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>> good morning everyone. i am patly ann brown. >> i am heather cheryleds. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". we start with a live look inside saint peters basilica. a historic day is underway. the 115 cardinals who will elect a new pope are starting mass. >> they will file into the sistine chapel for the start of the conclave. craig boswell is live in rome with the latest details. >> good morning to you. the college of cardinals for the election of a pope is underway.
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this event is open to the public. we have the live pictures there that we have up. it is one of the last public events for the 115 cardinals who will eventually make one of the largest decisions the biggest decisions certainly in their lives in about an hour and a half from now as you mentioned we will see the procession into the sis seen chapel. as for the visual pag gentry that is the last time we will see the cardinals until they make a decision. we take in these pictures we listen to some of this as the history begins to unfold today as the conclave gets underway. let me show you something else. a little bit earlier today we have one of the final glimpse as they were leaving the north american college they were packed and ready going to the
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living quarters until a decision is made. we saw video of the white robes that the new pope once selected will wear as the one person who is chosen he will have an hour to apeerp on the balcony at saint peters square. >> craig boswell live for us in rome. >> it is time for your 5@5:30. we start with another fox news alert. five u.s. service members killed in a helicopter crash in southern afghanistan. at this hour authorities are investigating initial reports that show no enemy activity at the time of the crash. the back hawk went down in kandahar. it happened hours after forces were gunned down.
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>> james holmes will make a plea this morning f. he pleas guilty by reason of insanity he may be given a truth serum. he injure killed people inside of a movie theater. >> we are learning more about an suv in a horrific crash that killed 6 ohio teenagers. it was stolen. the owner filed a report yesterday. however it is unclear if he knew any of the victims. dozens of people gathered for a prayer service in warren to remember the victims 18 speeding home from a party sunday when the driver lost control and landed in a pond. a 15-year-old brian henry and another boy were the only ones to survive. >> we hit the rail i got knocked unconscious it was upside down. i hit my head on the dash board
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i flew to the back where everybody was at. the water was so cold it woke me back up. >> he had to smash a window to escape the car. he and a friend ran to a nearby home for help. >> remember last month we told you about an owe bap ma supporter -- obama supporter. >> not just twice, six times. she is facing 8 counts of voter fraud. an indictment says she voted at least 6 times last november and voted illegally in 2008 and 2011. she voted absentee ballot and in person. joseph deert says the charges show how rimportant every vote is. >> what do you think about this? michael bloomberg vow to go fight back after a judge struck
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down his large soda van one day before it was set to take effect. the state supreme court judge ruled the ban is unfair because there were too many loopholes. it would van the sale of sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces but doesn't apply to milk shakes or coffee drinks. bloomberg says he believes the ban is reasonable. >> we are going to appeal. we believe the judge's decision was clearly in error. people are dying every day. this is not a joke. this is about real lives. the judge ruled they didn't have the right to make regulations. >> the people's house is still closed and president obama is blaming sequestration. there are $67 billion that could have been cut first to keep the
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white house open. a brand new report from the house over site committee shows the nonpartisan inspectors general made 67 billion in agency recommendations last year that remain unimplemented. that's up nearly $12 billion from 2011. how many recommendations last year? nearly 17,000. many of the recommendations involved ways to improve it security, to fight cyber chat and ineligible payments to be made. there are inspector general openings including the state department and web security. the agencies represent more than 25 percent of president obama's 2013 budget. >> that is what florida senator marco rubio is talking about this morning. responding to the move by the administration to close the white house for tours saying there were other areas other ways it could have been cut and
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this is just for publicity. >> this sequester they are going to look for the most painful cuts from a publicity perspective in order to drive home the point this is a bad idea. there are going to be spending reductions ear here or there. i think people watching this program who have had reductions of 10, 15, 20 percent in the household budget some people lost everything. they would be shocked to hear a bunch of politicians belly aching about a 2, 3 percent reduction. people have seen massive reductions in their own home budgets and businesses and so forth. this is just the beginning. you are going to continue every single day. you are going to see the best known national parks close down airports being targeted. they are going to try to make this as painful as possible because they are trying to make a political point. >> rubio saying you have to lead by example and the president had others in public office should make cuts in their own regards. in just a few hours house budget chairman paul ryan will unveil his new budget plan.
