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nicole: breaking news this morning. a plane carrying a brazilian soccer team crashes in colombia. 81 people on board and at least six survivors. we will have the latest. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: yesterday's attack at ohio university was an attack of terror. true to the dabblers and 54 points above the 19,000 mark. we do have some out there in out there a spirit of of 28. s&p futures gaining four
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appeared lauren: the nikkei in japan fell in a quarter 1% in china appeared to shanghai composite gaining two tenths of 1%. nicole: oil prices continuing to fall as members may not agree on production cut. right now 4643 better than 65 cents. lauren: yields holding steady. nicole: president-elect trump buys cabinet members today. he will meet with mitt romney, also senator bob corker. lauren: at&t now streaming service aimed at cable cord cutters are the details there. nicole: aaron rodgers and the green bay packers clipped the wings -- in their playoff hopes. all the highlights from monday night football. lauren: five of 1:00 a.m. and new york your first look at today's market in the latest breaking news.
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a plane carrying a brazilian soccer team has crashed. a total of 81 passengers and crew were on board. the charter aircraft when it went down in the mountainous area last night after declaring an emergency because an electrical failure. officials say reports that six survivors in a local mayor says three people have been found alive. heavy rain was complicating the search effort. the soccer team is set to play in the regional tournament finale tomorrow. lauren: the fbi and ohio police looking into whether yesterday's attack at ohio state university was an act of terrorism. a somali born student at the university plowed his car into a group of pedestrians before he got out and started to stab them with a butcher knife. he was shot to death by a police or that 11 people were hurt, one
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critically. >> it just had everybody in front. >> the guy came out with a knife. i wasn't processing all of it. lauren: fox news to the two have faced the post made been described as a declaration of the unfair treatment of muslims in the u.s. in september, a 20-year-old somali americans said 10 people at a shopping mall before being shot to death by an off-duty officer. nicole: donald trump continues to work on filling out his cabinet appears as telling fox news he will be named to head the department of health and human services. a major critic of obama caring if confirmed by the senate with play a role in republican efforts to repeal and replace the health care law. more than a trump transition from our own connell mcshane.
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>> good morning, lauren and cool. another day of busy meeting for the president-elect trump tower today. but the second straight day it seems like secretary of state is the position in focus. senator bob corker whose the current chairman of the senate foreign relations committee and the 2012 republican presidential nominee mitt romney will be here as well. this well. this'll be from a second meeting with the president elect and transition officials tell us it is a chance for two men who don't know each other very well to spend some more time together, to get to know each other somewhere. the meeting comes a couple days after kellyanne conway said the trend supporters felt betrayed by governor romney and his criticism of mr. trump during the kim pain. yesterday general david retraces at trump tower. the former cia director also mentioned for the secretary of state position even though he
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left in disgrace having shared classified information with his biographer, also happened to be his mistress. he said the meeting went well. rudy giuliani set to be in the running as well. congresswoman marsha bought her an a move by letter from pennsylvania on meetings last as ceo of rolls-royce america are coming up are coming in throughout the day continue to follow it. for now it's back to you in the studio. lauren: a recount of the presidential election. work is set to begin thursday following a petition by green party candidate joe stein. more on the effort from peter burns. >> joe stein petitioned the state court for a recount is a harder more complicated, more time-consuming process so she's buying time for supporters to work on it. mr. trump won by more than 60,000 votes. standout about 50,000 in and
