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ow me house of cards. finally, you can now find all of netflix in the same place as all your other entertainment. on xfinity x1. lauren: breaking news this morning. sam sat makes its biggest acquisition history pick this up when smartphone maker brian herman and in a million dollars while the breaking details for you. happy monday. i am lauren simonetti appeared nicole: happy monday. i am nicole petallides. donald trump with this first as president elected to protest over his election win in a shocking flag to not take a salary as our president.
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lauren: donald trump announcing to key positions as they learn who will lead his white house bid nicole: stocks are set to extend the rally after the data set another record close on friday. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures this morning. but there is once again. dow futures up 100 points. that's up half a percent and getting more than seven. the japan's nikkei index jumping 2% on the data from the country. lauren: -- nicole: 4324-barrel. >> facebook with the social media site did not influence the presidential election. it should not be a completely responsible for fake news. nicole: in sports, a thrilling super bowl rematch between the seahawks and the patriots.
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plus, dallas cowboys pull off a dramatic winner for the pittsburgh dealers. all sunday nfl highlights for you. lauren: 5:01 a.m. in new york if it is november 14th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first circuit today's markets in the latest breaking news. nicole: samsung electronics by inherent international for a day dollars all cash. samsung's biggest overseas acquisition never tries to find new areas of growth that a smartphones. highs around 30,000 employees. samsung says it will operate armistice subsidiary and will continue to be led its current ceo. nicole: president-elect donald trump naming committee chair reince priebus as white house chief of staff. 44-year-old had been the rnc chairman vince tony levin. trump also pitched in his executive stephen bennett as his
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chief strategist at senior counsel. the president-elect saying in a statement steve and the senate are highly qualified and led us to minister victory. lauren: -- nicole: donald trump an interview with 60 minute. >> you have to be given a little time. if hillary had won and if my people when i'm in protest at from everybody would say that's a terrible thing. it would have been a much different attitude. there is a double standard here. nicole: trump gave more details about his stance on immigration. >> what we are going to do is get to the people in the criminal records, gang members, drug dealers. a lot of these people couldn't even be 3 million.
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lauren: here's a shocker as for taking home a salary as commander-in-chief. >> are you going to take the president's salary? >> i've never commented that the answer is no. i have to by law take 1 dollar so i'll take 1 dollar a year. i don't even know what it is. what is the salary? >> $400,000. >> i'm not taking it. that's a donald trump had to say in the meantime. some of the protest extended for the fifth night in several major cities including right here in new york city and manhattan. in los angeles and portland, oregon. lauren: president obama holding a press conference before departing to greece. the president will hold a conference call with democrats today. dems trying to reorganize the party after their painful loss in the general election.
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lauren: hillary clinton to make separate conference calls with house and senate democrats today. president obama's press conference scheduled at 3:15 p.m. eastern today. live coverage right here on the front business network. true to how a trump administration affect the banking and in industry. reporter: and stocks have soared since the election of dental trump wants to repeal and replace president upon the signature financial regulation loss in 2010. mr. trump's transition went site says dodd-frank contributed to slow economic growth making it harder for consumers and businesses to get loans. the dodd-frank economy does not work for working people. bureaucratic red tape in washington mandates are not the answer. mr. trounced republican allies in congress are ready to move in that he won his name is floated for treasury secretary. >> legislation and i've had a chance to brief president electron bonds fell president electron funds filamentous and legislation to effectively repeal and replace dodd-frank
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and i hope i can help the president is chairman of the house financial services committee. if they're interested in talking about something else i will certainly answer. >> is trumped by the republican party try to turn those debates ensign financial institutions so they can want again gamble with our economy and bring it all crashing down, we will fight them every step of the way. >> and should not pull out the champagne yet in october the repeal of the glass-steagall? that forced big thanks to break up after the depression by spending off the investment banking operations. mr. trump said he supports the 21st century version of glass-steagall. back to you in new york. lauren: good to point out. tough news right now. two people died after a powerful earthquake struck new zealand
