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as in two breaking news this morning. hurricane matthew good across the bahamas emerges closer to you is facing hundreds of thousands of people to evacuate in florida and felt carolyn appeared good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. the latest update on the storm track. nicole: plans for an opec production costs pushing oil prices near $50 a barrel. checking out audio 4978 a barrel. lauren: rising oil prices lifted the sox yesterday pushing the dow up 112 points.
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let's check in on stock market futures painted gala 1414. nasdaq up for it. trade to the nikkei up about half of 1%. the china market still close with the week for holiday. lauren: donald trump raises money and its performance at last night's vp debate or i should say the night before while hillary clinton lays low to press for sunday's big presidential debate number two. train to twitter shares sink on report that google is pulling out of the bid for twitter. lauren: boeing ceo tells elon musk not so fast. that debate this basic founder to colonize mars. trade to in sports, san francisco giants into the playoffs and chicago cubs and puts an end to the mets season. it is 5:01 a.m. in new york. we like to say one more alarm clock. your first look at what's moving in today's market, the latest breaking news in what to expect
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the day ahead. train to florida and south carolina on high alert as hurricane matthew parris to the caribbean. the category three storm pounding parts of the bahamas six acted to strengthen as it approaches florida appeared people getting ready to getting ready, boarding up, trying to get out. governor rick scott urging more than 1 million residents to leave their home now. >> y see traffic pick up the smart people take this seriously and we go from voluntary to mandatory evacuations. if you know you're going to evacuate, don't wait to evacuate. it could be the decision between life and death. nicole: senior meteorologist janice d. in my distraction that is coming up in just a few minutes. lauren: we also have watched the price of oil. oil prices down a bit this morning to take it badly close 50 bucks a barrel on news that crude supplies fell for the
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fifth week. as hurricane matthew approaches the u.s., that caused gas prices to spike? phil flynn, senior market analyst as well as fox news contributor. good morning. reporter: good morning. good to be here. what a storm that will definitely have an impact on prices maybe both way. lauren: let's talk about the impact on prices. the opaque production costs and damage to many large facilities here or power outages. what does that do to oil and gasoline? >> we see prices of gasoline going up. just like florida, north carolina mainly because the governor say people have to get out of town and so those creases on trade prices go up if they appeared the bigger problem is that depends on the track of the storm. the storm basically hits the east coast. we see power outages in most situations. we could actually see the demand
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for gasoline and for natural gas. so this could be a demand distraction this fire. if we left the coast, prices could actually go up because the demand will be ephemeral key prices going. really it's critical that the storm has. train to my site yesterday said names related the area. statoil and buckeye )-right-parenthesis or abstract. those are names the energy business under scrutiny right now. whatever we see in the near term, whatever it may be, must amend or more demand, is that a knee-jerk reaction and do they go back in the next couple weeks to where we were watching the dollar and the like for oil? >> i think we do. there's going to be a big meeting in istanbul between outback in non-opec later this week. that will determine how much
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production will come off the global market so that will be the next day. make no mistake about it. boosting oil inventories fell five weeks to allow. that will be continued because of the storm. trade to phil flynn, senior market analyst. thank you for your time this morning. nicole: indiana governor mike and says he thinks donald trump's mission to make america great again won the vice presidential debate. >> i really think that vision for a stronger nation at home and abroad if we did any good last night, it was that we were able to communicate the vision and the clear choice the american people face. >> the debate wasn't much of a shawl for viewers. 37 million people tuned in, making it the least watched the vice presidential debate is 29 million people watched dick cheney and joe lieberman back in
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2000. lauren: hillary clinton lays them out as she for the second presidential debate sunday against donald trump. bernie sanders will campaign for hillary today. be sure to watch fox business for the second presidential debate sunday night. our coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. eastern with intelligence report followed by lou dobbs at 7:00 p.m. and "cavuto" from 8:00 p.m. until midnight. nicole: contractor for the agency has been charged with stealing classified secrets. harold martin, a formal navy officer was right to die after authorities say he admitted to taking government secrets. the white house commenting on the development yesterday. >> anytime information that this is released in the context of a criminal complaint, the federal
