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nicole: breaking news this morning candidates crises-cross wisconsin one day before primary. ted cruz looking for a win and donald trump takes john kasich for keeping on running. cheryl: candidates debate having a debate. we will have all the campaign highlights. nicole: six weekly gain. let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. we are seeing up arrows. s&p futures up 3. cheryl: asian markets are close but japan's nikkei lower and south korea gain slightly
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overnight. nicole: after falling nearly 7% last week, let's check out how crude oil is this morning dropping down 19 cents at 36.60 a barrel. cheryl: fox business, alaska air is closing in on deal to buy virgin america. a deal closing this morning. nicole: the company plan to go file for bankruptcy in the coming weeks and it could mark one of the biggest financial collapses in years. we will have that story. cheryl: in sports, the baseball is underway and rematch of the world series the royals and mets met up last night. striking out 10 and driving in the season first run. the stories and more coming up. nicole: well, it's 5:01 a.m., we look cheryl casone for lauren simonetti. it's "fox 46 news", the latest
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breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. cheryl: well, we have breaking news. documents from law firm revealing weeks of offshore holdings of world leaders as well as businessmen, celebrities, the president of argentina, iceland's prime minister and the king of saudi arabia, the so-called panamá papers suspect money laundering as well as drug deals. nonprofit organization based in washington released those documents. the data covers a period of almost four decades from 1977 to 2015. nicole: donald trump and senator ted cruz campaigning in wisconsin. now, wisconsin has 42 republican delegates. many recent polls show donald trump trailing ted cruz by double digits. kasich is campaigning in new
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york today. currently trump has 732 delegates, cruz has 463 and kasich 143. >> we defend all of these countries. we are not proper reimbursed for the kind of money that we are spending. they always say trump wants to go nuclear, i don't, i really don't, when you have north korea and japan and they are very close to each other and frankly we are sort of semiinvolved, we don't want to be involved. at one point i want them to pay. you will make companies more competitive. it'll be a big problem. i told ted cruz he would be
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terrible president. i don't want him to be under any pressure, it's not going to have any pressure. cheryl: the arguments sparked by a group on a large american flag outside of the trump rally, by the way, you want to make sure to tune in the fox business for special coverage of wisconsin primary. starts tomorrow night height here on the fox business network. >> nicole: hillary clinton and bernie sanders clashing over possible debate before new york primary. the former secretary of state at msnbc meet the press talking about the issue. >> we have offered dates and we have been trying to figure out when we could do this but there's a lot of talk to about. and since last debate we had terrorist attacks and brussels -- >> you think there almost has to be?
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>> i'm confident that there will be. nicole: vermont senator the clinton campaign wants are just unworkable. >> first, i'm very glad that the secretary has accept it had challenge to debate in new york. i think we can work out a date that works for her schedule and works for my schedule doing it during the nca finals or whatever makes no sense. doing it in the morning when people are in the going to watch in large numbers, makes no sense. i'm confident that we will work out a time. nicole: two candidates are currently clinton has 1,712 delegatings while senator has 1,011. cheryl: let's take a closer look at the poll ahead of tomorrow's primary in wisconsin. jerry willli has details. >> according to fox business
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network poll donald trump and hillary clinton are both finding a lack of support among key demographic groups in wisconsin. donald trump's biggest on stackable appears to be with women facing a 19-point gender gap with gop female voters. ted cruz half of republican women voters with trump at 27% and john cosick 21%. hillary clinton faces bigger gap with voters under 45. bernie sanders a whopping 69% of that category versus 22% for clinton, a deficit for 27 points for the former secretary of state. the poll conducted march 28th and march 30th shows sanders leading by fife points among all democratic wisconsin voters and cruz leads trump by 10 points among all republican wisconsin voters. back to you guys. cheryl: all right, jerry willis. thank you, jeri.
