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lauren: breaking news this morning. for people in custody in chicago in connection with the racially charged anti-trump graphic attack live streamed on facebook. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. train to good morning. awful video. donald trump plans to read them as he tweaked again about his doubt that russia had to the democrats. lauren: markets, less than 60 points away from 20,000 yesterday after gaining 62 points. see how futures are fearing by six-point. you do have s&p and nasdaq
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teachers ever so slight below are appeared drained to the nikkei dropped 131%. in%. china's shanghai composite up one quarter of 1%. lauren: oil rising 1.7%. danny quarter% note. 2.43%. a tale of two retail giants, macy's is closing with a 60 brick-and-mortar stores and shopping at amazon plans to open another bookstore at this time in new york city. we'll have that story. >> russell westbrook trails in the head with a basketball and it's a technical foul. all the highlight of the center versus the charlotte hornets. lauren: 5:01 a.m. in new york. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: for people now in custody in chicago in connection with the racially charged anti-trump attack. it was broadcast on facebook life. disturbing and graphic video and runs about 10 minutes long shows a white man tied up with his mouth covered, cowering in the corner of his attackers all african-american convicted back attackers all african-american convicted back in chatting antiwhite and anti-trump messages as they kick and punch this man who authorities say is mentally challenged. there's a chicago police have to say about the video. >> and 16. did that make you wonder what individuals to treat someone that way. i've been a coffin i've seen things you shouldn't see but it still amazes me. you still see things pages shouldn't. i'm not going to say it shocked me that it was sickening. lauren: no doubt.
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it does not allow users to celebrate a glorified crimes on the site and remove the video for the exact reason. it's already been viewed over 62,000 times. lauren: president-elect donald trump reportedly looking to revamp america's top spy agencies. sources close to the the transition team citroen plans to restructure the good office of james clapper. sharply critical of u.s. intelligence agencies and has dismissed claims that russia interfered in the presidential election to help them when paired the allegations a russian hacking will be front and center today at center today at a hearing on capitol hill. clapper and mike rogers, head of the u.s. cyber command are among the witnesses called to testify. meanwhile, president obama will be briefed today by intelligence officials on the report here to boston into those allegations that russian metals into the election by hacking from democrat e-mails.
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former u.n. passenger to the u.n. james bolton, also fox news contributor weighed in on after the bell. >> this is simply the last in a series of severus -- from the cyberwarfare approach is that they come in the i ran into north korea has made over the last eight years i have gone unanswered. lauren: donald trump will be briefed tomorrow. nicole: the federal reserve on how the incoming administration could affect our economy. more from peter burns. donald trumps election and had an impact to raise a quarter-point at last month and raised its forecast for more rate increases this year from two victory. the fed released the minutes from its december meeting yesterday. they showed members wrestled with the insurgency around the competition of potential fiscal stimulus. in no spread almost all members also indicated the uidrisks to their forecast for ecomic
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growth had increased as a result of prospects for more expansionary fiscal policies in coming years. half of the participants incorporated more expansionary fiscal policy in the forecast. many participants weren't stimulus might push growth in sustainable levels training in print rates so low that it might instill inflationary pressures to type more quickly. as for downside risks, minute show fed members concerned about increases in the dollar which could hurt u.s. exports and economic growth. back to you in new york. lauren: what the future of obamacare, high-level meetings on capitol hill would get the latest from blake irving. >> president obama will make it look very well amount to his last trip to capitol hill as president. the goal strategize with democrats on how to save the health care law that is synonymous with the same. the president telling democrat
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to look out for the american people. simultaneously the vice president-elect mike pence that with republicans on how to repeal and replace obamacare. republicans say the plan to overturn the law is already in the works, but democrats contend a piecemeal approach will lead to chaos. >> we are working right now, the white house staff is on a series of executive orders that will enable the orderly transition to take place even as the congress appropriately debates alternatives and replacement of obamacare. >> republicans will soon learn that you can keep the good parts of the aca and remove the rest of the law and still have it work. that is what they are struggling with and that's why they're not going anywhere. nicole: mr. pencil gop members that mr. trump wants to repeal trio on his desk by
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february 20th. back to you in your ear on the roadside as officially hired. she's a famously combative apprentice contestant i will be joining a trump white house to help with public outrage. her official title will be assisted to the president drug indications for the office of public liaison. she knows that job well. >> he wants to connect with americans. he wants to hear what their issues are and we are going to fight for them. my goal is to continue the work of the student already on the campaign and with the national diversity coalition. nicole: this notable appearance at a church in detroit. lauren: the obama administration moving detainees at guantánamo bay, lauren: post prisoners to saudi
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arabia in the next 24 hours and aiming to send as many as night teen detainees to at least four countries before donald trump takes office in a little over two weeks from now. if the transfers go according to plan, 40 prisoners will remain at the prison despite obama's pledge to close it. trump has said he wants to keep it open and loaded up with some bad dudes. >> federal investigators trying to find out why a crowded long island rather train crash at the end of platform as it pulled into major transportation hub in new york city. the rush-hour train crashed as it entered a determinedly in brooklyn yesterday intrigued about 100 people. ntsb officials say it could take three to seven days to investigate the scene before they determine what caused the accident. >> fortunately everybody was okay. two up two down in a show. a 1.5% gain in hong kong for the hang seng.
