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show. thank you for being a part of this monday night evening. done that lauren: breaking news this morning. paul ryan and gop lawmakers make late-night changes to the health care bill to drum up support at donald trump takes his rally to louisville. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. >> good morning. i'm dagen mcdowell, and for nicole petallides. lawmaker questions on day two. lauren: investors looking for more information the trump agenda. the dow fell 18 points yesterday. u.s. stock market futures are pointing higher, up 21 looking at the dow appeared 11 looking at the nasdaq.
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dagen: asian stocks reopening after slipping one third of 1% in china. the shanghai composite ended up a third of a percent. lauren: oil prices lost about 1%. they are rebounding today. talk about tech expanding reduction cuts up 1%. $48.73 a barrel. train to the yield on the 10 year treasury continuing to fall. just a little bit holding at 2.5% mark. lauren: also busy day for earnings. we'll hear from nike, fedex and general mills throughout the morning. dagen: in sports, tempers flair and the golden state gets the last laugh as they thought the vendor. oklahoma city and tom brady super bowl jersey reportedly stolen by a former mexican newspaper executives. we are going to have the very latest on that story. lauren: the fbi was involved on that one. good morning, everyone. five of 1:00 a.m.
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your watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. good to see you, dagen. dagen: good to see you. lauren: house republican leaders making changes ahead of a full house vote on thursday. they are proposing and $85 billion fund for a tax credit to help people who are older americans aged 50 to 65 to help them get insurance. older and disabled medicare recipients would get more benefits, too. the states could impose work requirements on the program. dagen: amendments unveiled hours after president trump held a big rally in louisville, kentucky to push this bill. >> thursday is our chance to end obamacare and the obamacare catastrophe. and begin delivering the reforms are people deserve. dagen: in the meantime, the conservative house freedom
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caucus has three dozen members says it will not vote as a bloc to oppose the bill. conservatives also say they have enough votes to block the bill, especially if all democrats propose. lauren: bryan brandenburg joining us in studio. he shared to studio. he's chair of the finance at kings college in manhattan. good to see you, brian. trump will have to prove how good of a dealmaker years as he meet with republicans to drum up support for the bill. let pass the senate on thursday? >> a house freedom caucus ss will not put a ziploc which says he is the opportunity to pick up members. he will meet behind closed doors. that is very estimate the case the bill is indeed conservative for them. conservative enough for them. we will see if he can do that. dagen: at the changes come in the house gop leadership is all things to all people. more conservative than a little more generous. one thing that they do to the no-space-on the release earlier
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if they are not seen these tax cuts. basically getting rid of all the taxes in 2017 rather than 2018. >> let's move up the tax cuts, make changes to medicaid and the other side, moderates say we'll expand tax credits a little bit, tax subsidies, to make sure older americans can afford this. the two different parties at the same time to thread the needle. dagen: that makes a more expensive. >> the cbo will do another analysis before thursday. the say the deficit reduction come down a little bit. lauren: another cbs corp. before they take it to the house vote on thursday. assay passes, conservatives are happy, then what? >> it goes to the senate at that point and then you have all sorts of opposition from conservatives and moderates. i think you'll see it open up a lot. you'll get a reconciliation process.
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they will host their differences versions of the bill. dagen: rainfall being the loudest voice in terms of opposition because he wants a full repeal and start from scratch. >> he does not like the tax credits. he's pushing hard against that. it will be hard to get rid of those because moderates are demanding something like that to make sure individuals can afford premiums. very difficult to thread the needle. lauren: does rainfall have anything to do with the fact trouble is probably not the faithful in kentucky last night? >> you know it, absolutely. lauren: and kellyanne conway to also help. they really put the pressure on. >> and they have to. it's in their political interest to support it. the only person who can do that as president trump. dagen: a reminder to rainfall that donald trump on half a dozen more counties than rant all day. during the reelection.
