>> the manhunt for the third suspect in the belgium attacks rages on. isis has sent 400 fighters to attack europe. i am local penalties. >> we have a live report with the latest developments. in the markets the tao ending yesterday with a two day losing streak. let's check stock market futures ahead of the opening bell, dow futures down 43, s&p down 6. in asia a strong dollar pressuring stocks. in china the shanghai composite falling, the nikkei slipping
0.6%. after falling 4 present yesterday crude oil prices right now pulling back even further, down 1.3%. >> a new fox poll shows ted cruz narrowing the gap with donald trump. we have the numbers for you. >> the fbi hires an israeli firm to unlock an iphone used by a terrorist. dirksen senate office building national football league owners crackdown on player conduct during games and alex rodriguez reveals when he might retire but later he backtracks a bit. those stories and more coming up. 5:01 eastern time, welcome to icao. dirksen senate office building thank you for joining us. and intense manhunt underway in belgium for a suspect in the brussels terror attack. that man seen with the two bombers, evidence is mounting that the same isis cell carried
brussels tomorrow. for more on the latest developments we will be live in brussels a few minutes from now. dirksen senate office building president obama is in argentina, his first official state visit to that country in the wake of the brussels terrorist attacks, he is defending his strategy against isis. blake berman has details from washington. >> reporter: president obama tried to silence critics in argentina who said his response tuesday in cuba to the brussels attack was underwhelming. in less then a minute he spoke for 6 sentences about brussels and went to a baseball game with raul castro. pressed by reporters the president left no doubt as to his priorities. >> i understand why this is the top priority of the american people and i want them to understand this is my top priority as well. the top priority of my national security team, military and intelligence officers, top priority of our diplomats. >> reporter: the president took on ted cruz who reiterated
wednesday that he would carpet bomb isis into oblivion as he put it. president obama was asked about those comments he called them inhumane, contrary to our values and a recruiting tool for isis. >> now for the latest on the brussels terror attacks, john huddy is live in brussels. good morning. >> good morning. before i get to the headlines, some major developments. we are standing outside one of the main train terminals in downtown brussels. you can see a line of passengers being screened at the security checkpoint by soldiers here, very tight security in the wake of tuesday's attack. a number of police are standing
guard as transportation remains very limited in brussels in the airport where those bombings happened, remains closed. there are reports of a second bomber that happened during the metro attack tuesday. those are unconfirmed reports. we are reaching out to the prosecutor's office. there has been no comment from the prosecutor's office. that is a major development and another suspect is on the run. the airport bombing, the three men shown in that footage, one of them was initially believed to be the man in the white jacket. as it turns out he is on the left side. he was one of the two that carried out the suicide bombing. the man in the white jacket, we still don't have a id but he is one of the suspects at large. then there are the two brothers,
in the middle of the airport, he carried out one of the two suicide bombings. his brother carried out the metro attack and again as i mentioned there are unconfirmed reports about a second bomber in that attack. and another important development turkish officials say that he was deported back to belgium and red flag to belgian officials who according to turkey ignored the warnings. that is a significant development as far as the flagging of the suspect in the hunt for the suspects. all these men had ties to the paris bomber who as we know was arrested friday in brussels, he is scheduled to be arraigned in court later today. transportation remains limited. the airport remains shut down. according to officials it will remain so through at least saturday. we are waiting for more information.
