dislike president trump. he had the unifying message. lou: thank you for being with us. that's it for tonight. tomorrow night lauren: breaking news this morning, russian military officials say they believe they have killed the leader of isis, one of the most wanted men in the world. good morning, happy friday, i'm lauren simonetti. lea: good morning, i'm lea gabrielle. also breaking this morning, president donald trump rolling back some of the changes made with cuba. lauren: technology stocks selling off yesterday. dow down 14. for the week dow is up. nasdaq, however, sliding for the second week in a row. let's show you the action. nasdaq up 1. lea: facebook says that it's using new artificial intelligence software to block
terrorist propaganda, but does it really work? lauren: nike in a global battle with adidas planning workforce and selling more sportswear to the consumer. lea: in baseball, another night of extra innings for the new york yankees as they play the oakland a's. lauren: good morning, tgif, welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lea: russia's defense ministry say that is the leader of isis may be killed in one of the air strikes in syria along with 30 isis commanders and 300 fighters. air strike in raqqah late last month targeted a meeting of isis leaders, russia says it's still investigating the report of baghdadi's death through various channels. lauren: president trump heading to miami to announce changes
made by president obama. revised policy will take aim at travel and cutting off the flow of america's cash to cuban security and resources. still a former u.s. deplo mat says he doesn't expect major changes. >> there may be some small steps some small negative step but i think reality will win out and trump will see that it doesn't make any sense, that goes against the answers of the united states. lauren: looks like you can bring back cuban cigars. they have been reviewing it for five months. lea: steve scalise wounded on
wednesday after gunman open fired in baseball game in suburban, virginia, doctors issuing a statement late last night. earlier today congressman underwent second surgery related to internal injuries and broken bone in leg. he remains in critical condition but has improved in the last 24 hours. the congressman will require additional operations and will be in the hospital for sometime. lauren: unity was the theme as democrats and republicans took at park for charity game last night. president trump delivering this message. >> i leave you with three great american words that for generations have torn down barriers, built bridges of unity and defied those who have pulled us apart. ladies and gentlemen, let's play ball. lauren: love it, democrats easily beat republicans, record number of tickets sold, nearly
25,000 and more than $1 million was raised. four other people were wounded in the attack including two capitol police officers. lea: deputy attorney general rod rosenstein issuing warning about anonymous sources in a statement rosenstein says americans should quote exercise caution before believing anonymous source reports. apparent reference of ongoing leaks surrounding the investigation in agod connections with russian officials. rosenstein statement did not mention a specific story but after washington post report that had special counsel robert mueller is investigating the dealings of jared kushner, president trump's son-in-law. lauren: vice president mike pence has hired a lawyer for ongoing investigations for russia's role in 2016 presidential election. a former virginia attorney general and a former u.s. attorney for the eastern district of virginia.
president trump has his own personal lawyer last month by investigations by the special counsel robert mueller and congressional committees. lea: senate has passed a bill that gives it more control over sanctions by russia. requires the trump administration to get congressional approval before it can lift existing sanctions on russia, it also broadens some of the sanctions already in place by russia. senator mccain says finally hoadz russia accountable on 2016 presidential election. lauren: doctor says an american college student relieved from captivity has extensive brain damage, otto warmbier was released. they did not say whether the 22-year-old will recover. his father fred was a guest on fox news' tucker carlson last night. >> this is a rogue regime, they
are terrorists, they are brutal, there's no sense to anything here. they've crossed the line with my son otto and so you -- it would be -- it would be very difficult to look for a lesson here amongst this insanity. lauren: insanity, serving a 15-year sentence for allegedly trying to steal a post -- poster. lea: two inmates captured after holding a tennessee couple hostage in their home. the couple suffered minor injuries from the rope that was use today tie them up and, quote, extremely traumatized. the fugitives surrendered to law enforcement after a highway
chase. ricky and donnie escaped county jail after shoot two prison guards and driving off. lauren: let's get you caught up in global market action overnight. bank of japan holding policy steady. nikkei up 1%. hang seng and hong kong up a quarter of 1%. shanghai composite down a third. lea: stocks in europe right now, the ftse in london hire by 27, cac quarante higher by 44 and dax by 67. lauren: it's interesting what's going on by u.s. investors, dow up yesterday, four weeks in a row, futures up 27 this morning but if you take a look at the nasdaq, we are selling there. the nasdaq selling 42 points, could be down two weeks in a row. tonight nasdaq futures 4 points.
