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>> scott says publicly shaming for sure. don says used to be going to jail was public shaming. >> amy says i prefer neither. that's why i follow the law. >> very good, amy. >> "fox & friends first" is going to begin shortly -- >> "fox & friends," you mean. >> thanks for watching. good morning. it is monday, september 22. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. police issue an arrest warrant for a person of interest in the case of missing university of virginia student hannah graham. >> i believe jesse matthew was the last person she was seen with before she vanished off the face of the earth. >> plus this morning her emotional parents speaking out for the very first time. >> meanwhile, another fox news alert. three afghan soldiers who were visiting a military training camp here in this country in massachusetts are missing this morning. where are they?
and what kind of a threat do they pose to anybody around there? >> plus this will make your monday. a look at what happens when dogs go under water. yeah. they keep their eyes open, one thing is clear. mornings are better with friends. watch this animation. >> welcome aboard, folks. it's official. say so long to sun screen and hello pumpkin spice latte. today is the first day of fall. >> you make it sound good with the latte. >> put it this way, if you were outside yesterday i think it's time to keep your muscle t-shirts out and your tight little shorts available because i believe that the weather is not giving up on the summer. >> you think there's still tanning potential? >> that's what i'm saying. if you wear your liner in your jacket, i think you're going to be sweaty. >> where did you spend your
sunday? at hooters? >> just sayin'. >> i'm just sayin' too. keep your tight little shorts? >> don't judge me. >> it is the autumnal equinox today, first day of fall and we start with a fox news alert. that person of interest in the case of missing student hannah graham now a wanted man. police in charlottesville, virginia, issued an arrest warrant for jesse matthew. ainsley earhardt joins us with the details. ainsley, didn't the police talk to him for a minute? >> yeah, they did. but now the virginia state police, they're on the hunt again for this guy. his name is jesse matthew. they have a warrant for his arrest charging him with reckless driving. police say over the weekend matthew, who is a person of interest in the disappearance of university of virginia student 18-year-old hannah graham, walked into a police station, spoke to a lawyer, then got into a car and
sped away. police looking for anybody that might have seen this car last friday or saturday. meantime police still know very little about matthew's interaction with graham the night she disappeared. >> i believe jesse matthew was the last person she was seen with before she vanished off the face of the earth. because it's been a week and we can't find her. but somebody knows where she is. >> graham went missing more than a week ago. she was last seen on surveillance video walking into a restaurant with a man believed to be matthew. hannah's parents making an emotional plea to the public. >> this is every parent's worst nightmare. i'm certain that everybody in this room and those watching knows that what happened to hannah could happen to their child. >> more than 1,200 people spent their weekend searching for hannah. police say they will keep
searching until they find her. the miss chief, chief longo, says he doesn't want to get tunnel vision just focusing on one person, on matthew. the chief adds he believes someone knows where hannah graham is and hopefully they will find her. back to you. >> family holding out hope. this also developing yoaf night. a search underway at this hour for three afghan soldiers who disappeared while visiting the united states. peter doocy is live in washington. good morning to you, peter. what and how much of a threat does this pose at the time? >> elisabeth, nobody has seen these three afghan soldiers since saturday night when they were spotted about 20 miles from joint base cape cod at the cape cod mall in hyannis, a normal enough collection of stores that also has a movie theaters and chain restaurants. one of the missing soldiers is a major. the other two are captains.
they were in the united states for u.s. central command regional cooperation exercise, which is a big event that involves 200 people from five countries including 12 soldiers from afghanistan. this event has been going on since 2004 but right now the military is working with local police forces to figure out where these three are. >> each hour that goes by gets a little more concerning. finding out why you can't get in touch with them, why they haven't reached out to somebody, as time goes on it gets more concerning. the other thing is are they the victims of some t violent act. hopefully they extended their weekend and at some point will show up at the base tonight or be found by folks. >> so far we don't have any reason to believe these three missing afghan soldiers are dangerous. they arrived on september 11 in and a massachusetts national guards spokesman
is saying these are senior-ranked soldiers who had permission to come to the u.s. for this event. >> peter, there's always the possibility they simply don't want to go back to afghanistan; right? >> nobody knows. all that they know is they were at the mall. they could have been doing anything. they got stuff from abercrombie to chipotle there. they could have been going for dinner. nobody knows. >> i'll take cape cod over kabul any day. maybe they're realizing that. >> let me ask you this question. what do hillary clinton, former c.i.a. director, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and now former defense secretary leon panetta have in common? they all suggested president obama arm syrians back in 2012 to avoid the situation we are now in called isis. leon panetta spoke on "60 minutes" about how he now is being vocal and why
president obama's foreign policy is not sitting well with him. >> the real key was how can we develop a leadership group among the opposition that would be able to take control. and my view was to have leverage to do that. we would have to provide the weapons and the training in order for them to really be willing to work with us in that effort. but with virtually his entire national security team unanimous on this, that's not the decision the president made. >> i think the president's concern -- and i understand it -- was that he had a fear that if we started providing weapons, we wouldn't know where those weapons would wind up. my view was you have to begin somewhere. i think in part we paid a price for not doing that in what we see happening with isis. >> the free syrian army needed to be supplied. senator john mccain, lindsey graham said that. it turns out heend --
behind the scenes his whole staff was saying that and the president decided not to do that after taking a walk with somebody. i think it might have been valerie jarrett. so leon panetta, as he sells a book -- i'm interested in that book because he has been a voice of reason in two different situations in very important times. however, you wonder if things had been different if he found a way to do what colin powell did, leak his views through the press. >> leon panetta in the premier of "60 minutes" said we should have armed the rebels back then. he also said he wishes we would have had a residual force there of 8,000. that would have turned the tide and prevent maliki, the guy running the country, headed in the right direction. he went off the rails and now we're all screwed up over there. meanwhile, king abdullah, here in new york city for the u.n. general assembly that starts this week, told
scott pelly as well that isis could have been stopped. listen. >> could the rise of isis have been prevented? >> they could have been prevented if the international community worked harder together to make sure that funding and support to the original groups in syria were not allowed to get to the extent that they were. >> the international community, the united states intervened too late? >> i think we could have done a better job in making sure that earlier on it was identified who the bad people were and action by the international community was taken not to allow that to happen. >> a haunting statement right there by king abdullah. when you hear leon panetta say this will take a long time, reiterating the fact that it will take years and years, perhaps longer, to get rid of isis, they're still funding, they're taxing, receiving donations. they have troops of 40,000
being aided by up to 100,000, according to kurdish intelligence collaborating with them. and that is why the time is now on the other side. >> here's the other thing. jordan almost doubled their population with the syrian refugees and they set up this village in the middle of the desert in between the two countries so it's directly affecting them. if king abdullah said that -- and i understand the president's view that he's afraid of arms getting in the wrong hands, clearly now it would have been a lot better to take that risk. let's see jordan take some troops. let's see egypt take troops. let them start fighting. saudi arabia has to do more than have a base area where the syrian army can train for a year. >> allowing the sunni force to take over; why aren't they doing more? you would expect them to. >> iran wants nothing to do
with the rise in sunnis but iran would like to see the goodbye, the isis exit as would hezbollah. complicated situation. >> yes indeed. about 11 minutes after the top of the hour on this the first day of fall. the equinox. and look who's here. >> the temperatures are matching it. hope you had a good weekend. we have a huge break to tell you about in the case of an accused cop killer on the run. an assault rifle was just found stashed in the woods in pennsylvania. it is believed to belong to eric frein. police believe he was planning to ambush for months, maybe years. it is believed he murdered one state trooper, and injured another. people in the poconos are being told to stay inside, lock your doors and wen dose. five extremely dangerous inmates who escaped from a california prison are back behind bars. a tip led to a 33-year-old
who escaped saturday night by breaking a wind. four other inmates followed him out of that window. they were captured an hour later. inmates on jail on charges including attempted murder and armed robbery. the man who breached the white house in court today. omar gonzalez hopped the front fences and bolted across the lawn friday evening. when secret service agents stopped him, they found that he was armed with a 3.5 inch knife. the iraq veteran's family claims that he sufs from ptsd -- suffers from ptsd and would never hurt anyone. gonzalez faces up to ten years in prison. >> what were you doing after the game? for this player of the seattle seahawks, he was asking his girlfriend to marry him. after the win against the broncos he changed out of his uniform into a dress shirt, kneeled down nid field, popped the question and he did say yes. he then posted off this
photo on instagram showing off the ring. congratulations to him and a double win for him. seattle won. >> congratulations. >> wouldn't it be great if we had that super bowl at metlife stadium. but what a game that was. did you see any of that? >> no. >> that was stunning. how did your daughter let you get away with that not watching the game. >> she wanted to watch indy. we keep that ear to the ground. >> 13 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up, did you have crazy dreams hast night? you're not alone. the science behind why your mind sometimes just runs wild has now been revealed and we'll explain it all. the feds no longer prosecuting illegal immigrants crossing the border. why? we're going to ask a border agent that very question next.
