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>> that's the theme of the week, hot weather. thank you so much for starting your day with us today. it is the top story. rolling stone magazine ignite ago firestorm of protests. a rock star cover shot of the accused boston bomber. the magazine defends its decision. major retailers are refusing to sell the issue. lauren green has been following the backlash. she joins us now with the latest. >> good morning patti ann and heather. many say it is a slap in the face. an accused murderer charged with a deadly terror attack now getting rock star treatment from rolling stone. they defended the decision to feature dzhokhar tsarnaev. >> the cover story falls within the journalism and rolling stone long standing coverage of the
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political issues of today. the fact that he is young and in the same age group of many of our readers makes it important for us to examine the complexities of an issue and gain a more complete understanding of how a tragedy like this happens. the boston mayor says it sends a terrible message. >> total disgrace for rolling stone. the survivors and first responders why are we glorifying a guy in the city of boston. >> the cover is out of taste i think. >> meantime more major retarryls are refusing to sell copies of the controversial issue which goes on sale tomorrow. nine companies are boycotting the cover they include walgreens, cvs, rite aid, kmart, shop and stop and shaws star
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market. tons of comments continue to pour in on facebook. >> an alternate injure or in the george zimmerman trial speaks out. >> i think the things that i felt when i was doigiving my tw bones is the phone call did pick up on some things with rachel can tell's testimony with trayvon martin's phone records. >> he spoke with our fox affiliate in world doe the injure or saying he agrees with the not guilty varied and the mo -- not guilty verdict. he was one of four alternate jurors. >> a massive explosion rocked the fireworks store. this happened in indiana. fireworks shooting into the air and tons of black smoke surrounding the building.
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at this hour there are no reports of any injuries. police are still investigating the cause. >> just a few hours from now the texas governor rick perry will sign a new law into effect banning abortion after the 20th week of pregnancy. pushing through the tough restrictions despite the fierce objections of a whole lot of democrats there. texas will join 12 other states that passed bans on abortion after 20 weeks. patti ann? >> for the 38th time the republican controlled house has taken a stand against obama care. this time voting to delay key parts of the healthcare law despite the fact that the move will likely not pass in the senate. peter doocy is live with more on this for us. good morning, peter. >> good morning patti ann. the reason they helped is the administration already this month already delayed penalties
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for businesses with more than 50 employees that don't provide all of the workers with health insurance. republicans don't think it's fair for individuals to be treated differently than businesses. they voted overwhelmingly 264 to 161 to delay the employer mandate and 251 to 174 to delay the individual mandate. >> if the government postpones it shouldn't it be postponed for families and individuals as well? while the white house continues to suggest obama care will be ready on october 1st the delays and employer mandates calls that into question. >> the white house is standing firm arguing the house's measure to delay the implementation of that individual mandate to keep health insurance premiums higher and longer. the delay for individuals would
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endanger americans with preexisting conditions. >> congress passed a law. the president signed a law. the supreme court upheld the law and we are about the business of implementing the law and making sure it provide the benefits that they deserve. >> jay carney's boss president obama will speak about the healthcare bilah today at half past 11. >> peter doocy, live in washington, thank you. house republicans will step up their pressure and also the targeting of conservatives. elizabeth hofe maker will testify. lois lerner the head of the tax exempt office calling it abuse calling it a nuclear strike on us. president obama appointed chief council to the irs was also
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involved with this. >> the white house keeps saying they weren't involved in this. the irs keep saying it was low level officials. now we have the appointment chief irs that changes the dynamic specifically it changes our litigation as well. >> republicans are trying to cherry pick the information to politicize the issue. let's talk about the weather. >> we have another extreme weather alert the heat wave bringing the hottest temperatures in the summer to much of the nation yesterday. there has been plenty of competition for that. we have two more days of sweltering conditions before it gets better. >> few more days. let's ask about the unbearable forecast. >> is it going to get better soon? >> coming up this weekend we have cool air moving southward. until then we are expecting more hot temperatures. i want to show you what we saw through several cities. new york city, boston we were in
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the middle to upper 9 0z. 94 degrees was the high temperature. then you had to add in the humidity. take a look at some of the heat index numbers it felt like 105 degrees during the afternoon hours during the city of detroit. factor in with the hot temperatures it makes it unbearable. without it being properly hydrated. extended forecast out here for new york city. by saturday, sunday we are talking low 90s or even upper 80s. monday, tuesday, wednesday low 80s. actually slightly below average for this time of the year. thanks to a cold front moving south to canada. more high temperatures expected to be widespread into the 90s in the eastern half of the country. take a look at how many states and cities expect temperatures in the 90s.
