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>> breaking news this morning, democrats are battling for votes in coal country. hillary clinton and bernie sanders try and dig up votes in kentucky. voters also heading to polls this week in oregon. good monday morning to you i'm lauren simonetti. >> good morning i'm nicole petallides sits down for a fox broadcast network special this and a choppy week of trading sent dow down back on friday. stock market futures dow futures higher than 14 point. nasdaq higher by four and a half. >> a new sales tax could be theyed. up a third of one percent.
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stocks in china also slightly. >> after rising another 3 and a half percent last week oil is 37.4 a barrel up u 2%. >> a surprise bid for yahoo! from warren buffett. we'll look at this rare move into the dejal media space for the oracle of omaha. wal-mart versus amazon arch rival amazon wants even more of wal-mart lunch by jumping into the private label business with its brand of food product nuts and household items like diapers. >> miami heat face cleveland and in baseball rangers blue jays plug it out. highlights are coming up. 5:01 east coast. monday may 16th welcome to the new week and today's markets. latest breaking and what to expect for the day ahead. >> democrat cial presidential
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candidates making a final push in kentucky ahead of tomorrow's primary. 55 delegates are up up for grabs in that state after a loss in west virginia. hillary clinton tries hard to win this support from kentucky's coal industry. >> i'm the only candidate who is has actually put on the table a plan for coal country. a 30 billion dollar plan because i don't think we should leave behind the people who have turned on the lights and poured the factories of the united states for a century. [applause] >> meanwhile bernie sanders campaigning hard to extend his had winning streak. >> for us to win the nomination and pledged delegates that we need. being delegates that are really elected by the people to win those we're going to have to do very, very we also in the remaining eight states and that is why we need your help big time right here in kentucky. lz [applause]
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>> oregon hold its primary tomorrow as well that state will award 61 delegates make sure to tune into fox business for fox business primaries 7 p.m. eastern tomorrow night on fox business network. >> republican side donald trump defending presumptive gop nominee after new allegations against him. "new york times" published an article claiming it found repeated instance was trump insulting women and making unwanted advances. even in the work place. washington post released an 5u9d owe recordings that the story about trump allegedly promoting himself by pretending to be his own publicist. >> i believe it's not him. i don't know relevance of this frankly other than it's 25 years old. it's dealing with interest that people magazine are in and not focusing on issues that trump is on today.
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>> reince priebus standing behind trump. >> a story of 30 years ago, in weather donald trump impersonating someone that he denies is not the most important thing to talk about when you look at hillary clinton and you look at the fact that just this past week clinton foundation is charminged with exchanging access for cash. you have four dead americans in benghazi. >> meanwhile trump and vice president joe biden attended a graduation ceremony at the university of pennsylvania yesterday. trump's tiffany in marla maple and vice president granddaughter naomi students graduating. highly anticipated interview. donald trump one-on-one with fox news megyn kelly here's a preview. >> you are so powerful. you are so powerful now. >> i don't view is myself as that. i view myself as a person like everybody is fighting for survival.
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all i view myself. and i really view somewhat as a messenger. this is a massive thing that's going on. these are l manies of people disenfranchised from this country. >> it's true but they're listening to you and they're taking their cue from you. that's the the question whether now so close to the oval office whether you will take that responsibility seriously and change your tone to try to be more unifying and less divisive. >> megyn kelly presents will air tomorrow night at p.m. eastern time on the fox broadcast network. 8 p.m. president obama delivering a commencement address. presidents taking several sharp swipes at donald trump but never mentioned presumptive republican nominee by name. obama saying walls won't boost economy or enhance our security. listen.
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>> isolating or disparaging muslims suggesting that they should be treated differently when it comes to entering this country. that is not just a betrayal of our values. that's not just a betrayal of who we are. it would alienate the very communities that home and abroad who are most important partners in the part of violent extremism. >> the president also mentioned that progress in america has been bumpy but said graduates have tools to lead the u.s. to a brighter future. >> business leaders and entrepreneurs targetedded by al qaeda. middle east research institute says that latest issue much al qaeda onmagazine called on jihadis to undermine american economy by tacking business leaders and entrepreneurs. magazines corp. shows hooded killer watching an upscale home from the outside. >> scary stuff.
