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the mirror for the next hour to make sure i look awesome. greg, you look awesome. thanks so much for joining us. "fox & friends" starts now. >> bye. >> good morning. today is monday, october 27. i'm ainsley earhardt filling in for elisabeth this morning. we begin with a fox news alert. another teenager has died from that gruesome high school shooting in washington state. the new development from a news conference overnight. >> and they might have ebola but the white house telling stir crazy patients go home. stay there. should the feds be overruling quarantines mandated by some states? we're going to report and you, of course, will decide. >> never mind the mid terms a week away. today people might be talking about 2016 instead after the word is another bush could be running for president. jeb's son blowing the lid off his family's big plans? perhaps? one thing i do know for
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sure, mornings are better with friends. >> i'm ollie north and you're watching "fox & friends." >> thank you very much, colonel. welcome aboard, folks. >> wk. >> thank you very much. i take off one day and i'm in dallas and hear about the ebola doctor. he goes bowling. he is on an uber. >> that restaurant no one was showing up at the restaurant over the weekend. no one wanted to go this. it's a popular restaurant in greenwich. >> i think the mayor wound up going. >> a photo opportunity. everything is fine. >> we've got news regarding that doctor, plus also that nurse that's been held. now she is going to sue chris christie. that is what she's been threatening. >> we start with a fox news alert. overnight a 14-year-old girl shot at a washington
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state high school succombing to her injuries. gia soriano was among five people hit with bullets when jaib jaib opened fire -- when jaylen fryberg opened fire at a cafeteria. fryberg had just been crowned freshman homecoming prince then turned the gun on himself. the murder is still a mystery this morning but police say the 15-year-old left troubling messages on social media and was recently suspended from school for fighting. new evidence this morning proving the canadian parliament shooting was a planned terror attack. police say the gunman recorded video of himself prior to that attack. law enforcement analyze that video say it proves he was driven by ideological and political motives. the gunman was killed in that attack. a real tragedy rocking major league baseball this morning. a fatal car crash cutting short the promising career of st. louis cardinals outfielder oscar pavareza.
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the 22-year-old and his girlfriend were killed in a car wreck in the dominican republic sunday. he lost control and ran off the road. he was a rising star in major league baseball. he made his debut with the cardinals just this season. the giants are one win away from winning the world series after last night's game five win. they led the series 3-2. game six in kansas city tomorrow night. the game kicked off with a touching tribute to san francisco native robin williams. his son zach throwing out the opening pitch. it was quite a weekend for sports indeed. and those are your headlines. >> more on that later including what happened in the nfl. let's talk about what's going on with ebola. in new york city we are stunned to find out a doctor who happens to be a wonderful person, treating
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patients with ebola in west africa came back and after a few days of jogging and a low-grade fief, it turns out he had ebola. we look back at where he's been and what he was doing and we realize he potentially could have contaminated three subway lines, herald square where he walked through, the people he had come in contact with after jogging as well as two bowling alleys and a restaurant. that prompted two governors to take action. >> they took the action. they said that's crazy. what we're going to do is we're going to have this policy and new york and new jersey as well where if somebody comes back from one of those countries and been around people with ebola what they're going to have to do is they're going to have to be quarantined at home unless you are from another state. that same day that they announced that. a young woman named kaci hickok from the state of maine went through the airport at newark. they did that digital scan thing. she had a temperature of
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101 on her forehead. she was carted off to university hospital in newark where she tested negative. but because of the program that both cuomo and christie put in place, she was put on a 21-day quarantine in newark. now she has been calling from her tent. she says her human rights are being violated and she wants to sue chris christie because she says she shouldn't be there. >> her temperature dropped. >> anthony fow which i saying we've revised the guidelines and is against quarantine. >> people who are a symptomatic do not transmit. that doesn't mean we're cavalier about it but there are other steps you can protect people based on scientific evidence that doesn't necessarily have to go so far as to possibly have unintended consequences of disincentivizing health care workers. the best way to protect us is to stop the epidemic in africa and we need those health care workers so we
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do not want to put them in a position where it makes it very, very uncomfortable. >> chris christie also brought up, the fact is you've got to have mandatory quarantines. these health care workers who obviously care so much about people they're going to give their time for very little money to go to africa i'm sure don't want to infect anyone. so a mandatory quarantine would be in place but shouldn't be going against their beliefs. chris christie put up a great point. he said we told an nbc reporter and crew be in a -- not mandatory but quarantine yourself. they didn't. they were walking around princeton having a great time. now he's going to take action. here he is yesterday with chris wallace. >> the fact of the matter is that we -- i don't believe when you're dealing with something as serious as this that we can count on a voluntary system. this is government's job. if anything else, the government's job is to protect the safety and health of our citizens. and so we've taken this action and i absolutely
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have no second thoughts about it. >> saying he has an obligation to protect the citizens of new jersey which is where you live. how many people hive in the state of new jersey? his obligation is to protect those millions and i'm sorry if this one person has to be in quarantine he's saying, but it's better to be safe than sorry. >> after the two governors came out and said they're going to have to have a 21-day quarantine and then this woman out in newark now is threatening to blow everything up by suing the governor of new jersey for keeping her against her will because she says i don't have it even though i had the temperature at the airport, the white house called both the governors and complained and said you've got to reconsider. cuomo last night had a press conference and said you know what? if you're a new yorker you can stay at your house. but that was the same policy that they came up with last wednesday. >> if they catch you at the airport, they'll put you somewhere else. >> the obligation is if you test positively, they're going to cart you off.
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>> cuomo is saying if you don't have symptoms you can stay home. your friends can visit, your family can visit. just monitor yourself. once you have symptoms we'll take a different approach. >> there is a five-year-old from the bronx here in new york city who was also taken to bellevue hospital yesterday. he was in west africa not too long ago, a couple of days ago. he had 103-degree temperature and they came and picked him up with a hazmat suit and he was exhibiting all those symptoms you associate with ebola. could be two people here in new york city with ebola. >> the other big story, the mid term elections. >> just eight days away in several key battle ground states. new polls show republicans poised perhaps to take control of the senate for the first time in eight years. peter doocy live in d.c. >> about $4 billion will be spent on mid term elections according according to the center for
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responsive politics. we're a week and a day away from seeing what all that money gets you. in colorado right now, g.o.p. congressman corey gardner is a hair ahead of the incumbent democratic senator 46-45 in the latest nbc poll. in arkansas that poll puts republican cotton up against mark pryor 45-43. the big joni ernst braley race is led by republican 49-46. this is one constant. that is president obama's underwater approval rating. >> when the president goes on national tv and says this is about me, these are my policies, all my policies are on the ballot, and when he further says by the way, all these candidates who are trying to distance themselves from me, they all vote with me and want to vote with me,
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so it is a national election. >> the race gets down to the final moments, the voters focus on the two candidates, not on the national referendum. when the two candidates compare almost inevitably we do better. >> in north carolina this nbc marist poll shows senator kay hagan tied with tom tillis. all these races are close and any of them may decide who controls the senate in the next session. >> peter, thank you. >> now looking forward to 2016, many people are wondering who's going to run for the white house. you're hearing hillary clinton. you're hearing jeb bush. jeb bush's son, george p. bush was on abc's this week with jonathan carl and he had to say this about his dad running for president. >> is your dad going to run for president? >> i think he's still assessing it. >> do you think it's more than 50%? less than 50%?
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>> i think it's more than likely that he's giving this a serious thought. >> more than likely he'll run? >> that he'll run. if you asked me a few years back i would have said it was less likely. >> the family will be behind him 100%? >> the family will be behind him 100% if he decides to do it. >> george p. is running for land commissioner in texas. >> peter baker wrote in "the new york times" wrote today about the whole thing and they're saying possibly jeb is not appreciating that his older brother and family members are pushing him forward, that his mom is not for him running but was convinced to not tell anybody that while she decides. >> did she retract that? didn't she say originally -- >> i talked to her in houston the next week and she said eus -- i was reluctant but i would be okay if he ran. thris christie yesterday president will probably be
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a governor. i think he was hoping it would be him and not somebody who was once upon a time the governor. >> rand paul came back jimmy carter was a governor. that was his counter punch. >> they're in the country illegally but casting ballots with everybody else. could illegals decide some of the most crucial races in next week's mid terms? the shocking numbers next. >> what's one nfl player's son -- what one nfl player's son did to deserve this. >> who is your favorite player? [inaudible] >> good luck. >> a wide receiver's two-year-old son left out on the street. ♪ ♪ ♪ for most people, earning cash back ends here, at the purchase.
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these states are 1 and 2% and you see illegals voted between 2 and 6% over the last two elections, what is your greatest concern there? >> it's not just the individual states that these decisions are going to make a difference in. colorado is tight, new hampshire is tight, north carolina is tight. but sometimes these decisions have a national impact. we saw that in 2008 in the minnesota race with al franken and norm coleman. that ended up being the 60th vote that brought us obamacare. it has national implications. it's very important. >> a lot of people say if you're here illegally, the last thing you want to do is sign your name on something and show a temporary drivers license or anything that might get you caught or apprehended. do you think that that's -- what is the mind-set there do you think among the hispanic community? >> i mean some people may be voting out of ignorance. they're saying 14% of noncitizens are renal sterd. who are these -- are
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registered. who are these people registering people who are noncitizens. i will say over 70% of hispanics actually believe in voter i.d. nobody understands better than hispanics who come from countries like cuba and venezuela and he will will -- and el salvador. >> today janet napolitano is going to make a major speech saying the president essentially has no choice but to take unilateral executive action after this election because congress didn't. what would that do for immigration reform? >> i'll tell you what, it's going to absolutely poison the waters. republicans want, overwhelmingly want immigration reform and there is a compromise that can be made between both sides in this issue. and what the president will do is poison the waters and i think set us back in terms of finding a solution that everyone can agree
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some headlines for you this morning. the u.s. combat mission in afghanistan is drawing to a close. a small ceremony marking the handover of camp leather net to the afghan army. this just in, south korean prosecutors demanding the death penalty for the captain of the ferry that sunk back in april killing more than 300 people. he was charged with murder after he was caught on camera abandoning that ship. >> meanwhile, nba hall of famer charles barkley sparking heated debate after he was asked about a rumor that seattle seahawks quarterback russell wilson was taking heat from his black teammates for not being, quote, black enough. listen to this. >> unfortunately as i tell my white friend, we as black people, we're never
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going to be successful not because of you white people. because of other black people. when you are black, you have to deal with so much crap in your life from other black people. it's a dirty, dark secret. i'm glad it's coming out. >> joining us is radio talk show host kevin jackson. he's in st. louis. and democratic strategist brian benjamin joins us from new york. guys, good morning to you. kevin, you say charles barkley nails it on this many why? >> he absolutely does, as it involves this particular case, you have this kid who is an nfl quarterback who has won the super bowl and he gets close to management and they say oh, he's becoming too white. you know, how can you be a successful young black man who's already got a super bowl win under his belt and something like that happens? it happens with self-abuse. that's the number-one thing that we tend to do in black america is we abuse each other worse than anything.