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nicole: amtrak train killed two workers. traveling from new york to savannah, georgia yesterday when it hit a backhoe on the track. >> we have recovered the event data recorder. the video and the inward facing video to send the lab troir in washington, d.c. nicole: cash derail it had lead engine. fire officials said more than 30 passengers were sent to hospitals for injury that is were not life threatening. amtrak service has resumed but maybe delays between philadelphia and delaware. cheryl: let's get you caught up in global market action. the kospi in south korea gaining 2.7%. in japan nikkei losing. nicole: we still have the idea of the british exit. we still have the greeks
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battling for a budget. cheryl: and u.s. stock market future looking like this on your monday. we have some green arrows right now. dow pointing higher by 17. s&p three and a quarter and nasdaq high by 7. nicole: we are seeing oil under pressure here. 36.56 a barrel and gold down 5 bucks at # 2.18 a troy ounce. cheryl: here is how the dollar is trading right now. the euro, canadian pound, peso flat and the japanese yen higher. nicole: ten-year yield 1.77%. cheryl: reported on friday that alaska air was interested in buying virgin america, sparking a bidding war with jetblue. today reports say that alaska has topped jetblue for vir inamerica.
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and a fox news town hall in wisconsin hosted said he would keep a close eye on a lot of the mergers. >> i don't like the mergers because you will have some big fat airline. that may not be the republican thing to say f we don't have competition to keep competition, we are going to have a lot of problems in the country. cheryl: likely close look from government regulators. nicole: solar power companies facing financial troubles. the details now from adam shapiro. >> largest global development country in the world but it's teetering on the inch of bankruptcy and now it's the target of a department of justice investigation. in documents filed with the secc said it received subpoena from the justice department seeking
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information about financing activities regarding the failed $2.2 billion bid to buy vibrant solar. doj also wants information about employee who was alleged to have, and this is a quote, committed wrong doing in connection with the termination negotiations. viban, the solar canceled the deal to file extension 2015 report with the sec. during an earning's call last november sunedison reported it has 1.4 billion in cash and sufficient liquidity to cover debt, sunedison was roughly $10 billion but the stock has absolutely crashed and sunedison
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market cap on friday was around $170 million. sunedison like other renewable energy firms has received tax subsidies and grants from the u.s. and state governments which total about four and a half million dollars. nicole, cheryl, back to you. cheryl: here are the headlines.. the staggering figure could represent evolution for tesla and electric cars. and why the iphone breach is a win for users. experts say that lawful hacking makes software for secure. the debate continues. nicole: inside the new tesla is going to feel like a spaceship. coming up the american country
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awards. rock las vegas. ♪ ♪ ♪ nicole: we will have the winner and first passenger air flight takeoff in brussels sinister risk attacks. highest levels on friday and s&p futures up 24 you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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giancarlo stanton: it's not just one person, it's a group, it's a team. chris capuano: just that simple act is transforming someone else's life. margaret: it'll just make you feel so good about yourself. giancarlo stanton: it's one of the best feelings in the world.
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cheryl: it is 5:15 a.m. in new york. presidential candidates will be logging a lot of miles in wisconsin today in advance of tomorrow's primary. 42 delegates at stake and the winner-take-all primary. senator ted cruz is leading donald trump in the polls. trump pressure john kasich to drop out of the race and free up his votes. officials say the amtrak passenger train crash into a backhoe that was on the tracks. a deal for virgin america maybe announced today.
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reports say that alaska air won the bidding worry over jetblue. finally checking the u.s. stock market futures ahead of opening bell, pointing to higher open, s&p 4 and a quarter and nasdaq almost 10. ight now. nicole: all right, thanks, cheryl. brussels airport opened yesterday for the first time sinister risk bombing that killed people 12 days ago. the airport handled just three flights yesterday, the first one headed for portugal with about 80 pagers. the goal to return to full operations before the start of summer holidays. chris was big winner of last night's academy. male vocalist of the year, new male vocalist of the year and song of the year for nobody to blame. now tied with garth brooks for
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the most wins. the night's biggest winning entertainer of the year. >> i was just start to go think this one wasn't in the cards for me but i may be rough around the edges but i love the business and i love the fans that support it so thank you very much. nicole: miranda lambart won for female of the year. vocal duo and group of the year. the night was hosted by luke bryan and included performance from carry underwood and we are ache that performed, scott willis. now, one of the most anticipated performances of the night was from country music legend dolly
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parton and katie perry. ♪ ♪ ♪ nicole: that's great. dolly parton was awarded from movie based off the singer's childhood. >> the greatest gladeiator match in the history of the world. god versus man. cheryl: batman versus superman but suffers a severe decline. in sports, the baseball season is underway and rematch of world series, royals and mets face off
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and the pirates francisco took on the cardinals on season opener striking out ten and driving the first season's first run. coming up. checking u on your monday. dow pointing higher by 24, s&p up by 4 and nasdaq up by 10 in the premarket. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. when you think about success, what does it look like? is it becoming a better professor by being a more adventurous student?
