lauren: breaking news this morning. a desperate hunt across belgium looking for this man in the white jacket. the third eye for suspect in the brussels terror bombings. we met. we know that the two suicide bombers are brothers. they are wearing black in the picture. live reports from london and washington. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am the culprit or ladies. the winner take all state. lauren: bernie sanders scored in idaho and takes for the gop. nicole: shrugging off terror.
the dow with a seven day remains street. travel measures stocks hit hard. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell one point across the board. s&p upon monastic features of fun. lauren: and china's shanghai composite ended the day at quarter of 1% a 25% and japan. the nikkei to 25 is down by a quarter of 1%. nicole: let's check on european market after stocks on the terror concern. affairs of the london up 1% and in france up three quarters of 1%. lauren: investors fled to the safety of gold. gold prices given back their $10. oil $41.20 a barrel. nicole: president obama shrugged off terror in brussels and took in some baseball. the president now heads to argentina. lauren: 501 eastern time. this is "fbn:am" from your first
look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and we have a lot of it, and what to write that they had. nicole: a massive manhunt for ss act under way after the horrific terror attacks in brussels. belgian police search for a man who was seen with jesus acted homers at the brussels airport. they identify two bombers as brothers khalid and our team and they also had ties to the cell that carried out last november's attacks in paris. transmit death toll has risen to 34. the bombings at the airport in subway station with 250 others. president obama has ordered flags to be flown at half staff in the state department warning americans in europe to avoid credit he says and avoid extra ca trench at the famous monument
eliminated in solidarity with brussels. a live report shortly. lauren: the u.s. presidential contest that donald trump taken the winners they don't do the 50 gop delegates. trumpets 47.1 support for texas senator ted cruz has 24.7%. lauren: ted cruz 69%, trump 14.2%. john kasich 16.8%. cruz collects the 40 delegates. this is a majority take all contest. nicole: hillary clinton win arizona with 57.7%. for markets 39.8%. sanders taking utah with 79.2%. clinton received 20.4%. sanders also winning idaho. 70% for clinton is 21.2%. meanwhile, the candidates weigh in on terror attacks in
brussels. >> i think they should have had to washington and solve the problem. you better get rid of isis because it's only going to get worse. a lot of people give me credit for the protection. i wish i was wrong, but i can see it happening. they go over there and come back and tell me what's going on in the lobbyist. >> this is a war with radical. isis has declared on europe and united states of america. they have declared their intention to murder as many innocents as possible. >> if i were in cuba at the last thing i'd be doing is going to a baseball game. i would go back to washington sunday night visors and leaders of the world to say okay, folks, we can't delay any longer. >> i know a lot of people are angry, frustrated.
and a lot of people after what happened in brussels are rated. but i think leadership isn't about banning those fears and that anchor. leadership is saying look, we can do this together. franklin roosevelt, the only thing we have to fear is fear of. >> remains to be improved intelligence sharing in the united states and allies all over the world affect the monitoring of social media to stop the recruiting efforts of young people being led into the turmoil of terrorism. translated terror attacks affecting many voters as well. enterprise has details from arizona. >> voters in arizona were definitely talking about the attacks in brussels. they said they helped bring the issues of immigration, legal and illegal, border security, national security and to focus
on the primary day. when trump supporters said it reaffirmed his decision to vote for trump. >> for trump. >> i don't think of it right away because of our security measures here, but i do think something any candidate should take into account. >> the clintons have been in politics of foreign policy since i was first able to vote and i really think that kind of fixed theory and in being involved with politics without on the extent tried and true. >> interest in the primary was so high at this polling location that voters are lined up for hours all day long with lines snaking around the building and way around the corner and down the block. but to you in new york.
