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♪ >> whoa! >> gosh. fans capturing the wednesday nightfall from all angles. he slips on a soaked stage. yeah. ouch. >> i love leo, though, we need to do more stories about leo. >> nice. >> thank you very much for joining us. have a great weekend. >> yes. "fox & friends" starts now. bye. good morning. it's friday, april 8th, 2016. i'm ainsley earhardt. this is a fox news alert. the hunt is on for this man on that bicycle after a freshman dance student was found dead in a creek at the university of texas. we have the latest on the search for her killer. >> terrible story. meanwhile, bill clinton versus black lives. >> the people who killed the lives they say matter. tell the truth! >> so is the former president causing more harm than good for hillary's campaign? then, smo"sesame street"
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expanding its borders. their new afghan muppet, zari. >> amazing. no puppets here, but steve and ainsley are. mornings are more amazing with friends. ♪ ♪ of. >> that is the guy in the yellow jumpsuit, that is peter doo heg. why did you jump out of a plane? >> to confirm you shouldn't jump out of planes. that was a ton of fun. the second jump where i looked better than the first where i looked totally mortified. >> a saw a moment ago a runway, an airport or air force base below s. that where you're trying to land? >> yeah, apparently. >> see, you're looking at the camera -- >> lime looking at the camera doing nothing, enjoying it while
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my sergeant lopez on my back is doing all the heavy lifting. >> amazing. golden knights? >> golden knights of the army, army parachute team. had an somehow opportunity to jump with them. >> can't wait to see it. congratulations. now heather with headlines. welcome back, hope you're feeling better. >> yes. thank you very much. everybody, i hope you're off to a great day. serious news this hour. police are hunting for this man who's seen riding a bike on the campus of the university of texas just two hours after 18-year-old freshman student haruka wiser was last seen alive. take a close look. her murder sending shock waves through the entire community. >> as a parent, this is my worst nightmare. the unimaginable brutality against haruka is an attack on our entire family. law enforcement is doing everything they can to bring the perpetrator of this heinous crime to justice. >> hundreds then gathering on campus for an emotional memorial.
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haruka, a dance student, was last seen leaving the arts building around 9:30 p.m. sunday. she never made it back to her dorm room. her roommates called the police the next morning to report her missing. her body was found tuesday in a creek on campus. another manhunt developing this morning for an accused murderer who escaped from a psychiatric facility in washington state. anthony garver is considered extremely dangerous. here he is back in 2013 with the woman he's accused of killing. cops say he cut her throat and then stabbed her more than 20 times. he bought a bus ticket to spokane on wednesday night. that's when he went to his parents' house before he ran off. garver and another patient, mark alexander, escaped through a loose window on wednesday. he was captured after he boarded a bus and then asked how to get to the airport. and brand-new video shows the man in white in the moments right after he helped carry out the brussels bombing. a series of surveillance videos stitched together the past few
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weeks. you see him here as he calmly leaves the airport. he walked six miles to a nearby town. at some point, he ditches his white jacket. as you see, he keeps on his hat. he's still on the run right now. before that blast, he was last seen with two of the bombers inside the airport. and talk about rocky start to an engagement. a guy gets stuck climbing a 600-foot cliff right after he proposed. he had just scaled morrow rock in california to ask his girlfriend to marry him live on facetime. he got stuck on the way down. poor guy. a helicopter crew pulled him to safety. as for the rope cliffhanger, she said yes. those are your headlines. >> got to stick it out. >> that's when you first learn it. >> she left him hanging. >> righ >> aw. >> thank you. >> trying to be a cool guy. couldn't pull it off. bill clinton was speaking in philadelphia, campaigning for his wife, for hillary clinton, and in the middle of the speech, black lives matters individuals
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continued to chant stuff at him about black lives matter. he gets so frustrated, he can't take it anymore. he says, enough is enough. here's what he said -- >> right. regarding his crime bill in 1994. >> whoa. wait a minute. wait a minute. now you're screaming. let's do another one. [ chanting ] >> whoa. whoa. wait. wait. i want to deal with them all. come on. come on. [ chanting ] >> wait. wait, wait, wait. wait. see these other signs, this is what's the matter. i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them on to the street to murder other african-american children.
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maybe you thought they were good citizens. she didn't. she didn't. you are defending the people who killed the lives you say matter! tell the truth! >> somebody was holding up a sign regarding his 1994 signature on the crime bill that said your bill destroyed our communities because it instilled three strikes you're out, built more prisons, and expanded life. it's interesting, after he did that, when he pivoted from his stump speech, "slate" magazine which tilts to the left, said that hillary should fire bill clinton because nobody is doing more damage to her campaign than her husband. he's been consistently flat footed and destructive when talking about hillary and the current president. and the last line is, either he doesn't want her to overtake him in the presidential legacy department, or he doesn't want her to repudiate him. regardless, hillary should shut him down. she can't divorce him, but she can fire him.
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>> clinton is showing -- he's shown time and time again you can't keep him on script. in some ways, he's taking on a new left. the old left, the bill clinton left where they would at least believe in law enforcement and crime and punishment and they -- police and crime did go down, confirming the new anti-cop sentiment in black lives matter. he doesn't like it. he's confronting it. problem is, his wife is running for president. >> right. >> making nice with this group is helpful in a democratic primary. >> yeah. >> he went on to say yesterday, unlike when i became president, a lot of things are coming apart around the world now. which many people are saying is a dig at the current president, president obama. and hill was his secretary of state. >> if he says the wheels are coming off around the world the last seven years -- >> who is he blaming? his wife is secretary of state. >> meanwhile, the former secretary of state was here in new york city, the 161st street subway stop. she's trying to prove she's just like everybody else. here's hillary trying to get on the subway. she's swiping her metro card one
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time. two times. three times. four times -- >> i'm sure she's panicking. doesn't look good. >> five times. trying to prove she's an authentic new yorker but doesn't know how to work the subway. >> there we go. worked. thank goodness. >> maybe they said, let her through, come on. >> this is karma probably because that happened to her after she said about bernie sanders, i'm proud to be a new yorker, we don't use a token on the subway. why did she say that? because bernie told this to "the daily news" -- listen to the audio. >> actually we rode the subway, mike, when we were here -- about a year ago. but i know how to ride the subways. i've been on them once or twice. >> do you really? how do you ride the subway today? >> what do you mean how do you ride the subway? >> how do you ride? >> you get a token and you get in. >> wrong. >> put a token in. >> you use a metro card. >> i've lived here for ten
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years, we've already had these. metro cards. never a token. >> ten years, no token. >> he said he rode it in the last year. >> someone let him in. and he went in -- amazing. the voters are wise to this stuff. a total p.r. sham -- >> a photo op. it looked to me like she had never been in the subway and used it before -- >> 100%. >> one of the leftie websites showed a picture of her 25 years ago putting a token in, campaigning for her husband. she doesn't ride it with regulator. she hasn't driven a car in, what, 30 years? >> i kept thinking, go upstairs, get in your motorcade. everyone's okay with the fact that you drive in your motorcade. >> own it. like donald trump. he has the private plane in the background. >> he says, i don't ride the subway, i have my own plane. >> a question for new yorkers or anybody who takes the subway and uses one of those electronic cards. what was she doing wrong?
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>> advice. >> we were talking about it in the newspaper. there's a feel. you have to do it -- it does happen to us occasionally. not five times in a row. >> e-mail us, friends@foxnews.com. while hillary struggles to get on the subway, ted cruz struggles to explain the new york values comment he made in iowa. donald trump isn't letting it slide without a fight. >> peter doocy is live in washington, d.c., with more. >> reporter: the fight over new york values actually started in south carolina on a debate stage in january. it's boiling over now ahead of the state's primary. it goes to show that for cruz, an insult intended to impress voters in iowa is backfiring in a state with far more delegates three months later as trump defends his home turf. >> everyone understands that the values in new york city focus around money and the media. >> i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more
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beautifully, more humanely than new york. >> and cruz is doing damage control, trying to explain that he was not knocking all new yorkers, only liberal democrats, for the way they run the state. >> bill, i think people across new york and across the country know exactly what new york values means. those are the values of liberal democratic politicians who have been hammering the state. >> cruz is way behind trump in new york and plans on monday to head to california which votes in june. he's only behind seven points there in the respected field poll. trump, meanwhile, canceling a california swing to make sure nothing happens to the commanding lead he has there in the empire state. back to you. >> peter, you sound like you were up really late on monday night screaming for villanova. >> i don't think it's that, but i do ride the metro a lot. and people have been coughing. it's allergy season, it's just a perfect storm. >> how slowly -- >> carry your tokens. >> how slowly do you swipe your
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metro card? >> in d.c., it's just a touch. you touch it. don't even take it out of my wallet. >> there you go. >> very good. i hope you feel better. you have a few days to recover over the weekend hopefully. >> yeah. >> reporter: thank you. meanwhile, in other news, 12 minutes after the top of the hour, a fox news alert. moments ago the pope revealed new guidelines on family issue like divorce and remarriage. will this unite or divide catholics across the world, and did he talk about same-sex marriage? we'll tell you. >> yes. and look at this. a crazy car chase. it has just about everything from don't touts selfies. you have to see this one.
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16 minutes ago, the vatican released pope francis' new paper called "the joy of love" that some in the church believe will polarize the catholic faithful over family issues. what's in it? joining us is raymond arroyo, managing editor of ewtn news, actually got to look at it over the last couple of days. raymond, the headlines are what? >> the headlines are that the pope is reaffirming marriage, celebrating marriage. he goes on for 235 -- 256 pages to do that. here are the big leads -- he has
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said definitively after two years of debate among the world's cardinals and bishops, the pope has come out and say gay marriage cannot be equated in any way with traditional marriage. he reafirms the church's teaching that contraception is out of bounds morally. but then the real takeaway is he seems to be opening the door to the possibility of communion for divorce and remarried catholics outside of the annulment process. so you know, it's -- to give you the quick shorthand, again my distillation of 256 pages, it is go in sin no more, but check with your priest first. you might not have sinned as bad as you thought. the pope quotes himself in the footnotes, cannon lawyers in europe and the united states have pointed out at one point he quotes himself and says, sacraments should be made available to some of these people in irregular situations. he never uses the term "adultery."
