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morning. today is saturday, the 2nd of august, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. a fox news alert. the deadly ebola virus about to arrive on u.s. soil. two american aid workers returning home today. should the rest of the country be concerned? >> and the house manages to pass a border bill but nancy pelosi apparently not happy about it. watch. >> apparently i hit the right nerve. >> holly smokes. what that congressman said to get pelosi to cross the aisle, literally. >> the president's press conference not turning out the way he had hoped. >> i thought that you guys
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were going to ask me how i was going to spend my birthday. >> yeah, they didn't really want to ask that what reporters really wanted to know not like last year. the show starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> we are all back together again. >> it is so nice to see you, anna,clayton. >> nice to see you; welcome back. >> rick got hurt last week. we showed you the video. we were teasing it all morning long he we were going to be inline skating, but at the end of the show rick had a disaster and he is still recovering. >> more dangerous show than people realize. >> it almost got really dangerous yesterday on the floor of the house of representatives. a lot of rolling back and forth. have you watched the political theater unfolding in washington, arguably one of the worst congresses in modern american history. the 114th congress. the do nothing congress as
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it's being labeled right now. members of congress were coming back it to washington trying to get speaker boehner to actually hold a vote on the house floor on immigration. they made it a little bit more this immigration bill. tom making a speech on the floor on friday. listen in the background as speaker pelosi gets so fired up about what he is saying that she starts yelling at him. listen. >> you know something that i find quite interesting about the other side? under the leadership of the former speaker and under the leadership of their former leader, when in 2009 and 2010, they had the house, the senate, and the white house, and they knew this problem existed, they didn't have the strength to go after it back then, but now we're trying to make a political issue out of it now: it is true. i did the research on it. you might want to try it you might want to try it, madam leader. do the research on it do the research. did i it that's one thing that you don't do.
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>> of course, she doesn't have a microphone on so don't get to hear her yelling at him. >> her spokeswoman is says that she was trying to remind the congressman marino, hey, we had the wherewithal to pass the dream act until comprehensive bipartisan immigration reform as she says. but, and she also, her spokesperson also said that the congressman apologized to pelosi, the congressman now saying no, i didn't apologize and i don't intend to. here is what you missed on the rest of it, the actual interruption and the chase down. apparently i missed the right nerve. >> new york is recognized. >> there she is. >> just wait main. >> she is unleashed. now, you can tell that pelosi is mad, obviously so mad that she is chasing him with her finger the stuff of which nightmares are made, at least for me. the point here is that her dog barks. she is mad because what he
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said is fundamentally true in its essence. weigh are finding out now, no one is pretending anymore. the democratic party's leadership is flat out for illegal immigration. they are have come out of the closet on that question in the last two weeks. they get mad when you play it out because the truth does hurt. >> she says pretty hurtful things to him on a personal level calling him insignificant any can't as as -- as he was driving home yesterday he wrote this on twitter, representative pelosi called me an insignificant person on the floor of the house. i will ponder that for a while driving to williamsport, tonight. of course, i will be driving myself with no staff or security. i'm just a country lawyer who worked in a bakery until he was 30 so maybe i'm not significant enough to question the former speaker. >> so he is not going to be flying back to his district in a military jet at public speak like pelosi did when she was speaker? massive security revenue that pushes other people out
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of the way so she can get the best parking space? i live there. i watch this. it's shocking. >> when they shut the whole streets down. >> it's unbelievable so she can get to lunch? >> those were the fireworks that you saw on the floor there last night. they did come up with a vote the house passed. 694 supplemental bill to try to help out the border with more national guard troops on the ground, with helping the humanitarian crisis as far as shelter and taking care of these kids while they are there and getting them back swiftly. but, is this going to matter anyway? the senate is on vacation already. so, john boehner has come forward and said the president needs to put politics aside, call the senate back and do something about this. but just before this vote even happened yesterday, the president called a press conference and said this. >> without additional resources and help from congress, we're just not going to have the resources we need to fully solve the problem. that means while they are out on vacation, i'm going to have to make some tough
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choices to meet the challenge, with or without congress. >> the president also in that same press conference said that, look, this is just a ceremonial vote in the first place. speaker boehner didn't want to actually hold the vote in the first place. the president saying this is just ceremony. they know i'm not going to pass it they know i will veto this bill as it a cross our desk. $600 million border security paul tri sum. >> it wasn't for border security. he wanted to pay off the countries who are using the united states as a relief valve to solve the problems in central america. they are happy to send a lot of their people here at our expense. but the core problem be is the amnesty that the president offered to immigrants under the age of 18. once you get here, you are fine, they said. they responded irrationally as people do to incentives. they came here. that remains unchanged. i'm going to offer amnesty
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to everybody unilaterally. that's what they're discussing at the white house. >> publicly saying yesterday at the podium this is hypothetical because of republicans because now they are suing me for using executive action. now they are demanding that i use executive action to stop the border flowed i think this is another example of the separation of powers being challenged by this white house, the executive branch has way more power than the founders expected and that's scary. talk about a perfect example of this principle in action. the cia has admitted that its operatives. of course cia under the executive branch under the control of the white house. spied on members of the united states senate. they used fake ideas to log into an email exchange to an online classified exchange between congress and the cia. and spy on senators. >> it is so amazing. >> it's unbelievable. >> senate intelligence committee members, two democrats coming out yesterday saying it's time for the cia director john
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brennan to step down. that he has lost the confidence. mark udall led the charge calling for the resignation. is he out of florida. then had you martin line democratic also calling for him to resign that they have lost confidence in the leader. but then you had the white house really coming out pretty quickly. i wonder if this is going to come back to bite them in the rear. josh ernest came out and said we have full confidence in our cia director john brennan and then you also, dianne feinstein who is on the senate intelligence committee, one of the chair women on the subintelligence committee coming out and saying this is great. this was fantastic, honest, good first step, honest told us they were spying. >> the white house defended them. he works for them. this is the president's personal intelligence gathering agency. that's the cia is it gathers intel for the president. they are spying on the congress? why would the president be against that? i mean, this is the kind of thing that you would think republicans would be up in arms about. maybe they will be and it won't be a moment too soon. >> not just something that's illegal.
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it's unconstitutional violating the separation of powers there. you know, they are supposed to be investigating them. how can they do that if they are being spied on in the first place. while the president was giving this press conference and asked about this very subject, he changed the subject to himself. you know, he has come to be known as the president who likes the applause, he said why don't ask you me about my birthday. listen to this. >> [several people speaking] >> i thought you guys were going to ask me how i was going to spend my birthday. [shouting] >> what happened to the happy birthday thing? >> happy birthday. >> democrats have called for the resignation -- >> i will address two points. i will. >> hold on, guys. come on. >> oh, you you are asking me hard questions. i want to talk about my birthday. >> last year he got away with that he actually got away with that last year. >> last year? the last five years. they worship him like a god and all of a sudden the act has worn thin and they're
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annoyed. >> who likes to remind people like children, right? hey my birthday is coming up. my birthday is coming up. >> you have seen my birthday list? >> they have loved him from the beginning, the press corps has just petted him and loved him and adored him. given him a pass on everything and he has always had contempt for them. it's really a sick abusive amass -- masochistic relationship. >> ebola virus about to arrive on u.s. soil. first two infected aid workers in library i can't will reportedly arrive today at dobbins air force base in georgia. the ebola air force base will be brought to emory university hospital and kept in strict isolation to receive treatment. should would he be concerned? coming up in less than 10 minds, doctor from stoney brook university will join us live to explain what this all means for you and me.
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and the israel/hamas cease-fire blown to bits. gaza now being pummeled by air strikes and tank fire as the israeli military looks for its missing soldier. the city of rappa in the gaza strip saying most of the violence. at least 35 palestinians skilled there at lone and the hospital evacuated. this as the ids conducts a massive search for second lt. hadar golden allegedly dragged away into hamas tunnel after a friday morning attack that left two israeli soldiers dead. nearly 10 hour standoff in southern california ending moments ago. a want'ed paroleee reportedly shot and killed by police. the 24-year-old suspect holding woman hostage inside of her home. she was rescued safely and taken to the hospital to be checked out. no word on the relationship between the two at this time. an elderly plan was also shot in his front yard but police have not confirmed if
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he was shot -- if it was a shot that was fired from suspect or from officers. and blastoff. and we have liftoff. liftoff of the united launch alliance atlas 5 rocket carrying the 7th g.p.s. satellite. >> overnight the united states air force launching a rocket carrying a new g.p.s. satellite into space it will join a group of other satellite currently orbiting 11,000 miles above earth. new system will provide navigation to people all around the world. >> it will help me figure out instead of turning left into the mall parking lot that i'm actually on the freeway. >> that's why you didn't want to go shopping? >> exactly. >> on this right highway. >> coming up, a roller coaster stops at the top of its tracks. passengers are told they will have to climb down themselves. zany. we have details. >> this throw back picture going viral. can you guess who that is? n to hold'em. ♪
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serious virus. >> professor at the department of pediatrics at stoney brook. doctor, thanks a lot for joining us this morning. do the rest of us have something to fear now that ebola will be in the continental united states? >> it's a very good question. i think that really, it all depends on the precautions that they are taking down at emery and the other hospitals that are going to be receiving these patients. in general the risk should be pretty low. the precautions that they
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are taking in terms of transporting the patients are such that the transmission rate is really low. >> is there any chance that somebody may have contracted it from there then, boarded a plane, come here and not displaying any symptoms or incould incubation period that we audited to be concerned about that we are not paying attention to at the moment? >> right, sure. so the incubation period is around anywhere from 5 to 121 days so, while it is possible that somebody could contract it there, board a plane and come here, the chances that it would spread are very slim. it's likely before this outbreak is done that we will probably see cases here in the u.s. other than the two that are being transported here but the chance of them spreading past that is extremely small. >> we have heard about ebola for years. what exactly is it? what does it do? >> ebola is a virus. a member of the members of the jury are -- merge members of the jury are hem are pretty much
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central africa until now. >> these two workers will be at elm morery in -- death rate n africa is so high because of lack of access to care and certain practices that they do there. they are sometimes reusing needles. the practices involve handling the body without any protective equipment and it can be transmitted even after death. so here they are going to be in complete isolation, essentially physical bubble own air supply those the virus is not transmitted through the air. everyone is going to be wearing protective equipment to cover their skin, their eyes, their mouth so, that none of the bodily fluids that do transmit the virus can be transported to healthcare workers. >> the research done at
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emery, you know, during this process is they are trying to nurse these people back to health. any other communicable diseases that we have going forward? >> that's a good question. the protective equipment that they are going to be using the and the methods they are going to be using to protect patients are are useful for a variety of different viruses and certainly if there are outbreaks of other diseases patients need to be transported to the u.s. for treatment of those. technique also help with that. we will be watching from atlanta. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> you may turn to them for a quick cash fix. those payday loans aren't what they seem to be. how to stop a predator next. >> and the science is in. who lies more? men or women? take a guess. take a gander. >> not even close. >> the results could surprise you.
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new jersey theme park has temporarily shut down that coaster. >> we have all seen ads for fast loans and quick cash promising you an advance on weekly paycheck. in 2010, 3 million people used the internet to get these payday loans and that number keeps going up every year. how you can make sure that the web sites you are using are actually legal? many of them aren't. what do you do if it turns out the loan you took is not legal the president and ceo of the new web site loan reverse and he joins us to answer those questions. good morning. >> good morning, tucker, thank you. >> i had no idea until i was reading this just how persuasive some of these high interest illegal payday loans are what are are these loans like? >> they are crazy. they charge $30 for every $100 borrowed for every two weeks. >> 30% interest. >> 60% a month. equates to 1200% apr. >> that's unbelievable.
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>> nobody can afford to keep up with them. >> is that even legal? >> no, it's not legal. in most states, it's not legal. and loan reverse.com, my company, has developed proprietary software that enables people to come online, judge whether or not their loan is illegal or legal. and if it is illegal, we can help them get a refund and stop them from ever having to pay back anything again. >> if you are paying over 1,000% interest on your loan, chances you are ever repay it are pretty slim, aren't they? >> pretty slim. most people just pay the interest every two weeks. whenever they get paid, the lender debits usually $120 every two weeks. that's for an average of a $400 loan. >> you are really getting a better deal from the mafia than you are from some of these learned. >>-o-lenders. >> the government cracks down on the loan sharking but in one has cracked down on illegal lenders, why? >> they're starting new york
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state has cracked down. some other states have gone after lenders very successfully. they are hard to find. they align themselves with sovereign indian nations. trying to skirt state law. >> so essentially they are offshore. >> if you determine you go on your site. >> loan reverse.com. >> and find out that the loan you have taken is illegal. can you get your money back. >> get your money back for anything you have paid you will until the last 90 days help reverse those your account. >> how long does it take? >> frir from 12 hours to a few days. depends on your bank. >> interesting. thanks a lot. >> thanks so much, tucker. >> up up next a man and dog sent running for their lives from a pack of wild coyotes. it didn't happen in the woods. how this terrifying scene ended. we have details. probably noticed that rick isn't here this morning.
