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administration will act differently. >> lou: dr. fry, thank you for welcome us. and we thank you for sharing and come back soon as we discuss it further. thank you so much. lauren: massive breaking news. 150 countries expected to get worse this morning. we will tell you i picked that morning, happy monday. i'm going time in a day. nicole: good morning. i am the call penalty fees. litcrit launches a new missile that can carry a new way warhead. we'll have the latest on both of these stories. nicole: the marketer may retail stocks. more pain this week with target, home depot is follows wal-mart with their latest quarterly results.
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u.s. stock market futures pointed to a pointed to a higher open. topics of 45, nasdaq and s&p have two. nicole: saudi arabia and russia take lead in extending oil supply cut into next year. right now oil at 2.6%. 49 await a barrel. lauren: in a blow to cooper. listed out of its driver car unit agreed to work together to develop self driving cars. nicole: and sports, and i think comeback as they take game one of the western conference finals against the san antonio spurs. in baseball, former yankee shortstop derek cheater honored at yankee stadium. lauren: was so nice. monday, may 15 at your first look at today's markets in the latest breaking news. nicole: a warning as you turn on your computer today, a massive cyberattack to hit at least 150 countries around the world could keep growing. tracey with us this morning. good morning.
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>> the global cyberattack continues to spread to china since 29,002 shins have been infected by the ransom ware known as one of cry. it had many hospitals in the u.k. germany's national railway system in russian interior ministry. victims include american shipping giant fedex, french automaker and japanese automaker nissan. former national intelligence director james clapper saying the scope of the problem may become bigger. >> that is the concern that monday when everyone returns to the office, that the ransom ware attack will be even larger. this is a very serious problem and i think it's going to grow. >> they demanded 300 to $600 in digital prints a big coin. rent somewhere appears to exploit a vulnerability in microsoft windows that was
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reportedly identified at the u.s. national security agent and later linked the internet at microsoft president right it said in a blog post yesterday, this attack provides yet another example by this out by linda vulnerabilities that government is such a problem. the directory seen the attack is unprecedented. >> we are running around 200 global operations and cybercrime each year. we've never seen anything like this. boosting the price of rent somewhere become the cyberthreat. the global reach is unprecedented. >> experts urge organizations and companies to update older microsoft companies. they urge window users to immediately update security software. at this point it is getting ahead of these hackers. lauren: what can people do to protect them selves as they had to work? >> update your security system.
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be on the lookout if you get a suspicious enough, do not open it. it may already be too late. nicole: tracey comic thank you. lauren: the new ballistic missile over the weekend is capable of a nuclear warhead. officials believe that our lunch to 17 missile, the first test data for a times. experts say it's a big authority and the efforts to develop the nuclear tipped missile capable of reaching the u.s. mainland. u.n. ambassador nikki haley seen the u.s. will put pressure on north korea. >> i think we have taken in the kim jong un said. he is in a state of paranoia. i think this is a message to south korea after the election. what we are going to do is continue to tighten screws you can feel safe. he absolutely feels it. lauren: there will be more nuclear and missile tests.
