>> nicole: breaking news this morning, terrorist bomb blew up that russian jet over egypt. vladimir putin vows to found theerertists responsible. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> jo ling: and i'm jo ling kent. oppose admitting refugees, hundreds of thousands may support isis. >> nicole: dow futures looking higher once again. s&p futures up 7 and a half. >> jo ling: western allies were tracking the mastermind and lost
him in syria as manhunt continues for the eighth suspect. >> nicole: françois hollande continues while u.s. with air strikes. may not be pretty. >> jo ling: bengals fight to stay undefeated and 76ers to finally win their first game. >> nicole: we do have breaking news this morning. a bomb caused the crash last month. killing all 224 people on board. isis claimed responsibility for
that attack. russian president vladimir putin says his country has intensify air strikes in syria. >> jo ling: more fallout. half of the nation's governors, 27 states oppose letting syrian refugees into their states. nearly all of them are republican governors. donald trump spoke rally yesterday he says they pose a national security threat. >> they are training to be killers on the internet and they'll go and go away which is fine. but then we let them come back into the country because nobody wants to take away their rights. do you believe this? it's so unbelievable. >> jo ling: huckabee also critic of the obama's administration.
>> has closed the borders of france and has launched an all-out war and our president says we are going to invite several refugees to come to america. >> jo ling: president obama plans to admit ten thousand refugees next year, and then there's this, hundreds of thousands may support isis. according to 2014 poll by the arab opinion hold positive view of isis. 4% who strong i will say they support the group. >> nicole: breaking news this morning. a suspect in terrorist attacks has been monitored in syria by french allies, identified the 27-year-old citizen as abdelham abaaoud. he could not be located in the weeks before the attacks.
he was convicted in bell judge -- belgium of train attracts. >> jo ling: french leader says he plans to meet with obama and vladimir putin to urge them to pull their resources. john kerry has arrived in paris to show american solidarity in france. >> these terrorists have declared war against all civilization. >> jo ling: france is launching new air strikes today. french military say they destroyed a command post or training camp. >> nicole: president obama arriving to philippines and the
country is on high alert as world leaders gather for the annual meeting just days after the horrific attacks in paris. he said the muslim community should do more. >> muslims around the world, religious leaders, political leaders, ordinary people have to, you know, ask very serious questions about how did these extremist ideologies take root, even if it's only affecting a very small fraction of the population. it is real. >> nicole: it is swrong -- wrong to equate attacks to muslim. >> jo ling: shanghai down. nikkei, hang seng all up. >> nicole: let's take a look at
europe right now. the moves in europe cac, the ftse and the dax, pretty big moves following yesterday. the cac is at 2.2%. >> jo ling: let's go over to u.s. stock futures. mirroring what's happened in europe. >> nicole: commodities, oil 48.89 and that's at 15 cents. gold is pulling back and copper is actually at a six-year low this morning. >> jo ling: a little bit of pressure as the euro. nicole, a massive manhunt is underway by suspect of terrorists attacks that killed 129 people. aimy -- amy kellogg is with us.
