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shannon: it is friday, the weekend, it is friday, may 25th. "fox and friends first," happening right now at 3:00 am, a fox news alert. >> if and when kim jong un chooses to engage in constructive dialogue i am waiting. in the meantime maximum pressure campaign will continue. heather: north korea changing its tune after donald trump pulled the plug on the sums, will the two leaders meet face-to-face or is kim jong un back to his old antics?
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live in washington with reaction. armed and ready, a good guy with a gun credited with saving lives when a gunman unloads a barrage of bullets in a crowded restaurant. if it weren't for him this could have been much worse. >> every year it gets increasingly difficult to affirmatively reward work ethic. heather: mike rowe ripping the safe space mentality that is making millennial's afraid to get their hands dirty. "fox and friends first" starts right now. ♪ ♪ working for a living ♪ heather: thank you for joining us, live look at new york city where lots of people getting up,
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working for a living. straight to our top story, a lot happening tonight. north korea signaling it is ready to talk to the us, quote, anytime just hours after donald trump calls off the singapore summit. jenkins live in washington dc, the question, could the talk still happen? >> reporter: it might, happy friday. the latest indication from north korea is the failure of officials to show up at a planned meeting in singapore the drove the pres. to pull the plug. >> this is a tremendous setback for north korea and a setback for the world. if and when kim jong un chooses to engage in constructive dialogue and actions, i am waiting. >> reporter: the pres. penned a direct letter to kim, the first communication between the two
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nations leaders and north korea willing to sit down for talks, quote, at any time and any format according to their foreign minister in south korea who is caught off guard by the pres.'s decision received a late-night call from mike pompeo and pres. moon appears optimistic saying in a statement, quote, denuclearization and lasting peace on the korean peninsula cannot be abandoned or delayed as they are historical, the affected parties who had been working to resolve the problem, has not changed. reaction on capitol hill from republican lawmakers was swift. >> we must continue pressure to bring this denuclearization, to make it a reality but -- >> language on both sides gets things too ratcheted up and that prevents diplomacy. >> reporter: nancy pelosi had this to say. >> recognition and regards, he
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is the big winner. the letter from the president saying nevermind, he must be having a giggle fit. >> reporter: later this morning, and address at the naval academy in annapolis where a graduating cadet may learn more from the commander-in-chief. heather: will learn more as well, have a great weekend. breaking right now, manhunt intensifying for two men wanted for setting off a bomb leaving a dozen people injured, three people critically injured following the blast that happened at an indian restaurant in toronto, canada. the unidentified suspects were caught on security camera. their faces were covered. it is unclear if the attacks were terror related. back here, and armed man turned into a hero when he shoots and kills a gunman on a rampage, police say the good samaritan
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pulled out a pistol and stop the gunmen in the parking lot after he shot a mother and daughter. and potentially saving lives. >> more people were hurt. >> a mom and donna celebrating a birthday, both expected to survive, two it is injured. the shooting appears to be random. republican leaders demanding more transparency after the department of justice holds a fiery meeting on russia probe sources, democrats insist there is no evidence of a spy in the trump campaign. todd pyro joins us with the latest on this. >> day which should have led to common ground with both sides digging in on what the pres.