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government is to mandate that nowadays to be vigilant. a situation that the department of justice takes seriously. >> his client did not intend. so i put iodine classified documents three years ago and links them to journalists. lauren: police in indiana arresting dozens of people who posed as irs agents intimated money from american taxpayers. 600 others under investigation allegedly called people in the u.s., yankees and of failing to pay taxes and the sum of jail time if they did pay off immediately. they operated at least nine call centers outside the by. some reports say it may have added more than $150,000 per day. trade t-shirts atwitter plunging in extended trading this morning down about 10% after reports
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that google would not bid for the social media come to me. technology website recode also says apple is unlikely to buy twitter either end while disney has decided not to move forward, twitter has more than 300 million average users. the company struggling to generate revenue by 2487. let's get caught up in global market action overnight. saxon china close between the cage big jump in half of 1% for both the hang seng and the cost in south korea. watching things some shares at a record high. >> they just announced they are not going to have the ban on track in anymore the united kingdom. easyjet is under some serious pressure and that is down about
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9%. caci five and that is in france and the german dax up fractionally as well. nicole: u.s. stocks stop a losing streak with a 112-point gain. features for the dow up nine-point. nasdaq futures of 2.5 points this morning. nicole: boosting oil fire boosting oil five of the six frustrating days. thirteen cents at 4970-barrel and gold full text the dollar 30 at 1267 nature and spirit lauren: the jobs report for the month of september penetrators waiting on that tape friday morning about 170,000 jobs have been added. you can see the dollar is stronger against the euro at 111. the u.k. pound at 127. the canadian dollar, mexican peso in japanese and this morning. nicole: the same cent galaxy
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note seven goes up in smoke and cause a southwest airlines plane to be evacuated in louisville. the phone was one of the replacements following a major recall. the good news is no one on the flight was injured. >> it was a little disheartening to see that happen on the plane, but to hear somebody knowing in advance that it was a cell phone, that ride a little bit of calm to what was going on. nicole: safety regulators investigating this could lead to a second recall of the device. samsung says it will carefully review proposals made by hedge fund management for restructuring as well as the dividend. they wrote a letter spelling out changes that include splitting into a holding company, listing its operating company on the nasdaq. the news has been pushing the shares in south korea to a record high today. nicole: to government health plans spend more than a billion dollars between 2011 and 2015.
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that comes to the centers for medicare and medicaid services. the agency also says mylan overcharged by millions of dollars during that time for epipen on the classifying it as a generic kind of rebate of 13% when it should've been classified classified as a brand-name drug. said they should have been paying a rebate of much more than 10%. nicole: bowling claiming that both the space next to put the first humans on mars. the ceo made the pledge at a conference in chicago and boeing is already building a rocket with nasa for this special mission. this comes less than a week after space that ceo elon musk unveils his plans to colonize mars. he is going to build a spaceship that can transport it used 100 people at a time to mars.
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lauren: in the wake of crippling government sanctions, the controversial blood testing company run by elizabeth holmes is splashing this work for us and shut him down labs. we will have that story. a new with cory says that a court ordered yahoo! to sit through customer e-mails to look for potential ties to terrorism. we'll have the latest on that. stock index futures a day ahead of the jobs report for september. s&p is up one point. this thursday morning to watch oil prices as they track hurricane matthew. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ guess what guys, i switched to sprint.
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lauren: good thursday morning. millions of americans now preparing for what could be the most devastating than the east coast. hurricane map view is battling the bahamas. late tonht or early tomorrow. my parents says he aims on the transmission to make america great again won the vice presidential debate against him came. meanwhile, bernie sanders full text hillary clinton in wisconsin today she prepares for sunday's second presidential
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debate. shares of twitter this morning are plunging in extended trading after a report that google would not bid for the social media company. there are reports apple and disney are unlikely to buy twitter shares down about 10%. taking a look at u.s. markets. near the unchanged line of the week. jamar dione for jobs report estimated to see 170,000 jobs added a 4.9%. dow futures at nine, s&p futures up one. morin, that is what is happening now. lauren: today's edition of "the wall street journal" "wall street journal." spareness retreated from a test. the company will shut down its facilities and cut more than 40% of its staff as a shift to developing products for other companies. sarah no-space hit by a crippling regulatory sanction after "the wall street journal" investigation revealed shortcomings in its technology and operations.
