>> cheryl: breaking news this morning. a huge day for the republican candidates and run for the white house. in just a few hours they will face off in the fox business-wall street journal gop presidential debate. we will have a live review from milwaukee. good morning, everyone, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. we will also keep you up to date on the markets after yesterday's selloff. u.s. stack market futures. now to the downside. dow futures down 40 and s&p
futures down 4. >> cheryl: ahead of tonight's big debate. >> nicole: immigration no doubt a big topic tonight. a major court decision to block president obama's plan to prevent deportations 5 million people living in the u.s. i legally. >> cheryl: also breaking overnight, ban from all international athletics including 2016 olympics. we will have the story for you. >> nicole: chicago bears come from behind to beat the chargers. in the nba, minnesota avoid an epic collapse. welcome to fbn:am, latest breaking markets and what to expect ahead. >> cheryl: facing off in a crucial debate host bid fox
fix health care. remember if you like your doctor and plan you can keep it, i've actually lost two plans, aye lost my doctor and my bill is through the roof because my deductible is so high. >> cheryl: asking voters what they want to hear tonight's debate. you want to make sure you tune in. it's all right here live for you on the fox business network. let's take a quick look at u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow pointing down by 35 in premarket, s&p pointing down by 3 and a half. >> nicole: a report from the antiopening agency has damaged russia's status, the panel accuses russia of widespread doping and cover-ups by track and field athletes during the 2012 london alimpics and other
major events. russia should be band from competition until the country corrects the situation. commission leader said russia seems to have been running a state-supported doping program. >> we have found cover-ups, destruction of samples, we have found payments of money in order to conceal doping tests. >> nicole: russia hosted the last winter olympics and will hold the next world cup in 2018. >> cheryl: what a report. well, there is a report of another high-profile athlete accused of spousal abuse today. multiple reports josé reyes was arrested in hawaii after wife told police that he grabbed her by the neck and shoved her in a glass door.
this policy allows the major league baseball commissioner to decide on the appropriate punishment. >> nicole: how about monday night football. chicago bears came from behind to beat san diego chargers, miller made a one-handed grab from cutler with 3:19 to go with a win. cutler overcame interception and a fumble. he led the bears 10-play, 80-yard drive. the minnesota timber wofs blue a 34-point lead, 117-107 victory. 33 points and anthony added 17. atlanta never lead until 3:26 in
the game. chicago bulls had no trouble getting past the philadelphia 76ers. 20 points and ten rebounds to lead the bulls. bulls played without noa and still cruised. >> cheryl: yeah, no kidding. well, coming up the stage is set for tonight's fox business-wall street gop debate. >> i'd like to know what part of the economy, how is that going to affect my taxes and if so where a lot of the tax dollars
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>> nicole: breaking news this morning, a huge day for republican candidates and their run for the white house. in fus a few hours they will face off in presidential debate. we will have a live preview from the debate from milwaukee. plus also what's at stake for the candidates. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. we are going to keep you up to date on the markets. four hours from now, dow pointing lower and s&p pointing lower by four and a half. >> nicole: we will have the latest from the campaign trail and what the candidates are saying ahead of today's debate. >> cheryl: immigration no doubt a big topic tonight. block to prevent deportations of estimated 5 million people living in the u.s. i legally. >> nicole: russia faces a band from all international athletic
including 2016 oo limp kicks. we will have that story. >> cheryl: chicago bears come from behind to beat the san diego chargers. in the nba minnesota timber wostles avoid an epic collapse. latest breaking news and what to expect for your day ahead. >> nicole: presidential candidates facingoff in a crucial debate tonight hosted by the fox business network and the wall street journal. take a look at the debate set in milwaukee, wisconsin. four candidates will take the stage 7:00 p.m. eastern time and many voters say they want to know more about white house hopefuls economic plans. >> donald trump says, just listen to me i'll create the jobs, people want to know how he is going to create the jobs. >> taxes, i mean, we are -- we are not poor, we are not rich. we are right there. we are paying a lot in taxes.
>> nicole: don't miss tonight's debate. sandrara smith trish regan and then join niel cavuto and maria bartiromo and baker for the second debate. it's all right here on the fox business network. we will also have a live report from milwaukee later on in the show. >> cheryl: such a big day, some of his life stories, in an interview last night rival donald trump weighing in on the issue. usually you associate with liar, he actually wrote the word in the book. that wasn't me saying that. i was surprised frankly being put in the book.
>> cheryl: secret service is taking over security for carson and trump. that start tomorrow morning, requesting secret service protection last month. >> nicole: president obama being blocked again in a plan to prevent 5 million people living in the u.s. i legally from being deported. republicans criticized the plan. the justice department said the president was within the authority. the administration is expected to appeal the 2 to 1 decision to either a larger panel of judges in appeals court or more likely directly to the supreme court. >> cheryl: let's get you caught up on global action overnight. asia, taking look at the markets, shanghai composite down barely a fraction. nikkei and kospi, a little more pressure. each of them losing about one and a half percent over night.