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where is rick reichmuth.
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>> you may have noticed he is he not here morning. here is exactly why. this is what happened last week. watch. >> i'm taking a leisurely stroll. >> anna, rick, oh, down. >> slow down. oh my gosh. >> nasty fall. >> there, hurting his knee during the show last sunday. they even had an blams come to take him to the hospital. he is at a resting home now. getting a speedy recovery. is he sending us, us these pictures and texting them to us. >> to be fair, i took this picture. >> this showed. battle wounds gutsy, glory that we will not share this morning. >> he smashed his knee. >> that is awful. >> we were supposed to stop midway through the race but he just kept going.
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you two just kept going and tore right in. >> i have been saying since day one this is the most dangerous show on tv. >> most importantly. let's see actually ended up winning the race? did he end up winning? yeah he did. he won. >> you were smart you didn't go through the glass window. >> i didn't want to end up the way he did. >> we miss you rick if you are watching. >> god speed. we have a verdict on the eternal question who lies more men or women? can you guess hot prime offender is? >> well, we have got it for you right here, this is according to a new study, the average man fibs or avoids having to tell the truth four times a week while the average woman stretches the truth three times a week. >> >> that's a lie. that's garbage. >> instead of stretching the truth they are not going so far as to call that a lie. stretching the truth. >> you don't want it live in
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a world where women lie more than women. you expect women to tell the truth. that's when society deincidentdecent we don't want to make them feel bad for six months we will say yeah. >> women won't say truth to truth. >> did you see her hair cut? >> i didn't believe it. >> just tell her. instead of all these little lies going on. tiny lied a up to big sort of fights all the time. catfights. >> i think also because men don't talk as much as we do. they leave things out. could be via silence is also a lie. >> silence is also a lie? >> we are defining lie down a bit. >> women lie about the elicit j. crew credit card or whatever. on the basic moral questions you want women to be honest. guy every interaction with a
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woman assuming she is telling the truth. >> women go into interaction with a men assuming they are lying. >> that's why it works out well. >> what do you think friends as the foxnews.com ff weekend there on twitter. who lies more men or women? >> headlines this saturday morning. it was a homicide and the chokehold killed him that announcement from the new york coroner's office. the late nest a case that has sparked national outrage it started with this video showing nypd officer daniel pentello subduing eric garner after cops say he resisted arrest. he has not been charged. it will be up to the staten island district attorney to decide whether to convene a grand jury. since the incident, he has been placed on modified duty, stripped of his gun and his badge. >> the man was selling cigarettes. >> desperate search for missing mother two of for nine days. searching san juan islands
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off washington some 300 miles from where jennifer huston was last seen. she used to visit the islands with her family but still no sign of her or her car. >> lots of reports of people finding jennifer so they say. lots of tips and leads. the fact we haven't found her car yet is odd. >> she has last seen taking out cash from a bank and buying snacks and sleeping pills from a right aid before filling her tank up with gas. man and dog forced to run for their lives from a pack of coyotes. can you see burbank resident nic mendosa and his dog coyote there. comes back out with a shovel to scare them off. the california neighborhood known for frequent coyote sightings but not chase downs, yikes. two days earlier a pack of 20 animals were caught racing through his front yard. >> that was a road runner. >> who is this strapping
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young fellow going viral online? that's vice president joe biden at the age of 26. >> i thought that was ryan reynolds. >> instagram this pic as part of its throw back thursday. a plug for young people to sign up for obamacare. he captioned the pic short sleeves button down is coming back but healthcare has always been in style. >> they are not coming back. >> they never went away. >> thank you for the fashion advice. >> janice dean, speaking of fashionable with an update with what's going on in the national world. >> just a side note about the lying survey that you guys were talking about, i lied three minutes ago when the producers are like are you okay with going outside for your weather hit? >> in the deluge? >> it's a monsoon out there. >> sure. the bad news is it is going to rain all morning here in new york city. into the afternoon. we have a frontal boundary that stalled. we also have approaching cold front. take a look at the maps and
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i will show you where you are going to get wet on saturday. there are your temperatures. cool across much of the country you can see a the love 60's on the map. 70s across the gulf coast as well as 86 in the hot city of phoenix. looking at the satellite radar imagery. we do have monsoonal moisture working its way into the southwest though. flash flood watches and warnings posted there. look all along the manhattan and the northeast where we have a lot of rainfall that's going to continue throughout the day and really sort of last into sunday although sunday will be improving. there is your again along the coast. all of the big cities certainly today are going to get wet. and then into sunday, things will improve. monday looks much improved. but there is your first alert forecast. rainfall in some cases couple of inches, isolated amounts of three to four inches of rain along the coast. we have had a pretty good summer thus far along the east. the times i have worked for rick on the weekends. lots of sunshine and temperatures. we will take the rainfall. >> we will take once in a while.
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bass pro shops out there for the fall hunting classic. it seems appropriate. get to that in a little bit. >> see. >> you from extreme poverty to the godfather of soul, james brown's life was anything about ordinary. all this week america will get a look at hesitate life in the brand new biopic. let step into the spotlight. >> good morning, guys. good to he sue. welcome back. >> what an interesting guy. >> we have a guy with nicknamed hardest working man in business mr. dynamite. you better make a movie that lives up to that this movie does. chadwick boseman. davis. tate taylor. his follow up to the help from 2011. and it is just -- it is phenomenal. chadwick poseman his performance transcends. he becomes james brown. >> does it get to the where james brown endorses richard nixon for president. >> it's all in there.
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we caught up with them recently at the apollo theater. asked about the legacy of james brown and what some of their favorite songs are. >> do you have a favorite james brown song or performance? >> i love living in america. and static. and everybody says it's a man's world. i tend to believe it's a woman's world. he became famous before i was ever born. interesting to find out what brought him to become the man behind the music. >> legacy is is the culture that we have today you don't have any of the hip hop music, a lot of it wouldn't even exist because a lot of the samples are james brown samples. >> phenomenal. this is a role that chadwick boseman was reluctant to
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take. it is a tough role and devolve easily. likely to lead him to the red carpet. >> chadwick boseman. >> he played jackie robbieson 42. he was reluctant to take on another econnick figure. >> lesson in pop culture, political culture. >> he really was jay-z before jay-z. he transformed and changed how how the business was done in terms of promotions and who got paid on how music got on the radio. >> his road manager for many years? >> yeah. >> al sharpton. >> that is true. actually. >> i have it and sharpton married one of his backup singers. >> and he came sharpton sing on it? >> that's how sharpton got the hair from james brown. >> i would love to hear that you can bring it in tomorrow. >> i have it a little 45. >> uniquely an american
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story. came from nothing from a cabin in the middle of the woods down south. no electricity the whole thing and rise to the top. can you catch that and much, much more of my interviews with all source of celebrities at in the fox light.com. as always, the party continues in the very family-friendly way on twitter and instagram at fox light michael. >> good deal. >> thanks, guys. coming up here on the show. so much for the rule of law and who really needs congress anyway? >> i'm going to have to make some tough -- choices to meet the challenge. with or without congress. >> so will he really do it? the debate straight ahead. >> why are these guys trying to catch a chopper? the story behind this photo here coming up. [ female announcer ] it's simple physics...
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make some decisions on his own. >> our efforts administratively so far have helped us slow the tide of child migrants trying to come to our country. without additional resources and help from congress we're
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just not going to have the resources we need to fully solve the problem. that means while they are out on vacation, i'm going to have to make some tough choices to meet the challenge. with or without congress. >> so is he overreaching? here to debate it jim pinkerton fox news contributor and ellen rattner chief for fox news service. good morning. >> good morning. >> i'm going to start with you. you know, passing 694-million-dollar spending bill through the house is not going to mean anything unless it gets through the house senate. >> the president is going to issue executive order and give amnesty to 5 or 6 million people. the "the washington post" makes that very clear. the president is in a rogue territory now of unconstitutional action. i think it's a great challenge to the republican party, of course, and to the integrity of the
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constitution and to the united states. >> jim, everybody knows that the president is not going to issue amnesty to five or 6 million people. he is, and needs to take action that congress has not managed to take even though we are paying them to do it. finally they took some yesterday. it really has taken a long while and it should have not have taken until yesterday to pass. the president has got to take action. >> ellen, according to that article if you look at it yes, 11 million undocumented residents here at the moment. significant portion of them possibly could be given amnesty. do these folks have family members in the united states? are they law abiding illegal immigrants? i mean, isn't that kind of an oxymoron in the first place illegal immigrant here illegally how can they be law abiding. >> if you are 7 or 8 years old and grown up in the united states. how are you supposed to say well, i'm an illegal immigrant. i mean, this country is built on immigration. and but the point is the president has to do
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something because congress isn't doing a thing. the coming is divided. very clear. look, the president doesn't want a compromise. he has never wanted to sit down with republicans on their. he wants to take executive action and frankly, it's the democrats in the obama white house talking about impeachment all the time. they bring it up every occasion. the president do something so brave and courageous that those mean republicans are going to impeach him. msnbc mentions impeachment four times more often than fox does. msnbc being the mouth piece for the white house. they want to provoke a constitutional crisis they think this will help motivate their base in november. they are clearly provoke ago crisis here and i think they going to get one. >> i don't think they are demoralized at all. impeachment or not the democrats are raising a lot of money right now because people are afraid of a do nothing congress.
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>> ellen and jim. thank you for your time. leave it there appreciate it 48 minutes after the top of the hour. did president clinton drop the ball on bin laden? a shocking new recording from the day before september 11th detailing the missed opportunity. coming up. a man who hunted bin laden himself reacts. plus, are losing your kids to their tablet or smart phone? maybe you need to unplug. tech blogger shares her personal story of a gadget free family vacation. two medium cappuccinos! let's show 'em what a breakfast with whole grain fiber can do. one coffee with room, one large mocha latte, medium macchiato, a light hot chocolate hold the whip, two espressos. make one a double. she's full and focused. [ barista ] i have two cappuccinos, one coffee with room, one large mocha latte, a medium macchiato, a light hot chocolate hold the whip, and two espressos -- one with a double shot. heh, heh. that's not the coffee talkin'. [ female announcer ] start your day with kellogg's frosted mini wheats cereal. with whole wheat goodness on one side and a hint of sweetness on the other,
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a great tech columnist by the way. >> liberating not to hear the constant chime of a new message. i deleted twitter and instagram entirely. [gasp] of course, nobody even noticed i was gone. brings up one of the many reasons why some of us are scared town plug. will anyone care if we just vanish? >> i cared. where is joanna. here to tell us what happened during her tech time-out week is tech columnist for the "wall street journal" is joanna stern. >> i'm here. i didn't vanish. >> i love your writing and the stuff you put out social media and we have been friends for years. how difficult was it as a tech columnist unplug leave me alone for the week? >> i didn't go cold turkey. i don't know if i could do it i was thinking i might be shaking and break out in sweats and end up in a want who. i didn't go cold turkey i set up limits for myself.