lauren: when impressive lineup was peer nicole: the latest in the brussels terror attack at the spring and correspondent benjamin hall live in london this morning. benjamin cannot obviously her with recurring yesterday morning. and now isis and there's more to come. what dyou make of it all? reporter: that's right. breaking news in the last hour. all the attackers in the airport, two of them are brothers and they had a criminal background. the third suspect in the airport note large directly connected to the november bombing in paris. a massive manhunt underway for him now. you'll see on your screen out the three attackers in the airport explosion when the simultaneous went off at 8:00 a.m. they both had criminal records. they were known to the police. the men in white is suspected to be the man whose dna was found
on the paris bomb as well as an apartment used last week, the paris attacker arrested on friday. one of the airport on the after and horrific scene had people scramble to escape, another suicide found and detonated, leading police to the manhunt carriage. a taxi dropped at three attackers. he told police they had too much luggage and they had to leave one bag behind. he led into the apartment where he picked them up and is now underway. according to sources apart from the chemicals are found at the apartment as those of om and isis like and said the death toll could have been a lot higher. isis has now claimed responsibility for the attack. the question now is how many more networks are out there. and the heart of the city an hour later, another blast ripped through subways nation. people scramble to his cave for smoke. the identity is still unknown.
20 people died in the attack took as an metro station just that u.s. embassy. any doubt now this is directly related to the paris attack is gone. dna was found the same man suspected of the airport bombing yesterday. the questions asked about how the suicide or others were able to carry this out bought been known to police. nicole: benjamin cannot want to delve into bun thing you said for the third suspect at large. tell us more about that. reporter: he first came to the police's attention about a month ago under a different name where police found his jama and salah abdeslam's dna. people think it is because of that they may have moved this plan further forward. we've built both the device and presumed we may be built these
tests today. still wondering why he didn't blow himself up, wiped upon student to have made it very much a clear link there. nicole: live from london with lots of chilling details. lauren: president above my president above are right in argentina as he continues his trip to latin america to pick the president was criticized by republicans for not returning to the u.s. following the terror attacks yesterday. only speaking to cuba for a minute. details from fox business blake burman. train a president obama said the bombings are another reminder that the world must unite to fight what he describes as the scourge of terrorism. >> .them praise of the american people are with the people of belgium. condemning these outrageous attacks against innocent people. we will do whatever is necessary to support our friend and ally,
belgian and brain to justice those responsible. reporter: the president delivered his brief remarks in his visit to cuba not long after a baseball game along rall castro. presidential contenders ted cruz and john kasich were crying foul saying the president should have returned home. >> of a little surprised the president is going to a baseball game when i believe he showed -- had i been president i would've pressure may face it. reporter: turned washington house of representatives passed for a moment of silence on the hustler. security percussions were put in place all across the nation's capitol for law enforcement officials claim no credible threat to washington. back to you in new york. lauren: blake burman, thank you very much. nicole: a desperate manhunt for the third isis bummer. the latest imac and the travel warning issued. two americans.
a live report from washington. presidential candidates react to terror in brussels. the big man in politics with donald trump and hillary clinton soup in the winner take all. bernie sanders pulled off the tree in utah and idaho. we will have the latest results there. let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. not far away from the unchanged line made it through yesterday's typical day on wall street. dow futures done for, s&p one, nasdaq up fractionally. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market in breaking news. ♪
lauren: welcome back to "fbn:am." let's say you caught up on what's happening right now. massive manhunt for a suspect under way after the horrific terror attacks in brussels. elgin police searching for advancing the two suspected bombers at the brussels airport. investigators identified the bombers as brothers khalid and brahim bakraoui and they also had ties to the isis of that carried out last november's terrorist attacks. in politics, donald trump taken the winner said of arizona collecting 58 gop delegates. trump wins by a night margin. for seven per 1% while texas
senator ted cruz has 24.7%. cruise speeds trump in utah with a whopping 69% while nicole: 14.2%. ohio governor john kasich received 16.8%. cruz collects 48 delegates in this majority take all caucus. in the democratic side, hillary clinton winning 57.7%. from a senator bernie sanders gets 39.8%. sanders taking utah with 79.2% of the vote. clinton received 20.4% there. sanders also went idaho. he gets 78%, clinton 21.2%. checking markets now, u.s. stock stock market futures are relatively flat. snapping a seven-day winning streak in seven points at the moment. nasdaq futures are down -- i think they were just a. i miss the screen. nicole: we are very much in a wait-and-see mode.
