nicole: breaking news this morning, north korea confirmed exploded fifth test ever one day after president obama wrapped up his trip to the region. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. foreign policy and national security continue to dominate the campaign trail. we will have the latest on the battle for the white house. nicole: let's check in onoff head of the opening bell. down arrows across the board. lauren: stocks fell, japan's
stocks slightly higher. nicole: crude oil shot up, oil this morning is at 46.92 the barrel. down one and a half percent. lauren: latest headache for iphone 1 customers, don't use them on the airplane. in sports the shocker at the u.s. open. serena will not be in the finals and in the nfl the season opener kicks off with a rematch of last year's super bowl. coming . nicole: good morning, 5:00 a.m. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: good thing it's friday. we have breaking news this morning, north korea conducting fifth and powerful nuclear test.
japan, china says it opposes north korea. north korea professor will join us in a few minutes. lauren: looking forward to that. donald trump opposed the iraq even though he supported it. three months before the iraq war started, i sat in an interview with niel cavuto that perhaps we shouldn't be doing it yet. and that the economy, these are quotes, that the economy, this was on live television, the economy is a much bigger problem as far as the president is concern. lauren: meanwhile in an interview with israeli television station, clinton says isis is rooting for donald trump to become the next president of the united states.
>> i wanted to defeat them, end their reign of terror. today clinton plans to meet with national security experts in new york. trump will give speech to thousand of conservative activists at the summit, that's in washington, d.c. nicole: new developments in the clinton e-mail scandal. governor source telling fox news every paragraph in one e-mail contained markings used for classification purposes. this now calls into question her claim to the fbi that she did not know what the markings meant. meanwhile former presidential candidate saying there was paid to play with the clinton foundation. >> that's the real problem with her e-mails and more is coming,
it's the content of the emails not so much e clarification, nonclassification. bill clinton making $10,000 a minute, whatever the speeches. one in favor. nicole: the clinton foundation's actions should be considered for indict. lauren: libertarian presidential nominee johnson says he blamed when asked about syria's largest city. awkward moment and took place at a show yesterday. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo. >> and what is aleppo in. >> you're kidding? >> no. >> aleppo is in syria, the
epicenter of the -- >> got it. very familiar with the situation. aleppo, this is an acronym, i should have known and didn't but i'm the only one to blame for that. lauren: the only way to end crisis in syria is for the u.s. to work with russia to find a diplomatic solution to the problem. nicole: congress picks up two major issues today, republicans and lawmakers will meet to discuss work on teaching a spending bill in order to avoid government shutdown on october 1st. representatives will also discuskazi funding. at one point to fight the virus is stalled in the senate, democrats are blocking it in a dispute over restrictions on planned parenthood. lauren: protestors turned out in miami yesterday calling for
officials there to halt aerial spraying against the virus. one woman says she's getting out of town. >> i'm parking up my 4-year-old daughter and we are driving home to alabama even though this is home, i've been home 17 years. lauren: protestors say they are not convince that had the pesticide will not harm humans. nicole: pentagon is vowing to take extraordinary steps to save kidnap professors following a failed raid. several were killed but american and australian hostages were not found. the pentagon says, it is not giving pup. >> the safety and protection of your citizen overseas is our top priority. we will continue to monitor the incident closely. nicole: the university was
attacked by gunmen and suicide bomber last month. 12 people were killed. lauren: it was a terrifying scene overnight about europe's highers mountain. 10,000 people in the air. rescues taking place as hay harness themselves one by one were forced to spend the night until rescue resumed this morning. everybody is safe and on the ground. nicole: the market now -- good. i like that part. we mentioned north korea testing weapons and with that we saw the korea kospi. the srk south -- shanghai composite down half a percent. and hong kong hang seng up three
quarters of one percent. lauren: let's check out europe, investors were disappointed that the it didn't do more, announce stimulus plans. right now the ftse in london down and the dax in germany down 8. lauren: dow is on track with down week. near the breaking point, any move could be very telling. futures are down 26, s&p down 2 and nasdaq down 5. lauren: oil is down today too. yesterday it popped up 5% on a report that we saw a surprised drawdown in supply. biggest gain in oil since early april. right now pulling back 46.97-barrel, gold down a buck 50. nicole: it's hard to have up arrows today. regulators have fined
$105 million for opening unauthorized accounts for customers in oer to meet aggressive sales goals. it will pay restitution to affected customers. the bank also says it hired 350 employees and managers over a five-year period for their involvement in unauthorized accounts. wells fargo staff opened more than 2 million bank and credit card accounts that may not have been authorized by customers. lauren: ouch. problems are growing for samsung after exploding galaxy note 7 smartphone. the phone went on sale about three weeks ago and samsung has called 2 and a half million of them after reports that the phone bat earns have burst into flames for some people. the federal aviation administration now telling airline passengers not to turn the phones on and not to charge them when they are on board planes an also not to store them away in luggage.
