nicole: u.s. stocks coming off a record week last week gave the third straight week of gains at the dow up 60 points on friday. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell and a little bit of pullback right now. s&p futures and seven. fox news contributor gary cal on the record rally continues into next year. lauren: japanese stocks snapped a seven-game winning streak if
they make a pulling back with our pairs for the rest of the game. nicole: oil prices amid sunset. opec members poetry at the end of this week 4614 a barrel. lauren: the yield is tied to mortgage rates in your scene 2.32%. nicole: cybermonday means 122 million of us are actively shop online to skip the latest bargains. 1 million more than last year. lauren: sansone agreed to split the come again to get the latest on that and nicole: denver broncos on the lead and lose to the kansas city chiefs in overtime to lauren: 5:01 this morning. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is missing in
today's markets in the latest breaking news. nicole: the fragile choice between president-elect donald trump and hillary clinton. trump taken to twitter after the recount effort by green party candidate jill stein. trump say in addition to winning the electoral college amendment by, i won the popular vote if you deduct millions of people who voted illegally. no evidence of any voter fraud in the election. meanwhile, reince priebus can trump's in-house chief of staff criticize clinton's campaign for joining the recount effort. >> is a total and complete hypocritical joke that the group of people that thought they were nervous about president-elect trump not conceding rdp will conduct a recount in states where we won by over $68,000. the american people know this is a waste of everyone's time and money. trade to bernie sanders also weighing in on the recount
effort. >> is not a big deal. i don't think anybody in the secretary clinton or anybody thinks they will be profound changes. the focus right now have got to be doing everything we can to address the real issues facing the working families of this country. nicole: wisconsin election officials about as a possible timeline for a recount there. sentence request we can in michigan. clinton lost a trump in all three states. lauren: donald trump's transition team says the president-elect will meet with candidates as he continues to his cap. an internal tug-of-war is to lengthen key pics among them whether to name the new secretary of state for former massachusetts governor and 2012 nominee critical of trump's character and qualifications during campaigning. kellyanne conway stepping up her public attacks against mitt romney. >> i think there is a never
trump movement and governor romney. you anonymously to her donald trump. he gave two speeches i can recall and they were both about donald trump. lauren: she will support whoever esump chooses to be secretary of include new york city mayor rudy giuliani as well as as well as tennessee senator bob corker. nicole: fidel castro, the trudeau leader and president died at the age of 93 tens 93 tens of 9,310,000 cubits to turn out today in the streets of havana and in the eastern city of santiago for castro's revolution began in 1953. cuban americans celebrated dictators to miami. here in the united states incoming white house chief of staff reince priebus says president-elect donald trump is looking for a better deal with cuba. >> we are not going unilateral deal coming from cuba to the united states without changes in their government.
repression, open markets, freedom of religion, political prisoners. these things need to change and that is the president-elect trump leads and that is where he's going to head. nicole: justin trudeau because initial comments. he had expressed deep sorrow and podcast or a larger-than-life leader. he is criticized and clarified he meant to recognize the former head of state the candidate has tied to not to overlook the history of human rights abuses. lauren: tim ryan outlining what he wants to succeed nancy pelosi to the house democratic caucus. he says that democrats are no longer a national party must reinvent themselves in order to win support from blue-collar working-class voters. many voted for china. my speaking with chris wallace on fox news sunday. >> what is it that you think
makes her so unappetizing to voters? >> $65 million in republican hands. our failure as a caucus has been not to focus on economic issues. lauren: democrats need to do more to communicate with trump voters. nicole: france's first-ever conservative presidential primary was presidential primary with a rise national sentiment across europe may have favored his conservative position. he ran on a platform of free-market reforms and a crack down on islamic extremism. prime minister from 2007-2012 under nicolas sarkozy. nicole: we continue to question oil prices tumbling amid increasing skepticism that opec oil cartel members will hammer out a deal and production cuts this week. they meet on day. oil prices fell 3% on friday. they are down again earlier this morning.
