nicole: breaking news this morning, donald trump clarifies immigration policy that sean hannity while hillary clinton tries to defend up foundation cash and she weighs in on the skyrocketing price of epipen. i am sad sad then peered lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. janet yellen speaking tomorrow morning. the bad diplomat and 55 points yesterday. see how futures are trading ahead of the opening bell. teleplays for the nasdaq and the free market.
drain to the nikkei fell in one quarter of 1% of the shanghai composite index down half of 1%. amid concerns about a global oversupply of crude oil. $46.74 a barrel down fractionally. tree into the death toll in italy climbed to nearly 250 people appeared the very latest there. lauren: for iranian navy ships could wait until you hear the audio. nicole: shares of computer and printer maker hp was 6% in premarket trading. lauren: suspended for something she said during the olympics. david ortiz makes history despite a losing cause last night. nicole: 5:01 a.m. your first look at today's markets come in the latest breaking news and what to expect
the day ahead. lauren: donald chow clarifying his position on how to deal with illegal immigrants in the united states at a town hall event by sean hannity last night. >> no citizenship in >> go a step further. they have to pay back taxes. they pay taxes. there's no amnesty. lauren: the nominee is open to soften a month estimated 11 million people in the country illegally. drunk previously said he would create a deportation course. president clinton dismissed in a paper plate after an associated press found more than half of the nongovernment officials who met with her while she was secretary of state gave money to the clinton foundation. >> my work as secretary of state
was not influenced by the outside forces. i made policy decisions based on what i felt was right to keep americans safe and to protect u.s. interests abroad. the state department has said itself that there is no evidence of any kind of impropriety at all. train to the clinton campaign asked to amend or remove between about the report, but they declined to do so. julian a staunch, the founder wiki link saying his organization will release significant documents before the election. this after he became a hot senate committee last month. just ahead the democratic national convention. lauren: helical antennas criticizing the drug makers mylan for the huge price of epipen. run by the daughter of west virginia senator joe mention. liz claman has the latest.
>> versus allergy sufferers that advocates for people who suffer from life-threatening allergies and now hillary clinton inserting herself into the biggest price gouging scandal since the farmer grow martin shkreli. mylan's life-saving epipen. the price jump from $57 in 2007 to as much as $700 for a pair of them today. clinton released in a statement is the latest troubling example of a company taking advantage of its consumers. it is wrong when drug companies put profits ahead of patient and are raising prices without justifying the value behind them. hillary clinton was sure to say they would keep an innovative but when you don't pour a lot of money into developing something, why is the price going up? the come to me managed to quietly move its headquarters
overseas to lower its tax bill. the specialty drug back in 2014 for about $5 billion to the netherlands in the suburb of pittsburgh. lauren: the ceo of mylan pharmaceutical companies claiming skyrocketing prices on obama carrots same high deductibles are reason for the hike. they did support of $2.7 million, an increase of 8% from last year. nicole: taxpayers covering for children on medicaid. breaking news this morning. the debt toll has climbed to 247 following yesterday's devastating earthquake in italy. rescue crews going through piles of rock and sand that were once buildings looking for survivors. they sustained heavy damage including one for a festival.
family in the area where the quake hit that he has not heard from his cousin. >> in the region it is communication issues. they've seen pictures of the area where their home is and it's destroyed. nicole: tony palladino said he saw video of his cousins been rescued so here's hoping his cousins are also alive. lauren: the fight against time. very tense moments before iranian patrol boats in the u.s. navy warship during the persian gulf. take listen to this. the by their discoverer, man -- patrol. appears to be unsafe, unprofessional.
lauren: u.s. navy official said that the best part of the revolutionary guard harass the uss myth that the no missiles were fired. a really high rate of speed but 10 players in both directions. to those came within 300 feet of the yard before they broke off their shades. avoiding responsibility against other terrorist groups. the huge corporations such as google, facebook, twitter are passing the buck are hiding behind their international status. the three companies told the committee earlier this year that they cooperate with law enforcement to remove extremist content. lauren: a tragic accident, truck driver was playing the popular mobile game.
