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>> a horrific crash sends three time indy champion dario franchitti flying into the air and into a fence. >> that crash right there happening as he was battling sato on the last lap of the houston grand prix. you can see the debris flying into the stands. fans and an official injured. >> car completely spun around. fires are flying off. >> franchitti remains hospitalized. he suffered a conclusion fractured two vertebrae and had surgery to fix a broken ankle. >> police are hunting for a suspect in the stabbing death of an army soldier. investigator say it could be a hate crime.
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kevin gikhi and his friends were washington a state highway when someone in a karieled at racial slur about them being white. one of the soldiers yelled back about the suspects disrespecting combat veterans. five black men got out of the car surrounded the soldiers and investigators say one of the suspects stabbed him before they all took off. >> it was a random act of violence to someone who did not have it coming. he left knowing that go he was loved and we cared about them and we were next to him. >> he was a specialist in north carolina. >> there's video about a good sam pair man w-- samaritans who stopped the biker from beating up the 33-year-old. he is describing what happened.
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>> i said let him go, man. let him go. >> somehow they stopped. >> police are looking into whether any off duty police officers are looking at the incident and did not report it. one detective is already on leave pending the investigation. >> new details for you on daring twin raids on terror targets in somalia and libya. al qaeda operative al-li libi w soon be handed over to the fbi and brought to the u.s. to stand trial on terror charges. >> we find out somalia operation carried out by seal team 6 was designed to capture the commander of al-shabaab in somalia. they were forced to withdraw after coming under heavy fire.
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kelly wright is here to break this down for us. >> let's start with what happened with anas al-li libi. he is being held on a u.s. war ship. special forces nabbed him in trip pli. al libi has been a wanted man for 15er yaos for the role he played in the deadly bombings of u.s. embassies in kenya and tanzania in 98. john kerry who was attending a conference discussed al-liby's capture. >> we hope that this makes clear that the united states of america will never stop in this effort to hold those accountable who conduct acts of terror and those members of al qaeda and other terrorist organizations literally can run but cannot hide. >> congressman howard mckee an
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who chairs the house armed services committee says the president should get as much information as possible out of al-liby before prosecuting him. michael casey agrees. >> i would prefer we take our time designate him an enemy combata combatant. the administration said they are holding him under the laws of war. they have shunned using laws of war as the basis for holding someone. >> a second raid in somalia. navy seals were targeting the group responsibilitiesible for a deadly attack on a mall in kenya. at least one sam molly was killed. the operation of tripoli was designed to capture al libi not kill him meaning they want him for further questioning. >> probably smart if we can figure out what else is going on
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and what he knows. >> new information-coming on this. the son of al-libi said he had seen a video capture on video camera of the dramatic scene as it unfolded. al-libi return home to four cars waiting for him. he described masked men gettinging in beating uppal leeb b al-libi and dragging him into a car. the clock is ticking for a possible government default. this as we begin week two of the government shut down with no sign of a compromise. doug luzader is live from washington. what is the latest? >> the shut down dozen ter a partial week. the problems are about to pile up with the looming debt ceiling deadline. congress and the white house digging in their heels.
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jack lu talked about the crisis raising the debt ceiling. >> would it be catastrophic? >> chris, i am telling you that i know the direction, i know the direction is bad. there are a range of how bad. it is not responsible, it is irresponsible, it is reckless to take that chance. >> tax revenue would continue to pour into the government alouing it to take creditors although the president has no negotiating stance on both the shut down and the debt limit. john boehner says there are no talks taking place with the administration. >> the american people in washington during a crisis like this they can sit down and have a conversation. i told may members there may be a bad room somewhere but there's nobody in it.