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yesterday. the 7.9 magnitude quake damage in the capital wellington more than 120 miles to the north. the earthquake remained many people in the devastating 2011 earthquake hit that when killed 185 people. a resident described what happened. >> this is getting serious. a continued on and on. it got quite concerning. nicole: strong aftershocks continued. urging people to downtown area to stay home if they assess the damage. lauren: british pop legend stan marking the reopening of terraces concert hall. this comes one year after isis terrorists killed 90 people at the venue during the eagles of death metal concert. the lead singer denies being refused entry into the venue for
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the anniversary concert over the weekend. jesse he is saying he was only hanging around outside the venue had never tried to get into the show. the codirector claimed she refused entry to hughes that the reopening concert during an interview with sbs kennedy back in march whose criticized the security. >> i walk past the duty was supposed to be the security guard for backstage. he didn't even look at me. i said who's that guy went up at another dude on them. he said some of the other cards aren't here yet. eventually i found that six or show didn't show up at all. nicole: hughes later apologize for making baseless suggestions. lauren: and a share, a mixed bag with the nikkei and japan's surging 1.7% third-quarter gdp data better than expected. china's shanghai composite gaining half a 1%. red arrows for the hang seng in hong kong 1.4% and the cost and
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south korea down half of 1%. trade to stop there. after a great week on wall street. the london for the up 1.1%. cac in france of one and a quarter% in the german dax 1%. lauren: the dow gains 959 points last week. the biggest point gain ever percentagewise begin ever percentagewise begin a 5.4%. best week in five years that this monday morning set to rally once again. dow futures up 100 points. s&p futures tacking on eight points a third of 1%. nasdaq up 16 points. nicole: will likely see another record today. commodities as oil pulls back 4333 a barrel. gold gained three docs. lauren: the dollar trading against key currencies. the euro, pound, canadian peso while dunn versus the dollar
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today. nicole: taking up the 10 year treasury yield right now. 2.23%. lauren: more potential trouble for volkswagen. investigators now looking into carbon dioxide emission levels in certain audi vehicles. volkswagen is the parent company of body. the investigation focuses on white audi engineered the great engineered automatic transmissions aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions are endowed to us. allow higher ambitions during a normal road use. this comes after last year's emissions cheating scandal have volkswagen diesel powered cars pretty hard. >> mark stucker burke continue to defend facebook against charges of influence the election. taking a census of media sacred during the campaign spreading lies and misinformation. over the weekend he used his facebook page to say in less than 1% of facebook content is
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fake and that across party lines. mark zuckerberg said facebook is developing tools to reduce fake news on the site but that its responsibility should be somewhat limited. nicole: the donald trump victory in republican retention of both the house and senate has left the democrats in bad shape. >> the democrats in the last figures have been solely focused on building a structure and mechanism to elect secretary clinton. they killed the party and they need to take responsibility now. lauren: a report from james rosen on what the democratic party goes from here. let's check in on stock index futures rising to new records. the dow futures up on a three com s&p nine points this morning. let's take a look at oil. on friday all on friday opec said october output had a record. prices fall back almost 3% then. they are down again today another .2%. $43.33 a barrel.
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they are playing catch-up with their rival applecart and 40 automakers use the applecart technology. in politics the donald trump it are in the republican retention about the house and senate have left the democrats in bad shape your sensei. some say what the worst shape since the civil war. james rosen -- james risen, and somehow we got here now. be that we will have some wonderful news for the american people tonight. perhaps some surprises to send a few. now is nancy pelosi surveys the landscape the house minority leader sees republicans controlling the white house, senate and beloved house. republicans picked up three governors seats provide 34 and 50 and two mars legislators. >> this is the bush shape our party has been in since reconstruction 1920s or before the 1870s. we lost across the board very
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progressive people. we lost moderates. we left everybody. >> a quadrennial exercise for the party that loses the presidential election in the political wilderness to chart a path back to power. four years ago was the republicans turn. >> our message was sweet. paragraph game is insufficient. we weren't inclusive. traded democrats looking for a digital data and ground game and navigate tensions in the liberal mind personified by bernie sanders and the more conservative and corporate segments of leadership to back hillary clinton. >> this is a democratic party that clinton's bill. it has raised more money than ever and it has lost over a thousand feet. that is because the democratic party in the last eight years has been solely focused on building a structured mechanism to elect secretary clinton. they killed the party and they need to take responsibility now. >> somehow big diagnosing these problems for two years.