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he calls it the path to prosperity. but it's already meeting opposition. kelly wright has details. good morning patti ann. paul ryan the chairman of the house committee says the budget process is washington is broken. house republicans will unveil a budget plan that ryan believes will change the course. in an op ed article in today's wall street journal ryan says it will reinvigorate the economy and reignite the american dream putting people back to work and earning higher wages. the path to get there is to cut spending and the uphill battle repeal obama care. the president has us on a path that brings us to a recession that gives us a european type of experience which we want people to avoid we want higher wages a growing
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economy. we get that by growing the budget. >> jay carney talked about the president's focus to work with congress now. >> our focus now is working with congress in regular order on the budget process, and through that process hopefully produce a bipartisan agreement on deficit reduction. >> as ryan writes in his op ed article isn't important how we found the budget it's why. a budget is a means to an end and the end isn't as neat and tied de spread sheet it's the well-being of all americans by giving families stability and protecting them from tax hikes. our budget will promote a healthier economy and help create jobs. to that and senate democrats will unveil their own budget plan tomorrow it seeks $1 trillion in new taxes and $1 trillion in spending cuts. the "washington post" writes
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about that saying the senate plan will not get any balance of the budget. that indicates both sides will have to find some compromise as they move forward to unlock this budget battle. >> kelly wright live in washington, thank you. >> it is time to brew on this. here's what we would like you to brew on today. we are talking about naps. apparent thily they aren't just foyfor kids any more. a growing number of companies are offering nap times for employees for adults one new jersey business has set up a nap room for workers to take a time-out. they say it's a good idea. they say fatigue is an epidemic and it is weighingworker's health and productivity. >> that brings us to today's brew on this question is nap time at work good or bad for business. you can tweet us at fox friends first or e-mail
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>> 14 after the hour. here's what you missed kwhiwhilu were slaeping. they remember two crew members killed in a training accident. the u.s. navy says the prowler crashed in a remote area 50 miles from spokane. the wing man reported no para
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chutes deployed during the crash. could parties have a motive in the oscar pistorius murder case. reeva steenkamp met her ex-boyfriend two-days before she was shot dead by pistorius. he says is he shot her thinking she was an intruder. his family is denying reports that the blade runner is on the verge of suicide. >> stories you can bank on this morning. 13 celebs, prominent politicians as well left over exposed after their personal finances are hacked and posted on-line. adam shapiro joins us with these details. we always get concerned when we hear about insurance accidents like this and if it can happen to us. >> people like mel gibson had his social security number posted on-line. hillary clinton, kim kardashian, vice president biden. it involves personal private financial data as well as
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personal photographs that kind of stuff. hackers got into their personal computers the stuff waudz posted to the web site that has sufficiesuffix that would take you to the fbi. there is a group a hacker group out of russia which is saying they are going to target bank accounts of average americans try to steal money before spring starts. this may not be the same thing. something to think about check your anti virus software on your computer change your pass word on your bank account. >> it is down now. >> no, it was not down. >> tuition prices and colleges. >> 201 to 2011 shot up 93 percent for public private institutions. wall street journal reporting
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private liberal arts colleges like in alma college. $2,500 back if you apply today. $2,500 towards research project or internship or even free classes if you should have to stay longer than the four years. apparently a lot of liberal arts colleges are doing this. the pool of graduates from high school is shrinking. we have fewer high school graduates than years ago. u.s. news & world report is out with the best top rated graduate schools in the country if you go to one of these kids are making 6 figures instead of the less pret teeing gis. stanford harvard number 1 and 2. wharton. these are the fine folks that brought us the financial collapse in 2008. >> if you can get a job in the first place. thank you so much adam shapiro. appreciate it.
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>> 17 after the top of the hour. spring is here you may have cleaned out your closet but did you clean out your wallet? vera gibbons gets the mop out and broom. plus battling smoke and flames to save a teen trapped inside a burning car. the rescue you have to see to believe. this bible changed the world. i'm kirk cameron, 400 years ago our forefathers risked their
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>> welcome back. it is 21 after the hour. five iranians are on trial because of their christian faith. they were arrested last year while at a secret prayer group.
