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already thanksgiving week. >> go grocery shopping if he haven't already because it will be packed on wednesday. >> and count your blessings and be thankful because we are thankful for you. "fox & friends" starts now. good morning. it is monday, november 23, 2014. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. a fox news alert for you. today the grand jury will reconvene in ferguson, missouri, as police put up barricades and prepare for a decision. we are live on the ground with the latest. >> now a nationwide debate over police and race. >> white police officers weren't be there if you weren't killing each other. >> the mechanism of white supremacy at work in your mind. >> more from that outrageous exchange this morning. >> could this be the greatest catch of all time? >> i don't think he stepped out either. >> that may be the greatest catch i've ever seen.
>> boy oh boy, the three-finger grab that sparked a social media firestorm. we know it well because mornings are better with you, our friends. >> miracle catch. >> this is bob sagett and you're watching "fox & friends." >> thank you very much, the guy from "full house." it is november 24. >> it is november 24. anyone getting ready for thanksgiving understands they want it to be the 23rd because they want one more day. >> peter doocy said he didn't have time to do the show today because he wanted to work on his giblets. >> i don't want it too salty. juicier but not my liking. no brian. -- no brine. >> it is thanksgiving week, of course this thursday but today all eyes on ferguson, missouri and we start with
a fox news alert. >> police barricades are in place at the courthouse and the grand jury is set to reconvene in just a matter of hours. >> we're live outside the courthouse. good morning, adam. >> good morning. we're 15 miles or so from where the ferguson protests are taking place. the weather is the story here the last couple of days keeping most people off the streets. it's been very cold and rainy. no different last night. let me give you a live look at the courthouse. no one knows what is going to happen. there have been a lot of stories about what's going to happen when. it comes down to the people who know what is going on are inside that grand jury room. we're told the grand jury is going to meet here today but we've been told that before and no one knows for sure. if they do meet today and a decision does come down, the barricades are up and people have been preparing. as you might imagine, law enforcement all over the region has been preparing especially here at the courthouse in clayton.
yesterday on some of the sunday shows there was a lot of talk about what's been going on here. the attorney for the brown family was quite controversial on a number of points, insisting that this all has to really do with racism. >> you know what? in america we have a constitution. we have a right to trial by jury. i have no doubt if they were to indict the police officer, he will be guaranteed his full constitutional rights of innocence until proven guilty. he will get every benefit of the doubt. i don't worry about the due process for officer wilson. i worry about the due process for the little black boy dead on the ground. >> back here live, it is those type of words that have inflamed a lot of what's been going on here as you might imagine. here at the justice center it's been pretty quiet the last couple of days. there was protests a few days ago. there have been small protests around the area but nothing like we saw last summer for sure, although it is expected to
get much larger when a decision does come down. we've been told the grand jury will meet today, at least that's what the reports are. really it comes down to ohm the people in that jury room know what's happening and if they'll be in this courthouse today and whether or not we'll get a decision. >> adam in clayton, missouri, about 20 miles from ferguson. thank you very much. luckily we've got a lawyer on retainer here. peter, friday we heard that they had wrapped up and people thought they wrapped completely. they were just wrapped for the week. going forward, what are they doing in that grand jury room? >> there's been a lot of rumors and concerns. let's talk about the w's of the grand jury. who are these grand juries? >> seven men, five women, some white, some black.
what are they going to decide? they're going to decide to bring something called a true bill, meaning that there's probable cause to believe that the accused committed the crime for which he or she has been charged. and so it will range from involuntary manslaughter all the way up to some form, probably second degree murder or no true bill meaning there is no probable cause and no indictment. and this decision is made solely by the men and women of that county after deliberation, after hearing the witnesses. we know they've heard from officer wilson. they've heard from fox news consultant dr. michael baden. not sure who else testified, probably a lot of police officers. they'll hear all the evidence and make a decision based on that. >> is the time line now -- because it's been three months -- many are suspecting they can't come to a decision? is that what you assume at this point as well? >> we don't know.
typically they meet one day a week. we understand they have met more than one day a week but not five days a week. it is interesting for people to know this is based on the common law. and in a grand jury there is a foreman, a forewoman elected. and they have the right to issue subpoenas. they have the right to decide which witnesses should be brought forth. if they believe more witnesses should be brought forward, they direct the prosecutor to say we want witness x, we want witness y, we want witness z. truly a people's jury. >> are you saying the grand jurors are running the show? >> essential lip under the direction and guidance and leadership of the prosecutor. if you have a strong grand jury, they can say we don't have enough evidence. we want more evidence, we want more witnesses. and that's what happens. the prosecutor has an obligation to bring those people forward. >> in the meantime tensions are running high. the school district is closed. 100 f.b.i. agents dispatched to the area waiting for them to possibly reconvene today. >> hundreds of civil rights
lawyers convening in that area allegedly to watch the police. how did that happen? >> yesterday on one of the sunday chat shows former mayor of new york city rudy giuliani squared off against attorney eric dyson. rudy brought up the accurate fact -- there's michael eric die sn, the fellow he squared off against -- about the number of people killed in the black community and it sparked quite a debate. listen to this. >> i find it very disappointing that you're not discussing the fact that 93% of blacks killed in america are killed by other blacks. we're talking about the exception. snoip -- >> no black people commit crimes because they're not going to jail. that's a false equivalency that the mayor has drawn. deeply embedded in the american culture. black people who kill black
people go to jail. highways policemen who kill -- white policemen who kill black people do not go to jail. >> how about 75% of the crime in my city -- >> your attitude -- >> this is a debate -- >> this is a debate >> when i become mayor, i'll do that. >> white police officers wouldn't be there if you weren't killing each other. >> white supremacy at work in your mind. >> taking off the glasses and rolling up the sleeves. that debate sparked a lot more on twitter, facebook. a ton of people fired up about this. rudy giuliani is going to join us today at 7:15. you're not going to want to miss that. >> he's taken a lot of heat on the intent. i'm sure he wants to respond to that. in the meantime heather childers joins us. >> hope you had a great weekend. we begin with this, one person is dead, dozens hurt after a crash so violent a
tour bus flipped over on a california freeway. it was traveling from los angeles to washington. officers say driver fatigue may be to blame. earlier in the morning that same bus with the same driver hit a dennis restaurant -- denny's restaurant. people in buffalo, new york are bracing for flooding as they were hit with seven feet of snow. rescue teams and boats standing by. that rain could also add to the weight already on the rooftops and causing more collapses like that one. another deadline fast approaching, and there are signs that the u.s. and iran still do not have a deal. western powers are hoping to make iran reduce its ability to make nuclear weapons in exchange for a pull back on sanctions. however, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu believes sanctions should
be made stronger in order to squeeze a deal out of iran. talks could resume early next month. the super bowl matchup still a mystery but we know who is taking the stage at half time. ♪ ♪ >> the nfl finally confirming that katy perry will perform at the super bowl. >> i've got some insane ideas this year, like what if we covered the stadium in glitter. in the glitter was edible. >> i like that idea. the singer currently on tour in australia tweeted my band is in the other room screaming at the tv and each other over this cowboys-giants game. can't wait for february 1. and those are a look at your headlines. speaking of that cowboys-giants game, what a catch. did you see that catch? i'm not sure anybody missed
it. could it be the greatest catch of all time? twitter is erupting. take a look at this. >> and manning -- the flag. how in the world -- >> oh my goodness. >> brandon carl was back there. he is insane. how do you make that catch? >> oh my goodness! >> look at this. one handed. >> two fingers, three fingers? odell beckham jr. possibly the greatest catch of all time, three fingers. despite their loss to the cowboys, this had everybody fired up. even lebron james tweeted, i witnessed the greatest catch possibly by odell beckham jr.
>> people were actually doing photo shopping. >> that is kind of a super hero. >> that went from victor cruz to richard sherman from the seattle seahawks giving him props. look at this photo shopped thrif -- cliffhanger loving that. odell beckham, after all the accolades, he tweeted this. going to sleep but want to thank god for everything he's doing in my life #trulyblessed. >> that overshadows that the giants lost. >> did they lose? >> that was something to talk about. thank you very much for joining us on this holiday monday. 12 minutes after the top of the hour. when it comes to dealing with tension in ferguson, missouri, president obama says the answer is better training for police
officers. >> i want to make sure that the police are trained so they can distinguish between a gang banger and a kid who just happens to be wearing a hoodie. >> okay. is that really the appropriate response from the president? we'll talk about that. >> and this city's christmas tree is so ugly folks demanded a new one. did they get their an update coming up. it can't be an ugly christmas tree. >> here's garth brooks performing at last night's american music awards. ♪ ♪ was just named motor trend's 2015 car of the year. so was the 100% electric e-golf, and the 45 highway mpg tdi clean diesel. and last but not least, the high performance gti.