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happening? >> it started about a month ago. >> why? >> nobody really knows why. it just came down as a directive that our -- the first time you cross the united states we're no longer going to prosecute you. >> what are you going to do with them? if you capture a man today if they're on that border, where do they go? >> if it's a mexican citizen, we'll return them right back to mexico. >> what if it's not? >> then he would be held if we have bed space for that person. if we don't have bed space to hold him until we can deport him or release him into the country to appear before a judge at a later time. >> when the word gets out you're doing that, you know the flood that's going to be going to the yuma section? >> that's right. we've worked so hard to achieve operational control of our area and to just
give that back is pretty heartbreaking to the agents that worked so hard to do that. >> obviously they're not going to be showing up in court 99.9% of the time. number two, you say if a family goes across they're allowed to keep going section -- keep going, correct? >> depends. we try to get a facility that holds families but because of budget cuts it is hard so a lot get released into the country. >> in 2008 you guys get a fence and border control and things settle down. now the wheels are starting to come off at a time which more attention than ever has been given to the border and more outrage is widespread than ever i can remember it. how do you explain this change in policy? >> i can't explain the change in policy. all i know is that the program worked and it worked very effectively in yuma, arizona, where we were the focus sector for the border patrol in 2006,
2007, and now we're, we have operation control and we've maintained that for the last eight years just to see that all thrown away. >> you're doing a good thing telling us about it. also it's good that senators mccain and flake wrote a letter to the attorney general to tell us what's going on here. hopefully we can change that policy. thanks so much. coming up straight ahead, isis terrorists making a hard push to recruit western women. get this, it is working. why they say dozens of girls join their fight every day. did you have crazy dreams last night? next time don't hit the snooze. we're going to go inside the brain to explain. next. next. ♪ [ hoof beats ]
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got quick international headlines for you on this monday morning. china and iran getting together for joint naval exercises in the persian gulf. the chinese visit to iran is an example of the growing ties between the countries. china's fleet commanders say the visit will deepen a mutual understanding. the first time chinese naval ships visited any. isis, it's apparently in need of women. the terror group using social media to recruit women to marry their fighters and have kids there. it was just last week that we learned of two austrian
teenage girls headed over to join the isis cause. social postings telling women they will have to, quote, have kids and cook. that's the news. elisabeth? >> did you have any crazy descreems -- dreams last night? there is a new study explaining why. joining is the director of sleep medicine at meridian health. good morning to you. this was a new study. what did your study find? >> researchers in the u.k. hooked up sleepers to sleep sensing monitors and found dreams actually have a specific pattern as we go through the night. they start out very ordinary. as the night progresses they get fantastical, the dreams we're used to describing. >> you start out practical. if you just read a book or saw a television show, does it relate to that?
>> ordinary event happening throughout your day. as the night goes on they get illogical, not related to reality and very have i i -- very vivid. when you're asleep the part of your brain that's active is the center of emotion. there's a lot of activity in the brain but we believe it helps us maintain emotional stability. >> to dream? >> this pattern to the dreaming. >> i myself was completely unaware of this pattern. >> this pattern is detected through c.a.t. scans and studies, 18 in this case. what about when someone says i didn't have a dream last night? does that mean they're not progressing mentally? >> we all dream but your ability to remember the dreams is not so good. you quickly lose the insight of that dream. if you awaken somebody immediately after the dream you can keep that data. now we're moving into a time where we're gathering data like we never did
before and actually see into dreams and it's giving us an understanding that you can even control dreams and physicians are using that to treat anxiety, nightmares and help learning. >> there is meaning there. what about snoozing or hearing the alarm clock? you come out of a dream and get back quickly. does that cycle start again? interrupting a dream cause damage? >> you have to consider dreaming is allowing the brain to reorganize, restructure. if it's helping with emotional stability imagine how that might be impairing your relationships during the day. we have to make sleep a priority and not hit the snooze button and get the right amount of sleep each night. >> thanks as we dream tonight. coming up, a huge exit at the department of homeland security. why high-level workers are quitting at a record pace.
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if you could see us we want to see you. the millers write we watch "fox & friends" from our motor home. >> big bird writes i watch every morning in my garage. >> if you watch that, you go out there. nelson from florida writes this is where i watch you guys every morning, here in my man cave. i'm always seated and ready by the start of the show. you guys are great and there is no way i can get through my day without starting my day without all of you. i really like brian kilmeade best. >> i don't think it said that. >> i ad libbed a little. >> that guy sure has a lot of signs. i wonder if his area has any signs left. you can buy those. >> keep them calling. we love to see all of you in the morning. >> #betterwithsigns.
>> caught on camera. look at this. a mid air emergency. this happened over atlanta. it looks like the plane's engines are smoking. see that, the trails it. that's actually thousands of gallons of fuel being dumped from this delta flight. a pilot on the ground recorded the whole thing. >> fuel being dumped from the airplane. this is the first time i actually saw by that load actually dump fuel. >> the plane was going from atlanta to japan when one of its engines blew. the plane landed safely and no one was hurt. a stunning new report. top-level officials are leaving the department of homeland security at alarming rates and it may actually put your security at risk. over the past four years employees have left d.h.s. twice as fast as the rest of the government. employees are reportedly saying it's because of a
dysfunctional work environment, low morale and the lure of private contractors. a major tuberculosis scare at a texas hospital. more than 700 infants may have been exposed to the disease over the past year by a hospital employee. the worker in question worked in the nursery may also have exposed 40 other employees. the bacteria that causes t.b. can lay dormant for years which is why babies born at the hospital over the past 12 months are being asked to undergo screening. incredible video catches the moment a huge mountain lion jumps through the bushes as police chase it through a salt lake city neighborhood. the animal had been spotted several times throughout the day. police shot it with a tranquilizeer but that didn't do too much good. the mountain lion ran over a mile before being caught. >> never growled. never postured or aggressive posturing. it just wanted to run away. yet it's very capable of
going over six and eight foot fences. it covered a lot of ground. >> police found the animal hiding under a trailer before grabbing it. the mountain lion will be relocated. look at that. those are your headlines. now let's turn to maria molina on the first official day of fall. we welcome it. >> good to see you this morning. for the first day of fall we are going to be dealing with showers and thunderstorms. that's going to be across portions of the southeastern united states and especially across the state of florida. you're really going to need umbrellas later today. early this morning we're already seeing showers and storms across parts of new mexico, colorado and those will persist throughout the afternoon hours. those current temperatures across parts of the great lakes, the midwest and into the northeast really already feeling like fall. you're in the 50's this morning. cleveland in the 40's. in chicago and minneapolis. take a look at the afternoon high temperatures. this is coming up later today. in cleveland you're not
going to make it out of the 50's today. in new york city, meanwhile 67 for the high. across portions of texas, in the 80's and 90's. the official start of fall is coming up tonight at 10:29 p.m. eastern time. that is when it is the autumnal equinox. all downhill from here. we're going to be seeing temperatures plunging and heading into winter eventually. but for now, fall. >> thank you very much. >> hometown boy from long island, new york, taking the world boxing, world by storm and preparing to enter the ring against welter weight champ manny pacquiao. here's chris algieri. congratulations on your success. >> thank you. >> this is your w.b.l.
belt? >> this is my baby. >> you take it everywhere you go? >> only for special events. >> everybody goes to work with a briefcase but that's how you go to work. >> how do you protect yourself? the biggest fight of your life coming up november 22 against pacquiao. >> it's on november 22, 9 p.m. >> how do you go into that mentally? what is your focus? >> training camp already has begun. i'm going to las vegas to train and will be 100% prepared. >> does it matter who's in there with you? strategy always changing? >> absolutely. you have to approach it in a specific way. manny has a specific style. >> you only started fighting a few years ago. you were kick boxing prior to that. you have a college degree. you graduated from stony
brook. boxers don't usually have this kind of background. >> that's how i approach the sport. i approach it cerebrally. >> you've got a degree in health care which means you can beat somebody up and then nurse them back to health. >> knock them out, throw them a card. >> you have a masters in nutrition? what is i don't go-to pre-fight, post-fight. >> i like oatmeal. oatmeal and eggs. >> this is what you eat at home where you still live with your family? >> yes, i live at home with my family in long island. >> aren't you thinking about leaving? >> my mom and dad aren't happy about it. >> your mom wants to cook for you. >> can you show me a signature move? >> we're going to pretend we're all righties. put that foot in front. hands up against our face.