>> that's the the last thought in my head that a brand new new device will hurt a family member. lauren: you can preorder today. nicole: exactly. you're a samsung fan, you stick with samsung. today is you get iphone 7 presale. imagine having a burrito delivered by a drone right to you? chipotle and google parent company alphabet are teaming up to do just that. the experimental service is set to launch this month on the campus of a virginia tech and run by project wipg, a division of the former google exresearch. flied through the air like a plane or hover in place like a
helicopter and make deliveries from a chipotle food truck. the drones will hover above destination and lower the food down with waiting customer who must be impressed by the special delivery. lauren: i love it. nicole: me too. lauren: fifth and biggest bomb after president obama wraps up region. what about connection with iran? you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. between life and death. for partners in health, time is life. we have 18,000 people around the world. the microsoft cloud helps our entire staff stay connected
lauren: good friday morning, 5:15 in new york. north korea conducted a nuclear test today. fifth one. north korea says it's able to mount a war head on a ballistic missile. after president obama wrapped up trip to asia. the presidential campaign focuses on security issues, donald trump defending his statement that is he was publicly opposed to the iraq war before it started. hillary clinton says that just isn't true. problems continue for samsung over galaxy note 7 smartphone recall because of exploding lithium batteries. faa are telling passengers not
to turn them on and not to charge them on board planes, also don't put them on checked baggage. ahead of the opening bell. dow futures given 31 points. s&p down 2 and a half, that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: thanks, lawyeren. professor joins us by telephone, professor of political science, author of north korea and regional security in the kim jong un era. we welcome you this morning, your thoughts and the timing of this test and what was unique about the test in particular? >> well, first of all, thank you for having me and i think as everyone can figure out pretty easily, a lot of this was timed with the g-20 talks. but the things that were unique about this test were -- were there were several things, one of them it's the largest test that the north cor -- koreans have ever had.
roughly two-thirds the size of the bomb dropped on hiroshima so this would kill 80,000 people if they were to shoot it on a mission and aim to tokyo, for example. the other thing that's unique about this is typically we have seen north koreans wait years before they conducted one nuclear test after they had conducted one before and this time we saw them simply wait months. so that shows that the north koreans have accelerated the development of nuclear program and they have done to match acceleration of missile development which everybody has seen, i'm sure you all have reported on it and so we see the nuclear weapons and with see the ballistic missiles that would carry weapons and we have seen that accelerated in their testing. sms -- lauren: what do you make a day
after the president wrapped up trip to asia? >> i think that was definitely a factor. i mean, this is something that they were probably going to do any save some time this fall but the north koreans timed so it met exact time frame of president obama leaving asia and i think they did this in addition because of the fact that the united nation security council has condemned ballistic missile st. they got a double whammy with that. nicole: the biggest threat to the u.s., japan, your thoughts on iran as well. >> well, t a threat to both the u.s. and japan and here is why because the missile that is we saw them fire just a few days ago, those missiles can launch nuclear weapons at tokyo or u.s. bases on swreap, it's a nuclear threat there but the on the other hand, we saw them test missile which can hit guam where
there's 165,000 american citizens. one place where i was stationed when i was a young marine. they can threaten both japanese and u.s. assets and sovereignty with the nuclear weapons. so something to be concerned about, i think. nicole: all right, we thank you so much for joining us. expert on north korea and the latest with what we have seen with the missile. thank you again for joining us and your insight. >> thank you so much for having me. lauren: coming up at u.s. open, serena williams was upset and will not be in the finals. >> you know, when you're injured you're thinking of other things instead of playing and thinking of your shots. my mind was a little bit everywhere, but it was what it was. lauren: the season opener is a rematch of last year's super bowl and another player refuses
>> our job is to investigate how the plane ended in the hudson river. >> simulation shows that you could make it back. >> not possible. i felt it go.o know that i did the best i could. >> of course, you did. lauren: miracle on the hudson scheduled to hit theaters today but former government officials involved in the investigation, they say the public may get the wrong impression that investigators were trying to smear the pilot. more like prosecutors to blame sully for what went wrong. nicole: let's take a look at the latest in the world of sports. serena williams will not be in the finals of the u.s. open sadly because she plays the u.s. and she's pretty great. for the second year in a row she was upset in the semifinals.
