nicole: breaking news this morning, protestors hit the street in charlotte, north carolina defying a midnight curfew, we will have the latest on the situation and questions on when the police video plb released. good morning, nim nicole petallides. cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. the dow up another 100 points yesterday at 1. 5% for the week. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of opening bell right now. a slight tick to the downside. dow pointing lower by 30. s&p low e4 and a quarter.
nicole: in china you see change high composite. >> cheryl: another big story, oil. now we are seeing a slight red arrow. 45.55. nicole: donald trump with anticrime while hillary clinton hits wealthy with state tax. cheryl: yahoo saying that hackers stole data of 400 million users. we will take a look at the story. nicole: tom who, the new england patriots win without tom brady and in baseball, new york mets win in dramatic fashion. all the highlights coming up. cheryl: 5:00 a.m. in new york. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day
eminent threat. nicole: police say they won't do it while the investigation continues. we will have a life report from charlotte for you in just a few minutes. cheryl: meanwhile in tulsa, oklahoma the white female police officer now charged with manslaughter, prosecutors saying police officer reacting unreasonably. >> i determine that the felony crime of manslaughter against tulsa police officer betty shelby is warranted. officer shelby although now charged is presumed to be innocent until a judge or a jury determination others. cheryl: officer shelby turned herself last night. she was released 20 minutes later. convicted she faces four
years and life in prison. the victim's family saying they are pleased that the officer has been charged with a crime. nicole: new york,-new jersey bombing attacks, the wife of rahami is back in the united states. she returned yesterday. the fbi said she left the u.s. for pakistan in june and voluntarily gave interview while in dubai earl earlier this week. investigators have not suggested that she is suspected of any wrong doing. meanwhile rahami remains hospitalized after a gun battle and it's unclear when he might be taken to court to face terrorism charges. cheryl: donald trump is calling for a national anticrime agenda, the fight violent crime in u.s. cities. trump commenting following protest in charlotte, north carolina over fatal police shooting of african-american man.
trump dealing lou dobbs they need to stop and frisk. >> you take a place like chicago which is out of control, 3,000 shootings so far since january 1st, 3,000. i'm talking about from january 1st and stop and frisk is something they should absolutely be doing and doing it quickly. cheryl: well, stop and frisk was ruled to be unconstitutional by a federal judge back in 2013, trump also says that it looks like the police officer in tulsa, oklahoma charged with first-degree manslaughter in connection with death is something that's very wrong. nicole: hillary clinton targeting wealthy, increase the tax on largest states to 65% from the current 40%.
clinton is looking to make it harder for wealthy people to pass on taxes. $260 in revenue in decade. the money would be used to simplify small business taxes and expand the child tax credit. cheryl: check out the clinton's latest purchase, right next door to the current home that they own there. a source telling the new york post, the home could be used as weekend retreat for their daughter and her family. nicole: looks like my greek wedding. >> the company says information on more than 500 million user accounts was stolen in what could be the data breach ever,
encrypted passwords, the company blames the insaident on a hacker working on the foreign government. yahoo says users should change passwords if they have not done so in the last two years. we close at 44.15, 43.65. looking to the downside on yahoo . cheryl: let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. first to asia where you had a mix bag. nikkei japan a little more than than a quarter percent. hang seng as well. kospi edging out a little bit of a gain .21%. nicole: more favorable for france, less favorable for germany, we are seeing under pressure. the worst of the bunch is cac quarante in france nearly down
three quarters of 1 percent. still a strong week for stocks, this morning u.s. stock market futures looking slightly to the downside but not by much. the dow pointing lower by 27 in the premarket. s&p down by just 4 points right now. nicole: oil four days, gold up four days, we have a meeting on oil and oil is down 45.52. down 1.7%. gold plunging backs 3.38 a troy ounce. cheryl: let's get you new information on protest in north carolina, let's bring in fox news leland, it looks like it was a different type of night for the residents of charlotte. >> much, much different night, good morning, ladies, to you as things stand right now the national guard came and went pretty quick and it only took them about 12 hours to lay town the law in charlotte. currently the city under a curfew.
