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tree into her into -- breaking news this morning. a tragedy in italy is not lynch overnight buries an italian hotel with at least 30 people missing. the latest on the situation. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonettii. donald trump completes his cabinet but this pic for treasury and energy secretary as they had to capitol hill for confirmation hearings. nicole: ahead of the opening bell, dow futures looking down about one 10th of 1%, losing 26 points. s&p futures down for. lauren: initiative strong dollar
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listing japanese stocks but the nikkei up 1% and china's shanghai composite losing a third of 1%. nicole: after falling 2.7%, markets for inventory data. oil prices are faring this morning of 21 cents a 5129 a barrel. lauren: yields are holding steady at 2.43%. nicole: netflix for stocks to watch today on a surge in global subscribers. but the numbers. lauren: in tennis a surprise upset for the defending champion at the australian open. nicole: 5:01 a.m. here in new york. there is a come at january 19th. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: breaking news this morning. 30 people enlisting after an avalanche.
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a hotel, a region hit by earthquakes. the avalanche may have been triggered by an earthquake on wednesday. a rescue official says there are many deaths. not rescue teams reached their hotel on skis after his ouster in blocked routes and they are getting difficult. according to italy's news agency, one survivor was saved because he had gone outside to get something from his car when the avalanche hit. he says his wife and two children were buried in the avalanche. lauren: a senior transition service on fox news donald trump will nominate former georgia governor sonny perdue as agriculture secretary. vice president-elect mike pinsky make the announcement this morning to fill the last big position. >> he asked me what my skill sets wherein i told them what they were aside from having been governor as a businessperson and
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primarily agricultural commodities. lauren: confirmation hearings on capitol hill. transit for treasury secretary as well as former texas governor rick perry has been tasked before senators this morning. nicole: another cabinet pick also going before senators for questioning. more on that from adam shapiro. reporter: good morning, boring. good morning, nicole. tom price committed on them to be the next secretary of health and human services say he believed in six principal should he become the next secretary. this principles for health care would be affordability, accessibility, quality traces, innovation and responsiveness. the senators come at least democrats win on the attack specifically about the
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congressman's numerous almost 40 different investments in pharmaceutical come in a certain help their companies and racist that are up whether or not he is a member of congress benefited from what could have been inside information reason to push prices that the public didn't get when he passed out. listen to the exchange he had first with senator patty murray. >> congressman committee believe it's appropriate for a senior member of congress actively involved in policymaking in the health sector to repeatedly, personally invest in a drug company that could benefit from his actions, yes or no? >> that's not what happened. reporter: an exchange of al franken who pointed out the congressman had invested in tobacco companies despite the fact his own father died from emphysema after years of cigarette smoking. >> congressman price come your position which means he took the hippocratic oath, a pledge to do no harm. how do you square repeating
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personal financial gain from this as an addictive product that kills millions of americans every decade but also voting against measures to reduce the death toll inflicted by tobacco? >> it's an interesting question, senator and a curious observation. i have no idea what stocks they help in the 90s or 2003 that now. all of these decisions for all of us i suspect or through mutual funds and through pension plan. trim it while it made good showed a lot of aggression on both sides come at this hearing was a courtesy. the real hearing where senators will vote whether to pass the nominee for an up or down vote the senate finance committee will take place until next week. back to you. nicole: thank you, adam. lauren: donald trump goes to washington. last night he made a quick trip from new york to the nation's capitol to attend not one, but
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two fundraisers and had dinner at the trump international hotel before spending the night in new york. shines by say say at donald trump's incoming press secretary said told his very first on camera news conference today. he's expected to face questions about tom's cabinet nominee and his corporate tax proposals. fox business will bring you live coverage of that news conference. nicole: a listing of all that of all that president obama's final press conference. the first topic is asked about from his controversial decision to commute the sentence of chelsea manning. blake berman has more from the white house. >> in his final press conference from the president upon the defending one of his final exit the white house, commuting the sentence of chelsea manning, the former servicemember provided military and diplomatic material to vicki nixon ascended a 35 year prison sentence. president upon the community tuesday and said wednesday he
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feels just as has already been served. >> a look at the particulars of this case the same i have the other commutations of the department said and i felt that in light of all the circumstances that commuting her sentence was entirely appropriate. >> the president given us a window into his conversations with his successor, president of the trump. >> this is a job of such magnitude that you can't do it by yourself. you are enormously reliant on a team. your cabinet, your senior white house staff, all the way to fairly junior folks in their 20s and 30s, better executing significant responsibilities. nicole: and his immediate post-residency he looks forward to spending time with his wife and two children. he also says he wants to sit down and do some writing.