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>> when the president is on the making the pitch, it's very hard to resist. lauren: the art of the deal. our thanks to brian brenberg from king's college in manhattan. thank you. dagen: day two for the confirmation hearing as neil gorsuch after a series of opening statements on day one. for tough questioning by senator starts today. democrats want to know whether judge gorsuch would really can abortion rights and gun control while favoring corporations. in his opening statement, judge gorsuch portraying himself as an apolitical jurists. >> these days we are judges cynically described as politicians and roads seeking to enforce their own politics rather than striving to apply the law impartially. if i thought that were true, i'd hang up the road. i just don't think that's what a life in the law is about. dagen: today's confirmation hearing started at 9:30 a.m. eastern time.
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lauren: ivanka truncating a room and the west wing of the white house the white house for not serving as a government employee and will not receive a salary. her husband jerry kushner already serves to the president. she will have a communication device and security clearance to get classified information but no official title. she will follow the ethics rules that apply to government employees. dagen: the white house has been in this carry-on electronics from sun u.s. bound flight -- and on flights. this means that passengers will be able to use their laptops, ipods, tablets and cameras on board, that cell phones and medical devices will be permitted. it will affect airlines from 13 airports and countries in the middle east and africa. fox news sources say the decision is not a sun specific intelligence but rather an increase in terror related
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chatter. the ban goes into effect today in senator legg say it would last 96 hours. lauren: this just in. a major feature of northern ireland's reconciliation with great britain has died a army commander martin mcguinness was 66 years old. the guinness as a senior ira commander during the years that the most serious catholic protestant violence. sinn fein president gerry adams called mcinnis a passionate republican who worked tirelessly for peace and reconciliation and for the reunification of the country. we negotiate peace in northern ireland after decades of sectarian violence. he became a deputy first minister in the power-sharing government. dagen: let's get caught up in global market action overnight. in asia, mixed markets there. the nikkei reopening after the holiday was the one loser of the four major market down about one third of a percent. lauren: let's check out european stocks.
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a couple hours into the session in europe, checking out the foot he down just a point. the cac in paris at 13 points, dax and germany down two points this morning. dagen: u.s. stock market futures looking like this at the moment. gains across the board, a 17-point gain on the dow futures. watching the yields on the treasury. lauren: we've actually got 109 days now without the dow and s&p moving down 1%. tight trading. the road waiting to see what comes from the white house. oil has been out there .8% this morning. 48.16. there is talk that opec could extend production cuts past june, down $2 to 12.31 announced. dagen: apple shares hit a new high. a record $141 in change. the shares at the desktop performer so far this year, up more than 33% in the last year.
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there is rumors swirling that apple will announce a series of new products this week. apple expected to unveil the new ipaq growth lineup, a larger iphone model and a new apple watchband misspeak adding to the momentum. warren buffett, berkshire hathaway quadrupling in february. lauren: people calling it safety stop. you have to own apple because it's so prevalent. dagen: and all that cash. lauren: general mills with third-quarter earnings before the market opens. the two jagged 60% of sales from the u.s. in retail sales dropped within a percent in the first half of this is clear. general mills with weakened immune from consumer case and declines in its yogurt into categories. the dow component with results after the bell today that may report its first year-over-year earnings declines since late 2012. the company expected to fill a
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competition at the deepest doubled its athletic footwear market to 10% to put that in perspective, nike has a 45% share. fedex reported third-quarter earnings after the bell as well. the company expected to be helped by the strong holiday season. investors will be watching for not good on the fact that their purchase of tnt express and also interested in how fuel prices affect margins. dagen: here's a look at today's edition of "the wall street journal." british leader, theresa may, faces her toughest test yet for visiting the european union performer e.u. talks set to begin next week. the prime minister who embrace, quote, being bloody difficult didn't use my british accent ,-com,-com ma brings uncompromising style to the bargaining session. softbank scrapping a $100 $9 investment in an iphone rival. the company dropped the investment in a start phone
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started traded by the founder of google's android software in part because the softbank's relationship with apple. california's wet winter points to some sorry looking salads. record rate in california threatening crops including leafy greens, strawberries and almonds, leading to shortages and higher prices. lauren: prices are already high. a busy week in washington. what is the white house tragedy for getting a health care reform, supreme court nominations in tax cuts done. we will talk to republican strategists about the timeline. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ don't let unanswered legal questions hold you up, because we're here, we're here, and we've got your back. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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independence. the white house ban certain electronic devices on flights to the u.s. from 13 international airports. passengers will not use laptops, ipads, tablets and cameras on board, that cell phones and medical devices will be permitted. fox news sources say the decision is not based on specific intelligence, but rather in an recent terror related chatter. taking a look at stock market futures right now, gains across the board. let's do this. 50-point gain on the dow futures. that is what is happening right now. lauren: first time in four days. well take care. the president pushing on its agenda including health care reform, supreme court nominee and tax cuts. what is the strategy to get all this done? to talk about if kevin sheridan, former spokesperson for mitt romney and paul ryan. let's start with health care. good to see you, good morning. >> thank you, good morning.