hands up, stay pretty. we're going to learn a one, a two and a three. one is our left jab straight out in front. our two is our right hand, turn all the way through. we're going to throw a throw which is our left hook. >> one, two -- >> start with the left. one, two, three. excellent. again. >> one, two, three. >> you've done this before. >> the thing is you're fighting pacquiao, he's a little smaller than you, little lighter than you, much more experienced than you. i'll be pacquiao. i'll help you out. >> you're going to switch your feet. >> did he tell you that? >> our hands are lined up a little differently. with manny, he's big on throwing this hand, so i'm going to be constantly moving this way, going this
way, hitting him constantly. lots of movement. >> this is going to take more than just one lesson. congratulations. >> thank you. >> coming up, remember those fights between passengers on crammed airplanes? one airline is making skies more friendly to people and meet the judge who puts people on the corner of shame. ♪ ♪ 't lame♪ ♪but this... ♪takes my breath away
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listed on the applications did not match their tax returns. home depot offering free identity protection services and credit monitoring for a year to the 56 million customers affected by its data breach. the airbus is coming to the rescue. the plane maker announcing a new design that will shrink bathrooms to make space in the cabin more comfortable. >> how can they possibly shrink bathrooms? they are so small already. a missouri judge had it with lawbreakers disrespecting the court but instead of sending them to jail, he's sending repeat offenders to the corner of shame. joining us from st. louis is judge richard scobie. good morning, judge. people who simply would not show up in court would not pay their fines and, that really bugged you, didn't
it? >> well, con tem of court is my -- contempt of court is my power to force people to do and comply with my orders. when they didn't do that, my choice is either an additional fine which wasn't seeming to work, or incarceration which is pretty severe. so i came up with this tool, and the policy that if you don't come to court, you don't pay your fines -- and it's usually a combination of both -- you can have the option of instead of fines or jail, you can have the option of wearing the sign. >> we've got an image of a guy who is actually wearing the sign there in missouri. and what it says is won't come to court, won't pay my fine so judge skouby ordered me to pay this fine. it rhymes. >> i didn't entend for it to come out exactly like that. this isn't a laughing matter. without judicial orders being followed the law is only words. it is my responsibility to make sure people not only
respect but follow court's orders and i take that very seriously. and it seemed to me like there was quite a few of them who weren't taking it seriously. i think i have their attention now. >> no kidding. now i would imagine when somebody gets an order you've got to show up in judge skouby's courtroom, they show up, don't they? >> the information i'm receiving from the police department and from the general consensus after court was nobody wants to wear the sign. certainly they prefer that over going to jail. and i don't want to make somebody who is a nonviolent offender lose their job, but i do want to remind them and it is my responsibility to remind them, you're not supposed to do this again. >> it is the law. you've got to follow the law. what's the reaction been from your town? >> kind of mixed. i think a lot of people like it. some people strongly dislike it. but i'm not running a public opinion poll. i have a job to do.
my job is to foster and reenforce respect for the judicial system and that's what i intend to do. >> so far just the one guy holding the sign has stood this on the shame corner. how many other people are potentially going to wind up holding that there in your town? >> like i said, if the promise of complying has greatly increased since the first gentleman had to wear the sign, it is a problem that potentially could affect right now on my docket maybe 25 people. and that number rotates. i mean, we do roughly 75 to 100 tickets a month. the number of people who don't pay their fines just keeps getting larger and that creates a big burden on our court clerk. it almost doubles her work. i'm not here to save the taxpayers money. it's good when i can. but the lack of respect is what concerns me the most. we live in a country where we were all raised to
believe in this but it seems like it's kind of gotten lost in late times. >> you know what? you're exactly right, judge, and you're doing something to try to get people's attention. pay your fine, come to court. it's what you're supposed to do. that's why they call it the law. we'd love to have folks weigh in on our facebook page. we're asking is this fine or over the line? judge, thank you very much. thanks for joining us from your town out in missouri. 12 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up, this war vet has seen all sorts of mayhem on the battle but his wife having a baby on the side of a highway, that's a whole new one. hear from him straight ahead. what do you get when you put a camera, a pool and 1,500 puppies together? a dangerous amount of cute photos. meet the guy behind the pics coming up.
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out with his new book, photographer seth joins us now. good morning to you. great work. why did you want to do this? 1500 puppies in the water? >> well, i thought i really wanted to bring awareness about the importance of water safety for our pets. all these little guys know how to swim. you put them in the water, they'll start doggy paddling, but don't know how to get out. it's so important for us to teach our pets how to get out. you want to get them adopted and nothing is cuter than a puppy. >> what about cuter than a puppy? underwater. how did you take them underwater? >> through the course of swimming lessons with the puppies, some of them came out and got lessons, they learned about how to be confident and how to get out. but some of them decided that they loved it. little olympic swimmers, dive not guilty and going under water.
>> these puppies here are all up for adoption right now. we want to find them great homes. we have charlie, who is a border collie terrier mix that you see here. >> i think this is a border collie mix right here. >> he's staying within his border, we appreciate this. leslie, the hound shepherd mix. they're not responding to anybody's name. is that correct? >> yeah. >> but they are having fun here. what a great purpose to be able to keep the dog safe, but get them great homes. you have a calm spirit, this guy right here. >> let's look at some more pictures, but keep in mind, what's the response been of these pictures? >> it's been overwhelmingly positive. as it turns out, people like puppies. puppies are my favorite creature on the face of the earth. they bring us joy. >> bring us through this shot. this is in florida. a little 11-week-old lab puppy.
he swam five feet down to the bottom of the pool. super slow mo. but at 11 weeks. it all started with swimming lessons. he decided wow, i love the water. i love playing this game of fetch. we're having fun. >> i didn't know there was instant replay in puppy water polo, but there is. >> what a challenge to undertake. i remember my lab jumping into the water. >> excuse me. i'mi'm sorry, elisabeth. i think by this ear here he is the guilty party. >> look at this video here. what was the biggest challenge doing this? >> the biggest challenge really was -- there wasn't really a challenge at all, to be honest with you. i'm a swim teacher more than a photographer. >> that puppy looks like he just got out of the uterus. >> i love these little creatures more than anything. it's about being patient. so i guess it wasn't too much of a challenge. my only challenge was i was sad when i was done with the book. >> you are a sweet guy, seth.
look at this. you really spent so much time in the water with them. you see this with adults and children. but to do it with puppies, that's a big heart that you have. >> yeah. >> millions of people are thanking you for that. >> we got to keep these little guys safe. >> one thing you don't want to do is put three puppies in a small little cage. this is like summer slam 2016. >> i don't even hear the noises. >> listen, if you want to help and you want to adopt these puppies, contact the north shore animal league. thank you, seth. where do we go? >> any book store. support your local independent bookstores. the book is "underwater puppies." >> thank you. >> now they calmed down, now that we're done. let me tell you what's coming up. the senate minority leader just one of the heavy hitters stopping by donald trump's office this week. why? he will fill us in exclusively
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good morning. it is monday, september 22. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. police issue an arrest warrant for a person of interest in the case of missing uva student hannah graham. >> i believe jesse matthew was the last person she was seen with before she vanished off the face of the earth. >> wow. statement there for sure. this morning her emotional parents speaking out for the first time. and another fox news alert. three afghan soldiers who were visiting military training camps on cape cod are missing this morning. where are they? and do they pose a threat? we'll tell you what we know. maybe you thought about doing this.
this reporter certainly did. >> as for this job, well, not that i have a choice, but [ bleep ]. >> wow. we edit the beep. wow. we never thought about doing it. mornings are better with friends. >> as i just said, i had no idea that was coming up. i was not expecting that. >> it appears she quits on camera. >> that's what i would say, as opposed to the resignation letter, which is too old-fashioned. >> so much for the two weeks. >> whatever happened to plain take this job and shove it? >> i don't know. i guess that's one of the good or bad things about live television. >> we'll tell you the story behind the story. plus donald trump, who joins us every monday morning, will be with us in 90 seconds after the headlines with heather. >> i want to know what donald
trump would do if he was faced with an plea like that. >> he fires a lot of people. >> manhunt is underway. we begin with this. right now for three afghan soldiers who vanished here in the united states. the major and two captains arrived at a massachusetts military base on september 11 for training. they went missing during a trip o a cape cod shopping mall saturday and the military is working with local police to try and figure out where the three went. >> each hour that goes by gets more concerning. finding out why you can't get in touch with them, why they haven't reached out to somebody, as time goes on, it gets more concerning. the other thing is were they victims of some type of violent act? so hopefully they've extended their weekend and they come back tonight. >> here is the thing that you should know, the military insists the men were fully vetted before they arrived and they do not pose a threat to the
public. a huge break is being called in the case of an accused cop killer on the run. assault rifle was just found stashed in the woods in pennsylvania. and it is believed to belong to eric frien. police believe he was planning the ambush for months, maybe even years. it's believed he seriously injured one state trooper and murdered another. this morning people who live in the poconos are being told to stay inside, lock your doors and windows. virginia state police busy now on the hunt for jesse matthew, a warrant for his arrest has been arrest after he was named a person of interest in the disappearance of hannah graham. over the weekend, matthew walked into a police station, spoke with a lawyer, and then got into a car and sped away. graham, who has been missing over a month, was last seen on surveillance video with a man believed to be matthew. and a brave marine corps veteran says that he was absolutely terrified while
helping his wife give birth inside a car on the side of a busy california freeway. he was heading to visit his family with his wife and their three children when sandra suddenly goes into labor. he immediately pulled over and called 911 for help. >> i don't think anyone can ever top a story like this for her. she's going to be the one going to school, tell me something about yourself. i was born on the side of a freeway. >> little savannah weighing 11 pounds, 6 ounces. mom and baby are doing fine. for that marine veteran, his best mission yet. >> that's right. >> all right. thank you very much. every monday at this time, donald trump joins us from somewhere in the world and today he joins us from -- where are you, mr. trump? >> in new york. >> good place. i'm sure you were watching "60 minutes." they premiered i believe their 47th season opener. they had leon panetta on, the
former secretary of defense. we're going to play a sound bite. he says everybody in the room, he, the secretary of defense, hillary clinton and secretary of state, c.i.a. director, the chairman of the joint chiefs all told barak obama to arm the syrian rebels. but the president, he was much smarter than them. now we're in trouble. listen to this. >> the real key was how can we develop a leadership group among the opposition that would be able to take control? and my view was to have leverage to do that. we would have to provide the weapons and the training in order for them to really be willing to work with us in that effort. >> but with virtually his entire national security team unanimous on this, that's not the decision the president made. >> i think the president's concern, and i understand it -- was that he had a fear that if we started providing weapons, we wouldn't know where those weapons would wind up.
