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n|lauren: breaking news this morning. the president-elect arena as i'm lauren simonetti in for lauren simonetti. the dow continued its record while at the stock market futures and japanese stocks
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gained ground with the nikkei on top of 1%. the shanghai composite not even a 10th of 1% today. lea: oil prices shot up after news of oil production cut. train to the federal reserve begins a two-day meeting on interest rates. but check out the yield on the 10 year treasury 2.16%. lea: apple is talking to investing $100 billion technology fund. we will have those details. n|lauren: in sports, new england patriots outlast the baltimore ravens. major league baseball bins a controversial rookie hazing ritual. we will tell you about that. lea: 5:01. tuesday, december 13th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and
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breaking news. good to see you. n|lauren: good to see you. president trump will announce his choice for secretary of day. a look ahead at the other events and trends busy schedule today from connell mcshane. the secretary of state announcement is the most anticipated if we been told to make the exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson. his business ties to russia and its relationship with vladimir putin. as you continue meeting the trump tower, you will resume thank you to her receiving alongside vice president-elect mike pence. the two of them go into wisconsin. along with pennsylvania, michigan, pivotal putting him over the top. the president-elect took meetings with the democrats. senator joe mansion in austin republican carly fiorina to you
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may not think would agree with him on a number of issues. in fact, she ran against him in the primaries. >> a fair amount of time talking about china is our most important adversary and rising adversary. retyped about hacking, chinese hacking or russian hacking. >> a few hundred protesters gathered shouting anti-trump slogans. really the largest gathering of protesters be seen here at trump tower in quite some time. we will see what unfolds later today. for now, back to you guys in the studio. n|lauren: will take it, thank you. chuck plans to nominate rick perry as secretary of energy. kerry proposed eliminating the energy department during its unsuccessful bid for the 2012 gop presidential nomination. trump has delayed an announcement so how he plans to separate himself from his business empire to avoid potential conflicts of interest.
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we want to tell you about this event. so the council have live coverage of the thank you to her as a continuous with wisconsin 7:00 p.m. eastern. lea: recount is over and now that was thompson has finalized its results. donald trump state to revise slightly wider than first thought. >> president-elect trump was plus 837 after the recount. so that clinton was plus seven essay explained that gain of 131 for tribe. train to the recount was requested and paid for by green party candidate joel stein who suggested without any evidence that voting machines in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania could have been hacked. they were blocked in court. n|lauren: signed, sealed and delivered for tribe. voicing support for u.s. intelligence agencies. mitch mcconnell and paul ran
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after donald trump attacks the cia for concluding russia interfered in the presidential election. the senate will open a bipartisan investigation into the matter. >> let me just speak for myself. the russians are not our friends. i think we ought to approach all these issues on the assumption that the russians do not wish us well. lea: a charm spokesman criticized the report saying it's an attempt to delegitimize size president elect trump's men. >> some scary moments after the flight was diverted to new york's john f. kennedy international airport because of a bomb threat at the plane heading to frankfurt, germany on the trail for scott to headquarters in germany. the world's largest airplane was taken to a remote area for 530
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passengers and crew were evacuated. the plane assertion that the suspicious found. lauren: we have a currency crisis within venezuela to tell you about. the president is sorting 100 boulevard dilbert about three u.s. cents out of circulation. the notes would destroy what he claims their colombian smuggling gangs that horrid for its controlled food and gas sold at america. also closing the border to keep the bill from being brought right into the country. scary situation there. lauren: joe petrosky predicting that prices will rise to $75 a barrel by the end of this year. seriously. >> the u.s. brothers wrongly. but demand aside. there is supply problems from the opec agreement.