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>> the comment was how blacks can be successful under this situation. the truth is blacks are successful. when you look at charles barkley's point it is false because he himself is successful and there are a number of successful blacks all over this country who have done well. people get crap from everybody. i think this is a convenient argument to make someone else's point but has nothing to do with the fact that blacks aren't successful. we are successful as a people. oh, by the way, obama was said to not be black enough when he was losing to hillary in 2007 until he won in iowa. these are convenient arguments people like to drum up when they make sense for their point. >> that's not the point. the point is in the case of this particular quarterback, the idea that his success is based on him getting closer to management -- and management is a code word for white folks -- and it's the age-old situation. it is the same thing black conservatives go through politically. if we don't behave a
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particular way or support barack obama 100% we're considered not black enough. that is the code word that says you have to be down with the people no matter what, right or wrong. it's the same situation why we're dealing with ferguson, why any time something happens in the black community, left sees it from a prism of blackness. >> you're going off topic. >> no, i'm not. >> hast year no -- last year no one talked about him being too white or not black enough because he won a super bowl. now they're three and three and they're struggling, all of a sudden some of these comments come up. this is a convenient argument. i hear your point. some of what you're saying makes sense but the truth is whenever russell or others are not doing well, all of a sudden other arguments come up which are besides the point. this is besides the point. >> i'm looking at a news report. he also said we're the only ethnic group that says if you have to jail it gives you street cred. it is typical b.s. that
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goes on if you're a black man. >> the idea of president obama, obama is as much white as he is black but he's given credit for being black because that's the way we want to play that game. we know in the black community that we are struggling internally. that's one point. if you get shot it's better off for you. if you acost a cop, you get street credit. we understand we are being destructive in our community. barkley is saying it isn't a dirty secret. we know this goes on in our community and he's right. it is time we have this discussion. >> brian, we'll give you the final word. >> i think he's speaking about the lowest common denominator. there is also the case of a lot of blacks who are doing well, working hard, playing by the rules and that silent majority never gets discussed. we also want to define blackness and i think kevin is doing the same thing other people are doing of defining blackness based upon the lowest common denominator? what about blacks who are doing well and are
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successful? you've got to look at both sides of the story. >> that's why we have you guys so we can see both guys. we thank you both for joining us live. folks out there in tv land what do you think? e-mail us friends@foxnews.com or you can facebook us or tweet us. 28 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up dozens of families in the danger zone as lava heads towards their houses in hawaii. evacuations beginning this morning. our military has to be ready for anything. you know that. so how did they prepare for unpredictable situations like that? leah gabriel went to the eye of the storm and is here with what she found out. ♪ ♪ ♪
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you have no actual medical training or background in dealing with infectious disease, is that correct? >> yes. yes, that is true. i'm not a doctor, but to be fair, i did serve as chief of staff to vice president joe biden. so i do have some experience with a little something called foot in mouth disease. >> it seems like that's a joke disease. just to confirm, no experience with actual medical diseases? >> no. next question. >> the president took a beating in a fun, comical way on "saturday night live." >> he makes that appointment look political. it's so funny to see that guy. he's the guy who plays me on that show, with the dark
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hair. he's playing me but i've got your hair on. >> they made a transition on "saturday night live" to two guys. who is the first guy who left? he's now in the movies. they transitioned to that guy. >> that's every guy. >> bill murray. >> who is the guy? i don't want to screw up the whole show. >> there's 40 years of guys who went to the movies. >> okay, i'll think of it. >> you think about that. let's hand it offense to you, heather. >> good morning to you all. hope you're off to a great day. there is a frantic search underway for a colorado man who vanished during the denver broncos game. jared thompson was at the game with his father. he says his father left during half time to go to the bathroom and when he came back to his seat, his dad was gone. >> we were looking everywhere. parking lots, in the trees, bushes, anywhere we could think of. absolutely out of the ordinary. it doesn't make any sense. >> volunteers are
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canvassing the areas near the mile high stadium in denver. they are handing out fliers. police are checking nearby hospitals but so far they have no leads. a possible new lead in the search for the accused cop killer eric frein. a pennsylvania woman believes the 31-year-old may have been hiding out on her farm in the poconos after she found blood scattered throughout her backyard. police are sending samples to a lab for testing smght he's been on the run since september 12 after he killed one state trooper and injured another. paradise on fire and take a look at this. that is lava and it's flowing closer and closer to dozens of homes on a village of hawaii's big island. people now there are getting ready to get out. the closest house less than 300 yards away from that molten rock, officials warning residents to expect a mandatory evacuation as early as tomorrow. an unexpected guest caught on camera in pennsylvania. watch as the deer barrels through a pennsylvania
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lobby. got all the way to the bathroom beforet got stuck. officials eventually got the situation under control. surprisingly the deer didn't cause any damage to the hotel. those are your headlines. >> the buck could not stop there. >> i get it. >> you're on a roll, doocy. >> thank you. >> he never played me on the show. he went to the university of kansas. that's why you're thinking of him. >> maria molina, just tell us the weather and how your weekend was. >> it was a great weekend. good morning. we have warm temperatures expected across parts of the south and also into the southeast. take a look at some of these highs well above average. mid 80's through upper 80's for some of you. we could looking at record high temperatures being set in some areas. behind that same frontal system we have very cold temperatures in the 50's across places like denver, rapid city and you're in
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the 40's in the city of missoula. this frontal system the difference between warm and cooler temperatures is moving eastward and we expect showers and storms across parts of the midwest. another area of unsettled weather across portions of the pacific northwest. we have a storm system arriving. several more inches of rain forecast out this and this comes after last week, they did have a number of storm systems impacting their area with rain. continuing to remain unsettled across the northwest. let's head back inside. >> maria molina. >> snow already. >> already. >> how many times have you seen this in the movies? monster waves that destroy everything in their paths? the u.s. navy has prepared its fleet to survive these types of waves. fox news correspondent leah gabriel is here to tell us what they're doing to fight against big waves. >> hopefully navy ships never have to encounter those huge waves that
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hollywood imagined. that hasn't stopped the navy from recreating them. i went to bethesda, maryland, to check it out. >> after years of training, landing an f-18 on an aircraft carrier became almost second nature. but on the open seas, waves as high as 100 feet can change everything like warfare itself weather is unpredictable but the u.s. navy wants its men and women to be ready for everything. that is where the navy ware ware -- warfare center. it is home to one of the most advanced wave making systems in the world. from combat ships to aircraft carriers, ballistic missile submarines to cruisers, every type of ship and submarine in the u.s. navy passes through these facilities to be tested for danger before heading out to sea. >> it would be difficult to fit an entire aircraft carrier or destroyer in here so we'll create a scale model of that
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particular vessel. if it actually in real life would be 500 feet long our model might be anywhere from 10 to 15 feet long. when you have a much smaller model all of a sudden the waves become much bigger. >> 216 individually controlled panels each move to create the perfect storm designed to produce anything from tiny ripples to rip-roaring waves. >> different places have different kind of waves. these wave makers allow us to do any kind of waves we want to do. >> you can create a wave like you find in north america, like you find in cape north? >> yes. >> originally built in the 60's, the wave makers just received a $25 million upgrade over six years. >> looking at this space it looks about the size of a football field but it actually contains more than 12 millions gallons of water. that is enough to fill 18 owe olympic sized swimming
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pools. it is not just waves. it also houses this giant rotating arm used to measure how well a subturns in the water, one more step to ensure smooth sailing. >> all of this to keep the united states navy the best in the world. >> it's all about ships and it's all about the sailors. and the people feel strongly about that supporting the war fighter. so we make those ships safe and survival for war fighters. >> that's terrific. >> the doctor said people are passionate about what they do. 3,500 scientists work there work to help our navy stay on the cutting edge of technology. the surface warriors have to be ready for any condition they might face. >> thanks, leah. >> coming up next on "fox & friends" on this monday, ranking the president, the very best and the absolute worst when it comes to
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protecting our freedoms. how does our current commander in chief stack up? >> the son of a nfl player makes a stunning admission. his dad is not his favorite player. >> who is your favorite player? ♪ ♪ >> good luck. ♪ ♪ ♪ and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night,nd. and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24, a circadian rhythm disorder that affects up to 70 percent of people
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a a a it was a wild sunday for football. the saints hosting the packers, the saints winning the third quarter.
