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[screams] >> nicole: white chicago police officer shooting and killing a black teenager. chicago leaders asking for calm. >> cheryl: after warnings of quote, serious consequences for downing a russian jet, prime minister says it may cost turkey economic harm.
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>> nicole: we are seeing up arrows, s&p futures up 5 and a half. >> cheryl: french and belgium authorities widen investigations with a new suspect being hunted. we will have a live report from paris. >> nicole: costco hit with e. coli outbreak. we have the latest there. >> cheryl: in sports, breaking nba record and also college football rankings that show a shake-up at the top. we will have the latest polls. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets and what to expect in your day ahead. >> nicole: police released a video showing a death of a teenager.
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>> obviously this case violated both the standards of professionalism, but also basic moral standards buying the community together. jason will be judged in the court of law. >> nicole: officer has been charged with first-degree murder. many protestors say it's not enough. >> rahm emanuel needs to be impeached. they need to be fired. they need to go to jail. >> nicole: city of chicago agreed to a 5 million-dollar settlement with the family months after the teen's death. >> cheryl: tough news for chicago. well, let's move to what's happening in minneapolis. police arresting three suspects accused of firing on protestors. five were shot on monday but
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none of them sustained threatening wounds. >> had already gun in the proceeding weeks, they have posted videos anyone who believe that black lives matter here. we will not bow to fear or intimidation. black lives matter against supremacy. >> cheryl: a grand jury will decide to bring charges to those officers. >> nicole: we have new developments on the russian fighter jet that was shot down by turkey. it's believed that the plane was hit inside syrian airspace after brief incursion to turkey airspace. one of the pilots returned to a russian-base in syria.
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syrian television, meanwhile president obama points the finger atmos cow over the incident and former air force pilot criticizing the kremlin as well. >> they keep flying by turkish territory, they keep threatening the allies of freedom and the enemies of assad. you can find another incident like this. you can see the missile ship off of the coast. this can get pretty bad and messy. it's for vladimir putin to back off and do this for the safety of the russian. >> nicole: denounces turkey's shootdown and warns of significant consequences. prime minister saying turkish company may lose their russian market share. >> cheryl: we will have the latest from paris, obviously.
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first we want to bring you this, when it comes to politics a new fox poll finding that more than half of american voters support republican donald trump's suggestion to deport the millions of immigrant that are in the country i legally. 52% favor the plan. 40% say they oppose it. former governor bush disagrees with trump's plan. >> what i propose is secure the border, not to build a wall that says méxico will build a wall. it's funny, people laugh. it's not a serious plan. come on. >> cheryl: about 11 million undocumented immigrants estimated to be living right now in the united states. nicole--
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>> nicole: shanghai composite and hang seng, nikkei roughly one-third of 1% each. >> cheryl: let's move to asia, asia, excuse me. all pointing higher. ftse in london, cac in paris, and in germany the dax making strides at more than 1%. >> nicole: let's check out u.s. stack index futures. we see up arrows. dow futures up 52. s&p futures up 5. we are waiting on economic news as well. >> cheryl: now to the widening investigation in the significant terrorist attacks. ashley webster is standing in paris. a lot happened overnight. get us caught up, ash. >> ashley: the good people in brussels schools reopened,
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universities, the subway system opened on a limited basis, just in the city center, the subway not going to outline areas. threat levels remain at highest level in brussels. the hunt goes on for a fifth suspect, they are looking for 30-year-old mohamed abrini. he was seen in a car in a highway heading towards paris. french authority say there are 120,000 police and army personnel now controlling in the country of france. they say they are on the trail if you like of several suspects who they want to talk to. meanwhile this morning the brother of salah, made an appeal
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for his brother to turn himself in. he feels the pain of the victim's families, wishes that he and his family could have done something to prevent the bloodshed. he had two brothers involved in this. french president françois hollande will come back to paris today and will meet with german chancellor angela merkel, then he flies to moscow tomorrow to meet with vladimir putin and we are told that the chinese president will come on sunday to find out how to fight against isis. >> nicole: costco dealing with e. coli. the likely source of the e. coli is costco's chicken salad.
