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lauren: breaking news this morning. donald trump and anthony japanese billionaire will create thousands of jobs in the u.s. happy thursday. i am lauren simonetti. dagen: and i am dagen mcdowell and 477. the israeli settlements as tensions between the u.s. and israel continued to rise. lauren: in hollywood, mourning the loss of screen legend debbie reynolds. she died one day after her daughter, carrie fisher died. dagen: starts closing lower yesterday. we have slight losses across the
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board. lauren: and asia, hong kong stocks to edge higher. however, check out japan. the nikkei down 1.3%. dagen: crude oil falling down 13 cents a barrel after a report yesterday showed a surprise built in this country's crude inventory. 5393 or cost of crude. lauren: or 10 year treasury yield at 2.84%. dagen: u.s. retailers to have their best holiday season in years. what's behind that move? lauren: miami hurricanes as they try to win their first bowl game since 2006. dagen: 5:01 a.m. in new york city december 29th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: donald trump announced in my jobs for american workers. sprint will move thousands of jobs back to the u.s.
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>> he said because it is jobs in this country. >> the jobs that mostly come from customer service and sales. the ceo of bank of japan is actually owned and also controls the new company won by a peer trump says the company will hire 3000 u.s. workers. that when the founder of one whether the executive chairman joins neil cavuto today on coast-to-coast. trump also told reporters he had a great conversation with president obama. >> he called me. we had a very, very good. and i actually thought we covered a lot of territory. >> the president and the president-elect or crashing lately but everything just fine.
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next month to discuss his plans to separate himself from his differences. >> secretary of state john kerry and prime minister benjamin netanyahu put the blame game over the stalled peace process in the middle east. the war of words coming after the commitment to a two state solution. the obama administration saying that the only way to peace. this is in a blistering speech kerry gave defending the u.s. decision not to veto a u.n. vote condemning israeli settlements. benjamin netanyahu wasting no time passing comments is unbalanced. here is what netanyahu spokesman had to say last night. >> secretary kerry took up a lot of time blaming israel for the supposed it crime of living in their ancient homeland of judeo. the actual core conflict remains that the refusal to accept a
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jewish state in a new boundary. president-elect donald trump in a kerry speech with the treatment unfair. you look at resolutions in the united nations and what top 10. they are other nations that are horrible places. they haven't even been reprimanded. i think it's very unfair to israel. trump urged the jewish state to stay strong until the inoculation. readying its retaliation against russia for alleged interfering in a presidential election. expected to include sanctions,
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cybermeasures and, soon as today. rather than retaliate, the u.s. should just move on. >> i think we have to get on with our lives. google age of computer where nobody knows exactly what's going on. >> the fate of any new sanctions remains unclear as to types into the bypass and a little more than three weeks from now. dagen: more sad news. actress debbie reynolds has passed away. only one day after the death of her daughter, carrie fisher. the actress is known mostly for her role in singing in the rain. >> it's more name. >> and what a lovely morning. ♪
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dagen: does not make you smile? debbie reynolds is known for the unthinkable molly brown, last reported the the screen actors skilled lifetime achievement award which was presented to her by her daughter. reynolds was after he sends home in beverly hills. apparently discussing funeral arrangements when she fell ill and suffered what doctors believe to be a stroke. one fan said a separate death. >> no. once to outlive their children. i have heard that her last words were that i want to be with kerry and now she is. it's inappropriate for hollywood story. dagen: let's hope he was riding in a better place together. lauren: there is such thing as dying of a broken heart. two soldiers killed in a
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military yesterday. >> the apache helicopter crashed into the water terminal. is it that deepest sympathy that we tell you both service members on board the aircraft are deceased. our thoughts and prayers are with their families. lauren: the incident still under investigation. the men's names have not been released into a keep you updated on developments as we get them. dagen: and at least 32 people in a boxing match today and the philippines. two bombs exploded during the match in the central philippines part of a roman catholic holiday festival. a police spokeswoman from the province has said they recovered an 81-millimeter mortar cartridge is so as a cell phone use to detonate the homemade bomb. no one as of now has claimed responsibility for the attack.