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44-23, a record setting day for the steelers quarterback with the horrible uniforms with six touchdown passes, 522 yards, steelers beat the colts 51-34. talk about a rookie mistake. sammy watkins celebrating five yards to go and he gets tackled from behind. however, the bills would score a few plays later and they beat the jets. 43-23. here's what happens when you tell your nfl dad he is not your favorite player. >> who is your favorite player? >> a.j. and sanu. >> good luck. >> cleveland browns wide receiver andre hawkins kicking out his two-year-old son austin out of the house for saying his favorite player is a.j. green of the bengals. don't worry hawkins did let his kid back inside the
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next day. >> meanwhile, when it ces to american presidents, no two are the same. in fact, especially when it comes to the principles our country was founded upon. peace, prosperity and liberty. our next guest is best known for ranking our nation's leaders based on those principles. ivan eland is a senior fellow at the independent institute and author of recarving rushmore. we love your book. we love the premise of it. right now you say our current president barack obama who the mainstream media has regarded as one of the smartest guys since jefferson he is at 34 and you say he's dropping fast? >> yeah. i think this war on isis could end up in a debacle because i think the airstrikes are not really -- are actually counterproductive. if you want to go get them, you have to go on the ground. unfortunately we don't have a lot of regional allies on the ground, so there's a
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big problem there. >> that's a big question mark. i don't want to say that this is going to go bad, but it's -- everybody else is done. let's talk about your criteria. what is the criteria you look at? you turn everything on its head. >> i noticed that conservatives and liberal sources rated presidents surprisingly similar, not identical but similar. i had said how would the founders rate these people? the original conception was that the president would have a limited role executing the laws congress passed, et cetera. so did the executive stay within those limited constitutional parameters? did their policies promote peace, prosperity and liberty? to me that means small government. and a lot of presidents have small-government rhetoric but they don't produce it. you have to look at the policies. you can't look at rhett particular. >> i want to -- you can't look at rhetoric. >> who are your best presidents? >> john tyler, grover
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cleveland and martin van buren. >> why? >> you probably never heard of them because they had a limited role. they kept the government limited and they also tried to avoid unnecessary wars. and war, unfortunately, is the biggest cause of big government in u.s. and american history. >> i don't see anybody from mount rushmore there. let's see if they wound up on the worst presidents list. you say mckinley truman and wilson were the worst presidents why? >> i would say wilson ruined the century. he got the u.s. involved in world war 1 and world war 1 was what led to permanent big government in the u.s. the new deal was just a retro of the -- they brought all the new deal -- i mean the war socialism programs back, renamed the agencies and f.d.r. went to
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town but woodrow wilson was the pioneer in creating big government. >> mckinley got shot. what did he have a chance to do? >> mckinley got us into the spanish american war which led to estate taxes. a lot of big government programs at home led to the war, the spanish american war. it was our first imperial and only imperial war. it up in a colony and it ended up really changing our foreign policy. it was a very small war but he got us involved in that. >> tyler would be on the new rushmore favorite today. ivan eland, the book is recarving rushmore. >> here's what's coming up. accused of going on a cop killing crime spree and now we learn he was an illegal immigrant deported twice. >> experts say it is not a matter of if but when you
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if you thought the data beers at jpmorgan, target and home depot were bad, get ready for this. according to the f.b.i., hackers have stolen more than 500 million financial records in the last year and many of those victims still don't suspect a thing. here to help you find out if your bank account has been compromised is curt the cyber
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guy. thanks for being with us. >> good morning to you. >> so we're talking about how to know if your checking account, savings account has been hacked. how do you know is this. >> the fact is hackers are very sneaky. so we usually find out in one of two ways. one, you get your monthly statement, you're like whoa! or you log on and see your balance is stacksly lower than you thought. it may have been the four, five, six digit, now you got $213 in your account. not a good feeling. this is for checking and savings accounts. >> this is happening quite often. you say more frequently than we think. >> much more frequently than we know happens because people don't often report it. but the data is coming in that supports the fact that this is on the rise -- on the rise to such a degree that we need a plan, what to do when this happens because it's that frequent. >> it will definitely happen. is that what you're saying? >> at some scope in your banking career you're going to have this issue hit you without any question. >> so let's go through some of the tips. if it does happen to you, what do you do first?
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you say know your rights. >> first, understand this. your account is empty. how do i get my money back? your first reaction is call the bank and say what's going on here? when you do, understand your rights on the other end. the bank on your personal account, is obligated to return that money to you at any scenario of fraud or any scenario of theft even through hack. so you have a right to have that money put back in your account and say that right then and there. it's not my responsibility. put the money back in my account. >> and you say don't use public computers. don't log on to your bank account in the middle of the library. >> we wonder how does it happen? there are those break-ins that come throughout banks on the inside out, and then there are those that happen on the customer level like us. so we don't mean anything bad to happen. but we're at a, say, coffee shop, we're using a public wi-fi. oftentimes there might be -- let's say starbucks and it's a legitimate logon that they have,
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but somebody may have rented an apartment nearby and punishment a similar server and says starbucks free trial and that's what they named their account. the employees at starbucks don't know that's going on of the you and i walk in and say yeah, we get it for free. while we're using that, the hackers are able to monitor every key stroke that's made, every screen that we look at. so they're gathering our credentials. banking sequence numbers and that password we use. >> you could be using your own computer, your ipad and then someone else is stealing your information. >> going through someone else's signal, they can see exactly what you're doing. >> what about your password? >> password, this is a thing that -- i can't take a two by four and swing it hard enough on this issue. you just can't use 1, 2, 3, 4 happy. you can't use these simple passwords. you got to strengthen your password on every scope of our
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digital life, period. >> thank you. dewpoint forget to update your systems. thank you. all of this information will be in curt's newsletter. to get that, go to cyberguy.com. coming up, new york's governor, andrew cuomo, bowing to pressure from the white house to change the state's ebola quarantine rules. but should he do this? donald trump is going to be here to weigh in on that. and a robot's the new butler of the future, carrying your stuff and catering to your needs? we're going to look into the crystal ball in the next hour. ♪ ♪
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good morning. today is monday, october 27. i'm ainsley earhart filling in
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for elisabeth. we begin with a fox news alert. another teen-ager has died from that gruesome high school shooting in washington state. the new developments from the news conference overnight. and they might have ebola, but the white house telling patients -- stir crazy patients that is to say, to go home. should the feds be overruling quarantines mandated by the states? donald trump will react. one country paying its citizens to lose weight. literally. is this a good idea or another attempt at big government intruding on your lives and giving you the pinch test? mornings are better with friends. >> you're watching "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ there is a new trend, row botts. they're going to be made not only to help life, but help us in our life. >> not going to be. they've actually figured out how
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to do some stuff right now. we have a robot that vacuums our house. roomba. this is budgie the robot. you can see the demonstration this morning, budgie can help you by bringing you stuff and doing various tasks around the house. >> we saw this at "lost in space." he played a vital role in their lives. >> they all went crazy. remember every once in a while it would go crazy. crush, kill, destroy. >> they got rid of the unwielding arms and this budgie is brand-new. >> do you think it will clean up our husbands' mess, heather? >> oh! >> you love to leave your shoes under the coffee table. drives us crazy. >> yep. we sure need some help. >> get rid of the coffee table. >> let's bring that robot home. good morning. i have some news to bring you. a serious and sad story right thousand, there is a fox news alert. overnight one of the 14-year-old girls shot at a washington state
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high school dies from her injuries. gia soriano was among the five people hit when bullets were fired in a calf tear in their high school. another 14-year-old girl was also killed. she had just been crowned homecoming freshman prince. his motive remains a mystery. police say the 15-year-old left troubling messages on social media and had recently been suspended from school for fighting. brand-new evidence proves canadian parliament shooting was a planned terrorist attack. police say the gunman who shot and killed a soldier at the national war memorial before storming parliament errorred a video of himself prior to that attack. law enforcement analyzing the video, says it proves he was driven by ideological and political motives. the gun mapp was killed in the attack. tragedy rock major league baseball. there was a fatal car crash that cut short the promising career of saint cardinals outfielder.
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the 22-year-old and his girlfriend killed in a car wreck in the dominican republic. look at that car. they lost control and ran off the road. he was a rising star in the major leagues. making his debut with the cardinals this season. they say he was such a rising star. did the gym seem a little more crowded for you this morning? it's only 7:00 o'clock here on the east coast. maybe you're there now. a new study says workouts peak on mondays and then it's all downhill from there. the creator of the fitness band that connects to your smart phone or computer tracks 100,000 users. 50% getting their hardest workouts in on monday. it turns out people eat the healthiest on mondays, too. those are your headlines. >> they feel guilty about overdoing it on the weekends. >> sign up for a class. >> a lot of people do not look forward to mondays. one person who does look forward to mondays is donald trump. welcome back. >> good morning. but i watched the gentleman who wrote the book on the worst
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presidents and he doesn't have obama as the worst. so that book has zero credibility. >> he says he's dropping like a stone. he's at 34 out of 41 right now. >> he's dropping quickly. that's for sure. >> how do you feel about the two governors who get together, democrat and republican, new york and new jersey. they say you come here from west africa, and you have any like a fever, we tell you you're quarantined. are you okay with that? >> i think it's fantastic. but unfortunately, the feds have put a lot of pressure on governor cuomo and he's obviously not going along with it anymore because he's saying they can go home and do what they want once they go home. i think it's great. i think it's what has to happen. we're dealing with a tremendously serious situation. you look at africa, what's going on. there is nothing like this. nobody has seen anything like this for hundreds of years. and it can happen over here. when they talk about it's very hard to catch, it's not very
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contagious, in the meantime, nbc reporter goes there and still doesn't know how he got it. if the nurses got it. i think it's probably maybe -- you can get it when somebody sneezes on something, as an example, the bowling ball. i consider that doctor extremely selfish who came back and then toured new york. went on crowded subways during rush hour, had dinner in brooklyn, went to a bowling alley and bowled and went all over the place. i think he's a very selfish person. >> that would be dr. craig spencer. so cuomo and christie came up with this after he went all over town. and then you've got this woman that brian is holding up the daily news, she's referred to on the cover as prisoner zero. mr. trump, she came back on friday from west africa. she had been working with doctors without borders and they did the scan, the cdc says to do. on her forehead it showed up
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101, so they carted her to the hospital. she eventually tested negative for ebola. but they say do the scan, she has a temperature, we have to too something about it. at least the governor, even though cuomo has caved, they're trying to do something more than the cdc, which as we've seen time and again, they had some rules, but they didn't work out so well. >> i don't think the cdc has any standards 'cause as far as they're concerned, you can come into the country and do whatever you want. you're supposed to go home and you're on your own self goodwill and stay home and relax and unfortunately, you see thatwith. they were supposed to be home, self-quarantined, except they decided to go out and have a good time. it's absolutely ridiculous. and the cdc should be ashamed of themselves and our government should be ashamed of itself because frankly, we should stop it at the source. from west africa, we should not allow people to come in, period.