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apartment rents decline in some big cities. that is good news. san francisco, new york and dan josé c. red prices fall for the first time in years as the rental market comes off its biggest boom in decades. through these latest order meat from a single animal. retailers like whole foods building harm to store meat operations that allow customers to buy several cuts of meat from one single animal so you can traced to me traced to meet the annual came from and how the animal is treated. john brents topping the risk of stocks after the parent company of kfc, taco bell and pizza hut reported disappointing personal results. the china unit during the period. also watching shares of yahoo!. "the wall street journal" says the system and tended to scan e-mails for child and spam. the company satisfy a secret
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court order required to search for messages containing a computer signature tie to the communications of a state-sponsored terrorist organization. wal-mart nearly doubling its stake in jg.com, china's number two e-commerce site. separately, reuters reported wal-mart is accelerating its investment in e-commerce. nicole: hurricane matthew is had stories florida as residents began to evacuate. >> they deliver the barrier island. get out. nicole: fox meteorologist janice dean will track the storm for you. the big lesson that may mean some consumers as the giants into the playoffs against the chicago cubs infliximab to the new york mets season.
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[suspensful music] nicole: there is no calm before the storm as hurricane matthew gross towards the united states. less than 24 hours until a potential hit that americans have been on the east coast scrambling to safety in what could be the biggest mass evacuation ever. fox meteorologist janice dean has been closely tracking this
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deadly storm and my than the weather center with the very latest, good morning, janice. >> we just got the latest of isaac from the hurricane center. we could see unprecedented damage along the east coast of florida. we haven't had a major hurricane hit the state in 10 years. the storm is strengthening. the last few frames you can see this right here is kind of a strengthening torrent. went than 125 miles per hour and the pressure is dropping. so this is an incredibly devastating storm for perhaps the bahamas. damage in cuba as well as haiti. 10 million people in the hurricane warning now. if you've been told to evacuate, you need to do so. we are talking about a category four storm with her halves 130 miles per hour winds breaking the east coast of florida for a period of 24 hours. there's a future radar. there is tonight at 10:00 p.m.
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at the store makes a very close call. will it make landfall? at this point it does not really matter. the track is the same. it is going to peel at the east coast of florida. there is daytona beach. this is friday. and friday. amanda st. george a problem into the carolinas. again, we can see unprecedented damage along the east coast of florida. the wind force gas we are talking at least hurricane force wind just for a period of 24-48 hours. storm has been a major hurricane for almost a week good that is also almost unprecedented in the atlantic a sin. category three strength in a storm. for a warm waters along the gulf stream. so i think potentially makes land all, we are going to be dealing with a strengthening system. 145 per mile offshore. storm surge. heavy rain upwards of a foot of rain.
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hurricane force winds all along the east coast of florida towards the carolinas and then we have to watch this thing as potentially it could back and moving to the southeast coast again. talking about perhaps an unprecedented storm, ladies. you need to listen to your local officials if you're told to evacuate, you need to do so. nicole: thank you very much for that in-depth report. we heard governor rick scott to get out now. life or death. lauren: janis comic thank you. a look at the latest in sports. san francisco giants begin the new year just read is that in the national wild-card game. conor gillaspy hitting a three run homer in the ninth inning and madison baumgartner on 119 pitches. he ran his consecutive postseason scoreless streak now at 223 innings in the national league division series between the giants and the chicago cubs on friday.
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the american league division ries taking off today. the cleveland indians are hosting the boston red socks tonight. meanwhile, opening statements heard yesterday that $21 million lawsuit brought against nba star derrick rose. the new york knicks guard and two other men accused of an incapacitated woman in 2013 that defense attorneys claim she consented. she filed a police report last year. nicole: arguments in the jury up without one. coming up on the residents of florida and south carolina prepare for hurricane matthew. we look at the impact. shares of twitter on a report that google is backing away. we will have the very latest on that story and the stock price for you. let's check out u.s. stock market futures ahead of the important job report. we just are into negative territory.