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nicole: president trump saying you could name a new fbi director by friday. today he departs for his first presidential foreign trip. candidates include adelaide, special agent in charge of the richmond virginia office. andrew mccabe, michael garcia and associate judge in new york's highest court. senator mark warner, ranking democrat on the senate intelligence committee and "fox news sunday" seen attorney general jeff sessions should not participate in finding a new fbi director because he recused himself from the russia probe. >> i don't think you should be part of the review process if they cannot be refusal. and as well, whoever the future fbi director out to be, it should be a law-enforcement professional. this position has never been politicized. i hope you won't choose a nominee. nicole: senate majority with john corning also interviewed before fbi director a long with
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mike rogers, for the fbi agent and chairman of the house intelligence committee. >> let's recap. a massive cyberattack on the provocation for north korea to an search for a new chief of the fbi. join us to talk about it come the brides lakeman to president george w. bush. good to see you, brad. the white house definite type to head the agency before the first foreign trip on friday. will they see a new appointee by friday? >> idea. they've got great candidates. senator corning and then judge garcia from new york. i've followed his career when i was at the white house. he headed ice. i think it'd be the perfect choice. tough prosecutor outside the beltway and is not a political person. he's a professional. either way,, also a counterterrorism next to her. my bet is the president will do this. all that is seen as far as the
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applicants for this job has been highly qualified and they think these are the type of people that could sail through the senate. nicole: sounds like you're garcia said. merit ireland, judge merrick garland. i know you're a fan of garcia, but who gets a role in who should just be ousted right out of the candidates? >> person who should get the role is somebody who is not a household name. nobody should care the fbi directories by name because they should do their job and just do it well and not be before the cameras or seek fame. the people i think better to political should not be considered. there's too much baggage there, especially those identified with a party, specifically those who have held public office. not necessarily the best choice this time. lauren: north korea launched a new missile that's capable of
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carrying a nuclear warhead and could hit the united states. the u.n. security council meeting tomorrow. how should the u.s. respond to this latest provocation? >> we should look to china. china is their enabler and has created this monster. north korea couldn't exist a week without china. therefore president xi zinping, all i should be on hand. we should demand china fixed the problem. no doubt they have power to do it. the question is do they have the will to do it? they've never been put in a position where the entire world came up on the superpower that allows them to access. lauren: brent lakeman comic thank you very much. nicole: treasury secretary pushing economic agenda as that in a meeting of g7 finance ministers wrapped up in italy over the weekend. mnuchin said they deserve the right to be protectionist.
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>> we believe in free trade. we are the largest, most open marketers have constantly said. where we do have large imbalances, we've had very productive discussions with our counterparts. again, i mentioned the agreement with china. it's a start in the right direction. nicole: tax reform in the u.s. are the u.s. are meant to poll the end of the year. the finance minister also discussed the need to strengthen cybersecurity following the massive attack on friday. lauren: francisville elected president sworn into office. 39-year-old macron come youngest leader since napoleon was nominated yesterday one week after defeating our right candidate. macron predecessor welcomed him amid tight security. he's an independent to restore confidence to the country that has been broken by a series of terror attacks as well as a sluggish economy. he's due to visit the chancellor
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angela merkel. trade to the global market action overnight. recent highs roughly down just fractionally. hong kong hang seng at three quarters of 1%. shanghai composite down one quarter of 1% in korea's cost the same thing. lauren: europe, many stock markets all-time high. the ftse up seven points in monday's hitting an all-time high. ditto for the german dax up 12 points. cybersecurity stocks in oil prices rallying today. the nasdaq up four weeks in a row paid 5.8%. the dow in the acid he had to drop in and snapped three weeks of gains. right now to have features that 35 points. s&p futures up to. nasdaq futures up one point. lauren: 2.5%. the production cuts could and it could go to $3 a troy ounce.
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nicole: window and blessed is the driverless -- are. to develop autonomous vehicle technology. reportedly plans to help expand itself driving technology through its taxi service. waymo brings it to the arrangement and operated more than than 300 cities across the u.s. both companies are rivals of grouper, which started testing itself driving vehicles last summer. lauren: home depot under stocks are watching this retailer support latest quarterly earnings. we'll hear from the home improvement chain tomorrow. home depot will post better-than-expected sales for 2017 is rising home values encourage homeowners to remodel. target out the numbers wednesday. it's told investors that it makes report a profit low expectations. it also plans to lower prices to
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compete with wal-mart and amazon are speaking of wal-mart. wal-mart releases its latest numbers thursday. i spent the company would cut hundreds of corporate jobs in its international and technology businesses along with sam's club warehouse chain. nicole: coming up, investors started out the week observing geopolitical risks like a missile launcher and north korea. >> we have to get in the kim jong un said rich's piece in a state of paranoia. he's incredibly concerned about anything and everything around him. trade to anthony chan tells us that investors should note. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: 5:15 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up in its happening now. the cyberattack around the world over the weekend may not be over. companies finish of reporting problems as they booted up this morning. a global hunt is underway for the hackers who infected businesses, half those in government agencies in at least 150 countries. north korea says it has conducted a successful test launch of a medium long-range holistic rocket that can carry a nuclear warhead. officials in japan and south korea say the missile flew higher and for a longer period than any other the north has