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venezuela is a basket case. mexico's production is falling off the cliff. russia is struggling to meet production quotas. so i think china's demand is strong. >> with that communist gas prices on the march upward again. analysts say the average price is expected to be $3 per gallon early next year and $2.21. sensei and that could mean an increase of $380 a year for families that the driver on 12 miles an hour. lauren: at designate the pocketbook as we all drive suvs lately. a $1 billion clean technology fund called breakthrough energy ventures will start investing next year in developing low-cost, low carbon technologies. other investors include just
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besos, reid hoffman and jack ma. lea: apple is holding talks to invest $100 billion fund by japanese internet and telecom giant. they will be investing in disruptive technologies in the move to silicon valley cash into what would be the largest technology fund. the move reflects a shift in investing strategy which until recently focused on small stake in the end tech companies. lauren: look at stock market action around the world. an issue you can see out there is the japanese nikkei up half of 1% today. the shanghai composite dived within 2% yesterday. a small comeback on the 10th of 1%. listen to the data. retail sales better than it. the index didn't have too much. the hang seng in hong kong have fractionally. the cusp in south korea getting half of 1%. >> investors focus on the federal reserve.
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a look right now up about one 10th of 1%. caci pop of 1% in dax in germany three quarters of 1%. lauren: futures higher for the blue-chip index by 70 points. s&p futures of six. nasdaq futures up 17. a record day for the dow yesterday. unfortunately they sent a six-day winning streak they will see what happens today. trained to look at key commodities. oil up by $53.3 for the barrel. gold trading lower by $5.60 at $11.60 a troy ounce. lauren: american express opera and more perks for parents. new policy stirs january 1st. the move follows improvement that netflix, adobe systems
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hilton hotels. regular box. lauren: poetess bobbysoxer latch. 1% extended trading after the company announced plans to increase the dividend to $1.42 a share. they also authorized in a $14 billion stock buyback program. quest diagnostics is investigating a data breach involving one of its web applications. the operator says the personal health information about or to 4000 people exposed. the stolen data includes names, dates of birth and test result. lauren: it's really scary when it is your health information. headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." officials hurried to complete the deal that the deal depressed in the senate and before president obama leaves office next month. at that executives defend pulling out the atomic exchanges
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during the antitrust trial over its merger with humana. officials say decided not to participate to avoid antitrust claims. they pulled out of the 11 state exchanges for business reasons. get this, augmented reality and hears the word place. special classes display diagrams to help workers conduct quality control checks on products. one of those companies says quality control checks of up to 20% faster using the augmented reality glasses. interesting. >> catherine asked the chief intelligence correspondent for fox news has an exclusive interview with the head of the cypress point team. >> the adversaries were never really saw been attacked before. >> bat and a new cross-country storm could bring snow and ice across the country this week. fox news senior meteorologist
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janice dean hesser forecasts. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell looking at grade on the board. dow futures higher by 70, s&p six, nasdaq higher by 17. all life on the fed waiting to see the highly anticipated interest rate increase. a look about right now but by 24 cents a 5309 a barrel. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lea: welcome back to ibt nanometer gate president at donald trump expected to announce his nominee for secretary of state. two sources tell fox news that exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson. also there. to be his energy secretary. the election recount in wisconsin and pennsylvania over. wisconsin finalized a recount which showed trumpeted clinton by 22,000 votes. pennsylvania officials certified the win after a judge rejected the green party request to recount those ballots.
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apple reportedly considering investing in my hundred billion dollars private equity fund created. "the wall street journal" reports they want to use a fund to invest in which you take allergies like artificial intelligence. apple putting up a billion dollars. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell, dow futures higher s&p six, nasdaq by 15. this is happening now. lauren: the trend bradley continues. the administration to face serious threats from hackers around the world. how could the u.s. prepare for battle? chief intelligence correspondent katherine harris sitting down with the security agency of the cybersecurity team. >> is the term cabinet take shape, the cybersecurity team focuses on the thread in 2017. >> are your systems attacked every day?