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lauren: the gop drum in a conservative poor. -- the poor. though this passed the house bill? >> i think it will pass the house on thursday for the simple fact that campaigned for seven years and this is the first priority of the president coming into office in a legislative failure at this point would be bad for all republicans. there's plenty for republicans to complain about in the bill and conservative have different complaints than some of the moderates do. some of the changes you have seen today or last night with paul ryan coming out with the vinegar appeal from 2018 of obamacare taxes to 2017, you know, adding some able-bodied work requirements for medicare recipients. and for the moderates on the other side expan tax credits for older americans to help them get on board with that. this is far from over.
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hopefully it passes the house. donald john believes his presidential bully pulpit to really strong arm some of these members reluctant to get on board at this point. he's a negotiator, probably the best in the world at doing this. this is where he needs to provide leadership. dagen: as dagen mcdowell. do you think what we heard yesterday that testimony of jim comey, again refuting the president trump tweets that trump tower was wiretapped by president obama, which we have dirty heard from the head of the intelligence committees and the house and the senate. is that her trump's clout in congress? an actual headline in "the wall street journal" today. >> it remains to be seen, but it doesn't help. republicans are still 90% pro-trump. very high approval ratings with the republican base. they will not be hearing it at home. they will not go home and say we
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want donald trump to apologize for that tweets. there will be some of that. i don't sense that from the house and senate right now. if this goes on and he continues in some way damaging to himself, i just don't see it right now. they are focused on getting actual legislative jury's right now that this is a distraction. lauren: a distraction, okay. good to see you this morning. thank you very much. dagen: coming up, everybody. tempers flare and cannot the golden state gets the last laugh as they blow up the oklahoma city thunder. tom brady super bowl jersey has been found in the support of the stolen by a mexican newspaper executive. we will have the latest on this story. the high-stakes legal battle with costco's chief golf go up
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westbrook receives one coming to one coming 15th of this season. one away from a suspension. the game restarts with clay johnson finds curry for the buzzer with three. where's the 20th path. they go on to win big time. 111-95. do you sing, james houston and the rockets take on the nuggets. 15 seconds ago, the nuggets have won. grabs the rebound and goes coast-to-coast. rockets take the lead in one of 125-124. it's the fans high-fiving, finishes with 39 points, 11 rebounds. one step closer to finding out what happened to tom brady says the super bowl jersey. authorities found the jersey in mexico and try to find out if a former mexican newspaper executive is behind the theft. fox sports one, jay glazer getting it done them are
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reporting that authorities are pointing to demand seen this video is the likely culprit of the person is swiped the after the super bowl. u.s. and mexican officials yet to identify the suspect, but the newspaper that employs this guy says he resigned on march 14 for personal reasons. lauren: tom brady says i can make something very positive come from this experience should he get them back. super bowl 49 and super bowl 51 jerseys, too. dagen: i still hate the patriots, which jim comey said yesterday at a hearing. lauren: miss that one. president chabrol is that they fell, pushing the plan to replace obamacare. >> thursday is our chance to and obamacare and the obamacare catastrophe. lauren: to republicans have the votes to pass the bill in the
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lauren: breaking news this morning. house speaker paul ryan and gop lawmakers made changes to whip out the board as donald trump rallies in louisville. good morning. i am lauren. dagen: good morning. i've dagen mcdowell and for nicole petallides. neil gorsuch answered questions on day two of this hearing today. lauren: waiting for headline for more information on the trump agenda. the dow fell a bit yesterday. the past three dies down 44 points, rebounding up 21 on the futures.