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the whole point for me is to stop doing this aimless. mindless looking at twitter and facebook and instagram. i felt like if i'm going to do a eviction. i want to do a vacation from that kind of stuff as well. >> we found recent studies that have actually shown that kids are better at disconnecting. that adults are the ones who are just constantly mindlessly scrolling through our devices but kids are actually looking now at their parents saying wait a second, why can't you put down your device? we're the ones with the problem. it's not the kids. >> exactly. that's what i actually did. i set parental controls on myself. i decided to use the tech i was using to set up barriers for myself. so i said, okay, i'm only going to use my phone 30 minutes in the morning because we all know that 30 minutes can quickly turn into two hours of looking at stuff. i said i'm going to set to t. for 30 minutes and downloaded parental control apps and set them for myself. >> instead of completely getting rid of the technology, you used the technology to limit yourself. >> yes. >> first setting up these timers what kind of apps did
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you use for that. >> i used the technology against myself. rose up. >> inside some of the devices you can set timers for 30 minutes? use serrie on your iphone. i better get offline. >> point out two alps one called time lock in the app. store and another one called moment actually tracks how long you are using your phone. >> try moment to see how much time you are actually wasting. disabled notifications. all those dinging and pings bothering you. how did you do that? >> went into the settings, took those off. at first i was lake why is my phone not telling me i have a email or a tweet. very nerve-racking at first then i sort of liked the silence it was good to live without it i also deleted instagram and twitter one whole day. i lived to tell the story. >> that's unbelievable. i love this idea, too. you brought back some of the analog, watches and clock radios. you actually listened to the radio? >> i didn't go that far, right? the radio did wake me up in the morning though. because the idea that i
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always had my phone right by the side of my bed and it's the first thing i pick up in the morning. i hear the alarm and then the alarm turns to email and all those other apps brought out the sony dream machine clock radio. used that in the morning. read an actual book. just decided not going to use my kindle or kindle app. on my ipad. use a real paper book with pages i don't have to swipe. >> bottom line for us for the week. can people do this at home? is it that simple. >> i think it is if i can do it, someone who is constantly on my phone. people should say i should have it glued to my hand. if i can do it i think people can do it. >> better off for it you actually enjoyed your vacation. >> i did. i got a tan. >> joanna stern watch all her videos and writings at the "wall street journal." get back online. >> good to see you. >> top dog at the cia caught spying on congress. now even democrats calling for his resignation. why is the white house standing by their man? and he is pulling double duty. this mayor serving his town and his country in afghanistan. the awesome story about this
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up and at them. good morning, it's saturday the second of august, 2000 146789 i'm anna kooiman. a fox news alert. the deadly ebola virus arriving on u.s. soil this weekend. an infected american returning home for treatment. to just how worried should you be? a live report straight ahead. >> and the house manages to pass the border bill but nancy pelosi apparently not impressed. watch this. >> i hit the right nerve. >> new york is recognized. who, what that come got pelosi to say to cross the aisle literally and vigorously. >> a question i think about virtually every night before i go to bed. what happens had you give a
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>> bass pro, you will see it in a minute. there it is is look at that. >> like i said, you never know what you are going to get here. >> a fox news alert. we have been talking about it for a while now. a deadly ebola virus about to arrive on u.s. soil, the first of two infected aid workers in liberia reportedly arrive today at the air base in that let tax georgia. >> new details this is not a military evacuation going on. a private gulf stream medevac plane that can only take one of the infected patients at a time. and they are going to extreme measures to ensure the safety of the crew as they travel here to the united states. ebola patient will be in a specially designed pod built by the cdc in case their health workers became infected with some disease and needed treatment.
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now, it's bringenning back went to africa to help and are on their way home themselves the reasons we are bringing these patients back to our facility it because we feel they deserve to have the highest level of care offered for their treatment. now, the latest outbreak of ebola in africa in those three countries on the western coast have claimed already 700 lives. the initial symptoms present themselves something akin to the flu. things get significantly worse from there. there are no established treentle for ebola. at the same time, it is impossible to catch from casual contact. what is at emory in atlanta. ice lace building where they will receive fluids and pallet of treatment own immune system will beat back the virus. if they survive they are considered cured and go back b. their normal lives.
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outbreak of ebola, just about three in ten patients. it is not good odds are able to survive. back to you guys. >> rooting for them. thanks, leland. >> hope you were enjoying your friday night. maybe you were out of seeing a movie. you probably weren't focused on what congress was doing. the dog and pony show down in washington, d.c. the house of representatives finally managed to pass a 694-million-dollar border bill but not without some big drama unfolding. republicans have been furious lately that democrats have been calling them out saying you are not doing anything. you are not doing anything. that's when com thoma marino took to the floor. >> you know what i find quite interesting about the other side? under the leadership of the former speaker and under the leadership of their former leader, when in 2009 and 2010, they had the house, the senate, and the white house, and they knew this problem existed, they didn't
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have the strength to go after it back then, but now we're trying to make a political issue out of it now. it is true. i did the research on it you might want to try it you might want to try it, madam leader. do the research on it do the research. i did it. that's one thing that you don't do. >> so he pointed the finger and said you didn't do your research on this. yes, this is something that you guys should have done a couple of years ago. it really struck a nerve with her. right? she comes out wagging her finger, chases him down, completely becomes unhinged. watch how it unfolds. >> apparently i hit the right nerve. >> new york is recognized. >> that, of course, nancy pelosi at the bottom of your screen crossing the aisle to wag her finger and to say that fasted the dream act and done other things. hard to hear her was interrupting her. >> that's a nightmare scenario nancy pelosi chasing you across the floor of the house of representatives. dream act offering amnesty to illegal immigrants under
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18 is one of the reasons that we are having this surge at the border right now. by the way, this has been going on since 2008 bln going on for 50 years but dream act exacerbated made it it the law of the land people show up get a court date and never have to leave at that point. that has been inducement for illegal immigration ever since. >> two lines to change that law. leadership from the president could change that law. >> that's he sh extreme. the president said yesterday, you are extremist if you do that. you are a hater if you do that they are basically out of the closet in favor of illegal immigration because it helps them. >> helps donors because it brings cheap labor. a hurt dog bites. you saw that from nancy pelosi and probably her people knew that this video was going to be making headlines, right? they came forward her spokesperson said that
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marino had apologized and she accepted is the apology. he came forward and said no i didn't apologize. during that exchange there mrs. pelosi said some very hurtful thing. he she called me insignificant person on the floor of the house. i will ponder that for a while driving to williamsport tonight. of course, i will be driving myself with no staff or security. and i am just a country lawyer who worked in a bakery until he was 30. maybe i'm not significant enough to question the former speaker. >> ouch. >> whoa. all right. also in washington amazing week in washington, washington. you heard executive branch, the white house is getting too powerful. it you if you are looking for example of that. look no further than this. the cia has admitted to spying on members of members of congress. congressman investigating war on terror. cia actors assumed fake
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identity and spied on members of the senate. john brennan has apologized for that there are calls in white house. the white house not surprisingly is defending him. he works for obama. intelligence gatherer so he supports him. >> people that called for the democrats calling for his resignation. mark udall was furious, computers his own computers had been gone through by the cia. a democrat calling for him to resign. probably come down for the more senior democrats to call for his resignation like patrick leahy on the committee. >> isn't this a trend here in the nsa is supposed to be spying on foreigners. the other countries are supposed to be the focus of our intelligence gathering efforts. not american citizens. they are spying on you and me and now members of congress? talk about a perversion.
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how can we have this type of intrusion. president obama yesterday was trying to address this in front of the press conference yesterday. listen. in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, we did some things that were wrong we did a whole lot of things that were right. but we tortured some folks. we did things that were contrary to our values. >> just some folks. just some people we rounded up having breakfast at cracker barrel. just some folks. what is that? who talks like that? is this guy really the president? we tortured some folks. what are you talking about? >> a couple of other democrats dianne feinstein and mentioned the white house press secretary josh earnest coming out. we are thankful that he came forward. this is honest, this is good stuff. fixing things. and he has our full
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confidence. >> of course he does. is he spying on your adversaries in the congress. >> on the other hand, we had liz cheney on sean hannity show last night. she reacted saying this is despicable. >> you have got crises around the world and he is expending more time, more energy, more passion, more aggressive activity and targeting and going after patriots, heroes, cia officers and others who kept us safe after 9/11. he is he lying about what they did. he is slandering them. he went to cairo and did it in 20099. today he did it from the podium of the oval office. s it a disgrace. it's despicable. >> let us know what you think. it's friends@foxnews.com: >> other stories making headlines this saturday. the israel/hamas cease-fire blown to bits. gaza being pummeled by air strikes and tank fire as the israeli military looks for its missing soldier.
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>> the city of rafah in the gaza strip seeing most of the violence. at least 35 palestinians killed there this morning alone in the area hospitals evacuated this as the idf conducts a massive search for ii lt. allegedly dragged away into hamas tunnel after a friday morning attack that left two israeli soldiers dead. a nearly 10 hour standoff in southern california ending moments ago. a wanted parolee reportedly shot and killed by police. 24-year-old suspect was holding a woman hostage inside inside of her home. an elderly man was also shot dead in his front yard but police have not confirmed if it was a shot fired from the suspect or police officers. the marine held in a mexican prison back in court on monday. but his freedom seemingly nowhere in sight. sergeant andrew tahmooressi's mother now says it can take up to two years for the legal process
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to play all the way out. it has been four months since he was arrested accidentally crossing the border with illegal guns in his car. legal here in the united states though. legal fees are mounting for the tahmooressis, his mother says it could cost as much as $100,000 to free the marine. this mayor is pulling double duty. at home in south bend, he prefers to be called mayor peta. but in -- pete. it's lt. pete. active member of the u.s. navy. he was employed in april. he passed on day-to-day duties to his deputy mayor but checks in using skype about once a week. the judge says he doesn't get any special treatment why you are abroad. >> when you are in that environment most important thing is to do your job. couple places i worked it was my turn to clean the toilet and nobody was very interested in what my day job was. >> guess. so the mayor has 60 days left in his
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deployment. those are your headlines. >> good for him. the question is did president clinton drop the ball on bin bad len? listen to this shocking new recording from the day before september 11th, 2001. >> i nearly got him once. i nearly got him. and i could have gotten -- i could have killed him. >> so why didn't he? up next, a man who hunted bin laden reacts. >> and then say a prayer then a discount. a restaurant serving that up to its customers. some are finding it hard to swallow. the owner responds to those critics, coming up. what super poligrip does for me is it keeps the food out.
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former president bill clinton makes a startling admission. he says he could have killed usama bin laden just before the september 11th terror attacks but he didn't. we know this because the new audio recorded on september 10th, 2001, surfaced just this week. >> i'm just saying, you know, if i was usama bin laden, he is a very smart guy. i spent a lot of time thinking about him and i nearly got him once with. [ laughter ] i nearly got him. and i could have gotten -- i could have killed him, but i would have had to destroy a little town called kandahar in afghanistan and kill 300 innocent women and children and then i would have been no better than him, and so i didn't do it. wow. former cia officer gary bernsten led the agency. gary, thanks for coming on.
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>> good morning, tucker. >> they have lied about this for years. to me, to anyone who has ever asked turned down an opportunity to kill bin laden and now we know the truth. are you shocked by this? >> well, i'm not shocked at all. they had more than half a dozen opportunities to kill bin laden. mike schurr, who ran that part of the counter terrorism center gave him many opportunities. i ran the branch that was the hezbollah branch there. and similarly, you know, bill clinton knew that the iranian government tried to kill 300 people at towers in 1996 and suppress that as well. it was a trend it wasn't just the al qaeda things. it was al qaeda and hezbollah and it was iran. this administration would not hold people to account and it it was afraid to act. >> again, they have lied about it vigorously ever since. what do you make of the former president's formulation if i had caused civilian casualties, killing bin laden, i would have been no better than he.
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what do you think of that? i think it's a ridiculous statement. they always want to limit casualties. we want to target specifically. we don't want innocences to die. in that particular case he was talking about. which mr. schurr and the bin laden group teed up for him. there wouldn't have been civilian casualties. he was in an isolated area. so unfortunate. consistent with the way the clinton administration operated during that period of time. >> is anybody going to ask hillary clinton who is basically running for president on her husband's achievements while president, she is pretty open on b. that ask her about this? is this a decision that you agree with hillary clinton? would you do this again? do you think it's a fair question to ask her? >> i think it's a fair question, especially if she is going to run on her husband's record that was a very poor part of his record and it demonstrated an unwillingness to it defend the interest of the united
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states that politically expee genesee. in the end we paid a very very high price for. this we had 3,000 people dead. >> do you think the obama administration is learning anything from this mistake? >> i don't think they are learning -- it's important to talk about the clinton situation because it's a reflection of what is happening right now. >> isis has over a billion dollars. it has land massed three times the size of lebanon. it has a thousand safned its people that are foreign passports. a number of them have american passports. the obama administration needs to look at that and recognize that this is going to happen again if we do not act to defend our interests. >> it's unbelievable. gary berntsen, honor to have you this morning.