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>> the people could always count on the democratic party to be talking about those issues, economic fairness issues particularly. it's kind of up for grabs these days. the democratic party needs to get back on that message. >> democrats must produce no young charismatic figures the way bach obama did eight years ago. the problem is exacerbated by dwindling influence in governor mansions and state houses. >> not only ever having to sit at the table because we are losing at the state level, but we are also not necessarily prepared to have a younger candidate and assist them to move up through the ranks. >> the generation gap is evident in the party's leadership meant to close the set to turn 77 in a few is expected to run for reelection as minority leader. and a letter to her to her as she called as he sat in trying
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week for all of us. more inimical. nicole: james rosen, thank you so much. and sports, a thrilling super bowl rematch between the seattle seahawks and the new england patriots. dallas cowboys throw up a dramatic win over the pittsburgh steelers. all the nfl highlights and at the weekend box office. >> on the dark side. nicole: marbles dr. strange remains on top. we'll have all the box office winners for you. what a week it was last week. record the dow had its best week ever in point terms because it's almost a dozen point came last week. this morning again at 94 for the dow futures. s&p futures update. nasdaq futures can import team. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: dr. strange, number one at the box office. how the top spot taken and $43 million bringing its domestic take so far to 153 million. but the cover rest of the movie state your trolls hang onto the second second place out of $35 million bringing its total to shape an hundred million hundred million rounding out the top five in third place $24 million. almost christmas poulsen for it. and not get syntax are bridge coming in number five adding another $10.7 million. per into the latest on the world of sports. super bowl 49th to train the seattle seahawks in new england patriot act. quarterback that has seen 331-24 win. the 340 yards and three touchdowns. this time it was the seahawks at the goal line. they stop the patriots on the final drive of the game. tom brady finished the game
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23-32 for 316 yards and a touchdown. a wild final two minutes of a game between the dallas cowboys and pittsburgh steelers have just 43 seconds remaining. steelers quarterback dan roethlisberger hit antonio brown for a touchdown. seconds later the cowboys rookie running back ezekiel eliot bursts are able for 32-yard game-winning score. how frantic was this game? the lead changed hands three times in the final two minutes. the cowboys have now won eight in a row. turning to basketball, the cavaliers had done something no other team has done before. last night they had forward to raise. 493 or whenever the charlotte hornets. that made the cat's first team to have at least 10 threes in the first nine games. lebron james led the way with 19 points. >> coming up, donald trump to
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reassure divided america in his first television interview as president-elect. >> i'm saying it and i've been saying it. don't be afraid. we are going to bring our country back. they certainly don't be afraid. lauren: take a look at who will lead the trump white house. since i make in a drive for control of the car. the south korean smartphone maker by newest auto part supplier. let's check in on stock index futures after a major rally last week. the dow pushing the records today. s&p futures nicole petallides, nasdaq futures up 15-point this monday morning. oil prices giving back another 18 cents at $43.23 a barrel as the u.s. dollar strengthens in the u.s. rises. plenty of oil. you are watching "fbn:am," your first select at morning markets
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two key positions as the man who will lead his white house and we'll have all those details. lauren: stocks set to extend last week's rally after the dataset another record back on friday. futures ahead of the opening bell all the dow futures 93, s&p up seven. nasdaq and 13. nicole: a geisha stunt end up somewhat thanks to the nikkei 2% on stronger than expected economic data. lauren: oil prices under pressure as the u.s. dollar hit the nine-month high. 40 $3.21 down half of 1%. nicole: facebook zuckerberg continues his play that they face the did not influence the election and should not be held completely responsible for fake news posted on the site. lauren: the thrilling super bowl rematch between the seahawks and patriots was the dallas cowboys osh are not acquainted with the pittsburgh steelers. all of your sunday nfl highlights. nicole: good morning. 5:31 a.m. in new york.