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no deaths have been reported but five people have been hospitalized and two have developed a kidney failure. costco has pulled product from its shelf. anyone who bought chicken salad on or before friday, throw it away. >> cheryl: side effects of ecoli are horrific. newspapers say that is federal authorities are looking into $500,000 in payments to an individual hired to obtain government permits to build two stores in brazil's capital between 2009 and 2012. okay, wal-mart says it's cooperating fully with the government and can't comment on the process but the stock today, maybe.
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>> nicole: dow component. the wall street journal says the department is investigating comcast's role. the department of justice is looking into whether the company was seeking to dominate the spot cable ad sales where comcast offers service. comcast plans to cooperate with inquiry. >> cheryl: final earning before it split into two companies. sending shares down more than 7%. hp, inc. bellow the street estimates as it struggles with weak sales. sales of hewlett-packard enterprise rose 2% in extended trading. that company which is lead by
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meg whitman. >> nicole: data out today includes durable goods, analysts look for a reversal of last year's decline. we will check out new home sales for october could give us clearer picture on the housing market and how the consumer is feeling and we will get the insight on that. >> cheryl: bottom line isn't looking for u.s. farmers, usda farming is expected to fall 38%, that would be the lowest level in more than a decade. federal forecasters blame on crop prices and dairy in markets. >> nicole: disappointing forecast to farmers that's
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expected to hit quarterly reports when it reports this morning. agricultural equipment industry is on track for worst sales year since 2009. analysts look for deer to report . currencies coming under pressure. watch deere and caterpillar. >> cheryl: there you go. certainly we have to watch headlines. employees saw problems in air bag tests. that's not good news. $3.4billion. that's a big amount of fees. this is a final third headline, retailers to open on thanksgiving. well, most departments set their
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>> cheryl: let's get you caught up on global action right now. take a look at what's happening in asia. u.s. stock market futures pointing higher.
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we will take it on the heels of european markets which are performing really well right now. dow pointing up and s&p pointing up by four and three quarters and nasdaq is looking higher by 10. >> nicole: turning over to fantasy football. requesting an injunction blocking sites from operating in new york. games are based on player skills have vowed to fight. sus -- has suspended activities pending the outcome and continues to serve the new york customers. >> cheryl: absolutely, good point to make as well. let's give you the story, st. st. louis rams shot, his cousin
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is suffering from life-threatening injuries. bailey is serving four-year suspension and scheduled to return december 13th to play against the lions, bailey will have surgery today. >> nicole: hope that goes well. golden state warriors have made nba history. first team to start the season 16 straight wins. steph curry lead the way. they took down the los angeles lakers. we get closer to the second-ever college football playoffs. rankings have shifted following loss of michigan state. oklahoma jumped up to third place.