this after saudi arabia said it would not attend a meeting of the non-opec oil producers that was supposed to happen today. that meeting canceled that opec members meet in vienna on wednesday. they talk about these potential production cuts. nicole: u.s. stocks running in getting in record territory, but locally, three of the four arrows up in asia appears shanghai composite index shanghai composite index and china are three quarters of 1%. past 1%. the hong kong hang seng has a 1% of the absurd and career castilla 2231%. pressure in the nikkei in japan don't want to the 1%. lauren: this be an unbent down off of 1% in the dax down half of 1% today. in italy the banks under pressure with an upcoming referendum there and that could mean the fall of the italian government to
lauren: to gallop a thousand points in a month of november. 818 points since donald trump was elected. now looking at down there is today. dow futures down 52. s&p futures down six. lauren: the dow was up almost% of the richest pretty unbelievable. i'm not there for 14 cents at $46.20 a barrel. gold at $12. nicole: there is talk about how the dollars pulling back this morning along with the futures market and what we see as string in the euro. the canadian dollar, mexican peso in japanese and stronger the dollar. lauren: 2.32%. >> big economic news in the u.s. labor department releases its november jobs report. economists affecting 180,000 jobs to be added.
after 161,000 in october and the unemployment rate held steady at 4.9%. to be the last data out of that one between 95% and 100% lately. lauren: samsung electronics may split into two separate companies. the company may follow the proposal from u.s. hedge funds management hedge funds management. samsung's board is meeting tomorrow to break into two and pay out a $26 billion special dividend to shareholders. elliott management plan for the pledge 75% of its cash flow to investors and appoint independent directors or so by samsung has not wanted to the proposals. nicole: in the wake of black friday sales, shoppers now turn their attention to cyber. 122 million american victory to
take two computers, smartphones and other devices to scoop up uninvited. according to the national retail federation, a day million shoppers a year ago. traditional retailers hope to see more of their sales coming from the internet and take back the market share from amazon and other online retailers as wal-mart has been benefiting from mobile sales for its black friday event for 70% of its online traffic through the mobile devices. amazon has released some of its cybermonday deals to include this be a 50-inch smart tv. 249 backs. and amazon via television 75 bucks. compaq wireless speaker 149 backs. after 50% off on merit, place goldplated toys in our 50% of the callaway golf sets. amazon also says the mermaid tail blanket coming to this one
because i was interested in this is the most-watched deal so far. looks genius to me. lauren: why are you interested in that? what does it do? nicole: folk school. lauren: black friday setting for a strong cybermonday. i might have had a record. adobe digital and is as the online shopping data show sales on friday had $3.34 billion of 21% a year ago. shoppers use their mobile devices to send $1.2 billion. that is 33% more than last year. nicole: here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." companies scrambling to change their lobbying efforts as they prepare for republicans to take control of congress and the white house. changes may break the partisan myths in black and for six years. boeing faces sanctions from the world trade organization or wto may rule as early as today ago
and has been granted illegal subsidies for its newest long-range jet. finally a new milestone as the u.s. is now a net exporter of natural gas. the energy department says the u.s. will be the world's third-largest producer of liquefied natural gas for the year 2020. this is just more evidence that domestic oil and gas business reshaping the global energy business. nicole: all-time highs all around for investors last week. while the record continue and the new year? we will ask fox news contributor jury call tom. nasdaq down six. you are watching transcendent compound your first look at morning markets and breakinges news. cing? cliff jumping! xerox human resource services... ...soon to be conduent. which allergy? eees. bees?
nicole: it is 5:15 a.m. here in new york. get up, get going. tell you what's happening now. donald trump criticizing hillary clinton's campaign for joining the recount effort in three states. in its wheat or roche, trump called it sat in a waste of money. just uninitiated the recount. trump also reignited issues of voter fraud saying he would have won the popular vote as well if not for the millions of people who voted illegally. donald trump is back in new york after spending thanksgiving we cannot does west palm beach estate in florida. one of his top agenda items is
still in secretary of state position. mitt romney, rudy giuliani appeared to be the front runners in this one is the transition team is deeply divided over the decision. senior adviser kellyanne conway voiced concerns about giving the job to mitt romney saying his selection would be a betrayal to trump supporters. get your fingers warmed up. get those credit cards ready. it is time for monday. 122 million consumers expected to shop online today, spending more than $3 billion. more and more shoppers steer away from brick-and-mortar shores. wal-mart is 70% of its black friday sales were made for mobile devices. u.s. stock market futures space-bar three weeks of gains. the dow, nasdaq, s&p off at record highs. can this trend continue. right now we see dow futures down 49, s&p futures down five. lauren: thank you, nicole.
