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the >> good morning evyone. i patti ann browne. >> i am heather cheryleds. thank you for joining us. it is monday september 24th. >> we begin with your 5@5:00. the deadly consulate attack in benghazi has a serious blow from libya. a dozen cia operatives were among the personnel evacuated
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from the city their role collecting information on target which included a militia group some say was behind the attack and suspected members of al qaeda. she should have known better a flight attendant brought a loaded gun to work and it accidentally went off. jacquelyn looby made her way through security. she was taken to a private screening room where an airport police officer tried to unload the gun but shot a round into the wall instead. luckily no one was hurt. she has a permit to carry the gun. she claims she forgot she had it with her. >> a man pushs his wife from a car and saves her but tragically was killed himself. the 21-year-old driver of a
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black maza slam nude a mini van which carried a pakistani diplomat before spinning out of control and hitting the 80-year-old. the driver has not been charged but they are investigating. it was politically motivated vandals who broke into his campaign headquarters in staten island new york this weekend. they found cinder blocks in the windows. a computer hard drive containing campaign files had been erased. everything was backed up luckily. >> there's no place like home land at the emmys. >> and the emmy goes to "home land." >> the show time series won for best drama, best writing, best actor and best actress claire danes. >> the entire cast is just uniformly sort of shamelessly
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talented and committed i am so proud to be in their family. >> modern family snagged four emmys including the top sitcom prize. so congratulations to all of the winners. that is your 5@5:00. >> the obama administration is still facing criticism over the response to the deadly consulate attack in benghazi and a delay in calling it an act of terror. we have the latest details on that. >> good morning to you. there are so many questions about what the obama administration knew or didn't know about the attack on the u.s. embassy in benghazi, libya. that led to the death of ambassador chris stevens to help libya. what the obama administration did or didn't know about the attacks. one day after the attack she
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told fox news it was an attack that wasn't previously plan but got out of control. then they said it was a pre-meditated attack. obama and senior advisor press secretary gibbs says why they are changing their story. >> no one intentionally or unintentionally misled people. that was an answer the press secretary gave on september the 14th it is now september the 23rd. we learn more information every day about what happened. no one wants to get to the bottom of this more than we do. >> the subject of debate between what is going on with the administration and the intel sgens. the chairman says the u.s. was caught flatfooted in this.
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they stormed in and killed an ambassador and three other americans. >> this is as serious an event i have ever seen. it has been confusing to try to follow where the administration has been. i am disappointed he didn't say i am going to not go to the fundraiser. they deserve to tell the world we will not tolerate a u.s. ambassador being treated badly let alone killed. the fbi in washington is not commenting on the status of it's investigation they are on the ground but are not in benghazi. the libyan government itself has been conducting an investigation as well. it is time to take a look at who is talking. we are hearing from president obama and mitt romney and the president and his republican opponent sitting down with 60 minutes discussing the election foreign relations and their idea
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of the economy. here is what president obama had to say about the job growth. >> the jobs plan the jobs bill isn't that your responsibility? >> i take full responsibility for everything but you are asking two questions. you are asking number one have i been able to get every plan that would work through a republican congress that says it's number one priority was beating me as opposed to helping the american people. there is no doubt i have been disappointed in trying to get more cooperation from those folks. that's something we have to continue to do. the second question you are asking, though, is has what we have done worked? the fact of the matter is what we have done has been effective in improving the situation in every area we are talking about. when i made a decision to save the auto industry that saved a
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million jobs. 1 in 8 jobs in ohio is dependent on the auto industry. we have seen success. >> mitt romney talking about job creation describing his plans to get americans back to work. >> you are asking the american people to hire you as president of the united states. they would like to hear some specifics. >> i can tell them specifically what my policy looks like. i will not raise taxes on middle income folks i will not lower the share of taxes paid by high income individuals and i will make sure we bring down rates, we limit deductions and exemptions so we keep the progress in the code and encourage growth in jobs. >> the devil is in the details, though, what are we talking about the mortgage deduction the charitable de dushgs. >> the devil is in the details the angel is in the policy which is creating more jobs. >> later in the show we will hear from both men about the current state of their campaign.
