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>> good morning this beautiful sunday. i'm in for allison this morning. thousands rally for the verdict in the george zimmerman case. stand your ground law. >> if trayvon martin was of age and armed, could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk. >> does stand your ground have anything to do with this case at all. >> move over nsa, here comes obama care. about to have instant access to your financial and medical information. don't worry, the feds say, trust us. so should you? >> caught on camera, the
terrifying moment an explosion rattles travelers in the world's busiest airport. watch. >> details on who was behind that bombing and why are all coming up straight ahead. "fox & friends" begins right now. look at that. that is our bass pro shop pool. that's right on the plaza there. on 5th avenue and 48th street. >> that's a treadmill. so every hour on the who we're going to be working out. we're going to show you how to work out in the water, toddler swimming. we're going to bring a new pool experience each other. one hour lisa will be out there in a bikini doing water aerobics. >> right. turn the channel. >> whatever else you're watching
to this. >> those are so cool. those are used when athletes are injured. also going to talk about this in the show, used for wounded warriors to help them recover. >> i'm interested in toddler swimming. it's a safety thing. when they are near bodies of water, out by the lake. how early can you get your kids to swim. >> we also have a swimming pool in mid ton manhattan. >> so rare. >> there are only like three pools in all of manhattan. we've got one outside on our plaza. >> we do. much more on the show including this. yesterday you may have seen rallies tag place all in support of the george zimmerman law and trayvon martin case, getting rid of stand your ground. they want a revision of this law and justice, justice for trayvon. protests popping up all over the country. >> for those who need a refresher, lets listen to what
the president said in his well publicized address on race about the stand your ground law. watch this. >> for those who resist that idea that we should think about something like stand your ground laws, i just ask people to consider, if trayvon martin was of able and armed, could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk? and do we actually think he would have been justified in shooting mr. zimmerman who had followed him in a car because he felt threatened. and if the answer to that question is at least ambiguous, then it seems to me we might want to examine those kinds of laws. >> what does that even mean? >> a lot of people are saying we need to get rid of stand your ground laws because of this. it gives you the right to kill someone in public. a lot of people -- there's a big
public outcry against this. a lot of people saying this is dangerous rhetoric, be careful, you need to know your facts. the man who wrote this bill in florida, he's a state senator, florida state representative. he's the author of the stand your ground law there. he says this has really protect add lot of african-americans. 33% of those who benefit in the state of florida are african-americans. lets listen to what he says. >> some of the other rhetoric, it's very dangerous for other people and it's driving a racial wedge into this which shouldn't be there. in fact, this law has protected many african-americans from prosecution who were simply stopping a violent act. 33% of those who utilized this defense were african-americans. proportionally that means it benefited them twice as much as the general population. >> this had nothing to do with the trayvon martin case. in point of fact, george zimmerman didn't use stand your ground law in his defense
because it didn't apply to him. he couldn't have fled because he was on his back on the sidewalk. it had nothing to do with this at all. this is another example of politicians using a high-profile case, a tragedy, in order to push the agenda, in this case the right to defend yourself. >> liberals argue it does have relevance. while they didn't use it as their defense, they say one witness testified about george zimmerman on the stand and said he was obsessed with law enforcement. he would call 911 on a regular basis. he took law enforcement classes. he got an a in a case that specifically taught him about stand your ground, that he knew about it. he went on hannity last year in an interview, much publicized interview and said he knew nothing about stand your ground as if he had suddenly forgotten about it. the judge in this case gave jury instructns about stand your ground. jury 37 in the interview this week, she mentioned stand your ground, the reason why she didn't --
>> she was confused, because the is really clear. it ab solves people of the responsibility to retreat when they have that option if they folly they are facing mortal threat. again, the physical mechanics of it make it in this case because george zimmerman was on his back on the sidewalk. >> therefore he couldn't have used that. the defense would have been hamstrung had they decided to use stand your ground. it was better to use self-defense. >> for the president to get into this hypothetical, well, what if trayvon martin was of age and had a gun -- this is bizarro world. it has nothing to do with this case. if you don't like the law, argue against it on its merits but don't bring in trayvon martin. >> bingo. argue against it on that state representative's point, yes, african-americans have not been prosecuted at the levels they once were as a result of this. police departments in certain states are upset about stand
your ground on its own merits because they believe it hampers their investigation. they can't gather evidence. gang members, gang fights, police will roll up to a gang fight. the one side who won the gang battle said, stand your ground. they aren't allowed to gather evidence as a result. >> a lot of people, especially mr. baxley who wrote this law said it helps more than it hurts. if that's the case, more people are benefiting from these laws than not. unfortunately this family will never be the same again, and our hearts go out to them because they have lost their son. >> when politicians argue against the right it defend yourself should make you nervous. whether it's a good law or not might make you purpose. not the law from the state of florida but natural law, if you feel someone is going to kill you, you have the right to fight back. the most bake of all and they are arguing against it.
it's scary. >> we have experts coming up in the show later to discuss that. now, more on this nsa data grab. we told you the obama administration had renewed the court ruling which would allow them to gather information. we now know it goes further than yesterday. >> pretty intrusive obama care will find your in come and financial data, social security numbers, private health information and family size. all of this in the database and available to anyone working for the government. >> yeah, but don't worry, because those data will be kept completely safe. they will never be used tore political purposes, never based out on whether you support the president, never be crushed because it will never -- wait, it's been happening the last three years. should this make you nervous. >> you're not talking about nra, benghazi scandal. >> there's a lot of evidence the
government does not apply its laws impartially. people's political views enter into it. we're going to be uncomfortable with this concentration of information in the government's hand. >> the government said just metadata. i love this argument. it's just metadata. when you start to piece together patterns of a person's life, you have cancer, therefore you go to this clinic, therefore you receive this type of chemotherapy, therefore you're driving patterns are such you go here next, you can get a pretty big interesting narrative about a person's life. when you start to piece together metadata. the government says don't worry, just metadata. >> this is granular data, in come, social security numbers, private health information. have you been treated for psychiatric disorder, how is your prostate. the government knows. very personal. something abstract about that the obama administration again has a proven track record of
misusing political data. >> they can't keep it safe. overnight there was a major hacking story that could place. it was a private company. last night thousands and thousands of people -- tango, the company you send text messages hacked, terabytes of data. china spying on us, access to databases, they couldn't get this stuff. >> remember when you went to aoú doctor and it was put on charts, no computers involved. the doctor saw it or the nurses. now it's in the computer. now there's an obama database where the government can get involved. pretty scary. fox news alert this morning. east cleveland police say they have a 35-year-old man in custody at this hour. they say he's a former convict whose admitted to having --
serial killer. they believe deaths are related. neighbors are extremely concerned. >> something like this is very upsetting not only for me but my children and grand chin. >> police will expand the search for more boechltds the suspect has not yet been charged with any crime. a tarp collapsed on a stage in north georgia, injuries five people. this happened just after a storm blue through the curves for a cure in georgia. >> before we knew it the awning on the stage had started pulling and it was sagging in the middle. >> just a couple of minutes later you started hearing pop, pop, pop. all the metal trusses coming down. i seen two people specifically get hit in the head with metal truss. >> most injuries are cuts and bruises. all victims have since been treated and released from the hospital. the famed white house journalist helen thomas died.
she covered 10 presidents and 49 years at the white house. thomas started as a copy girl for washington daily news before moving onto the white house beat. she was known for pointed questions and was the only reporter with her name inscribed on the chair in the briefing room. thomas required in 2010 after a controversial video surfaced of her saying israelis should get out of palestine. thomas will be buried in detroit, a memorial service in washington is planned for october. >> we don't expect to be loved in this business. i mean, you learn that pretty quickly. at the same time you want to feel what you do is right and fair. that's the criteria. >> thomas was 92-year-old. those are your headlines. >> lets get outside for a look at the forecast. hi, rick. >> better, better. >> from 100 to 95, awesome. >> this is our cave man weather report this morning. >> it is better.
it's been so hot but it's finally broken a little bit. temps today back to where they should be across areas of the northeast. it's because we had some storms go through. take a look at video out of ohio yesterday. this is from ursuline college, a college in ohio hit by what appears to have been a tornado. it's pretty significant damage. no injuries from what we are hearing at this point. you can take a look, some of that brick structure blown through and damaged causing pretty significant problems to that college there. there you go. no more storms about today but watching much better temperatures. some more storms we'll talk about later on out across areas in the southwest. send it back to you inside. >> thanks. caught on cam remarks the terrifying moment an explosion rattles travelers in one of the world's business yes, sir airports. >> was that a bomb? >> i don't think so. . >> details on who was behind that bombing and why are straight ahead.
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remember when the white house said no one was denying access to benghazi survivors. decided to get to the bottom of the controversy. >> raised the question why none of the survivor whether cia, contract employee testified publicly before congress. according to trusted sources, a contact at my office, many, if not all of the survivors of the benghazi attacks along with others at the department of defense, cia, have been asked or directed to sign additional nondisclosure agreements.
>> so have survivors of benghazi been pressured to remain silent. military analyst lieutenant colonel bill cowen, decorated servants of the united states. thanks for joining us. >> hey, tucker, great to be with you. >> is this possible the survivors were pushed to sign nondisclosure agreements. >> very place i believe. almost a year since the benghazi attack, we've heard from testimony from people in the state department and tripoli, the 33, i think that's the correct number, that's what congress believes, 33 survivors, 33 other people who in benghazi we've heard virtually nothing from any one of them. any attempts by members of congress or the media to find out who these people were, to get to talk to some of them has been met with silence. total silence. >> is there any possible justification other than political cya here for keeping
these people silent. >> i can't imagine any, tucker. i was a member of the iran contrawhen reagan was the president. i remember when congress asked for things from the reagan administration. we got every document, every person, everything we asked for. we got it in a timely manner. in contrast here as congress continues to ask for information and/or access to people who are in benghazi, they get a long drawn out process, the end of which there's almost virtually nothing. >> we're asking these guys to defend our country, and in a lot of cases give their lives in defense of our country, and then when we fail to defend them they are not allowed to talk about it in public. >> you know, tucker, i have friends whoivity hav ivitare in, at the benghazi attack in front of the doors men or women were in, members of diplomatic security service, state department people, standing guard to make sure nobody could
go in the rooms. there's something going on here. congressman wolf deserves a lot of credit to ferret it out. he's calling for a select committee to investigate benghazi. speaker boehner hasn't stepped up to call for one. tucker, i think it will take a lot of congressional action to find out what happened in benghazi and make sure stuff doesn't happen again. political cover-up, probably. >> totally orwellian. i hope the speaker will step up so we can get to the bottom of this. thanks for joining us. >> thanks, tucker. >> did you know detroit used to be one of the wealthiest countries in the country but now bankrupt. one cop so furious this "rolling stone" cover he released his own pictures of the accused boston boember, now he' suspended from the police force. this morning there's an update to that story. we have that coming up. mine was earned in djibouti, africa. 2004.
