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good morning. it is sunday, july 20th. i'm lynn howard and we start with a fox news alert. there's an all-out roar at the southern border drug cartel firing .50 caliber weapons at agents. this is something we'll tell you about. all of this while we have exclusive new video you are looking at right now showing illegals crossing into the united states on jet skis. so where is the white house? guys, we have a lot to talk about this morning. new details this morning as well that say that rebels are moving victims' bodies from the malaysian jet airliner site in ukraine.
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the question is, where are they being taken and who is behind this strike? and the scare in the air with a hot air balloon crashing down into a neighborhood. good morning and welcome on better with friends. >> it is great to be in for anna, tucker and clayton. >> do not adjust your set. we are not the normal crew but vacations happen. >> i cannot believe what has all been going on in ukraine with the downing of the plane, but this is something else. >> a .50 caliber gun is a serious weaponry, and apparently some of the drug cartel are using those weapons against the border patrol agents firing across the border. take a look at this. this is a weapon of war being
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used against our officers. >> this is one of the things you would see on the back of the humvees in iraq of afghanistan. apparently the drug cartel had the weapons. and here's what we are learning now. on friday night, late sometime, these guys used this firing it in the direction of the border patrol agents. the border patrol agents were forced to take cover because of this. and then one of the border patrol agents was saying this appeared to be some sort of suppressive fire. that was being laid down enabling people to come across the border. >> we have exclusive video in regard to the attack. it's apparently something unprecedented at the border at the time. we know in the past month about 30,000 of the illegal children have entered across the rio grande valley. and it has become the most illegal boarder in the united
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states. >> the video you referenced shows the jet ski. we don't have video of the the .50-cal being fired at our men, but this is equally unbelievable. you have these guys coming over on jet skis across the rio grande river. and then our border patrol agentses stop the jet skis and tow one away, but there are still guys around there trying to capture the jet ski to try to get it back. it is almost funny in a way because it shows how easy it is to come into the united states. >> they are using every tool they possibly can to get those people into this country. and again, the motivation seems to be they believe that if they can just make it to the united states, they are here to stay. they will get amnesty. >> and there was a train called the beast transporting a lot of the illegal immigrants up towards the texas/mexico border. that had been derailed for a long time but it's back on track now. so we have now seen the illegal
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immigrants coming with these cartel-sponsored trips to america. the immigration border train now on jet skis, rafts and some other ways. and so many of these folks are being captured and many are dying on the rio grande as a result of their efforts. >> i have to say that we are not doing a whole lot to stop it. >> in an exclusive interview with janet withrow on foxnews.com. detailed very few border patrol agents involved with stemming this tide. the new attack, the new firing on america is something new. and really unprecedented. >> and there are new reports out showing that the obama administration was warned of this brewing border crisis that seems to have caught them by surprise. they knew about it a year ago. listen to ted cruz.
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>> i will say, i agree with president obama in one regard. we are seeing a humanitarian crisis. but it is a crisis of his own doing. it is the direct consequence of president obama's laws. i asked the border patrol agent, why are they coming? what has changed? every single border patrol agent sitting in the same room said the same thing, they are becoming because they believe they will get amnesty. that is why they are coming. >> and let's understand, back in 2012 governor rick perry of texas wrote to president obama talking about this problem. we also now know that a department of homeland security report received by them, by the
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university of texas @el paso, raised alarms about the federal government's capacity to manage this influx of thousands of illegal children coming from central america and mexico. so 2012, 2013, the signal was called out. and obviously there's been no activity to respond. >> right. we just heard from senator ted cruz a moment ago speaking in denver to a group of conservative activists over the weekend, but he has brought us legislation to de-fund the program, the deferred action for childhood arrivals program. and that's the program that allows children or potentially could allow children to stay in the united states legally if they were here 2007 on, they would be protected from deportation. he has a bill to de-fund that program and who knows if that will do the trick. another fox news alert for you now. ukrainian officials say pro-russian separatists have
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taken away the bodies recovered from the wreckage of malaysian airlines flight 17. the crash site remains up secured as investigators are only being allowed limited access. imagine if one of your loved ones were killed on that plane and you don't even know where his or her body is. peter doocy joining us live from d.c. has breaking information on that. peter? >> reporter: john, the 196 bodies that were left at the mh-17 crash site were loaded up onto trucks by pro-russia rebels and taken away. nobody knows where they are now and nobody can explain what happened to the other 102 bodies that were not taken away by the armed militants. but the militants and all passenger bodies are now missing from the field where most of the wreckage is spread out. the state department and the youukrainian prime minister are
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both claiming about access to the site. they said russian-backed separatists commit thursday to allowing full access to international observers and response teams and russia supported an osce statement calling for the same. we urge russia to honor its call and who publicly call on the separatists to do the same. here's what ukraine's prime minister said. >> they are encouraged to leave the crash site otherwise they claim to make -- >> it took the rebels several hours to remove 196 bodies from the site and recovery workers said they had no choice but to let the bodies go because the separatists had begun and the recovery workers don't. now the search is on for body parts near the site, but family
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members at this time don't have any way to claim the remains of their loved ones. back to you in new york. >> and this seems to be part in partial the history of the site. fox news is also reported that a man named strelco, a former kgb agent and perhaps still affiliated with russian military officials, oversaw the attack that brought down the malaysian airliner. he's also been in video and on twitter feeds in terms of commenting on the attack after it took place. so the mystery kind of deepens, john, the black boxes, where are they? the victims, all 200 of them, where are they? are they sanitizing the evidence of what russia may have been complacent in. >> one of the eyewitnesss on the
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ground, a journalist, said he saw a piece of wing on the ground with a hole that had obviously been blown, you can tell when a bullet goes through something, for instance, which way the bullet entered. is it caved in or caved out, he saw a wing with a piece of shrapnel suggesting an explosion outside the plane, the missile. they may be taking away all those kinds of bits of evidence and trying to pretend it was not a shootdown. >> that's the evidence we need. but in terms of the united states' response, president obama is calling for new economic sanctions and the idea is he thinks economic sanctions would basically help to contain vladimir putin. and one of the big questions is, would it do that? we'll hear a little bit later from ambassador john bolten who says the only thing vladimir putin understands is force. so we'll get back to that later. in the meantime, we'll talk about the headlines with other important news going on. a scary moment in the state of massachusetts when a hot air balloon hits a power line.
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look at this. oh! >> [ bleep ]. >> oh! boom! >> look at that massive balloon attempting to land in a residential neighborhood when it struck power lines causing an explosion. seconds later, another flash shows a second explosion. six people were on board at the time. five of them suffering severe burns. and now gaza is burning as israel steps up ground defenses on day four. more israeli troops are making their way over the border with the idea of demolishing a dozen hamas tunnels since yesterday. but that is not stopping the terror group. the palestinian gunmen disguised
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as israeli soldiers have killed two soldiers there. in the meantime, more violence in chicago. two people are dead and 20 injured in another rash of gun violence over the course of just 12 hours. one of the victims, how sick is this, an 11-year-old girl. she was at a sleepover, nothing more innocent than a girl at a sleepover, but she has lost her life this morning. police call the recent violence unacceptable coming a weekend after gunfire over the fourth of july left nine people dead and more than 60 injured. and finally, take a look at the photos of this couple flying in an airplane amazingly who were able to walk away. this small aircraft crashing in northern oregon after the pilot got too close to the treeline there. a wing was clipped and the plane went down landing on its nose. emergency crews arrived and the 81-year-old and 70-year-old occupants were walking around with minor injuries.
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unbelievable. and those are you headlines 12 minutes after the hour. >> good for them. >> thank goodness. you wouldn't want to be, as a pilot, those folks right there. >> but i also try to stay away from the trees when i get the opportunity. >> don't fly near the treeline, unless you have to. first the i.r.s. and now the justice department is in hot water this morning accused of targeting groups based on their political affiliation. details out of d.c. straight ahead. and the video is shocking. two teenagers in a brawl and the father actually egging them on. take a look at this. >> get him! [ bleep ] get hi>> i cannot ima thing. we are asking the question this morning, what should happen to that dad? definitely not dad of the year.
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first it was the i.r.s. but now the department of justice is accused of targeting conservative. operation choke is supposed to help protect residents of fraud, but instead this is hurting businesses that don't support the obama administration for policies that they don't like. a former chairman of the fdic is speaking out about the matter saying operation chokepoint is one of the most dangerous programs i have experienced in my 45 years of service. operating without legal authority and guided by a political agenda, unelected officials at the doj are discourage banks from providing basic banking services to lawful businesses simply because they don't like them. well, our guest is thomas dupree, deputy assistant general under george w. bush.
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good morning, how are you? >> good morning, thank you. >> tell us about this, this seems absolutely insane. the federal government saying to banks, loan here, don't loan here. be careful of this business. watch out for them. maybe we don't agree with him. so shut him down. is this true? and is it legal? >> well, it's very troubling at a minute mum. in many ways, it feels like we have heard the song before. first the i.r.s. and now the justice department. what i think is troubling about this is this takes the view of the justice department or political officials within the justice department that the businesses are doing something illegal or fraudulent, but the justice department has all sorts of tools in its arsenal to price cute them and to shut them down. it doesn't need to do things in this underhanded way where it is discourage banks from doing sorts of things on the qt. come out to prosecute if they are doing something illegal. if they are left unspeeding in
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the free market. >> we'll look at the business that is the fdic says. they pointed out in a federal government, lookout for the high-risk merchantsme. people who engage in firework sales, tobacco sales, tell marketing. is there something criminal or wrong on the face of these activities? >> there's nothing wrong on the face of it. and i think what is going on here is you have folks within the administration who view the lawful businesses as unsavory. and they realize that they don't have the evidence to actually prosecute them for anything because they are on raying lawfully. so what they want to do is discourage other entities in the financial system from doing business with them and maybe put them out of business that way even if they don't have the goods to actually shut them down directly. >> as we go out here, it's a business field that's being targeted up fairly but the federal government, by the doj. and that loans are being shut down, credit is being shut down,
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what remedy do they have to respond? >> well, it's a tough situation. ideally you could take it up with the justice department themselves, but we have seen they may not have open ears. they can notify congress. congress has been performing a useful function by putting a spotlight on this program and really calling the administration to account and saying justify what you're doing here. what right do you have to bring the resources the government to bear on these lawful companies. >> thomas dupree, we'll leave it there. thank you for bringing the spotlight there early sunday morning. we'll leave it there. thank you. the medical device that could give our heroes a chance for survival on the battlefield. it's really incredible. and -- what this ball girl did during the play that probably has her saying she'll probably get fired. oh, no. come on back. [ female announcer ] we help make secure financial tomorrows a reality
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good morning to you. it is 24 minutes after the hour. time for some headlines. is jury is siding with the widow of a long-time smoker who died of lung cancer. rj reynolds calls the decision grossly excessive and plans to appeal the case. then caught on camera. a devastating rock slide in china. people scramble from their cars as huge boulders fall in front of the cars sliding down a hill. you can see some of the people getting hit as they run for
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cover. 11 people were killed in that disaster. 19 others were injured. this is quite a story you have coming up, john. >> i love this story. a promising medical break through that could raise the chances of survival for the military men and women injured on the battlefield. in combat 90% of the deaths occur due to blood loss before a patient ever has a chance to reach a medical facility. 20% of these deaths occur at a junctional wound site as its known in the medical industry. scientists at john hopkins invented an injectable foam designed to stop the wounds from bleeding and save lives. sidney rooney is here, she's a scientist, working on her medical degree no longer at john hopkins, but vanderbilt, right? >> yes, that's correct. >> this is a project you came up with.