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mr. trump won by 20,000. time to 31,000 total votes. she wants a recount in michigan as well. the green party estimates recounts in all three states will cost $67 million. the stein campaign says recounts are not intended to help hillary clinton. they are about integrity. she was on kennedy last night. >> is this how you want to be remembered? >> whenever the question came up while you challenge up a significant done about the reliability and security of our boat, i've always said yes and that didn't matter who the winner was. >> the clinton campaign is participating for the same reason. if you in new york. lauren: peter price, thank you very much. nicole: south korea's president offering resignation after we do massive protest. the first female leader will step down that parliament can come up with a transfer of power
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as prosecutors claim she allowed a close friend to influence political decision for personal gain. the main opposition party still plans to bring an impeachment motion in parliament. the south korean has failed to complete a five-year term since the current system is implemented in 1987. lauren: get ready for potential trouble nightmare. hundreds of workers at chicago o'hare expected to walk off the job this morning. janitors, baggage workers and cabin cleaners are among those who want $15 minimum wage. the strike is part of a broader day of disruption planned by the activist group five for 15 happening at 20 airports across the country joined by home care workers and fast food workers as well. incoming president donald trump and his administration will not back down from efforts to raise wages. officials do not expect to walk out to affect flights going into
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or out of o'hare. and by the way, you know it can be a mess. it is the country's second busiest airport. tree into raging wildfires forced mandatory evacuation parts of tennessee. the emergency management agency is ordering people to leave several towns including talent for and pigeon forge. also have been evacuated. the national guard has been mobilized to help with debris cleanup and removal. drought conditions are making the situation worse. >> we are dealing with the situation here that is very dynamic. it is changing every moment. the wind is not helping us. the rain is not here yet. we are getting the worst possible conditions imaginable. train to other areas that with wildfires as well but holding out hope the storm system moving through that area could help to fight the infernos.
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train to harsh winter weather forcing the governor to enter the removal of thousands of native americans and environmental activist camped out on federal property because they are protesting a pipeline project. the weather service has posted a storm warning for the area forecasting the possibility of heavy snow to wind day. activists have spent months protesting plans to route the $4 billion to cut access pipeline beneath a lake near the scene in rotc reservations in the project could be a threat to water resources as well as native american sites. nicole: after he came off a record highs yesterday we have a mixed bag in asia today with the nikkei in japan done a quarter of 1%. hong kong hang seng down half of 1%. the gains came in china where we saw the shanghai composite index that two tenths of 1% in korea's cost became fractionally. lauren: lower oil prices and
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commodity prices on some stocks did we did have stocks across the board open to the downside for right now just the first the 100 in london is lower. down half of 1%. an unfair for the cac in paris that two thirds of 1% of the dax is scanning .15% today. nicole: stocks gave back some yesterday and today once again we are back with the affairs. dow futures looking at 24. s&p futures up three. also within a gdp preliminary report for the third quarter today and friday monthly jobs report. lauren: friday 2% gain yesterday in right now oil down about 90 cents trading at $46.19 a barrel. tomorrow we have the nature meeting in vienna among field producers whether they cut production are not. hold down five bucks this morning. here's a look at how the dollar is trading against key currencies around the globe.
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the u.k. pound is stronger against the greenback today but everything else weaker so the dollar once again shine in sundstrand. the euro, mexican peso and weaker. lauren: the yield on the ten-year treasury at 2.33%. nicole: samsung electronics to increase dividends and considers putting itself. it will boost dividends by 30% to $3.4 billion for the full year 2016 after u.s. activist elliot management calls for the company to split itself into holding vehicle for authorship purposes and operating companies. this external advisors will review its options. lauren: at&t launching a five tv streaming service called direct now so customers can watch television programming on smartphones, tablets and connected tv through the internet all starts tomorrow. the idea here is to whenever the so-called cable cord cutters.