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thanks for joining us. >> it's a pleasure, tucker. >> 18 children died this year after being left alone in hot cars. a teen with an invention that might put an end to that epidemic. stay tuned. 'wóóñt
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welcome back. it's time now for your news by the numbers. first up, nearly $40 million worth. police in east tennessee seizing 37,000 pot plants from a field. the field has been destroyed. up in smoke. no arrests have been made. next, $6.11 the average price of a pound of bacon is an all time high. it's a 14% increase since last year. thanks for the hog virus. and finally, 45,000 pounds. that's how much butter
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spilled on to an indianapolis interstate. the truck carrying the dairy, flipped on its side. the driver uninjured. par characterization is it really butter? >> another mother this time in atlanta, georgia facing charges for leaving her four kids ages 1 to 6 in the car to go shopping. this as the horrifying figures continue to rise. since 1998, 628 children have died from being left in a car and 18 died this year alone. but one teenager wants to change that with her her invention. it's a car seat alarm that alerts parents that her child child left in the seat. here is 17-year-old elizabeth chavez. good morning,. >> thanks for being here. >> it can be placed in any infant, toddler or booster seat and senses if a child has been left in the car if the key fog is 14 feet from the vehicle. >> you won your science fair project at school. and now it's getting ready
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to be on the market. what's the one step that needs to happen. >> i need to get a prototype built. i'm running a campaign on the web site in the go go. hot seat one child too many. once i have enough funds for a prototype then i will be able to get that built and start manufacturing. >> you are 14,000 now. you need between 20 and 30,000. >> good luck to you. >> see how this works. baby in the car seat. >> so the baby in the car seat, this pad can be placed under any car seat. and you just put it under near. and now we close the door. and we can start walking away from the vehicle. >> okay. >> this key fog is sensing how far we are away. and once we are 40 feet away. [alarm] >> there it goes. wow, impressive. cars right now, they tell you when your gas is running low, they tell you if a door is open. if your seat belt isn't on, why wouldn't it tell you that your infant is left in there? isn't a human life more
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important than anything else. >> that's what my product is here for. be that reminder when the parent is too busy and can't remember. >> okay. alyssa, so this is one of many things that you have thought of to become an inventor, right? >> yes he. >> what are some of your other ideas. >> i i would love to tell you but i don't have a patent on them yet so i can't. >> he we will be looking out for you. we will be looking out for the hot seat and tell us how folks can contribute if they want to get this thing on the market? >> they can contribute on my funding web site. in the go go, in the hot seat one child too many. >> very impressive. >> thank you, anna. thanks to enterprise rental car for letting us borrow some of their cars. extreme parenting. kids being punished by doing pushups and other physical activities. is it necessary or does it go too far? we'll take a closer look at it it and then it may still be summer. we are gearing up for fall bass pro shops is here with the great hunting deals you can catch right now. the big hunting special.
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once there was a girl who even in her laundry room.ry. with downy unstoppables, she matched her one of a kind style with one of a kind scents. downy unstoppables in wash scent boosters wash in the wow. good morning, everybody. so what happens when you deny a baby deer his belly rub? >> he we found this baby deer and we are moving it out of the way so it doesn't get smashed by a tree. we started of rubbing its belly. now when we go to put it down it freaks out until we start rubbing its belly
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again. >> completely calm. [cry] >> rough and tumble construction guy doing. this workers in kentucky shot this video he when they were trying to move some nearby trees that little deer loving the attention so much much he didn't want them to leave. >> same things that parents face with the little kids, right? >> we coddle them so much. >> unbelievable. >> change the diapers. >> is he coddling that deer. that deer needs to be out there roaming the fields and rubbing its belly to too long. now wimpy deer. >> one of the questions raised by extreme parenting. new show explores how far parents can go basically thousand overbearing some of them can be in raising their children. here is a clip. >> take a drink of your lemonade. >> tears are not going to help. >> you do you want to be called a baby. >> you are hurting fetal. >> we will put him in therapy if we have to. like exposing someone to ebola.
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i feel sorry for them. >> spoiled brat. >> this isn't normal. >> this isn't normal. >> new show extreme parenting aired on bravo it follow as group of families as sort of all have extreme versions of the way they think that parenting should unfold. for instance. a woman who breast feeds her school aged child. >> and refuses to it vaccinate. >> crazy and refuses to vaccinate the kids also. like the mom on game of threatens to who is like brees feeding 10-year-old. >> family who is very adventurous and want to teach their kids to be minute minimal lists. they don't live in a home but in their cars. >> i kind of like the minimalists. i think parents ought to have a lot of latitude. obviously an awful lot of latitude in deciding how to raise their children just because something is unpopular doesn't mean it's wrong or bad. on the other hand, i usually would stop breast feeding by 7. i do. >> the cut off is 7. >> traditional on that.
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kids 12 is tooled. >> some "too old. >> the gay couple in los angeles who they refuse to like leave their toddler ching sighted even for like a second. just constantly hovering over their child. >> what are the shrink bills piling up here in the future? >> it's an interesting question. thinking about this because, you know, a little bit later in the show we have the story about the mom in port saint lucy florida let her 7-year-old wander off to the park she regularly let's him do that some mom saw the kid walking to the park and said where is she mom? she has been charged with neglect. >> $4,000 bond she had to post. >> put her in handcuffs. >> for letting your kid walk to the park? i mean, look, america it's so funny. as we become more. having kids without being married is the ultimate negligence in my opinion. we seem to be more tight
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about kids. overbearing way bad for them. having watched a lot of kids grow up since i'm 45 now, you can tell who is going to screw up. little kids with bad parents not going to turn out well it doesn't. >> judgmental about the way. you see every outing that everybody goes on and every time somebody gets potty trained the whole world knows about it it child is is so different. so maybe these extreme parenting methods actually work. i had a friend in high school who when she would get in trouble her dad would make her do duck waddles and pushups and crazy things around the house. my most miss chiefs have you friends gets to college and went off the rails. >> the duck waddles didn't work. >> let us know what you think foxnews.com. >> other stories making headlines this saturday want to tell it but right now. a judge ruling one of two suspects in the slender man attack case is not competent to stand trial for now but
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could be in the near future. experts say during interviews, 12-year-old morgan would laugh hysterically for no reason. squat in chairs and have imaginary conversations. guiser and wire are both aiewz can ad of stabbing their classmate 19 times. nearly killing her in order to please internet myth called slenderman. a judge will evaluate competence stand. team u.s.a.'s latest scrimmage in las vegas. we have to warn you this video is hard to watch. paul george contesting a layup attempt by james harden, oh, i can't watch. lands awkwardly on the post of the basket. and bent his leg. left laying on the court for 10 minutes before medics alive. cancelled the rest of the scrimmage. overnight george tweeted thanks everybody for the love and support i will be okay and back better than ever. love y'all.
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and cops in texas on the hunt for two suspects in az bran smash and grab. surveillance video shows the men crashing a car into a verizon wireless store in houston suburb. they jump out and start snatching phones off the shelves before speeding off. church and plate. at one north carolina restaurant. mary's gourmet diner in winston, salem offering 15% discounts for people who pray before he they chow down. the customer who got the prayer discount posted her receipt on facebook. picture went viral and criticism started pouring. in the discount is not about religion. >> it's christian or this or that it's not. it's just an attitude of gratitude. >> my wait staff is under no obligation. like some people i have work here are kind of opposed to it, and that's fine. >> mary says the discount is not a set policy. and it's up to the server's discretion to it apply it
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even if you are not a person of faith it's nice to take a moment and thank the people who prepared the food and relax for a second. >> we are thankful this morning for janice dean the weather machine she is out in the pouring down rain this morning. hey, janice. >> look who joined me. look at these lovely ladies. what the heck are you doing out here in the pouring rain? where are you from? >> pennsylvania. >> and what are are you doing out here in the pouring rain? >> we came to see you excellent answer. what show are you going to go see. >> wicked. >> wicked weather out here today. going to be a very soggy weekend for a lot of cities all up and down the coast line. but i also want to talk about this. tropical storm bertha, 50 mile-per-hour sustained winds, south-southeast of puerto rico. and it's going to continue to kind of move to the north and west and then curve towards the north and east
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in the next couple of days. that is great news. we do not think it is going to it effect the u.s. excellent news. across the west. monsoonal moisture bringing down some potential, several inches across portions of the four corners region. and there is your wet weather for much of the weekend. up and down the northeast coast line. so, bring your umbrellas. thanks for coming out, ladies. >> thank you. >> i found some friends. even in the rain, tucker. back to you. fishing season doesn't seem like it's over yet but hunting season is on the way. it is the biggest hunting sale of the year. 63 stores, 17 days. three weekends, and big deals. it's the bass pro shop 2014 fall hunting classic. and theresa veil of bass pro shops joins us live. >> this is my favorite time of the area. because everybody is gearing up for hunting season and bass pro wants to help. over the next 17 days, three big weekends in 63 bass pro
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shops across the country, they are having a huge show and sale called the annual fall hunting classic. >> that is so cool. i'm going. what are you highlighting. >> what are we highlights? right here the bear archery encounter on sale for 299.97. we have three right here you can see the redhead bows. >> that is one light compound bo. >> this is so popular. >> it has gotten very very popular. >> 299.97. redhead compound bows that you you see he here all on sale for 369.97. what's great about this. they come as a package deal. accessories that normally you would buy separately come with it we also have gold tip arrows. both normally $50 on sale for 25. >> the case is 25 bucks? >> yeah. can you can believe that? >> plano. >> plano. >> also makes great tackle boxes. so you have atvs, too. >> yes. >> all-terrain vehicles on sale. >> atv the wild cat trail, it has 60-horsepower so it
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has plenty of muscle for work. plenty of go for play time. what's great about it, it's 50 inches wide so go places that most side by sides can't go. legal in all 50 states. >> gas engine? >> yes. so it features -- i think they are showing it right now. features front and nitrogen gas shocks. on top of that there is more. on top of that 300-pound capacity cargo box with a trailer hitch. >> that's ridiculous. how fast is that? 60 ohorse? >> fast. >> how much is that? >> you would have to check the web site. it's bass pro.com/classic. all the price because there are various models. >> i really want one. >> go buy one. >> i think i'm going to. we will be back to he see new just a second. >> thanks a lot. this video led to two game suspension for nfl star ray price. he has since apologized. i beg your pardon, to his now wife. was the punishment enough? former nfl star randal hill weighs next.
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some headlines for you this morning. 8-year-old boy and grandmother brutally attacked by a otter in washington. the boy's grandmother got him out of the water but not before the otter injured her eye. the little boy needed stitches. vicious little animals they are. what's the secret sneaking into an old nfl stadium. wear a tie and pretend you
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work there a brave 49ers fan taking this photo outside of candle stick park. he said quote it's like heaven. >> anna. >> all right, tucker, thanks. >> baltimore ravens star ray rice finally apologizing to his wife publicly five months after he was charged with assault. seen as you see in this video dragging her out of an elevator in casino in atlantic city. >> one thing that i wanted to do today was, you know, apologize to my wife. and, you know, i just replay over in over in my head that's not me. my actions were excusable. he was suspended for two games but some say that is not enough. randal hill joins us. >> morning. >> because this has been in headlines for quite a while we have gone down the road and talked about domestic violence and how terrible that is no matter how you slice it let's talk now about does the punishment fit the so-called crime or what allegedly happened
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here? two games is, that too lien jent? >> no. i don't know what actually happened inside that elevator. so, you know, maybe the nfl has some other clues as to what's going on. i mean, you are talking to a pure investigator because i'm a federal agent and also a former police officer. but bottom line is, if you can deduce from what ray rice said, and that was all the evidence that was there, i don't think that the punishment fit the crime. i think there should have been more game suspension and definitely some outreach to domestic violence issues. but, you know, stephen a. smith got it wrong. i mean, he absolutely got it wrong. he should have explained a little bit more as to what he really meant. bottom line is, no one should touch anyone. a woman, a true woman doesn't touch a man and a truman definitely does not hit a woman. >> as you say, if it is indeed too lenient. i mean, he lost -- ray rice lost a little over half a million dollars for the suspensions here which blows my mind that these players are making this much money in the first place. what type of story does this
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really paint about professional athletes and their inconvincibility. that's the wave that they seem to the young people who look up to them. it's absolutely a travesty and reminds me of the jay-z situation. it's sending a bad message. domestic violence is an issue and goes both ways. definitely shouldn't put your hands on a a woman. as a woman you shouldn't have to put your hands on man. true individuals who are trying to develop a relationship, you know, should get along, should talk about things. we even had classes when i was in the nfl, if there is a domestic violence issue, make sure you call the police because of the sword definitely works both ways. >> randal hill, former nfl player, thanks so much for your time today. >> thank you. >> 48 manipulates after the hour. first the irs targeted tea party groups. now churches? just conservative churches. got to hear this one.
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now, go to xfinity on demand and select the people's hotlist to see this summer's top 100 shows and movies. i voted! . here's a story we'll be talking about at my house all week long. a florida mom arrested for letting her 7-year-old son walk to the park alone. down in port st. lucie, florida. now she's facing charges for child neglect. >> i let him go up there and play. i give him a cell phone so i can check on him regularly and he
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can call me if there's any emergency. they had me in handcuffs and told him after he took him out of the cop car, to go to his room. he said mommy i'm sorry, i wanted to go to the park. >> we're seeing more and more parents being turned into criminals because other people don't like the way they are parenting. some even facing prison time. is that fair? first of all, she's handcuffed, handcuffed for neglect. first of all, what is neglect. was that too far? >> was it too far? you know what is neglect, mom crying to mommy i'm sorry i went to play. is the child being put in some form of harm. whether it's not getting enough food, education, physical neglect. it doesn't seem like any of the evidence here that the mom was doing anything wrong. it seems like the damage to the
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child was done when he to see his mother in handcuffs. >> port st. lucie, florida, not exactly the crime capital of the world. he wants to go to the park. another mom sees him walking by himself to the park. says where is your mom. >> on the stupid parenting meter this comes between putting your child in front of the drapes with a pack of matches and park the suv out. you can't let a 7-year-old walk to the park. bad people can get in. >> i respectfully and vehemently disagree. it was normal. here's the difference. the crime rate in brooklyn, new york was through the roof. we had all kinds of freedom at a young age. nowadays yes, i know what john
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is saying parents allow children -- said criminal act? somebody put in handcuffs and liberty taken away? >> you can't legally let your 7-year-old sit in your house alone at that age. states have guidelines. in florida it's 12. you can't leave a child in the safety of your own home under the age of 12. how do you push him out the door and let him walk half a mile to a park. >> he's going somewhere he knows. he's been there before. >> how many children -- >> it's a very low crime area. how many children have been killed in an automobile. how many children are killed choking while eating a food. >> it's because adults are behind the wheel. >> if you want to tell me the mom should have gotten a talking to. putting handcuffs in her like she robbed someone.
