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first" on this thursday morning. thank you for joining us. >> i am heather childers. >> i am ainsley earhardt. we appreciate you waking up this early with us. we are going to start with obamacare. the white house offering a two-year expansion on canceled healthcare plans. is this about the american people or about politics? >> elizabeth prann is following the latest news in washington. >> the department of health and human services had already given the insurers the option of continuing canceled plans through 2014. those policies were made in effect an additional two years. they did this to stop another wave of cancellations before the campaign. >> we respect the pledge i made if you like your plan you can keep it. i said in interviews there is no
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doubt the way that i am -- that hold ended up not being inaccurate. >> while being interviewed rahm emanuel says the decision was driven by political gain. others argue the administration is trying to provide flexibility during the law's implementation. some say the move is much more calculated for political reasons. >> what was happening with the insurance companies, they are required to send cancellation letters to consumers 90-days before the new plans take effect. when you count back 90-days to january 1st that is the height of campaign season. that's clearly what the white house was thinking about here. >> meanwhile the house voted a one-year delay of tax penalty if they decline to enroll in the cover ranl. the bill will go nowhere in the
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democratic senate and the white house if it ever makes it there. >> liz breaelizabeth prann live. thank you. the american eagle flight out of dallas fort worth was headed to moline, illinois, overnight. smoke started to fill the cockpit after takeoff and that's when the flight had to be diverted to greenville, texas. a bus had to pick up the crew members and take them back to dallas. thankfully no one was hurt. the source of the smoke not known yet. an early morning air strike acted until he killed 5 afghan soldiers. the air strike will draw new verbal attacks from afghan president hamid karzai. he has been highly critical of the u.s. and nato and previously demanded end to all coalition air strikes unless they were first cleared by his government.
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brand new information this morning the embattled region of crimea they will vote in a week when this should be part of ukraine or russia. this comes as negotiations are starting to look like a stalemate. peace talks with both sides stalling in paris. all parties agree it is important to resolve the issues through dialogue. >> we agreed to continue intense discussions in the coming days with russia, with the ukrainians in order to see how we can help normalize the situation, stabilize it and over come the crisis. >> this comes as the pentagon is boosting the nato presence sending fighter jets to the region to support all guide defenses. the house takes up a vote today on a ukrainian aid package. brand new fox news polls are
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out this morning and president obama's numbers are not looking good. when asked about the administration handling foreign policy especially the craigs in ukraine only 33 percent approve. last december it was 39 percent. they are discussing why the foreign policy ratings have hit a new low. i think when we protect our interest, when we defend our allies, when we act consistently people respect or in some cases fear us. when we act as though we are uninterested when the president doesn't pay attention when i think others pay attention -- t advantage of it. >> only 33 percent approve of what the president is doing. this is the first time it was
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under 40 percent. when asked if the country was better off than when he took office only 30 percent said yes. the woman it at the irs target scandal, what's next for lois learner? >> in a move not surprising to many she pleaded the 5th before a house fanl once again. she headed the division of tea party and other conservative groups. on the advise of the council i decline to answer that question. >> it was after ice saw ended the session. elij elijah cummings wanted his voice heard. >> you are all free to leave. the gentlemen may ask the question. >> for the paths year the central republican investigation. >> we are adjourned. close it down. >> issa shut off his microphone
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when he shouted about the one-sided investigation. they are looking for a convenient truth rather than following the investigative process. >> mr. cummings is there with not a smidge again of evidence. we have never sat and said this leads to the president. our evidence leads to lois lerner that's why we hoped to hear from her. >> now the biggest question, what is next for lois lerner as chairman issa and john boehner are considering holding her in contempt. >> i have conferred with some of my members. i plan ton speaking to them and we plan to do it as early as next week. >> they could force her to testify. the fox news poll shows 71 percent of the country believes congress should investigate the irs. certainly a story we will be watching as it progresses. ainsley, tack to you. thank you, mary ann. >> an arrest in the 2011
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kidnapping and murder of nursing student holly. zachary adams now indicted in the 20-year-old's disappearance. there is no bond set. they will consider the death den ality if adams is convicted. >> day tour of the oscar pistorius trial. they showed the blade runner arriving in court early this morning. his neighbor is back on the witness stand. he says he heard gun shots and a woman screaming the night pistorius model girlfriend reba steenkamp died. he maintains he accidentally killed steenkamp after he had mistaken her for an incruder. >> the civil rights division of the justice department is blocked by the senate. he faced harsh criticism was he defended a notorious cop killer in court.
