comcast business. built for business. >> we are going to win, win, win and we're not stopping. >> today my campaign is suspended. the fact that i've even come this far is evidence of how special america truly is. lauren: breaking news this morning. a big night for donald trump as he pushes marco rubio at the running. john kasich went to some state of ohio and 10 bruises had with donald trump in missouri. the state still too close to call. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides.
hillary sleeps or stayed over bernie sanders. in missouri, the races too close to call. we will have all the results and what the voters are saying in the ad that polls. lauren: investors waiting on the statement taking u.s. out record features ahead of that. .features powered by 20 points, nasdaq teachers hired by 10. nicole: investors on hold ahead of the statement. the nikkei index up in .83%. and china come at the shanghai composite edging a .19%. lauren: and the oil markets, after falling 2% yesterday by .5% the last two days, oil prices moving to the upside almost 2% on news of another reduction meeting in april. nicole: president obama set to announce his pick for the supreme court not to approve his choice. lauren: commuters in the nation's capitol may be waking up to a travel nightmare. the entire d.c. metro shut down
for emergency inspection. nicole: 5:01 a.m. new york time. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect that they ahead. lauren: the morning after super tuesday to plano. significant victories for gop front runner donald trump winning three states in yesterday's republican primary. trump got 45.8% of the vote collecting all of the states 99 delegates. senator marco rubio jobs for the white house. in illinois, at 38.8% support. train to on north carolina 42.2% or 36.8%. missouri remains too close to call. trump is at 40.8%, cruiser 40.6%. lauren: meanwhile, john kasich
scored his first victory, taking all of his home state 66 delegates. >> where something happened and makes the republican party the biggest political story anywhere in the world. everybody's writing about it all over europe, all over the world they talk about it. millions of people are coming into though. this is an example today. i'm looking at the polling booths, all around the country. >> to have people believe in you and to believe that you can bring people together and strength in our country, i have to thank the people of the great state of ohio. i love you. >> all it is not god is not god's plan to be president in 2016 or maybe ever and while today my campaign is suspended,
the fact that i've even come this far is evidence of how special america truly is. >> on the two campaigns have a possible path to the nomination. ours and donald trumps. nobody else has any math medical possibility whatsoever. only one campaign has speed and donald trump over and over and over again. >> trump has now collected more than 620 delegates about 1200 are needed to win the party's nomination. nicole: on the democratic side in a big night for former secretary of state hillary clinton win in at least four states. in florida, clinton got dixie 4.5% of the vote while vermont senator bernie sanders had dirty 3.3%. she also won illinois with 50.5%, beating sanders who at 48.7%. lauren: and north carolina clinton at 50.5%, sanders 48.7%.
nicole: it is still too close to call a mystery. clinton at 49.6%, sanders has 49.0%. >> waiting for the right moment. now is the time to come join us. our next president has to be ready to face the rebate tasks. first, can you make positive differences in people's lives? second, can you keep us safe? third, can you bring our country together again? >> this campaign is doing well because we are listening to the american peopl wealthy campaign contributors. we will win if the voter turnout.
thank you all very much. nicole: clinton now has two thirds of the delegates needed to claim the democratic nomination. she is collected within 1560 delegates while sanders has about 800. lauren: let's get perspective from the result from darren shaw on the fox news decision desk. good morning. first of all, we want to know what is next for the candidates. donald trump took all the heat for the violent protests, but that did not seem to hurt him last night. >> we saw something i'm pretty sure the first time in cinemas across the the scope of the early process. he actually won late fighters. we did not ask a specific question about your reaction. though we did ask how you win and the people made up their minds in the last few days actually voted for trump in
florida. nicole: last night, donald did not poll well with women. is this a big problem for him? >> they were a couple problems. it does seem to be the 60% to 70% and the republican party not loading. the negative opinions are beginning to settle a little bit. one of the questions we asked for those who are supporting trump, what do you think about it third-party candidacy in on the order of 60% to 70% of non-trump republicans saying they would consider strongly a third-party challenge of trump and hillary clinton were the major party nominee. consolidating the something is kidnapped to do, even expanding the pie. nicole: what does john kasich do here? he won his first primary yesterday with ohio.