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ferguson, former homicide detective and fox news contributor rod wheeler. good morning, rod. >> good morning, guys. >> is the president making any sense? is anything he's talking about have anything to do with what's going on with regard to this potential grand jury indictment of officer wilson? >> well, i can put it like this. michael brown wasn't wearing a hoodie when he and officer wilson had the confrontation. so i'm not exactly sure the premise by which the president is making that statement. the president also made the statement months ago, as we know, in the trayvon martin case that if he had a son he would look like trayvon. i wonder if the president meant to say if the president had a son he would be wearing a hoodie. it's not about a hoodie, guys. it's about race and about this generation of kids these days, their lack of ability to communicate properly and the fact that they have very little communication skills. i think that's where the issue comes in. so police departments as
well as the community is equally responsible for everything we see going on here, and including this situation here in ferguson. >> guys, do you believe those comments by the president which are, i think, assumed to be meant to ease tensions, do you believe they're doing that or making things worse? >> well, my is that they don't help the situation. they don't necessarily hurt the situation, but i kind of would prefer the president stay out of this. this is a local community issue here. this is a issue in which the community of ferguson, the people of ferguson and their police department and their elected leadership needs to sit down and get an understanding of each other and work towards the problem. this isn't a situation where we need the president or eric holder flying in, or al sharpton or anybody else flying in to try to help them out with this situation here. >> rod, the way you're describing it, it makes it sound like there is a respect problem, people don't respect the police. >> it is a new generation. kids these days, i was
interviewing three or four kids the other day and they werell about seven or eight years old. i asked them what do you think about the police these days. these are little kids. they said the police are bad people. that is what these kids are being brought up to think and believe. we need to change that some kind of way. >> indeed we do. rod wheeler joining us from ferguson, missouri. could be a decision later today. >> superb job all weekend, rod. >> a major social security breach in a u.s. airport that's no stranger to problems. what you need to know this morning. >> want to get the scoop on black friday deals without leaving the house or poring through the sale ads? kurt the cyber guy has tips and tricks to download next. ♪
at 24 minutes past the top of the hour we have quick headlines for you now. it's happened yet again. for the third time since april there's been a security breach at the airport in san jose, california. a 39-year-old man walked right on the tarmac and stole a truck. police chased him down and arrested him. no word yet on how he got there exactly. hey, maryland, good thing you didn't elect this guy. democratic governor candidate anthony brown is in major debt. brown borrowed half a million-dollar from a labor union for his campaign and now that he missed the deadline to pay it back there is trouble. still brown says he intends to make good on his debt.
>> before you go shopping this black friday there are plenty of apps for your smart phone you need to know about to help save serious cash. the cyber guy kurt is here with a rundown of his favorites. he was showing me stuff on his phone. you're going to want this stuff because you can save big money. >> the classics have gotten better. good morning. we're talking about indoor mapping when you go shopping is a new concept. aisle 411 is a free app. you hit navigate the aisles and near wherever you are essentially you're going to see walgreens, toys 'r' us and home depot on the list. pick one of the stores near you and what it does -- we'll pop to inside of new york or jump back to a zip code where it does have these maps, it shows you in essence what's on every single aisle inside this store. you check in and boom, you go in and, yes, we'll change it to that one and see there is the store map and i have put down a
couple of items like christmas lights. so you can walk in and say i'm going to go to aisle 24, midway on the left side is where i'm going to find it and i'm out the door that fast. this is a brilliant app. we have another one called buy via. we're not going to rate you now but this will also have black friday apps sections at the top. it's going to show you when we click it. >> you can look for the stuff you want first? >> you can. what we're going to do this is what's called going to the store and zapping the item and u.p.c. code. that is a trend called show rooming. most people do this on your smart phones. you click something and find out how much does it cost nearby somewhere else and it will give you the amazon price. this is a brilliant app to get smart and be smart while you're in the store and not pay as much money. this one i love which is you've got your list already going for the holiday. track if is a new app which
you can list all the things that you planned to buy. what it does is notifies you when the items that you have put down on your list have gone down in price. so you end up saving money. i just got pushed an e-mail yesterday for a tv we were using as a demo for this. 500 bucks it dropped in price at costco on this. just wild, wild way it save money without you doing any elbow grease to have to say the money. finally i'll show you this. this you add on to a browseer. i've got a video of it because it is a little complicated to show on a mobile platform, but this does work this way. this is called honey. it's a honey browser app. for example, we're going to one of the 400 retailers. we click here and see that little h on the top right, that right there, what it does is it will activate all the coupon codes and all the sales going on. i'll show what those savings are. right now it's showing it's got 40 coupon codes that may apply to our shopping experience here l what it
does next that's brilliant is for a lot of these merchants you can go in and start adding stuff to your cart. you've got honey going on. and it will know based on what you're buying, this coupon code works the best and suddenly see the amount of money go down in the cart. averages around $8 in savings. >> you saved us so much money. one of our producers was telling us before we got started she was at toys 'r' us, and i think the idea app and found a lower price at wal-mart, showed the checkout person at toys 'r' us, they gave her the price right there. >> that's often what's working. don't walk out the store without -- it's a great lesson. at least try to get that price because who wants to go to the next store? >> he's got great lessons. go to cyberguy.com. thank you, cyber guy. coming up on this monday, a school district taking security into their own hands by arming the teachers. but there's a catch. even the music industry
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♪ >> there's taylor swift last night at the american music awards at the nokia theater. it was hosted by pit bull, who given what the president did on thursday night from the cross hall of the white house with executive action regarding immigration, he decided to mix a little pop music with some politics. listen to this. >> look at the crowd. we've got everybody here tonight: black, white, pink, purple, orange, asian, latinos. and guess what? president obama said we can all stay. god bless america!
>> he's a good host. >> executive action taking center stage there at the music awards. maybe it should be called exclusive executive action. george stephanopoulos on "the week" challenged the president about the executive action and asked him could this actually happen with another president using executive action, prosecutorial discretion for, say, taxes, or is it just you? and this is what the president had to say. >> how do you respond to the argument a future president wants in, wants lower taxes, doesn't happen. congress won't do it. he says i'm not going to prosecute those who don't pay capital gains tax? >> the truth of the matter is, george, that the reason that we have to do prosecutorial discretion in immigration is that we know that we are not even close to being able to deal with the folks who have been here a long time. the vast majority of folks understand that they need to pay taxes.
>> you don't need to be legitimate for a future president to make that argument? >> with respect to taxes, absolutely not. >> the question was right on and it goes to the heart of what was going on. we have immigration laws, mr. president. if we can ignore those, why can't you ignore the tax laws? maybe the i.r.s. targeting the tea party and other constitutionalist dpriewps in this country was a former prosecutorial discretion, the government saying we're going to pick on them because we feel like picking on them. we're not going to prosecute other folks but we are going to go after tea party folks and see what they're up to. it's a slippery slope and i think stephanopoulos was pointing it out in the question. i don't think the president had a strong, concise answer to it. the truth is based on the precedent that he set here, can future presidents say i'm going to ignore the law with impunity? and the answer is yes. will they be emboldened?
yes, because they said obama did it. >> precedent set parliamentary inquiry our president, for -- precedent set by our president. for better or worse? we want to know what you think. e-mail or twitter us. now we go to heather childers. >> good morning. we begin with a shocking report. don't know if you've heard about this yet. a shocking new report revealing a con man was put in charge of ebola cleanup in new york city. the city awarded this man an emergency contract to disinfect dr. craig spencer's harlem apartment after he was diagnosed with ebola but the cleanup truck had permit numbers belonging to a dead man. he was seen here on fox business claiming to have years of experience. >> -- never had an issue. this is the first time [inaudible] >> if you can hear, he said it is the third time dusting for anthrax, one of
the things he does. turns out pain has a long rap sheet including defrauding homeowners of millions during the housing crisis. he has not been charged with a crime yet in the ebola case. outrage in california. school officials reinstated a controversial curriculum regarding abu jamal. students are asked to compare him to martin luther king jr. the superintendent tells critics the curriculum is on-line. the lesson was previously removed in april after complaints from the murdered police officer's widow. >> ohio considering arming teachers to protect students. the riverside local school board holding discussions with police on whether teachers should have access to loaded guns in emergencies. the guns would be placed throughout the schools in
locked boxes. the school board says that the move might discourage would-be shooters but they won't approve anything without community support. a pennsylvania town could soon get back in the holiday spirit hopefully. the reading town council getting a new christmas tree to replace what they're calling a droopy christmas tree. it is a 50 foot spruce that outraged a lot of people. they demanded a new tree to replace the charlie brown-like one. the new bigger tree should be ready for a lighting redo this weekend. those are a look at your headlines. you can still love a charlie brown tree as well. >> it was beautiful. >> it had character. >> thank you, heather. >> we've got extreme weather now. buffalo bracing for major flooding today. they got seven feet of snow last week. boats and rescue teams are standing by. maria molina is joining us from our world
headquarters. where outside here in new york city it is 60-something degrees. >> we're going to be looking at record high temperatures being set likely across portions of the east. it is very warm outside. i want to focus on buffalo. they got over seven feet of snow last week and now we're looking at rain impacting that region and significant snow melt because of how warm it is outside. flood warnings are in effect. we know rivers and creeks are running at high levels. look at that storm system. it is very widespread not only impacting buffalo but many cities along the i-95 corridor. boston picking up very heavy rain right now. we're likely going to be dealing with travel delays throughout the day. again very mild. highs in the 70's in places like raleigh, north carolina. upper 60's in new york city. look at chicago, rapid city, much cooler air in place. that will be moving eastward and cooling us down across portions of the east. i want to move forward towards wednesday into thursday, one of the
busiest travel times of the year. take a look at that. those are winter storm watches in effect. parts of new jersey, connecticut could be looking at six to ten inches of snow. new york city is not included under that winter storm watch. we're going to be looking at a rain-snow mix. could be looking at half a foot of snow in those areas. that goes in effect wednesday morning through thursday morning. let's head back inside. >> new york city is not included but my house is. thank you very much. >> thank you, maria. chances are you're going to be sitting in some traffic this thisk week but there -- this thanksgiving week but there is one place in america worse than the rest. do you live there? we're going to tell you. >> did president just dis hillary clinton? >> i think the american people, they're going to want that new car smell. they want to drive something off the lot that doesn't have as much mileage as me. >> and other obstacles a
welcome back. a look at some headlines. a curious line causes an hour long traffic jam. the animal crossing a bridge at a park in south africa. you can see nervous drivers slowing down and letting the big cat pass. the park promises a wildlife experience and it delivered here. another traffic jam about to get underway in l.a. experts say los angeles will have the worst traffic in the country this thanksgiving week. but roads won't be much better in portland, san
francisco or seattle. travel crews suggest that you hit the road on thanksgiving instead of the day before. >> thank you, peter. did president obama just endorse hillary clinton in 2016 for a white house bid or not? take a listen and you be the judge. >> if she decides to run, i think she believe a formidable candidate. i think she'd be a great president. she's not going to agree with me on everything. you know, one of the benefits of running for president is you can stake out your own positions. i think the american people, they're going to want that new car smell. they want to drive something off the lot that doesn't have as much mileage as me. >> joining us now with his take, political strategist ronl -- roger stone had a major hand in elections of presidents bush and reagan.
