republican hopefuls facing up in a presidential debate in miami, florida days ahead of the state's crucial primaries in florida is a winner take all state with 99 delegates. that show you how that's than last night. and much more subdued debate. take a listen. >> you can say what you want and be politically correct if you bought. i don't want to be politically correct. i like to solve problems. we are large portions of a group of peop large portions want to use very committed very harsh means. >> i'm not interested in being politically correct. i'm interested in being correct. >> donald, you are welcome to be president -- donald is right, only two of us have a path to winning the nomination, donald
and myself. >> there's nobody on the stage that is more pro-israel than i am. there is nobody. >> you can be flexible about ideas. you should be flexible about principles and >> the answer can't just be with a magic wand and say problem go away. you have to understand the problem. you have to have real solutions. >> we have protesters that are bad news. they have done that means. they are swinging. they are really dangerous. the elections are important but the unity of the country matters. for russia that doesn't mean i'm endorsing putin. >> one of the reason is that climate has always been changing. there's always been a time in the climate is not changing. >> out of the embassy closed
until such time as a really good deal was made by the united states. >> first of all, the embassies the same building circle back to being called a cot to live. second of all, i don't know where cuba will sue us. but they are going to lose. >> on day one, i will rip to shreds the catastrophic iranian nuclear deal because the ayatollah khomeini must never be allowed to require nuclear weapon. >> wavering positive campaigns for president of the united states. i've tried to be positive in such a way to show my records. and accomplishments, my visions. >> if ted had more votes than me in the former delicate, whoever gets the addition in the artificial number set by somebody. whoever gets the most delegates should win. that is what i see.
trying to make sure to tune into fox business for coverage of next tuesday's primaries starting at 7:00 p.m. on march 15th rights are on network. retired neurosurgeon from republican presidential candidate ben carson planning to endorse donald trump. set to appear in his comments in palm beach, florida and 9:00 a.m. eastern time this morning. kirsten is the second republican candidate after shopping out of the race. dr. carson will be on your world with neil cavuto at 4:00 p.m. eastern time on the fox news channel. you don't want to miss that one. nicole: john kasich scoring a major endorsement. i had the state's primary next tuesday. ohio is a winner take all state disk guns a day after texas
senator ted cruz received the endorsement of former gop candidate carly theo breen appeared in an interview last night, fiorina explained why she chose crews. >> her choices have narrator magically. we need to be donald trump because donald trump is not a conservative. donald trump will not challenge the system. he has benefited from the system. you know who can beat hillary clinton is donald trump. payment utah senator mike leigh endorsed cruz yesterday. we are waiting on chip shoe dropped out of the race last month who has not said whether he would endorse any of his former rivals. >> speaking exclusively to nme last night, he seemed confident about his chances of beating hillary. take a listen to this.
>> we are going to take this to the convention. we have real momentum behind us. last i heard there are 50 states in the united states of america and we are going to compete in everyone. >> the super delegates. >> we have in our view a path forward. lauren: sanders of the attending rallies today and tomorrow ahead of the primaries. nicole: the mother of benghazi victim shawn smith appeared on "the intelligence report" with trish regan yesterday. patricia smith responded to debate the bernie sanders. she believes clinton lied to her when the former secretaries tape and a video is responsible for the attack. clinton said smith's accusations were wrong. >> i want to speak to her personally and i want to be a little after what happened. i want her to be able to tell me what happened. i don't believe she's got the
guts to do that. as madeleine albright said: there's a special place in for people like her and i hope she enjoys it there. the opposite with the united states foreign service at the u.s. consulate in benghazi. the wounded warrior project has been fired for lavish spending. the leading veterans charity, ceo both dismissed them it criticism about how the organization spent the $800 million raised over the past four years. according to the tax forms, spending on conferences and meetings rose from $1.7 million in 2010 to 26 million in 2014. the ceo reportedly entered on horseback by segue and repelling down a wall. sources tell cbs that retired senior military officers are now considered to take over the