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>> it's going to be tough with the marathon coming here in two weeks. i don't know what we're going to do about that. listen to this, he says, the white house says we will continue to consult with the states as these guidelines are developed. they're still not done developing their own guideliness and mad at the states for taking action. florida followed suit. gerardrahm emanuel is making ups own standards. >> the right standards are, you look at many countries throughout the world, including neighboring african countries where they're not allowing people to come in from west africa, that's the standard that we should go by. when you and i and everybody else, when we listen to this nonsense and jibberish about why it would be bad to do that, it's so much common sense, it's so easy, and that's what smart people want to do. we should do what other countries are doing. if you come from west africa especially from the hot spot, you just can't come in. we can't destroy our country and that could very well happen. >> i think these are good individuals.
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they're doing the right thing. they're volunteering and helping other people in other countries. they just have to make sure that they're doing the right thing when they come back to our country to keep all of us safe. let's move on, chris christie, we've talked about him with what's going on in his state with fighting ebola. also he was on fox news sunday yesterday talking about income inequality versus opportunity inequality. he's saying we shouldn't worry about raising minimum wage to more than $10. we should be talking about there aren't any opportunities for people who are looking for work. let's take a listen and then i want your reaction. >> doing this country is not have acerbate over a higher minimum wage. we have to have a debate over creating better paying middle class jobs in this country. and if that somehow doesn't comport with what people in the political elite want, then i'm sorry. there is just not income inequality. the bigger problem is opportunity inequality. that's what mothers and fathers are sitting around kitchen tables talking about wanting for their children's future.
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>> mr. trump, he says that 50% of the people who are out of work in new jersey have been out of work for six months. so they just can't get a job. >> china is taking our jobs. you know who is really taking our jobs that nobody even talks about and they're doing unbelievablably well at taking our jobs and making lots of money off the united states is mexico. mexico is doing a number on us. they're going to be our -- that's going to be number one for imports, mexico, very soon, over the next couple of years. mexico is taking our jobs. by the way, we have our sergeant tahmoreesi, who cannot -- we just cannot get him. he's the only one -- brian, the only one that can't get across the border is sergeant tahmoreesi. >> i know. and no one is asking for him in the white house. >> people have totally forgotten about him. he's totally like forgotten. and mexico is taking our jobs and so many other countries are taking our jobs. interestingly, family income is much lower, the family as a group, much lower now than it was when president obama took
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office. people are having a much lower income right now than when he took office. i mean, that to me is a really terrible statistic and if you happen to be african-american, it's a total disaster. so what has president obama done for african-americans? nothing. >> you talked about mexico and our pourous border is a joke. there is a story out that there is a fellow from mexico who killed two california deputies on friday. he had been deported twice and yet, we let him back in again and now these two guys are dead. we're talk being a fellow named marquez. he was deported back in 1997, 2001. he was involved in a six-hour crime spree. those are the pictures of the two officers who were murdered. donald? >> he's not the only one. you have a lot of criminals being let in and mexico is doing it and they're letting them come in. why should we keep them in
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mexico? if you want to become a citizen in mexico, it's one of the hardist places in the word to become a citizen. if you're somebody that wants to be a citizen of mexico, it's almost impossible. but they take their criminals. they take the worst of the worst and they send them into this country and they go out and shoot our officers. now, if you want to add another complexity to it, the disease that's coming in, i'm not talking about ebola. that could be next. but the disease coming in from mexico, all of the different diseases coming in, of which there are many, that's another topic that people aren't even talking about. >> a lot of people think it's the respiratory disease. >> tremendous. it's tremendous. and it's a tremendous problem and the hospitals over there are going crazy and these are very, very infectious diseases. these are very contagious diseases. and they're pouring in. but they're sending people over here that they don't want and remember that. i read this over the weekend. one of the hardest, if not the
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hardest countries to get -- one of the hardest countries to become a citizen is mexico. yet, they send everybody right through the borders over to the really -- through our brilliant leadership where we accept them with open arms and then they kill our police. >> they go on top of the trains until they hit the u.s. thanks so much. thanks for kicking off the week again. >> thank you very much. >> it's 12 minutes after the top of the hour on this monday morning. coming up, midterm elections are just next tuesday. and all the focus is on the balance of power. did you know the biggest single voting issues have nothing to do with congress? we're going to run through them coming up next. and a publisher refusing to print a hunter's guide to cook. why? because it involves knives. >> isn't he a chef? >> i think so. and a gun. the chefs speaks out. ♪ ♪
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who will gain control of the u.s. senate? has been a question that's gotten a lot of attention this election season. across the states are initiatives that could have national ramification. looking at what else is at stake on election day is red state.org
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he would inventory and fox news contributor, eric shawnson, who is sitting in front of us. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so everybody has been talking about the balance of power. but there are a number of states, and the first topic we're going to put up is about pot. there are a number of states that have pot initiatives. in those states of alaska, oregon, florida, and the district of columbia, who is going to show up to vote on the pot? >> this is typically done to try to motivate younger democratic leaning voters. marijuana initiatives on the ballot. they did it in washington state and colorado last time. and it incentivizes some younger voters. it's a great idea because they'll be too stoned to turn out for hillary in two years. they tried to get them to turn out and gin up democratic support. >> another issue, the minimum wage. not the 10.10, but in south dakota, alaska, nebraska, illinois, and arkansas as well,
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they've got different minimum wages. who comes out to vote on that? >> union voters, minority voters, younger voters typically do. arkansas is a great example. democrats moved this knowing it was going to be very close senate election there. they put it on the ballot trying to make it very difficult for tom cotton, the republican nominee. it looks like cotton is going to win and the minimum wage is going to win. so that's a problem for both sides as they do these initiatives and not necessarily people voting straight ticket one way or the other. >> all right. you're sitting in georgia now. georgia is one of the states that's going to vote on taxes, i would imagine lowering taxes. and also in tennessee, illinois, nevada and in massachusetts. who comes out to vote on taxes? >> older voters, more conservative voters in most of these cases. illinois may be an exception. it's a vote designed to increase taxes on millionaires. most of the other places will be capping or putting restrictions. that helps conservatives. >> all right. so that could actually help the
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guy who is running for senate in georgia. >> yes. >> finally, when it comes to gun rights, who generally and we're talking about the states of washington and alabama, who showed up to vote on guns? >> washington is a real wild card after the school shooting last week. but typically more conservative voters turn out. this is one of the problems for liberals and conservatives. when they think they're in the majority and they're not on an issue, they do things like this and in these cases, you may see more conservative, independent voters show up who might not otherwise have come to the polls. >> absolutely. so when we're talking about the balance of power in the u.s. senate and harry reid, is he going to lose his job? a lot of people will be voting on minimum wage, pot, taxes, and stuff like that, right? >> they will. it will be an added incentive to get people to the polls. >> it's been an added incentive to watch "fox & friends" today 'cause we have eric on. thank you. >> thanks very much. have a good morning. coming up on this monday,
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there is a reason they called him the great communicator. >> no government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size, so government's programs once launched never disappear. >> his words sparked a new chapter in the conservative movement 50 years ago today. and this morning we take it back -- a look back at ronald reagan's historic moment. 50 years ago today. and one country paying its citizens to lose weight. money. but is that a good idea or just another big government intrusion? we're going to talk about that straight ahead. ♪ ♪
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time for news by the numbers. first, 32,000. that's how many pounds of gluten-free breaded chicken breasts and nuggets that murray's recalled because they can cause food poisoning. p 516. next, 94. that's how many voters received the wrong ballots in the state of colorado. those ballots have candidates, school districts and tax referendums. they aren't even eligible to vote for and officials are blaming an equipment malfunction. finally, $20 million. that's how much "ouija" made at the box office. beating out "john wick," which still pulled in a respectable $14.2 million. >> wait 'til i tell what you movie i drug my wife to. we're still not speaking. 50 years ago today, ronald reagan delivered a campaign speech for the presidential candidate, barry goldwater.
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it was a speech that americans should never forget. >> this is the meaning in the phrase of barry goldwater peace through strength, we will keep in mind and remember that barry goldwater has faith in us. he has faith that you and i have the ability and the dignity and the right to make our own decisions and determine our own destiny. thank you very much. >> peter johnson, jr. is here to explain how that speech changed the pace of american politic. >> last week i went to the reagan library in california to mark the day, today. known to many now as merely the speech, its message of economic and political freedom, opportunity and american pride was the preview of a reagan conservative revolution that was to come. let's watch together. >> congratulations, sir. >> january 20, 1981, ronald reagan sworn in as the 40th president of the united states.
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as america's great communicator, he'd go on to give some of the nation's most memorable addresses. >> we will never forget them nor the last time we saw them, this morning, as they prepared for their journey and waved good-bye and slipped from the earth to touch the face of god. mr. gorbachev, tear down this wall. >> but it's possible no speech he made was as important as the one that launched a revolution 50 years ago today. >> the following prerecord political program is sponsored by tv for goldwater miller on behalf of barry goldwater. we take pride in presenting a thoughtful address by ronald reagan. >> this is the issue of this election. whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the american revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far doesn't capitol can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves.