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nicole: good morning to you. 5:15 a.m. in new york to escape up caught up on what's happening now. investigators determine if yesterday's attack at ohio state university was a terrorist attack. a somali born student at the university plowed his car into a group of pedestrians before he got out and started to stab people with a butcher knife. he was shot to death by a police officer but 11 people were hurt, one critically. fox has learned investigators are examining the facebook post written. the post appeared to condemn u.s. military action muslim country. president-elect donald trump
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bidding with candidates to fill out his cabinet. today she will continue conversations about the secretary of state will put mitt romney and senator bob corkery new york. former new york mayor rudy giuliani and cia director david petraeus also said to be in the running. one position that appears to be filled his house in human lives secretary. he will nominate tom price. the announcement could come today. a local critic of obama kerry will play a central role and efforts to repeal it. plus check out your stock market futures this morning after a pullback yesterday but it's been a great month of november. apple missed a thousand points in right now we see dow futures of 25. s&p futures of three. lauren, that's what's happening now. lauren: tiffany senator sachs survive today. the high enjoyable reported it drop in sales due in part to strong u.s. dollar. listening for the forecast for the year in any plan to address
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those declining sales. clueless listen for that later this morning. weaker results from a year ago in the software company after the result today. analysts looking for a third order loss of $476 million in revenue. shares of the group rose more than 2% in after-hours after the earnings forecast for next year came in above expectations. nicole: implements sigma are at odds over their proposed merger. testimony shows that health insurers have significant disagreements over plans for their $40 deal. china's new tool for social control, credit rating for everything. chinese government to give every citizen is scored based on behavior such as spending habit, turnstile violations and respect for one's parents and elders. scores can blacklist citizens from loans, jobs and even air
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travel. the nasi's video being among the social media app was launched last year by the popular youtube star. the deal is valued at $25 million will also allow cnn to tap into the digital audience. lauren: is to produce observes nine days of mourning for fidel castro, donald trump threatening to reverse the above administration policy. but vermin has details. >> following the death of fidel castro, the cuban government put on notice they mr. lauren: gain of cuba is unwilling to make a better deal for the cuban people, the cuban american people as a whole i will terminate the deal. the senior trump advisors sent to basic complex topic and the president-elect is that one has to be played for fools. for now the obama administration continues with the five tensions
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between the two nations. josh earnest on monday defended the president's decision to make deals with the castro regime. >> what we have seen this greater freedom for american citizens. to visit cuba, to send money to family members in cuba, to engage in business and take business opportunities. >> monday also included the first of 50 years of scheduled commercial flights in this case then landed in havana, cuba. back to you in new york. lauren: at his official president of bob and vice president and vice president and vice president joe biden will skip fidel castro street on sunday. the white house secretary of state john kerry could still go. critics urge the administration to not send anyone to we do have this for you. the canadian prime minister is
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also not attending the funeral. if you recall, he made those controversial statement praising fidel castro. nicole: in sports, aaron rodgers and the green bay packers click the philadelphia eagles wings -- in their playoff hopes. all the highlights from monday night football. stock market futures after a pullback yesterday coming off the record we are seeing u.s. stock market futures with dow futures at 23, s&p futures up to within nine days of course tamara on opec as well. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: barry willmar is going to abc to sign a multiyear deal three months after comedy central canceled the nightly show. but it's not for a late-night cake. they develop its own project to supervise others and executives in developing talent. the former host of the nightly show as a tv writer and producer. omar cocreated each bs hit comedy insecure as well as the award-winning show turning back show. lauren: actor anthony michael hall charged with felony battery after allegedly breaking his neighbors for his. they got into an altercation this isn't the first run-in with the law. he was arrested in 2011 for terrorizing with his neighbors to stay away from a farmer from a former girlfriend after he allegedly stopped her, too.
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and the world of sports restarted in philadelphia. roger sangster fonte items for a 12 year touchdown. who made this great catch at the back of the end zone. great catch, great throw. paragraph going to end 27-13. russell westbrook going for there is straight triple-double at madison square garden. brandon jennings signed for the alley to you the three is to.
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they go on to win it. a triple-double of the season. one college player less and won't forget. write full-time taking their lead against the ivy league brown with 11 seconds to go. fancy drilling behind the back weaves his way to the basket to give brown to the lauren: plan a second thought. they celebrate as the teammates that that. coming up the comment thing going is the trump team takes shape. today the president suspected to meet with mitt romney and senator bob corkery. yesterday trott met with former cia director david h. reyes.
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>> i think it went very well. was it him for about an hour. he bought us around the world, shoot a great variety of challenges out there in some of the opportunities as well. lauren: we'll have the latest. you are watching "fbn:am." see you after the break. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning. a plane carrying a brazilian soccer team crashes in colombia. 81 people on board and at least six survivors this morning. we'll have the latest for you. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. and nicole petallides. police looking into whether yesterday's attack was an act of terror. we will have the latest on the situation. lauren: u.s. stocks a pullback or record highs yesterday. the dow lost 54-point still about the 19,000 mark. you can see they are getting their mojo back.
