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nicole: breaking news this morning hundreds of airline flights experiencing delay because of a computer glitch, united said it has resolve the problem but long lines continue. we will have the latest on the developing situation. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: welcome back. i'm lauren simonetti also breaking this morning. new fox poll shows hillary clinton's lead over donald trump is growing. mainstream media. nicole: stock markets recovered yesterday after dow dropped 168 points and index, retails and
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also a speech from fed chair janet yellen. dow futures up 29. s&p futures up 4. lauren: in asia japanese stocks rose by half of 1%. nicole: crude oil prices down half of 1%. still about $50. 51.01. up 57 cents. lauren: verizon, big warning flag to yahoo signaling, demand to renegotiate $4.8 billion deal following massive customer data breach. move onto face the chicago cubs in the nlcs and football despite late game turnovers, san diego chargers beat back the denver broncos. lauren: it's friday october 14th, 0:51 in the morning. welcome to fbn:am, first look at
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morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: we begin with this breaking news this morning, a computer system issue at united airlines causing worldwide flight delays. the airline's website and app were temporarily down. the company reportedly experiencing problem with wait reporting system last night, the united airlines company saying that the issue has been resolved. any delayed flights are now resuming. the company has not said how many flights were affected. we will continue to monitor this situation. >> also breaking this morning, fox news poll finds hillary clinton widening lead over donald trump in the four-way race. trump 38%. gary johnson is at 1%, jill stein at 3%. now, in a two-way matchup, clinton does even better, 49% support. trump gets 41%. this poll conducted after sunday's second presidential
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debates. nicole: 14% say trump respects women a lot while 44% says not at all. make sure tune in to fox business, we have special coverage on that debate, october 19th, it will start with maria bartiromo at 6:00 p.m. eastern time followed by lou dobbs at 7:00 and niel cavuto from 8:00 p.m. to midnight. lauren: donald trump speaks against accusations against him. >> and the maybe -- mainstream media they control and use quite viciously. lauren: more than 10,000 people packed in an what arena last night. early voting in that state began
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wednesday. nbc polls says that donald trump is leading by 1 point in ohio. former president bill clinton, hillary's husband scheduled to campaign for his wife in the buck eye state today. nicole: hillary clinton has said she does not recall ordering emails to be deleted from her personal server in a sworn testimony. the testimony obtained by judicial watch made public this yesterday after the federal judge ordered the former secretary of state to turn over written responses to questions about her private e-mail server. clinton object today all or part of 18 to 25 questions and she also used variation of i do not recall at least 21 times in that testimony. lauren: new emails published showed clinton try today move january to february to stop momentum.
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there are lot more revelations from the leaked emails. blake berman is going to tell us about them right now from washington. blake: 2,000 more new emails to the wikileaks released files. one e-mail dated from 2012 shows someone with a clinton foundation e-mail average writer, wants to bill clinton a 1 million-dollar birthday gift. saying a qatary would present one million dollar check that promised for wgc's birthday for 2011. it's unclear it was given or cashed. she never sent or received classified material. campaign spokesman bryan fallon writing, quote, no such material exists.
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it could be said that she misclassified info. we need to made clarify to mean that it is fine to perform redactions today but in doing so it doesn't mean that the material was classified at the time it was sent. clinton, of course, now says she never sent nor received material that was marked classified at the time. additionally thousands of documents released earlier this week appear to show what were later identified by the speaker bureau as, quote, speech flags from her paid speeches including to wall street firms. in one occasion clinton said at a goldman sachs that the blame bankers took for the financial meltdown was misunderstood and politicized. clinton, of course, has had much tougher talk for wall street for months out on the campaign trail. back to you in new york. lauren: she has. thank you so much, blake berman. another e-mail shows that hillary clinton said the u.s. would ring china with a missile defense system if the chinese government fail today curve
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investigator korea's nuclear program. nicole: tensions rising in the red sea, iran is deploying two warships after yemen after the military carried out an air strike against iran by houthis rebels. >> these strikes came from houthi-controlled territory. they pose a threat to u.s. warships operating in the red sea and we don't take that threat likely so we responded. nicole: air strike marks direct dwo. in the yemen civil war which is a proxy fight between saudi arabia and iran. >> let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. the board is green, the shanghai composite in china gaining ten of 1% and nikkei in japan half
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of pun cer pent and in hang seng 1.9% and kospi advancing by one-third of one percent. nicole: today we are seeing inflation numbers which are reassuring in china. taking a look at what's going on in china. the london ftse up and the dax up of lows of 1.1%. lauren: it's been a tough week for global equities and here in the u.s. all three major averages down for the second week in a row. some relief this morning. 25-point jump at the open. s&p futures up by 3 and nasdaq gaining 6.
