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firefighters arrive to find flames shooting from the house so bad they couldn't make it inside. a mother, father and two daughters 8 and 12 years old all killed. a family dog managing to escape. fair crews remain on the scene at this hour trying to figure out what caused the blast. >> mama is now beigoing home. the mother of the affluenza teen, tonya touch. they posted bond after a judge lowered it from $1 million. she pled not guilty for helping her son escape to mexico. his defense claims he was too rich and spoiled to know better after killing in a drunk driving
crash. disstrayed army sergeant bowe bergdahl heads to a military court in fort bragg. bergdahl is facing charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. before the taliban captured him. in may 2014 they traded five taliban prisoners to secure escape. he was considered a high risk recruiter who said he would kill americans and released now he is free. he is the latest detainee to release from gitmo by the white house. he is no longer a risk. he was labeled a loyalist to al qaeda as recently as two years ago. there are only three detainees
remaining at gaun tan me bay. drug lord el chapo guzman. >> the fight now to bring him to justice in the u.s. could take a very long time. kelly wright is here live with the new developments. >> the incredible video you saw shot by mexican marines equipped with go pro cameras. they were advancing on joaquin el chapo guzman's home. el chapo escaped the raid but was arrested a short time later. >> he escaped because his body guards fought until they were killed. five of them were killed. it shows you the intense loyalty. it also shows you the fact that they were willing to die to let el chapo escape.
>> six suspects were arrested. mexican authorities attract guzman in the electronic exchanges. they were also acare ware actor penn interviewed el chapo for rolling stone magazine. he told associated press he has nothing to hide about his piece. he was in solitary confinement. his lawyers fighting extradition as u.s. authorities try to bring him to the space. >> no, he shouldn't be extradited to the united states or any other country. in mexico there are laws based on a fair constitution. in this case our country's national sovereignty must be respected. a spokesman for mexico's attorney general says it may taket least a year to extradite the drug king pen. >> kelly wright, thank you.
bringing you to election news. there is major news to tell you about on the 2016 campaign trail. fox business network just announced the lineup for the next gop debate. one of the candidates is making good on a promise to boycott the whole thing. kristin fisher is live with the latest on this story. good morning kristen. >> good morning heather. rand paul told brian kilmeade he would not participate in any kind of second tier debate. he is sticking by that statement. yesterday when it was announced he did not quall fify for the pe time debate he said i am out. >> we are a contender. we have a national campaign that can contend for victory. we cannot accept an artificial designation by anybody. >> the lineup was determined by national polls and state polls in new hampshire and iowa. the candidates that made it are donald trump, ted cruz, marco rubio, chris christie, ben
carson, jeb bush and john kasich. paul and carlo fiorina were on the debate stage but they are on the other stage. >> it shows you how many high caliber candidates are on tin t race. >> we have a varsity team of candidates that are out there. >> leading the pack at the center of the podium is donald trump. last night he was on "the tonight show." he has been preparing for this for the last 30 years. >> the debates have been interesting and we have one on thursday night coming up. a big one. i hope to do well. but who knows. you never know,folks. you never know. >> trump still has a big lead in new hampshire. 18 points according to a university poll. in iowa he's in a tight battle with ted cruz. quinnipiac poll gives him two
point lead. a lot be change change between now and february 1st. >> are rand paul off the prime time stage weekly standard senior writer steven hayes has an idea as to why the senator hasn't been able to break from the pack. >> i always thought he my break free i didn't think it would be about the media. >> he is supposed to be the dove. >> he has been campaigning for president for over a year. he hasn't caught fire the way many anticipated he would in part because of his foreign policy, because he has been noninterventionist, and because we have seen the rise of threats or at least recognizing the rise of threats around the world in a way that makes his foreign policy i think out of step with where most republicans are. >> the debate airs on the fox business network. that will be thursday. prime time coverage starts at
9:00 p.m. eastern. a manhunt this morning for three people who may be linked to the gunman who tried to execute a philadelphia cop. police now say they know the names of at least two men believed to be a part of a larger network to target and kill officers. edward archer admitted he opened fire on officer jessie hartnett in the name of islam after pledging allegiance to isis but the white house still refusing to call it terrorism. >> this is something that is still being investigated philadelphia police department. given the circumstances of the event, obviously that is something that we are all wondering right now. the bear of philadelphia making similar statements that the attack was not terror prompting reaction from the 2016 campaign trail. >> when they caught this person they asked him why did you do this?
