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hey, everybody, good morning, it is sunday, the 27th of july, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. a fox news alert while you were sleeping. hamas brakes the truce while launching rockets at israel during the cease-fire. right now israel is back on the offensive. we are live with the latest. immigration protests rocking the most in our city. >> our dollar for our people for our veterans for our children. >> now we learn illegal kids are coming to a school near you. and they never saw this coming.
oh, you never know what's going to happen during a selfie. a selfie storm. either that or ironman showed up. "fox and friends" starts right now. come on in and stay a while. >> thank you for waking up with us on this beautiful sunday morning here in new york city. peter johnson jr. here with us. >> good to be with you. >> good to be with you. nice guys finish first, we think they finish first, but according to research they finish last. when a guy schais charming to a woman, it's not going to work. they want the bad boys. >> you can be seen creepy if you're too nice on a first date.
>> more on that. but moments ago, hamas sent a barrage of rockets into israel this morning. this coming hours after hamas militants rejected the humanitarian cease-fire there. >> leland is live with the latest fighting underway. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, guys. the israel military extended the cease-fire for an additional 24 hours but hamas didn't want to have it. they wanted to salvage rockets to israel and a chance for a long-term deal for now. inside israel the military is continuing their efforts to find and destroy large parts of the elaborate tunnel system that hamas uses not only to hide weapons and move people but also launch attacks into israel. it is dangerous and it is a devious job despite 21 days of relentless pounding, hamas is still able to launch rockets at
the jewish state. u.s. secretary of state john kerry spent the past week in the region trying to find common ground for a truce but so far that has proved elusive. >> each side has powerful feelings about the history and why they are where they are. and what we are going to work at is how do we break through that so that the needs are met and we have an ability to provide security for israel and a future, economic and social and otherwise development for the palestinians. >> reporter: and as this goes on, the death toll continues to rise. hamas for its part said it will not stop fighting and firing rockets toward civilians until israel and for that matter egypt lifts the blockade to put a stranglehold on the gaza strip and the people living there. the israelis cobblely say to stop the rocket fire and then we'll talk about everything else. right now everything is obviously at an impasse. >> leland vittert, thank you. coming up, we'll talk to a
family who is stuck in israel trying to get their family out. we'll talk to them in a little bit. we want to switch gears to talk about the border crisis and how it's affecting states across the nation, even liberal cities are protesting against immigrants coming to their town. check out this video in boston with a local reporter saying hundreds of people are protesting. it's the most she's seen on beacon hill. >> people coming out in rhode island also to protest. first of all, in massachusetts, specifically, deval patrick wanted to house illegal immigrants bringing in an extra thousand to put up for processing and putting them up. a lot of people are saying, these are not children. it is 4-year-olds and we have to think about the 3-year-olds and 2-year-olds to take care of. a lot of the protesters are saying, these are 15 and 16-year-olds and lot of them are joining gangs as a result of coming in. >> and a lot of them are over 18 years old. we have seen this across the
country in terms of outrage and concern of students coming to the community school districts. about 3,000 now. in the next year predicted to be about 100,000. according to reports, many of the children don't speak english or spanish. they speak indian coming from el salvador or guatemala. officials say this is over us. they come from a violent culture not speaking english or spanish and it's going to inundate school districts already overtaxed. >> what do the schools do? we spoke to the mayor of lynde, massachusetts, a few weeks ago. and now they say this, the school system is overwhelmed and the health department is overwhelmed. they can't handle it. >> they can't handle it and say that these kids, not just that they don't speak the language, they can't count or read sometimes in any language. many of them have not seen a
computer before let alone trying to turn on the computer. so the educators, you think about how overcrowded they already have these classrooms with multiple students, you know, at grade level. others below grade level, below achievement level. and often they are struggling how to make things, you know, bring them up to the right achievement level rather than working from the weakest link. which is where many of them are. >> to that point, the los angeles school district, which is used to handing multi-cultural kids, it's the gorgeous mosaic. the director there, debra deuardo, says there's no way a foreign child can come to school to learn if we don't address the other issues they're facing. and there are incredible health issues they are facing in terms of drug resistant tuberculosis,
scabies, and more. >> how do the numbers break down? 50,000, 60,000. we'll look at the states hit with the most kids coming into the school districts and different denters for processing. virginia, 2,000, maryland, 2,000, texas, 4,000. north carolina, 1,000. new jersey, 1,500. these are spread all over the place. >> this is just the example of what's coming from the states. when they are released to the so-called sponsors, we don't know what their status is of the people, parents or relatives if possible, but if their status isn't checked, how do we know they aren't going to bring the kids to their federal deportation hearing. >> which they don't go to. >> we heard reports of them skipping or missing them altogether. and who is footing the bill for all this? the taxpayer is. chicago is hit with an incredible amount of violence
over the past few weeks. dozens killed by gang fire and gangs. now rahm emanuel wants to offer up free housing and legal service to up to 1,000 children and immigrants there in his city. so come on over to chicago because we don't have enough problems. >> you have to worry about your kids in your own backyard, those in foster care, gang violence, we have issues to take care of in our own backyards. >> and children are dying day by day in chicago, out of control murdering. we have other stories to tell you about on this sunday morning. we'll move on to more head lines. a security breach at one of the country's busiest airports. two men age to slip past jfk's $300 million security system and this is not the first time this has failed. workers found them on a navigational pier on the end of the runway in the middle of the night. they were kayaking in jamaica
bay when it overturned and they were cited for trespassing. a year ago someone scaled the 8-foot fence after running out of gas. the costa concordia arrives at its final destination. the scrap yard took four days to toe them to the port sitting off the coast of genea where it has sat for two-and-a-half years after capsizing. now the ship will be broken apart for scraps. the new york times is becoming more like high times. the newspaper's editorial board is calling for the government to repeal its thought on marijuana. "the times" says the problems associated with marijuana use are minor compared to alcohol and tobacco. earlier this month the new york governor andrew cuomo signed a bill to make new york the 23rd state to legalize pot for
medicinal use. and russia declaring war on mcdonald? they want to ban the fast food joint from selling some of their signature products. they are blasting them with a lawsuit claiming their foods contain more fats than carbohydrates than normal regulation, including cheeseburgers and milkshakes. those are your headlines. >> that's the least of your worry. >> they can't control missiles but want to control mcdonald's. payback is tough. thanks. let's go to rick reichmuth grounded after being up in the hot air balloon. how long were you up in there yesterday? >> it was very, very quick. >> i thought you were gone all afternoon. >> i was hoping to be. truthful, they had to tether it out because rain was on the
wane. it's such a beautiful thing if you get a chance. today the rain is quickly moving through. we'll have big problems across the eastern seaboard. today one batch of showers is moving through. we'll see that reenergize and we'll show you more on that in a second. out across the great midwest, we have thunderstorms as a possibility. very heavy rain fout west and that's great news. and we have an elevated risk for storms today. today we have a better chance of tornadoes than yesterday. yesterday was mostly a wind day, but today is more for tornadoes. if you are in ohio and west virginia, watch out for that. but we'll also potentially see a threat for tornado along the big cities today. temperaturewise, take a look at this today. you will notice it's been so hot. we cool things down a little bit by tomorrow. so get much better air coming in for a lot of the country. again, feeling like fall for
much of this week. >> football season. >> exactly. well, most of the mainstream media is not covering this story but we will. christian churches crumbling under terrorist rule in iraq. christians being told to convert, leave or die. this morning brand new details from sources on the ground you won't hear anywhere else. and d.c.'s picked up the wrong store or picked on the wrong store. the clerk has the secret, coming up. ♪
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good morning, everyone. quarter past the hour. thousands of christians living in mosul, iraq, forced to threat after the threat from the isis terror group say this, convert, pay a protection tax or be killed. >> now churches are being turned into mosques and holy sites like jonah's tomb are being blown to bits. here on the ground is a former adversary to iraq and author of "shock & alarm." good morning to you. >> good morning. >> tell us how are christians being affected with genocide? >> what's happening in iraq shouldn't be a surprise to us. the events taking place are entirely predictable as i wrote in my book, "shock and alarm." >> your sources are saying that
there were 60,000 christians in mosul. back in 2003. then this past june there were just 35,000. today, currently, zero. i mean, these numbers are astonishing. what can you attribute this to? >> this is shocking. for example, there's the presbyterian church founded in 1850 has closed its doors with the last few members fleeing the country. >> tell us also, you detail how an american christian now is being held for $5 million ransom by isis, tell us about that. >> well, i can't want really go into a lot of details about that but that's correct. several months ago an american christian woman was kidnapped by isis and is being held for $5 million with her life in the balance here. >> well, what do you think the
president of the united states needs to do in this situation? i mean, for christians, christians make up a large portion of the population here at home and we're supposed to love our brothers and sisters in christ. what does president obama need to do? >> when there's one palestinian teenager that was killed in israel, obama spoke out publicly on this issue. and yet the president has refused to speak out publicly on what's happening in iraq. thousands of christians are being killed or forced to flee their homes. we as americans need to take decisive action. americans need to contact their elected representatives and put pressure on the government to help iraqis find safety. another thing we can do that i wrote about in my book is there's donations that americans can help as far as to help these christians. for example, there's open doors and voice of the martyrs. >> well, that's very, very interesting. and a lot of americans feel
powerless and helpless in hearing about this and are wondering why the american government hasn't stepped up through you can step up in small ways. hugh, thank you for being with us here today. keep us up-to-date on what's happening with this new genocide as you say. please do. >> i will do that. thank you very much for having me. 19 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox and friends weekend," driving in the danger zone. when the highway turns into a runway. and if you don't pay your water bill, detroit will shut it off. but now groups like peta are saying that's not fair do. you agree? free water for all. coming up. you owned your car for four years.
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hey, everybody. some quick headlines now. a federal judge striking down washington, d.c.'s ban on carrying handguns in public. the court ruling the ban is unkconstitutional in ruling of prohibition. two residents filed a suit when their legal gun permits were denied. and they are lucky to be alive. a small plane crashes into a pickup truck and bursts into flames while trying to make an emergency landing on a nevada highway. two people in the plane and two in the truck all walked away with minor injuries. the plane's engine died shortly after taking off from reno. clayton? thank you, anna. half of detroit's water department customers can't pay their bills and now strangers
and peta are paying the bills for them. the detroit water project started by two strangers on twitter matches private donors with delinquent accounts to pay their water bills. and peta will pay the bill for ten fam lilies if they give up meat for a month. the former adviser to the city of detroit is here. mark, are they just finding a band-aid to a bigger problem? >> they are. but we always have to appreciate the generosity of americans. when americans step up to come together in the town square and agree on their own to help other people. that's fantastic, but you really have to question peta here. what is next? are we going to have green peas offering to pay somebody's garbage bag if they fly a flag with a little baby seal on it? >> ultimately, that's what they want. they want to pay ten families'
water bill, right? >> that's exactly right. the real crux of the issue is not that people can't afford to pay their water bill, it's that they don't pay their water bill. look at the facts. 50% of detroiters don't pay their water bill, but 65% are able to pay their cable bill and 75% are able to pay their cell phone bill. so this issue, this isn't an issue of can't afford, it's don't afford. >> we don't want to discourage people from not paying their cable bill, of course, to watch this show. but you bring up a great point, the inability to pay versus just not wanting to pay. and out there are the protests we are hearing from people it's a human right, a service delivered to your house. do you find hypocrisy in that? >> the peta people come out to say people have the right to water, and what we're going to do is help you get your water as long as you embrace our broccoli chewing agenda. i mean, it's either a human right or it's not. it can't be both sides there. >> right.
then you see hollywood celebrities like mark raffelo out in front leading the charge. the irony of all this is when people were told it was going to be shut off, a whole 60% of them showed up to pay it. so it's not the up ability to pay. >> and another 20% came the second day. you might remember, clayton, the whole thing started with the united nations saying this is a human rights issue. a lot of people have missed that just earlier this year the united nations threw out nine countries from the general assembly because they didn't pay their dues. so the united nations is really talking out of both sides of their mouth at the same time. >> bottom line for us, what is the problem, mark? >> the issue is that the city of detroit for years has not required people to pay their bill. there's just been really a culture of corruption that's existed there. there's a lot to criticize detroit for but they are finally getting it right. they are making people pay their bills. 80% paid their bills within 20
days. all we are asking is that people treat water with the same level of priority they treat their cell phone bill. >> right, or their cable bill. mark, great to see you this morning. thank you so much. >> you bet. coming up on the show, a heartbreaking discovery. a family learns their son has cancer just days before they set sail on a cruise. now the cruise line refusing to refund their money, but they will help them rebook their cruise at a future date. and they they ever saw this coming. watch. oh, at least they caught that selfie. a selfie storm now going viral. we'll explain. we always have the right hotel, in the right place, at the right time.
