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hello and good morning, it is saturday is, the 9th of the september, 2014. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. homegrown terror, a mystery man kicked out of a minnesota mosque may have been recruiting for isis and he may not be the only one. what we know at this hour. >> and they could have saved fur americans. but the government held them back. >> if i gave you that 30 minutes back, would ambassador stevens and sean daugherty still be alive today? >> yes. in my gut says yes. >> fateful night give their first-hand accounts of what happened. >> incredible video of
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mother earth's fury. >> watch out. >> that's the amazing moment lava sent spewing hundreds of feet into the air. we will tell you where it happened. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> you're watching "fox & friends," that's the great way to begin your day. >> well, it is a great way to begin your day. >> welcome in to "fox & friends." hey, tucker is back, i'm back. anna was holding down the fort during the labor day weekend. nice you see you, guys. >> nice to see you as well. we had the crazy mike jarrett in your seat. >> we are are learning to be lumberjacks. >> you already a lumberjack. tucker can cut down like 40 trees in five minutes. >> with a chainsaw not an ax. >> i heard them fire up chainsaws this morning. >> we are going to have an ax throwing contest.
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holly smoke. >> efforts to track isis terrorists inside the united states. listen to this. could a mystery man kicked out of a msk for spreading islamic radical messages be a recruiter for isis? this this coming as another american from a mosque joins the terror group. what we know about this suspected recruiter. good morning, elizabeth. >> good morning. let me start with him. 31-year-old amir rashaw he does have a history after escaping from somalia admitted to being at a training camp. was not a terrorist. never formally charged. fast forward to this past june he was attending a mosque in bloomington, minnesota. talking in terms of jihad and radical islamist ideology to younger members and kicked out, banned from the property. but here's the connection. that same mosque is where authorities believe a 19-year-old woman attended who is now believed to be
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isis and? syria. she told family she was taken care of wound: >> good news is that her family contacted the fbi. and that tells us we as a community we are working with our law enforcement. >> now, her family has no idea how she was recruited but they do attribute advanced social media campaigns to lure young people. authorities report at least two our young women have also left, they believe at least 15 minnesota are around 100 americans who have joined isis from around the world. anna, tucker, clayton, back to you guys. >> elizabeth prann live for us from washington: the question is why apparently hundreds of american citizens are joining terrorist group in history isis. most of these foreign born or parents foreign born
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brought here to the united states intentionally booted u.s. government for refugee camps in kenya. the somalias, anyway there are other reasons according to mike chertoff. he went "on the record" yesterday. here is what he said. >> the terrorists understood that right after 9/11 we put up some very tough measures to keep foreigners out of the country if we were uncertain about whether they were risky or not. so they started recruited americans and westerner who's don't through that same kind of vetting process. that's really the holy grail for the terrorists. an american who has the right to come back to the u.s. trained, hardened and radicalized and send that person back to carry out a terror mission. >> likely we will see smaller attacks because they have less of a signature and are harder for our intelligence to detect. but, i mean, that's the deal, right? terrorists are going to zig when we zag. and so when president obama
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campaigned on winding down the war on terror and getting out of iraq that's great and yes americans are war weary and we don't want more lost blood and treasure. at the same time we have got to protect the homeland. and if the terrorists are coming for us, would he need to do something about it even if you don't want to go to war. >> or if they are being recruited here at home. the pentagon walking back the numbers. 100 had joined the battle for isis walking it back saying dozens of them. the president saying he has developed a strategy. there has been a number of press conferences that the president has been holding over the past week it seems like finally without having a strategy the president is close to a strategy. see if you hear it in the president's words yesterday. >> we have to act as part of the international community to degrade and ultimately destroy isil. >> the goal has to be to dismantle them. i also leave here confident that nato allies and partners are prepared to join in a broad international effort.
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we are going to degrade and ultimately defeat isil the same way that we have gone after al qaeda. >> let's unpack that a little bit because he was at the nato summit yesterday and at the gulf course talking about nato leaders and you saw the jets flying over in show of nato's peter. really when you u.k., united states. >> then they went on to say actually we are not committing any troops to this effort. that all a the fighting on the ground will be done by the person pes -- people trying to overthrow assad in syria. we wouldn't have assad in the first place if weren't weak. >> why are we ignoring syria to go after this problem and not put boots on the ground in syria which is where this has grown out of, this
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fungus has grown out of syria and we're ignoring it the rhetoric is strong but reaction weak willed. >> red lines get us into trouble and how can you can say for certain because we heard from the president and we heard from secretary of state john kerry no american boots on the ground. >> we are finally getting details this morning about benghazi. it took place almost three years ago in libya. four americans died there. what happened? well it, turns out bret baier has done a fairly long, interesting special on this. the security contractors were on the ground saying they requested support once the attack began. the people under siege requested support from cia. a group of cia operatives started in their cars going to the scene and were told to stop and wait by their cia supervisor. >> >> five minutes, we're ready thumbs up, thumbs up. we're ready to go. >> then what happened? >> i said hey, we're ready to go. bob looks right through me
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and looks at the team leader and says we need to wait. >> bob was the cia's wait chief in benghazi. >> we need to get over there we're loading the initiative. >> bob looks at me and said stand down we need to wait. >> getting calls from the state department saying we are taking fire. we need you guys here. we need help. >> after being repeatedly told to wait, the security team says they defied orders and headed to the besieged consulate on their own. they asked repeatedly for armed air support which never came. >> if i gave you 30 minutes bag would ambassador stevens and sean still be alive today. >> yes, they would still be alive. >> that special airing all weekend here on the fox news channel. check your times for that but just even pulling out one of the quotes. we are starting to get calls from the state department saying we are taking fire. we need you guys here. get over here and you are told to take a you see and stand down. >> yet somehow the state department, despite this
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firsthand account from multiple sources there in this special and in this book the state department spokesperson marie harf saying yesterday actually, that isn't how it all went down. >> well, let's be clear here there was no stand down order from anyone, in the washington, in the military community or there was a short delay so they could get back up and get additional weaponry before they went into a situation that they were unaware of what they were going to be encountering on the other side. but to be clear, there was no stand down order given from anyone. there has been no evidence to support that claim throughout this entire process. it keeps coming up and every time it does, we will keep saying there no evidence. >> because now there is evidence from the guys who received the order firsthand. pretty -- by the way you will notice in her first response she said there was no standdown order given from washington. when the contractors on the ground said they received that order from their boss in libya. so, i mean, let's stop with the word games. these are guys who were
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there. and they are saying on camera this is what happened to us. she is calling them a liar, some 19-year-old sports chic, i shouldn't say that. >> pause does it really matter? this is just a fox story. this is old news. hopefully, this documentary or this book and this special by bret baier will do something to change that because four innocent americans lost their lives no matter how you slice it hundreds of people paying a final farewell to murdered journalist stephan fatwa. the memorial served as a celebration of the 31-year-old's life. family, friends, and politicians attended the service. and for the first time a letter sotloff had written in captivity was revealed. the sister reading the message he sent his family saying quote if we're not together again perhaps god will be merciful to renoon
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cooler air mass coming ine1 behind this front. as it does, we he have got severe weather that we are going to deal withçó today. this is mostly a hail and wind threat butw3 expected very strong thunderstorms moving through the eastern part of the country this afternoon. it's going to be holt and humid anywhere to the east of this front. get ready for pop-up thunderstorms. the heaviest of it willçó be along this front and then we are going to beg some very significant moisture coming in from two dinner tropic system. flooding threate1 across parts of the southwestçand also going to be talking about the first big fallq air mass >> fall air mass. that's a meerge for youi] you? fall air mass. >> coming up, as we learní n mo!mt more about the americans joining the fight with isis.ñr underway for this guy using one of the country's top schools to wage jihad against the united states. >> andq then dozens of drivers gridlock notçó because
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he has been on the run for years. new reports suggests an american citizen described as computer whiz is using skills that he used at a american university to systematically spread hate and terror to the group isis. helping recruit more jihadists from america to fight against america. jim walsh international security expert with the securities study program at the massachusetts institute of technology. thanks so much for being with us. >> good morning, friends. >> well, going to ask you this. at the beginning of the show we talked about the former department of homeland security secretary michael chertoff saying there is a reason why they are trying
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to recruit americans and it's because of their ability to get back here. but why is it that americans would ever defy the country and go join the forces with these butchers? >> yeah. i would answer that question a little differently than michael chertoff. i think they want to recruit people everywhere from the u.s. there are five times the number of recruits from britain. seven times the number in france. they want bodies. i don't think it's to send people back. when you look at the interviews with the isis members that we captured or who have quit. their goal not to hit the u.s. right now. that may be true eventually. their goal right now unlike al qaeda is to take over iraq and syria and set up a caliphate. they are very much regionally focused not globally focus canned. if they were able to do that and i don't think they are going to be able to do that. if they were going to do that then they would shift their focus to the other countries. they have been fighting a civil war three and a half years no single person has come back isis title and attacked another country.
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they are really focused on the region. >> i want to put up details on the screen to our viewers about this specific ahmed abu sam areura the brains behind the isis prop began da machine. he grew up in france. he graduated from am mers with a degree in computer science. went to the middle east for the first time in 2004 and worked for al qaeda in iraq. does that is not just at all the profile a lot of us think of when we think of islamic extremists working for isis is. he went to umass? >> umass boston not the central campus. he was a dual citizen. a syrian and u.s. citizen. he had ideological or other ties to the region. and often, you know, when people travel back -- it's not always the case, but it is certainly often the case that when people are, you know, attracted to go to a
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conflict is because there is some organic family language. some sort of reason why they are interested in the region to begin with. he was a dual citizen with syria. >> there is another possible terror recruiter on the loose from minnesota once again want to put up this guy's picture here amir originally from new jersey in 2007 detained and interrogated by the fbi in kenya after he got away from somalia. fox affiliate in minnesota. what do you make of this. >> in some ways this is actually sort of a good news story. the fbi was all over this guy. interviewed him 30 times. secondly, the local community, the local mosque kicked him out and reported to the local authorities that he was acting suspiciously. that's what you want to have happen. you want to have that coverage and you want the local community to help. >> of course. dr. jim walsh of mit. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> he left his baby in a burning hot car to die. now that father is charged
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some making news. jet dubai ordered to iran or quote be intercepted much the fly dubai plane chartered by the u.s. government left afghanistan hours later than scheduled which made its flight plan invalid. the issue cleared up and the plane continued to dubai. one of the most wanted terrorists in the world is dead. pentagon confirming al shabaab was killed in kenya. behind the kenya mall massacre that killed 68
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people. clayton. >> georgia dad harris left his son cooper inside that sweltering car seven hours in june while he sat miss had office and texted nude pictures to women including a teenager. should he face the death penalty? here arthur idol ba "aidala and jonah spilbore. malice is at the heart of the issue here. what is malice and was the prosecution correct in going after that? >> malice is when a person acts with what we call a a depraved heart. not just your general run of the mill i'm going to commit a crime. when you do did with a depraved heart. was the prosecution correct in putting that type of evidence in front of the grand jury? absolutely did this far act with malice? let's look at a couple of the facts. he drives his 2-year-old child to the work and leaves him in a parking lot after stopping at a fast food restaurant a half a mile before he got to work where he bought his child something from the
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restaurant. you forget your kid in a half a mile drive from point a to point b? oh, you t. just slips out of your mind before you walk into your work for 8 hours? >> more evidence goes on from there. texting nude photos and showing he wasn't paying attention to his son at awesome the list goes on and on. >> i would argue if i was going to be his defense attorney. i would argue that's actually why he was distracted. talk about, you know, folks, it's not happy, it's not prettiy, i'm not here to talk about something anyone should be proud of. this is why he was distracted. he was sexually aroused. he didn't. >> at work for 8 hours? >> hold on, jenna. there was a thing. he was not in his regular routine. normally he would drop the kid off at day care for some reason that didn't happen that day. >> because he planned to murder him. >> the day care place never called. here is the biggest piece of evidence, clayton. there is a video of him in the middle of the day going into his car getting his lunch or something out and apparently according to the video, he never looks back
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to see if the child is alive is dead, if s. this, is there. >> so much other evidence, too. in addition to that all the internet searches to see how bodies would look after they are killed. doing all sorts of internet searches about life insurance policies and other things. would that point towards malice? certainly premeditation. >> absolutely. he also did a search how long it could take a child to die in a hot car. as you pointed out, arthur. >> that's the biggest piece of evidence right there. >> biggest piece of evidence video going out in the middle of the day. you forget your keys, you forget your purse, you forget your cell phone you don't forget 2-year-old. hurt himself while he was doing that. >> final word, arthur. the scene that jonah describes is just horrifying. there is no direct evidence here. everything we are talking about is circumstantial evidence. but the sympathy for the child. it's so outweighs any form of the law that you probably will see a connection here.
