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maria: breaking news hillary clinton slams donald trump's foreign-policy ideas as dangerous and incoherent but trump doesn't waste any time firing back at a rally in california. i'm nicole pedallides. lauren: i am lauren simonetti outside the trump rally, anti-trump protesters attack trump's supporters with punches and eggs and burning the american flag, shocking video. nicole: a key report on the economy, how strong or weak is the labor market? the labor market, the biggest
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economic news and the fed will consider that when they consider whether to do another interest rate hike. lauren: checking in on stock market futures ahead of the jobs data at 8:30 eastern time, dow futures up 6 points, nasdaq futures down two points, relatively muted. nicole: investors in asia on hold for the jobs report. the nikkei rose 1/2%. in shanghai composite index up 1/2 present as well. lauren: oil prices holding steady and up 0.1% at $41.22 a barrel. lauren: jack dorsey's twitter is the latest company to kick the tires of yahoo but is there a deal in the works? we have the latest. lauren: in game one of the nba finals the golden state warriors with the cleveland cavaliers. at the french open serena williams has a tough time with an unseeded opponent.
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highlights coming up. nicole: it is 5:01 eastern time on june 3rd, tgif, your first look at the markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: 5 soldiers killed and four missing at fort hood, texas after an army truck carrying 12 soldiers overturned in a flooded creek. three soldiers were hospitalized. governor greg abbott issuing a statement saying, quote, texas is ready to provide any assistance to fort hood as they deal with the tragedy. more than half of the state is under flood watches or warnings. a new storm could dump several inches of rain in parts of texas by the weekend. another anti-trump protest, protesters burning an american flag outside a trump rally in san jose. a group of demonstrators attacked trump supporters, a dozen or more people were reportedly punched as they left
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the event where hillary clinton was slammed after the secretary of state strongly criticized him in her speech in san diego. >> when you watched her today she does not look presidential, that i can tell you. this is not a president. remember i said i was a counterpunch or? i am. after what she said about me today in her phony speech, that was a phony speech, i will say this. hillary clinton has to go to jail. she has to go to jail. nicole: peter barnes has more from washington. >> reporter: hillary clinton ripped into donald trump on national security saying he does not have the experience, judgment or temperament to be commander-in-chief, national security minded republicans and independents who may not like her but mike vote for her over the billionaire businessman, and the leader of the world's only superpower in these perilous times. >> this is not someone who
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should ever have the nuclear code because it is not hard to imagine donald trump leading us into a war just because somebody got under his very thin skin. >> reporter: clinton defended her record in the iran nuclear deal. republicans attacks clinton for that agreement as well as for her role in the intervention in libya and international developments in us policy. the are in c sent reporters a 14 page critique of her titled hillary clinton, a disaster for us national security. a failure as secretary of state who defend the week obama administration foreign-policy cannot be trusted with our security. lauren: bernie sanders targeting hillary clinton and donald trump at a rally in california. >> help lead the opposition to that disastrous war. [applause]
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>> she supported that disastrous war. every day he makes a statement which is more absurd than the statement he made the day before. nicole: all three are campaigning in california today. the nation's top republican endorsing the party's presumptive presidential nominee, paul ryan declared his support in a newspaper column published in his wisconsin hometown saying he would vote for donald trump. this after three weeks after they had a meeting in washington. >> what matters to me more than anything else are core principles, policies that come from them. the agenda we are driving in the house that we are about to release and i wanted to have a good comfort level that these policies, these principles and policies are something we could
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work with him on. nicole: trump tweeted in response glad to have the support of paul ryan, we will both be working hard to make america great again. tragedy in the skies over tennessee. the pilot of a blue angels fighter jet died when the plane crashed just after takeoff. >> oh no, no! god bless it, no! oh my god! lauren: a us official says the pilot has been identified marine captain jeff coosa. it happened before and airshow this weekend. here is what one eyewitness saw. >> that particular blue angel was doing some barrel rolls in the air and was flying off a little, got down below the tree line over there, looks like he was lying on his belly going down and that was the end of it.
