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>> we have the breaking details this morning. >> good morning to you as well. this horrific act of shootings in kalamazoo leaving the city filled with heartbreak. the community is shaken following alleged gunman's jason dalton's deadly shooting spree many gathering to pray for the six victims. >> > you see san bernardino and other communities you think are they match different than us and could someone snap and decide to let evil reign. unfortunately it happened to us. >> a 45-year-old dalton was taken away. he worked as an uber driver and had no criminal record. he's accused of shooting five people outside of a cracker barrel and killing a father and son at a car dealership and a
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woman at an apartment complex. >> he had no understanding of the motive, what prompted the suspect jason dalton to commit these heinous acts, and our heart goes out to the individuals. we were just out enjoying their life. >> before or perhaps even during the shootings or between the shootings dalton's uber passenger says he began actinger radically after getting a phone call. >> we were kind of driving through medians driving through the lawn, speeding along and finally once he came to a stop i jumped out of the car and ran away. >> uber would not confirm if dalton was driving for them at the time of the shootings. dalton is expected to be arraigned on multiple counts of murder later today. kelly wright thank you for joining us. >> new overnight the fbi fires back at apple over san pers
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bernardino killer's phone. he the request to unlock syed farook's home is no big deal and apple doesn't want to break the encrypti encryption. they say it endangers the privacy of millions. victims of the san bernardino attacks are going after the tech giant filing a legal brief. they have a right to know why they were targeted by a terrorist and how that could happen. bill cosby's wife is being deposed. the lawsuit is brought by 7 women who a claim the comedian sexually assaulted them. camille's lawyer says she has no involvement to the case. he's pled not guilt which to drugging and assaulting a temple university employee back in 2004. >> we turn to the white house.
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al leash nah shaw akuna is live from the campaign trail. >> good morning. donald trump arrives in nevada with acknowledgment he could always be stalked. one thing that is clear is the darkroom. a protester managed to turn on the lights. trump kept going and when they were brought back up insists they be turned back down again. >> we love you. we had such an amazing victory today. incredible. one after another. are we going to win georgia? ? >> senators marco rubio and ted
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cruz are at an all out battle to become the trump alternative. casting a wider net targeting the general election. >> after 8 years of damage we can't afford to get it wrong. if bernie sanders and hillary clinton would get the election we would have messed this up. >> what voters here are looking for is a consistent conservative someone who is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. >> governor john kasich is skipping nevada all together that make up super tuesday and beyond. that could be a gamble. they are stacking up the delegate count which is the most important thing at this point. >> alicia, thank you. on the democratic side they are gearing up for the first in
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the primary. kristin, good morning. >> hillary clinton scored a decisive win in nevada. it is in the advantage of the south primary. bernie sanders is bracing for back-to-back losses but he is not going down without a fight. while clinton fund raises sanders is already in south carolina. improved sanders at a big rale he lao and 5,000 people were there. he encouraged him to go to the state where the silo co comes d. >> saturday south carolina has the opportunity to make american history and i hope you will. we go around once we may as well make history as we go around.