this person said i did it because i pledged allegiance to isis. the mayor of philadelphia who i know nothing about other than he's delusional said, this has nothing to do with isis or islam. this is because there are too many guns on the street. >> investigators now trying to determine if a terror organization paid for archer's travels to the middle east. as we mentioned the white house won't say the philadelphia police shooting an act of terror. president obama cried during his gun control speech. former speech righter for president george w. bush says the president doesn't care much about terror because of personal politics. where is the outrage about terror related gun violence? he doesn't have it. the reason is number one if it's gun violence he wants to change the policy. if it is terrorism he doesn't want to change the policy. he thinks his strategy is right. if it's gun violence he can blame the republicans for not
passing his gun agenda. if it is terrorism he has nobody to blame but himself. terrorist atacts on our soil reflect badly on him and success of his policy in fighting the terrorists because that's his job. >> even though the white house hasn't called a latest attack terrorism yet the latest fox news poll say terrorism is the top problem in the country right now. >> president obama will deliver his final state of the union address tonight. renewed regulations with kaub bau the iran nuclear deal and initiatives on climate change. among the 23 hand picked guests spencer stone the u.s. airman who helped stop an attack kim davis and refaai hamo. watch on the fox news channel at 8:55 p.m. eastern. talk about antarctic blast.
ta look at this car covered in ice. >> 50 mile an hour wind gusts causing massive waves in lake erie to spill into this buffalo parking lot. the binding cold air freezing it on the spot. >> maria molina is tracking the cold air. >> incredible images in that area in buffalo, new york. we are expecting to see more rough weather across the region because we have been dealing with lake-effect snow as well. in addition to strong winds over lake erie and lake ontario. now we are looking at a lot of activity continuing across parts of the midwest with lake-effect snowfall. we also have a quick moving clipper system that is bringing areas of snow early this mother-in-law -- this morning across indiana and ohio. as much as 3-6 inches of snowfall through out the day today. that will be something to watch out for. the snow showers are going to be spreading across parts of northeast. nothing really significant out
here. the bigger story is going to be across the state of maine. that is where you could be looking at heavy snowfall totals with the clipper system coming through. cold temperatures across the midwest. temperatures are below zero in places like minneapolis. minneapolis your high temperature just forecast to reach 2 degrees. teens for you in chicago. as we head further they a-- fur forecast in the 60's. and a new record for the power ball jackpot. $1.4 million now up for grabs and it could climb even higher before tomorrow night's drawing. all six numbers could land you a lump sum cash payment of $868 million. this jackpot has been rolling over since november 4th. got to buy your ticket. >> the thing is, it will continue to grow until they do it on wednesday. we will see what the final numbers are then.
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>> it is tuesday january 12th signed the take down of the world's most famous fugitive. >> gunfire and grenades in the recapture of el chapo. sean penn breaks his silence about that secret meeting. >> how a woman taking her kids from school escaped the truck axle flying through her car. >> elephants retiring why you may soon have to say good-bye to the circus staple sooner than you think.
"fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪ >> little blake shelton to help you get started this morning. good morning. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am lea gabrielle. >> thank you for joining us it is half past the top of the hour. we begin with this an incredible inside look into the take down of mexico's most wanted drug lord. (gunfire) >> now we are learning the fight to bring joaquin el chapo guzma to the u.s. could take a very long time. >> kelly wright is live with us with more. >> the violent and dramatic
shootout is also known as operation black swan. they have mexican marines equ equipped with go pro cameras. they are going to his compound while engaging in fierce gunfire. he escaped the raid but was arrested a short time later. the marine's mission coming after mexican authorities that track guzman through his cell phones and electronic exchanges. they were aware sean penn interviewed el chapo for rolling stone magazine. pen telling the associated press he has nothing to hide about his piece. arthur ardel law says penn might be right. >> there's no accusations from what i have heard sean penn helped had him in any way. he interviewed him and he's speaking to someone who may be wanted by the law in and of himself. >> el chapo is in military confinement in the same prison
he escaped from six months ago. >> he shouldn't be extradited. there are laws based on a fair constitution. in this case our country's national sovereignty must be respected. >> the attorney general says it may take a year to extradite the drug kingpin. thank you, kelly. no you to a fox news alert. this one happening in ohio. a family of four now dead in a massive house explosion southeast of cleveland. the explosion rocking the entire community. neighbors running to the rescue veemi screaming to the family signed. a mother, father, two daughters ages 8 and 12 all killed. >> fire crews remain on the scene trying to figure out what