he had two women, killing one and injuring the other. the driver was distracted by the game after recent instances in other countries. a teenager shot and killed in guatemala after breaking into the house while playing pokémon go. some players in britain were robbed at gunpoint last month. in the u.s., for teenagers in missouri arrested for using pokémon go to a robbery victims. nicole: me start off in a shed. mostly down arrows. the nikkei and japan, the hong kong hang seng and koreas cost me just fractionally. lauren: trading to get out of bed this morning. the ftse down 50 points in london. the dx and germany declared in 127 points this morning. mining stocks and health care stats of the week performance thus far. train to all life and jack and
hole, wyoming when we are from had janet said three talking about interest rates. s&p down four. nasdaq futures down 10. the dow dropped three the dow dropped three of the four illustrating days. lauren: crude oil goes down 2.8% yesterday of $46.82 a barrel. 1329 announced. truth to money being pulled from hedge funds with investors taking out $25 billion last month. that is the biggest outflow since february 2009. the data comes from investment report hedge fund charged higher fees to manage client money and are under pressure to perform better. nicole: hp template in extended trading after the maker of pcs and printers issued a profit for the current quarter and that disappointing guidance overshadowed
better-than-expected third order results. hp's revenue and earnings strength from a year ago. there was stabilizing personal computer business at its largest source of revenue. hp became independent as part of the breakup of the former hewlett-packard. let's start off with first-quarter results. before the opening bell, medtronic has been adding to its portfolio devices, we will be listening for the company's next step. we will also hear from tiffany this morning. the jeweler expected to post another decline in quarterly sales due to the strong dollar. that's part of it which has discouraged or run high-end jewelry. sears will release results before the opening. the parent is due to report a wider quarterly loss and lower revenue could pair to a year ago.
lauren: look at headline in today's edition of "the wall street journal." oil companies big john's dad. bp, chevron, that a two-year slump in the price of oil. by a company strengthen its rain sent paramount. )-right-paren or pressure to defend the film record and present day turnaround plan. are your sheets egyptian cotton? wal-mart, target, u.s. retailers and tangled over the biggest textile companies supplying stores with phony egyptian cotton sheets. nicole: coming up, pull country, the first state in the nation to totally wipe out the use of coal power. what the alternative? >> this is basically a mandate. there is no way the wind can physically power the grid.
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hi, john. (announcer vo) so wherever work takes you, you can put your customers first. introducing one talk-- another way verizon connects your business better. learn how at onetalk.com. lauren: lipsky caught up in what's happening now. a town hall event hosted by sean hannity last night that he is open to a softening on immigration. he said no amnesty and a citizenship for people here illegally. hillary clinton said there is a lot of smoke and no fire. in an associated press report about clinton foundation donors and being accessed during her time as secretary of state. overseas, the deaths on the devastating earthquake continues to rise. sniffer dogs working through the night checking houses reduced to just piles of rubble.
nicole: bad news for hewlett-packard. they did beat wall street evidence that they dropped in after-hours. let's check in from the stock market futures ended the opening bell. dow futures down 31, s&p futures down three. nasdaq futures getting up eight. nicole: thanks, lauren. oregon now looking to become the first state in the nation to seize out cold. this story from portland. the last one in the state is about to be shut down for good pressured by environmental activists as democratic controlled legislature became the first in the nation to completely ban coal power, a mandate that begins in 14 years. >> people in oregon are interested in saying let's find a way to get rid of the cold.
trying to post a generous 40% of america's electricity and means one third of oregon's demand. despite a boom, renewable wind and solar make up 8%. oregon is headed for big rate increases. >> this is basically one mandate. there is no way that wind can physically power that read because days, weeks on end when produced zero. >> major utility supports the ban even though they can't say for sure how but keep the lights on. they fret about initiative even less flexible. >> the cost of the renewable standard is too high for customers. we don't have to be there. >> a major problem could begin a new power to the grid. the u.s. chamber of commerce report called project no project than 351 recent ventures that never got built. 140 of them renewables often challenge by environmentalists. >> virtually anything you can find in federal law being
complied with can be used as the lawsuit to stop the project. >> case in point, a wind park for eastern oregon. residents challenging for years. no doubt feeling windfarm fatigue. >> when they are done, animals and eastern oregon without living under a wind turbine. >> oregon's carbon for print but further power grid to see change with risky new bloggers. turn it is to indiana ripping roofs off apartment building sending air conditioners into parked cars. i shut the door and then it blew my window out. that was it. i was so scared.