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dagen: stats reopening after the holiday slipping a third of a percent with gains on the shanghai, hang seng and cost the -- cost the in south korea. $48..66 a barrel. dagen: right at the 2.5% mark look slow but it was attractive enough that yields higher than the dividend yield on the s&p 500. transfer will hear from sports apparel giant nike as well as fedex and general mills. we'll tell you what to expect. dagen: is sports, tempers flair and the golden state gets the last laugh as they blow out the vendor. in oklahoma city. tom brady super bowl jersey reportedly stolen then execute newspaper executives. we'll have the latest on that development. lauren: 5:31 a.m. in new york trade tuesday, march 31st. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. breaking this morning, house republican leaders making
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changes to their health care bill added a full vote this week. they are proposing an $85 billion fine for a tax credit to tell people ages 50 to 65 get health insurance. older and disabled medicaid recipients would get more benefit but imposed work requirements on the program. dagen: the amendments invalid hours after a big rally in louisville, kentucky to push this bill. >> thursday is our chance to and obamacare and the obamacare catastrophe and begin delivering the reforms are people deserve. dagen: the conservative house freedom congress, which has three dozen members, what model it is about to oppose the bill, the conservatives do still have a nice blockade. lauren: what happens now? professor brian brenberg at the
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king's college in manhattan. welcome back. trampled it with republicans to get support for the bill. 16 he said last week at the rally and louisville, kentucky. he's essentially saying if they can get a health care fix now they can tackle tax reform. >> the negotiation is in full swing and the president bring in all of this pressure to bear. you've got to think about health care and tax reform. help us out with health care. we look at the tax reform. that will make constituents happy and get the economy growing. when that happens, more people end up on health insurance. dagen: to that point, and a couple people ask me why they didn't do tax cuts first, tax reform and then move on to health care. with the way the health care bill is designed, it cut spending by $1.2 trillion not including changes here and
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eliminates a bunch of new taxes. in the tax is lower that the 3.8% tax on their investment income. that's an incredible tax incentive on this bill with his savings. that basically opens up the door for the tax cut. >> exactly, it does. the combination can be very powerful for small businesses. small businesses have struggled under mandates to provide coverage and cause them to make decisions on whether it employs part-time or full-time idea. get those to help their employees getting money in their pocket with an expanded set of house. lauren: let's put this on the calendar. the say they can get the help carrots bill through the senate. when can tax cuts actually happen? >> so much of that happens.
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it's very hard to say because you are dealing with a whole new set of issues. grandpa and ted cruz are quite opposed to the tax credits in the house bill. it is very hard to say when it gets to the senate, but i do think they want to aim for that obvious tax reform. if they don't get it done by then, people and markets are saying this is going to happen? do they have momentum? markets have gotten far ahead on expectations this will happen. if it is momentum, that's very bad. dagen: using small stock caps because they had a double-digit ride between election election day in the end of the year. they are underperforming this year in part because investors are worried about say the health care reform helping small business, but also infrastructure was one reason. >> yes, absolutely. last year everybody thought small caps are going because they see big help in the
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domestic front.this is reason f. they've got to find a way to come together. everybody is trying to get what they want. the sausage making process. they will get there in the house. the question is how you thread the needle in the senate. lauren: brian brenberg, professor from kings college in in new york city. thank you for your perspective. dagen: no wonder the confirmation hearings as neil gorsuch come a day after a series of opening statements, tough questioning start today. peter barnes is in washington with the very latest. hey, peter. reporter: senators will start their questioning of judge gorsuch today. after the judge with opening statement that tease out the issues addressed today. one of them is the judge's support for so-called original intent. the legal doctrine argues justices should interpret the law based largely on the original intent of the founding fathers in writing the cons to