caused the blast. >> a manhunt this morning for three people who may be linked to the gunmen who tried to execute a philadelphia cop. they know the names of at least two men believed to be a part of a larger network to target and kill officers. and archer has admitted he opened fire on jessie hartnett in the name of islam after pledgingal league against to isis. he faces attempted murder among other charges. they are trying to determine if a terror organization paid for archer's travel to the middle east. >> isis is claiming responsibility for a deadly attack at a mall yesterday. warning there is worse to come. 18 people were killed 50 others injured all started when a gunman detonated a car bomb and opened fire while storming into a shopping center. the attack lasted all of 8
hours. the bombs blowing up a warehouse with millions of isis cash inside. the storage facility in mosul iraq housed the money that used to pay jihadi troops. u.s. officials say they plan to strike mortar gets. fox business network releases the lineup for the next gop debate. one candidate already saying he's going to skip the whole thing. kristin fisher is following us with the latest. >> this debate lineup was determined by the results of national and state polls in new hampshire and iowa. >> it is not fair for the media to determine the race. rand paul says he will not participate in the debate. >> i won't participate in anything that is not first tier because we have a first tier
debate. >> paul and carly fiorina were givin' a spot in the 6:00 p.m. debate along with mike huckabee and rick santorum. the chairman of the rnc says this goes to show you how competitive the field is in 2016. >> debates are breaking records as well compared to the debates a few years ago. >> donald trump will be at the center podium. he has 18 points according to a university poll. in iowa he's in a tight battle with ted cruz. it gives a 2 point advantage. he was on "the tonight show" and told jimmy fallon he's looking forward to the debate but not doing much to prepare. >> i have sort of been preparing for 30 years. they could ask you a million questions. you can't sit down and prepare.
>> the debate will be on the fox business network. the prime time debate starts at 9:00. this is much see tv with the iowa caucus less than three weeks away. >> kristin fisher. thank you. with less than three weeks to iowa democratic party affiliation is at a record low. that's according to a new gallup poll. 42 percent of americans identify as independent. 29 percent as democrats and 26 percent as republicans. fox news senior political analyst brit hume says this election could come down to the independent vote. >> i think this election is the republicans to lose. for the reasons that poll suggests because it is very hard for a party to elect the nominee three times in a row because the president's popularity or at least his job approval rating is under water and i don't see a lot of things out there that might change that. this should be the republican's election to lose. however, if you look at the
polling among independents and the republicans need to win the independents and win them by a lot more than mitt romney did. mitt romney won it by 5 points, something like that. that's not going to be enough. they need to win the independent's big. both donald trump and ted cruz are under water with independents. that could mean the republican party with a great chance might lose it because they nominate a candidate that won't draw independents. according to the gallup poll this is the 5th straight year out of at least four out of ten of those identify as dependents. >> turning now to some weather news, your first degree forecast, winter whiplash hitting across much of the country. >> heavy snow, wind and rain slamming many regions today. maria molina is in the weather center with what we can expect. >> hi heather and leeann. talking about frigid temperatures this morning across parts of the upper midwest and also the snowfall really coming
down especially lakes erie and ontario. that's where areas could see a foot of snow through out the day today. they have been getting pummelled with snow out there. they were yesterday at least. they will continue through out the day today. we have a quick moving clipper system bringing snow over parts of the midwest. in ohio we could be seeing as much as 3-6 inches of snow. watch out for dangerous driving conditions there. indiana light snowfall and eventually scattered snow showers are forecast across the northeast through the day. really the heavy stuff is going to be across parts of new england. across maine that's where you are looking at a foot of snow accumulation across the system. temperatures right now you are below zero in places like minneapolis mr. i say. chilly this morning but as we head into the afternoon not bad for this time of year. 60's and 50's forecast across places like atlanta and new
orleans down into tampa. >> maria molina live for us. thank you. >> the college football title is heading back to tus cal lutusca. it is alabama's fourthi title i seven years. they scored 24 points in the 4th quarter to take the lead from the tigers. this the this is the coach's 5th national champ yn ship leaving him one short from the most in history. >> the packers and chiefs scared off in super bowl number one. the historic game will reair on friday night. the game has been lost because of missing and erased tapes. the new reconstructed version will have original play calls modern graphics and social media interaction. not in color for you but green bay won the game 35-10.