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>> death penalty would be appropriate if they put it on the table. >> i believe it will be on the table. >> thanks so much. >> thank you. >> coming up on the show, controversial new study it claims divorcing parents who try to stay friend for the sake of the kids are actually not helping the kids at all. what do you think of that? email us, tweet us, let us know. plus, football is in full gear. rich, big daddy here with his predictions for the nfl season. big daddy in the house. there's never been a better time to come to bass pro shops than right now. announcer: bass pro shops is the place for incredible savings.
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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. security make the cloud out of those tangled up ipod head phones, you know? no one has ever been able to untangle that force. >> good point. >> so deeply true. here is something else -- i bet you have a few of those in your kitchen drawer. >> cats in the cradle could take about five minutes. >> here is something that cuts against conventional wisdom on the question of divorce. you often hear people say we
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got a divorce we get along and that's better for the kids. if you are fighting, it's better to get divorced you don't want to expose your kids to that all the fighting. >> as long as you get along with one another after you are divorce it's less damaging to kids. a new study found that's not true at all. divorce hurts whether you get along or not. >> journal of family relations says quote. despite the expectation that children fair better if their parents develop a co-parenting relationship. parents' reports of their children's behaviors and social skills did not significantly differ. bottom line is divorce hurts no matter how amicable it is or non-amamicable it is. >> something a young mind doesn't seem to understand. if mom and dad are getting along. then the kids might also think why don't they get back together? >> exactly. why did they get divorced in the first place. >> the parent trap fantasy. which totally why it
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spreads. so interesting is the study shows whose kids got divorced you knew this already. but had higher incidents of drug use, had problems in later life. >> sure. >> it was a really really big deal. and yet you know the number of people i know get divorced the kids will be fine. it's tough. >> the behavioral problems are substantial. but the argument though from the other side so well maybe should the parents just stay together and fight in front of their kids in the argument though is if parents, if kids see parents resolving conflict in front of them, they see a beginning and then they see an end to a fight that's okay. it's when they don't have any resolution to the fighting that there is a real problem. >> or see two bickering parents that are just icing each other out completely and have this, quote, relationship that's not good for anybody. >> little kid has to retreat. >> remembering that life is long and marriage is long and people go through phases they don't get along that well. sometimes when they stick it out they get along better. do you know what i mean. >> look back five years from now. wow, remember when we went through that hard point in our life. >> exactly.
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take your hand off the trigger finger would be the advice. >> friends@foxnews.com and facebook.com/ff weekend let us know your thoughts on that. >> i would love to hear from you if you fall into one of those categories where you actually overcome the adversity and been good for the family. love it hear success stories. some of the stories making headlines this morning. a man and woman beaten by a gang of guys if downtown springfield, missouri, police releasing this surveillance video hoping to catch the group. the woman says it all started when the men tried to assault her outside of a nightclub. her boyfriend tried to find the guys and that's when the group came up from behind and viciously beat both of them. the woman fracturing her ankle. her boyfriend getting cuts and bruises. debbie wasserman schultz facing serious backlash this week after she called wisconsin's governor a wife abuser. >> >> scott walker has given women the back of his hand. >> but a new report reveals just 10 days earlier she was
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in new mexico helping a lawyer with a history of defending abusive husbands. roxanne is running for congress against republican incumbent pierce. court documents indicate lera has abused four men accused of abuse. her focus is helping abused children. >> power lines more than 100,000 people filled without power. this morning and the town of elgin looking like a war zone. trees knocked over and dozens of homes suffering massive damage. and dozens of drivers grid locked but not because of traffic. this is funny, two deer bringing the evening to stand still on the golden gate bridge. pranced across, tieing up traffic for 30 minutes, the
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deer safely inned up on the other side. >> just so sad. each the deer are moving to morin county now. that city is out of control. it's the rent, aggressive panhandling it's the filth. >> why are they coming to where we live? no, it's because we are edging them out of where they live. >> exactly. rick, i saw when i was in san francisco not too long ago i will be out there next week for the apple event. i saw a homeless woman walking along with a pat rat on her shoulder. no joke. >> of course did you. >> we have a member of our staff who has pet rats. he will let you know that later on. gays, do you see this? do you see that? it's just a tease of what's coming up on the show. some really good stuff out here. this, you don't want to miss. make sure you keep tuning. in take a look at the weather map. show you what's going on
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this morning. we have very hot and humid air all across the eastern seaboard. the warmest temperatures we have seen all summer. it's about to change. we will have those showers that you see there are going to scoot off towards the east and this afternoon bring some very severe weather including some very strong winds with the rain and downpours that come across. so get ready it's going to be hot and steamy day back behind the storm though tomorrow much cooler air moves. in it be feeling a little bit more like it should for early september. down to the south that hot and humid air mass is there. that means the day heats up. you get afternoon spotty thunderstorms. in towards the northern plains, more sunshine that's behind that front. and then down towards areas of the west we are going to start to see today the beginnings of a lot of moisture moving into southwest including texas where we could see significant flagged. clayton, are you ready? >> i am ready. are you ready? that's the question. >> well, it's that time of year again. i cannot wait. i have been saying this for weeks now. temperatures cooking down. football season is heating up.
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joining us now with his annual envelope predictions is rich big daddy sellgado. >> good to he sue too, clayton. >> big news came out of training camp and preseason michael sam's made headlines as first openly gay player to get drafted. the rams cut him. what's next. >> dallas just signed him to the practice squad. they need a defensive end. >> dallas, let's be honest needs anything. i could play for dallas right now. >> that's the eagles fan in you coming out. >> so they pick him up on practice squad. what does that mean? he is not actually going to see any play. >> they already have their a 3 that they are going with into on sunday. you have 10 extra players there to use for practice. so you can move from the practice squad to the active team depending on, you know, need or injury. >> so there are some rumblings that dallas, last season it was said that dallas may have the worst defense in the history of the nfl.
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may it actually be worse this year for dallas? is this -- jerry jones won't say it's a rebuilding year for dallas but is it? >> it might be. i mean, they have lost quite a bit. and this is a big year for them. you know, they got a tough opener against san francisco. >> might be interesting. >> yes. >> let's talk about some of the big highlights this year. talk about your three teams that you think can a be shining. so, take us threw the top three that you think here. >> well, i like cincinnati. i think they're going to be a team that, you know, they gave dalton the money that he was looking for as a top notch quarterback. and they have got two guys i am very fond of. one of them is mohammed is a -- sanu. extra receiver they need because they have a.j. green and i'm looking for a big year out of him. >> let's also talk about arizona cardinals? tried to get there. >> yeah. they are always there on the, you know, on the cusp
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and bruce is a great offensive mind. and they got my boy there larry fitzgerald. now they just have to keep carson palmer standing. >> what about new england patriots. the favorites. can they do it again this year? can they get over the hump? they have struggled past few years. >> as long as you have got tom brady there you will always end the game. >> what about my eagles before i let you go? >> i think they are goingo do well. zach earths. big year from him. >> i hear my producer megan say no way. are you a a giants fan megan? how are the giants going to do. >> i will be there monday night and i'm always, listen, we are trying to get another one of these. >> the eagles as an eagles fan i would like one of those. just one of those. >> there is one guy that we left off, big year, mercedes lewis, the jaguars. >> yeah. wig daddy, great to see you as always. >> as always, thank you. >> that ring is bigger than my head. >> coming up here on the show, a gun shop owner ordered to hand over
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customer's records. what about his second amendment rights? he joins us live to share his story. they get an f for fail. who is is responsible for giving college entrance exam with the answers already filled in?
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department of education will refile 150,000 fasa applications because of a processing glitch. this means students may lose out on thousands of dollars in financial aid. the department admitting the errors were made after making a change to the income section on its online application forms. and 144 students sitting down to take a college entrance exam getting some
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extra help. the answers were already filled in. the lecturer had accidently handed out the answer keys instead of the exams and they collected the papers and rescheduled the test for next month. tucker, over to you. >> thanks, anna. well, well, one new york gun shop owner was forced to hand over 165 of his customers records after police showed up at his business and threatened him. they told him to comply within 24 hours or be at risk of having his store raided. well, now that on or about is speaking out. he joins us now. al bine gun shop owner. >> thanks for having me. >> cops show up and demand the records of 165 of your customers. what were they looking for? >> they were looking for anybody that had purchased what we were told was a legal modified ar-15 because we have a pretty strict assault weapon ban in the state. >> and we should be clear for our viewers that a
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assault weapon is made up term and there is no such thing as assault weapon. >> did they have a court order. >> they did not. they threatened us with raiding the store, product inventory and things like that. after talking to my family attorney buy myself some time hand records over and seek a second amendment specialist lawyer. >> does the law require to you hand records over when a cop shows up with no written order? >> i have heard mixed things about this in new york. i have heard they have a right to come in and take these records for pistols and assault records isn't it per my attorney i just kind of did a she advise to buy myself some time. >> i feel for you. that's scary situation that's outrageous behavior. if i were one of your customers i would be very upset that you gave my name
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over to the cops. >> i understand why they would be upset but we still have to kind of follow orders with what the police say and with what the police have told me i had a very elm nentd threat of them coming in and kicking the door. in they had threatened us with a swat team raid that's why we had complied just to be totally clear for the viewers who don't know how this works. every one of these customers had a federal background check when you sold the rifle to them, correct? >> everybody that had had purchased one had gone through a background check. the fbi had cleared them for a purchase of these weapons and we had been told by the state police this modification was legal over a year ago. >> the fbi had cleared them but that wasn't enough for the state of new york and they threatened you with a raid. that's unbelievable. good luck. joseph columbo thanks for
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personally, one of my favorite times to travel is that two week period right after the busy thanksgiving weekend where the resorts are very quiet and really right before the peak season so it's a wonderful time to visit and you will have a lot better pricing as well. >> okay. there is a new mobile app. called go go bot. what is this about. >> cool new app. go go bot. recommend destinations based on your personal interests. maybe you are a foody or good night life scene or arts and culture it will basically say here are some places youed you should go and once have you narrowed down oon where you want it go. people who have similar interests where you should dine or other activities. must popular called your tribe is the budget traveller tribe. that's good for holiday travelers going to spend a lot to get their-to-their destination value-added ideas where to eat or what activities aren't going to cost a lot of money. >> so often if you get
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caught in the tourist trap. the food is not so good. might have a good view but he end up paying a lot of money for food you can get anywhere. >> gogobot great insider knowledge. >> booking flights and hotels together at this point is really good idea. some of the bigger web sites like travelocity or orbits you can buy them together? >> that airfare is so expensive right now. it's only going up. if you need to book a flight too it now for peak holiday dates. one way to safe is if you combine your flight and hotel as a package. yes, book it together on the big -- book it through, you know, vacation package companies like apple vacations, through a travel professional there is a lot of ways you can do this and certainly help people find better pricing and availability hopefully. >> kendra thornton thank you for your info today. >> thank you for having me. >> holidays. can't wait. breaking overnight. a hunt for mystery man who may have been spreading a
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good morning, i'm anna kooiman, a fox news alert. homegrown terror. a mystery man kicked out of a minnesota mosque. recruiting for isis. what we know at this hour. >> fox news inclusive the men who tried to save
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ambassador stephens what happened to them. >> i said hey we need to go and got the wait again. get in the car get in the backseat. >> could they have saved those four americans killed in benghazi? we have more from the stunning interview just ahead these secret numbers hold the clue. we will show you what they are. the insider secrets on how to get the best deals hidden in plain site. the man who has cracked the shopping code is here live at this hour. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ in the back wood ♪ get it done right ♪ work hard ♪ pray hard
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♪ hold my baby tight. >> we have a lumberjack out on the plaza this morning. we set like a barrier or restriction. the police closed down 48th street this morning for fear. >> we had had an accident earlier today. >> an axcident. >> paul smith college. people go to college to learn how to do this. >> one of the things they learn how to do is make fire without matches in all types of weather. what we are going to be using this morning is how to use all different kinds of saws. >> how useful is that than post modern feminist poetry? much. >> i would bring these to my apocalypse house and have them set up camp. >> i would let my kids go to their college. >> real men are lumberjacks. >> first this morning a fox news alert. a breaking new developments track isis terrorists inside the united states. could a mystery man kicked out of a minnesota mosque for spreading islamic messages be a recruiter for isis?