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november 14th and we welcome you to "fbn:am," their first look at what is moving in today's markets in the latest breaking news. triggering another merger to tell you about the samsung electronics buying harman international for $8 billion cash. it is samsung's weakest overseas acquisition of rsa tries to find new areas of growth outside its smartphone business. heyman based in stamford, connecticut. it will operate as a subsidiary and led by its current ceo. trying to play catch-up to apple because apple's car plate technology by 40 automakers. train to president-elect donald trump naming reince priebus as his white house chief of staff. 44-year-old reince priebus has been the rnc chairman since 2011. president-elect trump hates
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breitbart executive stephen bennett as strategist and council. the president-elect saying in a statement steve and reince priebus are highly qualified bidders who work well together on-air campaign and led us to historic victory. >> meanwhile, donald trump speaking about postelection protests against him during the interview with cbs 60 minutes. >> you have to be given a bit of time. if hillary had one end if my people when a protested, they would say that's a terrible thing. it would be a much different attitude. there's a double standard here. >> john king for details about his stance on immigration. >> what we are going to do is get to the people that are criminal, gang members, drug dealers. we have a lot of these people. probably 2 million, could even be 3 million. we're getting them out of our
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country or we're going to incarcerate. lauren: as salary for commander-in-chief. >> are you going to take the president's salary? >> have never commented on this, but the answer is no. i have to by i have to by law take $1 a year. i don't even know what it is. dean at the salary is? >> $400,000. >> i'm not going to take a salary. i'm not taking it. lauren: protests continue in several major cities right here in sls los angeles and portland, oregon. >> president obama holding a press conference before departing for his strict degrees. the white house says the president plans to hold a conference call with democratic today. democrats trying to be organized the party under new leadership after the painful loss in the general election. meanwhile, hillary clinton expected to make separate conference calls with house and
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senate democrats also today. president obama's press conference scheduled for 3:15 p.m. eastern time. we will have live coverage right here on the fox business network. >> à la trump administration affect the banking industry? peter burns takes a look. >> bank stocks have soared since the election of donald trump says he wants to repeal and replace president obama signature financial regulation off from 2010. dodd-frank continued into slow economic growth and make it harder for consumers and businesses to get loans. the economy does not work for working people in a new post. bureaucratic red tape and washington mandates are not the answer. mr. trance republican allies in congress are ready to move in putting one who stands at a floated for secretary. >> the legislation and i've had a chance to brief president-elect trump and that is our legislation to effectively repeal and replace dodd-frank.
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i hope i can help the president is chairman of the house financial services committee if they're interested in talking about something else that was certainly a fair. >> critics say not so fast. >> is trump and the republican party try to turn this debate banks and institutions so they can once again gamble with our economy and bring it all crashing down, we will fight them every step of the way. nicole: bank should not pop the champagne just yet. in october mr. trump criticize bill clinton's repeal of the classical act that forced big eggs to break up after the depression by spinning off their investment banking operations. mr. tom said he supports a 21st century version of glass-steagall. back to you in new york. lauren: peter barnes, thank you so much. tranter at least two people died after powerful earthquake struck new zealand near christchurch yesterday. 7.9 magnitude quake damage in
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more than 120 miles to the north did the earthquake reminded many people did devastating 2011 earthquake in christchurch which killed 185 people. a resident there described what happened. >> all of a sudden they started wobbling and talk more sort of intense. i went okay, this is getting serious. the continued on and on. it's sort of got quite concerning. tranter's strong aftershocks continue. officials in wellington urged people in the downtown area to stay home as they assess the damage. lauren: a concert by stigma reopening the concert hall one year after a racist terrorist killed 90 people at that venue during an eagles of death metal concert. remember that one year ago yesterday. the lead singer denies that he
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was being refused entry to the concert hall. jesse hughes said he was only hanging around outside the venue, never tried to get in. the codirector says he did refuse entry to hughes. it was during an interview with fps kennedy in march when he's criticized the security. >> i walked past that it is supposed to be the security guard for backstage. he didn't even look at me. i said he was that guy, i want, i want to put another dude on. he went some of the other cards aren't here yet. eventually i found a fix or so wouldn't show up at all. lauren: unit or apologize for making baseless suggestions. train to the global market action overnight. initiate a mixed diet. the nikkei in japan 1.7% gain better than expected economic numbers at shanghai composite index in china the path of 1%. hong kong hang seng down 1.4%.