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brook shire hathaway warren buflt competing for yahoo! internet asset can dan gilbert founder of quicken loans and owner of the cleveland cavaliers. it is in second round of bidding for yahoo! asset answer buffett is helping to finance the offer. verizon communications also bidding for yahoo! marissa myer turning arnsd the financial performance over past four years she's been the chief executive. >> market overnight in asia we saw it. take a look right now. higher by one-third of one percent in japan. shanghai composite index over three quarter the and hang seng gained. >> down 16 points at the quarter of one percent and paris is down 34 points that is .8%. >> one thing we're watching is three down weeks in a row.
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up 11 and s&p up 2. show you the price of oil because we have a higher market this morning for kriewdz. it is up 1.9% to 47.7 a barrel. goldman sachs saying oil market gone from nearing storage saturation to being in deft that is moving price gold up 11, 12.83 an ounce. >> other currents a mix haded bag there. euro gaining against u.s. dollar. japanese yen is weeker against u.s. dollar and rest of the gang there mixed watching u.k. pound closely about the story about british exit front and center every single day there abroad and here at home. even fed watchers and fed presidents looking at that to be a risk so that's june 23rd for that referendum. in e.u. front and center. >> mark it on your calendar an tenure treasury 1.72%. >> result this is week as
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earning season starts to wind down. hear from home depot tomorrow, lows on wednesday, analysts are looking for solid earnings growth from both of these home improvement chains. staples dropped fines to merge with office depot will also report on wednesday along with target. the gap, wal-mart post numbers on thursday. analysts expect lower earning from wal-mart. government reported last week that e retail sales rose more than expected last month but reare tailers come out and talk about a struggle. >> yeah. specifically that folks aren't buying clothing anymore. private labeled brands with names look happy belly . wickened prime and momma bear with nuts, spice, vitamin and household items like diapers and laundry detergent. journal says amazon will offer them to members of the 99 dollar a year prime program. and they'll offer them later
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this month or early next month. >> negotiations between verizon and striking union officials begin genal tomorrow and that comes after top verizon and union officials met yesterday. secretary tom perez nearly 40,000 verizon employing on strike over one month. they'd been working without a contract since august. j can you believe it's been going on or for that long. apple stockses we're watching they invested in über main rival in china. d.d. is denying reports that it might go public in the u.s. next year and technologies is expected to report higher earnings in revenue when it releases results after closing bell. company spun off from hewlett-packard. >> 90 dollar mark on monday that's tough. here's a look at the headline hads in today's edition of wall street journal. insurance options dwindle in some rural region. development comes at health insurers hold out of the
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markets. journal says pressure to find tv hits is intensifying in an industry racked by fragmented viewership and comp competition from digital media. angry birds film is a gavel . financing the 73 million dollar movie with its own cash instead of licensing characters to a studio. >> coming up, it's already heating up to be a busy travel season. jeff black looks at what is being done to sure in those or very long security lines. folks are missing their flights. >> people are upset, charge through. >> after a wild week of weather last week fox meteorologist will be here to tell us if she's doing numb storm chasing this week and checking in on stocks index futures ahead of the open bell u up by five point and s&p 500 gaining one.