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that would be a significant rebound from the summer low that we saw and tbod news for retailers as holiday shopping season is right around the corner. nicole: wells fargo will take center stage. also due out citigroup was expected third-quarterly decline in earnings and analysis will look for growth and in credit card partnership with cosk coa. bringing it onto jpmorgan. bank expected to pose profits of 1.39. analysts expect profits to be lower as the bank operates inre.
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lauren: massive data breach that yahoo revealed last month is giving second thoughts to buy company. breach occurred two weeks ago. as of now, it is expect today close by the end of march. nicole: here is a look at some of the headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal. airlines are tracking risks from electronic devices. carriers are adding training in stocks planes with fire contain ment to combat mobile devices on flights. the con seemer lending platform known as marcus went live for the first time yesterday allowing regular americans to borrow from the wall street power house and pintrist can
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compete with twitter. 150million users worldwide. san francisco start-up has increased users by half since september of last year. lauren: coming up, why is the fear of a hillary clinton presidency sending gun sales to the roof, gun sales and background checks hitting an all-time high. >> certainly political events can become catalyst particularly when we talk about grun control and ramifications on this election as far as supreme court appointments. lauren: jeff flock has the story of the smoking sales for firearms and hurricane nicole hits bermuda with 120 per mile winds. janice dean is tracking the storm for us. rough week for stocks. dow futures up by 27 points, nasdaq futures up by 7. s&p futures gaining 3 points this morning.
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we are watching the price of oil. it moved higher after energy report yesterday showing a big draw and with that stock came off their lows, oil today $51. up 1.1%. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news
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lauren: happy friday. united airlines are dealing with unhappy travelers this morning. a computer grich caused flight delays around the world crowding airports with disgruntled passengers. the airlines says the problem has been fixed. not good ahead of the weekend. new fox news poll finds hillary clinton increasing her lead over donald trump in the four-way race. clinton has 45% support, trump 38%, gary johnson and jill stein both in single digits n. the two-way matchup cleanish 49%.
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this poll conducted after sunday's fiery presidential debate. verizon is considering deal with yahoo, verizon's top lawyer the recently disclosed data breach could have materially impacted the value of yahoo. he says verizon may reopen negotiations unless yahoo proof that nothing has changed. let's check on futures. dow up 29 points this morning. everybody is waiting for what janet yellen has to say this afternoon and retail sales before it open. nicole: no doubt. gun sales are hot as a pistol right now. background checks for gun purchases are at an all-time rise and have risen for the past 27 months in a row, the move as president hillary clinton will try cut back on gun availability.
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our own jeff flock has details from a gun range in illinois that soldout of annual memberships because of all the demand that has increased. jeff: lauren and nicole we are at a gun range up by chicago. the range at 355. southwest corner in chicago. you can see here, a range with annual memberships. the men are shooting 22 caliber handguns. this is pete negro, partnership in this range. you opened this in february. >> we have, there's increased interest in firearms and shooting right now. >> we look at the numbers. it was 1.9 million background checks and every time a person
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buys a gun there's a background check, that's sort of how we track these things. huge increase and it's 15 straight months of increase. >> correct. they could be buying multiple guns off that one background check as well. jeff: this presidential race has sparked interest in guns. >> certainly political events can become catalyst particularly when we talk about gun control and there's a lot of ramifications from this election as far as supreme court appointments. jeff: you have people in the middle of the week, it's the middle of the day shooting and you got a packed house. >> yeah, we have a great group of customers that come in. we are busy from morning until evening. jeff: quite an experience.