my view was you have to begin somewhere. i think in part we paid a price for not doing that in what we see happening with isis. >> what's your reaction to him saying that now? >> well, i'm not that surprised because that's him. i will say that now we are arming people, but now we have no idea who they are. they're all splintered up and they will eventually probably join isis and they'll have awful our weapons. we'll give them hundreds of millions and billions of dollars worth of weapons and they've taken them from the iraqi soldiers that we trained and they have our tanks and they have our guns and they have our missiles and they have everything else we gave them. they'll end up, isis, whoever, the bad group is at the time, will end up with whatever we give now. but it's sort of interesting, at that one point in time you really did have a strong rebel group and they were identify annual. now they're not identifiable and we're going to be doing it. he made a mistake. he makes lots of mistakes. >> i hear you mention millions and billions, mr. trump. the head of the kurdish
intelligence, we're going to play the clip for you in a minute, he explained how much money we're actually talking about, how much money, how much power isis has, where they're getting it exactly. i want you to listen to this and explain how concerned this makes you. >> generates equivalent to $6 million daily by the selling of oil, taking taxes from people, ransoms and still getting donations. >> you talked about donations. >> many people who believe in this extremist ideology previous that it's their duty to donate money to this organization. >> that's been coming from where? >> different countries actually. >> in the gulf states? >> some in the gulf states. >> $6 million a day, that will keep them going forever. >> if they're not stopped. >> a lot of money. >> i've been talking about for years, elisabeth, for years the oil in iraq and they've taken over a lot of that oil.
i said keep it because somebody else will take it over and they won't be our friends and you had no idea that this was going to be happening. but i did. i've always said it. i said keep the oil. some people would say, what a terrible thing. this is a sovereign country, mr. trump. how can you say such a terrible thing? it's a sovereign country. give me a break. so i said keep the oil. i said it on your show every time you gave me a chance to say it. now they have the oil and that's the story. we made it possible for them because we are very, very stupid. we have very, very foolish or stupid or nigh each -- i don't know what the word would be, but it's one of those three -- leaders. maybe all three combined. but keep the oil. we went in there, to the victor belong the spoils. and keep the oil and i said it over and over again and now they're taking the oil and they're going to be nice and rich and they already are nice and rich. >> we know this, they're selling it on the black market, undercutting the market, so people are buying it illicitly, which will make it harder to
stop. now politics, big week last week for chris christie as a federal investigation revealed that he did not have anything to do with closing down the bridge in the george washington traffic problem when people were backed um and people that you knew were backed up, stuck on that bridge. he had nothing to do with it. they feasted on chris christie, everybody, especially a certain network two blocks away, for weeks, maybe even months. but they didn't really even bother covering his exoneration. >> first of all, it's a good step for chris. it's a big step. it's a very positive thing. but i saw it the other day. i was reading the paper like on a saturday and i saw this little article back on page 22 that this had happened and i said wow, what a difference. it was front page news all over the place and then when they find out what they found out, and i don't know that they've actually announced it from the federal standpoint. but it seems to be out there and certainly it was not covered very big, which is not a very fair situation. >> they covered almost 90
minutes, an hour and a half there in the first few days. >> it was a very small story and a lot of people think that was unfair. >> they were just trying to destroy him so he would not be the guy who squares off against hillary clinton. now it looks like he's got the green light. a lot of people who would like help from donald trump have been coming to you over the last couple of weeks. tell us a little bit about who you're hosting over there. >> i do. i have a lot of people that want to run for office or are running for office. i've had a great track record. i do a lot of robo calls. they don't even want money. they say, my robo is listened to more than anybody else's robo, meaning people don't just hang up the phone. sort of interesting. but a lot of people, mitch mcconnell is coming up today who i've been supporting. i think it's very important because they have to take -- you have to take back the senate. you have to end obamacare. you have to just absolutely take
back the senate and you have to do it quickly. this is the one opportunity. i think the republicans are going to do very well. but the mitch mcconnell race is very important and if i were in kentucky, i can tell you, with all of mitch's tenure and all of the money he brings back to kentucky, i heard one person saying, oh, it's unfair to bring so much money back to kentucky of the well, i wish we had that in new york. i wish we had that elsewhere because frankly, if i'm in kentucky, i love all the money coming back into kentucky. but he gets that because of his power and because of his tenure. it would be very, very foolish to give that up if you're from kentucky. i think he's going to do fine. >> senator scott brown a lot of people thought was a long shot. now is neck and neck in many poll. >> he wants support. scott brown is coming up to see me. a lot of people come up to see me. my record, as you know, is very unbleepished. mitt romney, he had six states that he was losing and i did some phone calls and i did some robo calls and all of those six
states he -- this was in the primary -- all of those six states he won. so a lot of people know that and they found out -- even turner when he ran for congress, if you remember the first time, when he ran for elliott, whatever. >> wiener. >> wiener. he ran against a democrat. he had no chance. he was down ten points. i did a robo and he ended up winning and he said a speech and he said i want to thank donald trump. he won in wiener's territory, which is impossible practically for a republican. so they come up to see me and if i can help and if i like the people and if i believe in the people, i will take the time and do what i have to do. >> of course, if the people out there would like to follow you on twitter, you got hundreds of thousands. he is at realdonaldtrump. >> that's right. thanks very much. >> thank you very much. >> see you next monday. coming up, breaking news from the case of that missing university of virginia student, hannah graham. how her case could be tied to the disappearances of other
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fox news alert. police in the commonwealth of virginia issued an arrest warrant for a person of interest in the disappearance of hannah graham. detectives say 32-year-old jesse matthew, a nursing assistant at a nearby hospital, may have invited hannah into his car the night she disappeared. >> i believe hannah graham left the restaurant with jess matthew. i believe that. in fact, i believe that jesse matthew was the last person she was seen with before she vanished off the face of the earth. >> this arrest warrant is not connected to hannah's disappearance, per say. rather for speed egg way from the police station when police started asking questions. former l.a.p.d detective mark furman joins us now from sandy point, idaho. mark, so this guy is named as a person of interest. he goes into the police station
and says yeah, you're looking for me, right? i want to talk to a lawyer. they find him a lawyer. the lawyer talks to him for a little bit. next thing you know, he gets in the car and drives like a bat out of hell and that's why there has been an arrest warrant, because it was such a dangerous trip on the highway. the police decided we're not going to follow him. what does that say to you about the status of jesse l.j. matthew >> to me, it seems that there is frustration and anger and he'sls inability to help himself. he gets an attorney. he's basically thrown a lawyer block in the detectives' way. he's using that lawyer to not talk to the police, not cooperate with the police. it's a frustrating position for him because he probably knows exactly what happened after 1:00 o'clock that morning with hannah graham and i believe he was the last person to see hannah. >> okay. so he doesn't want to talk to them right now. he's eventually going to have to
face the music and talk to them. >> not necessarily. he can invoke his privilege and they could go down the whole process. he could be indicted for any amount of charges, including murder and never talk to the police and never utter a word. but the police do want to interrogate him and if he has nothing to hide, he should do that. if it was an innocent contact with hannah graham, he should say that so they can move away from him. but i don't think they're able to. he is definitely the suspect in focus in this case. >> sure. also this particular area has a history of about a dozen women who have gone missing over the last five years or so. that's not to suggest there is a serial killer there, but something's going on. >> well, you don't necessarily have to suggest there is a serial killer. there is certainly a problem. if you have multiple suspects that are using a university or a place where young women frequent
and they're using that to find victims, you want to connect up how they contact the victims, just what kind of case you have. if you have cases where the victim has never been -- >> i've got a feeling we're having a little problem with the satellite right there. mark fuhrman joining us from sandy point talking about the missing university of virginia student, hannah graham. coming up, first we told you about isis trying to recruit young women. now our boys using video games to turn them into terrorists? it's true. not just a game. we'll tell but it. a scary story for dog owners. thousands of pets getting sick with potentially deadly illnesses. what you need to watch out for coming up. ♪ ♪
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if we can't offer faster speeds or save you money we'll give you $150. comcast business built for business. 24 minutes past the hour. quick headlines for you now. new video just in to "fox & friends." more than 100,000 refugees fleeing isis and crossing into turkey. now turkey closing several crossings and using tear gas and water cannons to stop those kurdish refugees from going back despite isis. and the latest video from isis is actually for a video game. the terror group release ago grand theft auto-style game in an effort to recruit young members and train them to fight the west. isis is using an american video game here to show how bad the west is. brian? >> thanks. it's happening in cities all across the country. potentially deadly virus infecting dogs who play with
other dogs am and this could involve you and your pet. dozens are dead, countless others are sick. mark is the vice president and chief of medical staff at north shore animal league and is here to discuss it. welcome. >> thank you. >> we brought the same stunt puppies from earlier in the show here. playing the role of very frisky dogs. so these are fun dogs, but what happens if these dogs aren't vaccinated and what is happening to these other dogs? >> parvo is not a new virus. it's been around for 40-plus years. we treat it quite a bit at north shore animal league. the challenge is lately we've seen more cases in the owned community. this is typically a problem of unvaccinated young puppies and we're seeing more older dogs getting the disease. >> they start vomiting and sick. you got to act quickly because they have it. once they have it, can you stop it? >> yes. with aggressive treatment, survival rates can be upwards of 90%. the problem is it takes a long period of time in the hospital
and it's a lot of money. >> how do they get it? >> honestly, it's shed in the stool of infected animals and others can get it by sniffing or licking the stool, or stepping in it and grooming themselves. >> and then can it go from dog to dog? >> it's very, very contagious. especially in a closed environment where they're dog. >> we asked to you give us points how to stop it. here we go. vaccination, 100% effective. get your dog down there. >> it's nearly 100% effective. the most important thing with vaccination is keeping up with the vaccine protocols which your vet recommends. >> right. you got to continue it and go all the way with the puppies, right? >> exactly. requires boosters every one to three years. >> and there you go. so here we have these things happening if your dog is getting sick, you got to act quickly and now you're seeing it more and more because people perhaps are look to cut costs and thinking, my dog is fine. do we really have to spend a few hundred dollars on vaccinations
that he probably doesn't need? >> that's a valid point. but it's a drop in the bucket compared to what the cost of treating the disease if your dog were to get it. >> just for the record, these puppies on twice, we have to double their fee. this is going to damage our budget. and i believe this one started it. there we go. now watch how calm they get. it worked. doctor, thanks so much. >> thanks. coming up, a major development in the search for a cop killer. the clue they just found that has police closing in fast. and get this, maybe you thought about doing this in your life. quitting your job. but how about doing it live on television? >> and for this job, well, not that i have a choice, but [ bleep ]. >> wow. we're playing that tape straight ahead. i don't know what her job search will be like, but i would wait for some of the hoopla to die
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fox news alert now. a break in the search for an accused cop killer still on the run. now cops revealing they found a suspect's weapon stashed in the woods. >> wtxf reporter steve keely is live in pennsylvania with the developing details. good morning to you. what do we know at this point? >> reporter: well, we don't know anything new at this point.