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nicole: the pilot of an air force thunderbird ejected before his plane crashed following a flyover in colorado at the u.s. air force commencement ceremony. >> major turner is in good health, no civilian structures are individuals were hurt and major turner did a great job trying to get the aircraft in a place where it wouldn't hurt anyone. nicole: president obama met with major turner and thanked him for his service. the president expressing his relief that the pilot was not seriously hurt. tough day yesterday. more turmoil in venezuela. people taking to the streets shouting we want food. security forces firing tear gas near the presidential palace in caracas in the latest outbreak of street violence. hundreds of angry venezuelans were met by national guard troops and police who were blocking a major road.
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there is a shortage of conmer goods like milk and flour as the venezuelan government tries to cope with an economic crisis. we showed you some pictures of desperate people looting food trucks like those and picking through the garbage. turning to economic news the most closely watched economic report of the month comes out this morning, the may jobs report could figure into whether the federal reserve raises rates at a meeting later this month or next month. economists are looking for 164,000 jobs to be added, slight increase from april's 160,000. the unemployment rate is expected to fall to 4.9% from 5%, hiring last month, may have been distorted by the recent strike at verizon communications which sidelined 35,000 workers. we have complete coverage and analysis of the may jobs report on "mornings with maria" and that starts in the 8 am hour of that show. lauren: that is the market
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movers. in asia stocks close the final session of the weekend, 1/2% gain for the shanghai in china and the nikkei in japan, the hang seng in hong kong up 4%, the cosby in south korea up fractionally. europe up as well, across the board major averages gaining 1/2%, london footsie up 3/4%. the third winning week in a row, final session ahead of the jobs report completely unchanged, dow futures up 5 points, nasdaq futures down t. a reminder the nasdaq closed yesterday at its highest level this year. oil the day after opec's unchanged 4917, gold up one dollar and 66. nicole: right hailing services uber and lift, they will test deliveries in the next week 2 weeks in denver and phoenix, charging customers between $7,
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and $10 to make the delivery. walmart hopes to speed up shipment times and better compete with rivals like amazon. walmart also testing flying drones to handle inventory at its large warehouses. they can scan in one day what takes a human worker one month. lauren: twitter was interested in a merger with yahoo. sources tell the new york post the twitter officials met with yahoo's management led by marissa mayer several weeks ago. twitter about out of the bidding process soon after the meeting. the next round of bids for yahoo's core internet business are due early next week. verizon is still considered the leader of the bidders. nicole: the golden state warriors took game one last night without a big night from the stars. stefan curry, the warriors beat lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers 104-89, stefan curry and clay thompson combined for 20 points but the bench came up
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big with 45. 's coach steve kerr said the team is always prepared. >> when i have them both playoff like that with their shooting the one thing we talked about all year is if we defend and take care of the ball we always have somebody score enough points for us. lauren: game 2 sunday in oakland. nicole: there is no i in team. let's look at the headlines in today's addition of the wall street journal, ceo pay shrank 4.6% with little coalition to investor returns, none of the year's 10 highest-paid ceos ran one of the best performing companies. redstone has legal mental capacity to make decisions according to his doctor, has the legal capacity to make these decisions and will do these in recent weeks regarding an oversight of his controlling interest in viacom and cbs as
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well. ford is reelected. name change is short for tribune online content. tribune didn't indicate how much support there was for the takeover attempt. nicole: are the chinese buying up luxury hotels in the us? to spy on our businesses? >> the second you accept the wi-fi connection all the transmission of data you leverage from your device and many times the device itself and information held on it can be accessed by that network. nicole: catherine herridge has the story force, your first look at morning markets and breaking news, hope you have great weekend plans, it is 5:12 am friday morning.
