Fox and Friends After the Show Show | Tuesday, October 15
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Overseas HighwayAt 113 miles long, the Overseas Highway takes you on an escape from reality. Cruising from Miami to Key West, the breathtaking scenics fill you with an appreciation for a roadway that's American Built. If it weren't for a devastating hurricane, the highway may have taken much longer to be conceived.
Empire State BuildingIn a race for the tallest skyscraper the Empire State Building soared above all. Construction was treacherous and five people died at the site. The building remains a centerpiece of Manhattan and stood the test of the Depression, an airplane crash, and King Kong. Donald Trump even had a stake in it.
Pacific Coast HighwayThe 17-hour drive down the Pacific Coast Highway along California's coast is filled with stunning vistas, mountains, and endless sunsets. The cliff-hugging road is a testament to the American desire to explore. Find out why construction was treacherous and required blood, sweat, tears, and dynamite.
Golden Gate BridgeTowering over San Francisco at 746 feet tall, the Golden Gate Bridge stood as a glimmer of hope coming out of the Great Depression. So many said it would be impossible to build. Men died conquering nature during construction. Today, it stands as a reflection of the American spirit.
Available Now: American BuiltSteve Doocy delves into the design and ingenuity behind the Empire State Building, Golden Gate Bridge, Hoover Dam, Pacific Coast Highway, and the Overseas Highway. Hear from a renowned architect, an engineer, and historians who describe the sacrifice and soul that went into these megastructures.
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