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calls spygate, classified briefings held by the fbi and justice department to ease republican pressure over the russia investigation. it came up with the pres.'s outcry over revelations a confidential informant made contact with several of his advisers during the 2016 campaign. the controversy surrounding these meetings, the invite list coming in the end one meeting, republicans, the other was bipartisan. second, the appearance of white house chief of staff john kelly and white house lawyer emmett flood. democrats calling it improper in response. there are huckabee sanders explained, quote, neither chief kelly nor mr. flood attended the meeting but made brief remarks before the meeting started to relay the pres.'s desire for as much openness as possible under the law and convey the pres.'s understanding of the need to protect human intelligence services and the importance of communication between branches of government. because the meetings were
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classified participants couldn't go into much detail with the media afterward but he loves the cameras. he held to his party line. >> nothing weird today has changed our view that there is no evidence to support any allegation the fbi or any other intelligence agency places a spy in the trump campaign or otherwise failed to follow appropriate procedures and protocol. >> reporter: the notice, he didn't say anything about surveilling in the campaign, just about a spy in the campaign, that is a decision democrats love to make. the doj asked the inspector general to investigate whether there was, quote, inappropriate surveillance. a lot to do about nothing it seems. they learned something but nobody is talking. heather: democrats have made up their mind so why is there an investigation? they didn't request any information either. we digress please have a great
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weekend. nature's fury growing more ferocious with no end inside, the third love our flow, these pictures amazing the. they don't look real but they are. this is pouring into the pacific ocean, the law for creating a mixture of toxic gas and shards of volcanic gas. officials are warning people to be ready to evacuate at any time and dozens of buildings have been destroyed since the kilauea volcano we rented, scientists don't know how long this will last. a bus driver charged with homicide in a horrific crash the left two people dead. he will face a judge for the first time today. he made an illegal u-turn on a new jersey interstate and crashed into a dump truck killing at an-year-old girl and a teacher on a field trip. he had 14 license suspensions and faces 20 years in prison. the teacher killed in the crash
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just laid to rest. a disgraced hollywood producer, and harvey weinstein, will turn himself in today, plans to surrender to new york city authorities and will be charged over sexual assault allegations. dozens of women have accused him since october. he is also under investigation in los angeles and the uk and faces of federal probe. he has denied these allegations was they refuse to respect our flag, nfl players already making a new protest playbook in spite of the nfl's new rules, the league requiring all players to stand or remain in the locker room. teens will be fined for player violations. one and if a media reporter says some players are telling me they are considering staying in locker room or making a different on-field gesture simply because they feel this policy is a direct challenge to
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them. a navy seal receiving the medal of honor from donald trump for his heroic actions in the fight against al qaeda. britt slabinski is sharing details about the rescue mission in afghanistan. >> landed on top of the mountain, my helicopter took a rocket propelled grenade right away. waiting for some sign of life, no movement. i can tell you we left no one behind. >> some say john chapman father until his death after the group abandoned the mountain. 7 americans died in that fight. the time is about 10 minutes after the top of the hour. donald trump drawn a hard line with north korea canceling the summit. was this the right move to guest who has dealt with the worst regimes in the world said that
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is exactly how you handle a dictator like kim jong un. alexa has some explaining to do, private conversations the smart device just shared without permission. >> you don't get much higher than that, do you? heather: just days after a 96-year-old world war ii veteran received his diploma he get something even more amazing from the president. we want to know why you are a proud american this memorial day weekend, share your pictures on social media and we will share them during the show on monday. ♪ one nation under god ♪ america ♪ the first survivor of alzheimer's disease is out there.
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and the alzheimer's association is going to make it happen. but we won't get there without you. visit alz.org to join the fight.