so long as you're peaceful you can stay out past midnight and march around and that's what they did under the presence of a lot of national guard and riot police who were staged all around the city in case things got violent again. one thing we did hear from the protestors chanting over and over again, release the tape, that is referring to the tape that was made by body cameras and dye dash cameras of when keith scott was shot. that is what has kicked off riots initially on tuesday night, was his shooting by police. the man has a rap sheet that goes back 20-plus years, was shot, police say, uh-uh he had a gun. they say other evidence points to the gun. >> you cannot see him making a
guessture like pointing the gun which would be much more definitive, the officer perceived based on everything that we have said before, failure to comply with commands, failure to drop the weapon and him turning to face the officer as an eminent threat and that is what caused everything else to transpire. >> unclear when the tape may be released and criminal investigation could conclude, next steps here in charlotte, though, trying to put the city back together economically, obviously images are not a chamber of commerce ad. less than 50 days before the election. cheryl: talk about moving for than thers game over the weekend because of all of this. fascinating. great live report, thank you, leland. nicole: global markets, stocks to watch today.
chicago board options exchange was in talks to acquire the company. that's the second largest exchange operator by valium. watch that one. twitter fell more than 3 and a half percent after hours. rbc capital downgraded after survey shows the social media giant is losing with advertisers. cheryl: advertisers not happy with facebook, the wall street journal says that the company vastly overestimated average viewing for video ads on platform for two years, facebook closed weeks ago that they are spent watching videos and artificially inflated because it was only taken into account videos of more than 3 seconds. new metric to fix the problem. the stock pointing to the downside slightly.
in the premarket, tough news for facebook actually. piece of gross advertising. nicole: protestors continue to march despite midnight curfew. lawmakers hammer like tbranting citizenship to imgrayings that were actually supposed to be deported. >> we are doing the best we can. are we perfect, we are not. i have to admit that. nicole: no doubt. peter barnes has the story there. you're watching fbn:am. you're watching fbn:am morning markets and breaking news.
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charged with a crime and what may be the biggest cyber breech ever, 500 million accounts of yahoo were stolen. they believe a state-sponsored hacker. the dow is down 27 points in the premarket and s&p lower by 4 as well. that's what's happening now, nicole. nicole: all right, thanks, cheryl, here is a look at the headlines in today's edition of wall street journal. wall street ipo business is the worst in 20 years, we are talking about new listings, initial public offerings the journal says that so far this year banks have taken $3.7 billion in fees from u.s. listed equity deals. paramount takes it right down for a movie that isn't down yet. viacon studio, charge for monster trucks which is set to
open in theaters in january. prar mount pictures says the charge is related to the expected performance of unreleased film. marriott completes the acquisition of hotels. the new company is the world east largest hotel chain. well, a bomb shell e-mail showing the obama administration literally working overtime to swear in new citizens hoping to impact the election. the internal e-mail address to agents, the field office due to election year needs to process as many as 400 cases between now and fiscal year 2015 if you have pending, you are encouraged to take advantage of the overtime if you can. this revelation comes after 800 potentially dangerous immigrant
were accidentally granted citizenship to our country as a result the house judiciary committee held a hearing on oversight of u.s. immigration and customs enforcement. peter barnes is in washington the details. peter peer while republicans on the house judiciary committee hammered the head of immigration services for problems in the m is, one is that the government does not have all the proper records to prevent immigration identity fraud according to it found that the agency granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrant who had been ordered deported but applied for citizenship with the false identity and the agency did not catch them because their fingerprint were not in government databases, the report says that the number of ineligible applicants could be as high as 1800. director of immigration and custom enforcement sarah saldaña agreed
to update and repeal the citizenship approvals for the hundreds of immigrant with no fingerprint check. thank you in new york. nicole: thank you, peter barnes. cheryl: coming up on fbn:am, of course, we have a lot more market coverage for you. let's talk sports. i mean, tom who? tom brady? is that the guy. patriots went out brady, one game left on suspension. we have the highlights coming up for you. and hillary clinton making an appearance on between burns. listen. >> well, this has been a lot of fun, mrs. clinton, what's the best way to reach you? e-mail. [laughter] cheryl: welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. we will be right back.