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evangelizing and threatening national security. they are parts of the effort to stop the spread of christianity. michael vick closing the book on the book tour because of threats. threats reportedly against vic for running a dog fighting ring. we hear stories they were also threatened. the quarterback was scheduled to sign copies of an auto pie og fee in georgia, new jersey and pennsylvania. vic served 18 months in prison for the dog fighting ring. patti ann? >> heather, a lot can happen in a year. parps pile up, important documents go missing, your budget gets outdated so while you were spring cleaning why not clean up your finances while you are at it. here with tips is personal finance expert vera gibbons. >> i don't have my broom. sorry. step number one clean out your wallet. >> you have all sorts of stuff receipts business cards the whole nine yards. you can scan your receipts and business cards easy to store them and find them.
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paper iou's paper checks why not do away with those and do a social payment service. you can actually send money receive money from your bank accounts to any one you know your baby-sitter nanny family members friends. you need their cell phone number e-mail address simple as that no paper clutter. >> clean out your drawers. >> you may have gold, jewelry. 1600 an ounce. maybe get a little cash back in your pocket. you may have gift cards. the average household has 300 gift cards. you can redeem those go to flight like plastic jungle you can get 90 percent of the value or get tskip the middleman and ebay or craig's list. maybe it's a store you don't like. >> clean out your safe deposit
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box. >> americans are sitting on $16 billion that's 1-6 in unredeemed bonds. these are bonds that have expired no longer earning interest. a lot of times they are in safe deposit boxes. you may consider redeeming them. treasury dot g >> even if you can't find your paper savings bond if you have your social security number. >> you can see how much the bonds have grown. it's eye opening. >> you want to get it out of there because they are not earning interest any more. clean out your closet i.>> i did this this weekend. it's a good to him ime to unloa. this is the overall get rid of it. donate it to your favorite charity provide it in gently used good condition for the fair market value. >> tax deduction good way to go. >> clean out your filing cabinet. >> you mentioned we get bogged down with paperwork tax time the
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dreaded time. go through there and toss things like your atm receipts your old bank statements providing monthly statements. old checks. canceled checks. old check registers providing you don't need them for tax purposes and things like tax documents keep them 3-7 years marriage birth certificates social security cards. there's a lot of stuff sitting in your file cabinets you can toss, sled do away with and start the season the right way. >> vera gibbons thanks as always. >> 25 after the hour. still to come frightening new video from the horrific drive-by shooting in dc. the men are still at large. police are hoping this video will help lead to their apresident owe boom ma wants to raise your taxes maybe he should look into his own office first. staffers owe the irs six figures or more in unpaid taxes. first this day in history in 1912 the girl scouts of the usa
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was founded. so let's break down this play. charles? uh, charles couldn't make it. his single miles card blacked him out here and here. he should have used... the capital one venture card. he's coming to us from home. hey fellas... hey baby, you want mama to iron your undies? nice tightie whities. i didn't know mrs. barkley made quilts. really? looks like a circus tent. is that the best you got? now if you put this, with this,
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you have a sailboat. what's in your wallet?
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>> good morning. you are watching "fox & friends first". >> it is 29 after the hour. let's take a live look inside sai
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saint peters basilica. they are attending mass before they enter the sistine chapel and begin the conclave. >> we are live outside saint peters square with more. good morning, lauren. >> good morning heather and patti ann. the cardinals begin the formal ritual of the conclave which begins with the mass. (speaking italian) it is the mass for the election of the new pope. it will last a couple of hours. it is open to the public. they will be reading from the old and new testament as well as from the gospels. interesting second reading talking about the christ himself the apostle the teacher. it is a mass it is a scripture to guide the cardinals to choose the person best suited to lead the church. today the american cardinals left the north american cardinals where they have been staying during the general
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congregation meeting. they left this morning to move into the residence where they will stay for the duration of the conclave. this will be their sec stqueste residence. the cardinals will be transferred from that residence to the papal palace. they move in procession while s going to the sistine chapel. at 4:45 p.m. rome time all those not having anything to do with the conclave leave the sistine chapel with masters of ceremonies extra omnus all out the great door will be locked to outsiders. they are not obligated to go tonight but if they do they will have just one vote. >> after wards they will be sewn
