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it. >> now, "shepard smith reporting," live from the fox news deck. >> good favorite day of the week. a debate over whether ted cruz is eligible to be president is heading to court. a lawyer in houston has, as a qopá)r'g for a ruling from a federal court in texas. he is a former assistant u.s. attorney, and says it's time for the judges to decide this issue once and for all. because it's an issue. donald trump has been brinking every chance he gets including the debate. cruz was born in canada, but his mother is an american citizen. and of course he says that makes him a natural born citizen. the constitutional requirements to be president. but it's gray, really. trump says cruz should get a
ruling from a court just to make sure. >> you have a big lawsuit over your head while you're running, and if you become the nominee, who the hell knows if you can even serve in office. >> listen, i've spent my entire life defending the constitution before the u.s. supreme court, and i'm not going to be taking legal advice from donald trump. >> you don't have to. >> zing. another big moment, cruz accused donald trump of having new york values. >> everyone understands that the values in thundershower -- in new york city are socially liberal, proabortion, progay marriage, focus around money and the media. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, mother humanly than new york. we saw more death and even the smell of death. nobody understood it. and it was with us for months, the smell. the air. and we rebuilt downtown
manhattan, and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved new york and loved new yorkers, and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that ted made. >> he has been riding that wave all day. ted cruz's comments causing a fire storm in new york. we have local talk news radio. every 22 minutes hear it comes again. the crush on new york values. the mayor bill de blasio using this as a politics moment, and he could use a good one it's ironic, he says, cruz would blast the city when he bored a million fools for a goldman (çi] numbers show ted cruz has no problem with manhattan at all, not manhattan's money. accord together to federal election commission new york is the fourth biggest fundraising state for ted cruz. one of the sharpest responses to his attack on new york values.
today's "new york daily news." the tabloidses don't miss around. a little subtle but you'll get the gist. lady liberty is having a bird issue. campaign carl cameron is live in washington. what else are we learning about the legal battle over cruz0qazbd eligibility. is this a real issue or did somebody make this up. >> you can get into court, whether it's true or not. anybody can sue. and a lot of legal scholars say this is unresolved issue and others say cruz qualifies. but this week, while all of this fire storm has been going on, an 8 8 -year-old galveston texas trial lawyer has now filed a lawsuit in federal court in houston, texas, challenging that state's junior senator, ted cruz, on his citizenship. the lawsuit is 73 pages long and argues that the definition of
"natural born citizen" has never been settle bid the supreme court so it's not clear, as in his view, as in trump residents view not clear, whether or not cruz, who was born in calgary, canada, is a citizen. his mom was an american-born citizen. his father was a cuban, and whether or not he is eligible nor the presidency, trump likes to say the harvard law professor lawrence tribe says it's up for grabs. trump has been predicting this, fanning doubts before the citizenship, predicting there would be a lawsuit, and now there is one. cruz said at the debate that trump evenlñç acknowledged havig his lawyers look into it in september of last year, and trump said that cruz is fine now. cruz is looking at litigation. trump was in iowa today ripping on the debate. he did not talk about any mention of the lawsuit but has been predicting one just about twice a day for the last couple of weeks. here's a little trump this morning. essentially being pretty hump bell about -- humble about his
debate performance bus there's a little bit of a snark. >> a couple of them did very poorly, actually, very, very poorly, but a couple did really nicely, and i really enjoyed it. never done the debating stuff before. these poll -- politicians are all talk and no action. they talk and talk and nothing happens. >> something happened today, lawsuit challenging ted cruz's citizenship out of texas, his home state. that it will dominate the debate and give donald trump the kind of leverage he doesn't need to dominate the news coverage. >> carl cameron live for news washington. thank you. let's bring in chris wallace, who is in the big studio there in d.c. enjoyed the debate very much. fox business -- they've done just fantastic work. but, chris, ever look at the screen and go, this is happening? there were moments when it felt sort of carnival-esque.
