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following the story. >> while there was not a specific terror threat terror captured the image i gos of those inspired to commit lone wolf style attacks. in new warnings they cover 500 government installations. officials say they are working with state and local officials to take additional measures to help those working inside. >> you could argue this is a half measure. look, i think all of us who have watched this whole administration to watch the terrorism in general have loathed to respond for fear of the narrative that al qaeda
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suspect on the run the tide of war is receding. >> the new york city attack by the police officers and two separate canadian attacks. officials can't point to any specific threats or intelligence. the latest alert first commenting while there is nothing there is quote everything and a lot of it. back do you -- back to you in n. >> we have another fox news alert for you. a rocket exploding after lift-off flames can be seen
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shooting into the sky as the sunset on the eastern shore of virginia thursday evening. this after a private spacecraft explodes over oo launch complex in wallace island. the launch was headed to the international space station. >> it is a tough time to lose a vehicle like this and the payload. it's not as tragic as losing a life associated with it. sewer happy to report there were no injuries and of the safeguards in flight and on the groundworked as it should have. all we lost was hardware. >> it was loaded with 500 pounds of gear for the 6 people on the station. it was named orbital sciences to keep the space station stopped. engineers from the private company were not tracking any issues with the rocket before the launch. >> our team worked hard to prepare it we conducted a lot of testing and analysis to get ready for this mission. something went wrong and we will find out what that is. we will determine the root cause
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and we will correct that and we will come back and fly here again. >> as bore bit t orbital scienc look at why nasa says they will be okay despite the loss. >> we have plenty of work for them to do on orbit and plenty of supplies on orbit to keep them going for quite sometime. >> the cost estimated to be at least $200 million. >> burning lava now covering the yards of two houses on hawaii's big island. there's nothing any one can do to stop it. from above you can see the river of molten rock that is sweeping toward the town. many residents already left their homes. some schools are closed until further notice. >> new overnight an update for you, the father who vanished
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from a denver broncos game found safe and sound. he was picked up outside of a furniture store two hours south of denver. it is unclear where he has been for nearly a he can wouldn't. he vanished at mile sty stadium during laugh time last thursday. he had no phone, no car and only $50 in his pocket. they are vowing for democrats saying we can't put republicans in charge. we have the latest data of this exciting election. >> we are here. crunch time. obama's approval rating is at an all time low of 42 percent. he's hoping the power of presidency might help democrats win on tuesday. he is in full campaign mode crisscrossing two states in
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gubernatorial races like wisconsin where he is trying to oust scott walker. >> republicans are patriots they love their country just like we do but they have bad ideas. that doesn't mean that we don't appreciate them as americans. i have family members who have bad ideas. they are still a part of the family. you don't want to put them in charge. >> but democratic senators don't want to put the senators in charge of campaigning for them. >> every democrat in the country ducking and covering who is in a contested race and trying to pretend they don't even know the guy. >> here is why. fox polls show confidence in the president is very low. if his policies were p on the ballot right now 63 percent would vote against him. another poll asking voters shows
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republicans have a slight lead over democrats. if republicans win control of the senate. 37 percent believe it is change for the better. they will lead on key issues like terrorism, taxes, foreign policy, economy and immigration. democrats hold a slim lead on healthcare. the republican national committee is using president obama's low numbers against the democrats putting out a web ad that is titled obama's foreign policy is on the ballot. >> kelly wright, live for us. thanks, kel. now to "look who is talking. a bold prediction on who will win the senate. >> i think chances are good republicans take the senate. for good reason. the reason is this is essentially a referendum on obama. in 2010 it was a referendum on his ideology, the over reach