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>> yes, this is our senior development project with all undergrads on it. >> if there's a bullet wound, which is the most typical on the battlefield, if there's a bullet wound in the groin, thigh or somewhere near one of the major arteries that is bleeding badly, what do you do? how do you treat it? >> well, currently in the military the standard of care is to pack gauze into the wound. but our team in this day of technology can try to think of something better. so what our solution is a polyurethane foam. so if you think like a wall insulation foam that you up certify into the wound to expand and harden thus stopping the bleed. >> and it will stop the bleeding obviously. that's the major killer on the battlefield for the troops, right? they bleed out before helicopters have a chance to evacuate. >> especially these junction
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wounds. right now they are just packing gauze. since you don't know if there's immediate medical care or if they are still under fire, getting something that really can treat them on the spot and be able to keep them stable until they are able to reach a medical facility is really important. >> this is something designed to be used by their fellow troops. i mean, soldiers, marines and so forth, your buddy gets hit you would be able to kind of jab him with this gigantic pen-like thing and hopefully take care of the bleeding? >> yeah, it's actually the size of the expo marker. we wanted it to be portable for men and women serving. also, if necessary, soldiers are trained to apply the ternakit to themselves so they can get care when it happens. >> you started this at john hopkins and now are at vanderbilt medical school. where does research go from
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here? who is picking it up? >> we have been fortunate this year working with two positions down at all children's hospital in st. petersburg, florida. a john hopkins affiliate. they have taken the reigns forward and our clinical advisers down there are helping to hopefully get this project and continue it into the future after all us graduate. >> did you get an "a" on the project, i hope? >> yeah, we got an "a." >> it sounds like it has real promise. good for you. sidney, thank you for the invention and sharing it with us this morning and getting up early. we appreciate it, sidney rooney from vanderbilt university medical school. thank you, sidney. well, she says it was a simple mistake but the gun this mom legally opens to protect her and her children could get her thrown in jail for years. hear her story. and a couple teenager girls
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this is the first time i've worn a suit to a rock concert. ♪ your momma don't dance and your daddy don't rock and roll ♪ >> that is your shot of the morning. and that is a shot, indeed. jon scott, look at you go. she looks great, but -- you
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know. >> three chords. i was disappointed he department a didn't ask me to pick up the guitar. >> i thought he asked you to go on tour. >> bret michaels, he's had some health issues but is doing well. >> he just keeps on fighting and fighting with incredible talent. >> wait a minute, back to jon scott. he is trying to get us from talking about his dance moves. you looked great out there. >> we don't normally have rock concerts. so they asked me to get in on this one morning. i didn't know i was going to be up on stage with bret michaels. >> i was told by fox security that the bus was just pulling out and had to come get you off the bus. no one was injured. >> no. >> and jon had so much pent-up
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enthusiasm he had to let it go there on stage. jon scott, we love you. god bless you for that. >> let it go. satisfying my inner rocker. >> at 9:30 we will all dance. >> you dance beautifully together, you and elizabeth. oh, boy. speaking of oh boy, we have a story a lot of viewers will want to listen to. there's a young mother at the age of 27 years old. she's the bearer of a concealed carry permit in the state of pennsylvania. >> she's a victim of crime in the past, which is why she got a legal gun permit to carry a concealed weapon. >> that's right. so she had her handgun and was driving from the state of pennsylvania to the state of new jersey. she was driving to the atlantic city area, not considered a particularly safe area. she was driving late one night and was tired and swerved a little bit in the road. police pulled her over. she confessed that she had the weapon. peter, then what? >> well, now she's facing a
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mandatory minimum sentence in the state of new jersey of three years and up to ten years for possessing, not only the weapon, i think it's .380 but also hallow-point bullets. new jersey along with new york and other states are kind of unforgiving in gun possession laws. if you don't have a license, then you go to jail. no excuses. now n the state of new jersey, governor christie in the past has sentenced a person convicted of a similar offense. so there is some hope. but the issue is, should a mistake be punished with jail time for a mother who has been a victim of robbery in the past and who had a lawful license from the state of pennsylvania and forgot that she had the gun? >> clayton morris spoke to her about this case last week. here is some of what miss allen had to say. >> initially i got it for
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protection. i was working three jobs last year and i was working down in the city in philadelphia and i got robbed. that was the second time i actually got robbed, so initially i had a family member who had a license to carry and told me that was the best option for me with a single mom and taking my kids back and forth today care at night. so therefore that's why i got it. >> her kids are 3 and 11. and now she may have to go to jail for three years and lose her children. she does have this legally-owned weapon and does have it registered properly in pennsylvania. and that does not transfer to the state of new jersey. i have to say as a handgun owner, the vast majority of people know the laws and know you can't just drive a weapon across state lines. but to her credit, she admitted to it right away. >> she told the cop. >> they are hoping they will show her some leeway. >> this happens more often than we think. people forget or believe that somehow the license to own in
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one state is the same as another state. that somehow it's a federal right. it's a constitutionally protected right regulated by the state. so from time to time people get in the pickle. we hear of celebrities often in airports when they have packed a gun in a bag and have forgotten about it. and they are arrested in new york or new jersey. what do you think? should this woman go to jail? should she be given a break? should the state have to care for her children because she had a misunderstanding of the law and made a mistake? let us know. this is a really interesting issue. all right. good, we have headlines to bring you now. i can't wait to hear what you say about that story. a sleepless night for folks in one florida neighborhood. they also have the massive sinkholes opening up there and this one opened without warning. the springfield residents saw the road open up, no sound, just the pavement slowly sinking. that sinkhole is 40 feet wide
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and 30 feet deep. this morning more homes could be evacuated in that area. well, outrage is growing this morning over this shocking video. take a look. >> yea! get him! get him! >> that is a fight going on between two teenager girls. that voice that you hear is the father. he is egging on his teenager daughter in that fight and he is now facing charges this morning. in that video you can hear him yelling, hit harder and scratch her eyes out. can you believe that? what kind of dad does that? ohio police charged the teenager with disorderly conduct, but this dad could face six months in jail for encouraging the fight. what do you think of that? also, james garner, tv's maverick is dead at the age of 86. >> get out of here, maverick, you don't want any trouble. >> you're right, doc, not that kind. >> well, he's best known for his
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role in the western tv series and also a private eye on "the rockford files." james garner had success on the small and big screen and gained more fans in 2004 in "the notebook." it's a wonderful, terrific movie. so romantic. he was found in his los angeles home early this morning with the cause not yet known. we will miss him. well, one boston red sox ball girl thinks she's making a great play and then realizes her mistake. aic a look at this. >> her pulls it fair and it's handled by the ball girl. >> oh, poor thing. the ball girl scoops up the ball as soon as she realized it and dropped the ball. the look on her face is priceless. the play was ruled a double but maybe she should have taken advice from the coworker that
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was spotted snagging foul ball after foul ball. so two different ball girls here. those are your headlines. poor thing. >> give her a break. what do you say, janice dean? >> absolutely! >> if she were a ball girl in the state of new jersey, she would be in jail right now. >> really? >> just kidding. >> oh, okay. i just want to go back to the shot of the day with jon scott on stage. i know that side of you, jon scott. there's a reason why his nickname is johnny love. i just want to see him blush again. oh, here it is. here it is. this is fantastic. >> they were all there clapping for me. >> we need to see this side of you more often because you're so fantastic as a journalist. we all know that. breaking news is nobody better, but man, to see you with a cowboy hat on rocking it out with bret michaels. i love it. >> i love that side of you. we need to see more. >> i wanted to be a cowboy as a kid.
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i just never thought i would be a rock star. >> you're the best, johnny love. we'll take a look at the temperatures. you know what? it is chilly out here for july, the 20th, 68 degrees. i'll take it in new york city. 62 in chicago. 71 in minneapolis. warm across the south. you know what? temperatures are going to get up more seasonal across much of the country. taking a look at the radar, the showers are streaming in from new mexico and the southeast and northeast. for the most part, coastal areas escape with a nice day today. but then we start to see the humidity go up. the southwest will see showers and thunderstorms. the monsoonal moisture. but areas that need it across the northwest are not getting the rain. we have close to two dozen fires burning. and of course we're watching the northwest washington state for that terrible fire that is burning and has burned 100 homes. there are the temperatures across the northwest. tomorrow it remains warm and dry with breezy conditions. and we are watching that
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wildfire unfortunately over the next couple of days. temperatures will be warm with breezy conditions and really no containment. so that's what is going on in the weather department. and it is national, international ice cream day. so i picked the perfect day to do weather today. >> i love it. >> back to you inside. >> we'll have a great time. >> johnny love and ice cream. >> we'll dip into that. coming up, what if you had to deal with a three-day workweek? the world's richest man says it's a good idea but there's a big catch. and then also, did you know that 45 years ago today neil armstrong landed on the moon. coming up next, we'll talk with a former astronaut about the historic day and why the u.s. cannot afford to fall behind in the global space race, when we come back. in the nation, it's not always pretty. add brand new belongings from nationwide insurance...
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well, it was 45 years ago today and over half a billion people watched neil armstrong take the first steps on the moon. >> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> it is now four decades later and what is the legacy of apollo 11? joining me is a former astronaut and fox news contributor, thomas jones. what is your take on seeing this again today? >> i just remember seeing the first two humans walk on the moon. it was a milestone for all of us. they had set a goal in the early '60s and proved to the world we were going to deliver on our promises. that technical achievementis a landmark of the 20th century. >> so much excitement for the
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school kids and the nation as a time. i wanted to hear from buzz aldrin who spoke about this a moment ago. let's listen to his thoughts on it. >> how much do you remember about landing on the moon? >> it's not me. it's the american people. how much do they remember? where were they? every time you put your foot down, you spray out dust. and you put your foot down, and it's like no other footprint in the sand or dust on earth. you have a perfect imprint. those were -- they turn out to be little damn things on spur moment but they can be very meaningful. >> certainly. well, nasa today is very different. the space agency than back then. we have had $1.3 billion in cuts since 2009, but nasa is still doing a lot of good. tell us about the most important missions going on now. >> well, i think that we're, without question, the world leader in robotic exploration.