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>> this as another american joins as well. elizabeth prann in washington, d.c. these two reportedly went to the same mosque? >> you are right. two different story lines here with one connection al-faruq which is the mosque. first and foremost talk about the 31-year-old amir, he is the man who mosque leaders say has been kicked out because the volunteer says he was talking in terms of jihad and radical ideology younger members. in 2007 he did admit to being at a training camp in somalia but says he was not a terrorist and he was never formally charged by the fbi who did, in fact, question him. now, that same mosque is where authorities believe a 19-year-old woman attended who is now said to be recruited and in syria recruited by isis and in syria taking care of wounded fighters. leaders are doing their very best to deter young folks from getting sucked in. listen. >> we are very actively engaged within the somali community. we are engaged in religious leaders. we are engaged with community leaders.
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we are engaged concerned members of the public who are abhorred by what they see with respect to their young people and want to put a stop to it. >> family members say they have no idea how she was recruited but they do attribute advanced social media campaigns to lure young people. anna, tucker, clayton, back to you guys. >> elizabeth prann live for us from washington. >> it would be interested how these somali refugees wound up in the united states in the pierce place. >> did the administration -- were they aware of the threat, there is enough evidence to suggest now for years we had been aware of some of these threats internally inside of the united states and the administration may have not taken action on it. >> u.s. taxpayers moved these groups from refugee camps in east africa to the united states. paid for with tax dollars. why did we do that? it would be interesting to know. >> also interesting to see whether the president has a strategy now. the president blasted for hislike of a strategy on isis over the past week. it seems after a number of press conferences in a number of meetings the president after meeting with nato leaders in wales has
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finally come up with a strategy. listen to the president and see if you hear it. >> degrade and ultimately destroy isil. you can't contain an organization that is running roughshod through that much territory causing that much havoc, displacing that many people kidnapping that many innocent, enslaving that many women, the goal has to be to dismantle them. you systematically degrade their capabilities. >> dismantle, did he grade, destroy. but how exactly do you do that. >> how exactly do you do that? you send the second airborne, right? oh no you get kurds and what the administration is describing moderate opposition forces. one of whom is isis by the way.
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but presumably you get some other group that you believe is, quote, moderate and you send them money and weapons. that's our plan. is that a good idea? >> turkey, is there a silver lining with turkey being involved has a large military and may be a way to shape part of the middle east, a moderate middle eastern country perhaps even though they are in the midst of their own violence and the united kingdom would have. really those are the three super powers involved right now in nato. the others you can cast off. charles krauthammer is unimpressed by this new nato at the coalition, listen. >> lock, i think the major event that came out of the conference in wales, the nato summit in wales is it had nothing to do with nato. it had to do with the inside of obama's head. after three attempts he finally was able to tell the world what his objective is, the destruction of isis. and that is he working on a plan. i must say i'm to the quite impressed with the announcement of a coalition which acts incidentally as
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nine other countries. remember how democrats ridiculed the bush administration which had 28, 38 allies in the war in iraq. and called them the bush administration's attack on iraq unilateral. >> so it's nice alliteration at least, degrade, dismantle, defeat. >> you are such an upside person. i love that. >> glass is half full somehow. get hopefully we get this thing under control. also making news this morning. benghazi, it's been called a fox story. democrats are still saying that this is old news. a new book out called "13 hours." where several of the security operators on the ground, three of them have written this book and they did a fox news exclusive with our bret baier that is going to be airing all weekend and aired first last night. we are learning that they were told to stand down for 30 minutes. now, this is aaccount that the e department still vehemently denies. so they say eventually they
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had to take things into their own hands. listen to this. >> i said, hey, we need to go. and got the wait again and i got in the car and told him to get in the backseat and looked at rone and it was beautiful. i looked at him he looked at me. i gave him a thumbs up and i gave him a thumbs up and we left. >> you did that pretty much on your own. >> yes we did. we were never given the okay to go. the final straw for us to go at least my opinion and how i felt where was one of the df agent says they are starting to light the buildings on fire you need to get here. >> bret goes on to ask those former cia operators if you had left earlier, would the ambassador chris stevens and another american still be alive? and they said we think they would. the state department is denying all of this in effect calling those three cia operators liars. >> right. >> saying that they never received a standdown order. marie harf the state's
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department spokeswoman said yesterday presumably she knows better than the guys on the ground in benghazi. >> some of the other quotes you are referring, to tucker. they are saying we were starting to get calls from the state department saying we are starting to take fire. you feed to get over here. we need help. the state department says that never happened. you don't know what we are talking about. >> saying it was their supervisor. youth mess stickily described yiewsm mystically described as bob. want locals to join. in here is the reason, the cia had a large operation going on in benghazi. we're not sure what they were doing there. there has been a number of story saying they were collecting weapons from qaddafi's stockpile to send them to the opposition in syria. we don't know if that was true or not. a lot of cia officers in benghazi did not want anybody to know they were there. rather than respond themselves they wanted the locals to do it of course that didn't work out. >> yeah. as we are hearing these
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firsthand accounts. it just makes your jaw drop. we have another account from mark geist about the moment when tyrone woods was struck down. listen to this. >> small arms fire started coming from this direction. rone had a machine gun and he stood in -- probably like a three quarter cross position and just started laying down hate from this avenue of approach here. i started to engage with him. i ran out of ammo. knelt down, changed magazines and right as i'm coming up, and i start to reengage, another mortar hits. almost to the center of the building here. and that one, it knocked me back and that's what hit rone. >> rone being tyrone woods. >> it will be airing all weekend. >> first airing is 5:00 p.m.
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eastern time today oil slick found in the area of where a small plane crash in the ocean near jamaica killing a prominent new york couple on board. jamaican military officials saying they will be out this morning searching for wreckage. on board. rae developer larry glazer and his wife jane. larry believed to be piloting the single engine plane when it veerld off course heading to naples, florida to rochester, new york. indicating a problem twice before losing contact with air traffic controller. they believe the cabin lost pressure and the couple passed out. >> 11 people hurt after a transit bus crashed into a home in richmond, california. it happened during the evening rush hour commute when a stolen car hit the stop sign hit the bus and caused it to veer off the roadway. cops are searching for the driver of the car who fled on foot. first they lost, then found lois lerner's emails now the irs says it lost emails from
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five more employees. all part of the investigation into the agency's targeting of tea party groups. two employees worked at the epicenter of the controversy in a cincinnati office. processing applications for the tax exempt status. the irs is blaming computer crashes and says there is no evidence of foul play. and camp fire tradition consisting of gram crackers, marshmallows and chocolate was under fire. the obama administration is trying to change the way that you make that camping treat. the u.s. forest service wants americans to drop the chocolate from the more and had some fruit. it's a good way to cut down a the love sugar. >> now you have infuriated me. >> why is the u.s. forest service giving us nutrition tips? this is a government completely out of control. when the forest service feels impowered to tell me what to eat. then all boundaries. >> look at this face? we just had s'mores in weekend my little boy and
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girl camp fire and chocolate. you want to ruin her fun? >> it can be a treat. come on. >> the forest service disapproves of what you are feeding your daughter. >> the obama administration, that is too far. back off. >> we have axes out here on the plaza this morning. rick? >> i'm shocked. i'm shocked. don't you at least assume maybe you have like hiked or done something to burn off some of those calories? >> right. you are out in the woods all day hiking and you want to sit around with your friends around the camp fire and have s'mores. >> dried fruits. >> crazy. guys by the end of the next hour i might be in a tank top out here because it is hot and sticky. and kind of gross. that's the way the eastern seaboard is right now. take a look at the weather maps. show you what's going on. a severe weather threat today because it's so hot and humid and there is a cold front moving in from the the west and once that cold front hits all of this hot, steamy air. it's going to fire up very big storms this afternoon. mostly strong winds as a line of incredibly strong
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where it is a manageable problem. >> we will follow them to the gates of hell until they are brought to justice. >> those are mixed messages, you would say for president and vice president. they seem to be on different pages. >> impacting armed forces, special operator in iraq told fox news just this week that frustration and confusion reign among americans on the ground there. here with us with more insight is retired naval officer and ceo training and consulting firm red line
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solutions thanks so much. >> thank you. >> one of the quotes we he have is chase them into the gates of hell how the explicative are we going to do that if we can't leave the gate of our base. what do you make of that? >> it's a general state of confusion if not mistyification throughout the ranks of military leadership. strategy makers, planners, decisionmakers. never knowing which way you are going to deploy the force put your resources, even your planning direction. so it changes day by day as you are rear freshing these plans to exist all the time. take them off the shelf. you dust them off. you refresh them. and if the message is changing minute by minute. it just becomes an extremely frustrating exercise. you are almost numb to those kinds of changes and directions. >> it's got to effect morale and at some point readiness. >> it does. i mean, it's not just the latest mixed messages that create this atmosphere among the military.
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it's everything. it's been the constant state of things for the the past, you know, five or six years. so the -- drawdown from iraq. the pending drawdown from afghanistan where people are feeling, you know, like they have drawn down from something where there was no victory strategy. there was no victory equation there people talk a lot about the military and american people being war weary and they're not, tucker. they are not winning the war weary. they are weary of things that they are getting engaged in and planning for where there is no clear message. >> we have a new poll from the pew research center and it basically says americans want action. the united states does blank in helping solve world problems. a 1% in november said too much. 39% last month. big swing there. too little 17% in november of 2013, '1% last month. just the right amount 28%
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last year and 24% last month. numbers are incorporate thatting, why is that? people are starting to find out what it's like and what the difference is talking about u.s. disengagement from the world as a proposal to make the world like us more and make them respect and appreciate us more in the reality of the world where there really is only one standing force that has the global reach, the capacity, the logistics tale to get the job done in a time crisis. that's the united states. when that is not there. people notice a difference. >> because there is chaos. >> sure. >> thanks for joining us this morning. interesting. >> thank you. >> with hillary clinton making another run for pennsylvania avenue, is that actually happening? the brand new details of when we might find out coming up next. >> plus, the mistakes you are making when it comes to your health. nurse practitioner erin tolbert here with what you need to stop doing right now. come on, in erin. ♪ a bad case of loving you.
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calculator time for news by the numbers. first up, 400,000. that's how many illegal immigrants for waiting for their cases to be resolved in american courts according to syracuse university which did a study on it it the average wait time is a year and a half. next, 21,800. that's how many calls and text messages a french man made over a 10 month period to a single person, his ex-girlfriend. the reason she broke up with him. he has been jailed on stalking charges and his phone taken away.
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finally 6%, that's how much blue jeans sales fell. people wearing yoga pants, thank heavens, legs or other athletic wear instead. the news gets better. >> i'm totally okay with that. >> buffet pants, that's what i call them. elastic waistband. did you know calling 911 from a cell phone is a big mistake. >> er doctors and nurses do, you should, too. a ton of mistakes that patients make every single day. it's our fault erin tolbert is a nurse practitioner and she is here to blame all of us for our mistakes. good to he see you. >> good to see you, clayton. >> don't call 911. most of us have cell phones now a the love us don't have land lines anymore. >> if you you have an option. obviously if there is an emergency call 911 from cell phone if that's the only option available. takes 25 seconds for the dispatcher to locate your location when you call from a cell phone as opposed to land line that address pops
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right up on the screen. >> really? >> there is also some fuzziness around. this if you are in a concrete building, in a congested area like new york city it can be difficult to located the cell phone as well. if you have the option call from a land line. >> okay. another thing you say is this half the people drive themselves to the hospital with exhibiting signs heart attack and stroke which is also a big no no. >> yes. you would be amazed the number of people in er drive themselves to the hospital chest pain, stroke systems, gunshot wounds, call 9 11. >> most of these people are men, am i right? >> that's true. men are much more likely to do. this not only is it dangerous for others on the road but also get your treatment started earlier when you call 911. right next to my desk where i work in the er the paramedics have access to one of our printers and they can get me a copy your ukg do we need a cardiology on hand when you arrive. treatment. get your treatment started
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sooner call the 11. don't wait out stroke systems. if he had waited it out, he might not be alive. >> yes, exactly. i work at a stroke center and i see patients who wait too long all the time. we have about a three hour window to treat most stipes of strokes. there are certain medications we can only use within a few hours of that initial symptom onset. so if you get a sudden headache, numbness, weakness to one side of the body, loss of coordination. get to the emergency department right away. you have a better long-term outcome. we spent a lot of time in the waiting room. next one can be hard. if the doctor is giving you some sort of ininstructions that you don't understand say need to speak up. >> about 78% of people leaf the hospital without understanding what they are supposed to do when they get home. this is the most important part at home treatment. we get everything started at the hospital. but it's up to you to take the medications appropriately. so, a, ask questions. make sure you understand what you are supposed to do
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and, b, take those printed out instructions with you. you don't toss them in the trash as you are leaving. going out the door. another thing can you do is bring a friend or family member with you to listen to the instructions. two sets of ears always better than one. call back if you don't understand something. we are happy to reexplain it even that doctor who treated you isn't there, somebody else can likely tell it you what you are supposed to do. >> 78% seems high. erin tolbert good to see you this morning. >> fascinating. >> coming up on "fox & friends" weekend. they look harmless but more than a dozen fake cell phone towers have been found across the country. so what's happening here? are they tapping into your conversations? what we know next. >> plus, does rick have what it takes to be a lumberjack? we're getting a crash course at ax throwing live on the plaza. if he misses that target, it will go right through the window. >> eric bolling has look what's coming up on cashing in. >> hey, guys, president o says he has no isis strategy
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battleground states his approval ratings can't k. hurt democrats. can't do any damage also known as the biden circuit. [ laughter ] >> oh, trouble. trouble ahead for the president. >> we have some stories making headlines we want to tell you about on your saturday morning. 33 minutes after the hour. when will hillary clinton announce her run for president or if she is going to. don't expect to hear anything until next year. speaking then a event in mexico city, the former secretary of state stuck to her talking points. >> around probably after the first of the year about whether i'm going to run again or not. >> and then clinton added her experiences give her a quote unique vantage point on the presidency. >> here is one great grandfather you don't want to mess with. andrew adamson and his wife returning home after dinner came face to face with three armed burglars. even after being hit multiple times with a crowbar, adamson got all three men out of his home and chased them into the street.