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nicole: breaking news this morning, hurricane matthew barrels across bahamas closer to the united states. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. we will have the very latest on the track of the storm. lauren: we sure will. that plus plans for opec production cuts pushing oil near 50 bucks a barrel. nicole: rising oil prices have been lifting energy stocks. checking on u.s. stock market futures this morning ahead of tomorrow's monthly job's report.
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right now dow futures lower. s&p down 12, nasdaq down 2. lauren: chinese markets are close for the week. nicole: taking a look in politics, donald trump phrases his running mate's performance on vp debate and hillary clinton lays low to prepare for sunday'e boeing ceo tells elon musk not so fast vow to go beat into the case to colonize mars. lauren: san francisco giants into the playoffs against the chicago cubs. and, yeah, puts an end to new york mets season. nicole: not happy about that. lauren: i know. nicole: we welcome you to
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fbn:am, latest breaking news. lauren: we start with the weather because florida and north carolina on high alert. category 3 storm pounding parts of the central bahamas and is expected to not only strengthen but cause rain and powerful winds as it approaches florida. people there getting ready, boarding up. governor rick scott urging a million residents to leave their homes now. >> you're going to see traffic pick up as more people take it seriously and we go from voluntary to mandatory evacuations, so you know you're going to evacuate, don't wait, get out now. could be decision between life and death. nicole: and oil prices are lower this morning. they did rally yesterday on news that crude supply fell on eighth
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week but as hurricane matthew approaches united states will that cause price to spike? we have phil flynn. we have seen low gasoline price this is year, near $50 a barrel. your thoughts, phil, what now? phil: i think a lot depends on the short-term, where the storm go and if it tracks closer to land we are going to see demand destruction, power outages which will reduce demand for gasoline and natural gas and we are going to see a lot of issues. the storm goes out of the east we could rally because of the expected demand destruction that's price intoed the price will come out and we could see a big rally. lauren: the southeast, phil, has been affected by pipeline outages and causing prices to spike already.
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if you do have outages and there is a supply disruption, that could cause prices to go up even more? >> absolutely. if you're in those areas. we are seeing gasoline stations run out of gas in florida. lauren: right. phil: now you have the storm. it's definitely a big impact. we see prices go up when people have to fill up their gas tank to get out of town so we are going see that demand go up. at the same time you'll see tankers going into the gulf of mexico be diverted, they are going to try to divert them into new york or maybe even china and so some that we were suppose today get here, they won't show up. nicole: there's no way they could move in gulf of mexico. where do you think theigture -- what do we see next, 40 or 60? phil: i think 60. we could see prices go back down.
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i think part-time can't underestimate the impact of production cuts. it's historic and drive prices hire. lauren: oil closer to 60. gas buddy said under 2. phil: i think by halloween the summer will be done. nicole: thanks, phil. lauren: mike pence thinks that donald trump's vision won the vice presidential debate against virginia senator tim kaine. here is pence speaking on hannity last night. >> i really think that vision for a stronger america at home and abroad, if we did any good last night it was that we were able to communicate that vision and the clear choice the
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american people face. lauren: debate wasn't much of a draw for viewers. 31million people tuned in. that makes it the least watched vice presidential debate since the 29 million viewers watched dick cheney and lieberman. nicole: hillary clinton laying low as she prepare for second presidential debate. bernie sanders will campaign for clinton today in michigan. a program note for you, be sure to watch fox business, second presidential debate on sunday. our coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. eastern time with the intelligence report followed by lou dobbs and cavuto coast to coast at 8:00 p.m. and that will run through midnight. lauren: we will be here bright and early.
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harold martin, former navy officer arrested by fbi in august after he admitted to taking government secrets, the white house is taking matter seriously. >> any time that we have that information like this is released in the context of a criminal complaint, the federal government is reminded of how important it is to be vigilant. this is certainly a situation that the department of justice takes seriously. lauren: martin's attorney says his client did not intend to betray the country and edward snowden stole classified information and leaked them to journalists. nicole: police in india arresting dozens of people who posed as irs officers and demanded money from american taxpayers. about 600 others are under investigation in this case as well.