what do you think about that? >> that was one of the most passive endorsements i've seen. it was backhanded. on the one hand hillary clinton needs to identify with obama's policies to get nominated but if she does so it makes it more difficult for her to get elected. he just made a reference to a woman who will be 69 years old if she's elected president and talked about the need for a new car. that was really i think very typical of the tension that exists between the clintons and obamas. >> the national organization for women on that one, we'll see how quiet they are. do you think his poll numbers with the american people will harm her? >> i think that is the problem. i think she has to embrace him to get nominated but between ebola and immigration and all of these -- and a sour economy, he would be a steamer trunk on her back going into a general election. she's got a tough road
ahead. >> we saw those numbers there. 60% that disapprove of the job that president obama is doing. this is an nbc news/"wall street journal" poll. 60% disapprove of the job the president is doing. certainly going to possibly come to haunt anyone on that side of the aisle on election day. dark horse predictions? >> former senator jim webb from virginia beginning to make a rational case as to why he ought to be president. maybe even governor martin o'malley of maryland, although i think that is more difficult having his successor as lieutenant governor being defeated. i think that puts a little bit of a problem on his forward-going candidacy. >> before we go, insight here with hillary clinton's relationship with wall street, where do you see that playing in 2016? >> i think that causes her real problems within the context of the democratic party. frankly, a much greater issue is the new public
bill cosby scandal which is going to cause a reexamine of the actions of bill clinton and what hillary knew about those actions and what she did to suppress them. i think the bill cosby issue as it were could be a real problem for bill clinton and, therefore, for hillary clinton. >> interesting assessment. roger stone, always great to have you here. thanks. this coming up, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani taking heat for a comment on the tensions in ferguson. >> i find it very disappointing that you're not discussing the fact that 93% of blacks in america are killed by other blacks. >> the former presidential candidate stands by his comments and he is here live in the next hour. you think you need college to get a good-paying job? wrong. how you can make six figures without a college degree. ♪
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career advisor with careerbuilder.com. good morning. >> good morning. >> i understand that for the top jobs for 2015 with no college degree needed, you can make $100,000 or more. let's talk about what they are. >> the number one job is truck driver. you wouldn't think that this would be a high paying job, but unfortunately, there is such a demand for them across the country, that many companies have had to up the salary and providing all these additional benefits. so you're going to make probably six figures on this one. >> we got a shortage of truck drivers in this country, i understand. the next one is something called a window trimmer. what's a window trimmer and how much can they make? >> companies right now had to invest in their brands. we're really seeing this in the retail space. these are the people who not only doing the windows that we're seeing all over the city, but also the fixtures inside that really make you want to come in and actually buy products. so they're very important to any business right now. >> there is a mention on that
with regard to a hiring gap. what is that? >> what we're seeing is the number of applications and the number of hires aren't close together. when you look at truck driver, there is more than 100,000 a month gap in people who aren't filling this position. that's a big problem we need to address in 2015. >> we all need health care. so, orderly, healthcare worker workers. >> this is an important part of any health care organization. an ordererly is the person who is the assistant to the doctors and nurses. they don't usually work in life-threatening or life-roles, but these are the people who will help them out. as we put more people into our health care system, we really need them to make sure things run smoothly. >> let's run quickly throughout jobs you can have. if you have a college degree, marketing executive. >> companies are investing in their brand. they're bringing back marketing
that got cut first during the recession. this is number within. >> number two is software developer. what is that? >> this is anything having to do with i.t. and redoing that web site and producing new software. this really wasn't impacted during the recession, but it continues to grow. as technology continues to change, we need people because there is that growing skills gap. >> there is a growing gap between postings and hirings for registered nurses, especially with the expanded health care in this country. what about registered nurse? >> that's so important. we are seeing people graduating out of nursing programs. unfortunately, they're not moving right into jobs because a lot of the jobs out there need experience. so you're seeing a lot of health care organizations across the country are having to adjust their recruitment strategy and provide that on the job training so they can have those nurses to fill those open positions. >> these are great facts coming up for 2015 that will help people get jobs, thanks for
being here with us. >> thank you. coming up, president obama says he's exercised great restraint with his executive action on immigration. donald trump would beg to differ and he joins us live coming up next. and what's it like becoming a nun in our modern age? we're going to ask two women from the new documentary series "the sisterhood" next hour. coming up on "fox & friends." ♪ ♪
this as the debate over the police heats up. >> police officers won't be there if they weren't killingçó each other. >> rudy guiliani standing by his comments and he joins us live this hour. and president obama says he's exercised great restraint with his executive action on immigration. donald trump begs to differ and he joins us live coming up. it's the worst christmas ever, according to everybody's favorite internet sensation. we're talking about grumpy cat. that one right there. that grumpy cat joins us live this hour. is grumpy cat now a movie star. and mornings are always better with grumpy cat. generally. >> it's time for "fox & friends" power of the internet. you can just have a grouchy looking cat, take picture of it, next thing you know, millions of hits and your cat is a movie
star. >> and that is hangry. >> what's that? >> when you're hungry and angry combined. >> i'm trying to hangry myself right now. >> grumpy cat was never hangry. >> we'll get you snacks in the morning. first we're going to turn to heather. >> we have a lot of headlines to talk about at this hour. we begin with a fox news alert. tensions growing in ferguson, missouri as the wait for a grand jury verdict becomes nearly unbearable. the 12-person panel expected to meet in hours with a decision on the fatal shooting of michael brown, possibly coming today or tomorrow. lot of people waiting for that. police are one of those groups ramping up patrols near the courthouse, 12-hour shifts set to begin this morning. peaceful demonstrations do continue in the area, protesters are becoming impatient. some people even calling this grand jury process unfair.
>> when you think about it, if this prosecutor is saying we just going to be fair and not recommend any charges, that's different from anything he's done in 28 years. >> at least one school district in the area is closed for the next two days. we will stay on top of that. people in buffalo, new york, bracing for major flooding as rain and warm temperatures melt that seven feet of snow that buried the region last week. water pumps, boats, rescue teams, they are all standing by. that rain could also add to the weight that is already on roof tops causing more collapses like that. another deadline fast approaching and there are signs that the u.s. and iran still do not have a deal. western powers hoping to make iran reduce its ability to make knew clear weapons in exchange for pullback on sanctions. however, israeli prime minister netanyahu, he believes that the sanctions should be made, quote, stronger in order to squeeze a
deal out of tehran. if they agree on an extension, talks could resume early next month. millions of students mockingly giving thanks this holiday week for the first lady's healthy lunches. they're posting pictures of the unappetizing lunches. what is that, all over twitter, with the sarcastic hash tag thanks, michelle obama. one president obamaing this, yum, school lunches. the white house didn't have an immediate response, but agriculture department spokesman says most meals aren't as bad as the photos depict. and those are a look at your headlines. i'm not sure what that first thing is. >> that green thing? >> what was that? >> i don't know. >> i'm not sure i want to know.r >> yuck. what do you call those little potato wedge things? tater tots. >> yeah. >> i love them. >> i don't know, but i'm sure they're nutritious.
>> listen, donald trump joins us every monday at this time. he joins us from somewhere in the united states. where are you today, mr. trump? >> trump tower in new york. >> fantastic. take an umbrella. it's raining here in new york city. >> that's true. >> the president of the united states, thursday night went to the cross hall of the white house to announce that i've been trying to work with congress, but they're not helping me out here, so i'm going to have to do something about it myself, where he's essentially legalizing 5 million. and i want you to listen to this sound bite. here is the president talking on friday when he was out in vegas about how he did everything he possibly could. he bent over backwards for boehner and nothing happened. listen. >> i told john boehner, i'll wash your car. i'll walk your dog. whatever you need to do, just call the bill. that's how democracy is supposed to work.
