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in the markets, start extending their losses yesterday. the dow hitting the lowest level since mid-april but checking a
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teachers right now. that was up 90 points. s&p up 11. >> in a shift from a trading in japan and south korea for holidays and china stocks such slightly higher. >> oil prices shooting up is a huge wildfire in canada disrupts oil production there checking in on crude. three and a quarter% to $45.19 a barrel. >> 's talks of weight watchers 11% after better-than-expected earnings. still yet to return. nicole: in the nba playoffs come the the cavaliers roll over the atlanta hawks and set a record for shots in the nfl playoffs. penguins take a three games to one lead over the washington capitals. nicole: it is 5:01 a.m. in new york. we say happy cinco de mayo to you. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect they had.
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lauren: breaking news this morning through the infamous romanian hacker speaking with fox news katherine harris claiming he easily bridged hillary clinton's personal e-mail server back in 23rd team. >> access a lot of accounts myself. the clinton server easy or hard? >> both. it was easy for me, for everybody. >> how many times did you access the clinton server? [inaudible] lauren: the 44-year-old hacker's name is marcel lazar. fifth-graders have yet to be verified. he's also known to have former secretary of state colin powell.
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he is extradited from romania last month in a straw for cybercrimes. meanwhile, federal judge in washington or drink clinton to testify last related to a private e-mail server. the judge says some of the former included testimony of the next eight weeks and most testimonies may yield information of clinton herself to be deposed. nicole: ohio governor john kasich ending his presidential campaign. >> as i extend my campaign today, i have renewed faith, deeper faith that the lord will show me the way forward and fulfills the purpose of my life. nicole: that makes donald trump the only candidate in the gop race. talking about his potential cabinet member. >> the homeland security chief
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and ben carson in charge of health and human services. trump is going to do that. would i be wrong? >> certainly there e3 wise choices. i think it'd be popular but more importantly they do a phenomenal job all three of them. nicole: restaurant becomes a restaurant becomes the presumptive gop nominee, to stop trump movement. blake irvin in washington with the details. >> we are starting to see the next move for those involved with the host.trump movement. they spent millions in the effort that ultimately failed. we dug up numbers that showed $34 million with meant by a handful of those groups and that does not include the campaign themselves or groups in on the campaign against republicans. one of the catalysts with club for growth. a group based here in d.c. who
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donald trump has had a very public spat with. to attract roughly $10 million to construct in the primary. a club for growth spokesperson tells us there were no longer pursue the site will not help a trump in the general election either because they do not view him as a progrowth economic conservatives. instead they will focus entirely on down ballot races. and action will do what we've always done best, fight hard to win congressional elections for true economic conservatives. you might also remember they have threatened candidates a couple months ago if they publicly supported trump. now that group says that no longer is the case in the act of faith as they put it at the primary is over. back to you in new york. nicole: thank you like burma and washington.
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lauren: mexican president vincent jay fox apologized and after strongly criticizing trump for strongly criticizing lauren simonetti wall between mexico and the united states. in an interview, fox that forgiveness is one of the greatest qualities human beings have. but a quality of a compassionate leader. vincent jay fox will be on risk and reward tonight at 5:00 p.m. eastern time. nicole: democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders campaigning in kentucky to build on his momentum. >> now we are moving to west virginia and he and oregon and was then that my chance to win on thursday. [applause] i want to thank all of you for your help here in kentucky. i think that we have the message that canon will win in the state. nicole: analysts say will be
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hard to catch up to clinton's delegate count. the seven contests clinton needs to win less than 200 delegates to muck up the nominee. lauren: clinton trying to tell their position on the coal industry. >> and clear we need a transition to clean renewable energy. i've also been very clear for the whole campaign to recant it would in a way that totally leaves behind people who dug out a call to turn on the light and power are fact or. but the market is making this decision. the market has driven down the cost of coal. so you have companies going bank draft. lauren: clinton did not mention the role of regulations have had regulations have gotten hurt in coal country. the issue is in a hot one after clinton said will put a lot of coal miners in coal companies out of business. she said that earlier this year. she did apologize and put them in a statement.