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>> all right it's monday get up and at them. go get them. 5:15 a.m. get you caught on what's happening right now. hints and bernie sanders poixing on tomorrow primaries in kentucky and oregon. 55 delegates are at stake in kentucky. 61 in oregon. well some new names have stayed in the bidding for yahoo! internet asset. warren buffett reportedly is backing a grown that includes dan gilbert founder of quicken loans. verizon communication a strong favorite in that bidding. and this has not been a good earnings season for retailerses thus far. target and a wal-mart will try to buck that trend when they report later on this week. u.s. stock market future after three weeks of selling seeing
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slight gains this morning. dow futurings up 6. s&p futures up about 2. lauren that's what's happening now. >> thanks nicole airports across the countries experiencing extremely long security lines. and only expected to get worse when it the beginning of the summer travel season kicks off. memorial weekend around the corner at midway airport in chicago with the details. >> this situation is nation busiest airport is really getting difficult. this is mid-way in chicago and maybe you see it shall this is where you check in tsa line and this is not a long line at all, though. folks in that line. pictures from earlier and this is what it more often than not looks like at nation airports. tsa not enough. personnel to get checked through quickly with increase of travel taken place and oklahomaland security jeh johnson on friday telling report rs he now has a 10 point plan that is aimed at improving the situation that
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includes more hiring of tsa, increased overtime as well as promoting the tsa precheck program maybe you see the sign there if you're prechecked to get to go to a shorter line and maybe a little less time spent in transit. also, yeah johnson pointing to a new potential agreement that he's working on with the airlines to either reduce the the size but reduce the number of carry-ons. that's also a big problem. slows things down from lines and maybe addition to purse and bag maybe you get one or the other that hasn't been worked out yet but johnson knows it's bad out there at the nation airpghts and hope this is 10 point plan will help but he says they're not going to compromise security. so potentially get ready for longer lines and this summer at the airports. back to you. >> not good jeff black thank you very much. new york senator chuck schumer
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is a gentle one at the cam film l festival big friendly gibbet released a new trailer as we get closer to summer opening. steen spielberg picture based on a children book with the same name. the title character and newcomer that's the little girl sophie we see that bfg will protect sophie from bigger giants who are not so friendly so that is a movie to look forward to. >> latest in world o of sports here we go. nba playoffs toronto raptors beat miami heat 116-89. to advance to conference finals to first tomb in franchise history. raptors play lebron james and cavaliers on tuesday night. wild fight broke out during yesterday toronto blue jays and texas ranger game still hard feelings from when jose flipped his back after home run and last year al division series.
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so yesterday hit by a pitch in th inning moments later they live hard on a potential double play. they ended up being in a fistfight and bautista got the worst of it. took ten minutes to stle settle this down. six e jebted from the game. rangers won that game 7-6. world number one. jason day fought through bogeys to win player championship yesterday. they never let anyone closer than two shots in the final round he closed with a one-under 7 is for a wire to wire victory. nice. >> toronto blue jays pitch or didn't let acl surgery get him down rehab hadding from surgery last year. he earned a sociology degree from duke yiewrts and yesterday backed across the stage so proud
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he got his diploma to fulfill a promise he made to his mom. paid off when he finished a regular season with a 4-0 record and gave blue jays three post season starts. >> severe storms taking aim at millions of americans as temperatures dropped maria here tracking the latest. maria, good morning. >> that's right we're tracking chilly temperatures out there especially across parts of the northeast. and by the way, across portion nulgtd this morning some of you are waking up to snow coming down. it is cold enough to actually see snow out there across the northeast. not a huge deal but flakes out there and temperatures this morning only in 30s. and low 40s or for many of you, but as we head into later on this often we'll continue to track this storm system underway across portion of the rockies into the plains. moisture and rain across kansas, oklahoma, even down into texas and then today as question get that daytime heating we're going
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to be seeing thunderstorms firing up and potential for severe weather across oklahoma, texas, and also into kansas. we have the potential to see some tornadoes with some of these storms that will be something to watch closely. otherwise several inches of rain across the plains. localized flash flooding another concern as well. head over to you. j thank you very much. >> coming up battling it out for votes this kentucky. meantime head of the republican national committee says voters want to feel the earth move. >> people just don't care. ping people look at donald trump and say, and hillary clinton and say who's going to bring an earthquake to washington, d.c.? >> we'll take a look at what is at stake in the tuesday primary. a surprise bid for warren buffett we'll look at this rare move into the digital media space. you're watching fbn:am your
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nico: brkingews is moing. mocrs are back battling for votes in coal country. hillary clinton and bernie sanders to get votes in kentucky. voters head to the polls this week in oregon. good monday morning. i am horne. lauren: ayanna lauren simonetti. donald trump sits down with megyn kelly this week that we will have the excerpts. nicole: choppy week of trading sent of trading sent the d down pit but check oare change. up about two for the s&p. >> stocks in japan got it does from the sales tax delete it and