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>> there's a test one should pass before you procreate. >> lack of common sense by the police department. >> lack of common sense by the mom. >> good debate. we want to hear from our viewers. frie "fox & friends".com. coming up, the top dog at the cia caught spying on congress but is an i'm sorry enough. governor mike huckabee says no way. he joins us at the top of the hour. he's walking by himself. is that neglect. can you guess who this is. listen to this song. ♪
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august, 2014. fox news alert. deadly ebola virus set to arrive on u.s. soil any moment. two infected americans returning home for treatment. how worried should you be. >> the house of representatives passes a border bill as the president plays the blame game and threatens to go it alone. >> i'm going to have to make some tough choices to meet the challenge with or without congress. >> governor mike huckabee joins us in just moments to react. have you heard this story? a granny stopped for speeding, gets a ticket and then sends a thank to you the officer. awesome reason why and she joins us live this hour. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. she gets pulled of for speeding and the sheriff comes over and gives stickers and things to the grandchildren.
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she goes he stopped me from committing a crime and did a good thing. >> my little girl was born, i was speaking to get to dinner before closing hours and i went through a red light. i'll let you go. your little girl needs you. don't speed again. >> i don't i i ever thanked a cop who pulled me over. we've been talking about it for a while. deadly ebola virus is set to arrive on american soil at any moment. two aide workers will arrive today in marietta, georgia and brought to emory hospital. >> on to another fox news alert. congress finally votes before the august recess and it was a
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crucial one. $225 million package is approved to replenish israel's critical iron dome defense system that comes as the israel/hamas cease-fire is blown to bits. gaza now being pummelled as the israeli military looks for its missing soldier. the city of rafah in gaza strip seeing most of the violence. the area's hospital evacuated. the idf conducts a massive search for a second lieutenant dragged away into a hamas tunnel. in no thrill for riders on six flags nitro roller coaster. it lost power while going an
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upclimb. no word on what caused the power failure. >> come close. look at your screen. who is the strapping young fellow in this picture? it's vice president joe biden at the age of 26. the veep instagram his pic as his throw back thursday. the post is really just a plug for a young people to sign up for obamacare. he captioned the pic, short sleeve button downs are coming back but health care has always been in style. >> governor huckabee is here. who did you think that was? >> i thought it was tucker carlson. he had that's duave, debonair look. i thought that was tucker. >> governor you're here on an interesting morning. there's a lot of news in washington. we thought there would be in the summer doldrums. yesterday a flury of activity on
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capitol hill. members of the house of representatives where speaker boehner wasn't going to hold a vote, rushing back to the capitol please hold a vote. they pass this border bill in the house. going to hand it over to the senate but then crickets in the senate because harry reid and the senate had gone home. >> the biggest i think point of amazement is president obama goes to the podium in the white house press room, surprise announcement on friday that way it's hard to react to it. he goes there and basically says i may have to go it alone because congress won't act. congress can't act when his democratic leader harry reid disappears and takes the senate with him. the house is in business. they pass a bill. but obama has said it's still their fault even though they passed something and even though he's like a dictator and says if they don't pass exactly what i want i won't sign it. i wish being an executive it was so easy you tell people in the
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legislature what you wanted and they fold over like a cheap tent in a windstorm. >> he doesn't want congress to act. >> no. >> he gets a lot out of whipping the department base into a friendy and saying the republicans are bigots because they are not for immigration reform. and then bringing in amnesty. >> he knows he can't do it. i don't think he can get through that the senate even with democrats in charge. i don't think company. a large part of that is because there's a rising anger among the american people as they see the flood of these immigrants coming in. no attempt to heck them out. just open the borders, let them come. spreading them all over the country. you got democratic governors who are unhappy about it. this is blowing up in his face like a cigar. >> on the republican side -- why is there disunity among republicans. what are you hearing from the republicans you talk to. >> you know, frankly there's a
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big difference between the republicans who want cheap labor and republicans who want to make sure that there are jobs for a lot of working class americans. that is not only a philosophical division. there's a lot who say we want cheap workers. we want to make sure business can have the highest profits they can and they do that by cheap labor. that's not a good long term idea because it keeps a lot of americans who would go to work out of work because a lot of americans are not going to work for nothing. if you work under the table you'll get paid less. >> i want to switch gears and talk about america's top spy, cia director john brennan. there have been calls for him to step down. a couple of democratic senators saying this probe that's come out and shows that you are essentially spying on us and they are saying hey it's time to go, he's apologized for this. what do you say?
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>> apologies are fine. it's like if you kmat crime, i'm so sorry. doesn't mean you're off the hook. i want to be careful not to call john brennan a criminal. but when you violate the separation of powers as was violated by having the executive branch spy on the legislative branch that's a serious breach of the constitutional trust that should exist. john brennan should go. you had two democrats who say that. god bless them for having the integrity of really their own constitutional principles to say that. but he ought to be glad that all he's being asked to do is walk the plank rather than, you know, to be cuffed and stuffed over this. >> but here's why i'm confused. the cia spies on senators. >> yeah. >> that's beyond dispute and only two of them call for his resignation. why the impulse to defend that. it's indefensible. >> same reasoning you have democrats who defend what the president does by completely
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running the country by executive order as if he's a monarch rather than a president. >> would you call him a liar. let's look at some video from march. is john brennan a liar. >> when the facts come out on this a lot of people who are claiming that there's been this tremendous spying and monitoring and hacking will be proved wrong. >> so was he lying or does he simply not know? if he doesn't know how does the cia director not know what members of the cia are doing the senate. >> i can believe he didn't know that. if he didn't know that then he still has responsibility for it happening under his watch. either he lied or didn't know. he's either dishonest or incompetent. either case he should have to go. if you're incompetent you should be fired. if you're not being honest and lost your integrity you got to be fired. either way john brennan needs be relieved of duty.
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>> video came out of former president bill clinton a day before september 11th that rattled our nation saying that he a clear shot at osama bin laden and didn't take it. listen to this. >> i'm just saying, you know, if i was osama bin laden, he's a very smart guy. i've spent a lot of time thinking about him. and i nearly got him once. i nearly got him. and i could have got him, i could have killed him, but i would have to destroy a little town called kandahar in afghanistan and kill 300 innocent women and children and then i would have been no better than him. and so i didn't do it. >> the most silly thing about that when you hear the laughter in the background. i realize this is before 9/11. there's an irony there. i don't blame bill clinton for that. i don't even blame the audience for that. think about how they must have felt when a few hours later they were watching as every american
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was the twin towers fall and thinking a few hours ago i was chuckling about this guy and now look what he was capable of doing. it makes clinton look bad but let's be fair to him and, you know, i'm going to be stretching myself out here. but nobody predicted the magnitude of 9/11. nobody. george bush's administration had been in power now for nine months. did they have a shot at him? i don't know. if they they didn't take it. nobody thought something of the magnitude of 9/11 was possible. because think about how shocked we were. this was not like well we saw this coming. no, we didn't. that's the reason it was such a gut punch to this country. we didn't see it. >> totally right and fair. thank you for being fair. the thing that bothers me about what the former president said was the last line, the phoney moral equivalent between the united states and bin laden.
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if we encouraged civil casualties we're no better than bin laden. >> there's no symmetry between what bin laden did and we do. we put it in the form we have allow and sense of propriety. sometimes people get killed. it's on the order to prevent hundreds thousands more to be killed. was it a good thing? no. a necessary thing. history will say it was. >> tucker asked it earlier of gary bernsten a former cia officer on the show about hillary clinton. if she's running on his coattails for many years and her accomplishments are his accomplishments really is it a fair question to ask her on the campaign trail about that incident? >> i think it's a fair question but her answer should not be the sole reason by which people say i'll vote for or against hillary clinton. she can't be responsible for everything her husband did any
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more he can be responsible for what she did. she has plenty to answer for during her tenure as secretary of state and that is a record that she can't say well that was my husband's decision. when we're talking about benghazi, when we're talking about the russian reset, when we're talking about our failures in syria, our complete collapse with israel, our disaster with egypt. she owns that. she has to answer for that. it makes a lot of difference. this is a dangerous world we're living in and it was made more dangerous by her policies and that of her boss, barack obama. much more dangerous. >> real quick 8:00 tonight the huckabee show will be on. >> marsha blackburn will be on with us. she will share about the inside dealings of this immigration bill. and a guest who will tell me why i've been gun fair about the situation in gaza. i'll say let's see.
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>> debate tonight on the huckabee show. that will be good. thank you. coming up here first the irs targeted tea party groups now churches. but just conservative churches? you got hear this one. emergency responders just a car window to save a lifeless baby inside. turns out it was lifeless because it wasn't real. that story coming up.
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the irs has a new target, the pulpit. the agency could be coming to a church near you and you can thank the atheists for it.
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the group called freedom from religion organization. the irs has decided to keep a closer. >> i on nonprofit religious groups monitoring sermons and homilies for rngs content. joining me now is former department of justice attorney jay christian adams. what is it about threat. you've seen this in the last year time and time again, liberal politician, liberal groups asking the irs to crush organizations they don't agree with. what is that? >> well, it goes way back in history. the left always goes after religion. they don't like religion. it's why the freedom from religion foundation is trying to convert theology inpolitics. they want irs to view any positions they take on theology such as abortion, homosexual marriage all these different issues they want them to convert the politics and say hey that's not theology that's political
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you shouldn't be talking like that. they want to use the irs as a weapon against christianity, against faith. >> the iron injuries of course, if you watch any democratic campaign particularly in the south, in urban areas on the ground, like on election day, it's churches that in many cases are paid -- in every case pretty much -- to get out the vote. identify seen it personally many times. it's not those churches that are organs of the democratic party that are coming under greater scrutiny? >> no. the freedom from religion hates what the conservative wing stands for. they hate the things that people who go to more traditional churches, against things such as abortion stand for. that's what they want to stamp up and shut people up about. tucker, it's not just about democrat/republican. this is about believer versus nonbeliever. this is about using the power of government to go after faith.
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that's what it's about. sure there's going to be churches in the south that help democrats but it's a much bigger and far more dangerous campaign they are on. >> so i want to play a sound bite from dan barker the co-president of freedom from religion foundation on why they struck this deal with the irs. here it is. >> if churches can get away with that then they become a political action committee that's not accountable, people can start pouring money into churches for political reasons to mobilize the vote and that's just not what the nonprofit irs law was intended to do. >> ah-ha. as distinct from the freedom from religion foundation which is, apparently not engaging in politics here. but this is basically an assault on people of faith. >> this is what i said. he adp mitts what i charged him with. what they want to do is use the power of government just like they did against the tea party, tucker. it's the same thing.
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they want to turn belief in constitutional principles, belief in god into a political thing. they say that's political. you can't think like that. they want to use the irs to go after people who express their faith from the pulpit and urge action. that's the important part. they want people who believe to shut up. they don't want people who believe to do anything about their theology. that's why this is such a dangerous development in this country. >> jay christian adams, so much going on in the world. i'm grateful you're paying attention to things like this because we would miss them otherwise. coming up, the science is in. who lies more, men or women? the result could surprise you. not really going to surprise. we have it anyway. plus the wild, wild west comes back to life with season four of "hell on wheels." it's here live. when folks think about what they get from alaska,
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life in the world west wasn't easy and most of the time lawless. >> having to rely on your gut and gun and defend yourself. >> let go of my horse. >> don't touch me. >> i'd listen to her. >> i suggest you turn around and -- >> oh, yeah. wow. joining us is that man, ans ansonmann. >> it's our martial arts film. and also it appeals to that thing in us that thinks, okay,
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in a collapse of society would i be able to follow my gut, which is the same thing that is at the point of interest of the zombie apocalypse movies and most recently this young adult dystopian movies. in that generation they see that as science-fiction. >> there was a long period in american history 20, maybe 20 years where westerns did not work well. until clint eastwood brought it back. when he brought it back in early '90s. there was a period -- now americans are sort of salivating for westerns. >> it keeps come back. we keep losing it because, i think, of this loss of our sense of history but also technology now. if you can imagine that you can put it on the screen, so sci-fi, you can do it. it wasn't until, you know, when
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i was a kid, "star wars" happened and everybody said oh, my god you can do this. >> it was a western. "star wars" was really a western, wasn't it? >> at its heart, absolutely. >> so the plot line of the story is big government, big business fighting for control in cheye e cheyenne, wyoming. >> season four, we couch season four in cheyenne which is only one of the cities built in preparation of the railroad. because there was no state by the time the railroad got there it was being run by criminals. they had to figure out how to go in get the criminals out and get the railroad through. >> you are the great, great grandson of confederate calvary colonel. >> i am. >> does that form your acting. >> i had a grand father who brewed moonshine. doesn't affect me how i drink.
