lauren: breaking news, more than a dozen arrested as protests turn violent outside a donald trump rally in california, as is new york campaign headquarters evacuated after receiving an envelope containing a suspicious white powder. we have the latest developer and, i am lauren simonetti. lea: i am leah gabriel in for the nicole pedallides, ted cruz fires back at john weiner after the house speaker targeted cruz lucifer in the flesh. the texas senator said he never even worked for john weiner.
lauren: the dow closed, let's check stock market futures. do we have a recovery? no. dow futures down 7 points, nasdaq down 8. lea: amazon shares up for their biggest gain as they reported their most profitable quarter ever. we have a preview of two oil giants. lauren: a new round of stars introduced, carson went of south dakota where the league's top picks, we have the names you need to know from the first round. major league baseball suspending national league reigning batting champion for 80 games. we have those details coming up. lea: it is 5:00 am, welcome to "fbn a.m.," your first look at what is moving in the markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: breaking news, violent protest outside a donald trump event in california, this trump supporter's face appears to be
covered with blood and anti-trump protesters damaging police cars last night. more than a dozen people have been arrested as trump held a big rally, the golden state has the largest prize of the gop presidential contest with 172 delegates up for grabs. connell mcshane has more. connell: this will be the state that decides it all, the republican nomination, we will have a better idea after voting in indiana of how high the bar will be with donald trump, how many delegates will he need to jump over the magic number of 1237? here is how it works in the state. if you win the entire state they give you 13 delegates but then it is on to the 53 congressional district and for every district you win you get three delegates. at it all up, california, a huge state has 172 delegates to give
out on 7 june. trump kicked off his campaign in california with a rally in orange county. >> of crooked hillary gets in, that is the third term of obama. i don't think our country can ever come back again. she shouldn't be allowed to run because what happened with that whole email scandal is an absolute disgrace. connell: trump along with the governor of ohio, john kasich, will be addressing state republican convention being held in the bay area. saturday ted cruz appears at the same gathering with his new running mate, carly fiorina. lauren: thank you. meanwhile the gop front runner's campaign office in new york city receiving an envelope containing a specific mission's white powder. police 8 is harmless but they need more testing to determine what the substances and this is not the first time. in march a suspicious powder was sent to trump's son and older
sister. marianne trump barry received a threatening letter the same month. lauren: ted cruz firing back at house speaker john weiner after he described ted cruz as lucifer in the flesh. >> what john weiner is angry with his the american people holding him accountable. that is what the anger is because the corrupt system the john weiner and hillary have been in for years funded by donald trump, donald is writing checks to john weiner and hillary, funding a corrupt system. it is unaccountable to the people. lauren: the texas senator said john weiner and donald trump are texting buddies. john weiner resigned under pressure from conservatives. lauren: julie: lea: ted cruz held a rally, holding its primary next tuesday, jeff flock is the latest from evansville, indiana.