and if the bill -- but at least give it a shot and he didn't do it. >> mr. trump, is that how you see it, the republicans simply didn't act? the president was doing everything he could? >> well, it certainly hasn't been reported that way over the last, if you think about it, six years. very aloof. he doesn't deal with people. he's a bad leader. he can't get people into the room. twists their wrists as the expression goes, like johnson used to do, like so many others used to do, like ronald reagan used to do with a deal and others. you get them in a room and make a deal. but certainly he has not been able to do that and now he has to use executive action and this is a very, very dangerous thing that should be overwritten easily by the supreme court, but you have a justice roberts who frankly, what he did with obamacare turned out to be wrong because the tax is a tax and all of those things. that came out loud and clear with gruber's statement. so justice roberts was
absolutely wrong. but you have a wild card appointed by president bush, roberts, which was another disaster given by president bush. just was a total catastrophe. obamacare should have been over. so we're looking now at a situation to absolutely not pass muster in terms of constitutionality. but depends on what these justices do. >> mr. trump, great to have you here this morning. what do you think the republicans' next move should be? is it shutting the government down? is it refusing nominations? where can they go very wrong and where can they go quite right? >> elisabeth, i've been watching the democrats play poker for the last four years actually. i'd say let's give them the benefit of the first two. but for the last four years and listening to them say, we'd love to be impeached. he'd love to see the government shut down. you know, whenever it comes to something like the catastrophe that just happened with executive action, he'd love to see all the democrats -- they
must be coached and go to school for this. he'd love to be impeached. it would be so good for the democrats. please shut down the government. that's what they want. shut down the government. what a lot of crap, because all what they're doing, they're actually talking the republicans into not doing it. do you think obama seriously wants to be impeached and go through what bill clinton did? he would be a mess. he would be thinking about nothing but. it would be a horror show for him. it would be an absolute embarrassment. it would go down on his record permanently. but this thing, oh, he'd love to be impeached, it would be so good. and the republicans are all saying, we would never impeach him because he'd like that. and i'm a republican, and the republicans are saying on the other hand about the other, shutting down the government. look, they supposedly did a weak effort to shut down the government and the republicans had one of the greatest triumphs
they had last >> has the president done something worthy of impeachment and should he be impeached? >> well, he certainly did something that was unconstitutional. now, depends on justice roberts, if he wants to just curry favors like he did with obamacare 'cause that's the only reason he did it 'cause he knows he was wrong. but it certainly depends on what happens. i think certainly he could be impeached and they could shut down the government. remember, peter, they said if you shut down the government -- well, they did a very, very weak job of shutting down the government. but if they would shut it down, it wouldn't be for long. what he did was unbelievable, what he was able to do. and in the meantime, people are -- he did the one executive action. but he also, at the same time people are pouring in to the country. there is no stopping them. now, with those people you'll have sick people, you'll have gang members coming in, you'll have some really bad dudes
coming in and you may even have the isis start coming in. why should they go the normal route? they go over to mexico and just pour in. they could never go to mexico because they're one of the toughest countries. but mexico sends them our way, despite the fact that mexico is making a fortune off the united states. an absolute fortune off the united states. and i told you last week, mexico is one of the hardest countries to get to be a citizen of mexico. i don't think i could do it. of course, perhaps i could do a lot of countries. but i don't think if i wanted to become a citizen of mexico, which by the way, i don't, i don't think i could get that. so mexico is impossible. yet, they just railroad people right through mexico. come on in, come on in. i think it must be an industry in mexico. i actually think they get money for doing it. they get fees or something. >> they do send a lot of money home. one of the president's sharpest critic, ted cruz, is going to join us in about 20 minutes. rudy is up next. mr. trump, one of the things that the president said
yesterday was a little insulting i think. if i was hillary clinton and i heard the presidentvíxqc÷ say ts about people running for president in 2016, i think i'd be insulted. listen to this. >> i think the american people, they're going to want that new car smell. they want to drive something off the lot that doesn't have as much mileage as me. >> somebody has got a lot of mileage and has that new car smell. if you're hillary clinton, are you insulted by that? >> i think it was insulting and equally insulting if you watch it was the fact when they asked about endorsing her, he started talking about other democratic candidates. he looked forward to seeing them. he's throwing things up there that are really sort of amazing. he's putting it out there really strongly. look, bill clinton cannot stand obama. i know that for a fact. he can not. how he endorsed him so strongly and maybe got him elected because he made a very good
speech at the convention. i doubt hillary can either. there is a lot of bad blood. we'll see what happens. but certainly it was insulting to her and more insulting was when he brought up other candidates. >> donald trump every monday morning. it's a short week. we thank you very much for taking time out of your busy schedule. >> thank you. it's 7:11 right now in new york city on this monday. coming up, now a nationwide debate over police and race. >> white police officers won't be there if you weren't killing each other. >> hang on. >> the comment on ferguson causing uproar and former new york city mayor rudy guiliani here to respond next. good morning to you. and remember this demolition disaster? appears flying right at these people's3iw heads. something like this happened. wait until you see it. ♪ ♪ introducing nexium 24hr
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blacks. we're talking about the exception here. >> first of all, no black people who commit crimes against other black people go to jail. police are to uphold the law. that's a false accusation. >> 70 to 72% of the crime in my city -- >> problematic -- >> this is a debate -- >> police officers won't be there if you weren't killing each other. 75% of the time. >> wow. did you catch that? that was dyson. if you listen there, calling giuliana giuliani a name. >> rudy guiliani joins us now with reaction the day after that firearmstorm. should there be a firestorm about what went on in that
debate? are you a white supremacist as professor dyson was suggesting. >> i'm not even going to dignify that. up until the time i became mayor, thousands of blacks were becoming mayor every single year. i probably saved more black lives as mayor of new york city than any mayor in the history of this city. , with the possible exception of mike bloomberg. when you came into office, thousands blacks were being killed every year. by the time i left office, it was down to about 200. i'd like to see if any of dr. dyson has ever saved as many lives in miss hiss community as i've saved. and i did it by having to use police officers in black areas where there was an astounding amount of time. if that crime was in white areas, police officers would be in white areas. or hispanic areas, they would be in the hispanic areas. i had no racial component to my
determination wildfire to put police. it was determined with the context of what i discussed with bill bratten. i had a system that actually the justice department investigated and found to be perfectly fair under then deputy attorney general holder. >> your conversation with him, although it wasn't really a conversation, it was pretty heated between the two of you, just simply got started with you were citing black on black violence. >> here is what i'm very frustrated about with ferguson and all of these situation. these things happen and they are exceptions. this is like there are two blocks. in one block, 93% of the accidents occur and the other block, 3% of the accidents occur. you spend 93% of your time trying to stop the accidents in the 3% block and none of your time trying to stop the accidents in the 93% block. and if you did that, you would be sacrificing lives.
the danger to a black child in america is not a white police officer. that's going to happen less than 1% of the time. the danger to a black child -- if it was my child, the danger is another black. 93% of the time, they're going to be killed by another black. and the idea that whites do not go to jack for killing blacks, first of all, only about 3% of whites kill blacks. they go to jail approximately the same percentage as blacks go to jail. the conviction rate is almost exactly the same. the difference is it's a very rare exception when a white kills a black. a black killing -- actually rare exception when a black kills a white. blacks are basically killing other blacks. and these people are spending millions and millions of dollars demonstrating. they have ever right to do it. why don't they spend an equal amount of time trying to straighten out that horrendous crime problem that exists? these numbers, i don't know if you're statistically oriented, but they're overwhelming. when you look at this, it could make you cry.
i have to look at our cry reduction and the reason we reduced homicide by 65% is because we reduced it in the black community, because there is virtually no homicide in the white community. a couple of percent and a proportion of the amount of homicide in the hispanic community. in other words, it's proportionate to its level in the population. >> it's statistical, it's not about color. >> it depends whether you want to be some kind of racial demagogue who i consider a racist because what many of these people are who make these things into like they're the rule or you want to be fair and decent and really save people's lives. >> all right. rudy guiliani joining us live on the couch today. nice to see you. >> thanks for being here. coming up, the video is hard to watch. a girl being pulled into a pool by a teacher against her will. now she's talking about the whole ordeal. >> and what it's like becoming a nun in our modern age. we're going to ask two women from the new documentary series
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time for news by the numbers. first up, 2,350. that's how many more illegal immigrants new york city is letting into the school system. reports say the children from central america will be enrolled this year with even more coming in the future, especially after the president's executive action on thursday. next, 2024. that could be the last year vladimir putin sad rules over russia. he says he'll stay in line with the country's constitution and not serve a fifth term.
finally, $123 million. that's how much "mockingjay" hauled in. that is the first "hunger games" film, the biggest opening weekend of the year. that's the news. elisabeth, over to you for a special guest. >> thank you. a life altering decision as five young women contemplate answering the call to serve god in a new lifetime docu series. as one sister explains, making that choice is not to be taken lightly. >> women don't enter a halo. they don't come in holy. god called them for where they are and they all come from different backgrounds. it will be very difficult. it's a difficult journey to begin with, but if they're running from something or if they're not being true to themselves, it won't work. if they don't see it, we see it and we'll call them on it. >> oh, boy.
stacy and francesca with sister maria. welcome to awful you. >> thank>> in the church and co, this is really something that is so current and really, the level of curiousity is high. stacy, did you always want to become a nun? >> i told my grandma when i was 12 that i wanted to become a carmelite none like sister here because saint therese of lisieux is my patron. i grew up reading this book of hers on the coffee table. i would leaf through it and yes, i always wanted to be a nun when i was little. my grandma said it would be such a waste. you would be such a good mother. >> sister was mother to all. >> exactly. >> it's a very special calling. i think that it's important for
my generation to understand what an amazing choice you're makingg when you choose a community as opposed to expecting or thinking that the only good life involves being married. this is a real option. >> opting out of something. francesca, you get a little upset having a hard time tossing the make-up. look. >> it's not as important because it's who you are in here and what you give o people every day >> it's hard for people to sometimes see past it. >> you're beautiful on the inside and of course i know that. but i have insecurities. >> remove it and we'll go from here. >> wow. i'm sure there are a lot of difficult decisions. do we know at thend of the series if you become a nun? >> you'll have to tune in to find out. you have to see what those decisions were. some are very surprising.