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making up to 31% in stocks in china close into the inside pier tree to another 3.5% last week. 4704. up about 2% this morning. lauren: a rare move into the digital media space. >> wal-mart versus amazon pick the latest earnings this week while archrival amazon wants to eat even more of all my flash by jumping into the private label business with disparity in good brand such as nuts, spices and household items. lauren: in the nba playoffs, toronto raptors and the miami heat and move on to face cleveland. in baseball, bluebirds than rangers duke it out as tempers flare. nicole: 5:31 a.m. it is monday morning. may 16th. we welcome you to "fbn:am"
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comment the market, latest breaking is and what to expect that they had. lauren: democratic presidential candidates made their final push in kentucky ahead of tomorrow's primary. 55 delegates up for grabs in that state and after a loss in west virginia following are remarks, the country about all men are simple companies out of business. hillary clinton not trying hard to win support from kentucky coal industry. >> i'm the only candidate who's actually put on the table a plan for coal country. a $30 billion plan because i don't think we should leave behind the people who have turned on the lights and power to factories of the united states for a century. [cheers and applause] nicole: meanwhile, bernie sanders campaigning hard to extend his winning streak. >> for us to win the nomination and the number of alleged
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delegates that we need, pledged delegates being the delegates that are like to die the people, to win those, we have to do very commit very well and the remaining eight states. that is why we need your help takes time here in contact me. [cheers and applause] nicole: oregon is holding its primary to market its primary to market the stable worth 61 delegates. tune into fox business for special coverage of all the primaries starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern time tomorrow here on the fox business network. i'm the republican side, donald trump's advisor paul manafort defending the presumptive gop nominee after new allegations against him. in your times published an article claiming he found repeated instances of trump insulted women and making unwanted advances in the work place. the "washington post" released an audio recording with the story about trump promoting himself by pretending to be his own publicist.
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>> i couldn't tell you it is. donald trump says it's not him. i believe it's not him. i don't know the relevance other than its 25 years old come at dealing with the interest "people" magazine and they are not focusing on issues trump the china talk about today. nicole: -- >> a story 30 years ago but their donald trump impersonated someone or not is not the most important thing for us to talk about when you look at hillary clinton and the fact just this past week the clinton foundation is charged with exchanging access for cash. you've got four dead americans in benghazi. nicole: meanwhile, the president and joe biden attended a graduation ceremony yesterday. trumps daughter and the vice president's granddaughter, naomi
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were among the students graduating from the school. nicole: the highly anticipated interview. donald trump one-on-one with fox news making kelley. even if you are so powerful now. >> i view myself as a person like everybody else is fighting for survival. that's how i do i view myself now is somewhat of a messenger. this is a massive thing going on. these are millions and millions of people disenfranchised from this country. >> history but they are listening to you and they are taking their cue from you. that's the question of whether now so close to the oval office, whether you take the responsibility seriously and change your tone to try to be more unifying and less divisive. lauren: making kelley will air
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on the network. don't miss it. nicole: president obama delivering a politically charged combat miniaturize. several sharp swipes at donald trump, but never mention the presumptive republican nominee by name. president obama pointing out that people value x variants. >> to forget on a plane, we want the pilot to pilot the plane. and yet in our public lives, we certainly think i don't want somebody who's done it before. the rejection of facts, the rejection of reason and science is passed to decline. nicole: the president mentioned progress in america has been bumpy that says graduates have the tools to lead the u.s. to a brighter future.
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>> business leaders attach printers are being targeted by al qaeda. the middle east media research institute says the latest issue of the online magazine inspired good read jihadist to undermine the american economy by attacking business leaders as well as entrepreneurs. the magazine cover shows a hooded killer watching an upscale home from the street. that's terrible. tranter berkshire hathaway chairman warren buffett back in the consortium for yahoo!'s internet assets that include dan gilbert, founder of quicken loans and the owner of the cleveland cavaliers. sources say the consortium is a second round of dating in the action for yahoo!'s asset and buffett is helping to finance the author. yahoo ceo marissa mayer has been trying to turnaround the company's financial performance over the past four years. the data separate now over 50
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cents this morning. shares are up more than 1% overall when you look at percentage terms for free-market trading. lauren: america check in asia. stats to the upside of the shanghai in china 0.8% of making japan .3%. isam hong kong update and the kospi and south korea fractionally. nicole: chairman is close, switzerland close. the london ftse done a quarter of 1% and the cac in france than three quarters of 1%. lauren: this is how the trading monday morning. trying to stay positive. a 10% gain for the dow, s&p and nasdaq this morning. nicole: looking at oil. after continues to forge 7.05 for sporting up 85 cents. for the skinny $10 at 1282 a troy ounce. nicole: big retailers report the order the results as earnings season starts to wind down.
