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good morning everyone. today is sunday, 22nd of february 2015. killed more than 60 innocent victims in a kenya mall. the terror group al shabaab naming the next target. the mall of america in minnesota. the latest on the terror treat and what is being done to keep us safe. >> and rudy guile began any is under fire for these comments. >> all i can see of this president, he apologizes for america. he criticizes america. >> this morning he's getting death threats. for the first time in 15
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years both bush brothers out of the the daytona 500. kyle injured and his brother kurt suspended indefinitely. his ex-girlfriend speaking out. >> he popped out of bed and smashed my head into the wall three times. >> a "fox & friends" cable exclusive as we're live from daytona this hour. fox and friends begins right now. welcome in on this snowy sunday morning. >> yes. it's pretty. >> poor people in boston are trying to dig out. >> one week from march and we're glad to see you this morning. >> that's meet logical spring, you tell me. i didn't know that. we need to get to the fox news alert. a brand new threat to america by a deadly terror group. al shabaab releasing a video calling for an attack on the mall of america near
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minneapolis. al shabaab is the same group that claimed responsibility for the deadly terror attack at the mall in kenya in 2013 killing more than 60 people. it depicts an image of the mega mall with the gps coordinates. the man tells the followers to use the west gate shooting as inspiration. the mall of america is increasing security. other terror targets named malls in the united kingdom and canada. >> they said they want to wage jihad against those in the west. those against islam. this is a first direct threat against the west from al shabaab. they have ties to al qaeda. they align themselves a number of years ago. there's been some friction of the leaders for years. they represent what they call a
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youth movement of jihad. and they come out of somalia, which is a lawless country. it's been without a government for over 20 years. it was a scene of black hawk down. and many somalis moved to the united states resettled here by the federal government. many clustered in the minneapolis saint paul area. not surprisingly, there's been a wave of somali-born americans going back from minneapolis and training with alsha baseball for terrorist organizations. they called them a terror group in 2008. they have the ties closely to al qaeda through the senior leadership. responsible for the deadly attack in nairobi. it lasted many weeks in 2013 that killed 67 people. really a shocking terror attack. they walked through the mall with ak 47s executing people for no apparent reason. >> americans began traveling to somalia to join al shabaab in
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2007. they attracted many from the minneapolis. >> i was on the air that weekend when the story unfolded. they were asking people if you were a christian. if you were you were shot in the head. >> what is fascinating the u.s. government resettled so many somali refew agrees mostly in the united states in minneapolis but also in maine, portland, maine, most americans not aware it's going on. much less the rationale for it. what is the purpose of this? we know the fruits of it have been questionable. >> where do they get their money? one of the biggest resources for al shabaab for money. they kill elephants for the tusks. british soldiers had to try to stop them from brutally slaughtering thousands of elephants for their tusks to sell. that's how they finance their terror. unbelievable unbelievable. we'll have more on the story as it unfolds. we're following other
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stories. overnight isis releases new video claiming to show kurdish fighters caged paraded down a crowded street iraq. onlookers cheered. 21 prisoners are carted on pickup trucks. the nine-minute video is similar to the group's execution footage. at this time fox news cannot confirm awe then titusty. rescuers saved 30 people from a river after a ferry capsizes in bangladesh. at least 100 people were on board. we're hearing a child was killed in the crash. no word on how many may be missing. okay. in minneapolis it's ambushed outside of a squad car. this morning police have arrested the suspect they believe targeted him. the officer was shot while investigating burglary. he's expected to be okay.
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his partner rushed him to the hospital. 43-year-old andrew neil is charged with violating probation and burglary. he's not yet charged with attacking the officer. for the first time in 15 years, both busch brothers out of the daytona 500. kurt busch losing a last-ditch appeal to overturn the indefinitely suspend from nascar. he was sidelined after he choked and beat former girlfriend patricia dris cool. his lawyers say ss sent out a statement. kurt's brother kyle is off the track during a crash during the xfinty series. he hit a concrete barrier hard breaking his leg and foot. he's out indefinitely. >> speaking of our friend -- we're on the scene there at the
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daytona 500 in daytona beach. >> is it snowing rick? >> hey what is that? >> is it snowing there? >> reporter: it is not snow. it warmed up quite nicely, clayton. i see the beautiful snow falling behind you on the couch there. the big accident causing the injury to kyle busch. later on we'll talk to joe gibbs, the team owner. he was with his wife yesterday. and also controversy not all of the walls here in the daytona track are padded and have the protection padded. that area where he hit doesn't have that. there's a lot of talk about what is going to be happening with that and what the daytona international speed will do. we have more with matt kenseth and the interview with patricia driscoll. a big story in weather going on. take a look at the pictures out of tennessee from yesterday
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causing all kinds of power outages with this. you can get an idea exactly what happens. this is an ice storm that ice coats all the trees and surfaces. it gets really heavy and causing all the trees and power lines to go down. the middle georgia state women's basketball team was headed to a game and they got stuck in tennessee. they were not able to go. they walked three miles on the road trying to get to their game before police officers picked up them up. but a rough day. temperature wise this morning things warming up across parts of the south. you see the rain there. you move toward the northeast. we had know. the snow you're seeing now as you move in closer. you see the snow beginning to exit areas of connecticut, new york, and boston. behind this you're going see, guys, today, temperatures into the 40s for the first time in ages. they're getting to around 40s. enjoy it for a couple of minutes. behind that much colder air
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moves in overnight tonight and for tomorrow. another arctic blast so winter hanging on. guys, back to you. >> we saw the 40 and it plummets down again. >> thank you. >> it will be nice to get good news. maybe next hour. rudy giuliani in the spotlight about saying about president obama he does not believe the president -- president obama loves america. he's received death threats in the aftermath of the attacks. scott walker has been under fire from the media ever since. >> it rubbed off on him. he's like wait he was at my fundraiserser. he was asked do you believe president obama loves to america and which he answers -- he said those aren't any words. so you to ask the mayor. here are some of the headlines.
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and finally on the list associated press governor walker says he doesn't know if obama loves his country. >> how did that come up? it came up because the washington post asked him that out of nowhere. talked about a left field question. do you think the president is a christian. what does that have to do with anything? and governor walker said on principle i'm not going to answer that question. his spokesman later said yes, the governor believes the president is a christian. >> don't you think there are other things they probably would have cared about? >> evolution -- are these the questions that liberals -- he's,ing now the power of the liberal mainstream media. i don't know if he's arguably one of the front runners now for
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the 2016 candidacy. >> take it as a beige of honor. you get futureeatured on snl. no one likes to get made fun of but everyone is talking about you. why is the main stream media chipping away at him? they see him as viable candidate. >> rudy giuliani has been asked that many times. but to hold scott walker accountable for all of mayor giuliani's views strikes me as oppressive oppressive. is hillary clinton asked at every appearance what do you think of al sharpton. he lied about the rape case. he endorsed you. where where you? she's never asked that and never will be. >> speaking of hypocrisy. al sharpton ripped into giuliani calling him a racist. this is what he said on saturday. take a listen to al sharpton. >> don't you understand you're
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dealing with racist. a seasoned republican rudy doesn't know anything but -- so step back and let him keep making mistakes. you just keep the camera. throwing the race card and calling him washed up. let's have some respect for america's mayor who held us aboveground after 9/11. >> whensharpton said you'll, quote, say or do anything for attention. that cracked me. up. i think he wrote it on a book. there are people in new york who have literally been flattened by
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al sharpton because they found themselves between him and tv camera. "fox & friends."com. is there a double standard? fox news alert. one day after u.s. planned to eliminate isis went public pentagon insiders say they doubt it will work. what should an isis strategy look like? >> it's not only the best movie of the year getting a big honor this weekend. last night's -- >> i love the razzie! >> they award the worst films.
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the real question that needs to be asked is "what is it that we can do that is impactful?" what the cloud enables is computing to empower cancer researchers. it used to take two weeks to sequence and analyze a genome; with the microsoft cloud we can analyze 100 per day. whatever i can do to help compute a cure for cancer, that's what i'd like to do. welcome back. your top story a fox news alert. a brand new threat to america by a deadly terror group.
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al shabaab releasing a video calling for an attack on the mall of america near minneapolis. how concerned should we be about the concern to the homeland? joining us now is j.d. >> nice to see you. >> we'll talk about isis in a moment. first, your reaction to the latest threat from al shabaab. >> it's not surprising. we have a lot of radical elements in minnesota. we have to pay for a lot of attention to it. we i fear for mall of america. >> mall of america said they're watching it closely. are we watching these guys? yes, we are. you can't necessarily catch everybody. we have to be right every single time. the terrorist have to be right once. >> let's talk about isis in iraq. you'll walk us through how it unfolds. and what problems the obama administration is facing. what are we seeing here? >> since the bombing campaign started in august, isis had about a third of iraq and a third of syria.
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they still have that today. team obama's strategy is not getting it done. we're at risk for 9/11. >> you see kobani. it took 100 days to win back kobani. not a lot of civilian targets to worry about. how does mosul differ? >> mosul is over a billion people. there are 2,000 isis fighters that are occupying the city. iraq is going to plan the major assault in april or may with about 25,000 troops. unfortunately, we shouldn't have telegraphed that. isis has more time to prepare. >> so senator john mccain sent a letter saying never in my history have we telegraphed our position this way. the white house spokesperson from the pentagon saying, look, this is maybe an way to see if isis fighters would melt away. do you buy that?
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>> not really. it's a gamble, for sure. the pentagon wants to try to win the battle without fighting. the isis guys are radical. i think they'll go down swinging. i think isis will double down. i don't think it's a good strategy. >> mosul dam and the city here how important is the dam to the city? >> the dam is very important. right now the kurds have taken it back from isis. if isis is able to take it back and destroy the dam that could destroy mosul. we have or it carebleful about keeping the dam. >> let's talk about libya and the mediterranean. what are we looking at here? >> we're looking at benghazi. egyptian aircraft struck after the beheading of christians. italy has been asking for nato help. but italy is only a few hundred miles from libya. they could launch aircraft from sicily.
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>> great to see you this morning. thank you for breaking this down for us. coming up. he allegely killed a mother of four in a fit of road rage. his own lawyer questioning whether or not it was the real motive. the the daytona 500 race is today. one of nascar's best kurt busch, won't be there. his ex-girlfriend telling her aid of the story about the abuse that got him suspended. >> popped up out of bed and grabbed me by the throat and smashed my head into the wall tree times.
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. 23 minutes after the hour. the aptly named black cat bandits are on the loose. the fbi is offering up $30,000 to catch them.
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the pair linked to seven bank robs i are across maryland and virginia. the fbi said they're becoming more violent holding employees at gunpoint during the heist. a lawyer for the teen suspect in the deadly las vegas road rage shooting reportedly questioning if road rage was even involved the night tamme meyers was killed. 19-year-old eric's attorney asking why meyers didn't go to the police immediately after allegedly being threatened. he makes his first court appearance tomorrow. >> well, the daytona 500 race is later this afternoon. but race car driver kurt busch won't be a part of it after a final appeals officer upheld nascar's suspension. >> the daytona champion was suspended indefinitely when he choked and beat ex-girlfriend patricia driscoll last fall. >> we sat down with patricia to
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hear her side of the story. >> bring us through the day. you had broken up. >> no. we haven't. i love how the defense has been so good with you guys, you know -- they tried this case with tmz and the public instead of the truth. you know, we had not broken up. we had a really bad argument. you know, his season was basically over with because his -- he wasn't going to be -- >> the bad race in new hampshire. he cussed out the crew. he sent me a text saying he was laying on the floor crying and his world was crashing down on him. i was worried for him. there's just -- i can't have him be sad. so, you know, the motor home driver said come here. he needs his family and you'll make him feel better. there's a difference between being sad and angry. if for one second i thought kurt was angry. there was no way i would put
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myself or my son in harm's way to see him. to go to the motor home that night. i was there only 10 minutes, you know, just to have him eventually just saying crazy things he was saying and then threatened to pop up out of bed and grab me by the throat and smash my head into the wall three times. my son was in the front. i just -- i don't understand why he -- like that. after that i had to leave. it is hard to comprehend why somebody who you love and you lived in their life for four years would do something like that. it doesn't make sense. but, you know, the guy had been suffering from severe depression. i've talked to his doctors about it. he wasn't taking his medicine anymore. he started drinking again. i found out about a month before that. he broken our deal. and he was sober for a good
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couple of years and got his mental health in a good sate. people don't understand that i was very concerned for him and his mental health. >> i think a lot of people watching knows what it's like to be in a long-term relationship. you don't just say it's over. >> four years. you know, and my clothing and all my belongings are still on the bus. i had a bus code that didn't change. in fact, kurt didn't even change the locks under his testimony until three or four weeks later. if you're a guy who feels like he's been invaded upon and you have broken into first thing you're going to change the locks. right. however when i went home that night, i changed my locks. i changed the alarm code. >> he also went out of his way to portray you as somebody who is a hired assassin. came in with blood on your dress one night. talked about the difference operations you've been open. what was that like? what is your response? >> it's so hard to sit in court and have people make up lies.