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>> yes. they were attacked by the thousands of times a day. >> the nsa in the team have tackled the biggest cybercrises in the past two years in china's breach of the office of personnel management were 21.5 million were stolen to north korea's physical destruction of computer networks in russia. >> adversaries are exporting areas where we never saw them attack you for. >> an elite group that elite group that works with fbi investigators and homeland security. >> they understand how to configure technology of the technologies required to keep adversaries out of information secure. these are the special forces of cybersecurity. >> at november the election hacks were not an accident. >> this is not a target selected arbitrarily. this is a conscious effort by a nationstate to attempt to achieve a specific effect. >> the cyberthreat may required
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by the fbi security and defense to private capabilities. >> for the incoming administration, but recommendation which you get them? >> we could be more responsive. >> hackers explore a security template areas. not software or hardware flaws than this vulnerability. boring, leanne. >> great report. something so many people are familiar with but that's been a problem for so long. lauren: the baltimore ravens highlights plus major league baseball but the controversial rookie hazing ritual. we will have that story appeared lea: can the fans around the world i'll choose the names for the new panda trend that the atlanta zoo? we will tell you what they are when they come back. green eras this morning. s&p at six, nasdaq back 17.
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lauren: to china panda cubs officially receiving their names after being 100 days old. here we go. adorable cubs. given an absurd public boating campaign. does they launched the campaign from several different name groups. they earned over half of the 20,000 those ever cast in just a
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couple weeks but panda fans around the world. jobs is a look at. who is who? lauren: they both look happy. let's take a look at the world of sports. monday night football tom brady facing the baltimore ravens. patriots defense putting the ravens in a hole first quarter that is staffed by malcolm brown for safety up to nothing. reagan's attempt in the field. here comes like a deer he leaps over the frontline and blocks it third quarter. quarterback joe fico dipsticks inferred eight-yard shot down. now down 23-17. tom brady delivers big. dashes up with a 79-yard touchdown. ray throws 406 yards and three
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touchdowns for the win. the los angeles rams make a surprise move. the team firing had coach a shared after four plus seasons with the team. the loss was the final straw for months after they gave fisher contract extension. taking over for the final three games. and basketball and nailbiter in los angeles. the clippers versus the trail blazers. third quarter the clippers comeback and find jordan for the ali you. the fourth quarter just over. chris paul gets the rebound past. the clippers going to wind 121- 120. lauren: what a drag for this one. hazing ritual does wonder woman and dallas cowboys cheerleaders now been majorly baseball has created an anti-hazing and type
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in policy that prohibits the days. as part of the sports new labor deal said to be ratified by players and owners today. the league says the ban is part of the crack down on behavior construed as bullying or humiliating to others by playing on gender stereotypes. one long last look at the picture right there. lea: depending on personality, for some not so much. en arctic lands at the ligature tuesday forecast but fox senior meteorologist janice dean. good morning. byrd is the keyword. let's take a look at the radar first and then we'll talk about the cold arctic air mass. we had our storm system moved storm system moved into the diocese that has dissipated. another one, a quick move our overnight into tomorrow. a wintry mix but not a huge
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deal. the next insisted there back from the west. persistent rain and mountain snow. inches of rainfall along the coast and feet of snow in the mountains. this is a big deal for the western some of the energy will move across the central u.s. the big story is going to be the record-setting temperatures we could have thursday and friday. you see the blue on your screen. that is the freezing mark. present temperatures in atlanta and raleigh. the single digits and teens thursday and friday. you have been warned. make sure you are bundled up their babies back to you. >> very close to us. thank you for that. >> a busy day at trump tower at carly fiorina talks about becoming the nation's spy chief. >> we talked about hacking, whether chinese hacking or reported russian hacking. lauren: the latest in it over
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tree into a busy day. president-elect to for my cap exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson as secretary of state. trump also consider rick. energy secretary and carly fiorina as the nation's spy chief. top of the morning to you. i am transfixed and four nicole petallides. lauren: im lauren simonetti. the dow continued its record role for the 40-point game yesterday. features at 66, worth 204 points away. the nasdaq and s&p lower yesterday. we are getting that much of that
