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true into raking us this morning. hillary clinton gets a bounce in the polls. now they think donald trump by five points. good morning. i'm transfixed. nicole: good morning to you i'm nicole petallides. squaring off for the first and only debate. 10 king and mike pence will face off tonight. we will have the preview. lauren: stocks pull back at the top 54 points yesterday. let's see how stock market futures are shaping up to dow futures are 30 points. nasdaq futures jumping the latin. nicole: stocks in japan rally on weaker currency which could help lift experts that the making of
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three quarters of 1%. the stock market closed in china. lauren: oil prices climbing $50 a barrel. down three quarters to 1%. $48.46 a barrel. nicole: hurricane matthews slams into haiti. janice dean will track with a monster storm is heading next. lauren: google set to unleash intelligence in a connected home devices. nicole: the new york giants were no match for minnesota vikings. all the highlights from monday night football and much more. lauren: it is tuesday, october 4th. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at what is within a today's markets can be her latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: hillary clinton leads donald trump by five points according to a new cnn poll to former secretary of state has 47%. likely voters can pair to 42% for donald trump.
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trump was ahead of clinton by two points in this poll conducted before the debate. kerry johnson the libertarian nominee has 7%. just i'm the green party nominee has 2% and meanwhile, hillary clinton wasted no time attacking donald trump on his taxes. more on that from peter burns. >> in the key battleground state of ohio, britain had trump heart that he reported nearly a billion dollar loss on his taxes in 1985. >> doesn't look like. then the federal income tax for almost two decades. while millions of american families including nine families including mine and yours are working hard, paying their fair share, it seems he was contributing nothing to our nation. imagine that. not fair. nothing for a pell grant to help kids go to college. nothing for veterans, nothing for our military.
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reporter: the trump campaign pushed back an announcement from eric schneiderman. he issued a notice to cease and desist soliciting contributions in new york following the road pizza night of many democrats claim the foundation violated new york violated new york law by fund-raising this year without being properly very. the trump spokesperson said while we remain very concerned about the political motives behind ichi sentiments investigation the trump foundation intends to cooperate with the investigation because this is an ongoing legal matter the trump foundation will not comment her there at this time. nicole: thank you, peter barnes. lauren: vice presidential candidates set to debate today. now cheap fox news jennifer griffin. reporter: lauren, nicole, we are here armed outcome university one of the oldest colleges in the country. this is an historic site for the first vice presidential debate.
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the northern section is the site of the effect event of the american civil war. one of the last places for the wars then. love it to candidates at 9:00 p.m. eastern and will be introduced first and will be given the first question. governor mike pence and tim kaine of virginia senator have a low-key style. cannot happily described described himself as boring. he has been practicing throwing a punch on the campaign trail. except then to force fans to answer some of the things donald trump in the news stories that trump may not have paid taxes in 18 years. the rnc fired a shot across the bow with a new online ad that has been from pair to the famous willie horton ad in 1988 to cost michael dukakis the white house because he gave the impression
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he was soft on crime. the response from an eight to 10 k. to 10 k. in the ads in the ads may have already backfired because rnc spokesman sean spicer had to delete a tweet about it. both candidates know this debate is not about them. it is about the top of the ticket. lauren, nicole. lauren: fox business will have live coverage of tonight's vice presidential debate at unit 7:00 p.m. eastern with lou dobbs tonight and 8:00 p.m. to midnight, kudo coast-to-coast. nicole: stepping up military support or steering president bush r. al-assad. officials told fox news russia has deployed an event missile system to syria for the first time. the latest atonement comes after russia's actions led to the collapse of a cease-fire into account the united states that the weapon system could be used against an american cruise
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missile attack in syria. vladimir putin has also suspended a rush a u.s. deal on the disposal of weapons grade plutonium. the kremlin cited washington's unfriendly action for the move. lauren: hurricane matthews pounding haiti right now. a powerful category four storm with sustained winds of 145 miles an hour dumping heavy rain on the impoverished nation. they don't have the infrastructure in place to handle the wind and the rain. forecasters say some parts of the country could get as much as 40 inches of rain. the center expected to pass over the southwestern tip of haiti this morning. the most powerful anti-tropical storm in a decade in matthew critic the u.s. east coast this week. a live report from the fox weather center and makeup of minutes. nicole: the latest on the investigation of the deadly train crash. investigators recover a data recorder from the transfer of
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car. the ntsb says crews are working 12 hour shifts to clear debris to gain access. the rear of the train was not auctioning on the day of the crash. that recorder was supposed to servicing and breaking information. the crash killed one person and injured more than 100 others in hoboken, new jersey last thursday. lauren: and asia, stocks are trading a perilous path the nikkei in japan at 20%. the hong kong catastrophe said. a reminder that markets in china are close through october for holidays. nicole: let's take a look at the london ftse up 1.3%. theresa may will move for article l for the british had said in march of next year. keeping an eye on the cac at more than three quarters of a percent. german dax up requires a percent. that is higher by about 3%.