lea: let's take a look at key commodities. lower than $45 a barrel right now and gold higher by two bucks, 12.56 a troy ounce. lauren: the question is this selloff that we are seeing specially in big-cap technology games, we bring chief investment officer and say good morning to you. >> good morning, lauren. lauren: what's your take on technology? >> technology got ahead of itself, you know, before this slide started it was up about 16%, the leading sector. so i think this is a healthy consolidation. is it over? it's hard to say. i still have an overweight on the technology space. so i think long-term this is just a bump in the road, but -- lea: talk about big names, the fang stock, apple facebooks and others, do you think these offer an opportunity right now for buyers? >> you know, i think apple in particularly does -- does offer an opportunity just from the
standpoint that it has -- apple has been so cheap for so long and, of course, there's concern that innovation streak is over, but even if that tapers off a little bit, the stock is still attractively priced. lauren: inflation has been soft, they seemed unfazed by it. the bond market might tell you otherwise. are they out of step here, are they missing something? they have taken missteps in the past in financial and housing crisis? >> it's hard to say, lauren. they say the economic weakness is transitory and they believe the pick-up in job growth and they are positioned for that. the trouble is we can't tell if they're right or wrong until after the fact.
lauren: so do you think they are behind? >> ii am going to give them the benefit of the doubt here. i'm in a wait and see mode. lea: where are you on economic growth? are you concerned about the pace of what's going on? >> it seems that we are going to have double digits earning growth. for me that's what it always boils down to. obviously i watch job growth as well. i think -- i think the economy is going to continue to crank along and should be. lauren: what do you make of oil prices, they were at $44 yesterday. we haven't seen that since november of 2015, what is this saying to you? >> i'm underweight in the energy space. i still think we have way too much supply out there. i think the dollar is going to continue to nudge up which is another negative. not a big fan for energy stocks in general. lauren: opec doesn't seem to be doing much effectively to take supply off the market. >> you know, a lot of the commodity-base emerging markets,
they're starving for cash so they are going to keep pumping oil, i believe. lea: do you think the low gas prices, do you think they'll help economic growth? >> you know, it's funny, we say that all of the time. it never seems to translate through for some reason. maybe one of these days it will. lea: consumers like to see it and you would think they go out and spend more money, right? >> university of michigan consumer sentiment should help that. lauren: gas prices under 3, we don't worry about it as much, it's when you get over that level. i'm glad that you brought up consumer sentiment because for some reason we are confident. >> i know, how about that? it doesn't seem like all the political issues in the country are translating through to -- to the people. lauren: we hang onto hopes for tax reform. good to see you. >> thanks, lauren, thank you. lea: coming up, we will get a reaction from leader of isis may have been killed in air strikes
in syria. how is facebook using artificial intelligence to combat terrorism and will it really work? we will tell you. let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures, dow futures higher by 32, nasdaq by 6. you're watching fbn:am, stay with us. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night,
nike wants to be quicker on its feet. it's cutting more than a thousand jobs and eliminating a quarter of shoe styles. amazon is trying to stop in-store shaping from comparing prices on their phone. it's come up with technology that let's stores to see what a shopper is searching for while connecting to the store's wi-fi, the store with take action, e-mail or comparable items and can block access to competitive content. facebook battling terrorism on its sight. the social network saying it's using artificial intelligence to
find and remove terrorist content before other users see it. it employees more than 150 people focusing on countering terrorism. let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures, dow futures higher by 36, s&p higher by 3, nasdaq futures higher by 8, that's what's happening now, lauren. lauren: thank you, lea. that russia may have killed leader of isis in air strike in syria. what's next in our fight against the militant group? joining us now kristin, contributor to the hill and steve rogers, former member of the fbi task force. steve, kristin, good to see both of you. >> good morning. >> good morning. lauren: russia claimed it may have killed the head of isis baghdadi, how big a deal would this be, steve? >> a big deal. if they in fact, killed him, they decapitated the head of isis.
to make sure they go into raqqah, hit them at the commanding control center and hit supply line bus this was the brutal decision-maker that had to go. lea: we heard claims like this before, the question is this going to be more credible. kristin, i want to go to you, do you think that's now bearing fruit? >> if this report is true, as you mentioned, there have been reports in the past that baghdadi had been killed, if this is true it's huge, number one enemy in the fight against isis and this is a reminder that we do share a common enemy with russia, isis, isis has caused war across europe and the united states. trump has said he's willing to work with any nation and a place where we can go with russia. lauren: does this give putin creditability, steve?