the u.s. state department has issued a travel alert. warning americans in europe to avoid crowded places and to exercise extra caution. let's bring in fox news carrots kenny who joins us from our washington d.c. bureau. tell us about these warnings now. >> this is the security officials have been saying for months now. after the latest attacks, warnings come a lot stronger. the state department not issued a travel alert for the entire carton of planning additional attacks could be coming in the near future. terrorist groups continue to play an near-term attacks throughout europe. sporting events, tourist sites, restaurants and transportation. ever since the terrorist attacks the u.s. and european allies have been working extremely closer in intelligence to prevent these attacks if u.s. officials say unfortunately they just are not in in.
only matter of time till they see others like it. >> were not the mastermind of the terrorist attacks that brought in 90 potential terrorists into europe was ticking time bombs greatly concerned into the safety of europe. >> the arrest last week of salah abdeslam blakeley accelerated the timing of these attacks in brussels. after abdeslam suggested he'd been planning additional attacks in brussels. only a few days before he was arrested by security forces raided an apartment he was believed to be an unfunded isis flag with a lot of heavy weapons. lauren and nicole. nicole: thank you. live from washington. lauren: moving tribute from itself or the big guns of the brussels on maine. -- brussels bombing.
♪ lauren: database adel paying tribute to the brussels attacks with the rendition of make you feel my love. if you have captured this video as the crowd that their phones and their lighters. afterwards, she told the crowd, i don't think i've ever actually been so moved before in my life and i think they heard us. nicole: jack lawyer says it's going to rebuild a classic race car from the 1950s. alice thought to be lost forever. it will build from scratch than nine unit to the kx that were
destroyed in 1957 factory fire. it will sell for more than $1.45 million of the vehicles have already been sold. that leaves four available for delivery starting in early 2017. the original based on the racecar that once dominated the late steve mcqueen owning one of days. lauren: have some time to make 1.4 million. concussions are at a concert in schools. now we can determine quickly whether there's a brain and jury. this medical device can detect concussions in less than 62nd on the sidelines. the device is called a thing. a headmounted eye tracking device. it analyzes movement impairment and does so, get this, using virtual reality. developers say the device is not
claimed for a concussion. it simply detects any disruption of visual information. trade to look at the latest from the world of sports. the tampa bay rays with the cuban national team's. president obama sitting side-by-side in the stands they became tipped off much more significant. baseball diplomacy, part of the historic visit to cuba. tampa bay won the game four to one. this week, brind'amour designed as director of the bnp open tournament after say that female tennis players should be thankful to mount counterparts because they read on the coattails of the men as serena williams and other top tennis players said they were disgusted by comments. not serena is verbally sparred.
if i have a daughter and she plays tennis and i have a son and he placed tennis, i would hate to my son deserves more money because he's a man. charlotte hornets beat the brooklyn nets 105-111 games over 500 in their quest for playoff spots. fred kaminsky made his second career finish in 14-point, it can in the first quarter. lauren: coming up from a desperate manhunt across belgium for the third isis bomber. we will have the latest. plus presidential candidates react to the terror in brussels. >> you better get rid of isis quick as it's going to get worse. a lot worse. nicole: leadership isn't about any of those fears and anger. leadership is saying we can do this together. lauren: a big night of politics. donald trump and hillary clinton sleeping the winner take all state of arizona.