we just know that it's day ten for the newest man and member of the f.b.i.'s ten most wanted and it's been rainy, raw and real cold all night. rougher conditions for the first time for this slow and so far safe search as the hunt for the man who made this most wanted list is still out here in the woods for a tenth day. despite erroneous reports of a shootout friday night and police having pin add specific house, police said in their latest update, they have not had any contact with him. but she showed off these pictures of an assault rifle and ammo magazines that they believe he stashed for possible later use. since they all believe he had two high powered rifles with him, he likely has the other one with a sniper scope that he likely used to shoot the troopers ten days ago and one that they can likely fire from far away with deadly accuracy, making the search for him one where agents, troopers have to watch every step they're taking,
over 250 miles of mountains and thick woods here. >> we know that frien prepared and planned extensively for months and maybe years. he planned his attack and his retreat. however, we believe we are closing in on him. >> while they think he was watching that trooper barracks for many months before he fired those fatal shots that killed the one trooper and critically wounded the other. as far as life goes here back to normal, not quite. schools are still closed up here. they did lift the ban on telling everybody to shelter in place and stay in their houses. they're saying if you have to go out, go about your normal lives, but if you don't have to go out, stay in as much as you can. don't go out in the woods. bow hunting season started here today. they said try to put off your hunting plans today and stay inside. even if it's daylight like right now, keep your doors locked. >> all right. steve keely where they're looking for eric frein wanted in
connection with the murder of a trooper. >> specific warning to those in the area. now we'll turn to heather childers who has some headlines for us. >> yes. we begin with this. following two serious security incidents. the white house is beefing up security. this is the man who jumped the fence and got inside, has his day in court. omar gonzalez hopped the front fences, bolted right across the lawn friday evening. when secret service agents stopped him, they found that he was armed with a 3 1/2 inch knife. the iraq veteran's family claims that he suffers from ptsd and he would never hurt anyone. gonzalez faces up to ten years in prison. a stunning new development, a reporter to tell you about. top level officials are leaving the department of homeland security at alarming rates and it could be putting our security at risk. the report found that employees have left dhs twice as fast as the rest of the government in the past four years.
some of the reasons? they say dysfunctional work environment, low morale, private contractors are offering more money to work for them. here in new york city, hundreds of thousands of activists spent the weekend marching for climate change, including actor leonardo dicaprio. leo went from green to an angry red when reporters began to question him about his personal habits. fox news contributor michelle fields tweeting this photo after asking him about his personal jets and yacht. yes, that one. nearly 500 feet, $500 million, this is the yacht that leo took to this year's world cup and you can't exactly call that environmentally friendly. not really. and making an entrance, right, and then there is making an exit. one tv reporter in alaska showing us the difference when she quits on live television. >> and as for this job, well, not that i have a choice but [
bleep ], i quit. >> okay. former ktva reporter reporting on the local cannabis story when she revealed she's the club's owner. yes. it gets more bizarre. she will be dedicating all her time to legalizing pot in alaska >> i thought i had some rough talking. how do you as an anchor pick up after that? start advertising for a job. just go okay, there will be a weather position. >> thanks, heather. now, maria molina is welcoming the first day of fall which happens tonight after dark, doesn't it? >> yes, that's right, 10:29 is the first official time of fall and the official start of that hit series "gotham," 8:00 p.m. eastern time on of course. i have a bunch of my friends with me. they're all dressed alike, the
characters, the penguin from "batman." we're all here to kick off the premiere of gothham city coming up at 8:00 p.m. eastern time on fox. they all brought their umbrellas. we don't need them today in new york city, but we do have them here. hey, guys. good morning. let's go ahead and take a look at the weather conditions across the country because we are going to need those umbrellas through some parts of the country, especially across the southeastern united states and in parts of florida. that's what we're going to be looking at. showers and storms also possible across parts of new mexico, colorado, and also western texas. we're already seeing them early this morning. temperature wise, you're at 50 degrees in minneapolis. 46 in chicago. 52 in cleveland. it's already feeling like fall out there. take a look at those highs. well below average. you're ohm going to be in the 50s in cleveland and upper 60s in chicago.
texas, always on the hot side. 80s and 90s widespread there. and tonight kicks off the official start of fall at 10:29 p.m. eastern time. let's head back inside. i have my friends here, the penguin look alike. >> the whole gotham thing takes place in new york city. did we shoot it there? >> what town is that? >> manhattan? >> it surely looks like it. >> i don't know where it was shot. do any of you know where "gotham" was shot? it was shot in new york city. confirmation. >> there you go. >> authenticity right there. almost 100,000 twitter followers does gothham have. >> mark, could we look at that shot again? are they still standing up there with -- can you have ted pull out a little? see, when maria put up the t, it spelled gothham. but for a while the message was
go ham. >> not enough people are supporting ham. >> all right. go ham. >> lots of fans out there. >> i wonder if we gave them a few minutes how many different words they could come up with. umbrella scramble. coming up, an amazing show of courage from complete strangers. >> oh, my god! look at that! look at that! oh, my god! yes! >> one of the men who jumped in to save a life is here with us this morning. and can you name all three branches of government? well, should you have to be able to in order to vote? that's the debate that happens next, brian. first on this day it's time for our question of the day. born on this day in 1958, this popular italian opera singer lost his sight at the age of 12. who is he? be first with the correct answer. you'll get something really
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group working to pass this rule in utah. thanks for being with us this morning here. whitney, should this citizenship test, should it be required to graduate high school? >> i think civics education is a huge important issue. but i think requiring a test to measure if we've actually improved civic knowledge is a band-aid. it doesn't address the problem. we're in the middle of learning that standardized testing is limiting some children from achieving their full potential and we want to add another test as a measurement mechanism? i think we're missing the root of the problem here. engaging kids with civics and with government rather than giving them another arbitrary test. >> okay. so i'll let you respond to that. you came here, emigrated from chile in the '80s. what do you say? >> i think we need to do everything that we can to engage our new generation of students so they can be involved in
civics. i think it's human nature not to study, not to learn, if we can put it away. i think if you ask them to complete a test, it will create an incredible conversation among family members. i think it's a good step. >> what about if we took it one step further as i just mentioned into voting? should you have to answer -- i mean, the majority of these questions, if not by graduation of high school, but by the time you vote? whitney? >> i mean, i know a lot of people that probably could get a perfect score on their driving test, but put them hyped the wheel and -- behind the wheel and it doesn't mean they're a good driver. we need to go back and look at the basis of this problem. have we made civics education a priority in the classroom? have we equipped teach tore engage kids in the topic. i teach aide grade, they were debating the constitutionality about obamacare and that taught me so much more about what they could do and more from a pen and paper test. >> should it be required?