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nicole: good friday morning, it is 5:15 on the east coast. hillary clinton in attack mode yesterday blasting donald trump in a speech calling his foreign-policy, quote, dangerously incoherent. trump went on the counterattack calling clinton's speech pathetic and phony and a hit job. trump held a rally in san jose, california last night. protesters and trump supporters clashing in the streets. some of the protesters punching and throwing eggs at trump supporters, others waived mexican flags. a jobs report out this morning,
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a significant role in whether the federal does or does not raise interest rates at its june 15th meeting, there reporters out at 8:30 eastern time and ahead of that muted action on wall street looking at futures, the s&p is unchanged, dow futures up 5, nasdaq futures down 2. it was a winning week for the s&p and nasdaq. lauren: everyone like that for their 401(k)s. china may have come up with an innovative way to steal american secrets. you could easily because up in it. fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge has the details. >> reporter: the report one of a massive campaign by the chinese government to buy up luxury hotels as part of a strategy to steal business secrets. >> the chinese are responsible for 95% of the economic espionage we see in american firms. rather than describe the hotel
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and certainly compromised we are calling it a high security risk. >> reporter: the research group shows 2700 locations. the chinese government owned, controlled or affiliated hotel properties. it comes down to the fear of bugging rooms and eavesdropping. there is no definitive evidence of spying in western hotels the chinese military runs its worldwide hacking operation out of a nondescript shanghai office building. there is a long history of using them for economic espionage and experts warn internet and wi-fi services are especially vulnerable. >> the second you accept that wi-fi connection all the transmission of data and many times the device itself and the information on it can be accessed by the network. >> reporter: the risk may not be hypothetical, the us government broke with decades of tradition last year and abandoned the waldorf-astoria for the un general assembly meetings after it came under chinese ownership. asked about the decision the white house spokesman offered a
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vague explanation. >> there are a range of considerations that influence where the president will stay when he is not at the white house and those considerations include everything from available space to cost and security. >> reporter: fox news reached out to two luxury hotels identified in the research was the waldorf-astoria in new york and a second luxury hotel in washington dc and there was no immediate response both the waldorf said they were confident there were no security issues. lauren: coming up in the nba finals, a supporting cast, not star stefan curry who led the golden state warriors to victory over the cleveland cavaliers. >> really proud of the way everybody contributed in the entire squad coming in and making an impact on games. nicole: at the french open
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serena williams had a tough time with enunciated opponent. we have that at this. ♪ nicole: the autopsy report for prince is out. we have the details. we will be right back.
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♪ nicole: the death of prince was caused by an opioid overdose. went to the medical examiner prince died of an accidental overdose after self administering the powerful
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painkiller, the 57-year-old singer was found dead on april 21st in the elevator of his estate. a former assistant to prince telling the associated press the prince did not drink. while she worked for him she never saw him take any pills and she never got anything. we are going to leave you a sports alert turning to the world of sports, the opening game of the nba finals went to the warriors, sean livingston scored 20 points to help golden state to at 104-88 victory over the cleveland cavaliers, steph curry and clay thompson combined 20 points, the warriors outscored cleveland's reserve 45-10. serena williams, an embarrassing loss in a day interrupted by rain at the french open. the champion overcame her spirited opponents to move
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within two matches of the tournament win. in the 7 i finals today, let's turn to the men app side, know that joe coverage had a win, next beasts number 13 in the semi final today. the other men semifinal, andy murray against -- turning to baseball, giants flanked the freeze, 6-0 last night. madison baumgartner helped the giants on the mound winning six rate decisions that it is week 2 run homer, allowed four hits in 7 and two third innings with 11 strikeouts. deadly weather in texas, record flooding wreaking havoc for ranchers trying to control their herds. look at this video. you can see cattle flooding the highways frantically trying to avoid the high water, 31 counties under a state of
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emergency and more rain is on the way. fox meteorologist maria molina has the latest, warnings and advisories, poor texas. maria: really heartbreaking, we have been dealing with a year's worth of rain in one month and continuing to deal with rain through the day, slow-moving storms bringing rain into this weekend, i want to share with you the forecast totals that are forecast into the day monday and you can see areas that pick up four to six inches of additional rain. with that moisture across the region heavy rain coming down west of dallas, also across portions of louisiana. the eastern us, we had tropical depression body, got downgraded and re-intensified into a tropical depression moving away from the coast but still dealing with showers and storms across
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parts of north carolina. in northern plains we have severe weather in the forecast, damaging wind, hail and isolated tornadoes possible out there across iowa into minnesota, nebraska and south dakota. nicole: thank you. coming up hillary clinton slams donald trump's foreign-policy ideas is dangerous and incoherent but trump didn't wait time firing back. >> that was a phony speech. hillary clinton has to go to jail, she has to go to jail. maria: the latest in the battle over foreign-policy and looks like jack dorsey's twitter is the latest to kick the tires of yahoo but is there a deal in the works? the latest report for you, you are watching "fbn a.m.," your morning look at markets and breaking news. these guys represent blood cells.