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we have two roving around on mars and a spacecraft bound for pluto. no other nation has been as successful with exploration as we have. and the time now is to put humans into deep space. we have visit the soviet moon in 2020. we should be going to a nearby asteroid to touch another alien world for the first time. >> when we go up to space, we have to piggy-back on russia paying them $70 million per astronaut because the space shuttle program ended in 2011. is there now a time to get back into doing this completely on our own? >> i think it's time for leaders to step forward and set a new goal for astronauts in deep space. america should be at the forefront of space exploration because it proves we are the technological leaders of the world. it adds a great deal to our economy, making us competitive, meaning that we are the country people turn to for technical
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this movie has our next guest saying he deserves oscar for best picture and his first five-star rating for the year. here with a full review of "boyhood" is fox news contributor and founder of the website, kevin mccarthy. >> this movie was shot over a 12-year period using the same four leading actors for all 12 years. you're dealing with ethan hawk, patricia arquette and laura licklighter. they met up and shot this movie
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dealing with a young boy growing up. there's something mind-blowing about watching the young boy grow up on camera, but it is a great concept and execution. the story and script is amazing. everything about it reminded me why i fell in love with movies to begin with. and there's something so unique and special about it. you have never seen anything like it. i was blown away by the emotional depth of it. right now i'm not a parent, and i can't imagine years from now sitting down and watching this as a parent and seeing a kid grow up on camera. everything about the movie is great. it's my first five out of five of the year. i highly recommend it. and i do want to mention it coming out on platform release. so right now it's in a few theaters across the country. over the next few weeks it's released throughout the country. check your local listings for when it will hit your city. >> the director took a real chance putting together a movie in this way, right? i mean, banking on having it -- go ahead. >> yeah, the young boy, he had
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no contract. he could have walked away in year ten. they had no contract whatsoever. so you're dealing with, they had to hire him. his parents were there the entire time, but that's the mind-blowing part of it. it was just a passion project that cost a little over $2 million to make. and now it's becoming this big deal. and right now if i were to pick it right now, it deserves best picture and best director. but again, we still have another six months of the year to go. so right now if the oscars would happen tomorrow, best picture for sure. >> so many of the big-budget movies have failed to yield the dollar that is the studios hoped for this year. this movie did not cost a lot to produce. are we going to see more of the cheaply produced movies that are more creative and staying away from the big budgets, the hollywood blockbusters? >> honestly, i do hope so. we are so inundated with
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prequels and sequels, that a film that comes out, if it does really well it will send a message. "transformers iv" made $800 million worldwide so far. that does not deserve to make this much money. this particular money is so unique. this is the kind of movie that deserves to be in every theater around the country, in my opinion. >> a good family movie, this one? >> it is "r rated" but the idea of bad language, when you're watching it, i wouldn't recommend it for kids, but i can see 14 and 15-year-old kids enjoying the movie. >> we'll leave it there. kevin mccarthy, thank you so much. >> thank you so much, guys. is president obama ignoring the pest of vladimir putin? and parents, it is called one of the most dangerous social media apps ever. it is growing bigger by the day. your kids may be downloading it. the important information you
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going? and who is responsible for shooting down that jet line her? we are live on that from washington. and just how good or bad an idea is this? you want to track your significant other no matter where they go or what they do or who they are with? yes, there's an app for that, too. we'll tell you about that here because mornings are better with friends, especially on a sunday. we are right here this morning. >> absolutely. tv spouses. >> i have one of those jet skis, a personal watercraft, jet ski is a brand made by kawasaki, but i have a jet ski but i do not use it to smuggle people across the rio grande. >> you can see the border patrol agents in that boat towing away
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one of the jet skis or one of the personal watercraft carriers. towing it away after they nab the guy bringing people over. >> this is an incredible story because fox news is now confirming that border patrol agents were sent scrambling for cover after coming under heavy attack by heavy fire at the border. .50-caliber weapons being fired by members of the mexican drug cartel perhaps across the rio grande as border patrol agents who had to take cover. it's important to point out they do not have the appropriate armor to sustain such an attack. and after the attack took place, dozens of illegal immigrants came out of the woods, the bushes as it were and turned themselves in as a result of that. apparently the fire was used to cover their legal entry. >> here's how the border patrol was explaining it, this machine
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gunfire is coming across the border. look at that right there. this is the same equipment that the u.s. forces use in iraq, afghanistan, around the globe. and this is possessed by the drug cartel agents right now. so this weapon fired at our agents. our agents had to take cover and were referring to it as what seemed to be suppressant fire. they stopped the border agents from doing anything about it so that 40 to 50 could cross the border, get over here and give themselves up to now be in the united states. >> the slugs of a .50 caliber weapon are so big that body armor really won't do you much good. and i believe, weapons experts can correct me if i'm wrong, but i believe you can use this as an anti-vehicle weapon. you can fire this at and engine block of a truck, such as the border patrol agents would be driving, an suv, and shut it down. that's really the kind of power
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that they have. >> and congressman louis gomer who is an outspoken advocate to the right to border patrol agents and the right to americans insuring there is not this legal type of immigration. one told fox news, quote, i don't know why we are out there like sitting ducks. we need help. >> and not only that but we are increasingly becoming concerned about the types of people who are coming over. you know, many in the administration, many on the left. like the pain of the defenseless children coming over here to start a new life to get away from horrible things happening in their own home country. we are now learning also that gang members are coming across the border. and ronald coburn, deputy chief of border security, was on last night on judge jeanine pirro's show and saying what a big national security threat these people are. listen to this. >> we do watch the social
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networks, the electronic networks, where we see the cartels boasting about their games being made and laughing at the u.s. government's handling of this situation. and we are talking about tattooed up killers coming across. yes, they may be only 15 years old, but they have killed in their countries and are coming here, not to contribute to society, but to prey on society. >> and we know now about the 57,000 illegal immigrants, children, that came accord the boarder in the nine months leading up to july 2014. but what hasn't been revealed in the past and is now being revealed is that the white house apparently hid the huge spike of families crossing the border. so-called family units at the border patrol and not just children reportedly from the white house fleeing their homes
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in the south american country. showing it doubled, family units, have inkreesd five-fold. and that seems to be the hidden piece of the puzzle we have not heard before until today. >> and the economic cost of this is something that i think we have not quite fully realized just yet. just wait until those kids start coming into our schools in the fall and affecting that. just wait until the tax on our health care system and the tax on our medical system and the tax on the welfare system. and all of that because we have to completely take care of these people. >> that is right. we have another fox news alert. the crash site the malaysian flights mh-17 remains up secured. the ukrainian emergency officials say pro-russian separatists have taken away the bodies recovered as investigators are only being allowed limited access to the wreckage. peter doocy is joining us live
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from washington, d.c. with breaking news. >> good morning. now the same rebels suspected of blasting mh-17 out of the sky have removed 196 bodies from the wreckage. recovery workers say they had no choice but to let the bodies go because the rebels had begun and the workers didn't. the latest word is that these 196 bodies were loaded up onto refrigerated train bound for a rebel-held city. there are 102 bodies scattered about. body parts are all that remains on the site along with the aircraft. family members don't have any idea exactly where their loved ones are and the ukrainian prime minister said separatists have made accessing the wreckage very hard. >> they stayed for more than an hour at the crash site.
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and we were asked to leave the fresh site. otherwise they claimed to make the same claim. >> it is also clear how the rebels got their hands on the adjusted welfare system. the russians gave it to them according to two u.s. officials who know what the la intelligence is given to president obama at camp david this morning. an important amount of these are being smuggled in to the country. >> we are still getting a lot of information in on that, but one of the top stories today is the border patrol and what's
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happening along the border. we have a lot of news to bring you this morning, but right now we have a few more headlines. we have scarying moments in the state of massachusetts with this hot air balloon hitting a power line. take a look at this. >> oh! [ bleep ]. >> they hit the pole. >> oh! >> what? >> i hope no one -- >> oh! >> you can see all the houses in the area, the cars, too. this massive balloon was attempting to land in a residential neighborhood when it struck some power lines causing the explosion. then seconds later another large flash shows the second explosion. six people were on board at the time. five of them suffering burns. the faa is now investigating. how scary that is. and then moments ago, the israeli defense forces approving a limited humanitarian cease-fire in gaza. this break in the fighting is supposed to last for the next hour and a half. so the dead and wounded can be evacuated from the gaza area.
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well, this comes after intense artillery barrages this morning. 40 palestinians reportedly killed in the blast. well, three people are dead after a small plane crashes in upstate new york near the town of lake placid. it was a small single-engine plane that burst into flames upon impact. witnesses say it was trying to land when it had to pull up and circle the airport to avoid another plane. the plane wasn't able to make a second attempt and crashed into a farm less than a mile from the runway. and then it was tiers, smiles and salute to north carolina. soldiers return home from afghanistan. it is always great to see those. olga says she has not seen her son since september. nick says he missed his girlfriend and his bass guitar the most. thanks, mom. come on, nick! what is up with that?
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he says he hopes to join a band now that he's home. welcome back. job well done. those are your headlines. let's give the mom some credit there. >> absolutely. let's ask this question, is president obama ignoring history in the handling of president putin? our key to success may lie in the policies of past presidents if only the president paid attention. let's see if history can be a guide. a quiet neighborhood, swallowed up by the earth is a dangerous situation that does not appear to be getting better any time soon. in the nation, it's not always pretty.
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brand new video released moments ago shows what appears to be the black box for doomed malaysian flight mh-17. recovery crews have been serging the field where the plane crashed in ukraine. 196 bodies have been recovered which have been taken away reportedly by pro-russian separatists. and on this very topic, president obama taking to the podium on friday to outline his strategy for handling putin and the crisis in ukraine. >> i made clear to president putin that our preferred path is to resolve this diplomatically. but that means that he and the russian government have to make a strategic decision are. they going to continue to support violent separatists whose intent is to undermine the government of ukraine or are they prepared to work with the government of ukraine.
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>> by words and by action, what should president obama do now? our next guest says he will learn in the handling of the ussr and russia. good morning to you, van. >> good morning. >> there seems to be a disconnect with this president and a lot of people are saying, where was the passion and the outrage the other day? we'll look at a few past presidents and talk about how they reacted to the ussr and to russia. we'll talk about ronald reagan first. >> reagan understood the soviet union for what it was, the evil empire. and he said something to lead to the disintegration of the soviet union. we won the cold war because we were strong. >> i'm coming before you tonight
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about a korean airline massacre. the attack by the soviet union against 269 innocent men, women and children. there was absolutely no justification, either illegal or moral, for what the soviets did. >> there was the president there earlier before the president's cup. vladimir putin is cut out of the same cloth as the key to cr announce that you're not floupg to fully implement missile defense for eastern europe, when you have a trillion dollars in defense cuts over the next ten years, you do all those kinds of things. it sends the wrong kind of message to a thug and him, there
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was another president who was direct and showed his intermoral compass. watch jfk with me during the 1962 cuban missile cries is and then comment on that for being a lesson to president obama. >> i call on chairman kruschef to stabilize relations between our two nations. >> there was a president with a vision and president with a foreign policy at a regard to nuclear weapon and the stewardship of richard nixson,
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let's watch him talk about respect to the united states. something that we apparently didn't hear on friday from president obama in response to the ukraine shootdown. president nixson. >> that a forthright military power like korea will seize a ves until the high seas. it is time for new leadership to start! >> then how important is sepds the signal but the need for respect for our country and our people and for this kochb nation of the world will help respore power in the war. so it is important for a commander and chief to do that. what america needs today is another president to get on air
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force one and go to dude pest and warsaw and prague and tell the people there we will stand with eastern europe and reverse the decision to gut the united states army to the pre-world war ii levels and fully implement feds to eastern europe. that will also give him a chance to learn respect and strength in the presidency. >> we'll see you soon with your advice. thank you for being here. parents, listen up. it is called one of the most dangerous social apps growing bigger and bigger by the day. the important information you need to know toprotect your family. >> and the promising new life for the military that could save their lives and give them a
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be just working three days a week. and prince george is 1 year old and celebrating taking his first steps. the royals have a peter rabbit themed birthday party. >> i would work until 75 for a three-day workweek. >> not bad. imagine this app that takes vicious rumors one finds on the walls of a restroom and puts it on social media for everyone in your circle to see with yik-yak that has become a reality. now this is growing bigger. the company has raised $10 million to expand its plans to take this concept global. so what do you say to your teens about using this thing? here with more information is the man we call dr. chuck, drexel university psychology professor, charles william. thank you for being with us on this sunday morning. >> thank you for having me.