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>> we may as well do something that people will remember decades from today. >> clinton still has a tremendous advantage among african american voters in south carolina and across the country. her campaign released this tv ad about the water prices in flint, michigan a predominantly african american city. she is courting the african american voters but reminding meeks she is not a single issue candidate. >> i am not a single issue candidate and we are not a single issue country. i want to hold back all of the be barriers. >> the charge that she is a single issue candidate is something she denies. it will come up at their next town hall tomorrow four-days before the primary. >> polls shoi democrats and
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republicans don't trust hillary clinton. >> that is why pollster lae carter says the republicans are pushing for a hillary win. >> soesix out of 10 democrats h trouble trusting hillary. 9 out of 10 republicans do. it is hard to pull them over. if i were a republican i would feel more comfortable knowing i had to run against hillary. i think hillary will have a hard time because trump motivates people. trump excites people. hillary does not. >> so the only hope that hillary has is obama does not get another seat put on the supreme court so the democrats will be able to motivate to go out and vote against the repaub cublire. >> far more came out to south carolina lena to vote for the
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republicans. >> icetis now claiming responsibility for the pair of deadly bombings that killed 130 people. it is dominated by two cities damascus and holmes. after secretary of state john kerry said washington and moss to you had a provisional cease fire in syrian sibyl war. >> days before the nuclear test the obama administration secretly agreed with peace talks with the rouge nation. during the exchange the u.s. dropped a long standing condition that they should first take steps to de nuclearize. pyongyang went ahead with their test. it took place with u.s. goals in mind. >> you bert pass your umbrella today rain is expected across
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much of the country. >> we are tracking the storm system through out the day today. with it we will be getting some showers and storms we already have stead bee rainfall across southern louisiana and texas. a a lot of moisture will continue to move eastward we are dealing with rainfall and thunderstorms through out the region. they are expecting snow showers and into parts of nevada and into idaho. we expect that to continue eastward. the current temperatures it is chill lae out there across some areas. chicago 28 degrees over cleveland. overall not too bad across the nation. in advance of the storm system we have mild temperatures early this morning. you are at 60 in atlanta and new
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orleans. temperatures in the 20's and 30's. we are going to be looking at the high temperatures climbing today could reach 40 in chicago, 48 in new york city and you should be in the 70's in lace places like new orleans and places like miami. >> this great american race coming down to a photo finish. >> unbelievable. >> making a huge move on the final lap of the ta doan gnaw 500 and won the race by less than 6 inches. it's the lowsest win in race history. >> i don't know where it came from i can't figure out what i did but it all came together. >> this is hamlin's first victory in ten tries at daytona. he's an old friend of mine. a lot of friend were at the
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prairace i was leading what they were tweeting he did not realize he won it was so close. >> his mother tweeted when he was in second grade he wrote a letter saying he hoped to win this. that says a lot about writing down goals and achieving them. >> that was way back in 1987 he was in second grade. quite a he can wouldn't end for him. 11 minutes after the hour. dramatic moments when a mega bus passed with people explodes. they live tweeted the whole thing. >> she can't afford to buy groceries. the company's response that will shock you. >> it will make you smile. two polar bears became best friends. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies.
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>> it gets i motivated on monday morning. welcome back to "fox & friends first" everyone. horror on the highway when minneapolis bound mega bus explodes. on board live tweeting and posted pictures of the whole thing. he says driver says it is just a flat tire and there is no need to manic and go outside. minutes later smoke starts pouring out of the bus. small fire over the wheel becomes big. people abandon huggage and go away. >> none of the 41 passengers
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injured now everyone's luggage was lost. some passengers say they smelled luggage from the moment they left chicago. >> this cyclone left people dead. the category 5 storm brought winds over 200 miles per hour torrential rain and waves up to 40 feet making it one of the most powerful storms recorded in the hemisphere. a 30-day natural disaster remains in effect. >> 2 people found in a remote idaho town thanks to a massive land slide. >> wow. that whole rock is moving.