amy. >> amy: believed to be the eighth of the bombers deployed by isis on friday night after -- after the attacks he actually called brussels and they managed through get to border security on the french side close to belgium unmolested, if you will. they weren't stopped. they carried on and when police realized that they let the dangerous flip through they went back to the neighborhood of brussels and did a search and at that point abdelhamid abaaoud was arrested. one appeared to be the bomb
maker. abdelhamid abaaoud mastermind and police are connecting to abaaud. also another extremist who was interrogated. the brother brahim was a bar in bruseles and closed for drug activity. he has been on police radar since 2012. he's been trying to go to yemen. didn't succeed. managed to flee to syria to which his father traveled in december pleaing with him to return home. another one of the bombers
ismael omar mostefai, petty crime, gang association that just seems to escalate. france prime minister said this morning just to remind us all of how the situation is that six similar to friday were busted up just over the summer. >> jo ling: there's more than two dozen states that do not want to accept syrian refugees any longer. you get a sense they agree or disagree with these policies? >> amy: i think it's split. there's a lot of people who support and embrace liberty,
equalitiy and it's our duty to give them shelter and we shouldn't put off because one turned out to be a suicide bomber. of course, there are other people who are at gasp and want stricter controls. the government is of the left. she will be running for president in the next elections and she has said that france should not take any more refugees until situation has sorted out. the latest information is that the fingerprints of the bomber who came through agrees matched of the man who registered. however, serbians have arrested the person with the same name today. it shows not that there isn't a danger, for sure there's a serious danger of migrants coming through but there's a business of fake passports right now. >> jo ling: thank you so much
for your excellent reporting. nicole. >> nicole: biggest retail names will report quarterly numbers. last before the key holiday-shopping season when retailers hope to get in the blacks for the year. wal-mart issued warning last month, you may remember that. they're expected to report lower results compared to a area ago. wal-mart is down 32% this year, making it the worst-performance dow stock. some people expect the mild winter due to el nino that will help home improvement companies. marshalls along with dicks sporting goods, lowe's just to
name a few. >> jo ling: u.s. stocks rallying by the energy sector. warren buffet, 2-dollar menu and see if that will suck side and china lift up those sales. >> nicole: they are talking about mozzerella sticks and expanding menus. lose a bid to stop shutdown in new york. we will have the latest and the legal battle. cincinnati bengals tried to stay undefeated and the 76ers try today get the first win. all the highlights coming for you. u.s. stock index futures. we saw the biggest move that
>> nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock futures. we had energy leading the way. same thing again up here today. s&p futures nearly 8. >> jo ling: fantasy sports website have lost latest round in court. state court new york refused to stop attorney general from enforcing his case and cease and desist order against the company, an emergency hearing is for next wednesday. daily fantasy games are illegal gambling. twenty-first century fox does have investment in draft kings.
>> nicole: let's take a look and look at the world of sports. cincinnati bengals with first defeat of the reason. sustained a concussion and he threw a touch down pass. only two undefeated teams. eleventh straight loss of the season. dirk nowitzki with 21 points late in the fourth quarter and helped put the mavericks on top. they would eventually hole onto win. 11-0 start for the 76ers, most defeats to start a season. chicago bulls held onto one-point lead. last second-shot attempt.
derrick rose with less about six minutes remaining due to ankle spray. ankle is just a little bit sore but he's happy that nothing is torn or broken. >> jo ling: in hollywood news charlie sheen is expected to make a shocking announcement. plans to discloses that she's hiv positive. drug and alcohol use have marred his professional life. he was kicked off cbs two and a half men in 2011. >> nicole: half of the countries in the u.s. oppose take in refugees including donald trump. >> they are training to be people killers on the internet.
>> nicole: mastermind is being targeted by western allies until they lost track of him in syria. we will have a live report from paris, latest developments in the attacks. let's check u.s. stock futures. 64 to the upside, s&p up 8 and nasdaq about 19. up arrows, folks, you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ the only way to get better is to challenge yourself,
responsible. >> nicole: more than half of the states in the united states oppose admitting syrian refugees while hundreds of thousands of syrian refugees do support isis. >> jo ling: dow futures ahead, look green across the street. 63 points. >> nicole: in the paris attacks western allies were tracking mastermind of the attacks and then -- of the attacker and then lost him in syria. massive hunt for suspect. >> jo ling: leads the charge for a global coalition while president with air strike only policy. we will have the latest development. >> nicole: fantasy sports operators lose their bid to stop a shutdown of their sites in new york. we will have the latest on battle. >> jo ling: wal-mart and home depot to report profits and i
may not be pretty. >> nicole: in sports cincinnati bengals to remain undefeated and the 76ers tried to win their first game. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in the markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect ahead. >> jo ling: russia federal security service says a bomb has caused officially the sates trophic plane crash last month. killing 224 people aboard. isis claimed responsibility for that attack. russian president putin says his country must intensify air strikes in syria. >> nicole: more fallout following last week easter ris attack in paris. more than half of the face's governors, 27 states oppose letting syrian refugees into their states. nearly all of those states have republican governors. donald trump speaking at aurally yesterday warned the problems threatens u.s. security.