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together chemicals added to make it white or black. black means voted inconclusive white means they have a new pope. if there is no new pope it will continue two in tomorrow too morning two in the afternoon. >> five days of preparations before we have gotten to this point. thank you very much lauren green reporting live for us. appreciate it. >> we start with a fox news alert. five u.s. service members were killed in a helicopter crash in southern afghanistan. authorities are investigating. no enemy activity at the time of the crash. the blackhawk was down. two operation forces were gunned down in an insider attack. >> washington, d.c. police were releasing brand new surveillance
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in a drive by shooting in an attempt to identify the suspects in two-cars 13 people including a 17-year-old were hurt. they may have stemmed in an altercation that happened in a nearby nightclub. the house is closed president obama is blaming sequestration there is $67 billion that could have been cut to keep it open. a now report shows they made 67 billion in agency recommendations last year that remain unimplemented. many of the recommendations involve it security and improving over site for payment. marco rubio was on "hannity" to talk about the cuts. >> the sequester they are going to look at the most painful cuts for publicity in order to drive home the point this is a bad idea. people watching the program who had reductions of 10, 15, 20 percent some people lost everything. i think they would be shock to
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do hear a bunch of politicians belly aching over a 2-3 percent reduction across the board on spending. >> they have 17,000 recommendations still open. >> an iowa police officer goes beyond the call of duty and risked his own life to save a man from a burning vehicle. look at this. zach mcdowell. he had report of a car fire. he was doing doughnuts sishlging around in a parking lot when he crashed into the building's ac unit. officer mcdowell says accident think twice to go in and get the guy out. >> i can't even tell you what i was thinking at the time other than it's not good to be breathing all of this stuff. got to try to get him out of there as quick as we can. nobody can last that long in that much smoke. >> officer mcdowell no stranger to being a a hero. he served three tours overseas
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before joining the police force. >> marriage made in military heaven. they are taking their commitment to the u.s. army. 19-year-old sidney james rash juries enlisted together and thanks to the married army couple's program the two get to go through the experience without spending too much time apart. sidney leaves for boot camp james goes in july and the army will do what they can to get them stationed together. >> could it be your past or our past to prosperity. congressman paul ryan says yes in just a few hours the house budget committee chairman will release the new budget proposal. we are live in washington with a preview. >> the budget battle lines are about to get much more distinct as wall ryan goes over his plan. the ryan budget plan is really a ten- year projection that actually promises to balance the
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budget over the course of those ten years without raising taxes. that is admittedly a tall order ryan said but in part achieves that goal by eliminating a big driver of federal fendispending the last decade. >> all of that money taken from medicare was to pay for obama care. we say we get rid of obama care we end the raid and apply those savings to medicare to make medicare insolvent and extend the solvency of the medicare trust fund. >> the white house will look at that aspect. the administration struggled to explain when the president will submit it's own budget plan that is supposed to come back in the middle of february. >> i don't have a date for you. it seems worked on it is watching congress for budget proposals it will be put forward in both houses.
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>> beyond the ryan plan senate democrats will come up with their own plan. one thing to keep in mind a lot of gnashing of teeth over this. the ryan plan is washington style austerity. he seeks to slow down the growth of government. government spending will grow each and every year. >> time now to entertain this. kelly osbourne waking up at home after getting released from the hospital. the 28-year-old had a seizure last thursday and spent several days under going tests. doctors said she suffered a one-time episode. daytime drama's all my children and one life to live will soon be reborn on-line after getting the ax a little more than a year ago. both soaps are set to premiere on hulu on april 29th. emotional farewell to dallas to
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the iconic j.r. ewing. they killed off the character after larry hagman passed away from cancer. >> they caught up with linda gray who remembers the man she spent so many years working with. >> he passed doing what he absolutely loved to do. what can be better than that. he loved being j.r. ewing. he just adored it. that was a gift. it was a gift for himself. it was a gift for us. >> linda gray says larry hagman was her best friend. >> she looks so beautiful exactly the same. >> your starting lineup top sports stories this morning. free agency kicks off today for the nfl. the team switching ten hours from now. linebacker paul fruger and mike wallace are the biggest names out there right now. >> redskins quarterback robert griffin the third is recovering from knee surgery.