the terror threat remains at its highest level in brussels in the wake of tuesday's horrific attack. security remains tight outside the main terminals in downtown brussels. soldiers, police checking all the passengers. dirksen senate office building john huddy, thank you so much. >> the race for the white house continues to heat up. new fox news national poll showing ted cruz gaining on donald trump for the republican nomination. the two candidates are now within the margin of error with trump at 41%, ted cruz at 38%, john kasich at 17%. darren shaw who is on the fox news decision desk telling charles payne, john kasich is splitting the vote among people who don't support trump. >> i don't know what game john kasich is playing, maybe he is
angling for a position in a donald trump administration but he is really complicating efforts of the republican establishment. marymac hillary clinton is up double digits to bernie sanders. clinton has 55% support for the nomination versus sanders's 42%. that is a change from last month when sanders led clinton by three points nationally after he won the new hampshire primary. the political spotlight shows wisconsin primary, 42 delegates at stake when voters head to the polls. donald trump telling lou dobbs he is confident he will win despite all the money being spent to defeat him. >> i hope to do well in wisconsin. we should do well there. they are spending millions, millions of dollars on ads. >> republican national committee chairman debating the possibility of a contested convention last night with sean
hannity. >> i can't help you if you don't want to understand that you need a majority of the vote to be the nominee. the plurality of the people -- a plurality of the vote on the floor is not going to cause someone to be the nominee. the minority of delegates does not control who the nominee is going to be. >> trump has 739 delegates and just over 1200 are needed for the party's nomination. getting close. >> the fbi is getting outside help in its efforts to unlock an iphone used by one of the terrorist attack shooters. an israeli newspaper says israel is helping the fbi, a provider of software, apple is in a big legal battle with the justice department over the judge's order that it help the fbi get into the phone. if successful the order against apple will no longer be
necessary. >> local market action, the shanghai composite in china down 1.6%, the hang seng in hong kong down 1.4%. the nikkei down as well. >> the cat current is down 1.3%, the german dax is down 1%, we have a strong us dollars that has been weighing on commodities and energy overall. the final day of trading for the week because markets are closed, tomorrow good friday ahead of the easter holiday and it looks like we don't want to end the week on a positive note, dow jones down 15 points, s&p down 8, nasdaq giving up 20. >> let's check oil and gold, down $.58, gold is down $7.4 at $12.18 a troy ounce. >> the dollar has been strong. this is how it is trading now.
you can see all of them, the canadian dollar, mexican peso and japanese yen down versus the us dollar. >> here is a look at the ten year yield, 1.87%. dirksen senate office building here's a look at headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal, star wars seeks to unseat yahoo's board. the company's board and management failed to live up to promises, credits we spools back on its investment bank, and cutting thousands of jobs from its trading unit and punk turns 40. a series of exhibitions and eventss mark the 40th anniversary of what exploded onto the music scene in the 1970s. >> the latest on the hunt for suspects in the brussels bombing. google is bailing out of the robot business. why they don't see a future.
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dirksen senate office building let's get you caught up on what is happening now. a suspect in the brussels terror attack, that man was seen with two bombers at the brussels airport. evidence now mounting that the same isis cell carried out the attacks in paris and brussels. suspected bombmaker was one of the airport bombers in brussels, his dna found on the suicide belts used in the terrorist attacks. the other airport bomber was detained last summer in turkey on suspicion of being an isis
member. turkish authorities released him after belgium could not find that he had a link to the terror group. the two candidates are now within the margin of error with donald trump at 41%, ted cruz at 38%. on the democratic side hillary clinton is up double digits to bernie sanders, hillary has 55% support, sanders 42%. stocks, let's show you stock market futures slumping again, dow futures down 62 points. >> people with familiar with the matter say google alphabet is getting out of the robot business after three years. they say alphabet is trying to sell austen dynamics which was the centerpiece of its program. there is concern about alphabet's ability to generate revenue from robots. at least six robotic firms in 2013. workers in those firms have been assigned to the division that
works on long-term projects. amazon says a survey recently conducted shows its female employees earn as much of their male counterparts. the company has been under pressure from activist shareholder to disclose its policy on gender pay equality. amazon estimates women made 39% of the global workforce, 24% as managers as of july and amazon says a review compensation found women earned 99.9 cents for every dollar men earned in the same job. coming up the new york auto show gets underway tomorrow. we have a preview of the supercars getting all of the attention. >> a lot of attention to our brand. it is very possible. lauren: national football league owners crackdown on player conduct and alex rodriguez of
the first one ever made by the quintessential luxury sports car maker sells for $73,000 and features leather and silk interiors and a ferrari built engine. then there is the lincoln navigator, gullwing doors on this concept for the ford motor company's biggest suv. we spoke to mark fields about it. >> next-generation navigator next year. it won't have the gullwing doors. >> reporter: there are other supercars, nissan's gtr and audi's spider unveiled on the foxbusiness network. running counter to the rest, toyota. you are looking at a toyota
prime previous, previous prime is the name. a plug-in hybrid, the first ever plug-in hybrid from the folks at toyota, this gets 20 miles to the gallon on a single charge when plugged in and the overall mpg and equivalent of 120 miles to the gallon. i am jeff locke. lauren: i appreciate the miles to the gallon on the last collar but our mouths dropped on those fancy suvs in the beginning. >> national football league owners adopted a new rule cracking down in conduct on the field approving a 1-year trial of a rule that would eject the player that draws two unsportsmanlike conduct from those categories including throwing a punch or kicking an opponent, taunting, using abusive or threatening language,
gestures, unsportsmanlike conduct penalties at a high of 75 in 2015. alex rodriguez told an espn writer he will play two more seasons and retire. a rod's 2 $75 million contract with the yankees expires, yankees, later he hedged a bit saying see what happens after the contract is up. the 40-year-old's brother is fourth on the career home run list, 687. joe garcia lot was no legend on the field but he was one off the field. he died yesterday at the age of 90. is tween 9 year baseball career was modest but he became a legend with his 60 year broadcasting career. he was a hall of fame sports broadcaster, worked on the today show, the tonight show, game shows, hosted the westminster dog show telecast.
