and peopled. >> it is organized bien on the lauren: breaking news this morning. fbi dirt james comey heads to capitol hill. how spiegel paul ryan expects to vote on replacing obamacare this week. good morning to you happy monday. i am learned simonetti. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. confirmation hearings get underway for judge neil gorsuch they really had a clear path to the bench. we will take a look. lauren: 19 points on friday after slightly on the week. u.s. stock market futures at the moment starting a new week with
down aerospace seen slight weakness at the last check in the futures market. nicole: japanese markets closed for holiday and will give you those numbers as well. lauren: volatile oil prices and a half a percent less we continue to be vital. nicole: over loses jeff jones after just six months on the job. lauren: march madness after usc fails to mount a comeback against baylor which is headed to the sweet 16. we will have the highlights for you. nicole: 5:01 a.m. in new york. we welcome you to "fbn:am" on this first day of spring. your first look at what's living in today's markets in the latest breaking news. lauren: i sure hope it feels that way today. a major congressional hearings set to begin today into russia's hacking attack on the democratic national committee. fbi director james comey to
testify before the committee. the chair of that committee, debbie nuñez, on fox news sunday. >> we're excited about this because for the first time the american people and political parties are paying attention to the threat to russia poses. we are going to highlight that it will highlight the fact we know the russians were trying to get involved in our campaign like they have for many decades. they also try to get involved in campaigns around the globe and over in europe. it will be good to highlight that. nicole: adam schiff, on "meet the press" also talking about what's expected from the hearing. >> there's a lot he can tell us about the russian motivations for their intervention on election, on the russians operate in europe, went to the extent that they should be on the lookout for in our investigation. in other investigations facing them use blackmail, compromise, native of the companies they intervene in. how they pay social media
trolls. nicole: national security director mark rogers -- mike rogers will testify today. the hearing set to begin at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. congressman nuñez said he still has no evidence that trump tower was wiretapped by the obama administration. lauren: house republican leaders continue to push their new health care bill. speaker paul ryan saying the measure is set for a final vote this week. >> thursday is most likely going to be bring it forward. part of the regular process is to go through four committees. we feel very good where we are still having still having conversations with our members. we are making fine tuning improvements to reflect people's improvements. lauren: is reducing tax credits and also for older americans. and allow statesor a work
requirement for medicaid recipients. present trp plans to hold a rally in louisville, kentucky to speak about the republican health care plan. >> the senate is holding confirmation hearings for president trump supreme court nominee, judge neil gorsuch starting today. texas senator ted cruz on face the nation saying he expects judge gorsuch to be confirmed. >> i think it's 50/50 whether democrats filibuster. they don't have any good elements against gorsuch, but they are furious we are going to have a conservative nominated and confirmed. judge gorsuch will be confirmed. he will either get 60 votes or otherwise whatever procedural steps are necessary i believe within a month or two, neil gorsuch of the associate justice in the supreme court. nicole: for more on this, jameel jaffer at george mason university school of law will join us for this. also a former clerk for judge
gorsuch. lauren: white house press director mick mulvaney describing the budget proposal. >> .net more money for defense, war to secure the border and law-enforcement and things like veterans affairs, veterans health care in private and public school choice and that is where we spent more money at the same time. the president was very clear he did not want this to add to the deficit this year. we added the $54 billion for defense. we took the money from other places. lauren: in order to pay for it. a detailed version of the budget released in may will lay out plans to eventually raise u.s. deficit. lauren: three u.s. soldiers shot and wounded by an afghan soldier inside a base that the u.s. military and coalition forces killed the afghan soldier to have that attack. the afghan army claims the soldiers did not fire
deliberately. meanwhile, president donald trump hosted iraq's prime minister at the white house this afternoon. his visit comes as iraqi troops continue to fight isis. under the president's budget plan, more than $3 billion in additional money will be allocated to the fight against aces. lauren: north korea conducted a test of a rocket engine yesterday. north korean leader kim jon un. the rocket that can head right here in the united states. the test came as secretary of state rex your first look at morning markets and breaking tia as a return to the white house from florida telling reporters north korea and kim jong un were discussed over the weekend. >> is that in very badly. lauren: north korea recently
fired for into the sea of japan. nicole: a wildfire in boulder, colorado forcing hundreds of people to evacuate. the fire burning just outside downtown boulder. when there's a problem pushing flames with the main shopping and dining areas as they worked to contain the flames, fire officials say they don't think the cause is natural. >> a lot of people are in and out of there. there's a lot of transient campsites in that area. we are speculating the fire has some sort of human caused. nicole: officials say the fire has scorched 62 acres and is 50% contained. lauren: let's get caught up in global market action overnight. the shanghai in china up 4%. the hang seng in hong kong at 20%. now the south korean costs become a very sensitive provocations from the north to close lower by a third of 1%. however, we did receive a report on producer prices.