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>> the you'vism is he was between job, his acting career ended. he had not yet been identified as a political figure. reagan immediately catapulted into the alternative force in american politics challenging the precepts of great society liberalism. >> his time for choosing speech or just the speech as it's come to be known, launched ronald reagan into the political california governor seat and then on to the oval office. but the speech not only put ronald reagan on the american political map, it marked the beginning of a new conservative revolution. >> no government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size, so government's programs once launched never disappears. actually a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we'll ever see on this earth. >> he lost the -- goldwater lost the election, but california
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businessman holmes tuttle, heard reagan's message loud and clear. and with others, urged him to run for governor. his son, robert, served in the reagan white house and later as ambassador to great britain. >> it was electrifying. people wrote, called in. they sent in money and raised a huge amount of money for the goldwater campaign. >> you and i have the courage to say to our enemy, there is a price we will not pay. there is a point which they must not advance. >> even in the toughest times, reagan always conveyed that if the american people remembered what made them great in the first place, our difficult struggle, we would prevail. >> we have a rendezvous with destiny. we'll preserve for our children this the last best hope for man on earth or sentence them to take the last step into 1,000 years of darkness. >> one interesting note, everybody, on that was that barry goldwater was grateful, but also terrified that ronald
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reagan was going to give that speech. obviously goldwater went on to a big, big defeat. but he knew if reagan made that speech, that he would electrify the country and he did. they raised about $8 million for that campaign as a result of that one speech. that's gigantic. they shut down the switch boards. >> goldwater started getting panicky before? >> he d. his handlers said, do we want reagan to give the speech? he did and the rest is history. tomorrow we go to the ronald reagan library and museum and see air force one and the state room that the president was in, the berlin wall, lots about the assassination attempt, incredible visit that we had about a week ago to the reagan library and museum. i think you won't want to miss that tomorrow. really an inside look at ronald reagan's career and life and legacy. >> thank you very much for going to california and doing that. 50 years ago today. that was terrific. >> it was an incredible time. >> thank you. >> see you back here tomorrow.
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>> absolutely. coming up, he left the stands for a bathroom break. when he came back, his father was gone and hasn't been heard from since. details on the bizarre disappearance at the broncos game. >> a publisher refusing to print a hunter's guide to cook. why? because the hunter's guide involves knives. well, that chef ho is armed, as you can see right there, speaking out next. >> sounds fishy. ♪ ing a pm pain reliever that dares to work ♪
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look at that. it's injure shot of the morning. hungry predators feeding on the massive school of mullet fish. you can see them exploding out of the water as sharks go in for the kill. that's unfortunate. residents on florida's east coast says this happens every year during mullet fish
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migration. the dancing fish on the eastern shore. >> mullet fish. >> so if you're looking for mull dt news, we have it. >> 27 minutes before the top of the hour. let's talk about something else i found somewhat surprising. >> yeah. tim ferris is a chef, he's been on this program before in the past. he's got a new book out called "the four hour chef." in it, there is an 80-page section called "the wild," where he talks about how to live off the land and hunting and farming and stuff like that. as it turns out, the european publisher didn't like any mention of the knives or the guns or the hunting, so they cut it, because it has to do with knives, guns and hunting. >> it was 80 pages of the original book that they cut out 'cause they say folks on the other side of the pond won't want that in their books. >> so are they going to verbally
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coax the fish out of the water? here is what ferris said. i think it's important for people to understand where their food comes from. for me, this meant becoming a hunter so that i could use my own hands and accept the responsibility for killing or foraging my meals. it's an amazing education and i think many of the society ills can be cured if more people were required to experience this even for a day. now pass the venison, ainsley. >> where do they think the food comes from? the supermarket. >> before that. >> we want to hear from all of you at home. send in your comments. >> right. >> either story, the mullet story or this story. whatever you find more controversy. >> all right. it's now 25 minutes before the top of the hour. heather nauert has a bunch of news for us. >> good morning to you. let's start out in colorado. there is a frantic search underway at this hour for a colorado father who vanished during the denver broncos game. he was at the game with his dad and during half time, his dad
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got up to go to the bathroom. when he came back to his seat, his father was missing. >> looking everywhere, parking lot, in the trees, bushes, anywhere we could think of. absolutely out of the ordinary. it doesn't make any sense. nothing adds up. >> volunteers are now canvassing areas near the milehigh stadium. they're also handing out flyers. police checking nearby hospitals, but so far no leads. they need your help if you have seen him. four members of one of the nation's top marching bands will go on trial later today for manslaughter. florida a & m university student robert champion was beaten to death during a hazing ritual three years ago. fellow members of the marching band hit him with maletse fists and drum sticks as they were aboard a bus. the four band members have felony hazing and manslaughter charges against hem and all pleaded not guilty. a possible new lead in the search for accused cop killer eric frien. a pennsylvania woman believes the 31-year-old man may have been hiding out in her farm in
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the poconos. she found blood scattered throughout the backyard. police sending samples to the lab for testing. he has been on the run since september 12 after he killed one state trooper and injured another. then really heart-stopping moments caught on camera. a kayaker gets stuck in the rushing waters. take a look at this. he was trapped under water for quite some time and then they had to come rescue him. you can see that's where his kayak is, the blue one under water. they had to pull him up from those waters. he was pinned under the rocks there. what is worst o'clock his head was facing the water. the flow of it making it impossible for him to breathe. the nearby kayakers heard his screams and came to his rescue. this morning we're happy to tell you that that man is doing okay. if you've ever been rafting or kayaking before, you know how
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dangerous that can be, those waters can be. >> that's right. >> very scary. that's happened to me before, gone under the water and you don't think you're coming back up. worst feeling. 23 minutes before the top of the hour. maria molina joins us where today is a little chilly, but it's fall. >> yeah. at least here in the northeast. but across parts of the south, we're look at temperatures that could be near records. we did set some records over the weekend across parts of oklahoma with highs into the 90s. today you're still looking at that warm upper 80s in parts of texas and in the mid 80s as far east as portions of georgia. like atlanta, you're looking at a high temperature at 85 degrees. there is a front that's heading eastward and right now the storm is bringing in some clouds across portions of the plains, showers and storms expected in the midwest come later today. it's that system that's going to be bringing in some cooler air, for many people across parts of the east. before that, we're still going to be looking at those warm temperatures, even into tomorrow across parts of the northeast.
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new york city tomorrow, we're looking at a high temperature forecast to reach 70 degrees. across portion of the pacific northwest, last week you had a number of storms bringing in rain and even some mountain snow. snowed there is another storm on the move and it could bring several inches of rain through wednesday. let's head back inside to brian. >> thanks, maria. 21 minutes before the top of the hour. the world series, giants one win away from taking that world series. giants pitcher unbelievable. a complete game shut-out after last night's game five victory. they lead the best of seven 3-2. it kicked off with a tribute to robin williams. his son, zach, throwing out the opening pitch to none other than billy crystal. let's go football now. a wild day in the nfl. the late game saints hosting the packers. saints win 44-23. the packers are up and down all year. record-setting day for steelers
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quarterback roethlisberger against the colts. six touchdowns, 522 yards. bad uniforms. he set a team record for passing yards, passing, completion, he's tall. colts win 51-34. in foxboro, who said the patriots are done? bears defensive end houston had one great moment and then one terrible moment. he celebrates his sack and then hurts his knee celebrating. he undergoes an mri. it doesn't look good. the pats win 51-23. and the video everyone is talking, ole miss rebels were upset by lsu. the ole miss fans not handling the loss well. literally crying over spilled milk. just watch. >> i hate lsu! [ bleep ] i hate them! lsu! [ bleep ], [ bleep ] >> the rebels fell to the tigers 10-7. by the way, the paperback
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version of "george washington's secret six" is officially coming out tomorrow. it now has new clues to who 355 is. the only female in the ring. this week i'll hit round tables over the midterm elections with sean hannity. october 30 at 7:30 at university of central florida. you can go to kilmeade and friends.com for more information. on saturday, i'm signing books afterment at 8:00 o'clock, north florida campus is where i'll be. tickets at wokv, that's a book signing with sean as well. also in jacksonville. >> you can see budgie the robot brian is bricking you -- bringing you in paperback. >> i love budgie. he must have connections. >> i'm sure that guy walking next to him with the controller has something to do with it. >> congratulations, brian. >> thank you very much. 19 minutes before the top of
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time for today's trending videos. terrifying moments when an elephant charges a safari van.
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>> (screaming) get going! >> speed up. this happening in sri lanka. the woman's screams sent the elephant in another direction eventually. moms away so dad and his kids get to be creative in the kitchen. ♪ ♪ >> i get a stiff neck watching that little boy. check out little toby and his father jamming in the kitchen. they broke out the band when mom left the house. she might want to reconsider going out if she likes her oven door on the hinges. ainsley, over to you. >> thank you. imagine the government paying you to lose weight. that's what's happening in england. the country's public health
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service is encouraging companies to reward employees who lose weight with cold, hard cash. could a similar thing happen here in the united states? if it did, would that really be a good idea? here to weigh in on this is the author of "ladies and gentlemen, why the survival of our republic depends on the republic of hono" thanks for being with us. this is a noble cause. but why does the government want to get involved in something like this? >> well, because the government is in love with itself and likes to grow itself as you probably know. this is a perfect example of when government does take over something, like a health care system, they invariably screw it up. we look at the relationship between the politics and psychology and realize that every single law incentivizes or disincentivizes a behavior. this is an example of where you have socialized medicine that
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has disincentivized health and they're trying to cover it up really fast by saying oh, we'll pay you if you'll lose weight. >> this is how they're making it look good to all of us. number one, reduce the number of sick days that people take. sickness-related absence costs u.k. employers and the taxpayers $35 billion each year. individuals are missing out on over $6 billion per year in lost earnings. they're trying to make up for that. is that what you say? >> well, exactly. but if you look at the private market, the private system works so much better. before obamacare, for example, in the united states, and i realize we're talking about the u.k. here, but in the united states, because it could probably will come here. before obamacare, you had medical savings accounts, medical savings plans. remember those? those were the healthiest people of all because they had an incentive to be healthier because the amount they paid every month was directly related to how healthy they were. when you say all your health care is covered, where is your
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incentive to stay healthy? it's just not there. >> what does it say about socialized medicine? is that an attempt to curb the cost of how expensive socialized medicine can be? >> yeah, because projections, if you read about this in-depth, projections say that ten, 15 years from now, because the incentive to stay healthy have been taken away, the costs are going to go up, up, up. my question is, what is the next thing? pay people not have have guns? not to drink alcohol? this is the big arm of the government extending itself and we shouldn't look at it any other way. >> what about the people who are doing the right thing and are staying healthy and staying fit, are they going to get paid? >> no. that's the funny thing. they're gaming the system. they're teaching people, hey, if you want to make extra money, what's to stop someone from gaining 20 pounds to lose it so that they can make some money? it's silly. it just demonstrates how ridiculous socialized medicine is to begin with. >> thank you for weighing in on this. >> thanks. coming up, are row botts the
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good stuff. this is budgie. he lives to serve alongside the general manager of a media group. rich is here. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. >> turn him off. >> i can't shake your hand again. he stays within four feet of me, right? >> yes. >> he'll follow you. >> the blue light went off. now it's on. >> there you go. >> now if i walk back, he'll come back? >> he will. >> i go over here? >> yeah. >> that is so cool. >> operator involvement. they're not taking over. >> you say this takes up to 50 pounds? >> absolutely. >> tell me what function it will have in our lives to help our lives get better when it goes on the market in two months. >> assist people. our population is getting older. it's going to carry up to 50 pounds. personal assistant, can do things around the house. can do things out in the yard. great for handicapped people.