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quick headlines, bail is set at $2,000 for a man accused of holding four in a filthy garage in houston tech texas. charged with injury temperature elderly. he forced the men to live in a single room up to 10 years while he stole their welfare checks. the great kate wait continues in britain for the birth of the royal baby. the duchess due on friday but the mother told friends the baby will be a leo meaning she isn't
scheduled to give birth until tuesday according to the astrological calendar. >> remember those michigan ads inviting americans to take in the beauty of that state. in response to going bankrupt, the take on motor city called pure detroit. >> when it's time to get away, away from the stresses of work, responsibilities, you can only onfind solstice in the welcome arms of detroit, the last anything anybody could find is a job and the furthest from anyone's mind is responsibility. >> all about responsibility. where is the responsibility for detroit going bankrupt? joining us now fox news stephen crowder. >> i'm offended at my own canadian accent, i'm so sorry about that i had it beaten out of me. it shows up every now and then. >> we'll work on that in post.
tell us, you knew this back in 2009 when you put the documentary together about the city. you saw all of the warning signs. why didn't anyone else? >> i think some other people d i am your nostra dom as. if you didn't see this coming, you're far too stupid to be part of any city. from '62 on, detroit has been run entirely without exception by leftist democrats and they have had their policies whenever they wanted without fail. no republican scapegoat in sight, no republicans to blame. this is a perfect microcosm for what liberalism can do to the united states. if you want to look at barack obama's plan for the country, ideally it's detroit. you're talking about a city of vast government control, entitlement programs. by the way, tons of money. a lot of people don't realize that. you look at average spending
purr pupil, higher than most places in the country. as a matter of fact, a student in detroit, i don't know if you know this clayton, has more chance of ending up in prison than high school. it's not a money problem. people can't plame finances either. >> is there a chance the city can bounce back. such a great city. i've been there. motown, motor city, pistons are there, suburbs are beautiful. >> detroit as we knew it, no. the booming, wealthiest city in the country in the '50s, no. you don't go to detroit, you're sent to detroit. that's kind of me this morning. it needs to change. people need to fundamentally change their mind-set. they can't keep electing the same people. government can't save you, bigger the government, smaller the person. you see giant contributions from unions. the big discrepancy here, people talk about pinks and now they are going to have to cut pensions. no one else outside of public sector unions get these kinds of pensions. i don't. i know you don't. for all intents and purposes if you work for uaw and have a never ending supply of federal
bailout taxpayer funds to make your business model work, yeah, you're basically a public sector union. there needs to be a fundamental change, mind-set in policies in detroit and we're not seeing that yet. >> live from detroit. was it a little shady walking into the studio in downtown detroit? we hope you're safe. >> i'm fine. i think they stole my shoes in the car. yeah, no, they are gone. >> solace. get it right. thanks so much. caught on camera, a terrifying moment the explosion rattles travelers in one of the world's busiest airports. >> was that a bomb? >> i don't think. >> details on who was behind that bombing and why straight ahead. while you were sleeping, a huge announcement from hollywood. the summer superman movie is getting a sequel already. get this, starring batman. hey america, even though she doesn't need them,
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he tweeted about the >t race speech saying nothing to do with race. if all youth of every heritage in this country would benefit from jobs and manageable student loans not a bloated welfare state. >> the only reason people lock their car doors when obama walks by is they are afraid he'll tax them to death. >> good for james woods. he's right. can you imagine how unpopular he must be. >> that takes some guts especially in hollywood. i've talked to people that have come out and said their conservative views in hollywood and haven't gotten roles. >> as he walks into breakfast and they scowl at him. it's a very liberal town. there's something like obama that really, like the press corps, sends the acting community into spasms of love. >> you can follow him on twitter. those weren't the only two rants. he has six.
>> we all read james woods on twitter. i haven't seen him in a movie lately. >> maybe this explains it. >> he hasn't been in a movie lately so he's taken to twitter. >> it's a good medium. i'm glad he's saying that he thinks. >> that's what we want. >> you can't get him to not speak his own mind. people have tried, rick. >> that's true. >> why is no one out there with you? >> actually there are people out here. we have all kinds of things outside today. >> are you going to jump in that pool? >> there's a big swimming pool. have you looked at the water inside that pool. >> is it freezing? >> it's no that clean. i think it came from a fire hydrant and not that clean. there's an underwater run to london. have you to stay tuned to's what that's all about. i'm intrigued about what's going to happen later on. take a look at the weather map. people have been so hot across areas in the northeast, even maine, into the 90s.
this picture came into me from mitchell in rockport, maine. this is a spectacular area if you get a chance to go up there. look at this, 57. haven't had a morning like that in quite a while. 75 and sunny, not humid, which is hard for people to imagine across areas of new england that it's not going to be humid. pictures on twitter, facebook page, a few more showers across the mid-atlantic and towards the southeast as well. we'll see spotty showers and severe weather possible across north central plains. send it back to you inside. >> you know what, rick, that water might be dirty. it's hot, heated automatically because if it's like the kitchen sink in my apartment. i poured a glass of water, it was so hot. >> you can't get cold water. >> no, you can't. thanks so much. now for news headlines. caught on camera, the moment a man in a wheelchair sets off a homemade bomb inside a beijing airport.
wow. the tabled man was protesting past treatment by security officials in the airport. he was the only one injured by the blast. it was ignited by gunpowder collected from fireworks. the woman who fell to her death at six flags over texas has been identified as rosie esparza of dallas. she was concerned about the safety of the ride, the texas giant, before it left the station saying it didn't click properly. texas police are trying to figure out what happened. no foul play suspected. the ride remains closed until further noticed. thousands stepping up for the cop that released gritty photos of the boston bomber, trying to help him keep his job. the save sergeant murphy
facebook page has 20 likes and only up for one day. he released photos in protest to the "rolling stone" cover glamorizing dzhokhar tsarnaev. he was not authorized to do so. the page asks murphy's bosses to go easy on him. mowing your lawn just got a lot more fun. even i would volunteer to mow the lawn if i could do this. this is a new lawn mother going from 0 to 60. honda built the mower after a challenge. a motorcycle engine and fiberglass parts. no word when and if it will go into mass production. >> the world needs it. >> would you get one? >> the only problem i see, you
know lawn mowers so well, you go along, you have the collection bag, it starts to weight you down. within two minutes of driving it you have to get off. >> it acts as an air foil. >> lift you up. superman fans flocked to comic-con friday night in honor of the world's greatest superhero. what they didn't realize is they would be celebrating the world's other superhero, batman. >> warner brothers made for a memorable grand finale with the announcement of a new batman and superman movie slated to hit theaters in 2015. here with all the details, michael. >> i'm so glad i didn't go this year. i didn't go this year and this is what i missed. >> we knew there was going to be a sequel, massed 12k700 million worldwide. didn't know it would be this big. adopt count me as a fan of the
current man of steel. too violent, to dark. i love him but i'm curious to see how they work this out. >> they are bringing in batman. christian bale is not coming back playing batman. the director -- >> it's going to be very interesting to see, it's going to be on in 2015, leading up to the justice league coming out in 2017. >> is aquaman coming back. >> i hope so. >> entourage. >> aquaman is boring. they try to bring aquaman back -- >> he's not boring but wet. >> marine biologist. >> every episode is the same thing, him talking to a dolphin. >> how does superman do it, he's 70 years old. >> doesn't look a day over 40. they had a big 75th celebration, red carpet event, brought out
all the celebrities including henry himself. one of our intrepid reporters out on the scene and caught up with the stars to see what superman meant to them. >> the first superhero movie that i ever saw and i have fond memories. it encapsulates my childhood. >> quintessential hero, i think. he trumps all the others. he can turn back time. >> the representation of hope, our modern mythological hero. we need mythological heroes to strive towards to try and bring light to the darkness. >> why didn't you bring him back. >> settle down. >> because you have me and tucker. >> definitely the best thing. >> this is part of year long celebration that kicked off man of steel last month, includes a brand-new logo and animated
short coming out later this summer. >> superman is 75 years old. when he first launched he couldn't even fly back in the day. >> he couldn't fly for years. >> there's hope for all of us. >> there's hope. >> good to see you. >> thanks, michael. >> thank you. >> inthefoxlight.com for all the latest celebrity buzz. >> thanks, guys. a brand-new study on life expectancy. why where you live could make all the difference. that's coming up next. you hear about it all the time. hackers busting into bank accounts and credit cards taking their dough. how do you keep your information safe? we'll show you coming up. i'm phyllis and i have diabetic nerve pain. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep.
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year. as prominent as that is, you'd think more people would be careful how they handle business online. 82% of americans use the same password for 10 or more accounts or devices. how do you protect yourself? ceo and co-founder of keeper. nice to see you. >> nice to see you. >> a lot of people write me on a regular basis, ways to protect the password. tell us how keeper works. >> runs on a tablet or computer, also a web browser. you use it to store all your secret account numbers, pin codes, website log-ins and anything you want to keep secret. when you enter it, it stores in our vault and synchronizes with devices. >> i can viewers,jaopñ libertar in the audience saying, i don't want keeper to have access, then
you have access to my bank account. what do you say to that. >> we don't have access to information. the master keeper is encrypted, only you have knowledge of that. we store an encrypted binary of that, a fancy term we use. basically a file we save on what's called cloud security vault. in the eventure device is lost or stolen or damaged, you can restore your information within seconds. >> that's one great way to generate passwords is to use keeper. also if you're going to generate passwords on your own you have great tips to protect yourself from password theft or identity theft. the longer password, the safer. makes sense. why is that? >> basically we're talking about defense against hacking. the shorter the password, the greater the chance you get hacked. you want to use longer string passwords that include variation. that includes basically letters,
numbers and symbols. the longer the passwordish the stronger the password. >> i'm sure there are people in the audience saying this is obvious. i have a great password, strong password. you'd be surprised at the number of people who use the default password. a number of americans use the default password. don't ever use default, the one that comes with the computer. >> what's amazing 82% of americans today use the same password for everything, which is pretty amazing. when you think about the smartphone industry, for example, that's the convergence of the mobile device, our lives are on that device. 1.3 million smart phones were stolen last year. to a hacker that's a dream. if i wanted to hack a smartphone, i'd basically hack your life. at the end of the day you want to use those strong passwords. >> dive in, ideal protocol for a password. i say you should change it every
three months and we do it at fox and most companies do that mix numbers and letters today. some other tips there. >> a follow to the last question. lets say you start a new job, you get five to ten default passwords, e-mail, intranet, maybe skype account. first thing you want to do is log into those and change that password. when you change the password, you want to basically use letters, numbers and symbols. you have a keyboard with a lot of different keyboards on it. human nature looks for simplicity. the same thing most people do that don't use a password manager like keeper use something too simple. their favorite dog, school name, middle name, their own name. that's where they run the risk of theft. >> not real words, using symbols and numbers in your sentence. ceo and co-founder of keeper, find out more information at
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on our plaza here. doesn't happen very often. how did you fill the pool last night. >> pretty impressive. >> that was exciting. not much time. got to do it fast. we're in new york city, so quite a feat. >> lets talk about this machine behind you, hydroworx. >> what's so great about this, the military, when they get injured, they want to get back to active duty. we needed a method to get them back, just like pro athletes, they call it restorative therapy, five, six, seven hours a day, just like a pro athlete. that's what you can do on the water and on land. >> how does the water make a difference. >> you take the body weight off. matt waist 200 pounds. in the water at that depth he's about 160 -- i'm sorry, he's about 80 pounds. you take off that water weight. 90% of his body weight is off
him. then you start adding jets in the treadmill to that experience. so he's conditioning and rehabbing without the impact. does that make sense? >> it does. matt, you participated in an underwater marathon. i hear you participated in an underwater marathon. >> yes. >> have you done this regular marathon? how does this compare? >> it's the same as running, normal running, just less impact. you feel almost no impact on the joints. a lot smoother, lighter in the water. >> we've got melissa over here. tell us what melissa is doing. >> melissa is a triathlete, she's running on a portable unit that can drop into any pool. she's running about 6 miles an hour. >> melissa, how are you doing? >> great. >> what's difference about this, what's difference than in a gym? >> no impact. this is my winter training.