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i'll send it back to you in new york. nicole: blake irving reporting from washington. former president george h.w. bush remains in intensive care at a houston hospital this morning. the 92% to the icu yesterday as he battles pneumonia. his wife, barbara bush admitted as a precaution because of fatigue and coughing. bush 41 sent a personal letter to donald trump expressing regret about missing the inauguration, explaining my doctor says if i sit outside in january, it likely will put me six feet under. same for barbara so i guess we're stuck in texas. trump did respond on did respond that you wish in the bushes a speedy recovery taking them for their personal note. nicole: dsl or hanging at two games against major rivals this morning following hawkish comments from fed chair janet guillen hinted more interest rate increases could come this year.
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>> waiting too long to begin moving towards the neutral rate could risk a nasty surprise down the road. if there's too much inflation, financial instability or both. lauren: we will hear more from janet yellen today. she'll be speaking at stanford university this afternoon. netflix shares soaring to new heights this morning. take a look at the stock up 8% in the premarket after netflix added 7 million subscribers in the fourth quarter crush in its own estimate of 5.2 million. striven jam posting earnings of 15 cents per share. revenue of $2.48 billion slightly beating estimates. hbo predicting its rivals start to really shows all at once so people can bench instead of once a week. netflix betting that hbo will let viewers watch a full season before it airs on television.
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train to the escape the global market action. and they should the shanghai composite index down over one third of 1%. a hong kong seng down a quarter of 1%. in the u.k. and japan up one percentage point in the korea kospi of one 10th of 1%. >> stocks in europe by lower. taking a look you can see that can see the ftse in london is down 44 points. cac down 15. dax and germany down 13 points. european central bank holds its first monetary policy meeting today. we will see if the ecb president mario drunk he will continue their monetary policy going forward. trade you some banks doing well. u.s. stock market futures this morning. we are under pressure. dow futures on 34, s&p downpour. nasdaq and 10. big drop in oil prices yesterday almost 30% coming back a bit
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today for 21 cents, 5129. golden e-mail to repay $8. nicole: trading against the other key currencies this morning. a search of the u.k. pound this week. right now the euro come the u.k. pound stronger the japanese and stronger against the u.s. dollar this morning. lauren: the yield on the 10 year treasury since it 2.43%. trade to a south korean court with an arrest warrant against the head of samsung. a judge says there's not enough justification to detain vijay down. it's a setback to prosecutors investigating a massive political scandal that toppled south korea's president that even if it does not detained or missed a letter to face the same charges of bribery, embezzlement and perjury. a high-rise building collapsed after being engulfed by large fire. authorities say 30 firefighters were injured when the blazing
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lauren: good morning. 5:15 a.m. in new york. rescuers seeking out a small hotel in italy buried in an avalanche. 30 people are feared dead. the hotel is in the mountain essential italy which was shaken by numerous earthquakes yesterday as well as overnights. the rescue operation is being hampered by heavy snow that keeps coming down. one day just a couple hours before the maturation and confirmation hearings to resume on capitol hill today. steve mnuchin, trumps paper treasury secretary and former governor rick perry for energy secretary testifying before senators this morning.
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in the markets we are keeping a close eye on shares of net like searching to all-time highs. right now in the premarket, check out a percent after the company crushing its own estimate. the jam posting earnings 50 cents share on revenue of just under $2.5 billion, slightly beatin estimates. before it airs. the concern here is netflix is predicting that hbo, its rival would start to air entire season that was before they air on live television. check-in at stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow futures down 30 points. s&p downpour and the nasdaq down by night. that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the obama administration is rushing to finish investigations of a business before handing over power to donald trump.