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nicole: breaking news this morning. a desperate manhunt looking for that many saw saw in a white coat. the third isis but to any brussels terror bombing. we now know that two suicide bombers were in fact brothers. the report live from london, died from washington. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: hike from everybody. i am lauren simonetti. donald trump and hillary clinton taking of winner take all state of arizona. victories in utah and idaho and ted cruz takes utah for the gop. we will have resolved. investors for the most part
sharp enough tearing your enough tearing your appeared to doubt enough tearing europe at the dow did snap a seven-game winning streak and travel status and leisure stocks stocks hit hard yesterday. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell or slightly lower. dow futures down 10 points, s&p futures a quarter one point. nicole: muted reaction as well pick the shanghai composite up one third of 1%. japan making a quarter of 1%. lauren: stuff straight this morning. i appear as if we did have the pharaohs for the most part yesterday by the end of session as well. the ftse montanists higher pay and points. dax and germany higher by 82. nicole: investors like the safety of that today get some of that back. gold is down $15 to 12.33 transparent oil $21.16 a barrel. meanwhile, president obama shrugging off the tear in brussels and taken on some baseball. the president now in argentina. it is now 5:31 a.m. in new york wednesday, march 23rd.
welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect a day ahead. a massive manhunt for a suspect under way after the horrific terror attacks. elgin police search for a man who was seen in this picture in the white jacket with two suspected bombers at the brussels airport. the bombers are brothers khalid and brahim bakraoui. they are in black on the left of your screen. they also had ties to the isis cell that carried out last november's attacks in paris. nicole: the death toll has risen to 34th pick the bombings also injured about 250 others. president obama has ordered american flags to be flown at half staff through saturday and the u.s. state department has issued an alert warning americans in europe to avoid crowded places and exercise extreme caution. lauren: some of the world's most famous monuments illuminated with the belgian flag from a
bright, yellow and black to so solidarity with brussels. a live report shortly. tragedy is presidential contest taken the winner take all state of arizona collecting 58 gop delegates, trump gets 47.1% of texas senator ted versus 24.7%. greasepaint trump in in utah with 69% of trumpets 14.2%. ohio governor john kasich receive 16.8%. bruce collects the states for a delegates and the take all caucuses. lauren: on the democratic side camejo clinton winning 16.7%. bernie sanders 39.8%. sanders takes utah with 79.2%. clinton received 20.4% there. sanders winning idaho with 78% of the vote. clinton 1021.2%. meanwhile, presidential candidates weigh in and on the attacks in brussels.
>> i think he should head back to washington and solve a problem. you better get rid of isis quick because it's going to get a lot worse. a lot of people gave me credit for the prediction -- >> i wish you were wrong. >> i wish you were wrong, too. presidents go over, combat can tell you what's going on. >> this is a war with radical islamic terrorism. isis has declared jihad on europe in the united states of america. they have declared their intention to murder as many as possible. >> if i were. >> if i were in cuba the last thing i would be doing is going to a baseball game. i would go back to washington and assemble all of my advisers and leaders of the civilized world to say okay, folks, we can't delay any longer. >> a lot of people are angry and frustrated.
a lot of people after what happened in brussels are afraid. but i think leadership is in about three and investors that anchor. leadership is saying look, but can do this together. the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. >> innings to be improved intelligence sharing with united states and allies all over the world to stop the recruiting effort of people being let into the terrible act of terrorism. lauren: peter barnes has details from arizona. reporter: voters in arizona were definitely talking about the attacks in brussels. they help bring the issues of immigration, legal or not legal, border security, national security into focus for them on the primary day.
one trump supporters says he reaffirmed his decision to vote for trump. >> or reaffirms -- >> i don't think of it right away because of security measures here. >> clintons have been in politics and foreign policy since i was first able to vote and that experience been involved with politics for that linux and tried and true. >> interest in the primary was so high that the recreation center. the polling location voters are lined up for hours all day long with lines around the building way around the corner and down the block. that to you in new york. lauren: peter burns in arizona, thank you so much. for the latest on the brussels
terror attacks among the spring and benjamin held by them under duress. good morning it was the latest. >> well, good morning. the reports the two attackers in brussels are unsure whether one is at the airport, but they do appear to be brothers and have criminal records and they were known to the police among the suspects still at large to be directly connect to. the three men on your screen are believed to be those attackers. khalid and brahim bakraoui had criminal records paid criminal records put the man in my comments are suspect to a suspected to be najim laachraoui. salah abdeslam, the man who was just caught. after that horrific scene has cleared, people scrambled to escape another suicide underestimated. a taxicab dropped up to two attackers at the airport.