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>> yik-yak, they are coming up with new and novel ways to use the internet, especially personal communication devices, mobile phones and so forth. it's sort of geographically restrictive, as i understand. you can communicate with people who are in your company, maybe in your school, maybe on your college campus. and even though it's supposed to be restrictive, you are not supposed to use pornography, you're not supposed to bully people, that's the first thing a lot of folks are doing with this. >> right. as i was preparing to do this story, jon, i downloaded the my. and within seconds there were derogatory comments made about women, about blacks and gays, asians, you name it. and i have not seen this kind of bullying behavior, specifically cyber bullying, so quickly from other sort of apps new on the scene because they tend to focus on encouraging this, imagine this pro-social behavior. friends, family, colleagues,
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that sort of thing. for some reason it seems like this lends itself more to bullying than other apps like facebook or instagram. teens need to be aware of that and so, too, do parents. >> it's one thing for me to call you out on a website to tell you what i think about you but these are all done anonymously, right? >> right which is the problem we see an increase in bullying. young people are attempting suicide. then unfortunately the completion of suicide is the anonymity of being online in social media. the fact that people may not know who you are encourages some folks in the setting to say post mean things and target other people. >> there was a new york magazine written by a high schooler saying a student has diabetes
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and that makes me happy. that's something you wouldn't say in person but anonymous you can say it. what should parents, do, dr. chuck? as an educator dealing with parents and communities a lot, i would say there's no law that says your kids need to be on social media. and today many social media sites like this encourage anti-social abouttivity can encourage you to feel good or bad about yourself. >> lift somebody else. don't put them down. >> doctor, great to have you on. >> thank you. a quiet neighborhood street gets swallowed up by the earth. we'll tell you about the sinkhole and why do they keep happening? and it is time for dessert
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youtube. >> a dog is capable of showing remorse and making amends. >> no wonder he's man's best friend. >> i'm sorry i took your toy. >> cute. >> so cute. and then there's this. just how bad an idea might this be? it's a new app that will track every detail of your partner's lives. mmm. until you partner it in with your phone. you know there are text messages and videos, see what is downloading and allegedly that was done with their consent. but this has to be a lawyer's
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dream of a violation of privacy. >> it is something you do to show the ultimate trust in one another. you know, i'm all for trust, right? >> it's doing -- but then how do you buy your significant other a gift without them knowing about it? that's just one of the potential products. >> how do you do something -- honey, there's something stuck here. spring hill residents said they saw the earth open up, no sound, but just the ground sinking. the sink hole is 40 feet wide and 30 feet deep so far. more homes could be evacuated
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and jon scott said it is national ice cream day and what better way to celebrate than to bring back baskin robins. you are the fastest scooping guy here? >> i own the world record for the fastest scoop, 19 scoops in a inn many. we'll just have fun today and i'll show you how to scoop. >> i came prepared rolling up my sleeve and rolling up the jacket. peter -- >> this is chocolate ice cream, what are you thinking? >> the reason we are using chocolate ice cream is baskin robins is the flavor to make you the happiest. we want you the have fun. so we'll do the happy dance. >> give me a little technique here. >> there's a couple different techniques.
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>> and this is straight across. >> how did you learn this? >> i've been serving baskin, ki robins. >> what are the favorites? >> chocolate, jamocha, strawberry and rocky road. >> of course. i do this just about every day. >> that's one. >> go! go! come on, i'm going to take you on. >> this is not fair. >> here we go. national ice cream day at baskin robins. we are giving away a raffle c e
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now for some quick headlines. just because texting and driving is illegal in some places doesn't mean anystopping. a new study finds there's no difference in the number of crashes related to cell phones before and then after laws went into effect. researcher says the study shows the laws need to be better
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enforced. and you may want to think twice before ordering that redbull and vodka. a new sturdy shows mixing energy drinks with alcohol actually increases the urge to drink. researchers found the caffeine brings out the stimulant in alcohol that makes us want to drink more. heather? very interesting. peter, thank you. democrats are taking another bite at the health care apple this week with their attempt to force through another cont contraceptive mandate. is this a failure in politics? >> democrats believe five men on the supreme court should not be allowed to deny american women access to critical health care like contraception. i understand republicans want to run and hide in this issue. and i can't blame them for that. but we're not going to let them sweep this under the rug. we are going to vote again on this issue before this year is
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out. >> here for debate on that is alison howard. and alexis miguel johnson. alexis, let me start with you. employers are required to provide this coverage, a mandate, that failed and didn't have the votes, so now what? >> it didn't fail. it put everyone -- >> it didn't go through. >> the legislation didn't pass however it created the opportunity for every elective in the chamber to go on record where they were pro-womens health or anti-womens health. this was about getting to 2014, the midterms, and being able to say, two and red are about politics for me. so republicans on the other side are pushing their own legislation that says that no employer can block access to
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women's contraception. so that's pretty clear where we stand on things. >> when you are talking pro-women, you have to be talking about the business owners that filed against the mandate because they felt like their religious and morning attacks. thankfully the supreme court said, you are covering an abortion-induced drug. even if you don't care about access to abortion, this is a win. the government can't force you to pay for things that you religiously object to. >> democrats always talk about a woman's right to choose, and the choice being the most important thing. there's a new department of labor regular thags that is retroactive to july 1st. and it requires companies to notify employees if free contraception isn't offered. so there's a woman could choose
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or not choose to work at a company like that. do you agree with that? >> i think that would be a choice if that were a real choice. it's a false choice they are working at a minimum wage job. birth control is quite expensive. when you look at the medically proven long-acting reversible contraception like an ied the subject of the hobby lobby -- >> we are talking about abortion-up deu abortion-inducing drugs. and it is wrong for women to say this is against birth control. i'm paying for it but you can't have it. >> we can argue on and on about this, but i want our viewers to hear from this. a democratic wong woman
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preparing this entire date to boka horan. is this the type of thing we need in society? >> i think women are still being denied basis to health care in nigeria. i'm not connecting them but saying there's an underlike outrage about the lack of progress that we are in. >> this is people's belief but that's not how the body works.
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>> the debate will not end. we would love to know what you think about this. allison and alexis, thank you for coming in. this sounds crazy. a 5-year-old guy is teaching his son to wrestle an alligator. oh, boy. the father and his son will explain why it is all in the family. and how easy is et to get into the united states. all you need is a jet key ski. we'll be right back.
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oh, boy. this is quite a story. move over, baseball, forget about t-ball. this father and son bond through wrestling alligators. this father hopes that his son will eventually take over the gator farm. this is one of the largest and oldest. the family has been working with alligators for five generations now. >> i think they are down in new orleans, though. unless they opened a farm in florida. anyway, mike and blaiz clebare are here to talk about their unique family business. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> mike, you have been doing this for years. i guess your father started the place? >> actually, my grandfather started it. >> wow, okay. you grew up wrestling gators. how old were you when you started?
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>> man, probably before i started walking i was playing with babies on the floor. >> no kidding. blaze, when did you start wrestling the alligators? >> i don't know. >> awfully young, huh? >> awfully young. is it scary? >> no. >> and we're looking at a picture of you right here holding the alligator's jaw. do they ever nip at you? >> what? >> do they ever bite you? >> no. >> you're an awfully brave little boy. >> tell us about the technique. how do you approach an alligator so he does not chomp on you? >> i don't know that. only my dad day. >> what do i tell you the rules are when you jump on an alligator, what do you do? >> i have to put my feet under the legs. and i hold the mouth up.
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>> all right. that sounds like a pretty good way of going about i it. mike, i have a son blaze's age, and when i see this, what do you think? >> it's our culture. that's what i've been doing my whole life. so he doesn't remember when he started wrestling gators. just like my dad and me. >> i remember when alligators were on the endangered species list. >> through the cops ovatinserva my grandpa, the alligator went on the endangered species list.
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dying a the age of 86. and scary moments in the sky. >> oh! >> a hot air balloon crashing down into a neighborhood and it's all caught on camera. welcome. mornings are better with friends. the 20th of july. how is it the 20th of july? >> it has gone fast. a lot of folks are covering extensively what happened over the weekend in ukraine with the downed jet. and we have another major story unfolding. fox news confirming our border control agents were sent scrambling for cover after they came under heavy fire by .50-caliber machine gun weapons along the southern border. boy, it's hard to imagine. >> unbelievable.
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we'll look how long it has been a contention of the border patrol agents that are very often outgunned when it comes to what they've got. they have sidearms that usually carry rifles in their pickups, but take a look at that thing. that is a battlefield weapon of .50-caliber rifle. that fires a very big slug capable of penetrating a car. that's being used against some of the border patrol agents late saturday night. >> and prepondera.50-caliber we used along the busiest sector for immigration over the last couple of months. over 30,000 illegal immigrants, most of them children, crossing there. >> here's what we are learning. a this gunfire came in. our border patrol agents had to run for cover and that then somewhere between 40 and 50 people crossed the border and said, okay, here we are. so our border patrol agents have
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no choice but to take these people in and start to bring t processing. of course, that's what we are all paying for right now. >> heavy weaponenry and suppressive fire keeping the border agents pinned down to get their people smuggled across the rio grande. >> according to reports, it's the first time there's been fire coming from across the border into america. border patrol agents encountered illegals with weapons but not shots are fired from mexico across the border into the united states. >> it's a dangerous job for the border patrol agents today. and one of the questions we are asking is where is the white house on this? what are they doing to protect our men and women serving the country down there? but also how are they protecting us here in the united states? we have to pay a hefty bill for these people coming across the
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united states. some of them rightfully so need help, but others are concerned about dangerous gang members. this is exclusive to fox news video that we have. we know about people walking by car and by truck. but now there's evidence of jet ski reentry and escape into the united states. jet skis have become more and more part of the transportation modality for the illegal immigrants and their drug cartel handlers. and here we see it again as they cross the rio grande being used. >> they are small and fast and can operate in fairly short water. f for, my arms the outperform, the
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jet skis are there. >> they say border patrol agents agree that the crisis is due to president obama's lack of focus on the issue. what did senator ted cruz say in denver yesterday? >> i will say i agree with president obama in one regard. we are seeing a humanitarian crisis. but it is a crisis of his own making. it is the direct consequence of president obama's law. i asked the border patrol agents, you are seeing these people coming every day. why are they coming? what has changed?