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they have businesses to run they have passions to pursue how do they avoid trips to the post office? stamps.com mail letters ship packages all the amazing services of the post office right on your computer get a 4 week trial plus $100 in extras including postage and a digital scale go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again heather: the white house revealing north korean officials stood them up at a recent planning meeting for the singapore summit, north korea
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changing its tune saying they are willing to talk anytime after donald trump cancels the historic sitdown issuing a strong warning to kim jong un. here's counterterror veteran aaron cohen. thank you for joining us this morning. let's begin with this. were you surprised the initial thing happened with kim jong un and the meeting was canceled? were you surprised kim jong un's response was wait a minute, i am willing to talk? >> i was surprised he canceled the meeting because i thought donald trump put together something significant and seems we were going in a positive direction and it seemed like the tough posture was working and he got it but the drop had not hit the coffee pot with the corian dictator. i was surprised about that. i was not surprised donald trump
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said let's not meet with this guy right now, dial this down and put proper pressure tactics on this dictator which is how you deal with these guys and the reason, the same with mo marco david, the same with saddam hussein, the same with the mullahs, who had their nuclear deal rejected. that is the way you deal with these guys, they understand power, they understand fear. that is the way they lead and donald trump is doing an outstanding tactic, putting a stranglehold on this guy because you have to show strength. patty: 1 what about the letter he dictated himself word for word, he said to kim jong un in the letter you talk about your nuclear capabilities but hours are so massive and powerful that i prayed to god they will never have to be used. talking like that to kim jong un, what type of strategy is
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there? the most horrible rogue regimes in the world, you think this is the appropriate tone to take? >> i do. you have to be tough with people who try to act tough. if you break down the psychology and behavior of these dictators what you have are street bullies who bark and bark and bark but have potential to do a great deal of damage to save face. donald trump is somebody who is throwing the gloves off and understands you have to write into that type of fire and direct. that is the only thing these guys understand. the tougher you are with them the sooner you show them that our reaction is not going to be to appease them. our reaction is not going to be to take any type of threats them
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and to counter with an important tactic prior to this president, which is aggression, a national security tactic. heather: at the same time it was interesting he still makes sure to leave the door open. >> correct. that is an important part of diplomacy. the left can say what they want about donald trump, make fun of him all day long but at the end of the day he has been negotiating deals his whole life and the door remains open and continues to be open. if the leader of north korea decides to step back in the door there is nothing for him to do so and donald trump is willing to sit down at the right time. heather: is unfortunate because it seems members of the democratic party didn't want this to succeed to begin with so they are relishing what happened so far.
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>> they don't want trump to succeed. they need to get over it. patty: 1 really appreciate it is the time is 18 minutes after the top of the hour. the obama channel healing the nation, the former president revealing division for his netflix deal saying it will fix the political divide. carly shimkus with reaction. >> thank you for your service. this is a practical example we are appreciating. ♪ heather: how they plan to honor fallen heroes this memorial day weekend. ♪
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heather: you are watching "fox and friends first". a plane forced to turn back when pieces of metal fell out of the engine. the japanese light heading to tokyo dropping 10 metal parts to the community below hitting a medical clinic in the parked car. no one on the ground was injured. inspectors say the jet's turbine blade was damaged. the owners of a puppy that died on border flight reached a settlement with the airline. united flight attendant praising the 9-month back to quito who was inside a bag, into an overhead bin in march. when the plane landed the dog was not breathing. the terms of the settlement have not been released but united has taken full responsibility and they revamped their travel policy limiting certain breeds from flying to ensure their
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safety. from president to producer, former president obama has big plans for the deal he inked with netflix. carly shimkus with serious xm 115, how he plans to heal the country. >> when the deal was announced we didn't know a lot about it but now we know what kind of shows he wants to create. he wants to help heal the nation's political divide by telling people stories so americans can better understand and relate to one another, he revealed this during a conference in las vegas saying that is what we hope through netflix and my foundation, identifying and training the next generation of leaders in the united states and around the world so they can start sharing their stories and cooperating. this is undeniably a noble mission, he was met with a lot of pushback from some conservatives, stephen on twitter says he wants to fix the
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mess he created, that is nice, because he did such a good job of it in his eight years. rhonda writes cancel netflix. given that reaction looks like he has got his work cut out for him. >> what we initially heard hasn't changed. milania sending a message to the troops. >> reporter: she honor the congressional medal of honor recipient yesterday on twitter saying thank you for your heroic action. we are proud to have you at the white house today to honor the medal of honor, thank you and thank you to our military for your risk and sacrifice, she's not the only person who was thanking him. another person on facebook rights thank you, you are a true hero. sharon says thank you for recognizing these great people who serve and protect.
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he received the award for his brave actions he took in afghanistan in 2002. >> if you are watching you are invited, we would love to hear your story. have a great weekend. the time is 25 after the top of the hour. undocumented kids in school beware. a new warning that ice could be coming for you. one kid thinks -- he wrote a letter to his mom telling her. a note going viral this morning.