he told police they had too much luggage and had to leave one bag behind. is that police to the programmer a pic them up in a search is underway. according to sources so far, chemicals are found in the apartment. it is thought that bob [speaking in native tongue] could've been an extra bombing at the death toll could have been a lot higher. isis has claimed responsibility and the question now is how many more in the works are there a there. in the heart of brussels an hour after the airport explosion, another blast ripped through a subway station. people scrambled to escape the smoke word out behind them. the identity of this attack are unclear but 20 people died in the attacks and to take place just at the u.s. embassy. directly connect it to the terrorist attacks. dna found on the paris explosives connected to the suspect at large. getting bigger. true to tell us why they are targeting brussels specifically.
reporter: well, i suspect in february said brussels was going to be next. brussels has the highest per capita number of people who have gone to favorite places in syria, up to 500. there are districts in brussels, mozambican particular. a high portion of muslims who have muslims who have always seen it as an enemy affairs. a lot of friction and tension there. for image in the center of all these attacks we see throughout europe. lauren: benjamin hall, thank you so much. nicole: president about has survived in argentina. the president criticized by republicans for not returning to the united state following the terror attacks in belgium. we do have details from fox business blake irving now. choosing a president obama says the bombings or another reminder that the world must unite to fight but he described the scourge of terrorism.
>> thoughts and prayers of the american people are with the people of belgium. we stand in solidarity with them in condemning the separatist attacks against innocent people. we will do whatever is necessary to support our friend and ally of elgin and bringing to justice those responsible. >> briefer marks the day to start visit to cuba. not long after he attended a baseball game alongside raul castro. contenders to present john kasich were crying foul saying the president should have returned home. >> i'm a little surprised that the president is going to a baseball game when i believe he should and had i been president that would've cut short by visit. i would've flown home. reporter: in washington they paused on the house floor. security precautions are put into place monday across the nation's capitol. law enforcement officials maintain no credible threat to washington.
back to you in new york. lauren: blake burman, thank you. a desperate manhunt rages across belgium. the latest on the hunt and traveled there for americans. a live report from washington coming up to presidential candidates react to the terror in brussels. >> you better give her devices quick because it's going to get worse. >> leadership isn't about banning those fears and anger. leadership is saying look, we can do this together. lauren: donald trump and hillary clinton to be the winner take all primaries. bernie sanders pull enough funds in utah and idaho. we'll have the latest results. dow futures higher by three points. nasdaq and s&p futures gaining two. you are watching reporter, your first look at money markets and breaking news.
nicole: let's get caught up what is happening now. massive manhunt after the horrific terror attacks in brussels. belgian police searching for advancing the two suspected hamas at the brussels airport. investigators identified the two brothers as khalid and brahim bakraoui. they also had ties to the iss cell that carried out last november's attacks in paris. in politics, donald trump at the winner take all state of arizona collecting 58 gop delegates. trump wins by a wide margin. he gets 47.1% of texas senator ted cruz had 24 points 7%.