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today. half a percent and china. up fractional at one 10th 1%. lauren: energy big reason stocks are a good non-opec countries right now. oil is still bubbling up gaining 1% jay shot a $63 a barrel. trade to the federal reserve on interest rates ahead of that. the yield on the 10 year treasury at 2.46%. lauren: appletalk and a japanese internet about investing in $100 billion technology fund. we'll have those details for you. trade transports, new england patriots outlast baltimore ravens. plus major league baseball stands the rookie hazing ritual. we will have that story. lauren: tuesday, december 13th welcome to transcendent, your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lea: donald trump expected to announce his choice for secretary of state. the latest on that and a preview other events on the schedule around connell mcshane. reporter: good morning to you guys. we have been told to expect the ceo rex tillerson to be the to be to paint as publicans and democrats question his business ties to russia and relationship at vladimir putin. the president-elect continues meeting today at trump tower. he will also resume his thank you to her this evening alongside the vice president elect mike pence. the two of them going to wisconsin. along with pennsylvania, michigan certainly was pivotal in putting mr. trump over the top. yesterday the president-elect took me for the democrat and senator joe mention of west virginia and of republican who
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you may not think would agree with him on a number of issues. he ran against in the primaries. >> a fair amount of time talking about china as their most important adversary and a rising adversary. we talked about hacking, whether it's chinese hacking our purported russian hacking. >> outside the building from a few hundred protesters gathered shouting anti-trumps elegance. really the largest gathering of protesters be seen at trump tower in quite some time. we will see what unfolds and keep you updated. for now, back to you guys in the studio. >> trump also plans to nominate former texas governor rick perry. prepared eliminating during his unsuccessful bid for the 2012 republican nomination is one of the agencies they could not remember when he was tried to this. trump has delayed until january january denouncement and how he
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plans to separate himself from his business empire to avoid conflicts of interest many are concerned about. we also want to tell you lou dobbs will have live coverage of trump's rally in wisconsin tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern. >> the recount of the presidential election is over. they showed donald trump's big three over hillary clinton is wider than first thought. >> president-elect trump was plus 837 after the recount hillary clinton was plus seven at six for a decade of 181 for tribe. lauren: trump defeated clinton by nearly 23,000 spent the recount was requested and paid her back and party candidate just died a suggestion without evidence of voting machines in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania three battleground states. the attempt to get recount block to import. the top republicans are voicing
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support for the agencies. mitch mcconnell and house speaker paul ryan. they attacked the cia for concluding that russia interfered with the presidential election. the senate will open a bipartisan investigation into a matter. >> only speak for myself. the rush is speak for all of these issues but they do not wish us well. lea: criticizing reports about the finding fame it's an attempt to deny president-elect trump's win. lauren: scary moments last night after diverted to john f. kennedy international airport. because of the bomb threat they were heading to houston when the threat was called in to have orders in germany. the website just airplane was taken to a remote area of the airport for 530 passengers and crew were evacuated.
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the plane was searched. nothing suspicious was found in the passengers are being taken care of. >> currency crisis is gripping venezuela. nicholas maduro ordering a bill worth about three u.s. cents out of circulation. they would destroy what he claims are smuggling claims with food and gasoline in venezuela which is then resold as they mark a period closing the border of colombia to keep the bill from being brought back into the country. >> former ceo joe petrosky predict oil prices will rise to $75 a barrel by the end of this year. here is why. >> it's very bullish. amanda is back in the u.s. rather strongly. world demand is that it there are supply problems apart from the opec agreement.
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venezuela is a basket case. mexico's production is falling off a cliff. russia is struggling to meet production quotas. so i think china's demand is strong. >> is essentially calling for a $20 bill increase in the next couple of days. u.s. gas prices on the march upward that the average price for regular gas expected to be three bucks a gallon early next year. aaa says right now the price is $2.21. it did go up 14 days in a row instead flat overnight. lea: microsoft cofounder bill gates cofounder bill gates and other leaders launch it when billion dollars clean technology fund. the fund called breakthrough energy ventures to invest in companies developing low-cost, low carbon technologies. other investors include jet set. alibaba group chairman jack.