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the u.s. has reached settlements with $20 billion in the past week alone with megabanks, automakers and the drug companies and some others. nicole: imperiling drug trials, francis collins. the fungus into medicine files in an nih pharmacy has ballooned into a management crisis. storing medical chats for prostate cancer, putting its columns in the hot seat. american air and also united are set to join delta and cheaper economy cabin fares in a bid to compete with discount air carriers. lauren: the misery fairs. i've been one of the stocks to watch today. the tech services starting to report higher earnings per share when it releases fourth-quarter results after the close today, analysts looking forward to sales as it continues to transition its business to the
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cloud. american express will post its latest earnings after the bell. investors listening for the credit card companies plan to increase revenue after cosco ended its agreement with amex last year. union pacific released its latest numbers before today's opening bell. the largest railroad expect to host a higher profit on lower revenue. one key issue that union pacific is where freight growth will come from high school shipments decline. nicole: coming up in sports, trailed baseball stars make it into the hall of fame. the surprise upset in tennis. he is truly an open will have that story. an emotional at the people's choice award. >> is deeply affected by the kindness of your recognition and by your well wishes to my family and to myself. nicole: who got the belt?
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>> we all know that none of us, especially me wouldn't be standing up here if it weren't for you tonight. say thank you. nicole: death had a devastating year besides mother passed away and a bitter end to his year-long marriage. a look at the latest from the world of sports. it's january but let's talk a stall. the hall of fame with three new members. yvonne rodriguez for encoding and by the baseball writers association of america. a seven-time all-star with the montréal expos. they've done the outside but 808. he spent his entire 15 year career at an mvp. the former texas ranger if i'm rodriguez was a 14 time all-star. he made the cut on his first try is the only other catcher to do that. i'm rodriguez receives a call comes a special one that was
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captured on camera by his family. you can see how he was overcome with emotion upon receiving the news. to basketball. russell westbrook going up against his old teammate, kevin durand and the warriors. direct sets the tone early, hall on the reverse. later in the quarter, says curry smiling. third quarter, then they're trying to come back. the thunder is down five, but durand goes on to win it easily. the houston rockets off to a strong start, first-quarter. but then the layout. 18 points in the first half. the fourth-quarter knock down and then he gets jiggy with it.
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rockets win at 11-92. given the best for last. after the game a woman in the crowd and handed her the game ball on the 100 birthday. he felt blessed to share that with her. and upset at the australian open. reigning champ of that joke of a testbed knocked out in the second round by 117 ranks. they nearly five-hour match came down to a tiebreaker. he was aiming to be the first man to win the australian title vii time. all previous six head-to-head meeting. lauren: monday at the 100-year-old woman looked amazing. not a day older than 80. sturm's dumping heavy rain in california and rain expected the nation's capitol for an adoration that couple hours away. janice dean live in the nation's capitol the very latest.
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>> hello, good morning. the capitol building behind me where the inauguration will take place for the 45th president tomorrow and you mention rain in the forecast unfortunately. we might even see as early as 7:00 a.m. tomorrow. that will be ongoing throughout the morning and the afternoon. unfortunately it will start fairly light and get heavier when the parade is on. the good news is i suppose temperatures are warm. by the way, the coldest in a duration was back in 1985. seven degrees per the warmest was in 1981. both of reagan's 55 degrees. the west coast a big story with more rain and snow on the way. live from d.c., the nation's capitol for the not duration and will keep you up-to-date on the forecast as it happens. back to you, lauren and nicole. lauren: have a great time, janice continued back. nicole: monday before donald
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lauren: tragedy in italy as an avalanche overnight raids the italian hotel with at least 30 people missing. they will have the latest on that situation. good morning to you. i'm lauren simonettii. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. donald trump completes his cabinet with agricultural secretary was paid for secretary of energy secretary had to capitol hill before a confirmation hearing. lauren: had a today's up-and-coming tout features on 26, nasdaq down 10. nicole: initiative strongest
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dollar helping to the japanese stocks they than a cap one. a china shanghai composite post at one third of 1%. lauren: oil down almost 3%. markets waiting for u.s. inventory data today. take a look out oil prices are trading now. a 36 cents. 5144-barrel. nicole: yields holding steady this morning. 2.43%. netflix is certainly to watch. the global subscribers. to have the numbers. nicole: in scores come in the tree of made it into the hall of fame in a surprise upset with the defending champion of the opening. lauren: 5:31 a.m. in new york. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. we kick it off for days. breaking news this morning. 30 people, maybe more missing after an avalanche buried and not in a hotel in central italy, a region hit by earthquakes. the avalanche may have been