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to sit there, like, to have that guy sit there and just fabricate something like she came in a ball gown with blood and matter and a trench coat. a bloody ball gown? you don't think that the hotel security or somebody would think something is strange enough to be on a hotel camera? how do you defend yourself against lunacy like this? >> all right. we have a statement from kurt's attorney. attorney. also a thing from nascar. kurt busch now exhausted his appeal options and the suspension remains in effect. he'll not be allowed to race or
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participate any nascar activities until further notice. >> and coming up a later in the show. brian asked patricia what nascar and other sports should do to take a stand against domestic violence. >> breaking overnight. brand new terror threat against the united states. this time against the america's largest mall. what is behind it and what is being done to keep americans safe. weeks after bruce jenner's accident. more trouble for the kardashian family. of course. we'll bring you the latest.
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welcome back. a fox news alert. a brand new threat to america by a deadly terror group. al qaeda-linked somali al shabaab releasing this video calling for attack on the mall of america near minneapolis. >> al shabaab is the same group that claimed responsibility for the deadly terror attack at the west gate mall. killing more than 60 people. this depicts images of the megamall with the gps coordinates. >> the man in the video tells followers to use the west gate mall shooting as inspiration. mall of america said they beefed up security there.
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others include malls in the u.k. and canada. now to another fox news alert. overnight ash carter marking his first trip to afghanistan where he called for keeping more u.s. troops in the region than previously called for. >> that's a switch. peter doozy has a switch from washington. >> reporter: a draw down is not on the table because things are going poorly on the ground. things are going better than anyone in d.c. expected ever since the new afghan government was formed. administration officials want to see what they can do to keep that country moving in a positive direction. >> our priority now is to make sure this progress sticks. that is why president obama is considering a number of options to reinforce our support for president began i did's security strategy. including possible changes to the timeline for our draw down of u.s. troops.
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>> more changes being considered maybe to the mission given to u.s. troops they fight al qaeda and an adjustment to the way bases in that country are set to shut down as people and equipment ship out. at this stage it's theoretical. there will be a sit down with president obama next month and the afghan president. speaking about the possibility of reconciling with the taliban. >> the grounds for peace has never been better in the last 36 years. >> the american officials considering the changes to afghan policy are looking at two potential benefits. first, if that country is table, it's harder for terrorist to stage attacks from there. second the united states made major investments since 2001 they think it would be a maes of money and american lives from f it crumbles as soon as they leave. >> thank you peter.
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other stories making headlines this hour. the families of three teenagers who ran away to join isis begging them to come home. the girls from london reportedly already crossed the border into syria on friday. one girl's parents say, quote, we understand that you have strong feelings and want to help those you believe are suffering in syria. please don't cross the border. police are attempting to reach the girls on their cell phones and social media. chaos erupting at the southern texas prison when 2,000 inmates start a riot over their medical services. officials say that prisoners burst into the yard setting fire to three of the ten housing units with some wielding pipes during the rampage. police used tear gas to control them only a few minor injuries were reported and no inmates escaped. nearly 3,000 prisoners will be transferred because the facility was deemed uninhabitable.
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>> and the samaritans rescue a teen from a burning suv. the 17-year-old's car burst into flames after hitting a tree when he lost control. two witnesses stopped to pull him from the wreck moments before it exploded. barges engulfed in flames. just as the fire department was arriving. >> they say people don't care but they do. a lot of people stopped and helped. it's what chicago is all about. the teen was hospitalized and is expected to be okay. and while the oscars air tonight this is one award hollywood celebrities don't want to win. the razzie awards. michael bay wins for "age of extinction." >> transformers 2 may be the worst film of all time. right there. >> just terrible! >> well, cameron diaz getting
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two worst actress awards for "the other woman" and "sex tape." megan fox won worst supporting actress and kurt cameron getting the worst actor award for "saving christmas." >> all right. start your engines. today is the 57th annual daytona 500. our own rick is down on victory lane at daytona international speed speedway. he got to take a ride around the track yesterday. >> reporter: oh, man! it was tough. i've done it before with one of the pace car drivers. one of the official pace car drivers. they do it for media and give you a fun ride. yesterday i got to do it with one of the current drivers. it was a totally different experience. take a look. you're a hot shot nascar driver. >> i don't know about hot shot. >> you're getting better and
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better. i trust driving with you. >> you have to promise with me you won't horse around. >> do you wear your seat belt? >> yeah. as high as you can get it. richard petty signed this car. >> they're making 143 of these. they're customized from petty's garage. they make 634 horsepower. i'm nervous about you driving me. >> ready to roll? >> 160. >> it's the highlight here at daytona. >> i was a little bit skeptical but it did okay. the advantages this car has over my car it has air bags.
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i was shocked your face when we left pit you had a very good surprised look face. [ laughter ] >> i was really surprised. i had no idea he was going to take off like that. the speed meter goes to 160 and he said he had it pegged. >> pegged? >> pedal to the medaltal. totally maxed out. >> even had his ample sort of hanging out the window. >> thanks, rick. rudy giuliani under fire saying the president doesn't love america. he's getting ingting death threats. what about when senator obama said this about president bush. >> we have over $9 trillion of debt i have to pay back.
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television. >> that's a french broadcaster being wiped out bay giant coastal wave. she was reporting on a live shot there. she's fine just a little wet though. tucker? >> thanks, clayton. former new york city mayor rudy gilluliani under fire for saying the president doesn't love america. >> it sounds like he's more of a critic than a supporter. and you can be patriotic american and be a critic but then you're not expressing that kind of love that we're used to from the president. from all i can see of this president, all i've heard of him, he apologizes for america. he criticizes america. i'm not judging. i'm judging the things he says, the policies he has and the
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things he does. >> some are demanding that giuliani apologize. some calling him racist. should the mayor back down? lieutenant colonel allen west is joining us. >> thank you. >> what do you make of this? >> well, first of all, i think that, you know, when you look at the policies, when you look at some of the things that the president has said and done going back to five days away from fundamentally transforming the united states of america what is wrong with our constitutional republic it has to be transformed? when you look at february 2009 when eric holder said that we were a nation of powers but yet you heard nothing from the president. you played the clip about george bush and $9 trillion in debt and unpatriotic. it's the fact this president lied to the american people on several occasions. we know with the health care law
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about keeping your doctor and your insurance plan. if you love something, you don't lie to it. further more, you don't abandon four americans to die and create a false narrative. nor do you have the muslim brotherhood issue the white house. why would that person be in the white house and be praised? all of these things make you believe that there is an an mas toward the fundamental values of principles for united states of america. not to mention 92 million americans who are out of work and the policies of this president forces people on the poverty rules and food stamps. ? >> what whatever you think of the remarks. i'm struck by scott walker is being held accountable for those remarks. bombarded by reporters. what do you think? even asked by the washington post the other day do you believe that president obama is a christian?
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how do you think the media is responding to this? >> well, scott walker is a perceived frontrunner in the 2016 presidential election. and, therefore, he's going to get the full onslaught. that's what you see happening. they're trying to make him guilty by association and trying to tie him to mayor goal began any. you cannot talk president obama to the questionable associations he's had. so that is what scott walker is going to have to endure. i think he needs to stand up and make his own response once again, based upon the words and the actions of the policies of his president. >> obviously presidential candidates have to answer tough questions in my view and a lot of them. >> well, the press is no longer objective. they are totally subjective. they're definitely the fifth column for the democrat party. so i believe this is what we have to contend with. thank god we have you at fox
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news. >> lieutenant colonel allen west, thank you for joining us. >> thank you so much tucker. coming up burning and beheading people in the name of allah. according to the president islam has nothing to do with it. >> the notion that the west is at war with islam -- >> though lodge began in chief. one jihadist istist explains that the president has it wrong. and the left slams american sniper's war propaganda. new polls show what americans think about it. michael moore might want to pay attention. breaking down the numbers on american sniper. stay tuned. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424. or visit your24info.com.
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good morning friends. happy sunday. 52 minutes after the hour. the highest grossing war-themed movie ever. american sniper is up for six oscars tonight including best picture. >> yes, sir. my name is max. you saved my life. >> it's been slammed by the left as war propaganda. now brand new polls show just what americans really think. lisa booths of fox live polling is here to explain. good morning. thank you for joining us. >> hi! >> the question was american sniper a pro war movie, aints war movie, or something in between? how do you respond? >> absolutely. what it shows as you said there are definitely those on the left especially among the media who
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try to portray it as an anti-war movie. in the reality 70% felt that it lies somewhere in between. clearly the critics were incorrect in the assumptions. as you mentioned it's been criticized from the left it is one of the highest grossing war movies of all time. it also grossed over $100 million beating out the other seven opponents. >> and the buzz it created from the book and the movie just shared ticket sales when people see the movie. very often the theaters are silent. i saw it and everybody seemed they were moved to tears and felt more patriotic. you hear people chattering about that. what do you make of the idea of it possibly getting snubbed tonight because of the panel not being the public opinion it being thousands of people in the academy? >> well, i think there would be a lot of disappointed americans. as you said, a lot of people
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have seen that. we have seen it with the sheer numbers. so i think there would be a lot of americans that are zpoibt disappointed tonight if that's the case. but who probably wouldn't be disappointed is michael moore who made the, you know, incredibly disappointing chents about snipers. which according to polling, 77% of americans disagreed with his comments including 63% of democrats. >> we want to show the poll if we can put it up. about michael moore's comments saying snipers were cowards. what does this tell you? >> it shows he's standing out alone on his comments, right. he made the incredibly obnoxious comments and what our numbers show that the americanmajority of americans disagree with him. even his democrats disagree as well. 63%. >> some are saying that snipers
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aren't just cowards but blood thirsty and labelling an american hero like chris kyle being blood thirst i are tells you what? >> i think the numbers disagree with that. look at the sheer amount of people that believe that, you know, it's not anti-war. it's not pro war. it's 70% believe that it's in between. i think that americans would disagree with that. >> thank you so much for your time today, lisa booth. we'll see how it pans out tonight. in a fox news alert. terror aimed at america. a brand new threat against the country's largest mall. we have the breaking details top of the hour. parent's worst nightmare. strangers stealing your baby's photographs and posting them as their own. >> i was looking on my instagram and somebody started following me. i clicked on their profile and i saw a picture of my daughter. >> how can you make sure you're
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hi erin.-- everyone. a fox news alert. that killed more than 60 people in a ken began mall. now the terror group al shabaab naming the next target. the largest mall in america. breaking developments overnight. and the media turning rudy giuliani's comments about the president into scott walker's problem. wait until you hear the questions he was posed. the latest. for the first time in fifteen years both busch brothers out of the daytona 500. kyle injured in his crash and the brother kurt suspended indefinitely. we're live with daytona from all the drama from the tracks in a few minutes. fox and friends hour two starts right now.