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>> don't expect any back room deals at this point. about 350,000 a civilian defense employees are expected to return to work today a result of one law that congress kwo agrcould agree only. >> doug luzader live for us this weeke morning. >> amber alert. it was taken off-line because of the government shut down. it has been placed with one simple line due to the lack in federal funding this office of justice program web site is unavailable. the web site helped recover hundreds of missing children since the amber alert system was created back in 1996. >> the supreme court beginnis a new term. a number are on the cortical der including campaign contribution limits and public prayer and government meetings. the justices also likely to take
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up lawsuits over part of the president's new healthcare law. one of the most high profile cases is hobby lobby. being forced to provide insurance coverage for contraception care violates religious belief. >> cleanup across the nation after a he can wouldn't end of extreme weather. snow falling in parts of wyoming, south dakota and colorado. some areas getting up to four feet already. in nebraska three people died in a traffic accident because of the snowy roads there. also in februanebraska the same system creating a mile wide tornado when it touched down in the town of wayne. the same system moves down to the south six inches of rain pouring down louisville kentucky causing flash flooding there. >> for more on this wicked weather let's turn to maria molina to see what the latest is. flooding, snowstorms, we have
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all of it. >> a crazy weekend. the snowstorm will go down in the books for the most snowy season of the season. it is just an incredible snowstorm that has produced flash flooding across ohio, parts of kentucky, indiana and southern parts of illinois. half of a foot locally in these areas. we see extreme flooding across parts of the midwest. we are lacking at potential for severe weather today. interior sections in new england, new york city, today you have the possibility to be seeing strong thunderstorms that could produce damaging winds in excess of 60 miles an hour and even isolated tornadoes. if you live out here as you head
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outdoors through the afternoon and during the evening hours. up and down the east coast. 3-4 inches possible in some of these spots all of the way down into parts of florida. temperature wise behind the storm system only 60 mid will 70s in new york city today and by tomorrow ainsley and heather will be only 70. it will get a little more seasonable in areas and warm. >> you have snow in some parts. thank you so much maria. >> prosecutors are said to have made their case against this mandy frauding donors of $100 million all under the guise of helping veterans. he faces up to 40 years in prison. he is charged with masterminding a fraud that spread over 41
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states. little of his charity was actually useded to help veterans. 230 people living in camp pendleton in southern california are allowed to move home. firefighters were there battling wildfires on the campus. the spread of the fire blamed on dry, hot and windy conditions. so far it is 20 percent contained. >> nearly 70 years after world war ii a group of 80 veterans who served our country arrived in the nation's capital for a hero's welcome. >> we felt like we were on top of the world where he is recognized for service and we are told that hundreds of times during this trip which is appreciated. >> the group was able to visit the world war ii memorial just days after another group of veterans stormed the gates
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despite the government shut down. >> they were not tipped over or anything. the signs were taken down and we could wander at will. and we did. >> organizers say most of the vets were wheelchair bowne and oxygen dependent but did not let their health or a government shut down keep them away. >> you are in luck you will feel a whole lot less pain at the pump. lauren simonetti has more on the story and other top business news this morning. good morning, lauren. >> griet news f great news for start the week. gas prices are down all over the country. average price 3.35 a gallon. you have likely saved $0.23 filling up this month. experts say this is because crude oil price cuts have moved down the price chain. look at the most stolen vehicles
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by make instead of model year. honda accords nearly 59,000 of them stolen in 2012. the most popular among feeds are from the 1990s. honda civic is another frequently stolen car. pickup trucks including ford and chevrolets from 200 to 2007 and toyota camry. car thieves are going for older cars or newer pickups. something to think about. at the weekend box office "gravity" was the claer winner rocketing to number 1 with $55.6 million. the warner brother's movie starring sandra bullock and george clooney trying to navigate back to earth after the destruction of their space shuttle. the mochallenge took the second spot with it 1 and a ha21 and a
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and runner runner came in third. >> lauren simonetti, i heard gravity is really good. >> i can't wait to see it. >> 13 minutes after the hour. a mom lashing out at her daughter's school after they sent the 11-year-old home with a letter that, get this, says she was over weight. does the school have the right to do this? we report you decide. >> even barbie has to obey the law. a traffic lesson 7 and 9-year-old learning this morning after parking their barbie jeep in the wrong place. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern.
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blank range from the taliban. her crime she spoke out for her passion for education. one year later the taliban says they would try to kill her once again if they could. this new death threat coming as the pakistani teenager was named among one of the favorites ato win the noble peace prize. more than 50 people were killed in a new round of violence on the streets of cairo. clashes between egypt security forces and islamist protests continue late into the night. the tet toll death toll is the highest since they raided morsi's camp in august killing hundreds. >> the fire chief says he is being forced out of his job. he was in charge when those 19 hot shot firefighters were killed while fighting a wildfire back in june. the city's manager says he was only hired on as interim. now the city manager says they are looking toer a more
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permanent chief. terrifying moments for a family driving on an interstate near salt lake city. a tire on a trailer comes lose and smashes right into their windshield leaving both parents and three of their four children hurt. police say the couple driving the trailer didn't realize their tire was missing until an officer stopped them on the road. the tire's lugnuts were not properly tight. >> it is time to brew on this. does this little girl look fat to you? a florida mother outraged when they are daughter was sent home with a letter from school warning she is over weight. she is 11 years old 5, 5 and weighs 124 pounds. her height and weight classify her as over weight. but her mom says she is actually an athlete, also one of the tallest in her class. her daughter is all muscle and she is worried about what sort of message a letter like this is
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a moj stmonster truck killed 8 d injured dozens more. passengers on an american airline flight from chicago to shanghai. the plane made an emergency landing after flying into a flock of birds. the aircraft had just taken off and was forced to turn back. thankfully no one was hurt.