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romney says his campaign needs a turnaround the president telling us where he thinks his campaign may have gone quote over board. and it is time now for your first degree weather update with maria molina. she has a look at the first degree temperatures. >> good morning. good to see you. we have cool air out in place across parts of the midwest the great lakes even across the northeast. it's officially fall we saw that on saturday. now we are seeing the cool temperatures across portions of the east. even as when heed off to the west rapid city 44, 40 from minneapolis to chicago, cleveland and many areas across interior portions of the northeast. new york city not too bad. 53 degrees but it is cool enough so you can crgrab the jacket as you head out the door. it is cooling off in the midwest. we are going to see frost for some of you. as you head out the door this morning you need the scraper and scrape off the car window from wisconsin to illinois to
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indiana, ohio, even west virginia and western parts of north carolina. a widespread area we will be dealing with an area of frost and parts of ohio. high temperatures warming up into the 60s in chicago and cleveland. now to stories you can bank on this morning if you are thinking you are getting a free deal with your checking account you could be wrong. here to explain lauren sem netty from the fox business network. >> they increase revenues by 10 billion a year banks are trying to find ways to nickel and dime you to make a difference. if you want to avoid a monthly fee you need 723 bucks in your checking account. that's up 23 percent from last year. the monthly fee has also risen to a record 5.48 a month. 39 percent of noninterest checking accounts are free
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that's down from 76 percent back in 2009. what's worse banks think you are going to pay their fees because you are too lazy to reroute all of your direct deposits and bills you pay monthly. >> they have gone down but the difference is minuscule. >> this is intentional drivers out there. cheaper winter blend gasoline is available at your local gas station. of the national average as of this morning it is 3.81 cents a gallon. prices are better through the end of the year. summer is now over. >> the winter blend is cheaper. >> okay. all right. good to know. >> then finally apple. could be worse. a whole lot of money. >> currently worth 656 billion. if you didn't think that was a
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lot it's on its way to a trillion dollars. the new york times he says exactly on april 9th, 2015, at 11:00 a.m. others say it will hit a trillion dollars two years before that. there is a chance apple never cracks the $1 trillion mark. microsoft never did. every kingdom must crumble. what's their weak spot? maps. in the meantime we can image and have fun. >> we had clayton morris on and he said they are upgrading the map. >> they will make it better. knowing apple we will probably love it in a matter of a couple months or something. right now that's the only negative i can find. >> good to see you. the time now 11 after the top of the hour. robert gibbs colleging questions about why the president has time for talk shows but not world leaders. listen. >> he has time for whoopi goldberg but he doesn't have time for world leaders? >> look, the president is going
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what's in your wallet? here's your invoice. >> 15 after the hour. some quick headlines now if medical errors were counted as a disease they would be the 6th leading cause of death in the united states. the institute of medicine says there are 98,000 deaths every year because of medical mistakes. the lists heart disease as the top cause of death each year followed by cancer. germany launching a war crimes investigation for the philadelphia man who served as an ss guard in auschwitz. there were failed years for having the man ripped of his american citizenship and
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deport deported. war rages in sere why yyria violent protests spread through out the week. marianne rafferty is here with more. >> president obama will address tomorrow he will have the first high level meeting on the rule of hlaw thi. they are going to discuss how nations can maintain peace and security but don't expect any breakthroughs on the dead look over syria. >> they must rise to the moment. this organization is being asked to do more than ever before. people want results in real time, not years. >> making his first appearance at the general assembly is president mohammed morrissey. he asked them to live up to the commitment to palestinian self
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rule. mahmoud abbas and benjamin netanyahu will speak almost back-to-back on wednesday. possibility of an israeli military strike against iran in the weeks ahead. iran's president ahmadinejad will give his final g-8 speech on wednesday. unlike the security council which can impose sanctions or authorize military interventions the general assembly has no real power. it focuses on public debates and issuing nonbinding resolutions. >> thank you mary ann. campaign advisor to president obama robert gibbs talking. he's here on fox news sunday when chris wallace pressed him about the president's decision not to hold one-on-one meetings with world leaders while at the general assembly this week. >> this despite the fact is making time to appear on "the view."