>> they are training people to be terrorists and killers on the internet and they are taking they will and they'll go and go away, which is fine. they'll go away but we let them come back into the country because nobody wants to take away their rights. do you believe this? it's so unbelievable. >> nicole: kasich said the flow should be stopped. we cannot jeopardize our people. safety and security issues can't adequately be addressed. plans to admit 10,000 syrian
refugees in 2016. >> jo ling: that's right. fox news learned that one of the suspects in the paris terrorist attacks had been monitored by western allies. 27 belgium citizen abdelhamid abaaoud as mastermind of the attacks. he couldn't be located in the weeks leading up to the terrorist attacks. he escaped to syria. investigators also linked him to failed attacks on high-speed train and paris area church. >> nicole: calling on the united states and on russia to join an international coalition to destroy isis. the french leader says he plans to meet with president obama and vladimir putin to urge them to pull resources, meanwhile secretary of state john kerry visiting paris to show solidarity to france.
>> don't mistake what these attacks are, this is not a clash of civilization. they have declared war against all civilization. >> nicole: france launching new air strikes today on the isis stronghold of syria. french military they destroyed command post and training camp. >> jo ling: higher today, for the latest on the markets we are going to business reporter to rachel who is live in beijing. good morning, rachel. >> good morning, confidence to give the confidence that they needed. airline and energy shares lead most of today's gains although shanghai composite wasn't able to hold on and closed almost in the same spot that they started. it did hit highest level since
mid-august. that was good news although beit briefly. japan's nikkei recovered all of yesterday's losses because of the rally on wall street and also the weaker yen and heavy weight like samsung let winning session as well. back to you. >> jo ling: all right, thanks so much. live in beijing. >> nicole: let's take a look at global markets. we are watching europe. u.s. doing well. asia, you saw a lot of up arrows. ftse and cac up two points. all ten sectors were higher. dow futures to the upside and s&p futures up 8. >> jo ling: before you head out the door, let's take a look at the tuesday forecast with fox
meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: we saw more than 40 reported tornadoes yesterday across places like kansas and down even texas and on the cold side of the system we are dealing with blizzard conditions across florida. we could see as much as a foot of snow and wind of 60 miles per hour. dangerous conditions in parts of nebraska and kansas. anywhere from eastern texas to louisiana into mississippi and there's a threat for tornadoes as well specially across the zone right here. this is something very dangerous coming up that we need to remain alert with. make sure to be weather aware if you live in the areas, we are
going to be dealing heavy rains from the storms and flash flooding will also be possible. let's head over to you. >> nicole: coming up screeners to detect weapons and bombs coming through kennedy and we will have that story. >> they using encrypted ads to plan attacks. we will look at the ads. you are looking at fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
>> jo ling: we are watching u.s. stock futures. it's green. dow futures up 64 points, nicole. >> nicole: traveling news on flying. transportation security administration failed to detect weapons at jfk and also airports the screeners in san francisco and atlanta also failed. this include a man with a loaded gun who reportedly got through atlanta security and onto a plan. tsa issued a statement saying it's investigating the incident to determine what occurred. >> jo ling: all right encrypted messages are under more scrutiny for playing a role in the terrorist attacks. telegraph use to claim responsibility for the jet crash as well as paris attacks. they are trying to find out if
they use telegram for their private conversations. apple ceo continues to defend his company's encryption code to protect the privacy of his customers. >> nicole: interesting. coming up, over half of the states in the united states oppose taking syrian refugees. as it grows louder including from donald trump. >> they're training people to be terrorists and killers on the internet. >> nicole: we will have the latest on the growing opposition to the white house refugee plan. and the mastermind behind the paris attacks was being targeted by western allies in syria until they lost track of him. we will have a live report from paris with the latest developments of the attacks. list -- let's take a look at futures. s&p up 7 and a half, you're watching fbn:am, first look at