apple reportedly an apple with a skirt screen. apple has been battling slow in smartphone sales for new assessment on seven and is under pressure to deliver a hit on. samsung and google already has slowed using the new screen. n-november ensign wednesday and we should note the dow jones industrial average is up on than 1000 points so far this month with over 800 points come in since donald trump won the election november 8th. will the rally continued the rest of the year? joining us now, gary called him, pressing the top on and fox news contributor. happy monday. for investors to a mistake about a trump presidency? >> leave no doubt everything that benefits from lower taxes and less regulation has been on the absolute tear. it's definitely ahead of itself
in the near term it the next couple weeks has been negative bias. to the end of december and probably the first couple months of next year will be okay. keep in mind interest rates are skyrocketing and that will have an effect on earnings and mortgages and things like that. better start being careful because you have moves and financials that you don't than two years let alone one year and that's definitely ahead of itself. >> financials overall up 12% as a group since donald trump is select it. to your point we're really running high. i wanted to talk about the financials in 2000 because there's a break down of the more regional financials, which has brought the has brought to wrestle tuesday's record-setting days days we have been seeing. >> i wrote that in my report the last couple weeks and it's very simple. lauren: i read your report. that's why i asked about them. >> dodd-frank, the worst part
restricts smaller banks from growing in any way, shape or form. you can see the potential dismantling half the skyrocketing. again, a lot of 15% to 20%. that is too much, too soon. they will pull back also, but into next year they go higher. if interest rates continue to back up in the fed raises rates a few times, they will get hit and it's not going to be a long-lasting thing. lauren: we have the fed meeting on interest rates soon. the november jobs report on friday. and if that change your view for next year? >> for two years the federal doc raise rates again but be done except for one. i'm an hundred% sure the market has forced their hand. they will raise rates and i suspect a couple more incentive team. it will affect things as we get into the year because the lines
don't fight the fed is good for the market if they don't do anything. if they raise rates will affect things. lauren: kerry kaltbaum, president of kaltbaum capital management. nicole: in sports, big weekend for football. denver broncos will lead in overtime. we will have all of the highlights and at the box office. disney is ruling the box office at the second-biggest thanksgiving opening of her. all the numbers in some pointers for you. keep it right here. "fbn:am" right after this break. .
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>> the ocean as a friend of mine. >> first we've got to go through a whole ocean of bad. >> they're kind of cute. lauren: disney's "moana" earned $55 million to friday to sunday an american made method 80 million in the five days including thanksgiving and black friday paid the second-best thanksgiving release ever. disney's frozen in 2013 is the highest ranking with almost $95 million. $45 million is followed by dr. strange rounding out the top five here. atlanta's 13 million the bible at $11.3 million. trade to the latest from the world of sports.
restarting denver and the wealthiest device. kansas city chiefs and broncos battling for second place. tightly held returns the free kick for 86 yards for a touchdown. he was so far out in front he was able to high five teammates. denver comes back to quarterback trevor sandman escape to chief blitz and five danny fowler. a 76-yard touchdown. was it 24-16. the chiefs don't give out. the first overtime with 52nd left in the kicker was a 34 yarder. needs a little help in his select upgrades and lansing for the win. that keeps the chiefs won game behind oakland raiders behind oakland riders to beat the carolina panthers in the shoot out. quarterback david carr dislocated his pinkie taking a snap and his team of 24/7.
panthers scored the first 25 points in the second half. back into the game for the raiders. he drives the team and pass by a 12-yard pass and they go on to win a field goal. new england patriots within the year just with quarterback tom brady. trailing 17-16 with just under two minutes left. brady hit mitchell for the touchdown. final draft for the job fumbles the ball. new england recovers for the win. it is the 200th victory and for the most wins in nfl history. >> coming up, the recount effort
in thursday shattered the truth between hillary clinton and donald trump. >> this is a waste of everyone's time and money and it's only to divide this country when we need to come together. lauren: the latest efforts on that front. cybermonday is today. the next big target for shoppers and retailers. who will win the day? amazon or wal-mart. that is the question [vo] is it a force of nature? or a sales event? the season of audi sales event is here. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on select models during the season of audi sales event.