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>> watch the power line. power line. >> 14 tons of debris it slid on highway knocking out power block can access to elk city. the pileup of rocks, trees and debris are up to 40 feet deep. they will clean it up but no word on how long that will take. >> more than 7 decades after a death the family of a world war ii hero is getting his dog tag back. the fiearmy soldier fought on t island and served a sill seller star. the following year he was shot and killed by a japanese soldier. his dog tags will be returned to his family and likely a nephew who is named after him. >> review web site yelp, you
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won't believe how the company responded. >> fox business is here with the story. good morning. >> good morning ladies. a yelp employee fired hosting a letter saying quote balancing all sorts of debt and paying the life for himself and doesn't include crying in the bathtub every week. that worker said she could not afford food with the $733 by weekly salary. sparking the debate on-line about fair wages for millennials. facebook says social interaction they are making good on facebook's purchase of this two years ago. >> they are paying folks to live in their cities and looking to attract fresh new talent. the entire state of alaska pays residents to stay put. dead pool held the spot in the box office for the second week in a row earning $55 million
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>> new information about el cha chapo's capture. they delayed arresting him until after sean penn's interview. they had an opportunity to detain him in early october but they didn't want the actor to be caught in the crossfire. a drug lord's wife complaining about his treatment behind bars. she says i quofear home rufor h. we don't know if he is eating well or with a his situation is because we haven't even him. inl all human beings have the right to have the basic things they are not giving that to him. >> the women at the center of a p controversial rolling stone article is being ordered to appear in court. if you remember a 2014 article
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recounted a woman's gang rate at the university of virginia simply refers to her as jackie. shortly after her article was published her story was called into question after alleged she made up the stoery to impress a boy. jackie is scheduled to make a 7 hour deposition. >> more trouble for johnny football. reports say dallas police have surveillance video of johnny menzel the night he reportedly assaulted his girlfriend. no information sri leased as to what exactly is in that vehiclement. a judge did it to call lean crowley a protection order against him. a investigation to be included by next week. >> the jury selection a lawsuit involving sports reporter aaron andrews. she is suing a marriott for letting a man book a room next to her back in 2008 where he rigged peepholes and filmed her changing clothes.
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she wants $75 million. the man who filmed her served 30 months in prison. >> it is now time to brew on this. homework is just too much for some ivy leaguers. >> students at brown university say they are interfering with their protests. she lost weight and turned into anti-depressants. >> students started demonstrating to protest opinion columns defending the celebration of columbus day. deans are stepping in to help the exhausted students asking professors to extend deadlines on assignments. we want to know d what do you think? is it this fine or over the line? send this through e-mail or twitter. >> we will share them later on in the show. >> it is 25 after the hour.
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under one condition. that's what edward snowden wants before he will return to the u.s. >> more money more problems, apparently less money more problems for kanye west. why he is singing the blues yet again. want to get their hands on. if they could ever catch you.
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think of it as a seven seat for an action packed thriller. >> this is a fox news alert. an uber driver accused in a horrifying killing spree even took fares between slaughters. >> driving through medians, driving through the lawn, speeding along and finally once he came to a stop i jumped out of the car and ran away. >> lis now trying to unravel a motive as he faces a judge for the first time. >> with south carolina in their rearview mirror the presidential candidate sets their sites on nevada. >> need a cure for your monday
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morning blues? we one heather. it is national margarita day. "fox & friends first" continues right now. o >> margarita in the morning might be a little too early for that. welcome to "fox & friends first". >> i am heather childers. >> i am lia gabriel. we are back with a fox news alert. chaos in kalamazoo michigan, a deadly shooting spree leaving six dead and two hurts. >> the suspect is identified as an uber driver who took fares in between killings. kelly wright has the breaking details. >> good morning to you. one resident described these shootings as a senseless act of violence. they are stunned and grieving after six-hours of terror. on sunday night including michigan's lieutenant governor attended a prayer vigil to
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remember the victims. six people died saturday after uber driver jason dalton went on a random shooting rampage. dalton was taken into custody sunday morning. he had no criminal record and worked as an uber driver. he's accused of shooting five people outside of a cracker barely restaurant then killing a father and son near a car dealership and a woman at an apartment complex. police say they don't know of any motive right now. a neighbor describes dalton as a normal guy. >> he listens to music, always banging, but never a concern that anything like this would happen from just living here for the last three years, i never seen any distress go on. >> during the day an uber passenger being driven by dalton said he began acting strange after a phone call. >> got maybe a mile from my house he got a telephone call and after that telephone call he
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started driving reallier radically. we were running stop signs driving through medians driving through the lawn, speeding along and then finally once he came to a stop i jumped out of the car . >> uber would not confirm if dalton was driving during those shootings. dalton is expected to be awayneed by multiple counts of first degree murder and attempted murder today. >> the gop candidates just days after the south carolina primary frontrunners are out in full force buying for both ahead of tomorrow's caucus. not all of them are in the silver state. alicia akuna is live with the details. good morning. >> good morning, lia. donald trump is coming to the silver state with a lot of
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confidence and leading with the delegate count. he told fox news sunday's chris wallace he could always be stopped. one that will not slow him is a darkroom. >> that is oech better. those lights are brutal. do they come from the dishonest press? don't turn them on. forget it. turn off the lights. turn off the lights. turn off the lights. that's the way we have to negotiate for our country. >> this is last night in atlanta at a rally. the protester managed to pull the plug on the lights the guy in charge of the lighting went for an ill timed bathroom break. marco rubio has an all out battle for the trump alternative. he convinced them and beyond if they should be the ones to attempt to a take down that seems to defy gravity.