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every single border patrol agent sitting in the room said the same thing. they are coming because they believe they will get amnesty. that is why they are coming. >> senator cruz also is developing a new piece of legislation to de-fund one of the programs that is allowing some of these families and some of the children to come over here. $3.7 billion is the amount that the administration wants for this year alone. just for 2014 to take care of. >> you go to ellis island, there were folks who were wanting to come into this country during the wave of immigration, but because they may not have passed the medical checks, whatever, they were turned away. and we don't seem to have the ability to do that with this wave of folks pouring across the border. >> we talked about the israel of lack of help and prevention matte
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matters. we take pain in this country to try to vaccinate and eliminate, but they are back. in the meantime, we have headlines to bring you this morning. take a look at what happened in massachusetts. scary moments for folks in this neighborhood with a hot air balloon coming crashing down into a neighborhood. look at this. >> oh! [ bleep ]. >> oh! whoa! >> that is the most dangerous thing the pilots of the hot air balloons will tell you. electrical wires. the balloon was attempting to land when it showed an explosion. six people were on board at the time with five of them suffering severe burns. the faa is now investigating. now to another major story we have been covering all weekend long. a fox news alert. a cease-fire now declared in gaza between the israeli defense
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forces and hamas. well, that is now over. the site was supposed to allow and hour and a half to be eliminate eliminated. the request for the cease-fire came after intense artillery fire. and the brakes have been hit on the new ctf version from cadillac is being told to shut shut off the engine with somebody's knee. this year gm has recalled 15 million cars and 16 deaths
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linked to that so far. and the actor james garner, television's maverick, dead at the age of 86. >> let's get out of here, maverick, you don't want any trouble. >> you're right, doc. not that kind. >> terrific actor there. he was best nope for his role in the western tv series and also as a private eye on "the rockford files." james garner had success in big and small screams and had new fans after starring in "the notebook." so many of us have seen that movie. he was also a korean war vet and received the purple heart. he was found in his los angeles home early this morning with the cause of his death not yet known. those are your headlines. >> and you don't hear that anymore. the the battlefield is where we
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honor him. and this navy s.e.a.l. was railroaded out of the military, so why was bowe bergdahl given a pass? charles bigby is joining us with more on that when we come back. and this ball girl wishes she could take back that moment. she was doing her job. the face says it all. ly probably get fired, she says. ♪
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a fox news alert. brand new video just released moments ago. see the orange object in that man's hand. we believe that to be one of the so-called black boxes that are painted orange from the doomed malaysian airlines flight 17. >> recovery crews have been searching the area where the plane crashed but they have run into problems with pro-russian separatists. >> peter doocy is live on the developing information coming in from overseas. peter, good morning. what can you tell us about the black boxes and whether or not investigators are being allowed onto the site? >> reporter: i can tell you right now 196 bodies of passengers that were aboard mh-17 are in refrigerated train cars headed for the rebel-controlled city in ukraine. the same rebels that are suspected of shooting mh-17 out of the sky. four emergency workers handed
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the bodies over and they say they didn't have a choice because the rebels had guns and they didn't. 102 bodies are still missing. and an official with the organization for security and cooperation in europe is telling reporters bodies that haven't been found may have been incinerated. our team on the ground now is also telling us pieces of the 777 jet have now disappeared from the crash site. this comes as the ukrainian prime minister is complaining that rebels have been making an official investigation very difficult. >> they were allowed to stay for about an hour at the crash site. and otherwise they made claims -- >> the russians gave the rebels the sophisticated anti-aircraft weapons used to destroy mh-17
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according to two u.s. senior official who is have seen the most recent intel assessment give to president obama this weekend at camp david. the weapons systems have reportedly been smuggled back into russia. according to the wall street journal now there's evidence that a russian commander named igor gerkin helped separatists take a successful shot at the commercial airliner. gerkin has been in ukraine the last few months helping russia rebel against the ukranian government. thank you for bringing us the latest. president obama pledged what he wants to do about it by introducing economic sanctions that are new unless the country agrees to a cease-fire and cooperating with the pro livic crowd. there are a whole lot of things out there. the only thing that vladimir putin understands is force.
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>> how do we sfond putin and russia and the ukraine situation in a force fill way. we have the chairman of the international defense organization, what kind of president does america need? he talked about the issues we are facing and what others have do done. >> what america needs and the free world needs today is another kennedy, nixon or reagan on the world stage to stand up to the bear in the woods and outfox the old kgb agent. we need a president to get on air force one and go to budapest, warsaw and prague and tell the people there we are going to stand with eastern europe and reverse the investigation to gut the army to pre-world war ii levels and infiltrate eastern europe. >> and he has outlined a lot of
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different things and a lot of the americans were anticipating in the president's remarks on friday, uh know we talked about it here last week, how will the president respond? will he be talking about sanctions or be talking about a criminal process? will he be talking about charging people involved? frankly we department hear those outlined at all. >> there was a report that the missile that shot down the plane originated on the russian side of the border and transported across the border into ukraine to help the separatists shoot down the ukrainian military. they had been taking back a lot of ground that the separatists explored. then this was quickly acted after they realized what they had done and the world realized
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what they had done. another story we are paying attention to out of pennsylvania and new jersey. a woman who says it was a simple mistake. she took a gun that she legally carried in her home state to protect herself and her children. now because she drove across lines with the weapon, it could putter in jail for years. and a little piece caught on camera with an awe-inspiring photo. you have to see it to believe it. we'll explain. at legalzoom you can take care of virtually all your important legal matters in just minutes. now it's quicker and easier for you to start your business, protect your family,
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welcome back. take a look at these photos. the couple in this plane was amazingly able to walk away. the pilot flew too close to the treeline. when emergency crews arrived, the 81-year-old and 70-year-old occupants were walking around with just minor injuries. boy, that's incredible. and the roof of a prison in texas comes crashing down. trapping dozens of inmates and injuring 20 inmates. officials say drywall fell from the ceiling in a housing area where 84 inmates were being held. ten prisoners were actually taken to the hospital. jon? well, so far there has not been any discipline handed out
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for army sergeant bowe bergdahl who walked away from his base five years ago. in fact, he's back on active duty and will get a nice paycheck from the military, backpay or so it would seem, but our nest against, a former navy s.e.a.l. was punished after helping capture one of the world's most wanted terrorists. joining me is former navy s.e.a.l. and author of "battle on the home front." you got into becoming a navy officer why? because obviously you were a smart guy. you were on the wrestling team there? >> yes. >> you do a couple tours in iraq. what was the most important mission that you feel like you
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have conducted there? >> we were primary in direct action, part of the military, but we saw a distinct separation in 2007 under president bush and 2009 with president obama. when we look at tahmooressi being stuck in mexico and now bowe bergdahl. there's a loss of faith in the president by the military, it's amazing. >> you were involved in capturing the guy who most people remember was one of the more horrific incidents in the iraq war when the blackhawk contractors had bodies hanged from a bruise in fallujah. >> he claimed we abused him. he took the word over eight navy s.e.a.l.s. >> he got punched in the face. >> but had no marks. >> you were court-martialed but
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exonerated. >> eight of us went to court-martial. i didn't go there but all charges were dropped on all of us but our careers were still destroyed. >> and you wrote this book and got in hot water for this. >> so i went ahead with the approval progress. my command won't touch it. so if i ignore it, maybe it will go away. if you are not going to work with me in my own up standards, i will publish it anyway. it is critical of the president, correct? >> it is, but i do identify him as my boss. he's my commander and chief and i will address his orders. t there are acute deficiencies in the way he governs, especially with the army. >> essentially you consider
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kicked out, right? >> yes, just recently we won the court case with my attorney friend and we reversed it in a 5-7 measure in or favor. >> if they didn't overturn this, you wouldn't be eligible for benefits or anything. and they are going to give him tax pay. >> everyone who knows bergdahl says he's a curd, but everyone who knows tahmooressi has said for him to be released. >> thank you for coming in. she says it was a simple mistake. but the gun this mom legally owns to protect herself and her young children could now put her in jail for years. your e-mails are pouring in.
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♪ that is your shot of the morning. is that real? that is a car, a cadillac, i think, that they turned into a pool. it took two guys nearly six
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years to create the cadillac hot tub. it's a hot tub on top of that. peter, stud, lookout. it uses a v-8 engine to keep the water at the right temperature. the creators plan to race the caddy and hope to be the first ones to hit 100 miles per hour in a hot tub. >> when did you come up with the idea for this, jon? >> i would love to be the creator or better yet the owner of that vehicle. but i can't claim it. i can't claim any credit for it. california dreaming works. >> that would burn through gas very quickly, very expensive. >> i love that. >> i do, too. it's great to be an american. a lot of chlorine in there. and then we're going to let you know what some of your thoughts are about this story we brought you earlier in the program. a mistake leads to a philly mother facing three years on gun
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charges. she speaks with "fox and friends" about the entire ordeal and is hoping for leniency after she carried her legally registered hidden firearm in her purse. she took it across state lines into new jersey. got stopped by the police for a traffic infraction. she told the officer it was there. now she's facing three years in jail. >> or maybe even ten, minimum of three. she's never had any type of criminal record whatsoever. it was a concealed carry permit that she actually possessed, but the permit even though it's a permit for pennsylvania, does not extend itself to new jersey as is the case with many states because the states govern gun control lawser the most part. >> and this month star looshe se to us about her situation. >> initially i got it for
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protection. i was working three jobs last year and i was on my way to downtown philadelphia when i got robbed. that was actually the second time i got robbed. a family member told me a firearm was the single best option for me. >> either she admitted and told the officer who stopped her. he asked for her license and i.d., and she just said, i want you to know, i have a gun in here. in fact, this was a case where she thought she knew the rules in one state but didn't know they weren't the same in another. the law is based on individual cities, counties and states. so there is a federally prote protected right to bear arms
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under the institution. but it is regulated by counties and states. owning a gun in one state does not allow you carry in another sta state. the problem with new jersey is it is an unyielding law. there's a minimum sentence. so whatever your excuse is, you have the gun and no license, you're going to jail. we are familiar with this facet of the law. just because you own one in your home state, you cannot transfer it. she was a new gun owner. >> you have been sending e-mails and nancy says, no, i don't believe this mom should be held for three years and have her children separated from her. this is similar to our soldier
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sitting in the mexican jail who made a mistake. what has happened to common sense? >> and donna says, thing is ridiculous, jail for three years? she admitted to having a gun. new jersey needs to cut her slack. and she had been robbed several times. and erin writes, while this is an unfortunate situation, she should have done research before traveling. >> erin says the law is the law. a florida jury is siding with the widow of a long-time smoke who are died from lung cancer at the age of 36. r.j. reynolds is the second largest cigarette manufacturing company in the country making brands for camel and winston. they call this decision grossly expensive and plans to appeal. i would love your take on that
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later. and two teenager girls fighting it out in a park. you can hear the voice of a man over the video. and it is a dad egging on his teenager daughter in a fight. he is now facing charges in that video. you can hear him yelling, hit harder, scram her eyes. ohio police charged them with disorderly conduct for this. and look at this storm cloud revealing these blue skies. how beautiful is that? the quick photographer said it looked like god is part of the cloud. that is beautiful. and one boston red sox ball girl thinks that she made a great play and realizes then she
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made a mistake. look at this. >> he pulls it fair and it's handled by the ball girl. >> she scooped up the ball by mistake. and a couple weeks ago, this girl was spotted scooping up foul ball after foul ball. she told us what you need to do to become a ball girl. >> one of the requirements is that you have to play college softball. so you have to know the game and have to have fielding skouls. >> boy did she ever. >> there is so much interesting in baseball. you see the ball coming and you want to grab it. >> give her a pass, let's go. >> keep her in the job. we'll talk about the weather. it's muggy and humid here on the east coast.