>> but it was pretty entertaining and -- >> very. >> and the field is some rinking in termses of who is on the million stage, the time is and they've taken off the gloves and it was interesting, the back and forth about ted cruz's natural-born citizenship, is his eligible to be president, the back and forth about new york values, really interesting good job on when they had the split screen of trump and nikki haley and her responsible of the president's state of the union address took a shot at trump saying we don't need the siren angry voices, but in this debate trump was gentle with her there in the audience. >> we're friends. >> he said i am angry and in fact i embrace the man -- mantle of anger and turned something that could have been dangerous
into a plus for him saying i share a lot of people's anger about the condition of the country. >> on the big stage, did you get the sense or the pundits suggesting that anybody hurt himself real badly? >> well, to the degree anybody did, according to the so-called pundits -- what do we know -- ben carson didn't have a very good nightful did nothing to stop the slide. he was a front-runner in iowa, and one of the two front-runners nationally a month ago, and now he is in single digits and i don't think he did anything to slow that down. everybody else did pretty well. kashich kind of a bumpy night, but christie, and rubio, did just fine. people say today, if bush had done as well in the first debate we did on fox back in august, as he did last night, he would be in a very different spot in the race. the question is, is it too late for him to make a first
impression? >> before we go, dr. carson -- least disarray. people dropping like flies. do you have a sensenzç he is in this for the long haul or might we hear something? >> i think he will be in it through iowa. i haven't heard anything that said he is going to drop out. you have to figure, though, after iowa, some of the social conservatives, obviously a state that favors them -- people that finish up the track and possible names would be carson and santorum and huckabee. you are going to wonder are they going to stay in? and meanwhile, more moderate primary field when you get to new hampshire and you wonder if establishment candidates are going to stay in i think the field is going to winow. getting to south carolina the dozen will be more like five or six. >> chris wallace, host of "fox news sunday." he'll get a chance to talk to ted cruz about the legal battle
president. we're calling it a legal battle as if it's a legal battle. i'm not sure that raith. it's going to court so you never know. that's "fox news sunday." chris will talk with the speaker of the house, paul ryan, ask him about his poker face and some things from the other night. that's this sunday on fox news sunday, it's must-see tv. see chris wallace, he is lonely. >> democrats are getting ready for their final faceoff before the iowa voters and new hampshire voters get in there the dnc buried most of the democrats' debate on the weekend this is no exception. no. actually at a normal time but sunday and hillary clinton has been stepping up her attacks as bernie sanders closes in on the polls. now chev is going after it again on health care. calling for sanders to reveal the price tag of his plan to have the government cover everybody. >> if you're going to say, free you owe it to voters to say, this is what it will cost --
>> with that payment under a sinning payer program will be seguantly less than what middle class families today are paying for health insurance. >> senator sanders says he'll release the details before the caucuses in iowa. ed henry is in manchester, new hampshire. you were at a%,qáw event last nt for sanders. what about plans for this healthcare proposal? any mention of that? >> reporter: he had a news conference and we pressed him on details. sanders said you'll pay a medicare premium to get expanded health care under his plan if he is president, but he won't say how much you'll pay for that premium. medicare for all, also he calls it. i pressed his supporters who waited in line for hours to see him speak, how to pay for free college and all these other things. listen. >> i think that's probably based on, like -- it's based on the >> on wall street speculation.
>> enough money? >> i0"zkñ think so. but i mean it could possibly -- like, possibly be more taxes on us. >> these are some of the details hillary clinton hopes to pounce when they have their third debate. as sanders becomes a more serious candidate, the clinton camp wants to press for details, but sunday night it's goingçç against downton abbey and two nfl games. the dnc is scheduling things when the country isn't watching. >> the market meltdown coming up. it was better a minute ago. that was a minute ago. the dow is down 393. we were down more than 500 at one point today. you can see it crashed through 16,000 like butter.
and oil, the dow off roughly 1400 points on the year and counting. what is behind it, what is ahead for all of us. that's coming up from the fox news academic on a friday. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like reunions equal blatant lying. the company is actually doing really well on, on social media. oh that's interesting. i - i started social media. oh! it was my...baby. marcoto criticize him fornfair missing votes. "but i am going to miss votes, i'm running for president." but he's been missing votes for a long
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loss for the year. oil has plunged as well. look at all the major indexes today. everything in the red, from home depot to intel. everything is down. and largely that's because of oil, of course. oil at least leading the way. the dow was down almost 1600 points for 2016 earlier in the day. over on the wall you seek how the dow has done this year. down 8%. the price of oil went below $30 today and kept going. the lowest level in more than a decade. and adam shapiro is working+1/#t for us and is live in the fox business news room in mid up to, manhattan, wow. >> at one point we were down 537 points, and we're accelerating to the downside now. dow down 413 points. the last half hour of this hour, the last half hour of trading we could accelerate again to the down side because of twoeñy@v[ . one, no market trading on monday, and investor does not
whatnot to be held over a three-day weekend in long positions with oil trading down below $30 and with china selling off. you could see a big selloff in the last half hour of trading today. >> analysts say a lot of this is about oil prices. >> they are correct. the fact is that oil is low for two reasons. you have a china slowup. they are not buying oil. they're the world's largest consumer of oil and23=joñ yet te world continues to produce oil at huge quantities with iran about to start selling oil. this weekend we are going to free up the money for iran and they will start selling oil again it's going to depress oil prices with no one to buy it sinking. >> adam shapiro in the fox business network newsroom. thank you. the world's largest retailer has announced it will be shutting down nearly 270 stores. the majority of them are here at home. by that i mean in the united states.