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heather: back with a fox news alert, north korea changing its tunes saying it is willing to talk with the us anytime in any format, this happening hours after the president pulled the plug on the singapore summit which had been scheduled for june 12th the. >> i believe this is a
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tremendous setback for north korea and a setback for the world. if and when kim jong un chooses to engage in constructive dialogue and actions, i am waiting. heather: the white house saying the rogue nation failed to show up to a press meeting for what would have been a historic meeting between the two leaders was the president pending a direct letter to kim saying maximum pressure campaign will continue. if north korea said us officials up for their pre-summit meeting, why are they now saying they are ready to talk at any time, the tenant col. michael walsh says it is because donald trump called kim jong un's bluff. >> donald trump has shown strength from day one is commander-in-chief and i think he has been absolutely right on north korea since day one
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despite his critics. this is not pres. obama will take the military option off the table before it even gets to the table. donald trump knows and has always known that diplomacy meets the credible threat of military force. he has come into this with preconditions in that military exercises with south korean allies and japanese allies will continue, denuclearization means exactly that, it is verifiable denuclearization and the key is sanctions will continue. >> the south korean president hoping talks will resume, insist denuclearization on the korean peninsula cannot be abandoned or delayed. also breaking, brand-new video showing underground tunnels once used by isis, the syrian army uncovering the passageway along with the machine used to dig new roots underground, the tunnel discovered as officials work to clear syria of explosive devices
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left behind by isis. republicans ramping up calls for transparency after the doj's fiery breathing on the fbi informant the democrats say they are not convinced the pres.'s campaign was actually spied on. >> from my standpoint the top priority of this investigation is revealed to the public exactly what happened so we can restore confidence in the fbi and department of justice. >> nothing we heard today has changed our view that there is no evidence to support any allegation the fbi or any intelligence agency placed a spy in the trump campaign or failed to follow appropriate procedures and protocols. julie: to help us understand how these briefings could impact the russia probe, former doj official, thank you for joining us, appreciate it. what did you think of what happened yesterday? there was one meeting with
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republicans and another meeting that was bipartisan. the general layout of two meetings, what did you think? >> the saddest thing about this is it took pressure from the pres. to get doj and the fbi to do this. this is something they should have done eight months ago when the house intelligence committee started investigating it. transparency is needed for this reason. it is unprecedented for the government to launch a law enforcement investigation into surveillance of an opposition presidential campaign. we need to know that they have hard, substantive evidence of major violations of federal law. if they didn't, there was an abuse of law enforcement powers of the federal government. heather: why do you think they have delayed this? >> that is the big question. the russia collusion
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investigation hasn't produced a single piece of evidence that there was any collusion but what the investigation has raised is a lot of questions about potentially abusive behavior by fbi and doj officials and the idea what they have been doing is launching a partisan investigation against an opposition political campaign. heather: these are high up in the fbi and doj, not the men and women who were out there every day doing a great job. in terms of the chief of staff, john kelly, and the attorney for the white house, there has been discussion about whether they should have been there or not. they are just at the beginning of left before anything that was classified was released. >> that shouldn't have been an issue. what everyone forgets is the pres. is the chief law enforcement officer of the united states.
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he has full constitutional authority to be completely free on all aspects of this investigation and that would include anyone working for him. the idea that there was something wrong even if they had been briefed, that is a false flag that isn't true. heather: in terms of the pres. and what he can or cannot release, could he just get involved in this and release information himself? >> yes. he has the ability to declassify any information. here is the thing everyone should remember. congress has 100% right to seek its information because of its constitutional oversight authority and that is why doj and fbi constant delay and attempts to not give information is legally and constitutionally wrong and makes you wonder what they are trying to hide. heather: going back to even -- stzrok and lisa page, why
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doesn't donald trump say you have to release these? >> they are being released. the inspector general has gotten hold of all of these, expected to report soon. what the pres. has acted, the only reason that briefing happened yesterday. there appears to be still a lot of attempts by doj to stop doing what they should be doing. heather: the latest information about the spyware kospi that wasn't a spy, we appreciate you joining us, have a great weekend was the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour, hard-working high demand, micro is invading the safe space, sending a message to millennials. >> every year it gets increasingly difficult to affirmatively reward work ethic. heather: is not the only one who feel that way. jackie ibanez with your comments flooding social media pages.