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lauren: second day of the final quarter of the year. stock futures bouncing back the dell 30 points good as points good as the viewport, nasdaq up a love in. the key news this week would be the jobs report for friday morning and we are watching deutsche bank to see if there's any reduction in the report of $14 million fine. nicole: wasting oil running up and let's look at it today. right now pulling back several days for right now it's down 38 cents at 4843 a barrel and gold is down 80 cents at 1311 a troy ounce. lauren: pay particular attention to the u.k. pound write-down of 1.2772. that is a fresh 31 year love as we are focusing on the story that nicole just told you about when exactly are a briton will divorce european union. nicole: she's also saying she's not very helpful to the bank said it hard to shake the something everyone is talking about today.
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lauren: take a look at a yield on the 10 year treasury 1.62% at last check. google is set to make some news today. the company expects to launch products that go way beyond search its traditional comfort zone including launching smartphones and new details on google's home and internet connected personal assistant that connects all the devices in your house. the smartphone will be called pixel. it's likely to be built by htc and will rival apple's iphone. it will have built-in artificial intelligence eliminated many are users to type and it comes in the color blue. i could be a spicy apple's iphone rose gold color. the pixel will be carried by verizon. sales of cold weather according to reports from sales of specialty apparel stores by
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$393 billion. that compares to a decline of $376 million over the same period last year. the report comes as they experience the whim of september and 55 years. the analytics track whether transfer retailers says retailers panic and it could be a promotional holiday season because they've got to get jackets going. lauren: chip card technology is now one year old. the dramatic change in how we pay for purchases has not been problem free. the chip enabled credit card is supposed to be more secure but it's no better than cards with magnetic stripes for retailers who don't have the technology to accept the check. the retail federation says the better option would be to switch to check cards that require it. instead of a signature. some shoppers say checking out takes too long and some stores to run and is a scathing reading terminals up and running at the
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microorganisms according to one soil expert and does can produce spores that can cause allergic reaction. lauren: now you know. donald trump sees chicago as a war zone. >> thousands of shootings. i say where is this? is this a war-torn country? lauren: jeff flock will explain hurricane matthew hitting haiti hard. fox meteorologist janice dean will tell us where this monster storm is heading next. it could be the u.s. let's check in on stock u.s. features. gallup 43 points, nasdaq at 10. you are watching transcendent, your first look at morning markets in breaking news. or is it a lifetime of work that blazes the path to your passions?
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lauren: at 515 in new york. hillary clinton now leading donald trump by five points since last week's presidential debate. that according to a new cnn poll. clinton at 47% of likely voters compared to 42%. ahead by two points conducted before the debate. the candidate is set to square for the first and only debate tonight. democratic kincaid and mike ezell faceup in farmville, virginia and fox business will have live coverage and analysis of the debate starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern with lou dobbs tonight and from a p.m. to midnight, caputo coast-to-coast.
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we will get ready for a new wave of google gadgets. new smartphones today to compete with apple's new iphone seven as well as a home device and that amazon's go and alexa devices. let's check in right now see how u.s. stock market futures are shaping the haddonfield embattled after falling 54 points yesterday. dow futures gained 41. nasdaq up 14. that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: donald trump looks at chicago and sees a war zone. whole foods looks at the city and sees opportunity. it's not to make money, at least to do some good. jeff flock has the story. >> we come to you from englewood area of chicago. this neighborhood, the second most violent in chicago in the past year. last week alone 95 people shot in chicago.