stores by the end of the month as well as all of to the company's smaller forat outlets called walmart express. never heard of that? don't bother, they gone. it's a small fraction of walmart's 11,000 stores worldwide, but closing in part of their plan to focus on super centers, neighborhood markets, ecommerce, and pickup services for shoppers. pickup services. nearly all of the stores are sift to be closed in the united states are within ten mileses of another walmart. so this appears to be an effort to consolidate resources. the company says it's working to move staff tore other locations. walmart+úç employs nearly 1.5 million people in the united states, a number equal to the entire population of hawai'i. >> if youees3:w interviewed a dg thirsty kingpin then investigators captured him you might be concerned. sean penn? he says he is not worried a bit. that and why she says "rolling stone's" article failed.
and if there aren't enough things that can kill you today, today astronauts had to dodge the risk of electric shock and drowning in space. that's next. this is sheldon, whose long day setting up the news starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve,.. the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news.
so, a couple hundred miles before earth today nasa cut short an historic space walk when a water bubble appeared inside an astronaut's helmet. a water bubble. 15-centimeters square or something. happened during an already-risky space walk. two astronauts had just 21 minutes to repair the station's electrical system in complete darkness. if they took too long and the sun rows it would have charged the station's solar panels and shocked them. and not in a good way. more in today's slide show. the two astronauts are nasa's
timothy copra and britton's timothy peak. he became the first space walker to wear the union jack on the shoulder of his suit. you can see that right there. this is animation from nasa. nasa is often good at animation. i wouldn't give this an f, but it is not an a-plus. nasa sent the two to fix a broken electrical unit the size of a 30-gallon aquarium. it failed and they needed to replace it to restore full power. nasa says that -- nasa's reps say the space walkers successfully replaced with a spare that had been inside the space station since 1999. they replaced in it ten minutes before the deadline. the astronauts were working 200 feet from the airlock. what is interesting, we tease
they could have drowned. andiómó$w i just don't if that'e an oversell. like the size of a marble. >> last time it was a liter and a half. >> right. >> in 2013. >> okay. in 2013, they could have drowned. but what about on this one? >> on this one it was 15 cubic centimeters. immediater -- centimeters. >> a tablespoon of water. >> that's what they collected. there was more water. >> you're being very defensive.5 >> it's risky. >> just shy of four cups of water. >> next time you put vanilla into the cake mix, try not to drown. >> i will not put it in astronauts' helmets. >> she is is here. the actor sean penn says he is not worried about anyone killing him for the interval with "el chapo." penn spoke for the first time
since his controversial "rolling stone" article. he told cbs news he does not fear for his life, but that he does believe mexican officials have tried to put him in the cartels cross-hairs by claiming he was essential to "el chapo's" capture. >> there's this myth about the visit we made, my colleaguesq?ad i, with ale chap o', that -- "el chapo," it was, as the attorney general of mexico quoted, essential to his capture. we have -- had met with him on october 2nd, many weeks earlier in place nowhere near where he was captured. i know i shook his hand. isn't that impressive? wow. the actor says he believes the notion that he found "el chapo" first, quote, humiliated mexican officials. he also says his article in "rolling stone" has failed. penn says that's because the purpose of the story was to start a conversation about the war on drugs and he says that
didn't happen. penn's "rolling stone" article came out the day after mexican marines caught the cartel leader. he described "el chapo" as a simple map from aá simple place. and claims he did not strike him as a, quote, big bad wolf of lore. all kinds of disgusting. >> would i say i'm disappointed in sean penn but it was low bar. he is so naive. so narcissistic, and is so ignorant to the way mass surveillance works. in this country, which was washing hand in hand with mexico to recapture "el chapo." and the reason sean penn was having dialogue with him is because of "el chapo's" lady crush, the mexican actress, and awful they had to do was put their phones under surveillance and they did, and sean penn is so -- i don't want to use the word stupid but i can't think of
anything else. he thinks that because they had their conversation in another part of mexico than where el chap pour was -- "el chapo" was captured. this penn's communications and the act tress' communications and they kept iming and texting each other ask led the mexican authorities to "el chapo." but sean penn cannot see that because he thinks he is such a special snowflake that the government could never find him because his shrouded in this protective orb of celebrity that means it's impervious to the spying eyes of two international governments. >> i want want to hang out with "el chapo." he has murdered a lot of people and ruins livesif he hadn't been there, somebody else would do it burk it he did do it. >> he is the guy, the biggest guy. i understand penn's