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for the next game for another few fans. steve doocy, elisabeth will be there. yesterday we had such a fun time. >> even in the bronx you met a lot of great food and people. >> people from texas, south carolina, kansas, they came from everywhere. >> this is something we do every year. i happened to miss last year but am excited to go to yankee stadium. >> it's the best day. >> i'm bringing my family, my mom and dad, father-in-law is coming. >> my wife and kids were there, it's a wonderful day with all the families there. >> i'll tell you about this story, it's cruise season and you can get great discounts on cruises because the hurricanes start to pop up a little bit, so you want to try to get them in early in the summer. as one family was trying to do, that i were trying to leave on june 1st. and two weeks prior to that they
took their sonic last checked for surgery and found out he had cancer in his limp lymph nodes and diagram. unfortunately they had to canal their trip and called to ask for a refund. >> and the cruise ship said, no, we are just going to say no. this is their statement to a local fox affiliate. our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with the family and we wish nicholas a speedy recovery. we explained while we cannot makes an exception to our policy, we will assist them when they were ready to re-book the cruise. the mother and father will be joining us at 8:20 this morning on the show, but she said we aren't asking for money back, we just wanted our little boy to come along more healthy and not having to come right after chemotherapy treatment.
we weren't asking for money back, we just wanted to re-book. >> we are going to understand where norwegian is just being good business people or being heartless in terms of poor little nic fighting cancer and will beat cancer. but when you consider all the companies all across america, the hospitality companies, disney, universal and make-a-wish for kids sicker than nic and how they respond. >> i would say disney cruise line, can you imagine how they would have responded? >> sipd recinderella would come visit him in his hospital room. >> they say, we can't help you as you called on too short of notice, but we will help you re-book. >> they say you should have
purchased travel insurance. do they have a point? >> well, the family should have. but maybe the folks saved up for the last six years to go on the cruise and things happen. people make mistakes and get sick. we are all human beings. and people respond in a way that is humanitarian and judeo christian to reflect all the best values on america. >> in their statement they said, we looked at our policy. it's not like it's the constitution. it is norwegian. you can tweak your policy. >> norwegian could have come out on top of this. we reached out to them. >> there is nothing about a company's policy that is written in stone on a tablet. it's not the koran or the torah. it's not the holy bible. it's the publication of a corporation trying to make
money. so that's what -- people change policies and make decisions. humans make decisions about policies. so there's some human behind it and we'll meet the beautiful family here this morning on "fox and friends." >> norwegian could have come out on top. when we reached out to them, they didn't replytous. >> they just have to act in a fine way and we'll hear from the family. >> what ended up happening is an anonymous cruise line said we'll come forward to give the colucci family a free trip. and they are saying, it's anonymous. they are not looking for all the glory in it. >> email@example.com. let us know what your thoughts are on that. we'll talk to that family coming up in a bit. and some other stories making headline this is sunday morning. an american citizen turned homicide bomber appears smiling in a video released by the al qaeda linked syrian group. the 22-year-old man can be seen with other fighters before the
may 25th attack on the syrian army. it is unknown how many were killed when he drove an explosive-filled truck into a restaurant filled with syrian soldiers. he grew up in florida where he attended several colleges before dropping out and moving abroad. also this morning, would-be thieves picked the wrong gas station to mess with. turns out the clerk is trained in mixed martial art. surveillance video showing the moments the clerk took on three guys all at once. he was behind the counter at the texas store when he saw the attack going on with his coworker. he was just getting back from the bank with a bag full of cash. that's when he ran outside to help his coworker. two of the device got away. the other is now charged. a new york yankees fan suing espn, mayor league baseball and the yankees for $10 million after commentators caught him sleeping at a game is now saying he may settle for a simple
apology. >> i tell you what, how uncomfortable is that? >> everybody remember this is video. andrew rector says he's being ridiculed online. he is speaking on out nbc's "today." >> how did i respond to it? it's a stir of the moment thing but it is still upsetting what they did. >> when asked if a simple apology may make it go away, he said, possibly. and a selfie sees sparks fly, literally. oh, boy. mother nature got too close for comfort. that lightning hitting trees behind the couple there during their trip to mexico. while the wild weather did ruin the photo, nobody was hurt. i don't think it would ruin the photo at all. it made it even better. >> it looked like the guy ran away first. didn't it? >> honey, you fend for yourself, i'm out of here.
>> i'm just saying, video evidence suggests he took off. rick reichmuth, i'm telling you, i may do the same thing. >> don't back off, the guy took off. >> i think he was searching for a safe place for her to go to. >> uh-huh. >> exactly. that's awesome. all right, guys, take a look at the weather maps. a few things going on including really big severe weather for you, but also behind the severe weather much colder air coming in. look at your tuesday in chicago, 79. detroit, 75. pittsburgh, 72. these are spectacular summer temps. go down farther south and the temperature will drop in dallas where you're at 102 today. by thursday, you're down to 91 degrees. an overnight low of 68. much fresher air moving in. today, take a look at the northeast. the forecast will put this in motion throughout the day. you'll see some spotty showers and breaks of sunshine.
into the afternoon, things along the coast are looking better with more severe weather moving in. could be seeing tornadoes across parts of the ohio valley. watch out for that. down to the southeast, you'll warm things up again. a very hot and sticky day. not much in the way of shower activity today. birmingham certainly getting into the 90s. up to the northern plains, we'll watch the showers move on through. but overall, we'll clear things out, especially across the high plains. we'll see scattered showers throughout the afternoon right around the great lakes. but cooler temps coming in. guys, back to you. thank you. aretha franklin knows what respect means, but apparently one restaurant not feeling the love. being forced to apologize to the queen of soul. plus, from the i.r.s. and benghazi, is the president
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[ kevin ] really? ♪ welcome back to "fox and friends." quick headlines for you. the fast food restaurant vouching to step their efforts for the $15 an hour pay. workers feel the federal minimum wage of $7.25 is too little. the restaurant worries the big increase will close businesses and cut jobs. and aretha franklin is demanding a little r-e-s-p-e-c-t. what does that spell? ♪ all i'm asking for is a little respect ♪ >> they claim she was disrespected by a johnny rockets in canada. the worker allegedly yelled at her for sitting at an empty table while waiting for her takeout order saying they are
only for dine-in customers. johnny rockets is now apologizing. they have delicious milkshakes. he promised hope and change, but after obama'scare disastrou launch of obamacare, critics say there's little hope for his legacy. is there time to turn it around? pete snyder is here, a fox news contributor and ceo of disrupter capital. good morning to you, pete. >> good morning, peter. >> is it more about hope and change or desperation and regression? we look at the president's job performance overall in the dumper big time. 52% disapprove, 42.appro% appro. what's going on there? >> i'm going to agree with the
vice president for the first time. this president when you ask across the board about competency, they don't believe that this president and his administration are competent on key issues facing america. from the middle east to the economy to health care, across the board, he's under water. >> well, pete, let's look at it in five different major issues. and he's over 54% in disapproval in health care, economy, foreign policy, immigration, mideast conflict. you think the economy is particularly significant. and even overwhelms the rest of these in some ways. >> absolutely, peter. just imagine if this president had focused on the economy. that was the number one issue when he took office facing americans. we are just coming out of the huge crisis of 2008. what did he do? he got into the focus of health care based on a website. whether you are a republican or
democrat, this is clearly a smart and talented guy and he didn't focus on the right things. and it's been a disaster. his competency ratings are reaching george costanza levels. i don't see how he turns it can he recover even when democratic support appears to be crumbling? it's not just independents and republicans who are upset, there's a significant amount of democrats who are moving away. can he recover, pete? >> i don't think so, peter. nearly a third of democrats believe that this is an administration that is incompetent. that's devastating. at roots nation where all the progressives got together the other week, the number one issue out there was the great disappointment in the obama administration and the obama presidency. and they were trying to look ahead whether it's hillary or elizabeth warren, and move on from this.
his entire party come the turn of the year will be focused on 2016 and putting some dirt on this administration and moving on. >> pete snyder, ceo of disrupter capital and fox news contributor. see you again soon. >> thank you, peter. as rockets rain down on gaza, a close friend to "fox and friends" is caught this in the crossfire. david seltar joins us from the ground waiting for an opportunity to get his family out of harm's way. and it sounds like something out of a sici-fi movie. >> white, 40. >> i'm placing you under arrest for the future murder of sarah marks. >> police catch would-be criminals before they commit the crime. is that really happening? and is it legal? a fair and balanced debate coming up here on "fox and friends." good morning. thank you daddy for defending our country.
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and select the people's hotlist to see this summer's top 100 shows and movies. i voted! what's coming? >> killer male, white, 40. >> set up a perimeter route. >> i'm placing you under arrest for the future murder of sarah marks. >> catching criminals before they have done anything is a good idea for the movies but is also happening in washington, d.c. police are setting up high-risk sting operations at which undercover officers recruit people they think are likely to commit armed robberies.
d.c. says the program has been effective but is it legal? joining me now, defense attorney gil alba. thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having us. >> a year ago we saw 774 rob ris and today 551. this is a 26% reduction. what do you think of this? >> i think it's a horrible reason for targeting those who commit a crime but the crime is completely up vented by the police. so when they arrest the people and charge the people, the defense attorney is swooping in to say this is textbook entrapment. and if successful, the case is dismissed. so why are we spending money and resources on this when there's enough actual crime to get the real bad guys. >> it is something out of the movies with the cops meeting with guys they believe to commit crimes over eggs and bacon
saying, we are going to promise you prostituted and guns and money but you say this is a good idea. >> yeah, i mean, do you know a lot of 18-year-olds and 19-year-olds that would do that if you promised them guns and drugs and that kind of stuff? i mean, who are they targeting? they are trying to get the crime rate down do. they think the guys are going to do it and know they are going to do it. >> do you think entrapment will make them commit the crimes? or you say they are going to do it anyway? >> these are head gang members. and as you can see, they have brought them in to do everything legal because they want the system. and what are they doing? getting convicted. so if you watch the film, they give somebody an iron because they have home invasions. they say, when you go in, this is how you get the money. burn their legs or face with an iron. these guys take the iron, they are taking machine guns, ak-47s
and are not promising a lot. and not only that, they are not pushing them but saying, yeah, let's go and do this and get their friends -- so now the police don't know -- >> so they ask them beforehand and say, are you sure you want to do this? >> sometimes they say, are you sure, but they are getting convicted. >> this is working and i want the nation's capital to be safe. could this be tweaked somehow? >> here's how to tweak it. on the front end, if you have gang member who is are going to commit future crimes, lock them up longer. why are wle letting them out after five years? you get popped for something like this and they entice you to a lower sentence if you plead guilty. that's why the figures are false. because look, there is no crime at the end of this rainbow. if there were, i wouldn't have a problem with the program. it's completely lly invented. that's the problem.