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with obamacare, the stim lulus p and trade. now six years in it's a referendum on ideology but now add-on to that it's son sheer competence. if republicans retake the senate, and the only reason to retake the senate is to enact the agenda that will come out of the house into the senate and then confront obama with the veto threat. >> what outcome do you want to see in the mid term elections? log on to facebook after this show. we will have a live debate with you it's #keep talking. >> ebola patient lied to authorities about his travels. dr. craig spencer said he isolated himself in his apartment. it wasn't until after officials checked his subway car he admitted he rode the train and he went bowling. the nurse meantime held in new jersey after arriving in west africa now refuse to go follow a
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quarantine set by the case of state of maine. a family in connecticut now suing the city after their third grade daughter was banned from elementary school. she was banned after traveling to knee ge nigeria with her fatr for a wedding. >> melissa rivers suing over her mother's death. she is filing a wrongful death suit against the clinic where she under went a routine throat procedure. she went into cardiac arrest during that procedure and later died of brain damage that was caused by a lack of oxygen. >> well, it looks like halloween weekend hey be more of a trick than a treat. millions in the northeast could see a blast of cold air and even some snow in some areas. maria molina is tracking all of that and she is going to explain herself. >> good morning heather and
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ainsley. that's right. parts of new england coming up for halloween weekend could be looking at snow. it would be qui-- it could be significant in some areas along higher elevations. the temperatures are going to be affecting many people not just across new england but areas further south in the mid atlantic and down to parts of georgia. for today you are looking good out therement temperatures are relatively mild especially this time of year. 50's this afternoon in new york city. # 70's across parts of the southeast. here comes some of the cooler air. you can already see it impacting portions of minnesota with highs in the 40's. this cold front will continue to move eastward producing showers from the northeast through parts of mississippi and also alabama this morning. but eventually another reinforcing cold blast is going to be impacting us through those areas coming up this weekend. northwest you have been looking at unsettled weather that continues today looking at more showers coming in in parts of
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oregon and washington state. take a look at friday. the high in chicago is just 40. 32 in market. coming up saturday across the northeast highs in new york city will be in the low 50's. possibly not getting out of the 40z 40's by sunday and also cold areas on the other side. >> the royals force game 7 in the world series. in kansas city the route against the giants began early. 7 runs by the oil in the second inning. they win 10-0. just like 29 years ago when the royals won their only title. there will be game 7. first pitch tonight at 8:00 p.m. >> very exciting. >> the time now 10 minutes after the top of the hour. wendy davis is no stranger to controversial remarks. now she is sending others to do her dirty work. >> a guy kind of rolls around. >> the new comment creating
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outrage. >> the teenager posing with guns but the picture was taken before the dance. why are they facing school suspension? >> halloween house shut down, ainsley. why the cops were called in to snuff out the spirit. >> why they got to be so rude? 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. just another day at norfolk southern.
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there's a 30,000 reward offering for her or her arrest. >> a gunman opened fire. two people were shot but are expected to survive. the gunman and another man took off in a car. dozens of tracked down. he is charged with attempted murder. police still trying to find this man damon morris who they believe was also involved. a serial killer back in court today. he confessed to killing 7 women and stashing their bodies in an abandoned home. last week when van was in front of a judge he remained silent forcing the judge to cancel the hearing. they are searching thousands of homes for more victims. >> the white house computer network hacked. they are not saying who is behind the attack but the "washington post" is reporting they are believed to be working for the russians.
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>> new york city one of the cities hit by super storm sandy.