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triggered by an earthquake on wednesday. rescue officials said this many deaths here stare. not rescue teams reached the hotel on skis after a snowstorm and blocked routes made getting there very difficult. according to italy's news agency, one survivor says he was saved because he had actually gone outside to get sent in from his car when the avalanche hit. but he says his wife and two children were buried in the avalanche. trade to a senior source sandbox is president elect donald trump will nominate former governor sonny purdue as agriculture secretary. mike pence is expected to make the announcement this morning to fill the last big imposition in terms cap met. perdue spoke with trump at trump tower late last year. >> he asked me what my skill sets were and i told them what they were aside from having been governor as a business person and primarily agricultural
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commodity, domestically and internationally. and he laid out. he knew what it takes to make america great again. nicole: confirmation hearings continue on capitol hill. steve mnuchin, pick for treasury secretary and rick perry picked for energy secretary will testify before senators this morning. lauren: another cabinet taken up the good critic of obamacare went before senators for questioning. more on that now from adam shapiro. reporter: good morning, lauren. good morning, nicole. tom price the next secretary of health and human services -open-brace name he believes in six principles should he become the next secretary. these principles are affordability, accessibility, quality, traces and responsiveness. the senators said based the democrats went on the attack specifically about the congressman's numerous almost 40 different investments and
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pharmaceutical companies in hot air companies and raised the specter of whether or not he is a member of congress initiated from what could have been inside information or even privileged prices that the public didn't get when he bought stock. listen to the exchange he had first with senator patty murray. >> congressman, do you believe it's appropriate for his finger member of congress actively involved in policymaking in the health sector to repeatedly personally invest in a drug company that could benefit from his actions, yes or no? >> and then exchange with al franken, also a democrat pointed out the congressman had invested in tobacco companies despite the fact his own father dead from emphysema after years of cigarette smoking. >> congressman price come your position which means he took the hippocratic oath, a pledge to do no harm. how do you swear reaping
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personal financial gain from the sales of an addictive product that kills millions of americans every decade with also voting against measures to reduce the death toll inflicted by tobacco. >> well, it's an interesting question and a curious observation. i have no idea what stocks a held in the 90s or the 2000 or even now. all of these decisions for all of us through mutual funds and through pension plans. >> while it may good show and a lot of aggression on both sides, this hearing as a courtesy commend the real one where senators will will vote whether to pass the nominate for an up or down vote. that won't take place until next week. nicole: donald trump in washington to take part in preinaugural offense ahead of tomorrow's very name. last night he made a quick trip from ear to the nation's capitol
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to attend fundraisers and have dinner at the international hotel before spending the night in new york. sean spicer, donald trump's incoming press secretary said to hold his to hold us to hold his first on camera news conference today for his expected to face questions about trans-cabinet nominees in corporate tax proposal. fox business will have live coverage of the news conference. lauren: standing room only at barack obama's final press conference. the first topic he was asked about yesterday, his controversial decision for chelsea manning. blake irving has more from the white house. >> in his final press conference, president obama defending one of his final acts at the white house commuting the sentence of chelsea manning. the former servicemember provided sensitive military and diplomatic material to rickie weeks and was handed a 35 year prison sentence. president obama commuted the sentence tuesday and said wednesday he feels justice has already been served.
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>> i looked at the particulars of this case the same i have the other commutations of the departments i've done and i felt that in light of all the circumstances that commuting her sentence was entirely appropriate. trade to the president given a slight window into his conversation with his successor, president of the term. >> this is a job that such magnitude that you can't do it yourself. you are enormously reliant on your cap a major senior white house staff all the way of two fairly junior folks in their 20s and 30s on significant responsibilities. >> you ask her to spending time with his wife and his two children. he also said he wants to sit down and do some writing. i'll send it back to you.