>> sister therese, what are nuns really like? >> we have a ministry of caring for the aged. at times we're so busy involved with our ministry that we're not visible to the world. pope francis wants us to push to new frontiers to preach the gospel. i think these are front years young people are. reality tv, social media. so it's very important to continue to witness to the gospel and those values and so that's really what is at the heart of it. certainly pushed our comfort zone beyond anything that we experienced before. but that's at the heart of what we want to preach the gospel and showcase some of the ministries and some of the women that
continue to do an amazing job fulfilling a commitment to religion justice life. we're not extinct and we continue to be involved in the healing ministry of christ. >> beautifully put. thank you all for being here. we will stand by and wait to see it. if you make it all the way through. current message on the gospel and calling "the sisterhood." coming up, it's the play everyone will be talking about today for sure. is this the best catch ever? your e-mails are pouring in. and from immigration to obamacare, texas start ted cruz says the president needs to be held accountable. how he plans on doing that up next. ♪ ♪ when i crave a smoke
on this monday morning, take a look at this. is this the greatest catch of all time? watch. >> i don't think he stepped out either. that may be the greatest catch i've ever seen. >> that is rookie odell beckham, junior, reaching out and snagging an eli manning pass from the giants. didn't use one hand. he used 2 1/2 fingers. that's not the only catch. the giants lost to the cowboys 31-28. is that the greatest catch you have ever seen? a lot of people are saying yes. >> that's right. kim is saying this, kim says yes and we lsu fans enjoyed watching him make catches like this at lot su. way to go. >> and michael says, i was watching when this ball was caught and all i could say was unbelievable. what añi catch!
>> and mark tweet saying, amazing catch, but he can't be considered the best ever when you don't win the game. not to mention the 3-8 record. i'd say for week 12, that wasn't so bad of a boost for the giants right there. >> was this the greatest catch of all time? let's bring in noted sportscaster and whatnot, u.s. senator ted cruz. you're not a sportscaster, but you love sports. >> it was one heck of a catch. that was beautiful. but i will say, y'all know how to make a texan feel welcome in new york with starting the conversation being a cowboys victory. >> they beat the giants. >> that's right. credit to the cowboys for that victory. but that catch is what everybody is talking about today. >> of course, at the end of last week, we were all talking about the president of the united states. thursday night he goes into the white house and he makes his announcement that he's going to do something about immigration because you guys in congress wouldn't do anything. >> it really was unbelievable. i'll tell you, it's dangerous. to see a president -- you actually can't sum it up any
better than "saturday night live" did. did you see the opening skit? it harkens back classic schoolhouse rock. how a bill becomes a law. and you have the bill coming up the steps of the capitol and "saturday night live" had the president coming out, purring the bill down the steps of the capitol and the amazing thing is, that really sums up what the president is doing. he's saying he is not going to force federal -- enforce federal immigration law, that it doesn't matter to him what laws congress passes, that he's just going to decree his own policies. that's really a dangerous, dangerous threshold the president crossed. >> he blames congress. do nothing congress is what he said. take a listen. >> you trust us, that's what he said. anyway, he said, you guys did nothing. he bent over backwards. >> he would wash boehner's car and nothing came across his desk. therefore, he had to do what he did. >> you know, he has a very strange view of how our
constitutional system works, which is he demands the policy he wants and if congress disagrees with him, he says i'm going to enact it anyway. it's interesting, just a few weeks ago, president obama very rightly said his policies were on the ballot all across the country. democrats didn't like it when he said it, but that's what he said. then we had an election and this election was a referendum on amnesty. you look at what senate detainee, house candidates were campaigning on all over the country, they were saying we don't want illegal amnesty from the president. the voters spoke overwhelmingly. it was an historic tidal wave. what does the president do immediately after the election? he responds with anger, with defiance and says, i don't care what the american people say, even though my policies were on the ballot all across the country, even though the voters said no to amnesty, i'm going to decree anyway. and yes, he should work withñi congress. we should compromise. there is a lot of middle ground on immigration. >> what's your next move as a republican? what's the move?
block nomination as soon as shut down government? >> so i have laid out a detailed and systematic plan with two steps. number one, the incoming majority leader of the u.s. senate should announce if the president implements this illegal amnesty, that we are going to halt confirming any executive or any judicial nominees, other than vital national security positions, until this amnesty ends. >> you would block loretta lynch. >> you would have to debate whether the attorney general falls within national security position. what i would say is no attorney general should be confirmed unless that attorney general makes perfectly clear that they're not willing to be a part of this illegal and unconstitutional -- >> there is no debate that the attorney general falls within the per view of national security. it's critical piece of national security. so why wouldn't you block the a.g. nomination? >> look, my point on that is so set out an overall strategy that we should announce -- why focus on the nomination and
confirmation power? because it's a check and balance the constitution gives to the congress. as you know, the framers and the federalist papers, they talked about the dangers of a president taking on the powers of monarchy and the constitution gave checks and balances to congress. one of the most important is confirmation. and so what i am arguing is we should use our constitutional powers, number one, to say we won't confirm nominees and number two, to use the power of the purse to fund the government. by the way, the only one talk being a shutdown is the president. the president wants to talk about that. >> what does that do to our republic in the big picture? you understand our country really well. it's not about republicans and democrats. what does this do to the presidency and separation of powers? >> it's dangerous and it should scare anybody who is concerned about individual liberties. to all the liberals, and you may have a few liberals watching this show. >> we have a lot. >> to all the liberals who say,
i like this policy, i would suggest to you what do you think about the next president -- scripture tells us there came a pharoah who knew not joseph and his children. if the president announces i'm not going to enforces immigration laws because i don't agree with them. he says i'm not going to enforce the tax laws or environmental laws, that's dangerous. >> if he says as soon as congress comes up with something, i'll tear it up. you said it's a problem and we need to deal with immigration reform. why don't you guys do something? >> the way you actually pass immigration reform is you focus where there is bipartisan support. >> exactly. >> there is overwhelming agreement. we got to get serious about securing the borders and solving the problem of illegal immigration. and there is also overwhelming bipartisan agreement outside of washington, we need to welcome
and celebrate legal immigrants. i'm the son of an immigrant who came 57 years ago from cuba. my dad came legally. had $100 in his underwear, washed dishes making 50 cents an hour. one of the groups most hurt by what the president did this week are legal immigrants, people who waited years, paid thousands of dollars, who followed the rules and the president said never mind that. instead, what we're going to do is we're going to open the doors. this action is going to lead to more illegal immigration, which is going to hurt legal immigrants and african-americans. it's going to hurt working men and women and for anyone concerned about liberty, it's just dangerous. >> well, the whole country is watching to see what you guys do in washington. >> thank you. by the way, welcome back, elisabeth. >> thank you, senator. great to see you as always. >> great to be back. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. heather childers has got the headlines today. >> we begin with outrage in california as school officials
reinstate a controversial curriculum involving convicted cop killer. students in oakland are asked to compare him to martin luther king, junior. it is an assignment about oppression, they say, by the government. the new superintendent tells critics that the materials are optional and they're on line only. he is serving a life sentence for murdering philadelphia police officer daniel faulkner. the lesson initially removed -- that was back in april after complaints from faulkner's widow. you may have seen this video showing a high school student being pulled towards a pool by her gym teacher. now that 14-year-old california girl is describing the terror that she felt as all of this unfolded. >> he came toward toward me, grabbed me by my wrist and started to pull me down. >> the girl says she had a cheerleading competition and she didn't want to get her hair wet. the teacher now facing
misdemeanor charges and also on paid leave from work. and this probably ruined somebody's day. take a look. a construction worker in spain trying to break down one wall -- that is one. he accidentally breaks two and that second wall comes crashing down right onto the sidewalk and on top of a car that was parked on the street. the car totally crushed. and those are a look at your headlines. that's big oops there. >> thanks, heather. it's the worst christmas ever, according to everyone's favorite internet sensation. so she's making a movie about it, grumpy the cat here live with a sneak peek. >> grumpy is a she? didn't know that. immigration takes center stage at the american music awards last night in l.a. >> president obama said we can all stay. god bless america! >> what do you think about pit
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what a voice. that's last night at the american musicçó awards. that is ariana grand goes e. >> fantastic. she was taking center stage, but politic high school a moment on stage with pitbull joking about executive action and immigration. take a listen. >> we've got everybody here tonight. black, white, pink, purple, orange, asian, latinos. guess what? president obama says we can all stay. god bless america!
>> only in america. we asked you what you thought about that. charles on facebook said, armando christian perez, also known as pitbull, should stick to what he knows best, rapping. >> savannah on twitter said this, hollywood is so far removed from the facts and reality. >> another on twitter, nobody said immigrants couldn't stay. we have a legal immigration policy that needs to be followed. >> keep those comments coming. we will continue to read them. >> we will indeed. meanwhile, it's the moment nonfootball fans have been waiting for. who will be performing at this year's super bowl? we know who it's going to be and we will tell you her name next. >> get ready. and it's the worst christmas ever, according to everyone's favorite internet sensation and grumpy cat is here with a sneak peek at her new movie. she's kind of moody. >> she's got a movie and she's
entertainment headlines. russell crowe speaking out for the first time in nine years on the infamous phone throwing incident. he was arrested for hitting a new york city hotel work better a phone. crowe says, quote, i never touched him. he hurt himself running away from me. he slipped and hit his head. crowe said he was trying to call home to australia, but the worker wouldn't allow it. crowe was charged with assault. he added, handcuffs aren't fun. and the super bowl 49 match up is still a mystery.
but we do know who is taking the stage at half time. >> i've been saying i'd do it this year. but what if we covered the stadium in glitter and the glitter was edible? >> steve had that idea this morning. the nfl finally confirming katy perry will perform. that will be great. >> twitter and all. everyone's favorite cat is back and starring in the new lifetime movie "grumpy cat's worst christmas ever." take a look. >> it's new. >> who me? >> say that again? >> okay. i don't know what's happening here. but i don't like it. >> you're talking to me! >> what are you, some kind of blond witch? you can't understand me. >> i heard all of that. >> no, you didn't. >> yes, i did. >> well stop it. >> you stop it! >> you stop it, witch! >> whoa. harsh. they might not have started out in the right foot, but those two do become best friends by the end.