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we begin with a fox news alert. a deadly terror group making a new threat to america. al qaeda-linked somali terrorists al shabaab releasing a video calling for attack on the mall of america near minneapolis. it's the first time the terror group made district threats against the west. it's the same group that claimed responsibility for the deadly terror attack in the west gate mall in kenya in 2013 killing more than 60 people. it depicts an image of the american mall with the goops coordinates. a man in the video tells followers to use the west gate shooters as inspiration. the mall of america is taking the threat very seriously and increasing security. other terror targets named in
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the video include malls in the united kingdom and canada. >> the obvious point is whether or not an attack occurs at the mall of america. it has hurt the retailers there. and sent everybody scrambling to respond. who is al shabaab? al shabaab, from what we know, is a terror group located in somalia. a country on the indian ocean. the east coast of africa that hasn't had a government in almost 25 years and has been for most of that time, a hot bed of islamist extremism. >> they designated al shabaab as foreign terrorist organization since 2008. they joined al qaeda in 2012. their senior leadership they have sort of been at odds over their battle plans. in 2013 of course, anna mentioned they took responsibility for that nairobi kenya shopping center attack that killed 67 people. they were walking up to christians and asking them if they were christian. if they were.
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they were shot for their faith. >> as americans travel to somalia to join al shabaab as you can believe this in 2007. they attracted several volunteers from minneapolis, minnesota which has the largest somali population inside the united states. >> the u.s. government moved somali refew agrees throughout america. according to the state of maine. the reason americans are joining al shabaab because they were refugees from somalia in the first place. we should note that the obama state department is in the process of relocating refugees from the syrian civil war to the united states from. protests from congress saying it's a increase in -- >> this is the first direct threat against the west. how do they get their money? >> i find it fascinating. they have been funded by taking
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hostages like isis and having countries pay them off. no. they slaughter tens of thousands of elephants and sell the ivory. in fact british soldiers had to be involved to try to stop them from slaughtering tens of thousands of elephants to sell their tusks for money. there's a new isis video out there and it shows 21 kurdish fighters. members of the tabled peshmerga being paraded through streets of an isis-held city. it's a new propaganda video. we'll only show you still pictures from it. it's all over the internet. the videos have been used for recruit recruitment. >> peshmerga holding on to as much territory around mosul. that area has fallen and controlled by isis. calling out desperately for help from the west. and the obama administration this morning struggling with how
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to take back mosul. how many forces. what kind of -- will we need boots on the ground? the administration said no more boots on the ground. when you have tens of thousands isis forces in mosul with battle entrenchments set up and we telegraphed our position on our plans to them. with hopes, by the way the administration says that these fighters would melt away. they would be fearful that we're coming. that's why we telegraphed our position and they would melt away. >> that seems to be wishful thinking especially for mosul in particular when that is you know arguably the capital of their caliphate. they would fight tooth and nail for every last drop of blood to save that. it would be detrimental to them. >> my first response is i hope the obama administration can move thousands of people from that region to our country and put them on welfare. i know, that will work out well. >> if you look at the map, again, the only one highlight on
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the entire map if we can put it up is the city of kobani. it's the only area where the check box is open and contained. that took over a hundred days to get that small town of kobani in an area with no civilian targets. we don't have to worry about hitting civilians. mosul completely different. >> there's a human fight going on in washington over who leaked the war strategy against isis. the white house saying we had nothing to do with it. the pentagon did it. the pentagon is saying that's untrue. we spoke to a foreign pentagon spokesman. he said the strategy whatever it is for combatting isis in the region is not working. >> since the bombing campaign started in august, isis had about a third of iraq and a third of syria. they still have that team. obama's strategy is not getting the job done. the pentagon wants to try to win the battle without fighting.
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the isis guys are very radical. i think they'll go down swinging. i think isis will double down. i don't think it's a good strategy. >> japanese imperial forces. you going to have them strunder? no. they're going fight to the last. all right. we have other stories we're following. also, we'll tell you about the headline. another fox news alert. a ferry capsizes in beng ss bangladesh.uers were able to pull 30 people from the river after a vessel was hit bay cargo ship. one killed by a child. no word how many others may be missing or dead. a police officer in minneapolis is ambushed outside his squad car. this morning police arrested the suspect they believe targeted him. the officer was shot while investigating a burglary. his partner rushed him to the hospital. he's expected to be okay. fellow officers launched a manhunt to track down the shooter.
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andrew neil is charged with violation of burglary. he's not charged with shooting at the officer right now. and washington, d.c. metro station fills with smoke. a terrifying reminder of a deadly incident one month ago. it forced evacuations. the fire department said there was never a fire. and the train was taken out of service due to a brake problem. last month a woman died when a metro train got stuck in a tunnel and filled with smoke. months after a pain staking restoration, a cold war era b-52 bomber is back in the skies. the enormous bomber was taken out of service in 2008 but recently fixed to replace a b-52 damaged by fire. ghost rider has been flown from tucson to louisiana for final tests before it rejoins the fleet. those are your headlines. >> all right. where is rick? >> the warm confines of daytona beach this morning.
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>> lucky man. >> how are you, rick? >> reporter: i'm good. it is getting warmer. certainly each day. today is upper 70s. jealous? jealous much? you should be. >> it's snowing here right now. >> exactly. it's going to feel good. coming up at the bottom of the hour i'm talking with matt kenseth. has a great team and good shot at possibly being a third-time winner. we'll talk with him. you don't want to miss that. big weather yesterday going on across much of the eastern part of the country. take a look at the pictures. first, i want to show you the picture out of tennessee. this was a roof dplaps. there were 23 employees inside the printing press when the roof collapsed due to the weight of ice and snow on the roof. nobody was injured. take a look at the video. this is someone put a wine bottle on their porch and put a time lapse. watch this chilling in the snow.
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very effective. the snow is all done across that area and we're going to watch this storm kind of finally get out of here today. still a little bit of snow to be had. as you zoom in closer across parts of connecticut and mississippi. we'll watch that. go across part of the west. we have a big storm brewing in texas. significant snow across the front range there. that storm get ready for tomorrow. becomes a bit of an ice storm across texas. ice, snow, and rain. temperatures today across eastern part of the country enjoy it. one day of above-average temperatures and we plummet tomorrow. all right, guys back to you. >> i like the time lapse stuff. that was pretty neat. rudy giuliani getting death threats after the remarks he made about president obama not loving the country. the press turned the comments into scott walker's problem.
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going on full jihad against the wisconsin governor. be he was at his fundraising event. that's where it's unfolded. they pawned it off on scott walker. walker. >> here is what scott walker tells the ap. he said you should ask the president. i've never asked him so i don't know. somehow it gets turned into that. here is the weirdest question asked in a long time. the washington post asked for reasons that are not clear in the story. scott walker do you think the spth a christian? walker was confused by this.
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>> it's like got which journalism. >> where did that come up? i'll tell you an interesting question. the president was asked several years ago are you for gay marriage? the president said no because of my christian faith. the chief adviser said the president was lying. he was for gay marriage and invokeing his faith as a political cover. >> take the attack as a compliment. you get the headlines written about you because they see you a threat. and perhaps the frontrunner. first this the burning and beheading of innocent people in the name of allah. according to the president it's nothing to do with religion. >> the notion that the west is at war with islam is a lie.
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>> a lie, really? one jihadist with the muslim brotherhood explains why the president has it wrong. talk about smackdown. what lead to the intense moment on the field ahead. [ video game beeping ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] it takes two hands to eat a manwich. leaving zero hands to save the universe. hold on. it's manwich.
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islam. the notion that the west is at war with islam is an ugly line. >> you heard the president saying it all week. claiming a bad economy for, quote, legitimate grooechss for terror threats. is he empowering our enemy to not linking terrorists to islam. let's ask a reformed member of the muslim brotherhood terrorist group. thank you for joining us this morning. you have heard the president say that islamic terror has nothing to do with the muslim brotherhood is that true? >> i don't know what the president is coming up with the strategies but i know what the muslim brotherhood is and isil. i came from their ranks at one time from the same understanding. we're dealing with seven century understanding ideology that verbatim the prophet told them,
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you know islam would not come about. and the prophet told him he's commended by allah to war against the nonbelievers anyone everyone become muslims. when we look at these people today we need to understand we're fighting against radical islamist. we need to understand mr. obama speak who about the issue why he's saying this. >> the president said repeatedly that this is a problem with secular roots. people turn to radical islam because or these terror groups because they don't have economic opportunities. in your experience, that you have lived in is this why people join radical islamic groups because they don't have good jobs? >> absolutely incorrect and because if we look at china, north korea, look at indonesia, muslim states, you know, what happens we have seen people
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killing and doing this. but ultimately in our world there are thoubdsands of children like me when i was recruited in a neighborhood mosque by the muslim brotherhood. later on i was turned to radicalism to become an islamist. this started my home moved into the mosque. and inspired thousands of those children receive 20,000 because they're ideology told them that to die for allah is the highest call in life. >> with that in mind have you spoke ton president obama? i noticed he's had a lot of left wing activists. he had al sharpton and a couple of islamic comedians. you remember the muslim brotherhood. have you been asked to give the testimony? >> never. and we sent our thoughts and what have you. i think the administration today
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decided and thought to sleep with one group called the muslim brotherhood we see their name in the holy land foundation trial. the muslim brotherhood leader how he's going to destroy the united states of america by the muslims by the hand of the american people and the muslim hand in the united states of america and this manifesto is found in the holy land trial in 2004. >> right. you seem like you know what you're talking about. i hope the white house will listen. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. next up deadly exposure. hundreds of patients notified of a dangerous outbreak. where it's happening and what is being done to fight it. we have all the details. stay tuned. in a work, work, work world... take time for sunday.
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bacteria and contaminated medical scopes. what dangers does expose? give us the low down on this. and you know what is the cause? >> the particular bacteria is called cre. unfortunately at ucla and many different states we have the very resistant bacteria can that get in your blood stream and can kill and cause organ failure. why is it a concern? because of overuse of antibiotics. over the years these are infections you cannot get it from a cough or sneezing. when you come to the hospital you have a bug that can last for a long time and go through the patient. >> quickly. it's raising questions about medical devices that are hard to clean. >> it's difficult to sterilize them. sometimes if you sterilize them
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a last-ditch appeal. he was sidelined. >> he was sidelined after a judge ruled busch choked and beat former girlfriend patricia driscoll. kurt's brother, kyle is off the track during a crash during the xfinty series. he hit a concrete barrier hard breaking his leg and foot. he's out indefinitely. it's an interesting thing. it was the two-time daytona winner with us. i want to talk about the crash last night. and the reinforcements on the walls. a lot of drivers are coming out and saying they have to do
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something about these walls. what are your thoughts on this? >> i think they will. i mean, everybody from nascar has done a great job of safety innovation in the last 15 years. daytona tries to make it as safe as possible. unfortunately it seems like somebody has to get in hurt. i know, it's a cost issue but i think we should have safer barriers around everywhere. we proved we can wreck anywhere. so hopefully they'll look at that and look where greg hit the wall last week where it's curved out and get it fixed. >> they're putting in tires today to try to make it a little bit safer. kyle busch your teammate broke both of his legs yesterday in different spots. what do you know about his condition? >> i've heard it surgery went well last night and it was successful and he's resting now. what a terrible way to start off a season and everybody at jgr. kyle is strong.
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he's going to recover. >> now you guys work as a team and he's on your team. what does this do? you are bringing in another driver. a guy running in the truck series. does it put you at a disadvantage or less comfortable going into the race? >> you can't replace kyle busch. i think matt will do a good job today. we haven't been able to work together or drive together or any of that stuff. it may or may not change the outcome. you never know. the car is fast so i feel like it's fast this week. so, you know hopefully we'll, you know, one will be able to sit over there in victory lane this afternoon. >> you're in a pretty elite group of people. you have won the race twice. there's only 11 other people that have won the race. you're a year-end champion. how do you feel going into the race? >> i feel pretty good. i started the week off last week with a win at the 150 on thursday didn't go. i didn't keep my car in the right spot. we're starting in the back today.