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nicole: global market action overnight. asia in particular. nikkei close, cost be closed for holiday. the shanghai composite index in china up one quarter 1%. hong kong hang seng down one third of 1%. lauren: europe stocks are traded to the upside. trenton upside. ftse in london at the third of 1%. and the cac in paris had 16 points also 31%. ftse the last 140 on tuesday, about 100 yesterday. dow futures and s&p futures up 11. lauren: good memory, nicole. oil up with a potential threat to wild fires in canada were a lot of l is taken from the ground. for the $4. 12.78 announced. nicole: to bring publishing house to check it and offered to buy a company for more than $380 million. they understate the company's true value ends at the best
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interest of the shareholders. jumping 4% in after-hours trading. several other newspapers. jeannette owns "usa today." a public proposal to buy tribune last month. lauren: 21st century thoughts reporting high results a year ago from the company's cable business to 21st century thoughts posted an adjusted profit of 47 cents a share on revenue in the cable division at 10%. twenty-first century fox is the first century fox is the parent of a font business network. tod. analysts looking for the publishing company to report a profit of 3 cents a share on revenue of $1.9 billion. nicole: first-quarter earnings report sent its shares up almost 3% in after-hours trading. the carmaker reported an adjusted loss narrower than what it was expected to two of the
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vice president debate in the company adding that it plans to produce 500,000 to let her cars every year starting in 2018. they carry gasoline, editors said tests but has a lot to do before it can reach that goal. >> set up a strong message with the heads of manufacturing and production. putting out quality products with a lot of quality issues. they need to clean all that out before they can think about her than 500,000 years which is not easy to do for anyone. >> the closing values that 222 and change looking up about 10 bucks. elon musk says there's overwhelming demand for its model three. lauren: here's a look at the headlines in "the wall street journal" and the rate hike to
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cover obamacare costs have companies began to propose increases for coverage next year under the health law. foreign goods still change in trade was making it cheaper as well as easier for american consumers to buy overseas goods online, but it also poses a challenge for u.s. retailers. former utah senator bob bennett dies at 82. then shied away from the national spotlight that earned the reputation as someone to get things done in washington. he served on the senate appropriations committee to direct money to utah. a national wave of anti-income and sentiment back in 21 -- 2010. nicole: shares jump nearly 14% in extended trading after the company reported a first-quarter loss. weight watchers also increase
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the membership by nearly 5% thanks to a partnership with oprah winfrey and overhaul of its diet plan. where do they tie up some stuff above $25 late last year and still remains well below that level. we'll also give results this morning. a dow component reports flat earnings, slightly higher sales for the first quarter. lauren: a stunning and scary statistics on deaths from medical error. >> researchers say is that there say is the third basic cause of death in the u.s. senate not even reported. in atlanta i will have details coming up. lauren: april showers continuing into may. marie molina with your wet weather forecasts. stay with us. what's up? ♪ ♪
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nicole: good morning. 5:15 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. donald trump has the feel has the fields alter himself after governor john kasich ended his campaign. his announcement a day after senator ted cruz suspended his presidential bid. a new twist in the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. a romanian hacker known as christopher tells fox news that he easily and repeatedly breached her personal e-mail server in early 2013 and the claims have yet to be verified. shares of tribune publishing up 4% after hours after the come in a rejected an offer from
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kennett. tribune says the bid is more than $389 is not in the best interest of the shareholders. let's check out u.s. stock market futures after what we saw a couple days as valid. today dow futures up 88 and s&p futures that beloved. that is what is happening now. lauren: we'll see if the rebound goals. your life could be in danger. a new study finds medical errors are now the third leading cause of deaths each month. more than alzheimer's, accident. jonathan sierra syria has more on the lam in research. >> medical errors at third leading cause of death in the u.s. according to researchers at johns hopkins school of medicine. >> we spend a lot of money and heart disease in cancer. it's time to start recognizing the third leading cause of death in the united states will gone awry. >> publishing in the bmj, were the oldest medical journals say
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errors are underreported because of an antiquated system that relies on international billing codes. they analyze separate studies to come up with the nation estimate of more than a quarter million annual deaths attributed to everything from miscommunication to surgical mistakes. god placed medical error rate after heart disease and can't bear. >> we should be a leader in the united states. we should tell the who did people don't just die from billing codes but now there's a recognition people die from bad medical care. >> the cdc errors are an important issue to identify and reduce the root causes that the agency defends its current purported practices as part of a global standard and a wide range of estimates. in a written statement, a spokesperson claims most of the studies are based on ball potentially unrepresentative samples of such studies can be informative and useful come that they have import limitations of the results should be
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interpreted with caution. >> the study's authors insist the conservative estimates are unacceptable. the health care industry could learn from air crash investigation for lessons learned are shared publicly to prevent repeat mistakes. go back. nicole: in the nba playoffs, cleveland cavaliers roll over the atlanta hawks and set a record for a three pointer. the initial play of pittsburgh penguins take three games to one lead over the washington capital. and then there is serious. ♪ why are these new zealand policemen getting so gd. the stock market futures this morning. after is across the board.