>> gail, if they end up making this up and go to charge for this, could they say this is entrapment and be exonerated? >> that's what the defense -- the only reason this is out is because the defense attorneys are arguing that their clients are going to jail. they are locking up the people to say it's entrapment, but they are pleading guilty and going to jail. but they are taking these guys off the street because these are the same guys robbing you and doing this kind of stuff. >> they are the guys who previously robbed somebody but we shouldn't be locking somebody up for thinking about committing a crime. >> thank you for weighing in on the touchy subject. >> hey, you had the boxing gloves, not me. 56 after the hour. "the new york times" is more like the high times? after taking a strong stand for legalizing marijuana. hear their argument, ahead. and marriage is a game of give and take. but are you playing by the rules? the advice that could save your relationship, straight ahead.
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and find an arthritis treatment for you. visit celebrex.com and ask your doctor about celebrex. for a body in motion. good morning, everyone. it is the 27th of july, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. a fox news alert with israel back on the offensive after hamas broke a truce and just moments ago they agreed to another cease-fire, but how can hamas be trusted? and churches crumbling under terrorist rule in iraq. christians told to convert, pay or die. so where is the white house on this explosion? and the new york times is more like the high times? the gray lady calling for feds to legalize pot for everyone.
but what is their agenda? we'll break it down, we report, you decide. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. >> good morning, everybody. thank you for being with us today. it is a "fox and friends" weekend. we are going to be there in the bronx at the yankees stadium. >> meanwhile, your little guy just turned 4 yesterday. >> they come out small and just grow. no one told me this. >> he is so clayton's son, too. >> he got a batman utility belt and is protecting all of gotham. >> a smart young and courageous. and speaking of handsome, we have peter johnson jr. here with us this morning. >> thank you. we have stories to get right
to this morning. this fox news alert, minutes ago a call for truce beginning between israel and palestinian militants. hamas agreeing to cease-fire after israel resumes their ground offensive inside gaza. hamas ignoring a previous peace treaty launching rockets at the jewish state calling the israelis to retaliate. secretary of state john kerry was in the region this past week trying to find common ground for a truce. local communities joining in the fight against immigrants coming to their town. hundreds of people gathering in boston here. you can see the protest against illegal immigrants being sent to their state. governor deval patrick offered to house up to 1,000 immigrants as they await trial. similar demonstrations taking place in rhode island where over 100 immigrant children from central america have been placed. and an american doctor working with ebola patients tests positive for the deadly virus.
he contracted the highly contagious disease from an infected businessman on a flight from liberia to nigeria. the 33-year-old texas doctor moved to liberia before the outbreak working for a charity organization. he's being treated in'slation. ebola is one of the deadliest viruses spreading throughout west africa. we told you about this story on friday. a fallen marine's tribute plaque missing for nine years is finally back home. a texas marine family found the flag belonging to lance corporal fred manciel. they had a ceremony yesterday and the flag was returned. >> when i realized the boy was killed, that was probably more emotional for me because i didn't -- i knew that the flag had to come back to his mom. >> i got goosebumps all over. just watching all of this, all this for my son. >> maciel died in a helicopter
crash in 2005. his surviving unit members left dozens of heartfelt messages for him on the flag. it's not clear how it ended up in the flea market. let's talk about a story you won't see on any other network. the genocide unfolding against christians in iraq, certain cities like mosul where 60,000 christians lived for many years and decades. remember, iraq is really the seat of the bible. next to israel it's where most of the bible unfolds. most of the stories of the bible unfold. now you have christians being forced out of mosul down to zero. the number in the city is zero, being forced to northern regions. churches being bombed and destroyed. being asked to cop vert to islam or to be pushed out or killed. >> or pay money or we'll have your head, essentially. we had the former adversary to iraq and author of "shock and alarm" on earlier and said back
in 2003 there were 60,000 christians in mosul. 35,000 in june. and this morning, zero. because of these policies. take a listen. >> it is, in fact, genocide going on. what's happening in iraq shouldn't be a surprise to us. the events have taken place and are entirely predictable. for example, there's the pre presbyterian church in mosul that has closed. thousands of christians are being forced to flee from their homes. we as americans need to take decisive action. >> and a way for us to do is -- i believe we have a full screen, this is a way to donate to businesses that are helping churches in iraq. and talk to your local lawmakers as well. that's the top thing, get some action going. >> and he talked about the fact
that it hadn't been reported at all. a woman has been held for $5 million ransom, an american christian volunteer in mosul by isis. the dasdardly terrorist group. >> we have seen the wall street journal write a piece on it. but most of the main street media is quiet about it and so is the white house. the senior defense to kris chaps says this is a religious cleansing going on there wiping them out of iraq completely. listen. >> over and over again, like you said, they asked the same question and we didn't have a good answer for it. and that is, what is the west doing and the u.s. government doing? what are americans doing to support the christian church in the middle east? like i said, we didn't have a very good answer for that question because i think first and foremost, whether it is religious leaders or elected
officials, they don't move unless people put pressure on them. >> many of you waking up on a sunday getting ready for church and a big part of christianity is evangelism. can you imagine being a christian and wanting to go to mosul, iraq, right now? you can't. how can you spread the love? >> many christians are out of the country or being killed. some of these are elderly christians that can't move and can't leave. they have to be converted or killed or otherwise. down to about 200,000 now in the country. >> and in our history based on restoring religious freedoms for those who it's been taken away from. and so when you don't hear a peep from the white house on this particular issue and see no action, when you see no outrage that this is a human rights issue that envelopes all of us, you wonder, what is really happening? so you say, okay, we know you're in a fund-raising tour, mr.
president, on the east coast and west coast. last week, we know you were playing golf with your espn host. we know what's going on there, but are you really endangered on these issues? >> lisa monaco, the assistant to the president for homeland security, said this. absolutely he's engaged. take a listen. >> from my seat, whether it's in daily meetings in the sit room or in the oval office, there is nothing approaching this engagement. and you see that in -- just take a scan of the world here and look at the facts on the ground. in every place you look, there's american leadership. and people are crying for american leadership and it's present. and the president is hyper engaged, frankly, from the seat that i see him in. >> hyper engaged throughout the middle east, she was talking
about syria, iraq, what's unfolding in libya. we saw the news yesterday out of libya. so she says that the president is hyper engaged. tell us what you think? do you think the president is hyper engaged in what is unfolding in the middle east? >> and in terms of where we are, iran nuclear and what's happening in iraq and in terms of the rise of isis, does that jive with what's going on in syria? and now in libya where we had to evacuate the ambassador and shut down our embassy. >> and north korea overnight, should testing long-range missiles. let us know. now to rick and what he knows about the weather. we have severe weather to be had today. and kind of a bigger tornado threat than we have had recently. showers across the midatlantic and the ohio valley this morning. and across parts of the northeast, this is the first wave of scattered showers that are going to go through, but then later on today the day will
heat up and we'll see more severe weather. i'll show you more on that in a second. out across the southwest, the incredible monsoon season is continuing. you see all of that rain across arizona and new mexico today. we'll see that even stretching into parts of california, eastern california that is, not getting into where the heaviest of the drought is, but we'll take anything we can get. here you go. you see the red bull's-eye. that's today where a better chance for tornadoes is. yesterday was more of the wind threat, today is a bigger tornado threat with the red. the moderate risk issued by the storm prediction center and we could be seeing tornadoes all the way across the midatlantic for places like new york city, philadelphia and washington. so be very careful heading throughout the afternoon hours across the area. what is also going to happen behind this system is much colder air filtering in. so take a look at temperatures over the next few days. today, the heat is still in across the southern plains. by tomorrow, dallas, down to 95. little rock, 90. look at tuesday. we keep on dropping the temperatures. only 71 in buffalo on tuesday. go to wednesday, 86 in little
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welcome back. just moments ago hamas agreed to a 24-hour holiday truce after israel resumed their offensive. in 20 days of fighting, they have seen 1,000-plus in the death toll. and a u.s. flight ban in and out of tel aviv. what is going on through the heads of the people on the ground that can't keep out? the man here that you see was seen on "fox and friends." david is currently stuck in israel with his family this morning amid the violence. david, good morning to you. gamp to you in jerusalem. how are you doing this morning? >> good to be with you. doing fine, thank you. >> now your family had already
been in israel when you knew that in the escalating violence was unfolding. they were there on holiday. what did you do? >> well, at first they were here before everything started. when it began, they were in and area we believed was out of the rocket range. as soon as i heard for the first time that the warning sirens and the alarms went off in our neighborhood and my family was rushed to the bunker first thing in the morning at 5:00 a.m., i hopped on the next flight on delta and got there as soon as i could. with the intention of bringing them back right away. once i got here -- >> go ahead, you said delta and other u.s. airlines suspended flights within a mile of the airport with rockets falling, right? >> it wasn't even that. i've been here ten days now. well before the faa ban, which i appreciate bloomberg proving them wrong and showing them that it is safe to fly here, but it's more of a fact that traveling to the airport -- i have four daughters, the oldest is 5 1/2 and the youngest is 10 months
old. and property control is if there's a rocket, you have to get out of the car and hitting the deck. and i would rather stay in an area where we have had eight alarms and including at 5:00 a.m. i have to grab my children to get to the bunker in under 60 seconds. i feel safe where we have a bunker and not travel to the airport, which is a trip of 45 minutes long. >> do you buy that the truce is sustainable? >> listen, israel is offering a truce several times and have broken the truce many times. you can't trust one thing they say. it is very convenient during their holiday they want a truce when during israel's holiday of rosh hashanah, they have insane plans to come in through dozens of tunnels with hundreds of hamas members dressed as israeli soldiers. they are planning to come in -- actually, one tunnel was found
near a dining hall. they were going to kidnap as many as possible. but it is convenient during their holiday they want a lull in the fighting. we'll see if they hold up to their end of the bargain. >> david, what are you telling your kids? >> we have been telling them, they are very young, we are telling them these are fire drills. my oldest, actually, nia, she's 5 1/2, after about eight times she said, why are there so many fire drills? so we told her, listen, israel is a safe country and they are very careful. that's why. we put on cartoons on the computer in the bunker. and so far we have been keeping them away from the news while we are glued to our phones getting alerts nonstop and keeping up with all the action. >> david selitar, glad that you and your family are safe. >> if i can leave you with one message, if you don't mind. i would like to quote the current prime minister of israel, netanyahu, who said this a few years back. this is true today, not even for
israel alone but for america and all people in the civilization as well. and i will paraphrase, but if advertise la islamic nation would put down their weapons today, they would try to destroy every last once of us. it is lodgic versus sanity. i wish the entire world would realize that. >> thank you, david. stay safe now. >> thank you very much. coming up on the show, a race for mayor gets a real shock in hawaii. >> ah! >> how this candidate ended up on the wrong side of the law. and couples don't always agree. >> it's my fault that you don't feel satisfied. >> it is my fault, is that what you're saying? >> i'm not saying that. >> but that might not be a bad thing. the advice that could save your relationship, straight ahead.