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philippine forces have been placed on alert amid long-standing offenses again muslim militants in the region. lauren: a tough couple stories. global american action overnight. the news remains tough. most of that aspiration is pitching a composite down two tenths of 1%. you can't depend on 1.3%. the currency strengthening there. the hang seng in hong kong both up about a 10, but at the ore than 1%. dagen: me of losses across the board in europe. they are all headed nowhere. the biggest loser at the moment being the dax in germany of 131%. dagen: lauren: we have today and tomorrow and it's proving to be very difficult. data features on 14 points. yesterday 111 points. s&p futures are not even one point. nasdaq futures done this morning. >> oils slipping a little bit down 10 cents a barrel.
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gold moving up $8.10 an ounce. >> the grisly murder of 6-year-old beauty queen jonbenet ramsey captivated the nation 20 years ago. now her older brother firemen in the $2 million defamation suit against cbs. the primetime for our special falsely accused him of murdering his sister back in 1996. seeking 750 million in damages paid the ramsey family a crucially -- officially cleared but the case remains unsolved. dan: fish oil, one of the supplement of the best they can know might be a good thing if you're there. a new study had a dark monitor the health of children for five years after birth whose mothers had taken an oil supplement. olive oil supplement their fish oil. the fish oil outperformed the counterpart of 17% of children in the fish oil group having
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persisted view state are asthma compared to 24% in the olive oil group. that's a 34% reduction as% reduction as the cases which if you know anyone who has that can be a huge help. dagen: you probably encountered crowds in your shopping excursions over the holidays. research firm suggest we are just getting started. people are shopping now at rates not seen in 10 years, flocking to stores, going online and it's not just for holiday returns. spending before christmas eve is lower than average pigmented peril, home furnishings that. jewelry sales down from a year ago. consumer confidence hits highest level since the month before 9/11 2001. this could have something to do with expectations of job growth in the u.s. and of course the new administration. dagen: president-elect took credit for that too by the way. a look at headlines in today's
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edition of "the wall street journal." shares of toshiba plunging after the company warned it might take the multibillion dollar cost overruns and missed deadlines. the u.s. nuclear business. zakat in any settlement with u.s. prosecutors of the company's defective airbags. sources tell in "the wall street journal" at deal to resolve the criminal case could come early next year. they have been linked to love and death in 100 injuries in the u.s. house flipping is making a comeback along with the housing market. the number of investors to of investors who flipped a home in the first nine months of 2016 reaching the highest level since 2007. one third of the deals were financed with debt a percentage that seen in a year. lauren: the average profit, $60,000 per home. not too shabby.
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dagen: dogcatcher on capital at risk. borrow the entire amount. lauren: a staffing crisis in the restaurant business that the government predicting 200,000 more line cooks and chefs will be needed in the next figures as the number of restaurants continue to grow. the shortage is partly due to the high cost of culinary school and years of long hours in the kitchen. >> it's not what she see on tv. paragraph bobby flay for many of these kitchens. it is really just black and hard and hot. lauren: a major winter snowstorm buried down in the middle east before new year's weekend. the latest forecast coming out. you are watching "fbn:am." gers. want to charge me extra to itemize my deductions?
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>> and it's 5:15 a.m. in new york on thursday morning. president-elect donald trump says his upcoming president he is boosting u.s. jobs. speaking from his florida state last night and he announced sprint is bringing $5000 back to the united states while one will be hiring american workers. already strained u.s.-israeli relations now beating new lows after secretary of state john kerry accused benjamin netanyahu authority and peace in the middle east. stood by the u.s. decision to abstain from the u.n. vote condemning israeli settlement.
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we are remembering hollywood icon debbie reynolds this morning. she starred opposite gene kelley and in 1852 musical singing in the rain so dear to so many of us. after the death of her title, it saturday. confirming the sadness of this quote. she is now with kerry and we are all hope broke in. debbie reynolds was 84 years old. let's check in on stock index futures. dow futures down 10 points after 111-point yesterday. moving to the upside on most days, especially recently. nasdaq futures down three points but there's hope for the s&p. completely unchanged. is today the day of 20,000? let's hope. dagen: i want to get it done before the new year. the food industry reaching a boiling point. not enough cooks in the kitchen. the shortages caused by a perfect storm. what is the detail?