they rose at their fastest pace in five years. nicole: a look at how european stocks are faring. across the board in europe, most of the sectors had down arrows. financials, deutsche bank raising capital over a billion dollars. take a look here. london ftse down one 10th of 1%. cac down one quarter of 1%. they are going to televise a presidential debate for the presidential nominee there. german dax is down one quarter of 1%. lauren: u.s. futures taking their cue from europe. and i was able to cling to gains for the week last week, but this morning down 15 points, s&p futures downpour, nasdaq futures down four points. nicole: taken a look at oil and cold this morning. next-line 48.31, down 47 cents. gold at $2.5 at 12.32 at troy ounce.
lauren: here's how the dollars traded a key currencies. we'll show you the board wants to get it. we do not have that board this morning. there you go. a little behind here. you can see that the euro is at 107 and u.k. pound at 104. nicole: the 10 year bond yields, we've watched it hover around 2.50%. lauren: and other high-level executive has left uber. jeff johnson is president of the ridesharing company and also responsible for marketing and support. he also left out was looking for a new chief operating officer to help and guide the company. several high-level executives have let uber recently and was hit by several controversies including obligations that it routinely ignores sexual harassment. nicole: it has been a feast of the weekend at the box office. >> it must be here.
>> who's there? come into the light. nicole: disney's live fraction remake [-open-bracket monsters $170 million opening, making it the biggest opener for march over in the seventh highest grossing film of all time. dropping down to the number two spot, another feature, skull island bridge and around 29 million. twentieth century fox is logan taking third place, $18 million followed by the horror film get out with $13 llion an ounce at the top five this weekend was $6 billion. lauren: look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." positions on trade nominate tg 20 global summit. the chiefs struggled during tense talks to find common ground in the global economy that is finally showing signs of
momentum. the stock market rally faces a bond yield thread. the yield an attacker treasure not exceeding the dividend yield on the s&p 500 which over time shows to shift preferences of investors who have been strongly skewed in favor of stocks. it is good to be ceo again. stocks rise and so does pay. pay raises are back in style. in the corner office to rethink that the year-earlier been pushing ceo compensation to a new high. nicole: coming up from a liberal advocacy groups are struggling to drum up opposition's two nominate neil gorsuch. ted cruz says gorsuch will be confirmed. >> he. >> he will either get 60 votes and be confirmed, or otherwise what other procedural steps are necessary, i believe within a month or two covering neil gorsuch will be an associate justice of the supreme court. nicole: will take a look at today's confirmation hearing at the former clerk of neil
gorsuch. let's check your stock market futures as we saw stocks cleanout gains. s&p 500 futures down for. we are checking in on oil as well. last week we did see oil gating 29 cents at about half of 1%. let's take a look. 48.28 right now, down 50 cents a barrel. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ when you have something you love, you want to protect it.
nicole: good morning. 5:15 a.m. fbi director james comey will testify today before house committee investigating russian activity during the 2016 presidential election. x that patients are that he will provide long-awaited answers and evidence on that issue and whether president trump was indeed wiretapped. house speaker paul ryan is holding firm that the final vocal republican obama carapace that bill will be held this weekend he tells fox news that the bill is still undergoing some work, pays confident the house will pass it and send it to the senate.
another executive is leaving uber. company president jeff jones has quit after just six months. joseph hired away as chief officer last fall. his departure comes after ceo travis callan mac for a chief operating officer to jones' position as second in command. after futures right now, dow futures down 15, s&p futures after squeezing out gains for stop. this is happening now. lauren: thank you on a cold. donald trumps first nominee to the court, judge neil gorsuch will be starting today for the senate judiciary committee. we have an easy path to the bench. joining us now to talk about it is jamil jaffer at the antonin scalia law professor. you are also a law clerk -- very timely here.