it looks like we are having trouble getting that in. we will be waiting to hear back from jeff. lauren: let's do this story, this is a scary moment that happened outside of baltimore television station yesterday. a police sniper shot a man wearing an animal, there he is, and a surgical mask. he claimed to have a bomb. it started after he walked into the lobby, made a complaint about the government. police say the suspect walked outside and was shot after refusing to show his hand. cop say the man had a red vest and wires strapped to his chest. >> those devices were chocolate candy bars wrapped in aluminum foil with wiring connecting each
of them. there was a small motherboard and that motherboard has been described as something you might see in a fire extinguisher. lea: the suspect was taken to a hospital and is expected to survive. lauren: such a sad story, they were chocolate bars, not an actual bomb, you have to take the utmost caution. very sad. we are telling you about trump, a huge rally in indiana yesterday, the state holding its primary next tuesday, we have jeff flock with the latest from evansville, indiana. >> reporter: thousands of donald trump supporters at a rally here, they not only got donald trump but one of the most popular people in the state of indiana, three time ncaa champion bobby knight who came out and said essentially i don't give a damn about the republican
party or the democratic party. i just care about the man who is running and i support donald trump. donald trump for his part that he doesn't care much about the people he is running against. >> he now goes out and gets carly fiorina who left the race because she had no votes. that is okay, she is a nice woman but it is not going to help. >> reporter: ted cruz and his newly minted vp candidate carly fiorina were crisscrossing the state campaigning to try to stop donald trump. carly fiorina and her california ties, in california down the road, indiana, may not much matter. ted cruz with the stand potentially in indiana continues. lea: tune into foxbusiness for coverage of the indiana primaries on tuesday, may 3rd starting at 7:00 pm eastern on the foxbusiness network. lauren: amazon reporting its
most profitable quarter ever thanks to strong sales from the cloud computing business, shares jumping 11% in premarket trading after first-quarter earnings crushed expectations. revenue from the crowd based services jumped 64% from a year ago to 2 $.6 million and sales were up 26%. amazon ceo jeff basis made $6 billion in 20 minutes after amazon shares rallied after this earnings report came out last night. lea: don't want to miss coverage of the berkshire hathaway shareholder meeting happening in omaha, nebraska, 40,000 people attend the event to hear from warren buffett. liz claman kicks things off with an exclusive interview with the three buffet children at 3:00 pm eastern. on monday liz will have an exclusive interview with the richest minds, warren buffett, microsoft cofounder bill gates and berkshire hathaway's vice chairman charlie monger.
rich and smart. lauren: puerto rico is on the verge of financial default and doesn't look like there will be a bailout. the nation will default on the 4 $22 million it owes bondholders by the may 1st deadline and then it will face an accelerated timeline for paying the full balance on its bond. on tuesday republican house majority leader kevin mccarthy said congress will not push legislation to help puerto rico in time to meet that deadline. let's look at us stock market futures. the worst selloff yesterday for the tao, down 211 points, the worst since february 11th and right now it is up 7 points in premarket. s&p futures are unchanged, nasdaq down four points, key commodities, oil and gold, oil has been up three days in a row pushing further today up $.37, 4640, gold is up $11, and gold right here is up 5 days in a
row. lea: north korea's not having much luck with its missile tests, it's test launch at a new ballistic missile today, a setback for north korea as it tries to speed up weapons development ahead of a rare ruling party congress, south korea says one missile test crashed after lunch and another appeared to blow up during its flight. in earlier test of the missile exploded just after liftoff. lauren: caterpillar scaling back production and staff in response to falling demand, the construction equipmentmaker says it will close 5 plants in the us and cut 820 jobs. incentive caterpillar says it plans to trim its workforce by 10,000 positions the close or consolidate 24 billion through 2018. the company said it had eliminated 5300 positions so far. the plant closings just announced will be in north carolina, south carolina,
florida and mississippi. lea: here is look at the headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal. earnings on pace for the third straight decline, slow mobile growth and the energy slump, earnings of s&p 500 companies. comcast reflects shifting bets on comcast intense pursuit of dreamworks animation, highlights how much change across the five years since it bought universal and atlantic city, america's worst rated town, has so little money left it could miss the $1.8 million bond payment that is due on sunday. lea: after sweeping wins into the's primaries and giving his first major policy speech can donald trump finally get backing from the gop establishment. blake berman has more on that story coming up.