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ever tested. president trump says he could nominate a new fbi or by the end of the week. congressional democrats threatening to withhold support for any nominee unless an independent investigator is appointed to look into possible ties between russia and associates of the president. u.s. stock market futures peaked out down for days in a row. we have a team not. this morning looking not. that is what happening now. >> north korea launches a new missile that can carry a nuclear warhead. how should investors through the latest geopolitical risk? joining us now is chief economist anthony chan. is it possible the threat from north korea is going to affect u.s. markets today? >> there is a perception there is good cooperation between china and the united states. historically a fracturing of the
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strong relationship can lead the japanese yen to become a lot stronger in japan. >> there is no doubt they are working together on this, but now it's like a slap in the face. if china becomes uncertain in any way, does not affect the markets? >> it does. remember, china has a lot of lovers, economic levers and political lovers. they are going napoleon does lovers and as it escalates, they are going to escalate their pressure and north korea. lauren: let's talk about your up for a second. emmanuel macron in france. how does that play out? >> i'm very excited because france is more eurocentric. they certainly put all the concerned to rest about whether or not the yours summer break down. greater cooperation with germany is positive. people say if you had good
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cooperation with germany but angela merkel is that that's not positive. certainly she's been on a good run in which a sophomore election funds sunday suggesting that she's doing better. the alternative that is more eurosceptic actually just got 7.4% of the votes. no real threat and social democrats are running soft on these elections. positive for germany. >> a cyberattack. sabres dogs and many others moving to the upside on friday in the hills of this and people turn on computers and still see that. your thoughts quickly. >> this is not a positive development. we do have the infrastructure to deal with this. these companies will be more popular and the investments will embrace them a lot more. trained to anthony chan, thank you geared at the box office this weekend, the first major
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lauren: king arthur, legend of the sword on the box office over the weekend making up this summer movie season's first major flaw. images $14.7 million its opening weekend. as a marvel superhero remained on top of the second week in a row, earning $63 million. also been in king arthur was newcomer smash. the goldie hahn amy schumer who they brought in its debut weekend. the fate of the series but in phosphate at $4.6 million. nicole: timeout for sports. the yankees have run out of single-digit numbers.
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retiring number two in a mother's day celebration ceremony. derek jeter undone if i in a senate that will be placed with his wife, pregnant. they will stand alongside the tribute such as dimaggio and mantle, captain of the yankees during his final 12 season career that included five world series titles, a three-time batting average in a new york record of 3465 hits. >> i was asked recently by someone, they said if you could trade places with one person, who would it be? and i say this very humbly. there isn't a person or player i would trade places with playing now or ever. nicole: the yankees retired 22 numbers, the most in baseball. derek jeter throws out the first pitch of the game.
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a good time for the yankees. george springer crushes a home run to dead center. the next batter blasts one into the right-field stands and quickly now the astros are two to zero. alex krugman clears the bases. scores six runs in the first inning. ironically happens to a cheater's number two on the astros go on to win it said-7. to the nba western conference finals. worse than the spurs still nursing a sore ankle. it didn't seem to bother him. honored muscles his way and for that rocket and file. san antonio led by as many as 25. third-quarter sales of three pointer, but that's a false that time he steps on his teammate and tweets his ankle, tries to shake it off but isn't obvious pain. he again was his ankle after getting fouled.
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he would head to the locker room. he did not return with the injury. the warriors rallied south korea scores 30 points at the warriors with a stunning comeback would 113-11. a great night at yankee stadium. mariano rivera, a really fun night. lauren: i can't believe you got to go. that was awesome. friday cyberattack could get much worse this week. >> there ran similar attack will be even larger. this is a very serious problem and i think it's going to grow. trades are the latest on what you need to know about these attacks. retail stocks get more retail earnings this week including wal-mart. we will tell you what to expect coming out good markets overall seed in update today. dow futures higher by 20. s&p futures up fractionally. nasdaq teachers up side. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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nicole: breaking news this morning at a massive global cyberattack could have 100,000 organizations had 150 countries as to get worse this morning. we will tell you why. good morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i'm trained for. present journal child wages the fbi but the missile that can carry nuclear warheads are the latest on both of the stories. trench of the dow fell half a percent last week. the marketer or retail stocks. more this week with target, home depot, wal-mart reporting their latest results. but check out what's going on with u.s. stock market futures this morning. the dog night teen.