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>> season four kicks off tonight, right? >> yeah, that's right, tonight at 9:00 p.m. on amc. can we get my charity. >> i was about to ask you. >> tell us about this raffle. >> amc and i have partnered with omaze.com and my charity find dmd which you can go to fight dmd. we're doing online raffle and for ten bucks you can buy a chance to win an all expense paid trip for two to calgary, come visit our set. i'll shoot mosquiskeet with youe go fly-fishing, a six course meal. >> we'll have it up on foxandfriends.com. we'll have a link so if you want to enter the raffle. >> please.
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help fight muscular dystrophy. >> congratulations. season four kicks off tonight. >> hell on wheels. >> thanks for having me. coming up on the show emergency responders bust a car window to save a lifeless baby inside. it turned out it was lifeless because it wasn't real. >> it may be summer but we're gearing up for hunting season. bass pro shops are here with the deals you can catch right now. >> let's check in with eric bolling on what's ahead on "cashin' in." >> rahm emanuel wants president obama to send illegals his way. but chicago is broke. should your city take them or should they say no. "cashin' in," 11:30. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion.
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national ice cream sandwich day. this is one of the reasons this show has been so bad for me. lots of food particularly today because it's ice cream sandwich day and it goes without saying we're celebrating in a huge way, new york's famous magnolia bakery dropped off about 100 pounds of these. >> red velvet. this is a blondy. >> this has sea salt. is this chocolate chip. >> it's ridiculous. i got to stop eating on this
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show but i can't control myself. >> we're not live on the air. >> calories don't count. >> magnolia bakery thanks so much. >> let us know when we're back from commercial. >> when i first moved here my walk home was going past mag nompb lia. i'm going turn into a cupcake. >> you were eating your feelings. >> thank you. these are amazing. >> we'll eat while you do headlines. >> very serious. that deadly ebola virus about to arrive on u.s. soil and fox news alert. first 2005 infected american aide workers from africa land today at dobbins air force base in marietta, georgia. >> reporter: we don't know when that plane will touch down in
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georgia. we're told it will land at a military base but that this is not a military evacuation. the gulfstream medevac plane is privately chartered plane that can only take one of the infected patients at a time and they are going to extreme measures to ensure the safety of the crew during the transport. ebola patients are going to be in a specifically designed pod originally built by the cdc in case their health workers became infected with some type of disease and need treatment. now it is bringing back these two americans who went to africa to help and are now on their way home after becoming victims themselves. >> the reason we are bringing these patients back to our facility, is because we feel they deserve to have the highest level of care offered for their treatment. >> reporter: now the latest outbreak of ebola in africa is the largest and most deadly on record. the initial symptoms present themselves as something akin to
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the flu and get significantly worse from there but there's no established treatment for ebola. at the same time it's impossible to get from casual contact even with someone who is infected. the two patients will be in an isolation building where they will receive fluids and other care in hopes their immune system can beat back the virus. >> we're pulling for them. thank you for that update. also this morning desperate search for that missing oregon mother expanding this morning to several remote islands near the washington coast. the san juan islands are nearly 300 miles away from the pharmacy she was last seen nine days ago. detectives believe she may have traveled there undetected because the ferries don't require any identification. still no sign of her missing car. we get lots of reports finding jennifer or so they say, lots of tips and leads. but the fact that we haven't
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found her car yet is odd. >> she was last seen buying snacks and over-the-counter sleeping pills. her bank account and credit cards haven't been used since. some confusing moments for rescue workers in new jersey when they thought they saw a lifeless baby trapped inside this hot car. they smashed through the glass to rescue this child. then they realized it wasn't a real baby. when the car owner arrived she was able to explain her daughter belongs to her 2-year-old granddaughter. the city agrees to pay for that window. who lies more men or women? a poll finding men stretch the truth about four times a week, women only three times a week. michael says men lie more to keep the peace with women. teresa says the only time men don't lie are when they are asleep. justin says i think maybe women were not being truthful about how often they lie. >> they took a poll to get these
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answers. how would we know they are not lining to the poll? >> people don't lie in polls. >> right. >> get out of here. >> what do you want us to save you. >> carrot cake. save some for me. you know what look who comes out to see us in the rain. tell us where are you from. >> south carolina, pennsylvania, pence. south carolina. pennsylvania. >> the weather girl forgets the umbrella. temperatures in the 60s especially along the east coast. cold front moving in. southwest you'll see the potential for some flash flooding against with that monsoonal moisture an then not so fun, you will recall, bring your umbrellas across the northeast. you'll still have a lot of fun.
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this is a great town. across the mid-atlantic up towards new england and that will continue throughout the day and into tomorrow. thanks for coming, everybody. >> thank you. what channel do you like the most. >> fox! >> yes. back inside. yeah! >> well, it's the biggest hunting sale of the year, 63 stores, 13 weekends, amazing deals bass pro shop 2014 fall hunting classic is upon us. teresa from bass pro is here. she was miss kansas 2013. we also have anson mount the famous actor. awesome guy. terrific hunter. >> so i want to tell you, this is the greatest hunting sale of the year. not just a sale. it's also a seminar of some sorts. bass pro brings in dozens of hunting experts for this and they give seminars on how to make you more successful. august 9th and 10th is our next
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a. hey everybody thanks for sharing your saturday with us. a recent survey of small business owners found that 33% were unable to fill open positions because they couldn't identify any qualified applicants and 43% said those unfilled positions were keeping their businesses from growing. we have the founder of united states continued service. and john gilliam to tell us how vets can come back and fill these jobs. >> jonathan, one of the things we've seen over the last few months we've begun to explore is the gap between companies who say they want to hire vets and vets finding those companies and
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you say in particular small businesses are having a tough time finding veterans to employ. >> right. let's start off with big companies and the banks and all these people that have veteran programs. the biggest mistake they are making they are bringing veterans on and retraining them. instead of recruiting veterans that have a specific skill maybe in hr. maybe they worked in the hr department in afghanistan or iraq. let them utilize those skills. >> how is the situation now from what you're seeing. you're traveling the country trying to match veterans with companies and jobs. if you look at the unemployment rate it's about 6%. that's more than 638,000 unemployed veterans right now and we got tens of thousands more coming home. will this situation get worse or improve? >> i think it will get worse. that reason, with the large businesses and also with the smaller businesses that are very
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pinpointed in what they do, veterans that come back that can do those skills are more likely to not go to those companies because it's a risk going a smaller company. at least they think it is. we've seen now hagerstown companies fold because of the way the economy is. so i think there's a risk no matter where you go but you have to look at the main things for veterans, especially, when you come home you need to look for a place you're comfortable with, that will utilize the skill that the government spontaneity lot of money training you on. >> i talked to a lot of ceos out there, major companies, especially in the energy sector, health care sector, technology sector. they tell me i would love to hire veterans i can't find them and also they don't have the correct skills. you're telling me many of these veterans do have the skills. so where is the disconnect? >> i just think that there's a lack of understanding on the part of the private and public sectors and i think that the military veterans are not set up properly when they leave the military. we go through a program that's a
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check the box program, worthless program. i went through it. didn't do anything for me when i got out. >> every department -- whether it's navy, former navy s.e.a.l., navy, army they got these departments and they are telling me that this is working and you're saying it's not working. >> the transition assistance program doesn't do anything to set them up mentally, physically. it doesn't teach these veterans you're good at crisis management or task orientation. those people can be hired for those things. new gave me a lot more work to do for the rest of year. thank you so much. we'll be following united states continued service. >> we'll be in springfield, missouri this weekend if anybody wants to come out and train with us. >> jonathan great to have you on the show. i'll send it over to you. good job. coming up on "fox and friends weekend" the top dog at cia caught spying on congress and
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democrats are calling for his resignation. why is the white house standing by their man? she was pulled over and given a ticket for speeding but instead of getting upset she sent the cop a thank you note. you'll meet the grandmother behind this coming up. you used to sleep like a champ. then boom... what happened? stress, fun, bad habits kids, now what? let's build a new, smarter bed using the dualair chambers to sense your movement, heartbeat, breathing.
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53 minutes after the hour. a washington state grandmother got a ticket for speeding. but instead of being angry at the cops, she actually sent a thank you note? are you kidding me? tanna balmer was on her way to see old faithful with her grandkids when she was stopped. when it came time to pay the fine, she slipped in this note. officer mike nielson made it a good experience for my grandchildren by talking with
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them calmly and giving them stickers, he didn't leave me out and i got my very own sticker shock. joining us now is that grandmother and her two grandkids. good morning, guys. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> so tanna, you're in the car, headed to yellowstone national park. it's 75-mile-per-hour speed limit, you're going 95 miles per hour, all of a sudden you see blue lights, tell us how it plays out. >> okay, i'm had actually just looked at my speedometer and was like wow, i got a little high here. so we pulled over and the police officer walked up. and all of a sudden my little 4-year-old, payson, she was a little nervous and worried i was going to go to jail. and i opened all the windows and he started talking to them. he put everybody at ease, he had a great attitude. asked us where we're going. and went back to the car.
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and got stickers and brought them little stickers and badges and so he was kind of good for them because it just calmed them down. and -- >> it probably calmed you down, too. you're trying to set a good example for your grandkids and you get caught speeding. i'm sure it was inadvertent, anyway. taylen, you said the officer had good customer service, is that right? >> yes. >> why did he have good customer service? >> because he was really kind. >> what did he give you? >> stickers and badges. >> stickers and badgers. aw. and tina, i guess you own a restaurant and so they've grown up around that. they said that you should actually hire this guy because of his good customer service. who do you think other police officers could learn from this guy who stopped you? >> well i think that you know,
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there's so much bad publicity right now. and if you do something wrong, as a police officer, there's good and bad. the good ones out there are unappreciated. and i think it just maybe realize that when you pull somebody over, your attitude right away sets the tone. >> it certainly does. >> well, thank you so much. and your grandkids are adorable. we appreciate your time today. >> okay. >> no more speeding. >> thank you. >> no. cruise control is my new best friend. >> 56 minutes after the hour. bye, kids, it's called extreme parenting. kids being punished by doing push-ups and other physical activities. is it necessary or does it go too far? we take a closer look. then the president's press conference not turning out the way he'd hoped. >> i thought that you guys were going to ask me how i was going to spend my birthday. >> where's my birthday cake. reporters were really asking about what they really wanted to know. straight ahead.
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hey, everybody, good morning, today is saturday, the 2nd of august, 2014. the house manages to pass a border bill. but nancy pelosi apparently not happy with this. >> apparently i hit the right nerve. >> what that congressman said to get her to cross the aisle. literally. there she goes. >> at high speed. the top dog in the c.i.a. caught spying on congress and lying about it. now even democrats are calling for his resignation. so why is the white house standing by him? we'll have details on the breaking story, coming up. and did you set your tivo, tucker, for this new show on extreme parenting?
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it's turning heads. >> take a drink of your lemonade. >> tears are not going to help you. >> do you want to be called a baby? >> put him in therapy if we have to. >> wow. is this the kind of parenting necessary? or does it go too far? "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. wake up, everyone. good morning, it's 9:01 on the east coast. clayton and i framing the wonderful anna kooiman. >> book ends. >> we're the trim. >> we're the crown moulding. >> exactly. >> welcome, thank you for watching "fox & friends" this morning. hopefully you were out enjoying your friday night. we're paying attention to what drama was unfolding in washington last night. >> there was drama after much back and forth, the house representatives did pass a bill, a border bill, appropriating
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$694 million for border security. this is billions less than the president asked for. it also was unilateral. the you state senate was not in washington last night. they were already on a five-week recess. but the bill is passed. and you should have seen the reaction. senator, congressman tom marino, republican of pennsylvania, said this. watch. >> you know something, that i find quite interesting about the other side? under the leadership of the former speaker, and under the leadership of their former leader, when in 2009 and 2010, they had the house, the senate and the white house and they knew this problem existed, they didn't have the strength to go after it back then. but now are trying to make a political issue out of it now. i did the research on it you might want to try it. you might want to try it madam leader. do the research on it. do the research.