fascination's just listen to "el chapo's" lawyers who are going after penn and blaming him for the drug÷ñ lord's re-incarceration, so it's incredibly naive of sean penn to say my life is totally not in danger. you do not know that. what is a forgone conclusion is the death of sean penn's career. >> i worry about my life when i cut people off at a tract life and he is it not worried about dealing with a drug king penn? i'd be concern. >> has he not seen the pictures? i get the sense -- i know sean pent can't write because i suffered through the entire article. >> ten thousand words of what just happened? >> i was so resentful reading that. i it was so self-important and self-satisfied and wordy and didn't get to any phenomenal, mag unanimous news point that sean pent warrants to make about the war on drugs. so insignificant to the rest of the article which was just -- i don't know -- some sort of world
self-pleasurement that was so inappropriate for a journalist and actor and human who claims to be a curious story-teller. >> at some point we'll learn how you feel about this. thank you. have a great program. it's tonight on fox business. >> no. 8:00 p.m. eastern on -- >> because friday night -- >> nacho night. we put on fake mustaches and eat fake cheese. fun to be had by all. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> we're just minutes away from the closing bell after a devastating week on wall street. actually 30 minutes away. so there is any end in sight to the blood bath? we'll talk with the associate editor of "the wall street journal" because we can, and a2ç helicopter crash leaves a dozen marines missing at sea. f search underway now. we'll get an update as coast guard crews a battle dangerous waves to find them. range money retirement squirrel from voya.
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a dozen u.s. marines now missing after two helicopters collided during a nighttime training mission near hawai'i. according to military officials there. rescue crews say they spotted a debris field about two miles off the coast of a beach there on the island of oahu. witnessed heard a loud boom and then saw a big flare in the sky. no word yet on what caused the crash. jennifer griffin is at the pentagon. what do we know about the choppers. >> we don't know a lot. it appears as though hey may have collided in mid-air. we.]3ç know that they found a s field and that fires were seen in the sky, but no evidence of survivors at this point. we know that two marine corps super stallion helicopters were flying in the air, collided off of oahu. shortly after midnight during a nighttime training mission. two and a half miles from the shore. there were 12 marines on. they are missing. a search and rescue effort led
by the coast guard is underway right now. so far there is no sign that anyone survived this. the ch53-e is a heavy lift transport helicopter used by the u.s. marine corps. each helicopter had six people onboard. there will scattered showers at the time of the crash and the two marine corps helicopters are based at the first marine air wing in hawai'i. the cause of the crash is under investigation. >> thank you. wall street needs a time-out. maybe just an afternoon of sitting on the stairs because it's been bad. they're down over there like 378 points at the moment. as bad as 500 points on the day. it's like 1500 points on the year, but it is up more than 7,000 since the president took office, up 92%. doesn't help me today. busse is here. i oil, what else? >> all themes you have been talking about for weeks affecting the market, on the upside and the downside. so it's china, slowing down. and how important it is as a
consumer of commodities. all the commodity companies are down. and the countries that have big stakes in commodity production, they're down. oil is dropping. how much of that is going to stimulate industry? because prices are down? how much is really a proxy for the market saying, you know something, their whole global economy is slowing down, so a lot of supply because of saudi arabia pumping a lot and slowdown in consumption globally. the market says it's going to happen even more in the coming months. and you have china devaluing its currency, which creates instability in the currency market. >> i was watching fox business earlier and two points struck me they were making often. one, thaxethe analysts,p markets don't trust the numbers coming out of china, and, two, they were hoping that more oil rigs would go offline and just got a report today showing one oil rig came offline so the production is still way high. >> yes. production is way high but a lot
of oil rigs have come on -- offline over the last several months you. can't trust the numbers of china but you know things are slowing down and china has been signaling that. the question now is what is happening in the u.s. market is? the u.s. which, has been growing, albeit slowly but growing consistently, the jobs numbers have been pretty good. is that going to be affected by the fact that the global economy is slowing down and the dollar is strong because people have rushed into u.s. assets and bought up dollars and that's hurting u.s. exporters. are we on the counties of a -- the cusp of a recession or in a time-out on the stairs? we have had an overvalued market. this is a regression to the mean. markets go up and go down and they'll eventually find they're equilibrium again. those two camps right now, recession versus this is normal for the market, they're battling and you're seeing that battle take place in the pricing. >> the volume is really high. is there -- is that because everybody is in and making plays? 8y÷ prone for that?