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they dialed people in the united states, accused of failing to pay their taxes and then threatened jail time if you did not pay up immediately. they operated at least nine call centers and some reports say that this scam may have netted more than $150,000 per day. lauren: that's astounding. we are watching shares of twitter because they are plunging right now in premarket trading. the tech website also says apple unlikely to buy twitter either and wallet disney has decided not to move forward as well. twitter has more than 30 million monthly users but the company has been struggling to generate revenue, growth and profit. look at the board right now. low 22-dollar range. nicole: get you caught up in the global market action overnight. strength in the dollar against the yen in asia all up arrows,
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the nikkei is up again. hong kong hang seng up. korea kospi up and shanghai composite closed for holiday. lauren: let's take a look at european stocks, down arrows now. 25 points this morning. cac in paris down 5. dax in germany down 16 points this morning. nicole: check out u.s. stock market futures, the dow started the show towards the upside and now to the downside. s&p futures down 2. wewe are waiting on tomorrow's monthly report where we are expecting to see 170,000 jobs added and slight gains for average workweek as well as average hourly pay. lauren: all right, let's take a look at oil prices, right near $50 a barrel. 49.17. nicole: samsung galaxy note 1
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goes up in smoke and causes a southwest airlines plane to be evacuate. the phone was one of the replacement note 7's following a major recall. good news is that no one on that flight was injured. >> it was a little disheartening to see that happen on the plane but to hear somebody knowing in advance that it was a cell phone that brought a little bit of calm to the fear that was going on. nicole: samsung are now investigating and this could lead to a second recall of the device. samsung say it will carefully review proposals made by hedge fund management. activist investor wrote samsung a letter spelling out changes that could include splitting into a holding company also lifting operating company on nasdaq and news have been pushing samsung shares up about 4% and in south korea to a record high.
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lauren: more than a billion dollars on epipen between 2011-2015 that's from the centers of medicare and medicaid services. mylan overcharged medicaid by millions of dollars over the five-year period for epipen. wrongly classified the product as a generic drug and paid smaller rebait of 13% when it should have been classified as brand-name drug and mylan should have been paying at least 23%. nicole: boeing claiming it would be spacex to put first humans on mars. ceo made pledge in conference. this comes less than one week after spacex ceo elon musk unveiled his plans to colonize mars. musk said he's going to build a spaceship that can transport 100 people at a time to mars.
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lauren: bottom line we are going to mars in our lifetime, maybe we can go together. that's the controversial blood-testing company run by elizabeth holmes. it's shutting down labs and we have a new report. a court ordered yahoo. checking in on stock index futures start of the show pointing higher, now lower, dow is down 23 points, s&p futures down 3, nasdaq futures off 6. the job ice report, the key report for september due tomorrow morning. you're watching fbn:am
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lauren: 5:45 on the dot in new york. welcome to the show. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. millions of americans preparing for what's the most devastating hurricane hitting the east coast in more than a decade. the storm expected to reach florida late to want or early tomorrow. on the campaign trail mike pence says he thinks donald trump's vision to make america great again, that's what won the vice presidential debate against tim kaine meanwhile bernie sanders will stump for hillary clinton as she prepares for sunday's presidential debate. shares of twitter sinking after
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report that google would not bid for the company. reports that apple and disney are unlike to make a bid either. let's check in on stock index futures. dow futures down 24 points, s&p down 4, nasdaq giving up 6 and a half, that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: the company will shut down blood-testing facilities and cut more than 40% of workforce as it shifts to developing products to outside labs. hit by regulatory sanctions and revealed short-comings in technology and operation. apartment rents decline, some cities like san francisco, new york are seeing rents fall as the rental market comes off biggest boom in decades. foodies latest order.
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meat from a single animal. farm to store meat operations that allow consumers to buy several cuts of meat from a single animal. yum! brands which tops our list to watch here. shares after parents of kfc, taco bell and pizza hurt reported disappointing results. fell 1% at established locations for china unit during that period. a keen eye on yahoo, system intend today scan emails for child pornography and spam helped the company satisfy court order to search for computer signature that was tied to communications to state-sponsored organization. wal-mart, 10.8%. we are going to watch wal-mart today.