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s&p futures up slightly, but not at future sound eyes. trade for oil prices jump in after saudi arabia and russia take a lead in extending oil supply cuts in the new year. right now oil prices up 2.5%. 49 evening. nicole: in a blow to uber, lyft agreed to work together with seven died to drive self driving cars. lauren: they're coming fast. another comeback as they take game one of the conference finals against the san antonio's yours. former yankee player derek jeter. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york and we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: are big story this morning. a warning as you turn on your computer today. the massive cyberattack that had 150 countries around the world
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could keep growing. tracee is here. >> good morning. china announces more than 29th is in institutions have been infected by the ran similar known as one of cry. it had many hospitals in the u.k. germany's national railway system. the victims also include american shipping giant fedex, french automaker. from the national intelligence or james clappers in the scope of the problem may become bigger. >> that is the concern that monday when everyone returns to the office that there ran similar attack will be even larger. this is a very serious problem and they think it's going to grow. trade >> they demanded 300 to $600 billion in a point. it appears to lead a
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vulnerability in microsoft windows reportedly identified with u.s. national security agent and later linked to the internet. microsoft president said in a blog post yesterday, this attack is another example of why this out i laid the vulnerabilities by governments is such a problem. the direct or seen the attack is unprecedented. >> we are running around 200 global operations this year. we've never seen anything like this. it's in the rice in the right to ransom by becoming principal cyberthreat. this is something we have been before. the global reach is unprecedented. >> experts urge organizations and companies to a date systems. they urge windows users to immediately update security software. nicole: how can people protect themselves? >> cybersecurity experts say back up your data and offline hard drive and install windows
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update and is a reputable security software to prevent attacks in the future. lauren: this can get pretty bad to speak everything ago in asia overnight. nicole: north korea claiming the new type of long-range missiles is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. u.s. military officials believe that north korea with a 17 missile. the first successful test in four attempts at experts say is fixed at forward to develop a nuclear tipped capable of the u.s. mainland. u.s. ambassador vicky hailey put pressure on north korea. >> we were going into kim jong un's head. he's in a state of paranoia come incredibly concerned about anything and everything around him. after the election. we will continue to tighten screws good he feels it. he absolutely feels that.
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nicole: despite international condemnation, kim jong un says there'll be more nuclear and missile tests. lauren: president chun could name a new fbi director by friday. today he departs for his first presidential trip. candidates include adam latecomer special agent in charge of the richmond virginia office. ter mccabe and acting fbi director currently and michael garcia, former prosecutor and associate judge in new york's highest court. mark warner, ranking democrat on the intelligence committee talking to "fox news sunday" about jeff sessions that he should not participate in finding a new fbi to because he recused himself from the russia probe. >> i don't believe it should be part of this review process. and as well, whoever the future fbi director out to be, he should be aligned for snack professional. the position has never been politicized. i hope the president won't choose a political nominee. lauren: john pointed interviewed
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for fbi director love with mark rogers and the house intelligence committee. derek jeter massive cyberattack convocation for north korea. search for a new chief of the vi. a lot of president trumps late this week. joining us now, brad lakeman, assistant to george w. bush. at one point president trump is going to talk with north korean leader kim jong un with the latest missile launch that has to be off the table right now. what do you think? >> i think it is good we should be talking to china. china enables north korea. north korea could mix this with the help of support of china on multiple levels and i think it's time for a president of one to put up or shut up with north korea's bad behavior. they need to bring the hammer down hard on economic sanctions and use every tool at in their toolbox to rein in north korea.
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lauren: there's also south korea, brad. the new president will make a visit to north korea. how has this changed in a mix between the north and south? >> this would be a real change because for south korea to engage leader to leader, principal to principal would be something really unprecedented in modern times. whether that would be helpful or not depends on the structure of the meeting, where it's to be held, the length of the meeting, who attends, whether the united states was sanctioned such a meeting as far as our participation. even behind the scenes. whether that happens or not, who knows. i certainly would be something would garner the world' attention. nicole: what are thoughts of a massive cyberattack to continue to speak and write is the obligation life? is it the company, the government? >> at all of the above. they are doing an extortion racket money has to be cleared through banks.