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>> if trayvon martin was of age and armed, could he have stood his ground. >> does stand your ground have anything to do with the case at all? we'll discuss that. >> illinois handed out $50 million in food stamps to people who didn't need them. they committed fraud to get them. yet the state is bragging about this. why? >> ladies have trouble navigating around in high heels? call in the stiletto whisperer. i'll explain. >> what? >> you need it. >> i have lots of trouble and i get bunions. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. >> gross. a little banana rama this
morning. "fox & friends" plaza. >> you never know what we're going to have on the plaza. bass pro bringing this pool because we're doing swim activities, athletes getting back in shape, wounded warrior for injuries, toddlers. we'll show you different swim programs. >> melissa said she'll get the cardiovascular workout, even under the water she was per spirg. >> at the end of the show we're doing cannon balls. >> belly flops. >> debate over the verdict in the george zimmerman trial has morphed into a conversation about the so-called stand your ground law. that's not the actual name of the law but informal name. turns out many politicians, especially on the democratic side, believeu,ñát lesson of th george zimmerman case is that stand your ground laws are bad. listen what the president himself said on the topic friday. >> for those who resist that
idea that we should think about something like the stand your ground laws, i just ask people to consider if trayvon martin was of age and armed, could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk? and do we actually think that he would have been justified in shooting mr. zimmerman who had followed him in a car, because he felt threatened? and if the answer to that question is at least ambiguous, it seems to me we might want to examine those kinds of laws. >> you may have heard parts of this argument over the past few weeks. one part of the argument is, look, this has nothing to do with the stand your ground law. the defense in this case decided -- in the pretrial hearing decided to not use the stand your ground statute because they believe self-defense was probably more effective. he was being held down. he didn't have the opportunity to retreat.
that is george zimmerman. his head was being beaten in at the time. stand your ground supposes you have the opportunity to walk away. >> why are we thinking stand your ground was used in florida when it wasn't. >> the media has been talking about this. all these rallies. they broke out yesterday. they are saying we want justice for trayvon. >> really the rally should not be about stand your ground, it should be about defense. >> you can be sad trayvon martin was killed. none of that has anything to do with stand your ground laws or the ability to defend yourself. that is your most basic right is to defend yourself if you think you're going to be killed by someone. >> stand your ground, about 30 states in the country that have some form of stand your ground. dennis baxley, a florida representative, he's the one that wrote stand your ground law, he states many african-americans have been protected by this.
33% benefiting in the state of florida have benefited. he's saying know your facts because it's protecting more people than it's hurting. >> some of the other rhetoric is very dangerous for other people and driving a racial wedge into this which shouldn't be there. in fact, this law has protected many african-americans from prosecution that were simply stopping a violent act. 33% of those who utilized this defense were african-americans. proportionally that means it benefited them twice as much as the general population. >> why are we hearing about stand your ground laws? this is what liberals are hearing. two reasons we're talking stand your ground laws. number one, the judge gave jury instructions that talked about stand your ground. one of the jurors this week that we finally heard from, juror number 37, she said the reason we didn't give second degree
murder and manslaughter is because of stand your ground. that is what informed her decision-making process was stand your ground. people, of course, jumping on board on that. also zimmerman himself had studied stand your ground and law enforcement classes. that came up during the trial from one of the witnesses. >> politicians are using a crisis. the president is using the crisis and tragedy, the death of trayvon martin to push his agenda. the agenda is the same. you shouldn't be allowed to make basic decisions about your life. that's government's rule. you shouldn't be allowed to defend yourself with a gun. that's why they used newtown to push their absurd gun control program. it had nothing to do with newtown but didn't matter. they didn't want the crisis to go to waste. they used it then and are using this to control you to prevent you from making basic decisions about yourself. the most basic decision, will i be able to defend myself if someone want to kill me. >> if you want a discussion about stand your ground alone separate from this, there's many
law enforcement officials in this country who are not happy with the law because they think it hampers their investigation of homicides. of course law enforcement is for gun control most of the time, too. they think they ought to be the ones making the decisions. they don't want anyone else to be armed because it makes their life more complicated. >> when they go to a crime scene and people say, i was using stand your ground, it hampers evidence. if they claim stand your ground we can't do homicide investigation. walk into a gang fight and there's dead people there and one side won, they say stand your ground. >> is that why we have the law? >> opponents are saying it's a license to kill. >> overzealous prosecutors went after a lot of homeowners legitimately defending themselves. they were punished for defending themselves. legislatures in all these states set out to remedy that, passing
the right to defend yourself. at the core is the most basic of all principles and i think it's worth defending vigorously. >> lets talk about food stamps. much made in the rise of food stamps, the lessening degree, relaxes of regulations and where you can get food stamps. state of illinois, government of illinois is bragging about they only have 2% of fraud in their food stamp program. they have given out $50 million, wasted tax dollars in food stamps that went to fraudulent food stamp claims but they are bragging about it, only 2 pours fraud. >> we've got to get control of them. this is ridiculous. we all work so hard for every dime we make and people are taking advantage of this system. you know, they are bragging about that, but that's a lot of money lost, $50 million. >> we did a story yesterday on octomom who had all these kids, she makes $200,000 and getting
welfare, too. she's not in the state of illinois. this is ridiculous. not fair to those of us who get up and support our families. >> the signature achievement in 1990s, i think bill clinton is still bragging about it, welfare reform. the country made the decision we're going to tighten up -- 16% of illinois is on food stamps. that number grew by 12% in one year. last year food stamps grew by 12%. what's going on? >> is it because they don't have enough people working in that department? i would rather my tax dollars go to hire people, give people jobs, to work for this department so we can make sure this doesn't happen. >> you can't argue simultaneously the economy is getting better -- the obama people are always saying the economy is getting much, much better and welfare roles climbing dramatically. how can that happen at the same time. >> look at numbers nationwide.
228 million people in 2008, 2008, 28 million people, cost from federal government, $37.6. now 2013, 47 million folks on food stamps, $81 billion. supporters say, look, no one should go hungry in this country. the majority of these are going to people who noticed them the most. when you have a state of illinois bragging to 2% fraud to the tune of $50 million. >> they are advertising food stamps. there are people whose whole job is to convince people to go on food stamps. college students are not deserving of food stamps. they are not starving. you're in college. what is this? >> they can eat cheerios. >> i didn't have much in college. >> when you're paying a massive tuition but then you can't eat, something is wrong with that. >> true. lets go to the headlines. we'll begin with a fox news
alert. three people found dead along the same block in cleveland over the last two days. east cleveland police say they have a 35-year-old man in custody at this hour. they say he's a former convict who had admitted to having a fascination with serial killers. officials say they believe the deaths are related and neighbors, of course, are extremely concerned. >> something like this is very upsetting, not only for me but my children and grandchildren. >> police will expand their semple. they will be looking for more bodies today. the suspect has not yet been charged with any crime. new overnight, texas police believe a 15-year-old runaway was held captive in a lubbock home for six weeks until she was able to escape through a window on friday night. there might be more victims. >> based on information she was able to provide, we believe there were multiple people inside the house, possibly more victims, that the people inside may be armed and the house may be barricaded. as a precautionary measure we
activated the s.w.a.t. team to hit the house. >> police have one person in custody on the warrant. so far no charges filed. "glee" planning to play tribute to cory monteith during the third show. the premier is pushed back a week as well as production in the wake of the star's unexpected de. the 31-year-old overdosed in a hotel room. the great kate wait, the duchess of cambridge reportedly due on friday. her mother told friends the baby will be a leo meaning she isn't scheduled to give birth until tuesday at the earliest. royal sources say an announcement will be made when kate is in labor. those are your headlines. in labor, therefore we can get our ducks in a row and be prepared. >> start painting the nursery and rick picking out colors. >> i care about this story. you, on the other hand, not so much. >> as an merchant patriot, i'm
less interested in supporting a foreign monarchy but that's just me. >> with respect the romance. >> i'm totally kidding. they seem like sweet people. >> he's a big fan of downtown abby. >> you know what i was thinking. this would mean princess diana would be a grandma. >> no. she's eternally in my mind as young, beautiful. not that grandmother's are old. >> e-mail address -- >> one time i gave my e-mail address on air. never again. >> i remember that. had to have it changed. lets talk about the weather, guys. the front moved across the great lakes and throughout areas of atlantic. take a look at the map. here is where we'll see it stall out in that area. the front will stall. we'll see scattered showers across areas of the southeast again throughout the day today. places like kentucky into missouri. we'll see a few waves of energy move on across that stalled out front. there's an upper-level
disturbance in areas of the northeast. keep things unsettled. we'll see scattered showers and thunderstorms from time to time. at least the temps will be nicer for everybody. down in the southeast, not that hot nor much of this week. showers across areas of florida. this morning thunderstorms across southeast kansas and into oklahoma. we'll see severe weather later today across the high plains through north dakota and nebraska, south dakota as well. southwest, great rain making its way across areas of southern california and southwestern arizona this morning. we'll see more showers fire up as the day goes on. back to you. >> thanks, rick. employer delaying mandate of obama care. what about the average american? shouldn't you get the same break companies are getting. one of the lawmakers fighting to make sure that happens, congressman mike kelly joins us coming up. caught on camera, a tractor flips a car upside down. how can anyone make it out alive? the incredible video coming up.
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welcome back. should individuals get the same break when it comes to obama care businesses do in the house voted to delay implementation of the individual mandate of the health care law by one year, the same amount of time the employer mandate was delayed by the obama administration. pennsylvania congressman mike kelly one of the lawmakers fighting to make sure the law is applied. nice to see you this morning. >> good to see you, too. thank for having me on. >> the president slamming republicans saying you've relate gated this again, 38th time brought up by the gop trying to derail the affordable health care act.
he says we have more important things to worry about in the country. >> it's coming off the tracks by itself, we're not trying to derail it. even the own party say it's a train wreck. if we believe all americans are treated fair and equally under the law, and this is the law, why do we protect employers and not those that work for them. individuals have a right to be treated equally. too hard for businesses, too hard forward individuals. good for the goose, good for the gander. if we're going to play by the rules, lets be fair and equal to everybody. we get accused of only protecting the wealthy. listen, we're trying to protect middle in come families just as much. we're in favor of protecting every single american every single day. >> you bring up a good point. in the wake of this, i believe it was valerie jarrett who said we approve this delay because we heard your complaints about it, your voices, we want to give you more time to understand it, allow for implementation.
if you go by that metric, why wouldn't you allow individuals to have that same leverage you would with the businesses? i don't understand what the difference would be? >> what we do understand is after four plus years administration, it's do as i say, not as i do. they pick and choose winners and losers all the time. it falls on the administration. they have to enforce laws. when they can pick and choose and say this group is protected, this is not, you have to sit back and wonder, maybe american people are starting to see the emperor doesn't have clothes. this is a case of lets treat everybody fairly, mr. president, lets do what's right and fair and equal. we're trying to shed a light on another part of this affordable care act. every day another shoe drops. we're finding out a lot of the things they said are not true. >> lets listen to congressman, you've been holding hearing after hearing trying to get to the bottom of things, fast and furious, benghazi, irs,
congressman a little frustrated by this. take a listen. >> i'm tired of this administration having to keep having these hearings. we've done it on fast and furious, benghazi. why? each time there's a pattern. nothing here. oh, just a couple of people. just move on. that's not true. when the ranking member went on national television and said this case should be closed, that's wrong. >> you guys have been trying to get answers. you haven't. you've got to be frustrated by this. why due keep having hearings if you're not getting anything? >> as congress we can oversee, hold hearings and expose but we can't prosecute and put in jail. this is a deliberative process. this is an administration, clayton, they are good at running out the clock, diversionary tactics, getting your eye off the ball. here is what we pledge to the american people. we are going to continue to look into every one of these
scandals. we're going to keep probing and get as deep as we can to find out how far and how high. we've got to get to the bottom. it's not fair to the american people not to get the answers. >> we're running out of time. great to see you. great city of pittsburgh. more "fox & friends" in three minutes. [ heart beating, monitor beeping ] woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ heart rate increases ] man: a few inches of water caused all this? [ heart rate increases ] woman #2: but i don't even live near the water. what you don't know about flood insurance may shock you --
welcome back. time for news by the numbers. first up second place that's where tiger woods is going in the final round of the british open. he's two shots behind the leader, lee westwood. next $500,000, that's how much the state department plans to spend creating jobs for youth in belize. that's right. crime is a big problem in that country and the state department says equipping kids with jobs or job training will make things safer. have they seen the city of chicago. finally four hours, that's
how long it could take a supersonic jet to fly anywhere. engineers are working on a cooling system that would give it mach speech. nights for 2015. tucker, are you on board for this one? >> are you kidding, i've already booked a seat. thank you. one colorado town giving residents a license to kill a drone. they hope to give out drone hunting licenses and offer bounties to those who strike them down. faa saying shooting an unmanned aircraft could result in civil or criminal liability as would a manned airplane. >> good morning to you, philip. >> good morning. >> how do you feel about getting the attention of the whole country now and a response from the faa saying you can't do
that? >> well, it's amazing that such a small town could have this effect but i think it strikes a chord with the american public. >> you wrote pretty specific guidelines on the screen. the drone must be apolo 12,000 feet, lower than 18 inches. you can't shoot down manned law enforcement aircraft. actually there's pretty strict regulation around this drone hunting license. >> yes, there are, as there would be in most other shooting sports, this has certain guidelines for safety. >> is there a season? >> no, there's no season. >> all right. how do you think the faa will be able to control? of this well, the problem is the faa has determined what they call navigable airspace to extend all the way to the ground.