>> ronald reagan trust but verify f russia can verify that they took him out, then this is a big deal and it really solidifies efforts with russia to take isis out. lea: of course, we know we have to question everything that's coming out of russia, we will see what turns up on that. let's turn to robert mueller investigation. there's report that is mueller is opening investigation into the firing of former fbi director james comey. given that relationship, kristin, i want to ask you, do you think that this potentially represents conflict of interest for mueller and will people will be calling for him to resign? >> he should resign, mueller has got to go, the conflict of interest is glaring. the special counsel statute specifically states that mueller is banned from serve if he has a personality relationship with anyone substantially involved in the investigation or the prosecution mueller and james comey are life-long friends,
folks at the fbi say they were attached tat hip while working in the doj. this is incredibly troubling. lauren: good point, kristin, and his investigation seems to be never-ending, steve. now they are investigating kushner, the son-in-law of president trump. >> you're absolutely right. 38 years i spent in law enforcement, i worked closely with fbi agents at the national joint terrorist force, the fbi in my whole life was the role immediate nationwide, it has permanently been damaged because of james comey and robert mueller's relationship as kristin said is really troubling, he has to go and go now. >> to be fair, many agents within the fbi have said that they did support comey and they they respected him when they were working for him. so i just want to mention that. thank you, guys, both. coming up in sports, ricky
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in u.s. open with jack nicklaus and time. johnson, ten shots back in the lead. jordan, he shoots a one over 73, eight strokes behind and a reminder that mornings with maria will be live at the open today. and in baseball, the yankees and a's having trouble holding onto leads. the bombers coming back 4 times in this one. top of the night gary sánchez pitch and game tide at 6 but the yankees surrender a lead as well. chris davis at the plate with the bases loads, pop-up, castro going back and can't make the catch. two runs come into score. oakland wins 8-7. nationals at the mets, first inning, harper hitting and lies one deep. seventeenth of the year. nationals win that one 8-3 but
the mets lost more than game. fifth inning anthony center, he can't make the play and forced out of the game with a fractured left thumb. so tough break for the mets as the injuries continue to pile up there. lauren: well, it's friday and everybody is thinking about the weekend and father's day plans, let's check with fox meteorologist janice dean. tgif. janice: unfortunately as we get into the weekend, if you look at the northeast, mid atlantic, we have unsettled weather pattern. 64 in new york, 69 in cincinnati, cooler temperatures toward the south, we have the front that's pushing on through ahead of it very warm unstable air and a lot of moisture being pumped across northeast, mid atlantic, parts of florida, midwest, this weekend remaining unsettled. i don't think it's going to be a wash-out for anyone but we are going to see hit or miss showers
in forecast. severe threats unfortunately across the central u.s. and midwest, large hail damaging winds, isolated tornadoes for all of the areas that you see shaded in green, yellow and orange, be alert if you have a watch or warning in your area and overnight tonight into the evening we will see potential for tornadoes. quickly, forecast very warm across the southwest. the central and southern u.s. and unsettled all along the eastern third of the country as we head into the weekend. just have plans to maybe stay indoors saturday or sunday although i don't care it's going to be a wash-out ladies. leave lowe all right, i guess we will see. president trump gets set to scale back some of the obama economic policies with cuba. the american college student held captive by north korea has extensive brain damage, we will hear what his father thinks about north korea, you're watching fbn:am, stay with us. online u.s. equity trades...