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good morning and happy sunday. first, 4.9 million is how many american children are solely living with their grandparents. that's almost double what it was 14 years ago. next, 31 billion dollars is how much facebook's founder and ceo mark zuckerberg is now worth. thanks to a record stock jump. he is steadily climbing to the richest man in the world. i bet he likes that. and finally, 15,000 is how
many t-shirts the colorado rockies gave away with money major league error. they spelled star tulowitzki's name wrong. some fans are hoping it becomes a collector's item. >> i wish i knew how to properly spell it. well, in marriage there are things you don't agree on. >> so it's my fault you don't know how to satisfy me? >> jim a crazy and everything is my fault and my family is awful. and nothing, at all, is your fault. because you rock. >> have you been there? >> well, there will always be some disagreements but our next guest says there are some things you absolutely must agree on to have a successful marriage. mark merrill, president of "family first" and author of "all pro dad."
seven essentials for your marriage. >> you have to have a foundation that this marriage is forever, right? >> this marriage has to be forever. you have to have the mindset we are in this for life and that really, the d-word, divorce, is really not an option. >> you don't just throw around the d-word. i'm tired of you leaving your plates around. if you do that, i'm going to divorce you. >> your spouse will always have the safe, unemotional feeling. >> you say no secrets in a marriage. >> absolutely no secrets. if you want to surprise your spouse, i think that's probably okay, but otherwise you really want to have a relationship built upon trust. no questions about it. so we need to make sure that each and every time that is the foundation of everything else. if you don't have trust in your relationship, that's going to start cracking and eventually
crumble. >> we had this discussion in our house the other day, we are pretty much on the same page with how to discipline our children. there's not a lot of disagreement. that can really lead to problems in the may rememberriage, right? >> you have to agree to be on the safe team. if you're not, your children will pit you against one another and that can cause more serious issues. >> they go after -- they know and can sense weakness. kids are like dogs, they can smell fear. they will know, hey, mommy said i can't have a cookie but if i go down stairs to daddy's office, he will say i can have a cookie. >> right. if you are not on the same team, you have to agree on what the rules are and what the consequences are ahead of time. >> what about money? you have to agree on spending and saving and sharing, tell us about that. >> financial reasons are one of the biggest reasons for marital discord and conflict. how much debt are we going to
tolerate? what are the spending priorities? buy the new pair of golf clubs or a new couch? you need to agree on those things. >> and you are not just saying, don't have secrets and hide purchases. i'm going to put $100 on this clothing purchase. you're talking about that -- >> that's a big one. >> no, but you're talking, you need to have a serious conversation and figure out who is paying the bills and all that. >> in our relationship, my wife, she always pays the bills. and i handle the deposits and doing those things. so we break up the workload in terms of the finances, but it is absolutely critical that you agree how you're going to save, how you're going to spend and what you're going to share as well with others. >> you host and actual radio show as well. what's the number one thing you hear from your listeners? biggest marital strife problem, money? >> no, it's really not money. it's really an issue of
communication. they are saying m i wife just won't listen to me or my husband just won't listen to me. and listening is really a key to communication. >> wonderful. mark merrill, the new book is "all pro dad." seven essentials to be a hero to your kids and marriage. >> thank you for coming. >> good to see you. coming up on the show, like a hollywood movie caught on camera, a truck erupts into a fireball after a crash and a driver jumps out unscathed. he pops out, just another day at the office. and "hercules" hits the theaters, but is it worth your money? kevin mccarthy is here with his take. >> save these people. and restore order. wanto do, chances are we're already there. 12 brands. more hotels than anyone else in the world. like super 8, where every destination is super. save up to 15 percent and earn bonus points when you book at wyndhamrewards.com
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>> uh-huh. >> that's just a normal day around here. >> funny but not true. all right. we have other stories making headlines on your sunday morning to tell you about. an american citizen turned homicide bomber appears smiling in a video released by an al qaeda-linked syrian group. the 22-year-old was seen with other fighters before the may 25th attack on the syrian army. it is unknown how many were killed when he drove an explosive-filled truck into a restaurant filled with syrian soldiers. he grew up in florida where he attended several colleges before dropping out and moving abroad. and a stunning arrest caught on video. watch as the hawaii mayoral candidate is taken down by
police. >> ah! >> i'm not doing anything! i'm not doing anything! >> wow. bo hawks taking off barefoot after an officer tried to arrest him without having a license plate and talking on his cell phone. when hery cy rr resisted, the o shot him with a taser. he was running for mayor there. a small pickup truck bursts into flames while trying to make an emergency landing on a nevada highway. two people in the truck and two people in the plane walked away with minor injuries. the plane's engine died shortly after taking off from the reno airport. and from one fireball to another. caught on camera, flames are shot into the sky after hitting
another truck on the streets of russia. watch next as the truck calmly hops out of the burning truck. >> of course it was russian. >> right. the driver apparently lost control because of the wet roadway. the crash was captured on another driver's dash cam. interesting slices of life this morning. collapsing dogs, exploding trucks. >> selfies that blow up. and rick reichmuth. i can't believe he didn't run away from the truck. he just got out and was like, all right. >> the fire went out. >> i'm russian. >> he was russian, yeah. all right. take a look at the weather maps. here's what's going on this morning, temperaturewise, it is warm across the central plains. 79 degrees in kansas city. it gets better. it's going to get better this week with temps dropping quite a bit. take a look at what chicago looks like. chicago, your average this time of the year is 84. you'll be below that every day this week.
monday, tuesday, wednesday, mostly dry. pretty spectacular week. overnight lows are where you need a jacket. today, plenty of rain showers and plenty of severe weather, especially down across parts of the ohio valley into the midatlantic. all the area could be looking at tornadoes. not new england but anywhere to the south could be looking at tornadoes and strong winds acompanying those thunderstorms. down to the south, very hot across parts of texas. 102 in dallas. this is the hottest day as we start to cool down. not that much in the way of showers across the southeast, but certainly a warm, stuicky day. 76 in minneapolis with a very quick spotty shower. warmer across the high plains over to the area, 86. then the monsoon moisture continues across the four corners. some of the thunderstorms could drop a quick inch or two making for localized flooding. all right, guys, pa back to you inside. it could be a good weekend
for an action or sci-fi thrill we are the rain moving through. kevin mccarthy is here to weigh in on the best movies out there this weekend. >> by the way, peter, i dressed up specifically for you today. we have our suit vibe going on. >> we always do. >> you always dress alike. >> i know you love "50 shades of grey" so we'll talk about the trailer that is out. >> we are. we are going to discuss that as well. that trailer is pretty incredible. i don't know if you saw it officially, but "hercules" is the big one opening in theaters. this is the rock. the passion project for the rock. the second "hercules" film out this year. this is a 15-year passion project. he couldn't make this 15 years ago because no one knew who he was, and now he's the second highest paid actor according to "forbes" magazine. his family has been brutally
murdered and he takes on a job working for the king and things go completely wrong. this is a 98-minute movie that is turn your brain off action. bret ratner built these massive sets to give it a sense of cool realism. the overall product, though, just turn your brain off and don't worry about the script. the rock is fun, built for the role perfectly. i give it three out of five. it was not shot in 3-d and not shot in imax. save yourself $6. do not waste your money on imax 3d. see a matinee for three out of five. >> and scar jones fans rejoice this morning with a new film out to make $43 million from this weekend. tell us about "lucy." >> the idea here is that this character is a drug mule who essentially is exposed to a bunch of different drugs to make her super human. she uses 10% of her brain. the action in the movie is best
part, but all the scenes were in the trailer. you have seen every single action scene in the trailer. there's no point in watching this in theaters. she's underacting at times and overacting at times. i was disappointed with the product, a great cop september, but terribly executed. 2.5 out of 5. do not waste your money in theaters. >> you actually did have a chance to sit down with the rock and have a little fun. i saw your instagram photos with the rock and you were geeking out. what did you talk about? >> here's the thing, i don't know if you is a this, a couple last week released a photo of the rock on twitter. this is him from the '90s with a fanny pack. so when i walked into the room, i said, is there a hypothetical world where this fanny pack rock could beat up hercules? how would that go down? >> fanny pack rock would take out the kryptonite, if you will,
from his fanny pack. >> and replace it with --? >> hot pockets. >> lean pockets or real hot pockets. >> lean, get out of the room, lean pockets. it is real hot pockets. come on. fanny pack rock. >> could somebody pay to get that battle on screen? i would pay instantaneously. >> this trailer came out on thursday. already has over 11 million views on youtube alone. based on the popular book series, over 100 million copies of the book sold. i will say, the only thing i'm concerned about is the casting of the league, christian gray, by a guy named jamie dornan. i thought there was a more interesting choice. i will tweet out the not safe for work link if you want to
check it out. >> we have five seconds, did you see the batman versus superman trailer released yesterday at comic-con? >> i cannot wait for this. we are going together. i'm flying to new york and we are going together. i'm so excited about the batman movie. >> someone had a hidden camera. >> nerd alert! >> it is awesome. claytop morris on twitter to see the video. >> clayton and i want to go together and will cry nerd tears all day long. i cannot wait for the movie. >> you bring the popcorn. >> wait until you see "garden of the galaxy." it's amazing. >> you are speaking another language right now. >> we like movies. >> thank you. well, another major car recall. this time a problem with the air bags. the information you need to know before you hit the road, next. and bullets behind the bench. judges now packing heat to keep .att order in the court. [ female announcer ] we help make secure financial tomorrows a reality
45 minutes past the hour. nissan is recalling more than 226,000 vehicles because of defective air bag that is can lead to injuries. this includes four infinity models you can see on the screen as well as the nissan maxima, pathfinder and sentra. and powerful purses of radio waves have been picked up by a telescope in puerto rico. the waves are definitely coming from outside our galaxy but suggest it could be caused by emerging stars or exploding stars or evaporating black holes. but they are not ruling out extra terrestrial. peter?
clayton, it's a move that might be straight from the movies. >> you are out of order! >> the whole trial is out of order! >> gentlemen, may i remind you that you are in a court of law? >> several tulsa county judges hit the shooting range this week to begin their training to carry firearms in the courtroom. by law they are allowed to handle guns at workment and one judge is saying it is important that if the bad guys have guns it's important for the good guys to have them, too. good morning, judge, nice to see you today. judge lasko, can you hear me? good morning, how are you? it appear that is we are having problems with judge lasko, we'll come back later in the show to
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joining us again is tulsa county judge, kurt glasko. he believes judges should have the right to carry arms. and in his state, the judges are training to make sure they are doing it safely and properly. hey, judge. why is it important that judges have the ability to carry a firearm in a courtroom? tell us. >> so many of our courts do not have security. you go around the state of oklahoma and other jurisdictions, outside the metropolitan areas, the rural counties, have no security to speak of. and every citizen, not just judges, but every citizen has the right to defend themselves and be safe and secure. >> now you made it clear that you and your brother and sister, judge, rely on the wonderful deputies that you have there, but there are occasions and they have been known throughout the united states where something goes awry. and so you say, be prepared,
right? >> yes, sir, i do. and most of those situations happen in domestic context. of a domestic case that's gone bad. and many times in those situations the judge is in there by himself with the clerk or maybe a court reporter. and so in those situations, the judge aught to be able to defend himself. >> in the past, we have heard some outrage, liberal kind of outrage that, oh, my god, how can a judge have a firearm in a courtroom? a, it's not really safe, and b, it sends the wrong message. is it safe? and does it send the proper mess age? >> well, if anyone that has a firearm, they need to be trained. i'm a hunt er myself and have gone through open and concealed weapon training. so all of our citizens, if you are going to own a farm, you need to be trained. you take driver's ed to drive a car. if you are going to own a
firearm, you need to be trained appropriately. and it is up to the individual judge, depending on his her situation, on whether they choose to carry a firearm. in my situation, i feel safe because we have outstanding deputies very on top of things to diffuse problems. >> have you ever had to use a gun in the courtroom at all? >> oh, no, no, no, never. >> and you're praying that day never comes, i know. >> well, you bet. and as a christian person, you're not supposed to live in fear. so i think that we're good and safe. and i hope that others are as well. >> and thank you for your service, judge kurt glassco, good to see you. do well and do justice. great to see you. and now the great anna coy man has a great person with her.