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separately reuters report that it's on track to double giant warehouses dedicated to online sales to 10 by the end of this year and i'm sure that's at least in part to taig biggies like amazon. lauren: coming up hurricane matthews heads towards florida as residents begin to evacuate. >> if you low-line area, island, or area prone to flooding, get out. lauren: who is tracking the storm for us, fox moarlings janice. lauren: puts an end to new york mets season. sorry, mets' fans, let's check u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow down 31 points, s&p futures off 4, nasdaq sinking 8 points. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: no calm before the storm as hurricane matthew barrels towards the united states less than 24 hours until a potential hit and already americans up and down the east coast are scrambling to safety, what can be the biggest mass evacuation ever. janice dean tracking tracking the deadly storm.
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hi, janice. janice: national weather service says we can see unprecedented damage from hurricane matthew along the east coast of florida. we are dealing with a strengthening storm in the bahamas, you can see the eye right there 125-mile per hour sustained winds, that means a strengthening storm system. up until it moves towards florida strengthening is very probable. let's take a look at the future radar as we go through thursday, today coming very close to west palm beach tonight thursday 10:00 p.m., the eye, strongest winds and the last check of the track saying that we could have 140-mile per hour sus takenned winds in the eye wall of the storm. port st. lucie, melbourne, central florida, we have 10 million people under hurricane warnings. if you're told to evacuate a
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category 4:00 storm should make you evacuate. there's friday all up the east coast of florida scripping the coastline with the worst of the rain, rest of the winds, then it's georgia and carolinas, right now we are dealing with hurricane warnings all up and down with millions of people, this state has no had a major hurricane in over ten years and a lot of people never experienced a major hurricane. a strengthening storm as makes closest approach to florida klose line. whether or not it makes a landfall. that's not the important component of the story, the fact that we are going to have at least 24 to 48 hours of major hurricane force winds battering wave, heavy rainfall, that is the story and the tropical models are coming into very good agreement that this is an east coast florida storm and into georgia and carolinas.
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what happens next, forecast models are pushing itself out ward again and perhaps affecting the southeast coast as we head into the workweek. major hurricane affecting all of the east coast of florida. make preparations and complete them right now. lauren: if a category 4 doesn't make you evacuate, i'm not sure what will. nicole: latest from the world of sports, san francisco giants beating new york mets 3-0 in wild card game. 3-run homer in the ninth inning. madison through a complete game 119 pitches, consecutive scoreless streak to 23 innings. national division league between giants and chicago cubs begins on friday. the american league division series kicking off today. texas rangers are facing toronto blue jays today.
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cleveland indians are hosting boston red sox tonight. opening statements have been heard yesterday in the 21 million-dollar lawsuit brought against nba start derrick rose, new york knicks guard but the defense attorney claimed she consented. she filed a police report last year. lauren: first take a look at u.s. futures, started the show in positive territory. now in negative territory. dow is down 30, nasdaq 8 right here in the premarket. hi my name is tom. i'm raph. my name is anne. i'm one of the real live attorneys you can talk to through legalzoom. don't let unanswered legal questions hold you up,
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lauren: thank you so much for watching fbn:am. nicole: taking you through the next several hours maria bartiromo, mornings with maria begins right now. maria: thank you so much. happy thursday, i'm maria bartiromo, thursday october 6th. stop stories right now, 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. bracing for matthew, turning its way to atlantic coast, residents from florida to south carolina preparing for the worse and have been warned to evacuate as soon as possible. we have the very latest on the storm's path coming up. on to the race to the white house donald trump headed back
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across the country holding a town hall in new jersey today meanwhile hillary clinton staying off the trail gearing up for sunday's big debate. >> i'm excited because this is going to be a close race and every single vote will be precious and will count. >> get out and vote. you have to get out and vote no matter what happens, no matter how bad you feel. maria: we will take a look at what clinton and trump need to do sunday night to win over undecided voters. coming down to the wire now. meanwhile southwest flight evacuated over a smoking samsung galaxy phone. making matters worse, it was a replacement phone. it wasn't the regular. details coming up. shut downs blood-testing facilities and layoffs nearly half of workforce. little interest for twitter apparently, the stock slumping

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