no republican has won the white house by winning ohio. what is john kasich statement? >> your guess is as good as mine. you know, i've heard that his rally is well and good. it is probably the case if you set aside that you want to be vp. the real question -- the point is can he see himself going to cleveland and be making of some sort, either delivering for or some compromise deal urbina compromise candidate himself. according to the rules of the yard the commies got to win a nomination. nicole: that is why cruz is still calling it a two-man race. a quick question on the democratic side. bernie sanders expanded its
constituency and that they make hillary vulnerable? >> what's been really interested in the last week and a half, two weeks is two things. his candidacy continues to push slightly to the left and the other thing is that in 2008 she is crisper and more effective if the contest with iraq obama went on. she processed the candidate. actually something us in opposite. amanda certainly not something you want to see on the democratic side. lauren: darren shaw, thank you very much. nicole: president obama reportedly ready to announce his choice for the supreme court. the story says the president will likely cap either judge trudeau lost then or judge merrick ireland. both of them served together in the u.s. court of appeals for
the d.c. circuit ricardo and his chief judge. or it could come as early as today in the new justice would replace justice antonin scalia who died last month. senate republicans have vowed not to hold confirmation on any nominee and to lead new that day. lauren: investors focusing on the federal reserve. no interest rate hike is expected, but investors looking for a cheney gallon too many retakes on the u.s. economy and financial markets paid the central bank raised its interest rate by one quarter of 1% in december after keeping rates near zero for a decade. fox business will have complete coverage and analysis of the announcement 2:00 p.m. eastern time followed by janus at his news conference for half an hour after that. nicole: global market action overnight. let's see how stocks are faring in japan and china.
the china shanghai composite index up a quarter of%. hang seng in hong kong down one 10th of a percent and in japan the nikkei was the worst of the bunch done within three quarters of 1%. lauren: this is how european stocks are trading this morning. ftse up a quarter of 1%. caci but quarter of a percent. nicole: three days in iraq and yesterday, the highest close for the dow jones industrial average for 2016 mbyte of paris for the dow futures at 23, s&p futures up 2.5: nasdaq 2.7. >> getting >> this morning. thirty-seven dollars a month into the a month into the level up on 20% on an opec meeting scheduled for next month. gold is up $1.12.82 an ounce. lauren: at promises to be a tough commute in washington d.c. this morning at the second busiest commuter train system
has been shut down until tomorrow morning so cruz can inspect equipment. >> i cannot rule out the life safety issue here. we must take action immediately. this happened twice in a year. i can't wait for the third time. nicole: the system was a major delays on monday following a fire in the tracks at the cause appears to be similar to another one last year that killed one passenger and injured 86 others. lauren: the war of words between the justice department continues ahead of a key court hearing in california. the fbi wants apple to unlock an iphone used by terrorists last year. apple and a new court filing says the government's method are contrary to the rule of law. the democratic process and the rights of the american people. the justice department responded saying in part the constitution
and the three branches of the federal government should be entrusted to strike the balance between the citizen's right to privacy in our citizens right to safety and justice. that is a war of words indeed. nicole: north korea's highest court has allegedly trying to steal propaganda banner from a hotel. a 21-year-old university of virginia student has said he wanted the banner as a trophy or the mother of a friend who wanted to put it up in her church. warm was charged with subversion. he was arrested and tried to leave north korea in january. lauren: big night for hillary clinton if you take the lead. misery too close to call at this hour. bernie sanders bowing to stay in until the end. >> we want to hear, but we cannot go forward unless we deal with the realities of american
society today and that is what we are going to do. >> in his home state of ohio, a lot of voters on the fence until the last minute. the exit poll results when you come back. stay with us. see you soon. of the natural world? whatever your definition of success is, helping you pursue it, is ours. t-i-a-a. [alarm beeps] ♪