>> i think personally that anything that you can do to insure that our young people, our families are involved in civic learning, the history of our country is a positive. furthermore, how can you go into planning what the generation will do in the future if you're not prepared and understand where we have been? personally i've taken my daughters to voting with me and i think it's critical. you can not be engaged without having the full knowledge and understanding of your nation. >> more meaningful measure when you vote perhaps. so some test examples here, who is in charge of the executive branch, when you look at the number of answers right, it's disheartening. the house of representatives has how many voting members? the answer is 435. who wrote the declaration of independence? thomas jefferson is the answer in case you're wondering at home. but when you look at how many people get those answers wrong,
how concerning is it to you that those very people are voting? >> well, personally, that's why i think it's so critical that we begin this conversation. i think this is the step -- one step in the right direction. that's why we're asking local government, local state to decide what they want to do with this. and obviously -- i wouldn't begin to understand how we could be engaged citizens and voting if we don't know the history, how our government works, and i think this is something very important for all of us as americans. >> we want to know what everyone thinks out there who is watching right now at "fox & friends." we want to thank our guests for joining us today for this very civilized debate. thanks. >> thank you. >> shoot us an e-mail, facebook, twitter on what you think about
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steve, sorry. i should have given that time to you. >> all right. 56 million credit card numbers now out in the open after hackers broke into the computer systems at home depot. they had unprecedented access for nearly six months to the numbers. was your card exposed? here is how to find out. we're joined by cyber guy curt nixon. good morning. >> good morning. we were amongst the first to report that this sort of credit card breach is not just reserved for home depot or target, as you recall, as 40 million people lost their credit card information there. this is a big event that's happening. federal government reporting that about 1,000 retailers at this point will eventually be coming forward saying this kind of intrusion is happening on the payment system of these retailers all over the place. what does it mean to you and me? the fact is, our numbers are now out there in the greatest amounts that they ever have
been. more cyber criminals will be going after our numbers. they'll be trying to get them from various methods. what i want to share with you is what in the heck they do with all this once they get our numbers. take a look at this. when they get our credit card numbers, whether they get them from the retailers or not, they add them to a collection of a bunch of numbers. they make more money when they can show that they have a lot of credit card numbers that work. that's why they'll go use them at on line stores to see a, if they work, and b, don't trio buy items easily refundable so they can use them for cash. that's part of using your credit card to find out if it works. they'll buy things, sell them right away, and then what they do to put a price tag on these cards is pretty incredible. they will go after they make sure that the card works, they will add a bunch of additional information to attach to the cards. so they'll try to find out that ddress or your wife's name, or where you
like to shop a lot. that information now raises the price in value of your own credit card that's out there. if they get a group of 1,000 of those, now they're really rolling in it. so here is what you want to do. here is what they're doing. they make sure that the cards work. they go after and see what else they can find out about you. then they look at your behavior on the card. and they'll try to find out, are you shopping the most in dayton, ohio? are you mostly in another city? when they can find that out, that card is worth a lot more money to them. now, what are stores supposed to be doing to protect you and me, right? well, there is not a lot they can do at this moment because their systems have been breached. but what they need to know is hey, has it been breached and they need to start securing access to their own payment system. they need to start sealing off the openings to them. employees have easy access to stores and corporate accounts of companies they work for.
they need to train their employees to spot suspicious e-mails, and then they need to practice these sort of fire drills when it comes to their security, as if a credit card disaster has happened inside of their company. that's how they could actually get it to work. but what you and i can do is incredible, which is we can stop using a card the moment we think it's been compromised. call the company and say you want a new one. there is a new app out that's totally free that will allow you to monitor your credit card transactions and what it will do, it's in testing phase right now -- you're traveling around with your phone and you're spending. when it notices you're away from your phone, it will alert you. it's called bill guard. you'll find it at www.foxandfriends.com. >> i'm going to download it. >> sign up for my newsletter that's there as well. >> i'll go on line and do that. thank you. straight ahead, a big development in the irs scandal. lois lerner just sat down for a
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good morning. it is monday, september 22. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. police issue an arrest warrant for a person of interest in the case of missing hannah graham. >> i believe jesse matthew was the last person she was seen with before she vanished off the face of the earth. >> this morning her emotional parents speak out for the very first time. >> she refused to testify to congress, but this morning, lois lerner is talking to the press. so what does she have to say about the irs targeting scandal? here is a hint. she's not sorry. details in 30 seconds. how far would you go to save the life of a complete stranger? >> oh, my god!
look at that! look at that! oh, my god! yes! >> one of the men who jumped in head first joins us live. because your mornings are better with friends. hi, everybody. welcome to "fox & friends" on the first day of fall. it will kick in tonight about 10:30 at night. bret baier joins us every monday in the 8:00 o'clock hour and there he is from our nation's capitol. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> just within the last half hour, politico has posted on their web site an exclusive interview with lois lerner. first of all, it says she's not sorry for anything she did. she didn't do anything wrong. what's interesting, though, is she's saying that employers won't hire her. she'd like to go to work to make money to pay for her gigantic
lawyer bill. why on earth, if she's not going to talk to congress, is she talking to politico? >> pretty interesting. the piece itself is very lengthy. it is detailed in a defense of her as a person. it's not really detailed as a defense of her actions or explaining exactly the e-mail trails back and forth. only to say that she and her legal team believe that the republicans have cherry picked some of these e-mails to release to the press. >> it's easy to cherry pick when you delete half of them. >> yeah. she says that that was not her exploding her computer and why would she only destroy some of them. it's a pretty amazing read in that it's a defense. i mean, down to she brought brownies and lottery tickets in for her office staff 'cause she was such a good person.
i think it's striking. >> it is. 43 days to go until the mid terms. a lot of people raising brow at that, from pleading the fifth to raising politico. she says, quote, i didn't do anything wrong. i'm proud of my career and the job that i did for this country, regardless of what ever else happens, i know i did the best i could under the circumstances and i'm not sorry for anything i did. wow. >> yeah. just remember the context here. this is the person who leaked the actual what was happening with the irs, this whole thing at a conference. she planted a question and then answered it, not telling congress before that and congress had asked multiple times for these specific answers. so this actually very lengthy article does not give us a lot more details on the substance. >> here is another excerpt from that article and i want to get you to comment.
why she believes she was the center of the scandal to begin with. she says, quote, i was the person who announced it. i assumed the other part of it is because i declined to talk. once i declined to talk, they could say anything they wanted. how dare they. that's my input. and they knew i couldn't say anything back. as if it's our fault she declined to talk! >> yeah. i'll also point out that republicans said when she went to congress, she had a lengthy defense before she took the fifth. they said that that really wasn't technically accurate for her not to answer questions after making that defense. she's making a defense here in broad swipes, but not really on the substance of all of the allegations. >> yeah. there were two juicy tidbits. one of them, it says after she took the fifth, she was called in to hr and she told, you're going to resign right now. and she said, i'm not going to quit. and then she walked out.
then she retired. now she's making $100,000 a year and she would like to help her husband pay for her legal defense, which it's lengthy. that's one juicy tidbit. the other thing is, before she was a lawyer for the irs, she was a dental hygienist! who knew? >> who knew? these are the kind of details we're getting. i think the other interesting thing is that she feels pressured from all of these outside groups. she says she's been threatened and that she doesn't really have a life anymore. i think that this paints a picture of a sad character, but one in which has not really answered all of the questions put to her by congress. >> none of them. let's talk about another former president obama appointee that is writing a book and is very critical of some major decisions the president has made. his name is leon panetta. here is an excerpt as he talked about the opportunity we had to
arm the free syrian army that we chose not to. but if they listened to him, we would have. listen. >> the real key was how can we develop a started providing weapons, we wouldn't know where those weapons would wind up. my view was we have to begin somewhere. i think in part we paid a price for not doing that in what we see happening with isis. >> bret?
>> yeah. that's significant for the former c.i.a. director, former defense secretary to say that. it tracks with what we saw in hillary clinton's book about the effort to push the president on training and arming the syrian rebels when we knew a lot more of the groups and the moderates. there you see the other leaders who have -- they've spoken out, them, hillary clinton and leon panetta being most appointed. but david petraeus and general dempsey also saying things about the early days of funding and training those syrian rebel groups. >> those are heavy hitters there when you see dempsey, petraeus, clienten, panetta. then when you hear this, and we're going to play a clip now and i'm sure you know it, king of jordan says this all could have been prevented, it will send chills through your spine. >> could the rise of isis have been prevented? >> they could have been prevented if the international
community worked harder together to make sure that funding the support to the original groups in syria were not allowed to get to the extent that they were. >> the international community, the united states intervened too late? >> i think we could have done a better job in making sure that earlier on it was identified who the bad people were and action by the international community was taken not to allow that to happen. >> bret, last night "60 minutes" was highly critical of the way the president of the united states has done with isis. >> it was very critical. the way it's portrayed is his national security team really pushed him and he pushed back. now, there will be defense that says those syrian rebels weren't ready to receive those weapons. they weren't -- and they could have fallen into the wrong hands, et cetera, et cetera. there are republicans on capitol
hill who had similar reservations. but his national security team in that moment is saying you have to get in the game here to affect the outcome and the fact that you see the king saying the international community, i mean, clearly he means the u.s. >> right. he also just keep in mind, who isn't in that shot? vice president joe biden, and valerie jarrett. so i guess maybe those two had more weight than the other five, six, seven or eight. >> yeah. we don't know the discussions behind closed doors. but we do know that the president listens to them greatly, especially on foreign policy matters. >> sure does. bret baier will be on 6:00 p.m. eastern time with "special report" live from d.c thank you very much for taking a little bit of your day. >> have a good day. it's ten minutes after the top of the hour. heather inaugurate is off, but we got heather childers. >> i have the latest.