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12 of them fatally. this is from the met has come a campaign issue with donald trump repeatedly pounding it on the campaign trail. >> in chicago they've had thousands of shootings, thousands since january 1st. more than 3000 people have been shot in chicago since january. reporter: while some people see a war zone, other people see opportunity. this is something called angle was where, a huge development, public and private money together has brought the whole foods store here. a company known for being dubbed whole paycheck. how will that do in a neighborhood where many people don't even get a paycheck. you see people headed into the whole foods here as we speak. they are though employed a lot of people from the neighborhood. whole foods say they don't
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necessarily need to make a lot of money from this location that they would like to help out and they are hiring 35 local folks who purveyed various different food that they'll be selling at whole foods. it's fair to say any other war zone. sometimes there is the skirmish of the war zone and then there's other places where life goes on. some sprouts of hope in the englewood neighborhood in chicago. back to you. nicole: jeff flock, thank you very much. nicole: lauren: hurricane matthew is hard into haiti. >> it is moving for more wider. lauren: fox meteorologist janice dean will tell us what amounts are storm is headed next. no match for the minnesota vikings. the habit or monday night
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nicole: a look at the latest of the will to sports. minnesota took attend the new york giants 24-had on monday night football.
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the defense is the star of the show as they only about three catches all night. two turnovers which led to 10 points. eli manning with 25-45 with one interception. breaking jermaine is one of the three unbeaten teams in the nfl. the eagles and broncos are the other two. it only took one season for the marlins to realize they did not want. bonds to return as their hitting coach. bonds is reportedly after being hired last december. the lack of effort and ability to get along with the players and coaches from what many believe to be the cause of the firing. the marlins also reported that i co-authored race coach lenny harris and the head coach cornelius. playoff baseball set to begin today. the matchup between baltimore and toronto begin at 8:00 p.m. chris tillman will be pitching again right-hander marcus
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stroman and tomorrow night the giants will have massive been have massive been greater faceup the mets. that will be at 8:00 p.m. >> one of the most powerful and take hurricanes in recent history. hurricane matthew striking haiti as a category four storm. meteorologist janice dean and the fox weather center with the latest. good morning to you. is this an expected to hit the united states? reporter: a very strong possibility with brand-new information from the national hurricane center. the path of matthew is going to have the coast at the very least as we head into the later part of this week and into the weekend. first things first this is an enemy catastrophe for the folks in haiti. the north decided to start moving over the payment to that here. 70% of this region is in extreme poverty and people are not living in solid homes. we are dealing with a category four storm with 145-mile per hour sustained when hitting this
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event a lot in strength and as it does so. this is potentially deadly in a catastrophic event for them. we can't take this lightly. as they go through time, eastern cuba watching you, but not a lot of action which means the potential for this to maintain its strength as a major hurricane is on the high-end. potentially dealing with the major hurricane as it makes its way through the bahamas and along the coast. this is a brand-new track of 5:00 a.m. miami now in the code of his urgency. it looks like the storm is likely to help the coast starting thursday into friday and continue perhaps even making the landfall across the carolinas. we need to watch the mid-atlantic as well as we as well as we can offer the possibility for impact across the northeast coast as we head into the weekend and into next week. this is one of the strongest terms that have on record in the atlantic basin and perhaps one
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of the east coast. information is coming very close as major hurricane in florida and the carolinas in possibly affecting all the way up towards the new england area as they head into sunday and day. they make a code. here's the gfs model. this is friday coming very close to florida and perhaps a landfall across the carolinas on saturday. this is a dangerous situation people need to be thinking about what their plans will be if and when matthew is on your doorstep. that year. nicole: vice presidential candidates get ready to square off in their first and only debate. >> head on over to farmville the first thing tomorrow morning. i'm looking forward to it. i can't wait.
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hillary clinton's record on foreign affairs alone could take up the whole 90 minutes. nicole: google gets into the gadget business unveiling artificial intelligence. much more spn coming up after the break man: i adopted bento in 2010 from a shelter.