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there are some cool things that happened in boston with folks -- these budgies are following behind them, helping them maneuver. >> skeletons who are paralyzed can get into an exterior skeleton and able to walk through. now, this, one thing we understand, is what makes it unique is it's affordable to many. instead of being thousands, it's $1,400. >> that's right. available in january. >> wow. available in january. you can get that on our web site. this thing in particular takes about 50 pounds. a lot of people are at home saying i live in a rural society, or i have uneven pavement. will this be able to go through that? >> it's really designed for level surfaces. but is fully collapsible. weighs to pounds without a load on it. it can pop in and out of a car. can work in a yard. stairs will be a challenge. >> one of the other great things is robots are already helping us. if you look at drones and the
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fact that our soldier attention are using it to defuse bombs. some are saying we'll have these robots fighting our wars. >> that's a bit off. we're certainly using robotics technology in all parts of our life today. whether it be in health care, you're seeing all kinds of things helping quality of life. veterans with spinal injuries walk again. you're seeing areas where robots being used where we have labor shortages. there is a big myth that robots are taking our life. they're improving our lives. >> rich, thanks so much. >> nice to meet with you. >> nice going. straight ahead, is jeb in or out for 2016? this morning george p. is -- his son -- is blowing the lid off his dad's presidential ambitions. and the military has to be ready for anything, even the perfect storm. leah gabriel joins us with the amazing ways our neighbors predict the unpredictable. that's coming up.
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good morning. today is monday, october 27. i'm ainsley earhart filling in for elisabeth this morning. they might have ebola, but the white house wants stir crazy patients to go home. should the feds be overruling quarantined that are mandated by the state? >> new polls giving a big clue who what would happen perhaps just a week from tomorrow on election day. many eyes this morning are on 2016 after what george p. bush just said. bret bear joins us live from washington in about 30 seconds. and did you hear this? ♪ what so proudly we hailed
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♪ were so gallantly streaming >> you can see the players. aaron lewis botching the words to the national anthem at the world series and even the players cringing. now he's begging for forgiveness. we understand. you're nervous. there is a lot of pressure. we say this, we know for sure, mornings are better with friends >> hi, you're watching "fox & friends," great value at any price. >> thank you very much. welcome, folks. we got ainsley in today. >> filling in for elisabeth. >> great to have you. >> have you ever been on with bret bear? >> i have been. >> what's it like? >> wonderful. >> good morning. >> bret, before we talk about the things that we had lined up to talk to you about. yesterday jay carney was on one of the shows and said president obama doesn't watch cable news.
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he is aware of fox, which seems kind of fox 'cause he talks about us all the time. he seems more obsessed than aware. >> it's definitely factord into a few speeches, let's put it that way. >> great speech over the weekend. >> thank you. we spent a lot of time out there in colorado and obviously before that in louisiana and kentucky and new hampshire. it's good to hear people's stories as opposed to always hearing sound bites and polls. >> yeah. we thought it was great. meanwhile, talk about the developments with the ebola virus. next thing you know, very little notice, two governors sat shoulder to shoulder to announce they're putting in their own rules when it comes to the ebola virus and a quarantine. if you come to airports in newark, new jersey, as well as in new york, you're going to be quarantined if you show any symptoms of the ebola virus. that really goes differently from what the federal government mandated. how significant is that that the white house pressured back? >> it's significant.
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the white house and the cdc pushing back. it's not just new jersey and new york, you now have illinois and florida saying that they are on board with moving forward with these exact same quarantined regulations. listen, those governors, christie and cuomo, are making no apology about it. they say it's a public safety issue and they are not apologizing for the strict guidelines. i will say it seems like cuomo may be stepping back a bit, saying they can quarantine at home, but bottom line, the white house and the cdc say once you do this, you deincentivize people, health workers, from going over there and fighting in west africa. >> maybe what changed things -- they had agreed to what cuomo did, it looked like he caved. but they had agreed to it when at the came out with the protocol after that doctor from new york came down with ebola and he had been all over the place. but what's changed, though, is the fact that there is this woman who had been working with doctors without borders. she came back, she was at
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newark. there she is right there. they took her scan with a cdc gun at the airport and she had 101. took her to the hospital and she did not test positive. now she's being held in isolation unit in new york. but what amped things up is she has been tweeting out and on her iphone complaining that she's essentially a prisoner to this and she's going to sue governor christie who governor christie says he's just looking after the people of new jersey. >> yeah. and her lawyer says it's about how she's been treated. it's about rights and her rights to move around. it is a battle between public safety and freedom. frankly, you have the white house now, you have samantha power, ambassador to the united nations, she's over in west africa and she is saying, pushing back, saying these health workers need to be treated like heros. i don't think those governors
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are saying that they shouldn't be treated like heros. but if they're exhibiting any kind of symptoms, they're saying for the public good, they need to be quarantined. >> we've been talking a long time about midterm elections. hard to believe, it's only a week away until these mid terms. new polls are coming out and they're giving the gop an edge in some very crucial states. let's take a look at these states. i want you to weigh in. >> barely. >> this is colorado. 46% for the republican and 45% for the democrat. >> you were out there. >> yeah. listen, it all comes down to ground game in colorado. we should point out that this is the newest poll out. but it's one which is why we like to look at at least three or four days of real clear politics average of the recent polls. in that race, it's about anywhere from one to four points for cory gardner, the republican. but all of these races will shift on ground game. and how good either party is about getting out the vote.
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>> the next one is arkansas. tom cotton, the congressman, veteran, beating the sitting congressman senator, mark pryor, but by just two points. within the margin of error. iowa, bruce braillely is trailing joni ernst, but that could change. >> it could. again who shows up at the polls. in colorado, it's all mail-in. so it is a kind of a new environment out there. mailing in the ballots. you can vote on election day, it's just a lot tougher. and how that affects either party is really going to be interesting to see. in arkansas, that poll is very tight. recent polls that had six to eight points for tom cotton. so whether that's an outlie or a show of late support for pryor, we'll have to see. >> you'll have lots of talk a week from tomorrow night. meanwhile, people are already looking to 2014.
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george p. bush, who is the son of jeb bush, was on one of the sunday chat shows yesterday. he's running for land commissioner in the great state of texas. there is george p and his father, jeb. the big question is will jeb get in? this is what john cannes carl was -- jonathan carl was able to wrangle out. >> is your dad going to run for president? >> i think he's still assessing it. >> do you think it's more than 50% or less than 50%? >> i think it's more than likely he's giving this a serious thought. >> more likely in a he'll run? >> if you had asked me a few years back, i would have said it was less likely. >> the family will be behind him 100%? >> the family will be behind him 100% if he decides to do it. >> there is a lot of big money that would be behind jeb bush if he were to decide to get in, right? >> yeah. i think this is significant. it's an evolution. brian's interview with george w. bush back at the golf tournament was the first time you saw the
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family showing a little leg on supporting jeb bush and really saying that he may in fact run. i think george p bush went a little further in that -- the son saying he's more than likely going to run. and that's what you're hearing, is that the machine is starting up and remember, it's a pretty big machine once it gets going. i think there is a pretty good chance he gets in. that's different than where we were a few months ago. >> if he's in, mitt is out for sure. >> pretty sure. yep. and it changes the dynamics significantly. it gets a lot tougher for chris christie. it gets a lot tougher for that moderate space because of just the huge juggernaut that bush campaign would be. >> and if jeb doesn't run, there is speculation already that george p. bush will run. >> eventually. >> eventually. >> i could put some money on
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that if he's going around on a bus on land commissioner. >> we'll see you tonight at 6:00 o'clock. that's when you plan on hosting "special report." >> i'll be there. >> i'll talk to you on the radio. let's check this with heather nauert who has our headlines. >> got news coming from overnight. it is a fox news alert. a 14-year-old girl was shot -- who was shot at a washington state high school dies from her injuries. gia soriano was among five people hit with bullets when a boy opened fire at a cafeteria. another 14-year-old girl was also killed. he had just been crowned freshman homecoming prince when he turned the gun on himself. his motive still remains a mystery this morning. but police say the 15-year-old left troubling messages on social media. brand-new evidence crews at the canadian parliament was a planned terrorist attack. the gunman who shot and killed a soldier at the national war memorial before he stormed parliament had recorded a video
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of himself prior to that attack. law enforcement analyzing the video say it proves that he was driven by ideological and political motives. the gunman was killed in that attack. and tragedy rocking major league baseball this morning. a fatal car crash cutting short the promising career of st. louis cardinals outfielder oscar taboras. 292-year-old and his girlfriend were -- 22-year-old and his girlfriend were killed in the dominican republic when he crashed his car. he was considered a rising star in major league baseball. he made his debut this year with the cardinals this season. the giants are now one win away from taking the world series after beating the royals last night. the game getting off to a bit of an awkward start. aaron lewis botching the star spangled banner. listen to this. ♪ what so proudly we hailed ♪ were so gallantly streaming
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♪ whose broad stripes. >> whoops. he was supposed to sing at the twilight's last gleaming. this morning he's apologizing on twitter saying all i can say is i'm sorry and i ask for forgiveness. my nerves got the best of me. that's a hard song to sing. much less in front of that many people. >> huge audience. >> this is what you do. you just demand they put it on the big screen. >> on the jumbo tron. >> put the words on the jumbotron and i'll do it. if not, i'm not going to do it. >> then you woulder turned away from the audience looking that way? >> but it doesn't matter. >> don't worry about the audience. usually it goes all the way around. we have a circular audience. >> one of those songs is easy to sing when singing with a huge group of people. but when you're by yourself and you're that one person, it would be easy to screw up. >> 70,000 people, i don't know. >> and us. >> thank you. mean while straight ahead on this monday, the man accused of killing two sheriff's deputies
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was an illegal immigrant already deported twice. so why is he still in the country? the same thing happened to our next guest and this morning she has a powerful message for president obama. and a publisher refusing to president print a hunter's guide to cooking. why? because he has knives in it. the chef is speaking out and speaking out. and so are you. >> the chef is using knives? >> how dare he, when there is plenty of spoons. thoughtfully crafted and intelligently designed. with available forward collision warning and new blind spot monitor and a 2014 top safety pick plus rating. cost of entry? a fortune. until now. hey sarah, new jetta? yup. can i check it out? maybe at halftime? introducing lots of new. the new volkswagen jetta. isn't it time for german engineering?