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the widow of the fallen ever says she is relieved. >> i am glad for the senator whofrp brave enough to vote and do the right thing. >> the senator from west virginia indicated after he spoke with maureen falkner he was voting his conscience. if president obama thinks voting your conscience is a travesty i submit the true travesty is sitting in the white house. >> the vote against advancing toward compilation was 47/52 just shy of the majority that was needed. we have all been waiting for a winter warm-up possibly on the way. >> maria molina is here to tell us if it is going to come to fruition. >> we have had our fingers crossed for a bit of relief from the brutal temperatures. it probably doesn't seem like we are expecting a warm-up across
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the great lakes and northeast. this morning it is very cold out there. we have temperatures in the teens and single digits. single digits in buffalo and marquette. as we head into the afternoon hours yesterday across parts of the great lakes you were in the 20's. today, 30's anywhere from minneapolis to chicago to cleveland. by tomorrow you could have temperatures making it into the 40's across places like chicago. otherwise in texas, temperatures in the the 60d and 70s. not bad as we head into this afternoon. otherwise in the southeast we have an area of low pressure developing along parts of the gulf coast. today we will be producing areas of heavy rain out here and possible severe weather across portions of florida. heather and ainsley on the northern side of this system freezing rain possible in parts of western north carolina and also into virginia winter weather advisories have been issued. >> he can oh, thank you very much maria, we appreciate it as
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always. this major car company has a lot of explaining to do for delaying a fatal admission switch recall. loren simonetti joins us now with this news and our other top business news. >> good morning everybody. the government is ordering general motors to answer 107 detailed questions relating to the recall more than a million calls right here in the u.s. a faulty ignition switch led to 13 deaths. the question must be answered under oath by april the 3rd. safety regulators want to know why it took gm as long as a decade to recall the cars. engineer cooperating with the order. facebook and the gun de late. they are pulling all posts from it gun sales that doesn't require background checks and under 18 from viewing gun offers as well. also making changes to instagram in consultation with industry and organizations. >> travelers can expect planes
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to be full this spring. 130 million passengers will fly u.s. airlines up one percent from last year. a record 17 million people will take international flights. so they are getting out of the u.s. entirely. maybe, i don't know, caribbean or hawaii or something. >> it has been a brutal winter. >> we are nice and warm. >> thank you so much, loren. appreciate it. it is 11 minutes after the hour. moments before a mother drove her mini van into the ocean with her children inside. why police say just moments before let her go. >> they will explain hopefully why she did it. >> he lost half a million dollars gambling but he says it's the casino's fault because he's drunk. now he's siouxing, really? it's the little things in life that make me smile.
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the atlantic ocean with her three young children in the back seat of her mini van. we are live in daytona beach, florida. they are just releasing new 911 calls. what are you hearing? >> this was a crazy story. it has so many elements. the story ended here at daytona beach for this expect ability fath mother of three drove the mini van into the ocean. her sister told a 911 dispatcher early in the day tuesday wilkerson was in florida to escape an abusive husband. she tried to call domestic violence shelters but was told they were all full. during that call they asked why they needed to do a wellness check. listen to this.