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he seems to be trying to change the church's approach to those who find themselves inside what the church used to call objective sin. he says, i point out that the eucharist is not a prize for the perfect but a powerful medicine and nourishment for the weak. we'll see how it goes down. i can tell you, there's a lot of upset cannonists today. some blustery feel this will land on -- some priests who feel this will land on their lap. >> the gatekeepers. >> yeah. >> why will traditionalists be upset? isn't this to say, okay, times have changed, catholic church should change a bit? >> look, the pope clearly believes the language needs to change. this is a pastoral document. it's not changing doctrine. i would make the argument, as many cannonist ha isists have m you shift and change practice, adjust the practice of the faith, you essentially change the doctrine. look, i wrote a book called "will wilder: the relic of perilous falls." i feel as if the church is moving into a perilous situation, and i'm worried about how this plays out. the emails and texts i've been
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getting, steve, they don't look happy this morning. >> okay. raymond, real quickly, for the many, many catholics who are divorced and -- and always been told, well, if you haven't gotten an annulment, you can't get communion, this morning, essentially it says, well, yeah, you can? >> no, it says you have to check with your priest. you have to go what they're calling a -- >> talk to the priest? >> talk to the priest and your bishop. >> okay. all right. very good. that's what we know. raymond arroyo, thank you very much. managing editor of ewtn. folks in tv land, what do you think about what the pope has handed down to the people of the catholic church? do you agree with it? do you like it? do you not like it? e-mail us, friends@foxnews.com. coming up, "sesame street" moving to the middle east? we'll introduce you to their newest afghan muppet, zarhi. hello. and if you're doing yourdaction this weekend with the deadline around the corn -- your taxes this weekend with the deadline around the corner, the top six ways to help you keep
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and british prime minister david cameron british prime minister david cameron -- he cashed in in 2010 after the financial fallout. attention couples, tax day, i hate to say it, less than two weeks away. if you are getting them out of the way this weekend, you might be wondering how to keep uncle sam from taking your hard-earned dollars. here with some tips before you do file is the author of "the couples guide to financial compatibility," certified financial planner, jeff motsky. good to see you again. thanks for having -- for coming back. we don't have too much time although we have three extra days. >> we have until april 18th. >> great. your first tip is itemize or not to itemize? what do you recommend? >> if you own a house, you want to itemize, that way you get the full deduction for your taxes. you save money that way, as well. you want to make sure you
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itemize the big-ticket items, mortgage interest is a huge piece of the erquationequation, tax and charitable deductions. >> should we expect a big tax tlund ye refund this year? >> if you're getting one, that's a big mistake. ideally, you want to get right at zero, the perfect number. in other words, you don't owe money, at the same time you're also making sure that you're not having to pay a bunch. that's the anxiety that kicks in at that april 18th when you get that call from your that's person saying you owe money. >> 15% rule, what is that? >> a great way to save a lot of money in taxes. taking 15% of your paycheck, put it into tax preferred plans, 401 k. every dollar that goes into your 401(k), you're saving 30 cents in taxes. retirement's expensive. you need to make sure you have -- >> 15% is a lot. >> work up to it. there's a lot of people who
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start smalling and work up to it -- smaller and work up to it. when you get a raise, take full advantage. >> take the extra money -- >> or spend it a little, have fun, but -- >> buy some new shoes. >> right. but understand, retirement's expensive. you want to make sure you have that flexibility down the road. >> what about saving for college? >> yeah. to me, the 529 plan is a great vehicle. if you got a big tax refund this year, take that money, put it into a 529 plan. a way to put money away, tax deferred, which means you don't pay tax on the growth. then you take it out tax free for college. and that's -- >> they have to use it for college. you still recommend it? >> they use it for college or any higher educational services. if you have another child and maybe one get a scholarship, you can transfer money to the other child, pass it to a grandchild. it's a great vehicle. you don't want to get stuck with them qualifying for college and you don't have the money. you take out loans to get into that scenario, or the other side is you're paying with dollars that you earn today, and they're not tax favorable like they are in the 529. the 529 is tax free for college.
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>> a good idea. we've been thinking about that in our house for sure. paying property taxes, you say pay early? >> yes. that's a tip that you have to use at the end of the year. be proactive. if you had a big year, maybe you work on commission or had a big bonus and know you'll have a higher tax bracket, look to pay your property taxes early before the end of the year because you can take that deduction for the year. it's just a planning tool or planning tip that we use with a lot of clients. >> great. your last tip is team up. what do you mean? >> team up. i wrote a book, "the couples guide to financial compatibility." everybody should have one. i talk about it with people teaming up when it comes to to taxes. my wife, she loves doing the tax return. she loves going over the budget and saving the receipts and all that. >> god bless her. >> you've got to have somebody like that on your team. if you get audited and don't have somebody like that on your team, you're in big trouble -- >> file jointly? >> file jointly. you'll have more benefits by filing jointly. >> good deal. thank you very much. good to see you. say hello to your wife. i know she's a big fan of the show. >> she is a big fan. yes. >> we love her for that. thank you. coming up, this mom did not
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raise a fool. >> this is not how i raise my kids. it's not a race. if that happened, they need to get arrested. >> the tough love lesson that will have you talking this morning. then, bill clinton battles black lives matter. >> are you defending the people who kill the lives you say matter. tell the truth. >> is it time for hillary to get him off the campaign trail? dana perino here to talk about that. first, happy birthday to taylor kitsch. 35 years old. the actor best known as tim riggins on "friday night lights" turns 35. happy birthday. ♪ but grandma, we use charmin ultra soft
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take on the unexpected. the new 2016 nissan altima. built to stand out. while campaigning in new york today, hillary clinton rode the subway and had to swipe her
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metro card five time before getting through a turnstyle. though if you know hillary clinton, you know she'll keep trying until she gets in. >> keep swiping. >> and she got in. it worked. dana breperino, co-host fro "the five." you're an expert when it comes to messaging. >> well -- >> what went down in the subway tube yesterday was wrong on so many levels. >> i hate political stunts, okay. like -- especially the ones where it's -- i'm just like you. and here's the thing, if she wanted to do that, she should have gone without cameras. >> practiced -- >> word would get out. and would be viral. so -- gosh, hillary clinton was taking the subway. the thing about the turnstile and swiping of the card, it's not that easy. sometimes it takes two, three, four times -- >> you've got to have the touch. >> i've learned sometimes when -- i'm from wyoming so it's not that natural. people have the flick of the
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wrist. i get nervous sometimes if people are behind me if i can't get it right. sometimes i go to the least populated one where you go through the actual -- >> i kept thinking, all the new yorkers were like, we don't care who she is, just get out of my way. >> in addition, you had bernie sanders who said -- you throw in the token. i've lived here six years, no tokens. >> started in 2003. >> is there someone in the campaign that says, let's really connect with voters? usually it's hunting at the end of the campaign. >> duck hunting, very popular. >> does that work? >> well, not really. >> not in new york. >> donald trump is at the podium with his private jet behind him. >> yeah, he owns it. like i'm not -- no, i'm not taking the subway. that's for you people. her team constantly looks for ways to make her look authentic. i feel they should stop and let her be herself. bernie sanders is escalating attacks on her, and it's working. >> you know, it's the battle for
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new york, if she loses it in new york, she's in big trouble. maybe that's why bill clinton got so feisty yesterday. he was doing his regular stump speech in philadelphia. there he is there. and then a member or two of the audience, black lives matter people, were protesting the 1994 crime bill. and we want to play you an exchange where he really get mad. watch this. >> okay. >> whoa. wait a minute. wait a minute. now you're screaming. let's do another one -- [ chanting ] >> no. wait. wait. i want to deal with them all. come on. [ chanting ] >> come on. wait, wait, wait. wait. see these other signs? this is what's the matter. i don't know how you would
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characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them on to the street to murder other african-american children, maybe you thought they were good citizens. she didn't. she didn't! [ applause ] >> you are defending the people who kill the lives you say matter. tell the truth! >> does that help hillary? >> well, let me say, i liked it, okay. i think one of the reasons that people -- most moderates across the country have had some affection for bill clinton is that he could tell it like it is. one of the things in the exit polls this election that people like the most is donald trump tells it like it is. so i thought -- bill clinton was being authentic and refreshing. you see he's a great politician. however, it's not -- not 1994. so the mood of the party has changed. the democrats have been pulled far to the left. and now the mood of the -- of the democrats is, the crime bill went way too far, incarcerating too many young black people. >> three strikes. >> that needs to change. and hillary has agreed with
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them. she's not -- i still think he's a tremendous asset to her campaign. but -- actually, he looked better there than he has in other places because it shows him authentic fire in the belly. i thought. >> speaking of fire, "slate" magazine says she should fire him -- >> "slate" magazine said that? >> "slate" magazine, from the left. >> don't take their advice, hillary. >> they say she should fire him because he's made a barrage of comments lately against president obama. yesterday, he said, unlike when i became president, a lot of things are coming apart around the world now. then -- >> my gosh. >> the world. >> then he went on to say, the last -- awful legacy of the last eight years. >> is it calculateded, or is he going off the cuff? >> i think he believes it. >> it's not his administration -- >> right. first and foremost, he's about bill clinton, okay. he wants his wife to be president very much. i think that that would seal up his legacy, feel good about it. but he's not going to let anyone take away from his belief that
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he had the best administration ever. >> not at the cost of his own legacy. >> no. >> which you say he was a likeable president, speaking of likability, new a.p. poll shows for the most part a lot of people don't like donald trump, don't like ted cruz. is that a problem -- >> don't like hillary clinton. they don't like any of them. this is an a.p. poll yesterday. cruz -- i thought it was a very high number. 59% unfavorables among registered voters. registered voters, not certainly any one party. he's not really a nationally known figure. he's really now in the last couple of months been a national name. i thought that number was high. hillary clinton's at 55% unfavorables. that's high, and she'll probably stay around 50% through the election. but donald trump's numbers continue to get worse for him. if he cares about that. he's at 69% unfavorable. seven in ten americans saying they are not favorable. that was every category. men and women, young, old, conservative, moderate, liberal. the south, and non-college educated. the majority saying they're
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unfavorable. >> even -- even when it goes to the general election, even if they don't like the candidates, somebody's got to win. >> that's right. so donald trump is able to win 35% no matter what. even in wisconsin where he lost to ted cruz, he's still got that core of 35%. going forward in a general election, does it spell electoral disaster? not necessarily if everybody's so unlikable, there has to be one winner. >> likeable enough? dana perino, thank you very much for being here. >> thank you. >> i saw you last night, you're all over the place. >> good to see you. >> thank you. heather -- >> watch her today on "the five." heather has the headlines. hope you're off to a great day. take a look. this is not the filming of a big-budget action movie. it's a crazy car chase through l.a. take a look. >> hey! [ screams ] >> it started when two burglary suspects tore through tinseltown in a blue mustang, grabbing the attention of police. officers chasing him for nearly two hours. this only seems to happen in
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l.a. they weaved dangerously in and out of traffic, then at one point they stop and do these doughnuts in the middle of the road. the chase finally dime an end in south l.a., where witnesses greeted them with hugs and handshakes. they even snapped a few selfies with the guys until cops put them under arrest. now they're off to the pokey. turning now some extreme weather. several suspected tornadoes wreaking havoc in florida, georgia, and alabama. a nightmare of a scene in clearwater, florida, as lightning turns a black sky bright orange. in the north, north of there, in new port richey, folks left picking up the pieces after storms tore through neighborhood. parts of homes left mangled and scattered on lawns. a similar looking mess hundreds of miles away in maryland. a windstorm knocking shingles off roofs and uproot something trees. the newest member of "sesame street" crew, a 6-year-old afghan girl. hoping to promote female empowerment in that country.