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the president did this back in 2014 but did mrs. clinton pull it off. listen. as secretary how many words per minute can you type? what happens if you become pregnant? >> i could send you pamphlets. >> first you supported the transpacific partnership deal. are you down with tpp? >> i'm not down with tpp. >> no you're supposed to say, yeah, you know me. like the hip-hop. >> don't tell me what to say. [laughter] cheryl: well the democratic presidential nominee may not have been entertained or entertaining us, it is safe to say that zach is pretty funny. nicole: not sure hillary clinton
thinks. let's take the latest of the world of sports. they move to 3-0 after stomping all over houston texans. ran for 105 yards. scored two touchdowns. that will be next sunday. turning to the mets game. josé reyes began with a two-run home run to tie the game at 6 but it was cabrera who hit a 3-run shot to right-center field for 9-8 victory for the new york mets. the mets are tied with san francisco in wild card race and the cardinals half a game back. and over in the american league here is your wild card update headed into the weekend with the tigers victory over the twins, detroit moves ahead of baltimore
by half a game to fight wild card spot. toronto remains in the lead with houston a game and a half back and seattle sits two games back. new york yankees are three games behind a wild card spot. cheryl: all right, we have a lot coming up. the latest of protests in charlotte as marchers defy a midnight curfew. donald trump offering some of his solution for anticrime agenda. >> something that they should absolutely be doing and doing it quickly. cheryl: and it could be the biggest cyber-attack ever, yahoo saying hackers stole personal data of more than 500 million users, we will take a look at that story. take a look at futures ahead. dow, nasdaq and s&p pointing lightly to the downside. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. you push
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cheryl: breaking news this morning, protestors hit the street in char lit, north carolina defying a midnight curfew, we are going to the latest on the situation including questions about when that police video will be released. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. nicole: gowrng, we are watching markets closely. that guy has -- one and a half percent for the week for major averages, let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. looking to the downside. cheryl: taking a look at asian markets, japanese stocks lower,
nikkei down in china shanghai composite ending the day down .28%. cheryl: watching oil prices who have been on the rise. oil pulling back today at 45.54, over one and a half percent. cheryl: on the campaign trail donald trump proposing an anticrime agenda while hillary clinton plans to hit the wealthy by hiking the estate tax. nicole: it could be the biggest cyber-attack ever. hackers stole personal data of more than 500 million users, we are going to take a closer look at that. cheryl: in sports new england win without tom brady. in baseball new york mets win. it was a great game, of course, we will have all the highlights coming up for you. nicole: 5:31 a.m., friday september 23rd.
welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. police say the curfew would not be enforced as long as protests remain peaceful. the family of keith scott was shown dash board and footage by police. lawyer for the family issuing statements saying in part, quote, it is impossible to discern from the video what if anything mr. scott is holding in his hands. police chief of charlotte on the kelly file last night. >> as i said, you can't really see what's in his hands and as i said before, you cannot see him making a gesture like pointing the gun which could be much more definitive but the officer proceed based on what i said before, failure to comply with commands, ready to drop the weapon and him turning the face to the officers as imminent
threat. >> family wants video to be released to the family immediately. we will have a live report from charlotte in just a few minutes. cheryl: president obama calling for protestors in charlotte to be peaceful in an interview with abc news. >> the way we change the system requires us to be able to reach out and engage the broader american community and that requires being peaceful, that requires being thoughtful about what are the specific reforms you're looking for. cheryl: well, the white house has said that they have spoken to the mayor to offer federal assistance as needed. nicole: meanwhile in tulsa, oklahoma, police officer charged with manslaughter. the officer reacted unreasonably.
>> in the matter of the death of terence, i determine that the filing of the felony crime of manslaughter in the first degree against tulsa police officer betty shelby is warranted. officer shelby although now charged is presumed to be innocent until a judge or a jury determines otherwise. cheryl: officer shelby did turn herself last night and released 20 minutes later. if convicted she faces four years and life in prison. victim's family saying they are pleased that the officer has been charged with a crime. cheryl: donald trump is calling for an anticrime agenda to fight violent crime in u.s. cities, trump commenting following protest in charlotte, north carolina after police shooting of an african man. cities need stop and frisk,
that's a controversial practice under mayor giuliani. >> you take a place like chicago which is out of control. 3,000 shootings so far since january 1st, 3,000. this is like -- i'm talking about from january 1st and stop and frisk is something that they should absolutely be doing and doing it quickly. cheryl: well stop and frisk was ruled to be unconstitutional by a judge in 2013. it looks like the police officer in tulsa, oklahoma in connection with the death of an unarmed is something very wrong. nicole: the democratic presidential nominee is increasing taxes to 65% from the current 40%. clinton looking to making it harder to pass appreciated assets without paying for taxes.