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korea's cost begun half a percent in the news that samsung is fighting hard and here in the state for a billion dollars deal. $112 a share. a 20% premium to friday's close expected to close the deal in 2017. lauren: stocks looking better. i appears across the board. the ftse up 62 points almost 1% as the dollar strengthened in the pound we couldn't help lead the ftse 100 for sure. cacm 4848 points up 1.1%. the dax in germany gaining 90.3.9% today. train to 401(k)s and iras with the biggest point gain ever in history over 900-point for the dow last week gained by about 5.5% for the week with a new record high on friday month again and today we are seeing much of the same. the trump rally continues. dow futures of 90 points. nasdaq futures up 15.
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lauren: a check on commodities. so many pieces of news for crude traders but the theme is oversupply. opec said they had record output and not covert and increasing breakout right here in the u.s. all this does is push prices down. $43.20 a barrel. gold down not even 1 dollar today at 1223 triads. last week all of a sudden five-month low and looks like it's still there. train to more potential troubles for volkswagen. investigators looking into carbon dioxide emissions level. volkswagen is the parent company of body. an investigation focuses on the way audi engineers an automatic transmissions aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions during this lab tests that allow higher missions during normal road use. this comes after last year's emission cheating scandal had volkswagen pretty hard. nicole: first it was the
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nitrogen oxide. another carbon dioxide, a big bump for volkswagen. the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the next generation is taking on bigger roles as the battle for viacom and cbs escalating of a december. the 30-year-old grandson of shareholder reached out to viacom's embattled chief executive to begin settlement talks. donald trump's promise to revive coal could be hard to deliver. hole being displaced by natural gas says the cheaper fossil fuel for utilities. shareholders are at a two to vote tomorrow on amc entertainment's proposed purchase of carmike cinemas for $1.2 billion acquisition would make him see the largest movie chain. nicole, now, the donald trump victory retention of both the house and senate have left the democrats in some bad shape.
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>> the democrats in the last eight years have been solely focused on building is rupture mechanism to that secretary clinton. they killed the party and they need to take responsibility now. trade to a report from james rosen on what the democratic party goes from here. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures. but a rally last week the dow with its 11th height of 2016. the small -- you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ if i got to go to college, oh my goodness.
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lauren: good monday morning. 5:45 in new york. president of the donald trump's team is taking shape your national committee chair reince priebus has been named white house chief of staff. ]-right-bracket his executive stephen band will be this chief strategist and counselor. in trump's first television interview since his election big green repeated his vow to build a wall across america's southern border, but he also told cbs 60 minutes the barrier might look more like offenses certain spots.
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trump said he would not accept a salary is president. samsung is getting into the automotive parts business to the south korean smartphone maker announced by harman international for a billion dollars that is the inmates inside the major player in the world of automotive technology. let's check in right now and see how users are doing ahead of the opening bell on monday. dow futures up more than 90 points. we are continuing last week's nasdaq futures up 16 points. the poll, but what's happening now. treat your donald trump's victory in the retention of the house and senate have left democrats in bad shape. some say the worse hussein civil war. james risen reports on how the democrats got here and what happens now. >> we will have some wonderful news to the american people tonight. perhaps some surprises to some of you.
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>> palace nancy pelosi surveys the landscape from the house minority leader sees republicans controlling the white house, senate and beloved house. republicans picked up three governor seats corralling 34 of 50 in control of tumor state legislators for a total of 32 of 50. >> this is a worshiper party's been in since reconstruction in the 1920s were before the 1870s. we lost across the board. the glossary progressive people. we lost moderates. must everybody. >> soul-searching is a quadrennial exercise and a reckoning of the wilderness designed to chart a path back to power. years ago with the republicans turn. >> her message was weak. our ground game is insufficient. we weren't inclusive. >> democrats will tank with digital data and grabbed him and navigate tensions between the liberal brain personified by bernie sanders in the more conservative segments of leadership that back hillary clinton.