>> now tylenol is revealing that they are no better than taking a sugar pill. we have a doctor here with us. is this back pain across the border or across a specific area? >> this study is for healthy adults with sudden onset of lower back pain. this is a game of telephone where the message is being changed the more times it is told. people are thinking tylenol doesn't work for any type of pain and that's not correct. occasional headaches or aches and pains, joint pains, it can be effective. >> just acute lower back pain that one study talked about. what should we take if we have acute lower back pain? >> there's a whole class of drugs called ibuprofen what is effective and able to purchase over the counter. >> now i'm hearing that several of these medicines don't work.
>> because you are so miserable, you want them to work and think they should work. many times the cough comes from having allergies or post-nasal drip which is mucus in the back of the throat causing us to have a cough. so we are hitting these problems, you need allegra, that can be very effective as well as nasal inhalers and nasal irrigation of the nose. >> or get a simple humidifier, that helps, too. what about sleep aids? do these work? everybody is going, i need extra shut-eye, are they going to work for us? >> unisom, benadryl, these do not work. they may increase the amount of sleep, the quaptty, but they do not help with the quality. so if you get eight hours, it may be like four hours of sleep. plus they have side effects. you can be groggy and it can interfere with the medications. no medicine is the best medicine. >> what about melatonin, that's the natural way.
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hey, good morning, everybody. today is sunday, the 27th of july, i'm anna kooiman. we start with a fox news alert. hamas just agreed to a new 24-hour truce. this after israel resumed its ground offensive because hamas continued to launch rockets during the cease-fire. we are live on the ground with the developing details. and immigration protests rocking even the most liberal cities in america. >> our dollar for our people for our veterans for our children. >> now we learn illegal kids could be coming to a school near you. plus, they never saw it coming when they were taking a selfie. i love that the guy runs away. sparks fly, literally, when a couple snaps a selfie.
they caught it on camera. "fox and friends" hour three star starts right now. hey, everybody. welcome to "fox and friends" weekend, clayton morris, peter johnson jr., and i'm anna kooiman. we are going to be roller blading a little bit later. >> i just saw a lot of in-shape people. what are you doing here? that will be later in the show. but first to this fox news alert, because hamas agreed to a new 24-hour cease-fire. at this hour, israel has not yet agreed to the break in fighting. this coming after hamas rejected a previous truce causing israel to resume their ground offensive inside gaza. well, john huddy is live along the israel/gaza board we are the very latest.
good morning, john. >> reporter: well, anna, clayton, peter, good morning to you. that's right, hamas has agreed to an accepted a 24-hour cease-fire truce, but this coming after israel halted a u.n. broker 24-hour cease-fire earlier today halfway through as rockets were launched from gaza into israel. so, israel resumed its ground offensive, its military offensive including several massive air strikes that we caught on camera. take a look at this. now israel is -- its prime objective at this point is to destroy hamas' infrastructure. the network of attack tunnels, several of which stretch into israel. now so far the latest numbers we have been getting from advertise
real real the israeli military is 36 tunnels have been destroyed. and this after we continue to see destruction in gaza, neighborhoods have been leveled, buildings, homes, reduced to rubble. so at this point now we are hearing israel's security cabinet will be meeting again tonight to discuss the next steps, including the possibility of expanding the military operation or at least continuing with the stated goal of destroying hamas' infrastructure and network of tunnels and then withdrawing troops from gaza back into israel. so at this point, the ground offensive continues. israel has not agreed from what we are hearing to another cease-fire, but of course we will continue to keep you posted about any significant developments. guys, back to you. >> john huddy live for us this morning. stay safe, buddy. we have other stories making
headlines at this hour. overnight, dutch police are canceling their trip to the mh-17 crash site. officials say it would simply be too dapg house. this comes as the last two planes carrying the remains of more than 250 rivictims arrivedn the netherlands. the plane was shot down over eastern ukraine. the security breach in one of the country's busiest airport. two men are able to slip past jfk's $350 million security system. workers found them on a navigational pier at the end of the runway in the middle of the night. the men were kayaking in jamaica bay when it overturned and they swam to the nearest area. both were cited for trespassing two. years ago a jet skier scaled the fence and walked into the airport after he ran out of gas.
while you were sleeping, the costa concordia arrived at the final destination of the scrap yard. it has taken four days to tow them to genoa. it hit a reef and capsized killing 32 people. hundreds of workers will now break the ship apart for scrap. and she's been taking on the bad guys for decades. oh, yeah. oh, momma! now wonder woman is getting a makeover. and here's the first look with the big reveal at comic-con. >> this rippled through the internet. were you awake when this happened last night? >> did it wake you out of bed?
>> comic-con, she was revealed. >> where is the red and blue? >> well, that picture, when we saw the first picture of ben affleck and saw the super man darker, we'll see if there's color to it when the movie hits. more on that, i'm tracking that story for you. >> someone asked me, she has the bracelet on. >> and she has her lasso back in the green room to tie up guests. a number of protests are emerging in liberal cities. up in massachusetts they are want to seal the borders. all races and all creeds and all colors came out to protest deval patrick's move there to say to bring the illegal immigrants here and we'll house up to 1,000 of them. we'll shelter them and feed them. and protesters coming out to
say, absolutely not, we cannot afford it and deal with it in the schools. >> when we talk about the kids, we call them children, and when you think of children, you think ages 4, 5, 6, 7. many of the kids coming here from very violent backgrounds and desperate situations and already fears there will be all kinds of crime created. not just the border states are dealing with this but states across the country are housing the illegal immigrant children. and it is taxing our system. it's too tough. >> huge social, educational and economic issues coming to a school near you. they are saying 30,000 of these folks are coming in september over the next year. then maybe another 100,000 of these illegal immigrant children. many who don't speak english or spanish. many from el salvador and guatemala who speak indian languages and dialects. the can tptain commented on thi
saying the school system is overwhelmed. our health department is overwhelmed. >> she's not the only one. because debra duardo is director of the human services for out in los angeles for the unified school district. you have massachusetts on the east coast, los angeles on the west coast. there's no way a foreign child will be able to come to school ready and be able to learn if we don't address some of the other issues they are facing. and we have been hearing reports that gangs, the number of gangs are trying to recruit these teenagers and children to join their ranks coming into the different school districts. so you have the gang issue and the schools are not prepared for this. >> we are breaking this down in virginia, 2,200 unaccompanied minors released to the state. 2 2rkz 2200 in maryland, 4200 in texas, 1191 of them in north carolina.
if the kids are here illegally as well, how can the so-called sponsors be trusted to make sure kids are showing up to their hearings. >> and the government hasn't been asking their status. and we know from a number of sources here at fox that a lot of them are not showing up for processing at all. >> that's true. even worse, the concerns we have about going to school and the costs, what if they are not going to school? what if they are doing what clayton talked about, getting involved with the gangs and trying to recruit them? and who will pay for all of this? you will, either your state or federal taxes. in chicago, rahm emanuel is planning to take in about 1,000 of these children. the federal government will be paying, but when the federal government is paying, that means you'll be paying. >> as if chicago doesn't have a problem with crime already. just over fourth of july weekend, there were more than eight people shot and 16 people who were killed. >> and this past weekend, more
children. >> it's been a rash of violence. >> more coming up on this story on the show. meanwhile, "the new york times," do you read the opinion pages? it just got printed today, actually. "the new york times" opinion page and editorial board has decided to call for a federal ban on ending the federal ban on marijuana saying it is time. they are calling it the new prohibition. we believe on every level health is affecting the impact on society and law and order issues. the balance falls squarely on the side of national legalization and will put decisions on whether to allow recreational or medicinal levels to go on and be changed.
>> this is a complex issue. should the states have the right -- yes, states have the right to set rules for marijuana. it is proven that miles per hour is a gateway drug. if the federal government is putting their -- they are saying, yes, it's okay to remove the ban, what signal does that send to children across the country who unfortunately could be subject to the gateway drug? >> let us know what you think about this and the opinion piece in "the new york times." >> i'm making sure my prohibition. am i right on my 1920s? floor director dave, if i go to alcohol-related questions, i go to dave. or to rick reichmuth outside. >> is that because he was there then? >> steve was there in prohibition. >> i thought that might be the case. it is incredibly muggy
outside. it will remain that way all day. i have gotten into a great conversation with these kind folks from michigan about national parks. you have seen many of them, that's awesome. we'll take a look at what is going on. we have some rain that's going to be plaguing parts of the midatlantic and parts of the northeast throughout much of the day today. and it's going to turn severe, especially across parts of kentucky and in towards ohio and west virginia. you think that's the biggest threat for tornadoes? certainly watch out for that area. and we have the monsoonal activity continuing. great news for getting more moisture and rain around parts of the four corners. we'll send it back to you inside. thank you, rick. >> we are still doing the charleston, meanwhile. >> celebrating the roaring '20s. coming up, eric holder was watching this new york city chokehold case. and what about the marine still locked up in mexico? the the doj doing anything to bring him home? and nice guys finish last? why women say to stay away from certain types of guys that are
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welcome back. the department of justice is closely monitoring the nypd chokehold situation after the death of eric garner saying, quote, we feel there's more than enough federal jurisdiction here and the civil rights of eric garner were violated that led to his death. while eric holder focuses on this case, why is his justice department ignoring the i.r.s. or the u.s. machine held in mexico? or is this just politics? thank you for being here this morning, is this a federal
issue? we know the nypd is doing their own investigation. we know this guy's badge and gun were taken away while going through the investigation process. why does the federal government have to get involved? >> clearly this is a tragic situation that happened. and my thoughts and prayers are with the garner family, but this is a local issue, clayton. this is not a federal government issue. eric holder has inserted himself in this. i see this as color-coded justice. he's made an opinion about this, as far as i'm concerned, he ignored what the new black panther party members did during 2008 during the presidential election. and he's also challenging voter i.d. laws in stateses like north carolina and texas claiming black voters' rights would be infringed when that is not the case. >> does the government see a political move here that is purely politics? >> i think it's a bureaucracy going wild, starting with eric holder and the i.r.s.
tea party individuals try to file for status. you mention they are jailed with the marine, and i pray to god that he returns home, but there's also the epa that is running wild. there are documents and data missing they can't find. they can't find the employee that they are trying to investigate because he's supposedly off on ahis family f. so we have the bureaucracy going wild. no one is being held accountable. and eric holder is not doing his job. >> the i.r.s., i'm glad you brought up with the i.r.s. because you would think that would be a federal matter from the department of justice. i want to play sound from the attorney general. there's no need from the attorney general here. it's a federal issue. take a listen. it is very, very rare in the history of the justice department to use a special prosecutor. we have analyzed this one and looked at the applicable
regulations, and this does not warrant the effect of a special counsel. >> the guy looking into this i.r.s. scandal targeting groups, missing hard drives and e-mails, that doesn't rise to their level. >> and what the epa -- mark lavay with his legal foundation, is trying to get to the bottom of missing documents with the epa. eric holder is not doing his job. and we the people are the ones who suffer the consequences because we don't get any answers. >> have you seen a more political department of justice? >> it's off the rails from obama on down. he's set the tone. so this whole administration is basically government gone wild. >> great to see you this morning. >> great to see you. a heartbreaking discovery. a family learns their son has cancer just before leaving for a cruise, and now the cruise line is refusing to save their money. and they never saw this
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good morning, everyone. hope you're feeling well. this morning a judge strikes down d.c.'s ban on handguns. the ruling had been in court for five years after two residents filed a suit when their legal gun permits were denied. and a fast-moving wildfire in northern california triples in size forcing the evacuation
of more than 500 homes east of sacramento. the blaze torching 4,000 acres so far. five homes and seven buildings have been destroyed. the wildfire sparked saturday when a car drove over dry grass is now 20% contained. they booked a family cruise for summer vacation but just weeks before they had to cancel after learning their 5-year-old sonic lason nicholas needed surgery. thank you for joining us this morning. you were scheduled to go on norwegian cruise lyine, but nicholas, 5 years old, was
diagnosed with cancer and had to have serious surgery. tell us what happened. >> we went to a street fair with our boy, he was 7. we got hand puppets and two little boys were hitting each other. and later that evening, he got hit in the belly, he couldn't breathe and we rushed him to the hospital. they thought they saw internal bleeding with a hematoma and turned out to be a cancerous surgery. >> and he had a big surgery. >> a few days later they removed 60% of his gallbladder, part of his diaphragm and lymph nodes. >> now he's being looked at by you and his younger brother, brody. you went to norwegian cruise lines and they told you to get lost, basically. >> yeah. they said we should have gotten travelers insurance policy. >> and phil, what was your
reaction when they said, i've spent $4,000 on this cruise to bring my entire family, and now my little boy has cancer and you're telling me to take a walk. what are your thoughts? >> i couldn't believe it. the cruise line that i thought was family oriented to cater to families, it's a nickelodeon cruise, so i was astounded that they would not help us out. >> it was a nickelodeon cruise on norwegian. wow. norwegian has given a statement to fox though say, our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with the colucci family and we wish nicholas a speedy recovery. after reviewing the request of the colucci family, we spoke with the family and while we could not make an exception to our policy, we told them we would assist them when they were ready to re-book their cruise. >> no, that is not what they
said. they hoped we would pick norwegian for future cruising. and depending on the dates we would choose, they would try to do something for us but no guarantees. >> and there was no prayers or sympathy extended? >> not at all. >> but there was sympathy extended by another cruise line who stepped up the plate when they heard your plight. they said when you are ready, colucci family, we'll make sure you have the cruise without any fee going forward. >> uh-huh. >> and they are not interested in having their name revealed at this point. >> no. >> how did you feel when you heard these people reaching out in this way? >> just how a company should be, have a little compassion. the ceo of the company called me himself and he's a great man. and just, you know, it's remarkable how companies can be and how they actually are. >> did you tell nicholas he has a chance to go on the cruise he thought he would have. >> we did. >> how is he doing?