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and china's shanghai composite gained two tenths of 1%. services pmi number coming in at the best level since the summer of 2015. the something .4% in south korea because they done to tenths of 1%. nicole: in europe, a screen early in the morning of financial technology under some pressure. the ftse was the best of the bunch at the up and trying to give it a go up nearly two tenths of 1%. the dax up one 10th of 1% in germany and the cac flipped to the positive. not even one full point. lauren: u.s. stock market futures searching for direction today aside point. less than 33 points away from a new record close on the 50th point shy of the 20,000 milestone. the s&p is down not even a point in the premarket. one point away from his record close and you have not set you have not set features some one point this morning. nicole: oil and gold. next-paragraph oil closed at 5
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cents. gold can stay bugs. lauren: the country's largest department store chain is slashing more than 10,000 jobs. they say suffered another season of disappointing holiday sales. the latest job cuts are part of its continued to cut costs and close 100 stories. this is wants to use the savings to beef up online operations. shares down a lot of love and% on the news and extended clothing. shares of holes punched about 15% after close warned of weak holiday sales as well. nicole: bases may be getting out of brick-and-mortar but amazon is getting rated. the retail giant to open its first new york city bookstore this spring and columbus circle. manhattan location joins three in seattle, put them in san diego as well as massachusetts and chicago. apple tv mandate it removed "the
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new york times" that from this doors. the times website has been blocked since 2012 following the publication of a report about china's leaders and families and both english-language chinese apps are gone from the itunes store. the move highlights how much power china has other tech companies want some tech companies choose to not do business in china, others consider the country too big to ignore. last quarter china accounted for a fifth of apple's overall revenue. nicole: walgreens alliance is one of the fax we are keeping a close eye on. the drug searching to report hair quarter earnings. investors looking for any update on walgreens purchase of reggae. and also corporate results from constellation brands the maker of, wine and spirits. they adjusted in october due to strong demand for carina and modelo. also here for months into this
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morning. the agrochemical giant expected to earn a share a year ago loss of revenue rising 2% to nearly $2.3 billion. lauren: jeff flock looks at why automakers like to set up shop south of the border. >> perhaps not surprising that does turn out that making cars in mexico is a lot cheaper for a lot of reasons. lauren: liz claman at the consumer electronic show in las vegas almost 4000 exhibitors. it opens up in a few hours to issue out the hot tech transfer in the show. you are watching "fbn:am." see how at quickbooks-dot-com.
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laen: 5:15 on the dot. torture light streamed on facebook. chicago police say four african-americans are in custody today for allegedly tying up in torturing a mentally disabled white man and men shouting obscenities about white people in donald trump. this video is graphic and we do apologize for that. one of the suspects reported the disturbing attacks on broadcast it for all to see and they spoke life. officials say they are considering charging suspects with a hate crime. president-elect donald trump reportedly working on shrinking the nation's top spy agency.
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"the wall street journal" reported trump plans to restructure the office of the director of national intelligence headed by james clapper. trump has been critical of agencies and has dismissed their claims that russia interfered in the presidential election to help him win. macy's is also getting smaller. the retailer says it's cutting 10,000 jobs and moving ahead with closing dozens of stories after yet another weak holiday shopping season. macy's will use the savings to focus on its online operations instead. let's check in on stock market futures. retailers will be under pressure with bad news. we have dow futures slightly higher for points today, 20,000 still inside. s&p futures are not even a point. nasdaq futures down not even the point. nicole: on the makers seem to be looking to keep jobs in the united states. does that make the most economic sense?