one way or another, gorsuch will be sworn in. if democrats filibuster, republicans can change the rules to eliminate the supermajority. but his confirmation be easy? >> i certainly hope so. judge gorsuch is a highly qualified nominee, a very clear tenure record on the bench is doing the job of the judge fairly in an evenhanded manner. there's no reason we should see a filibuster here because judge gorsuch should get plenty of those can be confirmed easily. unfortunately, the political environment may make that harder. nicole: tell us what you think the timing could be. how quickly could we see this confirmation? >> in an ideal world if all goes well, the judiciary committee could mark him as soon as the politics of the typically a couple weeks later they could go straight to the floor. he should be concerned before congress goes up for the april
recess, easter recess. lauren: what would be the democrats or the opposition biggest argument against him? >> feel that argument, they spent months looking at his record. they think it eat in favor of the corporations. that's totallyalse. plenty of cases where he's ruled in favor of the individual the employee and the like. this just doesn't stick because it's not true. nicole: what he think the positive and negative are? >> well, judge gorsuch is extremely well-qualified, good decent human being. i knew him as a lawyer at the law firm at the justice department and eventually as a judge. this is the guy who is the judges judge. he applies off fairly and evenly to people before him and doesn't want to be a politician. lauren: to expect to hear from judge gorsuch or will be sure mostly from the senators. they'll have these from senators
now. >> go to opening statements today. all the senators as well as judge gorsuch. nicole: you talked about his support, you might be asked about businesses and corporate america. you think he might be asked about that as well? >> you've had people go through his record in detail. that is the only claim they made against him. it's totally false. it's completely mischaracterized. if the only thing they've got and it goes to show with a tenure record this as a judge who does the right and there's no reason they should even slow down at all. lauren: jamil jaffer, thank you for your time this morning. nicole: thank you. march badness claims another big upset and to close down to north carolina. u.s.a. fails to not take him back against baylor which is headed to the sweet 16. we will have all the turn of highlights for you. and it is the very first day of
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seven south carolina. duke led by seven at the half. the turners hurt them. on the other hand, chris filibuster is a down. andy duke crowd loves it. south carolina downed one. varying to three with south carolina upset the nine minute 29. try to keep it close fair. south carolina wins 888-81. 19-73. the other u.s. team, and the trojans looking to be the cinderella of the big dance playing number three baylor. number nine takes the passed on a chance at home. usc up to with six minutes left. 12 points in the final five minutes. taylor holds off usc two off usc to win 82-78. in the late game, ucla taking on cincinnati.
ucla struggled in the first half. the strong cutback of ucla with the lead. log of all within a striving finish for two of his 18 points. just over three minutes to play, to hand it offense explodes in the second half. they go on to win that one. good luck, everybody. lauren: today's the first day of spring. can we finally expect some warmer weather on the way? adam klotz winter forecast. reporter: yes, beginning to feel more like spring. the middle of the country has been one the last several days. look at these numbers, really impressive. 72 degrees early in kansas city. 46 degrees in chicago. we are warming up on the east coast as well. winter like temperatures close to freezing will be climbing later today and in the next
couple of days. as far as precipitation goes, a couple little trouble spots i want to zoom in on. thunderstorms moving across the chicagoland area stretching across northern indiana towards toledo and stretching over towards cleveland and on the west coast tracking fairly heavy rain throughout the rest of today. actually piling up six inches or so. yes, it is spring and still about an hour away from the official start of spring, some spots today getting up 80, 90 degrees. a warm start to spring nonetheless. lauren: add-on to klotz, thanks so much. nicole: big week on capitol hill as paul ryan gets to the health care bill by this thursday. >> we are very good where we are. still having conversation with members making fine tuning improvements to the bill to reflect people's improvements. nicole: uber loses another top
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nicole: breaking news this morning. a busy week in our nation's capitol. director james comey has for a hearing on the threat to russia while house speaker paul ryan expects a vote on replacing obamacare this week at good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: hi, everybody. i'm lauren simonetti. donald trump's first nominee of the supreme court in the hot seat this week as confirmation hearings get underway for judge neil gorsuch. though he had a clear path to the bench? nicole: in the markets, the dow fell 19 points on friday but was up slightly for the week. u.s. stock market futures slightly lower, dow futures down 17, s&p futures down for.