we have some breaking developments to tell you about. a manhunt underway right now for three afghan soldiers who vanished right here in the united states. a major and two captains arrived at a military base in massachusetts on september 11 for training program. we just found out that they went missing during a trip to a shopping mall in cape cod. >> each hour that goes by it gets a little more concerning. finding out why you can't get in touch with them, why they haven't reached out to somebody, as time goes on, it gets more concerning. the other thing is were they victims of some type of violent act? so hopefully they've extended their weekend and they show up. >> the military insists that the men were fully vetted and do not pose a threat to the public. we will have a live report on all of this from cape cod. that's coming up in 30 minutes. closing in on a cop killer, a huge break in the search for suspect eric frien.
an assault rifle was just found stashed in the woods in pennsylvania and it is believed to belong to him. police say he was planning the ambush for months, maybe years. he seriously injured one state trooper and murdered another. people in the pocono, you're being told to stay inside and lock your doors. security at the white house beefed up this morning after two serious security incidents. did you hear about this? in one of them, the man actually got inside. omar gonzalez hopped the front fences and then bolted across the lawn. when secret service agents stopped him, they found he was armed with a knife. the iraq veteran's family claims he suffers from ptsd. he will face a judge today. and finally, can you see it in there? that is no house cat, brian. take a look. the video is a mountain lion running through a suburban
neighborhood in salt lake city. officers shot it with a tranquilizer. that didn't do too much good. it ran for more than a mile before being caught. >> never growled. never postured, aggressive posturing. it just wanted to run away. yes, it's very capable of going over six and eight-foot fences. it covered a lot of ground. >> he just wanted to run away. look at that. the lion found under a trailer, he will be relocated to a more rural area. that's probably a better thing. >> that's the way "wild kingdom" used to do it. knock them out and move them. >> i don't remember "wild kingdom" being in salt lake city. >> true. but they have to travel. marlin perkins would sit in the studio and let everybody do the hard work. >> brilliant. >> that followed disney. that was at 7:30 and disney special would be on right after, wouldn't it? >> it was syndicated, so it was on at different times throughout the country. >> my world is everybody else's
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reckless driving. police say over the weekend, matthew, a person of interest in the disappearance of university of virginia student, 18-year-old hannah graham, walked into the police station, spoke to an attorney and then got into a car and sped away. police are also look for anyone who might have seen this car last friday or saturday. police still know very little about matthew's interaction with graham the night she disappeared. >> i believe jesse matthew was the last person she was seen with before she vanished off the face of the earth 'cause it's been a week and we can't find her! somebody knows where she is. >> reporter: graham went missing more than a week ago. she was last seen on surveillance video walking into a restaurant with a man believed to be matthew. hannah's parents making an emotional plea to the public. >> this is every parent's worst nightmare. i'm certain that everybody in this room and those watching
knows that what happened to hannah could happen to their child. >> more than 1200 people spent their weekend searching for hannah. police say that they will keep searching until they find her. the police chief says that she doesn't want to -- he doesn't want to get tunnel vision just focusing on one person on matthew. he believes that someone knows where hannah graham is and he hopes they will come forward. back to you guys. >> all right. thank you very much. so this guy, jesse matthew, he sees himself on the television and goes in and talks to the police and says okay, i'd like a lawyer. lawyer comes, says okay. let's is a conversation. next thing you know, he gets in the car and drives off crazy. that's why there is an arrest warrant for him right now, because of his driving. we had on former lapd detective mark fuhrman on why mr. matthew initially went to the police station and then took off. >> to me, it seems that there is
frustration and anger and he's probably acting out his inability to help himself. he gets an attorney. he's basically throwing a lawyer block in the detectives' way. he's using that lawyer to not talk to the police, not cooperate with the police. it's a frustrating position for him because he probably knows exactly what happened after 1:00 o'clock that morning with hannah graham and i believe he was the last person to see hannah. >> mark fuhrman not the only one who feels that way. >> i thought suspicion would be enough without the reckless driving to pick him up. >> they already looked at his car and that's why they got a search warrant for his house. so there is some stuff they haven't revealed yet. >> they're also trying to connect the dots between the cases of missing women that have gone -- >> a dozen in the last five years out in that area of virginia. coming up, no need for jail. just stand on the corner of shame. yep. a judge causing quite a
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breaking overnight. back to emergency landings at the dallas airport. two american airplanes packed with people had technical issues within moments of each other. one on the way to fresno, california. the other flying to buenos aires. problems with cabin pressure. they returned safely to dallas two minutes apart. in delaware a second person died when a tour bus flipped over. police say the driver was trying take a curve on a steep offramp. the bus was heading back to washington, d.c 48 people were hurt.
and five extremely dangerous inmates who escaped a california prison are back behind bars. police say they got out by breaking a window. those guys are resourceful. they were in jail on charges ranging from armed robbery to attempted murder. elisabeth? >> thanks, brian. a group of highway heros being applauded this morning, rightfully so, for saving the lives of three teen-agers after their suv plunged into a ravine. >> oh, my god! look at that! look at that! oh, my god! yes! >> remarkable what you're seeing right here. it happened last week in salt lake city. the first man to jump in and encourage those others to get in and help out is leo montoya who joins us now with his story. leo, good morning. i'm saying it's good to see you. but i have a feeling everybody there was pretty happy to see you after what we looked at in that video. describe to us how you knew something was wrong. i know you were on your bike.
>> yes. i heard the explosion or the wreck and when i got to the bridge, everybody was looking into the water, but nobody was doing anything. and i knew that i -- i heard there was children in the vehicle. so i immediately jumped in and tried to get them out and realized that was a futile effort. just convinced everybody that was watching on the bridge to get in there immediately and flip this vehicle. that was the only way the kids were going to live. >> it's incredible the thinking and the action you took. when you realized it was futile, your first attempt, what did you find? why did you need everyone to start flipping the vehicle? because you dove underneath the water. what did you find? >> i thought i was on the driver's side and it didn't dawn on me until i had opened the door that there was no steering wheel. i couldn't feel nobody in the front. so the second time i went in, i
felt a person's head in the back seat and i came back out to get a knife because they had the belt strap on them. that's going to take a long time just to get a knife. so when looking up and seeing all the people on the bridge, i realized, hey, we got enough people here, we can flip this truck over and get them so they can start breathing or at least get help to them. >> so you in that split second, i mean, saved his life. did you think you'd be a i believe to get enough people to actually do the work? that's a huge vehicle to get right side up again. >> i really did think that we could do it. i kind of went a little bit crazy and was screaming quite a bit. but there was enough team and i knew we could do it. >> you certainly took charge there. the teen that you got out, he made it okay? >> i hear that there was three people in the vehicle and all three of them came out okay and they're just fine right now. >> my goodness.
once that happened, so many people jumped in and did the right thing under your direction. you were a true corporal, we'll call you in this safety and rescue. what did you all say to each other, leo? >> it was just thank you. i was just thanking everybody for helping and right now i'd like to say thank you for all the people that jumped in that water and made the difference. i want to say thank you to marcine stevens from the eye care for kids, stepped up and gave me some glasses. i'm unemployed at this time. so that was a really big help for me. she replaced the glasses that i had lost when jumping in the water. >> wow. a big gift from her as you offered one to so many. you're a locksmith. correct? >> yes, ma'am. >> okay. you know what? you unlocked a whole new set of days for the boys in that car. we always say better with friends here at "fox & friends." i'd say #betterwithleo. you're a hero and we wish you
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a fox news alert for you. a search underway at this hour for three afghan soldiers who disappeared while training at a u.s. military base here in the united states. wfxtv reporter jessica reyes is here. what else do we know this morning? >> reporter: good morning. the search for those are in full force. we know they have been missing since saturday. but right now officials with the national guard are sort of down playing this, saying at this point, there is no indication that these three pose any threat to the public. but we do know that all three of them are members of the afghan national army and we're told that one of them is a major and two of them are captains. we know that they got here on september 11 for a training program hosted by the massachusetts national guard and the u.s. central command. 200 soldiers from six different countries are taking part in it, including the u.s.
the goal of this exercise is apparently to promote cooperation among the countries and prepare them for international events. the director of public affairs for joint base cape cod tells us that the visiting soldiers are not required to stay on base and he says they were last seen at the cape cod mall in hyannis, massachusetts. as of this morning, still no word on where they may be or what may have happened to them. but here is international law enforcement and security consultant dan, formerly of the boston police department, with his take on the situation. >> each hour that goes by it gets more concerning. finding out why you can't get in touch with them, why they haven't reached out to somebody. as time gets on, it gets more concerning. the other thing is were they victims of some type of violent act. so hopefully they extended their weekend and at some point will show up tonight or be found by folks. >> reporter: as you just heard, concern growing with every hour
that these three are missing. but ofcials are the base are saying that at this point, there is no indication that these three pose any threat to the public. even so, the search is on in full force this morning and includes law enforcement agencies at the local, state and federal level, including the f.b.i that's the latest. jessica reyes, back to you. >> thank you very much. live report from cape cod. i bet they just don't want to go back to afghanistan. >> compare cape cod to afghanistan. the other thing is, i like to talk to some of the soldiers training them and find out, did they profile those people set to bug out and cause a ruckus? >> maybe people in the mall have more information about the last purchases. >> i just wouldn't think you would be allowed to. if you're training at a cape cod base, stay in cape cod. if not, you're going to be escorted. wouldn't you think? >> i think when you're posted somewhere, you get time off. you can't stay on base all the time.