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jeff flock is crushing the numbers. reporter: for medical, we've been diving into the numbers are not surprised it does turn out taking cars in mexico is cheaper for a lot of reasons. not the least of which the cost to make the car. the center for automated research data just the for fusion, they could not in mexico compared to the u.s.a. that the neighbor about $600 her car. the savings for auto parts because there's so many auto parts makers down there. about $1500 a car. it costs more to ship it back to the u.s. but when all is said and done it's a savings of over a thousand dollars a car to make the ford fusion and mexico. the labor cost 564 for the average worker in mexico compared to $27 for the average u.s. autoworker. when you could make a plantlike ford was about to do, they would invest $1.6 billion in a plant in mexico. over the savings have been for
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them? factory labor last day that 87% of the construction of the fact jury would've cost about 80% last in mexico compared to the u.s. the cost of the property to rent to run about 55% last. corporate taxes lower in mexico. not quite as much done 14% compared to u.s. the only thing that would've cost more would've been utilities. state-run utilities and mexico priced pretty high up by 70%. donald trump talks a lot about tariffs and free traders kind of freak out when he talks about a 35% tariff shifting of the car into the u.s. that's not made here. take a look at the tariffs when it comes to shipping cars to brazil. if we ship a car like ford or gm here in the u.s. and ship it to the direct from here, that's a 35% tariff. if we instead take the same card
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in mexico in the plant we have there, no tariff at all because the reciprocal trade agreements. doesn't sound much like free trade. disney does sound like fair trade. lauren, nicole. nicole: czeslaw clicking into it. thanks, jeff. russell westbrook chosen ahead of the basketball and it's a technical foul for that. highlight some of thunder versus the charlotte hornets game. at the box office p. >> and for today's astronauts will be here for training and it's never been done before. >> a look behind the film and figures about african-american women who played a major role in america's space program. interest in. you are watching "fbn:am" introducing conduent. one of the largest business process companies in the world.
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initiatives that 35.15 rebounds as the founders believed that 123-112. lauren: hidden figures a powerful new movie about african-american women who played a key role about the space program. joining us now, michael taveras sat down with the fabulous members that this cast. >> i did get a lot of superheroes at the box office. these three women do not have capes. to rajiv p. hudson all told me what it was like to be a part of this incredible story. >> isosceles, tetra had trained. >> have never seen a mind that the one your daughter has. you have to seek what she becomes. >> when i saw the trailer i was like wow, didn't know the story and this progressive for the day. the movie you're like not so much. >> it's just amazing to me that the story wasn't told. it's amazing that these women
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are heroes. >> bats. yes. here they are. but they are humans, too. for such societal boundaries to be out this even matter as rigidly as they were as one of the bright taking things when i first read it. >> we are just on our way to work. >> i had no idea. >> quite a few women working in the space program. we hope it serves as an inspiration to young girls and we hope that their that's the best as an opportunity and considers them as a career choice. this man had a rather rural view. i hope the women are inspired and realize that when we are united, we can achieve the extraordinary. >> people watching was suspended they are and maybe come out a little bit well.
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>> there's no particle for women attending. >> there's a real fireball. it's getting hot in here. nicole: great package another. strong women, smart women. how do i care? >> i loved it. this one is nominated for a golden globe. you'll be hearing a lot about it as they get close to the oscars for sure. and it's an uplifting story. small movies like manchester by the sea which is so depressing. this is a story everyone can get behind. lauren: thank you symmetry joining us. nicole: beloved michael, thank you. president obama makes a last-minute push by republicans at a move to repeal it. >> obama carousel. families are hurting. it's a string of broken promises. >> we will have the latest from capitol hill and to retail giant
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shedding over 60 stores and amazon says it's going to open a new store right here in new york city. we will tell you all about it. you are watching "fbn:am." ♪
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nicole: breaking news this morning. for people in custody in chicago in connection with the racially charged anti-attack all live streamed on facebook. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. the nation's top spy agency as he treats about his doubts that russia hacks the democrat. nicole: less than 60 points away from dow 20,000 after gaining 60 points yesterday. u.s. stock market futures going nowhere fast with the dallas down nine points. s&p futures down three.