he was a member of the st. louis cardinals 1946 world series championship team. lauren: he will be missed. the midwest being pounded by heavy snow. a powerful spring storm forcing denver's airports to shut down wednesday closing major roadways in colorado, wyoming and nebraska. maria molina is tracking the latest. >> we are tracking a massive winter and spring storm breezing -- bringing blizzard conditions to the midwest. that how massive it is, snow stretching across the interior northeast into parts of the midwest and the planes, storms across the plains from texas to illinois early this morning. a massive storm system, winter storm warnings in effect across parts of the great lakes into minnesota and iowa. you have blizzard warnings because the combination of
strong wind and heavy snowfall rates will produce white out conditions out there. it will be dangerous on roadways, people are recommended to stay home and we could still be seeing 6 to 12 inches of snowfall across the region. across the warm sector of the storm sector, from the great lakes to the gulf coast, there is a threat for storms for isolated tornadoes across mississippi, alabama and extending into tennessee. stay safe out there. get those weather warnings throughout the day. nicole: coming up the latest on the hunt for the third suspect in the brussels bombing and new reports that say isis sent 400 fighters to attack europe. we have a late report live from brussels. in politics the head of the republican party says don't expect a fight at the convention. >> the nominee is likely to be
by a long shot the person who is actually running for president. nicole: the latest from the campaign trail. we will tell you about an israeli firm the fbi has hired to unlock a terrorist's iphone without the help of apple. you are watching "cavuto coast to coast" -- wynn, morning markets, breaking news. [ beep ] but you'll be glad to see it here. fidelity -- where smarter investors will always be. if only the signs were as obvious when you trade. fidelity's active trader pro can help you find smarter entry and exit points and can help protect your potential profits. fidelity -- where smarter investors will always be.
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numb 1.6%. nicole: after falling 4% yesterday crude oil prices down 1.6%, $31.13 a barrel. lauren: ted cruz narrowing the gap with donald trump. the fbi hires an israeli company to unlock an iphone used by a terrorist. nicole: national football league owners crackdown on player conduct during games. alex rodriguez of the new york yankees reveals when he might retire but backtracks a little bit. lauren: it is march 24th. welcome to "fbn a.m.". it is the last trading day of the week, the latest breaking news and what to expect on the day i had. nicole: and intense manhunt for a man in belgium seen with two bombers at the brussels airport and officials say evidence that the same isis cell carried out
the attacks in paris and brussels and the suspected bomber was one of the two airport bombers in brussels. najim laachraoui's dna was on the suicide belts used in the paris attacks. nicole: this other guy, was detained in turkey on suspicion of being an isis member after belgium could not find he had a link to the terror group. his brother blue himself up, khalid el-bakraoui, at a subway station. a second attacker is suspected of taking part in the subway bombing. he might be at large. nicole: isis has trained 400 attackers and sent them into europe. john kerry plans to visit brussels tomorrow. for more on the latest development a live report from brussels a few minutes from now.