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okay. >> who can this be? >> thank you, elmo. today i'm excited to be here. >> yay! >> good luck with that. there are about -- they're about 1,000 years too late. show executives hope zahri's confidence and inquiz tisk nature will engage young afghan girls -- inquisitive nature will engage young afghan girls. a man seen beating a college student then taking off with her car. came to a screeching halt when a mother found out her daughter was involved and tipped off police. >> i said, this is not how i raised my kid. this is not how i raised. that happen, they need to get arrested. >> good for her. all five were arrested by police. they're still looking for one more suspect. those are the headlines. i'll see you back this a bit. >> thank you. coming up on this friday, the boycotts and bans over north carolina's religious freedom law continue to pile on.
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now even nba legend charles bark she chi-- barkley is chiming in. wait until you hear what sir charles wants to happen. and our friend pete hegseth has served in the middle east, guantanamo bay, and now has taken to the sky with the u.s. army golden knights. there he is in the yellow.
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trent harmon! trent harmon! [ applause ] ♪ >> he wins tonight!
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la porsche is our runner-up. >> with that, trent harmon becomes the last "american idol" winner in the show's 15-season history. was bittersweet. quite an ending as the final episode of "american idol" comes to a close. >> let's step into the "fox light" with fox senior vice president of marketing, michael tamera, who was there for the action during the season finale. live from hollywood. hello, michael. >> hello. >> yes, good morning, guys. last night capped off the series finale of the iconic "american idol" series. it certainly did not disappoint new york stock exchange case you missed it, here's some highlights and some exclusive scenes from last night's big show. ♪ >> "american idol" closed the last chapter in its singing competition, bringing more than 60 past winners and finalists back to fill the dolby stage with a night of celebration. >> it was magnetic seeing that
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you will firepower of vocal insanity in one place. >> there were so many times where i was standing there frozen thinking about, remembering the first audition from some of the contestants and seeing them now. especially carrie and la toya and jennifer hudson. it was such a wonderful celebration. >> the winner of "american idol" season 15 is trent harmon! >> also a night to crown the last champ, 29-year-old trent harmon became the big winner. >> instead of being so excited, it was strange. you know, i so much dekpre decompression left my body. like i got to relax for the first time in the year. >> it was a testament to how strong trent got in the last few weeks. la porsche was -- she was always phenomenal from the beginning. trent, i think the show sometimes is about seeing the evolution as well. we love to see that. and i think we saw it in spades with trent. >> over the 15 seasons, more than one million hopeful contestants tried out in 46 cities. many went on to record albums,
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scoring 459 billboard number ones, 250 million itune downloads, and created several superstars including carrie underwood, kelly clarkson, and dautry. other highlights include season one co-host brian dunkelplan revisiting the stage. william hgung. and paula abdul, randy jackson, and the infamous simon cowell reunited. >> crazy man. a lot of tears, people sad. it was amazing that simon showed up. we didn't think he was going to. >> i shed some tears because it meant a lot. you know, i was very, very blessed and fortunate to -- and beyond grateful that i was part of it from day one. ♪ >> in the end, the groundbreaking show sang its last night leaving a lasting and historic mark on the show forever. >> you really get to see what
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impact "american idol" has had on the music industry over the last 15 years. >>"idol" is a machine that pumps out superstars. i'm just blessed to be age to have that opportunity to maybe go be one. ♪ >> all good things must come to an end. and social media is all a twitter from last night because of high ryan seacrest signed off, saying as he has for the last 15 seasons, as always, from hollywood good night for now. leaving open the suggestion that possibly "idol" will return in the near future. >> whoa! >> we heard that, too. yeah. >> interesting stuff. all right. leaving the door open. >> great show. made a lot of people famous. a lot of dreams came true because of that. >> thank you very much. now come home. >> next flight out. coming up, i've served in the middle east, guantanamo bay. and now i'm taking to the sky with the u.s. army gold knights. that's next. >> you did it!
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well, when we first meet as an army major -- >> he is adding something in to the resume. sky diver. >> oh. reluctantly, that's right. i have been to iraq and afghanistan, guarded the guys at guantanamo bay. >> look at you. >> but one place i have never been -- notice i'm always on the ground in the photos, with the u.s. army golden knights. take a look at this.
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>> [ bleep ]. >> this ground pounding soldier is about to fly. but first, some basic training. >> i never decided on anything like this before. >> i got mine with tandem instructor staff sergeant jonathan lopez at the golden knights winter training facility in homestead, florida. >> have you done this before? >> this is my first time for today. for today. >> oh, first time today. how many times have you done it total? >> i have over 3,000. >> turns out we're not jumping alone today. we have got major general snow. and captain red. what's better than jumping with a general. you know you're getting the treatment. >> major general jeffrey snow is part of the recruiting command and the golden knights are a key part in helping the army meet its recruiting mission. >> it is truly about connecting the united states army with the american people. >> the elite parachute team show cases the talents at competitions and with
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demonstrations at football games and air shows and occasionally making a jump with a well-known passenger. >> mr. president. >> there are 89 men and women who make up the golden knights team. 93% of them have combat experience. one of the coolest things about this, you're not just a professional jumper. you're a soldier. staff sergeant. been in the army how many years? >> ten years in the army, six as an infantry men. >> i was in baghdad in 2008. >> there's no one else i'd rather be than with a staff sergeant. >> fellow infantry man -- >> how high will we be more or less from these jumps? >> 13,500 feet. roughly about two miles. over two miles. can you imagine -- at 120 mile per hour without getting a speeding ticket? it's great. >> so the real question is how are you feeling? >> not as confident as the good general i'll tell you that. >> i know that guy.
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>> we are seconds away from jumping out of the airplane. all i can say is two things. holy [ bleep ]. i'm glad they're army guys. ♪ >> holy cow. these guys are totally freaking pros. what an amazing expeenss on a beautiful day. the general and i land safe and sound. >> awesome. >> what did you think? >> i thought it was absolutely incredible. i looked back at you right before i jumped. this man, cool as a cucumber. i think you started crying the time you left and you were
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screaming with a sheer look of terror on your face. >> should i deny all of that? >> so for my second dive, there would be none of that. and this time, i picked up a few tricks. like the best way to look like a professional. smile. you have done this once. i have two jumps on me now. brian, steve, you guys, you've got to come here. the challenge is on you. golden knights. >> i have absolutely gone up with them years ago. when they open the door and it's your turn -- it's like, okay. >> right. >> yeah. i have jumped with them too. they're great. >> you did? >> the guys who jumped president bush jumped me. so i felt like i was in good hands. how many jumps under your belt? he said thousands. he said don't pay a hundred bucks and jump with some hippie.
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but i felt -- i was in good hands. >> she made it look -- >> you did great. >> it was great. gold golden knights are fantastic. >> they are. we have a lot more "fox & friends." will somebody else jump out of an airplane? we have two hour, stick around. when they thought they should westart saving for retirement.le then we asked some older people when they actually did start saving. this gap between when we should start saving and when we actually do is one of the reasons why too many of us aren't prepared for retirement. just start as early as you can.