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two have been arrested. one serving five and a half years in prison. well, they look harmless but are mysterious fake cell phone towers tapping your phone? a new report says at least 19 of these bogus towers have been found across the united states. it's not clear who owns them but several are near military bases. experts say you will notice if you are near a fake tower because your signal will drop significantly. lone survivor navy seat marcus lutttrell just posed a serious challenge mma challenge la tour on his facebook. all for a gadd cause. >> randy, it's marcus, me and a bunch of our guys are are going to be in vegas august 9th and challenge to you push up competition to raise money for the boot campaign. >> booted campaign friends of fox news channel, national nonprofit that provides assistance to members of the military past and president. including helping them find jobs and housing. and those are your headlines.
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>> do we that doo that out here on the plaza or we should do it out here on the plaza? >> bring them back. >> we have national television audience. do it right here. that's where we see our own rick reichmuth. >> we did do that, clayton. in fact i went with them to the steps of the lincoln memorial in d.c. and did the pushup thing. incredible organization. one of the best guys who works with. great guy to follow on twitter as well. talk about weather maps as you are waking up this morning. few things going on. get ready look at these temperatures, hot and humid. take a look what's coming this week across the plains. wednesday in fargo, your high temperature a 0 degrees. we are talking about colder air coming. in take a look at your first alert forecast across the northeast for the day today. put the map in motion. see how the day plays out. here is the cold front from the west, going to push off towards the east. bring some severe weather. but behind it will be less humid and will cool the temperatures down so today is the hot and sticky day. down to the southeast it's also hot and sticky. that means we will see garden variety afternoon thunderstorms popping up. but look at that by tonight,
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oklahoma city 67. we start to see that cooler air move. in up adrots northern plains it's a really spectacular day. feeling a bit like fall. at least temps in the 60's and lower 70s and a ton of sunshine. out across the west. warming up again into the pacific northwest. things down across the desert, we will start to see some showers coming in by the afternoon. that's going to stick around the next couple of days with some tropical moisture coming. in all right. so it's fall. wanted to chop wood? wanted to learn how to throw an ax. the lumberjack guys are here. it this is very exciting for us. bret mccloud you are the director of the wooden -- >> adirondacks small smith college up near lake placid, new york every summer we bring in 20 students to learn all the competitive. ax throwing, log throwing. we will do ax throwing and misery whip and see if tucker here can give it a
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spin. >> tucker is going to be on the misery whip that's going to take a lot of knee action there. >> it's a saw by the way for our viewers. misery whip. >> a misery saw. let's do this ax throwing. bennett. you are not yet a graduate of this school. >> i will be soon. >> does that mean that you really know what you are doing here? >> a little bit. >> how do you throw an action here. >> what you want to do is put your hands together and hold it exactly like a golf club. take your arms back. point your thumbs right at the bulls eye and let it go. >> that's it. >> that's it. >> all right. and there is. >> don't release on the back stroke. >> seriously. [cheers] >> i'm impressed. >> there you go. so that's not that bad but obviously you want to get it into the center this is like darts for lumberjacks. do you want to try it. >> i'm going to get in the misery whip. why is this called a misery whip? >> really hard to pull and lumberjacks don't like to use it. >> this is a buck saw of
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some kind? >> come up the side here. >> i have done this before and you need to know that you can easily hurt your leg i have loafers on. >> we're racing? >> yes. >> bring be able to touch the log here 3, 2, 1. go. same angle. >> the angles matter. come on, hands. keep that saw level otherwise the teeth hang up. use the whole length of the saw. use the whole thing ends to end there. they are almost through the first. >> one. nicely done. >> that's unbelievable sharp. did you sharpen this? >> this is your first cookie. >> that actually was
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really -- as long as you keep it level it works. >> i couldn't keep it level but i was impressed. >> that's the most important part. coming up later we are going to have a race in. this tonguer, you got a head start on clayton and anna because you just had your practice. >> the misery whip. i kind of want one. >> about 2 grand. >> that costs 2 grand? >> people interested in this program? >> woodsman school. adirondack woodsman school starting july 12th. >> cooler. >> i want my kids to go. >> thank you. sign them up. >> awesome. thank you guys. more coming up later. anna and clayton send it back to you. >> turning our boys into men out there just kidding. >> coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, whose behind the wheel? incredible weekend for this one away bus. put their lives on the lines to defend our freedom. how does the government thank them with pink slips
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frankly it's cheaper. it's better for business. so, it's a numbers game that basically the administration, i think is losing at this point. >> yeah, and a lot of the jobs that you come on and talk about when you do your segment deployed to employed, the service industry jobs and you say that the love times those types of workers don't spend serious cash. >> we are creating a lot of service sector jobs. can i find you lots of bar jobs, waitress jobs. find you a job at a food shop but i can't find you a job making a decent wage. we are losing those high
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wage jobs. that has been happening. i know that this number was bad with the jobs report. we had a good reading on g.d.p. for the second quarter. the third quarter excuse me though is going to be much, much lower. those are the expectations right now. the economy is about to hit another big speed bump. the numbers we got yesterday really is shing us, that's about to happen. >> you know, also feeling speed bump are heroes. the white house is pushing for lower troop pay in 2015. really increase of 1%. when you think about the cost of inflation and all of that it comes out to, what? >> so basically -- well, in my opinion it's going to come out to a wage cut for our nation's heroes. and here is what is so troubling. comes out with this statement using executive power once again to tell congress because i have the authority i am going to cap the pay raise for the military for the next fiscal year at 1%. 1%, it is on average 2% in the private sector. what is the reason now to go and serve in the military if you are going to have that
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kind of pay, which is already low, and then you are going to be dealing with a cap on your pay. your rent is going to go up. your food prices are going to group. car payment. cost of everything, child care is going to go up. but you are supposed to go and serve in the army or the navy and feel good about it when you can go out and frankly we just talked about it. work at mcdonald's and get a better wage. that's a bad example. you can go out into the private sector and get a better job. here is the president coming along saying we are going to cap that that is unfortunate. let's be honest here most military jobs don't pay what they should. and that's my opinion but they don't pay enough already. but is he using the fact that this economy is in the doldrums and he has got to stick with his budget. that's his reasoning for all of that. >> cheryl, you mention this, this president 1% cap being proposed by president obama in order to match the private sector it would be closer to 2%. 1.%. the american legion is requesting 2%. >> right. we have got a statement from the military officer's association.
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here is what he this said. they have been very vocal about this as has the american legion. pay raises for the military are important for retention. it's a fundamental principle of sustaining the all-volunteer force. if you think about it, what kind of talent drain are are we going to get in the military when we are facing threats like isis, when we have got ukraine is still an issue. god knows what else is going to happen around the world and then you are going to cut -- you are going it take away any incentive especially the financial incentive. of course of course they want to serve they love their country. remember all releases we have been dealing with over this year that's what we have been talking about. deployed to employed. we are talking 90,000 troops being released this year without jobs. >> a lot of times getting these pink slips while they are serving. >> exactly. >> cheryl casone thank you so much. so important for retention and recruitment. thanks. 48 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox & friends." this is not a joke. the irs says it's lost even more emails. the outrageous development coming up.
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founder of the coupon web site rather be shopping.com. nice to see you this morning, kyle. how did you uncover this? sounds like a dan brown novel. >> yeah, i originally saw an article about target and look at the last two cents of the tag and figure out if that's a good deal or not. that's cool. went out and found research and mom blogs and associates posted some stuff. originally two or three stores. and then got popular and had employees emailing me here is how we do it at kohl's or home depot and it started to grow and snow balling. >> right there in front of our faces. what the employees recognize shop ares overlook because we don't understand it check out othe letters in the top right corner of this tag. what does that mean? >> that means great value. that's a limited time one to two day sale. you know, a the love people don't know what that means. it's kind of cool thing about it is the mn holy grail of kohl's new mark
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down. either that night or the following day that product is going to get marked down. >> wait, when you are looking at it right then, it's not the time to buy it it, come back tomorrow? >> exactly. that's a cool little at this point for kohl's shoppers. >> s? >> s a sale it could last a week, two weeks. sometimes it's clearly marked sometimes it's not. by looking at shelf tag can you figure out how long it might stay on sale or might get even cheaper. >> what about gv at kohl's. >> great value one to two day deal. >> get it right now. while it's in front of you. great tips. walk in there with your cheat sheet when you go into kohl's. >> right. yes. >> another cheat sheet you should use and go it target. the prices ending in 99 cents. >> that's full price. that's something you want to try to avoid if you can. >> really? >> any price at target with 99 cents at the end of it is full price? >> exactly. wait or do you have any idea how long you have to wait for that to come down?
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>> it kind of depends on the product and whether they are moving it or not. one thing when they do markings down at target they put a clearance tag on it in the upper right-hand corner that clearance tag tells you a lot. a tiny number. really small. look closely, either 15, 30, 75 or 90. that's 75% off of the original price. if you are shopping and they are a ton of stuff marked at 15% off. the employee told me every 10 to 15 days they mark it down again. >> especially end of the season and waiting on outside beach chairs stick around. >> i love, this too. prices in target ending in 98, 88 cents or 4 cents or 24 cents that indicates what? >> clearance items. and the one you will see the little sticker on. pay attention to the upper right-hand corner. if there is a bunch of it, wait and come back you know it's going to get marked down again. >> home depot where i will be later this morning building a bird house this morning once again. yellow tags. what do the yellow tags
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represent. >> yellow tags is a clearance tag. i always like to say if you are shopping -- say you are shopping for a power drill. go to the one with a yellow tag. a lot of times if it ends in 06 the employee told me six weeks until the next mark down and the date is right on the home depot tag. you can tell when it was printed and marked down. if you are close to that six week date. come back it will be marked down to 03. that's the cheapest price. >> 03 is the cheapest price? >> yeah. >> grab it if you see it don't wait for anything else? >> yes. >> fascinating. college ames. great to see you this morning. thanks kyle. >> thanks, man. >> breaking news, isis expanding into the united states. the hunt now on for this man who is spreading the word inside the country. so is the president doing enough? governor mike huckabee is on deck for that anna is welcoming him. get him some coffee. the video that will make you smile this morning.
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good morning, today is saturday, the 6th of the september. >> 2014. i'm anna kooiman fox news alert. hunt is on for this man. spreading isis inside the united states and is he not alone. what we are learning about terror recruitment inside america. >> then tried to save ambassador chris stevens going on the record for the very first time. you can hear what happened when tried to rescue those americans benghazi consulate three years ago. losing the initiative. bob looked at me and said stand down going to wait texas. >> explosive interview governor mike huckabee.
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>> little boy born deaf hears music for the first time. watch this ♪ ♪ >> unbelievable. that boy and his family join us live. the miracle treatment that made that all possible. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi this is brooklyn decker and you are watching "fox & friends." >> brooklyn decker from charlotte, norwhere i'm from. >> you always call out the charlotte folks. >> yes, do you. you are loyal to your hometown. >> i am. >> they -- i love that and they love you. >> thank you for waking up with us. governor mike huckabee joins us sitting on the curvey couch talking about head stories meg headlines this week. >> we learned that some large unspecified number of americans have headed over to syria go to fight on behalf of isis against us and the rest of the west.