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ainsley? >> thank you, heather. some of the largest sports organizations are working together to try to prevent concussions. a new group will work with the national concussion coalition to determine best ways for diagnosing and treating young athletes. doctors say for as much progress made so far there are still a lot of things we need to learn about concussions and how they effect young athletes. a 6 car accident on a major accide highway in maryland sends people to the hospital. drag racing may be the reason. a 21-year-old driver was speeding when he lost control slammed head on into a truck and that caused the domino effect. so far no one has been charged. the human prank strikes again. this time he is scaring people halloween style.
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(screaming) >> that is awesome. >> okay. the manager of the store teamed up with the prank be ster. look at that. sat down next to the halloween decorations then you can see what happens next. the chair comes alive. scary. >> yes. >> it is now 26 after the top of the hour. important alert if you are a parent this morning instant mow tren being pulled off store shelves. a 9-year-old boy hogs a flight without a ticket. what is to blame for the major security breech. >> you can have this if money is spent the right way. r. give me more power! [ mainframe ] located. ge deep-sea fuel technology. a 50,000-pound, ingeniously wired machine that optimizes raw data to help safely discover and maximize resources in extreme conditions. our current situation seems rather extreme.
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somalia. >> a serious race car crash leaving four people injured including dario franchitti. a good samaritan overcame his feelings of intense danger and stepped in to stop bikers from assaulting a father on a manhattan street. why he risked his laf for a stranger. >> no passport no tickets no parents and no problem. a 9-year-old boards a plane to las vegas by himself. what the tsa is blaming for the incredible security breech.
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fox and friends first starts ♪ >> from all over the world back here to the streets of new york city, thank you so much for joining us on this monday morning starting your week with us. it is monday october 7th. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather childers. >> i am ainsley earhardt. we are going to make it a great week together. >> we sure are. we begin with chaos after a horrific crash sends three time indy 500 winner dario franchitti's car flying through the air and into a fence.
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look at that. now the crash happened as franchitti was battling sato on the last lap of the houston grand prix. you can see all of the grand prix sent flying into the grand stands. 13 fans and one official were hurt. >> have frightening. >> the tires were flying off. >> at this hour franchitti remains hospitalized. he suffered add concussion fractured two vertebrae and had surgery to fix the broken ankle. >> from italy moments ago the captain of the shipwrecked costa concordia arrivedd in court. three witnesses will testify they were with him the night that that ship crashed into the rocks off of the coast of tuscany leaving 30 people dead. if convicted he could get up to 20-years behind bars. police are hunting for suspects in the stabbing death of an army soldier. investigators say it could be a
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hate crime. 20-year-old steven gike and his friends were walking along a washington state highway when someone yelled at them for being white. one yelled back about the suspects disrespecting combat veterans. five black men got out of the car one of the suspects stabbed them before they could all take off. >> it was a random act of violence to someone who did not have it coming. he left knowing he was loved and we cared about him and knowing we were next to him. >> he was from south carolina. >> the atm is blocking the main whistleblower in the fast and furious case from publishing a book claiming it will hurt moral. the aclu is representing author john dobson to let the already written book be published. dobson was the first atf special
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agent to go public with allegations his supervisors authorized the flow of semiautomatic weapons into mexico instead of stopping them. >> new details on the daring twin raids on terror targets on somalia an libya. al qaeda terrorist is in custody now aboard a navy ship after being captured on delta forces in libya. he will soon be hand over to the fbi and brought to the u.s. to stand trial on terror charges. this as we find out the somalia operation by seal team 6 was designed to capture the commander of al-shabaab but they were forceded to withdraw after coming under heavy fire. kelly wright is here to break it down for us. >> good morning. chuck hagel says abu anas al-liby is in u.s. custody as you mention. he is being held on a u.s. navy ship.