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lea: welcome back to "fbn a.m.," let's get you caught up on what is happening now. hundreds of protesters stomped on cars and threw rocks and motorists outside the donald trump rally in california last night. the protesters stopped traffic in the area and a dozen people were arrested. john weiner called ted cruz lucifer in the flesh. ted cruz said john weiner is pretending to be a washington outsider. amazon reported the most profitable quarter in its 22 year history helped by
fast-growing web service business and that is what is happening now. lauren: congressman backing donald trump's presidential bid. we get the latest from blake berman. >> more support keeps trickling in for donald trump. thursday trump's campaign announced more congressional endorsements, bill schuster of pennsylvania, of the house transportation and infrastructure committee, and jeff miller of florida, chairman of the veterans affairs committee revealed their support after a meeting with other trump congressional backers in dc. chris collins, one of the first on the hill to throw his support behind the front runner says more endorsements are coming. >> you will hear different terminology, you will hear the word endorse, the word strongly support. our nominee, the key issue is support. >> reporter: a top aide to donald trump said they feel encouraged about the past several days which is the tuesday sweep of five states followed by wednesday's foreign policy speech. the campaign feels this will
bring more republicans to their side and we saw some of that yesterday. back to you. lauren: thank you very much. some good news in the fight against the zika virus. the fda has given emergency use authorization for the first commercial us test to diagnose the zika virus, twist diagnostic said it should handle any demand for the test. patients had to go through the state or local health departments but now doctors can order the $500 test request which says it can get results three to five days before it arrives. >> coming up the next era of nfl stars have been introduced. >> the first pick in the 2016 nfl draft come the los angeles rams suggest jared doss, quarterback. >> the topics from the big draft.
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♪ lea: a new development into the investigation into prince's death. investigators are looking at whether prince died from a drug overdose and whether a doctor was prescribing the drug in the weeks before he died. they are checking into whether a doctor was on the plane that made an emergency landing in illinois a week before prince's death. investigators are checking into a kind of drug on prince's plane and that his house in suburban minneapolis. autopsy results will take some time. they are not expected for another three or four more weeks. lauren: let's look at the latest from the world of sports. the top two picks in last
night's nfl draft were quarterbacks, in california, picked by los angeles, garth went number one over the rams, carson went is going to north dakota, went was the number 2 selection by the eagles after a successful career at north dakota state. one of the top names in the draft, laramie trumbull dropped down in the picking order because minutes before the start of the draft a video was posted on his twitter account that allegedly featured him smoking marijuana. the dolphins finally use their 13th pick for him. he said his account was hacked. the reigning national league batting champ has been suspended for 80 games after testing positive for performance-enhancing substances. major league baseball announced the suspension an hour after miami marlins beat the los angeles dodgers last night. the atlanta hawks advanced to the second round of the nba playoffs with a 104-92 game 6 victory over the boston celtics
last night. the hawks play the cleveland cavaliers next. in hockey washington capitals drew first blood in a highly anticipated second round series with a thrilling numfour-3 win last night. tj had a hat trick including the winner at 933 and two overtime. lauren: a powerful storm dumping heavy rain in mississippi. the mayor of gulfport declared a state of emergency. hail was reported in several areas along the mississippi gulf coast. we will get a look now at all that plus your friday forecast before we kick it off this weekend. we have janice dean joining us. >> we made it, the weekend is here. we have severe weather that you touched upon again today across portions of texas and oklahoma and arkansas. severe thunderstorm watches in effect, texas and oklahoma
panhandle moving into arkansas and snow on the backside of the system again for the central rockies, several severe thunderstorm warnings on the border of oklahoma and arkansas where we could again see large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. severe threat today once more for texas, oklahoma, arkansas and louisiana, you see the enhanced risk where mainly large hail and damaging winds, heavy downpours as well, could see an isolated tornado or two eastward across the mississippi river valley, this is the pattern we have seen all week long across this region. talking about the flooding, let's talk about the snow too, east of the denver area we could get 6 to 12 inches at higher elevations too and look at the rainfall north of houston, record-setting rainfall last week, more heavy rain on the forecast, six to eight inches crossing over to louisiana
towards arkansas so this will be a big concern heading into the weekend. houston, we mentioned you, 16 inches of rainfall in and around the houston area last week and rain in the forecast for the next five days so we are watching over houston for sure. forecast ties very warm across the south, cooler than average across the north, 56 in new york city or daytime high today and it will be remaining the same pattern is we head into the weekend, cooler across the northwest and warmer across the south and potentially strong to severe storms, we will keep you posted throughout the day and into the weekend. lauren: i went to take out my winter jacket this morning. i didn't do it but felt like i needed it. we will be complaining about the heat. lea: lots of good stuff. after declaring himself presumptive gop nominee donald trump kicks off his campaign in california and wastes no time attacking the democratic front runner.