>> he's doing good. we are halfway through his chemo regiment. under the circumstances he's doing very well. >> i think he's doing very well. i saw the love and bond in your family and said to him this morning, i said, i went through chemo as a kid, too, and he's going to make it. god bless him and god bless you. there's a silver lining in everything. we're happy there's a somewhat happy ending here going forward, but it is kind of surprising. what do you say to other parents booking the cruises? >> take out travelers insurance. and maybe choose a different company. >> you think after seeing this norwegian will step up to the plate to say we made a mistake and want to apologize and do the right thing? >> honestly, i don't think so. i belong to this group on facebook called little mommas and there are 2500 moms from all over the united states and we have been messaging and tweeting and they have not backed down at
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♪ >> i love that the guy is wearing a scuba whafg for a selfie when lightning hits behind them. and i love that he runs away, too. >> i don't want agree with his characterization. i hope you're okay. >> but as a lawyer, peter, when looking at this video -- >> he was reaching to help the children. >> there are children there that were just -- you know --
>> we had wild weather this week, including the storms in arizona. but these storms are common. where in the world are they coming from? rick reichmuth is here with the answers. that is called a haboob, right, rick? >> this makes me angry. that's a dust storm. and i'm from arizona. i went to school in phoenix, lived in phoenix for six years and it is called a dust storm. the word for dust storm in arabic is haboob. and they have quite a few dust storms there called haboobs. in 2011 there was a monster dust storm in phoenix, and at the same time very close to that there was a haboob in the middle east and that term took off in the u.s. people like meteorological terms like polar vortex or durecho or haboob. >> how common are these? >> haboobs? >> dust storms are very common. if you live on the east coast or anywhere across the east coast,
for the most part, and you get a big storm coming through from no wind to wind, that's a gust front. when the gust front comes through parts of the east, you may find debris, leaves, limbs of stuff, going through the air. out across parts of the southwest, all of the ground is dirt and grime. so that's the exact same thing. in the monsoon season you hear me talk about all the time, you get the big thunderstorms. and they have the exact same e dynamics as thunderstorms everywhere. it hits the dirt and the sand begins to vibrate to cause more sand to loose up up, and these columns of dust can extend up to 20,000 feet in the air. >> what about the water tornadoes we saw in taiwan? everyone was captivated by this this week. the americans may not be familiar with them or they are not that common? >> they are quite common. there are 400 waterspouts in the state of florida. they are not that unsimilar to a
tornado. once they are over land, they are called a tornado. over water, they are a waterspout. >> can they move from water to land? >> generally these are stationary. >> occasionally one will move to land, but they are not a very strong tornado. not like a big oklahoma ef-5 tornadoes. these are smaller tornadoes that cause damage, sometimes toss boats around out across the water, but they are not that damaging. >> and nasa releasing the picture of the solar flare that happened a few years ago, but these pictures just came out. >> it happened in july of 2012. these kinds of images are spectacul spectacular. the reason this is so interesting, back in 1859, a solar storm was the first one they recorded called the carington storm. and that storm at that time
caused the northern lights to be visible in cuba. as far south as cuba, it caused a lot of telegraph lines to spark. this storm that happened in 2012 in july they say was as strong as that storm but it missed the earth's angle of the earth by one week. it happened a week earlier and would be a direct contact. and nowadays the way we rely on gps and cell phone and satellite communications and our smart power grids, had this hit at the wrong time. it could have been a $2 trillion cost and taken the world months to recover. >> a cost from what? >> the magnetic energy coming from the sun disrupting our digital world. >> our selfies would be completely disrupted. >> if you think of all the power grids, we are on the smart power grids, all the communications come from satellite. this is one of the things that we are out of the risk from now, but this will happen again at some point and is something that need some sort of preparations
for alternate ways to have backup communications. >> that happened in july 2012. that is what happened to lois lerner's e-mails. >> oh. >> the best segment of the day, thank you. good stuff. and other stories making headline this is sunday morning, we start with a fox news alert. overnight, the first photoses released showing dozens of personnel in tripoli, libya. the american staffers and diplomats driving vehicles to indonesia. ongoing clashes near the embassy between rival malitias forcing them out. the staff arriving safely five hours after evacuation. secretary of state kerry saying they will return as soon as the security situation there improves. and american citizen turned homicide bomber appears smiling in a video released by an al qaeda-linked group.
the 22-year-old can be seen with other fighters before the attack on the syrian army. it's unknown how many were killed when he drove the explosive-filled truck filled with soldiers. he grew up in florida where he attended several colleges before dropping out and moving abroad. not one but two terrifying moments in the air for one airlines flight. we showed you this video of the swat team after a midair bomb threat but an unruly passenger. >> put your hands up! >> heads down! >> after the unruly passenger was arrested and the plane searched, the flight took off from toronto to panama city. after another passenger fainted and hit their head, the plane was forced to make an emergency landing in jamaica. the plane finally made it to its final destination.
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>> no! >> the studies also say that men are just the opposite. they want a woman who is like, oh, tell me more about yourself. women lean on every word. >> oh, you want to marry me now. i love you, too. >> let us know your thoughts. meanwhile, we are following this story out of iraq. a serious situation for christians there because they are being told to convert, pay up or die. and the holy site be being blown to bits like this one. father john joins us next with what this means for the fateful here in america. and come take a look at this hollywood movie caught on camera. a truck erupts into a fireball after a crash and the driver just jumps out unscathed. to buy a car.
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for a body in motion. . . 45 minutes after the hour and a few quick headlines for you. a truck bursts into a fireball after hitting a truck where? russia. the driver hops out of the driver seat like it's just another day at the office. and aretha franklin is demanding a little r-e-s-p-e-c-t. what does that spell? ♪ all i'm asking for is a little respect ♪ >> the music legend claims she was disrespected at a johnny rockets in canada. the waitress allegedly yelling at her for sitting at an empty table while waiting to pick up her takeout order saying they are only for dine-in customers.
johnny rockets is now apologizing. and johnny rockets sings all the songs. >> on their jukebox. >> exactly. >> you know the songs you were just playing, that was my song. >> let's go to something a little more serious this morning. terrorists in iraq telling christians they should convert or die. the militant group isis even blowing up a biblical site that contained the tomb of the prophet jonah. >> muslims and jews with shrines have been blown up. what do you make of this? previously 60,000 christians were living and carrying out christian faith are now reduced to zero being forced from the city and fleeing to the northern
part of iraq. what do you make of this? >> until the last month or so, i've gotten a lesson from the syrian chr syrian christians. this is a cleansing, a religious cleansing. this is the second largest city in iraq. this is not one little area of iraq. iraq, that we have invested so much life and limb and treasure in. and it's a country. and the fact that there's a cleansing going on right now is absolutely ridiculous. and the silence right now from our western leaders and our president is deafening. and the reason is, in my opinion, that the administration got caught off guard. they didn't realize how fast isis was growing and how quickly they would sweep iraq. and now it doesn't really fit into the narrative of, you know what? i'm glad we got out. >> i think you're giving them a pass. we have had many experts on here pointing out all the signs were written for isis over what they
wanted to accomplish inside of iraq. >> i'm not going to second guess or to pre-judge the president's intention. but what i do know is there's total disengagement on this. why is the president right now just acting as if nothing has gone on? in a country where so many soldiers gave our lives, nothing, why did they give their lives for freedom? condoleezza rice very famously and in a prophetic statement said religious liberty has to be the task for freedom. why? because spirituality is the highest of the value of the human person. it's the highest one that you're willing to die for. if you have a country not willing to protect that test, it's a shame. christians there, we are standing with you. that was a mosque blown up, but
it was a sign of interreligious respect and tolerance. that's something that has to be fought for. >> it's a wonderful message of intolerance and freedom and religious liberty and standing up for human rights in this world. >> absolutely. and real religion brings us to tolerance and respect for people, even with whom we disagree. >> father john, thank you. >> thank you. happy sunday to you. lawmakers are about to take a vacation for five weeks. should they stay in d.c.? we'll can congressman mike kelly about that. and are you thinking about adopting a dog? the simple things you can look for to help you find your perfect pet. that's coming up. i can't wait. in the nation, it's not always pretty.
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hello and happy sunday. it's the 27th of july, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. immigration protests rocking even the most liberal cities. >> our dollar for our people for our veterans for our children. >> now we've learned that the illegal children could be coming to a school near you. christians in iraq are told to convert, pay or die. and where is the white house? and a veteran giving back to other military families out of his own home. now he's boone being ordered to cease and desist. that's here live this hour on why he's not giving up. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now.
good sunday morning, everyone. welcome in to "fox & friends." welcome. anna kooiman, i'm clayton morris. today, fox fan day we'll be out at yankees stadium for the big day. we'll be tweeting out lots of fun photos. if you can't get there, make sure you try to get there next year. >> take me out to the ball game later. but before that, we're getting involved in roller derby. >> i saw some really healthy people in the hallway this morning conning me to putting on some roller skates, roller blades. we'll get to that in a moment. >> overnight, the first photo of release showing dozens of militants securing personnel as the embassy is evacuated. ongoing clashes between the rival libya militias are forcing them out. secretary of state john kerry saying personnel in libya will
return as soon as the security situation there improves. and another fox news alert, hamas agreeing to a new 24-hour cease-fire between israel and palestinian militants ahead of a major muslim holiday. at this hour, israel has not yet agreed to break in fighting. well, this is all coming after hamas rejected the prove toopes causing israel to resume their ground offensive inside gaza. the ceo of keepamerica.com is currently stuck in america with his family. he joined us earlier to tell us about what he thinks is going on and the latest on the peace agreement. >> israel has offered a truce several times. they've broken the truce many times. you can't trust one thing they say. >> after 20 days of fighting, the death toll is now at over 1,000. the "new york times" becoming more like the high times? the newspaper's editorial board calling for the federal
government to repeal its ban on marijuana. the paper comparing it to the failed prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s and the 1930s. the times saying the problems associated with marijuana use are minor compared to alcohol and tobacco. earlier this month, new york's governor, andrew cuomo, signed a bill making new york the 23rd state to legalize pot for medicinal use. russia declaring war on mcdonald's. the country wants to ban the fast food joint from selling some of its signature products. it has slapped them with a claiming its foods contain more fats and -- but they're okay to have vodka on the menu. >> big mac, nyet. nyet. >> that's very good. i didn't know you spoke russian. >> limited.