>> nicole: european markets are all to the downside. all down about .4%. the only piece of good news is telecome company beat its numbers. >> cheryl: we look like this on your debate tuesday, the dow is lower by 44 points in the premarket. s&p pointing down by 5. >> nicole: apple is out with a new ad, great big universe showed a detail close-up from the solar system which accident took place out to show that it's being displayed in the retna display, before it begins taking orders. it will start taking orders for the ipad pro tomorrow. it'll be in the stores later in the week. >> cheryl: fox meteorologist maria molina. good morning, maria. >> maria: hello, everyone, at
home. we have an area of low pressure that's moving up the coast and bringing some areas of rains across part of mid-atlantic and parts of northeast eventually across new england and you are going to be looking delays in the airports. eventually la storm system is going to raise east ward. duo have blizzard warnings tonight as we head into tomorrow. on wednesday severe weather anywhere from texas into parts of iowa, we are looking at tornadoes being possible, large hail and also damaging winds. we'll keep you updated. let's head to you cheryl and nicole. >> cheryl: thank you very much. >> nicole: stakes for jeb bush and while you're watching gop
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>> i think in the end this debate is all about jeb bush. he's had bad debates. one more, all the pressure is on him, that is the story going in. it might be story going out. >> nicole: that was fox news contributor on what he thinks voters need to see at tonight's debate. make sure to tune in to the debate and then 9:00 p.m. eastern time for the second debate. dow dropped 180 points yesterday. right now dow futures down about 40 and s&p futures down 4.
>> cheryl: well some good news if you like champagne. it might be helpful to add champagne to your diet, 1-2 glasses might help memory. it is linked to red wine, experts do advise caution. healthier items such as blueberries and coco. >> nicole: he and another climber scaled the tower late at night, slipped past the armed guards and started to make his
way, the views are breath-taking and terrifying. the climb actually happened more than a year ago. he was forced to hide from security guards that were trying to catch him and kingston was eventually arrested for this because that is not allowed. police released him without filing charges after he promised not to visit the tower for three years. >> cheryl: good pictures though. coming up the stage is set for tonight's fox business-wall street presidential debate. candidates are going to be facing hard questions on the big economic issues that people want to know about. >> i would like to know what part of the economy, how is that going to affect my taxes, and if so, where a lot of the tax dollars going to go. >> cheryl: you want to find out what else americans want to her from the candidates, so stay with us. immigration will be a hot topic
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from them. >> nicole: dow dropped 180 points. let's check u.s. stock index futures, s&p down 4. >> cheryl: we are going to have the latest from the campaign trail and what the candidates are saying ahead. >> nicole: immigration, no doubt, a big topic tonight and we will have the latest on a major court decision to block president obama's plan to prevent deportations of 5 million people living in the u.s. i legally. >> cheryl: we will have the story for you. >> nicole: chicago bears come from behind to beat the san diego chargers. in the nba, minnesota avoid an epic collapse. we have all the details. welcome to fbn:am, latest
breaking news and what to expect ahead. >> cheryl: facing off in a crucial debate tonight host tbid fox business network and the wall street journal. >> nicole: blake burman is lye with a review. good morning, to you blake. >> blake: hi, there, nicole, cheryl, it is a big day in milwaukee, a couple of the candidates have already returned -- or gotten into town, marco rubio, jeb bush, and the town and the rest, of course, will get into milwaukee later today, throughout the day. much of the attention on the gop side has been on dr. ben carson and the scrutiny that he has been receiving about some of the details in personal narrative that was described in his book gifted hands, it's been challenged by many in the media, some of the republican presidential contenders in the last four or five, six days or
so. last night he appeared on the o'reilly factor. he really wants to get past through all of this and is looking for the for what matters to the voters at the end of the day. even though he hasn't put out a tax concrete plan. he put the rate at about 15% or so. he was put back on the notion by bill o'reilly as to whether or not that will leave us with a greater debt, more deficit and carson said that amount, about 15% would be accompanied with cuts as well. >> we have 4.1 million federal employees, we are not going to replace them as thousands of them retire. we have 645 government agencies and sub agencies, we can cut at
least 1% without any problem whatsoever, and, you know, utilizing things so we can get efficiency out of them. that's going to cut significant amount of money away. i believe that's going to make a difference. >> blake: carson will be standing front and center against donald trump. they will be surrounded by cruz, rubio, fiorina, paul and kasich. it all begins here at 6:00 o'clock in milwaukee with the first debate christie and huckabee, first time ever appearing in the early debate next to jindal and santorum. here in the streets of milwaukee, it is empty, i promise you that'll change as the day goes on.