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lauren: the nikkei down .4% and china's shanghai composite .2%. nicole: os update losing streak was 1.7% for right now it just turned from red back into the green. it is a present that 53.29 a barrel. lauren: field stands at 2.43%. nicole: detailer to retail giants closing over 60 of its brick-and-mortar stores to focus online shopping while amazon plans to open a bookstore in new york city. lauren: in sports, russell westbrook drilled a rats and the head of the basketball and get a technical foul. the highlight for the game. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york and we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets in the latest breaking news. lauren: breaking news this morning is disturbing video. for people in custody in chicago in connection with the racially charged anti-attack broadcast on
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his book life. it's disturbing video, graphic runs 30 minutes long and just a white man mentally disabled tied up with his mouth covered cowering in the corner of a room. his attackers are all african-american and can be heard laughing and chatting antiwhite and anti-donald trump messages as they kicked and punched the man who authorities say is mentally challenged. here's a chicago police had to say about the video. >> a fake name. it makes you wonder what would make individuals treat somebody like that. i've been a cop for 28 years and i've seen things that you shouldn't be in a lifetime but it still amazes me how you still see things that you just shouldn't. i'm not going to say it shocked me. >> is the correspondent said does not allow users to celebrate a glorified crimes than it did remove the video for that exact reason. before it was taken down and had
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been viewed over 62,000 times. nicole: horrific way they should go straight to jail. president-elect donald trump reportedly looking to revamp america's top spy agency. sources close to the transition team citroen plans to -- headed by james clapper. trump has been sharply critical of u.s. intelligence agencies and has dismissed claims that russia interfered in the presidential election to help him to win. allegations of russian hacking will be front and center today at a hearing on capitol hill. mike rogers, head of the u.s. cyber command are among the witnesses called to testify. meanwhile, president obama will be briefed by intelligence officials on the report he ordered last month into allegations that russia and battled into the election by attacking democrats e-mails. former u.s. ambassador to the united nations, john oden, and fox news contributor weighed in on after the bell.
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>> this is simply the last in a series of cyberespionage, cyberwarfare approaches that day the chinese, iran, north korea has made over the last eight years have essentially gone unanswered. nicole: donald trump will be briefed on the report's findings tomorrow. lauren: fetters are looking at how the incoming trump administration could affect the economy. peter burns has more. >> donald trumps election had a big impact on the decision to raise its benchmark a quarter-point last month and did raise forecasts for more increases this year from two to three. the fed released the minutes from its december made in yesterday. they show members wrestled with the insurgency around the site and competition of potential trumps in this but the mousepad almost all members also indicated that the upside risks to their forecast for economic growth have increased as a result the prospect for more
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expansion area fiscal policies in coming years. half of the participants incorporated an assumption of more expansion area fiscal policy in their forecast. many participants were stimulus mighpu growth above sustainable levels driving deanna on the rates so low that it is the inflationary pressures and forced the bank to type more quickly. as for downside risks, diminish a fed members concerned about increases in the dollar could hurt u.s. exports and economic growth. back to you in new york. lauren: thank you, peter burns. the future of obama karen capitol hill yesterday and we get the latest on not for blake burman. >> president obama making what could very well matched his last trip to capitol hill as president. the goal to strategize the democrats on how to save the health care law synonymous with his name. the president telling democrat to look out for the american people. simultaneously, the vice
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president-elect mike pence met with republicans on how to repeal and replace obamacare. republicans say the plan to overturn the law is already in the works that democrats contend a piecemeal approach will lead to chaos. >> we are working right now, the white house staff is on a series of executive orders that will enable the orderly transition to take place even as the congress appropriate the debate alternatives and replacement of obamacare. >> republicans will soon learn that you can't keep the good parts of the aca and removed the rest of the log and still have a work. and that is what they are struggling with and that's why they're not getting anywhere. reporter: the president-elect mr. trump once a repeal bill on his desk by february 20th. back to you in new york.
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lauren: california lawmakers bracing for legal battle to the trump administration by hiring air colder as their outside counsel. now part of washington-based law firm will have a team of lawyers representing the state legislature and potential fights over issues like climate change in immigration. president about ms. attorney general from 2009-2015. the obama administration of obama administration moving more detailing a set of guantánamo bay. it says is transferring more to saudi arabia and the next 24 hours. obama aiming to send as many as 19 detainees to at least four countries for donald trump takes office in two weeks. if the transfers go according to plan, only 40 prisoners will remain at the present despite obama's pledge to close it. trump has said he wants to keep it open and loaded up with some bad dudes. >> federal investigators tried
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and out where crowded long island railroad train crash at the end of the platform as it pulled into a major transportation hub in new york city. a rush-hour train crashed as it entered authentic terminal injured 100 people. ntsb officials say could take three to seven days to investigate the scene before they can determine what caused the accident. nicole: netscape out of the global market action with the watching overnight. shanghai composite up one quarter of 1%. two days, big surge moving higher. also at a record worth noting. nick in japan down one third of 1%. the services pmi, the best we've seen since july 2015. the best of the bunch up 1.5% while korea's past the post back two tenths of 1%. lauren: europe looking like they do in the u.s. the search for direction of lower for the most part. the ftse 100 in london has been hitting record highs done
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explains at the moment. the dax and germany down 25-point. >> u.s. stock market futures watching dow 20,000 of the key jobs report is morrow and will be front and center and have been moving. dow futures down the mountain. s&p futures down three. gnostic donate in the latest estimates 170,000 jobs added in 4.7%. i think that's what i last read. transfer the latest inventory report for oil up just slightly. $53.30 a barrel. gold at $9. 1173 announced. train to the country's largest department store chain of fashion within 10,000 jobs. macy suffered a season of disappointing holiday sales. those job cuts are a continuing plan to cut costs imposed on hundred stores. macy's wants to use the savings to beef up its online operations. macy shares down nearly 10% after hours.