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bruce wane versus tom wayne. that's a huge week. you shouldn't pick up a fight with this person. cheryl: held on the top spot this weekend with $52 million, in second weekend the superhero drama hat the fifth largest drop for a film that opened 100 million. however, has pulled 680 million worldwide so far. as for competition, eutopia from disney followed by my big fat greek wedding that came over three. $8.1million and miracles from heaven can 7 and a half million dollars. nicole: now let's take a look from the latest world of sports.
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kansas city beat new york mets. beat matt harvey 4-3 on rematch of the world series. runners at the corners in 9 innings, davis struck out wright and cespedes. francisco was throwing, he pitched six shutout innings and ten strike 4-1 win over the cardinals. first run of the baseball season for st. louis. curry scored 39 points. second most wins in the season. golden state needs to win four in the final five games to break the record and 72 victories that was set by chicago back in
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95-96. cheryl: staying on sports, retired woman soccer star amy wambach stopped after running the red light and failed sobriety test and driving under the influence. amy posted apologizing, this is all by me. she is the usa all-time leading scorer. one of the wambach sponsoring, it is withdrawing ads. cheryl: nicole: let's get a look at your monday morning forecast, we bring in fox meteorologist maria molina. maria: good morning. we had intensify producing winds
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and snowfall across small spots. places like southern new england and yet another storm system bringing snow around pennsylvania, also into southern parts of new england. out here we have winter-weather advisories and extending to boston, 3-inches of snowfall. cold continues to places like northeast along with snowfall and you can see temperatures across parts of southern planes are going to be very warm reaching upper 80's across some parts of texas. nicole: all right, let's head over to you, thank you very much. cheryl: coming up the battle of wisconsin one day left before voters go to the polls, we are going to dig down to the fox business poll numbers. gop front runner donald trump say a lot of democrats will vote for republicans in wisconsin.
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>> we have a lot of democrat turnovers, we are going to have a lot of crossovers from democrats, we have a very big election right here in wisconsin. cheryl: all right, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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cheryl: breaking news this morning, candidates chris cross wisconsin, ted cruz looking for a win while donald trump takes aim at john kasich for running. nicole: we will have that and all the highlights in the campaign trail. cheryl: will you go. six weekly gain. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow pointing higher by 27. s&p up by 4 and a half.
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nicole: japan's nikkei lower and south korea kospi higher. cheryl: after falling nearly 7% last week, let's check out how crude is starting, crude 37.71. nicole: alaska air is closing in on a deal to buy virgin air, the deal could be announced as early as this morning. cheryl: a different story if sunedison, could mark one of the biggest financial collapses in years, we are going to have that story. nicole: in sports the baseball season is now underway with rematch of the world series, royals and the mets faced off last night and pirates francisco took on the cardinals in the season opener striking out 10. driving in the season's first run. those stories and much more all coming up. cheryl: and it is 5:30 a.m. here in new york, monday, april 4th, we have all the latest breaking news and what to expect for the
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day ahead. nicole: breaking news this morning begins with this document from a law firm based revealing details of the offshore holdings of current and former world leaders, businessmen, celebrities and sports stars. they include the president of argentina, iceland's prime minister and $2 billion have been reported found in offshore accounts linked to close friends of russian vladimir putin. also hitting
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we don't want to be involved. at some point it could happen anyway. you are going to make a lot of the companies more noncompetitive and it would be a big problem. i told ted cruz. i think he would be a terrible president. i told ted cruz, i said, he doesn't have to endorse me. t not going to have any impact. nicole: heated exchange between trump and protestors and supporters in wisconsin yesterday. it was sparked by a group of protestors who stepped on a large american flag outside a trump rally. by the way, make sure to tune in to fox business of special
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coverage that starts at 8:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. cheryl: hillary clinton and bernie sanders clashing over a possible debate before the new york primary. the former secretary of state on nbc meet the press talking about the issue. were reoffered dates and we have done it over the last several weeks so, you know, we have been trying to figure out when we could do this but there's a lot of to talk about. since the last debate, we had terrorist attacks and -- >> you think there's got to be another debate? >> i'm confident that there will be. cheryl: vermont senator on state of the union saying the date campaign dates are unworkable. >> first, i'm very glad that the secretary has accepted the challenge to debate in new york. i think we can work out a date that works for her schedule and works for my schedule doing it