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but a lot of people know him as keyboard cat. [playing upbeat tune] nicole: braking is responding. hillary clinton gets a bounce after that space today. now leading donald trump by five points. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: i am blind simonetti paid blind simonetti petraeus presidential candidates square off for their first and only debate. democrats tim kaine and mike pence was safe after night. nicole: the best quarter for the europe stos pull back yesterday about 54 points. check in on u.s. stock market futures this morning. s&p futures zika. lauren: in a shack in the stocks in japan rally in a weaker
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currency which could help lift export. stocks in china remained closed for a holiday. nicole: oil prices climb your 50 bucks a barrel down 42 cents and 4839. lauren: fox meteorologist janice dean will tell us that as monster storm was said to u.s. as well. nicole: google gets set to unleash new gadgets. the smartphone that uses artificial intelligence and a connected home device aimed at amazon .co. lauren: new york transfer no match for the vikings beat the highlights from monday night football and much more coming up. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york. tuesday, october 4th. we welcome you to "fbn:am", he prefers to get breaking news and what to expect today i had. lauren: hillary clinton leading donald trump by five points since last week's presidential debate. according to a new cnn owner st. paul, support with likely
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voters prepares to her charm. ahead of clinton by two points before the debate. gary johnson libertarian nominey nominee has 2%. meanwhile hillary clinton wasted no time attacking trump on his taxes. more on that now from peter burns. reporter: in a key battleground state. >> it looks like he didn't pay a dime for two decades. millions of families including mine and yours were working hard, paying our fair share. it seems he was contributing that into our nation. imagine that. not fair, nothing for pell grants to help kids go to college. that seems for veterans, nothing
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for our military. reporter: the trump campaign pushed trump campaign push back the dark spiderman. to cease and desist new york following a probe is neither many democrats claimed the trump foundation violated new york law by fund-raising this year without being properly registered a trump spokesperson said while we remain concerned about the political motives behind aji schneiderman's investigation the trump foundation intends to cooperate fully with the investigation because this is not going to go matter the trump foundation will not comment further at this time. back to you in new york. >> said to debate the issues. a preview from jennifer griffey's. >> lauren, nicole, we are here at farmville, one of the 100 oldest college campuses in the country. this is an historic site of the
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first space presidential debate. this site as the effective end of the american civil war. one of the last place general robert e. lee met with his top lieutenants before the wars and. when a candidate took to the debate tuesday night, hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine will be introduced first and will be given the first question. the kane have a low-key style. king has happily described himself as boring but he's been practicing throwing a punch on the campaign trail. accepting -- expect him to answer for some of the things donald trump has said about women and the new stories trout may not have paid taxes in 18 years. they fired a shot across the bow at the new online ad compared to the immediate cost michael dukakis the white house because
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it gave the impression he was soft on crime. the ad may have arty backfired because rnc spokesman sean spicer had to delete each read about it. both candidates know that this debate is not about to it is about the top of the ticket. lauren, nicole. nicole: fox business will have live coverage and analysis of tonight's presidential -- vice residential debate is 7:00 p.m. eastern. lou dobbs tonight will be there and i'm a p.m. to midnight we have conclude of. lauren: russia stepping up barbara charlotte side. russia has deployed in an ant antimissile system to syria for the first time. that could be used against a cruise missile attack. the cut off of direct talks between russia and the united states.
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russia has suspended a deal with the u.s. on the disposal of weapons grade plutonium. nicole: hurricane matthew is pounding haiti right now. sustained winds jumping how the rain and the impoverished nation. some parts of the country could get as much as 40 inches of rain at the hurricane center is expected to pass over the southwestern tip. it is the most powerful storm and that due credit the east coast this week. a live report from janice dean in just a few minutes. lauren: now the latest on the investigation. federal investigators tried to recover a data recorder from the transfer of power. the ntsb says crews are working 12 hour shifts to clear debris in order to gain access. a data reporter in the rear of the train was not functioning
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the day of the crash. it was supposed to store the speed and braking information. the crash killed 1% and injured more than 100 others in hoboken, new jersey last thursday. nicole: let's get caught up in the global market action overnight to get ready for your trading day. right now look at the nikkei in japan ) and three quarters of 1%. the hong kong hang seng up half a percent. shanghai composite index closed because they have a holiday this week. lauren: the ftse monday in gaining 108-point. the cac at 30 30 appointment yanks and jeremy trading for the first time this week at 68. shares of deutsche bank. tons of news on debate. how much will it be for? will they have to raise capital to pay it? nicole: that is looking up about 3% this morning. let's take a look here now at the doubt.