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good morning. it's friday, it's april 8, 2016. i'm ainsley earhardt. we start with this. a fox news alert. the hunt is on for this man on the right side of your screen on the bicycle after a freshman dance student was found dead in the creek at the university of texas. we have the latest on the search for her killer. and do donald trump's detractors even know what they're fighting against? >> what has he done that makes him a racist? >> listen to how he talks. >> he wants to deport people who aren't like him. >> sounds smart. well, we'll hear from the people protesting outside his rallies and see who's really standing in the crowd. and here's something you don't hear from democrats every
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day. them going after black lives matter protesters. >> you are defending the people who killed the lives you say matter. tell the truth. >> okay, there's bill clinton yesterday on his wife's behalf, but is he doing more harm than good for hillary? we'll tuck about that. live from new york city, this is "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ run if you want to, run around the world ♪ there you see hillary clinton on the subway. >> she made it. >> she did. but it was after a metro meltdown. a complete subway fail when she was trying to get on. at 161st street. she hasn't ridden the subway in decades, and she wanted to appear authentic. but she had a subway fail. she just could not make the
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thing work -- the subway metro pass. >> tried five times, didn't work. we'll send steve down to see how many times it takes him to get on the subway. >> pressure is on. >> i will do it at the conclusion. here she is, watch. one. two. three. we'll take a live camera to see how -- hear that noise. how often this happens to actual new yorkers. >> you know what? somebody in the campaign thought this was a really great image. it has completely backfired. >> maybe she should have practiced? >> maybe a real trip -- do you know how long she was on the subway? one stop. clearly for utility. >> heather has some headlines for us. >> so embarrassing when that happens. it doesn't happen too often. but all the people behind you oh, boy. good morning. i have a serious story right now. police are hunting for this man who was seen rising the bike on the campus of the university of texas in austin just two hours
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after 18-year-old freshman haruka weiser was last seen alive. her death sent shock waves through the community. >> as parent this is my worst nightmare. the unimaginable brutality against haruka is an attack on the entire family. law enforcement is doing everything they can to bring the perpetrator of this heinous crime to justice. >> hundreds gathering on campus for an emotional memorial. haruka a dance student was last seen leaving the arts building around 9:30 p.m. on sunday night. she never made it to her dorm room and her roommates called police the next morning. her body was found in a creek on campus. another manhunt this one for a murderer who escaped a psychiatric facility in washington state. anthony garver is considered extremely dangerous. you can see him right here, back in 2013 with a woman he's accused of killing. cops say he cut her throat and then stabbed her more than 20 times. he bought a bus ticket to
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spokane on wednesday night. he went to his parent's house before then taking off. garver and another patient, mark alexander, escaped through a loose window this week. alexander was captured after he boarded a bus and asked how to get to the airport. the pope released the long awaited document on family values. pope francis reaffirming the church's stance against contraception and says gay marriage can't be compared to traditional marriage, but he says that the church should not judge those who fail to live up to the gospels of family life. >> it is go and sin no more, check with your priest, you might not have sinned as bad as you thought. he's changing the approach to what the church used to call objective sin. >> also changes for those who have divorced and communion. talk to your priest about it. the 256 page document does not change the church's doctrine though. former president bill clinton really losing his cool with the black lives matter protesters while stumping for
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his wife in philadelphia. check this out. >> this is what's the matter. i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them out on to the street to murder other african-american children. maybe you thought they were good citizens. she didn't. she didn't. you are defending the people who killed the lives you say matter. tell the truth. >> and you know he's serious once he starts wagging his finger, bill clinton. well, the group was there to protest the statement that hillary clinton made back in 1996 when she refer to underaged kids in jail as quote, super predators. clinton has backpedaled on that comment. glad to hear bill clinton speaking out on that comment. those are your headlines. >> dana perino said the same thing. i agree with him. i'm glad he said it. >> the people on left, slate
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magazine, for example, they say that hillary should fire bill clinton, nobody is doing more damage to her campaign than husband. destructive, when talking about hillary. it also suggests maybe in his heart of hearts he doesn't really want her to win. he wants to be the president there. they say either he doesn't want her to overtake him legacy wise i would imagine or he doesn't want her to repudiate him. regardless, hillary should shut him down. she can't divorce him, but she can fire him. but here's the thing. you know, there's such a fight right now, because hillary clinton has to win her home state, but bernie sanders is surging. so that's why every image you see of hillary clinton has got to be perfect in the next two weeks and that's why yesterday when some genius at the hillary town figured out in brooklyn, okay, let's put her going through the subway. let's hand her a full subway card, metro card. >> brand-new one. >> what happens? it doesn't work the first time, the second time, three, four,
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five, it took her five times to get on the subway. >> i wish i could see the other side of the shot. her face. she's probably increasing anxiety. i think newt gingrich, she's authentically inauthentic. >> come on, maybe you should have practiced it. but no one is buying this. walk upstairs, hillary, get in the motorcade. >> they think they can stage something and look like they're of the people. she hasn't driven in 25 years. >> she doesn't even have her license. i think that was the story. but donald trump, he owns it. he has the private jet behind him at all of his campaign events. >> well, they're trying to present the image she's just like us. >> you have to be real and authentic. that's why people like certain candidates. that's why they don't like the accomplishment. >> here's the key. new yorkers now, now that they have seen her struggling to do that, has she -- as she tries to
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do you think that's a going to help her or hurt her? >> we shall see. >> meanwhile, on the other side, you've got ted cruz who is scrambling in the race on the republican side. he's in third place behind john kasich. i think the latest poll was donald trump is at 52% in which case he would get all the delegates. >> kasich is at 35? >> 25. then ted cruz is at 17. one of the things that is really killing ted cruz is a couple of primaries ago, he was talking about well, donald trump has got new york values. and donald trump turned it around and said, look, new york values are great. ted cruz doubled down on it again yesterday with this comment. watch. >> well, you know, i think people across new york and across the country knew exactly what new york values means and those are the values of liberal democratic politicians who have been hammering this state. >> so then donald trump goes to instagram and he posted video with this response.
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>> everyone understands that the values in new york city focus around money and the media. >> i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york. >> yeah. i mean, donald trump was in that debate was smart to turn it to 9/11. i will say this though. amongst conservatives -- i live in flyover country, i'm not from the east coast. there's a sense that new york values does mean liberal progressive values. it mines elitist, nanny state, secularism. i think that's what's ted cruz is referring to but donald trump has played it well. >> he said it in charleston, south carolina. yeah, a lot of people say i love to visit new york, i could never live there. it's a tough city, but it's part of america. we love this city. it experienced 9/11. when trying to win this state probably not the smartest thing to say. >> but ted cruz stepped in it because he said it revolves around money and media.
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and the irony is ted cruz is now in new york to raise money and get media. >> sure. >> right. >> donald trump, you know, he's the king of all media. politics wise in new york. and that was proven a couple of nights ago. he had a great big rally out in bethpage. david webb, you know him, he's on the channel all the time. he went out to one of the free speech zones to ask some of the protesters oh, you really hate donald trump, right? why do you hate him? which policy don't you like? watch this. >> hey hey, ho-ho, donald trump has got to go! >> honestly, i don't want a racist in office. >> what has he done that makes him a racist? >> listen to how he talks. >> he wants to deport people who aren't like him. >> he's not a socialist like bernie sanders. he's not hillary clinton. >> usa, usa! >> why are you supporting donald
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trump? >> oh, man, come on. he's the man. i mean, seriously. we're going to build a wall, we're going to stop immigration. >> border security is racist according to you? >> it's not that border security is racist, sir. it's the whole, you know, he wants to make mexico pay for the wall. >> he wants to make another country pay for the wall to prevent people from that country coming in to our country illegally. how is that racism. >> he wants a wall, that's the core point because he wants the border to be secured. i wonder whether or not the people in the free speech zone whether that was organized because you notice a number of them had signs. a lot of handwriting looked the same. looked like there was a group -- >> yeah. >> hold the signs up. they're building up a caricature of straw man to knock it down, no doubt. they should talk about, build a wall, great, a plan to pay for it. let's have that discussion. they're trying to paint him as a monster and i think it backfires on them. >> if you say he's a racist and you ask about, and then -- >> you don't know. yeah.
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>> all right. well -- >> thank you, david. >> he does a great job. it's been two years since we started to report on the massive problems at v.a. things must be getting better, right? well, the stunning new details next. and the bans over north carolina's religious freedom law is continuing. wait until you hear what charles barkley thinks the nba should do all the way. allergies distracting you? when your symptoms start... doctors recommend taking ...non-drowsy claritin every day of your allergy season. claritin provides powerful, non-drowsy 24 hour relief... for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you do every day.
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either you're a number or you're a diagnosis. >> how long have you been waiting, sir? >> two years. >> do you feel like the president cares about this scandal at v.a.? >> negative. >> so the issue is not the care, the issue is the wait time -- >> the wait time. >> and the barriers to the care. >> exactly. >> i'm very disappointed. i'm very disappointed.
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coming from the top. i think it should be replaced. >> here we are two years after news of the deadly wait list scandal rocks the v.a. and supervisors ordered information about patient wait times to be falsified at facilities in at least seven states. so is the v.a. still hurting our heroes years later? joining us is vice president for legislative action at veterans, thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> all this focus on the v.a., yet we're seeing manipulation which is where the scandal started. how is this happening? >> it come down to the lack of one thing, that's something you and i have talked about a lot the last two years. that is a complete lack of accountability. i'm here in phoenix, arizona, this morning where the scandal began. as of today, not one person here in phoenix has been fired for the secret wait lists and the wait lists on which 293 veterans died. so not one person has been fired.
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so when you can't get fired for not doing your job, there's no incentive to do the right thing and there's no incentive not to do the wrong thing. and that's why we're still getting these stories two years later and sadly the current leadership at the v.a. is not interested in instilling more accountability in the broken agency. >> whistle-blowers still being targeted, fraudulent employees still being protected. is there legislation on the horizon? the v.a. accountability act comes to mind. it did pass the house, so why is it stalled in the senate? >> mitch mcconnell the majority leader won't bring it up for vote and then the senate v.a. chairman committee member senate isaacson has refused as well. >> why? why would they not bring a bill up for a vote. it seems like common sense to the american people. >> what they want to do is pass an easy bill. they want to do the easy thing and senator isaacson is putting out an omni bus bus, it sounds great, but they don't fix the
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problem. it will be great to talk about it on the campaign trail, but not going to fix the problem. we hope senator isaacson does the right thing and advances the v.a. accountability ability, but sadly it doesn't look like it will happen right now, pete. >> looking at this thing, generally, who's the blame for this? how can we be two years -- is it the white house, the congress, the v.a., unions? special interest groups? what's really preventing true reform from coming to the v.a., which everyone knows is needed. >> well, sadly, you named a lot of people there. the house of representatives did a great job. you had chairman miller from florida doing a great job as house v.a. chairman. you have members like democrats like out here in arizona doing the right thing. the house is doing is a good job. the senate is moving way too slowly like they normally do which is why a lot of people unfortunately are mad at the senate and congress. but you're right. you have special interests and you have people who we have concerned -- at concerned veterans for america we call them truthers. they say that the v.a. scandal is not as bad as it is made out,
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and that includes hillary clinton and bernie sanders and now some veteran groups, many whom in 2014 were banging the table about this and screaming at the top of their lungs trying to say it's not that big of a deal. and all those special interests and all those people are coming together and they're blocking real reform and real progress on that issue. >> v.a. truthers. i think that's an important phrase no doubt. here we are, two years later. people still denying that it is actually happening. marine dan caldwell, thank you for keeping up the fight. we're hoping eventually progress can be made at the v.a. thanks. >> thank you, pete. all right, coming up a woman on the operating table, so what are her doctors doing? making fun of her. how did she know? she hid a recording device. there's so much to discuss here. that's why we're up next with dr. siegel. i take these out...