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this 96-year-old world war ii veteran finally getting his diploma but what he received from donald trump making him beam with pride even more. find the remote yet? nah. honey look, your old portable cd player. my high school rethainer. oh don't... it's early 90s sitcom star dave coulier... cut...it...out!
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[laughing] what year is it? as long as stuff gets lost in the couch, you can count on geico saving folks money. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
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heather: good work ethic is hard to find was mike rhodes slamming that it was generation over its
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apparent lack of desire to find a good job. they are putting their feelings over everything else. jackie ibanez has more on the story. they don't weren't to work hard. former dirty jobs host not holding back voicing his concerns over finding qualified young people in the workforce. he says he is having trouble getting out his scholarships to high schoolers. >> i am in the midst of doing what i do every year which is try and give away work ethic scholarships. it gets harder every year. >> gets harder to give away money? >> make videos & a sweat pledge. what people are often confronted, these hoops through which i ask them to leave, they take umbrage at that and i find it fascinating. >> they have to work for the.
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among the tasks, row requires young people to not be lazy, not blame others for their troubles, not expect to be taken care of and if anyone is offended, find a different pile of free money. the lack of work ethic is back to the push to harbor young people in safe spaces. >> work ethic is in demand but to answer your question, why is it harder to find it? that probably does have something to do with expectations that have evolved out of the safe space movement. there is a fisher running through the expectation of what happens when we elevate safety and feelings to a level of primacy. >> rhodes scholarship awards, $15,000 to a senior going to a trade school. heather: i like the sweat pledge. we have been asking you one social media. gary says mike is always right.
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david tweets he is right, many once a paycheck but don't want to do anything to earn it. ron tweets the days you went to high school and worked part-time are over for most. the activity of actual working is replaced by video games and cell phones that are supercomputers. >> everybody wants a job where they create an apps and so to millionaires. who wouldn't like that? the sweat equity. heather: march to the midterms, twitter rolling out strict ahead of the election season. tracy carrasco with the new tool launched for political candidates. >> reporter: this is to increase transparency and curb any manipulation before the midterm election. twitter has laid out things they are doing, making sure anyone who wants to run a political ad
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is verified and certified, some will have to submit a notarized form and will not let anyone from other countries target political ads for people in the united states. they are checking online presence to make sure everything is consistent and works out and notice a visual badge that shows groups of gone through all these steps and are able to submit these political apps on twitter. you will notice these things taking effect. patty: 1 we should thank and remember our military effects. >> great weekends to honor those who served our country. a lot of businesses doing something. dominoes, you can get $5.99, a 2 topping large pizza, carryout deal, golden corral free breakfast computers a free meal, sweet frog 20% off frozen yogurt, this is for people who have served our country,
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veterans, those active in the military. lou: time is 15 minutes until the top of the hour, nascar and the army teaming up to salute our troops, behind the scenes an exclusive look at how they plan to honor our fallen heroes this memorial day weekend. >> no way, wow. we are not doing that. the first survivor of alzheimer's disease is out there. and the alzheimer's association is going to make it happen. but we won't get there without you. visit alz.org to join the fight. they have businesses to run they have passions to pursue
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heather: betsy devos giving school the greenlight to report a document of students. >> a school decision, local community decision. we have laws and we are compassionate and i urge this
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body to do its job and address and clarify where there is confusion around this. >> reporter: she pointed to a supreme court decision during her testimony before the house education and workforce committee ruling all children are entitled to free public education regardless of their immigration status. the world war ii vet who just got his college diploma now getting the attention of the pres.. bob barger surprise with a letter from the white house. >> you don't get much higher than that, do you? >> reporter: the pres. writing your hard work, diligence and passion to learn exemplify the greatest generation's commitment to excellence and the american spirit. the former navy pilot graduated from the university of toledo, ohio, earlier this month. he left school 68 years ago after the war but recently learned he had enough credits for an associates degree.