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yet, the administration admitted this week that joining isis is not automatic grounds to have your american passport revoked. huh? >> that's bizarre. how could it not be? i mean, basically you have joined a crime cindy cat but really something far worse. at least among the crime as i understand cats they normally back each other. you and i could be victims. not likely to be victims at a gang hit. very likely to be victims of a terrorist hit. that's why i think the u.s. has had a bone headed approach to identifying the real threat to people that are just ordinary americans. >> a lot of concern, too about some homegrown terrorists here united states citizens being recruited through social media and others. isis has extensive social media network. being retweeted all over the world and different languages. now we hear about this guy out of minnesota.
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ahmed abusura. behind the social media propaganda campaign. this idea though that here in the united states, these recruits are being targeted specifically to carry out terrorist attack. michael chertoff talking about this. i want to play this and get to you respond. take a listen. >> the terrorists understood that right after 9/11, we put up some very tough measures to keep foreigners out of the country if we were uncertain about whether they were risky or not. so they started to recruit americans and westerner who's don't go to through that same kind of vetting process. that's really the holy grail for the terrorists is how do you get an american who has the right to come back to the u.s., trained, hardened, radicalized and then send that person back to carry out a terror mission? >> you know, in some ways we act like this is new. june 1st, 2009. there was a shooting at the recruiting office of the u.s. army in little rock, arkansas. a young man by the name of
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andy long was murdered in cold blood standing in front of the recruiting office. the assailant was a guy who grew up as carlos bledsoe of memphis. went to university of tennessee. this guy grew up a baptist in memphis. very traditional, working class home. he goes to yemen. gets completely radicalized, comes back, becomes a terrorist. do you know what the fbi just a typical murder, state crime, no federal involved. they would not rule it as terrorism. clayton, this is already happening in this country. this is terrorism unleashed but we're not hearing about it because we have a government that doesn't want us to know that terrorism is alive and well and that usama bin laden may be dead but terrorism is not we did hear from the president yesterday laying out some sort of a strategy after no strategy strategy had come under so much fire. let's take a listen. >> we have to act as part of
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the international community to degrade and ultimately destroy isil. the goal has to be to dismantle them. i also leave here confident that nato allies and partners are prepared to join in a broad international effort. we are going to degrade and ultimately defeated isil. the same way we have gone after al qaeda. >> is this tough rhetoric? is this enough is al qaeda really disseminated in the first place. >> no al qaeda is not disseminated. large terror network all related back to the same tree trunk. muslim brotherhood, hamas, hezbollah, boko haram, isis. all branches from the same tree. and if you don't gut the trunk down you will get a branch some other type of version of it. this is radical islam. that's the heart and soul of it. religious organizations are far less part of it but the philosophy that underpins it and that's what we have to go and attack. you are talking about cutting trees down. if you don't cut the tree
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from the trunk and grind up the stump, it's going to grow right back. and that's what we are seeing with terrorism. it continues to grow because we we we don't recognize the threat of it. >> grind up the stump. i like that. i'm stealing that. >> you have got to do that you have got to grind the stump. >> finally almost three years after the tragedy took place in benghazi we are learning some of the details. three former cia contractors came forward talking to fox. bret baier and saying we wanted to go in and help ambassador chris stevensson and the rest of the americans at the consulate. we were told not to by our supervisor a guy called bob. a state department asked about this marie harf the state department spokesperson saying totally untrue. would've watch? >> i said hey, we are ready to go. bob looks right through me and looks at the team leader and goes you guys need to wait. >> bob was the cia's base chief in benghazi. >> i just said hey, we need to get over there. we are losing the initiative. and bob just looked straight at me and said stand down, you need to wait. >> we're starting to get
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calls from the state department guys saying we are taking fire. we need you guys here. we need help. >> let's be clear here there was no stand down order from anyone in washington and in the military community or in the intelligence community there was a short delay. there was a short delay so they could get back up and get additional weaponry before they went into a situation that they were unaware of what they were going to be encountering on the other side. >> so they're lying says the obama administration. >> the infamous words of mostly hillary clinton what difference at this point does it make? well, tucker it makes a heck of a lot of difference, quite frankly it makes a difference because if we had the capacity to send people in and rescue americans including an united states ambassador by god we should have done it the fact that we didn't is an outrage tsmght does make a difference. you have some paid talker who stands at the podium and nuances all the words but the fact is you have got three guys who were getting shot at that night. who are you going to believe? eyewitnesses who were there or are you going to believe some person who goes to the podium to cover for a
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government where in this situation people died and our government lied. it is really that simple. >> unbelievable. i mean, you hear her say that it wasn't from washington. but then she goes on to say nothing from the intelligence community. nothing from the military so were all three of those people sitting around that table lying about who they were receiving these reports from? >> why would they lie about it? there has been so much outrage. we do know there are a number of people eyewitnesses to the account that were told, shut up, they were moved into all kinds of positions in the state department so they couldn't be found, couldn't go to capitol hill and testify under oath. we are a long way from getting to the bottom of this story we have a right to get the story and the american government has a responsibility to tell us what happened that night because if our own ambassador can't be safe and we can't be honest about what happened to him? then who of us is safe either? i think that's what we ultimately have to come to the conclusion. >> hope flight mainstream media is going to start
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paying attention. when they call you that a fox story, it's a badge of honor. we should take it as that. what do you have coming up tonight? >> we have a great show tonight. we're going to have a view of the 9/11 memorial as we approach this anniversary. ray leota is on our show -- what a nice guy. he was just delightful. james dobson and his son ryan will be with us with brand new material for parenting. every parent should watch tonight. >> is he a good fellow. >> he is. is he is a jolly good fellow. >> ray leota and jim dobson that is a show. boy, i'm going to watch. >> thanks, governor. >> you bet. >> on to other stories making headlines this saturday morning. hundreds of people paying a final farewell to murdered journalist stephan sotloff in funeral in florida. letter read he in a message to his family. sotloff saying if he we are not together again perhaps god will be merciful enough
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to reunite us in heaven. oil slick has been found in the area of where a small plane crashes atlantic ocean in jamaica. officials will be out there this morning searching for wreckage. on board prominent new york real estate developer larry glazer and his wife jane. larry believed to be piloting the single engine plane when it veered off course heading from naples, florida to new york. fighter jets scrammed bled when they lost communication with. first they lost and then found lois lerner's emails. irs has said it has lost emails from five more employees all part of the investigation into the agent's targeting of tea party groups. ironic, huh? two of those employees worked at the epicenter of the controversy at a cincinnati office processing applications for tax exempt status. the irs computer crashes and says there is no evidence of foul play. caught on camera, a
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glaza to have you on this morning. this is obviously a very upsetting story. there is one angle that seems to me is good news. these guys were told by director superior not to come to the aid of fellow americans and they ignored that order and did anyway, risking their lives. pretty amazing, isn't it? >> well, you have got three very brave americans there, tucker. and what we got 13 hours into the interview that bret baier aired last night the most detailed account yet that the public has had access to in 9/11/12 of benghazi. all three of these men have put themselves at risk by disclosing what they know what actually occurred that night. authors are at risk of retribution from radical islamists already in the united states. they also risk red light tri biewtion from the obama coverup machine for violating their so-called nondisclosure agreements. as we all know, tucker, this most transparent administration in history
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has used everything in their power to cover up every crime that's been committed since fast and furious in 2009 to the irs scandal 2010 and 2013 at least. even the ongoing v.a. scandal. the obama administration is complicit but congress, in this building right here behind me is also derelict. speaker boehner had appointed a select committee in 2012 as my congressman, frank wolf had advocated this would not have been news today and officials in the obama administration, including hillary clinton, would already have been held accountable snrted obama administration denied substance any of this. here is the spokes department -- states department spokeswoman marine. >> short delay so they could get back up and get additional weaponry before they went into a situation before they were unaware of what they were going to be
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encountering on the other side. to be clear, there was no standdown order given from anyone. there has been no evidence to support that claim throughout this entire process. it keeps coming up and every time it does, he we will keep saying there is no evidence. >> she is calling these guys liars. >> well, she is. and she ought to be called as a witness by the select committee as will they, as will everybody else to include bob, who as we now know the base chief for the cia annex out there in benghazi. >> here is another question the book raises. why was nothing done by the o team, national security apparatus to prepare for the 9/11 anniversary. here is the problem? 9/11, no matter what year it is always going to be a time when terrorists, radical islamic terrorists carry out terrorism on america. that includes thursday next week. they did nothing to prepare for this anniversary.
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that is totally contrary, tucker to everything we have done in the past. 9/11, everybody knew was going to be it. bob knew it, these three men knew it and this administration did nothing to prepare for it. why? >> it's a total violation of common sense. thank you for reminding us of that. oliver north, you know, it's only 8:20 in the morning. you are the most articulate person i have ever met before noon. unbelievable. >> you are very kind, tucker. >> thank you for coming on this morning. >> thank you, buddy. >> she has kind wisconsin's governor a wife beater. this morning the brand new report that will have debbie wasserman schultz eating her own words. and the moment a little boy born deaf hears music for the first time. watch. ♪ ♪? that boy and his family join us live next. bulldog: quarterback takes the snap...
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nearby towns forced to evacuate. neat video though. clayton back to you. >> canadian boy born deaf hearing music for the very first time. watch this video. ♪ little august is k. hear certain sounds thanks to device implanted in his brain. joining us with their incredible story 3-year-old august and his mother sophie. nice to see you this morning. welcome to the show. >> good morning. thank you for having us. >> sofy, when did you first learn, i mean, it's hard enough being a parent and then to learn that your child is born deaf. what did that moment feel like to you when the doctors told you that initially? >> well, i mean, we found out when he was one and a half years old officially but we had doubts since he was at least six months old and it just took a while. of course, i mean, it's totally devastating when you
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learn. i was really, really devastating. we knew before. so i think we kind of expected it at that point. >> and then you probably said okay, well, this is not so bad we know that there are so many procedures cochlear implants. we know hundreds of thousands of people can have these implanted in their ear canals and then they may be able to hear. >> yeah. >> you went through that process and what happened when you tried to get the cochlear implant? >> here in canada we have to go through a whole process with the hearing device and then when that doesn't work then you go to cochlear implant. because he was so deaf we did a bilateral cochlear implant simultaneously so it's done at the same time. and then he wore them, the cochlear implants for six months and there was no improvement whatsoever. so he did all the hours of therapy, everything, and nothing was working. and then we figured out that it probably wouldn't work. and i think that was the most devastating moment because your hopes had been higher up, you know, you
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have expected things to work out because they work out so well for all the other patients. and then it didn't work out. >> but then, of course, we have this incredible miracle this week when we see this unbelievable video all thanks to an experiment, really. you go from cochlear implants. you must have been so frustrated thinking nothing is going to work. how did you uncover this experimental procedure that led to this video that we are seeing on the screen? >> we actually saw another viral video on facebook of the first american that got the abi implant. the abi and when i saw it, it just got my curiosity because really by that time we thought this was the end of it i mean, august is deaf and he is he always going to be deaf. he can't hear us right now. i mean he has his device and he hears but is he going to be deaf. but, at the same time, we did feel like this could help him out in some way and help him lip read or hear just reference sounds like a dog barking. so we did the research and, you know, digging in and talking to
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the california team, it sounded like august was a perfect candidate and we just went along with it. i mean, after a lot of research. >> so after this procedure, after six-hour operation at the children's hospital in los angeles, they successfully put this device in the brainstem of your son. when was that moment like when you see him react to music for the first time. >> that was amazing. it was an amazing moment. and we were with friends and close people to us. and we were having fun, basically. and he has fun even though he doesn't hear, but then we started noticing him jumping and saying i want it again, again. you know? and then he was saying stop like the music is over. there is no more. and then he was saying again, again. so we really freaked out. and then someone took their i iphone out and said we have to phone this moment. i have shivers just thinking of that moment. we are really hoping that he we'll get more with time. we are flying out to l.a. tomorrow for his third
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programming session where they put the volume up a bit. so, he might start hearing a bit more. maybe next week you will hear about him doing something else. >> and hearing your voice. it's incredible. you talk about -- >> -- yeah. >> we all have shivers this morning. and sophie, and august, deep in his ipad probably like my son at this hour of the morning. would appreciate you joining us. >> he fine, can you wave? can you wave? can you say hi? little 3-year-old who can't stay seated, right? this is the best way to keep them seated. yeah. >> thank you so much for joining us. and congratulations on a wonderful moment. >> thank you. >> thank you for having us. and thank you. >> coming up here on the show. a couple brutally attacked as they walked down the street. why police want you to see this video this, movement maybe you can help. plus, snakes, scorpions and tortoises oh my. taking a walk on the wild side. what all these animals have in common. a couple of them are
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♪ ring, ring goes the bell. >> it's your shot of the morning. this week kids across the country went back to school. so we asked for your photos showing your kid's first day of school.