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the sooners have one left game against oklahoma state where they can capture the big 12 with a victory. others include notre dame. only top four make the playoffs. days after showing brown's quarterback partying he has been demoted. he was declared the starter of the last week. yesterday the brown's head coach announced that josh would be starter moving forward. >> cheryl: just can't get out of his own way. all right. coming up, we are following what's been happening overnight in the city of chicago. protests in the windy city. >> need to be fired right now today, rahm emanuel needs to be impeached today. >> cheryl: chicago leaders call for calm after release of video showing a white chicago police
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officer shooting and killing a black teenager. we are going to have the latest there. leaders in russia vowing economic retaliation against turkey finish downing the russian jet. we will have the story as well. we are looking at a higher open, day before your turkey day, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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16 shot after release of video after white police officer shooting and killing a teenager. chicago leaders calling for calm. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. russia prime minister says it may cause turkey economic harm. we will have the latest on that situation. >> cheryl: future stock markets, s&p pointing higher by 5, nasdaq up as well. >> nicole: french and belgium authorities widen investigations. >> cheryl: costco hit with e. coli outbreak after eating chicken salad from the retailer. we will have the latest for you. >> nicole: broke nba record, a
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shake-up at the top. we will have the latest poll for you. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news and what to expect ahead. >> cheryl: breaking news out of chicago, a very angry protest in the windy city after police showing death of a teenager. he was shot 16 times last year by white police officer jason. >> this case jason violated standards of professionalism but also basic moral standards that are binding community together. jason will be judged in a court of law. >> cheryl: officer has been charged with first-degree murder. many protestors say that is not enough. >> rahm emanuel needs to be impeached. he knew this happened 12 months
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ago. every one of the police officers that saw the shooting, need to be fired, they need to go to jail. >> cheryl: city of chicago agreed to 5 million-dollar settlement with his family months after the teen's death. >> nicole: we have new development on the fighter jet shot down, it's believed that the plane was hit inside the syrian airspace after brief incursion to turkey airspace. the russian military saying that one of the pilots has returned to a russian base in syria. meanwhile, president obama points the finger atmos cow over the incidents and congressman who is a former air force pilot criticizing the kremlin as well. >> they keep flying by turkish
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territory. if they keep threatening the allies of freedom and the enemies of assad, you can find another incidlike this. we see that part the missell ship off of the coast, this could get pretty bad and messy. it's important for vladimir putin to back off, put his ego aside and do this for the safety of the region. >> nicole: denounces turkey's shootdown and warns of significant consequences. russian prime minister saying turkish companies may lose their russian market share. >> cheryl: wow, investigation widening this morning. french prosecutorrors saying that must have known of militant plot. belgium warning of new suspect. another suspect in the case at a fuel station in northern france two days before the attacks.
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meanwhile a day after meeting with president obama, french president tv will meet with angela merkel to discuss global coalition against isis. >> nicole: after tomorrow he will meet with putin. there were tensions and we saw selloff. today we are seeing up arrows in europe. the cac and ftse each gaining. cac up 2% and dax a full percentage point. >> cheryl: here in the united states futures looking good a day before turkey day. >> nicole: concerns about terrorism. nearly 47 million americans are expected to take a car, plane, bus or train at least 50 miles from home over this long holiday weekend. that would be an increase of more than 300,000 people from last year and more people
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heading out thanks to improving economy and cheaper gasoline since the year 2008, 2-dollar mark, increase travel finds as state department warns american travelers about the risk overseas following the resent attacks in paris. west africa and elsewhere. >> cheryl: before you head out the door let's get a look at your wednesday holiday travel forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. a lot of people hitting the road this weekend. >> maria: i have good news. the weather is going to be quiet out there. we are going to be looking at warm temperatures, some areas could see high temperatures into the 60's on thanksgiving day. out of parts of northwest we have a large snow system that we are tracking, very cold temperatures, strong gusty winds and also heavy snowfall, many areas could be looking more than a foot of snow specially on higher elevations and because of
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that we have winter storm warnings, widespread from california to montana and also blizzard warnings because of how strong the winds are going to be blowing the snow around. the forecast to pick up a foot of snow. you could be looking at travel issues as well because we're looking at showers from texas up to wisconsin and also in minnesota eventually as we head into thursday the storm system will continue in the center of the nation. on turkey day you will see parts of the planes and the rockies and stormy conditions across portions of the southern plane. let's get over to you as well. like -- >> nicole: i like your turkey on your map. >> cheryl: coming up. battle of billionaires, twitter blast between amazon and space ceo, we are going to have the
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>> nicole: right, let's get you caught up in the global action. yesterday we saw up arrows, that was thanks to chevron and exxon. >> cheryl: two spacemen going off in a war of words. taking to twitter to burst about latest launch. have it land vertically land on the earth. that's something that they have been trying to do lately. musk no time responding, jeff may be unaware that vertical takeoff began in 2013. over the water landing 2014. coming up next.