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>> of course that woman came here to daytona beach and drove her car here. the children are in state custody. we don't know if any charges will be filed. >> real heros for sure in rescuing these children. >> shocking ruling in massachusetts a man who took cell phone photos up the skirts of women did not violate any state laws. michael robertson was arrested back in 2010 in a sting operation after reports he was using his cell phone to take photos and videos of women on a boston subway. but because the woman were not nude there's noah again no law photographing them. the district says the wording of the law needs to be rewritten. a high school principal it in jail after he allegedly set fire to the school he runs. 30-year-old thomas sander
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principal n principal at trinity high school facing criminal charges including arson. took firefighters two hours to put out the blaze after he allegedly set a file cabinet on fire. the building is heavily damaged. he is being held on a 500,000 dollar bond. we first told you about this story t story. fabbing kument members signed it because they feel condoleezza rice hasn't made any contributions to society even though tefz the first black female secretary of state. i headed to the main campus to ask some of the faculty members why they are so against her speaking? >> i think she is controversial because there are many people believe she didn't tell the truth about weapons of mass destruction and the things that got us into the iraq war and many people who think she is controversial because she supported torture and extraordinary rendition. >> what if nor secretary of
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state hillary rodham clinton were asked to speak at the commencement? >> i think hillary clinton has not been involved in the use of torture, waterboarding which has been condemned internationally. i think hillary rodam clinton has not bonn been involved in lies about whether iraq had weapons of mass destruction. >> well on the other hand students i talked to had no problem with the former secretary of state speaking at their graduation. >> speaking at the graduation isn't anything with politics. i think it would be fine for her to speak. obviously they can be upset about it because of their own personal views but at the same time it shouldn't effect the fact that she is just speaking at our graduation. >> no politics involved with really. >> your professors aren't happy about this. they don't want her to give the address. they put together this petition
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200 plus have signed it saying they want their invitation rescinded. >> i am not surprise the. university campuses being what they are being a very liberal environment. >> as i was saying more than 200 faculty members signed that petition. at this point rutgers has no plans to cancel rice's appearance. >> the time now is 19 after the top of the hour. coming up a war of words, purdue university trying to stop a pair of married alums from using the word god. a new verdict in this controversial case. she grew up on the beach. now maria molina is trading in her sunglasses for her skis. wait until you see what happens when she hits the slopes for the very first time and takes on the half pipe. about hotels. all-you-can-eat is a hotel policy that allows you to eat all that you can. the hotel gym is short for gymnasium.
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>> gambling under the influence. a wealthy businessman who lost half a million dollars at a vegas casino is suing to get his money back. he was blackout drunk when he hit the black jack table at the grand casino super bowl weekend. he honor. it will refer to god's physical laws just as michael mccracken wished as the school originally banned him from using the word
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god because it might offend someone. mccracken said in a statement quote, my wife and i felt it so important to resolve this issue instead of ignoring it. changes are coming to the sat exam nor high school students. the changes are supposed to represent what students study in class and what they need after graduation. some of the most notable changes to tell you about include no penalty for wrong answers. the essay portion will be optional the score scale will return to a possible 1600. the changes go into effect in 2016. we are all sick of the snow. but maria molina found a way to have a little more fun with it. you had not done this before. >> i have never skied before. any time there's a snowstorm i am providing warnings i am alerting everyone. this time around i decided to have some fun go to aspen,
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colorado, buttermilk mountain and learn how to ski from the best. >> skiing looks easy doesn't it especially for someone like myself who grew up in florida, have never seen the rocky mountains and oh, yes, i have never been on skis. >> this is so cool. >> going to go the other way. >> clearly i have a long way to go before i am ready to hit the slopes. first up, making sure i have got the right gear. >> stand up and flush your shins. >> it is up to ski invictory jonathan balu to make sure i stay up right. first he focuses on my ground game. it is all about stance and stability. >> you should feel your feet firmly planted on the ground.
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>> i could use a few runs on the bunny slopes. finally, i am ready to go to the top of the mountain. >> look over your right shoulder. >> i see it. >> grab the bar, head down. >> at nearly 10,000 feet the view is incredible. but i can't forget the real reason i came up here. >> now we are going to get extreme. >> after just a few hours and only a handful of runs i am ready for the half pipe. >> oh boy. am i going to eat it? >> perfect. >> so that's what the half pipe looks to me in my mind. but a special thank you to
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jonathan for making sure i didn't fall down and all others who were patient that weekend. it is so much fun and a great workout. >> you escaped uninjured and didn't break anything. >> didn't even fall thanks to jonathan. >> love the camera. love the perspective. 27 minutes after the top of the hour. this is one way to quit your job. >> i am proud to be an american and believe in sis sem nadissemg the truth and that's why after this newscast i am resigning. >> what forced a news anchor to throw in the towel on the air. >> it may be the best gift over, a baby gets creative to introduce herself to her military dad for the first time. ...return on investment wall isn't a street... isn't the only return i'm looking forward to... for some, every dollar is earned with sweat, sacrifice, courage.