and by that extension that would outlaw any shooting sports, duck hunting. that would even outlaw softball games. >> they are saying you will be fined if you get caught shooting down drones. you're saying you could make $50 to $100 if you shoot down the whole drone or fuselage. we were talking before the segment, i've never seen a drone. are they flying all over your city? what's the problem? >> they aren't flying yet. the new faa guidelines will take place in september 2015. so as of that date, you will have drones flying in civilian airspace. they will become ubiquitous. >> that really is the point here. leaving aside the question whether or not your drone hunting license actually goes into effect, why are there government drones flying over the united states, over people's homes? why is that going to happen?
that's the question yóft is it not? >> yes. there are many benefits to government, to corporations, all sorts of entities for information gathering. basically as far as government is concerned, it can be an end run around the fourth amendment. >> that prohibits unlawful search and seizure. >> thanks for joining us. thank you for the questions you're raising in doing this and good luck. >> thank you. >> imagine seeing this driving down the road, a tractor flipping a car upside down. more of this incredible video coming up. and grilling isn't just for the guys. how to be a girl who grills and throws the ultimate summer barbecue coming up. obviously don't change the channel. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] at hebrew national, we're so choosy about the cuts of beef that meet our higher kosher standards that only a slow-motion bite
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on camera. >> there's not much in lettuce. >> he's regular. >> i love them because they are so ugly they are cute. >> i went scuba diving at crystal springs, crystal river near tarpon, florida, where you can dive with the manatee and go down and see them. they have problems. the reason they don't live so long, boater accidents, propellers hit their back. >> were you scared? >> they are gentle beasts. >> they are. and herbi vors. >> lets see your heels. >> women in new york city, if you've ever been there and wear things like this in the city. there are all kinds of hazards in the city, sewer grates, all kinds of things. >> you talk about it like you know. >> i'm very aware.
it's hard for women to walk around the city in stilettos. now you can hire one to teach you how to walk in stilettos. >> $50 bucks an hour this guy charges. an instructor. >> this guy is a brilliant man, isn't he? >> the stiletto whisperer. he has an instructional video he but out as well. do we have a clip? >> i have it at home. lets put it up on the screen for viewers. >> many common mistakes made in heels, such as wobbly ankles, stiff knees, and gripping of the thig thighs. here are tips to avoid mistakes. >> brilliant. >> i wish we had a clip of the supermodel walking down the runway. >> she flipped. >> it's very hard to walk in them, so they are teaching you how to walk in them.
the purpose of the story, women like to wear high heels because they feel more successful, confident. >> not appealing at all. i may be the only man -- i like jack rogers sandals. i'm serious. >> there's a time and place. >> you wouldn't walk around -- >> why. >> birkenstocks. >> you could wear closed toed flat, maybe open in some businesses. >> my wife is a full foot taller than i am. when she puts on stilettos, which is rare, she's two feet taller than me. >> they make you feel skinnie and lompker and your legs are prettier. in new york, we ruin our shoes, i don't spend a lot on my shoes. some ladies do. this is where t.j.maxx comes in handy for me. the bottom of your heels get
caught in the grates and that ruins them. what we do in new york is put them in our bag and bring our jack rogers so when we get on the subway we're not worried about walking around in our heels. >> people are interested in shoes. >> news worthy topic. >> you keep talking about this. i'm going to do headlines. >> go ahead. >> caught on camera, the moment a man in a wheelchair set off a bomb inside the beijing airport. take a look at this. >> a bomb? >> i don't think so. >> the disabled man was reportedly protesting past mistreatment by security officials before the incident. he was the only one injured by the blast. the bomb was apparently ignited by gunpowder collected from fireworks. >> a family camping takes a terrifying turn when 2-year-old donovan lawson trips over a
campfire and fell face first into a campfire. the mom said she had just gotten up to get food when donovan took that terrifying tumble. >> keep your eyes on him and don't take them off for one second. that's all it takes. >> we let our guard down. we had gotten too comfortable. >> the toddler suffered third degree burns to his face, neck, and arms. doctors say he'll undergo several surgeries to repair that damage. imagine driving down the road and suddenly you see this. i'm curious why people have cameras set up in their car while they are driving. >> talk about fast reflexes. >> it's amazing. miraculously the driver failed to be hit by the car. it's russia where they have cameras in every car. behind the wheel apparently tried to pass a tractor but instead clipped it and it went
airborne. >> two of the world's biggest superheroes are now joining forces. >> i'm batman. >> in my world it means hope. >> here it's an s. >> batman and superman will be on the big screen together in 2015. it was just a matter of time. man of steel director zach snyder will direct the movie with henry cavill for super. will question is who will play batman. christian bale says he's done playing the caped crusader. >> i'll put myself out there. if you need a batman, i'll be happy to do it. would you back me on this? >> i'm voting for you for spock. lets be honest, a little typecasting. >> i think i can pull that off with my giant ears. >> batman. >> you would love it, be good at it, clayton.
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girls who grill can teach them a thing or two. here to show us grilling tips, perfect summer party stress free. thanks for being here. we're talking about grilling. the subject is grill. over we can grill. we can slap things on the grill. the question is can men do all the rest like we do. >> it's not just grilling but entertaining and hosting as well. >> what are recommendations. >> make it as easy as possible. get meats delivered to you and store bought marinade. thai basil marinade. we got chicken from swann's home delivery. take the marinade pack, slap it on and it's ready to go. >> then pork tenderloin. >> what we have here is a smithfield premarinaded pork tenderloin. >> prenadmarinaded.
>> i threw peaches on to make it look homemade. >> good to go, 10 to 12 minutes each side for each pound. >> what about the patties. >> also from the swann's truck. we put these on -- >> they don't come stuffed. do you that on your own? >> yes. >> how do you do that? >> there's -- >> you cut it in half. >> put it on the bottom, stuff it, put it on top and grill it. >> perfect. sounds great. she also has greek -- three-bean salad and cole slaw. >> three bean salad. >> desert. >> from the can, it's perfect. >> thank you so much. >> no problem. >> president obama entering the race to weigh in on the trayvon martin martin case. how have other presidents
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president obama entering the race debate this week, jumping in with both feet, weighing in on the trayvon martin martin case. >> when trayvon martin was first shot, i said this could have been my son. another way of saying that is trayvon martin could have been me 35 years ago. there are very few african-american men in this country who haven't had the experience of being followed when they were shopping in a department store. that includes me. >> how have other presidents and politicians handled the question of race throughout history. joining us to answer this question, thanks for coming on. president obama has compared himself explicitly at times but certainly implicitly often to
abraham lincoln. compare, if you will, the way lincoln dealt with race. >> he started the civil war in 1861, he was not an aboliti abolitionist, he was trying to preserve the union. it wasn't until it was going badly when he wrote the declaration proclamation. this war is more about freedom than union. he changed his views. i don't know if we're seeing president obama change his view. he has a static view on race and hasn't talked about it much. lincoln made equality the main point of the civil war. president obama has been a little absent on the views surprisingly. >> i don't think it's changed in 35 years. >> rfk campaigning hears martin
luther king has been killed, the audience, pretwitter, doesn't know and ad libs this response. i'll play a clip. >> what we need in the united states is not division. what we need in the united tt and lawlessness but love and wisdom and compassion toward one another, the feeling of justice toward those who still suffer within our country whether they be white or whether they be black. >> very famous address. he was credited with calming the crowd and keeping the city from getting torched after the assassination. how do you think bobby kennedy handled the in of race. >> bobby kennedy, that's an amazing speech.
he ex temperized it. >> bobby kennedy, worked for joe mccarthy, a bit of a conservative. over time he became progressive on civil rights. it was really bobby kennedy who was the driving force. he was a remarkable voice of calm during a turbulent time. that's what people most remember him for, i think. >> so bill clinton, who i think has sort of a mixed record on this. he, of course, gave his famous sister soldier speech. he was criticized after he compared jesse jackson and barack obama. how would you rate the way clinton compares race. >> a good question. it's a mixed review. for a while the joke was clinton was our first black president. he did have the moment during the campaign where he went
before the naacp and made a tough stance against rap lyrics. in 2008 it did hurt his reputation in a south carolina primary when he kind of compared president obama to jesse jackson as a way to marginalize him. tee a lot of heat and i don't know if he's recovered from that. it shows you even for somebody like president clinton, a deft politician, it's a tough issue. >> when he compared jesse jackson and president obama, i thought what a stupid comparison. now it doesn't seem so stupid. maybe he saw things the rest of us in the traveling press pool didn't. nick, thanks a lot. i appreciate it. fun in the swimming pool can be dangerous, too. tips ahead to make sure your kids stay safe while they cool off. imagine seeing this happen inside your own home while away on vacation. how one family caught this
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welcome back. it is hot. and what kid doesn't want to cool off in the pool. they constantly nag you to go to the pool. but before they dive in, there are serious safety tips every parent should know. >> or 44-year-old like you. especially since a new study by nationwide children's hospital says that about 250 kids every day are rushed to the hospital for some kind of a swimming-related injury. >> that's a high number. brendan is the director of the pool management and staff training with the imagine school
of swimming right here in new york. and he's brought some of his students and a giant pool from bass pro shops. nice to see you, brendan. >> nice to see you, too. >> break this down. walk us through some of these tips because i think we assume you've just got to keep your eye on the kids. you get distracted for a second and something bad can happen. >> absolutely. silent is actually ly l lly -- is a silent act. it's not like something you see in "baywatch." there's really no substitute for supervision. you have to do it properly. you can't just be there on the pool deck. you have to designate an adult to watching the water and making sure everyone is safe whenever there isn't a lifeguard present. >> like a lifeguard. >> a lot of parents now use the water wings and they think that's the way their kids will always be safe. you say you can't always trust them. >> yeah, don't trust the water wings. don't rely on flotation devices. swimming is really convenient
for parents to throw life jackets or water wings on kits, but it more often than not provides a false sense of security. they can slip off, deflate, they can even trap a kid face down in the water in the worst case. back to the previous point, there's no substitute for supervision. you want to make sure that if you're using a flotation device, like a coast guard-approved life jacket, avoid the inflatables and have that person watching the water the whole time. >> let's talk about fences. obviously, we've got this pool on the plaza. we don't really have a fence here. you've got a pool at home. how important is it to put up some sort of a fence? and how -- i guess -- >> are there regulations? so if you don't have a regulation in your state, you still should do it? >> absolutely. it's vital. you can't trust a backyard pool. you should treat it like a dangerous cliff right outside your backdoor. you need to fence it in. there should be gates that close and latch on their own. and you should even stack alarms on top of that so if you know if a gate opens, if something
splashes in the water, as many layers of protection as you can get. >> how can you prepare for an emergency, to be prepared if something does happen? >> all parents should be trained in cpr and first aid. it only takes a few hours to get that training. and there are a lot of classes through the red cross or different community organizations. you should also have a landline right near the pool area. >> a landline phone. >> a landline phone. if you call from a cell phone, then it takes a lot longer for them to route that call. it's good to have the land line available. and you should have a plan for emergencies with your family. plan out what happens. who's going to make the call. what you do after. who's going to administer cpr if, god forbid, it's necessary. >> you have a pool party of kids over to the house. a liability for the family? they've got to be -- they've got to have one designated to watch that. you've got a bunch of kids over at the family house to play in the pool, right? >> absolutely. you need a designated water watcher. like we said before, it's not enough just to be hanging out at the picnic table eating and drinking and thinking that if you're close to the kids, everything's going to be fine.