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trained to check this out. a group of new zealand police officers getting jiggy with it. ♪ i don't know. my kids are calling it the running man. either way, officers jumping and on the new dance tried to boost communications at the community. they challenged other police departments in the u.s. in the u.k. to join in on the fun. the video currently has over
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7 million views on face the. >> the guy who just went to the left, that's my favorite police officer. the germanic rescued near seoul south korea to tell you about it. officials say a woman and three children were safe from a fire when 10 people including u.s. servicemen held a blanket and persuaded the mother to drop her children from the fourth floor window. then she jumped before the rescue workers arrived at the scene. the children's ages one, three and four were not hurt. the mother did suffer, but just minor injuries. lau. a look at the latest from the world of sports. a record in the 12398 when mice died. game two of the second round series shot an nba record 25-3 and one game. smith made seven of them. lebron james made three. the cats made 18 foreigners.
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the most in any game regular or postseason to lead the series two games to none. game three is friday night in atlanta. the pittsburgh penguins beat the washington capitals in overtime last night. the playoff series and patrick scored 231 into overtime to give the penguins the baseline. pittsburgh leads three games to one. game five on saturday. johnny mandela spoke yesterday and posted bond and his domestic violence case. the 23-year-old quarterback presented himself for booking in this mug shot here. he was indicted by a jury last month after his ex-girlfriend said he had heard threatened to kill her during a night out in january. he's expected to appear briefly before a judge this morning. lauren: before you head out the door company literature thursday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina.
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i'm getting sick of this rain. is there an end in sight? >> temperatures will eventually warm up. a relatively chilly day across the u.s. and dealing with the rainfall across places like west virginia, carolinas and further west into part of ohio as we head into this weekend wishes the warming trend that they will be a chance for additional thunderstorms over the weekend across parts of northeast. a blessing to northeast. i'll place a new storm will move in and bring in the risk eventually across parts of the plane over the weekend. that'll be something to watch closely. temperature wise quite cool out there in places like chicago, cleveland and new york in the 40s and you can kind of see a clear pattern with cooler temperatures across the east, but in the planes are relatively high payout day. temperatures reaching 90s across parts of texas and as far north as rapid city expecting highs. let's head over to you.
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nicole: maria molina, thank you so much. an emotional john kasich bows out of the race it in a clear path for donald trump to care for the general election. trump on the o'reilly for last night. >> appointed rudy giuliani, the homeland security chief. appointing governor christie attorney general and then the person in charge of health and human services. certainly they would be three very wise choices. >> will have the latest in the campaign developments including a fox exclusive on a hacker who broke into hillary clinton's e-mail server. it was easy. weight watchers stop rocketing 14% after posting earnings. the opera magic has yet to return and we will explain that cinco de mayo. you are watching "fbn:am." this is your first look at morning markets and breaking
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>> as i suspend my campaign today, i have renewed faith, it deeper faith. >> breaking news this morning. and then there's this emotional john kasich.out of the race for the white house clearing the path for donald trump to take charge for the gop. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. an infamous hacker claims he easily breached hillary clinton's e-mails. nicole: yesterday the dow hitting its lowest level since april the stock market futures
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this morning had turned around but dow futures are up 82, s&p futures that time. lauren: trading close to japan and south korea today. china stocks were up in a pack slightly higher. nicole: oil prices shooting up tonight with a huge wildfire disrupts oil production there. up over 3% with $1.33 about 4511 a barrel. lauren: weight watchers rocketed 11% after better-than-expected earnings. the opera magic has yet to return. we will explain. nicole: the cleveland cavaliers roll over the up and take coxon said a record for three-pointers. the pittsburgh penguins take three games to one lead over the washing and capitals. lauren: 5:31 a.m. here in new york. it is cinco de mayo. go get yourself a sub and maybe some guacamole today. you are watching "fbn:am," the