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lauren: nike in global battle with adidas plan to go sell more directly to consumer. lea: in baseball, a late night with extra innings. lauren: as we say good morning to you, happy friday, 5:31 a.m. in new york. june 16, welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. breaking news this morning, russian defense ministry say the leader of isis may have been killed the one of air strikes in syria, defense ministry say it is air strikes may have killed abu bakr al-baghdadi. strike in raqqah late last night targeting meeting of leaders, russia says it's checking on the report of al-baghdadi's death through various chance.
lea: the white house says the revised policy will take aim at tourist travel and cutting off the flow of american cash to cuba's military and security services, but trump will apparently keep many of president obama's steps to normalization, things like diplomatic, relations and stop to the island and cruise ships. a former u.s. diplomat says he doesn't expect major changes in this. >> there may be some small step, some small negative steps but i think reality will win out and trump will see that, look, that doesn't make any sense. that goes against the interest of the united states. lea: revised u.s. policy will fulfill a promise that trump made when he was in the campaign trail. lauren: let's get to the latest on representative steve scali section, wounded wednesday when a gunman opened fire in
virginia. doctors did issue a statement last night. they say congressman steve scalise underwent second surgery, he remains in critical condition but has improved in the last 24 hours. the congressman will require additional operations and will be in the hospital for some sometime. lea: unity was the theme as democrats and republicans took to the field in park for charity game last night. president trump delivering a video message. >> i leave you with three great american words that for generations have torn down barriers, built bridges of unity and defied those who have sought to pull us apart. ladies and gentlemen, let's play ball. [cheers and applause] lea: democrats easily beat republicans 11-2, record number of tickets were sold nearly 25,000 and more than $1 million was raised.
lauren: nice to see everyone wearing lsu gear in support of scalise. rod rosenstein warning about anonymous sources. in a statement rosenstein says american should, quote, exercise caution before believing anonymously sourced reports. this is an apparent reference to the ongoing leaks surrounding the investigation into alleged connections between russian officials and the president, his campaign, rosenstein statement did not mention a specific story but his warning comes just hours after the washington post reported that special counsel robert mueller is investigating the business dealings of jared kushner, president trump's adviser and son-in-law. lea: vice president mike pence has hired a personal lawyer for ongoing investigation into russia's role in the 2016 election, aides say pence called former attorney general, the
aides say pence interviewed several lawyers before selecting . lauren: senate passing a bill that gives more control over sanctions on rush ai. the bipartisan bill requires the trump administration to get congressional approval before it lifts existing sanctions on the country. it also broadens some of the sanctions already in place against russia. senator john mccain calls the legislation finally holding russia accountable for braising attack on our 2016 presidential election. lea: doctors say american college student who was release from captivity has extensive brain damage, otto warmbier was held in prison and doctors describe condition as state of unresponsefullness, they did not say whether the 22-year-old will recover. his father was a guest on tucker carlson tonight last night.
>> this is a rogue paraia regime. they are terrorists, they are brutal, there's no sense to anything here. they've crossed the line with my son otto and so you -- it would be -- it would be very difficult to look for a lesson here amongst this insanity. lea: otto warmbier was serving a 15-year sentence for alleging stealing a poster from hotel wall. lauren: i'm glad he's back home. two inmates escaped from a georgia prison back on tuesday captured after holding a tennessee couple hostage in their home, the police say the couple suffered minor injuries from the rope that was use today tie them and they are, quote,
extremely traumatized. the fugitives surrendered to law enforcement after highway ways, ricky dubose and donnie rowe escaped after shoot two prison guards and extradited back to georgia where they will face multiple charges. lea: gets get you caught up on global market action overnight. here is a look at stocks in asia. hang seng higher by a quarter of 1%, the shanghai composite lower by a third of 1% and the kospi higher just fractionally. taking a look at stocks in europe right now, markets in europe did open higher today and there's a look now, the ftse in london higher by 52, cac quarante higher by 42 and dax in germany higher by 55. lauren: britain starts brexit negotiations next week and we just received word that the uk finance minister says they will negotiate in good faith to keep nice relationship with the eu going forward. taking a look at the u.s. picture this morning, it's been
a rough week for the nasdaq, nasdaq futures are up 6 points this morning, however, the nasdaq down potentially two weeks in a row. the dow, however, up 25 points this morning on futures, could be up 4 weeks in a row. so a nice streak there. and commodities this morning, oil, it's been a rough ride for oil, 44.72 a barrel. gain today. down four weeks in a row. longest losing streak since august 2015. gold down 12.57 a troy ounce. leave lowe federal reserve raised short-term interest rates. welcome back, rob. >> thanks, lea. lea: do you think the fed is making a mistake by not taking into account the latest weak inflation reading? >> well, they say that this weak inflation reading and the weak employment and economic reports in general will be transitory.