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two should come up to look at its text for making rulings. that is the talk turned that justice antonin scalia advance. if confirmed, gorsuch will replace him. >> justice kolya was a mentor, too. he reminded us that words matter. the judge's job is to follow the words in the law, not replace them with those that are. >> critics say original intent limits their ability to interpret the constitution for modern and changing times. back to you in new york. dagen: thank you so much, peter. peter barnes in washington for today's confirmation hearing beginning at 9:30 a.m. eastern time. lauren: banning electronics from us u.s. bound flights. passengers would not be of use laptops, ipads are cameras on board, but cell phones and medical devices will be permitted. originating from 13 countries in
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the middle east and africa. the decision is not based on a specific intelligence threat, but an increase in terror related chatter that they are seen. the ban in effect today some of the airlines say could last 96 hours. train -- dagen: ireland's britain has died. army commander make a mess of a years age. a serious catholic protestant violence. the president gerry adams calling mcinnis a passionate republican who worked tirelessly for peace and reconciliation for the reunification of this country. mcguinness helped after decades of sectarian violence. he then became deputy first minister in the power-sharing government. lauren: let's get caught up in the global market action overnight. the big winner in asia is the
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cost in south korea getting 1%. the former president apologizing to the country as she arrived at the prosecutor's office for questioning and then the probe. the shanghai composite and the hang seng in hong kong and in a third of 1%. here's your downer in japan. the nikkei reopening for the third time this week, down a third of 1%. dagen: in europe, stocks are -- let's take a look at the markets. still early. 5:39 a.m. in the east. losses on the ftse 100 and the dax in germany. cac quarante up a quarter of a percent. trip through the banks are putting in a nice performance today including deutsche bank did this is how u.s. stock markets are trading. snapping three days of losses. not major losses, but losses nonetheless. up 11 points they did right slightly yesterday. talking about the second-highest
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level in history. we should have a slightly higher open at the open today. dagen: checking key commodities. gold here and now. crude up about 35 cents a barrel. forty-eight dollars still under the $50 a barrel part and gold a little bit at $1231 an ounce in change. lauren: apple shares are hitting new highs. 1% yesterday. record $141. the dow's top performer this year up within 33% if you look at 52 weeks. rumors that apple launched products including the new apple pro lineup, larger i see model and new apple watch bands this week adding to the momentum is warren buffett's berkshire hathaway quadrupling its investment in apple in february. apple shares of fannie mae's run recently. dagen: and here's a look at headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal."
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british leader theresa may face in her toughest test yet for eggs in the european union with the day for formal e.u. talks to begin next week or the prime minister may well embrace being bloody difficult brings uncompromising style to the bargaining session. the $100 million investment in an iphone rival. a smartphone startup funded by the creator of google's android operating system and part because the south bank's relationship with apple. wet winter pointed to sorry salads. threatening crops including leafy greens and on inflating to shortages and higher prices. lauren: coming up, a busy week in washington. why does what is the strategy greater health care reform, tax cuts and supreme court nominee on what we? we'll talk to republican
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lauren: 5:45 on the dot. president trump will meet with republican lawmakers this morning to discuss the proposed obama to replacement bill. house gop leaders working to last-minute changes to the legislation to shore up support from the gop rank-and-file. they're proposing $85 billion in tax credits to help older americans buy health insurance. supreme court nominee neil gorsuch returns to capitol hill for day two of his senate confirmation hearing. democrats expected to post sharp questions about the nominee's views on abortion, gun control and judicial independence.