♪but i'm not the only one ♪i hope some day you'll join us♪ ♪and the world will live as one♪ nicole: breaking news this morning. donald trump to fill out his top cabinet position. a recount effort in three states that shattered a truce between hillary clinton and donald trump. the name monday morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren: i'm lauren simonetti. u.s. stocks after a record week last week. the dow up 60 points on friday. the dow down 49 and the s&p down 5.5..
we'll ask fox news contributor gary kaltbaum if this continues into 2017. train to vindicate down one 10th of 1% in a china shanghai composite index ended up of 1%. lauren: oil prices under pressure amid increasing doubts about that members will agree to a production cut at its meeting in vienna this week that oil is hired by a quarter of 1%. let's check in on this 10 year bond yield which was sent 52 week highs on friday. 2.32%. >> it is also cybermonday, which means 122 million are expected to shop online to scoop out the latest bargains. what are we buying? we'll find out. lauren: samsung's board may split the company into two. the latest on that. lauren: the denver broncos blew a lead in this to the kansas used in overtime.
we will have this type of. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york every welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: about recount may test it fragile truce between donald trump and hillary clinton. trump taken a twitter after hillary clinton joins the recount effort by jill stein and a series of step five. trump says i won the popular vote if you did if you do -- the millions of people who voted illegally. but there has been no evidence of any voter fraud in the election. reince priebus come to terms white house chief of staff criticizing clinton's campaign for joining the recount. >> it is a total and complete hypocritical joke that the group of people thought they were nervous about president-elect trump not eating or conducting recounts in states with one over 16,000 votes.
the american people know this is a waste of everyone's time and money. lauren: former presidential candidate bernie sanders weighed in on the recount effort. >> at the legal rate. it's a big deal. i don't think secretary clinton or anybody else thinks they will be profound changes. the focus right now has got to be doing everything we can to address the real issues facing working families. nicole: officials for a time when recount there. stein also plans to request recounts in pennsylvania and michigan. clinton lost to trump and offers dates. nicole: jumbotron's team will meet today with a number of candidates as he continues to thought his cabinet. an internal tug-of-war is internal tug-of-war solanki picks among them with mitt romney as secretary of state. governor and presidential nominee and the qualifications during the presidential
campaign. kellyanne conway, top trump advisors stepping up under attack in romney. >> is another trump movement and then there was governor romney. he went on to say to help donald trump. he gave two speeches and they were both about donald trump. >> conway says he will work whoever chooses as secretary of state. other candidates include new york city mayor rudy giuliani and the tennessee bob corcoran a few others. lauren: cuba continues to buy the debt of fidel castro, the brutal leader and former president for decades that have friday at the age of 90. tens of thousands of cubans expected to turn out today the streets of havana and the eastern streets of santiago with the revolution began in 1953. it's a different story in miami and florida. cuban-americans celebrate in the dictator's death. in the u.s. come in incoming white house chief of staff
reince priebus says president trump is looking for a better deal with cuba. >> we're not going going to have unilateral deal with that change is in their government. repression, [-open-bracket, freedom of religion, political prisoners. they need to have open and to have open and for relationships and not president-elect trump alluded and that is where he's going ahead. lauren: justin trudeau walking that comment. a lot of world leaders have said nice things about castro. he is called pastor a larger-than-life leader. he meant to recognize the firm has stated not over the caster's history of human rights abuses. trip to north korea and russia. via representatives tim ryan outlining why he wants to succeed nancy pelosi to lead the
house democratic caucus. bryant faces deep eyes to unseat pelosi says democrats are no longer a national party must reinvent themselves in order to win support from blue-collar voters. my speaking with chris wallace on fox news sunday. >> what is it that you think makes her so unappetizing to voters? >> $65 million in the public cannot. our failure as a caucus is not to focus on economic issues. nicole: democrats need to do more to communicate to the trump voters. lauren: france's first-ever conservative presidential primary on thursday. he may favor his conservative positions. he ran on a platform of free-market reforms and a crack down on immigration and islamic extremism. prime minister from 2007 until 2012 under ex-president nicholas sarkozy. trained to deal or no deal,