future. >> markup contained a picture, can weave a tapestry of america like nobody else. this presidential campaign inspired millions across the nation. nicole:soap over the top issues for voters last night? a closer look at the exit polls. reporter: lauren, nepal, a big primary night. super tuesday part 2, florida and ohio winner take all states. governor john kasich but in his homes dating here is part of the reason why. i'm ugly deciders the 153%. we are also looking at florida, a different home state story. bad news for marco rubio has suspended his campaign. part of the reason why he did while in tells it like it is with 80% of that vote. we are also looking at missouri, another tight race continues to be among late deciders compared
to donald trump's 23%. donald trump when an amount voters who want the quality of change being brought to washington. trent and 47% to cruz at 37%. also looking at the democratic race. a tight race on that side as well. the best commander-in-chief come the voters went for hillary clinton at 53%. plus a
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>> we are going to win, win, win and we're not stopping. great big dress for her country. >> today my campaign has suspended. the fact that i didn't come this far is evidence of how special america truly is. lauren: big night for donald trump as it pushes marco would be out of the running. john kasich is his home state of ohio and ted cruz is tied with trump in missouri. the state is still too close to call. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. hosted for state senator bernie sanders. again, in missouri the race too close to call. we will have the results for you in the voters a say in the exit polls. >> investors waited on the federal reserve statement now to 2:00 p.m. eastern time today. checking the stock market futures ahead of bananas, dow futures up 24, s&p futures up
2.5. investors on hold against those japan. make a 150.8%, but in china shanghai composite of 0.2%. lauren: after falling 2.3% yesterday, oil looking like again up almost 2% at 37.04. nicole: president obama reportedly set to announce his pick for a supreme despite republican vows not to approve his choice. nicole: commuters in the nation's capitol may be waking up to the nightmare. the entire d.c. metro area shut down for the inspection. lauren: not convenient. 5:24 a.m. in new york. wednesday, march 16th. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news and what to expect the day i had. church is significant victories were donald trump when at least three states in yesterday's republican primary. in florida, trumped up 45.8% of
the vote collecting all the collecting all of the state's 90 dang delegates. after losing his home state, senator marco rubio dropping out of the white house race. in illinois, trumped up 38.8% while senator ted cruz has 30.3%. lauren: trump on north carolina 30.2%. he beat ted cruz with 36.8%. missouri remains too close to call. trent is up 40.8% air. ted cruz trailing slightly 40.6%. nicole: ohio governor john kasich scored his first big wave, taking all of his home state 66 delegates with the big race, trump has now collected more than 620 delegates, about 1200 delegate needed to win the party's nomination. lauren: halfway there. a big night for former secretary of state hillary clinton winning four of the five states.
in florida, clinton got 64.5% of the vote. rabat sanders 33.3%. hillary won illinois by 5045% beating sanders who at 48.7%. >> clinton receives 54.3% while sanders had 40.8%. in ohio, clinton got 56.5%. sanders had 40.2%. nicole: too close to call in missouri. 49.6%, sanders 49-point or percent. a thousand vote difference between them. princeton has two thirds of the delegates needed to claim the nomination. she has collected more than 1500 xt. sanders 800 delegates. nicole: let's go to blake burman covering the campaign in palm beach, florida. reporter: well, the trump name is on top of properties all across the state of florida in tuesday night it is set atop a
scorecard for the republican primary in the sunshine state. donald trump when in florida in a landslide in the thick, all 99 delegates in the winner take all state. trump has led every single poll dating back to early august and sealed the deal with a resounding win tuesday night. he joked with supporters at his club in palm beach are he was able to overcome an aunt lot of negative advertisements. >> where television screens all over. everything is working beautifully. in a commercial comes on. the worst commercial. i'm with these wonderful people from cadillac in all this top executives say look over there. isn't the grass beautiful? well, don't watch. reporter: hillary clinton had a big win as well, just about doubling up sanderson florida. back to you in new york. lauren: thank you, blake burman.
