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>> stick around. laura with the fox report. airports in the country brayings for a nightmare summer season as security lines grow and one major airport threatens to dump the tsa. >> this is the fox report. passengers forced to wait in a line for hanhour and causing airlines to hold planes at the gate. as the tsa cuts back on screeners and tightens the procedures. they are working to make the process to go more quickly. this was the scene in the phoenix international airport after the tsa baggage screening
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system crashed. the computers are back up and running and the 3000 missed their flights onned this. and the city is considering a switch to a private contractor. >> everyone is frustrated and that is particularly the passengers. >> airlines predict a record number of people flying. what is done to make travel easier for us all? >> reporter: good afternoon. the tsan is trying to cut down on the long lines snaking across the airports. it depends on who you ask for if it will work. the federal government has a plan to allocate 34 million for tsa. and adding 766 screeners and boosting overtime and hiring
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employees and using bomb sniffing jobs. he does admit wait times will not desappear altogether. >> we have developed an aggressive plan to deal with it and provide continued aviation security for the american people. our task, is to keep passengers moving, but to also and most importantly, keep passengers safe. in this, we cannot and we will not compromise the security of aviation. >> reporter: what can you do it? you can sewn up the procheck program. and tsa has appap to tell you how long the wait times are.
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t two senators and proseesal. that the airline antidrive check them free. now far they aren't signed off on to vpt you can get a coupe or stayed in a line to look on the for your continue >> how many airports have been with kristcompanies. joshings 42 has gone to private surt. and the biggest is san francisco brl and kansas city international. they have gone proved but still have to met mitt guyed pines. phoenix would be the second largest afrpt to go to private security. some of those passengers, throw
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days later have not received their bags. there is atlanta that are threatening as well. and to go to private certificate circuit. >> thank you that are that report. >> and 40 were hurt after a charter bus flipped over in texas. it was carrying passengers to a casino. and we'll keep you post ped as the story develops. >> fox news it america's headquarters. thousands of deciding the delegates. some were chosen in the nevada caucus. saand sanders by the way is campaigning in kentucky who holds the primary next week.
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>> wing -- on states trump performed well, but haven't gone republican since ron reagan. trump is off of the trail and getting a break but drama in the party isn't. and anti- trump republicans are exploreing a third party run to derail a trump victory. kristin fisher is live. christian, what is the clinton campaign saying about trump today? >> reporter: they are trying to maximize. it is no one's business what his tracks rate is. they tweeted. why hasn't donald trump released
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the tax returns and he is out of excuses. and this morning, an adasks voters what is trump hiding. the clinton campaign is trying to hammer it that he has not released his tax returns. >> if crocked hillary clinton can't close the deal on bernie, how does she take control of isis. and each if he takes the nomination on wednesday night. it is impocket to be with hillary clinton. next tuesday is an important election. we have to do well in the remaining eight states including kentucky in order to win the
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pledged delegates that secretary clinton has. >> reporter: oregon was supposed to be an easy win and now sanders can take it. and so the script has flipped. we should know that anything can happen in 2016. >> it has been fascinating to watch. anti- trump republicans are still exploring a third party run? >> even the republicans involved in this effort concede it is a long shot. some of the names are senator staff in nebraska and senator tom corban. and now 70 members of congress is now supporting trump. he is waiting for the all- important endorsement from paul
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ryan. >> there will be more delegates added today. can't miss television this today. megyn kelly sitting down with donald trump for the first time since that republican presidential debate. here is some of it. >> you didn't feel the moderators had been nice. do you think it is the journalist role to be nice. >> fair. i don't care if they are nice. >> you used the word noise. >> no, i might have seen they were not nice. >> it is not a cocktail party. >> the certain way, you did me a favor. in thought if i can get through that debate you can get through anything. >> it airs again this tuesday.
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multiple fires raging in the u.s. and canada. we begin in washington state. crews battling two wildfires there. scorching more than 300 acre of federal land near gold bar. and the second burning more than 130 acres near the town of also. a logging operation is suspected
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of starting the flames. both are under investigation. in canada, a massive wildfires spaining 930 square miles continues to burn in alberta. the government is committed to helping them recover. >> there will be significant federals monies invested in the community. we are beginning to understand the scale and scope of the problem. and the federal government will have alberta's back in the coming months and years. 88000 people were forced to evacuate. more than 2000 structures destroyed and the wildfires is expected to burn a few more weeks. the house set to take up a zika virus funding bill. it would free up more than a billion to help states prepare
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for mosquito season. the risk for zika virus could increase. it is linked to serious side affects in newborn abouts. abbae explains. >> reporter: with summer weeks away. that means muggy and warmer temperatures and more mosquitoeses and has a lot of people thinking about the zika virus. and cities and counties are trying to get ahead of it including new jersey. 10000 fish, about the size of gold fish were released in the lakes and ponds. they were mosquito foish and once they are relieved. they feed on larvae and what is attractive, fish are environmentally friendly than chemical options.
