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dream to breaking news this morning. donald trump and hillary clinton duke it out on the campaign trail. today they face out over national security. good morning i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am tradeport. amid news the u.s. paid iran another $1.3 billion cash bid will have those details. nicole: the market they record for the nasdaq as investors await the facebook survey from the federal reserve. let's check in on stock market futures this morning than 100 points for the dow. up to today.
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s&p futures down fractionally in down fractionally in the nasdaq gaining fix this morning. nicole: japanese f-foxtrot .4% and a stronger currency but in china shanghai composite edges down just slightly. nicole: oil prices have two days now. 4526, up 1% this morning. lauren: let the complaining begin. 1002 and fail the latest iphone today. i thought today. i thought that a headphone jack. we'll tell you what to expect. nicole: shares of chipotle after the accident takes a big stake against the chain. nicole: novak choke a made it to the semifinals but it's too complete matches so far. and they saw the yankees in mistake of the race thanks to a cash over the leading blue jays. good morning at 5:01 a.m. in new york. we will tell you the latest
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breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: wishful thinking. the 2016 presidential race with the -- >> hillary clinton has taught us how much of a problem we have a cybersecurity. they think cybersecurity. we can't have someone in the oval office who doesn't understand the meeting of the word confidential or classified. trade secret and blasting trump over his board policy plan. >> is talked about letting syria become a free zone for isis. look at the map, donald. he is talked about sending in american ground troops. not on my watch. that is not what we are going to do. lauren: blake burman has more from washington.
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reporter: potential pulling turnaround for donald trump. the latest poll from cnn shows translating hillary clinton by two pints or the 5-43. as clayton is having to reload campaign event on tuesday in florida, she told reporters aboard her campaign plane that she is sticking with her strategy. >> i pay no attention to the polls. when there's good for me and a lot of them have been recently i don't pay attention. when they are not so good, i don't pay attention. we're on a course that we are sticking with. >> the house oversight committee sent a letter to the u.s. attorney named d.c. requesting he d.c. requesting to look into whether clinton orders efforts were involved with obstruction of justice. the fbi's report friday shows clinton server was wiped in march of last year, even though it was a subject of a congressional inquiry. trump kept clinton's e-mail questions in the forefront during a town hall in virginia.
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>> look, folks. this is a very sad time. i'm telling you for justice in this country. i've never seen anything like it. reporter: clinton has no concern about or deleted e-mail archive. republican should produce results instead of engaging in it she put a conspiracy theory. back to you in new york. lauren: trump and clinton scheduled to it here at the forum tonight in washington. they will appear on stage separately. nicole: to billionaire investor display name. mark cuban u.s. combat against policies telling our own neil cavuto he's taking steps to protect its investments if trump is elect to it. >> in the event donald rants i have no doubt in my mind the market tanks. i literally have put on more than 100% hedge and i will put
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on stronger if it looks like a better chance as we go forward. nicole: car icon who favor some past policies tells nail it is not about individuals. >> the thing this is all about is the economy. we really have a very troubled economy. this country is really on the brink of a precipice now. will he make it? i sure hope so. it's difficult when you're at democracy and we have to do something about it. nicole: janet yellen and the federal banker holding up the economy with your entry states which are causing huge bubbles. lauren: at the clayton is stage stationmaster first-tier benghazi tech is sending specific topics to bob menendez. he was asking foreign relations
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committee at that time. >> can you give us your insights on the decision-making process regarding the location of the mission and is part of that, can you also touch in the opening statement, but what actions were you and your staff taking the night of september 11th into september 12th? >> first, you are right that there was an ongoing discussion. >> an e-mail to chelsea clinton says in part we wired a bucket to topics we needed to debug. the federal prosecutor to find out if clinton or her a look that deletion of thousands of your e-mails. congressman jason chase says, chaired the committee was on the record last night. >> is a conference call between the management and engineer and