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>> i want to go back to the u.n. and new york this week. you say he has schedules the foreign leaders have schedules, but the president has blocked out time to appear on t"the vie" on tuesday. he has time for wouldn't be pee goldberg but doesn't have time for world leaders. >> look, the president is going to be actively involved at the u.n. general assembly. >> not meeting with any leaders he is giving a speech. >> they have telephones in the white house. last week he talked to the president of egypt the leader in libya. we don't need a meeting in washington just to confer with leaders. >> but he does make the time to be on "the view." >> i am sure if he was doing an interview on fox news he won't have a problem with that. >> well, he hasn't. that's not the point. >> gibbs went on to say the president is actively involved in engaging the most dangerous place in the world every single day of the week.
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>> 18 after the hour. lesson not learned after spending millions of tax dollars on solyndra they are set to spend more on another solar set up. it is the first day of fall and we have the top five locations to catch the best fall foliage.
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>> time now for your first class travel. if you don't plan it just right you could misshe best colors of the season. we are talking about fall folia foliage. we are talking about the best places to change the leaves. courtney scott. thank you for joining us.
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one of them in new york. outside of new york it's the finger lakes beautiful area 11 lakes water falls gorgeous. of course the best part is the 200 wineries in the area. it makes for an incredible weekend get away. the foliage is in peak time now through early october. >> you have a lodging suggestion? >> i do. hotel clarion is in seneca falls a modern contemporary hall with a quaint feel. $170 a night. >> we have one in canada sounds nice. the busch garden in british columb columbia. >> they were once a limestone quarry. now it is a sunken garden. the colors really pop. you want to pay the resort is just across the bay.
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240 a night. >> near breckenridge more nice foliage? >> breckenridge incredible. the georgetown loop railroad is a cool old fashioned steam locomotive. it takes you through these aspen forests. hurry because it is ending in the end of september early october. get there fast. >> you don't have to wait until then. >> vermont is one of the famous places. go throufrom the green mountain. you will hit the ben & jerry's side dar factory. take them back for your family. >> where to stay there. >> it is the epitome of mountain
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lodge. >> a lot of luxury out there. not that expensive. >> this is a very cool way i have not say i have tried it to view the fall foliage from above or right signed of it. zip lynning in north carolina. >> they offer the $300 zip line for course through the diversity of trees which gives you all of those different colors. it is 89 for the package 79 for the use. staying nestled in the mountains of the grove park inn hotel it is really beautiful. 187 a night. great deal there. >> 3 and a half hours of zip lining. >> courtney scott thank you so much for joining us from travelocity. >> i vote grove park inn beautiful and parkway. that's what i vote number one. president obama defending the heated rhetoric with less
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>> welcome back to "fox & friends first". i am heather cheryleds. >> i am patti ann browne. time for the top five stories making news at this hour. president obama is ready to transfer 55 de dane knees at guantanamo bay. that's about a third of the detainee there is. this despite reports a former gitmo detainee was behind the benghazi terror attacks. the second is one of osama bin lad laden's personal body guards who is behind the recruiting efforts in yemen. >> 94 million.