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the white house banning certain electronic devices on flights to the u.s. from 13 international airports. passengers will not be able to use their laptops, tablets and cameras onboard, but cell phones are okay and medical devices also permitted. fox to sources say the decision is not based on specific intelligence, but rather an increase in terror related chatter they are seeing. uber is looking to make bombs and explosives that can get on u.s. airplanes. the market seemed perez, dow futures of 13 can s&p upgrade, nasdaq up 9.5. that's a look at what's happened a dow. dagen: thanks, lauren. a possible link to trump campaign. how will this impact the president's push for big items on its agenda including health care repeal and replace reform? supreme court nominee tax cuts join us now with kevin sheridan, former spokesman for romney and paul ryan but they shared and
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media group. the gop making changes overnight to drum up conservative support. again, making changes for moderates with greater handout to older americans, but then also you've got work requirements potentially on medicaid or will this make a difference, kevin? >> yeah, i think it will. this is what the member driven process will look like. we haven't seen it in a long time because we had years of harry reid and democrats in congress doing everything from nancy pelosi's office and harry reid's office on christmas eve, writing the bill him upon the care and 2009. this is an actual legislative looks like. members get to make changes to it and have their voice heard. they reflect their constituencies and constituencies are different. the senate represents more purple states and bigger constituencies in the more
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conservative than a lot of these district places who are going to be more in favor of the conservative changes. that will have to come together. but we'll bring it all together at the end of the day as donald trump's leadership. president trump needs to remind them that this is his priority. he ran on repeal and replace and this is the vehicle to do it. get it to the senate. let them have their say. they can all have their say. then it got to the house and then bring both sides together. this is a big priority for everyone. lauren: kevin, separate day, five hours of testimony about russia. donald trump did not speak about russia or wiretapping at all when he was rallying in louisville, kentucky last night. what does he make about mentioning number one. number two, is the russia track
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helping? >> is certainly up a lot of media coverage. the media loves this story. the democrats want to make this since watergate and try to bring him down over some collusion with russia during the campaign. we just haven't seen any real evidence of that. we just know there's an investigation. we don't know where that will lead. the only crime committed is the one where general flynn, when he was a private citizen was unmasked in a wire -- in surveillance and the actual tape of his or the actual transcript of his remarks were then late to the press and ended up in his firing. that's the only crime i know of. until we get more than that, he just needs to keep trucking forward. dagen: thanks for being here. kevin sheridan. lauren: they get the last laugh
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lauren: time now for spores. the ncaa tournament taking a break and we'll start with dna. the cupcake mocking that injured kevin durant as they prepare to play the warriors. hamas kristen as factory wish i was that john paul.
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i assume both sides have to get involved here including russell westbrook. they finally separate everybody in a bunch of technical's are booted out. westbrook received one of them. his 15th of the season just one away from suspension. the cytosolic entries again craig thompson finds curry for feeding three. their days as partners for golden state ran. warriors of 20 at the half. they going to rate this one big you want a loving-95. to use an out pitch and scored on the rockets take on the nuggets. the makassar point. jimmy or nelson rebound goes coast-to-coast. the rockets take the lead and they went 125-124. that gives the fans high-fiving. cardin finishes with 39 points and 11 rebounds. we are one step closer to finding out what happened to tom brady's missing super bowl 51 jersey. officials amateurs in mexico
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when i'm out trying to find out if a former mexican newspaper executive is behind the theft. various reportedly, exclusively reporting to the man in this video is the likely culprit is swiped the jersey after the super bowl. u.s. and mexican officials have yet to identify the suspect at the paper that employed the man says he resigned on march for team for personal reasons. to weather now. a slight warm-up for the first full day of spring. two strands on the horizon. they go to fox meteorologist adam klotz for the details. happy tuesday and happy second day of spring. reporter: we are tracking some spring showers early this morning. none of these real big. the west is a little stronger. the east coast along the mid-atlantic area just like shower activities. a little bit of rain were more along east coast as well.
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here's the larger system on the west coast dropping at times very heavy rain in northern california stretching into portions of oregon and washington as well. this is before deciding dan has been a wet winter helping with drought conditions makes. the last five years. we are looking at forecast precipitation, some of the spots getting six, eight inches of total rain. pierce her temperature numbers. 85 degrees in some spots. 57 in new york, 51 in chicago. finally feeling more like spring. lauren: and now i'm out till the in the northeast. reporter: we need it, but not going to happen. cool enough for the next couple of days. lauren: should've let him and when he did. adam klotz, thank you. next week talking about a chicken who can cross the road whenever he wants. you are watching "fbn:am."
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maria bartiromo and warnings with the race starts right now. trade you thank you so much. thank you for joining us. a maria bartiromo. her top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. health care reform changes made. republicans proposing crucial changes to the odometer replacement belt. but getting those votes may not be so easy. >> and has been one broken promise after another. people have been kicked off their plans and their premiums have increased by double and triple digit. arizona up 116%. >> if we don't bring premiums down when somebody opens up their insurance premium invoices and it doesn't come down in 2018, the problem with that as we will have failed no matter what policy you put

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