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janice dean is watching all kinds of stuff across the country. >> did janice change her wardrobe from earlier? >> yes. another lovely look. >> a quick change because it is national ice cream day. if you missed it earlier, heather spilled a chocolate ice cream all over me. she did not mean to. we both have young children. >> it was intentional. >> here's the thing, peter, peter's a lawyer. >> yes. >> do i have a lawsuit? >> no, friends don't sue friends. there's also something called workers compensation.hat's true. >> absolutely. >> and there's a dry cleaners down the block. >> there's payback and you have carvel coming up. there's no lawsuit but payback. >> ice cream later on. let's take a look at this beautiful day in new york city. we have had a few sprinkles early on for national ice cream day, but the skies are clear, 66 in cleveland and chicago. and it will warm up. look at this map.
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oh, yeah, baby, 97 in rapid city. 89 in kansas city. so the cooler air we saw last week, things are going to become more seasonal for the summertime. across the northeast, you could get a little shower or two. not looking at a washout along the gulf coast toward the southwest and towards the northwest where they need the moisture. they are not getting it today. a couple his today. where are you from? >> columbus, ohio. >> do you know each other? >> no. >> now you do. ice cream coming up and ice cream wrestling. back to you guys. >> we also need your tweet. tweet@janicedean. tweet how do you get chocolate ice cream out of a white dress? >> good question. >> tips from janice. something a little more serious for sunday now, up next, the terrorist in iraq who is
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i want one. main street in salt lake city taken over by a 1,000-foot-long slip and slide. the first slight the city event for the city of salt lake. 3,000 people were slipping and sliding down main street. >> that looks like a lot of fun. now to a very serious and tragic topic to talk about on a sunday. isis is on the march in iraq. and in one city the threat to christians has never been greater. in mosul the terrorists have given christians three options, convert to islam, pay or die. >> so can anything be done to stop this? joining us is father jonathan morris to weigh in. >> let's continue to paint the picture first. imagine this is mosul which is where christianity has been since -- 1700 years ago. 200 years ago before the foundation and invention of
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islam. we also know there was a place of about 30,000 christians. now they have come in. isis has come in and they have not destroyed the churches yet. what they have done is taken off the crosses and smashed the statues and put a black isis flag up. now they have told everyone going house to house putting the arabic letter for nazarene christians saying you are out by 1:00 on saturday. you must be out of here. they are moving and paying -- that was not a possibility. people know they better get out of there or they are dead. >> iraq not long ago had a million christians in the country and now it is down to less than half of that. we are looking right now at figures of just the town of mosul. 65,000 to 35,000. this is a tragedy. a couple weeks ago a story that did not get coverage was that the isis terrorists were attacking the tomb of jonah from the bible and his too many is
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believed to be there and they completely desecrated it. there's nothing more sick than doing something like that. >> and it went from 65,000 or so to 35,000. now as of 1:00 saturday, 1:00 yesterday, zero. and that's absolute hiding. >> who is working on the solution? >> well, what they are doing is there are 600,000 iraqis that have now been displaced in other parts of iraq or going over to syria. the solution is to first of all take care of those who are refugees and who have to flee for their lives, number one. then there has to be a government. if we are giving money to an iraqi government, they better provide some security to those who are not of this ilk. the isis radicals. >> for those of us sitting at home in the united states who want to be able to help our brothers and sisters in a dangerous part of the world, what can we do? >> i'm going to put up my
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facebook, put up jonathan morris, some organizations that i trust to help the refugees. that's the first thing we have to do and then to put pressure on our government are. we seriously not going to be talking about this? imagine 600,000 people displaced! >> we don't hear much about this from the administration as it is. this is happening in nigeria and other countries in that region of the world. and you don't hear much about it, it's simply not a priority. >> it is not fun to talk about but when you have total destruction. i have l i would call it genocide of christians right now. we have a lot of responsibility here to take interest in this. >> happy sunday to you. >> welcome to "fox and friends" sunday. >> thank you, father. >> it reminds us how lucky we are to enjoy the protections of
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you won't want to miss. these two lifelong friends just finished an epic pilgrimage known as el camino santi a ago, or the way of st. james in spain. it took them six weeks to travel the 500 miles. but the most incredible part? one of them is in a wheelchair. >> 500 miles with me? i said no, i'll push you. >> over mountains, you're going through hills and valleys, going through the countryside, miles and miles a day. >> it turned into fuel to do more, to dream big. >> to dream big. joining us to share their inspiring and incredible story, justin skusic and patrick greg. good morning, justice, good morning, patrick, how are you? >> good morning. we are doing well. >> boy, we are just knocked out by what you did. you guys know each other almost
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from birth. you went to school together, prayed together in the same church, and then you got together and decided that you, together, were going to go on this pilgrimage and that you, patri patrick, were going to push justin 500 miles. how did that come about? >> it's actually kind of my idea. i was watching a pbs tv show with travel guy and basically he was talking about the spain and the pilgrimage of the camino and something inside me just stuck. i basically asked my wife and i thought if it was a good idea, if i should try it in my wheelchair. she said yeah, you should give it a shot. and patrick was visiting about two weeks later, came down with his family. and i showed him the tv episode and i said, what do you think? his response was, i'll push you.
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i knew when he said that he was serious and off we went. >> and patrick, when you made that commitment to push justin, did you understand what it would mean in terms of the mud and the water and the slopes and the pain that it would take for both of you? >> i didn't have a clue. no, no. i knew it would be difficult, but the magnitude of the pilg m pilgrimage was something that you can only realize once you're there. so no, i didn't. >> and obviously, both of you are believers and obviously it was an article of faith that you both engaged in. how did your faith help and sustain you on this 500 mile trip? and what were you surprised by as you endured this six-week journey? >> oh, man, that's a very loaded question. >> it is.
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>> but we definitely are -- you know, we do come from a faith background, a christian background and that is a core to -- to how we operate as friends and brothers in christ. and so that really prays into just the core of who we are as individuals, but also it's the strength and community that surrounds us. our church family, our friends, our actual family members were praying for us while we were gone and giving us the strength to do that. but also the fellow pilgrims and the people we met along the journey about how community was so important to us and how these -- how we met these strangers along the way and from all over the world. well, you've inspired strangers today and you're both an inspiration to all of us. justin and patrick, thank you so much. >> good to see you. >> thank you.
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good morning, it's sunday, july 20th. we start with a fox news alert. it is an all-out war at our southern border. drug cartels fire .550 caliber weapons at our very own border patrol agents. all of this unfolding as we got exclusive new video in. this video shows illegals trotting into the united states on jet skis. where is the white house on this and what are they saying? a hot air balloon collides with power lines. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> i hope no one -- whoa!
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[ bleep ]. the bhoon is coming down as balloons always do, but this time it hits power lines in a neighborhood. five people badly burned. plus this morning a hollywood star and war hero has fallen. james garner is dead at the age of 86. a look back at the life, career and memories of a hollywood legend. thanks for being here. morning are better with friends. good morning, everyone. hope your sundae is off to a great start. we just learned border agents came under some pretty serious fire. >> we have a shot of 50 caliber rifle. one of my friends who knows a great deal about weaponry e-mailed me during the program
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to say that my guess was indeed right. a weapon like this is really designed to take out -- it's an anti-material weapon, designed to take out jeeps, trucks, blow through a wall and take out the person who is on the other side of the wall. so our border patrol agents get hit with something like that that will l never -- >> and they were forced to have to run for cover as this was fired late friday night. be we're just learning about it now. >> drug cartels firing at our people on the other side. >> and a congressman and border patrol agents saying this was unprecedented. the fact that 50 caliber fire being fired from the mexican side across the rio grand at american officials.
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american officials had to curo r scurry. it's a section that's bnl the most xhoply to cross-section for illegal americans. last month, perhaps 30,000 illegal children crossing in that so-called rio grand sector as the border patrol calls it. they are actually coming across on some jet skis of sorts and we have exclusive video that we obtained over the weekend. one of our colleagues obtained this video and it shows these guys coming across the jet skis. the runners bringing them across and then the border patrol catches up with them and seizes one of the jet skis, one of the guys, one of the bad guys comes back and tries to actually get his jet ski. he doesn't get it, but it shows just how creative they're getting these days. >> and it seems almost a taunt
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at this point, john, that we say, well, the border is so -- that we're going to resort to wave runners and jet skis and any kind of fast water vehicle and zip in and zip out without apprehension. >> and there is a presumption on the part of many that, you know, these are just ordinary folks who want to come to america and work hard and earn a better life and, certainly, there is a significant portion of these immigrants represented by that kind of mind-set. but how many of these folks are breaking into this country who are really, really dangerous? the former deputy chief of border security shed smes light on that frightening possibility. >> we do watch the social networks, the electronic networks where we see the cartels boasting at their games being played and laughing tt u.s. government's handling of this situation. we are talking about tattooed up
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coming across killers. they may be only 15 years old, but they have killed in their own countries. they're coming here not to contribute to society, but to prey on society. >> and they're talking about being part and parcel of their criminal conduct. so there is an underculture of gangs pervading this new population of new child illegal immigrants. >> even when our border patrol agents come across these guys with gang markings and gang tattoos, they can't turn them back. there was a time when people in our country wanted to become contributing members of society, but now we're seeing something in situations altogether different. >> and there are indications
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that the white house has known for some time, that they got a heads up about the spike in family units that were coming across the border and, you know, basically didn't do anything. >> you mentioned family units. that's a very distinct difference. we had all along heard about children coming into the united states, but now families altogether, mom, dad, grandparents, kids, all coming in. this is a whole new -- >> under the assumption that if we get here, they can stay here. if they get here, they can stay here. >> right. that border patrol representative that we heard from last night, he also went on to say that morale among border patrol agents is very, very low. that's a concern. >> and we have a fox news alert this morning, a brand new video released this morning shows what appears to be the boomed malaysian airliner's recovery plane. >> the plane crashed in ukraine. they've run into some serious problems with some of the pro
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russian separatists there. >> peter doocy is in washington live with more on that developing story. >> right now, pro russian separatist res transporting some 196 bodies of victims to the rebel patrolled city of -- in ukraine. armed rebels took the bodies away from the crash site and emergency workers say they felt helpless to stop them because the rebels had guns and they didn't. our team on the ground near the crash site is telling us that pieces of the 777 are disappearing from the crash site. there's also now a publishing meeting about those black boxes between separatists, where a commander says, who has the black boxes? an official says we don't have it. xhaner, who has it? now let me deal, i will try to find out. commander says find out very quickly, immediately, moscow is very curious about where the, bos are.