the latest proposals would raise $260 billion in revenue over decade. money would be used to pay for clinton plans to simplify taxes and expand child tax credit. speaking of real estate. check out clinton's latest, $16 million for this home that's right next door to their current home. the home will be used as weekend retreat for their daughter chelsea and family. cheryl: i think you said that's how the greeks do it, all together. disturbing news from yahoo, information on more than 500 million user accounts were stolen in what could be the biggest data breach ever. the hack network back in 2014 and made up with data that includes e-mail addresses, dates of birth and encrypted passwords, the company blames incident on hacker working for foreign government. this could have impact on verizon acquisition of core
business. users should change passwords if they haven't done so in the last two years. >> that really fueled rallies across the globe and we had markets here at home. commodities as well. things are pulling back today taking a breather, there's the shanghai composite. the nikkei in japan, one-third and one percent. hong kong hang seng and only gain was korea's kospi. cheryl: taking a look at european stocks. take a look at ftse right now. trading down about 19 points. mid-market there slight loss. germany down 23, slight loss on friday. nicole: we saw the nasdaq hitting record. amazon and google, visa, all hitting all-time highs. s&p futures down 3. cheryl: of course, it was a big
week for oil but we are seeing actually a slight loss this morning, loss of 1.6%, gold down as well. nicole: now for breaking news and protest in north carolina, we are going to leland, he's live in charlotte, leland, good morning. >> well, good morning to you, technically the curfew is still in effect but the police basically made a deal with the protestors, so long you stay peaceful you can stay out past midnight. the police made the deal with a lot of backup. the national guard and north carolina state troopers and dozens if not hundred of riot cops. the biggest chant that we heard was release the tape, release the tape. they were talking about the tape of the shooting of keith scott, he's the african-american man shot and killed by police.
he has a long rap sheet that goes back 20 years or so, also had a lot of issues in terms of run-ins with the police and according to police he would not drop a gun that they say he had in his hand, however, his family says it was a book. the police say that had they show it had video to the family, the family was not so sure about what the video showed, still the police are standing by their story. >> what i can tell you the video sas i said before, not the most definitive piece of evidence we would have hoped for. you can't really see what's in his hands and as i said before, it is -- you cannot him making a gesture like pointing the gun which could be much more definitive. >> three major issues facing the city of charlotte going forward, what happens with the investigation into the death of mr. scott, does that spark for protests to the economic implications, clearly the video over past three to four days
it's not a chamber of commerce ad and three the political implications, this has brought racial administrations here to a breaking point in charlotte and remember, ladies, this is a crucial swing states with less than 50 days till election. nicole: great reporting, thank you. cheryl: was in talks to acquire the company. second largest exchange operator by volume. and then twitter fell more than 3 and a half percent after hours, rbc capital downgraded stock after survey showed media giant is losing with advertisers. nicole: they're not happy with facebook, take a look at this. the wall street journal say it is company vastly overestimated
average viewing time for ads in platforms. facebook disclosed several weeks ago that metric average is inflated because it was only taking into account video views of more than 3 seconds. facebook says it's introducing a new metric to fix the problem. the news and embarrassment for facebook across its platform. closed at 130.08. it's looking down $2 this morning. cheryl: big story for facebook. also a lot coming up with regards to charlotte. we are going to have the latest for you. protests in charlotte as marchers defy a midnight curfew. taxpayer spend $2 billion protecting endanger species but now one program involving red wolves might be a complete fraud. >> they absolutely invented a species and called it endangered. cheryl: we will have that
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nicole: good morning to you, it's friday 5:45 a.m. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. protestors on charlotte defying midnight curfew but police say the curfew would not be enforced as long as protests would remain peaceful. family wants the video released to the public immediately but police say they won't do it while investigation continues. white female police officer who fatally shot a black man last week now charged with manslaughter. if convicted the officer faces between 4 years and life in prison. the victim's family saying they are pleased at the officer has been charged with a crime, maybe the biggest cyber breach ever,
yahoo says personal information from at least 500 million yahoo accounts was stolen. yahoo says it believes state sponsored hacker was behind that breach. nasdaq set another record yesterday. dow futures down 6, s&p futures down 2. cheryl: we may open green here, guys. look at that. each year american taxpayers spend nearly $2 billion protecting almost 2,000 endangered species from fish to grizzly bears and red wolf but now study say it is wolf restoration program is a fraud. fox news william has that story. >> the red wolf is one of the world east most endangered species protected by law and taxpayers. the latest genetic test suggest it's not a wolf at all and that could be a death sentence. >> it's an amazing story.