organization. nicole: the former first lady nancy reagan will be put to rest today. her extraordinary life will be celebrated in a ceremony at the reagan plan to sell. eulogies will be given by nancy's two children, ron reagan junior and patty davis. dozens of dignitaries including former president george w. bush, jimmy carter and four of america's first ladies are to attend. in what promises to be an especially emotional moment no one ever her husband's love letters to her about the event at the ceremony. lauren: that is so sweet. tension escalating in a fight between apple and the government. in a new court filing the obama administration argues no single company despite its success and profit should be able to disregard the law entered out of which publicly refused to grant a request to unlock the iphone used by one of the terrorists accuse the government is taking a cheap shot intended to smear the corporation. the justice department meanwhile echoing the white house admit and the court order is modest
and apple's argument not hold a good a former aide to vladimir putin has died of blunt force trauma to the head according to medical examiners. he was found dead in his washington d.c. hotel room also suffering injuries to his neck, torso, arms and legs. whether injuries were the result of a crime or accident is not yet concluded. police say the case remains under investigation. a prominent russian figure appeared in 2006 he was awarded the order for merit to the fatherland, one of russia's highest civilian honors. >> market check on the final day of the week. the scalia cut up overnight. but there is across-the-board pay to shanghai composite of two tenths of 1%. the hang seng in hong kong to pay full percent. kospi and south korea a 10th of 1%.
tree into more stimulus yesterday. the outlook is small. we see out there is across-the-board. thanks in particular doing well in europe. and france's cac at 2%. txo 2% and one day in ftse up 6%. lauren: check chain. it's been a tough week, but we could totally reversed the week and i'm positive it again. dow futures up 150. nasdaq up 52. nicole: we've had some fluctuation in oil lately. thirty-eight dollars. 3877 a 93 cents while gold was back down $7. >> some products are being recalled. nestlé u.s.a. voluntarily recalling a limited number of two short note lean cuisine and staffers -- starburst products. the recall was ordered because of the possibility they may contain small pieces of glass. the source of the classes finish. a common ingredient in all of
these brands. the company did not elaborate. so far no injuries have been reported. the voluntary recall with limited members said sure no peace does come up in amy's raviolis and stouffer's lasagna is into place. nicole: palmolive pass expanded its cutbacks. the program now expected to end in december of next year with as many as 3000 job cuts globally. that is now 600 more the company had previously announced. colgate is three fourths of its revenue from outside the united states and has been hurt by the impact of the strong u.s. dollar. lauren: here's a look at headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." big ratings for stronger than ever. s&p, moody's and fitch issued more than 95% of global bond ratings and profit nearing all-time highs. the u.n. cites libya embargo breach. a u.n. report has found an array of companies supplying arms to
factions in libya, breaking a long-standing arms embargo placed on a divided north african country. finally, the wealth gap not as large as earlier estimated. the brookings institution paper finds that the top 1% of americans own 33% of wealth. nicole: coming up, the battle of superhero versus superhero. marvel comics releasing a new trailer for captain america's civil war. >> i'm sorry, tony. when i see a situation i can't ignore it. sometimes i wish i could. >> sometimes i want to punch you in your perfect teeth. nicole: will have details of the new faces join in the fight. kobe versus lebron for the final time. we will tell you who got the edge last night. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at money market and breaking news. ♪
tree into a new captain america's civil war trailer is here. you just saw some in iron man. did the two sides of new faces on board. the biggest buzz from the side of peter parker. spiderman has joined the fight and looks like is on team ironman. the website or has a phase that these paid by tony rode said holland. other characters like that. there will also be seen and captured that it theaters very soon. nicole: tv star cesar milan is reportedly under investigation for alleged animal cruelty. let me explain. he was ordered to contact investigators within 24 hours to the investigations comes from a recent episode of the show sees are 9-1-1 in which a live was used as a behavioral training session with a dog. the dog at the pigs they are drawing the blood.