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during nca finals makes no sense, doing it in the morning when people are not going to be watching in large numbers makes no sense. but i'm confident that we will work out a time. cheryl: two candidates are fighting for wisconsin 86 delegates in tomorrow's primary clinton has 1,712 delegates, bernie sanders has 1,011. nicole: latest poll conducted by the fox business network and ahead of tomorrow's primary jerry willis with all the details. >> front runners are finding stumbling blocks in the badger state. both donald trump and hillary clinton are lacking support of key demographic groups in wisconsin. donald trump's obstacle appears to be women with gop female voters. ted cruz nets nearly half of
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republican women voters with trump at 27% and john kasich 21 pester. hillary clinton faces an even bigger gap with voters under 45. bernie sanders a whopping 69% of that category versus 22% for clinton. a deficit of 47 points for the former secretary of state. the poll which was conducted between march 28th and march 30th, show sanders leading clinton by five points among all democratic wisconsin voters and cruz leads trump by 10 points among all republican wisconsin voters. back to you guys. nicole: thank you, jeri. cheryl: well, tragedy on tracks after amtrak train killed two construction workers just outside of philadelphia. the passenger train was traveling to new york from savannah, georgia when it hit a backhoe on the track. >> we have recovered the event data recorder. the forward facing video and the
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inward facing video to sent to laboratory in washington, d.c. cheryl: a fire official say more than 30 passengers were sent to hospitals with injuries that were not life threatening. service has resumed but may be delays from philadelphia and delaware today. nicole: let's get you caught up on the global market action overnight. japan's nikkei down a quarter 1%. kospi gaining about a quarter 1%. cheryl: ftse in london 29, dax in germany up 67. nicole: looking at u.s. stocks after six-seven weeks of gains. dow futures are up 29 right now. s&p future 5 and nasdaq gaining almost 12. cheryl: commodity story front and center today. gold hitting strong 12.17, a loss of five bucks but the
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contract has been higher recently. nicole: bidding for virgin america could end today. alaska air was interested in virgin america and virgin shares hit high and alaska air topped jetblue with $2 billion in cash for virgin america. at a fox news town hall presidential candidate donald trump said he would keep an eye on mergers. >> well, i don't like a lot of the mergers that i'm seeing and you could end up with one big-fat airlines. that might be not the republican thing to say but if we don't have competition to keep competition, we are going to have a lot of problems in the country. nicole: virgin america will get likely close look from regulators. cheryl: solar company sunedison facing financial troubles.
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details from our own adam shapiro. >> largest global renewable energy development company in the world, but it's teetering on the edge of bankruptcy and now it's the target of a department of justice investigation. in documents filed with sec, sunedison received subpoena seeking infmation about financing activities regarding the failed $2.2 billion bid to buy vibrant solar. doj also wants information on sunedison employealed to have -- this is a quote, committed wrong doing in connection with the vibrant negotiation. vibrant canceled just before sun edison filed extension. admits is a target about
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statements regarding financial condition. during an earning's call last november sunedison reported it had $1.4 billion in cash and sufficient liquidity to cover more than $12 billion in debt. sunedison cap in july 2015 was roughly $10 billion but the stock has absolutely crashed. and sunedison's market cap was $170 million. sunedison like other renewable energy firms has also received tax subsidies and grants from the u.s. government that total a million dollars. back to you. cheryl: thanks, adam. coming up the american country music awards rock las vegas. ♪ ♪ cheryl: we are going to have all
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of the winners for you. and the first passenger flight takes off from the brussels airport since the terrorist attacks, we are going to have the details for you. and checking u.s. stock market futures as we go to break. right now the dow, s&p, nasdaq all point to go slightly higher opening this monday. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: let's get you caught up on what's happening now. presidential candidates logging miles ahead of tomorrow's primary. 42 delegates in the winner-take-all primary. senator ted cruz is leading donald trump in the polls and trump put pressure on governor john kasich to drop out of the race and free up his votes. two construction workers were killed when a train derailed south of philadelphia. officials say the amtrak passenger train crashed into a backhoe that was on the track. report say alaska air won bidding war for virgin america over jetblue. let's check out u.s. stock
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market futures. we have been sitting at highs at 2016. dow futures up 39, s&p futures up 5 and nasdaq up 12. that is what's happening now, cheryl. cheryl: all right, nicole. in other headlines, brussels airport reopened yesterday for the first time since the terrorist bombing that killed 16 people 12 days ago. a limited number of passengerred boarded flights. first one headed for portugal with about 80 passengers. the goal is to return to full operations before the start of the summer holidays. well, chris was big winner last night academy country music award. album of the year, male vocalist of the year, new vocalist of the year and then song of the year for "nobody to blame,".