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it is a shocking new report that is how many personal files have been exposed by government agencies since 2009. the report from technology security from rapid 7 reveals there have been over 300 data breeches since 2009 that includes 78 instances of accidental breeches. personal information was also exposed 40 times because of hacking or mal wear. the number of breaches is likely much higher that says some states don't require agencies to report them reevenlt find cans from the government accountability office found 18 out of 24 major federal agencies had poor security control for personal data. >> the obama administration is about to hand over $197 million to another solar company despite a series of green energy failures. solo power will open up a $340 million facility in portland this thursday giving it access to the guaranteed loans. solar power also got over 56
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billi million in loans tax credits and incentives from oregon and the city of portland. the loan is thanks to the same controversial programs that doled out $535 million from taxpayers to solyndra before it went bankrupt. >> remember that movie "catch me if you can" it is just like this they arrested a man at the airport de pretending to be a pilot just like that movie. oo frooing, c frank, captain oliver. >> thanks for giving me a list, boys. the 32-year-old called himself andrea sur low and even created a fake facebook profile. here he is posing in a pilot's uniform. cops were tipped off by a civil aviation lieutenant. he met the imposter and got suspicious because he was too young for the job. they believe the suspect flew in
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the cockpit of at least one flight last year. they are investigating whether there were actual employer instances. >> we have heartbreaking news this morning the giant panda club born at the national zoo in washington, d.c. last week has passed away. zoo officials say the cub's mother was making distress noises. the baby panda had stopped breathing and could not be revived with cpr. the cause of death is expected to be determined today. that is your 5@5:30. republicans hammering the obama's merchandiadministration on the terror attack in libya. president obama's campaign trying to shoot down the growing criticism. kelly wright has more details on that. good morning, kelly. >> up to now the campaign has been focused on the jobs and economy. now a sharper focus on the campaign trail an the question of national security and
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president obama's foreign policy. republicans will blasting the president on this attack claiming the obama administration failed to provide adequate security for ambassador stevens and americans and more. >> he plays a small ball game when he has a disaster overseas in the middle east and northern africa which he said he could solve and he didn't. we have a disaster in the economy this this country somehow the president thinks he is entitled to four more years. i think he should worry about intelligence briefings, getting the economy back on track instead of debate prep and interviews with a lens and meetings with jay-z and beyonce. >> as criticism mounts over the handling of the attack the senior advisor and robert gibbs
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about the administration. >> you say this was a terror attack. nobody wants to get to the bottom of this more than the president and secretary of state so we can protect missions and consulates through out the world and remain engaged. >> he will tape an interview for the television show "the view." that will air tomorrow. the president will also address the u.n. general assembly on tuesday. many will be watching to see if the president will discuss the attack on benghazi during the address to the u.n. general assembly. >> time to take a look at who's talking and more. this election has been labeled one of the dirt yis in history. many criticized the president's camp of lying in their attack ads against mitt romney. >> an issue did not air but you
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can see it at his web site. he admits his own campaign ads may have gone over board at times. >> back checkers have had problems with the ads on both sides and say they have been misleading and in some cases just not true. does that disturb you? some of them are your ads. >> do we see sometimes us going over board in our campaign, mistakes that are made actio, a where they can dispute how they are presenting things? that happens in politics. >> aren't the american people entitled to the truth or a better version? >> most of the time we are having a debate about the country and there's a lot at stake in this election. is it going to be sharp sometimes? absolutely. will the american people ultimately have a good sense of where i want to take the country and where governor romney wants to take the country? i think this he will.