she said that she was bothered by an injury on her left knee. will play number two of germany for tomorrow. no matter what happens saturday, kerber will move up a spot ending williams run 186 weeks at the top. regular season opener, rematch and denver came out on top again. denver beat carolina panthers 21-20. panthers had an opportunity to win with a field goal, kicks from the denver 32, was side, denver had the win in the end. all right in baseball, baby
bombers are keeping yankees in season hunt. bottom of the ninth innings to give yankees 5-4 win over tampa bay rays. new york moves within two days of baltimore for the second al wild card spot. lauren: go yankees. coming up. north korea confirmed it has conducted fifth and most powerful test today just one day after president obama wrapped up his trip to the region promising to keep the area safe. >> we will continue to put some of the toughest pressure that north korea has ever been under as a consequence of this behavior. lauren: we will have the story. here at home you may have to leave your note galaxy 7 behind. we will have the latest problems for samsung, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. (announcer vo) who says your desk phone
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lauren: breaking news this morning. north korea confirmed it has exploded fifth and largest nuclear bomb test ever one day after president obama wrapped up trip to the region. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. foreign policy and national security continue to dominate the campaign trail. we will have the latest on the battle for the house. lauren: down arrows, dow is off 27 points, nasdaq down 5 and a half in the premarket. nicole: in asia stocks in south korea fell after nuclear test. that dropped 1.2%. one and a quarter percent and in japan stocks were relatively flat.
lauren: crude oil shot up 5% yesterday after supply. right now oil trading down, 47.02 a barrel. nicole: latest headaches for owner of galaxy 7, don't use them on an airplane. oh, boy. lauren: a novel idea from google and chipotle. say it isn't so. nicole: serena williams goes down and will not be in the finals. in the nfl season opener kicks off with a rematch of last year's super bowl, all the highlights are coming up in sports. lauren: friday september the ninth, latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: breaking news this morning, north korea conducted fifth nuclear test. it's port of response to international sanctions. north korea state television claims that kim jong un regime
is now capable of mounting nuclear war heads on ballistic rockets. lauren: this comes shortly after president obama left asia and laos, the president addressed north korea's recent test in laos. >> we are going make sure we put defensive measures in place and we will continue to put some of the toughest pressure that north korea has ever been under as a consequence of this what i -- behavior. can i guaranty that it works, no, it's the best options that we have available right now. lauren: president obama arrived in washington early this morning and he consulted with leaders of south korea and japan. as for china, china says it opposes nuclear test but many analysts say beijing is unlikely to follow up with stronger
action and today in north korea is national day, celebrates their founding, they often do nuclear test on holidays, if you will. nicole: interesting. now to the race to the white house, donald trump insists he always opposed the iraq war even as hillary clinton claims he supported it. >> i was opposed to the war sin the beginning but three months before the iraq war started, i said in an interview with niel caf toy -- cavuto that perhaps we shouldn't be doing it yet, these are quotes, this was on live television, the economy is a much big e problem as far as the president is concerned. lauren: clinton saying isis is rooting for trump to become the next president of the united states. >> the jihadists see this as a great gift.
they are saying, oh, please alah make trump president of america, so i'm not interested in giving aid and comfort to their evil ambition. i want to defeat them, i want to end their reign of terror. nicole: today client open plans to meet with experts in new york, trump will give speech to grass-roots activists at the summit in washington, d.c. lauren: we have new developments in the clinton e-mail scandal. a government source telling fox news virtually every prar in one e-mail contained markets used exclusively for classification purposes. this now calls into question that she did not know what the markings meant. former presidential canned at a time on after the bell saying there was pay to play in the clinton foundation. >> that's the real problem with her emails. it's the content of the emails
not so much the classification and nonclassification and it's the lethal and hillary clinton said, bill clinton making $10,000 a minute or whatever his speech is and corporate mining magnets and other corporations wanting favor. lauren: should be considered for indict. nicole: gary johnson he blanked when he was asked about the name of syria's largest city. the awkward moment took place on morning news show yesterday. here it is. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo -- >> about? >> aleppo. >> and what is aleppo in. >> alepppo is in syria, the epicenter of the refugee crisis. >> okay, got it. nicole: better to ask than make something .
johnson explained the stumble on kennedy last night. >> i'm not a hypocrite, i don't say one thing and do another and as president everything is going to go through this honesty filter and i'm hoping people will see that. and no excuse for not knowing -- when the question was asked this morning, the first think i was thinking of was an acronym. oh, my gosh, what does this stand for? >> the only way to bring end to crisis in syria is for the united states to work with russia to find a diplomatic solution to the problem. the former new mexico governor is trying to reach 15% in order to win a spot in the first presidential debate on september 26th. lauren: so close, coming up. congress takes up two major issues today. republican lawmakers in the house will meet this morning behind closed doors in order to avoid government shutdown on act first.