lauren: initiative, the chinese shanghai composite down half of 1%. nicole: volatile oil prices gained half of a percent last week at right now oil 48.09 a barrel, down almost 1.5% this morning. lauren: uber loses another top executive. geoff johns leaving the company after six months on the job. nicole: march badness claims another big upset as duke goes down to south carolina. usc's mount a comeback headed to the sweet 16. we'll have all the turn of highlights for you. nicole: 5:31 a.m. monday, march 20th, also the first day of spring. your first look at today's markets and the latest breaking news. nicole: breaking news this morning. a congressional hearing set to begin today into russia's hacking attack on the democratic national committee.
fbi director james comey is slated to testify before the house intelligence committee. the chair of that committee devin nunez. the american people and all the political parties are paying attention to the threat russia raises. we will highlight that. we highlight the fact the russians are trying to get involved in our campaign like they have for many decades. they also try to get involved in campaigns around the globe in europe. it would be good to highlight that. lauren: congressmen adam schiff was on "meet the press" talking about what is expected from the hearing. >> there's a lot you can tell us about the russian motivations under elections, how they operate in europe, what we should be on the lookout for in our investigation. in europe and other places we've seen them used blackmail, his compromise, the natives of the foreign countries they are intervening in. how they used a social media
trolls. lauren: it is not just james comey, but mike rogers will testify today. set to begin at 10:00 a.m. eastern. in another big topic, the president's claim of wiretapping during the campaign. congressman nuñez had no idea it was wiretapped by the obama administration. nicole: house republicans leaders push their new health care bill. speaker paul ryan saying the measure is that for a final house vote this week. >> i think there is most likely going to be her date to bring it forward. we bring it to the rules committee first. part of the process is to go through four committees. we now go to the rules committee and we feel very good where we are. still having conversations with our members and making fine tuning of rudeness to reflect people's concerns and people's improvements. lauren: he's making adjustments to increase tax credits for lower income and older people and allows states impose a
work requirement for some medicaid recipients. meanwhile, president trump plans to all-day rally in louisville, kentucky to speak about republicans health care plan. lauren: the senate is holding confirmation hearings for president trump supreme court nominee, neil gorsuch. ted cruz on face the nation saying he asks back judge gorsuch to be confirmed. >> i think it's 50/50 whether they filibuster. they are furious that we are going to have a conservative nominated and confirmed. judge gorsuch will be confirmed that he would get 60 votes and be confirmed, or otherwise whatever procedural steps are necessary, i believe within a month or two, neil gorsuch will be an associate justice of the supreme court. lauren: jamil jaffer at the george mason university school of law will join us to talk about this. he's also a former clerk for judge gorsuch, so his
perspective is unique. nicole: mick mulvaney on "meet the press" explaining the vision behind donald trump's budget proposal. >> look for the message the president was trying to deliver. that meant more money for defense, more for law enforcement generally and the more money for things like veterans affairs, veterans health care in private and public school choice. that is where we spent more money at the same time because it was very clear they did not want ts td to the deficit this year. we added the $54 billion for defense. we took that money from other places. lauren: mick mulvaney said a detailed version is expected to be released in may. we will lay out plans to eventually erased u.s. deficits. lauren: a wildfire in boulder, colorado forcing hundreds of people to evacuate. the fire burned in the mountains outside of downtown boulder. when is a problem pushing the flames towards the main shopping and dining areas as they were to
contain those flames, fire officials say they do not think the cause of the fire is natural. >> a lot of people are in and out of there. we know that there's a lot of transient campsites in that area. we are expecting the fire has some sort of human cause. lauren: officials say the fire has scorched 62 acres and is only 50% contained. nicole: three u.s. soldiers shot and wounded by an afghan soldier inside the base. u.s. military spokesman says coalition forces killed the afghan soldier to end the attack. the afghan army claims the soldiers did not fire deliberately. meanwhile, president trump is hosting iraq's prime minister at the white house this afternoon. his visit comes as iraqi troops continue to fight isis. under the budget plan, more than $3 billion of the additional money would be allocated to the fight against isis. lauren: north korea conducted a test of a new rocket engine
yesterday. north korea's leader kim jong un calling it a new depth. it could hit the united states. the test came as secretary of state rex tillerson was in china. the dressing as he returned to the white house from florida telling reporters that north korea and kim jong un were issues discussed over the weekend. >> i think he's acting very badly. i will cite is acting very, very badly. tranter recently fired for ballistic missiles into the sea of japan. train to get you caught up in the global market action overnight in asia stocks close in japan. shanghai composite index in china up almost half of 1%. gains in hang seng hong kong of more than three quarters of 1%. korea's cost be pulling that one third of 1%. lauren: european stocks are trading at the moment. about a quarter of 1% as the
town is a three-week high. the cac is down three points. dax and germany down 35. nicole: u.s. stock market futures after gains last week seeing dow futures down 16. s&p futures down for an economic calendar. existing home sales of durable goods and on the earnings calendar, winnebago, nike, just to name a few. lauren: oil prices are trading $48.6 a barrel, down 1.5%. pulled up about $2 to 12.32 announced. nicole: let's look at the u.s. dollar and how does trading against the key currencies. strengthen the euro and the u.k. pound against the dollar while the peso and japanese yen or weaker against the greenback this morning. lauren: the yield on the 10 year treasury, 2.5% this morning. nicole: another high-level executive has left uber.