tumbling amid increasing skepticism that opec oil cartel members will hammer out a deal and production test this week that oil prices fell 3% on friday i down again after saudi arabia said it would not have opec oil producers supposed to happen today. the meeting was canceled. they meet to talk about production costs. lauren: in asia, south vastly higher. you can see the shanghai composite in china each getting half of 1%. the cost in south korea's tacking on two tenths of one first. snapping seven-day set up arrows to 1% monday. nicole: turn into the downside, technology, financials under pressure. down a quarter of 1%. the german dax down a half of 1%. trade through a record run for u.s. stocks closed of records in
putting 2000. the very low volume. the nasdaq, the latest in six years. the nasdaq and s&p futures and explains. true to oil and gold turning to the downside for weeks on to. toilet 5 cents to 46-13. >> this is how the dollar is faring against key current is around the world. the u.k. pound versus the dollar but the canadian dollar, mexican peso and yen versus dollar today. a 52 week record with 2.32% tied to mortgages. we also have a second meeting on third-quarter gdp tomorrow and friday the all-important jobs report. those of the two things we are watching. transfer the jobs report comes on friday when the u.s. labor department says addicts x
180,000 jobs to have been added in november up from 160,000 in october. unemployment rate to hold at 4.9%. this is going to be the last major piece of economic data before the federal reserve policy meeting when they expect to raise interest rates to cool the economy. nicole: apple reportedly played a nice song with a curved screen. "the wall street journal" are poised to be as early as next year. apple battle ensign smartphones does and is under pressure to deliver a new hit. rival samsung and google are using these new screens. lauren: sandstones have a traumatic split the daily report in the may follow the proposal from u.s. hedge fund elliott management. the board is meeting its borrowed but i would consider to break into two companies and had a $26 dividend to shareholders. elliott management upon them
sent to pledge in return 75% of free cash flow to investors and to appoint an independent direct heirs. so far the company has not responded to the proposal appeared nicole: in the complex friday sales, turning to cybermonday. 122 million americans expected to take two computers, smartphones and devices to speak above a target. that is a a million shoppers are mere ago. traditional retailers such as wal-mart and target hope to see more of their sales coming from the internet and take back some market share from the giant such as amazon and online retailers. wal-mart benefiting from mobile sales for t. 70% of its online traffic was through mobile devices. 60% of its orders on wal-mart.com were made with mobile devices. meanwhile, amazon has released cybermonday deals. 50-inch smart television for
$249 amazon fire tv for 7499. 149 but not to 50% off of nerf playskool play-doh toys and up to 50% office and callaway golf site. the mermaid tail blanking it is its most watched yield so far. lauren: electronics and toys do not like it and hotel deals. in the meantime, let's take a look at headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." companies scrambling to change their lobbying efforts to prepare for republicans to take control of congress and the white house. the changes may break the logjam that has lost legislation for six years. boeing faces sanctions from the world trade organization. did they deal that boeing has been granted a big dose of subsidies for its newest long-range jet. finally a new milestone is u.s.
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nicole: 5:45 a.m. in new york. donald trump is criticizing donald trump's campaigns returning the recount effort that she loves. trump called it back then a waste of money. green party candidate chose signed initiated the recount. trump also reignited charges of voter fraud saying he would've won the popular vote if not for the millions of people who voted illegally. trump is back at trump tower in new york after spending thanksgiving in this west palm beach state. one of the top items on his agenda with the secretaries day position. mitt romney and rudy giuliani appeared to be the front runners
there. the transition team deep or divided. senior adviser kellyanne conway voiced her concerns about doing the job to romney saying his selection of the of the trail to trump supporters. dig your fingers warmed up in credit cards ready. 122 million of us expect it to shop online spending more than $3 billion paid more and more shoppers are tearing away from the brick-and-mortar stores if ballmer says 70% of black friday sales came from mobile devices. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. down 55 points and a quarter of 1% similar percentage to constantly s&p and nasdaq. the call, that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: n-november coming to a close on wednesday. the dow jones industrial average up a thousand points with 800 points coming as donald trump on the election on november 8th. can the rally continued the next
of the year in 22017? we bring gary kaltbaum, president of kaltbaum management you mention thanksgiving trance to the upside a couple weeks following the downside. to run we've seen too much too fast and where do we go from here? >> i think so. as i said, and the banks have about 55% of this move to the upside and they've gone too far, too fast. in a matter of 11, 12 trading days. that's in those from a year to two years. i suspect somewhere in here that will slow down, pull back a little bit. probably they will go higher over time. you don't buy to the upside. lauren: that's financial. what sectors are you bearish on? >> anything that rallies in the next two weeks. you will see defensive issues.