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>> nicole: breaking news this morning russia security officials now say a terrorist bomb blew up the jet over egypt. vladimir putin vows to find the terrorists responsible. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> jo ling: and i'm jo ling kent. we'll have the latest on the opposition. >> nicole: after a 237-point rally yesterday dow futures ahead of the open are looking just like this, 57 points for the upside for the dow, s&p up more than 7. >> jo ling: in the paris attacks a new report shows western allies were tracking mastermind and lost him in syria. isis manhunt continues for the eighth suspect. >> nicole: french president françois hollande leads for a
global coalition while president obama sticks with air strike-policy. >> jo ling: have lost their bids to shut down of the sites in new york. we will have the latest on the on-legal battle. >> nicole: wal-mart, home depot said to report latest numbers. may not be pretty. >> jo ling: battle to remain undefeated and in basketball 76ers try to finally win their first game. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's market, latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> nicole: we begin with this breaking news this morning. a bomb caused the catastrophic plane crash last month. the plane went down in egypt sanai peninsula. isis has claimed responsibility for that attack. russian president vladimir putin says his country must now
intensify air strikes in syria. 50million-dollar reward. >> jo ling: massive manhunt continues of suspects behind terrorists attacks. amy kellogg is live. hi, amy. >> amy: believed to be the eighth person in that group that isis dispatched to reach such havoc and bloodshed on friday night. he called and were stopped tat border on the french side and allowed to go on their way and when police and security services realized that these guys have gotten through they went to the brussels neighborhood br they lived and searched houses, did not find
abdeslam. they believe one of them was the man maker. what we know about abdelhamid abaaoud suspected mastermind and abdeslam, were jointly convicted for assault. also another extremist who had returned from syria was interrog -- interrogated. recently closed down for drug activity and french media report also add that brahim and his brother had been known for loving drugs and women.
he plead to syria after unsuccessfully getting to yemen, his father traveled to syria in december to try to convinced him to return home to the family. another one of the bombers is -- ismael omar motafai, violence turning to association of radical islam. 128 raids in france last night and president is talking about changing the constitution and just to try to get things under control. it is quite hocking to people here and around the world that at least two of the bombers have managed to slipped into syria and return and that is something that will have to obviously be addressed very seriously right now. jo, back to you. >> jo ling: amy kellogg with the latest details.
thanks, amy. >> nicole: more than half of the nation's governors. you can see the states, they oppose letting syrian refugees into all of the states, nearly all of the states that are highlighted have republican governors. donald trump speaking at aurally yesterday threaten the problem threatens u.s. security. >> they are taking them and they'll go and they'll go away, which is fine, they'll go away, but then we let them come back into the country because nobody wants to take away their rights. do you believe this? it's so unbelievable. >> mike huckabee also critical of the obama administration. >> the left-wing socialist president of france has closed to borders of france and has launched an all-out war against
isis. >> nicole: president obama plans to admit 10,000 syrian refugees into the united states in 2016. >> jo ling: let's take a look at the global markets and action over night. in asia across the board. hang seng closing and continues to do well, nicole. >> nicole: in europe taking a look at what's going on right now. we are seeing the cac, for example, 2.2%. the ftse and dax almost up 2%. >> jo ling: just a few hours ago to stock open, up 67 points. >> nicole: some of the biggest retail names will report earnings, last before the key holiday shopping season. retailers hope to get in the
black for the year. retail sector could use good news after wal-mart issued a issue's warning. wal-mart is down more than 32% this year making it the worst per performing dow stock. then there's home depot, it's performing better, up 15% better this year and do it yourself retailer to improve results. some suspect el nino. how about lowe's also tjmaxx and dickses sports goods. >> jo ling: u.s. stocks lead by sector. buying more shares of ibm in third quarter, taking advantage of the stock sinking.