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atvs, bows and arrows, fishing poles. >> they are great. >> and ainsley in. >> i told ali, enjoy this vacation with your husband. i gladly fill will in. >> because we've got the creator of the cronut, the pastry sensation sweeping the country and the world. he is going to be here with his latest invention. you don't want to miss that. >> it's a croissant and a doughnut combined. >> right, but his newest one he's revealing today on "fox & friends." >> the man is a genius. yesterday there was a massive rally here in new york against the verdict in the george zimmerman trial. people -- the protesters in the streets angry about the stand your ground law. they are reeling what the president himself said in his press conference on friday in which he laid blame at the feet of this law. listen. >> and for those who resist that idea that we should think about something like the stand your ground laws, i just ask people
to consider if trayvon martin was at age and armed, could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk? and do we actually think that he would have been justified in shooting mr. zimmerman who had followed him in a car because he felt threatened? and if the answer to that question is at least ambiguous, then it seems to me that we might want to examine those kinds of laws. >> at one of these rallies yesterday, al sharpton trying to incite the crowd, of course always going where there's a camera. he said this in front of the crowd. he said the law hurts whites, blacks and asians. it's a human thing to want to end this law. he said stand your ground invites racial profiling, and he compared its impact on black person hads today to the past and the effect of slavery. >> this is stupidity. this is literally a tidal wave of dumbness is crashing over america, just to be totally clear here. stand your ground had nothing to
do with the zimmerman case. zimmerman was on his back. he could not have retreated. it was not raised by his defense team as a way to get him out of he's these charges. it had nothing to do with the case. this is a power grab by the left, by president obama, who are using this opportunity, the turmoil around this case, to push their agenda. >> further, this representative, the state representative of florida who wrote this law says -- and refutes al sharpton, saying that this is racial profiling -- he says this has actually protected african-americans. listen to him. >> some of the other rhetoric is very dangerous for our people, and it's driving a racial wedge into this which shouldn't be there. in fact, this law has protected many african-americans from prosecution who were simply stopping a violent act. 33% of those who utilize this defense were african-americans and proportionately that means
it benefited them twice as much as the general population. >> know your facts. if you don't like the stand your ground law, you need to look at the facts. he's saying 33% of those who have benefited in the state of florida are african-americans. >> yeah. it is being used as a political football right now as you have al sharpton going where crowds are, drumming up support from miami to los angeles with these protests. the other side of this -- and this is why they're trying to meld the two of them -- they say hey, the judge in this case gave jury instructions that mentioned stand your ground. therefore it's fair game for us to talk about it. they also learned the juror that came out and did interviews, juror number 37, that is why she didn't vote in the jury room to give second-degree murder or manslaughter, because she felt that stand your ground was at play. that's what informed her decision-making process, and not put zimmerman away for life. >> it has to do with obama and sharpton and the left. which has a really clear agenda.
they actually don't want you to have the right to make these decisions for your yourself. and they're using this opportunity to push their agenda. just as they used newtown to push gun control which would not have prevented newtown in the first place. >> it's interesting, i was doing research this morning. we had a map up of the united states. positive different sta 30 different states have stand your ground laws. it's not just florida. >> why? because there are many cases across the country where before these laws took effect, you had homeowners who were prosecuted for defending themselves in their own homes. >> we actually have video we're going to show you of somebody walking into someone's home. plus this. we told you yesterday about the renewal of the nsa and the ability for them to grab all of your e-mail, all of your phone records and keep that in a database. that's been renewed now. but now, that even seems small compared to what you're going to get under obamacare because once the obamacare database of
information goes into full effect, they're going to have access to everything that they can get their hands on as it relates to your health. >> everything that includes all of your medical records. it includes your income, your financial data, your social security numbers, again, that private health information, and the number of people in your family. your family size. >> you two are so paranoid. you're saying that just because the obama administration collects all this personal data on you, they might misuse it? they might, like, use the government to crush their political opponents? i don't think they would do that. >> i just trust the government with my personal data. they're fine. >> yeah. it's terrifying, actually. >> it is terrifying because if they have access to this information, they can piece together a narrative. and who's to say that they can't use that against you down the line? we saw this, of course, in the case of the irs, political opponents of the president, information being used -- political opponents -- not only of the president but democrats in general used against them in some capacity. >> conservative. >> who's to say that some of
this information couldn't be used for blackmail purposes within washington? i mean, you're from washington. you live in washington. i'm sure that city never, never uses things against other people. >> and by the way, is it even safe, right, to have this kind of data in one place? i mean, is the government capable of protecting this and keeping it private -- >> all it takes is one rogue employee to go in, hack all of this -- exactly. and it's very scary. don't you remember back in the day when you'd go to the doctor's office and everything in a chart. your doctor knew your information. then it was put into a computer system. the whole hospital can access your information. and now the whole country will be able to access your information. i worry. there could be one hacker that gets in and releases all this -- >> china. >> right. >> we know this, state-sponsored hackers. let me tell you other headlines. new overnight, a fox alert. three people have been found dead along the same block in cleveland over the last two days. this is extremely scary. east cleveland police say that
they have a 35-year-old man in custody at this hour. they say he is "a," a convict who has admitted to "b," having a fascination with serial killers. officials say they believe the deaths are all related. neighbors, of course, extremely concerned. >> something like this is very upsetting not only for me but for my children and grandchildren. >> police will expand their search looking for more bodies today. the suspect has not yet been charged with any crimes. the woman who fell to death at six flags in texas has been identified from dallas. there's her picture. we've learned she was concerned about the safety restraint on this roller coaster, the texas giant, before that ride left the station. saying that it didn't click properly. police are still trying to figure out exactly what happened, but they say foul play is not suspected. the ride remains closed while that investigation is under way. texas police think that a 15-year-old runaway was held captive in lubbock in that house for six weeks until she was able
to escape through a window on friday night. the investigators feared that there could be more girls like her. >> some of the information she was able to provide as we believe there were multiple people inside the house, possibly more victims, that people inside may be armed and that the house may be barricaded. so as a precautionary measure, we activated the s.w.a.t. team. >> so far no charges have been filed. do you remember sinbad? well, he recently filed for bankruptcy after owing a whopping $11 million to various creditors. and we have now learned that he was forced to pass a personal financial management course in exchange, uncle sam has agreed to wipe away that $11 million in debt. despite being $11 million in the hole, the comedian claims he only has $131,000 to his name. only. that's a lot. is that a fair tradeoff? we report. you decide. how do you get $11 million in the hole, by the way?
i mean, if you, like, started to get $100,000 in the hole, don't you pull back? >> doesn't he have people to manage his finances? >> i don't know. you know, i have mixed feelings, but i'm never going to take the side of the irs against the citizen. i'm just not going to. sorry. at least it's hard. i'm trying not to be unreasonable here. let's check in with rick outside. >> there's a lot of people wondering how you get that kind of a debt forgiven. >> right. >> if sinbad can get it, why can't everybody? >> seriously. we've got some visa bills we'd like forgiven out here for sure. let's look at the weather maps. we've got a few thing going on. much nicer temps across the northern plains. look at minneapolis, you're at 64 today, or this morning. chicago, you're at. 72. for everybody it's not as humid. that's the big break. the cold front moved through. it will stall out across areas of the mid-atlantic and throughout the ohio valley. we'll see scattered showers and pop-up thunderstorms as the day heats up.
and an upper-level disturbance around the great lakes will bring a few showers at times. in general, much better conditions. this morning, some rain showers across areas of southeast kansas, wichita, parts of oklahoma, the tulsa area. and down towards the southwest, take a look. southern california and southern arizona getting much needed rain. take a look at this picture out of vegas. two nights in a row, vegas has had some very good storms. and we had a beautiful shot. take a look at that lightning going across the vegas area. but these storms in vegas bringing the pretty lightning. that's amazing then also, bringing in some big flooding. take a look at some of the flooding shots there. a couple inches of rain falling in isolated spots. you quickly get flooding in parts of the southwest, causing some of those problems. we'll dry out today, and then we'll likely see a repeat with more showers and thunderstorms across the southwest. all right, guys. back to you inside. >> okay. >> thanks so much. >> wash away those sins down there. coming up on the show, president obama bringing race into the stand your ground
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well, president obama entering the race debate with a surprise appearance in the white house briefing room on friday. >> when trayvon martin was first shot, i said that this could have been my son. another way of saying that is, trayvon martin could have been me. 35 years ago. there are very few afric african-american men in this
country who haven't had the experience of being followed when they were shopping in a department store. that includes me. >> but are his comments dividing the nation rather than uniting it? joining us now with the host of "fox news sunday," chris wallace. good morning, chris. >> hi, guys. >> thanks for joining us. we have america's first black president coming out in public and basically calling america racist, and yet the washington press corps swoons, a thrill goes up their leg, they suspend their normal skepticism. what is it about the president's comments on race that makes your average washington reporter just fall in love all over again with the guy? >> look, i know that some people feel that he was stoking racial divisions rather than putting an end to them. i don't think that was his intention. i think he was trying to explain -- and this country does need a conversation on race, a continued conversation on race, trying to explain why the reaction in the white community and the black community were so different. and that they saw the shooting
of trayvon martin and the prosecution of george zimmerman in such different ways. and if he were stoking racial tensions, he certainly did a lousy job of it because there were thousands of people protesting in more than 100 c y cities around the country yesterday, and there was not a single act of violence or a single arrest. so i certainly don't think he was trying to stoke racial tensions. >> was there a political upside for the president going to the podium? some have argued this was the administration's attempt, because of the department of justice investigation which may or may not take place, as a way of softening the blow. if the president goes out there and basically says i don't think there's going to be a federal investigation here, that that preempts the doj coming back next week and saying, we are not going to investigate the zimmerman case? what do you think? >> well, he was certainly realistic about that. he said at one point, talking about the demands for some action on the federal level, that, you know, we should have clear expectations here. so i think he was certainly indicating to the blacks and whites who are demanding that
there be a federal follow-up, that that's not likely to happen. but, you know, on the other hand, look. he's the first african-american president. this has been a very racially divisive case, certainly in terms of the reaction to it. and it was something he felt about. you know, i think sometimes there's not a political angle in it. people just say what they believe. >> chris, on your show today, "fox news sunday," who are your guests? >> well, we're going to be talking, ainsley, to continue this conversation because it has divided people, and there are certainly a lot of people who think the president's remarks were over the line. we'll be talking to a rising conservative voice, the noted dr. ben carson, a conservative, and often a critic of the president as well as democratic congresswoman donna edwards of maryland, a member of the congressional black caucus. we're also going to talk about detroit. and of course, the extraordinary filing the largest filing for a municipal bankruptcy in the history of this country. detroit, $19 billion in debt.