nacchio wilde was broadcasting the show and said in a statement that the was tended to immediately, suffered no lasting effects and a spokesman says only one complaint so far was filed against milan. let's look at start market action now. dow futures up 150 points. s&p futures up by 21 points and nasdaq up by 54. >> oil above $38 to get up over 1 dollar. >> that's the highest facing oil this year. let's take a look at the latest from the world to support. nicole: last night, about 10 kobe bryant would match up against lebron james at the 22nd meeting however and they've never met in the playoffs. the two stars battled early and going back and forth. the brown and the cavaliers came out on top once won a train and went away. they finished with 24 points by kobe bryant finished with 26. after numerous personal losses to the champion broncos, they
may take another hit. miami dolphins have signed restricted free agent to an offer sheet. it is worth $18 million over four years with 10 million guaranteed according to a source. denver does have five days to match the deal. the duke blue devils failed to hold off notre dame as they fall and the tournaments. 80 fortran and 79 in overtime. at one point to cut a 16-point lead but they lost in the second half with a young squad were put in the basket. they move on to face north carolina in the semifinals tomorrow night. lauren: coming up, republican candidates went head-to-head and last night debate, finally on issues instead of info. >> a lot of people feel as things they wish they could say. the problem is president can't seen anything they want. the if consequences here and
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fact. nicole: breaking news this morning. the fight for the white house heating up at the gop debate like never before. the candidate focusing on issues instead of insults as they had on the primaries in the crucial time for the state. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, nicole. i am lauren simonetti. donald trump expected a major endorsement this morning and is expecting one of his former gop rivals ben carson. the latest in a campaign trail. a murdered benghazi victim publicly criticizes the democratic candidate exclusively on fox. you won't want to miss this messy interview. lauren: nancy reagan will be put to rest today. a ceremony should plan yourself. we'll bring you details. nicole: big news that then we can have four weeks a number of
games. the dow futures up on 71. s&p 522. one of those as oil prices. almost $39 a barrel for crude oil almost 3%. 38.89 a barrel right now. nicole: kobe bryant and lebron james face off for the final time. we will tell you who got the edge last night. 5:25 a.m. in new york did this is friday. marks the 11th. "fbn:am," your first look at what is moving in today's markets and what to expect a day ahead before you kick off the weekend. nicole: republican white house hopefuls face enough in a debate just days ahead of his days crucial primary. florida is a winner take all state. it has 99 delegates. here are the highlights from last night more subdued debate. >> you can say what you want to be politically correct if you want. i don't want to be so politically correct. i like to solve problems.
>> i'm not interested in being politically correct. i am interested in being correct. >> where large portions of a group of people. islam, large portions want to use very, very harsh means. >> donald, you're welcome to be present at the smithsonian. donald is right. there are only two of us that have a path to the nomination, donald and myself. nobody more pro-israel than i am. i am pro-israel. >> you should be flexible about principles. >> lots of challenges in the world. the answer can't just wave a magic wand is a problem go away. you have to understand the problems and have real solutions. you have some protesters who are bad dudes. they have done bad things. they are swinging. they are dangerous.
if they are taken now, we have to run something. >> i worry about the violence at a rally. elections are important that the unity of the country really matters. >> puttanesca in a strong a strong leader for russia. that doesn't mean i'm endorsing putin. >> the climate is changing and one of the reasons it has the climate has always been changing. there's never been a time in the climate is not changing your >> i would have the embassy closed until such time a really good deal was made and struck by the united states. >> first of all, the former consulate is the same building, sir can just go back to being called a consulate or we don't have to close it that way. if they sue us in a court of miami, they're going to lose. >> on day one i were to shreds that catastrophic iranian nuclear deal because ayatollah khomeini must never be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons. >> thank you, senators.