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i feel good. we've shown a lot of speed all weekend. i feel like the cars have. the hendrick cars are fast. hopefully we can do the right thing and make the right diss. hopefully have a shot. >> you have a great car and a great team. you have won it twice. you know what to do. best of luck today. >> thank you, rick. other stories making headlines this sunday morning. a murder mystery in arizona. a 31-year-old woman found dead inside her scottsdale home. police aren't releasing many details but confirm that adelson feldman's death was a homicide. shocked family members say everything was going perfectly in the medical saleswoman's life. she was promoted at work and talking about hopefully marrying her boyfriend of 10 months. police have not named a suspect. the lawyer for the teen suspect in the deadly las vegas road rage shooting reportedly questioning if road rage was even involved the night tammy
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good morning everyone. a fox news alert. al qaeda linked somali
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terrorists al shabaab releasing a video calling for an attack on the mall of america near minneapolis. as new isis video reportedly showing 21 kurdish fighters being paraded through the streets in cages. joining us now with his reaction retired lieutenant general richard. >> good morning. >> and your response to both of these headlines this morning. >>well, late breaking we heard a few hours or so ago with regard to al shabaab, as you mentioned at the beginning is it shows again, the ever present terror threat, i'm sure that it alerted our local and state certainly federal law enforcement and the sharing of intelligence information. as i recall i think the threat is also in malls in the u.k. and canada. i have to think we're sharing adds much information with our international partners. particularly great britain and canada as well. >> so general, americans have been traveling back to somalia to join al shabaab because those
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same people were one somali refugees brought to this country by the u.s. government and various church groups. with that in mind, why would the obama administration want to bring in thousands of refugees from syria at taxpayer expense to the united states. what is in it for us americans? >> well, again, my research shows and according to state department since 2011 we've allowed 524 syrian refugees to be brought back to the united states. as we heard from the state department spokesman earlier last week, rather increasing that number from anywhere from a 1,000 to 2,000 for fiscal year 2015. my concern there, i think represent representative mike mccall in the house said that reportedly if we do that we to realize these time with the siryrian refugees we don't have the footprint on the ground in syria to effectively vet as we did
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with previous refugees such as iraq and afghanistan and somalia. the concern is their ability to gather the intelligence and do the do the proper vetting. i'm confident will be remain a vigorous process. >> in this age of terror threats, should we be strengthening our border. what is the importance of assimilation? >> i believe we should be strengthening the fact we are, again, we're still relatively open country. however, there's looming threat there, as you mentioned early with al shabaab threatening our malls both in the u.s. and great britain and canada. also with isis. that growing threat not only do they have, you know, looking for an expanse for the caliphate in syria and iraq but we've seen where they have now had terror campaign most recently the 21 christians that were beheaded on the beach just out of tripoli and so forth. it does give us not only pause
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for concern, but greater vigilance, and again making sure we're more effective in how we integrate our sink nice our intelligence and information. >> what is the point of this. i don't understand. if the obama administration seems to assume any person in the world who is suffering and unemployed has a moral right to come to the united states and american taxpayers have a moral responsibility to pay for it all. where did the idea come from? >> the moral responsibility is to protect the american people. i think that's fundamental. i think that's something we need to focus on. and again, should we entertain this idea? i'm not in support of that right now, personally. should we support this idea of bringing in, you know, significantly more of these refugees without the proper vetting. without the effective vetting and so forth. i think it's something that we should put pause on. >> do you feel like political correctness is getting in the
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way? >> well, political correctness is probably the term that i would refer to. but on political correctness, i think we need to focus on how effective we are in protecting the american borders. protecting the american people. again, we have since 9/11 have made great gains in our intelligence sharing and improving our law enforcement of local, state, and federal level. we need to continue to capitalize on that and make sure we keep the american people safe. >> thank you very much for joining us. >> coming up the press turning rudy giuliani's comments about president obama into scott walker's problem. another example of the press carrying water for democrats. a story every parent needs to hear. your baby's photograph being stolen online by strangers. they're being used as their own. the cyber guy is live with how you can prevent a digital kidnapping.
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week during your lunch break can improve your mental health and mood and make you more pleasant to be around in the workplace. bet your family will thank you too. too. >> it's a scary online trend. strangers stealing your baby's photographs and posting them as their own. >> i was just looking on my instagram and somebody started following me. i clicked on their profile to see who it was. i saw a picture of my daughter. >> creepy! so what can you do to protect your family from digital kidnapping? here with our friend is kurt the cyber guy. >> good to see you. it is actually happening. it happen talked to her and it's very, very possible it would happen to your family. >> what is the snoint. >> well you know you ask that immediately you hear it. you hear about the new trend online, which is called baby rp. which stands for role-playing. or adoption role-playing.
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people go online to strangers websites, which could be yours, and especially instagram is a big target here or if your facebook profile is public and you're posting regular living your life everyday shots of your children. they're swiping their digital pictures and pretending the kids are their own or in some cases acting if they're children with other people into the bizarre behavior. what is your recourse. it's so little at this point. while you can certainly reach out and say what the heck are you doing with my kids' pictures. take them off and give them back. if they're no the in the u.s. you have no recourse. it's not illegal. you maid the pictures public so the police or fbi might argue back and say i'm sorry there's not a lot we can do because you already posted those pictures publicly. >> and once you post them on the websites like facebook or instagram. they don't really belong to you
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anymore. facebook can do -- we've seen it before. they can put in their advertisements and publications. you opted to put it on their website. you have tips here about sharing. first of all, think before you share your child's photograph. if it goes on the internet then it's out there. >> prevention is the key. if you're a parent and you have little ones and they're not uploading it's you. i want you to think about when you upload that picture is there anything you wouldn't want the public to see? is it a location revealing shot. does it show where your kids are. does it contain the information of your location inside the photograph? and think before you do that. i'm not saying don't upload any pictures of your kids. i'm saying you have to think that everything so you're uploading is public. and there are wackos in the whorld are going to get ahold of it and do with it what it will. it will blow our minds how creepy people's thoughts get in their heads when they take
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advantage of us. the fact is it's there. >> sometimes people don't think that the companies are actually companies. right. instagram as a company. you know, path is a company. pinterest is a company. would you take your baby photographs and walk down to the local grocery store and hand over the photographs? it's the same thing. >> right. would you take your picture of your cuds andkids and pin it on the telephone pole? would you tape your wall up there. no. it's time to reign in our privacy a little bit more here. i want you to think about if it makes more sense to you to not publicly post on social websites and limit those to your own family. that would be a great tip. that is set your privacy settings to you know -- understand what the boundaries are when you're uploading. this is instagram here. it's my instagram account. i have it public. there's nothing i'm not concerned about sharing.
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i don't have kids i'm worried about on here. you tap yourself. you go to the top right on the instagram. it works for -- and then you simply scroll down where it says private account and you'll check it on android and you just hit the toggle on the right side here next to private account and it says when your account is private only people you can approve can see your photographs and videos on instagram. you have it on or off. if you have a little kid and posting it i'm saying turn it on. be private with it. also, facebook. here is a real quick way to do it on facebook. go to yourself on here and then you go to settings. and i lost it but i'll post it online. and i'll show you how to do this step by step. >> you set the privacy. who can see your facebook post. you're controlling that. >> you have a smartphone or an
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android device agree owe location is associated. your gps coordinates where you are. >> third tip i'm going leave you with. when you take a picture with your smartphone, i don't care if it's android or apple or whatever. it's got your location on there. it can likely get loose online. we'll show you how to do it on the website and cyber guy.com. >> all the information will be in your news letter. coming up on the show our top story breaking this hour. the group calling for an attack on our country's largest mall. and then know citizenship no problem. the state that handed out licenses to nearly 60,000 illegals.
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good morning. today is sunday the 22nd of february, 2015. a fox news alert. they gunned down more than 60 people in a ken began mall singling out christianing for their faith. while you were sleeping with the terror group al shabaab named the next target america. >> and the press turning rudy giuliani's comments about the president into scott walker's problem. wait until you hear what they're asking the wisconsin governor. >> and nascar's biggest race. for the first time in 15 years both busch brothers out of the daytona 500. kyle injured and his brother kurt suspended. we're live from daytona international speedway this morning. "fox & friends" hour three begins in 30 seconds. and right to that fox news alert. two new terror videos out overnight. one of them a direct threat to
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america. al qaeda linked somali terror group al shabaab calling for an attack on the mall of america near minneapolis. >> al shabaab is the same group that claimed responsibility for that deadly terror attack, remember at the west gate mall in kenya in 2013. that attack killed 67 people. >> the chilling new video depicts an image with the biggest mall of america with the gps coordinates. officials say the mall is increasing security and taking threat very seriously. >> the second video claiming to show 21 prisoners in cages paraded down a street. >> fox news cannot confirm the film's authenticity and what happened to the prisoners. the question we're asking who is al shabaab. what is this terror group? this is the first official threat they've made against the west. they are, according to state department, they were designated a terror group back in 2008 and the list goes on.
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>> they're tied through al qaeda to the senior leaders. they're responsible for that deadly shopping center attack in nairobi. 67 people kill there had. they're rooted in smolomaliasomalia. a country with no functioning government for at least 25 years. it is an islamic country. >> chilling al shabaab attracted many volunteers from minneapolis which is the largest somali population here in the united states. >> there's some friction between al qaeda and themselves even though they pledged alilegiance in al qaeda in 2012. they have different directions. why would somalia have a -- minneapolis have a large somali population? because somali refugees were moved there by the u.s. government and maine and many cities throughout the country. you have seen a migration from
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minneapolis to somalia of american citizens joining al shabaab and now the terror threats. >> you remember the attack at the ken began mall killed 67 people. they were asking people are you christian? if they were, they would execute them. >> if they wouldn't renounce their christianity they would be shod shot in the head. they like to think of themselves as the youth movement. how they get their money. like, isis, maybe they're capturing hostages and demanding ransom ransom. they make the bulk of their money from slaughtering elephants for their tusks and selling ivory. you would think a story like this would get somebody the state department to think maybe we should stop importing people from war zones where islamic terrorism is wide spread. but you would be wrong. the state department is now planning to move thousands of refugees from syria where isis arose to the united states.
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have you been asked for that? no. you'll be asked to pay for it. >> of course cross our fingers and hope and pray they don't. the fear it's putting in people and what is happening economically even to the mall of america. i can't imagine that is helping retailers much. and the same thing is happening to some western malls like in canada and the united kingdom as well. >> we spoke earlier this morning about this. and we have to be watching these guys. we're keeping our eyes on them and tracking them as they come into the united states. the mall of america said they're watching this. they're making sure. we've seen images out there. the gps coordinates of the mall. we're taking it very seriously. we hope the federal government is watching it as closely as the mall cops are wash watching. >> the big es mall in the world said we're increasing security. that's not a small thing. it hurts retailers but it's incredibly expensive. >> and reverberations across not just that mall but other areas
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where people may certainly throughout minnesota not just this mall but other smaller malls in the reverberation can probably be felt. at a time when the country is struggling to increase retail sales and struggling to get the economy up and moving again. >> i would lot ofve to find the person responsible moving the refugees to minnesota. would they come on the show? >> we'll keep you posted. we have other headlines to get to. another fox news alert. defense secretary ash carter landing in kandahar, afghanistan. he spoke to soldiers telling them training is becoming the heart of the mission there. under the obama administration's plan for afghanistan our military presence at kandahar will close down this year. but the president now considering changes to that plan. also breaking overnight. at least 16 people are dead
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after a ferry capsizes in bangladesh. it was carrying 100 passengers when it was hit by a cargo ship on the padma river. no word how many others may be missing or dead. a police officer in minneapolis is ambushed outside his squad car. police arrested the suspect they believe targeted him. the officer was shot while investigating a burglary. his partner rushed him to the hospital. he's expected to be okay. the busch brothers will not be driving in the daytona 500. last night kurt busch losing a last-ditch appeal to overturn his indefinite nate suspension from nascar.