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nicole: hillary clinton slams donald trump's foreign-policy ideas is dangerous and incoherent but trump doesn't waste time firing back at a rally in california. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole pedallides. anti-trump protesters turn ugly attacking trump supporters with punches and eggs and burning the american flag, we have the shocking video. nicole: how strong or weak is the labor market? the jobs report is the latest big economic news before the fed
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considers an interest rate hike. lauren: market futures a mixed bag, dow futures up, s&p futures down, nasdaq down ahead of the big economic report, big moves in asia. investors on hold for the us jobs report, the nikkei rose 1/2%. in china the shanghai composite rose the same. lauren: no decision on curbing oil supplies, oil prices holding steady, $49.17 a barrel. lauren: jack dorsey's twitter is the latest to kick the tires of yahoo? is there a deal fill in the works? nicole: the golden state warriors with the cleveland cavaliers, the french open, serena williams has a tough time with an unseeded opponent. we have the highlights. lauren: it is 5:31 in new york, friday, june 3rd, welcome to "fbn a.m.," your first look at what is moving in markets, the
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latest breaking news and what to expect for the final day before the weekend. nicole: 5 soldiers killed in four missing in fort hood, texas after an army truck carrying 12 soldiers overturned in a flooded creek, three soldiers were hospitalized, governor gray gavitt issued a statement saying texas is ready to provide any assistance to fort hood as they deal with this tragedy. more than half of the state is under flood watches or warnings, a new storm could dump several inches of rain in parts of texas by the weekend. nicole: and anti-trump protest, we will show you this video, you can see protesters burning an american flag outside a trump rally in san jose. a group of demonstrators attacked trump supporters, a dozen or more people reportedly punched as they were leaving the event where did that donald trump slammed hillary clinton hours after the secretary of state criticized him in his
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speech in san diego. >> when you watched her today she does not look presidential, that i can tell you, she does not. this is not a president was remember i said i was a counterpunch or? i am. after what she said about me in her phony speech, that was a phony speech, a donald trump hit job, i will say this, hillary clinton has to go to jail, she has to go to jail. nicole: the rhetoric is getting ugly. peter barnes has more from washington. >> hillary clinton ripped into donald trump on national security saying he does not have the experience, judgment or temperament to be commander-in-chief, a play for national security minded republicans and independents who may not like her but might grudgingly vote for her over the billionaire businessman as the leader of the world's only superpower in these perilous times. >> this is not someone who should ever have the nuclear codes because it is not hard to
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imagine donald trump leading us into a war just because somebody got under his very thin skin. >> clinton defended her record after the iran nuclear deal, republicans attacked clinton as well for her role in the intervention in libya and other international the government and us policies. the rnc sent reporters a 14 page critique entitled hillary clinton, a disaster for us national security. failure as secretary of state who defend the week obama administration foreign-policy cannot be trusted with our security. >> bernie sanders targeting clinton and trump in a rally in california. >> leading the opposition to the disastrous war. she supported that disastrous war. every day he makes a statement
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which is more absurd than the statement he made the day before. >> sanders, clinton and trump campaigning in california today ahead of the primary. the nation's top republican finally endorsing the party's presumptive presidential nominee. house speaker paul ryan declared his support in a newspaper column published in his wisconsin hometown saying he would vote for donald trump. this comes three weeks after the two had a meeting in washington. >> what matters to me more than anything else are core principles, the policies that came from them. the agenda we are driving in the house and about to release and i just wanted to have a good comfort level these principles and policies are something we could work with him on. >> donald trump said so great to
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have the endorsement and support of paul ryan and we will both be working very hard to make america great again. some tough news for you, tragedy in the skies over tennessee, the pilot of the blue angels fighter jet died when his plane crashed after takeoff. >> oh no, no! god bless it, no! no! marco my god! marco my god! nicole: you can hear the pain in those voices and that video. the us official says the pilot has been identified as marine captain jeff coots. it happened during a practice flight before an air show. here is what one witness saw. >> that particular blue angel was doing some barrel rolls it looks like in the air and he was flying awful low and kind of got below the tree line over there
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and looked like he was going down and that was the end of it. maria: that wasn't the only accident yesterday. the pilot of an air force thunderbird safely ejected yesterday before his plane crashed following a flyover in colorado at a u.s. air force commencement ceremony. >> major turner is in good health, no civilian structures or individuals were hurt. major turner did a great job getting the aircraft to a place where he is safe. nicole: president obama met with major turner, thanked him for his service, the president also expressing relief that the pilot was not seriously injured. more turmoil in venezuela. people are taking to the streets shouting we want food.