we also have jeff flock with the kasich campaign. the latest there. reporter: a huge campaign for the governor of ohio who takes his home state of big fashion. that coupled with the withdraw or suspension of the campaign. u.s.a. chant not exclusive to donald chaump combined with a suspension of the campaign of marker rupiah said that john kasich as perhaps the moderate alternative to donald trump and ted cruz. the campaign -- the kasich campaign think in this the entire campaign. here is what their thinking is. going forward, governor kasich is in a position to get the most, the lion share of the nearly 1000 delegates still to be determined. they think nobody gets to 12.37 by the time of the convention and with additional people,
support people, supporting many coming on board, governor kasich is in a good position to get to the convention with a reasonable number of delicate than multiple ballots and we see where it goes from there. that is the latest from kasich. celebraticelebrati on headquarters just outside cleveland. i am jeff flock. lauren, nicole back to you. nicole: that was a loud celebration. his approval rating in ohio is tremendous. u.s.a. a hot microphone catches hillary clinton's conversation with msnbc's chris matthews about governor crist christie's possible motivations for endorsing donald trump. [inaudible] >> did he have a debt or something? [inaudible]
nicole: the conversation was caught during a commercial break while taping msnbc's town hall event on monday. lauren: some unsettled weather patterns across the northeast. a forecast from fox meteorologist maria molina. the opening round playing games has begun for the ncaa tournament. two teams have moved on to prepare for their next opponent. find out who made the cut coming up next in right now at 530 eastern time, dow futures higher by eight points. s&p futures higher by two. you are watching "fbn:am" come watching "fbn:am" coming a first look at morning markets and breaking news. also known as the day after super tuesday to point out. ♪ you focus on making great burgers,
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>> ted cruz is a constitutional conservative asset of mine and has designated his willingness to challenge the system. let's see what the future brings. for now, i'm going to work hard to make sure that ted cruz is the nominee of our party because they must be donald trump. the mac of his former gop presidential candidate carly fiorina telling russia's backing ted cruz for president. nicole: right now we see the dow futures up 26 after yesterday's highest close of 2016. three days in a row of gains. the s&p also looking higher at three. lauren: a bad couple days for crude. check out old. it costs 41 bucks in the past three days. now it's up almost $2.
>> we want to hear, but we cannot go forward unless we deal with the realities of american society today and that is what we are going to do. [cheers and applause] lauren: commanders in our nation's nation's capitol could wake up to a nightmare of a commute that the d.c. metro completely shut down. we will have the story for you. check in ahead of the open about the dow futures up 28 points. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. see you right after the break. ♪ when you think about success, what does it look like?
>> we are going to win, win, win and we are not tapping. will have great victories for our country. >> today my campaign is suspended. the fact that i didn't come as far as evidence of how special america truly is. lauren: breaking news this morning. a big net for donald trump as he pushes marco rubio at marco rubio out of the running for the white house. john kasich at his home state of ohio and ted cruz is tied in missouri. the state is still too close to call. good morning. i am nicole petallides lauren simonetti. lauren: i am nicole petallides. in missouri, the race is still too close to call.
all of the results of what voters are saying in the exit polls. lauren: investors waiting on the federal reserve statement on the u.s. economy added 2:00 p.m. eastern time. we will show you u.s. stock market futures ahead of the decision had the dow up 22 points and nasdaq futures up eight points this morning. nicole: in a shaken investors on hold ahead of the statement. in japan the nikkei down .83%. in china, the shanghai composite index of .21%. lauren: in oil markets after falling more than 2% yesterday, oil prices but not their just 7 cents shy of $37 a barrel. nicole: also today, president obama satcher report is picked or the supreme court. despite republican vows not to approve his choice. lauren: commanders in the nation's capitol might be waking up to a nightmare of a commute. the entire d.c. metro shut down for emergency inspection. nicole: 5:40 a.m. eastern time in new york, wednesday march
march 16th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news in what to expect a day ahead. lauren: break in this morning, significant victories for gop front-runner last night donald trump when in three states in republican primaries. in florida, trump got 45.8% of the vote collecting all of the state's 99 delegates. after losing his home state, senator marco ruby are dropping out of the race for the white house. in illinois, trump got 38.8%, ted cruz 30.3%. nicole: trump also the north carolina with 40.2%, beating cruz with 36.8%. missouri remains too close to call. trump is at 40.8%, but cruz red hair 40.6%. lauren: meanwhile, ohio governor john kasich scored his first victory with 46.8%, taking out his home state 66 delegates.