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we have the heart of it in daytona beach with a look at the weather and the drama. hey, rick. >> yeah, certainly a dramatic time. when they went into this daytona 500. i think everybody thought the story was going to be jeff gordon racing in the final daytona 500 and starting in pole position. it gets eclipsed by kurt busch and now kyle busch and his broken leg and the surgery he went through last night. a lot going on here. the race getting ready. it starts early this year. 1:00 to the pits are already getting set up. and the action starts to begin. weather has been a story the last few years here in daytona. not today. we'll have a spectacular day with temperatures in the 70s and sunshine. a slight chance of a shower to the south. i think we'll be good. that's great news. the rest of the country
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however, let's take look what is going on. take a look at the video out of baltimore, maryland. the snow falling very quickly. and it caused the snow to gather on the roads and all kinds of accidents to happen and people getting stuck on the roadways. and then take a look at the pictures out of tennessee. in that area it was an ice storm that hit. and big problems in there. we have over 50000 people at the height of it without power. and tennessee emergency management folks saying it's going to be possibly up to a week before everybody has power. and the temperatures are remaining cool there. so kind of a dangerous time in store for them. take a look at the radar image. i want to show you what is going on with the storm. we have the rain on the southern end of it. we have snow on the northern end of it. it's almost gone to exit. and we turn our eyes across part of the west. a new storm moving any by areas of colorado as a new ice and storm snow across texas. weather continues to be very active. all right, guys. much more coming up from the
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daytona 500. >> thank you. weather continues to be active. that's the understatement of the morning. thank you, rick. rudy giuliani is receiving debt death threats. remember the comment he made earlier this week. he was taking into question whether or not president obama loves america. he said he often hears the president criticize the country more than praise the country. he goes around apologizing for it. yet, if you read the main stream media headlines over the past few days all of the problems surrounding the comments from the mayor have been heaped on governor scott walker. >> the criticism is governor scott walker. take a look at the headlines here. here. >> unbelievable. i have to say i think it's
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legitimate to ask scott walker what you think of mayor giuliani's comments. to ask him if the president is a christian. >> completely out of left field. here is scott walker's answer when asked do you believe president obama loves america? >> then he was asked if plaum was a christian. he was asked this i've never talked about it or haven't read about it. i have never asked him that. to me this is a classic example of why people hate washington and dislike the press. the things they care about don't come close to what you're asking about. >> of course. and he spoke eloquently there. >> i think if you're running for
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president you should have to answer all kinds of questions. i've posted mean questions to candidates. why not make them relevant like what do you think of net neutrality. there's a lot going on in the world you can ask about. >> right. so many meaningful topics. >> absolutely. to dumb. talk about hypocrisy. al sharpton decided to rip into the mayor and got up to the podium calling him a racist. take a listen to this. >> don't you understand you're dealing with a famed republican who says or anything for attention. he doesn't know -- has no connection to reality. so step back let him keep making
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mistakes and you keep the camera on him. >> just a recap for you. the reverend al sharpton accused rudy giuliani of, quote, saying or doing anything for attention. irony alarms went off all through the country. al sharpton hates the spotlight. >> can't stand it! >> basically calling him a washed up politician. come on have some respect for america's mayor. hear are her thoughts on giuliani's comments. take a listen. >> democrats generally do not call republicans unpatriotic for the obvious reason we aren't. but, you know, everyone says how can you see into his heart? gosh they sure call us racists a lot. can they see into our hearts? that's based on what? because republicans want to cut taxes and the fact that
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democrats do not like obama rejecting american exceptional ism. his attorney general saying we're a nation of cowards and constantly finding racism under everything. >> barbara writes on facebook it's going to be hard for the conservatives to get past their attacks. according to the main stream media should be ashamed of themselves. >> jerry saying there's a double standard. i used to be a dem until i started seeing the hypocrisy. >> and the washington post even exist ten years from now? when media organizations fail part is, you know, they have taken sides and lose audience. >> >> what do you any let us know. you can send your views by facebook oarr twitter.
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>> smoke signals or anything. coming up the air you breathe while you fly killing you? a former pilot is breaking his silence on what he calls the airline industries dirty little secret. >> i would be dead by now. don't worry about terrorism. the state department has a plan. taking to twitter for your ideas about what to do about isis. crowd sourcing foreign policy. it's your job, america. more on that coming up. [ male announcer ] legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses. if you have a business idea, we have a personalized legal solution that's right for you. with easy step-by-step guidance, we're here to help you turn your dream into a reality. start your business today with legalzoom. whether you need a warm up before the big race... or a healthy start
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after three days here is where we stand. the state department now enlisting you, the american people, the twitter verse for solutions. turning to twitter we want your input. share solutions you think are critical to countering violent extremism. john roberts is hosting fox news sunday this morning. he joins us now to react. good morning, john. >> good morning to you. this is part obviously, the new mandate given to the social media at the state department to make people feel included to reach out for different ideas. to show sensitivity to the muslim community in this country to engage more of a sense of community in dealing with these things. i think the ultimate goal of the state department is to prevent what british authorities are going through as they search for the three teens that left gatwick heading for syria. if they can stop folks from the united states going to join them as jihadists or jihadist brides thing they think they have done
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something that is good. this is a piece of it but it's not the whole thing. there needs to be a military strategy as well. >> john we also learned this week in a leaked document that the administration believes that the real threat domestically in this country comes not from islamist extremisms from conservatives. right wing anti-government groups. >> i'm shaking my head because that's a story that i think has been twisted beyond all proportion. by one particular news organization that had some source in law enforcement who said something to that effect. i just was siing down with the homeland security secretary and asked him off camera about that. about this southern citizens extremist intelligence report. i read that from beginning to end. there is no mention in there about sce being any kind of greater threat that isis. i asked the secretary and he said i'm focussed on isis i'm focussed on al qaeda, i'm focussed on international terror
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groups. i'll leave that to law enforcement. >> this is not rising up to any degree in the department of homeland security. they believe this is a local law enforcement effort. and other news organization that pump this into a nationwide issue. they have a source that told them. it's not coming from the homeland security. >> one of the big headlines what is unfolding in minneapolis. the mall of america and the threat from al shabaab. >> right. he takes that seriously. and when international terror groups give a call out there worldwide for people to launch attack that's definitely something they take seriously. we spend lot of time talking with the secretary about. he was with the white house summit on encountering violent extremism. why does the president refuse to acknowledge it's islamist extremism. he came as close as anyone has to give us an answer. i can either tell you to stay tuned or let you in on a secret. which would you like?
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>> let us in on the secret! >> he says the reason is it's not because of political correctness. he said they hear from a lot of people in the muslim community a lot of muslim leaders who say what isis is doing is not a part of our religion. the reason they have not characterized this as extremism. they qualify it as terrorism because they don't want to give the dignity to isis they would achieve by labelling them as part of the islamic faith. that's what he told me. >> fascinating. more of that on fox news sunday. check your local listings. john roberts the host this morning. great to see you. >> good to talk to you too. >> we'll be watching! and coming up. the highest grossing war-themed movie ever. >> if i'm on the street, i -- i have the deadliest job here. >> you have some sort of savior complex. >> i just want to get the bad guys. if i can't see them i can't shoot them. >> will american sniper get
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welcome back. first up 59,000 that's how many licenses california issued to illegal immigrants during the first month of accepting applications. 236,000 have begun the application process. next 11 feet. a 16-year-old catching the huge 1,000 pound marlin off the coast of hawaii. he fought with the fish for a half an hour before reeling it in. and finally, $30,000 the fbi offering up a reward for the so-called black hat bandits. the pair are linked to seven
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bank robberies across maryland and virginia. everybody knows the oscars are tonight. american sniper is up for six awards. >> if i'm on the street mark, i have -- you have some sort of savior complex. >> no. i just want to get the bad guys. >> the film raked in over $300 million at the box office. many hollywood insider don't see the film as a frontrunner for the award tonight. why is that? we asked former navy seal. he served as an adviser on the film. there seems to be a disconnect between the publics' view of the movie and hollywood's view which is decidely mixed. why do you think that is? >> thank you for having me on this morning. i don't know what the disconnect
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is. and i'm pulling for the film tonight. i think we're going to win all six. but the real winner in this is the story that is being told. the story of chris kyle. the story of veterans out there. it's the story of americans that lot of this country and ruminating with the country. it's a huge success at the box office. i think it's a true winner. >> and it's changing the way that america likely perceives the military and the spouses and the families of the military with the trials and tribulations they go through. do you feel like this is an accurate accurate portrayal of that? >> i do. there is no disconnect there. people in america realizes the sacrifices we make as service-members. they see you know what truly goes on and those who don't really know. their eyes have been open to what military men and women do for this country. >> were you surprised by just how well this movie did? >> you know, when we were putting it together you always wonder how it's going to be
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received. and we knew it was special when we were living in real life with chris kyle, all the s.e.a.l.s and marines and army on the streets of baghdad but you don't know how the audience is going to perceive it when you put it out there. we knew it was special. after the opening weekend it slowly dispersed and got bigger and snowballed. we are humbled that people have come out and supported the movie as much as they have. >> what about the criticisms like saying it glorifies war and killing and triggers anti-muslim sentiment. how do you respond? >> i think those -- it's criticism nonetheless. it's negative criticism and for those that have worn the uniform, carried the flag, and represented america well it's criticism we don't listen to because we've gone on and done great things and continue to do great things. that criticism is pretty cheap. >> i know you'll be watching tonight. thank you. coming up is the air you breathe while you fly killing
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the entire east coast is dealinged with snow and the frigid weather. the mayor of boston had to issue a statement yesterday telling residents to stop jumping from their second story windows and rooftops into giant piles of snow. look at this lady calling her cat in from outside. >> come here! come here! >> pretty good. rick is in beautiful daytona. rub it in! 27 inches in, like four day. >> hey, rick!
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>> that cat video is awesome. i wouldn't love to be in the middle of the snowstorm. it looks for fun for awhile. as long as you can get away from it. which they would be able to be like to do. let's talk about the weather going on. the daytona weather today a big day the last few years we've had rough storms with rain. take a look at the map. we'll show you the forecast for the day today here across the daytona area. we'll deal with a few showers but they are to the south of here. no major problems snars goes. pop up the map so we can show you what we are looking at. temperature wise we're looking at things into the mid 70s. 77 likely for a high in daytona beach for the day today. showers that are going to be just a little bit toward the south of us, i think that is going to be remain away from here which is great news. all right. we have the storm yesterday that we dealt with across the east coast bringing all of the snow. take a look at the temperatures that are coming in behind us. very cold air minus 39 is what
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it feels like. we have that to to do. we start watching the next storm which is snow across part of the colorado area now. event think turns into a big storm in texas. ice and rain and problems in dallas tomorrow. right now, hey, get ready. see this car here? we have a pit crew coming in. we'll figure out how to change tires in six seconds. >> that's impress i have. you think you can do it that fast? >> aaa! storying making headlines this sunday to tell you about. 2,000 inmates mostly illegal immigrants start a massive riot at the texas prison armed with pipes. prisoners at the correctional center set fire to housing units protecting their headline services. -- protesting their medical services, rather. police used tear gas to control them and only a few minor
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injuries were reported. no prisoners escaped. now nearly 3,000 inmates will be transferred because the facility has been deemed uninhabitable. the lawyer for the suspect in the road rage incident questioning if road rage was involved the night tammy meyers was killed. why meyers didn't go to the police immediately after they felt threatened or why the family didn't tell police they knew the suspect who they claim confronted them. he's expected to make the first court appearance tomorrow. and good samaritans rescue a teen from a burning suv. the 17-year-old's car burst into flames after hitting a tree. two witnesses stopped to pull him out from the wreck moments before it exploded. >> they say people don't care but they do. a lot of people stopped and
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helped. it's what chicago is all about. the teen was hospitalized and is expected to be okay. toxic fumes circulating the plane's cabin could kill you. the warning comes from a british coroner investigating the death of a british airways pilot. he said frequent fliers and air crews are the ones most at risk. fox news alert. overnight two terror videos released. al qaeda-linked al shabaab calling for attack on the mall of america. >> how can we confirm their authenticity and how real is the threat and what security precautions are we taking. >> joining inging inging us now is the chairman of the marine corps. law enforcement. >> good morning. >> should we take the threats seriously as law enforcement on top of it? >> i think absolutely. the fbi director talked a few weeks ago about these guys and
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all the states except alaska. the fbi has a huge job in front of them. you know, you look at the mall of america. you look at the malls and you backtrack and said it would be nice to know who comes and goes into the country. we don't have a clue who comes and goes. >> i don't believe we have a clue, no. not at all. what precautions do you think they're taking at the mall of america? >> i think you're going to see more police presence. they'll be checking inging backpacks and move the perimeter to the parking area. they'll have, you know the video will be everywhere. the people will be more alert. it puts a chill on what the country is about. >> it's even more chilling. the fbi has their eyes on these guys. anybody coming into the country suspect. we know the flights.