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>> i may be rough around the edges but i love the people that support it and thank you very much. cheryl: miranda lambart won for female vocalist of the year. the night was hosted by luke bryan and included per formance from carri underwood. rock icons glen fry. one of the most anticipated performance of the night was from dollyparton and katie perry. ♪ ♪ cheryl: all right, well, dolly
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parton awarded for movie based off the singer's childhood. that little that played her in movie. nicole: say it ain't so. vortex moves into the northeast turning to winter. francisco laria new york city took on the cardinals striking out ten and driving the season first run. all those stories coming up. let's check out u.s. stock market futures. nasdaq up 12. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ when you think about success,
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>> bruce wane meets clark kent. wow, that is a good grip. you should not pick up ahis mor. nicole: cute, right? even after severe decline held onto top spot in the box office this weekend with $52 million. and second weekend superhero drama fifth largest drop for a film that opened over a $100 million, however, has
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pulled $680 worldwide thus far. zootopia held up to two spot. following with my big fat greek wedding. miracles from heaven fell to fifth place with 7 and a half million dollars. cheryl: now, let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports. lot to get to. first rematch of world series in kansas city last night with same results. kansas city beat the mets. royals 4-3 in first rematch of world series. davis struck out. the season opened in pittsburgh with 39-degree weather and snow flurries before game time.
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pitched six shutout innings and ten strikeouts in 4-1 win over cardinals. mariano drove with single. ends with a program first women's national championship, will face yukon. record with 29-point margin and 51 win over champion oregon state in early game. men's title game is tonight between villanova and carolina. nicole: early morning police chase stopped traffic, but instead suspect patrolmen were chasing a chihuahua. he started running headed from
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oakland to san francisco. a team of officers was eventually able to box the dog and bring him in. a police chase of the century right there. cheryl: he was scared. i'm glad he's okay. well, tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without power in the northeast after a powerful weekend storm. let's get you at your monday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. good morning, maria. maria: good morning. extreme weather across the northeast with another system that's moving through. we already have snow across parts of pennsylvania, southern parts of new england. we could see 3-6-inches of snow and because of that, we have winter wealth are you advisories in effect here in cities like buffalo and boston. we are going to continue to see the rough conditions throughout the day today. it's going to be a tough commute
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for you as you try to head out this morning. temperatures in the northeast quite chili and bitterly cold as you head farther north in main where you are at 6-degrees, meanwhile across the plains in the 50's and later in the afternoon is going to warm up in 80's like in del rio. 80's in dallas. cheryl: thank you, maria, appreciate it. nicole: coming down we will break down the global market action for you before we hand it over to mornings with maria. s&p up 5. ♪
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pretty much a good day for me would be people leaving their hands off of me. i'm always called names.
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um, everywhere that i go there's always someone calling me names, calling me gay. i've been choked. thrown up against a wall. punched. nobody's ever tried to help me. nicole: stocks have been hitting at record highs. we are starting the week with up arrows. s&p futures up 4 and nasdaq looking higher as well. turning it over the commodities. oil in some pressure. come off the lows, unchanged at the moment. penny to the upside, 36.80. we are turning it right over the mornings with maria, good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: it is monday april 4th, your top stories right now at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast.
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massive document leak detailing shocking offshore bank account. how the elites use tax heavens including those vladimir putin. what we learned from the so-called panamá papers coming up. the race for wisconsin coming up to the wire this morning. candidates fighting for every last vote going into tomorrow's big contest. donald trump highlighting policies in last night's town hall. >> i like people -- i like the workers, i call them the workers of the country the best. i don't necessarily like the very rich even though i'm one of the very rich, but the very rich are going to end up probably paying more but there's incentive for them to invest in the country and create jobs. maria: delegate coming up in the program. investigators working to find the cause of yesterday's derailment. at least two people were killed after train hit construction equipment. snow and fierce

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