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the dow was up 45 points or dow futures. s&p futures up five. jobs report on friday and the nasdaq as well to the upside this morning at a quarter of 1%. nicole: oil against 1.2% yesterday and caused about 1.8% this morning. gold down. nicole: a look at the currency market. teresa knight saying village of the british exams start next march. the u.k. pound leads to the lowest level since 1985 to the level of 127. the euro, the pound and canadian dollar and the japanese yen and peso weaker against the greenback this morning. lauren: the yield on the treasury 1.62%. nicole: google is set to make the news today. expected to launch products baby on search. the company said it is smart guns, internet connected personal assistant for
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smartphones called pixel likely built by htc to rival apple's ipad and it will have built an artificial intelligence ultimately eliminating the need for users to type when it comes in blue. that could be a swipe at the outpost new rose gold color. the pixel reportedly carries by verizon. lauren: you can just use your phone and talk to it. get everything you need. hurting sales of cold weather here according to a report, sales of specialty apparel stores, the one in shopping malls down by $393 million in august and timber. many parts of the country experienced the bonus at timber in at least 55 years. it will be a very promotional holiday season as a result. good news for shoppers have enough for businesses.
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nicole: chip card technology is now one year old kid to dramatic change in how we pay for purchases has not been problem free. the chip enabled credit card is more secure but it's no better than cars with magnetic stripes for the retailers that don't actually have the technology at the retail federation says a better option would have been switched to a chip card that required a pin instead of a signature. checking out the chip cards does take too long and some stores run into delays getting reading terminals up and running at the register. nicole: -- lauren: now sometimes they block out the place he would answer distinctly swipe so it's a little clearer. restaurants is one of the stats we watched today. olive garden expected to post improved quarterly results from a year ago. investors watching same-store sales expected to decline. earnings for micron technology after the closing bell. analysts look at the chip maker
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to post a loss of 12 cents a share on revenue of $3 billion. netflix and focus. the stock rose to its highest level since may on friday as investors speculated the online video service could be a takeover target ahead of quarterly earnings due out in two weeks. nicole: today's edition of "the wall street journal." owing to make accounting helps improve its profit picture. bowden started to make money on east reminder that east reminder that the bridge is the spring. thanks to a unique accounting strategy, the jets have been acting the aircraft maker's bottom line for years. the problem is the approach profits into such a distant future it's unclear if they will ever recover the $30 billion it cost to produce a plane. meet the billionaire behind the new bass pro shop cabal at empire. asper shot since buying his rival for about $4.5 billion. john morris is the founder and
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built the outdoor goods chain for many small learned a business that he started in his father's liquor store. can houseplants be unhealthy for humans? your lovely ficus brings more than a pop of green into that room. it brings a host of night organisms according to one soil at it in those microorganisms can produce those that can cause allergic reaction. lauren: coming up, donald trump see chicago is a war zone. he met thousands of shootings. where is this? is this a war-torn country? lauren: at whole foods sees opportunity in the windy city. you are watching trends have been, your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: 5:45 a.m. hillary clinton now leads donald trump by 5.56 presidential debate according to a new cnn dorsey poll, clinton has 47% of likely voters compared to 42% for donald trump. trump was ahead by two points in the poll conducted before the debate. the vice presidential candidate are getting set to square off for the very first and only debate. tim kaine, republican mike hensel face-off tonight in farmville, virginia. fox business will have analysis
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of tonight's debate starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. lou dobbs tonight and at 8:00 p.m. to midnight, stay tuned here to fox business and get ready for a new wave of google gadgets. today the company expected to invest smart phones to compete with apple's newly released seven as well as the home device aimed at amazon .co and home devices. u.s. stock market futures this moment we had a great last quarter which kicks it off yesterday with down arrows. this morning down futures are up 36. s&p futures up five. lauren, that is what his top any now. >> donald trump see chicago is a war zone. whole foods look at the city of these opportunities not to make money, at least it is social good. reporter: we come to you from the englewood area.
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this neighborhood, the second most violent in chicago in the past year. last week alone 95 people shot in chicago. 12 of them fatally. this is something that has become a campaign issue with donald trump repeatedly pounding it on the campaign trail. >> in chicago, they've had thousands of shootings since january 1st. >> more than 3000 people have been shot in chicago since january. >> some people see a war zone, other people see opportunity. this is something called tanglewood square. it is a huge development, public and private money together has brought a whole foods store here. a company known for being dug whole paycheck. how about you when many people don't even get a paycheck. abc people headed to two this as we speak.