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>> it is a clean way. the fish eat the larvae. and we are increasing surveillance of the mosquito areas and deploying our personnel to make sure we are are did feteing them. >> this is one preventative step and not the first time new jersey has done that. the new jersey environmental of protection used them to combat the west nile virus. >> it is more important we can see the effects that is happening on human life the. >> some are giving out fro the mosquito eating fish. there are however, every case has been rflaffected by them.
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>> and we are getting an idea of how much the european refugee crisis will cost germany. the german government will shell out 106 billion on refugees in five years. that is going to go to recover housing and medical care and language lessons. more than a million migrants poured in germany. that also sparked an anti- immigrant movement. nshoplifting cases in one state are optedly on the ways. plus, the bathroom te at the time .
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church, what was the role of female deacons and did they do the same as the males and rituals used in naming them deckons. >> the role of deacons was in the vatican council. usually they are single men that could be priest. or married men. they can't say mass. pope francis pred tessor and benedict 16th rejected the issue. it is unlikely it will open to women. >> the pope doesn't want to clericalize women. but that is a role of service. he wants to advance them and not make them clerics. pope francis has had a greater gain in appointing women in the church. but it is unclear who will serve in the commission or choose the
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participants. lauren green, fox news. >> i am laura ingle in for julie banderas. it is it the bottom of the hour. we learn of a possible never trump plan from bernie sanders team. and right now, sanders said he's working to pull off the political upset for the ages. but with eight states and washington d.c. left on the calendar, he trails hillary clinton. mike emmanuel has more from washington. >> reporter: in north dakota, bernie sanders told supporters he needs their help to pull off the shocking upset. >> it is a deep climb, but we have a chance to end the democratic nominee process. and okay. >> pressure is building on sanders to step aside. for example, diane feinstein
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told reporters that sanders and clinton. it is it harmful, because she can't make the pivot and trump made the pivot and going at her. new york democratic congressman. i hope he understands that we need to consolidate sooner than later. and in patterson, new jersey. bill clinton slammed sanders and trump and praised his wife. >> she's the only candidate left in the race primary or general that has a record of getting things done with memberses of the other party. >> hillary clinton and sanders are heading for a show down in kepd kenned. clinton is heading there to drive the african-american turn out. and sanders is expected to launch a two-day swing in the blue grass state and hoping to put pressure on party insiders. >> it is is it true we can beat
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mr. trump and we think it is it the strongest campaign. >> we'll be talking to the super delegates that went on board secretary clinton before i was in the campaign. they are working on a plan b if a political miracle doesn't happen. they the want to build an independent organization focused on defeating trump. it best speaks to base and message and it might be to mobilize voters under 30 with impacts on senate and congressional races. >> that is mike emmanuel reporting. and a spokesman for the sanders' campaign, he is still campaigning to win the nomination. >> isis claiming responsibility for an attack on civilians. the increased attacks and
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renewing public outcry over the government security measures. john has more from jerusalem. >> reporter: laura, this is the bloodiest week so far in baghdad. isis has killed more than 100 people. it started wednesday, with twin suicide bombings in a police station. they had machine guns and explosives and three police officers were killed. >> thursday, a car bomb in a crowded market and killing 68 people and a few more blasts at police checkpoints killed more than 30 people p. and the violence didn't stop. there friday, 12 people were killed when a gunman attacked a cafe where fans of the soccer team had gathered. this man was there and described the gunman spraying the cafe
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with machine gunfire and the floor was covered are pools of blood. >> iraqi security forces say at least 14 suicide bombers attacked a residential and governmental complex just outside of baghdad, and killed six people there. and fallujah, five police officers were killed after suicide bombings there. and isis snipers are targeting innocent citizens in fallujah trying to escape the war- torn city. laura. >> and a terrifying train crash and the action that may have saved lives. our top story as we go around the world in 80 seconds poland, train driver credited for saving lives. he ran through the rain cars
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warning passengers to brace themselves. it is it likely the reason that no one sustained any serious injuries. than and all thanks to the help of strangers as they welcome millions of migrants. god fathers for refugees is working to help families recob're connect. it has helped over 100 syrian families. ukraine, a multimillion discover. more than a dozen paintings worth more than 18 million usd. they had been missing since they were stolen from a museum last year. no word on why they were left in the words and stolen. morocco. the ancient city of fez. hosting the music bonanza and focusing on the theme of women founder and celebrating women
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>> the 2016 summer olympics torch continuing its tour through brazil. hundreds of people cheered as it arrived. children waved balloons and a drum line helped to welcome the runners. officials lit the torch last month in athens, greece and now it will travel over throw hundred series on the way to rio for the summer games. russian officials are responding to a accusation of a doping scandal and reports that the director of the aspect- doping lash laboratory helped medallist used ban substances. they are retesting the samples.