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lea: a dozen people arrested as protests turned violent outside a donald trump rally in california, new york campaign headquarters evacuated after receiving an envelope containing a suspicious white powder. we have the latest development there. i am lauren simonetti. lea: i am leah gabriel in for nicole pedallides. ted cruz fires back at john weiner after the former house speaker called him lucifer in the flesh.
he said he never even worked with boehner. lea: the biggest drop since february trying to clawbacks gains, the final trading day of the month, dow futures down 6 points, nasdaq down 3 points. lea: the online retailer amazon reported its most profitable quarter ever. we have those numbers and the preview of the oil giant reporting before the bell. lauren: a new round of stars introduced at the nfl draft. jared goff in california, the league's top picks, we have the names you need to know from the first round and major league baseball suspending nationally reigning batting champion for 80 games, we have breaking details. lea: it is april 29th, welcome to "fbn a.m.," your first look at what is moving in today's market, the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day
ahead. lauren: a violent protest outside a donald trump event in california, this trump supporter's face appears to be covered with blood. anti-trump protesters damaging police cars last night. a dozen people have been arrested as trump held a big rally, the golden state has the biggest prize of the gop presidential contest with 172 delegates up for grabs. connell mcshane has more. connell: this will be the state that decides it all, the republican nomination that is, we will have a better idea after the voting in indiana of how high the bar will be in california for the front runner donald trump. how many delegates will he need to jump over the magic number of 1237. and the entire state, 13 delegates. it is on to the 53 congressional districts, for every district
you when you get three delegates. add it all up, california, a huge state, has 172 delegates to give out on 7 june. donald trump kicked off his campaign in california with a rally in orange county. >> of crooked hillary gets in, that is the third term of obama, i don't think our country can ever come back again. she shouldn't be allowed to run because what has happened with that whole email scandal is an absolute disgrace. connell: later today trump along with the governor of ohio john kasich will be addressing the state republican convention which is being held in the bay area. saturday senator ted cruz appeared at the same gathering along with his new running mate, californian carly fiorina. lauren: the gop front runner's campaign in new york city receiving an envelope containing a suspicious white powder. police say it is harmless but need more testing to find out what the substance is and this is not the first time. in march a suspicious white
powder was sent to trump's son and his older sister, federal appeals court judge marianne trump very also received a threatening letter. lea: republican presidential candidate ted cruz firing back at former house speaker john boehner after he described ted cruz as lucifer in the flesh. >> what boehner is angry about is the american people holding him accountable. that is what the anger is because the corrupt system that boehner and hillary have been enmeshed with for years funded by donald trump, donald is writing checks to boehner and hillary funding the corrupt system, it is unaccountable to the people. lea: he said boehner and trump are texting buddies. boehner resigned under pressure from conservatives aligned with
ted cruz. lauren: trump held a rally in indiana yesterday, the state holding its primary next tuesday. jeff flock has the latest. >> reporter: surrounded by thousands of donald trump supporters here, they not only got donald trump but also one of the most popular people in indiana, three time ncaa champion basketball coach bobby knight who came out, essentially i don't give a damn about the republican party, i don't give a damn about the democratic party, i just care about this man, donald trump. trump said he doesn't care much about the people he is running against. >> he now goes up against carly fiorina who left the race because she had no votes, she had nothing. that is okay, she is a nice woman but it is not going to help. >> reporter: at the same time
ted cruz with his newly minted vp candidate carly fiorina, crisscrossing the state, campaigning to try to stop donald trump. the addition of carly fiorina, helps, california down the road, in indiana, may not much matter. ted cruz's last stand potentially in indiana. lauren: we will see. thank you for that, tune into foxbusiness for special coverage of the indiana primaries tuesday, may 3rd starting at 7:00 pm eastern right here on the foxbusiness network. lea: scary moment outside of baltimore tv station. the police sniper shot a man wearing an animal costume and surgical mask who claim to have a bomb on him. it started after the guy walked into the lobby of a fox affiliate and made a complaint about the government. police say the suspect walked outside and was shot after refusing to show his hands. cops say the man had a red vest on and wires strapped to his chest.