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apple is taking a different approach to investing in the south talks to invest $100 billion fund run by and china telecom softbank. the fence will be investing in disruptive tech allergies. the move at the silicon valley cash into what would be the world largest technology fund that plans to shift in the investing strategy until recently focused on small stakes demand tech companies. global market action overnight. asia stocks with all that there is on the board. the shanghai composite up almost one 10th of 1%. denis k. a pop of 1%. hang seng in hong kong up fractionally and the cost be up half of 1%. lea: data out of the u.k. with the highest level since 2014. up 11 points. the cac in paris at 33. the dax up 90 points this morning. investors around the world are
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waiting on our meeting which kicks off today. >> indeed they are. start market futures booklet says. nasdaq futures higher by 16. oil prices this year 42%. $52.96 a barrel up by 12 cents today. we have the agreement from alpaca non-opec nations. we will see if they live up to the deal. $1159 an ounce. >> investors -- american express the latest company offering perks her parents. not getting paid maternal parental leave for up to 20 weeks of the new policy starts january 1st and follows improvement to companies that cannot links adobe systems and hilton hotels. >> a deal in for that group for five eastern european friends from anheuser-busch price tag $7.8.
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the largest purchase of an operation by japanese or were with regular approval but the nature $100 billion takeover. lea: but when one of the stocks today climbing 1% and the company announced plans to increase the quarterly dividend by 30%. the share buyback programs. quest diagnostics is investigating the date of reach involving one of its web applications. medical companies as diverse a half information about 34,000 people ask us. the data is being fake names, date of birth and very private test result. lauren: let's look at headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." computer services on the island nation. officials hurried to complete the deal to put servers in cuba
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before president obama leaves office at the executives pullout of some obamacare exchanges. the antitrust trial proposed merger with justice justice department officials said at a decided not to participate in the exchange is to avoid antitrust claims. at no officials say they pulled out the 11 state exchanges for business reasons. augmented reality enters the work place. special classes display diagrams on factory floors to conduct quality control checks and products. one of the companies has likened quality control checks of up to 20% faster using special glasses. >> president-elect donald trump has promised to roll back part of a regulation. how long will that take? >> it takes a long time to make a rule, too.
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lea: peter barnes will have the story. a storm story. it's drinks en masse across the country later this week. fox news senior meteorologist janice dean has her forecast. u.s. stock market futures added the opening bell. dow futures higher by 67. nasdaq higher by 16. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. oil is up for you 5303 a barrel. ♪ [vo] quickbooks introduces jeanette.
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lauren: good morning. quarter to 6:00 in new york could president-elect donald trump expected to announce a nominate for secretary of state finally today. the transition tells fox news that exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson will be to pick putting an end to one of the biggest political guessing games out there. lea: named rick. as energy secretary. stay tuned. meanwhile action recounts in wisconsin and pennsylvania are over. wisconsin finalized the recount which is trumpeting clinton by 22,000 votes. pennsylvania officials certified
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the win after a judge rejected the green party request to recount those dollars. apple reportedly considering investing in a $100 billion fund being created by softbank of japan. "the wall street journal" reports that sought a quantity is defined to invest in emerging technologies. apple has discussed a billion dollars. see how stock index futures are doing. dow futures up 71 points. looking at bar records potentially today. s&p futures reversing course yesterday coming back today. s&p futures up six points. you can see the market is at the third of 1% across-the-board as the fed starts day one of its policy meeting. the last one of the year today and tomorrow. >> thank you, lauren. as this is hearing about the prospect of the incoming trump administration cutting regulations. how hard would that be? peter burns of the story.