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>> thank you so much. well, a texas woman is outraged this morning by what she heard after she hid a recording device in her hair and then she taped the medical staff at a texas hospital during her surgery. listen. >> she's handful. she had some choice words for us in the clinic when we didn't book her case in two weeks. >> really? >> i'm going to call a lawyer and file a complaint. [ laughter ] >> does that seem like the thing to say to the person who's doing your surgery? >> they went on to make fun of her weight. so is this the way to treat a patient? of course not. did doctors have a defense in this case? we'll ask dr. marc siegel of the medical a-team. what was your reaction when you saw this? >> by the way, ethel easter is her name. she said she'd never call a lawyer, but that no with standing i think we have to have compassion for sick people. when someone is facing an operation they tend to be
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stressed out and get nervous. they don't like waiting. we physicians have an obligation have to be prepared for that and not take it up on the patient. >> she had a hernia. >> exactly. i'm not sympathetic to the doctors at all. besides compassion, i think medical errors are much more likely to occur when people are being sarcastic. we want our surgeons to be in the game here. there's 200,000 deaths in the hospitals per year due to complications of surgery. that's the third leading cause of death in the united states. sarcasm no place for it. surgeons are variable in terms of how much skill they have. but in terms of cognition and focus and less errors occur if you're not making fun of the patient. >> sometimes your hands are tied. you have to go with the doctor you're given. there might be one doctor that does this surgery for her. some people said, why didn't she change doctors because there were red flags for this. she didn't have that option. >> they were making fun of her belly button, calling her
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precious, a racial tinge to this. this totally inexcusable. by the way, a lot of patients want know what's going on in the operation because they might think there's a complication that occurs that they're not being told. >> right. right. >> people can be awake during anesthesia. you better watch out if you're a surgeon. we don't know more of this, we need less of this. surgeons do all kinds of different things in the o.r. some play music. that's good. some talk. it's okay to be relaxed during an operation, but do not make fun of the patient. you should not be in there. that's against the hippocratic oath. >> the red flags are when the doctors yelled at her before the surgery and put notes in her file. that's when she thought i'm going to put this in my hair. she listens to these conversations and then -- she hasn't decided whether or not there's going to be a lawsuit. >> well, i'm not going to advise her on that, but get another
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surgeon. if you have to put taped devices in your hair which you're entitled to do, get another surgeon. plenty of people out there doing hernia surgery. >> what is your message to dock torn? >> be kind to patients. they're sick, you have a hernia, you're in pain, don't act out against them. >> good to see you. it's the best video you will see all day. a little baby gets glasses and sees his mother for the very first time. >> smile. >> hi. hi, sweet boy. >> oh, the story behind that video is straight ahead. then hillary clinton can't seem to figure out the subway. can our own steve doocy figure it out? stay with us. we'll send him down. >> that's right. ainsley, i'm here at 42nd and broadway. how hard is it? i'm about to find out. and i'm going to ask new yorkers about what they thought of that
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but took her a little while. >> yeah. how difficult is that? you know, for new yorkers and non-new yorkers alike. look at this, mr. doocy, where do you happen to be right now? >> that's right. right now, i'm in the times square stop at 42nd. let's just watch the folk, see if -- how many times it takes them to go through. good morning, ma'am. how are you? >> she's on the phone. >> that only took her one time. >> on the phone too. >> she's looking for her -- okay. one time for her. one time for her. okay. one time for each of them. keep -- they're kind -- we were just thinking, maybe what hillary did because she hasn't ridden the subway since 1993, maybe she actually took it and she was expecting the turnstile first one on him -- first one on him. maybe she was expecting the turnstile to pop open and so she essentially drained the card by going five times. see how this guy does right here. got the card out. >> there we go. >> first one.
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>> one. >> all in the wrist. >> i love that no one has paid attention to you, steve. new yorkers are like, we have to get to work. we have places, things to do. >> that's right. people are very busy and they're going to work. this is the reverse commute here at times square, people here are coming from the outer boroughs and they work down here. i'm going to ask the next person who comes in if they have seen the video with hillary and what they thought. >> right now, steve -- >> they're 10 for 10. >> yeah. >> first time. >> good morning. he's busy, all right. every single person has gotten through on the first time. here's a guy with a superman hat on. can i ask you a quick question? >> i don't speak english. >> okay. it happens. >> let's see -- excuse me, before you swipe in. how are you? >> fine, how are you? >> fine. did you see hillary try to swipe in yesterday? >> no. >> it took her five times so we
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want to see how many times it takes you. took you once. okay. very good. [ laughter ] here goes somebody else. hi, can i ask you a question? >> sure. >> did you see hillary yesterday take five times to swipe in? >> i did, yes. >> what did you think about that? >> questionable at best. >> do you think she was -- she was trying to look like she does it all the time. but did that -- was that the ultimate result? >> clearly not, no. >> will it change the way she votes? >> now, the pressure is on you right now. let's see how you do. better do it -- okay. perfect, thank you very much. every single person who has been here has gotten in on one swipe. now, of course for me to do this, and say, hey, everybody gets in on one swipe, let me try it as well. keep in mind i don't do this very often. ♪ >> oh! one time. >> good job. >> go ahead and jump over the turnstile, you won't get in trouble. good morning.
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>> come on back, steve. >> can i ask you a question? >> clearly you brought in a dozen professional swipers to make that happen. i can't believe it could be that easy. >> oh, do you think so? >> you just wasted $2.75. >> $2.50. i'm going to put in for it. left's see how -- let's see how the guy does. >> well done. monitoring the turnstile. >> everybody got through on the first time. heather, do you ever take the subway? >> i certainly do. i usually get through. he should ask for some hugs like brian kilmeade does. see how that goes over. all right, good morning to you all of you. i hope you're off to the great day. i have a couple of news headlines. we'll start with this. former nba star charles barkley known for his outspoken comments on a variety of issues, he is now the latest celebrity to join the boycott over north carolina's religious freedom law. he's calling on the league next year to move the all-star game out of north carolina, saying he's against any form of
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discrimination. well, this new law prevents transgendered people from using the bathrooms of their choice. what do you think about that? and faith under fire in california. a federal judge rules that putting a cross on the l.a. county seal is unconstitutional because it quote, places the country's power behind a single religion. the original 1957 seal included a cross floating above the hollywood bowl. it was removed in 2004 after the aclu threatened to sue the county -- the county voted to add it back in 2012, but a number sued. and the judge ruled in their favor. well, where are this guy's priorities? look at what's behind that buckled seat belt. australian police pull a guy over for driving with a couple of cases of beer safely secured in the seat, but get this. the children in the car were left unbuckled. the kids included a baby, less
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than a year old. and they were sitting in the footwell. you know in the back seat. and lying across people's laps. that driver is now charged without -- well, for driving without a license and for having unrestrained kids in the car. ainsley, don't do that. you're a new mom. don't do that. a tear jerking moment caught on camera. a baby sees his mom for the very first time. >> smile. >> hi, sweet boy. hi, sweet boy. >> oh, that is the sweetest thing. that is 4-month-old leo. he suffers from a rare disorder that affects the color of his skin and hair and affects his ability to see clearly. leo's dad had trouble recording the moment because he got so emotional. easy to see why. what beautiful little face and smile. love the babies. >> that's my favorite story. really nice. >> so sweet. amazing. let's hand it over to maria molina, weather for your
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weekend. >> hey, good morning. we're going to be talking about snow across northeast for this weekend but first let's talk about pollen levels. last week we brought you your forecast across the nation and today let's talk about kansas city because out there, we do have elevated pollen levels. you could be suffering with some allergies if this does affect you. in philadelphia, levels are a little bit lower but they are going to drop even more as we head into saturday. that's because of the system that will be bringing ini some snow across parts of the northeast. we had heavy rain across new england and behind it, now we have some snow showers. in parts of pennsylvania, and also across new york state. coming up as we head into this weekend, the clipper system will be swinging through parts of the great lakes and through ohio and also in mid-atlantic, producing several inches of snowfall and some areas can see up to a foot of snow, especially in the higher elevations in west virginia. current temperatures behind the front, a lot colder out there. 34 in chicago. 32 in cleveland. and as we head into this
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victoria's secrets. the world famous catalog is no more. >> no! >> no. the company saying it no longer drives sales and as a result, the company is cutting 200 jobs. forever making trips to the mailbox a little less interesting. and this former angel left her job three years ago and she is finally saying why? heather herrington said she quit after the company said to lose weight. she was working out twice a day, but it wasn't enough. over to you. >> if that's not enough, she looks that good, my goodness. all right. well, listen to this story. one texas school getting off on the wrong foot with parents this week. bear branch elle -- elementary school has restricted parents from picking up kids if they're on foot. wendy jarman is joining us this morning after she pulled her kids out of the school. >> thank you for having me. >> you're welcome. why can't parents walk on to the school and pick up their kids? >> well, this year, policy was
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put in place by the principal that does not allow any parent to walk their kids out of the school or on school property. >> why? what's the point of that? >> we have again given several different conflicting reasons. the main reason they say is safety. although as as far as i know, no child has ever been hurt. but we have actually been given quite a few different reasons. >> okay. so i want to talk about what you did as a result, but first, let me read the statement from the school because we want to be fair. we did reach out to the school. they sent us this statement. they didn't say why. i assume it is safety, but they said no parent has been arrested for wanting to pick up their child and walk home. there are a handful of parents who have chosen to walk their child home from school with the understanding that walkers are dismissed after the car rider line. so the superintendent is saying, you can come on to campus to pick up your kids, however, you have to wait until the car or
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the buss have left. at my school that would have taken 30 or 45 minutes. >> it's more like an hour to go through -- for the car rider line. because it's so extensive. >> so what was your reaction? what did you do? >> i never fought the rule. i didn't like the rule. i never fought it. so we tried the car rider line, it didn't work for my two boys. they have been riding the bus, but -- we live five minutes from the school. the school gets out at 3:25 and often, they not getting home until 4:30 or 5:00. and at that point, they haven't eaton since 11:00 which is their lunch time. they're starving. there's no air conditioning on the bus, they're hot and grouchy. it just wasn't a good situation for my kids. >> what your dowing now? >> i pulled them out on monday and put them in private school. i'm now paying private school tuition for my kids and still paying my property taxes. >> how do you feel about all of this? >> it makes me sad. i love that school. i have had kids there for 16
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years. and i love the staff, i love the teachers. it just makes me really, really sad to see what's happening this year. >> what's going on there with the principal? >> yes, it's a new principal that joined the staff this year. >> and what's the reaction from other parents that you have been in touch with and that you have known for all these years? >> they're sad too, but there's a lot of outrage. they have -- you know, frank young was actually cited by the police under the penal code and threatened that if he steps foot on any property he will be arrested and under the penal code that is up to six months in jail and heavy fines. >> wow. >> that's scary. >> so for parents who can't afford private schools, they're just at a loss here. they have to follow the rules. one parent, he said he did try to walk on campus. he got a trespassing warning and then he got a warning he'll get arrested if he does it again. >> yes. yes. >> wow. >> actually, quite a few
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parents. >> hopefully there's a compromise. >> i hope. so. >> thank you so much, wendy. >> let us know what you think at home. you have been listening to this story at home. we'll read those later in the show. coming up, melissa mccarthy returns to the big screen as "the boss." >> i wanted to come down on the golden phoenix and i sure as [ bleep ] did it. >> so is the movie worth seeing? kevin mccarthy will review the movie and tell us his thoughts. in 1978 on this day in history, the bee gees "night fever" was number one on the charts. remember this song? ♪ (two text tones) now? (text tone) excuse me. (phone tone)
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all right. meanwhile, two new films breaking into the box office this weekend. stuff you can go watch tonight. >> that's right. here to help you decide what to see is founder of nerdtears.com kevin mccarthy. good morning. >> hey, kevin. >> good morning to you guys. thanks for having me on today. always a pleasure and an honor to be on your show. how are you today? >> great. glad it's friday. >> exactly. a bunch of movies are coming out, including "the boss" as you mentioned before the break. this stars melissa mccarthy, she plays a self-made millionaire. she's considered the 47th wealthiest woman in america and she ends up getting in trouble for insider trading, and goes to
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jail. it's written by ben falcone who is melissa mccontactarthy's husn real life. a very funny actor and director as well. the movie itself, melissa mccarthy is hilarious, she nails the role. the problem is that the movie struggles to find a good, consistent, funny tone to it. there's a lot of moments when the jokes do fall flat. i love peter dinklage from "game of thrones" but his character did nothing for me. i just found myself laughing at times and then really hearing crickets in the theater at times. overall it does work consistently for her character. but i gave it 2 1/2 out of 5. i will say this, it's nowhere near as good as "bridesmaid" but much better than identity thief and tammy and the heat. one of the best scenes in the film by the way, a funny moment where she wears a hilarious dental device.
