash.
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>> take some cauliflower we cooked down here. you can mash it with sour cream and salt and pepper. then add parmesan cheese and chives. you want to fold this in. then put it in a casserole dish. this is great because you can keep it warm in the oven until you're ready to eat. right before you're ready to go, we'll take brown butter. >> oh, this is healthy. >> it's great. >> we've got more stuff here. there is no dinner in the south that a devilled egg isn't invited to. the recipe is in the book "no taste like home" they come from country singer wynonna judd. >> everybody's is different. >> is there any rule to making a
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devilled egg. >> i think you just have to use mayonnaise. people try to do it without the mayonnaise. just go for it. nothing tastes like the south like a biscuit. i love a biscuit for the holiday. they are easy to make. these are special because they are pimento cheese biscuits. >> nicely done. >> this is a great side, easy to make, elegant, butternut squash bake. it puffs up like a souffle. it's kid friendly. you can get your kids to eat their veggies. >> it's kind of sweet. >> the best part dessert. this is a pecan pie. this one is really cool because it's called white house pecan pie because it was served quite
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frequently when lyndon johnson was president. the recipe comes from his long-time family cook. it is super traditional, delicious. if you need a stalwart recipe, that's it. >> if you need more recipes, check out the november issue of "sovereign living." and "no taste like home." a fabulous cookbook. >> the devilled eggs alone are worth it. >> thank you. >> i want to seriously eat that entire cake, coconut cream. is there a finer cake? >> when other cakes get together, they feel envy. >> coming up on the show, a disturbing and deadly trend. watch this. this is so disgusting. the knockout game many teens are playing. our next guest says this is no game. what he is doing to make sure those who participate pay for their crime for a long time.
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he began performing at the age of 5. he's been a remarkable success ever since and for good reason. one of the great blue grass masters in history, ricky skaggs is here live. first we'll check in with neil cavuto on the look of what's coming up on "the cost of freedom." >> forget about the grinch. should we be worrying about the health care laws stealing the christmas season? call the doctor. what the white house is saying that has americans feeling very weak. a forgotten money lesson from john f. kennedy for both parties. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you?
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favorite headlines, we've got them. incredible sight in the skies over ukraine. a meteor caught on a camera flying like a fire ball.
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fortunately, it left behind no damage and it was a meteor, for the record. an ancient wine cellar uncovered. scientists discovered the 37-year-old wine cellar in the ruins of a palace in israel. chemical analysis suggest they did hold a beverage reserved for formal occasions. it was fermented and made from grapes. it was wine. it's a disturbing trend. this so-called knockout game going on. it's growing in popularity among our youth. more and more innocent bystanders becoming victims to these crimes. a new bill is proposed in the state of new york to try these folks and keep them behind bars for 25 years regardless of age. joining us is the new york assemblyman who drafted this bill. welcome to the show. >> good to be with you. unfortunately, it's a discussion about very negative aspects of
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our young people in our society. we have to address it. >> when did you first learn about it and what did you think when you started seeing these videos appearing? >> well, months ago i started seeing them creeping up. they call them the knockout game, but really, it isn't a game. it's a vicious, several vicious violent attacks which are destroying people's lives and taking people's lives. about 2 1/2 weeks ago i decided enough is enough. we began to draft a piece of legislation and we realized make no mistake about that, these are not young people that have gone awry and throwing stones through windows, these are punks, thugs, cowards, disregarding age, young or old, female or male. we just had a 78-year-old woman in new york state knocked out senseless with one punch, a 12-year-old boy. they are trying to gain status within the group of their gangs. the more knockouts they get, the more status they get.
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that's why it's reaching epidemic levels. enough is enough. we drafted the knockout deterrent act. >> i was saying this to myself last night. they have got to come up with harsher penalties. set a precedent here and put these folks behind bars for a long time and to really set as an example in the rest of that community to stop this. how long sentences are we talking here? do you think we'll get this pushed through? >> first and foremost, the purpose of this legislation is to send a message you can't use youth to destroy people's lives. useful offender laws are there for a purpose, lower levels, graffiti, vandalism. for this law, after they do these types of crimes, they knock people senseless, beat their chests, act like big men. we need a big man piece of legislation and big man penalties. that's what the deterrent act would do. it would disallow youthful
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offender status. up to 25 years potentially. all those kids part of the game, dancing around, putting it on video and websites, they would be subject to the same penalties. we've got a good sponsor in the senate. we are circulating it with our other colleagues. the message is this is not a video game where you can knock people out or hurt them seriously and jump back up and start the game over. this is real life. we have to protect innocent, honest, law-abiding citizens. a lot of these kids had bad family lives, we understand that, but we have to protect the innocent people impacted by this. >> to you for this. keep us up-to-date on the legislation. hopefully it gets through. we appreciate it. >> thank you very much. thank you for your interest. coming up next on the show, legendary musician ricky skaggs performs live.
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♪ i'm just a country boy country boy at heart ♪ how can you not be happy about that video? >> that went on to win many awards, including 14 grammys. recently he was honored. >> joining us is legendary musician, author of "kentucky traveler: my life in music" ricky skaggs is here. >> i'm not the supposed to
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slobber over agains, but you really are a legend. where did you write this book? >> p i thought it was time so i could still remember what i did. >> what did you do? >> i started playing when i was 5 years old, got to play with bill ron mmonroe when i was 6. before i was 10, i played with the stanley brothers. just a great story about family -- family was a really, really big, important part of my upbringing. faith. my mother taught me about faith. it's great american story about working hard and giving your life to it. i've been blessed. >> you've been honored with the 23rdor artists and residents award. what does that mean to you? >> it wasn't like i was a doctor or anything. but it was great. i did a night of country monday night, celebrating my country roots. as you saw that video, i had a lot of success in the '80s and
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early 90s in country. i started playing bluegrass again in '96. tuesday was a bluegrass night. >> what are you going to play for us now? >> bruce hornsby and i, my good p friend, we recorded a live cd a couple of years back. this is it the title of that. bruce couldn't be here today this is andy leftwich. >> good morning. >> y'all have been tease us all morning. we're going to let you have at it. >> too many people write songs about chickens anymore. ♪ well i had an old chicken she wouldn't lay an egg ♪ ♪ so i ran hot water up and down her leg ♪ ♪ that little chicken holler little chicken begged ♪
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