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they are employing a lot of people from the neighborhood. they would like to help out and they are hiring 35 local folks of the southside of chicago who will be selling any from the war zone. other places where life goes on. sprouts and hope in the englewood neighborhood in chicago. back to you. nicole: coming up, hurricane map, hurricane matthew slams hard into haiti. >> storm is actually moving for more water. that's a good sign.
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nicole: fox meteorologist janice dean will tell us the truth that the monster storm matthew is headed. in sports, new york giants were no match for the minnesota bike is. the highlights from monday night football for you. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at emerging markets without the aeros and breaking news.
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lauren: welcome back to minnesota tipped as a new york giants 24-10 on monday night football. the star of the show only allowed pavel bukharin junior three catches on and i on and forced two turnovers which led to 10 points. eli manning was 25 of 45 and threw one interception on the night to the vikings remain as one of the three unbeaten teams in the nfl. the egos and broncos are the other two. it only took one season for the
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marlins to realize they did not want any bonds to return as their hitting coach. vibes is that after being hired by the marlins last december. reports of his lack of effort and ability to get along with players and coaches are what many believe to be the cause of the firings. the violence also let go of the third-base coach and bullpen coach lee cornelius. playoff baseball set to begin tonight. the wild-card matchup between baltimore and toronto begins at 8:00 p.m. chris tillman will be pitching against blue jays michael stroman and tomorrow night the giants will have madison baumgartner face-off against dallas in the guard at 8:00 p.m. nicole: did you watch the playoffs or the vice presidential debate. we are tracking here is the most powerful hurricane in the atlantic in recent history. hurricane map view striking as a
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category four storm. but if the united states? senior meteorologist janice dean live in the fox weather center with the latest track. reporter: yes, we are watching this batter haiti, this very vulnerable area of the caribbean with 70% of their population living in poverty and this is a massive dangerous potentially deadly hurricane that is now making landfall across the peninsula here is haiti. the worst of the storm is in the northeast quadrant that they are just getting hammered by the worst of the raid of the worst of the wind and worst of the storm surge. this is catastrophic. a catastrophic storm is happening right now. what happens afterwards? it doesn't make a lot of land interaction and that is a concern because it's going to maintain its major hurricane strength as it makes its way into the bahamas.
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this is wednesday in brand-new information if you break up with us this morning at the east coast needs to monitor carefully as we could be an impact during landfall later on this week across florida. the carolina step towards new england. forecast rainfall again the worst of the storm across haiti was 30 to 40 inches of rainfall. not slide/bloodiness potentially deadly for them. there is your forecast path as we go further in time. the main messaging from this time yesterday is the track has moved closer to the east coast. we have not had a landfall from a major hurricane category three or higher in 10 years. folks along the coast here need to be making your preparation plan. an easy thing to do is what is your hurricane evacuation route if you live in this very close areas to wear hurricane could make landfall. there's the forecast path. category three coming very close
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to the coast of florida friday and maybe a close brush with charleston towards well-maintained. i can't bloody landfall either end up towards the northeast and the northeast and some of the computer models have indicated they could actually have an impact across the northeast onwards to new england in early next week. bottom line, east coast needs to be prepared and you need to be paying close attention to local officials and local forecasters feared a two-year period trigger scary stuff but be prepared to know your evacuation plan. lauren: thank you. coming up, we will hand it over to one us with maria. dallas at 35 in the premarket. nasdaq up enough then. -- nasdaq up enough then. you owned your car
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lauren: julian was expected to make an announcement today but we are learning that might not happen. wikileaks will publish millions of documents relate today three governments and it will do so before the u.s. election. the release was specifilly geared to damage democrat presidential candidate hillary clinton. nicole: all right, thanks for watching fbn:am, we will turn it right over to mornings with maria bartiromo, mornings with maria begins right now. maria: good morning, i'm maria bartiromo, it is tuesday
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october 4th, the count down is on for the first and only vice presidential debate tonight. mike pence and tim kane will hit the stage in farmville, virginia and comes after the attacks on the campaign trail keep heating up. >> trump was taken away from america with both hands and leaving the rest of us with the bill. >> i knew a lot but my understanding of the tax code gave me a tremendous advantage for those who didn't have clue. now they are gone and i'm here and i'm ready to tush things around for our country. maria: very latest on the race including poll numbers coming out straight ahead. hurricane matthews heading to to the state. the state could see worst disruption in decades. 145 miles an hour. we will bring you there for the latest. startling new

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