jeff jones joined six months ago from target. he was president of the rideshare program responsible for customer support. jones announced he was leaving after uber's ceo travis kalanick was looking for a chief operating officer to help and guide the company. several high-level executives have left recently and has been hit by several controversies including allegations that he routinely ignore sexual harassment. lauren: a beast of a weekend at the box office. >> we must leave here. >> who's there? come into the light? lauren: disney's live-action remake of the famous tale opened with a monstrous $170 million, making it the biggest opener for march in the seventh highest grossing film of all time. dropping to the number two spot,
kong skull island bringing in around $29 million. takes third place with 18 million followed by the horror film cap out with $13 million in rounding out the top five of $6 million. nicole: here's a look at some of the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." x-division-sign trade dominate issue 20 global summit. struggled during the weekend of tense talks to find common ground on boosting trade and the global economy that is finally showing signs of momentum. the stock market rally and the bond yield spread that it is facing. the yield on the 10 year u.s. treasury note exceeded the dividend yield on the s&p 500 which overtime stands to shift the preferences of investors who does not list it in favor of stocks. and it's good to be a ceo once again. stocks rise and so does pay. pay raises are back in style in the corner office, erasing cuts from a year earlier and pushing
the io calmed patient to new highs. lauren: median ceo pay about $11.5 million. coming up, liberal advocacy groups are struggling to drum up opposition to nominee neil gorsuch. republican senator ted cruz says neil gorsuch will be confirmed. >> you'll either get get 60 votes and be confirmed, otherwise whatever procedural steps are necessary, i believe within a month or two, neil gorsuch will be an associate justice of the supreme court. lauren: will take a close look at today's confirmation hearing with the look at neil gorsuch coming out. the dow down three days in a row now. futures up 15 pnt s&p futures out r, also down three days in a row counting minor losses this morning. nasdaq futures down 3.5 points this morning. looking at oil prices, still low, struggling to hang on to $48 now.
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lauren: good morning. happy monday. let's get caught up on it's happening right now. fbi director james comey to testify investigating russian activities during the 2016 presidential election. expectations are that he will provide long-awaited answers and evidence on that issue and whether president trump was indeed wiretapped. health care now speaker paul ryan holding firm that the final vote for republicans obamacare replacement bill this week. the bill is still still undergoing work in fine-tuning if you will, that he is confident that the house will pass it and send it on to the senate. another executive leaving uber. jeff jones quitting after just
six months on the job. jones is hired as targets to chief operating officer last fall. after uber ceo travis kalanick and announced it was looking for a chief operating officer. a second in command. as for the market activity, checking in on futures this morning. dallas on 17, as to 17, s&p down 4.5, nasdaq down three in the premarket. nicole, that is what is happening now. nicole: donald trump's first nominee to the supreme court, judge neil in front of the senate judiciary committee. will he have an easy path to the bench. joining us is jamil jaffer, law professor at the antonin scalia at george mason university. also a law clerk for judge gorsuch. >> thanks for having me. nicole: let's talk about the
toughest questions covered today. >> look, the big questions out there or what kind of a judge will gorsuch be? will he hand it to the litigants before him and was a judicial philosophy? nicole: is often asked why he rules in favor of businesses and corporate interests. what was the answer to those questions be? >> will come if you look at his record over 2000 cases, the reality is he rules in favor of a lot of individuals and employees. case after case after case, involving black long or discrimination or harassed that, he's ruled in favor so the notion sometimes you can cherry pick three or four cases is just not accurate. nicole: interesting, it is asked the judge he admires, what do you think he might have an answer for that? >> i do want to get ahead of his answers at the hearing. there are a lot of judges, justices of the supreme court