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security forces firing tear gas at the presidential palace in the latest of the outbreaks in the street and with this violence hundreds of angry venezuelans were met by national guard troops and police who blocked, there is a shortage of consumer goods of milk and flowers the venezuelan government coped with a severe economic crisis amid falling oil prices. we show you these pictures of desperate people looting food trucks, picking through garbage. lauren: let's get caught up on a global market action, we start with a closely watched economic report that comes up later this morning. whether or not the fed raises interest rates at its meeting later this month, economists are looking for 164,000 new jobs added, slight increase from april's 160,000. the unemployment rate expected to fall to 4.9% retiring last month may have been distorted by the verizon strike which
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sideline 30,000 workers, we have complete coverage and analysis of the may jobs report on "mornings with maria" at 8 am eastern time. let's get you caught up. global market action, we kick it off in asia. up there is on the global market so let's start in asia, the shanghai composite index in china and japan's nikkei up 1/2%. and the cosby in korea squeak out a gain as well. in europe this is how stocks are trading this friday morning, barrows 48 points looking at the ftse in london, 38 looking at the decks in germany and 16 looking at the cac in paris. stock market futures look like this, the nasdaq up 7 days in a row, highest close of 2015 negative for the year but today the nasdaq is slightly down 3 points, s&p futures down 1/2, the tao is seeing a slight gain of three points. opec says no change in output. $49.19 is the quota for oil
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right now. gold 12 $12.13 an ounce, not even a dollar. yesterday hitting its lowest level since february. and the programming note for you now. coming up tonight on wall street we can look at the economy. the presidential election and the call for changes in corporate taxes. here is a preview. >> what i'm interested in is will we see growth initiatives from our government. i don't think we will see it. i don't think anything will change but we need things like corporate tax reform, we have $2 trillion sitting offshore not doing anything for us or the world and if we can resolve some of those questions without screwing up international relationships i think the economy will explode. nicole: you can catch that at 8:00 pm eastern time right here on the foxbusiness network. the nba playoffs last night and golden state warriors without a
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big night from 7 curry. the warriors beat lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers 104-89, stefan curry and clay thompson combined for 20 points but the bench came up big with 35 points, the bench made a difference in the game. >> regardless of the shooting throughout the course of the night, definitely get a boost when our bench guys come in and change the game. lauren: game 2 is on sunday in oakland. here is a look at the headlines of today's edition of the wall street journal. ceo pay shrank 4.6% with little coalition to investor returns. the journal says none of the year's 10 highest-paid ceos ran one of the 10 best performing companies. redstone has legal mental capacity to make decisions
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according to his doctor. he has the capacity to make these decisions he has made in recent weeks regarding oversight of his controlling interests in viacom and cbs and tribune changes its name to trump and its borders reelected. the name change is short for tribune online content. it did not indicate how much support there was for its takeover attempt, president obama tries to take in the economy. >> almost every economic measure, america is better off than when i came here. at the beginning of my presidency. that is the truth. lauren: not so fast. we will look at the numbers and find a different economic story. we will be right back.
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nicole: it is 5:45 in new york, let's get you caught up on what is happening now. hillary clinton in attack mode yesterday blasting donald trump in a speech calling his foreign-policy dangerously -- dangerous and incoherent. trump quickly went on the counterattack calling clinton's speech pathetic and phony and a hit job. trump held a rally in san jose california last night outside protesters and trump supporters clashed in the streets. some of the protesters punched and threw eggs at trump
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supporters. others waived the mexican flag, we even saw the american flag burning, outrage on that one. may jobs report could play significant role in whether or not the fed decides to raise interest rates at its june 15th meeting, the report is due out check out stock market futures which are in a wait and see mode on this important jobs day and we will see dow futures up one, s&p futures down 1/2. that is happening now. lauren: president obama tried defending his record against republican critics even taking a shot at fox but not so fast, blake berman found a different economic story. >> president obama tried to take an economic victory lap in indiana, the site of his first domestic visit as president, returns to highlight the economic progress he says he has seen during his administration.