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the lead attorney in her former chief of staff and counselor. less than a week later, the work order to destroy the documents and suddenly the documents are destroyed. now we know from the fbi there were federal records in there. >> julianna songs last night talking about is played to release the documents related to hillary clinton. >> the first batch is reasonably soon. we are quite confident about it now. we may put out some teasers. there may put some teasers early in next week or the week after. nicole: anticipated the documents would have a significant impact on the november election. lauren: defense department official tells fox news vessels
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from the revolutionary guard harassed another u.s. navy ships and a central persian gulf. a patrol ship were shadowed by seven iranian vessels, three of which came within 500 yards. former ambassador john bolton says the incident is a threat. >> this is both dangerous and reckless on their part if they ever did want to engage in hostilities. it's a propaganda exercise to say the least. the bigger picture is based. this is a substantial piece of evidence that the hypothesis the obama administration pursued through the nuclear deal is incorrect. the nuclear deal is not changing iran's broader international behavior in any material respect. lauren: the iranian harassment of u.s. navy ships has doubled the last year. nicole: the obama administration spent $1.3 million more in cash
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after its initial payment. the transfer of $1.7 billion to tehran this year but is made in cash. an initial $409 delivery was sent january 17th, the same day i ran agreed to release detainees. the treasury department says the remaining 1.3 million% to the country are also in cash. the department says the cash payments were necessary because sanctions isolated iran from the finance system. the settlement of a decades-old arbitration claim between the two countries. lauren: let's get you caught up overnight. next back here. the shanghai composite fractionally. the nikkei down half of 1%. the hang seng in hong kong down .2% in the same. >> the bank of japan decided they want to anything on the same day the fed made.
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you can breathe a sigh of relief. ecb meets this week as well. the european central bank. the other is bank of japan. all of paris across the board. the london ftse up three, cac f. seven. dax at 30. >> another record finish for the nasdaq yesterday. the dow within 100 points. s&p within four points of his own record close with a terrace for the most part. dow futures around five-point diagnostic features absent in. s&p futures up just barely. trade to oil and gold. both have our prayers. close quotes medicaid of 1354 troy ounce for oil and 51 cents. lauren: a big step to bash today. cohosting an event expected to unveil its next i found that the
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seven. the company never releases any real information before the event. usually a cryptic invitation and you figure out what the invitation means. baby; color. maybe it will be waterproof. we will see. apple is going to have to bear cameras to improve the photo quality of the next iphone. the headphone jack is apparently going to be replaced by a bluetooth connection. no huge surprises are good but you never know. the apple event is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. pacific time. you can see it on apple's website and of course fox business will have complete coverage. nicole: belle accent like the embattled mexican grill. the square capital had a stake in the fast food chain. became the second player to shoulder on trade. sending the stock soaring more than 6% in extended trading.
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at berlin the management role which is still recovering from a series of food safety problems including salmonella, e. coli and nora by race. chipotle shares are down 14% so far this year. >> where's the beef? hey, where's the beef? lauren: edifact five-year lows. jeff flock has the story for us. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.to ♪ that's it. we need really tight temperature controls. engineering, aerodynamics- a split second too long could mean scrapping it all and starting over. propulsion, structural analysis-
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lauren: welcome back. 515 in new york. just a few weeks left in the campaign. donald trump has pulled even with hillary clinton in a new poll. yesterday in the campaign trail, today they will both focus on national security. apple is staging its annual event today to unveil a new iphone. the new apple watch another products. the company has not released any details about what will be released. apple is at rectitude was the headphone jack for an iphone seven. chipotle shares rose 6% in extended trading after manager bill at 10 body 9.9% stake in
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the fast food company. that makes the funds the second-largest holder of chipotle shares. we will check in on u.s. stock market futures right now ahead of the opening bell. relatively flat trading at or close to record finishes here at the dow up one point and the nasdaq up 6.5. nicole: to record noted earlier. but they get the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." ipt shuts down after loan crackdown. the closing of the for-profit school operator could save taxpayers on the hook for hundreds of millions of dollars in federal loans. the judge allows hanjin ships to dock safely and that is good news. it's unclear if hanjin which fired for bankruptcy could afford to one of the ships carrying the toys and computer is headed to the retailer's shelves.