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it has been two years since sandy hit. even though we have made big strides building back what was lost. some people up and down the east coast they are facing an uphill battle. our own maria molina was able to join in to volunteer in the rockaways in new york to get a first-hand look. i want to hear about your experience. >> i got the opportunity to volunteer with the program. the profive progress being mades remarkable. take a look. >> two years ago sandy was the biggest storm i covered. it was the rockaways was one of the hardest hit. years later families are still working to restore what they have lost. >> 16 months without a kitchen. this is minor compared to some
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people. >> we have seen so much devastation we have never seen before. our lives were transformed. we learned how to survive. how to live in adverse situations. >> there is hope on the horizon. volunteers have become critical. their effort to build has been life changing. >> originally there was debris falling out of people's houses. it stunk in the air. now as you drive down the streets it feels like a community, feels like a em who, a town. >> today our apprentices worked on the homes. the friends of rockaway team has been great in teachings how to change the things we are doing like sanding and painting. >> we hear the stories of what the families have gone through it feels good to get back. >> we are not there yet but
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little by little life after sandy is being recovered with the help of programs like these the light at the end of the tunnel gets brighter every day. >> it was such an amazing and humbling thing to be part of the rebuilding with friends of rockaway and ails of princesss is. take a look at one of the houses we were working on. i couldn't believe it when i first saw them i didn't even recognize president the homes. >> lots of hard work. >> a lot of hard work and really making strides into the rebuilding effort. in future storms have a way to get the warnings and take the warnings very seriously. >> you talk about helping people overseas it is nice you are doing that in our own backyard. thank you so much, maria. it is time to brew on this. two high school honors students suspended for posing with guns. >> take a look. this is a picture that got their
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massachusetts high school up in arms. holding a pair of air soft guns in their own living room. those guns shoot plastic bullets. the picture was taken before the homecoming dance and posted on facebook. it ir skaed other students and handed them both a 10-day suspension. >> i think they took it way too far. >> the dance was friday. we took it monday. there was no concern or threat. >> both teens and parents are meeting with school officials today to see if they are expelled. >> is the suspension just fine or over the line? send an e-mail to "fox frien-- we will share over the air. a week away from mid terms where obama says don't put republicans in charge. polls are telling a different story. >> enter if you dare this two
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>> it is wednesday october 29th, a fox news alert. explosive lift-off, a rocket headed to the international space station bursting into flames. nasa now has explaining to do. >> america targeted for terror. a brand new threat this morning and what is being done now to protect the home land. >> image this, two bears getting into a brawl right in front of your house. it is all caught on camera. don't mess with them.
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"fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪ >> there's a song to get you out of bed this morning. good wednesday morning to you. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather childers. >> i am ainsley earhardt. thank you for waking up with us. it is 5:30 on the east coast. the terror causing the department of homeland security to increase security at government buildings and other key locations all across the united states. >> peter doocy joins us live from washington with the latest on this. >> this latest move effects as many as 9500 federal buildings across america. dhf officials are explaining why security must be beefed up now like this. quote, the reason for this
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action are self evident. continued public calls bioterrorist organizations for attacks on the home land and elsewhere including law enforcement and other government officials and act of violence targeted toward government personnel in canada and elsewhere. recently jay johnson doesn't want to give potential loan wolves too much detail but he says this kind of new and improved security posture at federal buildings is going to shift around from location to location. home grown terrorists have had high level officials on edge. >> canada and the united states are now in discussions making certain that every possible stone is turned over. every policy is reviewed.
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our obligation is to protect our citizens. >> loan wolves have the top terror threat at home. >> a man in his 30's attacked a woman moments before taking his own life stepping in front of a moving train. they believe this woman beheaded was the mother of the suspect. no word at this hour on a motive. >> another fox news alert for you a nasa rocket exploding six seconds after lift-off>> 108 percent. >> flames can be seen shooting