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new orleans 90. omaha, st. louis, chicago, detroit even into washington, d.c. temperatures into the 90s. you add in the humidity many areas in the triple digits. >> suspected ohio kidnaper ariel castro are pushing for a plea deal to avoid going to trial next month. the cleave lapped man appeared in court yesterday 700 new charges all in connection with accusations he held three women captive in his home for a decade. he also made a judge angry by refusing to open his eyes. >> mr. castro, you must look at me. can you open your eyes, please? at this time it is my duty. >> sir? please keep your eyes open so i make sure you are listening to
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me and understanding what i am saying. okay? >> castro has pleaded not guilty. he faces up to 9,000 years in prison if convicted. prosecutors are still trying to determine if he will seek the death penalty. >> lawyers of the captain of the shipwrecked costa concordia are asking extra time. this after they rejected the captain's second attempt to make a deal. he faces charges including manslaughter in connection with the january 2012 accident that killed 32 people including two americans. the captain is accused of abandoning the ship before everyone was rescued. >> it is television's biggest night. could netflix crash the party. in a few hours the emmy nominations will be announced. how many nominations arrested development and house of cards
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they are both streaming series. also sure to be in the mex home land which cleaned up last year. michael tamara will be in the fox light at 5:50 to give his predictions. >> a fox business alert now. lauren simonetti with all of the details. as kong students get ready to hit campus many breathe ago sigh of relief. they have reached the deal to undo the spike of stafford loans. the vote could come as early as today. what we have agreed to is after the 2015 school year student loan rates would climb along with market rates but never higher than 8.25 percent for undergrads 9 percent for grads and 10 and a half for parents. certain rates doubled to 6.8 percent. let's talk cards.
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score an even better deal on a toyota camry. advice to keep the crown as america's top seller. more than a decade. honda accord playing catchup narrowing camry's lead to 20,000 at the end of last month. best brands in america is ford. the best brand among all companies not just auto companies. here is who is nipping at ford's heels amazon, subway the history channel and lowe's. i don't see apple on there or google. interesting brands making the top list. >> lauren simonetti thank you very much. it is 11 minutes after the hour. we will tell you about this knife. it can instantly detect cancer. that's what some are saying. it is the latest technology that doctors say it will help in the fight against the disease. >> an intern causing jay carney to snap.
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>> you can editorialize all you want i have no doubt you will but that is a ridiculous statement. >> what did this intern ask that garnered that response about the zimmerman trial. >> the new national average $3.60. that's up $0.01 from yesterday.
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>> there's an intelligence knife they call it. it analyzes when doctors cut through tissue. a lot of doctors use these laser knives nowadays.
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it can instantly pick up a signal whether the tissue is cancerous or healthy. right now surgeons have to send the sish ue to a lab and wait for the results. i five is used in trials but it could soon be used in an operati operating room near you. hear what they asked about the george zimmerman verdict that caused carney to snap. >> is the president going to take any action for their security or are they on their own? >> that would be to florida authorities. i am not aware of that story. but the president has called for echoing the statements of trayvon martin's family for calm reflection in the wake of the verdict. that continues to be his
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position. he certainly would oppose any violence of any kind you can editorialize all you want i have no doubt that you will but that is a ridiculous statement. >> what's next for the intern who took on the white house? we will ask him in a live interview coming up on "fox & friends" at 6:20. >> an alleged victim of hernandez was called before the grand jury to testify on the former nfl star's character. bradley is the same guy who followed the lawsuit against the hernandez. he claims the former football star shot him in the face. this while they search for their evidence. sources say they are still trying to find a car door mirror and possibly shell casings that show the gun was fired from a rental car as it sped down the highway the night that the man was killed. thousands of packs of brown
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sugar. but now north korea is demanding panama releases the cargo ship and sees the crew. it came from cuba which claims they are obsolete weapons that needed repairs. pana sama says it's asking the . to slech gate. they are banned from importing and exporting most weapons. >> dozens of people left stranded on a monorail at the california state fair after it lost power. they were stuck up there for over an hour until fire crews arrived with a ladder. everyone rauz wwas rescued safe. the monorail will remain on the tracks until it is evaluated. >> i hope they had the fried snickers to keep them calm. >> 18 minutes after the hour coming up next on the rundown there was a busy florida highway shut down after a military drone crashed minutes after takeoff.