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john kasich is skipping nevada all together going to states that make up super tuesday. >> we will be in mississippi, tennessee and think about what's coming. we have illinois, in the midwest to michigan. so we feel this is a long way to go. >> and heather, this could be risk why i because trump, rubio and cruz are stacking up their delegates which is what it is all about. >> heuer is. it is all about the numbers. candidates are gearing up for south carolina first in the south primary. kristin fisher is live with that angle. >> after a divisive win hillary clinton returned to frontrunner status. now she heads to south carolina a state where she is way ahead in the polls.
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it is run reason why she spends today and tomorrow fundraising in california. in poll after poll her biggest neglectties continue to be the honest and trust worthy numbers something she addressed on the sunday shows. listen. >> i think there's an underlying question that maybe is really in the back of people's minds. that is she in it for us or in it for herself? i am going to demonstrate that i i have always been the same person fighting for the same values fighting to make a real difference in people's lives. long before i was in elected office. >> sanders is already in south karolina according to an important democratic voting block in that state. african american voters actor danny glover was in south carolina. 5,000 people were there. sanders insisted his campaign is the campaign with all of the
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momentum. >> we have the moenl men tum not only in the democratic primary process if you look at national polls and you want a candidate who is going to defeat donald trump, you are looking at him. >> he will be in south carolina this morning then off to massachusetts this afternoon. that is the state sanders must carry on super tuesday which is one week from tomorrow. >> kristin fisher live for us. thank you. >> go to democrats right now. bernie sanders they preticket he will lose south carolina lana despite the fact that hillary clinton lost there eight years ago. >> bernie sanders says clinton needs to win by a land slide for it to have ap effect on the race. >> we are running against the most famous woman in the world. it will be easier for others and others it will be hard.
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how much does she win by? she needs to have a new hatch shir type win to be able to call this a victory. she can win by 20 points that will tell you something about what clinton is doing and the idea that this is a real race and the momentum on both sides. as it is now she is going to win it. the question is will it be enough? >> chamberlain said there is no question she is rooting on hillary but there's no question hillary will win. >> dangerous radioactive material is missing for more than four months but it has been found. it was stolen from a storage facility in iraq last november. it was owned by a hughes pan based company but they claim they are not responsible because they do not operate the bunger where the material was stolen frp. they were originally worried it could end up in the hands of isis and used in the hands of
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terrorists. an american kidnapped and held captive opening up about the fight for release which she says was without the help of the u.s. government. >> do something. you are the strongest country in the entire world. do something. they did nothing. what do i know about negotiating with these people. i don't have a clue. >> wine screen's wife claims secretary of state john kerry did nothing to free him from al qaeda activity. the terrorists wanted to swap him from prisoners. he was killed in 2016 in a u.s. drone strike on the afghanistan pakistan border. >> back at home it felt like spring. maybe it is on its way but brace yourself for a messy monday all around the country. you may sea some rain. >> maria molina tracking weather in the weather station. >> we are tracking wet weather
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across the country. one of the areas is across the southeastern u.s. out here we have a lot of moisture in place. we are going to see the storm system rolling through and it will bring areas of heavy rain already looking at steady rainfall across texas and parts of louisiana and also into arkansas early this morning. heads up. it will be an unsettled couple of days. we are looking at possibility of thunderstorms. some of those storms could produce severe weather. today we are looking at the risk primarily across portions of texas. across the western u.s. we have moisture as well. it will be spilling into parts of the rockies bringing in snow showers across that region and also parts of nevada. current temperatures across the nation not too bad early this morning. 40 new york city, 28 in chicago, meanwhile across parts of the southeastern u.s. and even across texas you are very mild early this morning. as we go into the afternoon we remain relatively warm across
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the u.s. and in the south. 40 in chicago and 34 degrees in minneapolis. let's head over to you. >> the time is 39 minutes after the hour. pope frances pushing to the death penalty. >> what would you do if your child came home and told you they were converting to islam? >> plus is your car spying on you? the dash board data drove that can keep tabs on customers. ♪ are you ready? are you ready? i mean, really ready? are you ready to open? ready to compete? ready to welcome? do you look buttoned up, prepared, professional? you've got to be ready. the floors, mats, spotless. the uniforms clean and crisp, ready to produce.