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lauren and nicole, back to you. >> thank you, jeff flock. lauren: coming up opening. a world of international gangsters, drug cartels and government agents who are all trying to take him down. >> if you go back this road, we can't go back. some of my clients are dangerous. >> why would your clients follow you, you're an accountant? lauren: los angeles chew through washington nationals and move onto chicago cubs in the nlcs. in football despite late-game terms the denver broncos, we are going to have highlights but right now you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news, keep it here
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nicole: welcome back, now let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports. los angeles dodgers are going to the national league championship series. they beat the nationals at a game that lasted more than four hours with only one day rest clayton kershaw. big night for quarterback rivers, he becomes san diego chargers all-time leading passer
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as they beat the broncos last night. 21-13. it was the chargers first against afc opponent in two years. lebron james has accomplished everything everything on basketball court and now he says he's ready for another challenge. he wants to earn college degree. he will pursue his diploma. register at the university and will study world history. james made jump from high school straight to the nba in 2003 and we all understand why. lauren: i love that story. to the weather now. hurricane nicole barreling through bermuda and dangers storm surges. the flooding from hurricane matthew still ravaging north carolina as the state deals with a death toll climbed to 22. fox senior meteorologist janice dean tracking it all. she's here friday morning with
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the very latest. hi, janice, good morning. janice: hurricane nicole, still watching it. carried a punch to bermuda and hopefully people are safe, category 3 hurricane when it went over bermuda. eye of the storm, quietest part moving across the island nation. beautiful area. we are still dealing with it. 85-miles-per-hour sustained winds. it's moving away from land. it's a fish storm so people are cleaning up after, nicole. we could see hurricane force winds along the northwest down towards northern california as this storm system moves inland, one today and then one on the weekend. we are getting into that time of year where we see winds pushing in. hurricane-force winds across big portion of the northwest. there's the first storm system moving in and the next one comes
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on saturday behind that another one. so this is going to mean heavy rainfall and in some cases close to 2 feet of rain. snow in the highers elevations and those gusty winds. that's what we are going to be covering today along with nicole and the aftermath of matthew. nicole: thanks, janice, a new fox poll shows hillary clinton growing her lead over donald trump while trump campaigns clinton and the mainstream media. >> i gave a speech today on the lies, corruptions, false accusations of the crooked hillary clinton campaign. nicole: we will have the very latest from the campaign trail. and how will the banks do? how will that play out in the big-bank earnings, all the results from wells fargo, citigroup, jp morgan. we will tell you what to expect. let's check out u.s. stock market futures. we are down 144 points this week. right now we are seeing dow
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futures up 49 points at this time. s&p futures up 6, nasdaq futures up 13. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news
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lauren: braking news this morning hundreds of united airlines flights delayed because of computer glitch, we will have the latest on that situation. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. hillary clinton's lead over donald trump has been growing meanwhile donald trump steps up attacks on campaign and mainstream media. lauren: in the market stock prices recovered yesterday. investors today waiting for big-bank earnings and retail sales and speech from fed chair janet yellen. let's check in ahead of all of that on how stack market futures are shaping up.
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nicole: in asia choppy trading. right now a mix back there. lauren: today up $51 a barrel. nicole: verizon waves a big warning flag signaling it may demand to buy yahoo following massive customer data breach. lauren: dodgers move onto face chicago cubs ncls. we are going to have those highlights. nicole: friday morning, october 14th, we welcome you to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's market, latest breaking news. lauren: half way through october already. we do have breaking news for you
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this morning. a computer system issue at united airlines and has caused worldwide flight delays, the website and app were temporarily down. company reportedly experienced a problem with its weight reporting system last night. united airlines this morning says the issue was resolved and any delay flights are now resuming. we are going to continue to monitor the situation for you because as you know, this thing kind of just barrels. nick -- nicole: hillary clinton widens lead. donald trump 38%, gary johnson still at 7% and jill stein at 3%. in a two-way match-up clinton does even better.
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poll conducted after sunday's second presidential debate. lauren: 14% say donald trump does respect women, quote, a lot, while 44% say, quote, not at all. they prepare for final presidential debate, make sure to tune in to fox business of our special coverage of that debate. it's on wednesday october 19th moderated by fox's chris wallace and start with maria bartiromo at 6:00 p.m. eastern time and followed by lou dobbs at 7:00 and niel cavuto takes you from 8:00 to midnight. nicole: looking forward. >> i gave a speech on lies, corruptions and accusations of the crooked hillary clinton campaign. and the mainstream media which
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they control and use quite viciously. nicole: more than 10,000 people packed in an arena in cincinnati ohio, early voting begin on wednesday in that state and wall street journal nbc poll says that donald trump is leading hillary clinton by 1 point in ohio. former president clinton is scheduled to campaign for his wife in the buck-eye state today. lauren: hillary clinton has said she does not recall ordering e-mails to be deleted in sworn testimony. that testimony obtained by conservative watch. judicial watch was made public available yesterday. clinton objected to all or part of 18 of the 25 questions. she used variation of does not recall, at least 21 times in that testimony.