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some quick headlines. a daring rescue for three children caught in a flash flood in arizona. the group was playing on a sandbar in a river basin when the water began rising rapidly around them. rescue crews rappelled and carried them to safety. nobody was hurt in the end. and if the rumors are true, we might have to wait at least until tuesday for the arrival of the royal baby. the duchess of cambridge was reportedly due friday, but her mother told friends the baby will have the star sign of leo. that will be his sign. he will not be named lee row.
tucker? well, police across the country now using high-technical ras to record your car's license plate. the technology is supposed to help catch criminals who might be on the run, but it's photographing and recording innocent drivers plates as well. is that fair? here to debate, pam dixon and rod wheeler, a former d.c. detective and fox news contributor. all right, guys, let's get into it. pam, you have a problem with this. you still think there are major questions out there that need answering. why and what are those questions? >> there's actually two big questions. the first is who has access to this information once it's been collected? so, for example, how many people within law enforcement have access for how long? is this information stored for all time? but an even greater question is this. a lot of this access actually comes from private companies that are collecting this information and selling it not just to law enforcement professionals but also to folks
who are collecting debts and to other people who may not even be related to law enforcement. and that's a concern. >> rod, here's what the eclu had to say about this. i'll put this up on the screen. they said license plates scanners are in effect. government location tracking systems according the movements of many innocent americans in huge databases. rod, what do you say to the aclu and pam's concerns about having this mfgs and how long do they keep it? >> i think those are excellent concerns, clayton. however, let me remind pam and the viewers this technology has been used for years, especially right after 9/11. a lot of police departments, over 77% of police departments across this country have been using this technology for the past ten years. this data, depending upon the location, this data is stored as short as 24 hours to as long as who ye 40 years. >> 40 years? >> 40 years, yeah, that's how long some police departments will hold this data.
whether or not somebody can hack into these systems and things like that, that's something we have to be concerned about. >> right. >> we haven't had any major issues with that yet. >> yet. pam, the concerns are such, we've seen what happened with the nsa, right? we know that this information being held and tracked. the executive branch having information about the judicial branch, about members of congress. they had access to all of this information. we've certainly dealt with corrupt police departments before. i lived in los angeles and saw it well. so are we led to believe that we can trust these police departments to keep our data for w 40 years, pam? >> 40 years is a really long time. i would urge police departments to look at real limits on how long they hold the data. i really understand the point that there's no statute of limitation on, for example, murder or other very serious violent crimes. and we need to take that into consideration. but here's the deal. there are also -- not every single police officer is
absolutely 100% terrific all the time. so we need to make sure that there is access control to this information and audit trails of everyone who's accessing it. so there's checks and balances. >> rod, we need checks and balances here, it seems to me. and certainly if you have this information, it's not just about the murderer who could have been at the scene of the crime, but when you have access to someone, maybe they're going to a health clinic because they have cancer. you're able to track this person's individual movements. who's to say this information can't be used down the road for blackmail purposes and other things that has nothing to do with the murder investigation? >> and you know what? i think that's definitely a good concern. however, you know, like i said, this technology has been used for years. and think of it like this. every time you go through a toll booth, your license plate number is snapped. and it goes into the same database. every time you go to the airport, your license plate number is snapped. now, could there be fraud using this database? of course there can. but you know what? clayton, i think there needs to be checks and balances in place, and they are in place.
we use this technology here in d.c., and it has been very successful. we've caught criminals. we've gout kcaught kidnappers. the sky's the limit. and especially when it comes to the fight on terrorism, this really works. >> all right, we've got to leave it there. pam dixon and rod wheeler, a great debate. fascinating. thanks for joining us. >> thank you guys. >> and let me know your thoughts on twitter. should we have this database, and do you trust it? coming up next on the show, one cop so furious with this "rolling stone" cover that he released his own pictures of the accused boston bomber. now he's suspended. but this morning there's a big update. then he holds the guinness record for the most ice cream scoops in a minute, and he's going to teach us a few new tricks. who's got the best scoop? will it be ainsley? will it be rick? will it be tucker or me? you know throughout history, folks have suffered from frequent heartburn. but getting heartburn and then treating day after day
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>> i mean, come on. that's an accident waiting to happen. sorry. >> it's not that appealing? >> no. >> because don't women find the husband sexy after he's gone out and mowed the lawn for two hours and he's sweaty and he's worked? now he's going to come back in two minutes and be, like, i'm done. >> he's going to run over himself. that's dangerous. how about this? i love this story. you know when you fill out online, you book your hotel reservation online and often it will say, do you have any special requests? maybe you need a crib in the room or perhaps you need some sort of handicapped entrance or something like that, special request. well, one couple decided they were going to play with this a little bit and say see if they can actually live up to this. they went on the website. here they are, dustin ray and girlfriend, lauren, they were booking a hotel. here was their special request. >> they asked for three red m&m's on the counter. not packages, just three single m&m's. i'm quoting, by the way. one for me, one for my girlfriend and one to split if we get hungry late at night. we also want a picture of bacon
set on the bed. i love pictures of bacon. >> so he does this as a joke. he shows up at this hotel down in texas. and this is what he finds. three red peanut m&m's. do we have a picture of what he found on the bed? >> this is great. this is a framed picture of bacon put on the bed. >> they walk into the hotel room, and he says what in the world is going on? then he remembers that he had put that in the little comment box for special requests. >> that is fantastic. >> now, we go back to that full screen of the request. i want to get the name of this hotel out there because what is the name of the hotel? >> it's in the -- is it the woodlands? >> woodlands. here it is, the woodlands resort near houston. that's great pr for these guys. >> right. >> they went above and beyond. they paid attention. i always think when you put in those special requests that no juan one's paying attention to it. >> i never put one in. >> what do you think the staff was thinking when they read that? don't you think they had a good
time with that, laughing and making fun of this couple? >> imagine what kind of room service you'd get if you order. like 1,100 mangos, meese. >> he said he's going to go back and give them -- he says i'm definitely going to go back, and i will write my wrong in the tip department because he feels badly for making these special requests. >> good for the woodlands resort. now for your headlines this morning. caught on camera. the moment a man in a wheelchair sets off a homemade bomb inside the beijing airport. >> [ bleep ] bombs. i don't think so. >> wow! the disabled man was reportedly protesting past mistreatment by security officials before the incident. he was the only one injured by that blast. the bomb was apparently ignited by gunpowder that was collected from some fireworks. he was known as america's deadliest sniper. his name's chris kyle, murdered, trying to help a fellow veteran. but a judge rules jesse ventura can sue him in the grave. kyle's wife will act as a substitute in this case. court documents say that ventura
sued kyle for defamation after being mentioned in his book, "american sniper." in the book, kyle said that he punched ventura for bad-mouthing the iraq war and president george w. bush back in 2006. ventura calls that a complete fabrication. kyle was killed at a gun range, as you might remember, earlier this year. thousands are stepping up to help the cop who released gritty evidence photos of the boston bomber. they're trying to help him keep his job. sergeant sean murray facebook page has more than 20,000 likes and has only been up for more than one day. he was not authorized to put up pictures and could be fired as a result. the page is asking murphy's bosses to go easy on him. and hooters is trying to make its restaurant a hoot again. the chain giving its 30-year logo, which is on the left, a more modern feel. a company spokesman says that the new look, hootie owl on the
right, is a little leaner and a little meaner. hooters looking to appeal to a younger crowd amid increasing competition from smaller chain restaurants. the new logo will appear on menus, outdoor signs and, of course, waitresses' tank tops. and those are your headlines. rick, what do you think about that? >> i'm -- i'm a traditionalist. i think in general. hey, take a look at the weather maps. and we'll walk you through what you're going to see temperaturewise for today. pick your city right now and then see what's going to happen throughout the day. we're going to see cooler temperatures across the northern plains and the great lakes and the northeast. and the southeast, you're still looking cooler than typical, at least. most of the heat is going to be across areas of the west now and down towards the southern plains. by midnight tonight, dallas, you're still going to be at 83 degrees. warm across areas of texas and oklahoma. today we're going to see more scattered showers around the mid-atlantic. we're going to see the front that's moved through and cooled temperatures down and brought
the humidity down. but that front will stall out and we'll see a few scattered showers popping up from time to time. same goes for the south. you're on the southern side of that front. so it's a little more humid. as the sun heats the lower atmosphere up, we'll see showers. a few severe storms including a tornado or two possible across areas of the high plains. especially areas of north dakota looking at a threat for some tornadoes today. and then out across the west, the pacific northwest, looking spectacular. it's the south where we've got some rain. and it's so warm, what do you want to do? you want to eat ice cream, don't you? >> it is national ice cream day and it's national ice cream month. >> ice cream sundae. on a sunday. >> isn't july ice cream month? >> yes. >> i think july is indeed national ice cream month. and what better way to celebrate than with -- and i'm not exaggerating here -- by the way, ronald reagan designated july ice cream month. mitch cohen, who is a baskin-robbins franchise owner, also the world record scooper of ice cream. >> that's right. you. >> hold the record.
>> 19 scoops in one minute. >> 19 scoops in one minute. now, rick and i are going to square off against each other. tucker is going to judge our performance. >> yes, i am. >> can you show us what goes into the scooping process? >> sure. >> can you give us a few scoops to show us. >> real quick, make sure you always have a very wet scooper. >> i always say. >> do you wet your scooper between each scoop? >> that's a trade secret. i can't divulge. you could either use the "s" motion. >> the "s" motion. okay. >> okay. or you could go around the sides. being the way the ice cream is soft right now, i go right up the middle, which is the third motion. >> do you have any aprons? because i think clayton's going to make a big mess. >> yeah, no question. >> all right. i've got a head start on you over here, clayton. >> we've got 31 seconds as befits baskin-robbins, 31 flavors. positive seconds
30 seconds on the clock. i'm not really going to judge. i'm going to count. ready? three, two, one, go. ♪ >> wow, look at this. rick, you're looking good. you've already got four. >> no, that's not fair. you set him up with a few. >> he paid me off. how many in a minute? that's unbelievable. >> 19 in one minute. i've got four. >> rick's struggling a little bit. >> keep going. >> i'm not sure -- >> i know tucker is grab and go. >> no one has said anything about selling them. >> i know there's -- what? that's it? >> here, you can put that in the cone. you can count that one. >> can i make another one? listen, i know we have a lot of viewers. >> it's a tie. >> it's a tie. it's a dtie because you can't count the ones he already did. >> does either one get style points? >> either one of these guys can come to baskin-robbins through july and august. if you get a double scoop, you
get a waffle cone. >> mitch cohen, world record scooper. >> appreciate it. next on "the rundown," a new threat when you fly. the bombs avoided by the tsa. and chances are you've seen this story. follow the pope on twitter and get a fast path to heaven. is that true? is that what the pope really promised? father jonathan is on deck to explain. my mantra? trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer.
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the mayor is denying any wrongdoing. the move is a first for the s.e.c. the head of the tsa calls it america's greatest threat. the underwear bomb two. that's because the new device has the potential to be much more effective than the first version. yikes! and calk which keeps it being detected by bomb-sniffing dogs or tsa equipment. that's scary. chances are you've seen the story this week, the vatican following the pope on twitter puts you straight to heaven.
some of the worst reporting almost as if the producers and editors say we don't believe this religion stuff anyway. put whatever you want out there or good religion reporters who write a different story or a good story and then the editors put this out, this crazy title. and that's what happened in this story. >> tell us what the vatican did say and what the vatican meant. >> this is about the fact that appropriate francis is going to take his first international trip coming up to rio de janeiro this weekend, over 2 million young people are expected. it's world youth day. over 2 million young people are going to be showing up to be with pope francis. and they put out a statement that, you know, even though many people can't go to rio da jy j jannero because they can't afford it or because of health reasons or whatever, they invite
you to follow the pope on the internet and other digital media. and this was a way to say, you know, we actually believe that this media internet, twitter, facebook and all of this, it's not just some parallel universe. it's actually real. >> it's actual communication. >> it's real communication. you can have a real experience. even though it's not the shame thi same thing. >> and people saying people are not going to church anymore. >> exactly right. there's been a lot of faith, taking a pilgrimage, going to mecca or jerusalem or in this case going on a pilgrimage with the pope, there's special grace as tached, special blessings when you talk the sacrifice to do that. and the vatican was saying if you take this seriously and have a real spiritual following of this event, that, too, brings with it special blessings. >> what a great message. i'm following him now. >> there you go. look at that. >> and it's like a message straight from the pope to me,
which i think is cool. dear young friends. i know many of you are still traveling to rio. may the lord accompany you on your way. >> there you go. >> he only has two followers. >> no, 2.7 million, mister. >> thanks, father. >> with regards -- i'm going to be posting regularly on both facebook and twitter @fatherjonathanmorris during these days to try to get all of our viewers a special up-close look at what's going on. >> and you get to go straight to heaven if you follow father jonathan morris on twitter. >> oh, definitely. my name is mike and i quit smoking.