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we'll be tracking them quietly in the background. to think we continue know who these people are. >> back to the conference, you know, the fbi director didn't go there and he probably chose not to go there. he has an awful lot to do. and, you know, the fbi director has a position with a term. he's not political. he's not part of the political apparatus. he can't be. he shouldn't be. he's good friend of mine but he said a few things about the police business. he mimicked what the attorney general was saying when i thought he should stay away from that. and be more concerned about the fbi investigations. you know for instance, why is the fbi visiting, you know, the four times and not interviewing
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him? the victims in the irs scandal. people ask me that because i know 100 times what is the fbi doing? the fbi cannot be political. they have to take their own stand. we hire people that don't like kicking in doors. we hire people that respect the rights and the dignity of every american. that's always been my experience. >> yes. >> but they get a huge job i had head of them. it's difficult to control. why people are going to the training camps and coming back and going into the population is bewildering to me. why they're not arrested on the border. why they get on the airplane is bewilder. >> how they got to america in the first place is another question. you are overseeing a tribute to the 70th flag raising. >> i'm involved with the marine corp. law enforcement
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foundation. we give educational citizenships. we also do a lot for the severely wounded veterans and we try to keep the money there. the marines haven't fought their last battle and right this minute now 70 years ago the marines were going up the mountain and 7,000 dead 25,000 wounded. we wanted to highlight that. we wanted american people to realize that. go up and raise your flag. get three of your neighbors and raise your flag. take a video. if you send us $70 or $7 or whatever you can afford to two go to our website. you know, we basically put 99% of that money back into the charity. >> what is the website? mc-lef.org. >> there it is on the bottom of your screen. "fox & friends" will put it on
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facebook and tweet it out. great to see you. twenty minutes at the top of the hour. coming up on "fox & friends." one extra credit. protest scott walker. is this fire conservative students on campus? plus, a victoria's secret angel loses her wings. all because of her boyfriend. we'll explain next. (melodic, calm music) hi, this is jennifer i will be out of the office until monday, and won't be checking voicemail during this time. i'll reply just as soon as i get back to work. sail with princess cruises the number one cruise line in alaska. save up to $500 during our 50th anniversary sale. call your travel consultant or 1-800-princess.
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budget cuts to the university. joining us now is campus correspondent for campus campusreform.org. it's hard believe it happened. state funded university offering college credit to protest the governor of the state. >> yes. and this is a professor who was twice run for the wisconsin state senate advocating a progressive agenda in education, health care, and the economy. and while encouraging students to educate themselves on various policies is great, when professors and administrators like this reward political activity that benefits one party it's a growth abuse of their power. and it violates the university's responsibility to promote and accept all views and perceptives. >> of course. and it's an inside game. she works for the state already. so we want to put it on the screen. you ww students organized a nonpartisan rally on the uw
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white water campus against scott walkers's proposed cut to the system. you may get extra credit by observing it or protesting it. unbelievable. what is being done? presumably she has tenure, this professor. >> i would imagine she does. and college students who have spoken out against things that are happening like this especially in the university of wisconsin system have been met with threats and speech restrictions by the university and fellow students. we just saw students at the university of wisconsin madison send out an e-mail explaining the benefits of the bucket cuts and what they received for responses calling republicans know ander thats and hateful among other words too colorful for tv. >> there isn't a lot of diversity on the campus. >> there's not. and i imagine that this is going to happen. especially we're going to see a lot of republicans harassed on
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college campuses as presidential campaign cycle heats up. i would encourage students to let the leadership know so we can continue to hold professors like this accountable and promote true diversity on college campuses. >> it's one thing for kids to get attacked from other kids on campus. fine. they can deal with it. for a professor paid for by the state to es spouse and give credit to students taking a certain political position is totally over the top. >> thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me back. coming up next. breaking overnight. terrorists put a target on america's largest indoor mall. right in the heart land. why does minnesota seem to be the epicenter of radicalization in america? a reformed terrorist explains how it happened. next. kurt busch is out at daytona as ex-girlfriend telling her side of the story saying there are other victims out there. >> i've had a lot of woman come
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a "fox news alert." a brand-new threat to america by a deadly terror group. al qaeda-linked somali terrorists have released a video calling for an attack on the mall of america in minnesota. why does this area seem to be the epicenter of islamic radicalization in america? ka author of "the coalition," a reformed muslim brotherhood terrorist. mr. singh thanks for joining us
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this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> why minnesota? why do we see so much focus on islamic radicalization outside minneapolis? >> well, we're looking at, you know immigrants that come in here whether through the amnesty or through obama, you know, dream act, and we've seen many of them are coming through the borders, you know, of the united states of america, and these somalis have been coming in here we have not investigated them. statistics shows that about 80% of it will -- you know when they cross the mexican border they're considered oshgts tm, other than mexicans. these people all we have to do is make one mistake and bring the radical person to the united states of america to take pictures in our mall or maybe, you know, do radical act within our nation. >> kamal you have a unique perspective, being a reformed terrorist yourself. tell us what the radicalization process is like when they're recruiting folks here from the
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united states to go to al shabab or the three girls we reported on from the united kingdom kwhof crossed the border into syria, potentially, to join isis. how were they recruited and what is that radicalization process like? >> the unfortunate way that's done, it's done through our universities, mosque system, which is the islamic holy prayer centers, you know, and jail system. also it's happening, you know, in our social media and then also happening even high school nowadays. and all these lead to one another. for example, when we take, you know moore, the one who did the beheading, he was converted in the jail system and then he was indoctrinated with radical islam in the mosque, you know, outside of oklahoma university. and therefore he did the beheading. then we look at jihad, you know, ft. hood, hassan, you know, major hassan what he did.
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he was indoctrinated in the mosque, and he turned from a good soldier to a radical islamist. so therefore we see all this happening, you know, in our media, you know, through social media and universities and mosques. >> and yet the obama administration refuses to tie these terrorists to their religion and saying what they say about being religious leaders is a lie. is that a mistake? >> it's a big mistake, not just big mistake. eventually, you know, in my humble belief, that i think obama is trying to really make islam looks good. but the way it is going about he's not doing favor to the muslims. i think ultimately what he's doing, he's dealing with a special group called the muslim brotherhood, but then he's leaving the moderate muslim outside of this. and we saw what happened in egypt. in egypt, you know, when the mus lick brotherhood took over, the
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moderate came and said he don't want this, we want moderate islam. therefore, it was a colossal situation. and we saw what happened in yemen, you know, when he said we have a policy that is succeeded and then it failed. so we really need to bring the moderate muslim to this like jordan, like lebanon, like the kurds, like egypt, like, you know, uae. these are good moderate muslim countries. and if we get them involved we can accomplish something here. >> fascinating. kamal, we appreciate you joining us this morning. thanks for stepping in and giving us your thoughts on the latest developments. thanks so much. >> my pleasure. kurt busch is out at the daytona 500 as his ex-girlfriend makes claims act his behave and she says there are other victims out there. >> had a lot of women come forward to me from the nascar community to say they were also abused and that they're being harassed by other team members. >> we'll have more from that interview next hour. plus it's not only the best
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i'm anna kooiman with a "fox news alert." they killed more than 60 people in a kenyan mall now al shabab naming its next target, the largest mall in america. the breaking developments and what we know about the threat straight ahead. and for the first time in 15 years, both busch brothers out in the daytona 500. kyle injured in a crash yesterday.
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and his brother, kurt suspended indefinitely. now his ex-girlfriend making big claims against him. >> i've had a lot of women come forward to me from the nascar community to say they were also abused and that they're being harassed by other team members. >> that's patricia driscoll. we'll hear more from her in this hour. rudy giuliani's comments and scott walker's problem. how they're hammering the wisconsin governor. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. >> hey, good morning folks. come on in and stay a while. >> nice and warm. >> snowy midtown manhattan behind us. >> send us your snow pictures this morning. >> not much time left because we're one week exactly from march 1st. america, february is almost over. hang in there. >> why are you a ground hog hater? he was speaking the truth and boston, 27 inches of snow in the
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past, like day. >> it's almost over. >> ground hog. "fox news alert," two new terror videos out overnight and one is a direct threat to america. al qaeda-linked somali group al shabab calling for an attack on the mall of america near minneapolis. al shabab is that same group that claimed responsibility for the deadly terror attack in the westgate mall in kenya in 2013, killing more than 60 people. the video depicts an image of the biggest mall in america with its gps coordinates. security has been increased. other terror threats named in the video include malls in the united kingdom and canada. the second video released by isis claims to show 21 kurdish fighters in cages paraded down a crowded iraqi street. the nine-minute video is similar to earlier execution footage. fox news cannot confirm the film's authenticity or what happened to the prisoners but it doesn't look good. >> so who is al shabab? what is this group? this is the first time they've made a direct threat against the
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west. why now? is isis gathering all the headlines? why have they desaided to wait until now to do this? the state department designated al shabab a terror organization in 2008. they have close ties to al qaeda through its leadership, in fact, pledged allegiance to al qaeda in 2012 but have had some friction over the years. >> tw-in 2013, they were responsible for that attack on the westgate mall in nairobi. 67 people were murdered in that thing. they e moergeed, like most terrorist groups do from chaos from the lawlessness of somali which has not had a central government in over 20 year, and at the same time thousands of somali refugees have been relocated by the u.s. government and church groups into american cities. and it's from those populations we are seeing scroll tears from al shabab moving from the united states back to somalia. law enforcement in the u.s. concerned about those people this morning. >> mainly in minneapolis, which has the largest muslim population in the united states.
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>> al shabab, they call themselves the youth or the youngsters. i'm fascinated how they get their money. some gather hostages and demand ransom. al shabab slaughters tens of thousands of elephants and sell the ivory tusks. that's how they get a large bulk to of their money to run their operation. >> let's remember our faith this morning on this sunday morning when that attack that they're known for last year in kenya on the mall when they were asking people who appeared to be christians, are you christian, and if they would denounce their faith they were executed right there. 67 people died. >> tim clementi retired fbi special agent and expert on counterterrorism. give us some perspective on all this. >> good morning. >> al shabab, how grave threat do you believe that group poses to the united states? >> i believe they pose a very great threat. the example of the mall you just mentioned at westgate was a perfect example of what they can do here. it doesn't involve a great deal of planning or extensive amounts
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of weaponry or materiel. it involves use of guns and they're very easy to get in the united states. the somali diaspora in the united states, estimates about 750,000, a small minority would be considered radicalized something that al shabab would want to recruit from that pool. and al shabab has been very effective in bringing fighters from here over there but they're even more effective at radicalizing people here. that's the problem, the real threat. they don't need to bring al shabab fighters that work in the westgate mall attack and bring them to minneapolis to attack a maul. they can have individuals living in minneapolis radicalized, get them armed in any way and go into any kind of a crowded public place and commit an atrocity. >> how different are these types of attacks from what we've come to expect over the years, these large, spectacular attacks, airline crashes and the like? are we going to see more of these style pop-up attacks at shopping centers or public areas? we've heard about coffee shop
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attacks. >> yeah. the fbi has been worried about this and concerned about this for a long time. we've always been involved even pre-9/11 in planning and counterterrorism planning for major special events. you know, the super bowl comes to mind as something that we all recognize. but we also work at major events that are just like everyday professional sports, college sports venues and in concerts and things like that, because anytime you have a large gathering of the public you need to have some kind of a counterterrorism plan in effect because it's something that is a soft target ordinarily. now, the if the president of the united states goes to an event, it becomes a hardened target becomes a national special security event and the secret service takes over security. but a regular, everyday event eve an little league game where you might have hundreds or maybe a couple thousand people watching, there might be no physical security presence at all. and that's something that might have to be modified because of groups like this. >> let's talk about this specific target being in the crosshairs, though. why is it the mall? we think about 9/11 and being the twin tower, a symbol of a
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thriving economy and economic prosperity. we think about the boston marathon on this bombing and the american hard work and sportsmanship and all that. is the mall a symbol of commercialism or what is it? what's the deal? >> it's an american icon. just the fact that it has the name, the mall of the americas, it has america in its name. it's also an icon. malls are something that probably were generated in america and have spread throughout the world and it's that commercialism you just mentioned that's spread throughout world that a lot of these radical islamists hate to much. you have boko haram in western africa, which hates western education. al shabab, you know, the youth, as you mentioned it hates western life, period. and one of the things you just had in your segment was how they received so much of their money through the poaching of ivory in africa. these aren't individuals that go in and just selectively kill one or two elephants. they use rpgs and chainsaws to
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slaughter entire herds and walk away with just the ivory from it. this is a group that butchers animals and human beings wantonly. >> so we're never going to have enough security to protect every little league game. we're just not. so when is law enforcement going to say publicly maybe we should stop letting scary people into the country in the first place? >> well, that's something we need to look at. we need to also look at some of the scary people that are already in the united states. the problem is i actually worked an investigation pre-9/11 that involved looking for some of the individuals within the small i diaspora in america and canada that may have been involved in the blackhawk down attack in the killings of the medal of honor winners in mogadishu back in 1993. some of those people we know got into the united states and the fbi and other groups have been trying to track them down far long time. >> so irresponsible someone would allow that to happen. you wish someone could be held accountable for that at some point. >> i agree with that. >> i'm heartened by some of the
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netting of some of these guys, portland comes to mind, of course, the bombing that was set to unfold there the fbi watching them and lured them into that trap. what we saw in times square. can we think the fbi is on top of all of it? >> the fbi can't be on top of all of it. there's 12,000 fbi agents throughout the world and that's not a big enough force to look at literally hundreds of thousands of potential people that could be involved in something like this. local law enforcement is also a big player in this. but individuals are. and i think the muslim community itself and especially the small i community needs to monitor its own. you know, i saw a story recently about parents of the young individual the 19-year-old somali male that was going over the fight with isis and his parents were totally surprised that he would doing do something like this. i don't think it could be 100% surprise. somebody close to these individuals sees their radicalization, hears what they're saying, see what is they're posting and is either ignorant playing ignorant about it or not doing anything about it and they need to.