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u.s. forces nabbed him in tripoli. al-libi has a vast value of terrorist operations. the he has been a wanted man for 15 years. the father of al-libi says a security camera at his father's house shows how four cars were waiting for al-libi as he returned home from morning prays about 6:30 in the morning. the son says several men got out of two-cars some masked, beat al-libi drugged him before putting him in a car and driving away. the u.s. military says men were part of the army's delta force and on the al-libi matter he has been on the fbi most wanted terrorist lis for the role he played in the deadly bombings of the u.s. embassies in kenya and tanzania in 1998. john kerry discussed al-libi's capture. >> we hope this makes clear that the united states of america
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will never stop in its effort to hold hose though accouthose acc conduct acts of terror and those members of al qaeda and other terrorist organizations literally can run but they can't hide. >> as you mentioned a second u.s. raid was conducted over the weekend in somalia where navy seals were targeting the top members for the group responsible for the deadliest act on the mall in nairobi kenya. at least one some maley was killed. the operation in tripoli was designed to capture al-libi and not kill him meaning the u.s. will have time to ask him a whole lot of questions. back to you heather and ainsley. >> kelly wright joining us this morning. thank you. >> no parents, no ticket, no problem. >> a 9-year-old run away boyable to get on a dealt dau plane a-- plane and fly to california. the ticket agents didn't realize
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he didn't be long until they got up in the air. a restaurant worker saw him hanging out. >> very, very polite kid. you see this kid like home alone movie he's by himself. you better watch this guy. >> how did all of this happen? the transportation security agency blaming the government shut down saying staffing is low because of furloughed employees. delta the tsa and child protective services are investigating the incident. attorney for raw roar r aurora massacre james holmes are arguing today. they are wanting to get evidence out of trial including his dating tweb site. ey prove it is a violation of his rights. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. >> the clock is ticking toward a possible government default right now. this as we begin week two of the
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government shut down with no sign of a compromise. we are following the stories from washington with the latest. >> as a nation most of us may be weathering this partial shut down without inch notic-- much notice. the debt ceiling is another matter. jack lieu warned of severe consequences if there is even a hint the u.s. could default on even part of the massive debt once the national credit cards maxed out next week. >> would it be catastrophic? >> i am telling you that i know the direction is bad. there is a range of how bad. it is not responsible. it is irresponsible which is why congress needs to act. >> in truth it is not clear how it would play out if we hit the debt ceiling. for one thing the tax revenue would condition to pour into the
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government so creditors could be paid at least interest on u.s. debt. when it comes to the debt limit or the shut down there are no negotiations between president obama and house speaker john boehner. the president said he will not negotiate or compromise. republicans say something has to give. >> the american people in washington when we have a crisis like this that the leaders will sit down and have a conversation. they will block republican efforts to fund certain parts of the government saying this is an all or nothing ind couldn't of proposition. >> cleanup across the nation after a weekend of extreme weather. snow falling down on parts of wyoming and south dakota and colorado. some areas getting up to 4 feet already. in februanebraska three people n a traffic accident there because of the snowy road.
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also in nebraska the same storm system creating a mile wide tornado that touched down in the town of wayne. 15 people injured and several buildings damaged as you can see. that system moving down south causing flash flooding. >> get ready for really pretty skies tonight. the meteor showers starts tonight and will continue through thursday. this is an annual october meteor shower. skies will be a little darker this year making the meteors easier to spot. >> we will check with maria molina for the latest. >> if you live along parts of the northeast and southeast don't plan on being able to see a meteor shower. we had record snow. we are talking locally up to 6 inches of rain that fell across
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sections of indiana and ohio and also kentucky and now that system heads east. it will be impacting parts of the northeast and southeast today. locally 4 inches of rain. there is a risk for damaging winds and also isolated tornadoes. you are looking at relatively big cities like washington, d.c., philadelphia and also new york city to really have a way to get the warnings as we head into the afternoon and evening hours out here again. severe weather will be a concern. temperature wise behind the cold front much cooler high temperature only 60 today. 56 in chicago. 76, though, ahead of the system in new york city relatively mild for october. once the system pushes on through it will be getting a little cooler high in new york city by then tomorrow only 70. only in the 60s in your home of north carolina ladies. getting cooler in parts of the carol lane gnaws. >> all right. call your mom, heather.
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let them know. >> she is watching. she saw. thank you maria. it is now 41 after the top of the hour. new video emerging showing the moment a good samaritan over came the feeling of intense danger and stopped six bikers were assaulting a man. why he says he risked his life to help a stranger. >> survey on coffee lovers proving the addiction is real. what most say they are willing to give up for a cup of joe. [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made o why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pai it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. stop taking viagra and call your doctor right away, if you experience a sudden decrease or loss in vision or hearing. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor.
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>> we will have each and every one of you this morning for joining us here on "fox & friends first". thank you for starting your week with us. we have new information to tell you about about the man who tried to stop a group of
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motorcyclists from beating the driver of an suv. this as more of the suspects in the beating up here in court. robert moses is live with us in new york with the latest developments. >> 8 days after this incident occurred police in washington heights are still looking to speak to at least two men in connection with this assault. yesterday 37-year-old regular knoll reginald chance made his appearance. he broke the helmet of ex onand his wife and daughter. even though he did not participate in the beating his actions led up to the beating. hfz a beating witnessed by many people including this man sergio. we want to show you video. it is graphic video at that. but you can see him who was on his way to church stepping in and intervening.