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i have no idea what this thing is. but she wears it in the film. you can see a video of it here. i asked her how that scene came about. it's very funny. watch this. >> was the teeth thing real? >> yes. yes. that's a real device. you know who i saw that -- i stole that -- chris henchy works on our movie. he was one of the producers and his wife, brooke shields, sent a picture of him at the dentist. it blew my mind. what's in her mouth? she's at the dentist. >> that's amazing. >> said i literally going to get that. so thank you. >> if you ever had brace, you know what that feels like. that's the worst. >> let's brace for the next review. the other movie is "demolition." >> yeah. this is a new film starring jake gyllenhaal. basically the character is struggling with the passing of his wife, his wife dies in a car crash while he's in the car. but the problem is that he doesn't miss her whatsoever. that's the issue of the -- that
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the character is going through. wondering why i don't miss my wife. it's actually a struggle of the character. trying to pull his life apart and put it back together and find out what he's been missing. it stars also naomi watts. he's a great performer in this film, in this -- i gave it 3 in 1/2 out of 5. he's better than the actual movie. see "midnight special" see "dead pool." the movies this week are so-so overall. >> very good. kevin, thank you. >> always good to see you. >> have a wonderful weekend. >> you too. coming up, bill o'reilly and geraldo. they're going toe to toe over ted cruz and the so-called new york values. >> why -- >> why did trump say david duke was a bad guy? >> liberal, free spending -- >> anti-semitic business is bull. >> who won? we'll ask geraldo when he joins us live. >> this guy's marriage is off to
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good morning. it is friday, it's april 8th. it's 2016. as you know, i'm ainsley earhardt. here is something that you don't hear from democrats too often. them going after black lives matters. >> you are defending the people who killed the lives you say matter. tell the truth. >> is bill clinton doing more harm than good for his wife? meanwhile, geraldo rivera calls ted cruz anti-semitic and bill o'reilly calls that argument bull.
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>> trust me, you'll see it later. then i have been to iraq, afghanistan, and guantanamo bay but one place i have never been while serving in the army, the open sky until now. we are seconds away from jumping out of the airplane. all i can say is two things -- holy [ bleep ]. and i'm glad they're army guys. >> oh, man. stick around to see what it takes to be part of the elite parachute team. the u.s. army's golden knights. i don't know if i had what it takes. >> you did. you always do. >> mornings are always better with "friends." ♪ yeah, bad boy, bad boy, yesterday we told you about the dog that got into the owner's calligraphy kit. and -- wow. it's everywhere. >> ew. >> what do you do if your house is like that? >> look at this, amazing. >> apparently you can get it
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out. we'll show you how to remove stains like that. there's the dog. >> bad boy. >> can't be mad at that. >> yeah, you can. >> for just a few minutes. not for a long time. >> dogs and calligraphy. >> they don't know. >> let's hand it over to heather and who has a few dogs at home. >> dogs and kids. i'm so excited about this stain removal segment. i'll take notes. good morning. i hope you're off to a good friday. an intense manhunt under way for a murderer who escaped from the psych facility in washington state. anthony garver considered extremely dangerous. here he is back in 2013 with the woman he is accused of killing. cops say he cut her throat and stabbed her more than 20 times. he bought a bus ticket to spokane on wednesday night where he went to his parent's house before he ran off. garver and another patient mark alexander escaped through a loose window on wednesday. alexander was captured after boarding a bus and asking how to get to the airport. well, what was supposed to
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be a short trip quickly turned into a robin crusoe style ordeal in the pacific ocean. check this out. >> help! help! >> well, we remember that one. three men this time were stranded on the island of chuuk i guess it's called for three days. they took their inspiration from the movie "cast away" and used palm leaves to spell out the word help. it worked. a u.s. navy plane spotted the message and rescued them. nice job. don't know how they got there. we're still trying to work out the details on th. talk about a rocky start to the engagement. a guy gets stuck climbing a 600-foot cliff. right after he proposed to his girlfriend. he had just scaled morrow rock in california to ask his girlfriend to marry him live on space time, but he got stuck on the way down. the helicopter crew had to pull the poor guy to safety. as for the real cliffhanger she
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said yes. >> what's scarier, getting married or that? >> i'm not sure. good question. the pope released the long awaited document on family values. pope francis reaffirming the church's stance against contraception and saying that gay marriage cannot be compared to traditional marriage. but he also says that the church should not judge those who fail to live up to the gospel's ideals of family life. listen. >> it is go and sin no more, but check with your priest first. he seems to be trying to change the church's approach to those who find themselves in what the church used to call objective sin. >> amen to that the 256-page document does not change the church's doctrine, but it does allow the -- well, does open up the possibility to allow divorced catholics to receive communion. i hope i'm not in trouble with father jonathan. a lot of people weighed in on this. >> that's right. this is kind of the pope's vision going forward. we asked you what you thought and bubba wrote, i believe as a
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catholic married man that everyone deserves the eucharist as god intended. meaning everyone is welcome. >> and maria says the pope is wrong. well, says maria. we were taught that marrying someone divorced is wrong and there are several sacraments we cannot participate. if he wants to bring them back to the sacraments, make the annulments easier to get. >> how long diseaoes it take? >> it's a complicated process, it takes a lot of money and time. >> thanks, heather. meanwhile, bill clinton was out stumping for his wife. she's got to win in pennsylvania. there he is down in philly yesterday. and there were a number of black lives protesters who for instance, one of them held up a sign that said bill clinton's crime bill in 1994 destroyed our communities regarding the three strikes, expanded life in prison and building a bunch of prisons. well, bill clinton took exception to that.
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and he pivoted from the prepared remarks and he really went after black lives matter. watch. >> this is what's the matter. i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them out on the street to murder other african-american children. maybe you thought they were good citizens. she didn't. she didn't. you were defending the people who killed the lives you say matter. tell the truth. >> he was frustrated. he was in the middle of the speech and then you have the hecklers in there. he says -- you know, hold on a minute. you know? let me respond to this. let me finish. dana perino was on the couch with us earlier and she agreed with him. is he hurting hillary by saying things like that? >> he represents the old democratic party, they were pro
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law enforcement. and now they're clashing with bernie sanders and anti-cop movement, black lives matter. >> both clintons have changed their opinion about the crime bill. meanwhile, geraldo rivera normally joins us on the couch, but he's in the nation's capital. you'll find out why in a moment. we saw you going at it with bill o'reilly over ted cruz and new york values. we're going to play this for folks and then get you to do some splaining. stand by. >> i think that he's going to get routed in new york and deservedly so. aside from the stinking anti-semitic implications i see in the whole new york values money and media coded message that he put out there, pandering to those iowa voters, hear me out, he also voted against hurricane sandy relief. he also voted against compensation for the 9/11 victims. his interests are antithetical to new york. he's going to get routed.
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>> sandy, i can understand. look, rivera, i have lived here my whole life, as have you. if he said new york values to a bunch of evangelicals it's not anti-semitic. he is pointing to de blasio, to cuomo, to these -- >> why didn't he say that? he could have very easily -- >> because he said -- >> he could have very easily -- >> why didn't trump say david duke was a bad guy? he did -- >> -- liberal, free spending. >> anti-semitic business is bull. >> so geraldo, why are you saying ted cruz is anti-semitic? >> i mean, what do we need? first of all, good morning. i'm so sorry i'm not with you, my beloved team. >> great to -- >> bill clinton was right in that confrontation with black lives matter. but in terms of this ted cruz situation, and new york values, when you say new york values money and media, what do you need really before you get to the caricature of what this man, the coded message, the dog
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whistle he's trying to send? what do you need, a cartoon with someone with a big nose? from another era? this was designed to bring to the heartland the negative impression of greedy new yorkers trying to take money out of people's pockets and i think the association is indelible and undeniable. and i don't -- you can explain it, there's a million ways to put down socialism and liberalism and excessive government spending and welfare state that you can say it in a way that doesn't imply that it's talking about a particular -- >> is that why he went to the jewish community center after that? or why he's very pro israel? i don't understand, he said many, many times that when he talks about new york values he's talking about progressives and elites and the nanny states and the secularism. >> and certain politicians. >> where do you get anti-semitism from that? i don't read that out of the
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message. >> what you say in the matzo factory in brooklyn is different than what you say in iowa. that commercial in iowa was designed to convey two messages. one was that trump did not -- was not legit, that whatever trump was saying now he believed something else because he was from new york. the other message was, what new york values represent is something that's very, very different from the evangelical tradition of the iowa voters to whom cruz was addressing his message. and i submit to you having now been in public life a half a century that i know a coded message when i see one. and i'm not alone in this regard. i noticed that other commentators now are flocking to my banner to defend me so to speak. but i think that you can't do that. you can't be slick and okay, i'm going to slip this one in there and the new york --
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>> regardless of what he meant i'm sure he regrets saying it. >> i would hope so. >> i bet ted cruz responds later today. meanwhile, why is geraldo in washington? >> why are you? >> you know, i -- as the war correspondent for fox news for so many years, i made associations with people in the military, in some exigent circumstances where our destiny was at stake, following 9/11, one of the great men i met, i notice that pete was jumping with the knights. the 82nd airborne, he had a brigade in 2003. john f. campbell, i follow him, i call him america's spartan and i have followed him throughout his career. take a look. >> repeat after me. i -- state your name.