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these pictures clearly show the excitement at first heading to school but they -- get home. look at the differences. >> some kids don't like school other kids love school so much that they dread the weekend. i think we have one of those. >> a bunch of kids are thrilled to go and come back exhausted or sad that they have to come back home. my son though, my wife told him this morning because he started preschool for the first time she told him he can't go to school this morning. he got himself dressed in green lantern t-shirt. she told him this morning and he cried. is he crying and it's taking him two hours to calm down. he wants to go to school so badly. >> that is because he has the coolest teacher who plays guitar and brings animals all the time. >> great school. i don't think i felt that way in 16 years of school. >> me either. >> not once. >> makes you feel better about paying for it, huh? >> oh man, keep those
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pictures coming. make you smile this morning. a brutal attack caught on camera. a man and woman beaten by a gang of guys in downtown springfield, missouri. police releasing this surveillance video hoping to catch the group it all started when the man tried to assault her outside of a club and her boyfriend tried to find guy. that's when the group came up from behind and viciously beat both of them. the come had her ankle fractured. and her boyfriend was all cut up and bruised and everything else. >> talk about a real shirt storm. new york mayor bill belazio bashing t-shirts after the union put a ban on t-shirts. he says individuals have a right to make their own decision. union reps told educators there could be consequences if they wore the shirts to school on the first day of class. but some did anyway. the union had sent an email to teachers that said, quote: public employees must remain objective at all times. this from the same union
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that backed an anti-cop rally and bused teachers to a protest led by al sharpton. a shirt storm. i'm glad i didn't mess it up. debbie wasserman schultz facing serious backlash this week after she called wisconsin's governor a wife abuser. >> scott walker has given women the back of his hand. >> yeah, but a new report revealed just 10 days earlier she was in new mexico helping a lawyer with a history of defending abusive husbands. roxanne lara is running for congress against republican congressman steve pierce. court documents indicate that she had defended at least four men accused of abuse for. her web site says her focus is on defending abused children. and caught on camera, the moment a man's pelted a neighbor's car with eggs. the man in the video has resorted to egg throwing because is he upset that his
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neighbor parks in the street. the owner of that black cougar caught him in the act. when police approached the angry neighbor he confessed. he is charged with criminal mischief. the total dang to the car 800 bucks. sticky egg there. >> 800 bucks? >> i guess they must have dented them. >> the paint, right? it ruins the paint. rick used to egg cars growing up. >> always, exactly. and i know you have to be naciousz with that guy forever. and he knows that you are putting eggs on his car. >> is he going to go ring and run. >> dingdong ditch him. [ laughter ] >> we have severe weather across the northeast. it has been so hot and humid. take a look at these maps here. see the storms move through the afternoon and when they do they are going to be packing a lot of wind. winds may be over 60 miles per hour. certainly be prepared for that behind it, much cooler air moves in and that's great news. one little system or disturbance that we are watching off the coast of the carolinas and georgia.
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that potentially could have a little bit of tropical development certainly is going to have some tropical moisture across the mid-atlantic for parts of this week or next couple of days. down across parts of the southwest in towards texas get ready for very heavy rain. already seeing it this morning. going to get joined one hurricane herbert. eventually over the next few days very heavy rain moves in across parts of the southwest, even into southern california hopefully we will get some rain there parts of west texas, areas of arizona, places that has seen a lot of rain already this monsoon season. we already have flooding concerns we will see there. we will continue to watch that all right. well, we are taking a walk on the wild side this morning on "fox & friends." joining us now is a curator of education at newark new jersey's turtle back zoo. zoo educator diane conner and the things all these animals have in common this morning is that they all have special defenses; is that right? >> that's correct. >> i can see that some of this isrst guy right here.
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this is. >> emperor scorpion in my hand. and in diane's hand we have an african hedge expblog i was stung by a scorpion. some of the worst page i have ever had in my life. >> absolutely the scorpions we have in north america are much more toxic to humans than emperor scorpion is can use his stinger for defense. stinger is on the end of his tail. the stinger that he has. his pinchers are actually also pretty painful. >> i could imagine. >> if he gets ahold of you with those. >> this thing is big. >> it is big. one of our largest corps i don't -- scorpions in the world. very social animal believe it or not. >> i don't believe it. >> this head shot. this guy is so cool looking. >> our hedge hog, her name is lily. you can touch her on her back her spines are actually modified hairs. >> that is so cool. >> they are for defense.
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she has specialized muscles underneath her spines. each little hair has its own individual muscle in the skin that helps to make it raise and lower. >> oh my gosh. >> she has a special layer of muscle, a little lower in the skin across her whole back. >> where do these guys live. >> they are from africa. more arab regions of africa. >> we have a snake and a sceek. >> let's put those down there as you put down that scorpion. a pine snake. what makes a pine snake. >> our pine snake is from new jersey. oh, is he already to come out. >> as in they live in new jersey. >> he lives in new jersey. he lives in the pine -- in new jersey. >> what is his special defense? >> is he not venomous. he has to mimic rattle snakes to help defend himself. so he has a really wild hiss that sounds similar to the rattle snake's hiss. and he takes his tail and
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vibrates it against vegetation to make it sound like the rattle of a rattle snake. >> good mimic. >> what about this? a scink. >> this is a blue tongue scink from australia. >> you are cool. >> his blue tongue is one of his little tricks that he does. he sticks that tongue out, flashes blue which is kind of unusual in the animal kingdom to see blue. >> is that because is he mad? >> not really. he uses it for sensing, tasting and smelling the air. flash of blue is kind of unusual and may surprise a predator. >> absolutely. >> real trick is dropping his tail at will. >> okay. >> can he actually force his tail to follow us and he can. >> he can lose move his -- lose his tail and regrow it? >> while on the ground wiggle and jiggle predator go after the tail while he gets away with his short little legs. >> tortoise and the to toad.
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anna was supposed to be in on this segment and she chose not to be in a part of this. after that they said hey tucker and clayton, do you guys want to get in on and they both were just -- >> my producers were trying to talk to me. >> this little guy is a pancake tortoise. when you are touching him you are going to notice he is he different than most tortoise. is he a little softer shelled, he has spaces between his rib cage which most tortoises are more like this one, this is our hinge backed tortoise high dome shell and very solid rib cage. i don't know if you feel this guy. feel the difference. >> gladly. clayton and anna and tucker don't want to but very very cool. >> one of these guys walks really fast. >> this one is much faster because he has a lighter sell. >> coming after you guys. >> he crawls around on a rock crop africa. finds wedges -- crevasses to
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wedge himself into. >> you guys change your mind. >> pancake tortoise? >> i will come over and play with the skink in the commercial break. >> this isn't college. >> coming up here on the show, president obama sending mixed messages on isis. but you wouldn't know that if you watched the mainstream media this week. we are exploring that bias next. >> you want to know if you are getting the very best deal possible asterisk holds the clue. insider secrets hidden in plain sight. we will tell you what they're. get a pen and paper and stay tuned. om alaska, they think salmon and energy. but the energy bp produces up here creates something else as well: jobs all over america. engineering and innovation jobs.
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>> our objective is clear. and that is to degrade and destroy isil so it is no longer a threat we can continue to shrink isil's sphere of influence to the point where it is a manageable problem. >> huh? what does that mean? well, if you watch the nightly news, you would have thought he was being very tough on isis. watch this. >> today the president vowed isis will pay the price. >> president obama said today whatever these murderer hers think they will achieve, they have already failed. >> president obama today called the beheading of stephan sotloff barbaric and said the killers would be brought to justice. >> the answer today from both the president and vice president appeared to be clear and unambiguous. >> huh? did it really appear clear and unambiguous? the media filter is it getting worse?
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jonah goldberg on national review online is here to he will it us. thanks for coming on this morning. >> good to he see you. >> good to see you. were you surprised by the press reaction to this or is this what he expected they would do? >> i wish i could say i was surprised but, you know, president obama has relied upon exactly this phenomenon pretty much for his entire presidency, which is that he says the things that he needs to say to satisfy the mainstream media's desire for a quote and then the mainstream media recycles that quote as if it has settled the issue. not just on things like isis. he came out and said lois lerner's behavior at the irs was outrageous. the press dutifully reports that and then obama doesn't have to do anything about it and the issue goes away. everybody talks about what obama's objective is and how the third time is the charm and how he can't figure out the right words to say and he finally did. the point is he is not trying to figure out a strategy. is he trying to figure out the words that he can utter that will make the media leave him alone about this
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so he doesn't have to talk about it anymore. >> right. so it is really governing by speech writing as it has been from day one. >> right. it's a very strange thing. i don't know anybody else in life who thinks that they have solved a problem by saying something about the problem. hey, look, there is a fire. doesn't put out the fire. right? but, look, that his his entire approach to a presidency. comes out, gives a press conference about the failed obamacare web site and goes home as if he has done something. that's not doing something. >> but i thought, maybe this is meta spin. i thought the press was finally tired of carrying his water. >> you get that sense every now and then and you can certainly point to individual journalists, jonathan karl of abc, or jake tapper over at cnn who clearly are willing to sort of call this kind of thing straight and hold him accountable and certainly ed henry and our guys at fox are great about this kind of thing. but there is -- there is still this ability that
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obama to simply rhetorically check a box and make an issue go away in a way that no other president could. i mean, the -- president bush, you know, whatever flaws he had, if he made a rhetorical slip up called our fight against al qaeda a crusade. it became a six month issue. people are saying do you attract that admit your mistake and all of this. obama can say we dick columbus things. isis jonah goldberg in washington. s'mores under fire. the government wants to take the chocolate out of your camp fire snack the forest service telling what you to eat. wanting to know if you have the best deal when you go shopping in the asterisk. that's the clue. insider secrets hidden in
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codes? >> i saw an article and went out and did research. some employees posted information online. it's about looking at the cents of the price not the dollars. you can tell if you're paying full price, clearance price. i had employees e-mailing me, different stores, how they do it. correcting the information i have. it's grown into a popular resource. >> jcpenney. hees are codes you'll find on the tags. when you see a price ending in dot 00, what does that mean? >> that is full price. you want to avoid that. >> if it's ending in 99 cents? >> it's a first clearance price. it's been marked down once. it's going to be cheaper than the full price, but not necessarily the best deal you can find. what jcpenney does, if they can't sell it out at 99, they
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end in 97. employee told me they will reduce that price every two weeks. they cut it in half until they clear it out. so you can really score a deal if you look at things at .97. >> .98? >> that's like two for one deals. buy one get one free. >> let's go to costco. i spend way too much time and money. prices ending in 99 cents there? >> you are paying full price. things you want to look for are things that end in .97. it has a reduced price. if it's asterisk, it's clearance. what i am going to look walk around the store looking for things with asterisks? what i recommend, you are looking for a coffee maker. go to the one that ends in .97. it's typically 20%, 30% cheaper than anywhere else you'll find it. >> look for the asterisk. office depot. prices ending in a one.
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what does that mean? >> first clearance. it's been marked down one time. if they don't sell it out, 10, 14 days they'll mark it down to .02. >> what is the space of time? >> it depends on the product. it's typically around 10 to 14 days what the employee told me. you want to look for that .04. that's the best price you are going to get. right now they have back-to-school stuff they are trying to get rid up. look for .03. >> do you find yourself frustrated when you pay full price for something? >> it does. running the coupon web soothe, i haven't paid full price in probably 15 years. not too worried about it. >> rather be shopping.com. for more of these hidden codes at your favorite stores. cool stuff. thanks. >> good to hear. patriot or trader? former top nsa official says edward snowden leaks are helping
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and i have no feet... i really didn't think this through. trust the midas touch. for brakes, tires, oil, everything. (whistling) good morning, today is saturday, september 6, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. a fox news alert. the hunt is on for this man who may be spreading the word of isis inside the united states. a fox news exclusive. the man who tried to save ambassador chris stevens going on the record for the very first time about what happened when they tried to help. >> five minutes, thumbs up, ready to go. >> then what happened? >> i said, hey, we're ready to go. bob looks right through me and looks at the team leader and goes, you need to wait.
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>> could they have saved those americans killed in benghazi? more from the stunning interview coming up. calling all couch potatoes. a dream sofa. one that will drive you back and forth to the refrigerator. football season is starting. where can i get me one of those? "fox and friends" hour four starts right now. got a beer? >> how about that robotic cooler? that's cool. but a couch? >> what if the cooler breaks down. i have to give credit to our stage manager david who said, sofa so good. >> i likes puns. you have to be masmart to do pu. >> we had an animal joke. what was it? >> i toad you so. >> we officially entered the forth hour when we are pun drunk.