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>> it is thursday march 6th aventd y and yet another obamacare delay. if you like your plan you can keep it for two more years. why this deadline delay may be more about politics than they promised. barbara bush telling us about what she thinks about her son jeb bush running for president. >> he is the best qualified person, no question about that. >> the brand new poll numbers are just in. >> smoking in the bathroom. these aren't cigarettes. wait until you hear what a group
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of third graders are caught lighting up. f "fox & friends first" starts right now. ♪ >> if you are watching us this morning unfortunately you are not getting a chance to sleep all day. >> good morning it is thursday march 6th. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather childers. it is half past the top of the hour. we begin with this story this morning. a white house offer to extend the grace period on canceled healthcare plans for two years being called an electioning year ploy. >> the offer coming on the heels of a vote to delay penalties for not signing up.
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doug luzader has more for us. >> the white house says it is about flexibility. the last thing they needed were cancellation notices from insurance companies letting millions of americans know their current healthcare plans are no longer legal under obamacare. >> what is happening with insurance companies they are required to send cancellation letters to consumers 90-days before the new plans take effect. when you count back 90 days that is the height of campaign season. that's clearly what the white house was thinking about here. >> beyond that there are interesting poll numbers. how do you rate the government on the number of audits.
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healthcare 36 percent say they succeeded 57 percent think the obama administration mostly failed. most of that may be rooted in the statement the president made over and over again. if you like your healthcare plan you will be able to keep your healthcare plan, period. if you like your doctor you will be able to keep your doctor, period. the president had to back away from those statements. the house passed a measure that would delay the onset of that individual mandate to give the people a break from the tax penalties they would incur. the white house already promised a veto. >> doug luzader live for us in dc. thank you, doug. >> smoke pouring into the cockpit of a plane forces an emergency landing. the american eagle flight out of dallas, fort worth, there is a map of where it happened, was headed to moline, illinois overnight.
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but smoke started to fill the cockpit. there it is just after takeoff. that's when the flight was diverted to greenville, texas. a bus picked up the 45 passengers and crew members and took them back to dallas. no one was hurt. the source of the smoke not yet known. day four of the oscar pistorius trial is underway in south africa. the new video shows the blade runner arriving in court earlier this morning. today his neighbor is back on the witness stand. he says he heard gun shots and a woman screaming the night that pistorius model girlfriend reba steenkamp died. he accidentally killed her he says after mistaking her for an intru intruder. >> there's an arrest in the murder of holly bobo. zachary adams now indicted in the 20-year-old's disappearance. he is in jail with no bond set. >> they will consider the death penalty if adams is convicted.
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the embattled region of crimea in the ukraine will vote on whether it will remain part of the ukraine or in russia. secretary of state john kerry says all parties agree it is important to resolve the issue through dialogue. the pentagon boosting its nato presence sending fighter jets to the region to support u.s. allies there. later today the house will vote on a ukrainian aid package as some military p analysts say we should stay out of the crisis all together. >> i like what he did, he crossed international borders with troops in mass without bets. we have no dog in this fight and two there's no simple solution like cutting the banging off that's going to do anything to effect this. >> secretary kerry is in rome today continuing talks between the countries. meantime we have this, an american anchor working for
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russia's state run tv quit live on the air because of the crisis. take a look. >> personally i cannot be part of a network funded by the russian government that white washes the actions of putin. i am proud to be an american and believe in disseminating the truth and that is why after this newscast i am resigning. >> liz wahl said her own grandparents fled hungary to escape soviet persecution. >> former irs lois lerner refusing to testify about the irs tea party scandal. >> i exercise my 5th amendment right and decline to answer my question. >> learner repeatedly pleading the 5th and refusing to answer any questions for the second time. the chairman daryl issa and john boehner now pushing to have her held in contempt of congress. if they vote to hold learner in
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contempt a court could force her to testify. a recent poll says 71 percent of our country believes congress should investigate the irs. that brings us now to "look whose talking." tray 2k3w0ud de is talking about what happens now with lois lerner. >> you can't make someone talk unless you want to get jack rattle out of retirement. you can give them incentive to talk or punish them for not talking. that's contempt. but make no mistake, we can't make her tell us what she knows. we can just punish her if she doesn't. there that's where i would like to see us go. >> even if congress does hold learner in contempt that doesn't mean the department of justice will take action. investigation is underway. president obama said there isn't a smidge enof corruption. >> remember, holder is the attorney general of the united states. the fbi cued him in.