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some new emails showed the clinton campaign tried to move the primary from march to april to stop possible gop momentum. an e-mail says the obama administration officials should use connection in the president's home state to try to push back that primary and there are a lot of more revelation from leaked emails. or own blake berman has the latest from washington. blake: add nearly 2,000 more emails to wikileaks. wants to give bill clinton a million dollar birthday gift. wjc for five minutes to present one million dollar check. that promised for wjc's birthday. it's unclear whether the check was given or even cashed. the emails show hillary clinton's campaign seem grappling in august of 2015 of
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how to fine-tune clinton's position that she never sent or received classified material. campaign spokesman writing, our position is that no such material exists. it could be said she mishandled classified info. we need to clarify to mean that it is fine to perform redactions today, but in doing so it doesn't mean that the material was classified at the time it was sent. clinton, of course, now says she never sent nor received material that was marked classified at the time. additionally thousands of documents released which would show later identified as speaker's bureau as speech flags from her paid speeches include to go wall street firms. in one occasion clinton said at a goldman sachs that the blamed bankers took for the financial meltdown was misunderstood and politicized. clinton, of course, has had tougher talk for wall street for
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months out in the campaign trail. back to you in new york. nicole: thank you, blake berman. another e-mail shows that clinton said the u.s. would rain china with missile defense system if the chinese government failed to curve north korea. lauren: federal investigators are looking if money for the malaysian businessman who later arranged a visit. investigators believe that $10 million was sent to that businessman who also raised funds for president obama and hillary clinton. the fund scandal was linked to hollywood studio as well as high-end u.s. real estate company. nicole: let's get you caught up on the global action overnight. shanghai composite up one tenth of one percent. we did get inflation numbers from china and so that was
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actually better. that comes on the heels of yesterday's weak trade data. nikkei up a half percent. lauren: let's see how european stocks are trading this morning. the ftse in london 52 points, the cac in paris up 70, dax in germany up 145 points and percentage basis and the cac is doing best there of 1.6%. nicole: we are or the track for the worst week that we have see for the dow, nasdaq and s&p. today we are seeing up arrows that could help things along. dow futures this morning up 46, s&p up 6, retail sales. janet yellen is speaking, just to name some and a slew of bank earnings to follow. lauren: oil prices rose yesterday for the first time in three days, they are up again this morning just shy of 51 bucks a barrel. 50.96, up 1% and gold down fractionally 12.57 a troy ounce. nicole: another member of the federal reserve is ready to
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interest rates. he would like to see one by the end of the year but still has concerns about the economy. our own peter barnes has more. peter: well, here at the federal reserve bank of philadelphia president says he supports raise a quarter of a point as soon as the fed's next policy meeting in november. >> i was supportive in november of a rate move and i'm still supportive by the end of the year having one rate move for a couple of reasons. one the labor market as you mentioned continues to strob strong, some say 150ish thousand jobs is not strong enough but well enough to maintain employment rate at or near natural rate. second, we are seeing sign of wage increase, core pce starting to move toward 2% so i'm supportive of a rate move this year.
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markets expect a fed rate increase up again of a quarter of a point at least by that meeting in december. parker says he supports the forecast of possibly two more rate hikes in 2017. back to you in new york. nicole: peter barnes, thank you. fed janet yellen to deliver speech, we certainly will be monitoring for any clues on future of rates and about 66% for december rate hike. the big banks, wells fargo, citigroup, jpmorgan all report third-quarter reports today. the focus will be on how the new management handles the earnings conference call and how they address the consumer sales scandal. also due citigroup expected to pose a third-straight decline in quarterly earnings.
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stronger growth in its credit card business thanks to new partnership with cosco. city expected to earn a dollar 16 a share. lower than a year ago as it operates in low-interest rate environment but jp morgan may see benefits as well. customers leave wells fargo because of the sales scandal and they open new accounts at jpmorgan chase. we will see. we are watching it. nicole: massive data breach of yahoo last month is giving verizon second thoughts of buying that company. verizon top lawyer said it's reasonable to believe that the breach may have impact on yahoo's value. burden on yahoo to prove that it has not happened. the breach occurred two years ago but discovered after $4.08 deal was signed in july. as of now it's expected to close by the end of march. lauren: we will see. coming up. why is the fear of hillary clinton presidency sending gun
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sales through the roof? gun sales and background checks hitting an all-time high? jeff flock has more. >> for you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news
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nicole: good morning to you, 5:45 here in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. united airlines is dealing with a lot of unhappy travelers this morning. a computer glitch caused delays and airline says the problem has been fixed and scrambling to get customers to destinations. a fox news poll finds hillary clinton leading donald trump. gary johnson and al jill stein both in single digits. in a two-way match-up, clinton has 49%.