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congratulations to him. never too late. nascar's coca-cola 600 taking pl. this sunday and before the race the army will showcase its fighting force with a demonstration from their infantry is paratroopers. i headed to fort bragg, north carolina with life your's coca-cola champion, austin dillon, for an inside look at sunday's big event. that is heavy. quite the work out walking around in this. >> not around here. shoot grenades to a distance of 2200 km. ♪ >> driving a special car.
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>> we know there are a few race fans on the property. we love having the honor. >> nascar is so supportive to people in the military, their families. >> thanks for your service, thanks for doing this. this is a practical example we are appreciated. in memorial day, remembering our fallen. you couldn't do much more. >> they are the reason we do this on the weekends. any time military men and women enjoy what they do, learning more about what they do. ♪ >> no way. wow. we are not doing that. >> 70 to 90 feet, do everything proper because there is nobody
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down there to catch us. >> we are going to do it one way or the other. >> i guess i am next. i don't know if i can do this. on rappel, okay. is there no way i can get back to the wall for real? >> keep a hand behind you. >> my gosh. >> it is easier than you think it is. >> holy cow. we made it. i think you guys did it for me. thank you. all right.
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got that done. that was crazy. can you imagine? there was one person from the pit crew who chickened out and i didn't. we will see more from the army and their prerace show sunday at 6:00 pm airing right here on fox and thank you to fort bragg, the 18th airborne and the army black hats. coca-cola 600 honoring all our armed services. it is 8 minutes until the top of the hour. everything you love will kill you. the brand-new health blueprint that requires you to ditch bacon and booze. >> and make no mistake, they understand exactly what they are training for and we owe them so much gratitude. >> a legendary marine's party tribute, patriotic words that will send shivers up your side. ♪ see a tractor hardwired
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heather: amazon's alexa device under fire for reporting a private conversation and sending it to a random person. a family and organ claims it logged there talking and shared it with someone in their contact list was amazon said it was likely activated by a word in the background noise which kick
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started the process. doesn't matter why it happened, amazon apologizing calling it extremely rare occurrence and they are taking steps to avoid this happening in the future. i wish my mom's phone was never invented, what a second grader, a school project going viral after nominate a schoolteacher in louisiana posted that online. it reads i don't like the phone because my parents are on their phone every day. i hate my mom's phone and wish you never had one. several student had similar responses when asked to fix something they wish was never invented. do you think we have become too attached to our phones? the art of verbal conversation is being lost. edward posted on facebook most people are too attached to their phones. it is annoying to talk to someone in person face-to-face when they keep looking at their phones and text researching others.
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ron writing they should be banned from certain events like cigarettes, alcohol and other drugs blues not a bad idea. time for the good, the bad and the ugly. first the good. a marine is a touching tribute to the four as he retires from the service. >> make no mistake, they understand exactly what they are training for and understand in our profession there can be no second-place because the weight of our nation rests on their shoulders. >> reporter: bradley is a recipient of the navy cross and behind one of the most iconic images from the iraqi war in falluja. he served for 34 years. that isn't what you want to hear before you weekend barbecue, cancer research guidelines worn no amount of alcohol, bacon or sausage is safe. small amounts increase your risk of cancer. processed meats can lead to obesity which can trigger the diseases. finally the ugly.
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and inpatient road crew paving around parked cars, waiting for them to be moved. officials said they were crunched for time to get the job done it didn't want to wait for the toe truck and they will fix the spots next week which will take more time. that wraps up this edition of "fox and friends first". "fox and friends first" continues now, see you back here monday, goodbye. >> if and when kim jong un chooses to engage in constructive dialogue and actions, i am waiting. jillian: it is friday, may 25th. no go no-show the white house revealing north korean officials stood them up, the rogue regime changing its tune after donald trump on the singapore sit down. rob: top lawmakers wanted to know if a spy was used to infiltrate the trump campaign and got some answers, reaction

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