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penalty. thou shall not kill apply to the innocent and the guilty. it comes ahead of an international death penalty conference that starts today. let's keep talking this. what do you think of the pope's push to ban the death penalty. go to facebook page to keep the conversation going on after the show #keep talking. james comey, the director says their request to unlock syed farook's iphone doesn't have a deal they don't want to break the encryption. they are helping the fbi saying the request of privacy in millions are in jeopardy. victims of san bernardino attacks are going after the tech giant filing a legal brief. they have a right to know they were targeted by terrorists and why. they have until friday to formally respond in court. >> iwhile he has been hiding ou in russia edward snowden says
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he's willing to come back to the u.s. under one condition. he told a crowd ep wants a fair jury trial for leaking national security secrets back in 2013. if the former contractor does return he faces up to 30 years in prison. >> beyonce doesn't have some police unions on her side. they are joining others in boycotting her up coming tour and asking everyone else to do the same. beyonce's new video and super bowl performance are sending a dangerous anti police message. >> the union is urging officers not to volunteer to work security during the tour. beware before you get behind the wheel. your car could be spying on you. >> cheryl casone is here with what you need to know. >> good morning, ladies. it is not just iphones that contain a treasure trove of
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information that can be useful in investigations. car makers have been tracking consumers for quite siem and some instances sharing information. when americans buy a car they col next digital information such as crash data, driving history and diagnostic information related to the vehicle. car companies don't necessarily need permission from vehicle owners to share that data with law enforcement officials when that data is shared as quote reasonably necessary to comply with the lawful government requests, regulatory requirement, legal order or similar obligations. in fact, car companies will turn ore vehicle location information if asked to via a warrant or court order. his policies are already in place and have been for some time. general motors, toyota and honda and other big names privacy experts and lawmakers find there are widespread security gaps in vehicles across the u.s. there seems to be questions
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about how car companies use our data including what they are sharing with third parties. now this new focus on cars comes on the hills of the apple doj fight over the information contained on syed farook's iphone and apple's refusal to share that data. >> this will only add to the privacy security debate. thank you, cheryl. to find the fox business network log on to >> it is 10 minutes to the top of the hour. no pajamas no party. they are accused of banning kids from a cool parschool party. >> the elevator smack down everyone is talking about. the real story slapping a fan, shia labeouf in a fan. >> always good to see shia labeouf get his act together. >> the michigan shooting spree revolving around uber in kalamazoo michigan. local law enforcement drops a ball there.
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how did the suspect an uber driver pass a background check that is on-line. after a big win in south carolina and nevada is it bound to be a clinton, trump match up. also look at the rubio as they rule out rick harris in nevada. we have newt gingrich, randy savage and we have a book out about his remarkable gear. it is margarita day. please grind up some ice. at t. , we can help guide your retirement savings. for over 75 years, investors have relied on our disciplined approach to find long term value. so wherever your retirement journey takes you, we can help you reach your goals. call a t. rowe price retirement specialist or your advisor see how we can help make the most of your retirement savings. t. rowe price. invest with confidence.