were previously served in executive branch like judge gorsuch has. they represent models of what it means to go to the supreme court or go to an appellate court. he is the kind of judge you can leave his advocacy and politics behind and just be a professional, a judges judge. lauren: but he clerked for justice kennedy, no? >> justice white and kennedy. lauren: interesting. i haven't noticed a strong opposition against him. would you think that is valid? >> look, that is a fair point. i was up at the supreme court today at the nomination and i saw protesters carrying signs that said oppose and a blank spot where they can ride in the name of whoever the nominee was. it is really unfortunate we have been appointed the process. i am hopeful the senate will look past that approach and take a look at his record -- a fair look at his record. nicole: that doesn't have a lot
of a lot of merit or confidence behind it. overall, as gorsuch faces the and we heard from ted cruz saying 60 votes or some other way. how do you think you'll actually get this nomination? >> look, the right thing to do here is for him to not even worry about this whole notion about filibusters because the reality is that mainstream judge. they can say this is the guide is a good judge. i think the senators given up or down vote on the merit and not move on. nicole: all right. jamil jaffer, thank you for joining us today. >> thanks for having me. lauren: march madness and u.s.a. fails to mount a comeback against baylor which is headed to the sweet 16. the first in spring might actually feel like spring in the north east as temperatures rise. look at the forecast for a meteorologist adam klotz. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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lauren: welcome back. time for sports. we start with the shocking bracket buster in the ncaa men's basketball turning it. luke cunard, number two duke looking for a sweet 16 appearance, playing number seven, south carolina. duke led by seven at the half, but turnovers hurt them. grace and alan gets back on the other rad. throws it down. the anti-troop -- the anti-duke
crowd loving it. south carolina upset and. one minute 29 to play. justin maki gets a two-handed south carolina went 88-81 and goes for the first time since 1973. danny boatwright and the other usc team. the trojans looking to be the cinderella of the big dance playing number one baylor. jams at home. nicole: up to a six minute left. scores 12 points in the final five minutes. baylor holds off usc two off usc na next.ff usc two went 82-78. ucla taken on cincinnati and struggles in the first half but came out smoking after the break. thomas was with a strong back, giving ucla delete their next possession but then i strive and finish for two of its 18 points,
just over two minutes on the clock. ucla slows and the second half as they go on to win 79-67. nicole: today is the very first day of spring, so can we expect some warmer weather on the way? fox meteorologist adam klotz here with your monday forecast. reporter: good morning. yes we can expect warmer temperatures on the way. technically just over half an hour away. 6:29 the official kickoff of spring on the east coast. temperatures across the country in the first era president. 91 degrees in dallas, 94 degrees in phoenix. a springlike feeling in plenty of parts of the country. temperatures in some spots as well. spring showers mostly across the country, a couple little problems area i want to zoom in on. we see some thunderstorms to the chicago area further to the south stretching around the
region across northern indiana where i grew up in looking towards toledo area to his lineup, ohio. a heavier rain out on the west coast or this is a low pressure system in northern california. some of the rain before the day is over, four, six inches. a good amount of rainfall. getting your spring showers, a wet winter continues at least to kickoff to be a wet spring, guys. we are warming up to the next couple days as well. spring really is moving in. nicole: very nice. adam klotz, thank you. lauren: a luxury building that let's you park your car inside your home. what? you are watching "fbn:am." ♪ dancing queen, only 1 ♪
lauren: check this out. new-line tree apartment building greater miami let you take your car home to her apartment with you. the porsche design towers started $5 million family feature fully automated that, take your car right up to your home. olin, turn off the engine in your car goes right into your private garage next to your living room. a $32 million four-story penthouse is still available. it has room for a loving cars. nicole: nice. when your car is your baby, bring it up with you.
thank you for watching "fbn:am." lauren: with that, we will say good morning to the rearguard aroma. maria: good monday morning. i maria bartiromo. your top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast good congress confronts comey. fbi director james comey headed to capitol hill where he will get rolled over the involvement in the presidential election. the battle for placing obamacare. the parties working together to improve the legislation and it will clear the house vote later this week. >> we're always making improvements. one way to describe what's going on, legislating. we are not actually doing this behind the scenes, making people vo for it. we are listening to people. the president is right. he is the one. we've never had this before. maria: confirmation hearings