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he also unleashed a barrage of criticism against donald trump and republicans also taking a swipe at fox news. he contended fox is pushing a story the, quote, middle-class families like yours have been victimized by big bloated federal government run by a bunch of elitists. we looked at the numbers and there are two sides to this economic coin. on the one hand the president and his administration, 14 million jobs created during the obama years including 74 months of private-sector job growth and sharply falling unemployment rate down to 5% however a deeper dive shows the current struggle for millions across the country. when the president took office, $50,000. 7 years later roughly the same. factor in inflation and it is moving in the wrong direction. looking at labor force
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participation rate it is the lowest it has been in decades and has been on a steady decline during the obama presidency. many economists contend that has been a part in the increasing unemployment rate. the president claimed success in controlling government spending. critics argue comparing spending to the last year of the bush administration with the government was addressing the 2007 financial crisis is an artificially high comparison and spending hasn't been brought down to precrisis levels since. federal outlays this year are expected to hit $4 trillion, roughly $1 trillion more than in his first year in office. back to you in new york. coming up the nba finals, a supporting cast, not the supporting star stefan kerry who led them to victory over the cleveland cavaliers. >> really proud of the way everybody contributed in championships without the entire squad coming in making an
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♪ lauren: prince, an icon, a legend, the death of prince was caused by an opioid overdose.
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according to the midwest medical examiner's office prince died of an accidental overdose -- overdose after administering a powerful painkiller, 57-year-old singer was found dead on april 21st in the elevator of his estate. maria brown, former assistant to prince told the associated press that prince did not drink and also that working for him, she never saw him take any pills or get any on his behalf. let's switch to sports. the opening game of the nba finals went to the warriors. sean livingston scored 20 points to help golden state to a 104-88 victory over the cleveland cavaliers, stefan curry had 11 points but they out quickly but after their 45-10. lebron james had 23 points and kevin love added 17 for the cavs, game 2 sunday in oakland. serena williams battles back to escape an embarrassing loss on
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another day interrupted by rain at the french open. the defending champion overcame her spirited opponent to move within two matches of a tournament win, she will play 50 eighth-ranked tiki of the netherlands. a win over thomas verdict. he is next to me number 13 dominic team of austria in this am i finals today, the other men's to my final is andy murray against defending champion. the struggling new york yankees snapped a 3-game losing streak with a 5-numfour win over the detroit tigers last night. the yankees closer pitched out of his own bases-loaded, no out jam in the ninth inning helped by a slick double-play right there. deadly weather in texas, record flooding wreaking havoc for
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ranchers trying to control their herds. you can see cattle flooding the highways practically trying to avoid the high waters. 31 counties under a state of emergency and more rain is on the way. fox meteorologist maria molina has the latest on the warnings, advisories, to tell us the latest news. maria: we continue to track the storm system that is bringing a lot of heavy rain across texas and making the flooding much worse especially river flooding that has been ongoing out here in the forecast is for several more inches to come down across texas, we are talking four to six inches of rain across parts of the state bringing in additional flooding concerns. looking at radar a lot of that moisture continuing to spin out here, the storm system a very slow mover. across the eastern us tracking some moisture out here, some showers across parts of the northeast. bonnie redeveloped into a tropical depression, showers and stores possible across parts of north carolina. a new storm system moving across
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portions of the midwest bringing the potential for damaging winds, some hail and isolated tornadoes. over to you. lauren: you want to tune in to fox sunday night for the premiere of legends and lies, the patriots, season 2 turned its focus on america's founding fathers. here is a sneak peek. >> no time for ceremony. warlike measures cover our waters and dark in our land. why stand we here idle? our brethren already in the field, i know not course what others may take but as for me, give me liberty or give me death. >> you can catch the first episode sam adams and paul revere, the rebellion sunday, june 5th at 8:00 pm eastern on
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fox news channel. lauren: we handed over to "mornings with maria". we've seen a mixed bag for futures dow futures up 2, s&p done 2 as we wait for the jobs report. "mornings with maria" coming up. stay with us on "fbn a.m.".
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lauren: a mixed bag for stocks as we go to "mornings with maria," good morning to maria bartiroma. maria: good morning.
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i am maria bartiroma. it is friday, june 3rd, it is 6:00 am on the east coast, violence erupted another donald trump rally, protesters attacking trump supporters losing control, burning american flag throwing punches, this just hours after hillary clinton launched a new attack on the presumptive republican nominee. >> he is not just an prepared, he is temperamentally unfit to hold an office that requires knowledge, stability and immense responsibility. >> we don't say like ted anymore. we love ted. right? we love him. i would love to use it on lying crooked hillary. she is a liar. she

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