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>> good morning to you. hope you are off to a great day already. taking a live look outside new york city. let's go down to florida right now. a highway there is set to reopen
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today. as you can see the explosion setting up a huge black cloud of smoke. fortunately no one was hurt. the air force uses these drones they are called qf 4. they test their air to air weapons. glee star corey monteith's body has been cremated in vancouver. this came after his family and girlfriend had a private viewing not on the guest list? monteith's father who divorced the actress' mother 20-years ago and has been estranged from his son. he died of overdose of heroin and alcohol last saturday. >> heather, all eyes remain on london as the world awaits the royal birth. the great grandmother the latest on her growing excitement. >> it has been days and days of
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waiting. now even her image city queen elizabeth tii is growing impatient. >> the duke and dutches of cambridge william and kate has been vague about the exact date their baby would arrive. they camped out in front of saint mary's hospital hoping to be among the first to hear the news. >> i have been waiting days a. >> these diehard fans some of the billions captivated by the royal couple since their lavish wedding two years ago. there's a financial incentive surrounding the third in line to the throne. experts say the events will inject millions into the pounds of the faltering economy even gifts for the royal offspring.
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>> sometimes they do generous things sometimes inappropriate things and ridiculous things like terrible painting. >> while everyone says clued to the news they are outside of the parent's home waiting for the royal heinous to make a move. >> that was rick leventhal reporting. while they never released a due date kate's step mother in law could expect a baby by the end of the week. >> we are watching that one. we will keep you up to date on that. >> 25 minutes after the hour. still rolling stone magazine with a firestorm of theory featuring the cover over the accused boston bomber. major retailers are boycotting and americans are speaking out. if you are getting ready to drive to work this morning listen to this one. the cops may be tracking your car even if you didn't do anything wrong. we will tell you what that is all about.
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>> it is july 18th. rolling stone magazine facing a firestorm of fury for this cover featuring the accused boston
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bomber. this morning major retailers are boycotting and americans are fighting back. we will have the latest on the backlash straight ahead. at first it was salt and then soda. michael bloomberg in new york city is targeting elevators. we will tell you about the latest push to regulate residents of that city. listen up early risers our leap sere -- sleep series continues. >> i have this dream where all of my teeth fall out i have no idea what it means but it is incredibly scary. >> we have a psychiatrist here to help you decipher what your dreams really mean. >> good morning to you. 5:30 on the east coast we wake up and get your day going.
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it will be a hot one for most of the fox and friends first. i am heather nauert. >> i am patti ann browne. 30 minutes after the hour. rolling stone magazine igniting a firestorm of protest over this cover shot of the accused boston bomber. while the magazine defends its decision to put them on thim onr a whole bunch of major retailers are refusing to sell that controversial issue. lauren green joins us now. >> this morning major retailers are refusing to sell copies of the controversial rolling stone issue which goes on sale tomorrow. so far at least 9 companies are boycotting the cover they include walgreens, cvs, rite aid, kmart, shop and stop and shaws star market. the magazine released a statement defending it's decision to feature dzhokhar
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tsarnaev on the cover. the cover story we are publishing falls within the traditions of journalism and rolling stone's long standing commitment to serious and thoughtful coverage of the most important cultural issues of our day. the fact that dzhokhar tsarnaev is young and in the same age group as many of our readers makes it important for us to examine the complexity of this issue and gain a more complete understanding of how a tragedy like this happened. boston mayor says it sends a terrible message. >> i am disgraced that company rolling stone for the survivors and first responders. why do we glorify a guy. >> the cover is out of taste i think. >> as you can image tens of thousands of comments keep pouring in on twitter and facebook. >> lauren green, thank you so
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much. >> what was the most convincing piece of evidence that helped zimmerman, george zimmerman walk free? a rule is that zimmerman received during his struggle with trayvon martin. here's what he had to say about it. >> i have a chance to talk about it. you talk about it the whole time we are together and get their thoughts. i support the verdict. >> this injure or is known only as alternate injure or e 54. he wants his name and face to be kept secret. he was one of four ality gnats in the case. >> target and others are joining wal-mart in opposition to washington, d.c.'s living wage bill. they posted a letter urging the mayor to reject the bill calling it misguided and discriminatory.