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breaking new developments in the efforts to track isis terrorists inside this country. could this man, kicked out of a minnesota mosque for spreading radical islamic messages be a recruiter for isis? >> this as another american joins the terror group. >> elizabeth prann is live in washington. let's talk about 31-year-old amir mishal who has been kicked out in june because a volunteer says he was talking in terms of jihad and radical islamists to younger members at the mosque. in 2017 he did admit to being in a training camp in somalia, but says he was not a terrorist and never formally charged by the fbi who did, in fact, question him at the type. that same mosque is where authorities believe a 19-year-old woman attended who is now said to be recruited by isis and in syria.
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she told her family she wanted to take care of wounded fighters. her family says they are distraught and working with authorities and the community to struggle and understand why. >> the good news is that her family contacted the fbi. that tells you as a community we are working with our law enforcement. >> the family says they have no idea how she was recruited, but community activists attribute a very advanced social media campaign and money being given to lure young people. back to you guys. >> thanks, elizabeth. >> a lot of questions as to exactly how they are getting these recruits all over the world. we saw the numbers this week out of how many recruits are coming from england, how many coming from france, how many coming from the united states. what is it really about? it's about getting bodies there on the battlefield. we talked to lieutenant colonel ralph peters who talked about when people tell you it's only a few thousand fighters, correct them. it's tens of thousands of fighters. dr. jim walsh, international
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security expert was on our show earlier this morning. >> they want to recruit people everywhere from the u.s. there are five times the number of recruits from britain, seven times the number in france. they want bodies. when you look at the interviews with the isis members who we captured or quit, their goal is not to hit the u.s. right now. that may be true eventually. their goal is to take over iraq and syria. if they were able to do that -- and i don't think they are going to be able to do that -- then they would shift their focus to the other countries. >> heard a different theory from the department of homeland security. post 9/11, terrorists said i see the united states is starting to check into foreigners' backgrounds. if they may or may not be risky, they'll make it harder for them to enter. it is a recruitment of getting as many bodies, but if they have
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western passports, it poses different dangers. >> finally we are hearing from the president. he had multiple press conferences during that nato meeting and finally has come up with a strategy than the no-strategy strategy. is it enough? >> we have to act as part of the international community to degrade and ultimately destroy isis. the goal has to be to dismantle them. i also leave here confident that nato allies and partners are prepared to join in a broad international effort. we are going to degrade and ultimately defeat isil the same way we have gone after al qaeda. >> whatever. who even knows what that means. if you were serious about this, first thing you stop importing potential recruits into this country. letting massive immigration from countries with islamic terror problems come here and get u.s. passports. if someone joins isis with a u.s. passport, take the passport away. they were asked by a reporter if
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you find out someone joins isis does he lose his american passport? the answer was no maybe. >> david cameron was emphatic about it. britain, if there is relationship with isis, if they've gone to syria, your passport will be checked and revoked. >> let's resettle tens of thousands of somali refugees in minnesota and maine, why don't we get to weigh in on that? you can import people from where there is tons of islamic extremism? i would like a say in that. >> just your tax dollars. >> we are getting more reports, an explosive new claim in a fox exclusive. what happened when benghazi came under attack? bret baier sat down with three of the operatives who were there
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and they were told to stand down and not go to the consulate. what happened in those 30 minutes is chilling. listen. >> thumbs up, ready to go. >> then what happened. >> i said, hey, we are ready to go. bob looks right through me and looks at the team leader and goes, you guys need to wait. >> bob was the cia's base chief in benghazi. >> i said, we need to get over there. we are losing the initiative. bob just looked straight at me and said stand down, you need to wait. >> starting to get calls from the state department saying we are taking fire. we need you guys here. we need help. >> after being repeatedly told to wait, the security team defied orders and headed to the besieged consulate on their own. they asked repeatedly for armed air support which never came. >> if i gave you that 30 minutes back, would they be alive today?
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>> yes, they would still be alive today. >> according to the state department, these three state operatives are lying. listen to what marie harf said yesterday. >> there was no standdown. there was a short delay so they could get back up and get additional weaponry before they went into a situation that they were unaware of what they were going to be encountering on the other side. to be clear, there was no stand down order given from anyone. there has been no evidence to support that claim throughout this entire process. it keeps coming up. every time it does, we will keep saying there is no evidence. >> every time we roll a sound bite from marie harf, it is something completely ludicrous or dishonest. how do people like that become a spokesman for the state department? >> she is a puppet doing what she is paid to do. >> she is paid to inform the rest of us. you are absolutely right. it's annoying. >> comes from the top. >> if you want to watch that
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special, 5:00 p.m. tonight on the fox news channel. right after the huckabee show at 9:00 p.m. >> bret says he's done a lot of these specials and this is the most moving one he's ever done. that's saying a lot. other stories making headlines. u.s. coast guard in search for wreckage of a small plane that crashed into the ocean after crews final an oil slick. onboard prominent new york real estate development larry glazer and his wife jane. he was piloting the single-engine plane when it veered offcourse. fighter jets scrambled when he lost communication with air traffic controllers. they believe the cabin lost pressure and the couple passed out. paradise on fire. hava spilling from a volcano creeping toward a subdivision on hawaii's big island. the lava could reach homes within five days.
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they are urging residents to finalize evacuation plans and get out of there. the hava estimated to be moving about 800 feet per day. oops. they did it again. it's not a bad britney spears song. first the irs lost lois lerner's e-mails, now they say they lost e-mails from five more employees. all part of the investigation into the targeting of tea party groups. two employees worked at the epicenter of the controversy in a cincinnati office processing applications for tax-exempt status. the irs is blaming computer crashes and says there is no evidence of foul play. the government is urging people to changeup the ingredients in s'mores. the u.s. forest service suggests ditching the chocolate all together and add fruit. this clearly isn't sitting well with many of our viewers. wendy says, if i want to eat chocolate, i will and i certainly don't need anyone's permission to do so.
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on twitter, fruit may be better for me, but chocolate will be my choice every time. and, i'm going to start eating s'mores with double chocolate just because the administration doesn't want me to. >> how do you make a s'mores with strawberries dripping out of the side? it's going to get mushy. >> why is the u.s. forest service weighing in on this? back off. go tend to your trees. >> they saved the bald eagle and have nothing else to do. let's check in with rick reichmuth. >> let's go calming with lonny with the double chocolate. we are going to let you put this on here. it's like a paper towel and ball point pen. "hi bob." thanks. temperaturewise it is hot and humid all across parts of the eastern seaboard. enjoy it if you like that kind of thing because it's about to change. behind severe weather. take a look at temperatures over the next five days. you see the blue across parts of
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canada. watch how that starts to invade areas of the u.s. this week. 50 degrees on wednesday for a high in fargo. 53 on thursday. kansas city 65. 62 in denver. our first real batch of cooler fall air is coming in this week. today we've got the severe weather threat across areas of the big city in the northeast as the front moves through. that's going to come through between 4:00 and 9:00 tonight and behind that the cooler air moves. in back to you inside. >> rick reichmuth. >> don't brink the janky sign or rick will call you out on it. >> what does that mean? >> we'll still put you on tv. a top official says edward snowden's leaks are helping isis hide from u.s. intelligence. calling all couch potatoes. it's a dream sofa that will drive you back and forth to the fridge. sofa so good.
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welcome back. there are reports that isis in syria and iraq is using leaks gleaned from the stock pile of classified information edward snowden made public to hide from u.s. intelligence. this report is coming from a former top official in this country. is it true and what does it mean in our war against islamic extremism? david kennedy formerly with nsa joins us. >> thanks, tucker. >> how do you know this is true? >> i came from the nsa side and i was an analyst what we use for intelligence are different ways to track and collect and intercept communications to find them. just as an example, right after
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the afghanistan conflict, we were tracking bin laden with satellite phones. it was leaked during that period of time that we were tracking him that way. he switched to different methods that made it much more difficult to track. isis is definitely going through the snowden leaks looking at how we intercept communications and diverting their techniques so we can't track them and grab intelligence off them. >> what specific techniques do you believe they've learned about from the snowden leaks? >> if you look at what the snowden leaks detail, everything from cell phone communications to skype communications. g-mail, e-mail communications. all are techniques and methods that the intelligence agency use to collect. they are very specific how they do that. a lot of those techniques are being diverted so that they use encrypted communications so we can't get to them and intercept them and find them. >> so there are means of electronic communication that the nsa can't crack? >> that's what the snowden documents say. they are having trouble with
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certain forms of encryption and certain techniques they were using and trying to find other ways to get into them. there are ways out there. with the snowden documents, there is this whole privacy concern here in the united states and the rest of the world. there is new technology we are trying to stop eavesdropping on the nsa. those are things from a privacy perspective that we developed that isis is using to help themselves from being captured. >> where would they get that technology? >> it's all over the internet. you can download it. you have dark nets, other methods of communication that can't be intercepted. it's allredly available. if you do a lot of research you can easily grab that technology. >> you wish there was a way where u.s. citizens could retain their privacy. i don't want the nsa spying on me, and at the same time allow u.s. intel agencies look at what isis is doing. there is no way to do that, is
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there? >> this is the same debate i got on with one of my friends on facebook recently. the snowden documents, what they showed is that the nsa has an overly broadway of doing collections on u.s. citizens. that is a problem. we need to be transparent on who we are collecting on and making sure they are not spying on everybody, while keeping the techniques secret and how we get intelligence. it's a fine balance. >> it is. thank you for coming on the show. >> appreciate it. they look harmless, more than a dozen fake cell phone towers have been found across the country. what are they doing there? this is scary and weird? are they tapping into our conversations? what we know coming up next. a controversial new study claims divorcing parents who try to stay friends for the sake of the kids aren't helping their kids at all. divorce is so bad, there is nothing you can do to make it better. that's what the study says. is it true? [ male announcer ] if you had a dollar for every dollar
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good morning. some quick headlines. autopsy results on joan rivers inconclusive. the new york city medical examiner's office saying they will need to conduct more tests to determine the cause of death. she died suffering a cardiac arrest during a routine medical procedure. her funeral is set for tomorrow. department of education will refile 150,000 fafsa applications because of a processing glitch. students may lose out on
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thousands of dollars of financial aid. department admitting errors were made after making a change to the income requirements on its online forms. a new study that says divorcing parents that try to stay together for the sake of the kids are doing nothing to help them. the impact on the kids is the same whether mom and dad make nice or not. here to discuss siriusxm's the moms. and father and chef with the couple's kitchen. nice to see you all this morning. welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> this argument, this idea if you stay together or when you break up, you should be amicable, show up on the house on a regular basis, be friendly, that that doesn't do anything to help the kids at all. do you buy that? >> i'm divorced. that's good news for me. i can start being mean. i'm kidding. i wanted an amicable divorce. i 100% disagree with that report. i see the effects on my children
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who are 9 and 6. when we get along better, it works better for my children. they feel the stress if we are fighting or not getting along. we don't go to each other's houses. i know plenty of people who do that. >> does it give them a false of hope? >> we are talking "parent trap." i think it's important they see you get along, they know you guys can get along and be friends, but not hanging out, you two going on dates that. really confuses roles for the kids. they don't know and think maybe there is a chance they are going to get back together here. i know for our daughter, she really needs to identify roles, understand what's happening and who is doing what. >> i think the most important thing is that children are surrounded by love and affection. that's going to help them in their life. i think divorce, because i lived through it with this one right here, is a very difficult thing. it may start out amicable, there is tension, money, custody and there is a lot.
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>> what about sticking it together, making it through the hard times? >> children would rather be from a broken home than live in one. you want to be in a positive environment. >> i wrote a divorce series. we chose to separate because of the children. if two people don't like each other, there is no reason to stay together when you can have two happy parents apart. so that was the choice we made. i 100% disagree with the report. i think that there is no good in not getting along. >> let's talk about allowance now. another big story making headlines this morning. a mom blogger took to her blog and said i am fed up with paying my kids to do chores around the house. "i don't do allowances any more. this may change in the future. but here is what i ended up thinking. my kids shouldn't get paid for helping around the house, especially if they are continually doing a crappie job at it." i got an allowance. i mowed the lawn and got a few bucks a week.
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did it help me or a stupid move? >> there are certain things. it's your house. be thankful for having a nice house and nice things in your house and take care of them because it's your responsibility to take care of the good things you have. certain chores i think are expected. you shouldn't get paid for making your bed in the morning. >> shouldn't we expect our kids to be part of the family? >> yes. they are on a team. they are going to clear their plates, make their bids, pick their clothes off the floor. i do believe if your kids are doing something extra like an hour-long project in the garage or help rake the leaves for an hour and miss something with your friends, i think that's okay to pay them and help them and have them earn money to understand the value of a dollar and save. >> what about being entrepreneurial and get out in the community. go door-to-door. i'm going to shovel your walk for you. make $5 a yard. >> we do like that. >> i didn't know there was a connection between allowance and chores. to me they are two totally separate things.