cruise speeds trump in utah. he gets a whopping 69% of trump has 14.2%. ohio governor john kasich c. 16.8%. the delegates of the majority take all caucuses. let's are new to the democratic side. nearly clinton when he was 67.7%. bernie sanders gets 39.8%. 79.2%. clinton received 20.4% there. sanders also went idaho gets 78% clinton has 21.2%. in the markets, let's check at u.s. stock market futures this morning. see dow futures are down one. p and nasdaq just pulling out like a period again a shortened trading week. friday close. lauren: investor showing it certain numbness to the terror attacks and resilience at the same time. the u.s. state department issued
a travel alert to avoid crowded places and exercise extra caution. let's bring in garrett kennedy who joins us from our washington d.c. bureau. good morning to you. >> lauren, good morning. this traveled the entire european con at an warrant additional attacks could be coming in the near future. the alert states that terror groups continue to plan your turbotax director of targeting sporting events, restaurants and transportation. the last time a travel alert of this scale was issued in november after the attacks and everson the u.s. and european allies have been working extremely close shared intelligence to prevent these attacks and u.s. officials say law enforcement agencies across europe and the cells across europe ticking time bombs. >> i can't say this came as a surprise.
we've been worried about europe for quite some time. the 10th paris attacker was taken into custody. this could've been an accelerated rate bonds. >> the attacker arrested last week is salah abdeslam, one of the logistic vendors of the terrorist attack and possibly just this past week, officials say salah abdeslam has sold investigators had been planning additional attacks in brussels. for the number come investigators hope to learn more about other potential attacks in the unlike state terror cells across europe as well. lauren: how many are guaranteed. buy from washington, thank you so much. >> coming up, a moving tribute to the singer adele to the victims of the brussels bombing. ♪
♪ nicole: adele paying tribute to the terror attack victims make you feel my love london to bring that. it can capture the videos crowd put up their funds in their letters. afterwards, adele told the crowd i don't think i've ever actually been some moves before in my life. i think they hurt us. lauren: let's get caught up in u.s. stock market futures. dow unchanged. best of the market side as well. yesterday the dow snap the winning streak at the nasdaq now hire five days in a row. they are one point gain. nicole: key commodities. gold at 1235 victoria patrick
and them yesterday. oil 4111 to 30 cents right now. a stock to watch day's night of fun out of step with investors for improved results sliding 6% in after-hours trading to revenue estimates taken at the stronger u.s. dollar. the company did see strong demand and basketball shoes and a big apparel. classic mac in belgrade to choose someplace up with the push of the button pierced outside shoes you also have to charge. my son wants us. nicole: jaguar will build a classic race car for the 1950s thought to be lost forever. it will build from scratch to nine units at the skf destroyed in the 1957 fact or fire. it will sell for more than $1.45 million other vehicles have targeted old. that list for available for you but delivers guarding in early
2017. the original based on the racecar that once dominated in the late steve mcqueen on one of these. lauren: before you head out the door, a literature once they forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. how's it looking? >> good morning. we have a stronger tracking. taken a look at the radar this morning, you can tell some activity across parts of the northeast. of the. they cannot fight snow across parts of new england but more significant storm system taking place across parts of the plains, upper great lakes and further west into parts of the rockies. we have warnings this morning across northeastern colorado and accident parts of nebraska and kansas and that could turn up here as we are not only going to be seen snow accumulation, but also strong wind potentially costing over 40 miles per hour
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maria: breaking this up to the manhunt was underway for the third man in the picture. three of the terrorists from yesterday. the man in white was just now arrested. this man in white, beside the brothers khalid and brahim bakraoui in the brussels attacks yesterday. the breaking news, najim laachraoui has not been arrested. now we turn it over to "mornings with maria". maria: thank you so much good breaking developments.
hi, maria bartiromo. wednesday, march 23rd. as you heard the reported arrest in brussels this morning. a local newspaper reported the third attacker has been captured. we've got the story coming up right now. breaking up or not can or not can the results are in from arizona and utah. donald trump and hillary clinton extended arizona. ted cruz paid job in the utah caucus securing 40 delegates. we'll speak with ted cruz coming out. bernie sanders winning and utah as well as idaho. as we told you, that there is a spec arrested. more than 30 people are dead. dozens of others injured. three suspects identified in the two of them reportedly brothers. the candidates weighed in. >> you have radical islamic terrorists all over the place and it not going to be the end. it seems to be a breeding ground. we need a es