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nicole: thanks, blake gave george h.w. bush remains in intensive care at a houston hospital this morning. the 92-year-old was sent to the icu yesterday as he battles pneumonia. his wife, barbara also admitted as a precaution. due to fatigue and coughing according to a spokesman. last week bush 41 sent a personal letter to president-elect donald trump expressing regret over missing his inauguration, explaining my doctor says that i sit outside in january, it likely will put me six feet under. same for barbara, so i guess we are stuck in texas. trump responded on twitter pushing the bush is a speedy and thanking them for their note. lauren: the u.s. dollar hanging onto gains. following hawkish comments yesterday from federal reserve chair janet yellen, hinting more interest rates -- more hikes could come this year.
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>> waiting too long to begin moving towards the neutral rate could risk a nasty surprise down the road. either too much inflation, financial instability or both. she will be speaking in california this evening. treat to netflix shares soaring to new highs. 8% in premarket trading after the company added 7 million subscribers in the fourth quarter question its own estimate of 5.2 million. the streaming giant posted earnings of 15 cents per share on revenue of $2.48 billion convinced that they began the estimates. that is competition from hbo, netflix predicting its rivals will start to release shows all at once instead of weekly. they are even betting hbo will let viewers watch a full season before it airs on television. lauren: global market action overnight. and a show, check out the nikkei japan 31% today.
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the shanghai composite down to 31%. mix activity in a shed. nicole: stocks in europe start out under pressure this morning. ecb decisions are made in them we should find out what happened there. goldman sachs has been reportedly looking at the employees in london and that it may cut or a movie than 50% of the employees from the area because of british accent. monday and thursday down half of 1%. the accenture many can attend the 1%. cac down a quarter of 1%. lauren: dow futures down for the fifth day in a row off 27 points. s&p down three. nasdaq has been up almost every day this year including yesterday giving back 10 points in the premarket. nicole: key commodities, oil is higher by 30 cents at 5138 a barrel. gold pulling back. lauren: a south korean court dismissing the hottest samsara. the judge says there's not
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enough justification to detain bj young. investigating a massive political scandal that toppled south koa's president. but even if he's not detained, the samsung chief is still likely to face the same charges of bribery and perjury. nicole: we are following breaking news out of chair from this morning for a high-rise building collapsed after being engulfed by a large fire. authorities say 38 firefighters were injured. one battling this blaze in the building collapsed. everyone had been evacuated from the 17 story building and headquartered off that area. coming up, to more airlines offering even cheaper seats in coach. there's a coach. this attachment to tell you about it. debt futures this morning pointing lower on wall street. the fifth day of losses for the blue-chip average. nasdaq up most days this year
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nicole: 5:45 a.m. in new york is up to you caught up on what's happening now. rescuers digging out a small hotel in italy. in an avalanche at least 30 people are feared dead. the hotel is in the mountainous region of central italy which was shaken by numerous earthquakes yesterday and overnight rescue operation being hampered by heavy snow. one day before the inauguration, confirmation hearings resume at capitol hill. steve mnuchin, trumps paper treasury secretary and former texas governor rick perry will testify before senators this morning.
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keep an eye on netflix shares today. stock surging more than 7% in premarket trading after the company added 7 million subscribers in the fourth order. the streaming giant posted earnings of 15 cents per share. checking in on u.s. debt market futures this morning. dow futures down 26. s&p futures on four. nasdaq teachers on time right now. orrin, that's what's happening right now. >> thank you, nicole. the obama administration is rushing to finish investigations of big business for handing power to donald trump, the u.s. has reached settlements with $20 billion this past week with megabanks, automakers, drug companies and others. and mr. fonda sparked a crisis at the national institute of health impairing drug trials and the agency's boss, francis collins, the discovery of the fungus into medicine vials in nah pharmacy has ballooned into a management crisis selling
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medical trials for prostate cancer. more airlines launch a no-frills airfare. united and delta offering cheaper coach fares to compete with discount carriers. the catch sometimes having no access to overhead bins. fun. lauren: ibm is one of the stocks they are watching. the chain is expected to report higher earnings per share when it releases its fourth-quarter results after the closing bell. analysts look for a decline in sales as ibm continues to transition its business to the cloud. american express will post it later asked results. investors listening for the credit card companies plan to increase revenue after cosco and its agreement with an ax last year. union pacific will release its latest result. the companies largest railroad expect you to post higher profits and lower revenue. one key issue at union pacific is where freight growth will come from the shipments decline.