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tell me please very soon. we need to know. additionally, airline authorities are saying access to the crash site has been very difficult. >> you can got the investigation into the crash site and protecting the crash site from untoward activity has proven to be challenging. >> and that's not all. the prime minister of ukraine says officials sortsing through the crash site felt like they would be taken prisoner if they wore out their welcome with the pro russian rebels. >> the crash site and -- to leave crash site. otherwise they claim to make -- >> this morning, we're learning how the separatists in ukraine got their hands on such an advanced anti-aircraft weapon. the russians gave it to them. that's what two u.s. officials are telling them.
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the same intel is being presented to president obama at camp david this weekend. "the wall street journal" is reporting that these weapons have been smuggled back into russia. this comes as evidence pointing to a russian commander named igor gurkin, likely leading the strike of the commercial aircraft. bragged about the success of that strike on social media and an intercepted phone call. >> peter, thank you. the cease-fire between israel and hamas had been stopped, but it is now over. the idf tweeting that they would hold their fire for an additional hour and that hamas continues to shoot. the request for the cease-fire came after intense barrages early this morning. 40 palestinians reportedly killed in the blast. and scary moments in massachusetts. the hot air balloon comes
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crashing down into a residential neighborhood. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> i hope no one -- whoa! [ bleep ]. move! >> that is a massive balloon. attempting to land when it struck power lines and that caused that explosion. seconds later, another large blast shows a second explosion. six people were aboard at the time. five of them suffering burns. the faa is now investigating. boy, those power lines, so frightening. a florida jury slamming cigarettemaker rj reynolds with $23.6 billion in punitive damages. the jury is fight, the widow of a long time smoker who died of lung cancer. the company calls the decision grossly excessive and they plan to appeal. also happening overnight, james garner, tv's match rick,
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is dead at the age of 86. >> match rick, you don't have any trouble. >> you're right, doc, not that kind. >> such a handsome man and a great actor, as well. he was best known for his role on the western tv series and as a private eye on the rockford files. he gained new fans after he started 2004 as "the notebook." he was a korean war vet, he received a purple heart. he was found at his home in los angeles early this morning. his cause of death is not yet known and those are your headlines. sad to see him go. >> don't remember match rick so far, but i was a big fan of the rockford files. coming up, a quiet neighborhood street gets swallowed by the earth. and this situation we're sorry to say is not getting any better any time soon. an international tragedy and the middle east in shambles. but this week, president obama
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9:15 on the east coast. even as crysys in ukraine and gaza rage on, the president is sticking to his schedule. that included a star-studded fund-raising event in hollywood. the white house defending his trip saying abrupt changes to his schedule can have the unintended questions ises of alarming the american people or creating a false sense of is. >> but should the malaysian downed plane be considered a bit
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of a crisis? let's talk to fox news contributor guy johnson. good morning, guy. >> good morning. the very next day he went to los angeles for a fund-raiser. crimean, a dnc fund-raiser. we have a whole list of them. what do you think is the message that it sends? >> heather, look, i've said this on a few occasions. i think occasionally conservatives go overboard. when you look at the totality of that list you're talking about, it really does paint a picture of presidential priorities. and i was sort of blown away on thursday when this airliner gets blown out of the sky with hundreds of people dead. it was unclear how many americans were dead. a huge escalation of this major international crisis and this war zone. and the president not only chose
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to continue the photo-op he was at at that exact moment with a burger, he went on to give a very partisan speech a few minutes later and then to two fund-raisers that night. and this line that we heard from the white house is that changing the schedule abruptly could be unnecessarily alarming to the american people, i think that we're intelligent and sophisticated enough here in the -- you know, here in america to understand when a crisis happens, sometimes the president needs to react in a commander and chief has to do what he has to do and we're not going to freak out about that. >> yeah. i think the american people would like to see their american president, you know, on the job doing what he is supposed to do and maybe telling the russians to put their proxy army back in his box. that might be one of the suggestions. >> yeah. well, i mean, there's a couple of things. i know .of the president's defenders will make the
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argument, look, he's traveling. he has all sorts of equipment and communication systems where he can be working while he's in transit. it's not like he's totally ignoring these events. he can keep his schedule. but his public schedule is what not only the american people see, but what our international allies and adversaries see. and a president looking at what happened when the gaza invasion and that big, horrible disaster over the skies of ukraine and he just continues on with his regularly scheduled programming, you know, as far as his public schedule is concerned. that sends a message about -- fairley or unfairly, i think it sends a message that this is an administration that maybe doesn't care or is trying to shrug this off. nonchalant to a fault. let's look at the number of fund-raisers that the president has participated in in his administration compared to other presidents. you can see that right there. bill clinton, 638. george w. bush, 328.
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>> 396. >> for president obama, 395. "the washington post" says that's about 66 a year, 5 1/2 each month if you break it down. he's doing a lot more than this of the other presidents and i guess the priority is trying to -- well, keep the white house -- >> well, as you point out, optics are everything. if a jet liner gets blown out of the sky by a russian missile, whether the russians fired it or their proxy army fired it, it's a russian missile that blew 300 innocent people out of the sky and the president is having a burger? >> yeah. and going back to the fund-raising numbers, i think it's completely fair to say that presidents of both parties, as you just outlined, part of their job is they're the head of their political party, they do fund-raising, they rake in the cash for their fellow members and help folks get re-elected.
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i understand that. that's part of the job. but when the you know what hits the fan internationally, and there are a lot of people dead, you have to become commander and chief. it's time to do the hard work, not the -- work of fund-raising. guy benson, thanks a lot. we'll have to leave it there. some of the left starting to turn against the president on this saying that he should be on the job. >> it seems like there -- it's a serious crisis and there's more that he could be doing at least to send a message that the u.s. is taking this seriously and we want to get to the bottom of it. you have kids. >> i do. >> do you ever let them play outside by themselves? >> not so much. mine are little. >> what about letting them wait inside the store while you run into a store. >> and a new phone app let's you track your significant other, no matter where they go and what they do. is this a good idea? does it inspire trust among couples or does it help tear a
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good morning to you. 24 minutes after the hour. and a quick look at headlines. brand new video coming in this morning showing the destruction left behind by a raging wildfire in north central washington state. that fire destroying more than 100 homes so far. officials say the flames are growing and burning in gnaw direction and that's fueled by strong winds. janet dean has more on that in just a little bit. caught on camera, a devastating rock slide in china. watch how this boulder comes tumbling down the road and into the cars.
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you can see people hitting each other as they run for cover. 19 others were injured. >> are cops jumping the gun when it comes to nabbing parents? from a working mother for letting her 9-year-old play alone in a park to an ohio dad busted when hi son played hooky from church and a two-year legal ordeal for a mom who left her toddler in the car for five minutes on a 50-degree day. so are authorities crossing the line or should they parents be held so-called accountable? here with your legal roundup is judge alex ferrar. hi, judge. >> good to see you, peter. >> tell us about the mom arrested for her 9-year-old playing alone in the park. crime or no crime? >> well, i wouldn't leave my 9-year-old alone in the park. i have options as to many in our audience. some people frankly don't.
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this is a woman working very hard at mcdonald's. her house got police carrized, the laptop got stolen so she took her to a popular park, left her there while she was working and the police came and arresteded her for negligence 37. >> and we're looking at her mugshot right now. another issue, the father arrested after the son skips church to play with friends. >> yeah. this was crazy. this was crazy because the father did nothing wrong. the father is at home. his kids go every wednesday and sunday on a church bus that picks them up in front of his house. they all walked out and said bye, dad, we're going to church. one of them, the 8-year-old decided not to get on the bus. went to a dollar store. the police came to the house and arrest today father who did nothing wrong. >> and he lost his job, too, judge. >> yes, he did, because now he has a criminal arrest. so definitely a wrong action by the police on that one, as well. this one, a little closer to
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the edge or not? a mom leaves a child in the car for five minutes in 50 degree weather and is charged. has to compete a parenting course. >> i am completely against parents leaving children in cars for a veert of reasons, not the least of which is your children can -- your child can get snatched. happens all the time. it's not like the child was with other children. >> i'm in agreement with you on that one, judge. 50 degrees or 80 or 20 degrees, shouldn't be doing it. should we arrest pregnant women who use drugs? we have the situation where meth showed up in the newly delivered child and then the mother jammed up. tell me about that. >> again, i don't have sympathy for mowers who endanger their children in that fashion. math is horrible for developing fetuses and it has consequences with more child deaths at birth and things like that. so if a mother is an addict and she endangers her child, i don't
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have a problem with taking action. at least they can put her -- if they arrest her during the time she was pregnant, they could put her in a rehab facility and prevent her from taking more meth. if they arrest her after, they get get her treatment so not to have a problem with the next child. this next one, an honest mistake leaves this silly mom facing 3 to 10 years on a gun charge because they brought the legal gun from pennsylvania into new jersey where she didn't have a license. watch this. >> initially, i went and got it for protection. >> what happened? >> i was working three jobs last year and i was on my way down to the city in philadelphia and i had got robbed. that was the second time i actually got robbed, so initially i have a family member who has their license to carry and he told me it was the best option for me, being a single mom, picking up my kids back and forth in day care at night. >> a quick last response, judge.
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>> the law is the law or she deserves a break today? >> well, she -- both. the law is the law, but she deserves a break. this is what prosecutors can bind that down so she doesn't get a minimum mandatory serchbtance which i'm opposed to. computers are not making sentencing decisions, judges should. the judge has no control over this, but the prosecutor does. >> judge alex ferrer, america's judge, good to see you. >> thank you very much. up next, a theft to christians has never been greater. terrorists in iraq giving them three options. convert, pay or die. what means for religious freedom from around the world. and dessert for breakfast. yep, it's national ice cream day. and, of course, we're celebrating big time. hopefully not in a messy way with some delicious parvell ice cream.