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into the sky as the sun sets on the eastern shore of virginia thursday evening. this after a private spacecraft explodes over a launch complex in wallace island. second after lift-off the unmanned rocket was headed to the international space station. >> it's a tough time to lose a launch vehicle like this and its payload. it's not as tragic as lose ago life associated with it. we are happy to report there were no injuries and a safeguards in flight and on the groundworked as they should have. all thwe lost was hardware. >> the spacecraft was loaded with 500 pounds of gear for the six people living on the space station. they are using virginia based orbital sciences to keep the space station stopped. they are not tracking any issues with the rocket before the launch. >> our team worked hard to repair it we conducted a lot of testing and analysis to get ready for this mission. something went wrong and we will find out what that is. we will determine the root cause
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and we will correct that and we will come back and fly here again. >> as other tal sciences investigates the cause of the explosion nasa says the crew on the space station will be okay despite the loss of supplies. >> the station is in great shape. the crew is in good shape. we have plenty of work for them to do on orbit and plenty of supplies on orbit to keep them going for quite sometime. >> by the way the cost of the supplies lost in the explosion estimated to be at least $200 million. >> democrat wendy davis might be down by double digits against republican greg abbott in the ra for governor. that's not stopping her campaign. she drew attention to her wheelchair bound she is mocking abbott during a speech. >> we have this guy who rolls around thinking that he can get tort reform for himself but taken away from everybody else
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from the state of texas. >> davis made no effort to denounce the reference even thanking the state rep on twitter for getting the crowd fired up. >> president obama taking a shot at republicans on the campaign trail. but brand new fox news polls reveals how americans really feel. kelly wright here now with a look at the numbers. >> president obama's approval rating is at an all time low of 42 percent. he is hoping the power of the presidency will help democrats win next tuesday. all this week the president is in full campaign mode crisscrossing 16 is states for gubernatorial races like republican scott walker. republicans are patriots. they love their country just like we do. >> we have bad idea-- they have
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ideas. >> our voters are very mobilized. >> when it comes to senate races democrats are distancing themselves from the president largely due to the president's plummeting popularity. take a look a fox news poll shows 59 percent believe he has been incompetent and infective managing government. republicans have a slight lead over democrats for which party voters want to control the senate. the polls also show republicans have a slight lead over democrats for which parties -- i just said that p didn't i? i will say it again. voters appear to be anti obama or anti incumbent. ask to start fresh for all new members of congress 59 percent say it would be good and 42 percent are concerned for the future of the country. americans will have the power of change at the ballot. >> the count down is on it is
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all worth repeating. >> donald trump calling out hillary clinton over her comments businesses do not create jobs. >> she is going over to the elizabeth warren side of things. maybe she needs that maybe she doesn't. i have never heard her speak that way. that's a pretty big statement. very sad statement for the country. >> what about trump? kennedy asking that question. >> you get into the arena? >> you -- >> i said i am not going to start that again. i never did start it. they put me in polls they think i am running. i will say this. i would do a good job we will see what happens. >> i learned it with heart.
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you might need costumes with long sleeves on halloween. it could bring snowflakes in parts of the country. >> any time the weather is bad i get the blame. we are looking at cold p it is across new england and across the great lakes. especially along the higher elevations and parts of wealths virginia. some of the mountains could be picking up snowfall come can up this weekend. the first blast of cold air is arriving either today and tomorrow akrotz portions of the northeast. the frontal system moving northeast. there is light shower activity associated with it. there are batches of heavier rain across tennessee and into kentucky. overall the storm system doesn't have a lot of moisture with it. not too bad. across the northwest days and days of stormy weather out
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there. the frontal system doesn't have any moisture with it. charlotte we could be looking at storms. look at the temperatures. today in the 40's in places like chicago and minneapolis and friday all of the air starting to move in. >> nothing is going to stop kids from getting their candy. not your fault maria. >> it is a school bus with a need for speed. a oo faster than a plane. a man from indiana building that jet powered bus dubbed school time. 80 foot flames bursting out of the back of the bus. school time can travel up to 367 miles per hour. but it only holds three passengers. >> i hope it has seat belts on board. >> the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour.