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but we need to do is a concerted effort between intelligence services and are as additional financial services to make sure that we don't make it profitable for them to do this on the money side, but also the technology side. the patch the technology side. we've got to prevent this from happening. lauren: cybersecurity come in north korea, let's tied up for the fbi and the new chief. who do you expect it to be? >> my hope is my friend judge garcia from the appellate court of appeals in new york. mike has a stellar record inside and outside of government. he's not a partisan. he could be respected by republicans and democrats. the president has brought forth candidates that are really stellar. the who's who of should be director of the fbi. he should be doing his job under the radar. nicole: thank you, brad. lauren: let's get you caught up in global market action overnight. stocks mostly up despite the nuclear threat from north korea.
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the nikkei in japan is in japan as the lenders are done fractionally. hang seng in hong kong up 9%. the cost in south korea higher by .2% today. nicole: financials and energy came under pressure last week. today mixed bag. transfixed on one quarter of 1% as is the german dax down the same amount. the london ftse pulling out a gain of one 10th of 1%. lauren: looking into the stock market futures. dow futures higher by 18. s&p struggling. nasdaq futures down five. nicole: the empire state manufacturing numbers today in housing starts tomorrow. oil is up a buck 20 continuing the surge on the lead with russia and saudi arabia saying they should continue the cuts. go to $4 to 21 cents a troy ounce. lauren: waymo and lyft are teaming up. there will work with the right
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handling service lyft. they hope to test some of the self driving technology with the taxi service. waymo bring its technology to the arrangement and has a network of taxis operating 300 cities across the country. both companies are rivals of goober which started testing self driving cars last summer. nicole: united airlines after fight at 10 posted a door security codes on a public website. the pilot union tells "the wall street journal" that the problem has been fixed. the newspaper says they periodically change caused punched into a keypad outside the cop a door in order to access the flight. they can also override by anyone to enter the cockpit regardless of whether the right exit code very good news. shares of united continental (-left-paren 5% so far this year. lauren: space act with some heavy lifting today. the falcon nine rocket scheduled for tonight.
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the rocket will carry 13,000 plus pound commercial communications satellite into orbit, the heaviest load by falcon nine so far. an 80% chance of favorable conditions turned 49 net window for the lunch. today scheduled launch lunch comes two weeks come as a pretty quick way after the last mission. lauren: home depot come one of the stocks to watch as the retailers continue to report there that its results. home depot has said it expects to post it at the next record sales for 2017 as rising home values encourage homeowners to remodel. target with its earnings on wednesday picked a discount retailer has told investors it expects to profit below the expectations and plans to lower prices to compete with wal-mart and amazon. speaking of ballmer, the company releases its latest results on thursday. last month the company said it would cut hundreds of corporate
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jobs in its international technology businesses alive at the sam's club warehouse chain. we will see if we get it for this week. lauren: coming up, does low volatility schedule a correction to -- after a web beacon in the northeast, heating up big time. fox senior meteorologist janice dean will have the forecast. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: 5:45 a.m. in new york at the cyberattack spread around the globe over the weekend may not be on this monday morning. companies need to report problems as they booted up this morning. a global hunt underway for the hackers on affected businesses, hospitals and government agencies in at least 150 countries. north korea has conducted a successful test launch successful test launched a medium long-range ballistic rocket that can carry a nuclear warhead but officials in japan and south korea say the missile flew higher and for a longer period than any other vendor specific test fire.
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resident said he could nominate fbi director by the end of the week. rational democrats threatening to withhold support of nasa and independent investigators appointed. to look at a possible ties between russia and associates of the president. in the markets, seen some weakness for the nasdaq down four points this morning. dow futures up by 20. that's a check on what's happening now. nicole: north korea launches a new missile that can carry nuclear warheads. how should investors be the geopolitical risks in the world right now. facing us as investors in the state join us. chase chief economist anthony chan with us this morning. good morning, anthony. north korea risks involved in the markets here at home. the mac we know that's a real serious risk, but historically these tend to see a real surge in the value of the japanese yen and that tends to be kidnapped important equity market in japan. we haven't seen that at this point. and significantly.