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shares of close plunging about 15% after it warned of weak holiday sales. nicole: very sad and miss. while macy's is getting out of the brick-and-mortar business or so they getting rid of stories from amazon getting rating. the first new york city bookstore this spring and columbus circle a couple blocks from here. the dierks at a location joined straight amazon physical stores in seattle, portland and san diego. one from massachusetts, one for chicago. they have not opened yet. amazon reported that they cannot make in a for american apparel. nicole: apple came in to demands that they removed the new times for mr. in china. the website has been blocked in china since 2012 following the publication of a report about china's leaders and families. the english language and chinese language up are gone for the itunes store. the move highlights how much power china has overtaken the days. while some firms choose to not
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do business in china, others consider it too big to ignore. last quarter china accounted for nearly a fifth of apple's revenue. >> walgreens alliances full text we are watching today. the drugstore chain to report higher first-quarter earnings from a year ago. investors to listen for acting on walgreens purchase the right age to and also for improved results from constellation brands. the maker of, wine and spirits did raise its full-year adjusted profit or castanet coburg because of strong demand for its corona and modelo beard. we will hear from months into this morning. the agrochemical giant expected to earn 1 cent a share reversing a year ago loss of revenue raising 2% to just about $2.3 billion. nicole: coming up, liz claman at the elect comic show in las vegas and it opens in just a few hours or she will have all of the trends from the show.
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>> when the stores opened, 177,000 innovators, retailers and analysts, venture capitalists will flood in looking for the next thing. nicole: heavy snow pummels the west as the latest winter storm has across the nation. meteorologist janice dean will have our forecast. check in on u.s. stock market futures gave right now we are seeing just relatively flat this morning down 12 points for dow futures. keep it right here on "fbn:am." afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine.
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the nicole: good thursday morning. 5:45 a.m. chicago police say for african-americans are in custody today for allegedly timing not been torturing a mentally and shouting obscenities about life and about donald trump. one of the suspects recorded the disturbing attack and broadcasted on facebook life. officials say they are considering charging the suspect with a hate crime. president-elect donald trump reportedly working on shrinking the nation's top agency. tribe plans to restructure the office of the director of national intelligence headed by james clapper. trump has been sharply critical
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of u.s. intelligence agencies and has dismissed their claims that russia interfered in the presidential election to help them to win. macy is also getting a bit smaller. the retailer says it is cutting 10,000 jobs moving ahead with dozens of stories after another weak christmas shopping season. the company says it will use savings to focus on its online business. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures. the king to the dow futures down seven, s&p futures down to. the weekly jobs today and tomorrow the monthly number for jobs. lauren, that is that's happening now. lauren: 170,000 jobs to other night about the unemployment rate goes up to 4.7%. if you like robots or self driving cars and this is your week. kicking off today in las vegas. liz claman is details. >> loreena nicoll, t. minus four
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hours before the doors fly open at the las vegas convention center for consumer electronic show 2017. if that everybody put in your boots together. when they stores opened, 177,000 innovators of our retailers, analysts, venture capitalists will flood in here looking for the next big thing from cameras to screens to autonomous vehicles to stop the cars. little tiny gadgets. insight ensign your watch versus the watch face that will make you and your watch is smart he is. cameras here from nikon. old-school names come up rainy names and the trends developing even though the doors have not opened yet. makes reality. the next big thing for virtual reality that will take up a big portion of this war. virtual reality, everything from headset to cameras that people are so excited about and the newest thing sent by ken white flipped collar. remember that?