this weekend, there were some protests. maybe you were a part of them if you lived in some of these lib wall cities. boston, beacon hill, one of the largest protests reporters ever witnessed on beacon hill. hundreds of people showing up to say do not send illegal immigrants to our schools. they're inviting illegal immigrants to come into the school there, into the school system and welcome them into the state of massachusetts. >> some of the organizers are saying when we think about these needy children, we think of 4-year-olds, 5-year-olds and 6-year-old. but what they end up getting are teens who are sometimes already involved in gangs and taxing the system. >> and educators are very, very concerned. from massachusetts to california, they're saying we don't have the social or economic resources to make this
work, especially when so many of these children don't speak english or spanish. >> and they're already taxed. we know so many school districts are taxed, buying their own construction paper because states can't afford it, rahm emanuel, the mayor in chicago, woiging students there. this is how it breaks down by states. this is a snapshot. we could show you every state. but this is just a snapshot of some of where these unaccompa unaccompanied minors are being released to. virginia, 2200. maryland, 2200. texas, 4200. north carolina, 1200. new jersey, 1500. we talk about the size of classrooms. you take one school and you shove 50 extra students into it and you burden these teachers with having to teach them to folks who don't speak english, don't speak spanish, how are they going to teach them? >> great point. >> it changes the face of our education system as a whole. inside classrooms, teachers often have to dumb things down
to the lowest possible level to try to bring the rest of them up. i mean, it's taxing in more ways than one. let's switch gears, though. >> it is taxing. we brought to light a story this morning that's not being reported really anywhere else in broadcast or cable media. a genocide against christians going on in iraq. increasingly, we've seen that the numbers are down, down, down. let's take a look. 60,000 christians in mosul, iraq, in 2003. last month, in june, 35,000. now, zero. >> yeah. what's going on here? the terrorist group isis moving into iraq taking over this country. the writing had been on the wall telling christian necessary these towns, you join us, convert to islam, pay us or you'll be killed. and for a lot of these older christians who are elderly and not able to just get up and pack up their family and move up to the northern regions of
kurdistan or other parts of the country, they're convert to go islam because they're putting guns to their head. father jonathan morris saying earlier on the show, this isn't just a small town. >> this is the second largest city in iraq. this is not one little area of iraq. iraq, that we have invested so much life and limb and treasure and as a country, the west, the fact that there's a cleansing going on right now is absolutely ridiculous. and the silence right now from our western leaders, from our president, is deafening. why is the president acting as if something is going on. nothing. why did the soldiers give their lives? for freedom. >> and at 1.5 million christians at one point and they're down to less that 200,000 at this hour. >> the last remaining
presbyterian church in mosul has been converted. churches are being converted into mosques. this is something else you won't hear anywhere else, either, isis kidnapped an american woman who is being held for $5 million. we had someone on the show earlier who told us that. where is the president on all that? we see where he's been. he's been out fund-raising and golfing. is he engaged? >> hyper engaged in all parts of middle east politics. that's what lisa monaco said, the assistant for security. listen to what she had to say. from my feet, whether it's in daily meetings in the sit room or in the oval office, there is nothing approaching disengagement. and you see that in -- just take a scan of the world here and look at the facts on the ground. in every time you look, there's
american leadership and people are crying for american leadership and its presence. and the president is hyper engaged, frankly, from the seat that i see him in. >> she said everywhere in the world there's footprints of american leadership. are there footprints of american leadership in iraq? >> well, i think there's been a lot of sand kicked in our faces in terms of footprints in the sand. and i'm surprised that ms. monaco would refer to the sit room. the sit room is a sore point. for example, where was the president? was he in the situation room on the night of benghazi? history proves that he wasn't. was he in the situation room or on the rope lines post missile attack a couple of weeks ago? time and time again, i think the president's stewardship is being called into question in terms of his vigilance, in terms of what they call his hyper vigilance and his inattention to these issues. >> let us know what you think. we're going to be speak to go
congressman mike kelly coming up in a few minutes about the white house engagement, congress engagement with these world politics and how the white house is responding. >> well, and what we can do, too. mariam ibrahim, we had a positive outcome from that because of what was going on with social media. so we need to speak out, too. talk to our local lawmakers and raise awareness about this. >> as i said, we need to keep our weight on it, absolutely. >> let's get out to rick now with the forecast. are they adopting dogs out there, right? >> we have a good crowd. one of our group appear to be freezing. are you okay? >> yes. >> oh, licking. now we're taking a look t weather map. we've got the same storms moving up through the atlantic and later on we'll see this
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we're going to get out of the swamp and head back to our districts. in just a few weeks, congress will take a five-week vacation. >> with republicans failing to act on the border crisis and the va, is this the time to take a break? joining us in and out is congressman mike kelly. a lot of people are wanting to hold congress's feet to the fire and say before i go on vacation, i have the tie up these loose ends. this recess, set to begin on thursday. what is it going to take for you and your good company to act? >> well, when you say recess, just because we're not in washington, d.c. doesn't mean we're not working. most of us, and i think a lot of us on both sides of the aisle, we're doing district work. it's really important for me and my colleagues to be on the ground talking to people in their hometowns, in their businesses, in their schools and in their churches about things that concern them. so i would just say are we on
vacation? no. are we out of washington? yes. but where are we? and i start at dawn and go past every person i can see during the course of that time. so it's not time off. and with everything we have available, if the speaker decides you know what? we need to have a conference call, we can do that rather quickly. there will be a lot of legislation we can look at and we'll go through. we pass three important pieces of legislation and that has to do with accountability, being able to do the same thing with the veterans people that we do in the private sector and hold them accountable, and the other thing is giving them access to veterans. they can use private facilities and that's critical to get that care to the people that really have done the most and deserve it the most. so we're not taking time off. we're taking time out of washington, d.c. i have to tell you, i'd much rather be home talking to the peop people. >> you're going back to your home state of pennsylvania, my
home state of pennsylvania, the great keystone state. when you get back there, though, you're going to say the roads need fixing, you're driving through parts of the northern part of the state. we got hit brutally hard by the terrible winter. you're a businessman before you went into politics, you know you don't want to go on vacation with a huge stack of work in front of you. so what are your pooeg people in pennsylvania going to say to you when they say we haven't fixed the border, we haven't fixed these roads, congressman? >> there will be a solution coming out of the house of representatives this week that the whole country can see i think that's very thoughtful and makes sense at the present. so that's not going to be the paramount issue. i travel those same roads. you know, a couple years ago, we had that stimulus, too, and we spend over $800 well and with interest $1 trillion. it would have been nice back then to say why don't we use 4% or 5% of this money to fix our railways and our roads and
bridges. maybe you don't see the right return on the investment for the hard working american taxpayer. you look at those things and say let's learn from our mistakes to the past and start to look to the future. we need a plan that's five or seven years, not five or six months. >> congressman kelly, i want to get your thoughts on this because you introduced to stop epa's overreach. you say president obama's war cost american livelyhoods. tell us about this. >> this is a president that has this war on coal. he's very hard on coal and very soft on putin. you have to sit back and think where with we really going? we have the coal country protection act. this isn't just about coal country. this is about our whole country. we talk about jobs and jobs creation. this initiative by the epa, and the epa is coming to pittsburgh this week. we're going to have them on the ever over at the highmark stadium, we're going to have them for people who go deep into
the earth and bring this product out. this is the workhorse of the american industry. coal has always powered us in this great city. this is it, this is steel country. steel became the great power that we needed because of coal. these folks going deep into the earth bringing this coal out of the ground. we could possibly lose 600,000 jobs. coal provides 40% of the electricity that we need to run this country. so you sit back and you say, my goodness, where are we going? this is an administration that says openly, this is a war on coal. we're going to have a chance now for those families to show up in pittsburgh, tell the epa, you picked the wrong time on the wrong time on the wrong policy. we are going to stand up for coal and talk about it without making sure they know who we are. >> congressman mike kelly, nice to see you this morning. say hello to my fellow folks out there in pittsburgh. >> will do. thank you. a veteran giving back to other military familiars is out of his own home.
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nonviolence civil disobedience, comparing their campaign to the civil rights movement. restaurants worried an increase would cut jobs and businesses. right now, the minimum wage, $7.25. a vietnam war veteran who builds furniture in his courage and gives it to military families in need could now be forced to shut his operation down. a homeowner's association is telling our next guest he needs to close up shop or he could be fined up to $1,000. vet dennis coker joins us now. good morning, dennis. thanks for getting up so early. >> good morning. >> you were in the air force from 1961 to 1965 and you're a disabled veteran and you're a proud veteran. was going on with the lake of the pines association and your efforts to build furniture for veterans and other people who need it? you're not making a dollar. >> i re-side in a gate the community known as lake of the
pines which is a beautiful community about 35 miles east of sacramento. i've lived there for ten years and for ten years i have built my furniture as a hobby for family, friends and neighbors. recently, the association for some apparent reason have said my furniture is unsightly, that i am emitting odors and fumes and my 15 immediate neighbors disagree. so i have tried to community with the general manager of the association, but he is intent in closing me down. he says that i am conducting a business and not a hobby. i have indicated to him that i donate over 50 pieces of my furniture that i have made to the men and women in the military and apparently that is not good enough for the general manager or the management at lake of the pines. >> you know, i believe that you can help make this the land of the free and the home of the
brave. if they can shut you down and they can stop you from giving furniture that you've made with your own bare hands to veterans and other folks like this, is this the land of the free? and what can people do? what can you do to stop this? >> well, many of my neighbors have donated furniture to me because they know i repair and donate it and many of them are quite concerned that the rules and regulations that are being imposed on the residents of lake of the pines are excessive. and they're not administered in an equal and fair way. so the only thing we can do is to appeal to the covenant committee on august 5th at 8:00 p.m., which is a group of residents at lake of the pines who will decide whether i'll be able to carry on my hobby in the workshop. but what is so amazing is that no one from administration has ever been in my shop or on my property to make the determination that my furniture is unsightly, emitting odors.
so it's kind of amazing how they've come to this association. >> the homeowner's association says they could fine you up to $1,000. have you heard from many veterans group about what you've been doing in the past and what you hope to do in the future? >> i have heard many comments via e-mail from news medias across the united states, from texas to wisconsin through the state of washington where veterans have said we support what you are doing, we think it is wrong, and the time is right now when the va is sdrugelling to take care of the veterans that what i am doing and providing furniture at no cost to the men and women, that this is something that should and remain and be able to continue. >> i see it's a labor of love for your fellow veterans and also a labor of love for this country. will you allow these folks to shut you down? >> i will not allow it.
i will obey what their order is, obviously, because i do believe in rules. but there has to be discretion here when administering the rules. rules are made for everyone so that it is a comfortable place to live. and lake of the pines is an absolute beautiful place. but you have to administer the laws equally and fairley and use discretion when doing it. >> dennis kocher, thanks for being with us and thanks for your service and thanks for doing what you're doing. we wish you well as you go forward. >> my pleasure. thank you for your support. >> thank you. coming up, a heartbreaking discovery, a family learns their young son has cancer days before they're set to sail off on a cruise. now the cruise line refusing to refund their money. hear from that family coming up next. and marriage is a game of give-and-take, of course, but are you playing by the rules? the important advice that could actually save your relationship.