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>> this is a democratic party that is raised more money than fair. and it is lost over a thousand seats. that is because the democratic party in the last eight years has been solely focused on building a structure and mechanism to let secretary clinton. they killed the party and the need to take responsibility. >> some have been diagnosing problems for two years. >> the people who have no voice could always count on the democratic party to be talking about those issues, economic fairness issues protect really. it is kind of up for grabs these days. the democratic readiness to get back on the message. >> democrats must address the generation gap that produced no young charismatic figures to challenge mrs. clinton the way barack obama did eight years ago. the problems exacerbated by democrats dwindling influence in governor's mansions and state houses. >> not only ever not having to sit at the table because of
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redistricting because we are losing at the state level, but we are also not necessarily prepared to have a younger candidate in the face and to move up through the ranks. >> the generation gap is also evident to the leadership. nancy pelosi sent to turn 77 and if you expected to run as minority leader in a letter to her as she called this a very sad in trying week for all of us. lauren and nicole. nicole: the thrilling super bowl rematch between the seahawks and new england patriots plus the dallas cowboys. they pull off a dramatic win over the pittsburgh steelers. we'll have all of the highlights . dozens of wildfires continued to rage across the south. we will have the in a live report. fox news senior meteorologist janice dean. stock index futures. can you say more records because futures with 91 points and s&p
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nicole: 553 and the east coast. the latest in sports. the thrilling super bowl rematch between the seattle seahawks. russell wilson led his team to a
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aired in 124 win. he completed 25 of 37 passes for 348 yards and three touchdowns. this time the seahawks had a goal line stands. they passed on the final drive of the game. tom brady finished the game 23-32 with no touchdowns. a wild final two minutes in the game between the dallas cowboys and the pittsburgh steelers with 43 seconds on the clock. then ross was burger faked a site can hit antonio brown for a touchdown. seconds later running back ezekiel eliot through a hole for his 32-yard game-winning score. check that out. how frantic was a game? the lead changed hands three times in the final two minutes. the cowboys have now won eight in a row. to basketball. the cleveland cavaliers said something no other team had done. fourteenth reason the 100-93 win
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over the charlotte hornets. the first team to have at least the first nine games. lebron james led the way with a team point. trade to the wildfires continued to rage on in the south had dozens of firefighters and tennessee to north carolina for working around the clock trying to put out the fires. heavy smoke and some of the areas prompting officials to the urge residents to wear masks if they have to venture outside. when georgia resident said it's a scary situation. >> is stifling, hard to breathe. there is ashes falling. nicole: making matters worse is that much of the region is in a severe drought and dry conditions are expected to continue into next week. lauren: before you head out the door, look at your money for a
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cost. fox senior meteorologist janice dean tells all about it. reporter: did you know we have a superman happening right now? a live picture from fox. there is superman. the moon's orbit is not a perfect circle. sometimes it gets a little bit closer to the earth and that is what is happening right now because of coinciding with the full moon and that is why we call it a superman. this superman is the closest it has been to the u.s. or rather the earth since 1948. it appears wider and brighter. it is a very special morning. you should be able to see it. if you live across the central u.s. but cannot cloud cover across the mid-atlantic as most parts of the upper midwest. get out and do it soon. the sun is going to be coming out. current temperatures across the northeast. 42 in chicago.
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the big story here is the extreme warm temperatures for much of the central u.s. watching potential for some rain across the southeast, mid-atlantic, and northwest in the gulf coast. happy superman. back to you. lauren: want to run outside the studio so i can see it. nicole: everybody knew to be outside in four-minute. lauren: thanks, janice. great to have you. nicole: we will hand it over to "mornings with maria." stay with us. whythen get worse?nks taste chalky? introducing protein shots from 5-hour energy. protein shots from 5-hour energy are smooth and tasty, and still deliver 21 grams of protein with 100 calories. they're great for workouts, no matter how you work out...
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nicole: thanks for watching fbn:am. lauren: right now we toss it over to mornings with maria. maria: hi, everybody. happy monday. it is monday november 14th, top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. merger monday on wall street this morning. samsung acquiring harman in 8 million-dollar tale, major player in auto space. in politics president elect donald trump administration start to go take shape. he named reince priebus chief of staff. mr. trump sitting for first interview telling americans he's ready to be in charge. >> are you in any way intim at a timed, scared about thno

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