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nasdaq futures up for. the drop in u.s. features within a catch down one quarter. the shanghai composite state games lately. nicole: speculatiothat opec members may not agree of production cuts. oil down almost 2% trading at $46.20 a barrel. nicole: the train your treasury yield 2.33% today. lauren: president-elect donald trump on me but that romney and president bob corker. -- senator bob corker. nicole: the att service aimed at cord cutters. trigger aaron rodgers and green bay packers clipped the wings -- their playoff hopes. we will have the highlights from monday night football. good morning, everybody. tuesday, november 29th. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your
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first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: the plane carrying a brazilian soccer team to the international airport in medellin has crashed. 81 passengers and crew on board the charter aircraft when it went down in an area last night after declaring an emergency. police now say there were only five survivors. heavy rain complicated their search efforts. the soccer team was due to play an original soccer tournament that scheduled for tomorrow. nicole: fbi and ohio police are looking into whether the attack was an act of terrorism. a somali born student at the university plowed his car into a group of pedestrians before he got out and started to stab people with a butcher knife. he was shot to death by a police officer but 11 people were hurt and one critically.
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>> the car veered on the side right and just had everybody in france. >> i thought it was an accident initially until the guy came out with a knife. i was impressive all of it. trade your investigators look into it facebook post described as a declaration against the unfair treatment of muslims. you may remember 20 was somali american stab 10 million people at a state college shopping mall. by an off duty officer. lauren: donald trump continues to work on filling out his cabinet. georgia congressman tom price of a name to head the department. price has been a major critic of obama cared and if you spend preparing for the senate should play a key role in republican efforts to repeal and replace the health care law. more on the trump transition from connell mcshane.
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>> good morning morin and nicole. a busy days of meetings here at trump tower today. it really seems like secretary of state secretary of state is the position of focus. among those fighting them here later today. senator bob corker who is chairman of the senate foreign relations committee and the 2012 republican presidential nominee that romney as well. this will be romney second meeting with the president elect and transition officials tell us it's a chance for two men who really don't know each other very well to spend more time together, to get to know each other some more. the meeting comes a couple days after kellyanne conway said that many trump supporters felt betrayed by governor romney and his criticism during the campaign. yesterday, general david petraeus was here, the former cia director even though he left the cia in disgrace really haven't shared classified
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information with his biographer, also happened to be his mistress kitty said the meeting went well. rudy giuliani is thought to be in the running as well. another big day today. marsha blackburn from tennessee, congressman lubar led from pennsylvania on the meetings list as is the ceo of rolls-royce america coming up throughout the day we'll continue to follow that. now it is a few guys guys in the studio. nicole: a recount of the presidential election in wisconsin. works that you begin by green party candidate jill stein who also wants recounts in michigan and pennsylvania. asked if donald trump on. more on the recount effort from our own peter barnes is the very latest on the situation from pennsylvania. >> shall stand position for a recount with a harder more complicated, more time-consuming process so she is by time to work on it.
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mr. trump on pennsylvania by 60,000 votes. stein got 50,000 night and wisconsin mr. trump won by 20,000. she wants a recount in michigan as well. the green party estimates recounts in all three states will cost 6 million to $7 million. stein has raised 6 million of that. the recounts are not intended to help hillary clinton and that are about integrity of elections. sadness on kennedy last night. >> is this how you want to be remembered? speed that throughout the election would be a challenge if there is significant doubt about the reliability and security of our boat. i've always said yes and it didn't matter who the winner was. >> the clinton campaign is participating in new york. >> the embattled president park offering a conditional resignation after weeks of massive street protests.