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video game consoles upgrades for austin. sony, microsoft, nintendo releasing hardware more frequently to keep up with technology. sony expected to unveil today. hewlett-packard enterprises top of the list of stocks. the technology to businesses will release its latest earnings after the bell. analysts look for a profit of 44 cents per share and revenues of $12.6 billion. hewlett-packard split the enterprise operations from his pc printer business hp ink nearly a year ago now. more than 6% in after-hours the arcade restaurant chain cut its annual guidance for same-store sales, a key metric. advanced micro devices but 3.5% in extended trading. the chipmaker to raise more than a billion dollars through an offering of stock as well as.
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>> good news for burger and steak lovers of beef prices have fallen to a five-year low. our own jeff flock checked out cattle farm in illinois to find out why peace is so cheap these days. >> lorinda nicoll, you are looking that one had are looking up 100 t. for that is worth a whole lot less this year than it was this time two years ago. the five-year chart and cedar cattle from cma. you see the dramatic drop in price. we got to a high of 245, $245 payback may. that may not be enough to lie to you, but if you look him in the skies are worth $131. that means they that means that costs a lot less right now. part of that as a result of the drought. remember the big run-up in price? a lot of farmers started out by not being able to feed these because they couldn't afford the high-priced defeat thanks to the
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drought. that meant they send them to slaughter instead. the latin america prices went way down but because they're hers are so small comes up like a titan in price cut high. well, now we've got coordinate a seven-year low. take a look. this is the coordinate these folks are reading. a lot of corn in there. a lot of kernels of corn. we are now at a seven-year low of record. that means prices for feed are low, prices for beef are low. what does that mean for you? next-line take a look at hamburgers that. folks like nick donaldson wendy's, sonic and the rest spend a whole lot more of for a whole lot less time input that doesn't get passed on to you. that means bigger profits from a farm in sandwich, illinois. back to you guys. >> i love the name of that praise, sandwich, illinois.
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makes me hungry. the u.s. open, scepter made it to the semi finals. in baseball the yankees stay in the thick of a postseason race dates to 18 season pass. leading the blue jays. and then there's space. they are absolutely amazed. they really just don't expect they just make everybody smile. lauren: what is she talking about? they jump in mama makes it into the world country new guinness book of world records. we will tell you about all of that. just kidding, some of them. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: welcome back of the latest run-up of the spores. subterfuges 10th consecutive finals and displayed only to complete matches so far. the number one seat one last night when show stopped because of the first point of the third set. djokovic also dropped out. in the women's quarterfinals number two seed advanced over roberta and moved into the semi final of the year. a chance to overtake serena williams that number one in the
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rankings after the tournament. the other women's match advance to the semifinals with a win over. new york yankees won a thriller over the division in the vein the jays last night. the blue jays came to bat in the top of the night than seven of the ninth dan simon-with the bases loaded. brett garner made a leaping grab at the top of left field to save the game. the yankees closer than 4.5 games. great catch. lauren: that was a great catch for the 2017 edition of the guinness world records book is here. make and it into the 62nd edition. with that, in a casper the llama. also record for the highest bar job of its kind. and a stuntman holds two records.
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the furthest pole. the longest ovation of a full body burned. this manager holds the record for the fastest that he made her walk on hands while holding, yes , if a ball between his legs. he covers the distance in 20 seconds. lucy with the height -- she is huge, 30 inches host a record for the tallest living female dog. big dog. congratulations to them. donald trump and heller couldn't duke it out on the campaign trail. >> she is being dead by the media, by the price. >> the man who is so wrong burner ephedrine is ready to serve as commander-in-chief. nicole: we will have the details for u.k. shares had had of the opening sale on hedge fund manager bill hackman.