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>> the state of the campaign also what mitt romney is talking about this morning law analysts say this past week was mitt romney's worst so far in the campaign. some analysts sawed that. romney responding to the critics. >> the ceo of the campaign a lot of republicans would like to know a lot of donors would like to know how you turn this thing around? >> doesn't need a turnaround. we have a campaign which is tied with incumbent president of the united states. >> as you know a lot of people were concerned about the video of the fundraiser and talk about the 47 percent of the american people who don't pay taxes. peggy noonan a very well known conservative columnist says it was a result of this campaign being incompetent. i wonder if any of the criticism gets through to you and whether you are concerned about it. >> that wasn't the campaign that was me. that's not a campaign. >> you are the campaign. >> i have a very effective
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campaign doing a very good job, but not everything i say is elegant. i want to make it very clear. i want to help 100 percent of the american people. >> when asked if he thinks he can win this thing meaning the election romney said i am going to win this thing. >> oo before you leave the house this morning let's get the first degree weather update. >> good to see you. good morning everyone. that's right. we are talking cool temperatures across parts of the midwest and great lakes and even the northeast some areas as far south as north carolina dealing with cold temperatures. dealing with frost across these areas where you have the frost advisories are in place. most are in effect until 9:00 a.m. local time. you head out the door bring some of that frost off of your car windshield. cool 44 in rapid city 41 in
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minneapolis. chicago a cool 42. you need a jacket as well as you head out the door. we are looking at a current temperature at 53. cool in rale leigh as well-it rale most quiet most of the country quiet as far as new rainfall goes. thank you very much, maria. >> time to entertain this. green day's front man billy joe armstrong headed to rehab after this a monumental melt down on stage. >> one minute left. one minute (bleep) left. you are going to give me one (bleep) minute? >> i think he was upset about the one minute. >> reportedly upset his set was shortened. no word on how long he will stay in rehab. >> the gang is all here, well almost anyway.
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the cast of full house they celebrated the 25th anniversary of the show's premiere with a reunion party. it was almost a full house because mary-kate and ashley olson weren't there. another slow weekend at the box office. still a hollywood photo finish to see who came out on top after studio estimates put in to watch tieing with horror movie "house at the end of the street." pulled in 13 million each. >> time now for the starting lineup. making headlines at this hour an emotional performance by the ravens tory smith against the patriots. smith dedicating the game to his brother who was killed less than 24-hours earlier in a motorcycle accident. raye vens justin tucker with a field goal time inspired with a 31-30 win. an angry coach grabbing a ref afterward.
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he could face a fine. they rallied from an 18 point deficit in the third quarter to win 27-24 in the ot. >> a replacement ref injured the cowboys reporter. the ref through his hat down which is standard. but he tripped on it in the end zone. the cowboys beat the bucks 16-10. >> the time now is 41 after the top of the hour. coming up will she or won't she? former president clinton on whether hillary has plans to run in 2016. >> arnold schwarzenegger coming clean about his love child. the former governor revealing for the first time his wife maria confronted him about fathering a child out of wedlock. flush
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>> welcome blacack. 44 after the hour. let's look at what's happening overseas. rescues are searching for three climbers missing after a deadly avalanche on a himalayan mountain yesterday. 11 people were killed none were americans. climbers say the avalanche may have been triggered by a huge piece of falling ice. in mexico over 31 tons of chemicals used to make designer drugs found on a ship at a western sea port. the ship just arrived from japan. the documents show it was allegedly carrying fertilizer. the chemicals were bound for a northwestern city home to an old drug cartel. finally to germany, thousands of people celebrating oktoberfest in their traditional bavarian outfit. the largest beer festival kicked off the 179th year this weekend.
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patti ann? well, heather, former president bill clinton also talking about his wife. security i rainfall sta-- of st clinton and whether or not there would be a presidential run in the future. here's what he had to say about that. >> i don't know. she is worked hard for 20-years 8 years in the white house she served in new york for 8 years and immediately became secretary of state. she is tired. she is really worked hard. i think she is done a fabulous job. i am very proud of her, but she wants to take some time off, kind of regroup, write a book i hope we will be working together. she was doing this work long before i was. a lot of what we do now women and girls were driven by some of the things she started in the state department. i think we ought to give her a chance to organize her life and decide what she wants to do.