representatives will discuss zika funding $1.1 billion bill to fight the virus has been stalled, democrats are blocking it over dispute on planned parenthood. nicole: protestors turned out in miami yesterday calling for officials to halt aerial spraying against zika. one woman says, she's getting out of town. >> i'm packing up my 4-year-old daughter and driving home to alabama even though this is home. nicole: protestors say they are not convince that had the pesticides won't harm humans. lauren: let's get you caught up in global market action overnight. hang seng and hong kong up three quarters of 1%. check out the kospi in south korea reacting to the nuclear threat from north korea, down 1.25%. shanghai composite down .55%.
nicole: european central bank left rates unchangedded. no further stimulus despite the fact they lowered going forward. cac quarante in france and german dax also slightly lower and next week we will hear from the bank of england. lauren: all right, let's check on u.s. stock market futures, dow off 32 points, s&p down almost 3 and nasdaq giving back 7. the weak dwsh stocks relatively flat for the week. third down week in four. nicole: let's check out commodities right now. yesterday we saw oil gain, the talk was obviously about the drawdown in supplies, today we are seeing pull back 47.05 down 1.1%. gold down downtown. lauren: illegally opened
unauthorized accounts to meet sale goals, will pay restitution to customers. as a result the bank fired 5300 employees and managers for their involvement in making these unauthorized counts over a five-year period, cfpb sales staff opened more than two million banks and credit card accounts that have not and were not authorized by customers. nicole: problems are growing for samsung over smart phones. listen to this, the phone went on sale three weeks ago and samsung recalled two and a half million units after reports that the lithium batteries have burst into flames for consumers. the administration telling airline passengers, don't turn it on and don't put them in your checked baggage. be very careful. this comes after a florida man says that his jeep caught on
fire, we have a picture of the jeep as he was charging his samsung smartphone. >> that's the last thought of my head, a brand-new device, something as simple as a phone is going to burn down my car, house, hurt a family member. nicole: that jeep is chador. goes an presale today for the iphone 7. lauren: samsung asked federal judge to let it pay so they can empty the goods that samsung has stranded on the shipping vessels. the ships are stuck in u.s. ports after the biggest container carrier filed for bankruptcy. now handling firms won't work because they're afraid they won't get paid. samsung wants court permission to pay workers to unload the ships, around $14 billion of cargo has been tied up around
the world just ahead of the holiday season. this is when the retailers start to stock their shelves for christmas and hannuka. nicole: experimental service is set to launch this month. run by project wing. division of former google research and development facility that is now under the alphabet umbrella. project wing will make use of the hybrid drone that is can glide through the air like a plane or hover in place of a helicopter and the drones will hover above destination and lower the food down to awaiting customer and i was thinking that they're going to need a traffic pattern for these drones. it's a little distracting. lauren: it'll be very popular on
campus for sure. hunt for holiday workers heats up giving wages a boost. competition for workers need to go make online holiday orders, arrive on time is increase, amazon, wal-mart, ups and fedex are expected to step up hiring. the company will minimize users photos during the booking process require antibias training for workers. that is a look at the headlines in the wall street journal today. this is fbn:am, we will see you right after the break
nicole: good friday morning to you, 5:45 a.m. here in new york. north korea conducted a nuclear test today. it's fifth. north korea now says it is able to mount a war head on a ballistic missile. the test comes after president obama ended trip to asia. presidential campaign continues to focus on security issues. donald trump is defending his statement that he was publicly opposed to the iraq war before it started. hillary clinton says that is not true. and problems continue for samsung over new galaxy note 7 phone that were recalled because of exploding lithium ion batteries. the federal aviation administration is telling
airline passengers not to turn them on or charge them on board the planes and don't put them in the checked baggage either. let's check out u.s. stock market futures. the dow is lower for the week, nasdaq and s&p holding up slight gain. the nasdaq moves higher, could hit a record again. right now s&p down 3 and nasdaq futures down 7. lauren, that's what's happening now. lauren: thousands of coal miners rallies in washington, d.c. to put bailout for pension fund. it would be the first time in history that congress saved a private pension and many worry it could open the door to other failing pension funds to demand a bailout. peter barnes in washington with the details. peter: amounts to bailout of the pension fund. it's short 2 to $25 billion, depending on what estimate you look at and part because of bankruptcies of coal companies that are not paying anymore, war
on coal. the legislation on the hill supported by democrats and some republicans from coal states would tap an existing taxpayer funded program for the pension money, the union says $160 million a year, critics say the bill sets a bad precedent given the trillions in pings shortfalls and hundreds private and worker funds nationally that also might need bailout at some point. on thursday hillary clinton announced her support for the bill, of course, she's been scrambling to build support among coal miners in key states like ohio after she said this in a debate in march. >> i'm the only candidate which has a policy about how to bring economic opportunity using clean renewable energy as the key in the coal country because we are going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.