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drones cannot be thrown below 3,000 feet or within 3 miles of major league stadiums during the event. if they break the rules they get a year of jail time and a hefty fine. >> a favorite halloween attraction in california shut down by the police leaving disappointed fans with one question. ♪ why you got to be so cruel >> the question is, why you got to be so rude. the halloween display featuring 12,000 lights has been a tradition. too many noise and traffic complaints this year forcing police to shut it down. he is not letting it ruin his spirits. he plans to get a permit next year or rent a commercial space. >> coming up, a proposal ain an explosive fashion how one man: aged to set a college on fire while popping the question. >> are you looking for a good
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correspondent is in manchester with the details. >> at a chilly dinner with fire fighters, freshman senator jean shaheen, a 30 year veteran of new hampshire politics born in missouri used the issue of immigration to joke her republican rival former u.s. senator scott brown of massachusetts amounted to an illegal alien who should be deported. >> you probably have noticed we've been debating border security. brown says he has a sense of humor but accused shaheen of not taking border security seriously. >> she voted not to take troops to the border. i have. >> brown says he was born in new hampshire at the naval shipyard which is actually across the state line in maine. he got into politics in massachusetts where democrats outnumber republicans ten to one but he was still the winner of a special election to finish the late ted kennedy's term. brown occasionally broke
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ranks with the republicans while in the senate. by contrast shaheen has been one of the party's most loyal soldiers. >> if you're happy with the direction we're going on right now, then you should vote for senator shaheen. i want the united states to be respected, feared, and i want to have the ability to be the leader and help restore america. >> reporters and scott brown keep wanting to make this race about the president. this race is about new hampshire. >> the debate has ranged from jobs to ebola, the border to health care, syria to ferguson. both campaigns know that undecided voters in new hampshire tend to break very late, often on the final weekend. scott brown pulled off a huge upset in 2010. polls suggest he has a shot at doing the same thing in new hampshire which means he could be a senator representing both states -- new hampshire and massachusetts -- in less than a six year span of a single senate term. >> thank you, carl. new hampshire republican candidate scottoins "fox & friends" just about an hour from now.
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>> are you looking for a good scare this halloween? we've got the five most terrifying haunted houses in america. five, headless horseman in new york dubbed the hay ride from hell. this treacherous haunted house will keep you on your toes. number four, bennett's curse in maryland. it is a 3-d inferno attraction to scare your pants off. number three, cutting off in fort worth, texas. this two-time world record holder for largest haunted house located inside a meat processing plant. >> second place, the beef in kansas city, missouri. the maze takes you through a forest and swatch -- swamp and there is even a live alligator. finally the best haunted house in the country...
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it is about three minutes till the top of the hour. before you leave the house here's what's happening for you today. more lone wolf terror attacks caused the feds to increase security at federal buildings and other key locations across the country. investigators arriving on the scene to figure out what went wrong when a nasa rocket exploded six seconds after takeoff. the unmanned rocket was carrying supplies to the international space station. hawaiians preparing for the worst as 2,000 degree lava creeps into a town on the big mountain. the molten rock reaching two homes. dozens more threatened. >> time for the good, the bad, and the ugly. a cab driver in new york getting the surprise of a lifetime when he picks up tom hanks. the two snapping a selfie
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and hanks later tracked him down to give him a ticket to the broadway show in which he is starring. next the bad. two black bears duking it out in a new jersey neighborhood. you can see those bears crawling, wrestling and biting each other. finally the ugly, a man accidentally setting his college on fire while trying to impress his girlfriend with a fireworks marriage proposal. the plan going up in flames when the fireworks set the grass on fire. after all the smoke cleared, though, she did say yes. >> that is a good thing after all that. it is time for your brew on this responses. two massachusetts teens suspended for ten days after taking this picture. they posed with air soft guns at their home before the dance. >> we asked you is this fine or over the lane. kathy says i think it is a bizarre picture. if mom and dad took the picture at home why is the school even involved? >> ben tweeted, he says i don't understand the point of the picture but the suspension is way offense
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the hayne. the paranoia is silly. >> frank writes what happens at home stays at home unless it is endangering the children. >> thanks to everyone who responded. great comments. let's keep talking about the midterms. what is the outcome you're hoping for? head to our facebook now. "fox & friends" starts now. bye. >> hello and good morning. it is wednesday, the 29th of october, 2014. i'm anna kooiman in for elisabeth hasselbeck. a fox news alert. a nasa rocket heading to outer space explodes. >> that main engine is at 108%. >> now the big question: how did this happen? a live report with the breaking details straight ahead. >> then with less than a week before americans head to the polls to vote, the president rallies for a democratic candidate, but so much for drumming


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