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poll conducted after sunday's presidential debate. verizon is reconsidering its deal with yahoo. verizon's top lawyer the data breach could have materially impacted yahoo's value. he says verizon may reopen negotiations unless yahoo proves nothing has changed. e-mail accounts occurred two years ago but was discovered after $4.08 deal was signed in july. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures. we have a down week this week. dow are higher by 66. s&p futures up 8. we are waiting on bank earnings, fed chair janet yellen speaking today just to name a few things on the docket. and retail sales. lauren: look at that. busy friday ahead. gun sales, they are hot as a pistol right now. they are at an all-time high and risen for 17 months in a row and move is because as president
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hillary clinton will cut back on gun availability. jeff: lauren and nicole, we are at a gun range out by chicago. it's called the range at 355 on the southwest of chicago. perhaps you can see here, this is a range has annual memberships because of increase of gun sales. they are shooting 22 caliber handguns. you saw an ar-15 here. this is pete, you opened this in february. >> we have. there's increased interest in firearm and shooting right now. jeff: 1.9 million backed -- background check.
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that's how we track these things. huge increase and 15 straight months of increase. >> yeah, correct. they could be buying multiple off that one background checks. jeff: more than that? >> that's correct. jeff: this presidential race has sparked interest? >> certainly political events can become catalyst particularly when we talk about gun control and a lot of ramifications of this election as far as supreme court appointments. jeff: as i said, you have people in the middle of the week, it's the middle of the day, you got a packed house. >> yeah, we have a great group of customers that come in. we are busy from morning until evening. jeff: quite an experience in the suburbs of chicago. lauren and nicole, thank you.
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>> drug cartels, arms brokers, imagine the secrets this guy has. >> who are you? nicole: war ner brothers, the
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accountant starring ben affleck. affleck plays with high-functioning autism who handles the book for criminal organizations in the world. the film is expected to earn 15 to $20 million in opening weekend. lauren: la dodgers are going to the national league series, they beat washington nationals in a tense game five that lasted more than four hours. with more than one day rest clay kershaw and pitching on one day's rest only hours before his manager said he would not pitch. the dodgers now head to chicago where they will meat in a 7-game series. all starts saturday. in football big night for rivers, he becomes the all-time leading passer as his team beats the denver broncos, last night the score 21-136789 first win in
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afc west opponent in two years. lebron james has accomplished virtually everything on a basketball and now he says he's ready for another challenge and that is earning his college degree the ceefland cavaliers -- cleveland, james made the jump from high school to the nba in 2003. nicole: he had to go. bringing on 120-miles-per-hour winds. matthew as the death toll climbs there. fox meteorologist janice dean. janice: this is hurricane nicole
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after making landfall as category 3 storm yesterday. still a hurricane but moving off into the at landic not going to affect anyone. hurricane matthew brought inches of rainfall for at least three states, over 15-inches of rain and north carolina still dealing with a flood emergency, the good news is we don't have a lot of rainfall in the forecast. that's going to help recovery efforts. now, twoa have a potential for a few storm systems to impact the northwest and northern california. this is the type of year where we typically see the pacific storms move in with hurricane force winds and heavy rain upwards of 20-inches in some regions and some snow for the highers of elevations. we are getting into that season. we are going to talk more snow, ladies. back to you. lauren: i think i can handle a little bit of snow. happy weekend, janice. janice: you too, ladies. lauren: mcdonalds special sauce
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for a big mac, to sell bottles of the sauce. it was so popular and sold out so fast and you saw in ebay was selling for thousands of dollars. nicole: secret sauce. coming back we will hand it over to mornings with maria. keep it right here
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lauren: thank you, have a great weekend. nicole: we say good morning to you maria bartiromo. maria: good morning, everybody, happy friday, i'm maria bartiromo, it is friday october 14th, 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. donald trump hitting hillary clinton on the latest round of wikileaks emails and first lady michelle obama slams trumps about his comments about women. >> to dismiss this as everyday locker room talk is an insult to decent men everywhere. the men that you and i know don't treat women this way. >> the hillary clinton documents released by wikileaks just a little while ago make it more clear than ever just how much is at stake on november 8th. the corruption of the clintons knows no limits. maria: meanwhile new fox new polls show hillary clinton extending lead over donald trump

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