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they paid workers 12.50 an hour. the current wage is 8.25. they would have no choice but to reexamine expanding in the area. lawmakers staging a fresh assault on obama care. house republicans vote to delay obama care mandates on key coverage requirements. we have been following this story all along. doug luzader is live from washington with the latest. >> this is the latest wrinkle. the president has already delayed the implementation of obama care so far. businesses are concerned and that requirement that medium and large businesses provide health insurance for their employees. republicans and congress are saying he is in violation of his own law by doing so. last night they passed bills that would allow that delay but also extend it to individuals who will soon be forced to obtain health insurance and they deserve the same break. this is something the white house opposes. >> i am pleased congress took the action. that is the role of congress to
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write the laws. the president doesn't get to pick and choose the laws he enforces. >> the message from the president today meantime obama care is paying dividends literally. he will speak on rebate checks some consumers will soon receive if the insurance companies didn't spend enough money on coverage. >> this summer 8 and a half million consumers are receiving half a billion dollars in rebates. the averaged consumer rebate is around $100. this is just one of the many ways the affordable care act is giving consumers a better value for their healthcare dollar and making our healthcare system stronger. >> that is going to be the white house concentrating on the perceived benefits of obama care and playing down all of the problems they are having so far in the implementation. >> doug luzader thanks so much. we will be following that one that's for sure. >> extreme weather alerts heat wave gripping much of the nation
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only going to get worse before it gets better. >> maria molina is here with us. this is a huge part of the country we are talking about. >> anywhere from the east coast to parts of the midwest even upper midwest parts of south dakota and parts of montana are experiencing temperatures will in well into the 90s. factor in the humidity it feels even hotter. eastern half of the country virtually almost eerie state is going to have a secity experiencing temperatures in the 90s. 97 for high in new york city 96 st. louis. even in omaha 95 degrees. then you add in the humidity. this is what it feels like when you head in the door. arkansas feels like 101 degrees. 100 in new york city. washington, d.c. 104 degrees the heat index value this afternoon. make sure you stay safe as you head outdoors. eventually we will have a bit of relief especially heading into
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this weekend across the great lakes and into the northeast. a front is producing showers and storms with a slight chance of severe weather. by friday the severe weather will include sections of up state new york and interior sections of new england and parts of the great lakes. by saturday showers and storms widespread from indiana up into parts of the state of maine. we will have to keep an eye out for damaging winds large hail and isolating tornadoes. patti ann and heather if you you think this is bad think of streaks we have had of 90 degree days or grart temperatures 12k5is in a row in new york city back in 1953. >> or the year 1896. you are counting back a long way. >> it's not very common to see such hot temperatures in new york city for a long period of time but it has hpd before. >> take comfort in that. >> maria molina thank you so much. >> there may be a government
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record, law enforcement agencies use license plate scanners to create millions of digital records on the location and movement of vehicles even if they have done nothing wrong. the group wants police departments to get rid of any records not linked to a crime. authorities say scanning vehicles aids in drug busts and finding abducted children. the aclu have five states with laws governing license plate readers. a taliban commander sends a message to an activist shot in the head by the group. he wrote a letter saying he wished he could have warned her to stop criticizing those militants so she wouldn't have been attacked. he didn't condone the assassination attack on the 15-year-old just said that it was shocking. he said it was just his opinion and didn't represent the taliban as a whole. >> our sleep series continues today with your burning
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questions about dreams and especially nightmares. what do they really mean? and can the current analysis of your dreams solve some of your problems? sigh col dipsychologist and hum expert dr. dale gross is here. >> a lot of us have the same exact dreams and you are going to tell us what some of the most common ones mean. >> let's let him from illinois tell us. >> every once in a while you have that where you are falling and you feel like you are going to fall and hit just before you hit you wake up. >> the falling dream what will does it mean? >> it is feeling out of control. it's a sense of being overwhelmed in our own life too much pressure in our own life. they are falling they feel there's no control for them.
