Behind The Scenes: Election Week Photos

A few behind the scenes photos from this weekend and our election rehearsals. The Fox News team will bring you election results on Tuesday beginning at 6pmET. Be sure to tweet using #FoxNews--our handles: @FoxNews, @BretBaier, @megynkelly, @brithume, @billhemmer, @marthamaccallum, @FoxNewsSunday

FOX News Chat to preview midterms

Please join me for a live chat that will stream on live.foxnews.com Monday, November 3rd at 12:00pmET from our headquarters in New York. We will be taking your questions via Twitter on all things midterms. You can start submitting your questions now @BretBaier using #BretMidterms. We will also take a few viewers live during the chat via skype. Interested in being a part of that chat? Tweet me and let me know and my producer will be in touch. 

And you never know who might show up in studio to join the chat--

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Just In: Ebola Scare in Washington, DC

Just in: A woman got off a Metro bus this morning at the Pentagon and then boarded a shuttle bus that was headed to the Change of Command ceremony at the Marine Barracks at 8th and I in SE Washington D.C. Before that shuttle bus left the parking lot she got off and became ill. 

The woman is currently quarantined at a Virginia hospital and claimed to have been in Liberia two weeks ago.

The passengers on the bus were held on board for a period of time at the Marine Barracks. All passengers have now been let off of the bus before it drove away from where it had been parked.

All passengers who were aboard were questioned and screened--two of the passengers told our local FOX affiliate they were cleared and told to follow up with their individual doctors. The health department has not confirmed this information. 

More tonight on Special Report and we will bring you the latest on this story as we learn more. 

 

Special Report Exclusive: Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson joins Bret Baier live & in studio on Special Report Friday, October 3rd at 6pmET.

Secretary Johnson is at the center of the country’s defense against new terrorist threats from ISIS and other terrorist groups. In addition, we will talk to him about stopping the spread of the Ebola outbreak and working with the CDC & TSA.

He’s in charge of the Secret Service as well as border & immigration issues, including a new executive order.

Don't miss this exclusive interivew on Fox News Channel! 

New Concerns Over First Ebola Case Diagnosed in the US

A Cybersecurity Threat That Could Be Lurking On Your Phone

Gary Miliefsky, SnoopWall CEO, and founding member of the US Department of Homeland Security announces a privacy breach posed by smartphone flashlight apps. Miliefsky has advised two White House Administrations on Cybersecurity.

He was scheduled to join us on set for Special Report, but we had to make room for breaking news. We know you were all excited to hear this story and so we brought Gary in just for The Daily Bret. Share your thoughts with us on Twitter @BretBaier or here on the blog-- after hearing this story will you delete your flashlight app?

 

U.S. Airstrikes Against ISIS in Syria

Twitter Contest: 500,000 Followers!

We want to thank all of our amazing Twitter followers for their support! @BretBaier's account is only 245 followers away from half a million followers and we appreciate each and every one of you! Help us to spread the word via Twitter and you could win a Special Report/Fox News prize package. Check out the contest details below--

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--Tell your friends to follow @BretBaier--tweet about it!

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--We will ask the winners to share who suggested they follow @BretBaier and those current followers will also receive a prize package

--Please do not follow and unfollow-- we will be looking for this and you will be disqualified from the contest

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Thank you all for following--and if you have any suggestions about what you want to see on our social media sites please let us know.

 

Special Report Grapevine: Drive-Thru Funerals

Back To The Future: The Royal Canadian Air Force had to get creative when seeking out replacement parts for its search and rescue airplanes – they ended up raiding the National Air Force Museum. In July 2012 – according to documents just made public – two navigational parts were taken off a Hercules plane on display and installed in a similar craft still in use. The Search and rescue planes were supposed to be replaced starting in 2002, but none are on the horizon.

House Calls: A former VA supervisor has been sentenced to four years of probation, community service, and $15K in restitution after pleading guilty to theft of government property. Venita Godfrey-Scott, a supervisor in the facilities management service, directed VA employees to work on her private home, including installing a deck, putting in new carpet and bathroom improvements. The employees worked on her home during regular work hours and used her government issued credit card to purchase supplies.

A Quick Goodbye: A funeral home in Michigan has installed a drive-thru windows allowing people to pay their last respects… without having to park. The drive-thru option is featured at Paradise Funeral Chapel in Michigan. The Saginaw News writes that the body of the deceased is visible through a window of the building. Mourning periods are limited to 3 minutes and a guestbook appears from a retractable door.

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