mcdonald's to offer mcpick to menu, replacement for the dollar menu. help boost sales, they have been lagging so far this year. >> nicole: pick a pair of two items, small order of fries and mozzarella so you get two for two. coming up. fantasy sports operators lose bid to stop shutdown of sites in new york. we have the latest on the legal side of the battle. in the nba, the facility 76ers try today get their first win. all the highlights coming up. it is up arrow around the world, asia, in europe and at home. pointing to higher open. s&p futures up 8. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
>> jo ling: good morning, let's take a look at u.s. stock futures. it's green across your screen. dow futures up 67 points. >> nicole: charley sheen expected to do medical revealing personal announcement on the today show this morning. drugs and alcohol have marred his personal and professional life in recent years. kicked off cbs show two and a half men. sheen is 50 year's old. >> jo ling: lost the late e
round in court. refused efforts to prevent attorney general enforcing his cease and desist order against the companies. the hearing was set for next wednesday as an emergency wednesday. fantasy games constitute illegal gambling, but the companies say they are legal and not gambling. let's take a look at the world of sports. same thing that knocked them out of the playoff in 2011 and 2012. starting quarterback sustained concussion. took over the lead. 10-6 win. two undefeated teams patriots and panthers. dirk nowitzki came up big for the dallas mavericks but that meant bad news for the philadelphia 76ers. last night 11th straight lost of the season.
they are now 0-11. nowitzki had 21 points with seven of them during stretch in late quarter that helped put the mavericks back on top, they would eventually hold onto win. 0-11 start for the 76ers is most defeats to start a season. they are off to a strong start there. detroit red wings came down to a breakway score given the red wing a 4 3 victory. scoring twice the tieing goal will put in just three minutes remaining in regulation by ryan. they fell short two minutes in extra time. >> nicole: we have breaking news this morning. united nation human rights expert says that the attacks in paris my constitute a crime against humanity. coming up, we will run down all
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9 out of 10 wildfires are caused by humans. only you can prevent wildfires. >> nicole: let's get you caught up in the global action that we are seeing overnight. nikkei, sang he think and kospi all gained more than 1% each. we are turning it right over to europe where we are seeing europe traders as well. 2% for the upside ftse, right here at home after yesterday's rally up arrows, s&p futures up 9. commodities pulling back much
like what weave seen over the last few weeks, copper at a six-year low. we are watching the euro at a 7 month low. we are seeing a stronger dollar and a quick look at the treasury yield we are going live right over to paris in mornings with maria, and i say good morning to you maria bartiromo. >> maria: hey, there nicole. good morning to you. i'm maria bartiromo, come to go you live from paris this morning. it's tuesday november 17th, french assault of islamic state continue overnight. french military using u.s. intelligence to target the mastermind behind friday's horrific attacks. meanwhile back in the u.s., debate over admitting syrian
refugees in america getting a fevered pitch, more than half of the country's governors say they will not allow syrian refugees in the state. they are concerned over the bedding process. we have yet to hear from new york, by the way, despite the fact that nearly 2,000 syrian refugees have been admitted. president obama, however, says he has no time of this debate. what i'm not interested in doing is poseing or pursuing some notion of american leadership or america winning or whatever other slogans they come up with that has no relationship to what is actually going to work to protect american people. i'm too busy for that. >> maria: presidential candidate
and florida senator marco rubio reminding americans just how vulnerable they are at home. >> what happened in paris can happen at a major american city at any moment, not that there's a specific threat that i'm going to share about, we know that it's true, there's element that is could strike us in homeland and have the capability to do so. >> maria: we will be speaking with arizona senator john mccain about the threats to the homelands and the flaws in the current policy, coming up in the 8:00 a.m. hour. let's talk markets for a moment. you have gains across this morning. two and a half percent. all averages are higher. big rally yesterday on wall street. futures this morning in the u.s. also pointing to a higher opening. money moving into equities and that has lead the markets globally.