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i just don't know. she is an extraordinarily able person. i never met anybody i thought was a public servant. i have no earthly idea what she will decide to do. >> do you think she would be the most qualified person to run? >> i never met anybody i thought was any better than her. >> president clinton going on to say it is secretary clinton's own decision but he added he will support her whatever she decides. >> it is 47 after the top of the hour. listen up for this. we have a frightening warning about a popular kid's toy you may have in your own backyard. then the summer is over, but that doesn't mean you should get rid of your beach body. nikki fitness returns with five ways to stay fit this fall. first let's check in with ryan kilmeade and see what's coming
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up on fox and friends. >> i am not nearly as fit as any one on that stage but alone i am feeling secure. let me tell you what's ahead the next 3 hours. dueling interviews with obama and romney. who is set up to win the week? we will examine that. also going to talk to a guy named donald trump with a few opinions on what mitt romney should be doing now and why the president is in his estimation a bad president. you are talking education. dana perino on communicating the message. how is the romney camp going to repel some of the criticism coming from the right? all coming up on "fox & friends". don't miss it. [ male announcer ] if it wasn't for a little thing called the computer,
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>> 9 minutes to the top of the hour.
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trampolines may be too dangerous for your children. the american academy of pediatrics siting 100,000 injuries in 2009. safety nets added in recent years don't make much of a difference. arnold schwarzenegger dising on the love scandal tell all. schriver cornered him in couple's therapy and asked about the child. that's when she came clean. she waited until the day after he left office to confirm her suspicions he was a cheater. with kids back in school and activities it may be hard to fit in your workout. we are here to help you out this morning specifically personal trainer author of the new book slim nas ticks nikki fitness is here with the fall tips. >> the seasons are changing, when should you work out? morning or afternoon or evening? >> think of fall as your friend. you are back in a routine. if you only have an hour to
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workout you will really make it happen as opposed to the summer when you had all day. if you are a morning person sleep in your fitness clothes. if an afternoon person maybe you leave your house keys at your gym in a locker. if you are there you might jump on the treadmill. >> motivating music to get you up in the morning. >> put your sneakers on sports bra it cuts the routine out of this. >> multi-tasking is a part of our daily lives. it's a good idea in your workout. >> yes, you can cut the workout time in half. you can do a squat while you do a bicep curl. add something else to it. i i have movies where i do inner thighs crunches and chest moves. you start sweating get your heart rate up even more. >> right now i am into working out at home. you have another tip for that if that's what you choose to do.
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>> working out at home set your calendar buput it up on the wal. if you have an empty box only put your workouts in that calendar calendar just for the workouts. you will know if you did it one way nikki fitness dvd's the other or i need to get yoga the next day. >> mantras to motivate you. >> one of them is -- if you are sitting at home make sure you work out a lot. if you are not sick or injured when you have the flu for a week you are wish you could work out. when you are healthy keep that in mind. >> i like the last one, sweat is fat crying. >> you want your fat to be sobbing. you want your fat to be sobbing. the more you sweat the more you are burning calories you will burn more afterwards. >> it's not just about working out it's what you eat finally. >> if you can plan all of your meals on a sunday grill lots of
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veggies roast them. use your slow cooker. make your chicken meal you can put it into a healthy sandwich with veggies piled on top. if you can do that sunday and bring your lunch to work plan it out. it helps save money, too. i am in love with my george foreman grifor foreman grill. the time now is about 5 minutes until the top of the hour. take a look at this. this driver miraculously lands on his feet after a brutal crash. it is all part of the good, the bad and the ugly. can you figure out what our word of the day is? that's a long one. stick around for the answer. i have no idea.
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>> two minutes to the top of the hour as we look at the good, bad and the ugly. first the good. a sea turtle was released back
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in the wild . the turtle was 7 feet long and 750 pounds and was nursed back to health in the new england aquarium the bad. i would-be burglar arrested after he feel asleep in the home. the homeowner found him ran sacked and the intruder asleep on the floor. they found small tron trons on him. >> the ugly . a russian truck driver right there catapulted through a wind shield . he appears to walk away unharmed. >> that is unreal. that's him walking away. looking and saying oh, my what happened. >> it ise


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