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75,000. casey seigel was in the courtroom. there are conditions. >> the judge reminded prosecutors that you cannot set bail just to keep somebody in jail. he went on to say quote we are not dealing with capitol murder here end quote. hindering the application of a felon is the exact charge tonya couch faces. the judge lowered it to 75,000. she had to surrender her passports wear a gps ankle monitor. the cost incurred to extradite her from california back to texas. couch's lawyer call her clients indigent saying she separated from her wealthy husband and didn't have the assets or cash to make the original bail because they are still mreelly married meaning she doesn't have half of everything.
she will undergo a mental health evaluation. before she fled the country with her son ethan she withdrew 30,000 dollars from a bank account and called her estranged husband saying she wihe will ne him again. t >> a giant icon at the famous ringling brother circus is dropping out of the show early. cheryl casone is here with why the elephants are moving out. >> the elephants are about to go away. they are ending the acts a year early. the decision not an easy one. >> it is a very difficult decision for the company to make. we are talking 145 years of a
sprend did tradition here. >> animal rights activists have long alleged elephants are mistreated. they are expensive as well it costs 65,000 annually to care for each elephant. the animals are retiring to a conservation center in florida. they are going to be busy. get this. it turns out elephants cells contain 20 copies of a major cancer suppressing gene. the research elephants can teach us about cancer will be unter way soon. all elephants will be fully retireed by the month of may. >> log on to foxbusiness.com/channelfinder. a well-known piece of real estate is having a little trouble on the market.
>> spread your legs. put your hands in the back. >> the house made famous in the final scene of silence of the lambs is for sale. no one is buying. owners dropped the 300,000 price tag to 250 grand. the problem isn't the notoriety but the location which is an hour outside of pittsburgh. also there's only one bathroom in the four-bedroom house. problem. >> that is a problem. >> from a galaxy far far away to disney land, the california themed park giving a sneak peek of the new star wars park. we know it will be waterfront. that's about it. disne land is keeping what the attraction will look like for now. no word yet on when it will open. >> 47 minutes after the hour. window washers stuck on scaffolding. how rescuers got them back on
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welcome back to "fox and friends first." a terrifying brush with death for a mother in pennsylvania. take a look at these photos. a truck axle came loose and smashed right through her windshield. she was driving two of her children to school at the time. her teenage son apparently put the seat back a few inches and she didn't readjust it. that's a good thing. a towing company said those few inches may have saved her life. a sky high scare. two window washers stuck on scaffolding 71 stories up outside houston's tallest building. the fire department saying one of the motors malfunctioned causing this death-defying -- they had to remove a glass window to pull the workers to safety. panic on the freeway when a plane makes an emergency landing. >> plane literally has just landed on the freeway.
guys, i'm freaking out. >> can you imagine seeing that? the single engine plane came down in southern cool cal. two people were on board the plane when the engine was sputtering out. it may be freezing out but it's boat show season. americans flocking inside to check out the best in boating. as jesse waters found out, you better have a boatload of cash if you're a boat lover. >> welcome to the boat show. what are you in the market for today? >> a cigarette boat maybe. >> that sounds unhealthy. >> how much does a boat like this cost? >> just over $100,000. >> a little pricey. >> north of $300,000. >> how much does this run? >> just short of a million dollars. >> $900,000. >> cash. >> i don't know. >> you don't know. this is going to cause the
divorce. i can't speak anymore. >> you feel bad that not every american can have a boat like this? >> not necessarily. don't you think each american has a right to own a boat? >> not really. >> no? what about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. >> not the pursuit of a boat. >> there's a lot of people that can't afford boats. >> well, they can chaert. >> can people buy those with food stamps. >> not with food stamps but they can use them to bring food on the boat. >> it might put more immigrants in boats to get them here. >> what's trump going -- >> i think trump will put a good plan together to help americans learn how to earn the right to go out on a boat. >> i'm watters and this is my world right here. >> take a look at this. a puppy stuck inside a pipe. the story behind this incredible
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pretrial hearing at ft. bragg. >> president obama will deliver his final state of the union address tonight. he's expected to highlight reels with cuba, the iran nuclear deal and climate change. you can watch it tonight at 8:55 p.m. eastern. weigh in now on our facebook page #keep talking. now it's time for the good, the bad and the ugly. the animal edition of first the good. meet the cutest new members of the north carolina sheriff's department. when she is two 9-week-old bloodhounds grow up, they will help officers sniff out the bad guy. up next the bad. a stray puppy is stuck inside a pipe in illinois. >> okay. [ bleep ]. i got him. >> rescuers found the dog inside an empty building in the freezing cold. the pup and its two litter mates are safe and up for adoption by
the way. finally thea coyote found w jar stuck on its head in san diego. they took the animal to a special facility for additional care. >> thanks for joining us. "fox and friends" starts right now. bye. hi friends. good morning. today is tuesday, the 12th of january, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. a neighborhood rocked. a family of four killed in a house explosion. homeowners know how it happened? the details moments away. donald trump is interviewed for the position of president of the you united states. >> tell me a little bit about yourself. >> i'm an extraordinarily handsome person. i have a beautiful head of hair. >> oh, yeah. >> and why there trump says he's only just begun when it comes to the topic of hillary clinton. >> and bringing your