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lauren: seen such low volatility. can you explain that? the inequity of low volatility you go back to the end of the index is usually means that year later the equity market is weaker. that is misleading because half of those observations occurred because of the global financial crisis. the better way to look at it is to look at what measures the market perceives volatility would be 30 days from now and look at it when it's below average and above average. what i find is when it is below average, the market a year later underperformance, giving you an s&p 500 that have returned a 6.6%. when the numbers in the other direction, the s&p 500 is up. lauren: you are saying america would underperform one year from now >> one year from now when the index is actually higher. nicole: okay. based on the economics are looking at, the earnings coming
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in, where do you think things are by the end of the year? >> double-digit earnings growth. the year before the 0.2%. the earnings are turning around and not the reason the equity markets are doing a lot better. europe is more exciting than the u.s. nicole: anthony, thanks. the second year in a row, the district of columbia wins the miss u.s.a. crown. >> i stood there in shock and disbelief only because i'm like what my life changing. what is it turning into? what am i going to tell my supervisors? lauren: an epic combat as they take game one of the western conference finals against the san antonio spurs. in baseball, derek jeter is honored at yankee stadium. various of his pregnant wife. we will have the highlights.
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contest yet it is the second year in a row the miss u.s.a. crown went to the district of columbia. nicole: time now for sports. the yankees have run out of numbers. the team retiring derek jeter. and that a plaque in his honor at double the place. will stand alongside tributes to dimaggio and mantle. now 42 years old, his final season. an input of five world series titles at the three-time batting average in 3465 hits. >> i was asked recently by someone, they said if you could trade places with one hand, who would it be? and i say this very humbly. there isn't a person or player i would trade places with that is playing now or ever.
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nicole: the yankees have retired 22 numbers, the most in baseball. let's go to the nba western conference finals. kawai leonard still nursing a sore ankle. didn't seem to bother them early on. muscles his way and. san antonio led to as many as 25. third-quarter sales from the corner but as he falls back he steps on his teammate and tweets his ankle. tries to take it off, but isn't not be as they impede later in the third come back and rolls his ankle after getting fouled. he would head to the locker room and not returned with the ankle injury. the plundered outcome of the workers rally, south korea scores 40 points in the warriors at the stunning comeback when 113-111. nicole: before you head out the door, let's get a look at your monday morning workouts. meteorologist janice dean olivera. reporter: good morning, lauren and nicole. cooler than average across the
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easter at a coastal storm still dumping rain with new england area to swarm across central u.s. are cooler than average temperatures for the west as well. let's take a look at it. nor'easter will be exiting today, there's still a lot of rain with this and win. next-line system moves into the rockies. the potential for very heavy rain also the central u.s. with a chance of strong storms especially later on today and this evening for the high plains. our children and damaging winds. cooler than average temperatures prevailed over the last good one temperatures for the central u.s., southeast. remains in effect for florida and cooler than average temperatures for the northeast. you know what? the temperatures are close to ed, maybe surpass 80 degrees for new york city this week. inverse cost. there is a teaser for you,
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>> so-called magic mirrors allow you to use the video collection hobby choose colors, choose tiles. they also allow you to make a 360-degree video of yourself to twirl around in the dress. they even have face time, video chat and get opinions from your friends. stores including ralph lauren, neiman marcus, already have these magic mirrors. many retailers can see them. she was twirling on the dress is changing colors. top with your friends and see. dagen: that is clever. the picture gives you a better idea. thank you for joining us this monday morning i'm not the end. >> we're going to turn it over
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to maria bartiromo, "mornings with maria." tre to good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. it is monday, may 15th. top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. cyberattack with a list of a hundred thousand organizations hitting over 150 countries on friday. experts warn it could get much worse today. what you need to know as you boot up this morning. austria markets looking like this. features indicate a mixed opening. now investors up by 20 points. nasdaq and s&p 500 close to the flat line. stacks are searching for direction as well. cac quarante lower this morning. in asia overnight, stocks mostly higher. take a look with the best performer in hong kong. the hang seng index up 1%. make average to an in japan. searches on for a jab on for jim comey's replacement. who was on the list to be the next director of the fbi. the president might announce that as soon as this friday. the fallout ov

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