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>> i jonathan campbell. >> the man of the hour, general john f. campbell was sworn in by john mcqueue as vice chief of staff at the ceremony attended by pentagon brass, several war correspondents who followed campbell's incredible career and his loving family. he received his fourth star. no serving officer has advanced so far, so fast in decades. >> so we have a general officer who started the war as a colo l colonel, and now the war not quite over, two wars not quite over, will leave as a four-star general. that represents many different things. one is he will never forget about the soldiers he's led in combat or forget about the sacrifice of the families. he will use that knowledge in order to help us shape the army as we go forward. >> but i just heard from the major general commanding the 101st airborne, john f.
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campbell, they are in bagram air base. >> this is what general campbell writes. >> usa, usa! >> it's a great day. still a lot of work to do here. we remain committed to the mission in afghanistan. we welcome the news of osama bin laden's death. we met then colonel campbell in march of 2003 when he commanded a brigade of the 82nd airborne in kandahar. he was a one-star general guiding ground forces surging into baghdad. we watched him assume command of the legendary 101st airborne in 2009 and surged them back to afghanistan in 2010. the next year, 2011, he got his third star and now in record time, as i said, his fourth. but most on his mind at friday's ceremony, the 245 soldiers of the 101st airborne killed in combat that one awful year in afghanistan.
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>> -- 245 guys i lost in the 101st. we can never forget their sacrifice. so many people forget that. we're still a nation at war. >> you can have your hands full though. i mean, you're facing sequestration. got another war that's not finished yet. you have to take care of the families. how are you going to deal with the challenge? >> it will be a tough road, but we have great leadership to do it and i look forward to the challenge. >> congratulations. >> yes. >> a great patriot and we love you. >> thanks very much. i appreciate it. >> we especially love you. >> typical geraldo right there. >> going for the wife. >> today general campbell retires, unfortunately. now this is my opinion, he ran afoul of president obama. president obama's decision to reduce the force in afghanistan below 10,000, general campbell complained. i believe that was why he's now retiring rather than becoming chairman of the joint chief of
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staffs. >> great soldier. >> we wish him the best. >> what service this man has provided us. i'll be at his retirement ceremony today. >> what a career, what a patriot. thank you. fox news alert. so this man was seen on a bike after a student at the university of texas was found dead. what we've learned, next. this is brad. his day of coaching begins with knee pain, when... hey brad, wanna trade the all day relief of two aleve for six tylenol? what's the catch? there's no catch. you want me to give up my two aleve for six tylenol? no. for my knee pain, nothing beats my aleve.
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everything they can to bring the perpetrator of this heinous crime to justice. >> fear and uncertainty gripping the university of texas at this hour. a freshman found brutally murdered. her killer still out there. >> ktbt tv is live on campus where police have apparently a major lead this morning. nick? >> reporter: all right, good morning to you. and behind me is the wooded area and creek where 18-year-old haruka weiser was found dead. her autopsy shows she was assaulted but has not indicated how she died. she was murdered on campus sunday night. police say this man was also caught on surveillance video near the crime scene around the time haruka was last seen and he is a person of interest. this morning, they're asking for your help. do you know him? take a look at your tv screen. he's described a 6 foot tall black man, he can be seen walking with a pink or red woman's bike.
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the president fenves says his heart breaks for the family and her murder is an attack on the long horn family. >> as a parent this is my worst nightmare. the unimaginable brutality against haruka is is an attack on the entire family. >> as you can imagine, this is taking a toll on the student body. last night, about 1,000 students gathered on campus to remember haruka and honor her life. meantime, the ut tower darkened in honor of haruka. her friends and -- her friends in the dance program are paying tribute to this weekend's dance performances. she was a dance student here and haruka was last seen alive at 9:30 sunday night leaving dance rehearsal. her roommate called the police the next morning to report her missing and her body was found tuesday morning in this wooded creek behind me.
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meantime, police say if anyone knows anything about this suspect or this crime, they're urging people to call police immediately. $15,000 reward is being offered. >> all right. nick, reporting live from austin, texas. thank you. terrible story. coming up, it's been two years since we started to report on the massive problems at the v.a. so things must be getting better, right? wrong. the stunning new details ahead. look at this. look at that, your dog has tracked black ink through the whole house. how do you get it? we have the stain-removing secrets that you might need one day. ♪ (cat meows) flea bites can mean misery for your cat. advantage® ii monthly topical kills fleas through contact. fleas do not have to bite your cat to die. advantage® ii. fight the misery of biting fleas.
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some quick headlines now from the crazy car chase files.
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a couple of burglary suspects leading the lapd around tinseltown for nearly two hours all the while making dangerous moves like doing doughnuts on a rain-slicked highway in their convertible. interesting. the chase came to an end in south l.a. where witnesses greeted them with hugs, hand shakes and selfies as police put them under arrest. a sad indictment of our culture. and a biker caught and arrested after posting video of his 160 mile per hour police chase online that happened four months ago. he was weaving in and out of traffic. wow, look at that. in a highway and through residential streets where the pursuit was then called off. he's charged with evading police and resisting arrest. ainsley? thank you, pete. well, we showed you these pictures yesterday, a husky, a dog, left alone for three hours
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get in the owner's ink sets and left paw prints all over. here to help us is lauren gemahsan, the name of her blog is a mommy in the city. you just moved here. >> yeah. >> we went to the same college. >> same college. same sorority. >> a lot of cus can relate to this story as well. if you have a pet it can happen to you as well. >> i think we have come home and seen and smelled and seen the tracks everywhere of what our dogs do. you want a nanny cam to see what they're doing all day. so in the case of the ink, i can't imagine. >> what do you do? >> so alcohol is wonderful. >> alcohol does the trick? >> yeah. >> so can we test it? >> we can test it. in the case of the dog, ink spilled everywhere, hair spray is the first one to try. the number one ingredient needs
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to be alcohol. a lot have water as the number one ingredient. make sure it's alcohol because alcohol is really going to get the stain out. once you have the ink, you'll spray the hair spray on. you want to spray a lot. >> okay. >> because you want to -- >> crying because there's your new rug. >> carpet, yeah. just blot. never rub. you'll do this a lot. because you want to get all of that ink out. >> right. >> and just keep spraying. if that doesn't work, you can go with the rubbing alcohol, spray it on, dab it off with a cotton ball or a wash cloth. >> eventually, it will come out? >> eventually it will come out. >> really? >> yeah. it will take a -- >> last night you did it and this is the result? >> yeah. >> so throw in the wash -- one thing to know about stains too. heat sets the stain. so when you're washing make sure you wash with cold water. line dry, anything like that. >> our moms taught us that. i remember that. >> yeah. so dab, and just keep dabbing, throw it in the wash.
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keep crying. it will come out. >> how about red wine? >> we have had that happen. drinking a glass of wine, it falls. go ahead. go for it. >> so red wine on your white sofa. >> on the white sofa. first thing to do is grab the club soda and pour it on. don't spray yourself. pour it on. don't get a cloth and dab it on. what we want is the bubbles. >> okay. >> just pour it on there. >> pour it on there. then what you're going to do is grab some table salt and the table salt is going to help -- >> that looks a lot better. >> the table salt is going to help absorb the wine and club soda. let it set for an hour, it will get everything off. throw it in the wash. >> we need to get to ketchup. >> yeah, ketchup, it's the worst. okay, because it does set.
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rather than rub it in, scrape it off. >> scrape it off. >> right. >> then you're going to take it and run water through the back. >> okay. all right. >> like that. then what you'll want to do, throw it in some detergent and cold water. let it soak for about an hour, throw it in the wash, cold water, line dry it. heat sets the stain. >> all right, great. perfect deal. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> tips that we all need. good to see you. >> you too. coming up, "a" is for afghanistan? it is a first for "sesame street" and for your children. we'll explain this coming up straight ahead. and he has served in iraq and afghanistan and he's guarded the bad guys down at guantanamo bay. but here is one thing he's never done -- skydiving. so how did he do when he did try it? stick around. it's really good stuff. 72% of women say they often
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>> you know, isn't -- an hour ago, i was over in times square. every person got it on the same swipe. that had to be a fluke, right? >> i think you brought in professional swipers. >> i'm going to try it again. stand by. >> you do learn after you have taken the subway a good bit, you learn the cadence. you learn the rhythm, how to do it correctly so it becomes easy. we'll check in with steve coming up. he's running out to the subway on the next block in times square. but in the meantime, we hand it over to you. >> heather. >> it's a massive right wing conspiracy. >> it is. >> that's right, that's what it is. good morning, it's been two years since we started reporting on the massive problems at the v.a. so things must be getting better, right? wrong. forcing v.a. patients to wait with standard operating procedure in at least seven states according to new official documents. the report shows that supervisors instructed employers to zero out wait times so there was no way to track how much longer those seeking care waited
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to get it. the v.a. says that 29 employees have been disciplined as a result. but dan caldwell for concerned veterans for america, calls that a slap on the wrist. listen. >> as of today, not one person here in phoenix has been fired for the secret wait list and the wait lists on which 293 veterans died. so when you can't get fired for not doing your job, there's no incentive to do the right thing and sadly the current leadership at the v.a. is not interested in instilling more accountability in the broken agency. >> well, in some cases, scheduled manipulation has been going on for as long as a decade. former nba star charles barkley the latest celebrity to join the boycott over north carolina's so-called transgendered law. barkley calling on the league to move next year's all-star game out of the tar heel state, saying he's against any form of discrimination.