listen. >> those devices were actually chocolate candy bars wrapped in aluminum foil with wiring connecting each of them. there was a small motherboard and that motherboard has been described as something you might see in a fiery signature. lauren: we don't know why he went into the tv station but he was taken to a hospital and is expected to survive. lea: amazon reporting its most profitable quarter ever thanks to strong sales from its cloud computer business. shares jumping 11% premarket trading after the company's first-quarter earnings crushed expectations. revenue from amazon's cloud-based services jumped 64% from a year ago to 2 $.6 billion, sales soared 28%. lauren: amazon ceo jeff bay those made $6 million in 20 minutes, as amazon shares rallied in extended trading. they have to redo the list, a
couple billion. you don't want to miss special coverage, a programming note, berkshire hathaway shareholder meeting this weekend in omaha, nebraska, 40,000 people, more than that, expected to attend the event because they want to hear from warren buffett. liz claman kicks things off today, she has an exclusive interview with the three buffet children at 3:00 pm eastern. on monday liz will have an exclusive with the richest minds. warren buffett and microsoft cofounder bill gates and bircher hathaway vice chairman. lea: puerto rico on the verge of a default and doesn't look like congress will offer a bailout. it will default on the 4 $22 million it owes bondholders via may 1st deadline and face an accelerated timeline for paying full balance on those bonds. on tuesday house majority leader kevin mccarthy said congress would not push legislation to help puerto rico in time for the
deadline. lauren: market check on the final day of the week, final day of the month, this is how stocks are trading in the premarket, dow futures have turned solidly positive, dow up 21 points, 0.1%, we are seeing a 10th of a% gain for s&p futures and nasdaq futures up two points, checking commodities pushing hire, the highest level this year, 46-46 up $.44, gold up 10 bucks to 1276, oil and gold have been higher the past couple days. neil: to lea: north korea not doing great with its missile tests. the north failed again in its test of the want of a new long-range ballistic missile, another setback to north korea as it tries to speed up its weapons development ahead of a rare willing party commerce happening next week, south korea's is one missile crashed soon after lunch, another blue up during flight. an earlier test of the missile exploded just after liftoff.
lauren: caterpillar continues to scale back production and its workforce in response to falling demand. a construction equipment maker will close 5 plants in the us and cut 820 jobs. in september caterpillar says it plans to trim its workforce by 10,000 positions and close or consolidate 20 facilities through 2018. the company said it has eliminated 5300 of those positions. the plant closings just announced will be in north carolina, south carolina, florida and mississippi. lea: according to the wall street journal earnings are on pace for a third straight decline, and earnings of s&p 500 companies. comcast dealing with dreamworks, comcast intends to pursue dreamworks animation highlighting how much has changed across the media landscape since it bought nbc universal, atlantic city, america's worst rated town at default, so little money that it
could miss the $1.8 million bond payment. lauren: investment stocks, up 8% in after-hours after online network earnings better than expected, boosting full-year outlook, always a good sign, we get earnings, a sharp drop in first-quarter profits due to persistently low oil prices. exxon lost its aaa credit rating. chevron imposed its latest quarterly numbers as well, that company expected to close a loss, big ones to watch, they will move the dow jones industrial average. lea: bernie sanders continues to say he is staying in the race. >> the evidence is overwhelming that you are looking at the strongest democratic candidate.