>> joining us now with more on grumpy's first movie is grumpy cat, and his owner, tabitha. and good morning, grumpy cat. >> in the movie, grumpy cat talks. that's big. >> she's giving us the silent treatment it seems right now. is grumpy cat always grumpy? >> she was born looking this way, but she's actually sweet, believe it or not. >> that's good to know. she does have a little pout there. what are we going to see in the movie? it looks cute. >> you're going to see some action. grumpy cat drives a camaro, plays with a paint ball gun. >> it's based on real life. >> yep. >> what makes it such a bad christmas, the worst christmas ever? >> how old is she? she hasn't been around that long. >> she's 2 1/2. she knows is this will be the third worst. she saves christmas. >> she saves it. >> she saves it. >> you know what could save christmas is if at the end of the movie, grumpy cat smiles.
>> yeah, that's probably not going to happen. >> christmas spirit doesn't speak into grumpy cat? >> no, this is her worst christmas ever. >> what are the grumpy cat requirements? is there certain caviar that's necessary? certain waters? what is on the set for her? >> are you asking if she's a diva? >> she did have the biggest, nicest trailer on set. she slept through most of the shoot. >> most actors do. >> yeah. she was born a star, so she is slightly a diva. >> right. that explains the grumpiness. >> a driving diva, because you said grumpy cat does drive a camaro? >> yep. >> where? >> in the movie. >> no, but where -- >> in the mall. >> oh, driving inside the mall? >> inside the mall. >> that's dangerous! that explains the worst
christmas ever. >> will we see grumpy cat in more holiday movies? >> i sure hope so. we tried to fulfill the fans' demands. >> i was the biggest star of my house. hello, grumpy cat. >> peter is determined to make her smile and cheer up. but not happening. >> check it out, saturday, 8:00 p.m. lifetime "grumpy cat's worst christmas ever." >> i'm going to watch that. >> we all are. >> thank you for having us. switching queers, coming up, is monica lewinsky changing her name? the world's most famous former intern speaking out this morning. >> plus, candace cameron bure -- i always mess it up -- here live to talk about her latest project and how she's keeping the christ in christmas. ♪ ♪
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good morning. it's monday, november 24. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. a fox news alert. uncertainty strangling ferguson, missouri as a grand jury shocks prosecutors and asks to meet again. police putting up barricades and working overtime waiting for the verdict. we are live on the ground. now a nationwide debate over police and race. >> police officers wouldn't be there if you weren't killing each other. >> mayor rudy guiliani reacting to that accusation just moments ago right here on this couch. you will see it again. then it's a patriotic performance that will make you proud, proud to be an american. ♪ o say can you see
♪ by the dawn's early light >> that navy veteran performing live this hour on "fox & friends" because mornings are always better right here. >> live from the news crossroads of the world, this is "fox & friends". >> a special monday. brian is off and peter johnson, jr. is in. this is one of my favorite weeks of the year because everyone, aside from the great food, you get family together, wonderful. >> nice family holiday for sure. not a lot of pressure on it like the others. >> quite a month. >> great to have you as well. we start with a fox news alert and all eyes are on ferguson, missouri. >> police barricades are in place at the courthouse as the grand jury is set to reconvene in a matter of hours. >> adam housley is live outside the courthouse, good morning.
>> good morning. you mentioned the grand jury. expected to be here this morning. one thing we can tell is that no one really knows for sure what is going to happen. a lot of speculation out there as the waiting game continues. i'm going to give you a live look. you can see the courthouse behind me. it's about 16, 18 miles or so away from ferguson where the protests there have taken place. however, they are prepared here for protests as well as there are barricades around this courthouse and they cleared the parking lot back to move the media back to provide an area in case protests take place. the grand jury is expected to meet inside. no one knows what time that will take place, how long it will take place and whether or not they'll come to a decision today. there has been rough weather the last few so there hasn't been a lot of protests at all. the streets have been quiet. on saturday, there were a few dozen protesters who did take to the streets despite the rain and the cold, demanding for justice. it wasn't like anything we saw last summer or even in the last few weeks. but there were some things. that's really the only major
display of opposition to the police department here and what's happened back in august. we've seen really in the last few days because of that. we had a chance to hear from the family attorney yesterday on some of the sunday shows and he continues to really stoke the racial tensions and believes racism did take part. take a listen. >> you know what, in america we have a constitution. we have a right to trial by jury. and i have no doubt if they were to indict the police officer, he will be guaranteed his full constitutional rights of innocent until proven guilty. he will get every benefit of the doubt. i don't worry about the due process for officer wilson. i worry about the due process for the little black boyñr deadn the ground. >> reporter: again, very controversial comments by the family attorney. he's been told it will take six hours, or they'll give a six-hour warning. but authorities here, at least on the federal side, said they've been told up to two days potentially might be given as a warning. but all we know is everybody has
speculation here and the one thing that is true and constant is it is a waiting game that continues today here in clayton. back to you in new york. >> adam housley live in clayton, 20 minutes away from ferguson, thank you very much. >> certainly at a time of high anxiety and tensions are rising while we await the decision there, certainly between two debating individuals here, former mayor rudy guiliani versus professor dyson, got into it over the violence in the black communities and who is to flame. take a listen to this. >> i find it very disappointing that you're not discussing the fact that 93% of blacks in america are killed by other blacks. we're talking about the exception here. >> first of all, no black people who commit crimes against other black people go to jail. number two, they're not sworn by the police department as an agent of the state to uphold the law. so both cases, that's a false equivalency that the mayor has drawn, which is did she.
>> it's the reason -- >> black people who kill black people go to jail. white preliminarymen who kill black people don't go to jail. >> it's hardly insignificant. how about 70 to 75% of the crime in my city -- >> how about your attitude -- >> this is a debate -- >> (talking over each other). >> the last part was kind of hard to hear. but professor dyson said it's up to rudy, it's the defensive mechanism of white supremacy at work in your mind. he said that. rudy was actually on the couch right here just about an hour ago and said this about that. >> the danger to a black child in america is not a white police officer. that's going to happen less than 1% of the time.
the danger to a black child, the danger is another black. 93% of the time are going to be killed by another black. blacks are basically killing other blacks. and these people are spending millions and millions of dollars demonstrating. they have every right to do it. why don't they spend an equal amount of time trying to straighten out that horrendous crime problem that exists? >> there is a terrible crime problem. and it started when rudy guiliani simply on "meet the press" brought up known statistics about crime. >> he stated right here how many lives were saved under his administration and really that, if you want to call that white supremacy, he said you're going to have a little problem there when you get into the numbers. >> all right. >> switching gears. >> that's right. from executive action to obamacare, senator ted cruz calling for the gop to halt presidential appointees until the president plays ball with congress. it happened here. take a watch. >> the incoming majority leader of the u.s. senate should
announce, if the president implements this illegal amnesty, that we are going to halt confirming any executive or any judicial nominees, other than vital national security positions, until this amnesty event. no attorney general should be confirmed unless that attorney general makes perfectly clear that they're not willing to be a part of this illegal and unconstitutional -- >> and then peter, you asked him the follow-up question about what about the attorney general nominee? >> i think he went further than he did over the weekend in saying maybe we'll look at the attorney general nomination and withhold that as part of the checks and balances. he's a smart guy and impressive to meet in person. the point that he was making is that this does serious, serious damage to the separation of powers in the united states of america. and that even liberals will be confronted by this issue going forward based on a precedent of the president's actions here. that's not good for liberal,
conservative, democrats or republicans. it's bad fort country. good point. >> the federal statute can be ignored or turned on by the president outside of the authority what, can happen moving forward when the president isn't necessarily in your party? >> yes. you say i'm not going to pay attention to this law or that law because it's my discretion whether to pay attention or not. >> keep in mind, this is at 22 times the president said this is something he could not do. outside his authority. >> he forgot. >> i'm not the emperor, he said. >> he evolved on that. anyway, a busy news day. we turn now to heather childers who has got some news and it's a fox news alert. >> we have new information on a story we've been following this morning. this fox news alert, with hours before the deadline on nuclear talks with iran, seven-month extension is reportedly set. a western diplomat claiming that a broad deal could be in place by march with final details set by july 1. western powers are hoping to make iran reduce its ability to mike nuclear weapons in exchange
for a pullback on sanctions. people in buffalo, new york, are bracing for major flooding as rain and warm temperatures melt seven feet of snow that buried the region last week. boats and rescue teams already standing by. you can see some of them there. that rain could also add some weight to the already traumatized roof tops there and cause more collapses. one person is dead, dozens hurt after a crash so violent it did this. a tour bus flips over on a california highway. it was traveling from los angeles to washington. officers now saying that driver fatigue may be to blame. earlier in the morning, that same bus with that same driver hit a denny's restaurant. the building's roof was damaged. it's not clear why the bus continued on its trip. everyone knows that this infamous name, monica lewinsky, the former white house intern says she's keeping it and has
never even considered a change. she was thrown into the limelight back in 1998, her reputation tarnished after an affair with president bill clinton. she said if no one else involved in the scandal had to change their name, neither should she. and those are a look at your headlines. back to you. >> there you go. good point. >> thank you. coming up on this monday, he's making headlines for his viral video message to the president regarding immigration. >> only you are singularly responsible. >> that man, sacramento, california sheriff scott jones has even more to say and he's going to join us live to say it from california. and one couple adopted two boys, but that wasn't enough. those boys had six siblings and what happened next will absolutely melt your heart. and the first pitbull performing his hit song on the american music awards last night.