peter: clinton said she mistoke and has plan to help coal country. i firmly believe that you if you spend your life spending lights on for your country, we can't leave you in the dark. the miners have eastern it had benefit, the miners agree. lauren: they certainly do. thank you so much. nicole: tonight on wall street week, the guest is chairman and ceo of holdings, he said he does not believe some of the recent economic data. >> frankly i think that the economy is more anemic than we are being told. i think it's closer to 9%. if somebody would say to me, i will guaranty you 2% gdp would you hit the bid, i would hit the bid right now. nicole: right here on the fox business network. lauren: coming up a u.s. opener, shocker, serena williams in an
sup set and will not be in the finals. >> you know, when you're injured you're thinking of other things and you should be playing and shots and my mind was a little bit everywhere but that was what it was. lauren: in the nfl, the season opener was rematch of last year's super bowl and another player refuses to stand up during the national anthem. we have those highlights. at the box office. >> this is the captain. brace for impact. >> what? >> brake, brake. heads down, stay down! lauren: miracle on the hudson comes to the big screen, we will have a preview for you. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. eryone thought i s crazy to open a hotel here.
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>> our job is to investigate how the plane ended up on the hudson river. >> it was not a crash, it was a forced water landing. >> simulation said you could make it. >> that was not possible. >> of course, you did. nicole: the miracle on hudson hitting theaters today but former federal government officials involved in the 2009 accident, the public may get the wrong impression that the investigators were trying to smear the pilot and they say the film portrays investigators more like prosecutors looking for an excuse to blame the pilot for the mishap.
lauren: i remember that day. i ran to cover it. it was freezing cold. serena williams will not be in the finals for the second year in a row. she was upset in semifinals. she was beaten last night, half dozen falls including on match point. she was botherredly an injured left knee. kosova will play number two. two-time u.s. open runner up caroline. 6-4, 6-3. no matter what happens kerva will move up the spot on monday ending williams run, get this, 186 consecutive weeks at number one. in the nfl season opener, it was a rematch of super bowl 50 and denver came out on top again. the brng oas beat carolina 21-20, panthers had a golden opportunity to win with the
field goal in the closing second, but kick from denver, from 32 was wide left and denver had the win. before the win marshall refuse today stand during the playing of the national anthem and he joins his college teammate kaepernick of 49ers in refuse to go stand up because they're protesting racial issues in the country. shortly after the american flag the fifth year of line backer went to the long road of broncos and he went down on one knee. nicole: nasa launched a space probe to chase down a dangerously asteroid. it could one day collide with earth. probe is scheduled to arrive on august '18.
lauren: we have the story to bring you right now, something called selfie spectacle. they are sparking outraging. a photographer compiling pictures of people composing memorial disrespecting place where thousands of people lost their lives. photographer is calling his work memorialized, the reason they take the selfies and the pictures is to take home a piece of history, this story happening on the 15th year anniversary. nicole: 15th anniversary. that's right. we will be watching for that. we have specials and we will never forget. we will always remember in our thoughts and prayers, we will b? right back.
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lauren: thank you so much for joining us this week. it's friday so have a beautiful weekend. nicole: of course, we would be focusing on the 15th anniversary of 9/11 this weekend. we are watching markets closely. they are near break even but to take you through the next several hours maria bartiromo and mornings with maria begin right now. maria: hey, there ladies. tgif. good to see you. i'm maria bartiromo and it is friday september 9th. here are your top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. the race for the white house tightness this morning. new polls showing hillary clinton losing steam in key swing states and candidates are
on the attack. >> hillary clinton's policies produced ruin in libya, iraq and syria. absolute ruin and death. >> everything is a game. it's like he's living in his own celebrity, reality tv program. [laughter] >> you know what, donald, this is real reality. this is real people, this is real decisions that have to be made for our country. maria: plus new questions this morning to hillary clinton over emails, her emails had multiple classified markings. north korea conducting fifth. it makes war heads small enough to sit on missile. marketing stunt gone viral this morning for all the wrong reasons, outrage over the 9/11 themed coca-cola displays at wal-mart. wells fargo paying up and firing thousands, the bank facing a