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the country's first female leader will step down if parliament can come up with a plan to transfer powers prosecutors claim she led a close friend of hers to influence decisions for personal gain. it does still plan to bring an impeachment motion. no president has such a competitive five-year term since they were implemented in 1987. >> hundreds of workers are expected to walk off the job this morning. janitors, baggage workers, cap met leaders among those who want $15 minimum wage. the strike is part of a broader day of destruction plan by the activist group pfeifer $15 to 20 airports across the country. the campaign wants to send a message to the incoming trump administration that it will not back down from its effort to raise wages. officials do not expect in and out of o'hare which is the country's second busiest
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airport. mandatory evacuations in parts of tennessee. the emergency management agency orders people to live several times. the visa hotel in delhi with have also been evacuated. national guard is mobilized to help with debris cleanup and removal. drought conditions are just making the situation worse. >> we are dealing with a situation here that is very dynamic. it is changing every moment. the wind is not helping us. the rain is not here yet. so we are doing with the worst possible decisions imaginable. lauren: other areas were hit with wildfires as well but we were holding out hope that his store could help fight the fires. >> harsh winter weather is first in north dakota as governor to order the removal of thousands of native american and environmental activist property to protect the pipeline project.
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the weather service has posted a storm warning for the area of heavy snow. activists have spent months protesting against plans to route the $4 billion to cut access pipeline beneath a lake near the standing rock sioux reservation save the project could be a threat to resources and native american sites. lauren: let's get you caught up. asia the shanghai composite one of two green arrows on the board game two tenths of 1% today. the cost being south korea up slightly. the nikkei in japan than a quarter% of the hang seng in hong kong down half of 1%. nicole: a mixed bag. the one inflicted on three quarters of 1%. german dax down fractionally. the cac is dating half of 1%. a lot of talk about december december 4th on italian constitutional reform front and center as well.
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in the u.s.a. pullback yesterday. stocks snapped a four-day winning streak are gaining momentum. dow futures up 18 points. nasdaq up three. economic data with consumer confidence, home prices and of course the second estimate for third order gdp expected to come in at 3.1%. lauren: can iraq, iran and saudi arabia decide on production cut for the first time in eight years tomorrow. opec meets in vienna with the much-anticipated meeting. today it is going back 1.7%. 4626 a barrel. that is down about four bucks at 1189 a trance. >> this is how it's treating against key currencies. the u.k. pop up on 24. nicole: let's check out the 10 year bond yield inching higher over the last 24 hours. it is sad to .33%.
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the investor group led by billionaire edgar bronfman. they have increasingly focused on their digital investments. the print business sans pictures of tiny gems just about 20% on news of this project did offer. lauren: at&t launching a site streaming service called directv now. customers can watch television programming on their smartphones. tablets connect tvs to the internet starting tomorrow. the so-called cable cord cutters and prices for its new service started $35 a month for over 60 channels. they go up to $70 for 120 channels and is included in the packages. >> following the death of fidel castro, president elect donald trump is the cuban government on notice that the obama administration is defending it keeping dale.
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>> i like to suggest somehow the united states has made a bunch of concession to the cuban government. we will have the latest on the situation in. this tuesday morning he might have been nice about the open of 22 points. your first look at burning markets and breaking news. it is 5:42 in the east.