>> is it just that, a story? >> the best available science clearly indicate that is the red solve is nothing more than greywolf and cayote. >> taxpayers spend 33 million over the last three decades protecting and breeding red wolves some say never existed. they absolutely invented a species and called it endangered. >> to say the red wolf removed over 40 years ago, is it the same animal that was 100 or 200 years ago, i don't think anybody is ever going to know that answer. >> attempted to save it with a breeding program, offspring bred in zoos, today's red wolves are hybrids. >> 25% greywolf. >> the law doesn't protect
hybrids. >> spending taxpayer money on hybrid would be a violation of federal law in itself. >> the species is unique and refuse to abandon effort. there's nothing pure about any in this landscape. >> here is the dilemma. based on genetic alone the red wolf is not protected but a congressional hearing wednesday fish and wild liar is considering other factors, something that we expect opponents to challenge. nicole and cheryl. cheryl: thank you, sir. nicole: we have a note, today on "wall street week". >> out of harm's way is quickly as you can monday morning. these markets are dangerous, these bubbles are utterly unstable, there are a few robo machines left in the market that are driving markets to insane
levels and all we have to do is have one unexpected black swan including donald trump's election and the whole thing will come on unwound. there will be no bid below. nicole: legal officer thomas will be on the show, "wall street week" airs 8:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. it's friday, it's "wall street week". cheryl: great show, by the way. coming up in sports. tom who? the new england patriots win without tom brady. one left of his suspension. the mets win big time. dramatic finish. we will have the highlights for you. hillary clinton making an appearance but zach seemed to get most of the laugh. >> this has been a lotf fun. we should stay in touch. what's the best way to reach you, e-mail? cheryl: we will have all the highlights, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. we will be right back. a
weak. >> you know, zach, those are really out of date questions. >> what happens if you become pregnant, are we going to be stuck with tim ceab for nine months. >> i could send you pamphlets that might help you understand. >> first you supported obama's transpacific partnership deal and then against it, i think people are supposed to know are you down with tpp. >> i'm not down with tpp. >> no, you're supposed to say, yeah, you know my. like the hip-hop. >> don't tell me what to say. nicole: think she could have handled that one a little differently? we will see. democratic nominee may not have entertained and zach is extremely funny, she didn't seem to have quite as fun. cheryl: the e-mail joke was my favorite. let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports even without tom brady. the new england patriots
continue to soar, 27 to nothing. team on the back and ran for 105 yards and scored two touchdowns, the final game without tom brady against buffalo bills, that's next sunday. the mets came down to the final play yet again last night. 9-8 walkoff victory for the mets. they are tied with the giants in the wild card race and cardinals have a game back. and with all eyes on watson for 2017 nfl he didn't disappoint. 304 yards along with a pair of touchdowns to lead to 26-7 victory over georgia tech last night. number five, 4-0 on the season.
next opponent number three louisville, huge showdown next saturday. college football not disappointing. nicole: everybody loves it. holding a town hall event with the green-party presidential nominee jill stein. >> hillary may talk the talk, but if you look at the walk, it's not been good, not to mention the horrific wars, catastrophic wars, not only voting for iraq, i won't sleep well if donald trump gets elected but i won't sleep well if hillary clinton is elected. nicole: green-party town hall airs here on the fox business network. cheryl: coming up we will hand it over to mornings with maria, maria bartiromo, we want to take a look at the u.s. futures. we are down slightly in the
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we are seeing s&p 500 down 3. right over to maria bartiromo, mornings with maria begins right now. maria: hey, there's, nicole, thank you so much, hi, everybody, happy friday. good morning, thanks for joining us, i'm maria bartiromo, friday september 23rd, here your top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. another night in protest in charlotte to report but this time was relative calm on the streets after a midnight curfew was put in place. demonstrators call if for the release of fatal shooting. charlotte police, the chief detailing what could and could not be seen on the tape. >> as i said, you can't really see what's in his hands and as i said before, it is -- you cannot see him making a gesture like pointing the gun which would be much more definitive but the officer proceed based on everything that i have said before, failure to comply with commands, failure to drop the weapon and then him turning to face