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latest breaking news and on what to expect the day ahead. nicole: and infamous hacker speaking exclusively with fox news katherine harris claiming he easily reach hillary clinton's personal e-mail server back in 2013. >> access a lot of account myself. if the clinton server easy or hard? >> it was easy for me. for everybody. >> how many times did you access the clinton server, marcel? >> i was paid twice. [inaudible] nicole: to 44-year-old packers name is mars l. lazar and his claims have yet to be verified. booster for his -- including former secretary of state colin
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powell. he was extradited to the u.s. from romania last month to face trial for cybercrimes. meanwhile, federal judge in washington said clinton may have to testify in a lawsuit related to her private e-mail server and the judge says some of the former aide will give testimony over the next eight weeks. testimonies may require clinton herself to be deposed. lauren: ohio governor john kasich ending his presidential campaign. >> as i suspend my campaign today, i have renewed faith, deeper faith that the lord will show me the way forward and fulfill the purpose of my life. lauren:.makes donald trump the only candidate in the gop race. trump was on "the o'reilly factor" last night in top about potential cabinet members. >> appointed rudy giuliani,
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homeland security chief. appointing governor christie the attorney general and then person in charge of health and human services. i think trump is going to do that. would i be wrong? >> well, i have not made that decision, but they would be three wise choices. i think they would do a phenomenal job all three of them. lauren: what is next for the stop trump met? late herman washington with the details. >> we're starting to see the next move for those involved with the whole movement. several groups spent months and millions of the effort that ultimately failed to be dug up numbers that show these $34 million was spent by a handful of groups and that does not include the campaign themselves or groups who normally campaign against republicans. one of the catalysts was club for growth, a conservative group in d.c. who donald trump has had a very public spat with.
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they dropped roughly $10 million against trump at the primary. a club for growth spokesperson tells us they will no longer pursue the fight bubble not help but trump and the general election either because they do not view him as a progrowth economic conservatives. instead, they will focus entirely on down ballot races. the spokesperson saying club for growth pac and action will do what we've always done best, fight hard to win congressional elections for true economic conservatives. you might also remember they threatened candidates a month ago they could withhold support and funding if they publicly supported tram. now the group says that no longer is the case since the act of faith as they put it at the primary is over. back to you in new york. lauren: blake burman in washington, thank you. nicole: former mexican president apologizing to mr. trump, months after he strongly criticized
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trump for proposing the construction of the wall between mexico and the u.s. in an interview with brad art, the former mexican leader said forgiveness is one of the greatest qualities that human being path and the quality is compassionate leader. he will also be a risk and reward 5:00 p.m. eastern time today. don't miss it. lauren: good interview. clinton once again to clarify her position on the coal industry. let's listen. >> have been very clear we need to make a transition to clean renewable energy. i've been clear this whole campaign that we can't do it in a way that totally leaves behind people who dug up the pole to turn on the lights into power fact juries. but the market is making this decision. the market has driven down the cost of coal. so you have companies going bankrupt. lauren: clinton did not mention
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the role in hurting coal country. the issue has been a hot one after clinton said we are going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business. she did apologize for this comment: then in the statement. nicole: we been seen overnight at chinese services manufacturing them for slightly less. the shanghai composite index was up one quarter of 1%. hong kong's hang seng was down one third of 1%. japan's nikkei closed at south korea cost because for holidays. >> it's a decent day. let's check out stock markets are trading. the ftse that 12 points. dax up 69. >> jamar the monthly jobs report. dow futures at 78. s&p futures at 10. lauren: oil prices are getting fed up $45.10 a barrel at 3%. gold is at the third of 1% to
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1278 an ounce. nicole: rejected an offer to buy the company for $388 billion. chubut says that underestimates the true value and is not in the best interest of shareholders. the company owns "the los angeles times," "chicago tribune" and other news papers. went public with his proposal to buy tribune last month. >> twenty-first century fox reporting higher results from a year ago thanks to a solid performance from the cub and his cable business or 21st century fox on revenue at its cable division up nearly 10%. twenty-first century fox is the parent company of the fox business network if we would hear from news corp. after the bell today looking for the publishing company to report a profit on revenue of $1.93 billion.