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earlier from home depot and lowe's on wednesday. analysts look for solid earnings from both of the home improvement companies. after when trying to fix up their home right now is staples which dropped plans to merge with office depot last week in the face of government opposition report on wednesday along with target, gap and wal-mart will post their latest numbers on thursday. analysts expect lower earnings and revenue from wal-mart. the governor reported last week that retail sales in april actually rose more than expect date. nicole: cap last week gave cautionary comments pertaining to assess the u.k. next expect to be in her part as well. "wall street journal" reports and sun is introducing new lines of private label brands. names such as happy valley, wickedly prime, mama bear will include nuts, spices, tea, coffee food, vitamins and household items such as diapers of laundry detergent. amazon will offer private label
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products to members of its $99 per year prime membership later on this month or early next month. lauren: those names are weird. negotiations between verizon and striking union workers will begin again tomorrow. that comes after rice and union officials met yesterday with labor secretary tom price. about 40,000 employees have been on strike for over a month. they've been working without a contract since august. full text and the steps we are watching after the company invested a billion dollars. cooper's main rival in china. and they go public in next year. meanwhile, apple ceo tim cook is derived tim cook has arrived for meetings with government officials and chinese developers. he attended a seminar today. agile and technology says to report higher earnings when it releases results after the closing bell. the company was spun off from hewlett-packard.
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nicole: a look at "the wall street journal." insurance options dwindle in several regions. development comes as health insurers pull out of unprofitable markets. the tv shows go through the test. pressure to find tv had is intensifying in an industry racked by fragmented viewership in competition from digital media. a reverse film is a gamble for mobile entertainment. the company financing the $73 million movie with its own cache instead of licensing carrots there's two a studio. lauren: coming up, florida will become ground zero and the fight against the zika virus. >> there's more to consider than the science is the biology true, you know, is this correct, will
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this work? there's always unforeseen, unintended consequences. >> after one worker was there, fox meteorologist maria molina will tell us that she's doing in she's doing in a more stern chasing this week. ahead of the opening bell, higher by 12 points in nasdaq and s&p gaining two. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ sweetheart, think about your future. jeff over there did, and just look at him!
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nicole: welcome back to transcend them. let's get you caught up in what's happening now. hillary clinton and bernie sanders focusing on tomorrow's primaries in kentucky and oregon. 55 delegates at stake in kentucky, 61 in oregon. their names have surfaced in the bidding for yahoo!'s internet access. warren buffett backing of the includes dan gilbert, founder of quicken loans progressing to indications has been considered a strong favorite. not a good earnings season for retailers so far. can target and wal-mart reverse the trend in a report later this week i should not check in and
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of stock market futures in the u.s. ahead of the opening bell, dow futures higher by 13 points, s&p and nasdaq gaining two lengths in the free market. nicole: people like to see out there is. thank you, barn. florida could be one of the first states to combat the virus with none of the genetically modified virus into its neighborhood if phil keating has all the details. reporter: barnacle, this is all about preventing a zika outbreak. one out of five outbreaks has happened here in florida. both florida senators, health experts favor of releasing 3 million genetically modified mosquitoes into the air in this neighborhood. >> we cannot afford to have a major outbreak in this country of zika. >> the food >> the food and drug administration is evaluating impacts on the environment, including public safety. the public comment period is now
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over. british lab architects say the genetically modified males produce baby mosquitoes that die before they bite and claim that reduces the mosquito by up to 90%. >> people live in the community that will be where we want to have the test. they have reservation because it's in their back yard. there's not a lot of science behind what they are saying, but the motion. >> opposition is obvious, home to a thousand people come in many saying no consent. >> my family and my community. as a business woman, and i feel to have the right if i'm going to be part of it because it's practically an experiment. >> the bottom line is you need to go to the scientific rigor because there is more to consider than just the five of is the biology correct. will this work?