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>> good morning. 5:45 in new york. investigators trying to determine if yesterday's attack at ohio state university was a terrorist attack. abdul razak ali artan, a somali born student at university of ohio -- he was shot to death by a police officer but a lot of people were hurt. they have learned investigators were examining the face with post that may have been written. the post condemned military action in muslim countries will follow it for you. president-elect donald trump meeting with candidates about
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the secretary of state secretary of state position was that romney and senator bob corkery new york. former new york mayor rudy giuliani and former cia director david petraeus also said to be in the running. one position that appears to be filled as health and human services will nominate church of representatives. prices then a critic of obamacare and he will play a central role in any effort. this tuesday morning. you can see after a pullback yesterday. tacking on five and the free market, nicole. nicole: tiffany is one sock weight keep an eye on today. the jeweler with its eighth straight drop in quarterly sales. investors will be listening for tiffany's forecast for the year and plans to address the
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declining sales. yesterday a weaker result when the software company reports after the bell. analysts looking for a third order loss. $476 million in revenue. shares of united health group rose within 2% extended trading for 2017 came in above expectations. >> yours look at headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." and then the sigma over their proposed merger. hope insurers have significant disagreements over plans for their jailed and this one, china has a new tool for social control. a credit rating system for everything. the spending habits if they don't pay when they go into the train turnstile and respect for when parents and elders have
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blacklisted you since her mom, jobs and air travel. finally, cnn with the theme of social media app launched last year by the popular youtube's dart picked a deal valued at $25 million to allow cnn to tap into the young digital audience. nicole: asked you to observe days of mourning for the countries leaders of fidel castro, donald trump threatening to reverse the obama administration's cuba policy. blake burman has the details. >> the cuban government put on notice by president-elect trump. if they are unwilling to make a deal for the cuban people, the u.s. as a whole will terminate the deal. a senior trump adviser telling cuba is a complex topic and the president-elect is that one is to be played for fools. for now, the obama administration can tenuous to
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tout the fight of tensions between the two nations. press secretary josh earnest once again defended the president's decision to make deals with the castro regime. >> what we have seen this greater freedom for american citizens to visit cuba and spend money to family members in cuba. they seek business opportunities. >> monday included a first in 50 years have scheduled commercial flights took off from the u.s. miami in this case and landed in havana, cuba. back to you in new york. >> vice president died and will skip street for lunch sunday. the white house has secretary of state john kerry could still go. critics urged administration to not send anyone. canadian prime minister justin trudeau will not attend the funeral either.
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lauren: behrmann are going to abc, santa mauled the year ago after comedy central canceled the nightly show.
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abc says willmar will develop his non-project, supervise others and assist executives and developing talent. the former host has also been a successful tv writer and producer. willmore created the hit comedy insecure as well as the peabody award-winning bernie mac show. nicole: anthony michael hall has been charged battery after breaking his neighbor's race. he allegedly got into the altercation in september outside. he was arrested in turn 11 for allegedly terrorizing with aggressive behavior. back in 2009 the judge ordered all to stay away from his ex-girlfriend after he allegedly stopped her in new york. if convicted this time, hall could face up to seven years in
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prison. lauren: eagles undefeated at home, but green bay packers shows why you shouldn't bet against him. the bond to adam's with a 12-yard touchdown. talk about threading the needle. roger simon adams again who makes a great catch in the back of the end found. what a throw. they go into and 27-or tina and stay alive. russell westbrook for his third straight triple-double mix with a first-half lead. raid in jenin for the dunk of 10. i can do that. he finds victor for the deeply fourth quarter. the standard defense and andrea robbins and has undergone to win
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an westbrook if it ain't triple-double of the season. one college player won't soon forget the ball ducks had taken a lead against the ivy league runs on a three pointer. we have the way to the basket to give a lead. 3.8 seconds on the clock. they are apparently thinks his team is winning and he slows. >> coming up, we will hand it over to martin cytherea. we did pull back a little bit. dow futures up to you. you are watching "fbn:am." we will be right back. ♪
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nicole: let's check out u.s. stock market futures there morning. we are off the record. look, we can breakthrough them again today. tow futures up 240. s&p futures up 2. we have a few pieces of economic news today. lauren: we get the second read of third-quarter tbroses domestic products. a lot going on. we have dagen mcdowell. she will take you through the next hours of business. dagen: i miss maria but i have
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some of the people on planet earth onset this morning so i'm a very lucky lady. good morning, i'm dagen mcdowell, in for maria bartiromo, tuesday 29th, 6:00 a.m. eastern time. breaking news a plane crashed, brazilian soccer team that was traveling to a tournament match. vice president elect says will be announcements, one of them could be the president elect pick or health and human services secretary. president-elect trump will reportedly nominate georgia congressman, former surgeon to the post. he's been a long-time opponent of obamacare. classes to resume this morning at ohio state on attack on campus, 11 people injured after

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