cheryl can he recall great for the economy, blake. >> blake: yes. i have to tell you, there's a sports bar that's about 100 yards behind our camera and i haven't told this to maria or trish or niel, but they've got their names on advertising not only the candidates but also the moderators. so, yeah, this is clearly the big event, big story here in milwaukee and there's a lot of attention here, here in wisconsin. >> cheryl: that's great, blake. blake burman out in milwaukee. thank you so much. don't miss tonight's wall street-fox business debate. all of that is going to be right here on the fox business network. >> nicole: on the democratic side hillary clinton filing paperwork to be candidate in new
hampshire. former secretary of state also holding a town hall meeting as part of her two-day trip. >> sometimes the republicans acues me of playing the gender card, i have to tell you f advocating for equal pay for equal work, deal me in. >> nicole: endorsement from a major environmental group yesterday. the support of the conserve conserveation, endorsed a candidate before a single primary vote was cast. >> cheryl: president obama being blocked again in plan from 5 million people being deported. republicans had criticized the plan as and illegal executive overreach. the justice department said the president was within authority.
the administration is expected to appeal the to -- 2 to 1 decision. this is more likely, go directly to the supreme court. >> nicole: u.s. sources say russia believes that the plane that crashed on october 31st was brought down by a bomb. the sources say that comes from communications intercepted by u.s. intelligence agencies and the sources say that the u.s. suspects the device was planted on the russian plane and exploded after it tookoff from the airport. britain agrees. >> we have concluded that there's a significant possibility that that crash was caused by an explosive device on board the aircraft. earlier this evening we delayed british ground flights while we conducted a review of security
at the airport. >> nicole: leader of the isis terror group that claimed responsibility of the russian jet liner has been killed in a shootout with egyptian police. >> cheryl: ahead of opening bell on this tuesday morning, index futures look like this, s&p pointing lower by 5. >> nicole: well, coming up more on gop debate including what voters want to hear from the candidates and then there's this. >> it's worst than we thought. >> nicole: russia faces band from athletics after antidoping report was released. josé reyes is arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse. we will have the latest on that story. you are watching fbn:am, first
business network. let's take a look at u.s. stock futures after the dow sold off 180 points yesterday. dow futures down, s&p futures down just over 5. >> cheryl: report from the world antidoping agency has damaged russia's status on the athletic stage. panel accuses widespread doping and cover-ups by track and field athletes in london olympics. they should be ban until the country corrects the situation. commissioner leader says russia seems to have been running doping program. >> we have found cover-ups, we have found destruction of samples, we found payments of money in order to conceal doping tests. >> cheryl: russia hosted the last winter olympics and the
next world cup in 2018 is theirs. we shall see. >> nicole: well, there is a report of another high-profile athlete accused of spousal abuse. multiple reports say that the colorado rookies shortstop josé reyes was arrested october 31st in hawaii after wife told police that he grabbed her by the neck and incident occurred in resort and reyes could be the first player subject to policy, allows baseball commissioner to decide on the appropriate punishment. >> cheryl: taken the lock at what happened on monday night football. chicago bears came from behind to beat the san diego chargers 22-19 last night. miller made a one-handed grab of a 25-touchdown pass. cutler through for 345 yards.
led the bears on winning play after the chargers had taken 19-14 lead. cutler's passes gave record giving him 139 with the bears, he had been tied with hall of famer. minnesota came close to epic collapse last night. blue a 34-point lead before snapping, 117-107 victory. paul george led the indiana pacers over orlando magic last night. late basket in the game. recovered after missing last season after bouncing back from broken leg. we are going to run to global action. live from milwaukee.
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>> nicole: we saw markets taking a cue right here from the states. we are seeing the ftse, cac and dax to the downside. let's take a look at u.s. stack futures, down 55, s&p down 6 and let's look at commodities here, i saw them bouncing back a little bit there. we set it up in milwaukee waiting on key debates for tonight and mornings with maria and we are goinged by dagen mcdowell. >> dagen: good morning, everybody, we are coming live
from milwaukee, wisconsin. a big thank you for the people here. it is tuesday november the tenth and with me this hour a round of applause for the handsome gentlemen scott brown and anthony scaramucci. they will be with us for the next three hours. let's start with the top stories, we are hours away from the republican presidential candidates taking the stage for the fourth debate of this election cycle and the candidates are intensifying attacks on one another. senator marco rubio taking on the front runner donald trump on the lead-up to tonight's events. rubio taking issue with trump's attacks on rubio's personal finances. >> i'm not sure someone like donald trump who has taken four companies into bankruptcies should be lecturing anyone about
finances. >> dagen: trump, of course, responding marco rubio is a total lightweight which i wouldn't hire to run one of my smaller companies. well, this leads up to tonight, you must tune in, 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. republican debate, the latter comoderated by the host of this program maria bartiromo. of course, niel cavuto and gerard baker. 200-point drop from the dow. the dow in the red for the year. that's the worst day for the broader average in nearly six weeks. futures are showing a lower open this morning. in europe the early action showing a little bit of selling about two-thirds of a percent loss in france and germany. in asia overnight the market there were trending lower with a nikkei just s