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five teenagers in miami caught on camera beating a college student and then taking off with her car. the joyride came to a screeching halt when one of the suspects -- suspects' mothers found out her daughter was involved and tipped off the police. >> that is not how she was raised and they need to get arrested. >> all five were arrested. police are looking for one more suspect. and "a" is for afghanistan. meet zari, the newest addition to "sesame street." she's a 6-year-old afghan girl. >> thank you, elmo. today i'm so excited to be here. >> yay! >> good luck with that, folks. "sesame street" executives hope her inquizative native will engage young girls in afghanistan, a country where women have very few educational
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opportunities. and another headline to bring you. we have some wild weather coming in overnight and maria molina is here. she's taking a look at it. hi, there. >> good morning. that's right. we have to deal with severe storms across the southeast and heavy rain in new england, all associated with a cold front that's pushed eastward. behind it, we have snow showers across new york state and in pennsylvania. there will be a clipper swinging through the great lakes and the mid-atlantic this weekend that will drop several inches of snowfall out there in some of the higher elevations that could pick up to a foot of snow. behind that front though, it's already colder out there in places like chicago and cleveland where temperatures this morning are only in the 30s. and then as we head into this afternoon, temperatures across the plains are going to be a little bit cooler for some of you. especially in texas and today you're expecting highs in the 70s and low 80s. now let's head over to ainsley and pete. >> thank you, maria. when we first met, this amazing guy, he was an army major and
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this morning you have a new title under your hat. >> just barely. i have been to iraq and up guantanamo bay, but one place i have never been is the open sky. i'm always on the ground in the pictures. take a look at this. >> [ bleep ]. >> this ground pounding soldier is about to fly. but first, some basic training. >> never really tried anything like this before. >> i got mine with tandem instructor staff sergeant jonathan lopez at the winter knights training facility. >> have you done this before? >> this is my first time. >> for today. >> for today. oh, how many times in total? >> over 3,000. >> turns out we're not jumping alone today. we have major general snow, general, how are you? captain red. what's better than jumping with a general? >> major general jeffrey snow is from the recruiting command and the golden knights are a key
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part in helping the army meet the recruiting mission. >> it's about connecting the united states army with the american people. >> the elite parachute team show cases their talents at competitions and with demonstrations at football games and air shows. and occasionally, making a jump with a well-known passenger. >> mr. president. >> there are 89 men and women who make up the golden knights team. and 93% of them have combat experience. one of the coolest things about this, you're not just a professional jumper. you're a soldier. staff sergeant. been in the army how many years? >> ten years in the military. six as an infantrymen. >> how many years in iraq? >> i was in baghdad and in 2008, i was with the province. >> no one else i'd rather be than with an infantry staff sergeant. how high will we be more or less when we jump? >> 13,500 feet.
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roughly just over two miles. and you imagine covering that distance at 120 mile per hour without getting a speeding ticket. it's great. >> how are you feeling? >> not as confident as the good general i'll tell you that. >> i know that guy is going to be terrified. >> we are seconds away from jumping out of this airplane. all i can say is two things -- holy [ bleep ] and i'm glad they're army guys. ♪ >> holy cow. these guys are a total freaking pro. what an amazing experience. >> a job well done as both the general and i land safe and sound. >> awesome. >> that did you think?
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>> i thought it was absolutely incredible. i looked back at you right before i jumped, this man cool as a cucumber. i think you started screaming as soon as we left. >> sir, i deny all this. so for the second dive that's none of that. this time, i picked up a few tricks like the best way to look like a professional. smile. >> ainsley, you have done this once. i have two jumps on me now. brian, steve, you guys, you have to come here. golden knights. this guy wants you here. >> the army golden knights -- >> good job. >> they made it look good, because they're good. you've done it. >> yeah, the same guy who jumped bush 41, he jumped me.
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so i was in good hands. >> you made it look better. >> no, i will say i did it first. so does that mean i'm stronger than you? >> no comment. yeah. >> well, your experience in the war answers that question. >> but it's amazing. >> they're such great guys and they're serving our country. i love them all. >> incredible professionals. the staff that came up to me 93% of them are combat veterans. many -- most have been to iraq and afghanistan, male and female. >> we salute them. >> absolutely. coming up hillary clinton can't seem to figure out the subway. but can our own steve doocy? steve? >> that's right. ainsley, i'm at 42nd and broadway right now. >> you have to be kidding me. >> no, 42nd and broadway. live in new york city. how hard could it be to use a metro card? good morning, young man. on the subway, it took hillary five times and i'll see how long it takes me, as we roll on from the subway in times square. good morning, new york!
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well, hillary clinton trying to ride the new york city subway, she tried -- >> fail. >> she tries. >> fail. >> she tries. and she tries again. >> you know, this is a political stunt gone wrong. >> right. she tried five times to say, hey, i ride the subway, but she couldn't get through the subway. so we sent doocy to times square to see if he could do it. >> subway pro.
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>> let's find out how many times it takes for a real new yorker -- that guy it took him one time to swipe through. next guy, look at him. he's digging out of his wallet, one time. we think hillary, because she hasn't taken the subway with the metro card ever in her life, she probably thought that when she swiped it, the turnstile was going to pop open, so she kept going -- that guy one time. she kept going time after time. oh, one time only. so she essentially knocked off about 15 bucks worth of subway money trying to get in. let me ask somebody right here. pardon me, ma'am, hi, good morning. how are you? >> hi. >> did you see hillary yesterday trying to get on the subway? >> no. >> you didn't? well, it's hilarious. it's on youtube. thank you. good morning. hi, excuse me. how are you? >> hi. >> did you see hillary try to get on the subway yesterday with her metro card? >> no, i did not. >> you know you need to watch more television, it's on cable all day long. thank you very much. here comes somebody else.
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watch though. it just takes -- as soon as -- wait a minute. how many subway cards do you have there? >> i have five. >> really? >> yeah. >> why so many? >> um, well, i just like to ride the subway. >> apparently so. okay. there's somebody else -- oh, taken her two times. took her two times. so you know what? maybe yesterday, what happened to hillary was either the reader on it wasn't working or she drained it, whatever it was. it was a pr stunt that went horribly wrong. pete and ainsley? >> yeah, it wasn't good. it's happened to me several times, never five times in a row. that's not fun. >> twice -- >> embarrassing, especially when you have a lot of people behind you. >> a backlog behind you. >> there's a cadence to it. if you don't the right rhythm it doesn't work. one time. >> steve, come on back. >> come on back to the studio. getting hostile out there. he spent years getting the
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top indycar drivers to sign it and the reason why is pretty incredible. the race car driver john andretti is live with this symbol of hope for children across america. that's next. but first, let's check in with martha for what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> hey, martha. >> good morning, ainsley and pete. well, they say if you can make it in new york, you can make it anywhere, right? as you have been dementieonstra it's not that easy, just ask the candidates out there trying to make a good impression. donald trump is doing great here, but struggling with a huge unfavorable rating in a brand-new poll. we'll show you the numbers that have come out. and paul ryan's folks put out a new video that they say is not a campaign ad. we will show it to you and you can see what you think. chris wallace also here. he sat down with the president. he'll give us a preview when bill and i see you at the top of the hour. allergies can distract you.
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♪ ♪ life in the fast lane, surely will make you lose your mind ♪ ♪ life in the fast lane race car driver john andretti spent five years traveling across the country for a cause. he's attempting to get every living indianapolis 500 driver to sign this car right here, which will be auctioned off next month. ahead of the 100th running of the indnap lis -- indianapolis 500 race. he join with us the reveal of stinger. >> good morning. >> what an amazing car, but a cooler cause. tell me about the car and tell me about signatures and what it really means to you. >> of course the stinger is a modern day interpretation of the 1911 indianapolis 500 winning car. it's equipped with a honda
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engine. that was donated by honda. and it's firestone tires, indianapolis 500 tires. donated by them. it has the characteristics of the marman moss. >> and this is equipped with signatures on it. how did you get the signatures? >> in 2011 when we put out the living drivers on its and around the car alphabetically are the other drivers. we have gone around the country for as you said five years. collecting these signatures. some have been tougher than others, believe me. >> you traversed the country. i see all the andrettis. you went to them or they'd come to you. tell us about the cause. what was this about for you? >> well, i was racing for the indianapolis 500 in 2011 and we started to think about ways to commemorate the centennial era of the indianapolis 500. one of the things we came up with, they're a charitable -- wonder world cares, and st.
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jude's is a benefactor. we decided to do something to benefit st. jude's. >> it will benefit st. jude's hospital. >> absolutely. >> i want to bring in kyle and his mother courtney. thanks for being here. you're at st. jude's and you're a beneficiary of the wonderful care here. tell me what it means that he went to such an effort to raise money for the hospital? >> it was really nice and kind to raise money for st. jude's. >> how does it feel to see the car and realize that people are fighting for you? >> very happy and excited. >> well, you're a blessing for sure. mom, how about you? how does it make you feel? >> i mean, never in my wildest dreams did i ever think that we would have a child with cancer and knowing that there's someone who would open their doors and open their wallets and hearts to save our baby has been just incredib incredible. there's no words to say thank you enough. but to continue to share the story and meet the wonderful people who help us out every
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day. >> it takes $2.2 million to run st. jude on a single day. you have taken five years, really you said this has been more important to you in some ways than racing to do this. you're hoping to auction it off. how much are you hoping to raise? >> well, it will be auctioned off on may 25th and we're hoping to raise over $1 million with the sale of the stinger. there's other things as well. dan weldon signed a car and he passed away and his wife susie has donated a helmet. we're hoping that people can contribute and be a part of it. >> yeah. just looking at it. i have to believe -- you know, i think we can do better than $1 million. i'm thinking folks will -- i want to put in a bid, if only i can get a pay raise. i can't get it at this point. >> we accept all donors. >> i think we should get in the car after this. that would make -- >> take a spin? >> take it for a spin around here. >> yes. >> you're not 16 yet. i know you're worried about when
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♪ yep, take a look at that. that could be in your garage. john andretti, how much do you think that thing going to sell for at auction? >> well, we hope for over $1 million that's our low end goal. obviously the more we can raise the better for st. jude's. >> absolutely. >> so you have gone around the country trying to get indy drivers to sign this.
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they're all in alphabetical order. >> they are. except for the engine cover has the winning covers and my godfather is a.j. foyt. took a while to get him to sign the car. >> but you got him. >> but he's actually moved to the front. four-time winner. >> if you want more information we'll have it on the website, foxandfriends.com. bill: the vast majority of americans spanning religion and income have a negative view of the republican frontrunner. so what do you do with that? martha: i'm martha maccallum. this new poll underscores some troubles for donald trump if he's the nominee. 70% of voters say they have a negative view of donald trump. the candidate is

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