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>> tim clementi retired fbi special agent and counterterrorism expert, thanks for your expertise. now some other stories making headlines in another "fox news alert." defense secretary ashton carter in kandahar afghanistan, overnight. he spoke to about 100 soldiers saying training and organizing afghan forces is the heart of the mission. our military presence at kandahar closes down this year, but the president now considering changes to that plan. also breaking overnight, the death toll continues to rise from a capsized ferry accident in bangladesh. at least 31 people including a child are dead after it was hit by a cargo ship on the padma river. more than 100 passengers were on board. 50 people have been rescued. no word yet on how many others may be missing or dead. for the first time in 15 years the busch drivers will not be driving the daytona 500. late last night, kurt bush losing a last-ditch appeal to overturn his indeaf net suspension from nascar.
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he was sidelined after a judge ruled busch almost surely choked and beat former girlfriend patricia driscoll. kyle busch off the track as well after a dramatic crash during yesterday's xfinity series race. busch losing control hitting a concrete barrier hard, breaking his right leg and left foot. he's out indefinitely. rick is in daytona. >> are you behind the wheel? >> i am behind the wheel. and i think i found the ignition switch in this car and it's really tempting to try to start it. but take a look inside this car. you have to understand these guys drive for about four hours at about 195 miles an hour trapped in this, and they are fully belted in and a helmet and cannot move. and if you have any propensity towards claustrophobia, which i do shgt it sounds really, really horrible. anyway, that's a look inside the
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car. later in the show we'll change the tires and do like the pit crew experience, which is amazing. you don't want to miss that. right now let's talk tact weather. lots going on. we've had one storm we dealt with and now we have another one. this one storm brought us bad conditions across areas of the south. now get ready for the cold air coming in behind it. minus 9 is your actual air temperature in minnesota. take a look at this video out of tennessee, you see that ice right there and it caused all kinds of power outages. officials say it will likely take about a week before everybody has power back. and unfortunately it's going to remain very cold. so make sure you help your neighbors in that area and see what you can do for everybody there. the next storm coming in has been developing in across colorado, bringing snow. but take a look at all this wide area with winter storm watches and warnings. arctic national wildlife refuge, louisiana, in towards mississippi and al mannar. so we're going to watch that for the next couple days. this is how that develops. dallas tomorrow to potentially a
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rough day for you. we'll continue to watch that. much more coming up. >> hit that ignition switch. >> look good in there, rick. >> i want to but i would scare a lot of people that are around this car right now. >> do it do it do it! >> get out of the way! >> thanks, rick. coming up the mainstream media turning rudy giuliani's comments about the president into scott walker's problem. hear how the wisconsin governor is getting hammered on this one. a victoria's secret angel loses her wings all because of her boyfriend. i have no idea what that tease means, but we will explain. let's both watch.
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there he is, america's mayor, made some headlines this week. he was on "fox & friends" earlier this week responding to criticism he got for comments he made during a fund-raiser with governor scott walker of wisconsin where he took to task president obama, saying he doesn't know if the president loves america. he more often hears the president criticizing and apologizing for america than praising it. >> and doesn't believe in american exceptionalism. he when he was on "fox & friends" he was asked if he wanted to apologize it or repeat what he wanted to say. he doubled down on it. now, he's getting death threats and the trickle-down is affecting governor scott walker as well. now he is getting raked over the coals by the mainstream media. let's take a look at the headlines bashing him. scott walker's spineless silence from "the washington post." >> from the post, scott walker says he doesn't know if obama is
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a chris can. from the associated press scott walker says he doesn't know if obama loves his country. so rudy giuliani says i don't think obama loves the country and he does it at a scott walker fund-raiser. so it's not troo too surprising he gets asked about his views on that, and he answered. then -- >> but coming in from out of left field. >> exactly. "the washington post" says, by the way, do you think obama is a christian? i'm laughing because it's an insane question. here's scott walker's answer. you can kind of hear that he's confused. he said, "i've never actually talked about it and i haven't read about that. i've never asked him that. how could i say if i know if either of you are christians? to me this is a classy example of why people hate washington and increase lig they dislike the press. they the things they care about don't come row motely close klose to what you're asking about." there's the understatement of the week. >> colonel alan west was on our show earlier this morning and had this to say.
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>> scott walker is a perceived front runner the 2016 presidential election and therefore he's going to get the full onslaught and that is what you' happening, they're trying to make him guilty by association. when you look at the policies, look at some of the things the president has said and done, going back to we're five days away from fundamentally transforming the united states of america, what is wrong with our constitutional republic that it has to be transformed? the fact that this president has lied to the american people on soefrl cases, we know with the health care law about keeping your doctor and keeping your insurance plan. if you love something, you don't lie to it. there is an animus toward the fundamental values and principles of the united states of america. >> the idea that scott walker -- i mean, look, presidential candidate should be able to answer any question, and i think scott walker did a pretty good job saying you're a jerk for asking me this dumb question. but you have to think you have time with scott walker you can
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ask him anything, why not ask him a real question? >> jobs, health care the war on islamic extremism. governor walker take it as a compliment that you're a viable candidate. >> nancy on facebook writes, i thought we still had free tom of speech. the left say all they want about anyone and get away with it. never did racist come out of the mayor's mouth. sharpton needs to vanish and take his friends with him. al sharpton this week called mayor giuliani racist for his comments. >> dawn tired of everything automatically being called ace racist. i truly wish the african-american community would realize you do them more damage than good. i think a lot of people do realize that. more news and drama out of daytona. kurt bush is out of the big race and his ex-girlfriend speaking out. listen. i've had a lot of women come forward to me from the nascar community to say they were also abused. >> more from her "fox & friends"
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we've got a look at your headlines this morning. calling it hillary clinton 5.0. reports this morning that a group of marketing experts are being hired to join her team as she prepares for yet another
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presidential run. their job, refreshing the brand of the first lady turned senator, then secretary of state, now presidential candidate. and the razzies. those are the award give on the worst hollywood films. they were held last night. michael bay nabbed worst director for "transformers: age of extinction." >> a new era has begun. >> a film many are saying is one of the worst movies ever. cameron diaz got actress for "the other woman" and "sex tape." and curt cameron named worst actor for "saving christmas." anna? the daytona 500 is late they are afternoon but kurt busch will not be a part of it after a final appeals officer upheld nascar's suspension last night. >> the 2004 daytona champ was suspended by nascar indefinitely after a judge ruled that busch almost surely choked and beat ex-girlfriend patricia driscoll last fall at dover international speedway. >> that's almost surely. not being convicted of a crime just to be completely clear.
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earlier in the show we heard her describe the attack. our own brian kilmeade asked her what can be done to help victims of domestic abuse. >> anyone who cares about the welfare of their troops knows your name, especially in washington. >> yes. >> the town has been running over ten years now. >> yeah. >> people know that. but now everybody knows your name. what has that been like for you? >> it's really awful because i like to talk about the issues that matter. i want to talk about our troops. i want to talk about ptsd and how these guys need help. and instead, you know, my name is out there for a bunch of craziness that has nothing to do with anything. and the worst part is that they're distracting from the real issue here that an act of domestic violence has occurred np guy committed a crime. at the very bottom he says he cupped my face and tapped my head against the wall. you know if that's where he's starting it was a lot worse than that. and when i have pictures that show completely different and a judge who obviously didn't agree
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because he also ordered him to get a mental evaluation and the help that he need too and turn in his firearms. >> the judge found you were right. >> yes. >> now he has to stay away from you at least 100 yards for a year and he's found guilty of abuse. what would you like to see happen? >> this is about an issue of kurt and i anymore. this is a much bigger issue. i love so many of the people in nascar. we've had a long-standing relationship. but i'm very disappointed in the way that they've handled this situation. you know, they had a driver a year before i was assaulted assault his wife. he was charged. he was arrested. and he was convicted. and they did nothing. then ray rice happened. and i thought at some point you have to take a stand as a sport about how you feel about domestic violence. there's so many little kids who look at these athletes like they are a superhero. so if this is your superhero, these are your brands do you really want that representing your sport? because i've had a lot of women come forward to me from the nascar community to say they were also abutz and that they're
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being la raszharassed by other team members, that when they've gotten protective orders they're still harassed by ex-huhs or ex-boyfriends or the guys he works with because unlike a lot of sports they all live in the same community. i want there to be a way for there to be protection for these women, a clear channel where they can come and report and say, look, they're not abide big the restraining order, they're bothering me. the teams need to stand up and take responsibility, too and say we're not going to tolerate this, it's a company policy. >> do you think if they act strongly they'll be empowered to come forward? >> absolutely, because i've had all these women say i'm there's no way in the world i'm going to put myself through what you've been through and god bless you for doing it, but i don't think i could handle it. and i don't think i can afford it because with the lawyers, i mean, it's been tens of thousands of dollars. and a lot of these women are not financially independent. how are they going to pay that bill? >> patricia driscoll, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> totally clear that nobody has been convicted of a crime here
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and patricia driscoll said many in nascar have committed these similar crimes. she did not name anyone by name. >> kurt's attorney has weighed in with this -- we are unhappy with the latest decision to deny our reappeal, but we will continue to exhaust every procedural and legal remedy we have available to us until kurt busch is vindicated. along the way, we intend to continue to call attention to the facts and the witnesses that will shed light on mrs. driscoll's true character motivations, and history. >> a statement from nascar -- kurt busch has exhausted his appeal options under the nascar rule book and the indeaf net suspension remains in effect. he will not be allowed to race nor participate in any nascar activities until further notice. >> so without a conviction, he's out of a job. all right. up next a parent's worst nightmare. strangers ss stealing your kids ifo toes and posting them on my own. >> i was looking on my instagram and somebody started following me so i clicked on their profile
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to see who it was and i saw a picture of my daughter. >> how to make sure you're not the next victim of that scam. and the president touts his economic success, but according to his own vp, the middle class is being killed. the vice president biden correct?