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it's what you do. head for the cemetery! the suspect accused of killing two washington state sheriff's deputies should not have even been in the united states. get this, he's an illegal immigrant convicted drug dealer who has been deported twice. why does this keep happening? our next guest's brother was killed by an unlicensed illegal immigrant driver. joining us right now is our guest. you must be thinking the same thing. what is this guy even doing here? >> every time it happens we think the same thing. how is this happening and why? >> your brother was killed in 2009. what's changed since 2009? >> the death toll and that's it. the body count, i don't mean to
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sound morbid, but the death toll. nothing changed. it keeps happening over and over again. how many lives is it going to take before president obama does something? american lives, he needs to protect the american people. >> you saw the president down in 2011 by the border, saying the traffic is down. the border is sealed. >> no. i disagree with that. the border is not sealed. people are walking over that border like i can walk into my neighbor's yard. if he wants those borders sealed and everything closed, get the military down there. he's sending the troops out to africa. worry about the people here in the united states. the citizens that are dying senseless deaths because of these illegals coming here. >> what happened to the driver that killed your brother? >> she spent not a minute in jail.
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nothing happened to her. she wanted to go home. the whole thing went exactly the way she wanted to. she was deported. >> so she gets -- >> no punishment. >> it was an american citizen, they get jailed. she gets deported. >> she gets deported and nothing. so she gets away with murder. my brother's dead, our brother is dead, and she's gone. she's living her life back in portugal, probably the same way she was before she came over here. a vacation visa. >> janet napolitano will make a major speech today. saying the president's got to do immigration reform himself and that is more than likely nothing to do with border control, but a lot to do with getting a degree of amnesty for people here already, like the dream act. what's your reaction? >> no. i really think that he needs to seal the borders and then worry about the people that are already in here that shouldn't be and we memo, this is so out
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of control that nobody wants to take a stance on it and they keep ignoring it. it cannot go on. >> until what happens -- >> american people. >> until it happens to them, it's somebody else's problem, sadly, it happened to you and your brother lost his life. >> exactly. >> so did these two deputies in california. thank you for joining us and sharing your personal -- putting your face behind the illegal situation here. >> thank you very much, brian, for having me. >> no problem. 19 minutes after the hour. coming up straight ahead, what happens when you get r oprah? it just happened and you're about to find out. what is lea gabriel doing over this enormous pool? she just got back from a high level navy testing facility where the military attempts to predict the unpredictable. lea i predict will be next. how did i know that? ♪ ♪
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big day? ah, the usual. moved some new cars. hauled a bunch of steel. kept the supermarket shelves stocked. made sure everyone got their latest gadgets. what's up for the next shift? ah, nothing much. just keeping the lights on. (laugh) nice. doing the big things that move an economy. see you tomorrow, mac. see you tomorrow, sam.
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some quick headlines. this just in, south korea prosecutors demanding the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that sunk in april, killing more than 300 people. he was charged with murder after he was caught on camera abandoning that ship. and u.s. combat mission in afghanistan is drawing to a close. a small ceremony marking the handover of camp leatherneck to the afghan army. u.k. combat troops also participating with the closing of camp bastion. >> and the taliban is just around the bend. how many times have you seen this in the movies? monster waves that destroy everything in their paths. believe it or not, the u.s. navy has prepared its fleet to survive these types of waves.
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lea gabriel is proving to me that story. is this true? we're actually planning against this? >> the navy has to prepare for the worst case scenario. but just in case, they've been preparing for that at the carter center in bethesda, maryland. i went to check out how they do it. after years of training, landing an f-18 on an aircraft carrier became almost second nature. on the open seas, waves as high as 100 feet can change everything. like warfare itself, weather is unpredictable. but the u.s. navy wants its men and women to be ready for anything. that's where the naval surface wore fare center comes in. in maryland, it's home to one of the advanced wave make facilities in the world. they call it mask, the maneuvering and seeking, from combat ships to aircraft carriers, bullet submarines to cruisers, every type of ship and
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submarine in the navy passes through these facilities to be tested for danger before heading out to sea. >> obviously it's difficult to fit an entire destroyer in here. we'll actually create a scale model of that particular vessel. so if could in real life be 500 feet long. our model might be anywhere from ten to 15 feet long. when you have a much smaller modeler, the waves become bigger. >> 215 controlled panels, each move to create the perfect storm. designed to produce anything from tiny ripples to rip roaring waves. >> different places have different kind of waves. these wave makers allow us to do any kind of different wave we want to do. >> you can create a wave like in north america? >> true. >> like you find off the coast? >> yes. >> off the coast of other countries? >> yes. >> originally built in the '60, they received a $20 million
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upgrade over six years. it looks about the size of a football field. but it actually contains more than 12 million gallons of water. that's enough to fill 18 olympic-size swimming pools. it's not just waves. they also house this giant rotating arm. it's one more step o insure smooth sailing. all of this to keep the united states navy the best in the world. >> it's all about ships. it's all about the sailors and the people here really feel strongly about that, supporting the war fighter. so we make those ships safe and survivable. >> 3500 scientists, engineers and technicians work at the carter location and helping keep our navy as safe as possible and really keep them at the cutting edge of technology. they do some amazing things there. >> do they rent it out for parties, 'cause kids would love it. >> i keep asking if i could jump
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in with a surf board. a different type of wave than we're used to. >> one thing we don't need to privatize, steve. great job. >> thank you. coming up straight ahead, the son of an nfl player makes a stanley cupping admission. his dad is not his favorite player on the team. >> who is your favorite player? >> a.j. >> good luck. >> don't say a.j. green is your favorite guy on the team when your dad is its wide receiver. a publisher refuse to go print a hunter's guide to cook because the guide has knives in it. that guy speaking out. so are your e-mail, coming up next. ♪ ♪
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become a chef. but what he included in this book was 80 pages on how to hunt, as you can see, he's good with a gun -- and how to use a knife, to put what you hunt and kill on the table. >> so this is what he thinks about it. he says, quote, i think it's important for people to understand where their food comes from. for me, this meant becoming a hunter while writing the four-hour chef so that i could use my own hands and accept the responsibility for killing or foraging my meals. it's an amazing education and i think many of societies ill's could be cured if more people were required to experience this even for a at this. >> europe had a problem with this. >> european publisher said you got to cut those 80 pages because they involve knives and guns and hunting, which is kind of what the whole premise of the book was about. >> so we put it out to you on
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facebook. one says my 14-year-old shot her first doe of the year. we're teaching her where food comes from. >> wow, 14 years old. chris writes, would rather have a freezer full of food hunted in the wilderness than store bought meat that is full of gmo's and preservatives. >> mary wrote, love back strap with potatoes and gravy. my husband saves us a lot of money by hunting. >> i don't even know what back strap means. what does it mean? >> it's a recipe. go ahead g on to our facebook page and weigh in on this. we're trying to get tim on the show so he can talk about it. we'd like to hear from you. >> we had venison spaghetti growing up. it was delicious. >> we had pheasant all the time in kansas. >> my mom would hunt her own meat balls. >> the italian way of hunting.