i have run an unwavering positive campaign for president united states. positive infatuated show my record, accomplishments, vision. >> if marco, the governor, ted had more votes than me in the form of delicate, whoever gets to the top position as opposed to solving the artificial number sent by somebody which is a random number. whoever gave the most delegates should win. that's what i think. >> make sure to tune into fox business for special coverage of next tuesday's primaries starting at 7:00 p.m. march 15th )-right-paren the fox business network. nicole: tranter retired neurosurgeon and former presidential candidate ben carson planning to endorse trump. as expected as a news conference in palm beach florida and 9:00 eastern time. person is the second gop candidate to support job after dropping out of the race himself. chris christie announced his
endorsement last month. dr. carson will be a guest on your world with neil cavuto today at 4:00 p.m. eastern on the fox news channel. don't miss out on. nicole: huge endorsement. the mother of benghazi victim shawn smith appeared on intelligence report with trish regan yesterday. patricia smith responded to comments by senator bernie sanders. spent the lives clinton lied to her when the former secretary of state claimed the video was responsible for the attack. clinton said smith's accusations are wrong. >> there are those in the democratic party that field you are doing this for political purposes. what would you say to them? >> what political purposes? i only want hillary to tell me what happened. what is political about that? i think as a mother i deserve to know. can't anybody, anybody from my
government tell me what happened? because hillary won't. nicole: shawn smith is an information officer with the united states foreign service at the u.s. consulate in baghdad say. lauren: let's get you caught up with global market action. but starting a show. the shanghai composite of two tenths of 1%. hang seng up a solid%. the cost in south korea at the 10th of 1%. nicole: yesterday the up arrows. the growth outlook is a little tepid. banks are doing well. on that string of app 7%. tac at 2.9% and germany's dax 2.7%. lauren: u.s. stock market futures rallied on the final day. we could have a positive week the dow futures up 160. >> say hello to $38 a barrel.
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also 1% and the nasdaq up 55 p. at one and one quarter%. nicole: talking about the bottoming of oil at 38.88, up over 1 dollar. 2.7%. looking at pulled down 8.5 bugs at 12.64 crayons. lauren: guidry stepping up its fitness game. a microchip that is smart cap filed to go go along with this bad patch. these two would communicate with each other to tell you the correct amount you need to drink. they plan to launch up to a dozen prior mammals for carbohydrates in a small pot. snape goes into the bottle. gatorade will debut products at south or southwest. stay with fox business today for coverage of the conference from barry allen jo ling kent on the fox business network. nicole: people drink double
triple the amount that they need to drink. that is a fact. this is the beacon we set our clocks ahead one hour. you do this one hour of sleep. not everybody wants to spring ahead, fall back, change their clothes. california has a bill that would ask voters to abolish the practice of changing clocks twice a year. lawmakers in alaska and a dozen other states are debating similar measures. some lawmakers in new england want to go even further. they want to join nova scotia and puerto rico in the atlantic time zone to make it as savings time permanent. lauren: coming up, republican candidates changing their tune, this time focusing on policy rather than personal attacks. >> donald is right. he was right about the problems. the solutions don't work. >> highlights for you and donald trump taken up a major endorsement from one of his former rivals.
who agree with the latest is as they have it from the campaign trail. the show u.s. stock market futures on what could be a winning week for the stock market in the u.s. dow futures up 1%. ditto for the s&p 500 and the nasdaq one and one quarter%. you are watching reporter, your first look at running markets and breaking news. 5:36 a.m. eastern time. ♪ ♪
>> if somebody doesn't have the delegate, there's two of a sector two of a sector that can at two of us that cannot at this point. by the way, that is not meant to be a criticism. that is just a mathematical fact. nicole: fight for the white house heating up in florida with the gop debate that we've never seen before. the candidates focusing on the issues instead of insults as they go head-to-head for primaries in key states. it is friday. i'm nicole lauren simonetti. nicole: i'm nicole petallides. dull chime to get a major endorsement from one of his major gop rivals, ben carson. >> the mother of a dead son kick back at the democratic candidate exclusively here on fox business. you will not want to miss this interview. nicole: after thousands of people paid respects, former first lady nancy reagan will be
put to rest today. her extraordinary life will be celebrated in a ceremony that reagan planned herself. both tell you all the details. >> chickie nasdaq market futures ahead of the opening bell, dow futures up 163 points. nicole: that is better for the 401(k). oil prices 3883. they face off for the first time. we will tell you who got the edge last night. 5:41 a.m. march 11th. welcome to "fbn:am", today's markets, the latest breaking is and what to expect that they had. nicole: republican white house hopefuls face off in miami florida days ahead of the crucial primaries. florida is a winner take all state with 99 delegates up for grabs. here's some highlights from last night debate that we call subdued. >> you can say what you want to