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for six months. after sweden eliminated the olympics, solo called to squeeze a bunch of cowards for focusing on defense rather than offense. u.s. soccer president said so those comments for both unacceptable and do not meet the standard of conduct we require for my national team players. so that will not be eligible for selection to the national team until february. david or tease at the boston red sox games of oldest to hit the first day she sought in the first inning for a two-run homer. it is in a losing cause. toronto for first in the al east. just one game behind the american league east now. baltimore closed back inside and
to restrict a 43 games without giving up an orange rind. he shut down the ninth-inning rally to help the orioles hold off. 10-8 last night. lauren: number of tornadoes touching down yesterday today down yesterday to hinder us off apartment holdings, falling on. the good news is there were no serious injuries. maria molina has been tracking this. she's here with the latest. good morning. >> either way, more than 30 reported tornadoes including states like indiana and into ohio. a very dangerous day during the afternoon and evening hours across parts of the midwest. today we anticipate another round of possible severe weather including ohio and indiana and again and interior portions of the northeast in a secondary
area across parts of kansas and oklahoma. the bit thread are here be damaging wind, hail and also isolated tornadoes. have a heads up in a way to get weather warnings. across the atlantic would've been tracking this area and have had a concern that it could potentially become a tropical storm and models are still hinting towards that. this string of a storm system over the next two days. if you live in florida or parts of the southeast coast, you really need to make sure to see what happens over the next few days. right now the storm is bringing messy weather across heavy rain and very gusty winds. otherwise temperatures across the eastern u.s. with 94 across florida. places like memphis and middle 80s, further north across new
york city. over to you. nicole: mother earth could be circling the star. a new planet of the delivered four light-years away from earth. the plane and its 1.3 times the size of earth. scientists believe the temperature is within the range for liquid water could stay on its surface without evaporating. maybe we aren't alone after all. lauren: on the campaign trail, hillary clinton weighs in on skyrocketing price while donald chen continues to clarify his immigration policy. >> really great, great people come up to me. they said mr. trump i love you,
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lauren: freakiness. donald trump clarifies the sean hannity while hillary clinton tries to defend the clinton foundation cash and she ways than on the skyrocketing price of epipen. good morning i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning i am mylan. the meeting in jackson hole, wyoming. the dow pullback 65 points yesterday. u.s. stock market futures this morning. dow futures down 14, s&p futures dropping one.
oil prices by another 2.8% of its concern about a global oversupply of. twenty-eight cents to the upside. lauren: the death toll in an earthquake in italy climbed to 250 people. we will have the from italy. iranian navy ships harass american destroyer. we will hear audio. lauren: shares of the computer maker and hp sinking 6% in premarket trading. nicole: in sports, the u.s. women's national soccer team has been standing for something something she said during the olympics. david ortiz makes history. all the highlights coming out. 5:31 in new york. thursday, august 24th. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect today ahead.
nicole: donald trump clarifying his position on how to deal with undocumented immigrants in the united states at a town hall event hosted by sean hannity last night. >> here's the big question. no citizenship. go further. they will pay back taxes. they have to pay taxes. there is no amnesty. but we work with them. lauren: the nominee saying he is opening to soften and not dealing with the estimated 11 million people that are in this country illegally. try previously said he would create deportation forces. lauren: hillary clinton dismissed them pay for play allegations after press reports about half of the nongovernment officials he met with her while she was secretary of state gave money to the clinton foundation.
>> my work as secretary of state would not influence the outside forces. i'm a policy decision based on what i felt was right to keep americans safe and protect u.s. interests abroad. the state department has said it so that it's no evidence of any kind of impropriety at all. nicole: the clinton campaign asked the ap to amend or remove a tweet about the report. they have declined to do that. meanwhile, julian assange said his organization is going to be released with significant documents regarding clinton just before the november election after the damaging enough hype for the democratic national committee last month ahead of fed national convention. nicole: hillary clinton refused price hikes about the pen. the company is run by west virginia senator joe mentions daughter.
liz claman has the very latest. >> first of his allergy sufferers and advocates for people who suffer from life-threatening allergies. presidential hillary clinton is inserting herself into that gouging scandal since the farmer or a, martin shkreli. overly dramatic price hike of the seating at the pain. fifty-seven dollars to as much as $700 for a pair of them today. clinton releasing a statement saying it the latest urban example of a company taking advantage of consumers. it is wrong when drug companies put profits ahead of patience, raising prices without justifying the value. hillary clinton was sure to say we want to keep american pharmaceutical companies innovative. when you don't pour a lot of money to developing something, why is the price going up? the company as we have found
managed to quietly move its headquarters overseas to lower its tax bill. mylan purchased ad that labs in 2014 for about $5 billion was able to move its headquarters to the netherlands while still maintaining a huge office in the suburb of pittsburgh. back to you, boring and nicole. nicole: the ceo blaming skyrocketing prices on obama kerry saying hi to vegetables are behind the high. mylan recorded its second of $5.6 billion. that is up 8% from last year. nicole: the death toll climbing to at least 247 people following yesterday's devastating earthquake in central italy. rescue crews going through piles of rock and sand that were once building looking for survivors. heavy damage including one where travelers had come from festivals. the festival where travelers came in.