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showing you cool safety, backyard gadgets to help your summer kick off to a great start. my wife was complaining there are already pants for sale in stores for fall. like it is -- don't rush fall yet. i know it is hot but we still have a few more weeks of summer. >> they'll start putting christmas stuff out in like a month. >> christmas stuff! you're upsetting me. >> halloween is almost here. it was rahm emanuel who's now the mayor of chicago who once famously said never let a good crisis go to waste. many going tos in the political sphere are taking that to heart in the aftermath of the zimmerman case. various politicians have used that passion to put their own agendas. the president first among them linking this case to stand your ground laws. there is of course no connection between the zimmerman case and stand your ground laws but you'd never know that listening to president obama. watch. >> and for those who resist that
idea that we should think about something like the stand your ground laws, i just ask people to consider if trayvon martin was of age and armed could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk. and do we actually think that he would have been justified in shooting mr. zimmerman who had followed him in a car because he felt threatened. and if the answer to that question is at least ambiguous, then it seems to me that we might want to examine those kinds of laws. >> that's a different debate. right? having a discussion about stand your ground separate from this case which was not actually part of the process. the defense stepped back, they didn't use this as part of their defense in the pre-trial hearing. they stood with the self-defense in all of this. >> so why the confusion? why did we think it was stand your ground at first? >> because of the media.
and you have demagogs out there, the likes of al sharpton -- >> the facts are wrong. it wasn't about that. >> they're jumping on-board and riding the coat tails of all of this attention. that's what they're focused on. what he said yesterday, specifically sharpton said the law hurts black people, it hurts whites and asians. he likened it to slavery. he should be struck down just for -- there ought to be some penalty for saying something that false. >> he are saying the law hurts people but if you talk to the man who actually wrote the law down in florida, a florida state representative, he says this law actually helps more than it does hurt. he says 33% of those who benefit from this law down in florida are african-american. >> well, the majority of states have this law on the books and there is a reason for that. it is because people have a right to defend themselves when they feel threatened. they feel their lives are in peril they have a right to defend their own lives.
time and again various homeowners in various states were being prosecuted for doing that, defending themselves. these laws were put in place by legislatures as a way to reinforce the individual's right to self-defense. >> here are the states. not just florida. all up into alaska. over 30 states have this law on the books. if you want a debate about it, great, but it had nothing to do with this case specifically. >> if states get rid of these laws you will not have the right to defend yourself in your own house? >> no. these laws, meant to bolster -- to make it very clear to prosecutors that people have a right to defend themselves. >> you had some hollywood types coming out at these rallies yesterday because they took place from miami out to los angeles. beyonce and jay-z made an appearance but not everyone in hollywood is on the president's side. actor james woods took to twitter yesterday and wanted to tweet about race. he said the president's race speech -- all youth of every heritage in this country would
benefit from jobs and manageable student loans, not a bloated welfare state. he said the only reason that people lock their doors when obama walks by is they are afraid that he'll tax them to death. that was james woods, the actor. >> if you want to read some of his tweets, there are eight or nine tweets he just tweeted yesterday. >> he had a busy weekend. >> not outnumbered by barbara streisand. he does not speak for hollywood. a man alone but a brave man. let's talk about illinois this morning which is now bragging this morning saying we've got our stuff together. you know why? because only 2% fraud is showing up in our food stamp program. only 2%. we've got some fraud, sure. but don't be so concerned about it in our snack program. when you run the numbers, they are absolutely troubling. this fraud is not just some simple rounding error. it is a lot of money. >> yeah. $50 million, a lot of money, wasted tax dollars. this story really mazes me
because we are expected to pay our ta taxes, work really hard, show up, pay or taxes but yet our tax dollars are not being spent properly. $50 million waste? that's a lot of money. >> that's just in one state. it is not surprising 16% of illinois residents are on food stamps. the program in that state has grown by almost 12% in the last year. why? because the country's gotten 12% poorer? no. because the people who administer that program have built in insin tecentives to si more welfare recipients. students are offered snap programs. if you're a full-time student in college, are you on foot stamps? is there something wrong with that? are you really the neediest if you're full time in school? are you really a poverty stricken person for whom had this person was designed? >> those types of stories don't really irk me as much because i am willing to help people who need the help. what gets me is someone like the
octomom, she is make 2g $00,000 a year, having all these kids. then we find out she's getting welfare? she makes $200,000 a year. why am i working so hard to pay for people who don't need the money? >> the obama administration has signed an agreement with the government of mexico to offer food stamps to immigrants the second they get here. the second they get here. talk about subverting the american dream. the basic age-old bargain. you come here and we offer you freedom and the rule of law and you work harpd and add to the system. the obama administration the past five years has up-ended that arrangement. saying come here and the second you arrive, you get welfare. >> nationwide statistics of the food stamp program from 2008 to now. in 2008 it was 28.2 million folks that were on this. the cost of $37 billion. now 2013 -- 47 million folks on it. >> almost doubled. not that much time has passed. >> that's unbelievable. keep in mind there are only 300 million people in the country.
if you've got 47 million people on food stamps, that's a huge proportion of all americans. let us know what you think about that. find us on twitter at sfweekend. we'll start with a fox news alert. three people have been found dead along the same block in cleveland over the last two days. east cleveland police say that they have a 35-year-old man in custody at this hour. they say he is a former convict who's admitted to having a fascination with serial killers. officials say that they believe the deaths are all related. neighbors are extremely concernethis is very upsetting not only for me but for my children and grandchildren. >> police will expand their search looking for more bodies today. the suspect has not been charged with any crime. texas police think a 15-year-old runaway was held captive in this house in will you be b-- lubbock until she escaped through a window friday night. >> based on information she was able to provide us we believe there were multiple people
inside the house, possibly more victims, that people inside may be armed and so as precaution we have the s.w.a.t. team hit the house. >> so far no charges have been filed. the woman who fell to her death on friday at six flags over texas. identified now as rosie esparza. we are learning she was concerned the restraint on that roller coaster didn't click properly. police are still trying to figure out what happened exactly but say foul play is not suspected. the ride remains closed until that investigation completes. the most awesome proposal ever. >> what did he do? don't eat the box. i've got a present for you.
>> he gave me a present. >> what do you reckon? >> she said yes of course. they included the dog. isn't that the best feeling? do you guys remember when you proposed? i remember my husband and i said we've got to have children so we can perpetuate this. after the wedding we were like, gosh, we have to have kids so that we get excited when they get engaged, then they have their wedding. it is such a great feeling. >> i did something a little different. i strapped my ring to the back of a turtle -- >> did you really? >> it still hasn't arrived. >> took forever to get here. >> that was cute. kind of corny but i expect that from dave, our floor manager.
>> yeah. take that as a compliment. i thut dog was going to eat the ring. >> that's what he said before. he said do not eat the ring. nice crowd out here this morning. very excited. that's mostly rhode island. i can tell you. mostly. good job, rhode island. and toronto. take a look at the weather maps. we've had had some tornadoes across parts of canada. not toronto. temps wise, much better temps and humidity has gone down across areas of the great lakes and northeast. plains, however, chance of tornadoes in north dakota and maybe far northwestern minnesota. down across parts of the panhandle of nebraska, northeastern colorado could see a few strong storms, mostly hail and wind. in the southeast, more showers across florida and georgia. today we'll see more as the take
heats up. this morning some big thunderstorms kind of just stalled out across southeastern parts of kansas and northern oklahoma, northeastern oklahoma. that means we are seeing some flooding there. be careful if you head out on the roads across those areas. across the southwest, great monsoonal moisture. they desperately need it. some of the rain making its way to where the fires are burning into southern california which is some great news. temps today, warming up across parts of the west. you will see the heat soon. cooling things down across much of the east. >> thank you. account government force retailers to pay their workers more than the minimum wage? the answer it turns out is yes, they can make you do anything. this morning brand-new fallout from that fact. we'll tell you why. and america, get out your clee next kleenexes. you'll be tearful. be prepared to say good-bye to this. >> it's me honey boo-boo child. >> word this morning that honey
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here's a question for you this morning -- should the government get to regulate wages that private businesses pay their workers? the most recent example -- walmart. the discount retailer known for refusing to unionize says he will leave the washington, d.c. area after the city council there passed a law requiring higher wages. joining us now, senior research fellow at the employment policies institute, michael salzman, here to educate us all.
how is this different than say the minimum wage bill? >> so the living wage it celtse a higher level. the way the legislation is written, it pretty much only apprise to walmart and then possibly some other large retailers. but in this case it seems pretty clear that this was something that the unions had cooked up just to target walmart specifically. >> you have to have a threshold of a certain number of employees for this to take effect? >> that's right. there is a certain square footage, then there is a certain level of income. i think it is $1 billion that the parent company has to have in order for it to apply to you. >> at issue is whether or not these private companies can have local city council, specifically d.c., tell them that they need to raise their wages for their employees. the argument for it as the city council has put forth is this -- two improve job quality and it would increase opportunity. walmart saying that's not the case. what do you make of that argument? >> i think what's happened is you've seen the problem with the
city council's argument. so what walmart has said, well, we're going to go with three of the stores with, we're not going to go ahead with three others. there was an interesting article in the "new york times" this morning where they actually interviewed people in d.c. people in d.c. were saying, look, i'd actually like this job, i would be happy to work there and i don't think people in the wilson building downtown really understand what i'm going through. so i think there is a disconnect here between what maybe some of the d.c. politicians are hearing from the union people who are backing them in terms of what people in the community actually want. >> there are a lot of folks that believe that this is actually a union push because they sent out massive e-mails as a result of this asking union members to get on-board. here is the wage difference. the city minimum wage is $8.25. under this living wage for those that make $1 billion in operating costs there for retailers will be $12.50. so they say this shows -- this speaks right to our values. this speaks right to our values as union workers that we need to
get this living wage. is that their argument? >> that is their argument. i think at the end of the day it is sort of cold comfort to people who are living in wards in the that have an 11% and 14% unemployment rate to say well, we'd like a living wage and because of that we'll take an all-or-nothing approach and hundreds of jobs that would be created aren't going to be. >> that's the crux of it. right? these companies are saying we're going to leave now. so your effort to get us to improve this community and have more jobs and community, we're going to shut down walmart -- there are other companies involved -- target, lowe's and others who say we'll leave. people will be out of work instead of getting work. >> that's right. i think it is sort of confusing how you can be a representative for workers and at the same time be telling hundreds of those across the district who would like to work that we're going to support a bill that is going to make sure you're not able to. >> unbelievable. senior research fellow at the employment policies institute, thanks for helping us through
this. we appreciate it. coming up here on the show -- imagine seeing this happening inside of your home. you are on vacation and you look on your smartphone and you see this video being transmitted from your home while you're at the beach. this person walking in your garage with a ski mask on. we'll explain what happened next. it is not just humans who are vulnerable during the heat. your pets are too. how to keep them safe in the summer. we'll show you great tips when we come back. wait a sec! i found our colors. we've made a decision. great, let's go get you set up... you need brushes... you should check out our workshops... push your color boundaries while staying well within your budget walls. i want to paint something else.