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>> the worst park about that peasant was the shot in your mouth. >> it was always a little. >> you were a big hunter, right? >> my grandparents and parents were certainly. i've got headlines. a frantic search underway for a colorado father who vanished during a denver broncos game. this man was with his father at the game. he went to the bathroom and when he came back, his father was gone. >> looking everywhere, parking lot, in the trees, bush, anywhere we could think of. absolutely out of the ordinary. it doesn't make any sense. nothing adds up. >> volunteers are now canvassing areas near the mile high stadium and handing out these flyers. police are checking nearby hospitals. so far, they have no leads. so police need your help in denver. a possible new lead in the search for the accused cop killer, eric frien. a pennsylvania woman believes the 31-year-old may have been hiding out at her farm in the
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poconos in pennsylvania after she found blood scattered throughout her backyard. look at that right there on the leaf. police now sending samples to a lab for testing. he has been on the run since september 12 after he killed one state trooper and injured another. a hatchet wielding muslim extremist who attacked police in new york city is being hailed by the new black panther party. the head of the party, frank shaw franca, sexualing thompson a, quote, crew sueder who is -- crusader who is seeking justice. he says it probably won't be the last attack on police because you have a lot of frustrated people out here. thompson had attended some black panther meetings, but was never officially a member. beating oprah proved to be a painful experience for one woman. the driver of her huge suv ran over the lady's foot in miami. her husband banged on the window. he screamed for the driver to
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stop that suv and that's when oprah jumped out and asked if the lady was okay. oprah then offered to take some pictures with her as her consolation, as that lady goes oh, my ankle hurts. those are your headlines. >> she didn't give her the car? you get a car. >> i know, right? >> that's great. if i get hit, i'd like it to be by a famous person. >> you always jump out to make sure they don't sue. >> maria molina joins us from outside. >> she ever get hit by oprah? >> i hope not. >> no, i have not been hit by oprah. but i would like to meet her and get pictures. that would be pretty cool. good morning. hello, everyone. take a look at these high temperatures because across portions of the southern plains and also across the southeast, we do have some very warm temperatures. ten to 15-degrees above average and going to be near record setting for some areas. you're going to be in the mid 80s across parts of georgia and across portions of texas, upper 80s for some of you. there is a cold front that is going to be bringing in some
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changes across these areas with cooler temperatures. today already cool across place like denver, rapid city and missoula. we are anticipating a few showers and storms with the system across portion of the midwest. overall, it will be a relatively quiet moving storm system. you're going to really notice a big drop in temperatures. ahead of it, relatively warm. for tomorrow, new york city, you're going to be look at a high temperature, very mild at just 70 degrees and across portion of the pacific northwest, the unsettled weather continues. another storm system arriving with several inches of rain for some of the lower elevations. let's head back inside to brian. >> thanks a lot. what a at this it was in football. a wild day in the nfl. the late, late game had saints problem.he packers. wrong. the saints beat them up big. big time. pulled away in the third quarter. final score 44-23. this, we thought steelers were done. roethlisberger had a career day against the mighty colts. six touchdowns, 522 yards.
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steelers beat indy 51-34. a big day for buffalo, but not for sammy. a big catch, going in for the score. but don't celebrate early. didn't leon lett tell that you years ago? 43-23 is the final. we get a touchdown later. that's a lesson i hope learned. here is what happens when you tell your dad he is not your faith player on your professional team. >> who is your favorite player? >> aj. >> good luck. >> cleveland browns wide receiver andrew hawkins playfully kicking his son out of the house after saying his favorite player is aj green. he did let his son back inside the next week. >> not the next week. >> he looks a little traumatized, doesn't he? >> daddy, you're kidding, right?
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months. it comes with a bottle of cleara social sil. a new system to pinpoint waits on security lines. they use wi-fi to anonymously pick passengers and track how long it takes them to get through security. >> great. meanwhile, hillary clinton botching an attempt to attack trickle down economics with this doocy of a sound bite. >> don't let anybody tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs. you know that old theory, trickle down economics. that has been tried. that has failed. it has failed rather spectacularly. >> really? >> joining us now with her reaction is fox business maria
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bartiromero. what's your recollection to that? >> clearly this is a political statement. we know we're in campaign politicking when hillary clinton says something like this. obviously to make the record straight, business and corporations do in fact create jobs. that is where the job creation comes from. it was clearly an attempt by hillary to fire up the base with divisiveness and with populism. i don't think it will work because i think this is not going to resonate with people. people are much smarter. they recognize businesses -- >> do you think she believes that? >> you know, i don't. i certainly know her husband doesn't believe that. >> elizabeth warren doesn't. she wants to keep to the left of elizabeth warren to keep her out of the presidential race. >> that's what it's all about. it's disappointing that it's such political lacing on everything because the truth is what you really would hope is get through the midterm elections and then get into an environment where you're actually seeing policies that are job creating policies. look to the energy sector, the possibility we see change with
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xl pipeline going on line, that is trickle down economics. that will create jobs, not just for obviously the companies drilling and getting the product from the ground, but also other companies that are related to that. that's trickle down economics. that works and that is in fact the bottom line business creates jobs. it's too bad we're in this political environment that everything is just politicized. >> part of the political environment is why so many democrats are talking about the minimum wage. and chris christie was on yesterday. he doubled down on comments he made last week. this is the sound bite in question. listen. here he is. >> i'm tired of hearing about the minimum wage. i really am. i don't think there is a mother or father sitting around a kitchen table tonight in america who are saying, you know, honey, if our son or daughter could just make a higher minimum wage, my god, all our dreams would be realized. is that what parents aspire to for their children? >> parents want something better than the minimum wage. >> they really do.
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and this is such a sensitive subject. and in fact, i do believe there are people out there that do want an increase in the minimum wage and there are families sitting around the table saying i wish that we could see wages go up. so i think he's -- i mean, he's going to have to keep going back and correcting himself. >> he later said it wasn't income inequality. it was opportunity inequality. >> i agree with that. i mean, i do agree that you want opportunity equality. you tonight want to just give stuff away and enable people to -- >> that's what government is supposed to do. >> right. you do want to insure you have jobs out there and opportunities out there for people to work hard. that goes back to trickle down economics, by the way. creating an environment for business so that they do create jobs so they can move up the ladder. >> thank you, maria. >> we'll see new a few minutes on "opening bell." >> don't miss it on the "fox business" network. if you're not sure where to find that show in your area or that network, log on to
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foxbusiness.com/channelfinder. >> 106 is pretty common. >> try 106. thank you. meanwhile, watch out, youtubers. democrats are coming for you tubers and you as well to regulate political videos. isn't that freedom of speech? the head of the sec, lee goodman, fighting his own colleagues on this. joins us live next. but first let's check in with a woman we call martha. no last name necessary. like cher. >> that's one of the more appropriate things i'm called. good morning. good to see you this morning. governor christie, the nurse and the white house butting heads on the way to quarantine ebola workers. and the mid terms are days away. we've got plenty of attention turning to the developing presidential hopefuls as well. could it be bush versus clinton again? why and maybe why not? we've got a great panel on that. another irs scandal. the agency is seizing money from mom and pop businesses and there is nothing that these people can do about it.
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watch out, youtube. the federal election commission may be coming after you. the fec's top democrat is calling for regulation of online only political ads. she writes, quote, the fec should no longer turn a blind eye to the internet's growing force in the political arena. fec chairman lee goodman says the commission's approach to free speech on the internet should be hands off. he joins us now from charlottesville. good morning to you, sir. >> thank you, steve. happy to be here. >> okay. so one of the beautiful things about the internet is it's free and there is not a lot of regulation except stuff that is
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clearly illegal. why do you think the democrats are interested in regulating the internet? >> well, steve, i believe that my democratic colleagues are concerned that the internet has become a very effective tool for communicating to the public. but i think what they're overlooking is the vast majority of communications over the internet, particularly political communications, are free or low cost. the internet has democracyized political discussion like no invention and i think that we need to leave hands off and the government needs to know when to leave well enough alone. >> well, that may be their goal, but ultimately if this were instituted, politically-leaning web sites like dredge report could be impacted, jib jab, youtube, that's crazy. >> well, i think that is a problem. there are hundreds of thousands
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of blogs, web sites, pod casts, web casts and i can't imagine a regulatory regime where the federal government starts culling web sites and youtube posts on a daily basis to identify those that might not have registered and reported their expenditures in connection with those online posts. and then contacting those individuals and asking how much did you actually spend on this? >> sure. >> it really is a specter of a government review board culling the internet daily. i don't know how we could begin to regulate all the political commentaries online. >> sure. but if they did, he would have legions and legions of government regulators and i don't know if you want to touch on this, but when you look at what happened at the irs, how they clamped down on the tea party and right leaning groups, you can just imagine depending on who is in charge at the white house, the fec might be clamping
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down on their political opponents. >> this is why i say government needs to know when to leave well enough alone. in 2006 the fec adopted a role that did that. there are now calls to revisit that 2006 rule making. i can tell you that several of us on the commission -- we're a six-member body -- we will oppose any effort to regulate online political speech. >> okay. so right now it's split 50/50 and nothing changes going forward. but what are the chances, you know, if you were a betting man, that things would change? >> well, apparently there is going to be an effort to change them. right now i know i have two colleagues, commissioner matt peterson and commissioner caroline hunter, and on friday of last week, we split 3-3 in a case involving free youtube video posts. and three of my democratic
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colleagues voted to investigate an organization that was alleged to have done nothing other than post two videos on youtube for free. my two republican colleagues and i voted to dismiss that case. luckily or fortunately, congress set up a federal election commission to require four votes to investigate. so we were able to block that. >> keep us posted on what goes on. lee goodman joining us from charlottesville, thank you very much. >> thank you, steve. >> keep the internet free, too. everybody. coming up, who is more vein, guys or gals? the surprising study is one for the road coming up next. ♪ ♪
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before war history, one for the road. mind the gap. conductors in the new york city area opening doors to nowhere. it's happening at or near stations where the train doors do not connect to the platform, exposing riders to dangerous falls. one door opening alongside construction pit. the railroad is investigating. science knows which sex is the most vain. the answer might shock you. ♪ ♪ >> this scene isn't just funny, it's absolutely true. >> what? >> a new study found that men spent four years over their lives perfecting their appearance and women only spend three. brian, steve. >> i hear you. by the way, the paperback version of "george washington's secret six" is coming out today. i'll be on the road thursday in
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orlando and friday in jacksonville. i hope to see you there. >> fits in your back pocket. we're very excited about it. congratulations. >> thank you. we'll see you tomorrow, everybody. bill: the debate over the ebola quarantine. the white house pressuring the governors of new york and new jersey to loosen the 21-day quarantine for healthcare workers coming back from west africa from treating ebola patients. martha: the quarantine was put into effect in four states after this nurse complained she was being treated like a criminal. bill:

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