a man from wisconsin says his family in the area where the quake was hit eddie haven't heard from his cousins had. >> you are hoping because of the region that its communication issues. you're not thinking it's a worse until you start reading more tax saying they've seen pictures of the area where their homelands and it's destroyed. lauren: tony palladino saw video of his cousins dog the mess is so here's hoping his cousins are alive. nicole: tense moments before patrol boats and a u.s. navy warship near the persian gulf earlier this week. take a listen to this. >> no response. weapons uncovered. appears to be unsafe, unprofessional. nicole: u.s. navy officials says
the buzz part of iran's revolutionary guard her vast uss nevada, but no missiles were fired. the official said the boats approached at a high rate of speed in addition to sounding his whistle. the destroyer required 10 buzz in the direction. two boats came within 300 yards of the u.s. check before they broke off their chairs. lauren: the u.k. versus silicon valley as social media sites are deliberately avoiding responsibility in the fight against isis another terror group. the chairman says big companies, google, facebook and twitter pass the buck by hiding behind international status. the three companies told the committee this year that they cooperate with law enforcement removed extraneous content from their site. nicole: a tragic accident to report related to pokémon go. a truck driver playing the popular mobile game hitting to
win in, killing one and injuring the other. the driver says he was distracted by pokémon go after some recent incidents in other countries. a teenager reportedly shot and killed in guatemala after breaking into a home. roth at gunpoint last month. here in the united states, arrested to lower robbery that tends. lauren: in asia, mostly down arrows. shanghai composite with the nikkei in japan down 1%. i'm fractionally pick the hang seng has an apparent. there are reports to quote the property market right now. nicole: taking a look at funding. down 1% in france and the german
dax down more than half of 1% on business investment and worries about the effects of the british eggs they. so they are still worried about that. lauren: to mars import. next friday e jobs report for august double worries about too much supply and also the opaque phrase they've spoken out have diminished. we did call back yesterday. of 27 cents at 4703. gold pulls back $1.40 at 1328 a troy ounce. lauren: money been pulled from hedge funds taking $25 billion last month. the biggest outflow since february 2009. the data comes from an investment report. hedge funds are under pressure to perform better.
nicole: june and july pictures of hp tablet 6% in extended trading after the maker of pcs and printers offered a profit warning for the quarter. the guidance overshadowed third-quarter results. the company showed signs by the way stabilizing the personal computer business largest source of revenue. part of the breakup of the former hewlett-packard. lauren: medtronic will report first-quarter results before the opening bell. medtronic has been paddling to his devices for treating heart disease and investors will be listening for the company's next step. we will see are from tiffany. the upscale jeweler to post another decline in quarterly sales due to a strong u.s. dollar that discourage tourists from buying high-end jewelry. sears will release its results before today's opening bell. the pairing of sears and kmart
is expected to report a wider loss in revenue compared to a year ago. nicole: here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." oil companies the agenda. exxon, shell and chevron have a combined debt of $184 billion of its two-year slump in oil prices. viacom may tighten the reins on paramount. under pressure to defend the studios film record and present day turnaround plan. are your sheets egyptian cotton? wal-mart, target and other retailers have become entangled in one of the come to me is that egyptian cotton sheets. become the first state in the nation to totally wipe out the use of coal power. but the alternative.
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nicole: good morning. 5:35 a.m. in new york. donald trump said during a town hall event hosted by sean hannity of fox news last night that he is open to softening on immigration. the citizenship for people here. there is a lot of smoke and no fire in an associated press report about clinton foundation donors getting access during her time as secretary of state. the death toll of the devastating earthquake in italy continues to rise. it is now 247. dogs work through the night checking houses that were
reduced piles of rubble. good news, bad news for hewlett-packard. earnings beat wall street estimates for third-quarter sales and earnings, that an after-hours trading on weekends pay check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. dow futures down 19. s&p futures down to right now. moving on jackson hole tamara and janet yellen. that's what's happening now. nicole: in the battle over fossil fuels, oregon looking to become the first state. dan springer has the story from port in. >> is coal-fired power plant in oregon, the last of the state is about to be shut down for good pressured by environmental activists a controlled legislature became the first in the nation to completely ban coal power, a mandate that begins in 14 years. >> the people specifically were interesting and famous get rid of the cold.