they're look for them. so keep an eye out. 25 minutes before the top of the hour. heather has some headlines. >> from people wanting to stay here to some wanting to leave, isis in need of women. the terror group using social media to recruit females to marry their fighters and have children. we recently learned of two austerian teenage girls heading over and they're reportedly pregnant. the group's postings telling women they will, quote, have kids and cook. some isis fighters claiming ten to 20 women arrive daily. a stunning new report, top level officials are leaving the department of homeland security at alarming rates and it could be putting our security at risk. the report found employees have left dhs twice as fast as the rest of the government in the past four years. some of the reasons, a dysfunctional work environment and low morale. plus they say private contractors are offering them more money. a drag racer is lucky to be alive this morning after this
insane crash. look. >> oh, my god. >> yeah. the driver, by the way, thrown right through the windshield. you can see his legs sticking out of that windshield. but he was able to walk away, walk out of the car. >> really? >> yeah. that's him. lucky, lucky. one missouri judge is fed up with law breakers, disrespecting the court. instead of sending them to jail, he is sending repeat offenders to the corner of shame. here is how the judge explained it right here on "fox & friends." >> this isn't a laughing matter. i mean, it's very serious. without judicial orders being followed, the law is only words. it's my responsibility to make sure that people not only respect, but follow court's orders. >> the judge has gotten mixed
reactions. the most seem more willing to wear the sign than go to jail. and we have some viewer response to that. >> is that true, we have viewer response? >> linda said this punishment looks too easy. i say make them do public work and not something menial. >> 'cause he's smile. >> german writes, shame and public humiliation is a powerful motivator. this may be more effective than jail. >> wow. >> so many people wouldn't show up for their court dates, they wouldn't pay the fine. he didn't want to put them in jail. so this seemed to him like a better solution. >> one woman who has never been punished 'cause she's never done anything wrong, maria molina who is outside. and she says it's fall. >> 10:00 o'clock tonight, start raking. >> it will kick off at 10:29 p.m but because it's the start of fall, i have some fall trivia for you. are you ready? we have a nice trivia question coming up for you guys.
that question is: why do leaves change color in the fall? is it because a, it is colder. b, there is less light. c, there is less in, or d, because the trees are dying. which answer do you think is correct. >> what was the first one? >> because it's colder. >> let's poll the audience. >> 'cause there is less rain or because the trees are dying? what do you guys think is right? >> i'm going with less light. >> sure. >> i'm going to say because they're dying. >> the correct answer is b, because there is less light. i'm sorry, brian. >> wow. i thought all the trees are dying. >> no. good to see you guys. >> that's so sad. thanks, maria. >> weather across the country, relatively country. showers and storms across the southeast and rockies and those temperatures already feeling like fall across parts of the great lakes in the midwest. early this morning in the 40s
and 50s out there. the highs in cleveland only going to make it into the 50s. look at texas, always feeling like summer out there. 90s and 80s widespread. let's head over to brian. >> thank you very much. you want to hear what happened in the games yesterday. monday morning means nfl highlights. in a rematch of last year's super bowl, the denver broncos trying to get revenge. tying it up before the end of regulation. they lose the toss. and then seattle would have a masterful 80-yard drive and win at home. the broncos do not get revenge. what do you do after a football game? shed of the seattle seahawks was asking his girlfriend to marry him after a win against the broncos. he changed out of his uniform, into a dress shirt 'cause she demanded it. he kneeled down mid field and
popped the question. >> wow. >> she said yes. he then posted the picture on instagram, got a lot of likes. >> good thing. victory there for the guy. and the girl. because i missed that first game. coming up straight ahead, somebody else read. i'm exhausted. >> it's a new idea to jump start our economy. have the government start handing out free cash? we're serious. peter johnson, jr. is on that next. that's right. and his mission to protect and serve, that's exactly what he did to save this beloved mascot, a sleeping colleague, dog and master join us live. move over, number 7, right into a brick wall musical chairs. fun, right?
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15 minutes to the top of the hour. business news for you. home depot just announcing it will offer free identity protection services and credit monitoring for a year to the 56 million customers affected by its data breach. price of cars are falling. the average cost is under $11,000. and air bus announcing a new design to shrink restrooms to create more space in the cabin. i don't know how i'd feel about that, steve. >> the bathrooms are small enough already. all right. thank you very much. talk about a windfall. there is an unusual new plan being proposed that could jump start our economy. asking the federal government to give american families cold, hard cash. joining us is fox news legal analyst, peter johnson, jr. >> good morning. this is incredible. i think we should all think about it. maybe it's a good idea. maybe not. i want to know what you think afterwards. in foreign affairs magazine, an article written by professor mark blithe of brown university
and eric lonergan say rather than trying to spur private sector spending, or interest rate changes, central banks such as the fed, federal reserve should hand consumers cash directly. the government could distribute cash equally to all households or even better, aim for the bottom. 80% of households in terms of income. so steve, he's saying cold, hard cash in the hands of 80% of americans today to jump start the economy. >> i get that. rather than give -- buy all those bonds on wall street, which we've been doing for a number years to stimulate the economy. but haven't we been given cold hard cash to millions of americans anyway? >> let's look at that. entitlement spending in america in 2013, $266 billion for welfare. nearly $80 billion for food stamps. without even looking at obamacare with regard to aid to other countries in 2012. the u.s. gave $31.2 billion in
economic assistance. so this professor and this hedge fund manager is saying, we do all kinds of things in terms of monetary or fiscal policy. we add new dash to the american system. we play with interest rates. we do quantitative easing. he's saying give to the poorest 80% of americans, cold hard cash in order to stop deflation, in order to jump start the economy. we're hearing this morning that the people who were laid off in the last five years, 20% -- 20% of those people are still unemployed, even more underemployed. so huey long in the 30s had a proposal. john keens had a proposal. barry banknotes in coal mines. share the wealth. give away thousands of dollars to americans, even wrote a song about it and he sang it as well.
♪ every man a king ♪ you can be -- >> you want to be a millionaire. let's talk about it. should america give cold hard cash rather than welfare to americans? new socialism or saving capitalism? let's find out. let's talk about it. >> interesting idea rather than bail out wall street, bail out main street. >> middle america. you need help. >> e-mail him with your suggestion on whether or not it's a good idea. coming up, his mission to protect and serve and that's exactly what he did to save his beloved mascot, a sleeping colleague. dog and master here next. first bill hemmer is going to be taking the field here in about 11 minutes. >> steve, good morning. it's busy monday. where is hannah graham? the police chief is live in a moment on that. leon panetta says the obama team made a big mistake not going after isis earlier. we will analyze his comments.
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close call at this weekend's texas a & m game when a quick thinking cadet saved the university mascot from being trampled by a player from the opposing team. mascot corporal ryan kreider is the brave cadet who saved the aggies' first lady reveille. both okay. if you can, ryan, bring me through the moment when an overthrown pass sent the receiver your direction.
>> yes, sir. like you said, overthrown pass and noticed the receiver going for it and kind of pushed out of bounds. so i saw him heading straight towards reveille and i and kind of football instincts took over, i lowered my shoulder and redirected him. >> you're a high school football player and it was a saturday. so you're used to playing on this day. there your collie is sitting on the ground and you let instinct take over. >> yes, sir. >> wow. i don't want to point fingers, should he have been sleeping during the game or should he have been resting during the game? was that the place for her to be? >> well, she's been mascot since 2008, so she's been to quite a few games and she's seen it several times. it wasn't too much of an interesting game, so i guess she decided she would get a nap in there. right after it happened, she kind of lift up, startled a little bit and went back to
napping. >> by the way, that was derek thompson who was pushed aside and then you knock him aside. what was his reaction when he got hit by you? >> he didn't really react too much. i'm sure he was a little shocked. he just ran back on the field. i don't know -- next time that happened, he'd kind of make sure he stopped before he got to him. >> i guess we're boring reveille a little bit. this time it's the dog who is bored. real quick, your command anti-was very happy you protected him. what's he doing for you? >> he's so proud of me, he is going to buy my senior boots, which they're worth $1,600. and it's a huge deal at texas a & m in the corps to make it through your four years and get those senior booms it's also really hard financially to pay for them. so i really appreciate it. that's kind of when i knew it was a big deal, when he decided
to pay for my boots. >> social media took over. 58-6 was the final, but everyone is talking about your save of reveille. thanks so much, ryan. best of luck. >> thank you. >> thanks for what do you and thanks for protecting the dog and i'm glad you're getting your boots for free. >> thank you, brian. five minutes before we're done. stick around because we all have one story for the road and it's about a reporter that just won't quit. >> as for this job, well, not that i have a choice, but [ bleep ]. i quit you can eat that on weight watchers?
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so that's that. >> we have one for the road beginning with a fox news correspondent who hurled herself out of a plane over the weekend. take a look. >> we're jump not guilty with our warriors so she can understand what they're going through. >> wow. >> it features injured veterans to inspire other veterans to never give up. >> very nice. >> good job. >> anchorage in alaska reporter quitting live on the air. >> and as for this job, well, not that i have a choice ([ bleep ]), i quit. >> station issues an apology, said she's been terminated, but she had already quit. you make the call at home. >> apparently she was covering a story that she was actually involved in. >> right. >> meanwhile, tomorrow on the program, laura ingraham is going to be joining us, plus typical