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the department of homeland security has laid out a detailed plan that will prioritize immigrants apprehended. at the top of theçó list, felons and others. there is a new policy put americans at risk? scott jones is the sacramento county sheriff whose video plea to president obama on immigration went viral last week. he joins us live in the studio today. good morning to you. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> so what do you think about the -- the president has said, okay, i'm going to change things on my own. i'm going to -- i got a pen and a phone and he used the pen last week on air force one and opened up immigration for 4 or 5 million illegals. now the d.h.s. is saying, here is how we're going to prioritize who needs to go. >> grave concerns about that. first of all, what the president did was not immigration reform. it was giving up on it and pushed it back further than it was a week ago, by being able to wash his hands of it, saying
i've done what i can do, now congress can wash their hands of it and say, well, now we're going to challenge the president and do all this other thing and keep folks away from immigration reform. the problem i have specifically with the list of crimes, i don't believe that his definition of what a serious crime might be would fit kind of the common sense american person's definition of what serious crimes would be. any crimes are serious and they create victims. crimes equal victims. people don't really talk about the victims. >> absolutely. last week we've had a father whose son was run over by an illegal in this country, run over three times and killed a few years ago. this guy was supposed to be deported. and, you know, things just fell through the cracks and he never was. that guy's son was dead. >> we had a deputy murdered three weeks ago which actually precipitated the video and this person had been removed from the country on four occasions. each without any consequences and at least once avoiding consequences for his
criminallallity in the united states. obviously not on the president's watch. i think my video came out of a frustration and i believe the reason it's resonating is it captures what everybody's frustration is. we need it now, we need it for all 12 million undocumented immigrants. >> well, the thing for the dhs to come out now and say, at the top of the list, the first ones we're going to deport are terrorist, felons and new illegal borrowed crossers. and then the second priority is convicted drunk driver, sex abusers, drug dealers, and gun offenders and after that, other immigration violations. if somebody is ordered deported, they should be deported, right? >> they should be deported and not allowed to come back. every single person that's in this country illegally should have consequences. there is a cost-benefit analysis. however informal go through, including folks that decide to come here illegally. right now the cost is very little. the benefit is very high and the cost is very little because there are no consequences. more supplies, more technology to the border, it's all great
talk. but it does nothing. i know his policies are hands off at the border. i know people are returned without consequence. they're not seen in the courts, all of them. and there was an article in the usa today last month about the 2200 that he released and the serious crimes. he said only low level offenders, but there are serious crimes in there and i fear the same thing will happen again. i took an oath to protect the people of my county and keep them safe. this is hampering my ability to do that. that and the murder of my deputy is why i felt compelled to make that video. >> it came out saying -- i wanted to wait a respectable time after the services where our department had gotten through to healing and i thought it was the right time and it was actually coincidental, but timely that it came out a few days before the president's message. >> have you heard from him yet?
>> i have not. >> maybe he's watching right now. he knee noes how to get ahold of you. thank you very much. >> thank you. 19 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up, the man put in charge of the ebola clean-up in new york city. that guy right there, turns out he's a fraud. and the city officials aren't the only ones he faked out. and you know her best from "full house" as kirk cameron's real life sister. candace cam ran bure is here to talk about her new movie "christmas under wraps." she's here next live from new york city. ♪ ♪ fact.
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it's time for news by the numbers. $100,000. that's how much it will cost to dine with prince william and kate when the royals visit new york city. but hurry, tickets to the fund-raiser at the metropolitan museum of art, are nearly sold out. next, eight. that's the number of biological brothers family. the parents started by fostering two boys ten years ago. the other children were born after the adoption went through. the birth parents apparently couldn't afford medical care for the kids. finally, 30. that's how many cities in the u.s. now have plows. it's like uber for snowplowing. customers use the app to request a plow and estimate the cost for the job. >> it's fantastic! >> they pay only after the job has been completed by a local
plow truck. >> that's great. >> steve will be first on that. she brought family friendly fun into america's living rooms in "full house." >> i got to get him out to the backyard. >> why did you bring him here? >> i didn't have enough money for stable fees. once dad finds him, he'll fall in love with him, but not in the house. >> really? now actress candace cameron bure is taking on a new role in the holiday movie "christmas under wraps." >> we're joined by her this morning. good morning. >> good morning! hooray! >> you got it. >> i got it finally. i love you. congratulations on the movie. >> thanks. >> what can you tell us? >> well, it's everything you would expect in a hallmark movie. it's fun and magical. >> i'm going to cry. >> you're going to cry and always family friendly. >> you're a doctor. >> i'm a doctor.
i leave the recognize densey and go to work in alaska to fill my time expend up falling in love with this little town except there is something kind of odd going on and i can't quite figure it u. like i might see an elf running by. and a guy that loose a lot like santa claus. so i'm trying to figure out the mystery, all while falling in love with a handsome man, of course. >> of course. take a look. >> i know. you keep things very simple in garland. one handyman, one doctor. but medical school and veterinary school are two very different things. and i would have been kept busy with all the humans. i can't add a menagirie to my patient load. >> doctor, you are our only hope. >> when santa says that and you're falling for santa's son -- >> how can i say no? >> that's got everything in it. >> it was chris christmas.
>> this is christmas in the movie. this is -- tell us what christmas is like for you. >> in real life. christmas is one of my favorite times of the year. it's so special, so meaningful. with my family, we go to a homeless shelter in the morning when we wake up and serve 30 to 40 people, sit down and eat with them and share the gospel message them. >> with the kids? >> with the kids and my mom and dad and my sister and her little kids. yeah. just what you do. >> it's what we do. >> it really makes you appreciate what the day is all about. >> absolutely. >> better than all the stuff under the tree. >> we do it after and we do it minimally. but the gift giving is awesome. we love it. but we want to go serve first. >> how do you talk about that with the kids? if someone out there is like i really want to do this, but i don't know how we bring it up to the kids? >> it depends how you raise your kids when they're little, too, and the importance that you put on things. not to say that you can't change
it as they get older. but when you teach them all of those things, even from a young age, it's much easier. like i said, nothing wrong with gift giving at all. but we like to give the gift first and share the message of jesus christ and then give presents after. >> that's perfect. >> great message. >> "christmas under wraps" premieres on the hallmark channel. >> you'll all be home from shopping by that point. >> yes. >> everybody will be shopping friday and saturday. >> that's right. >> this mom taught me how to really tie some skates in the brake and i'm so thankful to you. hockey skates and then talking spray tans. i don't know how that happened, but it did. >> we got it all covered right here. >> what happens on the couch, stays on the couch. >> coming up, he's become the
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today the ferguson, missouri grand jury is set to reconvene in the michael brown case. >> captain ron johnson of the missouri state highway patrol who marched alongside the protesters in august calling for peaceful protests as we wait for a decision. so how are police preparing in that area? >> joining us from the white house is captain ron johnson. we thank you for being with us on this stressful and intense morning as we await the jury's decision. >> thanks for having me. >> what can we expect today? how are the preparations being handled? can you give us a temperature? >> of course, there is anxiety throughout our community. but i think our community is prepared to show their character, the protesters, they were out last night in peaceful protests. law enforcement made sure that their first amendment rights and other rights were protected. the citizens in our community were protected and the businesses. >> who are you worried about?
i've read that a lot of law enforcement out there is worried about the trouble makers from out of town. >> well, the character of this community will shine through. but we're not going to let anyone that is intent on changing that character or causing disruption to this community to have that chance. >> sure. captain, in law enforcement there is certainly a strong message being sent. but you're also a dad. so what is the message that you want to be heard from the youth in the community? what do you have to say? >> well, i've gone around and talked to high schools throughout our region. this morning i'm gog a high school that called me yesterday at home and asked if i'd come and talk to them. i'm there that i want them to continue to be who they are and show their character and let this nation see who they are in the upcoming days. >> captain, on abc this week, they talked about the need for training of our law enforcement officers in the country.
i'd like to you listen to what he had to say and react if you would, captain. >> we do a better job of training our law enforcement to be sensitive to the concerns of minority communities than over time, trust can be built. i want to make sure that the police are trained so they can distinguish between a gang banger and a kid who just happens to be wearing a hoody, but otherwise is a good kid and not doing anything wrong. >> do you think that law enforcement in missouri and why your county are properly changed to deal with what the president is talking about? >> we are properly trained. i think you never have enough training. but i think the kids, that we have to go out and be a part of our community. we have to create relationships. we have to get to know our community and know each other. i think that is the key throughout our nation. >> captain, should the president be there? >> i think the president's
presence had been here with the department of justice and other officials he's sent. so his footprint is here. >> we know you got a busy week and a busy day. from the missouri state highway patrol, thank you very much. >> we wish you safety. it is now 25 minutes before monday. heather childers is here and she's got some news about something that has happened a third time. >> as you mentioned, for the third time, this year there has been a security breach at the airport in san jose, california. the latest incident involves a 39-year-old man who walked right onto the tarmac and stole a truck. police chased him down. they did arrest him. they're still trying to figure out how he got past security in the first place. but they should know the answer because back in woman, this woman slipped past tsa agents and boarded a flight to l.a. without a ticket. then in april, a 15-year-old boy
climbed over a fence, walked out onto the tarmac, got into the wheel well of a plane and survived a five-hour flight to maui. all at the same airport. was put in charge of ebola clean-up in new york city. the city award him and his team an emergency contract to disinfect dr. craig spencer's harlem apartment after he was diagnosed with ebola. but his clean-up truck had permit numbers belong to go a dead man. he was seen on fox business claim to go have years of experience. >> for the past 27 years, the company has been around, we've never had an issue. >> turns out payne has a long rap sheet, including defrauding homeowners of millions during this housing crisis. he has not been charged with a crime in the ebola case. and good thing you didn't elect this guy. anthony brown is in major debt.