lauren: president obama is in argentina, his first state visit to the country in the wake of the terror attacks, the president defending his strategy against isis. blake berman has details. >> reporter: president obama tried to silence critics in argentina who said his response to the brussels attack in cuba was underwhelming. the president spoke about brussels for six sentences and hours later went to a baseball game with raul castro. press for an explanation the president left no doubt as to his priority. >> i understand why this is the top priority of the american people and i want them to understand this is my top priority as well. it is the top priority of my national security team and the top priority of the military, and our intelligence officers, the top priority of our diplomats. >> reporter: the president took
on ted cruz, the presidential contender reiterated that he would carpet bomb isis into oblivion as he put it. president obama was asked about the comments, he called them inhumane, contrary to our values and a recruiting tool for isis. lauren: thank you very much. nicole: now for the latest on the brussels terror attack we bring in john huddy live in brussels. what are you learning? >> reporter: there are reports that a belgian news network are reporting there may have been a second metro subway bomber along with another suicide attacker. those reports are unconfirmed. we are reaching out to the federal prosecutor's office, prosecutors have not commented as of yet. security and the terror threat remain at the highest in
brussels. we showed you at the top of the hour we are standing outside one of the main train terminals in brussels. people are being screened by soldiers as they enter the terminal. there is a high police presence in the wake of tuesday's attack. this as we are getting a clearer picture about the suspect involved. surveillance video from the airport shows those three bombers, initially it was believed that one of them, najim laachraoui, was wearing a light coat. officials rick confirmed he was wearing the dark coat and carried out one of the suicide bombings. the man in the middle carried out the second one. the one in the white jacket who has not been identified remains at large. ibrahim carried out the report in the airport, his brother
khalid el-bakraoui carried out the metro attack. there are reports of a second bomber. another major development, turkish officials say ebert team was deported to the netherlands and belgian officials were notified and warned because he is from belgium and according to turkish officials those warnings may have been ignored by officials here. he returned and was already on police radar and lived here because he had a criminal background. all of these men were tied to the terrorist bomber who was arrested here, he will be arraigned on terrorism charges later today. the terror threat level remains at its highest in brussels. there is heavy security outside the train station. transportation is limited and the airport, the site of those horrific attacks tuesday remains shut down and that will likely
be the case through at least saturday. nicole: thank you, excellent reporting live in brussels, thanks. lauren: the race for the white house continues to heat up. a fox news national poll shows ted cruz gaining on front runner donald trump for the republican nomination. the two candidates are now within the margin of error with trump at 41%, ted cruz 38%. john kasich has 17%. darren shaw who is at the decision desk told charles payne john kasich is splitting the vote among people who don't support donald trump. >> i don't know what game he is playing, maybe he is a happy warrior angling for a position in a trump administration but he is complicating efforts of the republican establishment to do in trump. nicole: hillary clinton is up double digits to bernie sanders. clinton has 55% support to sanders's 42%.
that the change from last month when sanders led clinton after he won the national primary. a political spotlight shifts to wisconsin and the republican primary. 42 delegates will be there when they head to the polls, donald trump telling lou dobbs he is confident he will win despite all the money being spent to defeat him. >> we will do well in wisconsin. i hope to do well in wisconsin and we should do well there but they are spending millions of dollars on ads. nicole: the committee chairman debating the possibility of a convinced of it contested convention with sean hannity. >> i can't help you if you don't want to understand you need a majority of the vote to be the nominee. a plurality of the people. vote floor is not going to cause
someone to be the nominee. the minority of delegates does not control who the nominee is going to be. nicole: donald trump has 739 delegates, 1200 are needed for the party nomination. lauren: the fbi is getting help in unlocking the iphone used by one of the san bernardino terrorists. israeli newspapers reporting an israeli company is helping the government here, a provider of local forensic software. apple in a legal battle with the justice department over the order to help the fbi get into the iphone 5c. if successful the order against apple will no longer be necessary. a couple days ago apple said they are cautiously optimistic
their technology will work. nicole: we are seeing stocks down across the board in china, the shanghai composite index down 1.6%, hong kong and hang thing down the 1.3%, nikkei down 1.5% and because the down halfback%. >> stocks are down. the cac in paris down 65 and the dax in germany down 115 points down 1%. lauren: the last day of trading, tomorrow is good friday holiday, two days of selling we have not seen since february 29th. the rally that started running courts. that is what we are seeing down 66. nicole: we had a huge build in crude supplies last week, three times what was expected. another 1.6%. nicole: we talk about the strong
dollar. lauren: the mexican peso and japanese yen all week or. nicole: that we 10 year treasury down 1.8%. lauren: general mills is the stock to watch after better-than-expected quarterly profits, the maker of cheerios and yoplait yogurt impacting weaker sales. the makers of processed foods and a few healthy glasses. general motors did win $.65 a share. analysts expect $.62, and they did fall by 8%. shares are storing up 14%. nicole: the latest on the hunt for suspect in the brussels bombing. google bailing out of the robot business. they don't see a future, might have to do with legs on that robot there. and activist shareholder
nicole: let's get you caught up on what is happening now. and intense manhunt in the brussels terror attack, the man seen with the two bombers at the brussels airport and evidence is mounting the same isis cell carried out attacks in paris and brussels. the suspected bomber is one of two airport bombers in brussels, najim laachraoui's dna was found in the belt used in the terror attacks. the other bomber was detained last summer in turkey on suspicion of being an isis
member. after belgium could not find he had a link to the terror group. a fox news paul, national poll showing ted cruz gaining on donald trump for the republican nomination. the two candidates are in the margin of error with trump at 41% and ted cruz at 48%. hillary clinton, to senator bernie sanders, 55% support for the nomination, sanders 42%. we are off for good friday. traders are off, google alphabet getting out of the robot business and trying to sell boston dynamics. the centerpiece of google's
robot program. can't make money or find purpose for them aside from use by the military, alphabet bought boston dynamics and six of the robotic firms in 2013. and alphabet's division that works on long-term moonshot projects that often make no money. amazon says its female employees earn as much as their male counterparts. the company is under pressure from an activist shareholder to disclose policies on gender pay equality. amazon estimates women made up 30% of its global workforce and 24% of managers. amazon says a review of compensations as women earned $.99 for every dollar that men earned in the same jobs. coming up the auto show gets underway, we have a preview of supercars that are getting all the attention. >> a lot of attention to the
brand. it is profitable. nicole: the calendar says it is spring but a giant snowstorm closed the airport in denver. we have the latest wild weather from maria molina. checking in on stock index futures it looks like we have three days of selling in a row. dow jones down 61 points, nasdaq futures down 20. you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here. ♪ [engine revs] ♪ ♪ [engine revving] the all-new audi a4 is here.