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anita vogel has it now. >> reran louis restaurant in west los angeles. many having trouble hiring people to work in the kitchen. nowadays even aspiring chefs don't want to work their way up the food chain. >> here we have jaime. right now he is a light coat. due to the nature of the shortage of line cooks, use my right hand man. >> like many others across the nation has trouble finding your aspiring chefs willing to get their hands dirty. >> is that what you see on tv. there is nobody plays in this kitchen. it is wet and hard and hot. >> it is the same story with a leg to keep both at the manhattan eateries brimming with old italian recipes. but also worries about finding enough help you >> the long hours they getting
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paid 15 to 22 to $25 an hour. it's not where people are not earning. it's just a very difficult job. >> a good labor statistics estimates 2000 or cooks will be needed in the next eight years but the supply has been shocked by the high cost of culinary school, while wages and no one else on their own that aspiring baker brick a hex. >> at the time we graduate, we've kind of done that already. now let's branch out. >> these are students who saw how their parents were impacted by the recession of 2008. they are completely entrepreneurial in spirit. they go out and start something on their own. >> kitchen staff with an increased minimum wage minimum wage along with rising health care costs which get passed down to you the customer.
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coming up, an early exit last night, carmelo anthony will show you some of the other highlights and scores. china getting ready for the year of the rooster that bears an uncanny likeness to our next president. what do you think? we will explain coming out. data features on the last trading day are down 11 points but the average is up almost 14% this year. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ [vo] quickbooks introduces jeanette
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lauren: donald trott made more than one impression is that one impression as a gigantic bird sculpture. check it out, resembling an inspired by the president-elect. the attraction has become so popular just in time for the rooster with the earphone in january 28. designer told the media he was inspired with the unmistakable hairstyle and hand gestures. they are making smaller replica. in 2004 in "saturday night live" called trance house of leaves. it actually bears a resemblance and it's really funny actually.
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let's look at the world of sports right now. the atlanta hawks beating the new york knicks in overtime. carmelo anthony ejected after hitting the face while fighting for a rebound in the second quarter. dwight howard had 16 points, 22 rebounds. the final score 102-98. basketball number 21 oregon upsetting ucla on a buzzer beater last night. no timeout by a point from the ucla missing a free throw with nine seconds left. that allowed olympics to nail a three pointer with less than one second on the club. the final 89-87. in college football, miami and made a trout with a 31-14 victory over west virginia. tying a career high, four touchdown passes while completing 24 of 34 passes. west virginia ended the game but
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the hurricanes held the mountaineers to just 230 last night. lauren: before you make your holiday plans, the pitcher thursday forecast. fox senior meteorologist janice dean. i hear his term is about to hit the northeast. reporter: you are right. the mixture of rain along the coast and the next no-fault totals section of the northeast and new england. 36 new york on the 42 in cincinnacincinna ti, 28 in minneapolis. the cold air behind the planes here at the filters and across the rockies in the warmer air ahead of the system. the past 24 hours to see the system brewing here. coming across the great lakes that will transfer its to our coastal storm. our first of the season is going to bring potential for a whole lot of snow to the ski resorts in new england. winter weather at isis, winter storm warnings including boston
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tories made or you could get several inches of snow covered in some cases two feet in the higher elevations of named, vermont, new hampshire. great news for the ski locations and with it the lake affects all is well. wind gusts excessive across the coast. later this evening and into friday. be aware about blowing snow, maybe even blizzard like conditions. reporter: babies come out of here before new year's eve and quieter conditions for the ball drop in new york. back to you. lauren: perfect timing. janice dean comic thank you. dagen: president-elect donald trump making more news on the jobs front. we will tell you which companies are bringing jobs to the u.s. and how many we talk about. tensions between the united states and israel continued to rise. reaction to secretary of state john kerry speech lambasting settlements. checking u.s. stock market futures, the s&p 500 up with
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mixed markets. that was not thease 26 minutes ago. w futures down 10 points. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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dagen: breaking news this morning. donald trump announced in a japanese alien or will create thousands of jobs in the united states. good morning, everybody. i am "fbn:am" and for nicole petallides. lauren: iem lauren simonetti. reacting to john kerry speech as tensions between israel and the u.s. continue to rise. train to hollywood in the entire country warning the lack of screen legend debbie reynolds. she died one day after her daughter, said they passed away. triggered a selloff yesterday doesn't look like a comeback today either. dow futures down six points, but there's your hope.