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good morning, everyone. a "fox news alert." we are following the new threat to america by terror group al shabab. homeland security secretary jeh johnson speaking this morning about the i of terror groups recruiting here in the united states. >> they have very effective use of the internet, social media they have the capability to reach into our home land to recruit and inspire independent actors here, potentially. and so we've got to deal with this in a whole new government approach. >> the al qaeda-linked al shabab releasing a video calling for an attack on the mall of america in minneapolis. al shabab is the same group that clamd responsibility for the terror attack at the westgate mall in ken y that 2013 killing more than 60 people. this shid nu video has an image of the mall of america with the gps coordinates. other terror targets named in the video include malls in the united kingdom and canada.
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now a look at some headlines now. families of three teen who is ran away to join isis now begging them to come home. but it may be too late. the girls who are from london reportedly already crossed the border into syria on friday. one girl's parents saying, "we understand that you have strong feelings and want to help those you believe are suffering in syria, but please don't cross the border." police are attempting to reach the girls via their cell phones and trying on social media also. two good samaritans rescue a teen from a burning suv. the 17-year-old's car burst into flames after hitting a tree when he lost control of it. two witnesses stopped to pull him from the wreck moments before it exploded. >> actually, the car just engulfed in flames. just as the fire department was arriving. >> they say, you know, that people don't care, but they do care. a lot of people stop and a lot of people helped, and it's what chicago is all about. >> the teenaged driver was take on the hospital but he's expected to be okay. a terrifying new trend.
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strangers stealing family photos of children they don't even know and reposting them as their own using fake social media profiles. so how can you protect your family from digital kidnapping? >> would you go take your picture of your kids and pin it up on the telephone pole at the grocery store or in front of your house or the fire department or city hall? no. would you tape your wall threat? no. it's time to rein in our privacy. think about if it makes more sense to you to not publicly post on social websites and instead limit those to your own family, that would be a great tip. >> police warnitis hard to get pictures remove when parents posted them publicly in the first place. and victoria's secret model carly klaus giving up her angel wings. her boyfriend could be to blame. her contract just expired. her boyfriend was reportedly involved in the decision not to renew it. she'll concentrate on college and other modeling jobs instead,
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she says. and those are your headlines. poignant though they are. anna? >> hollywood's biggest night. all about the glitz and glam and we're not just talking about the outfots. some of hollywood's luckiest will be taking home golden beauties tonight. the oscars wrapping up award season. where do the movies stand heading into tonight? let's step into the box with the fox vp of marketing michael tomaro live in l.a. good morning. thanks for being with us. a little early there. >> hello anna. good morning. i feel like i slept in. it's 6:30. usually i'm up at 3:30 in the morning. fantastic. >> people talking about the best movie and the best actor. >> look, it all comes down tonight, best actor, it's been a tough, tough race between eddie redmain and michael keaton neck and neck. one man is stepping into the ring tonight for the fist time going head to head with these two guy, and that would be bradley cooper. we're calling the segment
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"oscars by numbers." one number you should look at 3-9-8. i think we have a full screen of it. bradley cooper made history. nominated for the third year in a row for best actor. he joins a group of nine other actors who have only done so in history, richard burton, a whole group of them. and of those nine eight have gone on to win best actor. so i would not count him out tonight. if there's going to be a surprise tonight, i think there will be a couple surprises. it will happen with "american sniper" for best film or best actor. you can't ignore if this movie. one of the things it has going for it of course is the box office pip think we have another full screen of that. it has gone on to outgross all its competition combined, grossing over $300 million worldwide to date. that's a hard thing for the academy to overlook. when this whole process started off this season, the academy was worried they didn't have a box office hit for people to rally and get behind and tune into the
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actual show. now they do in "american sniper." >> profiling an american hero, chris kyle, the most decorated navy sniper in american history. and really accurately depicting what military family members have to go through as well. let's talk tact tom four studio nomination nominations, michael. >> everyone says they're voting on art tonight, but don't kid yourself. this is a business and a lot is at stake for some of these studios. the studio going in with the most nominations tonight 24 would be fox, between 20th century fox and fox searchlight has the most nominations going into tonight. they've had a fantastic year with movies like "birdman," "grand hotel budapest" and "dawn of the planet of the ape," "how to train your dragon 2," "gone girl," all to be the top grossing studio of the year. no matter what happens tonight there will be a lot of champagne and celebration at the fox after party for sure. >> let's show that best picture
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nominee award totals there. you want to go over this one for us? >> sure. let's look at what movie may have the momentum going into tonight. right now it looks like "birdman" leads with about a total of 12 trophies they've taken home since the beginning of this process between the critics awards and some of the guild awards. when this whole process started off, everyone was saying "boyhood," all the kritcritics, then the gild started vote, the vga, the sags, the prokjus deucers gild and "birdman" swept. so that has the edge and momentum but i would not discount "american sniper." the first time it's going head to head in a real way with some of these movies. >> as we go, michael, what are the chances that brald ss ss that bradley cooper gets it for best actor and the film gets best film? >> pretty good. having to vote for best film, it's a crazy system, a ranking system, like the iowa caucus in
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a way. members are asked to rank their top three movies and then the one with the least number ones gets knocked out and they go and vote again until they can come to some sort of consensus. everyone is saying that it's very tight between "birdman" and "boyhood, "so there is a likelihood one could get knocked out and you could see "american sniper" on top. >> have fun. i'm jealous. >> all right. see you back in new york. >> 20 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, as the weekend winds down, the brand-new solution to shake off those monday blues. and the president touts his economic success, but his own vp didn't get the memo. >> the middle class is being killed. the middle class has been slammed. they are in worse shape than they've been anytime since the '20s. >> is joe biden right? maria bartiromo live on that next.
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you as i can attest. anything can happen in live television, like this. watch. get the camera wet. french broadcaster literally wiped out by a giant coastal wave doing a live shot report ong the weather. she's fine. just got a little wet. and tired of feeling blue at the office? take this for an idea. just take a walk out of your office and leave work. studies show a 30-minute walk a few times a week during your lunch break can vastly improve your mental health and your mood in the office. so don't eat lunch at your desk and watch youtube videos, tucker. >> thanks. good advice.
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remember when president obama touted his economic successes at the state of the union this year? >> the verdict is clear. middle class economics works. >> apparently not everyone got the memo. >> the middle class is being killed. the middle class has been slammed. they are in worse shape than they've been anytime since the '20s relative to the rest of the community. what's the way to grow the middle class? jobs. >> two diametrically opposed message. who's telling the truth? someone who always does maria bartiromo. >> good goode to see you. >> a gaffe in washington is when someone accidentally tells the truth. is that what biden did? >> i think so. i think he just says what's on his mind and what he truly believe, and actually he's right, the middle class has gotten slammed particularly in the last six or seven years. they have not seen their wages
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moved as others have seen their fortunes go up. when you look at who's done well, the stock market near all-time highs that is affecting the highest earner the wealthy out there. the middle class is getting squeezed because they're not really benefitting from some of these policies. and the federal government has really not done the policies that can move the needle on jobs like vice president bide season saying that, for example, the federal reserve has been trying to move. so it's been very much a monetary policy story in terms of economic growth. the fed has injected money into the system. the fed has kept interest rates at rock bottom low levels. that has enabled consumer activity and the rich to do very well. the middle class remains getting squeezed and they're facing higher prices for a number of items out there and they're not even spending the money they saved at the gasoline pump because they're worried about all the uncertainties out there. he's right about the middle class. >> you can't have a responsible functioning democracy without a strong middle class.
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that's the whole point of america. what policies do you think we need to institute to raise wages? >> first off we need growth. we need to see that we have sustainable economic growth. gdp report is out next week. that's going to be very important to watch because this last gdp report that was out was actually below expectations because you had a whole host of jobs getting impacted. in order to see jobs you need to see growth. so without economic growth you're not going to actually get to where you want to be. what needs to be done. the business environment has to feel conducive to creating jobs. so businesses have to see an environment where their taxes are at reasonable level, the regulatory environment is not choking them so, that they have a feeling of confidence that in fact, things will get better on the demand side so they can hire people. business creates jobs so you have to create an environment that is favorable for business. this president has not done that. >> they have to think the rules are going to change tomorrow. you always have the strongest
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guest lineup. who have you got? >> general richard myers, former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. this is the highest ranking uniformed military man formerly of the -- overseeing the war in iraq, the war in afghanistan, 9/11. when i talk to him about what has hammed over the last 15 years in terms of the terrorists, of course today we have another threat on our home land with al shabab saying that they want to attack the mall of america. we'll talk with representative michael mccaul on that, chairman of the homeland security. of course as you know the bill to fund homeland security is -- we've got a deadline this friday, what happens to the states and the economy if, in fact we don't fund homeland security so we'll talk with him about that. then we've got governor gary herbert of utah. this weekend we have the national governors association. the governors of this country are upset because they feel they know their state better than anybody, so why is the federal government coming out with rule making that actually impacts
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everybody the same with a brush stroke on immigration, on health care, on education? we'll talk with the governors and find out from them what they think immigration reform should look like and what they think education reform should look like. then tax policy. i have the ceo of qualcomm coming on. they have an enormous amount of cash on the balance sheet. much of it is overseas. what should tax policy look like to get some of that money back into america? >> in less than 11 minutes. don't miss it. go to foxbusiness.com/channelfinder. start your engines. rick is live at daytona. rick? >> hey tucker. i'm getting a lesson from the pit chief right here rodney, on how to change a tire super fast and that's coming up. not only that trevor bayne, great racer, talking to him. don't go away.
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nascar victory isn't just about the driving it also takes a top-notch pit crew. rick is at the daytona 500 with the race's youngest winner ever. hey, you look great. >> hey, trevor baines, you were -- you were the youngest winner ever here and i will tell you i interviewed you the morning before you won and then you won that day. >> well, that's a good sign for today then. >> that's right. >> we need to keep that trend alive. >> how are you feeling for today? >> feeling really good. have a fast ford fusion in here and be careful, stay out of wrecks. if you can avoid those you have a good shot of winning. >> you won right after your 20th birthday. >> i'm getting old now, just
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turned 24. >> you going to do this or what? >> we're going to do this. this is rodney, your pit chief so we'll figure out how to change the tires. you gives are going to give me a lessson. you'll change two tires and how long will it take you, five seconds. >> all right. let's do this. get ready in one, two, three. one, two, three, go. >> what? what? >> you got that. that's it. >> that's it. >> you can do that. that's all you got to do. >> okay, all right. >> my turn. are we ready. >> quick, i need your glasses. okay. am i racing anybody? >> you're racing -- racing the clock. >> all right. let's go. count me down. >> three, two, one, go.
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>> wait. >> we're getting there. >> switch it, the other way, that way. >> there you go. man, i would have have been good. >> all right. that was better going on. much better going on. >> he gets out of the way. >> all right. >> thanks, man. >> what was my time? >> oh, about eight seconds maybe. >> maybe 28 seconds. >> yeah. >> like a minute and a half. >> you better check that. >> my all-star team did a really good job. thank you for helping out. we've got advocator fasenol and ortho. guys, back to you. >> our clock ran out of numbers couldn't keep it going. >> i thought it was pretty good. >> i'm like you. i'd be a little concerned about driving on that tire. just take the extra five seconds, you know what i mean?
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. a fox news alert. al shababishing its first ever threat to america releasing a video calling for an attack on mall of america near minneapolis. the video shows an image of the mega mall with its gps coordinates. the mall of america says it is aware of the threat and has beefed up security. >> we'll have much more on that here on fox news channel. maria bartiromo's show starts in just 20 seconds. meanwhile, want to say good-bye from daytona 500. rick, we measured your time. it was 24 seconds you did it in. congratulations, rick. >> 24 seconds.
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>> incredibly fast. >> thank you very much. >> more on our after the show show, watch rick drive off. iraqis building an offensive to take on isis in their second largest city. hi, everyone good morning. i'm maria bartiromo, and this is "sunday morning futures." u.s. troops training iraqi soldiers for their first major offensive against isis terrorists in mosul but are the iraqi forces up to the task? former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general richard myers, is with us this morning. an agreement is made, for now, in the labor standoff at our west coast ports, but at what cost to businesses? we will talk to the ceo of qualcomm, one of the biggest microchip companies in the world about that and about tax policy. and a

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