brown borrowed half a million dollars from the labor union for his campaign. now he's missed a deadline to pay it back. and that could put him in violation of campaign finance regulations. brown says that he intends to make good on his debt. and here is one place that you will want to avoid at all costs this thanksgiving eve. we're told l.a los angeles will have the worst traffic in the country on wednesday specifically. but roads won't be much better in portland, san francisco, or seattle. travel pros suggest hit the road on thanksgiving instead of the day before. those are a look at your headlines. >> preparing for that drive is something. >> the problem is, the day before thanksgiving here, there will be a big storm and we turn now to extreme weather, buffalo new york, bracing for flooding later today. remember last week they got seven feet of snow. now maria molina, it's in the
50s, 60s and going to be in the 70s in new york city. >> yeah. we're going to be look at a big warm-up across parts of the east today. we did have some rain in the early morning hours. that has moved out now. we're just looking at mostly cloudy skies and windy conditions. there are wind advisories in effect for a widespread area for parts of the northeast and toward thest and south. i want to show you this storm system. what it's also doing is bringing some areas of showers across parts of the buffalo area. last week we saw more than seven feet of snow fall. flooding is now a big concern because of such a significant warm-up. all of that snow will be melting. there are already reports of some of the creeks and rivers are flowing at high levels. a wider look now at that storm system which is going to be bringing in some travel delays across the entire northeast. plan to see those delays if you're doing some flying not only because of the rain, but the windy conditions. here is a look at the high temperatures. 67 degrees for the high in new york city.
you're in the 70s this afternoon in raleigh, north carolina. colder air arrives by tomorrow along parts of the east and with that, take a look at these are winter storm watches in effect from wednesday morning through thursdayç morning. a coastal area of low pressure will track up the coast, causing all kinds of travel headaches coming up on one of the busiest travel days of the year. wednesday before thanksgiving. we're looking at the potential for more than six inches of snow across those areas. let's head back inside. >> all right. thank you very much. i'm looking at fox new york, buffalo schools closed today. maybe open up tomorrow. >> they're expected to. hoping that's the case. coming up on this monday, blue states supported obamacare. but now they're about to have to foot the bill. could it be too expensive for them to handle? yes. maria bartiromo is here. you're next. and they're iconic symbols of an all american brand.
headline time on this monday morning. this charlie brown christmas tree getting the boot apparently in redding, pennsylvania. the town council picked out a new tree because residents rejected the earlier one. it was 50 feet tall. it was a spruce. they say it was booby. the new bigger tree should be ready by this weekend. and this is something you won't see in christmas.
♪ >> anheuser-busch is reportedly ditching the clydesdales because they're not hip enough. the company wants to focus on boosting sales to 21 to 27-year-olds. so they'll probably do something with a smart phone. just guessing. rather than horses. >> i love the clydesdales. >> and they were warned they'd be stuck with a bill and now really are. blue states struggling to pay the high price of running their obamacare health insurance exchanges. >> so what will this mean for the price of health care overall? joining us from our sister network, fox business, maria bart row know. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. >> so the blue states that supported this now are kind of in trouble 'cause they can't afford it. >> we know states are already pressed and they are really being squeezed in terms of the cost that they are facing and the deficits that they are facing. now under the affordable care act beginning in january, the states have to be self-sustaining. so they are actually now going to start eating the cost. right now as we speak a major
scramble is going on in terms of how are they going to pay for this. medicaid is another major issue. a lot of states are considering, maybe we should be dumping out of medicaid because we can not afford this. >> let me get this straight, you're saying that the blue states are now in the red? >> yeah. >> this is something that the democrats said once we get past the election, everybody would love it. so it will all work out. >> everybody loves it until they actually read the bottom line and see the cost of it. let's take just texas, for example. facing a $25 billion deficit for the next two-year budget cycle. texas lawmakers considering closing the gap by dropping out of medicaid. the end of the day, something has got to give. >> what gives is increased state tax. >> that's right. >> it's blue, it's red. the states are taxpayers. >> yeah. because somebody's got to pay the piper. so it's either health care fees go up or taxes go up. at the end of the day, it's the consumer really getting hit by this. >> not great for their consumer
and that person living in the 14 states dealing with this right now. >> that's right. and as a result, we are actually seeing complete change and new ideas in terms of how are we going to make it, which is why texas is talking about dropping out of medicaid. that's just one state. you're talking across the board. you've got stretched municipalities and local governments that are now figuring out the actual cost to the affordable care act. >> long term it will be heavy. >> speaking of cost, in the runup to obamacare, there were a lot of big companies going, we don't know how it's going to impact us. we don't know if this is a good idea. fast forward to today, big businesses embracing it or doing what they have to do? >> businesses are looking at the rules and trying to figure out the least possible hurt that they are going to take. so whether it means taking some employees to part-time, and that means keeping the number of overall employees below 30 hours or 40 hours, that's really what we're talking about because at the end of the day, somebody's got to pay for this. so we're probably going to see a
lot of long-term uncertainty once again, an issue for business. what are the issues going into year end right now is the tax extender package, the cost of obamacare. all of this is creating more uncertainty for business. they've slowed down their investments in the u.s. economy which is why we saw sort of the slowdown in terms of growth. >> you can see her over on fox business. if you don't know where it is, go to foxbusiness.com/channelfinder and that's where you will find her. >> thank you so much. >> great to have you here. coming up, it's the patriotic performance that will make you proud, even prouder to be an american. ♪ o say can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ >> this navy veteran performing live on "fox & friends" next. >> good morning. ♪ whose broad stripes and bright
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our americans wanting that new car smell when it comes tho their next president? the current president says yes. what does that mean? brit hume is here to talk about that. and await ago grand jury decision any home now on ferguson. we'll show you the battle sparked by rudy guiliani. we'll take to you buffalo as the snow melts and flooding fears rise there this morning. what's ahead for the thanksgiving weekend? wait 'til you hear. bill and i see you at the top of the hour. ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ and the home of the brave
>> goose bumps listening to that. retired navy petty officer first class wilson brought the eagle stadium down with his rendition of the national anthem. but this was not his first time wowing a crowd. >> we first met him at game 3 of the world series with "god bless america" last year and he joins us again today for another performance. i'm so honored to meet you. i've seen you before. what a booming, searing voice. what do you think about? what do you think about when you sing that beautiful song? >> well, the national anthem and "god bless america," both patriotic songs that i feel honored to be able to do for our country, especially in uniform. it's a lot more patriotic to be able to do that. so i thank god that i'm the one that's chosen to do it. it makes me feel good. >> we thank god for you, too. that was a blessing.
eagles coach kelly thanked you, credited you with their win. they took off and he called it electric and put the credit in your hands for their victory. what do you say to that? >> yes, he d. that in itself is an honor when they should be focused on their game, they took time out to focus on the national anthem singer and kelly and the coach from the rams took time out to thank me for my service. it's awesome. >> we thank you for your service. >> thank you so much. >> and your continued service as we remind everyone what this nation is about and the blessings that we have from above. general, we love when you're here. we hope and we pray that you continue to do it. you're here to sing with us today. >> as the flags fly around us, digital flags in thisçó studio. >> thank you. sir. ♪ o say can you see
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perhaps for the history books as well, is this the greatest catch of all time on the football field? >> this is sick. put this to music. i don't think he stepped out that may be the greatest catch i've ever seen. >> that is rookie odell beckham, junior, reaching out and snagging an eli manning catch with three fingers behind him. didn't help. the giants still lost to the cowboys 31-28. your e-mail pouring in on this one. >> that's right. al says, i can't think of a catch that was as good as this. and i've been watching football for over 50 years. >> another says, great catch. but what about the cowboys comeback and win? >> give credit where credit is due. >> credit to this, maybe the worst wedding officiate ever. not only did he forget his lines and lose his place, he did this, too. turns out he wasn't even authorized to marry the couple. >> oh, no. >> who asked him to do it then? >> a background check there.
>> we're going to have more with our retired navy officer here. watch after the show show. log on for the after the show show. we'll see you tomorrow. >> peter, thank you very much for your help. tomorrow. >> in for brian, happy to be here. bill: thank you, guys. good morning on a monday. the grand jury gets back to work outside of ferguson, missouri, as a city and a nation is on edge. barricades are up, anticipation building for announcement, but when will that come? i'm bill hemmer, hope you had a great weekend. welcome to "america's newsroom," good morning to you. martha: good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. local and national leaders urging everybody to stay calm when the decision comes down, but as you can imagine, the police have to brace for whatever violence might happen no matter what the outcome here. at issue is whether police officer darren wilson should face charges in the shooting death of unarmed teenager michael brown over the course of the summer in august. bill: mike tobin outside the courthouse in clayton, missouri. the scene has been what there ar