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for comment attor i am joined by jim gray. >> reporter: the ideas of the olympics and sports. a peaceful competition where the youth of the world can display the best athletics can offer. the the corruption of russia through the doping of their olympians threaten the institution and games themselves. cheating and doping is not new. it is not confined to russia it is just worse there and now it is certain to have wide- ranging affects and reverbations. if the public doesn't believe the games are real and drugs in the usage in the eastern block countries, no one will believe
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the results. if they are nothing more than who has the best chemistry, why would you want to invest your time and energy and money and watch something ta is fixed. and why would the athletes that sacrificed so much and knowing that those in competition are not playing by the rules and diminishing the chance they have to be successful. >> if concussions and, they find other sports to play. if parents don't think there is a fair shake, they will place their kids in other activities. this doping scandal will threaten to takedown an institution that long had stability. and survived politics and political corruption and bribes and paves and financial
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deficits. and the recent revelations by the new york times, 60 minutes and otherses shows that what went on in russia is despicable. and robs the world for the open and fair competition. genuine anger felt by those who dedicate their lives to the movement and the athletes, it is it heart breaking. going forward, who can be trusted? ioc? world antidoping agency. nation, trainers and coaches and athletes or officials, any of them? not really. they have lost the faith and trust that is needed. the international olympics committee and doping agency must change and reform. cheaters will be be a step ahead. if they don't find a way to stop
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corruption, people will stop caring and when the emotional distachment happens. russia should be banned from the games. and as for rio, the doping scandal and combined with the fact that the games for brazil. and has government scandal and zika sdreers. and water connamitation. and budget problemses and all demonstrates that the games have the full potential of unravelling the entire olympics ideal. >> i have been a part of the olympics. they have given us the best of the best. from a li to owens and nadia and felt. and dream time nothing better than the opening ceremony and lighting of the torch. and every time before the games
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begin, there are worries about issues and terrorism and usually they go away. but nothing in the lead up of these games gives us an indication that it is subsigns. >> hope is not a strategy f. there isny real, workable and enforceable be way to combat ills, soon. just like the performances of games gone by. the olympics will be be a memory, a memory of what once was and a regret of what could have been. >> jim gray, thank you. >> paul bennett laid to rest. and the former senator died this month from complications of pancreatic cancer and a stroke. he served three terms in the senate and had a reputation of
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a republican that got things done in the senate. and he was one of the first incumbent booted out in a rise of tea party anger. he was 82 years old. >> and a hiker are hanging on the side of the cliff. it is it our top story. as we go across america. california, a woman clinging to rocks. 200 feet down the side of a cliff. it happened on griffith park in los angeles. rescue crews, strapped her to a harnest and guided her down safely. she was not hurt. >> texas, crews imploding the stadium in waco. city officials say they plan to sell the property to revive the
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neighborhood. >> back in california, a package thief caught in the fact through a cell phone video shot by a homeowner. apparently stealing packages off of his doorstep. he threatens to call the police. they got multiple tips after posting the video to facebook. she faces a felony grand larceny charge. and in florida. miami beach police dancing away. and getting the fire department to join me. but the city of miami police department. challenging hampothers and even president obama. and that's the fox watch in america. >> donations are pouring in for a rescue dog that risks its life to protect a little girl. >> and he loves me really much
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mostly it's to make people smile. as crazy as things are today, everybody needs a smile and happiness in their life. >> a north carolina man is sharing his love for ghost busters. justin barker decorated his ford taurus to look like the car from the hit film. he used an old propane tank and a mop bucket. parker says this is his first ever car that he's owned and he's pretty proud of it. understandably so. we're proud of this. this is the best news of the night. breaking news in fact. the saturday fox report family is pleased to announce a new addition. anchor julie banderas gave birth to a healthy baby boy. meet andrew harrison sanzone who
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ways 7 pounds 9 ounces named after his father andrew, but ha. look at that hair. how sweet. he has two older sisters, addison and avery. we are told they love having a baby brother and both mama and baby are doing very well. that is how fox reports this saturday. may 14, 2016. i'm laura engel in for julie. i hope you'll follow me on twitter. "watters world" with jesse watters starts right now. ♪ [ playing the national anthem ]
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hi, friends. good morning, it's sunday, the 15th of may, 2016. horror on the highway when a charter bus flips over, killing eight people on board and injuring more than 40 others. the dramatic details and the new video coming in. and then "the new york times" goes after donald trump with a hit piece about the ladies and the rest of the media pounce. think they'll do the same for bill and hillary clinton? don't hold your breath. and a charity group that helps homeless veterans is being pushed out for obama's future pres


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