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my children have learned to do the little things. again, they are still young and i don't give them allowance at the moment. maybe i should start thinking about it. it will not be connected to chores. >> people try to use that allowance to justify or chores to justify allowance. or you are part of the family you help out. >> you are a chef. i want your take on this. the forest service is going to try to get rid of s'mores and get rid of chocolate out of your s'mores? >> i'm fired up, too. you cannot take chocolate out of my s'mores. it's ridiculous. it's not a s'mores if it doesn't have chocolate. >> when you take the chocolate away from this -- >> there is no point. >> they want you to put fruit in there. >> that's the whole healthy movement. you are talking to somebody who gives their kids chocolate for breakfast. >> we'll compromise here. >> live in my house. >> we'll spread strawberry jam on the gram cracker then put the
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chocolate on, maybe peanut butter on the other side. >> great to see you all this morning. thank you so much. coming up, making reservations for dinner tonight? you'll want to mind your manners. what your waiter could be serving up if you don't. plus a foul ball given to a pint-sized fan. it's what this boy did next that has the internet all abuzz. there's never been a better time to come to bass pro shops than right now. announcer: bass pro shops is the place for incredible savings. like your choice of bass pro hats for only $5. and this she outdoor vintage camo hoodie for under $30.
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geniuses. couch surfing will never be the same. students in australia inventing a robot couch. it has a video game controller that powers it. if you want to build it it will cost around $3,000 and an engineering degree. >> when robots do take over and start issuing orders to us, we can look back at this moment and say it all began there. >> it all began on the couch. it's football season. you were bringing up the point earlier about the robotic cooler that would come over to you. what if that breaks down? >> you have to have a plan b. >> you can't be getting up off the couch to go get something. >> you need a robot making your
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drinks for you, too. here is a study that confirms what you already knew, which is be nice to waiters. the consequences of not doing so are profound as in this clip. >> let me tell you about a couple of things i learned while working at the coffee house. first of all, the customer is always right. a smile goes a long way. and if anyone is ever rude to you, sneeze muffin. >> sneeze muffin. according to this study, 79% of restaurant employees will make fun of annoying customers and 6% will tamper with your food. >> jesse jackson told reporters he used to spit in people's food when he worked in a restaurant for racial reasons. he was mad. 6%? i don't believe it. it's got to be higher why. would you ever be rude to someone who is handling your food? you have to be insane. >> that scares me about having
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to send something back. have you done that? >> never. i smile and say, thank you. >> this burger is not cooked. judge, this mind is fabulous. i don't find there is cork floating in it. >> you had a terrible restaurant experience not too long ago, but you were so nice, i don't think you sent anything back. >> what was this? >> someplace -- one of those terrible places on the upper east side. >> yeah. they were awful. they tried to charge me $40 for an omelet or something ridiculous. >> that's the upper east side. >> i mean $25 is ridiculous enough. >> you were nice anyway. always be nice to the people who handle your food and raise your children. if you follow those two rules, you will have a happy life. >> tips you can live by. >> let us know your thoughts. do you ever send food back? are you scared anyone is going to tamper with it? >> other stories making headlines for your saturday morning. american university professor goes on a path of destruction in washington, d.c.
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dr. david pitts is accused of setting fires and breaking into a medical building. he was arrested and cops found more than 5,000 prescription pills inside his home. one neighbor was shocked to hear the news. >> he is a professor. this is a guy who is teaching our future generation. this is not good. >> pitts is due back in court next week. they look harmless, but are mysterious fake cell phone towers tapping your phone? a new report says 19 of these bogus towers have been found across the united states. several are near military bases. experts say you will notice if you are near one of these towers because your signal will drop significantly. we'll have to dig deeper in this one. a miraculous story gone viral. a 3-year-old canadian boy born deaf hearing music for the very first time. ♪
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>> little august can now hear sounds thanks to an experimental device implanted into his brain. he and his mother joined us earlier to share their incredible story. >> we did feel like this could help him out in some way and help him lip read or hear to reference sounds like a dog barking. we did the research and digging in and talking to the california team. it sounded like august was the perfect candidate. >> august's operation is the first in a clinical trial supported by the national institutes of health. it could help set a precedent for future surgeries. lucky little boy. an early lesson on chivalry. one by's slick move during the red sox/blue jays game. he gets handed a foul ball from the ball girl, but then turns around and hands it over to the young girl sitting behind him. the kid's mom is so proud. it sent a reporter into the stands to give him two
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baseballs. he was hoping for a smooch or something. >> you remember that orchid though at another game? the kid caught a foul ball and then he had an extra one in his pants and turned around and gave to it a girl. that was a crafty move. >> that kid will be a united states senator. >> you've i got to be thinking ahead if you bring that ball if you think there is going to be that chance. >> right. >> people are asking why i go back inside in between hits. what did you say? >> to put on your make-up. >> there is a serious fight going on with the crowd out here right now. not good. take a look at the weather maps. it's to make my weather maps in between. that's what it is. hurricane norberth is out there off the baja peninsula of mexico. it is going to get very close to the san diego area. not as a hurricane but bring tropical moisture. probably winds across coastal areas of southern california. again very big waves. what you are going to notice is rain over the next few days
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along parts of the southwest and some areas, maybe two to three inches. that is going to bring flooding. it's monsoon season. this will probably be the last gasp of monsoonal time across the southwest. we'll watch that carefully. today across the northeast, a hot, humid day across the coast. behind it, much cooler air moves in. it will be very stormy as a very significant squall line moves through. down east is hot and humid. pop-up thunderstorms. 65 in amarillo. they'll see a lot of rain. northern plains, cooler temps and sunshine. across the west, the heat builds again in the pacific northwest. all right, guys, that's it. >> see? he made all those maps. >> rick, one of the last top ofotop topografrs. >> you want to get into the new medical marijuana phase? the government wants to help
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you. >> make over $30,000 and get it for free, too. >> rick's done it. we'll see what it takes to become a lumberjack. are you kid moog he? look at him go. stick around. first, let's check in with neil cavuto on "the cost of freedom business block." >> good morning. you see this number? it has a lot of folk vs worried. it is the reason our enemies have our number. >> think the news we just got out on jobs is bad? wait till these guys get their way. food stamp use falling. is everyone a little too quick? from whole grain oat foods like cheerios can help lower cholesterol. thank you!
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the dough? good news in berkeley, california. a new law requires medical marijuana dispensaries to give away at least 2% of their weed to low-income patients. bishop ron allen and mason tubbard. good morning, guys. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having us. >> i will start with you. doesn't marijuana have a reputation of getting folks off the couch and turning them into goal-oriented, driven individuals? >> well, marijuana makes you, number one, lethargic. it kills your motivation, for sure. i will certainly tell you underserved and poor and low income of berkeley do not deserve to be a part of berkeley ci city's sinister and reckless plot to keep these individuals
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high and in poverty. kills motivation. it affects judgment. these individuals will never get out of poverty with this plan from berkeley city council. >> what do you think? mason, on the other hand, you say that there is a real need for this and berkeley residents deserve to be treated just like everybody else. >> ultimately, the voters in california decided to make medical marijuana legal. it's something that 85% of americans think should be legal and available according to the last fox news poll. it's something medical societies around the country think is an effective treatment for all sorts of conditions, whether it's aids, cancer, als, epilepsy. this is a community that has decided that if you are a qualified medical marijuana patient, you should be able to access it affordably. you can argue about whether that's a good social policy or not in terms of providing
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affordable medical care to lower income people, but the fact is that's this community's decision. the bishop is just way off base. more than 50% of americans have tried american. it's harmless. >> while talking about a percentage here. let's look at the poverty stricken in berkeley. what do you think this policy will do to that number? >> it will increase the policy. mason, the fda has not qualified marijuana has medicine. it has to go through a process. although we hear that ridiculous excuse about the fda, they qualify your peanut butter, my friend. we find no medicine at all in marijuana. in fact, it enhances mental illness. it is more carcinogenic than cigarettes.
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you've got to be kidding me. in fact, there is a study that's coming out of calvary that says marijuana affects the same pleasure system as heroin and cocaine. now, what does that mean? you might say marijuana is not addictive, mason, let me get personal with you for a minute. i was an addict for seven years of my life. crack cocaine addict. a functional crack cocaine addict. passed tests, went to work, but let me tell you, my friend, i was addicted to crack cocaine. >> we are not talking about crack cocaine, sir. stick to the subject. the fact is that marijuana's gone through more human clinical trials than more than 30% of prescription drugs the fda has approved. we are not talking about your personal experience with crack cocaine. we are talking about whether seriously ill people in california are deserving of medical marijuana at an affordable price if they qualify under the state law.
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how uncompassionate can you be to say someone dying of aids -- >> uncompassionate? i'm a minister. >> sir, let me finish. when their physician and all the national aids group say it will make the quality of their life better. that is uncompassionate. >> what i'm saying -- >> we have to leave it there. i apologize. certainly a lively debate. we appreciate both your sides. mason, you say the good outweighs the bad and bishop, you say it's completely ludicrous all the way around. coming up, dozens of drivers gridlocked but not because of traffic. how did two deer get on to the golden gate bridge? plus, come, come close to your tv. it's a competition you don't want to miss. who is the better lumberjack? rick reichmuth, anna kooiman,
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fox news alert, we have just learned that the white house will announce president obama is delaying action on immigration that unilateral amnesty plan that we have been talking about until after the november election. this is at the urging of democrats in tight races. well, the time has come to put what we have learned this morning at lumber jack university to the test. and what better way than a relay. >> and once again, we are joined by the adirondack woodsmen school, and bennett lowmyer,and adam storm and brett, this is your school.
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>> yes. >> i have learned a lot this morning, what about you guys? >> well, i have not been out here yet, but i am just learning, but you learn all kinds of things of how to make a fire in all weather without match, but today, with we are chopping wood. >> yes, it is a a lumberjack competition and you are in it, and i know that you have not done it before, but we are going to call them the mystery whips, and it is a lot of fun and relay event here, chopping and sawing and throwing all in a relay. >> and rick is going to join one team, and you are going to join another. >> and anna and rick over here for the crosscut saw. >> okay. >> the mystery work. >> and then right after this we are going to go to the speed chopping here. and this is what you would not like anna to do with the high heels. >> it is not working well with the high heels. >> how often do people cut a foot? >> well, let's not talk about
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it, because that is bet e fter everyone. no, with we have chainmail on our shoes to prevent injury. and then from there we go to the ax throw and the first person to stick the ax will be the winner. >> and when do you make the chr croissants and scones. >> very funny. >> one, two, three! >> go, anna! >> here we go. my money was on anna, but the leopard heels. >> not the best footwear. >> you don't allow the students to wear that? >> no, not close. but she is sticking with it. >> and that is why they call it a misery whip, baby.
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>> help me. >> absolutely. >> okay. she got it, and the problem is that you have to keep it going in the straight direction. >> nice! we have some catching up to do here. >> animals! >> got it!
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>> wow! that was intense. rick, you did it. how did it feel? >> well, you know, i would feel a little bit bad for anna this the heels. >> it was the leopard heels. >> by the way, that was more woodsmanship displayed in midtown manhattan that i have ever seen. >> imagine that. >> yes, depressing. all right. more "fox & friends" in two minutes. >> all right. thank you, guys. i mean it's so simple. it's like my car insurance. i saved 15% in fifteen minutes. well esurance could have saved you money in half that time. three in a row! sweet! 15 minutes for a quote isn't so sweet. level 2! start with a quoterom esurance and you could save money on car insurance in half the time. welcome to the modern world. esurance, backed by allstate. click or call.
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all right. take a look at this. dozens of drivers gridlocked, but not because of traffic. two deer bringing the evening commute to a half hour standstill on the golden gate bridge. they stopped traffic for that many hours for two deer on the golden gate bridge and how did they end up there in the first place? >> they are fleeing to moran county. >> and one of the producers kelly kramer put it on, there
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and also her birthday. happy birthday, kelly. >> there she is. >> and happy 19th birthday, kelly. >> we start them young here. >> and that is it for the show, and "bulls and bears u "coming up next. >> i believe that we will win. i believe that we will win. the minimum wage raging in more than 150 u.s. cities this week. and the one demand? double the pay. hundreds off landing in cuffs to make the point, but what about this point -- the job market is slowing. millions of americans are still looking for work, and now some here are warning that if these guys get their way, more workers will be out of work. who is right? hi, everyone. i'm brenda buttner, and this is "bulls and bears." gary b. sm

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