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there's always done for same consequences. >> the fda, cdc have all preliminary ruled no significant impact and claims no adverse affects safari three countries. still, this may all come down to a vote of the people who live here this august. lauren and nicole. lauren: sam sat next to watch as applied for a new patent. smart bochco project onto any surface. it details how the contours can be used to create a virtuous skin-based display. also describes her fingers can be incorporated into a gesture-based control system. the watch could project on a wall or any surface. very futuristic. nicole: coming up, the weekend box office financial thriller money monster beats
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expectations. >> who is that? anybody know? >> the union thing? nicole: more on how the jodie foster film did as well as other winners. toronto raptors beat the miami heat in the miami heat and move on to face cleveland. the blue jays and rangers could check out this video. they slug it out after tempers flared. all the highlights. you are watching "fbn:am," morning markets and breaking news.
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>> are not the real criminal. it's people like these guys. they're stealing everything from us and getting away with it. >> money monster may not have top the box office this weekend, but it sure beat expert patients. the senate reunited george clooney and julia roberts and $50 million in its debut in decades of financial thriller third-place finish followed by causing $27 million to make. it dominated the box office this weekend and 72 and a half million dollars followed the jungle book in its fifth week. rounding out the top five is a new horror film, the darknes of.
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lauren: a look at the latest in the world of sports. the toronto raptors beat the miami heat 116-89 yesterday to advance to the conference finals. the raptors opened the eastern conference finals in cleveland again lebron james and the cavaliers tuesday. a wildfire broke out during yesterday's toronto blue jays and texas rangers game. there is still her feelings and josé batista flipped his bat after home run and last year's al division series aired yesterday, batista was hit and moments later he slid hard into the door on a potential double-play. they ended up in a fistfight behind the bag and batista got the worst of it. in the end, six players were ejected from the game and the rangers won southend-6. sunday night baseball the cardinals and the fifth time in eight weeks. molina had a tie-breaking two-run double in the top of the
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seventh inning. nicole: severe storms taking a glance of american. you're tracking the very latest. good morning, maria. >> temperatures dropping across parts of the northeastern u.s. the good numbers this morning. only a 33 lane and low 40s not only in places like new york city across northeast for further south across portions of the carrots minus. the storm system developing across parts of the rockies into the plains bringing and ran a bridge across this is like missouri, kansas town under portions of texas and the concern today is we will be seen storms developing that could produce damaging winds and large hail and also tornadoes across parts of oklahoma, texas and southwestern parts of kansas. make sure we have a way to get those weather warnings in several inches of rain will accompany the term system across parts of the plane.
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localized flash flooding will be a threat. nicole: maria molina, thank you very much. lauren: the harmony of the siege. check it out. it cost a billion dollars to build. it has 16 bags that it can hold 6300 passengers, 2500 state 2500 state rams, 20 restaurants, 23 pools and a skating rink. it's bigger than the eiffel tower in paris due to arrive in southampton on may 17 to undergo preparations for his first voyage with passengers. >> will run to the global market actually been seeing thus far. features up to. the mixer selling for the dow, s&p before we hand it over to martin cytherea. ♪
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>> right now are looking at dow futures are not paris. traffic was up 13, s&p futures of two after three weeks of traveling. we will turn it over to "mornings with maria." maria: hey, nicole. happy monday, everybody. monday, may 16. good morning.
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candidate eye in the next round of primaries. coal country back and focus as democrats in kentucky head to the polls tomorrow. bill clinton says she will recruit her husband to fix the economy. meanwhile, issued a warning over trump bernie sanders. >> my likely opponent, the presumptive republican nominee and honestly the things he said about the economy or just frightening. >> i voted for the otto balog and bernie sanders voted against it. i'll tell you what, looking at it now it's even clearer this way. maria: looking at the state of jobs this morning. the stars of nacchio's hit show but could tonight here plus two is the best candidate for their industry? the evacuation of 75,000 seat stadium. a lifeli

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