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there's not a smidgen of evidence according to the united states. >> in fact that was so improper -- he was telling the people who ultimately report to him in the justice department here is where your conclusion should be in your vif gages. >> if lois lerner doesn't have anything to hide one wonders if she trying to protect her sup vied viseors is she trying to protect the president? >> other polls to tell you about. brand new fox news polls that only 38 percent of people approve of president obama's job performance. this is the first time his approval rating is under 40 percent. many might agree it is time for a new leader, but who. barbara bush on fox and friends talking about her son jeb running. >> he is the best qualified person in the country. there's no question about that. put me down as saying that. >> how does the rest of the nation feel when asked who would make a good president, hillary
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clinton led the way with 50 percent saying yes, rand paul and joe biden tied at 28 percent and jeb bush came in 4th with 24 percent. if the election were held today voters said they would vote for hillary over the top gop candidate, nearly half choose clinton over each republican. >> wouldn't that be interestin . to have hillary against jeb bush. we can hope maria moline gnaw is here in the weather center. >> if you live in maine you are probably wondering what warm-up? currently the temperature is 6 degrees below zero. that's the temperature not the windchill. you are in the teens anywhere from minneapolis into new york city. that warm-up is coming up especially as we head into this this weekend with many of you expecting highs in the 40's and even 50's. >> high temperatures making it into the 30's from minneapolis,
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chicago, cleveland parts of texas 60s and 70s. missoula making it up to 44 degrees. heavy rain even severe storms possible in parts of central and southern florida across parts of carolina and virginia. the same system will produce freezing rain and light areas of snow. winter weather advisories have been issued. let's head over to you heather and ainsley. >> thank you very much maria. appreciate the good news. >> they will finally get the nation's highest military award, the medal of honor. lance corporal kyle carpenter was wounded in afghanistan when he shielded a fellow soldier from a grenade in 2010. both of the men survived. he will be the third medal of honor recipient from it the wars in afghanistan and iraq. >> an adorable video.
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harper wait to go meet her dad for the first time in nebraska with a sign based on the hit song, call me baby. it reads i just met you and this is crazy but my name is harper and i'm your baby. she was born while her father coal was serving in afghanistan. until they came face to face he had only seen his daughter via skype. but the two finally got to meet in person. he said he is excited to be back and start life with his growing family. >> that makes you smeal a smile bring tears to your eyes. >> president obama doubling down in his push to raise the minimum wage. now one of the largest employers in the country is changing its tune. >> and it is raining money. the creative whiay one criminal tried to get away with an arm load of cash.
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>> a brand new study says alzheimer's kills more americans than we realize. the cdc attributed 80,000 deaths to alzheimer's four years ago this report estimates that number is now at 500,000. this makes it the number three cause of death behind heart disease and cancer. new information about the little boy in this picture who captured the nation's heart. the child's aunt had to perform cpr on him to save his life after he stopped breathing in her back seat. the doctors say the little boy had three cysts on his trachea which is probably why he stopped breathing. they have been removed. now a battle is going full steam ahead as president obama and a major fast food chainer arguing the risks and rewards of
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raisi raising hay. >> president obama knows he and others are facing a tough battle. he's pushing measures that would help like raising the minimum wage. it turns out what happens if workers got a little more money in the pot? they spend a little more money. which means that suddenly businesses have more customers. which means they make more profits. which means they can hire more workers. which means you get a virtuous cycle. that's common sense. >> the president wants to raise the federal minimum wage to 10.10 up from 7.25 an hour. 28 million people would benefit. some of the biggest companies say raising the minimum wage will hurt profit margins and lead to fewer jobs.