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>> a nice interview the president-elect reiterated regulations. >> will be reducing regulations. those regulations. this is a the nice visit doing it. this is way down. >> on the campaign trail, mr. trump claims he could go back regulation by 70%. estimates of the cost of the economy rents tens of billions of dollars from the obama administration to $2 trillion according to one private study. one measure of federal regulation as the federal register come official publication for governor roles. president obama pages fell 30% from about 68,000 to nearly 90,000. they will repeal some most by executive order. some of the day takes off while others will take longer to undo. >> president-elect will have a
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100 minute agenda and a 100 day agenda. it takes a long time to come make a rule. that is true. on the other hand, you could get congress to legislate. >> the administration saying it is committed to ensuring regulations are smart enough that it intended to advance statutory goals in the most cost effective and efficient manner that they minimize the insurgency and apply sound principles to protect public health, safety command environment and other critical aspects of society. back to you in new york. >> thank you, peter. the baltimore ravens with major league baseball with a hazing ritual. tens of fans around the world. the new name for these independent twins. they'll never guess that the
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names are. we will tell you more when they come back. you are watching and "fbn:am."
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lea: welcome back to "fbn:am." i really like this 100 days. two cubs recently named after their 100 days of being alive. everyone made these adorablecubh public voting campaign. they launched a campaign with the seven main groups.
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they earned over half of the 23,000 votes cast around the world. i look at which i think is a lot more sense that the combination happy, joyful elegant, adorable pandas. >> makes me happy this morning. get them off the screen so we can give you just the latest in sports. tom brady and the patriots facing baltimore ravens. putting the rabies in the first quarter. cannot takes and takes a hand up the stack in the end zone by gawker brand for safety. attention to field goal, but here comes like a deer he seeps over the ravens front line and block it. third-quarter ravens announced a comeback. ravens to 2317. later in the forthcoming tom brady delivers state. -- his software to 79-yard
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touchdown. but he throws for a six-yard and the win. los angeles rams moved the team firing. head coach jeff fisher after four seasons for sunday's embarrassing balkans. does it the final call. the decision comes months after the rams gave fisher a contract extension. john stossel will take over for the final three games. chris paul and the clippers versus the trail blazers. this had to come back. i laid down by 34th quarter is paid clippers up on. chris paul gets the rebound past and the clippers go on to win 121-118. >> what a drag. yes that's a play on words. talking about the baseball hazing ritual addressing a as wonder woman, girls and dallas
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cowboys cheerleaders. major league a spell has created an anti-hazing and anti-rolling policy that prohibits the part is. it's part of the new labor deal. the bid as part of this crack on behavior that could be construed as bullied for humiliating biplane on gender stereotypes. also forcing them to a just unwanted substances. i had to drink a bottle of tabasco. so i can appreciate that. lauren: i heard milk helps. lea: i don't think i had not that i had water. the northern plains to move to the northeast producing. janice dean has the latest. good morning. >> you have your warning because here it comes. current temperatures across canada on its way up. minus 20 here and it sinking southward.
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my mr. right now. 20 chicago, and buildings. that's the current temperature, not just the windshield here derrida's across the northern plains. minus two, minus 20 as you factor in the winds. feels much colder as the cold air moves in and that is going to be dangerous. high-pressure colder than the one before being reinforced by this next high-pressure paint the next area of high pressure will take us far south again in florida. the past 24 hours we say goodbye to this terms of some of the mouse across the southeast. they will move into baghdad tomorrow. as we head across the west coast, that will be the next one. again, not a pattern that the big news, the big headline is the cold air will sink as far
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south as the gulf coast in moving across the east coast single-digit teens by friday. ladies, back to you. lea: coming up, we will hand it over to warnings with maria. (gasp) shark diving! xerox personalized employee portals help companies make benefits simple and accessible... from anywhere. hula dancing? cliff jumping! xerox human resource services... ...soon to be conduent. which allergy? eees. bees? eese. trees? eese. xerox helps hospitals use electronic health records so doctors provide more personalized care. cheese? cheese! xerox healthcare services... ...soon to be conduent.
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their meeting. maria: they do. i'm maria bartiromo, thank you so much for being was. it's tuesday december 13th. senate majority mitch mcconnell weighed in on the process. >> well, i have been impressed with the nomination so far and we will have to see who is named as secretary of state and obviously treat with whoever that is with respect. let's wait until we get nominees. i think of the nominees that we were aware of, i think optimistic that they'll all be confirmed. maria more plus president-elect trump postposing conference about business on inauguration

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