>> the volume being high, some market strategists say that's a signal that maybe your getting a purging of the market. everybody is getting worried and selling into the market and that's the kind of catharsis you need before the market finds its bottom and begins to go up, or it might just be people selling wju level. but we have to kind of look at what has happened since march 2009. the market then was at 6600. we have to remember that. it's at 16,000 now. so there's been a very big runup,u("íq and there has been overvaluation in some prices and that's been discussed extensively. now maybe what you're seeing is some of that work out. >> well, all we can do is watch it. >> that's true. >> can't change it. >> that's true. and jason swag, our personal finance editor says make sure you have a pot of money on the side that for a couple of years will keep you out of the market and your safety bucket while you watch the rest of your assets
through this gyration. >> pot of money. sounds good. nice to see you, john. more americans applied for unemployment benefits last week. the feds' report it's still a good time to look for work. if you're job-hunting, lillian had strange but true examples what not to do in an interview. >> done a lot of interviews, haven't search this crazy. how are you? >> i'm great. >> roll tide. >> roll tide. harris poll did a survey for career builder.com and asked about 2500 hiring managers to remember some of the strangest things that ever happened when they were interviewing potential employees. very good examples of that. don't bring a friend. one candidate has a pet bird in his shirt. >> wow. >> don't steal. a candidate took a family photo off the interviewers desk and put it into her purse. >> you're a stupid person. >> remember personal space brians. a candidate started feeling the
interviewers chest to find a heartbeat so they could connect. job. one said her main job was being a psychic medium and tried to read the interviewer's palm. >> i want to hire that person. we need a psychic medium in here. >> we'll get one. he's not here. >> les remember what you're applying for. when asked what his or her ideal job was one says paint over birdhouses and the country was hiring for a9lq@) data entry cl, and one candidate saying her >> we could sing the news one day. >> you should sing it -- >> kennedy can do everything. okay. things not to do. very good. thank you. every single chipotle restaurant in america is scheduled to shut down.
every singling one of them, just for a few hours, only on one day. executives are planning to hold a meeting with employees to talk about food safety, thing that are overdue. the restaurant'd shut downis scheduled for february 8th so if you want a bur reed to on february 8th, get it the day before good pop it into the ice box in addition to talking about food safety, they plan to discuss a marketing plan to bring customers back. the chain's sales tanked after word surfaced over the october e.coli break and last month, norovirus outbreak in boston did not help matters. >> there's word iran ordered the american sailors to look happy in the propaganda release after capturing them. the u.s. and other countries have taken the carrot and stick approach with iran, hitting them
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just into the fox news deck. a couple who won part of the $1.6 billion powerball jackpot are speaking at a news conference in nashville. they're from munford, tennessee, which is just up highway 51 from memphis. basically a memphis suburb of sorts and they're regular folk. what did you say they do? >> he works in i.t., she works in -- >> let's listen. >> -- in the house, and i told her, i said, tiffani, we got the winning numbers. and she said, no. i said, yes, we got the winning numbers. she didn't believe me at first. but it was very exciting for us, and once she believed what i was
saying, then went and talked to my oldest brother. he does investments. and i needed an accountant and a lawyer. i knew that that's what i needed to do. so, it took awhile. i talkedk>wç to his accountant,e put us in touch with tom williams, with merrill lynch, and then i asked him who he would recommend for a lawyer, and/sçfh he recommended tommy ad joe. which they have been fantastic. >> you work fast. can i ask you, one quick question. did you take the lump sum or annuity? >> we haven't got ton that part yet. that's next. >> okay. my other question is a bigger one. >> we're going to take the lump sum. because we're not guaranteed
tomorrow. >> amen to that. >> how much is that? >> that we don't know yet. >> we don't exactly know that. >> miss hargrove can answer that. >> made me put my glasses on? everything else is on here. 328 and some change? >> andy, where are you? how much is it? >> 327,835,700 -- [inaudible] >> thank you. wow. >> how does it feel to win $328 million in one lump sum? >> not -- i haven't seen the money yet. >> when men%v3 found out the ticket passed the validation process and lisa started tearing up i said wait until i hand you the actual check. that is when it feels real. >> how do you explain to people?