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the s&p up almost a point. trade to and asia a look at the mixed markets that with one more trading day left this week after asia closed. shanghai and the camera of our being the biggest loser also more than 1%. lauren: oil prices after a build in crude inventories. 5395 a barrel. the 10 year treasury yielded 2.47% while above the 2.5% mark for some time now. u.s. retailers expected to have the best holiday season in years if we will tell you why. dagen: and sports, clashing with the west virginia not near as this hurricane strike to demand their first bowl game since 2006. lauren: 5:31 and 30 seconds. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is living in
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today's markets in the latest breaking news. dagen: donald trump announced in march as for american workers. speaking as more like a listed alongside sports promoter don king, trump says that sprint will move thousands of jobs back to the u.s. >> it is sad because admit they are doing 5000 jobs in the country. dagen: the jobs that mostly come from customer service and sales. but should my yoshi, the ceo of softbank of japan which owns sprint also controls a new company which transcends the higher 3000 workers. we will get more on that piece of news when one web founder and chief -- executive chairman greg weather trends are neil cavuto today. telling reporters he had a great conversation with president obama. >> he called me. we had a very good talk. he was in hawaii.
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it was a very, very nice call. i actually thought they covered a lot of material. dagen: trump saying he'll hold a news conference next month to discuss his plan to separate himself from his businesses. lauren: u.s.-israeli relations reaching new lows the secretary of state john kerry and prime minister benjamin netanyahu is a blame game over the stalled peace process in the middle east. the war of words after kerry questioned netanyahu's commitment to a two state solution in a blistering speech yesterday defending the u.s. decision not to veto a u.n. vote as security council vote condemning israeli settlements. netanyahu wasted no time blasting comments is unbalanced. netanyahu spokesperson was on hannity last night. >> secretary kerry took up a lot of time blaming israel for the supposed it crime of jewish living in their ancient homeland of judeo.
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the core of the conflict is for the palestinian refusal. president-elect donald trump also paints kerry speech calling israel's treatment unfair. >> i'm very strong. i think israel has been treated unfairly. the look of resolutions in the united nations and what is happening. they are up for 20 reprimands and other nations that are horrible places that treat people horribly and haven't even been reprimanded. there's something going on at them for israel. lauren: cannot say that the u.n. and of course israel. he urged them to stay strong until it's an aggravation same june the 20th was around the corner. train to the bike test readiness retaliation against russia for
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alleged election hacking. the actions expected to include sanctions, cybermeasures and diplomatic censure as they could come as soon as today. rather than retaliate, donald trump says the u.s. should just move on. >> i think we have to get on with our lives. the computers are complicated by his very greatly. the whole age of computer has made it for nobody knows exactly what's going on. we haven't gotten to spear brittany. train to the fate of any sanctions remains unclear is trump steps into the white house in a little more than three weeks. lauren: more sad news today. after his debbie reynolds has passed away one day after the death of her daughter, carrie fisher. reynolds was no most notably for her role in singing in the rain. >> it's morning. >> yes. and what a lovely morning.
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♪ lauren: she was also known for the unspeakable molly brown. last year she was awarded the screen actors guild lifetime achievement award presented to her by her daughter. reynolds is that her son's house in beverly hills apparently discussing funeral arrangements but she fell ill and suffered by tap is believed to be a stroke. it was not her first stroke had one fan said this after death. >> no apparent wants to outlive their children. i've heard that her last words were i want to be with kerry and now she is. lauren: debbie reynolds, dead at 84 years old. dagen: two soldiers killed in an
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apache military crash yesterday. >> today at approximately 3:50 p.m. from the texas army national guard apache helicopter crashed into the water off the cruise terminal. it is the third deepest sympathy that we tell you about service members on board the aircraft are deceased. our thoughts and prayers are with her family. train to the incident is still under investigation and the men's names have not been released. we will keep you updated on any development. train for in the philippines, at least 32 people have been in a boxing match today. two bombs exploded during the central philippines which is part of a roman catholic holiday festival. spokesperson from the police from the late province have said they have recovered and 81-millimeter mortar cartridge as well as a cell phone use to death nate the homemade bombs. no method now has claimed responsibility for the attack
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although philippine forces have been placed on alert amid long-standing defenses against muslim militants in the region. train to getting caught up on global market action overnight. fascination with the biggest loser being japanese stocks off one in almost a 3%. lauren: let's check out european stocks. the ftse in london then fractionally. the cac in paris a 10th of 1%. dagen: stock market futures searching for direction it makes markets right now. a nine-point loss on the dow futures. searching for the 20,000 mark. s&p futures have ticked up into positive territory. lauren: the s&p is up 10% this year. let's check on commodities. imap error for gold. downer for oil just under $54 a barrel. train to moving onto this story. the grisly murder of the six-year-old beauty queen
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jonbenet ramsey captivated this country 20 years ago. her older brother of filing a multibillion dollars defamation suit. the network's primetime for our special fuss they accused him of murdering his sister back in 1996. burke is seeking $750 million in damages. the ramsey family was officially cleared of suspicion in 2008, but the case remains unsolved. >> fish oil, one of the supplements that now might be good to take if you are pregnant. a new study monitored the health of children for five years after birth to mothers had taken an olive oil supplement or they took fish oil. the facia outperformed its counterpart was 17% of children having persistent wheezing or asthma compared to 24% in the olive oil group. that's a 30% reduction in as the cases, which if you know anyone who has the could be a huge help.