>> the auto show is all about the suv. what is the buzz about this? that is a maserati suv. the first whatever made by the quintessential luxury and sports carmaker, it sells for $73,000 and features leather and silk interiors and a ferrari built engine. then there is the lincoln navigator, those are gullwing doors on this concept for the ford motor company's biggest suv. we talked to mark fields about it. >> we introduce the next generation navigator next year but it won't have the gullwing doors. jeff: then there are the supercars, which unveiled first on the foxbusiness network. finally running counter to the
rest toyota looking at a toyota prime previous, previous prime, a plug-in hybrid, the first ever plug-in hybrid from the folks at toyota, this gets 20 miles to the gallon on a single charge and the overall mpg, equivalent over numb 120 miles to the gallon. at the new york auto show i am jeff locke. nicole: well done. nicole: the latest from the world of sports. national football league owners cracking down on conduct on the field. they approved the 1-year trial and the role that would eject the player, draws two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties from specific categories including throwing a punch, kicking an opponent, taunting, using abusive or threatening language or
gestures, unsportsmanlike conduct penalties. they hit a high of 75 last year. alex rodriguez said he will take two more seasons and retire. the end of the 2017 season is when a rod's contract expires. later, we will see what happens after his contract is up. the controversial slugger is forced on the career home run list of 687. the new york knicks 115 to numb 107 last night. a career-high 29 points and grabbed we 10 rebounds adding 24 points, behind the detroit pistons for the eighth and final playoff spot. lauren: the midwest has been pounded by heavy snow. a spring storm forced denver's airport to shut down wednesday and closed major roadways in
wyoming and nebraska. maria molina is tracking at all. she is here with the latest. maria: you know it is bad when people in colorado that are so used to this weather have to abandon their vehicles on roadways. we are looking at the storm system leaving colorado and bringing areas of heavy snowfall across minnesota, wisconsin and parts of michigan where winter storm warnings are in effect and even blizzard warnings in green bay and surrounding areas. very heavy snowfall, 6 to 12 inches possible, that in combination with the winds produce white out conditions. in the warm sector of the storm system we are tracking storms. later today they could bring in severe weather along the gulf coast into parts of the great lakes, damaging winds and large hail a concern. we have the threat for tornadoes in alabama, mississippi and
maria: strong us dollar pressuring in asia, down arrows, london and ftse and the german dax down 1%. at home tomorrow, good friday a holiday, dow jones futures down 57, s&p down 8, back to back losses for the tao. looking at crude oil we are seeing that down 1.8%. now we go to "mornings with maria". maria: happy thursday. i am maria bartiroma on march 24, 6 am on the east coast.
new details in the investigation into the attacks on brussels. authorities looking for a second suspect in the subway bombing. the associated press told that isis sent 400 fighters to target europe. rudy giuliani saying hillary clinton bears some responsibility for the wave of terrorism that is plaguing the world. >> hillary clinton could be considered a founding member of isis. maria: a live report from brussels later on the program. turning to the race to the white house, polls show donald trump still has a lead over ted cruz and john kasich. looking toward the general election ted cruz and john kasich top hillary clinton. spring snow over denver. the mile high city hit with a blizzard. we will tell you where the storm is going. dramatic rescue