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tiger woods is in the hunt at british hope. less than an hour until he tees off in the final round. tiger sits two shots behind the leader, lee westbrook and is tied for second place right now. dramatic flood rescue caught on camera in mexico. crews risking their lives to save strangers stranded on vehicles in the fast moving waters. . heavy rain left hundreds without homes and blamed for the death of at least one person. the heat has taken a toll on most americans the past week but we can't neglect our little four-legged friends or big four-legged friends. how can we keep them safe during the summer heat? we'll welcome veterinarian heather windsor, thanks for joining us. what's going on here with jasper? >> i'm working hard to try to keep him cool. he has a ball filled with frozen
brought. heat is such a big deal in our dogs. last year three dogs died because owners didn't know the signs. the big deal is how the dog is breathing. if he difficulty breathing or they sound like -- they're in dispress because dogs don't sweat. right? instead they cool off by panting. so if you have any of that sound or you have purple gums or -- they could even be collapsed. you need to rush them in. >> say you're out in -- going for a run with your dog, a long way from the vet. and you hear your dog go -- i think a lot of us have heard that. what do you do? >> try not to panic. fight the instinct to grab something super cold. i'm going to demonstrate on jasper. use warm water. not cold. i know. get the parts of his body that are nice and hair-free like the
ears and especially in the belly. i know he's fluffy but we still want to get underneath the belly. that mimics sweating. >> speaking of furry, we have a remarkable animal over here. >> this beautiful guy hates the heat. he actually sleeps upside down in a bathtub to stay cool. >> i can understand why. we got him these great cooling mats. this one you fill up with water. then it is just the pressure of him sitting on it actually activates the gel and it keeps it nice and cool. so he's loving it. he is an older guy. he's 8 so we worry about his joints and making sure he's supported. so it is even a therapeutic mat. this is darla that's wearing a great collar we soak in water. we pick it up at a local pet store. if you're not breathing well,
you can't cool off well. she with that flat face, she can't. she's been enjoying her yappy treats dog frozen yogurt. they love it. >> finally, grayson. this is such a smart little dog. what's he have on his feet? >> he goes on walks with his owner in the heat of the day and we worried about the pavement. so these booties keep his feet from getting too warm. this wax is like petroleum jelly and you put it on their feet and it helps protect them from the salt and heat. they're nice and lightweight. they don't even realize they are wearing them. >> that is amazing. he's a smart looking little dog. >> he is. he's not bothered by it. >> the heavier doones, you worr they're not going to walk. don't keep your dogs in a hot car either. >> thanks a lot.
>> thank you so much. hey, clayton. coming up here on the show -- imagine seeing this driving down the road and suddenly this happens right in front of you. tractor, car, come flying right at you. more of this incredible video coming up. half doughnut, half croissant has caused such a craze here in new york city. every morning around 5:00 a.m. people line up for it. the man behind that brilliant invention is unveiling his newest creation right here on f"fox & friends." we'll try it when we come back.
careroissan croissant. >> chef dominique is the creator of both sweet treats. put this in context. what is the cronut? >> it was one of my creations that i put on the menu back in may. it is a hybrid between a croissant and doughnut. this flaky delicious -- >> people every morning line up around the block in soho to go to your bakery. they start at like 5:00 p.m. and get in line. >> we do 300, 260 every day now. >> there are lots of lines for things in new york when you come here. there's lines for magnolia bakery. shake shack. not that they're not great places but this is a very different thing. i had a friend from london the other day text me and say have you eaten the cronut. this has taken off. you say it is only been around
for two months? >> only for eight weeks. we try to keep up and make a little bit more every day. >> you came to this country from france and in the short time you've been here you've improved our nation already. tell us what this is. >> this is something new, your newest creation. >> just launched it a few days ago. i want to change the way we eat ice cream and also change the way it is presented. this frozen marshmallowy ice cream coated with crunchy chocolate. it is a special recipe of marshmallow that can be eaten frozen. >> this just on any stick. >> this is widow wood. we smoke the branch of widow wood. smells like gunfire. >> can we do a real test? >> the whole experience. >> you want to try this?
>> we tried to be innovative and creative. >> you are the alexander graham bell. >> i was trying to give it to a test to test it out here for the first time. one of our viewers? who's the lucky viewer? you want to try it? what's your name? >> paige. >> paige is going to try the frozen some more. are you ready? >> yes. >> give it a good bite. get in there! >> and the verdict? >> it is marshmallowy ice cream on the outside. a crispy, crunchy cell that's caramelized on the outside --
>> where do you think of this? are you in the shower? >> i think about it every day. >> when does it come to you though? >> any time. any time during the day, anywhere i go. >> i can try one? >> sure. go for it. >> let's be clear. you make 350 cronuts a day. >> this is our signature on our best seller and also my favorite. >> you weigh about 125 pounds. something is working. >> this is unbelievable. >> how am i in here awe and yous got that segment? thank you. now for your fox headlines this morning. caught on camera, a bomb detonated inside the beijing airport. >> is that really a [ bleep ] bomb? i don't think so. >> wow.
wheelchair bound man was reportedly protesting past mistreatment by security officials before this incident. he was the only one injured by the blast. bomb was apparently ignited by gun powder collected by some fireworks. thousands are stepping up to help the cops who released these gritty evidence photos of the boston bomber trying to help him keep his job. the save sergeant sean murphy released the photos in protest to a "rolling stone" cover but was not authorized to do so and could be fired. imagine driving down the road and this happens. barely missed that car. miraculously the driver avoided being hit by that flying car in russia. the person behind the wheel in the other vehicle apparently tried to pass a tractor but instead clipped it and went airborne. a famous beauty pageant
queen, unfortunately, guys, she is hanging up her tiara. >> the dollar make me holla, honey boo-boo. >> oh, no she didn't. that's right. honey boo-boo retiring from the pageant circuit. her family got its own spin-off show and now mama june says that they are done. honey boo-boo doesn't have time, she says, to compete anymore. she's going to focus on school and focus on her brand. >> oh, yeah. what's her brand? >> the frozen s'mores, amazing. hold on. we'll talk about this segment first. can you handle it? this is amazing. we all go on vacation, you take a little trip and you want to check in on your home, maybe
neighbors check in on things. now people are using cameras in their house to check in using their smartphone. this family is away on vacation. they use a app that alerted them someone was in their garage. wearing a ski mask. robbing their house, standing around. he's just hanging out deciding what he's going to steal. grab some bikes. showing them right on their smartphone app that this person -- >> first time i saw this i got like a panicky feeling. imagine if this happened to you. i would be furious, i'd be scared. this guy's just hanging out in their garage going through their things. >> she's sitting in bed with remember husband, 5:30 in the morning. they're in sun valley, idaho on vacation. she just pulls up her eye phone. pulls this up to see how her -- bam! there that he creep in had her garage with a ski mask on. >> she gets an alert for it. there are certain really cheap solutions like drop cams, for $100. >> she got an alert. >> yeah. smartphone alert, motion was
detected using this camera. then able to call police, come in and bust this guy. he's there thinking no one's home, someone a couple hundred miles away is watching on the smartphone. >> i know he got away. police were on their way there and he took off. i wonder if they've caught him yet. can you make -- you can't really make out who this guy is, unfortunately? >> he looks like he's just lollygagging around, knows that they're on vacation. we've seen a number of these hidden cameras around the holidays when people steal packages off people's front doors. coming up on the show -- you are allowed to eat now. leaving your cash and credit cards at home. brand-new technology that lets you pay with your face. then the government spends billions on green energy. what exactly do we have to show for it. turns out -- nothing. the shocking new study on where your money is being wasted and who is getting rich from it.
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a quick check of your headlines. if the rumors are true, we might have to wait until at least tuesday for the royal baby to arrive. the duchess of cambridge was reportedly due on friday but her mother told friends that the baby will have the star sign of leo, which begins on july 23rd. and are you tired of pulling out your wallet? pay by face now. what's is this?
based company is working on software that would turn your face into a credit card. how is that even possible? all you'd have to do is nod at soon to be created facial recognition check outlines and this would allow a store computer to instantly deduct funds from your bank account. tucker, i know you very well and i think that you might be scared by this. they can start charging you if you just look at them. >> as the father of three daughters, i'm very much against this. thank you. the issue of climate change topped the president's agenda whi but a shocking new study reveals many new subsidies have had no effect at all on reducing greenhouse gas emissions which was supposed to be the whole point. what does this mean for the future of the green energy sector? the ceo of solar 3-d joins us now, jim, thanks for coming on. this is an enormous amount of
money, $48 billion. you would expect to have something to show for it. and it is nothing? >> it's true but this shouldn't be a surprise to anybody. the fact is that in order to make a difference in green house gases in the world there needs to be full-scale adoption. it needs to run for a couple of years and it can't just be in america. it has to be throughout the world. the fact is that no government and no set of governments has enough resources to go about making this kind of change. only the forces of the free market have that kind of power. >> it seems to me that whenever politicians -- it is not just obama. seems especially obama but any politician -- decides which companies ought to prosper and which ought to fail, you create an environment where corruption is inevitable. isn't it? well, i think so. part of it is just that so many things that are political end up being emotion and. frankly, there's -- they just need to be rational and make good decisions because it is all
about economics in the end. the fact is that green energy isn't currently economical when it is not competitive to the low cost alternatives to energy. what has to happen is that green energy needs to reduce its costs relative to the low cost alternatives and that means innovation. there are roles for government but the role is not where they are spending money on these subsidies and on loan guarantees and so forth. it needs to be in promoting innovation. >> don't you delay innovation when you subsidize something? where's the incentive to make your energy source profitable if you're just getting handouts from the government? >> well, that's exactly right. economically unviable technology is promoted when it is force fed to the american public. at solar 3-d we are for example developing a new solar cell that will double the amount of energy out of solar but the focus seems to be on getting solar that's
not technologically viable. forcing it on to the public. >> it does seem like there is a connection between ceos who approve of the president's agendas and in some cases ceos who contributed to his campaign and those who get government subsidies. >> let me give you an example. the government has given $40 billion-plus in loan guarantees. there are two types of loan guarantees. one is to project finance which shouldn't need loan guarantees if they are viable. the other is to technologies trying to be developed and then commercialized, most of which seem to have failed in the government program so far. that is a much bigger program than a program that's actually very good which is the program essentially giving a quarter million dollars a year to new technology. that's where the government should focus. >> of course. but it is heavily political because it is politicians makes the choices.
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isn't he cute? he's going to be joining us in just a minute to show off some of his swim skills. >> this is amazing. nice to see you this morning. jack, welcome. he is a year and a half, folks. my son is almost 3. he can barely swim. just learning and taking his first strokes in swim class. this is amazing. >> thank you. we are really dedicated to working to make sure children have an extra layer of protection when it comes to their safety in the water. it's important to have all the regular lines of protection that we have supervision and fencing, but we we know children make their way to water alone time after time with tragic results. an extra layer of protection with isr self-rescue skills. >> how does it work? >> we work with the children one on one. all our lessons are one on one, five days a week for ten minutes each day. they're structured for the way children learn physical skills naturally. the difference here is water can be a very dangerous environment. instructors are highly trained
to work with them effectively. >> this isn't really about having fun in the water. it's about safety and if gosh forbid they fall in the water they can get out quickly, safely. you start 6 months, 8 months, the float on your back process. >> between 6 months and 12 months they learn the important isr self-rescue skills. roll on their back and rest and breathe until help can get to them. once they're walking, 12 or 13 months for most kids, they're able to learn what you saw jack do. swim, roll back and float and continue that process. >> will you show us? we want to see him do that. thank you. >> that child looks so much like you it's unbelievable. >> i know. he's so cute. such a trouper, too. the water's cold. he's a little fish. he automatically goes to his back. good job, jack. you're doing a great job, honey. it's okay.
wow. good job, jack. >> awesome. >> normally he's a lot happier. it's pretty cold in here today. >> it is cold in midtown manhattan. >> oh, wow. it is cold in there. ashley, you say if they're able to crawl, they make it to water. you have to teach them this. the water is a different environment. >> this is a physical skill just like any other physical skill. just a different environment. it's okay. >> you're doing a great job. >> doing a great job. that is awesome. how can people find out more information about this. >> they can go to our website infantswim.com. find an instructor in their area by entering their zip code. >> infantswim.com. >> while you get out do you want me to take jack and give him some ice cream. >> i don't think he needs anything cold right now. >> that's true. hot chocolate. >> we'll be back. more "fox three minutes. all business purchases.
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welcome back to "fox and friends." tomorrow on the big show donald trump will be here and nick cannon will be here also. >> nick cannon. >> carey's husband? >> mariah carey's husband? >> isn't that true? >> yes, it is. >> he's funny. >> very, very funny. very nice. >> he probably likes being referred to as mariah carey's husband all the time. >> getting in the pool? >> get away. get away. >> we're going to save that for the after the show show when we toss clayton in. to catch that, logon to
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