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anyway, they are fighting about this. >> nicole: how quickly do you think a rubix cube can be solved? he solved it in four .9 seconds. first person to solve it under 5 seconds. this is .35 seconds faster than the previous record. also beat out a time from a competitor. everybody wishes they could solve the cube but it's not easy. >> never did it. maybe once in my life. i don't know. coming up there's been big protest overnight in the windy city. >> all those six officers need to be fired right now today, rahm emanuel needs to be em peached today. >> cheryl: chicago leaders call for calm after release of video showing a white police officer shooting and killing a black teenager.
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we are going to have the latest from there. leaders in russia with economic retaliation for downing a russian jet. we are going to have that story. positive opening and s&p up by 5 and three quarters. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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[shouting] >> nicole: breaking news this morning, 16 shot. a white police officer shooting and killing a black teenager, chicago leaders calling for calm. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm
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cheryl casone. russia's prime minister says it may cost turkey's economy. we will have the latest. >> nicole: we have economic news. dow futures up 60, s&p futures up rig now >>hery freh anbelgm auorits win instigion. wilhave livrepo fro paricomi up. >> nicole: costco hit with an e. coli outbreak. we will have the latest there. >> cheryl: and in sports the golden state warriors break an nba record and new college football ranking show a shake-up at the top. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets, breaking news and what to expect on your day ahead. >> nicole: angry protest in
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chicago after police released a dash cam video showing the death of a black teenager, was shot 16 times last year by white police officer jason. violated both the standards of professionalism, but also basic moral standards that bind our community together. jason will be judged in the court of law. >> nicole: officer has been charged with first-degree murder. many protestors say that's not enough. >> rahm emanuel needs to be impeached. he knew this happened 12 months ago. every one of those police officers that saw the shooting, they need to be fired and need to go to jail. >> nicole: city of chicago agreed to 5 million-dollar settlement with his family after the teen's death. >> cheryl: we have new developments on the russian
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fighter jet that was shot down dye turkey, it was believed to have been hit in syrian airspace. turkish president claims parts of the jet entered in turkey. syria says it's military and russia special forces rescued the pilots. together said to be in good health this morning. president obama points the finger atmos cow over -- at moscow. >> if they keep threatening the allies of freedom and enemies of assad, you can find another incident like this. they part the missile ship in the coast. it's important for vladimir putin to back off and put his ego aside and do this for the
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safety of the region. >> cheryl: russian president denounces turkey's shootdown and warns of significant consequences. prime minister saying that turkish companies may lose their russian market share. >> nicole: we are ashley webster live in paris with the latest. good morning, ashley. >> ashley: good morning, to you, nicole, yes, indeed, life is slowly getting back to normal in brussels, today's schools and universities and part of the subway system opened again for business although a strong army and police force very evident and officials reporting that they are still looking for roughly ten more suspects that could be linked to the terror
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attacks on november 13thment he was seen just two days before the attacks with one of the main organizers of those attacks an he too is still on the loose. it also emerged yesterday from the french prosecutors office that the so called orchestrateer returned to scene of the crime. he was outside while the deadly siege was going on inside. he also traveled at the sites. he eventually died with the police six days later, on top of all of this a major climate change is going to be held in paris this weekend. 140 world leaders coming here at a time when threat level is at its highest. french authority saying there
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will be strict road enforce meant and much tighter border controls and let's not forget president obama will be here for that climate conference. so still on the state of alert but life certainly not getting back to normal but certainly in brussels this morning, guys, at least the kids are going back to school but the threat level still remains very high. >> nicole: right, tensions are high. ashley webster live for us. >> cheryl: let's get you caught up. european markets mid-day trading there. cac 40, dax are looking pretty darn good right now up one and a half percent. >> nicole: right now dow futures up 63 and s&p up 7. >> cheryl: another stock is costco. they are dealing with an outbreak of e. coli, cdc says 19 people have become sick, most of
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them in western united states. cdc says the likely source is costco's chicken salad. no deaths have been reported but five people have been hospitalized two have developed kidney failure. already pulling the product from the shelfs. anyone who bought chicken salad at any u.s. costco store on or before friday needs to throw it away. >> nicole: get rid of it. disappointing fourth-quarter results. final earnings report before they split into two companies. sending shares more than 7% in the after hours. also forecast an adjusted first quarter profit that would be low the estimate as it struggles with weak sales. then there's shares of hewlett-packard enterprise, self-technology and also rose about 2% in extended trading.