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lauren: breaking news this morning. today they face off over national security. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. once again harassing a u.s. naval ship you the very latest for you. nicole: at the latest economic stage from the federal reserve today cut the chicken stock market futures ahead of the opening bout with more records today. the dow up three points. nasdaq up seven in the premarket. nicole: nick's performance in a ship you the shanghai composite index in china can not even one 10th of 1% while the nikkei in
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japan pulls back down half of 1%. nicole: oil prices above $45 a barrel. up almost 1%. but it began. complaints about they love it. tim cook to unveil the latest iphone. a phone without a headphone jack. lauren: shares of chipotle after a big stake in the about of mexican food chain. nicole: novak djokovic made to the semi finals of two complete matches so far. in baseball at the yankees stay in the postseason race ends three-game season catch. 531 and new york in wednesday, september 7th. welcome to "fbn:am." thank you for joining us. welcome to today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. nicole: donald trump intensified
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attacks of our e-mail scandals. >> hillary clinton has taught us how much of a problem we have by cybersecurity. big things cybersecurity. we can't have someone in the oval office who does the numbers and the meaning of the word confidential or classified. nicole: meanwhile, clinton blasting over his foreign policy plan. >> he's talked about letting syria become a free zone for isis. look at the map, donald. he's talked about sending men american ground troops. not on my watch. that is not what we are going to do. nicole: blake burman has marked from washington. reporter: the post-labor day election starts at the turnaround for donald trump at the latest poll shows some of
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leading hillary clinton by 2.45-43 among likely voters. as clinton was heading to a campaign event on tuesday in florida, she told reporters aboard her campaign plan that she is sticking with their strategy. >> i really paying attention to the polls when they are good for man a lot of them have been recently i don't pay attention. when they are not so that i don't pay attention. we are on a course that we are sticking with. reporter: in the meantime, jason chaffetz sent a letter requesting whether clinton or her staffers were involved with obstruction of justice. the gift he has report shows clinton server was wiped last year even though it was the subject of congressional inquiry. trump kept clinton's e-mail questions in the forefront during a town hall virginia. >> look, folks. this is a very sad time i'm telling you for justice in this country. a very sad time.
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i've never seen anything like it. >> clinton has no concern about her deleted e-mail archive. republican should produce results instead of engaging in conspiracy theory. back to you in new york. nicole: thank you, blake irving. scheduled to appear in new york. they will appear on stage separately. nicole: to billionaire investors on the bid for president. mark cuban has come out told neil cavuto he's taking steps to protect its investments of donald trump is the lack that. listen. >> in the event donald wins, i have no doubt in my mind the market tanks. and so lead to truly have put on more than 100% hedge that i will put on stronger if it looks like there is a better chance as we go forward. nicole: he's got a he's got his trump had john and his hired man
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t-shirt. carl icahn told this election is not about individuals. >> the thinness is all about is the economy. we really have a very troubled economy. this country is going to be really on the brink of a precipice. will he make it? i sure hope so. it's difficult when you are a democracy and you have the gridlock congress and we have to do something about it. nicole: federal reserve chair janice yellen are holding up the economy price and with zero interest rates which are causing huge bubbles. nicole: we are not likely to see a rate hike in september i don't think either. a federal prosecutor to find out if clinton aide had anything to do with deletion of thousands of her e-mails. jason chaffetz is on the record last night. >> is a conference call between the management and engineering
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and david kendall, her lead attorney and sure enough, we stop in council. a week later there is a order to destroy the document and suddenly the documents are destroyed it now enough in the fbi there were federal records in there. nicole: meanwhile, wikileaks founder julian assange will release documents needed to hillary clinton didn't. >> the first batch is reasonably soon. we are quite confident about it now. when i put out some teasers. i don't want to promise anything. we might put out some teasers as early as next week or the week after. nicole: earlier assange anticipated the documents would have a significant impact on the november election. lauren: iranian vessels from the revolutionary guards harass another u.s. navy ship in sunday
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in the central persian gulf. shot a nice seven iranian vessels, three of them came within 500 yards. firmware john bolton says it is a threat. >> this is dangerous and reckless on their part. if they ever did want to engage in hostilities, it's a propaganda exercise to say the least. this is a substantial piece of evidence that the hypothesis the obama administration pursued through the new labor deal is incorrect. the nuclear deal is not changing iran's broader international behavior and any material breach back. lauren: fox news was first to report the harassment as diebold since last year. the obama administration said $1.3 million in cash after scoring $2 billion initial