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nicole: we are watching shares of tesla. the stock up 4% after the carmaker reported an adjusted loss that was narrower than wall street expectations. tesla also said two of its vice presidents are leaving. the company adding it plans to produce 500,000 electric cars every year starting in 2018. gary gasset, editor of the report says tesla has a lot to do before it can reach that goal. >> within a strong message that getting rid of heads of manufacturing and production, a lot of issues and the deadline and putting out quality products. we've heard about that from consumer reports. states of the model x need to clean all of that before they can even think about building a hundred thousand cars a year, which is not easy to do for anyone. >> debate is up over $10 this morning. musk says there is overwhelming demand for its
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model three. lauren: today's headlines ensures rate hikes to cover up on the care costs. companies propose big premium increases for coverage next year under the health law. giving a change in trade was making it cheaper and easier for american consumers to buy overseas goods online but also poses new challenges for u.s. retailers. former utah senator bennett dies at the age of two. bennett shied away from the national spotlight but earned a reputation as someone who knew how to get things done in washington. he served on the appropriations committee where he leveraged the position in his home state of utah. he was one of the first comment ousted in a national wave of anti-incumbent sentiment back in 2010. train to weight watchers stock will be watching today jumping 14% in extended trading after the company reported a smaller than expected loss. it also raised its full-year
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profit outlook to weight watchers increase membership rate nearly 5% thanks to a partnership with oprah winfrey and an overhaul of its diet plan. scented stock about $25 late last year it still remains well below that level. we will get results this morning. the dow component expected to report flat earnings in slightly higher sales for the first quarter. catalog will release its earnings expected to come in below it occasions due in part to meet demand for its not ours. >> i could go for zero right now. a stunning and scary statistics on deaths from medical errors. >> researchers say is the third leading cause of death in the u.s. senate not even report it. i'm in atlanta. i'll have details coming up. lauren: april showers continuing today as we get hit again with rain.
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maria molina has your forecast. checking in this thursday morning, cinco de mayo at 5:41 eastern time. nasdaq futures at 24. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at a arcade and breaking news. -- your first look at morning markets and breaking news. it takes less than one minute to find out
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lauren: welcome back to "fbn:am." donald trump has a lot to himself after john kasich in his campaign has announced a day after senator cruz also defended his presidential bid. a new twist in the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. a romanian hacker tells fox news that he easily and repeatedly breaks her personal e-mail server in 2013. as things have yet to be verified. shares of tribune publishing up 4% after hours. a bid of $380 million not in the
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best interest of the shareholders. check it out stock market futures ahead of the opening well, looking to reverse that. nasdaq futures higher by 22. nicole: your life could be in danger from the very people trying to help you get better. a new study should show's medical records or the third leading cause of death each month and that is more than alzheimer's, accidents or stroke. jonathan siri has more on the alarming research. reporter: medical errors at third leading cause of death in the u.s. according to researchers at johns hopkins school of medicine. >> we spend a lot of money and heart disease and cancer. the number one and two causes that is to recognize that leading cause of death and its states states come in medical care can arrive. reporter: one of the world's oldest medical journals, researchers say errors
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thereunder reported because of an antiquated system that relies on international building codes. they analyze studies to come up with a nationwide estimate of a quarter of a million annual deaths attributed to everything from miscommunication to surgical mistakes. that would list medical error right after heart disease and cancer more lethal than one disease in car crashes. >> we should be a leader. we should tell who the people don't die from building codes but now there's a recognition people die from bad medical care. reporter: the cdc agrees it's an important medical issue and is working to identify and reduce the causes. the agency defends its practices as part of a global standard and cautions recent studies have shown a wide range of estimates. in a written statement, a cdc spokesperson next lane studies are based on small potentially unrepresentative samples. while such studies can be informative and useful, they also have import imitations and
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the results should be interpreted with caution. >> the study's authors insist the estimates are unacceptable. the health care industry can learn from their crash investigations are lessons learned are shared publicly to prevent repeat mistakes. lauren on the call, back to you. nicole: thank you very much. transfer the cleveland cavaliers will over the atlantic conference at a record for three-pointers. the penguins take a three games to one lead over the washington capitals. and then there's this. ♪ they've got moves. why are these new zealand policemen getting so jiggy with it? we will tell you. you are watching "fbn:am" come your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nile: is wld get you started foa day. this group of new zealand police officers getting jig with it. ♪ these officers are joining in on the new dance trend could the running man challenge for recruitment to improve relations with the community. the officers challenged other police departments in the u.s. and u.k. to join in on the fun. the video currently has over 7 million views on face the.