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the company lead by meg whitman maintained broked cast. we will see. >> cheryl: a lot of stocks on the radar today this morning, wow. coming up we are watching this for you draftkings and fanduel facing to court today. warriors set an nba record and also looking at what's happening in college football. changes at the top. details coming up. dow pointing higher, s&p, nasdaq as well, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> cheryl: taking a look at u.s. stock futures ahead of opening bell. s&p higher by 6 and three quarters. >> nicole: fantasy sports sites are headed to court to head off. requesting an injunction blocking the two sites from operating in new york and violate new york gambling laws. games are based on players' skills. fanduel suspended fending on outcome. interest in draft kings. >> cheryl: golden state warriors have made nba history.
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16 straight wins. warriors past the previous records in 1948 and 1949. curry lead the way as they took down los angeles lakers. as we get second to college football games, claims in alabama continue to hold top spot. oklahoma has jumped to third place. sooners have one left game against oklahoma state where they can capture the big 12 and notable notre dame and ohio following to spot, only top four make the playoffs. >> nicole: college football is so cool. let's take a look at the wednesday forecast ahead of the holidays. everybody is going to be traveling. maria molina, what do you have?
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>> maria: i want to mention the eastern u.s., southeast or parts of the planes, we -- plains, we are looking at temperatures in a warming trend, of course, that's very welcome news, where temperatures are going to be in a cooling trend is across the west. we have a massive winter storm and producing heavy snow. it's already doing so in parts of california and northern rockies. blizzard warnings out here because of the combination of heavy snowfall with some places expecting more than a foot of snow and also very strong winds gusting over 30 miles per hour, it's going to be producing very dangerous traveling conditions out here for anyone or coming up as we head to thanksgiving day any flying. as far as center of the nation you'll see isolated showers from texas up to wisconsin and also minnesota and that activity should become more intense as we head to thanksgiving day. we are expecting snow in the
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plains as well. parts of kansas are going to be looking at ice accumulating out there and stormy conditions across texas and oklahoma with several inches of rain forecast here in the couple of days. across the east, cheryl, nicole, take a look at the temperatures, 60-degrees for forecast high on thanksgiving, very mild temperatures expected in the east over the next few days. >> nicole: we hope everybody has a great time despite whatever temperature you get. >> cheryl: i like the turkey that she has going on the screen. we are going to run the global action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us
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>> nicole: looking at u.s. stock market futures. s&p futures up over 6 as we did see energy lead the way. oil now pulling back after
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yesterday's surge. 42.38. we have now mornings with maria beginning and good morning to you dagen mcdowell. >> dagen: good morning, everybody, maria bartiromo is off this morning. it's wednesday november 25th and with me this morning mike murphy. gentlemen, welcome. >> good morning. >> dagen: tensions heating up and coalition. >> graphic video of a black teenager being shot by a police officer. that officer charged with first degree murder. protestors filling the streets and blocking traffic in some parts of chicago and you could hear the outrage from demonstrator. >> rahm emanuel needs to be impeached.
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he knew this happened 12 months ago. every one of the police officers that saw the shooting, they need to be fired and go to jail. >> dagen: we will be covering the story in the morning. this is police surge for another suspect in the terrorist terror attacks, a live report from paris is coming up. one and a half percent gain on the cac in france there and here in the u.s. it is the last full trading day of the week, but a busy morning on the economic calendar. take a look futures across the board. you had gabes yesterday on the market thanks to the bounceback in oil, tensions in the middle east means oil moves up, exxon two biggest gainers yesterday in the dow. busiest travel of the year.

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