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payment to coincide with the release of the detainees. after the payment was sent, the remaining $1.3 billion sent to the country in two different payment also in cash. the department is the cash payments were necessary because it isolated iran. the administration said the money was the settlement of a decades-old claim between the two countries. nicole: a seven week recess yesterday. no time blocking a plan to fight the virus. >> briefest of those senators not having voted in the affirmative, the motion is not agreed to. nicole: the plan would've provided $1.1 to fight sunday. congress is under intense pressure to pass a funding agreement before the end of the
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month. cdc director says that is when his agency will run out of money to continue its efforts to combat the spread of the virus. nicole: caught up in the global market action overnight. the shanghai composite index up not even one 10th of 1%. and they can japan -- half of 1%. the hong kong -- hong kong's hang seng also dropping two tenths of 1%. lauren: stocks are trading at this hour. this was the monday and get an a+ pbx in germany at 32. european central bank meets tomorrow. nicole: despite some hawkish san francisco president about the case for raising interest rates is still good that you are seeing interest rate hike and that may be impaired right now the dow futures and changed within 100 points of the record. s&p futures down a quarter one point. the nasdaq had a record yesterday and received about seven right now.
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train to $45.22 a barrel. there are skeptics out there, traders to say we are not going to see an oil free is even though some countries like saudi arabia and russia say they are willing to at least talk about one. given by 15 cents. nicole: apple expected to reveal its next iphone. the company never releases any information the first event. the rumors are flying among them. apple added to their cameras to an true photo quality. the head phone jack will be replaced by a bluetooth connection. the apple event scheduled for 10:00 a.m. pacific time. you can see it on apple's website. fox business will bring you every single highlight from that event. the stock is looking up slightly this morning. act to this investor of legs to chipotle mexican grill.
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a square capital management has brought in 9.9% stake in fast food chain making pershing and the second-largest of shares. surrender than 6% in after-hours. it will take an active role in the management of chipotle still recovering from a series of food safety problems. e. coli, nor a virus,, nor virus damage both the shares down 14% so far this year alone. coming up, nicole: hey, where's the beef? that's the prices are for now. jeff flock has more details on that. the world's tallest female dog. we have all the record. holding a football, don't try that at home. on the latest latest edition of the guinness book of world
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records. checking out u.s. stock market futures this morning. the nasdaq at a record yesterday. the dow is up to, s&p up fractionally. nasdaq futures nicole petallides. this nicole petallides. that's check-in on oil quickly this morning hovering around 4519 a barrel, up 36 cents. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: good morning. 5:45 a.m. in new york. is just a few weeks after the campaign, donald trump with hillary clinton the new polls. both candidates are expected to focus on national security issues. apple is staging its annual event to unveil a new iphone, and apple watch today. the company is not released any details about what will be real pleased expected to lose the phone jack in the new iphone seven. all the highlights on fox business of course richard pope a shares rose more than 6% after fund manager bill at them but a
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9.9% stake in the fast food chain. got mixed up on the second-largest shareholder of chipotle shares. let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. s&p pulling back slightly. not even a quarter one point. dow futures up on within 100 points in the closing record and look at that. up seven right now. lauren: let's look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." they shut down after loan crack down. the closing of the for-profit school operator of the taxpayers on the hook or hundreds of millions of dollars in federal loans. a judge allowed to dock safely in u.s. ports. it is now unclear if hanjin which filed for bankruptcy can pay the workers needed to unload toys and tires, clothing and computers. video councils get upgrades more often. sony, microsoft coming in and
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out releasing an expensive new hardware more often to keep up with technology. some expect it to unveil that can better handle virtual reality. nicole: good news for burger and steak lovers have followed to five-year lows. jeff flock checked out a cattle farm to find out my beef is so cheap these days. >> loreena nicoll, one headed t-bones is worth a whole lot less this year than it was the same two years ago. they fed her and feeder cattle and you see the dramatic drop in price. we got to a high of 245 -- $245. that may not mean a lot to you, but these cows are now worth 100 or do $1. that means they cost a whole lot less right now. part of that as a result of the drought. the big run-up in price during
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the drought started out by not being able to afford the high-priced thanks to the drought. that meant that they send to the slaughter instead. but latin america prices went way down, but because the hers were so small, the supply cut tight and high. now with alcorn at a seven-year low. take a look. this is the core and these folks are eating. we are now at a seven-year low for corn. that means prices for feed are low, prices for beef are though. as an investor you might want to take a look at hamburgers talks. folks like mcdonald's and wendy's in sonic and the rest are spending a whole lot more or a whole lot less time and was that doesn't get passed onto you. that means bigger profit from a farm in sandwich, illinois. it to you guys.