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lauren: it's going to be more after this if we keep watching it. the cleveland cavaliers had a record in their win over the atlantic cod in game two. they shot an nba record 25. jr smith made seven of them. the broad scored 27 points. 183 pointers in the first half and 97 more after halft cleveland's 25 are the most in any game regular postseason. they lead the series two games to none in game three is friday night in atlanta. pittsburgh penguins beat the washington capitals in overtime last night in game four of the second playoff series. patrick warren quest to get the penguins to win three games to one. game five is saturday. david ortiz helps the red sox win over the chicago white.. the home run to put the red sox ahead to stay. his two run shot tied him with eric sheffield for 25th all
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25th all-time. ortiz now has six homers in his farewell season. the red sox in first place and the orioles lost to the yankees 720. tree into a massive wildfire in alberta canada forcing people to flee for their lives or the blazer the western canadian oil city apartment buried as burden on 1600 structures so far. it is now threatening the city's airport in communities. some neighborhoods already in ruins and walls of flames are threatening thousands more homes in the heart of canada's oil sands region and we are seeing oil at the fire today. lauren: before you had a bitter this morning, checked every thursday forecast greater cinco de mayo forecast with maria molina. >> we have some nasty weather across the eastern u.s. right in the middle is where you're dealing with quiet
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weather conditions at least for now. we are dealing with rainfall in west virginia, virginia and parts of ohio. you'll need the umbrella throughout the day today. the problem across the eastern u.s. is dealing with temperatures this time of year. in chicago as they have for their web and as we head into this afternoon, temperatures will be feeling a little bit like summer anywhere from texas into the dakotas for highs will be widespread into the 80s and 90s. let's head over to you. >> maria molina, thank you so much. nicole: a diamond the size of a tennis ball could set a record price at an auction. the largest discovered diamond could sell for more than $70 million. the 1100-carat diamond was found by the current admin in botswana last year. it is the second largest gem quality diamond at her discovered that the largest with
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over 3000 care is found in south africa in 1905. the diamond will be auctioned off in london on june 29th. lauren: i can't stop looking at that route. after 40 years in storage a barn i decided to auction. in 1956 ford mustang will be offered at the annual auction in connecticut. expecting the classic to sell between 90 and $120,000. that is far less than the value 65 model averaging 287,000. without a reserve on the car, anything could happen. the auction takes place june 5th. featured to come may not become a rent on the global market action. oil higher with more jobs and tons of earnings. stocks higher this morning. we are watching "fbn:am." stay with us. if i got to go to college, oh my goodness.
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i just feel like that is my destiny. you get to make like a supernova of skill or talent or whatever it is. my name is queen, and i am your dividend.
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>> after two days as having come at paris this morning. s&p futures have been waiting for earnings. just to name a few. also seeing oil jump over 3% to 4515 a barrel. concerns in libya and wildfire in canada helping to push back commodity to be upset. we will turn it over to mourn it with maria and say good morning to you. >> good morning to you, nicole. good morning to everyone. and sandra smith.
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maria bartiromo has the morning off. it is thursday, may 5th. top stories for you at 6:00 a.m. eastern. hillary clinton's private e-mail server hack by victorious hacker guccifer claims it was easy. we will tell you what he says he found. john that meant calling it quits. suspending the campaign he reflected on his future. meantime, donald trump focusing on the general election, what his administration might look like. >> as i suspend my campaign today, i have renewed faith, deeper faith that the lord will show me the way forward and fulfill the purpose of my life. >> that would certainly consider him. he is somebody has gotten a lot during the debates. we have a lot of candidates that would be -- marco and i have gotten along really wel

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