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i did it. that's one thing that you don't do. >> nancy pelosi off camera and off microphone. yelling, she was upset about what the congressman from pennsylvania was saying about her leadership. republicans have been criticized recently for not taking action on immigration and democrats have the opportunity when they ran the house of representatives to do the very same thing. but she was wagging her finger and ran across the aisle. >> while he was speaking. this does not happen in the house. the house can be a rowdy place, but this is not england. people don't do stuff like this. this is what crazy people do. >> she basically said, hey, listen, you know, we passed the dream act, we tried to do some comprehensive immigration reform. it's not our fault and it's y'all's fault essentially. a spokesperson on her side has said that monroe, or marino has come forward and apologized for doing this. said i didn't apologize and i had no intention of doing so. and in fact during this exchange, that was off-mike,
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pelosi said something nasty according to marino. he took to twitter and said representative pelosi called me an insignificant person on the floor of the house. i'll ponder that for a while driving to williamsport tonight. of course, i'll be driving myself. with no staff or security. and i'm just a country lawyer who worked in a bakery until he was 30. so maybe i'm not significant enough to question the former speaker. so really, if the accusations are true that she said he was an insignificant person, that's below the belt. >> he's a member of congress. >> yeah, a member of congress. that's what you go to when you have no other argument, right? you start hitting below the belt? you start -- >> well, it hurts because it's true. here's the true part. this has been going on for a long time. it didn't start actually in this administration, we've had a border problem for 50 years, it's intensified for years, '08 anti-child trafficking law passed, an incentive for people to come here and it's accelerated since president offered amnesty to underage
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illegal aliens an inducement for people to come here. the democratic party has done nothing about it because it benefits them. that's all true, that's what congressman marino said. a hurt dog barks, she was angry. >> and republicans didn't do anything about it, either, when george w. bush, republicans and his own party fought against them. this goes back to jfk. >> but here's what's changed. all of a sudden there's a recognition and wait a second, wages have stalled. the average middle class person has less money now, a family than it had 45 years ago. that's a problem. the dissolution, the destruction of the middle class under the obama administration has accelerated. people are aware of it, they're upset about it and immigration only speeds it. >> many americans are probably upset about the dissolution of the lines between the branches of government this morning. in fact, a couple members of congress, senators on the senate intelligence committee fired up and asking for the resignation of c.i.a. director john brennan, when it was revealed this week that in fact they were spying on
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members of the senate. managed to go into their computers and watch exactly what these senators were saying and doing in their email accounts. which is of course a violation of separation of church and state -- state executive power. and the separation of state, what am i trying to say? the separation of powers between the branches of government. that the executive branch could be spying on members of the legislative branch. and lying about it publicly. john brennan of course back in march saying absolutely not. if this were to come to light this would be a major problem, but it didn't happen. >> and what's interesting is the people calling for his resignation, the first two to come forward are democrats, senator mark udall from colorado said we have no choice but to call for the resignation of c.i.a. director john brennan and senator martin hendricks from new mexico basically came up and said the same thing. other people have asked for him to apologize, which he's apologized. governor mike huckabee on the show said an apology is not enough. listen. >> when you so violate the
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separation of powers as was violated by having the executive branch spy on the legislative branch, that is a serious breach of the constitutional trust that should exist. john brennan should go. you have at least two democrats who say that. god bless them for having the integrity. of really their own constitutional principles to say that. >> so just keep in mind, this grows out of this scandal in an, and it is a scandal. the president's personal intelligence-gathering agency was spying on congress? the president is on at loggerheads with? that's the definition of a scandal. the congress is investigating, issuing a report in days on c.i.a.-enhanced interrogation techniques during the war on terror. president obama came out yesterday and addressed this. we haven't read, the rest of the country hasn't read the report, it's not public yet. he has read it and he characterized it in one of the
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weirdest ways i've ever heard. >> in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 we did some things that were wrong. we did a whole lot of things that were right. but we tortured some folks. we did some things that were contrary to our values. >> we tortured some folks. we kind of kidnapped people. waiting in line at cracker barrel. you know what i mean? kind of hanging out in front of the 7-eleven. we tortured some folks. is that what happened? we tortured some folks? >> it was slightly more complex than that members of the taliban, al qaeda that we had interrogated. meanwhile, yesterday the press corps wasn't having the president's birthday rolling out. the president didn't want to answer questions that the reporters were asking him. remember last year when the president brought up the birthday anecdote and members of the press corps bit on his question and said yeah, where are you going on your birthday? how are you celebrating your birthday? the president tried that again yesterday and the press corps
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didn't go along with it this time. >> i thought that you guys were aski going to ask me how i was going to spend my birthday? what happened to the happy birthday thing? i will, i will address two points, i'll address -- hold on, guys, come on. >> did you hear the one question? i don't know if you heard it loud enough. democrats called for the resignation of john brennan, he cut them off and said i'm not going to address that point. >> oh, how the mighty have fallen. this is a guy who had won the nobel peace prize before he had done everything. he was worshipped and adored by the messiah by the white house press corps for years. they loved him in ways that are legal still in some states. and yet apparently the bloom is off the rose. they don't love him any more. it's taken a while. >> even the mainstream media asking the tough questions and the president isn't used to if. what flavor of birthday cake are you getting me, vanilla or
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chocolate? >> we'll be all over it. we have other stories making headlines. fox news alert. ebola virus, the first of two infected aid workers will arrive today at dobbins reserve air base in marietta, georgia then they'll be brought to emory university hospital and kept in strict isolation for treatment. hospital says they'll receive the second aid work anywhere a few days. the irs has a new target -- the pulpit. the agency could be coming to a church near you. after striking a deal with m from religion foundation settling a lawsuit with the troubled agency, giving it the power to keep a closer eye on nonprofit religious groups. legal editor of pj media, jay christian adams, said this about the issue earlier on "fox & friends" -- >> they want to turn belief in constitutional principles, belief in god, into a political thing. they say,well that's political. you can't think like that. and they want to use the irs to
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go after people who express their faith from the pulpit and urge action. >> according to the settlement, the group can reinstitute its lawsuit against the irs, if it believes the agency isn't doing enough to crack down on churches. and no thrills for riders on six flags nitro roller coaster. it lost power while approaching an incline. and the people that were on board were forced to walk down the track that's 230 feet tall. fortunately nobody was hurt. the new jersey theme park shutting the roller coaster down to fix it no word on what caused the power failure. and what happens when you deny a baby deer his belly rub? a work crew in kentucky just found out. >> we found this baby deer and we're moving it out of the way so it doesn't get smashed bay tree. we started rubbing its belly and now when we go to put it down, it starts freaking out until we start rubbing its belly again. it's calm. well the crew shooting the video while trying to move some nearby
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trees. the little deer loving the attention so much he didn't want them to leave. what a good boy! >> now he can't dot rest of his job for the rest of the week, he's got to take care of a deer. >> let's go to janice dean who is outside. any more elk on the plaza this morning, janice? >> look at our fans, our fox fans, the rain has stopped. yeah. name a town real quick. >> atlanta, georgia. >> eileen, niles, michigan. >> rochester, michigan. tennessee. >> thanks to bass pro shops for their fantastic marketing campaign and getting us hats. that's our tropical storm bertha, southeast of puerto rico. we're not going to be too concerned. puerto rico, you could get some rain out of this and some winds, it moves well out to north and east as it gets close to the u.s. we're not expecting a landfall at all. really just some rough surf
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along the coast. along the mid-atlantic up to the northeast, showers and storms, it will be kind of a rainy weekend. for now we'll enjoy the fact that it is not raining out here. what's your favorite channel? >> fox! >> very nice. back inside. >> thank you, janice. remember when the president said there wasn't even a smidgen of corruption at the irs? well newly released emails prove otherwise. big-time. lois learner calling conservatives crazies, and other things we can't say on television. we'll let you guess, coming up. and secret service agenting breaking protocol. why they just gave actor bradley cooper a free pass. ♪
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do you remember when president obama said this about the irs? there were some bone-headed decisions out of a -- >> but no mass corruption? >> not even mass corruption. not even a smidgen of corruption. >> okay. >> well how is this for not even a smidgen of corruption? new emails catch lois learner of the irs ranting about republicans. calling them crazy. and a whole bunch of other words that we unfortunately cannot say on television, but you can guess. now there are renewed calls of the justice department to appoint a special counsel to look into irs targeting of conservatives which obviously took place. one of those pushing for a special prosecutor is jordan seculo, the executive director of the american center for law and justice, thank you for joining us. to the extent you can, keeping in mind this is a morning tv show with children watching, tell us what we've learned from these emails? >> the level of vitriol that lois learner had for
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conservatives, the complete this statement, through her official irs email she's name-calling, comparing conservatives to terrorists, saying we don't need to worry about alien terrorists, because we've got our own crazies that bring us down and using the colorful language we can't discuss on the air. but people can kind of figure that out. the idea that this was happening a few days after the 2012 presidential election and during the targeting, the continued targeting of the groups like the ones we represent, that have been still stalled and silenced by the irs. >> what a bigot this is like a nightmare scenario, you would have someone like this in a position of power in the irs. you should hear the whacko wing of the gop. the u.s. is through, too many foreigners sucking the teat, time to hunker down, buy ammo and food. and prepare for the end. the right wing radio shows are scary to listen to, from
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learner. great, maybe we are through if there are that many a-holes. that's unbelievable. i'm talking about the host of the shows, the callers are rabid says unknown. learner says, we don't need to worry about alien terrorists, it's our own crazies that will take us down. this raises again the question, that here we have proof that this woman had animus against groups that they targeted. why can't the congress do something about this? why is this woman living in a multimillion-dollar house in d.c., not punished at all, when we know all this? >> well this is why we're calling for and want this pressure for a special counsel. and the reason is congress doesn't have prosecutorial powers, they can't bring lois learner to court. they can file the contempt orders and things like that for testimony. but ultimately they can't fully conduct this investigation the way the fbi or doj could and we know the reason why, tucker, they aren't. there is a conflict of interest. we know that from previous lois
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learner emails that the department of justice contacted lois learner. the head of their election law division, about bringing as they put together, pieced-together lawsuits, lois learner's own words, asked by the doj to piece together lawsuits against conservative groups that they say were filing false claims, the false claims act. so criminal charges against groups is what they were working on with the doj and the fec. the conflicts of interest are the reason why the ability to appoint a special counsel exists, it's been done by previous administrations and the bush administration. but it's going to take a lot of pressure to get there. because it's up to attorney general holder. it's really the only way that she could see justice. our civil case, we can get to the truth. we can get more facts, we can get discovery. she will not go to jail because of that. >> what a horrifying abuse of power. jordan, thanks for all you do. thanks for coming on this morning, appreciate it. a new show about extreme parenting is getting the attention of a lot of people.