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welcome back, everyone. parents are fired up after a bizarre homework assignment instructs their kids to write a letter to their parents explaining how they're
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converting to islam. the 12 and 13-year-old students were asked to write about their conversion including how they feel and hope their parents would accept the choice. the teacher at the school in the channel islands stressed it was a creative writing task to learned what they learned -- to explain what hay learned in religious studies. no pajamas, no party. that's what a principal in brooklyn told students who were not wearing pjs for a valentine's day party. school staff say the principal determined if kids were dressed appropriately to attend the three-hour bashore they had to have a $2 donation. several students were rejected and seen crying. the letter had been sent to parents two days before the party about the pajamas, but apparently that letter did not say it was mandatory. service dogs these days, several states considering a crackdown on people passing pets off as service animals. it follows several cases where people claim that their animals were there to help with disorders but were actually lying. people with service animals don't currently have to carry paperwork, but that could change
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with the new laws. people with real disabilities say the imposters make it harder for them to bring their service animals inside businesses because they do face more scrutiny. going viral this morning, polar bears meet and become instant best friends. this adorable video shows nissan welcoming newcomer noby to a wildlife park in the u.k. after sniffing around, the two start swimming, running, playing as if they had known each other their whole lives. >> looks like us, heather. >> yeah. i don't know if i'd swim around in the mud. >> no, not you. the time is 53 after the hour. ivy league students complaining their homework is getting in way of their activism. deans are even helping them write notes. just fine or over the line? your emails next. and kanye west's million-dollar debt getting a little bit deeper. why the "golddigger" singer is singing the blues yet again. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies.
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three minutes until the top of the hour. before you leave, here's what's happening -- the man accused of killing six and injuring two more during a shooting spree in kalamazoo, michigan, is being arraigned on murder charges. 45-year-old uber driver jason dalton allegedly opened fire at three different locations all while taking fares between the killings. his motive not yet known. bill cosby's wife camille
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set for deposition this morning to answer questions in the sexual lawsuit against her husband. last night she was denied an emergency motion to postpone. and the supreme court is back in session for the first time since justice antonin scalia's death. the eight remaining justices will hear oral arguments in two cases as we wait for the president to nominate a replacement for scalia. ♪ and it's time for "the good, the bad, and the ugly." first, the good. frozen or on the rocks? how about both. it is national margarita day. some places offering special deals to celebrate. on the border mexican grill, $2 margarita with chips and free salsa. next, the bad. shia labeouf slaps a fan in the face for art. >> nice -- >> he spent 24 hours inside an elevator as a social experiment. he was interacting with students at oxford. one guy wanted a punch in the
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face for has own performance art. he and la behalf settled on a slap. finally, the ugly. more money, more trouble for kanye west. the parking police caught up with him in l.a. yesterday leaving him a ticket on his range rover. it is time for your "brew on this" response. is homework too much for some ivy leaguers? >> students at brown university claim classes are interfering with their activism. they say they are suffering from emotional stress and poor grades after months of protesting. >> deans at the university are step information to help the exhausted students, asking professors to extend deadlines on assignments. we asked, just fine or over the line? >> debra on facebook says, boo hoo, many students have to work almost full-time hours to stay enrolled and work. >> another, spoiled brats. there are people who would love the opportunity to earn a degree at an ivy league school. >> carol says, by all means get
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rid of homework so we can continue to dumb down our children. activism is what matters. >> most of you seem to agree. >> homework is hard, but you got do it. >> have a great day. "fox & friends" starts now. see you tomorrow. >> bye. hi, friends. good morning. today is monday, 22nd of february, i'm anna kooiman. he took fares in the middle of ailing spree. shocking details about the uber driver accused wiof killing peoe at random. one person ran for his life before the rampage. >> running stop signs, driving through medians, driving through the lawn. i jumped out and ran away. >> live in kalamazoo as police try to unravel a motive. then, donald trump still basking in the south carolina victory. he says this is just the beginning. >> we're just going one after another are. we going win


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