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they are in our control. they have this dream as well. it's a very common dream. >> another very common dream let's talk to rhea about flying dreams. >> it's the same dream over and over and over again. that you are walking down the street and all of a sudden you fly above all of the buildings and you come back down and keep flying all over the place. >> that sounds like a good dream not a nightmare. what does that mean? >> when we are dreaming about flying we dreaming of escape. meaning freedom, getting an over view. the unconscious who we really are is kind of always trying to bring us to consciousness. it delivers to us an appetite that will wake us up make us aware. with the chemistry in our brain
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putting us in a comatosed state so we don't act out our dreams it's important with what's happening. >> katie from new york? >> i have this dream that all of my teeth fall out. i don't know what it means but it is incredibly scary. maybe it's because i don't brush my teeth at night. >> teeth falling out. most common. it has layers of meaning. when we dream of recommend we have five stages of recommend. we are dreaming the same scene over and over again. we eat with our teeth, penetrate, it can be sexual we transition in our transformation. as we get older we lose our teeth that's death rebirth and renewal. >> thank you so much for helping
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us out interpreting our dreams. >> 41 after the hour. first it was salt then soda. now america's most notorious nanny mayor targeting elevators. check out this frightening scene a man pulling a gun on the convenience worker. the man with the gun is supposed to be protecting and serving. ♪
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>> good morning to you. the sun is up in new york city. it will be a hot day today around much of the country. speaking of new york city mayor michael bloomberg is doing it
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again. this time he wants people to take the stairs instead of the elevator. he is proposing legislation that would require all new buildings and buildings under going major renovations to give people better access to stairwells as well as putting signs at elevators that point to the nearest stairwell. he wants to make being active hipper. sodas salt and now staircases. >> arizona police officer is off the job after being caught on camera pulling a gun on a convenience clerk off duty. the officer and a friend will wearing bulletproof vests and were intoxicated when they pointed a gun at the clerk. investigators said they didn't demand anything but he feared for his life. the now former officer now faces aggravated assault charges. a terrifying scene at dunn can
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doughnuts had them crashing in the scene. surveillance video shows an elderly man ex hit the gas instead and thankfully nobody was hurt. >> lucky. >> how come? >> nobody hit me. >> god is looking over you. >> the guy watched over the counter as the car came barreling through the store. he hopped through the driver through window to make sure the driver is okay. we don't know if the driver will be charged. there is nothing funny about forgets fulness. it could be a warning sign for a much more serious medical condition. >> she may be 96 years old but this granny is one tough cookie. >> you can have all of the
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tootsie rolls you want but you can't have that cash register. >> see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> joel will be the floor manager. that's good news. tell you what's coming up. the house will vote on obama care. they will have majority lederer rick cantor live. a fisherman wrestled a shark with his bear hands because he could. he is here life to tell us why he does that why he doesn't have a hook or a net. judge is going to teach us the magic of the soldier project. cs has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy.
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>> nine minutes till the top of the hour. if you think those seemingly innocent senior moments are normal, you may want to listen up. researchers say those memory slips could actually be one of the first signs of alzheimer's. the news was presented at the alzheimer's association international conference. don't panic, though. researchers say they're not talking about small senior moments. they're talking about when information does not come back to you later even when people remind you of what you forgot. spop a would-be robber thought a 96-year-old wisconsin woman would be an easy target but he was wrong. the woman was behind the counter at her mom and pops store when a knife-wielding man in a mask walked in and demanded cash. >> i said i'm not opening up that cash renalster and that's it. i'm not opening it. i said you can have all the tootsie rolls you want but i'm not opening the cash register.
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>> the suspect noticed a security camera and took off with nothing. not even tootsie rolls. maybe slim jims instead. >> in a few hour the 2013 emmy nominees will be announced. last year homeland cleaned up. what do you think this year? >> the emmys are hard to predict because unlike the oscars we don't have the run-up of guild awards shows and know which way people are leaning. the academy is a diverse group. it's a hard thing to do but we're going to do it. my predictions for drama series are breaking bad, homeland, house of cards and the americans which just got picked up. >> what is americans? >> it's about spies living in the united states from
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the 19980's -- from the 1980's. my prediction is house of cards. it is a kind of a groundbreaking show. drama, best actor, kevin spacey, house of cards, daniel lewis from homeland, steve bushemi and i'm still going to go with house of cards, kevin spacek. >> what about drama, actress? >> kerry washington scandal and connie britton. i'm going to say keri russell. >> i like nashville. what else you got? >> one of my favorite
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categories for best new series movie, the bible. what should win because it was the television event of the season is the bible. over 100 million watched over the course of five nights. but what i think will win will be behind the candleabra. it was hb o's highest rated movie in a decade. this weekend was great. over 1,000 fans showed up over the course of two days. >> we had a lot of people who turned out. everyone had such a great time. you and fox took great care of the folks there. >> we try. >> michael tamm he ro into
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>> let's take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. a special honor for butter cup, the duck with the prosthetic foot. [music playing] >> the duck got to walk the famous red carpet at the peabody hotel in memphis after being named an honorary duck. the bad. the sport of rhythmic gymnastics at the center of a cheating scandal. potential judges were caught cheating for preliminary entry exams for the olympic games. the ugly, seven stolen multimillion-dollar paintings includes this mattisse may have been burned to ashes.
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authorities found paint in the possession of a suspect. >> patti ann, nice working with you. hope you all have a great day. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> good morning. it is thursday, july 18, 2013. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your time today. remember the magazine, the one that took down the united states general. now "rolling stone" has a accused terrorist on the cover. >>steve: an alternate juror speaking out and says what others have not. >>brian: remember when the vice president said this. >> if there is a problem, walk out on the balcony, put that double-barrel shotgun and fire two blast


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