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>> thati said let it go, man. let it go. somehow they stopped. >> and the new york city police department is also looking into whether an under cover detective along for the ride last sunday acted properly. he did not him get pulled out of the suv but he was nearby when all of that took place. the police department is looking into why it took four-days to report his represence. >> it will be interesting to get an answer to that. robert moses live for us. baby motrin recalled. it could contain plastic pieces. to request a refund for this product call this number
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1-877-414-7709. does money make people happy? researchers say in part it does. four-ways researchers say you can buy your happiness. spend money on other people. number two, spend money on social activities. number three, spend money on purchases like taking a vacation to the grand canyon and finally spend money on new activities maybe going bowling or ice skating. if you go to the grand canyon wait until the mongovernment sh down is over with. >> a moment a pickup truck came out of nowhere running into the path of the ford ranger. the ending to this frightening scene. >> man's best friend concerning what dog lovers already know that our four-legged friends have feelings, too. >> let's check in with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> good to know that dogs are
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people, too. the president weighs into the debate over the washington redskin's name saying the team should consider a change. an attorney joins us this morning to respond. one week after the government shut down started it is still going on. still no deal. donald trump and special report host bret baier with the latest in washington. and super model and fox news host carol alt gets her own bus. we have three hours of information kicking off 10 minutes from right now right here on your channel for news. actually progresso's soup has pretty bold flavor. i love bold flavors! i'd love it if you'd open the chute! [ male announcer ] progresso. surprisingly bold flavor for a heart healthy soup. was a truly amazing day.ey,or without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. from contractors and doctors to
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>> it is now eight minutes till the top of the hour. international inspectors began the process of destroying syria's
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stockpile of chemical weapons. the u.n. announcing the first weapons and equipment were taken off-line on sunday. the program is set to be eliminated in the next nine months. secretary of state kerry says the united states and russia are very pleased with the progress. >> the olympics off to a bumpy start. russian president putin lights the olympic flame in moscow but the eternal flame went out as a torch bearer ran through a passage way leading into the kremlin. luckily a security guard was standing by with a lighter as the torch will travel 39,000 miles across russia before next year's game. >> a couple in nevada celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary. they were married after world war war 2 three days after they met. they say the secret is to take one day at a time and
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not be afraid to fight it out. >> you're going to have arguments, i don't care what. you just have to work through it. that's about it. >> if you didn't have arguments, you wouldn't be alive. >> they have four children, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. >> it turns out dogs have feelings after all. after doing m.r.i. scans on their brains, scientists at emory university discovered our canine friends use the same part of the brain we do to feel. it's the same part we use in anticipation of things we enjoy like food, love and money. >> time now, it's 54 after the top of the hour. even barbie has to obey the law. the traffic lesson a seven and nine-year-old are learning this morning after parking their barbie jeep in the wrong place. >> a girl came home from school with a letter that she is overweight. that mother outraged.
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>> welcome back. it is about three minutes till the top of the hours. before you leave the house, here's what's happening. three-time indy 500 winner. dario franchitti tkar hospitalized after a crash at the houston grand prix. 14 people were injured when debris hit the stands. the clock is ticking towards a possible government default as we begin week two of the shutdown. the dracanoid media shower stharts -- meteor shower starts tonight and will continue through thursday. >> time to look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. a driver's speedy reflex saved his life. a driver avoids a potentially fatal accident
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by veering out of the way of a testimony pwelg truck. >> the bad, some say they would rather go without sex and alcohol rather than give up alcohol. >> police ticketed barby car but say it was a joke. >> we told you about a girl who went home with a letter warning she was overweight. we asked you about that. william e-mailed us totally inappropriate activity by school officials. another symptom of the government-run nanny state. >> perhaps the school administrators should get on the scale. >> my son at eight got the same letter. he is now 6'1" and 161
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pounds. teach, don't govern. >> they should take into consideration the student's level of body fat to determine whether they are weight was unhealthy. >> "fox & friends" starts rye now. bye. >>elisabeth: good morning. it is monday, october 7. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. new details this morning about two daring raids on enemy hideouts. one of america's most reported terrorists reportedly drugged, dragged out of his car and taken under siege for interrogation. >> a petrifying turn at the grand praoefplt -- pre. people jumping out of the way as the champ flies into the crowd there. >>brian: a

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