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but toby don't remember that. lauren and nicole, all of these areas you can see is people get ready for this, it is going to be the biggest year ever. the economy seems to be doing better. robotics are a huge topic of conversation. we are going to be laugh all day long taking you through the hottest gadgets you may have in your home and in your possession in the next year. guess what, you will see it here first at 3:00 p.m. eastern cap down to the closing bell. we are going to take you on a wonderland of five different gadgeteer at the consumer electronic show. i got your press pass right here. you need me. i hope he'll stay all day long. nicole: i hope you have your comfortable shoes on. but for his massive. thank you so much. in sports, oklahoma city under star russell westbrook takes a rest and the habits of basketball, get a technical foul.
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we will have the highlights, under bursa charlotte hornets. the latest winter storm hammers the western had to get used. fox senior meteorologist janice dean has the forecast. u.s. stock market futures a mixed bag in a shut and also mixed in europe as well. dow futures down five, s&p futures down to. you are watching "fbn:am." keep it right here. ♪ [vo] quickbooks introduces jeanette. and her new business: i do, to go. jeanette was excellent at marrying people. but had trouble getting paid. not a good time, jeanette. even worse. now i'm uncomfortable. but here's the good news, jeanette got quickbooks. send that invoice, jeanette. looks like they viewed it. and, ta-da! paid twice as fast. oh, she's an efficient officiant. way to grow, jeanette. get paid twice as fast. visit quickbooks-dot-com.
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way behind the arc and hit a three. cap nicole petallides after one preaching about her takes over for the fourth quarter, bases on three pointer from the wing. he scored 20 for the night and both win 106-94. oklahoma city russell westbrook running into trouble last night and again against the hornets. westbrook throws the ball and hits an official in the habitat. he looks to be embarrassed at first but becomes upset when it's issued a technical foul. he said it was an accident that he was still assessed a penalty. westbrook apologizes to ref. you can see right under the basket for ref being paid. after the game, finishes 355 points, 15 rebounds as the thunder wins 123-112. we have to share an amazing play by seth curry. catches a pass, drives the baseline in transfers from the
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sub to rate him for the reverse layup. check it out again in slow motion. that's pretty acrobatic, wouldn't you say? where's the trail blazers 125-one-sided team. a series of powerful storms pounding heart to the west with heavy snow and rain. freezing temperatures as well. senior meteorologist janice d. my than the fox weather center with their thursday forecast. good morning. this is going to be an active weather pattern and one of the reasons as we are very cold air in place. current temperatures from a single digits, windchills than 20 to 30-degree range over the next couple days, especially the northern plains and upper midwest. dangerous temperatures. cold weather across these regions will sink as far south as the gulf coast and the south east, which is going to set up perhaps the southern snow, some
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ice across the gulf coast as well as the southeast as we get into friday and saturday. parts of the north carolina area along the coast could see more snow in new york has seen all season so far. is that a headline? it should be. you're cold and unsettled weather pattern. we will see the rain and snow across the west. they need to bring the flash flooding this could turn and travel really dangerous in the mountains. and then we will botch several storm systems coming out of at the golf and writing the storm track. if enough cold air is in place, forecast models have a lot of snow across portions of north carolina. this is whenever forecast models. not one but two storm systems could brings no a nice to the southeast that you can see right here this might be conservative snow forecast watching this area closely. winter weather advisories for parts of alabama, georgia and the carolinas.
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winter weather at rise to raise. winter storm watch is in these areas. that's going to be a big deal. they will be talking about that the next couple days. the west of the stream of moisture moving in the pacific. heavy rainfall, heavy snow into parts of southern california. flash flooding a big concern. it is busy this weekend and the fox news extreme weather center will keep you up-to-date. lauren coming to call back to you. lauren: i think the call is going to go skiing in north carolina. reporter: it could be possible. lauren: if you're up for a hike, this might make you dizzy. the world's highest bridge of the traffic in china. serves 1854 feet above the reference connects to the mountainous provinces in the southwest of the country. it spans 4400 feet. it took three years to build than the government says it cost them $150 million. beautiful though.
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>> 58 from dow 20,000? >> we are s&p 500 russel 2000, are less than a point away from new record highs we will be watching that as morning rolls on great to see you good morning. i'm dagen mcdowell in for maria bartiromo thursday, january 5, your top stories at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. changes coming to our national intelligence agencies, president-elect donald trump reportedly wants to shake up the director of national intelligence and the cia this ahead of a senate hearing today over the alleged russian meddling with the election, briefings for president obama and president-elect trump. fallout ahead. >> a brutal attack streamed live for the world to see the suspects screaming racist anti-trump remarks. >> deeb,

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