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extreme guide to parenting is a new reality show documenting the nontraditional ways that some parents choose to raise their kids, like this. take a look. >> take a drink of your lemon e lemonade. >> tears are not going to help you. >> you're hurting my feelings. >> we'll put him in therapy if we have to. >> i feel sorry for them. >> you're being a spoiled brat. >> this isn't normal. this isn't normal. >> beating their kids with baseballs? we want to know does this show go too far? here to weigh in is author of
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"dan gets a minivan" and parenting expert sam ettis. nice to see all three of you. dan, we see some dads there acting kind of crazy in the show. does the show go too far? >> extreme parenting. it's further proof that having kids turns you into a crazy person. >> there's a balance, right? rachel. do we need to have this extreme version of parenting where we're controlling our kids, hovering over. the show highlight as couple. a los angeles gay couple who will not let their child out of their sight, not for one afternoon. >> and obviously that concern is identifiable and relatable. it's when you take it to to that extreme. extremes don't work, in relationships, in weight loss, in parenting. there needs to be a balance and they've missed that healthy balance. >> how do you create a confident child? ? the way to do it? >> what are your goals, if your goals are to create a confident resilient child, it's probably not going to be from any of these extreme parenting
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techniques. i would argue in many ways, we're all extreme parents, this is more like nutso parenting. >> how far do you go, dan? what kind of punishment? you have this discussion about what kind of -- in the show there's push-ups and sit-ups and making their kids do all sorts of extreme -- >> i'm, i want to start my own show, low-impact parenting. after watching this. i try to be strict. we all try to exert some kind of control, right? especially at first when you're new at this whole parenting thing. then you realize, you know what, it's not like training a puppy. that's what i thought it would be like. you say sit, they're going to sit. you say stay, they're going to stay. >> we had this debate earlier on the show. dan, in your book you sort of address the reluctant father as you get a minivan and become this reluctant parent. this idea that back when we were growing up, we could walk to the park. we saw a story this week of that 7-year-old and in port st. lucie, florida, the mom gets handcuffed for neglect. here he is, he walked down the
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street to the local park and if you know anything about port st. lucie, it's a quiet, sleepy little town. >> that story breaks my heart a little bit. there's another one with a mom who had a shift at mcdonald's and brought her 9-year-old daughter to the playground and had a similar incident. i think it's sad. we have to parent to type. part of the problem with extreme parenting, these parents are not necessarily parenting to type. they're saying one size fits all. this is the way i'm parenting, regardless of who my child is. >> do you say, rachel? >> i completely agree. they parent to what's working for them as opposed to working for the benefit of the child. what's in the best interest of the children to make them healthy, happy and confident and any sort of extreme is not going to result in that. >> dan do you think the show will be a success? >> i do. i think the whole point of reality shows is to show something completely unrealistic. so, yeah, it's going to be huge. >> people are going to be tuning in to the drama do see all of these crazy parents. >> dan, rachel and sam, great to see all of you this morning. we want to know your thoughts on
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now this happened about an hour and a half into that 72-hour cease-fire. which as we know, fell apart. now, in a twist to all this, hamas's military wing is saying it doesn't know what happened to the missing soldier. that hamas believes that he was killed along with other militants during israel's heavy artillery strikes in that area. and we saw some of the artillery firing its cannons directed towards the rafa area. so the search continues for the missing soldier. as it does, the israeli army is now saying it's nearing completion of the main goal of destroying hamas's cross-border network of tunnels. that's been a primary objective since day one of operations. and once that's completed, an idf spokesperson, israeli defense spokesperson said ground troops can focus on completing the operation. we've heard talk about expanding ground operation. but what we're hearing is that high-ranking israeli military
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and government officials are saying once the tunnel operation is completed. that ground troops are going to start being pulled out of gaza. i can tell you from our location here on the ground, looking at the northern part of the gaza strip behind me, it's been quiet. there's been some outgoing israeli mortar fire. we've seen some explosions in the distance. but anna, clayton and tucker, it's not anything close to last week, the bloodiest week of fighting and over now the close to month's worth of operation protective edge. we're also hearing that a delegation of palestinian representatives, including hamas representatives and also islamist jihad representatives are heading to or may already be on the ground in cairo, egypt to talk about an egyptian-brokered cease-fire, okay? so again, the search continues for the missing soldier. it's been rather quiet. although i should mention in the distance, we are seeing some smokes. however, i should also say that the idf is telling people they need to start going back to
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their homes in northern gaza. but again, we're waiting for more action, we're wait doing see what happens. as we see some smoke in the distance. so a lot of uncertainty about what the next step is going to be. >> john huddy live for us on the border between israel and the gaza strip. thanks a lot. 35 minutes after the hour. on to more stories making headlines. the desperate search for the missing oregon mother. expanding this morning to remote islands near the washington coast. the san juan islands, one of jennifer huston's favorite childhood vacation spots are nearly 300 miles away from the pharmacy where she was last seen nine days ago. detectives believe she may have travelled there undetected because the ferries there don't require any identification. but still, no sign of her missing car. >> we get lots of reports of people finding jennifer, or so they say. lots of tips and leads, but the fact that we haven't found her car yet is odd. >> well huston was last seen
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buying snacks and over-the-counter sleeping pills, her bank accounts and credit cards have not been used since. and don't drink the water -- that's the word from officials in ohio's fourth-largest city, toledo issuing the warning to its 280,000 residents after water tests find a toxin, possibly related to algae from lake erie is in there. officials say boiling the water will only make the toxin worse. and secret service breaking protocol. a new book claiming they gave bradley cooper a free pass through security at the correspondents dinner 2013. they were ordered to not check cooper's vehicle for explosives and let it roll right to the front doors? a high-ranking agency official in new york supposedly gave the order. >> you would give him a free pass. >> a different kind of pass. confusing moments for some rescue workers in new jersey when they thought they saw a lifeless baby trapped in the hot car. they smashed through the glass
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to try to save it seconds late realized it was a lifeless doll. the car's owner explained the doll belong does her 2-year-old granddaughter. better safe than sorry. let's get outside to janice dean. s that stopped raining, janice? >> it has. look at this sweet ride. this is an atv, right? all-terrain vehicle. i'm going to be taking this baby all around manhattan after this weather hit. let's take a look at the map. you never know where you're going to find on 48th and 6th. here are your current temperatures, 60s for a lot of folks along the northeast. kind of yucky weather across the eastern seaboard. across the southwest that's where we're going to see the potential for more monsoonal moisture and we're dealing with a wet weekend for much of the mid-atlantic coastline up towards the northeast. today will be the really rainy day and tomorrow we'll have some drizzly weather.
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but things will start to clear up for the new work week on monday. we're watching, this is tropical storm bertha, it's going to bring a lost rain and wind across puerto rico, bahamas, dominican republic. but we're not expecting, we're not expecting the storm to move up towards the northeast coastline. we need some whitesnake music in the background. woo hoo! back inside! >> don't steal that, janice. >> well it's the biggest hunting sale of the year, 63 stores, 17 days, three weekends and amazing deals. it's the bass pro shop 2014 fall hunting classic. >> who better to lead us through it than theresa vela, from bass pro shop. she was miss kansas 2013 and a very well-dressed young lady. >> i can't even see her. >> then it's doing its job. no, but right now over the next 17 days and three big weekends, bass pro is having this huge sale. we have over 10,000 products on sale. can you believe that? everything from bows, right here
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we have a scope. >> a rifle scope. >> when you were in the army, did you use this? >> i did not use this one. but we use scopes from time to time. this is a vx 13, 9 x 40. it's a customer favorite. on sale for $200. you have to keep in mind, the trade-in program, if you bring in any old scope, can you get up to $100 off on a new one. >> a good deal. >> a fantastic deal. it's incredible. i guess they thought that i have a better figure than a mannequin, because they have me dressed in this the c-2 right now. >> i would agree with that. >> you would agree with that, well thank you. >> mike clayton, i can't see you, either, but i'll take your word for it this is the c-2 by she outdoors, a new line made specifically for women. it's high-tech. it's made for hunting and best of all, design to fit a woman's frame. >> and the leaves are strategically placed throughout the outfit. >> do you feel like eve? and the hoody. >> this hoody.
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>> thanks for having me. >> thanks a lot. let's get over to anna. >> thanks so much. fox news alert, moments ago, fox news confirming dr. kent bratly, one of the americans infected with ebola is on board a plane now and headed to the u.s. dr. mark siegel is here with the breaking details on that story next. and what you need to look out for. also, do you ever feel like your cell phone bill is too high? huh? because it probably is the charges being crammed into your bill that you don't even know about, that's next. but first, let's check in with neil cavuto for what's coming up on the cost of freedom business block. >> now that all 50 states are dealing with this illegal immigration mess, is it time to send mexico the bill? one sheriff in ohio is doing just that. and during an ebola outbreak, why aren't airline passengers from infected nations being screened? and forget about helping our veterans, is the new va pick only helping unions?
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and a 30-tablet free trial. good morning, a fox news alert. moments ago fox news confirming that dr. kent brantley, one of two americans infected with the ebola virus in africa is on a plane back to the united states. he'll arrive in marietta georgia today before being moved into quarantine in emory university hospital in atlanta. one of two americans infected while working for the samaritan's purse in africa. >> should we be concerned here? dr. tony fausi, the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases says not so fast. >> we have the kind of health care system and the ability to isolate and use the kind of containments that we do, that is extremely unlikely, very
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unlikely that we would even have the conditions for their being an outbreak. the american public should not be concerned about there being an outbreak in the united states. because of our health care conditions. >> you heard dr. fauci. dr. mark siegel conducted the exclusive interview and joins us now. doc, what can you tell us this morning about what we can expect here when he arrives? >> dr. fauci was very reassuring, he said the virus is not mutating, it's not like the flu. we've got a very stable virus, we can predict its pattern. he differentiated between africa and here. he said in west africa, very porous borders, populated areas, very poor health infrastructure. here, super infrastructure. health infrastructure. if it does spread here at all, he is 100% confident it can be contained. fauci also talked about vaccines, let's watch. >> there are a number of vaccine candidates that are now being tested and they are at various stages of development. by the end of january, of
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we will know whether or not in fact it is safe and we believe it will be. and whether in fact it does induce the kind of appropriate immune response that we're looking for. >> clayton, he answered your question. also about how, whether we have do worry about brantley coming here. dr. brantley coming here or nurse rightbull and he says the risks are very, very small. and dr. tom friedan, who i spoke to, head of the cdc said they use the same containment areas, they do it the same way they did for sars, back in 2003, which was an airborne virus, so this virus is very hard to spread. they're going to contain it it is not going to spread. now fauci talked to me about how, the courage that these doctors showed out there in the field and how we owe it to them that they're heroes, that we owe them the honor. let's take a look. >> i think they're very courageous. they're people to be admired. they take their job and their oath as a physician and a healer
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and a health care provider to take care of people even under extraordinary circumstances. you know, we had that kind of experience, myself personally, in the very early years of the hiv/aids pandemic, when we had no idea what it was, how it was transmitted or anything like that it's what you do. it's your job as a physician. >> it sounds like if you practice responsible medicine, you can contain ebola. what if it mutates? you said i was convinced it wasn't mutating could it in the future. >> the flu virus is one that's changing genetic material all the time. it's in disguise, it comes to a costume party. it looks different than the last time you saw it that's the flu. ebola has been very steady there are a few trastrains, they are changing. since 1976, it was discovered on a river in africa, ebola river. it has not changed. the problem is the lack of
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health care and infrastructure. we're pouring all kinds of aid there. fauci is hopeful it can be contained in africa. it's not going to be spread here. here's what's coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, say prayer, get a discount. a restaurant serving that up to its customers, but some are finding it hard to swallow. do you ever feel like your cell phone bill is too high? do you ever feel like it's not too high. it probably is too high. the charges being crammed into your bill that you don't even know about. we'll tell you what they are, stay tuned. when a pro at any 2014 pga tour event sinks a hole-in-one, quicken loans will pay your mortgage for an entire year. that is how it's done. truly amazing!
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so quick can headlines for you. dramatic moments when a helicopter's landing gear fails. crews fixing it while the aircraft hovers over the heads. it is able to land safely and the uk chopper of the uk landed safely and all were safe aboard. and there is a 15% discount offer offered to people who pray before they eat. critics disgruntled, unhappy people say that the discount discriminating against any religion which is not christianity. and the owner of the diner says it is not about religion, but anybody who takes a moment to be thankful for a meal could get a discount, so there. >> thank you, tucker. everybody, check your phone bill and check it closely, because
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the cell phone provider may be cramming extra charges into the bill. how do you find out if you are being charged extra and how can you stop it? joining us now is venture beat news harrison weber. how are you? >> very well, thank you. >> what is cramming? >> cramming is what happens and it is a term for the hidden fees that sneak on to the cell phone bill. >> and where are we getting hit the hard snes. >> text messages and long distance calls. >> okay. and how are we, how are they getting our phone numbers, and are we putting our numbers into the reservation site or buying the shoes online or how are we targeted? >> well, it is mainly if you enter the number on any website that is not secured or at a coffee shop and not at the home internet, and anything can happen and it is easy to target different people and take a number. >> and it ends up hurting our wallet wallets, and we may not realize it. you have tips for us and the first sts to print your bill. how does this help?
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>> well, a lot of people don't look at the bill at all. they look at the summary and not looking at the itemized list, and it is often that the hidden fees are all of the way at the end. >> and sometimes this may be 50 cents or a couple of dollars or even higher. >> yes, up to $10. and usually stays be low $10 so it can be recurring, so it can cost you hundreds. >> so anything over $10 would cost a red flag, but it is making money. and also you say to look for company names that you don't recognize. >> on the bill, you will see different charges like the data plan and different things like perhaps, you don't have a unlimited text messaging or perhaps you do and then a company name or something that just doesn't, and something that you have never signed for it. normally those red flags are what you look for first. >> and yeah, you won't notice on the smart phones, so printing it out will help. and you say to look for terms like "stikic" or "flirting
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tips." >> well, some people do sign up for these things, but normally it is not the case. and if you have seen suspicious text message, it is something like this before. and sometimes it is no a texts message, but it ends up on the bill. >> and sometimes look for premium calls that you did not make. >> yes. >> thank you, hairsrrison weber. >> thank you for having me. >> many this the meantime, we have more "fox and friends" coming back. what super poligrip does for me is it keeps the food out. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. [ male announcer ] just a few dabs is clinically proven to seal out more food particles. [ corrine ] super poligrip is part of my life now.
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