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>> good thing we're friends. >> does tony have one? >> tony have one? >> i'm covered in ice cream. >> and that's your shot of the morning. thanks to president reagan, actually, july is national ice cream month and today is national ice cream day. as you can see right there, i
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splashed poor janice with all this ice cream. >> thanks to heather, janice has a new outfit on. >> i thought we were going to do ice cream wrestling. >> national ice cream day means never having to say you're sorry. tony was disturbed by that. he spoke to me after the segment and he said -- he didn't say anything. >> he did. >> janice was a wonderful sport. she said it on her face and on her neck. janice, i love you. >> lisp, if i'm going to be splashed with something, it might as well be chocolate ice cream on national ice cream day. and i'm with robert blue. you're from carvel. happy national ice cream day. every day should be national ice cream day, right? >> right. >> tell us what you are doing for this special day. >> carvel is celebrating by offering and treating their guests to 80 cent soft serve cups and cones, vanilla
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chocolate as well as nutella. >> this is brand new flavor. >> tell me about it. >> it has the nutella, hazel nut spread in there. mixed with arsenvanilla. these are flying saucers, ice cream that's made with oro wafers, oreo brand. >> and look at this. >> custom made cakes are made fresh every day. let's take a look at the weather real quick and then we're going
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to eat some ice cream. 70 in chicago, 73 in minneapolis. it's going to get warmer this week, so that cool break is coming to an end. a few skourts coming to the northeast. but not a whooshout. you've got that monsoonal moisture, especially for the northwest where they're dealing with that wildfire heather was talking about earlier today. they are incredibly dry and the temperatures are going to remain warm. the wildfire danger is going to continue unfortunately through the workweek. we'll be watching that carlson complex fire hundreds of homes burned because of that. hats off to our firefighters, as well. are you guys ready for some ice cream? whew! and, again, later on, heather and i, ice cream wrestling in honor of national ice cream day. right, heather? >> let's do it. let's do it, janice. >> a few headlines now to bring you, a sleepless night for folks
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in one florida neighborhood, a massive sinkhole opening up without warning. spring hill residents say they woke up to just sounds, a sinkhole about 30 feet wide and 40 feet deep. isis is on the march in iraq. in mosul, the terrorists have given christians three options. convert, pay or die. pope francis offering prayers during this morning's mass. our fox news contributor talked with us earlier and said our government needs to do more to help. >> when you have a total destruction, a genocide of christians in iraq right now after so much of our lives lost, so much treasure lost -- not lost, invested in, we have a responsibility. >> well, the pope also asked to resolve all armed conflicts
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across the world, saying violence is overcome with peace. and we have an update to bring you on that deadly bank robbery in california we just told you about this week. police believe the three robbers are the same ones who carried out a similar heist at the same bank earlier this we're. they stole a bank employee's car. one host aemg, who was used as a human shield, was killed during a fire fight and two others were injured when they were thrown from the getaway car. two of the robbers are dead and one of them is in the hospital. is this a good idea or trouble waiting to happen? there's a new smartphone app that tracks every details of their partner's life. it gives access to photos and tracks facebook activities. lawyers say this is simply an invasion of privacy and is strictly illegal, but we wanted to know what you think. craig says, how about you just trust your mate.
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it seems that app is for the completely untrusting. >> mary agrees. she writes, couples should trust each other enough not to have to constantly check on them. >> and david says i am shocked. one of the paramount requirements for any successful relationship is trust. if you do not have that, then you either need to find a new person or become the right person. >> a lot of comments coming in on that and those are your headlines. 45 years ago today, more than half a billion people watched neil armstrong take the very first steps on the moon. around the country, americans are remembering one of the biggest achievements in the history of man kind. >> we are joined now live by phil keating in cape ka 1/2 val, florida, where that moon launch mission began pep has more for us. phil. >> good morning, everybody. we have inside the apollo and saturn 5 center here, part of the kennedy space center's visitors complex. that is one of the saturn 5
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rockets, the heaviest and most powerful rockets to leave planet earth. it was today when neil armstrong, buzz alderon and made history. >> houston, the eagle has landed. >> as the commander of the mission, of course, neil armstrong had the absolute honor to put the first human footprint on the lunar surface. buzz ald rron bounced around wi him. it was a complex 2 1/2 hours. they only spent 2 1/2 hours on that first apollo 11 mission to the moon. michael collins had the very important job of operating the service module orbiting the moon
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while aldron and armstrong collected about 47 pounds of samples from the lunar service and took a lot of photographs and planted that american flag. buzz aldron told leah gabriel with fox news earlier this week, one of those experience webs which really is only shared by 12 people. >> you can see it against the black velvety skies and it's not black, black, but it's black, black. it's sort of velvety. why? because the sun lit is all around you. it's not blue, it's black. so much so that the only thing you can see if you lean back is the earth and the sun even further back. we can't see the stars. >> interesting perspective, without a doubt.
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buzz aldrin also very involved with something on youtube called #apollo 45 to commemorate the 45th anniversary of humans landing on the moon. celebrities, public figures, a lot of people are posting their own little videotaped selfies describing where they were on this day 45 years ago. a lot of people will be asking that of themselves today. back to you guys. >> wow. phil keating in cape canaveral, cool. >> i remember the day. >> me, too. >> not me. >> youngster. the obama administration urging companies to stop moving overseas. they call it economic patriotism. but isn't the president's policies driving some of these businesseses away in the first place? and they serve and protect, but they take care of their community. we'll show you this heart warming video that was captured when kansas cops thought that no one was looking.
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u.s. treasury secretary jack lew wrote, what we need as a nation is a new sense of economic patriotism where we all rise or fall together. >> but with companies relocating because of the obama administration's high corporate tax rates, how will this affect an already struggling economy? here to discuss, host of sunday morning future, maria bartiromo. maria, good to have you here. >> thank you so much. >> economic patriotism, if you call these companies out and say hey, pea be patriotic, bring all your money and all your jobs back to america. is that going to work? >> no, it's not going to work.
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unfortunately, we are falling as a result of some of these policies. american companies have more than $2 trillion overseas. they are not going to bring that money back because they are facing the highest tax rate in the world in america and the highest corporate tax rate. and they are getting taxed twice. so if they've got operations all over the world, why would they -- and they've got employees all over the world and they have operations outside of america, why wouldn't they just keep the money there knowing they are saving an enormous amount of money with a 20%, 25% tax rate as opposed to 39%. >> is it patriotism or coercion? >> it's not -- look, these companies have created hundreds of thousands of jobs by setting up shop where they have in america already. they have a foo do you rememberary responsibility to answer to shareholders, to make sure to keep their costs down and keep their profits up bottom line. this is capitalism. >> and a lot of this money that's over there, that's being kept overseas and from the sales of products and services.
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so it wasn't something made here in the united states and mailed over there, correct? >> that's 100% correct. we have myan mcginnis coming on the program in the next 20 minutes. she is one of the foremost experts on tax policy. she's going to talk about what the openings are for companies and why we are seeing these called inversions, where companies want to acquire other companies overseas so that they can move their headquarters overseaes and get a better tax rate. it makes perfect sense to me. until we get real tax reform, a better tax policy that encourages businesses to create jobs and keep their businesses here, it's not going to happen. >> the governor of oklahoma, what's she's going to talk about today? >> she's also the chair of the national governor's association. what we're hearing now from governor after governor r governor is that we cannot afford all these children in our state. we don't have a plan to take care of them. >> you're talking about all the
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immigrants? >> on immigration, absolutely. we're speaking with stewart verteray, who is a former assistant in charge of the transportation and border control. and he's going to talk about the immigration issue. so these are issues that we're still talking about, of course, we're also talking about the latest out of russia. can we trust the russians to give us the truth? as well as what's happening in israel, unfortunately. >> i have news for you. you only have 11 minutes to get to your studio. i know that. >> you have a lot going on today. thank you. >> thank you. they serve and protect, but they also take care of their community. the heart warming video captured when kansas city cops thought no one was looking.
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well, here is a story to lift your spirits this morning. three police officers caught on camera playing basketball with kids in their community. take a look. >> they blacked out the street so they can come and play basketball with the guys. kcmo-pd. >> kansas city, missouri police department shut down the street and played basketball with kids in the neighborhood. why did they decide to do this? joining us are three officers from the kansas city police department, todd ittempleton, bl hooly. what a fun afternoon with the kids. why did you decide to do that? >> it was a spur of the moment deal. they were playing basketball in the street, and we drove by, they flagged us down, and we decided we would play with them. >> so they flagged you down. to what, just say hi?
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>> oh, yeah. >> they wanted to play? >> this wasn't the first time we had done this. we had done this a few times in the past. the kids know us. we come by quite a bit and they flagged us down and wanted to play with us. so we jumped out and had a game of three-on-three. >> that's terrific. let's hear from your other guys here. in some communities across the united states, children are raised to believe that police officers aren't necessarily their friend. but you guys are putting an entirely different face on this. showing them that you really can work together and you're friends. what do you think of that? >> i think it's a good idea any time, and any officer is going to just interact with the children, not on a call-to-call basis but just a friendly, get to know them type groupnd. >> and tanner, how does that end up helping you in your duties? >> i think it should be part of our duty to interact with the community. i mean, we do it because it's fun. we enjoy doing that stuff. and i think everyone should do it.
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>> yeah, and do you see a difference with these kids, how the children respond to you? >> absolutely. i think hopefully they can look up to us and know we aren't all bad guys. so they come to us if they need something. >> bill, what do they say to you about that? >> i'm sorry, ma'am? >> i said, what did they say to you about that? tanner said the kids know we're not bad guys, we're the good guys here. do the kids talk to you about that? >> sometimes. as long as we go and tell them that if they do have a problem, to find an officer, that we're not bad guys, we're not out here to just lock people up all of the time. and the -- they see us more as friends now that we're the ones that stop and play with them. and all that other -- all the other interaction like that. but several officers do that. >> that's terrific. todd, i want to ask what you're hearing from some of the kids' parents and other neighborhoods around there. >> you know, i haven't heard a whole lot from parents. i know the social media aspect
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has gone wild, and the parents are talking about it on there. we don't hear a lot from the parents. i know one of the parents of the kids we played with, he loves us coming by. they love seeing us in the neighborhood. you know, they want us there. so other than that, and the parents of the kids we actually played with, we don't speak a whole lot with them. but the ones in the neighborhood, they love us -- they love having us there. >> well, we love seeing that and love that great attitude you're showing, setting such a good example for other police departments across the country. congratulations to you in kansas city police department. have a great sunday. more "fox & friends" next. ♪
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♪ well, well, well. end of a sunday, but more to come on the fox news channel. tomorrow, donald trump. liz tchani.
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and live on -- weird al yanko c yankovic! oh, my god. >> so excited. >> my kids will be thrilled. >> thanks for being here. >> get some ice cream. connecting russia to the crash site. good morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." the latest intel suggests russians provided separatists in ukraine with sophisticated anti aircraft systems. will moscow now own up to at least some responsibility of the downing of malaysian flight 17? here at home, governors telling the feds, enough is enough. stop the overflow of children coming over the border, because our state cannot take care of them. we'll talk to a governor on the crisis line. and the treasury secretary appealing to economic patriotism to try to keep companies from moving overseas. we'll point him

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