be politically correct if you want. i don't want to be so politically correct here they want to solve problems. >> i'm interested in being correct. >> there are large portions of a group of people. large portions want to use very harsh means. [cheers and applause] >> donald, you're welcome to be president of the smithsonian. >> there were only two of us that have a path to winning the nomination. donald and myself. >> nobody on this stage is more pro-israel than i am. no buddy. i am pro-israel. >> you can be flexible about ideas. >> but got lots of challenges, but the answer can't be wave a magic wand and say problem go away. you have to understand the problem. you have to have real solutions. >> where protesters who are bad news. they have done badtig
aesnin threge a it t.akuehv >>wo th nc ti aiprt,utthe unity matters. >> there's been a lot stronger than a leader. that doesn't mean we're endorsing putin. >> one of the reasons they are changing as the climate has always been changing. there's never a time when the climate is not changing. >> out at the embassy closed until such time as a really good deal was made and struck by the united states. >> first of all, the consulate is the same building. so it can go back to be called a consulate. but have to close it that way. if they sue us in a court in miami, they are going to lose. >> on day one hour break to shreds the catastrophic iranian nuclear deal because the
ayatollah khomeini must never be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons. >> i have run an unwavering positive campaign for president of the united states. i tried to be positive in such a way to show my record, accomplishment, vision. >> and marco, the governor, ted marcos them in the form of delicate, whoever gets to the top position is supposed to soften the artificial numbers have been somebody pushes a random number, whoever gets the most delicate should win. that is what i think. nicole: make sure to tune into fox business for our special coverage of the tuesday primary 7:00 p.m. march 15th on fox to stop her. nicole: retired neurosurgeon and candidate dr. ben carson planning to endorse donald child. carson expected to appear at a news conference in palm beach florida 9:00 a.m. eastern time this morning and carson is the
second gop candidate to support job after dropping out. new jersey governor chris christie announced his endorsement last month. dr. carson will be on your world with neil cavuto 4:00 p.m. eastern time. the fox news channel. don't miss that. meanwhile, governor john kasich scoring a major endorsement. ohio state football coach announcing his support for the governor had the state's primary next tuesday. ohio is a winner take all state the 66 delegates. this comes a day after texas senator ted cruz received the endorsement of former gop presidential candidate carly fiorina. in an interview, fiorina explained why she chose to raise bid listen to this. >> he has the enemies to prove it. i know when you do that you make enemies. donald trump is never challenge the system.
these use the system. he has used the system to benefit himself. >> utah senator mike leigh endorsed cruz yesterday, but the former governor jeb bush has not said whether he would endorse any of his former rivals. >> bernie sanders speaking exclusively to add henry last night ahead had a large rally in florida. he seemed confident about his chances of beating hillary clinton to the nomination. take a listen. >> we are going to take this to the convention. we have real momentum behind us. last i heard there are 50 states of the united states of america and that will compete in everyone. >> we have in our view -- i'm not going to tell you it's easy, but where the pastor is it to read. >> senators attending rallies in north carolina and ohio ahead of tuesday's primaries.
lauren: to mother appeared yesterday. patricia smith responded to hillary clinton's comments are in one segment debates as senator bernie sanders. smith believes clinton lied to her with the former secretary of state claimed nvidia was responsible for the attack. clinton said smith's accusations are wrong. >> she promised to shoot back when she had more of her mission. >> absolute way. absolutely. in fact, i was begging them, i must know. they just wanted to quiet me down. you poor thing, you. all you want to know is the truth. >> shawn smith is an information officer with the foreign service at the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >> former first lady nancy reagan will be put to rest today. her extraordinary life will be honored in a ceremony that nancy reagan planned herself. eulogies will be given by her
two children, ronald reagan junior and patty davis. dozens of dignitaries including former president george w. bush, jimmy carter and four of america's first ladies are expected to attend. it promises to be a special moments a special moment, an emotional moment because one of her husband's love letters is set to be read at that ceremony. lauren: lets you cut up a global market action overnight. the shanghai composite higher by 0.2%. the nikkei up half of 1% and the winner is the hang seng in hong kong up 1%. >> green arrows across the globe. europeupcoming dax up 2.8%. monday and 1.6%. >> 161 points on the nasdaq futures higher by 54. nicole: a look at oil.