8-week-old pit bull puppy snuggling up together. the two are now inseparable. can always be found cuddling. this video going viral with over 650,000 views. >> the little puppy is like, can you make some room for me? >> hearing each other's heartbeats. a new study out this morning on the most important things that a husband and wife should really agree on. you think about the priorities in your marriage. we always hear money is a big issue. but it turns out maybe some of those things aren't necessarily as important as other things. for instance, making your marriage the top priority. we talk to mark merrill who is an author of the book "all pro dad." he's a parenting expert and a marriage expert and he says keep it a top priority. and he also says no secrets. don't have any secrets between you and your spouse. that will lead to problems. problems, problems, problems.
>> also, he says you have to know that you are married for life. you don't have these starter marriages, right? you don't throw around the divorce word every time somebody is not doing the dishes. you're married for life. >> i like that don't throw around the divorce thing because, you know, you clean up after yourself. if you don't start cleaning up, we're going to get a divorce. you're insecure the whole time if you're constantly worried about divorce, divorce, divorce. >> and people say so sue me. >> and how about disciplining your children? you need to make sure you're on the same page about that. >> yeah. this is such an important thing. so not one person is disciplining their children one way and you're not undoing what the other parent is doing. >> when they go form shopping, they go parent shopping. >> mark merrill says money is one of the biggest things he sees people fighting over. >> and i asked him, i said what is -- he does a national radio show, too. he says what is the most common
complaint or issue that hear when you talk to couples on your show? here is what he said. >> you have to have the mind-set that we're in this for life and that, really, the "d" word, divorce, is really not an option. if you want to surprise your spouse, i think that's probably okay. but otherwise, you really want to have a relationship built upon trust. you've got to agree that you are on the same team, that you are unified in your relationship. because if you're not, your children will pit you against one another. financial issues are one of the biggest reasons for marital discord and conflict. so you've got to agree on things like how much debt are we going to tolerate? what are our spending priorities? >> and he said communication is the number one thing that he hears on his radio show that communication among couples, he's not listening to me, she's not listening to me. so if you can get to the root of that and solve that issue, maybe marriages would survive. >> i hope so.
debbie on facebook says the number one thing should be god first. when god is first, the other things follow. >> and weighing in on facebook, michelle says agreeing on politics. >> and steve writes us, what's the most important thing in your marriage? he said easy. just say yes dear. >> or as they say first thing in the morning just turn over and say yes, i apologize. >> and if the man is the head of the house cold, the woman is the neck, right? that works, too. other stories making headlines on your sunday morning. not one, but actually two terrifying moments in the air for one wing airlines flight. we showed you this video yesterday of a s.w.a.t. team swarming the plane after a midair bomb threat by an unruly passenger. >> hands up, hands down, hands up. right now, hands up. >> heads down, hands up. >> after the unruly passenger was arrested and the plane searched, the flight took off again from tornlt to panama city, but another another passenger ended up having
problems fainting and hit their head, the plane was forced to make an emergency landing in jamaica. the plane did finally make it to its final destination. and they spent thousands of dollars on a cruise only to find out weeks before it that their 5-year-old son had cancer and needed emergency surgery. they did not buy trip insurance, so norwegian cruise line released a statement saying we spoke to the family and explained while we could not issue a refund, we would assist them when they were ready to rebook their cruise. >> what they said was that they hoped we would choose norwegian for future cruising and after we booked a cruise and the dates we chose, they would try and the do something for us. >> and there was nothing about prayers, no sympathy extended at all? >> not at all. >> it's not all heartache, though. a popular cruise line has
reached out and offered them a free trip. their son, nicholas, is in the needle of chemotherapy. we wish him well. and it's a move straight from the movies. >> you are out of order. >> you're out of order. >> you're out of order. the whole trial is out of order. >> does this look like your courtroom, peter? >> several county judges in tulsa, oklahoma, hitting the shooting range this past week to begin their training to carry firearms in the courthouse. they're allowed to by law. earlier we spoke to one judge about why this decision is so important. >> if you go around the state of oklahoma and other jurisdictions, outside the metropolitan areas, the rural counties have no security to speak of. and every citizen, not just judges, but every citizen has the right to defend themselves and to be safe and secure. >> the move to arm judges comes after a man fired shots outside the tulsa courthouse two years
ago ininjuring a deputy. and a couple sees sparks flying, literally. >> i still love that he ran away. honey, i hope you're all right. i'm taking over. >> mother nature getting a little too close for comfort as they were taking a trip. fortunately no one was hurt except this tough guy in the scuba mask. >> good thing you had that scuba mask on for protection. i'm sorry. hey, rick. >> hey, guys. are you guys ready for roller blading? >> i was born ready. >> i've got mine on so that i can have a little bit of practice before you guys get out here. there's a ramp that i'm going to try to hit. am i wearing skinny jeans? no, i'm not. i'm wearing levis, clayton. >> you are not going to do that ramp. >> i am sure that i'm not going to, but i'm going to dream about
it for about 15 minutes and then we'll see what happens. i did my first ever back flip this week. i don't know why that matters, but -- >> roller blading? >> no, just back flip into water. so it's the week of doing things for the first time. so we'll see what happens with that ramp. let's talk about the weather going on. there is some big weather to be had. it's going to be cooler air in. another spectacular day. that cool air eventually makes its way all the way down towards the deep south or at least down towards the southern plains. so texas, dallas today, 102. by thursday, 91 degrees. and an overnight low below 70 which is going to be great. your forecast across the northeast, showers throughout the day today. some of them will be severe. the worst of its severe is across parts of ohio, west virginia, kentucky and parts of maryland. down to the south, it's another hot day, but we're not going to see as much across the immediate gulf coast. fargo, look at your temperatures. only getting into the low 70s
for your day today. memberships, you're looking great. and out across the west, obviously, the heat is still there. we'll see more of the monsoon yapal activity and we'll see those temperatures climb again across the pacific northwest. bad news for those fires going on out there. all right, guys. >> that's it. >> take the ramp. take it. >> oh. >> i have to do a lap before i do the ramp, guys. >> come on, bring him over. we're going to try ours on here. oh, i don't get pink? >> do you want the pink ones? hey, coming up, obamacare in limbo after contradicting court rulings by federal judges. maria bartiromo weighs in on the lost future and what it means for your wallet. will we get her to put on some skates? >> we'll ask. >> got a show to do. [ female announcer ] there's a gap out there.
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fiber one now makes cookies. find them in the cookie aisle. it was a wild week in court for obamacare. will the law survive yet another challenge? joining us now, i'm so happy she's here to talk about this is host of sunday morning futures, maria bartiromo. good morning, maria. >> nice to see you, peter. thank you so much. >> tell us about this. we have two different rulings at the federal level on obamacare. state versus federal exchanges. and they say different things. >> right. >> what does that mean to us as americans? what does it say about the confidence in the system? >> confidence is broken on obamacare, i would say. how did we get here? we got here because the allure
for the states to start their own exchanges were these subsidies, these tax benefits. and then 36 states come out and say oh, we're not going to do it. so then you're left seeing that if people go to the federal exchanges, it's going to cost them so much more. they don't have the tax breaks, they don't have the subsidies, so the administration comes back and says you can get the subsidies and the tax benefits for the federal exchanges, as well. of course, now this is where we are. you said this right question, that is does this survive a second push at the supreme court? >> and it's unknown. but i was speaking to someone who purchased through an exchange this week. he said to me, am i in? am i out? you're in for now, but who knows? >> there is so much confusion about this and that is probably one of the issues for the economy right now. we're going to talk with steven perentay. he is a professor of health finance as well as longny chen. lonnie chen is talking about the obamacare suits, the legality of what has just transpired in
virginia versus d.c. a mile away, they're coming up with completely different conclusions on whether or not this is actually legal that the federal exchanges could have these subsidies. >> let's take this turn across t the ocean. more and more americans are talking about vladimir putin as a latter day joseph stalin been you have a guest talking about putin, crimea, where we go from here, a new cold war, maybe. >> that's right. we've got congressman peter king on the program who is pushing for leadership out of this administration as it relates to russia. are they going to get on board with these sanctions? by the way, the sanctions so far, you're talking about a limited number of companies, a limited number of individuals. someone has to take a stand here. the world has to get together and decide whether or not they are going to os tra size putin. >> and finally, tell us about the last oou area you'll be
talking about in maybe about 12 minutes on fox. >> we will be talking about the economy. we have a federal reserve meeting. you have the jobs numbers and probably, in -- from my standpoint, i think the big kahuna of economic reports next week is the gdp. remember, peter, last quarter, we have a contraction of 2.9%. everything is loot this gdp for some kind of a rebound. if we don't get that rebound this week, it will be clear to everybody this economy is going nowhere. >> we can't wait to see your show today. maria bartiromo, thank you. >> thank you. a truck erupts into a fireball after a crash. and what happened? the driver, he jumps out, hurt or not. let's wait and see. and roller blading, rolling back into popularity. look at clayton and anna. we're get ago serious workout, at least they are, if they can stay on their feet. we promise you'll want to see
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now there's some videos trending this morning. a fuel truck explodes into a massive fireball. watch as the driver calmly hops out of the burning truck. the driver losing control because of wet roads. and a dog reunited with his owner after two years gets so excited, he passes out. oh, my god, look at this. but don't worry, the schnauser
is okay. and you'll see that. the family took him to the vet who gave him a clean bill of health. thank god for that. >> thank god for roller blading or inline skating, as it's called. we are here with inlate skater extraordinaires. >> now it's back, baby. >> and you say it's transportation and fine for fitness. you run your own gym and you run fitness classes based around roller blading. >> i use it for cross-training. inline skating. >> is it inline skating and not roller blading? >> roller blading is the brand. >> you're pretty amazing. we're going to see you doing some tricks here in just a moment. just give us basic tips on how to use these things. >> bend your knees, all your balance is in your hands and
your knee s. >> when you want to start off, you kind of -- this is how speed skaters start in the olympics. they're always ready. >> you should start like this. now, you were showing me, don't do the russian thing. >> yes. you don't want your hands to go up and you start doing the crazy russian dance. if that happens, put your hands on your knees as quick as possible. >> and the motion is what? >> basically this. >> look at anna. >> that's all it is. >> now, casey, you say it's easy for families to get involved and actually go out and burn some calories together, right? >> oh, yeah. you can burn more calories than running probably in any other sport. >> why? >> you're using every part of your body to stay balanced. so a lot of core and you're blinding out, you're working muscles you're not typically working when you're walking or running because you're doing the lateral movement. >> aerial is like a professional. >> oh, my god. >> whoa! >> yeah.
>> now it's rick's turn. >> okay. i think it will be just like that. >> he's going to do it. >> do it, do it. >> do you doubt me, chaton? >> rick is going to go over -- >> we have workers' comp. we have a lawyer, peter johnson jr. here in the house. >> i am right behind you, man, seriously. >> no. >> whew! >> that was fantastic. >> there he goes, whoa! >>. >> what's the name of your gym? >>. >> so how long is a clash? koug there and do if a for like a full hour? >> we do full body workouts. i recommend my clients to go skating or cross-training. >> show me a full body workout. >> on skates? >> yeah. >> bring your feet together and then push them out so stay on one leg. and you're bagging because you're staying on one leg, right? >> peter, coming at you. in the nation, it's not always pretty. add brand new belongings from nationwide insurance...
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daredevil. >> bunny jump. >> not even that. >> join us for more roller blading after the show-show. >> have a great day. >> thanks, peter. holding russia's feet to the fire. good morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to sunday morning futures. video this past week appears to show actual russian rockets firing across the border directly at ukrainian troops. this may be the beginning of a full out assault by moscow. are sanctions enough? subcommittee chairman peter king is here. cease-fire necessary gaza keep coming and going and what will it take to about a permanent truce? can hamas be reasoned with? and it could be another bombshell in the irs targeting scandal after the