the bond market finally rally, that they are in their own bear market. that is the food, drug, beverage tobacco thing. utilities and real estate. these things could affect did and the growth names i'm not bullish on that. facebook and amazon and the like. this daily right this second. >> you might expect a little bit of a pullback can i get that because we've had an incredible run for the month of november. where are we a year from now? some people might take a year profit. a year from now, are we higher? the mac not much. my biggest worry is the dow and he has not had a bear market since 29 because of the central bank largess. the central bank largess is now and didn't and will provide a pretty darn good headline. be careful about expect gain
huge gains like we've seen over the last few weeks. >> i want to talk about oil quickly. i made in my non-opec producers scheduled for today and the nature meeting on when they appeared saudi arabia said the oil market will balance itself next year. what do you see the cartel doing? do they get a production cut? what happens? >> will try and get prices higher because they don't do well with prices this low. they will do everything whether or not they are going to actually affect things is another story. i do not think opec hasn't been used to have when it comes to market. probably oil prices stay in this range. maybe if a little, maybe down a little. opec is marking nonfactor than they used to be. used to be anything they said mark is this like crazy. nicole: gary kaltbaum, kaltbaum capital management. maybe get them cybershopping
done. i don't know. lauren: a big weekend for football. denver broncos believed that most of the kansas city chiefs. we will have all the highlights. at the box office. disney's "moana" rules the box office for second best thanksgiving weekend opening number. you are watching "fbn:am," and your first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here.
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>> the ocean as a friend of mine. >> first have got to go through a whole ocean of bad. the mac they are kind of cute. lauren: "moana" dominated the box office earning $55 million. it made $81 million over the five days than it could of black friday at the second highest thanksgiving release in history. what was number one? disney's president 2013 at rank to $94 million. over the weekend, fantastic beasts came in at $45 million followed by dr. strange with 45 million. 55 for "fbn:am." allied $13 million --
nicole: exciting news for "star wars" fans out there. tickets are worldwide coming "star wars" torre going to have today. the new sun is a spinoff of "star wars" and a prequel. a group of rebels tried to steal the design for the empire's first death star weapon. the film had theaters december 16th. lauren: disney is doing well with that last "moana." the latest in sports we started in denver and the last afc west and the kansas city chiefs and broncos battle for second place. chiefs make a statement early. 86 yards for the tv. he was so far in front he was able to high-five his teammate before entering the end to. quarterback trevor sinan escapes the chief but didn't find danny fowler gone. broncos a 24-16 with over three minutes to play. she still give out. they forced overtime with five seconds left. kicker cairo santos is a 34
yarder. needs a little help. lands end for the win. that keeps the chiefs won game behind the oakland raiders to beat the carolina panthers in a shootout, but not before the raiders get a scare. david carr dislocated his pinky and had to leave again. his team of 24/7. cm newton engineers to combat. scoring 25 points in the second half including an 86-yard bomb. that forces back into the game for the radars. cap by 12-yard pass. they go on to win on a field goal. bill belichick and the new england patriots visiting the afc new york jets. their arrival tom brady again frustrates the jet trailing just under two minutes on the clock. first and goal on the hate.
nicole: we are going to turn it right over to mornings with maria and dagen mcdowell is in to take you through the next several hours. dagen: good morning, ladies. i just saw that promo. imagine that. good morning, everybody, i'm dagen mcdowell. in for maria bartiromo, it is monday november 248th. top stories 6:00 a.m. eastern time. holiday shopping season in full swing. more than 1,450,000,000 americans shopped over the weekend and online sales outpaced those at brick and mortar stores. the buying to continue on cybermonday. we have the look at some of the best deals later this hour. to politics controversy over wisconsin recount specially now that the clinton campaign has signed on. >> i think the american people know this is a waste of everyone's time and must be and only for -- to divide this country when we need to come