host generates 40% of america's electricity and is one of oregon's demand. despite a building boom, wind and solar makeup brownouts. >> this is basically a mandate. there is no way that wind can physically power the grid because days, weeks on end produces zero. >> utility supported the ban even though they can't say how to keep the lights on. the printed ballot initiative that would have been less flexible. >> at the cost of meeting this renewable standard is too high for customers, we don't have to mean it. >> new power to get rid of any kind. the u.s. chamber of commerce report called project no project from 351 misadventures never got built. 14010 renewables often challenge by environmentalists. >> virtually anything you can find in federal law that isn't
being complied with can be used as the basis to stop the project. >> case in point, 133 wind park. residents challenging for years. no doubt feeling windfarm fatigue. >> when they are done, there'll be nowhere for animals or people to be in eastern oregon without living under a wind turbine. >> organs carbon footprint of some of the smallest in the country so they won't be any impact on the climate. for the power grid, this amounts to a change with risky waters. lauren, nicole. nicole: coming up, tornadoes tear during the anniversary the roots up apartment loading, sending air conditioning is falling onto parked cars. >> i came out. i've never seen it like this in my life. i shut the door and then it to my window while. bowa said. i just ran downstairs. i was so scared.
nicole: very scary. the latest plus the weather forecast for maria molina. hope solo, the u.s. women's national soccer team has been suspended for sent and she said. david or teas make history with a losing cause last night. highlights coming up in spores. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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a u.s. olympic athlete in trouble. u.s. soccer has suspended u.s. national women's gold teeth for hope solo for six months. after sweden eliminated the olympics, they will call a bunch of cowards for focusing on defense rather than offense. u.s. soccer president says solow's comments were unacceptable and do not meet the standard of conduct we required for national team players. solo will not be eligible for selection to the national team until february. david ortiz of the boston red sox became the oldest player ever to hit 30 homers this season. the 40-year-old hit the first pitch he saw for a two run homer last night. but he was in a losing cause because the tampa bay rays came back with a three-run deficit to beat boston four to three in 11 innings. first place in the al east. the yankees hope for the future. another home run yesterday. kerry sanchez had seven home
runs in his last nine games. they gave some ground in the wild-card race baiting seattle mariners five to nothing. tanaka won his fourth straight start. turning to buy there come a number of tornadoes touch down yesterday in central indiana during the race up apartment buildings. dozens of people lost power but likely there were no serious injuries. meteorologist maria molina has been tracking it all. the very latest. good morning, maria. >> strands across central indiana cap of any sort and also by severe weather across portions of ohio. across the part of the country and we could be seeing more could be seeing more of the same activity across a thinking dna and ohio and across the interior north eastern portions of the planes. damaging winds, marcello and isolated tornadoes. make sure to have a way to get
weather warnings. we've been tracking the disturbance in the up and take now and going to be moving up or parts of the bahamas as we head into the next several days. a lot of question marks as to whether this will become a tropical storm thursday relatively weak. eventually computer models dispersed out here. send to the gulf of mexico and gulf of mexico and sum up the east coast. we'll have to watch this carefully into the weekend to see what i'm up happening. gusty winds and also areas of heavy rain across parts of the caribbean. temperatures across the plains and into the southeast. behind the storm system a little fallout there. just 67 degrees this afternoon and you'll be in the 70s very pleasant in minneapolis had head over to you. nicole: i miss the heat down. tanks, maria. another earth circling a star right next door to us good
scientists discovered a new planet a little over four of eight years away from planet earth about 25 trillion miles. this video is gorgeous. the planet is 1.3 times the size of earth and it orbits the sun every 11.2 days. scientists believe the range red liquid water could stay on it or face without evaporating. the planet could potentially support life. nicole: coming up, we were handed over to mourning for maria. u.s. stock market futures are down arrows. features done 29th, nasdaq down eight. you are watching "fbn:am." see you right after this break. ♪ (announcer vo) who says your desk phone
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lauren: thank you so much for joining us on fbn:am. we will see you tomorrow morning, friday. nicole: i like. we will turn it over to mornings with maria, good morning to you sandra smith. i love that picture of your dog that you set up recently, beautiful. sandra: my dog wisky, we are having accidents already. we are off to an exciting start.
good morning, everyone, i'm sandra smith and maria bartiromo is off today, it is thursday august 25th, top stories at 6:00 a.m. eastern. i'm -- on the minority vote, donald trump to lead with hispanic leaders and african-american leaders and he stepped on why he would be the better president on minorities. >> we will renegotiate our horrible trade deals to bring back jobs and opportunities and the african-american community and the hispanic community will be our biggest beneficiary of that. we will lower taxes and unleash job creation and we will tap into trillions of dollars in new energy wealth. sandra: the clinton campaign braising for new e-mail leak. warning for the democratic nominee ahead. plus the election and the social