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coach mike shanahan says rg3's muscles are stronger than expected. a gatorade bath gone horribly wrong. the coach hitting the floor after his team won the regional title game, but he wasn't injured. >> it could have been worse. it could have been worse. >> not injured. 39 after the top of the hour no sugar rush for the mayor after the mayor blocked the soda ban. the mayor is not giving up yet. we will have a life report. >> tax dollars pay their salaries why do dozens of federal workers owe 3w4r8 dollars in unpaid taxes. details next. nsitive issue. but take comfort. it may not be you; it may be your razor. upgrade to gillette fusion proglide. micro-thin blades are thinner than a surgeon's scalpel to put less stress on your skin
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>> hot off the grill because of
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obama care. you can expect to pay more at a burger joint. favorite of obama five guys says it will have to raise prices on the famous food to cover the added cost of the new law. >> there could be a major break through in the treatment of alzheimer's. a blood test that could detect those with the debilitating disease much sooner than ever before. it is still in the starting stages. >> it is tax season for the most miserable time of the year. it includes federal employees. some of them still haven't paid up from last year. they have racked up billions in unpaid taxes that includes dozens of employees since president obama's executive office. diane macedo has the numbers. the federal employee retiree delinquency initiative says federal workers are on the hook for more than 3.5 billion in unpaid 2011 taxes and nearly 3
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percent increase from the year before. in total the report says 312,000 federal employees still owe uncle sam their due for 2011 a more than 11 percent jump in 2010. some departments are worse than others. u.s. postal service oh by far the most with outstanding tax debt of more than $215 million as much as much as the army navy and air force combined. they come in 3rd, 4th and 5th place respectively. the department of defense owes another roughly 49 minutes health and human -- 49 million. the department of agriculture and social security administration round out the top 10 with more than 22 million owed. congressional staffers have another 10.8 million in tax debt while 40 million delinquent employees the president's office oh more than 30,000. the government accountability office which investigating how
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the federal government owes money until 112 million in unpaid taxes. the irs says as of september 2011 the delinquency rate of the general public was 2.5 times higher than federal employees. not sure if it is supposed to make us feel better or worse. it's department the treasury owes more than 9 million in unpaid employee taxes. patti ann. >> diane mass can heed doe. >> -- diane macedo, thanks. >> won't go down without a fight. michael bloomberg promising to appeal a judge 's decision striking down his large soda ban. we are live at lucky's cafe in new york city where the owners still plan on enforcing the ban. is that right? >> they are one of the few places saying we are going with it anyway despite the ruling.
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in new york city it is a hot button issue. you can have your large drink whatever you want and the mayor can't tell you how large your cup can be. he called it capricious, arbitrary, nonsense cal. the mayor banning all cups over 16 ounces if it had a certain amount of sugar in it. there were so many loopholes and mayor bloomberg's new law it basically defeated the purpose of the law to begin with. the mayor is fighting back vowing to appeal even despite the fact thmany businesss are saying this would really hurt our bottom line. take a listen. >> if you know what you are doing even if it did we are
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talking lives verses profit. >> line one goes to beverage association to oppose this law. we will wait and see if there is round two. that is the latest manhattan this morning. send it back to you in the studio. >> or head back down to the 711 and get one. >> thanks. the time 47 after the hour. still ahead do you struggle to get out the door after watching fox and friends first we have products that could help you get out the door faster this morning. there he is to see what's happening on fox and friends. >> i can't wait to tell you it's the first time i have been in work. budget mania, the house says take a look at this paul ryan. the senate says we are about to get our budget up. they come together with one big agreement. the offensive continues with the president he makes three trips to capitol hill this week. what's he really up to? ben carson live from johns
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>> 9 minutes to the top of the hour. let's look at the good the bad the ugly. hee make a human chain to save a boy who was swept out to say during rough hours. >> next a bad a hooters ball girl fair play during a spring training game during the rays and phillies. she picked up what she thought was a powell ball and gave it to a kid. >> finally the ugly. the punisher for taking vengeance on russian's bad drivers.
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>> whatever cuts this bus driver off whenever someone cuts him off he slams into a vehicle and records it all on his dash board cam. he claims neither passengers another employers have claimed because no one has gotten seriously hurt. >> do you always feel like this do you not have time in the morning or you are always rush to go get out the door. i think all of us are. joining us is editor at large has ways to save us some time in the morning. we can all use these tips. >> we are all rushed in the morning. you can still look amazing whether you are a woman or a man. >> let's begin with tips for women. takes a long time to wash your hair. >> so long. sometimes it's not good for you. i love a great dry shampoo this one from suave professionals. it has carotins. >> if you are a little oilily in
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