there's a lot of people who are looking in. i don't know -- did you hear about when there was the winner in chino, people saying, well, that's one over the richest cities in the country, and -- but your casent. people are looking at you. you guys are middle class family, you live in a small town it to someone what it is to watch your life change just like that? >> well, we're going to hope that a lot of the press is going to respect our privacy once we get through talking with you people. small home town and we are very private people. we just basic life. >> not only are we private, we're common people. we're just like y'all are. >> and my daughter -- >> they're not common anymore. >> wait, wait. >> we have wonderful neighbors, and -- >> what i think about is my
neighbors. >> we don't want -- >> i know a lot of the excitement showing up at my house right now. well, i have wonderful neighbors, wouldn't trade them for the world. and that my big concern. >> let me speak to that just for a moment. i'm joe -- >> well, john and lisa robinson, two kid, daughter wants a horse would like the student loans paid off. that will probably0ynñk hq x9ñ the good folks from munford -- i think i love them -- they're memphis suburban people, small town, small house, love their neighbors and they want to be private. well, let me tell you something, privacy is in the rearview mirror. welcome to the new normal where you have 437,000 best friends who will be joining you on the doorstep in munford, looking for anything and everything. $328 million. 32 -- 32 million.
i love my neighbors but identity high tallet out of minute ford. >> new information on the sailors detained in iran and the instructions the iranians gave to the americans as the cameras were rolling. it's pretty awful. we resident get
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it's gotten thinner. even curvier. but what's next? for all binge watchers. movie geeks. sports freaks. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. we'll soon find out whether iran is holing up its end of the nuclear deal. a report is set to be released on whether iran has dismantled the equipment which scientist say would allow it to build a nuclear bomb. world powers will lift economic punishments which have blocked bills of dollars from flowing into the country. this comes a few days after the islamic republic detained ten american sailors who trade into iranian water. they were released the next day. and just into fox news, a pentagon official reports the
people who made the video instructed the americans to, quote, act happy,nñcv(oç3ç?[vç , propaganda 101. edward is with us, former deputy assistant secretary of state, now director of middle east policy forum at george washington university. it is pretty disgusting. >> these are. no doubt. the picture, of the sailors with their hands on their head, it hark 's back to bad times earlier on with the way they treated our embassy people decade ago. not good for them. the they lit them go the next day, all as the state of the union was on top of us. it was -- all seemed a little -- very unusual, skip. >> it was up usual, but i take it for being a good sign, that they did release them quickly. certainly wasn't true when they had the british some few years ago. they kept them for almost two weeks. and i think that the powers that be in trap just did not want --
tehran just did not want trouble with the united states amid the nuclear issues pending. >> the iranian leadership has made big promises to its people. our economy is going to get better, more money flowing. if they skewed this thing up or do screw this thing up, are there real concerns there might be a popular rebellion? >> i don't think it goes quite that far. but there's no doubt about that the a major political impact domestically. in fact almost everything that happened with iran has that domestic impact. it would undermine rouhani, the more moderate of those there, and probably strengthen the more radicals. and in this case the supreme leader must have made the decision because even theyj revolutionary guard condemned the actions or at least supported the release. so that a good sign. >> i'm glad they're free. that for sure. skip, great to see you. we're coming down on the close at wall street and it's not good.
down 396 points, well off the session lows but way, way down. when in need of context and perspective on the market -- and i'm in need. >> i always turn to neil cavuto so let's do that. "your world" right after this. 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.
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don't start humira if you have an infection. raise your expectations. ask your gastroenterologist about humira. with humira, control is possible. so what are you guys doing? we have been just waiting. welcome everybody, i'm neil cavuto and this is "your world" from charleston, south carolina. just from outside the arena to give you a post-debate take on everything that has been going on because less than 24 hours after we were talking about everything and these candidates were talking about a different view of the economy and market than the president outlined, guess what happened today? this is what happened today, a huge selloff, and believe me, that is off the session highs. for a while we were down 540 points. suffice to say with the dropoff today, 2.4% in case you