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now you know. dagen: may be beneficial for christmas. you're probably encountering crowds this holiday season, the firm suggests we are just getting started. people shop at rates not seen in about a decade flocking to stores and websites are not just for holiday return. spending before december 24th is lower than average the home furnishings for a great jewelry sales down from a year ago. consumer confidence is at its highest since august of 2001 and saying this could have something to do with expectations of job growth in the united states with the new administration. i've had the confidence number was so high. the expectations again cannot dramatically lessened economy. lauren: are you shopping mark? dagen: now. i did get a gift yesterday. was a fabulous pilot tequila
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with a decanter. i didn't drink any of the tequila since we got up at 3:00 in the morning. just clearing that up. lauren: i don't know about that. today's edition of "the wall street journal." toshiba shares plunging after they might take a multibillion dollars write-down following cost overruns at westinghouse. the u.s. nuclear business. zakat annuity settlement with u.s. prosecutors over his defective airbags. sources say the deal to resolve the criminal case could come early next year. airbags have been meant to lead to death in 100 injuries in the u.s. and sent shrapnel into the air. resident at donald trump of in the department of veteran affairs to a privatization according to trump's transition team. major veterans groups would oppose that policy decision. dagen: bundle up, everybody. people of the northeast. cold in the studio.
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a winter storm is headed your way expected to bring heavy snow and strong winds. we look at the latest forecast from the fox weather center in janice dean just ahead. >> would use the smartphone to order pizza committed to your exact location, but it may be a different story and offer at a church. i'll explain coming out. dagen: checking your stock index futures down. s&p. you are watching trans and, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine.
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dagen: 5:45 a.m. in new york city. love to you, but it's happening right now. donald trumps in this upcoming presidency is used in u.s. jobs. speaking from his florida state last night, trump announcing that sprint is bringing 5000 jobs back to the united states. one will be hiring 3000 individuals. already strained u.s.-israel relations hitting new lows this morning after secretary of state john kerry accused israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu authority and peace in the middle east. kerry also said that the u.s.
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decision to abstain from the u.n. vote condemning israeli sentiment. remembering hollywood icon debbie reynolds. reynolds starred opposite gene kelley and donald o'connor in the 1952 musical singing in the rain died a day after the death. reynolds sent confirming the sad news saying she is now with her and we are all heartbroken. debbie reynolds was 84 years of age. checking u.s. stock market futures added the opening bell. opening bell appears that makes markets but very shallow trading. show a loss on the doubt just five points at the moment. that is what is happening now. lauren: thanksgiving day can print a phone call between life and death. should 91 9-1-1 operators be able to pinpoint your exact location? it's not that easy. jonathan perry has details. >> checking in on facebook, or smartphones gps campaign put your exact location. but when you call 9-1-1, operators may have no idea where you are.
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between 70% to 80% of all emergency calls made on cell phones. >> 9-1-1, what is the address of your emergency? then you go to the wrong 9-1-1 center. current technology uses cell towers to determine where you mark, but they tower your phone pains may be miles away or even in another jurisdiction. >> i'm going to have to lauren: to the city of rockwell because you're outside of our jurisdiction. a test called an offer that the 9-1-1 center where there were at least three mr. right calls in the two hours we were there. >> this is jonathan sarah fox is doing a test. can you show me what addresses on your computer. >> would show your cell tower location at 3129 milton parkway. >> more than a mile away from where i was chanting. we conducted a second test from the startup laser 9-1-1.