38.83. goal: back down just over $7. lauren: the surprise arrival of a superhero the latest trailer is lighting up social media. we will tell you who it is coming up. the final time in ryan's career. we will tell you who got the edge. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at money market and breaking news. ♪
nicole: rejoiced marvel fans. no-caps in american civil war trailer is here. in the second trailer, captain america ironman that the two sides is the new faces on board. debate peter parker. spiderman has joined the fight and it looks like he is on the team of ironman. the website also has a new face and a state by 20 schachter tom holland. other care shares will be seen in this captain america and civil war decades may fix. >> look at this. dow futures up 160 points. s&p futures of 20, nasdaq higher by 53. oil prices heading out of maybe reaction to the european central bank decision yesterday. >> dirty apron 76 up 2.5% as
gold holds back $7.5 or 12.65 a troy ounce. lauren: before you head out the door, a look at your weather with meteorologist maria molina. >> price of the golf goes for some very heavy rainfall, significant flooding. reports of severe weather the last couple days. that unfortunately is continuing today. we expect to see more rain and have in place right now across places like mississippi and louisiana. briefly mentioning a storm system in places like california bringing in heavy rain out there. out here the musher continues to move in, bringing in additional rainfall. several inches of additional rain. some areas have already picked up more than a rainfall and this flash flooding that continues across louisiana and mississippi but the number of watches in effect analysis of the warning. otherwise, temperatures have
been incredibly warm in places like new york city and other areas across the mid-atlantic. temperatures have been knocked out a little bit today. low 60s in new york city. still very warm across the southeastern u.s. the one-time place continues today. 81 degrees for your forecast in raleigh and close to 80 in atlanta. over to you. lauren: have a beautiful weekend. thank you very much. nicole: coming up, lots about paris this morning. mornings with moraitis dating now. fox news. up 155. ♪ when you think about success,
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nicole: looking at the global market action in europe. maria draghi cutting rates. their stories about the outlook. we are seeking bank stood not today. one in ftse upon by 5%. the german dax up 2.7%. turning right here at home, looking at u.s. stock index futures. all others. but this move move today, it brings the stocks and indices back into positive territory for the beacon that would make four weeks in a row game. for right now we do have five do have five pairs. jeff futures up 155. s&p futures of 20. also looking at commodities. but there is for oil at 3876
now. goldbach $7.5. friday morning. mornings with rhea begins right now. we say good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: i am maria bartiromo. it is friday, march 11th. republican candidates going head-to-head in the last debate before crucial primaries next week. the tone of last night very different from what we've heard before. even the candidate's notice. >> so far i cannot believe how simple it is then appear. embrace these millions of people that now for the first time other than love the republican party and unified. be smart and unified. maria: donald trump jumping the gun with this latest endorsement from dr. ben carson at the latest from the campaign trail map. thousands came to former first lady named the reagan hunt for funeral today.
one person not attending, president obama will be going back to south by southwest festival. breaking out in a spirit airlines flight, all caught on tape. by five women got into the fight later this hour. one final hurrah for kobe bryant and the prime james. lakers fans remembering how great a player he really is. turning to market this morning. a pretty good rally in asia following the european central bank decision yesterday. it really was nick's performances after the move. investors shaking off initial concerns that mario draghi sent mixed messages of the measures yesterday which is five the rally sold off. optimism fluttering u.s. is low with a pretty strong opening this morning with the dow jones industrial average to open up 106-point. all of that commitment. it is for me to break it down,