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lea: it is a 5:45 on the east coast. protesters stomping on cars throwing rocks at drivers outside the donald trump rally, the protesters stopped traffic in the area, a dozen people were arrested. john weiner -- boehner jumped into the presidential campaign taught calling ted cruz lucifer in the flesh. ted cruz said boehner is pretending to be a washington outsider. amazon shares soar today, amazon reporting the most profitable quarter in its 22 year history
helped by web service business, we check on us stock market futures ahead of "the opening bell," amazon helping out the nasdaq, nasdaq futures up barely, not even a full point, dow futures higher by 20 points, s&p futures higher by 1-halfmac, it was a good month for the tao, not a good one for the nasdaq. lea: bernie sanders's wife and advisor jane sanders saying the -- she was on cavuto coast-to-coast yesterday. >> we may be spoiling their day but we are not spoiling the race. the fact is there are very different visions for america between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. what we need to do is let the voters in every state, ten states still haven't voted, have the opportunity to support the candidate of their choice and support the agenda they want the nation to follow. lea: peter barnes has more on the sanders campaign. >> reporter: bernie sanders's
campaign has started laying off hundreds of workers, the candidate yesterday did not sound like he was preparing to quit the race despite his losses in four of five states to hillary clinton and the growing likelihood he will not beat her for the democratic nomination. >> this campaign is about saying that now is the time to -- now is the time not just for electing a new president but to transform america. >> reporter: at one point earlier in the year with a lot of contests in it would have more than 1000 people working for it. as caucuses and primaries racked up, it is making adjustments in staff size all along and 80% of the contests are over it expects to maintain a staff of 300
workers in early june. lauren: the fda has given an emergency use authorization for the first commercial test, quest diagnostics says it should be able to handle any demand for the test, and how to go through state and local health departments, now doctors can order the test request, three foster five days before it arrives. lea: especially women who want to have babies. the next era of nfl stars are introduced. >> the philadelphia eagles, carson went, quarterback -- lauren: we will have the top picks of the nfl draft and major league baseball has suspended
dakota. the top names, dropped lower and minutes before the start of the draft, video posted on his twitter account allegedly featured him smoking marijuana, the dolphins use their 13th pick for him, he said his account was hacked. it has been suspended 80 games before testing positive for performance-enhancing substances. and the miami dodges last night. the numb 10 numfour-92 game victory, boston celtics last night, and the baltimore orioles pounded the white sox, and chris davis and mark trumbo, third inning homers for the orioles, a grand slam and a career-high, 5
runs batted in. there it goes. lea: a powerful storm in mississippi, the mayor of baltimore declared a state of emergency, hail was reported in several areas along the gulf coast, and janice dean, not such good weather in mississippi but what about better weather? >> the eastern seaboard will see good weather this weekend. in the crosshairs of some severe potential not only today, severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for the texas and oklahoma panhandle, 6 to 12 inches for the central rockies and another severe thunderstorm watch issued until 10 am local time for parts of oklahoma and arkansas. we could see several severe thunderstorm warnings on the
border of oklahoma and arkansas, large hail and damaging winds and isolated tornadoes, winter storm warnings in colorado springs again. they see snow this time of year, for us taking a look at it, it is quite exceptional. spring skiers are loving it. moving eastward the storm system as we move across the mississippi river valley things quiet down a little bit heading into the new work we, the severe threat across the central us is something to watch going into the weekend. lea: let's talk about it. >> i like it, thank you. lauren: the identity, new research that shows, the longer you live. working past age 65 could add
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lauren: the final day of the week, final day of the month and this is how futures are looking, look at the tao, up 6 points, s&p completely unchanged, nasdaq down 3.5 points, three dow component reporting this morning, chevron and exxon mobil, we will find out how they did as oil prices are persistently low. let's look at oil prices. 4656 is your close, a gain of 1%. gold higher by $12, with that, maria bartiroma takes us through the next couple hours of
trading. maria: good morning, happy friday. i am maria bartiroma, it is april 29th, top stories at 6 am on the east coast, violence erupting outside a donald trump rally, protesters, many waving mexican flags, filling streets, blocking traffic, smashing cop cars, during the rally trump kept up his attacks on ted cruz. >> for the first time in the history of american politics, a man who is totally mathematically dead, cannot win, has appointed a vice president. first time in history, lying i. he is the only one. lying ted. he is one lying son of a gun. maria: the war of words between john boehner and ted cruz, boehner not holding back calling ted cruz lucifer in