lea: how? >> they think it's going to pick up in the previous levels and spark inflation and that's what they're saying and, of course, we won't know until after the fact if they were correct. i have we have to take them as face value on this. lauren: bond market is saying something else. 2.16, 2.17%, this is the fourth lowest level of the year. we are also seeing the yield curve flatten, more of this story is the bond market saying the economy is not so good. >> a lot of people are saying the stock market is saying one thing and the bond market is saying another thing. typically they don't act -- stocks are doing well, bonds are doing well and means price is going up and what gives there and i think clearly with stocks is the earnings recovery, with bonds there's a global demand for yield that has -- i don't think it has anything to do with weak economic growth, the
economy is sputtering, what have you. so it's a global demand for yield and, of course, the u.s. continues to be the safe haven with all of this political strain going on around the world. lea: that's interesting, overall what sectors do you like for investors and which ones do you recommend? >> i continue to look financials because we will have a yield curve eventually even though we are not seeing right now. that's probably my favorite sector. i also like consumer discretion technology and then i would avoid health care, there's continued talk about come prezzing prices, what have you and commodities as well. lea: what about tax stocks right now? >> even though tech has suffered for the last few weeks, i think it's a bump in the road and they'll regain their mojo. lauren: let's talk about tech stocks, the technology sector obviously is huge and we seem to focus on the popular momentum stocks. >> fang. >> outside of those stocks, is tech healthy?
>> i think overall it is. i think we do focus on those momentum names, those pe ratios are pretty high. you know, our shop would tend to be more in say the apples of the world, a little more than a reasonably priced i'd say. lea: we saw a big selloff, what do you think was behind that? >> i really think, that segment of the market had gotten ahead of itself. it was up 16%, best performing sector in the s&p and i do think with some of the earnings reports, maybe some of the forward guidance was shaky as well. lea: all right, thank you, rob. thanks for being with us. lauren: breaking news to bring you, top military spokesperson in baghdad tells fox news the american military has no evidence to support russia's claim to have killed the head of isis in a recent air strike. this is the third time in its past few weeks someone made a claim that baghdadi has been killed.
lea: we have seen that in past years as well. lauren: coming up, what's next for a special counsel robert mueller and investigation into russian meddling in the u.s. presidential election and shares of snapchat parent snap, guess what, they fell back to ipo price of $17. what exactly is worrying investors right now? are markets overall worried today? no, dow is up 28, s&p is up 3 and nasdaq up 8. checking out the futures, stay was. we will be right back.
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lauren: good morning, 5:45 in new york. happy friday to you. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. bye, bye butter fingers, nestle putting up business for sale, trying to get a healthier bottom line as customers demand healthier snack. shares of snap falling back to ipo price, owner of snapshot said that at the time hottest u.s. tech in years. snap has warrant that it might never become profitable. netflix leap-frogging cable tv.
netflix had 50 million subscribers, 2 million more than cable the first time ever netflix has taken the lead. let's show you stock market futures on final day of tough trading particularly for the nasdaq, nasdaq futures are up this morning and nasdaq -- lea: there are new reports that there may soon be another investigation into the firing of former fbi director james comey so what's next for mueller? joining us now is kristin, contributor to the hill and author of government gone wild and steve rogers, former member of the joint terrorism task force, welcome back to both of you. we are learning about this possible new investigation through more leaks from the fbi, so you know, i just want to turn over and ask the question, how are there so many leaks, does this say something about mueller's handling of the
investigation so far? >> our nation is in serious trouble because of these leaks and the justice department at this point in time is going to have the clean out every intelligence agency. there has to be a lot of revetting of everyone who works in the intelligence structure of the united states government. i've never seen anything like this in the years i have been in law enforcement. something has to be done now because the leaks are very damaging to national security as well as the recent investigations. lauren: kristin, do you think the leaks say something and the continued leak that is we seep saying about mueller's handling of this investigation? >> i do, i mean, look this seems to be an investigation in search of a crime. there's still no hard evidence that donald trump obstructed justice. he had every right to fire james comey and didn't obstruct justice if he instructed comey to stop investigating flynn. the only crime that we know are happening right now are the continuous leaks to the media