>> we have something happening that actually makes the republican party the biggest political story anywhere in the world. everybody's writing about it. all over europe, all over the world they talk about it. the liveeople are coming into vogue. this is an example today. i'm looking at the polling booths. all around the country, where is. >> to have people believe a new into believe that you can bring people together and strengthen our country, i have to thank the people of the great state of ohio. i love you. >> while it is not god's plan today the president in 2016 or maybe ever and while today my campaign is suspended, the fact that i've even come this far as evidence that has a show america truly is. >> only two campaigns have a plausible path to the
nomination. hours of donald trump's. nobody else has any mathematical possibility whatsoever. only one campaign has beaten donald trump over and over and over again. lauren: trump has now collected more than 620 delegates and a reminder that 1200 are needed to win the party's nomination. nicole: on the democratic side, big night for secretary hillary clinton win in at least four states. in florida, clinton got 64.5% of the vote while vermont senator bernie sanders had dirty 3.3%. she also won illinois with 50.5%, beating sanders for 48.7%. nicole: lauren: in north carolina, sanders had 40.8%. in ohio, clinton got 56.5% in sanders had 42.7%.
nicole: but it is still too close to call in missouri. clinton were to 9.%, sanders at 49.4%. >> we been waiting for the right moment. now is the time to come join us. our next president has to be ready to face pretty big task. first, can you make positive differences in people's lives? , can you keep us safe? third, can you bring our country together again? [cheers and applause] >> this campaign is doing well because we are listening to the american people and not just wealthy campaign contributors. [cheers and applause] we will win if the voter turnout is high. let's make it high. thank you all very much. [cheers and applause]
nicole: clinton now has two thirds of the delegates needed to claim the nomination. she's collected more more than 1580 delegates while but sanders has about 800. lauren: let's get perspective on the results from super tuesday part 2 from chandra and become a senior analyst for real clear politics. hi, sean. we want to talk about what is next for the candidates, specifically john kasich the one in ohio and now his strategy is to get to a contested convention in july in his home state. can he do this? >> it's really tough. you know, that possibly happens. right now, kasich is 104% of the remaining delegates to win the nomination. so he needs to have some really good states coming up to win and i don't think i do it. nicole: what are the prospects for ted cruz down the road? you heard this is still a two-man race?