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>> can you tell me the address that popped up on your screen is >> is time she operated her exact location immediately. >> the phone is very good at understanding where it is. the phone tells her system where it is in our system the cellular network is to transmit the data necessary to complete the call. >> the amount of time spent in the 9-1-1 center getting to the right location is time wasted getting responders to the scene. >> the federal communications commission estimates a one minute improvement in 9-1-1 response times could save more than 10,000 lives a year. the fcc has mandated by 2021 9-1-1 centers must identify at least 80% of emergency collars. even so that means as many as one in five could still fall through the cracks. an alternative, georgia, fox news. lauren: asked a reporter. thank you. dagen: early exit for carmelo
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anthony. we have some details another highlight in sports. china getting ready to mark the years of rooster with a sculpture -- reducing download site? we'll explain. maybe we will explain. we've got mixed markets that mixed markets think the gal featured on two points at this moment. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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dagen: president-elect seems to have made more than one impression on citizens of china. here on display is a gigantic bird sculpture be something that inspired the president-elect. the attraction has become quite popular with tourists and shoppers just in time for the year of the rooster with the chinese lunar new year following a january 28th. the designer of the statute told members of the media that he was inspired by trumps hairstyling hand gestures that are replicas are available to visitors and stores and again the house of wings on "saturday night live" was like 12 years ago when a host day. it just reminds me -- it just evokes that. dagen: the year of the rooster tribe, i would add that. i wonder how much they are selling it for. let's take a look at the latest in sports at atlanta hawks the new york knicks in overtime.
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ejected after hitting in the face while fighting for a rebound in the second quarter. great howard had 16 points, 22 rebounds. final score 102-98. college basketball number 21 or again. no timeouts and or again down by one point. ucla missing a free throw with nine seconds on the clock. but allow celebrex to nail a three pointer with less than one second place in the final score here 89-87. miami finally ending a 10 year drought with a 31-14 win over west virginia. completing 2434, west virginia entered the game averaging more than 500 yards a game. the huicanes told th
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mountaineers to just 230 last night. dagen: the northeast facing a major winters torn. fox senior senior meteorologist janice dean joins us with the various other details. good morning. >> good morning. the good news is we will be out of here by friday. good conditions for the new year celebrations. you can see where we got this final system relatively warm air. depending on the temperature that's going to be the difference between rain and snow in all snow. past 24 hours you can see the system moving across until the northeast until upstate new york after his upstate new york up towards main. user forecast temperature and radar the next couple hours as we head into the afternoon and into the evening. the server crank up overnight tonight. coastal areas could be when guys in excess of 30 to 40 miles per
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hour. a difficult situation if you are traveling and also potential for heavy snow across the bow. forecast precipitation in the rain and then big snowfall totals for the mountains of west virginia as well as new hampshire and maine. new york city forecast today looking good for the rest of the weekend. a long weekend as we head into my main temperatures around seasonal average from year to see the ball dropped 38 degrees, cloudy sky is certainly not the warmest new year's have ever seen. the coldest was back in 1917 to one degree of the coldest windchill was minus 21. the seasonal average is no rain or snow in the forecast. back to you. lauren: you are so close together in times square. where did they go to the bathroom? that's a huge question. lauren: i know the answer. the same place nascar drivers do. porter parties?
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adult diapers? dagen: yes, ma'am. some people wear adult diapers in times square. in times square. you raised the issue. sorry. lauren: coming up, we will hand it over to "mornings withhey'lln maria." your refund. file your taxes for free with credit karma tax.
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lauren: google it. sandra: put your running shoes on and get up here. dagen: i'm getting. sandra: good morning, everybody, i'm sandra smith in for maria bartiromo. thursday december 29th. rising tensions between u.s. and israel as john kerry defends the decision to let israel condemn settlement. >> we cannot properly protect israel if we allow a two-state solution in our own eyes. >> i wish i could be comforted by the promise that the u.s. says we will not bring resolutions to the un. we have uncontestable evidence that the united states, organized, advanced and brought

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