that are meant to take down trump. it's ridiculous -- lea: you're saying there's no obstruction of justice if he did tell comey not to investigate flynn, you don't think it's not obstruction of justice? >> the president has every right -- he could have pardoned flynn, but back to mueller, i think that he needs to resign immediately and if he doesn't trump should fire him, he is good friends with the star witness against the donald trump, everyone in dc say that is mueller is a good-honest guy with integrity but even good and honest people can be influenced by perm connections, that is is why we have ethics rules in place. lea: steve, i want to get your take on that and top aide for vice president pence says that vice president has hired a personal criminal defense lawyer to guide him through the investigations. do you see him now as a target? >> well, he's doing that to protect himself in the event that he is subpoenaed before any congressional hearing or by
mueller. in my view the president of the united states has been telling the truth all of along. and as kristin said, where is the evidence, where's the probable cause? it seems to me they're on a fishing expedition and this is why the american people are losing confidence in this investigation and the only way to straighten it out mueller has to step down and bring somebody else in there that is not connected in any way, shape or form to the justice department or any intelligence agencies. lauren: donald trump tweeted they made up phone yes collusion with story and now they go for obstruction of justice on the phoney story, nice. but all of this, kristin, final few second here, this is a distraction to the trump agenda of getting stuff done on the economy? >> it's a huge distraction, look, terrorism continues to rock the globe, our border is still porous, americans want change. lea: all right, we have to go,
kristin, steve, thank you for the insight. lauren: ricky fowler ties the u.s. open and in baseball another late night extra innings for the yankees, how did they do against the oakland a's? meanwhile in los angeles, batman speaking, all of you to brace yourselves for big news, the biggest, tell them, robin. >> it's really exciting. lauren: la honoring adam west and batman i am totally blind. i lost my sight in afghanistan. if you're totally blind, you may also be struggling with non-24. calling 844-844-2424. or visit my24info.com.
round. shoots 7 under 65 and ties under the more par round with jack nicklaus and tom. johnson 3 over 75. jordan spieth also having a tough time. eight strokes behind. mornings with maria will be live once again today at the open. let's switch to baseball. yankees having trouble holding on the lead. top of the ninth, gary sánchez sends the pitch, rbi single, game tide at 6 but the yankees surrender lead as well. a's down 7-6, chris davis at the plate with bases loaded, pop-up to center, castro going back, he can't make the catch, two runs come in, oakland wins the game 8-7 in the end.
lea: before you head out the door, let's get a look at father's day weekend forecast with fox senior meteorologist janice dean. janice: good morning, let's look at the current temperatures, cool over the northeast. the eastern part of country dealing with showers and thunderstorms unfortunately as we get into the weekend also very warm across the southwest, dangerous heat there. satellite radar imagery shows severe storms across central u.s. and east coast hit or miss showers much of the weekend including father's day. dangerous heat for millions, california to desert southwest. we will be flirting with record highs in phoenix, arizona, look at this as we head into the weekend monday and tuesday, 120-degrees, that is going to be a huge story as we head into next week, also of concern, it is the tropics, it's happening, hurricane season, we are watching this area of disturbed weather moving into the gulf of
mexico, 50% chance of development as we head into next week. a lot to talk about. father's day is on top of mind for everyone, chance of showers on eastern third of the country but we will not be dealing with a big wash-out but we are also watching this. lauren: that's good news, janice. thank you so much. janice: you've got. lauren: you're watching fbn:am. you totaled your brand new car. nobody's hurt, but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
lea: welcome back, los angeles turned gotham city last night to honor adam west. best known for playing batman in the 60's died last week of the age of 88, officials and hundreds of fans were joined robin in batman series. >> he spent his entire life as performer making people happy and making them laugh and trying to make the world a better place. so thank you for coming out. wowy zowy. lift the bat signal summoning the crau saider one last time. a nice tribute for one who touched so many lives and as we say in the navy fair winds in the following seas. let's take a look at the u.s.
stock market futures, dow futures higher by 24, s&p higher by 2, nasdaq higher by 5 and so been great to have you this morning, thank you for being with us here on fbn:am and mornings with maria starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> live from the u.s. open in erin hills golf course in wisconsin, here is maria bartiromo with the special edition of mornings with maria. maria: good friday morning, everybody, thanks so much for joining us on glorious friday morning. i'm maria bartiromo, it is friday june 11, top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. breaking news this morning. leader of isis reportedly killed. the socialed press reporting russia is claiming that it killed abu al baghdadi in syria. at this point