>> cap, for all intents and purposes, it is. john kasich would very much like to come a bikini to win somewhere other than ohio and it's not clear where that will be. lauren: bernie sanders did not win any states last night. is there a point where he drops out of the race or a point where he says, you know what, i will go all the way to the convention? >> at this point he's tried to go to the convention. i don't know if he necessarily believes he is a pat to the arena anymore, but i think he's trying to make statements. he is trying to hold his feet to the party and he seems to be succeeding at that. nicole: what about trump? trump has such great momentum. women did not support trying to not support trying to have a late last night. what do you think his future is? >> a lot depends on how long john kasich stay thin. john kasich is taking us from
ted cruz and will enable him to have some good rates going forward. on the other hand, if kasich were to drop out, he would have erased on his hands. lauren: back to the democrats for a second. bernie sanders has a strong millennial pope. how does hillary clinton get colonials to vote for her if she's the nominee enough for whoever the gop nominee is? >> donald trump is a get out the vote machine for democrats. in ted cruz i think that the voting. going forward, it's a challenge for democrats with younger voters voting for someone who wants a top tax rate of 85%. that will change things in a more normal election. nicole: as we look to the west, what are your thoughts about to change? >> you will hear ted cruz struck a more libertarian tone which plays better in the west. the big question is how long does john kasich decide to stay in this thing because in a
three-way race, trumps 40% is enough to win. nicole: bernie sanders expected to do well in the west. this month alone. sean trendy, real clear politics, we thank you very much. >> thank you. nicole: of promises to be a tough commute of washington d.c. today. the second busiest commuter train system has been shut down until tomorrow morning so cruz can inspect equipment. >> while the risk of public is very low, i cannot rule out a potential safety issue here and this is why we must take the action immediately. >> this happened twice in a year. i cannot wait for the third time. >> assist in there with major delays following a fire in the tracks. the cause appears to be similar to another one last year that actually killed one passenger and injured 86 others. lauren: a big night for hillary
clinton as she takes four or five states. missouri too close to call. bernie sanders bowing on the list to stay in until the very end. >> we want to hear, but we cannot go forward unless we deal with the realities of american society today and that is what we are going to do. [cheers and applause] lauren: john kasich scores of it are in his home state of ohio. a lot of voters on the fence until the last minute. we will have the results are in the exit polls to vote one to match. dow futures on friday at 19-point s&p futures yellen, nasdaq futures at seven this morning. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
beat back the >> many of you have traveled around this country trying to help me. you know what, look, this is all i've got, okay? this is all i've got and all i can say is thank you from the bottom of my heart. but i want you to know something. we are going to go all the way to cleveland and secure the republican nomination. lauren: john kasich won his home state of ohio last night. here is jo ling kent bileca last night at the polls.
reporter: a big primary night. super tuesday part to pick florida and ohio winner take all states. governor john kasich when it's his home state. here's the present why he won 53% of the vote compared with raiders 27% for donald trump. we are also looking at florida, different home state story. big mr. marco rubio. part of the reason why donald trump did very well about those who want a candidate to talk to like it if he dominated 80% of the vote. also looking at missouri ,-com,-com ma a tight race continues to be a story here. crews for minimum weight deciders getting 48% compared to donald trump's 23%. but donald trump wedding amount voters who want the quality of change being brought to the white house in washington. trump getting 47% to cruz 37%. also looking at the democratic race. a tight race on that side as
well. that's commander in chief voters went with hillary clinton 53%. for a candidate that that would be the most inspiring for a change in the white house, it was bernie sanders had 53% to hillary clinton's 45%. a big night super tuesday part to determining the future of a lot of candidates. back to you guys. >> jo ling kent, thank you so much. coming up, a rundown of the global action. stay with us as we have a few out there is today with the dow futures up 16, s&p futures up just one. you are watching "fbn:am." ♪
your top stories right now at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. a super night for donald trump. he took three states last night. john kasich won his home state of ohio. dr. rubio, the latest drop out after losing florida. >> tonight it is clear ball we are on the right side, and this year we will not be on the winning side. >> the fact is we have to bring our party together. we have to bring it together. [applause] we have something happening that actually makes the republican party probably the biggest political story anywhere in the world. >> tomorrow morning after republican has a clear choice. on the two campaigns have a possible path to the nomination. >> i want to remind you again tonight but i will not take the low road to the highest office in the land. >> a big night for a front
runner hillary clinton on the democratic side. she took at least four states. the missouri race still too close to call on both sides of the aisle this morning. we are waiting on the latest developments there. president obama set to announce a supreme court nominee today. the likely choice in how they stack up. more strong words for apple and encryption case. the founders of this company would be appalled. airport workers tied to terrorism. we have the details. turn to mark this morning. blue look at news that about 2:00 p.m. eastern time when the fed has a press conference. in a shed, no major moves on the day. the nikkei average down 1%. in europe, gains across the board this morning. london stock exchange announced a nonstatic merger creating a company worth $80 billion. they still apparently going through, even though there