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nicole: very good. jeff flock, very interesting. lauren: coming up, and sports, novak djokovic made it to the semi finals with two complete matches so far. and baseball the yankees stay in the back to a game saving cash over the division leading bluejays. and then there's faith. >> they're absolutely amazed. they don't expect the llamas to jump to the hype that day job. they just make everybody smile. >> a jumping mama makes it into the new guinness book of world records. they made it into the new edition. what are you about some of them. stock index futures this wednesday morning. dow futures taken a turn to the downside down just four points. nasdaq futures closing at a record high yesterday of 5.5 points this morning. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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lauren: if you set passwords, they will give you a real human. the 10th consecutive semi final the novak djokovic has only played two matches so far. the defending champ won last night when a stock because of a hurt left knee. djokovic one in the second and third-round opponents. in the women's quarterfinal, and shall occur breakdance over for da vinci. the win over anastasia. the new york yankees won a thriller over the blue jays last night. blue jays came to bat in the top of the ninth down 7-with the bases loaded two out. brett gardner made a leaping save to the game. they close to the four and a half games of first-place and
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remain for the al second wild-card spot. as for the new york mets committed four home runs in their 5-3 over the cincinnati reds last night for the most damaging moment came when he had a two run shot in the seventh inning that puts them at the head to six. the method or 10 straight wins and have 113 of their last seven games overall to tighten the nl wild-card race. nicole: to 2017 edition of the guinness book of world records as here. more than 4000 records made it into the 62nd edition. they cast with alumni. it holds the record for the highest project of its kind. the stand and hold to records of the furthest distance of a talented llama. the longest ovation the body burns. don't do that. they spent most of record for the fact this 50-meter walk while holding a football between
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a. covers the distance and 26 seconds. finally, look at this stab. livesey with a height of 38 inches post a record for the tallest living female dog. lauren: check this or not. it didn't quite make the book of world records at a california prospector has struck gold in a big way. oscar espinosa discovered that not every therapy they say it's the size of a t-bone steak. valued at $70,000. he found that 18-ounce nugget yesterday in jamestown, california. now the town is preparing for what we call a modern-day goldrush. espinosa is keeping a low profile for not disaster front of the hotel owner to keep america safe until he finds a buyer. nicole: coming up, handed over to "mornings with maria." join us tomorrow morning for
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here are your top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. focusing on our heros, donald trump and hillary clinton shifting their attention to military today. they are ramping up the attacks on one another. >> who -- he looks at hillary clinton and he smiles, every decision has been a loser. >> this november the american people have a choice to make when it comes to national security. on the one hand we have donald trump who has called the american military a disaster, who disrespecting our military leaders by saying and i quote, i know more about isis than the generals do. maria: this comes as hillary clinton faces questions over private e-mail. claims she did not know the classification markings and now lawmakers are calling for a new investigation. technology giant set to unveil new phone but one major change can fall

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