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in sports comeback trail of baseball stars make it into the hall of fame. we will tell you who made the cut. antennas come a surprise upset for the champion of this trillion open. an emotional johnny depp at the people's choice awards. >> i was very deeply affected by the kindness of your recognition and by your well wishes to my family and to myself. lauren: will tell you who got the people's votes. on wall street where separate lower up in. dow futures on 2525 points, s&p down for. nasdaq down 10 the free market. you are watching trains have been -- "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: tv and film gathering for the people's choice awards. ellen degeneres winning her 20th award. [applause] >> becomes that from the people coming think in the people in its redundant, but you are the people who are responsible for me being up here. it's a thank you. lauren: just love her. she took off she took off for a worse for favorite animated film place for "finding dory." favorite daytime talk show host and favorite comedic collaboration. another star, especially an emotional night with johnny depp. he won the award for favorite movie icon. >> in all honesty, we all know that none of us, especially me,
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would you standing up here if it weren't for you tonight. thank you. lauren: death had a devastating year that saw his mother passed away and and a bitter end to his year-long marriage. nicole: paul mccartney and sony music can't seem to work it out. mccartney is suing the company for the use of songs he wrote john lennon when they were beatles are the copyrights were bought by michael jackson in 1985 and then sold to sony music publishing. mccartney is relying on the law that gives songwriters to write to reclaim their copyright interests after some time has passed. the beatles publishing contacts were signed in britain and it not clear if u.s. copyright law applies to them. lauren: look at the latest in sports. the hall of fame is welcoming three new members. here they are. tim raines, ivonne rodriguez and jeff rabbo voted in by the baseball writers association of america. a seven-time all-star instead
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done it all tends: baseplate with 808. bagwell spent his 15 year career with the houston astros won rookie of the year and mvp. rodriguez has a 14 time all-star. he made a cut on the first try is the only other catcher to ever do that. when rodriguez received the call, the special bond that was captured on camera by his family. he was overcome with emotion when he got the news. congratulations. russell westbrook going up against kevin to rent in the warriors. setting the tone early. rented home on the reverse. later in the quarter, said curry put up steve kirk smiling. the undertrained combat had westbrook with the nasty jam. the center is down five at the
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geometrical. there you go. warriors go into an easily 121-100. houston rocket off to a strong start. first quarter he makes a nice and imposed in the layout. there you have it. james r. masterson. the fourth quarter now knocks down and then gets jiggy with it. at this note. 111-92. after the game you want to return supplement in the crowd. handed her the game ball because it is her 100th bert bag. he felt blessed to share that on that later. love it. i'm upset at this trillion open. the reigning champion novak choke a that god nearly five-hour match came down as a tiebreaker.
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in it to first man to win the australian seven times and yet one of previous head-to-head meeting but not in the final. nicole: coming out, we will hand it over to mourning said maria. first, how would you like to own the most expensive home in the country? we will tell you where it is and how much is going for. a look at u.s..market futures down 27 on the dow, nasdaq down 10. you are watching "fbn:am."o we will be right back. agreements to lease a space or protecting your work. legalzoom's network of attorneys can help you, every step of the way. so you can focus on what you do and wel handle t legtuff that comes up along the way. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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>> check this out good domestic and to house in the country hitting the market for a quarter billion dollars. the mega-mansion, 30,000 square feet spread across four floors, 12 bedrooms, 21 patterns, three kitchens, a movie theater, of course a bowling alley, an infinity pool with this or not higher. that's not all. it comes with a $30 million car collection. you just saw some of those beautiful rights. to wine cellars and 130-yard installations. by now be forever because because if you estimate the floor to ceiling windows don't allow for much privacy. >> we thank you are watching "fbn:am". and with tha "mornings with maria" with maria bartiromo starts right now.
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maria: good morning from washington. happy thursday, everybody. thanks for being with us. i am maria bartiromo. your top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. the final chunk cabinet nominee pat, sonny perdue for the department of agriculture. but yesterday this kind says stephen mnuchin in the area gear up for their confirmation hearings. we are just one day away from a new era in america. it has been a news conference yesterday, president obama weighed in on how he's worked with the president-elect of the transition process. >> i can't tell you how convincing that then. i have offered my vested eyes to the council about certain issues both foreign and domestic.

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