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the fast food giant mcdonalds told shareholders the long-term trend toward higher wages and social incentive in developing markets may intensify with increasing matters of income inequality is one of the risk factors facing mcdone haldz in 2014. mcdonalds workers staged high profile protests demanding higher wages. mcdonalds says it may lose this latest fight. heather, ainsley, back to you. thank you so much. joining us lye. we appreciate it. >> it is 12 minutes after the top of the hour. why a mother, father and daughter are all in trouble with the law. >> smoking in the bathroom, but these aren't cigarettes. wait until you hear what a group of third graders are caught lighting up. first let's check in to see what's on "fox & friends." >> i hope you didn't look at the rundown.
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i like you to be surprised. >> of course we didn't. >> coming up sweep week continues with the best gadgets. a pillow that nudges you if you snore rather than a human being. more of the union battle at a vw plant in tennessee. senator bob corker is here live. over sweetened kid's drinks. some of them will shock you. grab on to something steady. maybe a piece of furniture. she is from miami, maria molina is hitting the slopes with a camera on her head. tom cotton is here how they took his military service to something they shouldn't bring up to sin the senate seat. we will talk about that and more as re zoom out the music gets louder and we go to animation. watch. don't ask me how i know.
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eight minutes still the top of the hour. what were you doing in elementary school? in california a group of third graders, three of them busted in the school's bathroom for smoking pot. two of them, eight years old, one nine. the question now, how did these young kids get thaer hands on the drugs? parents are conflicted on how the situation should be handled. >> i think they should be expelled and followed further to where they found it. >> i don't like it. what can you do? >> according to school policy, the students could be suspended or expelled. >> it is the latest animated movie about a genius dog who invented a time machine and is now playing dad to a seven-year-old boy. so what does the future look like for mr. peabody
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and sherman? for more we step into the tpot light with michael tammero. i love animated movies. >> this is based on the future that used to be in rocky and bullwinkle. classic story of boy and his dog. this is the most accomplished dog in the world, a business titan, physicist, olympian. it is cute for parents who are tired of seeing frozen for the tenth hundredth time. this is more sophisticated yet enough for kids to enjoy. we asked the actors recently what it was like when they met for the first time. >> the first day i met him, we went into the recording studio and right away our first scene was we had to yell at each other and like scream at each other. so it was funny because
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once we ended the scene, they said cut and we were like hey, nice to meet you. >> yeah, that is how we basically got to know each other was screaming at each other's faces. >> a father for the first time too. it opens up nationwide tomorrow. it is from the director of "the lion king." >> great. do you think as successful as "frozen"? >> "frozen" is the most successful animated movie of all time so it is a big hurdle to leap. >> thank you, michael. >> you can see all of yourself on-line. >> and twitter. thanks. >> the time is five minutes till the top of the hour. it is raining money the creative way one criminal tried to get away with an arm load of cash and it really is a family affair. why a mom, dad and daughter are all in trouble with theerfe law. policy
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two minutes till the top of the hour. before you leave the house here's what happening. an american eagle flight out of dallas, fort worth makes an emergency landing after smoke fills the cockpit. none of the passengers were hurt. a cross was found in the wreckage after 9/11 and a group says it should be removed from the ground because it violates the first amendment. the house is voting on a ukraine package. lawmakers promising to direct fast help to the struggling region. >> time to look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. up first the good. a daring rescue in hawaii to save a cat stuck in a chimney for at least a day. the cat was micro chipped so the humane society is hoping to reunite the cat with its owner. next the bad. a bungling burglar caught on camera robbing a d.c. area bank. when the cash wouldn't fit in his jacket, he tried to haul it off in an open umbrella. police got him a short time later. the ugly, a father, mother
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and daughter in chicago arrested in a seven million-dollar decade long shoplifting spree across the country. they sold the stolen items on ebay. >> aren't parents supposed to set a good example for kids? the whole family is in trouble. >> "fox & friends" up next. bye. >> good morning. it is thursday, march 6. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. shocking new numbers in a poll revealing president obama's approval at an all-time low. has the white house completely lost touch with the american people? we're going to break down those numbers for you next. >> the i.r.s. investigation comes to a brief halt when a democratic congressman lashes out. watch. >> simply endlessly slandering the efforts of the committee. >> congressman darrell issa will set the record straight. >> you'll hear more from that. much more. they didn't want condi rice speaking at their school's


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