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live sunday may 22nd, 8/5 pacific, only on abc. nicole: breaking news this morning. bernie sanders hopes to keep his primary momentum alive as voters head to the polls in oregon and kentucky. hillary clinton hitting hard in kentucky. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am brent simonetti. donald trump. with megyn kelly tonight. explains laser counterpuncher. nicole: after rally field of oil rising prices, let's check out your stock market futures this morning. right now we should note out features at 13, s&p futures up to peer
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lauren: today, the japanese nikkei up 1.1%. the shanghai composite in china and that the session slightly lower. nicole: oil prices ignite the stock rally with crude oil back above $48 a barrel. this is the first time this year. 4779, up 7 cents. lauren: news that the canadian oil sands have been evacuated as strong when stoked a huge wildfire in alberta. we will have an update for you. train to a site to watch day, definitely home depot. we'll find out how the home improvement is faring. lauren: the golden state warriors beaten by the oklahoma state and run their own quarter. in the msl playoff from pittsburgh penguin msl playoff comebacks for penguins tied with tampa bay at one game each. highlights coming up. nicole: 5:01 a.m. in new york. we welcome you to "fbn:am," the
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latest breaking news and what to expect today i had. lauren: are you ready, nicole? voters in kentucky and oregon heading to the polls for their primates today as bernie sanders is expected to win in oregon and dakotas next month, kentucky has become a crucial battleground for hillary clinton. >> i've been called nearly everything, but i've never been called a quitter and i will not quit on you. i need you to go and work for me. bring everybody you know to go vote in the primary and then let's do everything we can to bring kentucky in november. lauren: may well come a sanders is camping in puerto rico in puerto rico had its u.s. territories primary in june 5th. his visit comes as the island continues to default on multimillion dollar bond payments. >> seems to me that we need an
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independent audit of quarter because that. if this order determines that any of puerto rico's death was incurred in violation of puerto rico's constitution, that dad must be immediately set aside. nicole: here at the numbers so far. clinton is 12,240 delegates sec with air. bernie sanders has 1473. here's the issue. without superdelegates come in the cap drops to only 283 between them. nicole: meanwhile, the national committee supporters of bernie sanders display a penchant for violence in a letter to the team v. nevada democrat a chaos that the state's the state convention over the weekend shows sanders supporters could disrupt this summer's democratic national convention in philadelphia.
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the nevada convention were shut down saturday night after authorities decided they could no longer provide the security necessary to handle the crowd. sanders supporters were protesting rules that awarded the delicate hillary clinton. lauren: presumptive republican nominee donald trump is reportedly with henry kissinger picked "washington post" that the meeting will be held this weekend at your. phone conversations between the two served as national security advisor as well as secretary of state for richard nixon and gerald ford could this also comes a week after trott met with former secretary of state, james baker. nicole: coming up on the fox broadcast network. making kelley sits down with donald trump has an exclusive one-on-one interview. here's a preview. >> most kids between the ages of six and 16 have been bullied at
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some point in their lives. were you ever bullied? >> no, i wasn't. i seemed bullying. i know people both in their 55 years old. he got to get over it. i have been saying during the solo campaign in the counterpuncher. i am responding to time. i respond pretty strongly. and just about all cases i've been responding to that dated to me. nicole: making kelley presents tonight at 8:00 p.m. tonight on the fox broadcast network. lauren: former republican presidential candidate john kasich will not reenter the race to challenge donald trump as a third-party candidate. >> has mitt romney reached out to you? >> i don't want to get to.
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i've had a phone call of someone who whine me to consider running as a third-party candidate. >> are you going to do that? >> no. i think i gave it my best where i am. i just think running third party doesn't feel right. it's not his. lauren: is skeptical of trump's ability to unite the republican party as those americans. the governor has not decided whether he wrote backstrom, adding he would like to see more consistent policy from donald trump. nicole: the house oversight committee wants one of the top faith cometh and roads, to testify about how the administration sold the of a nuclear agreement to their public good request solid in their times story in which they administration strategy. they defy white house says roads will not appear before the committee. representative jason shea said says roads should appear.
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>> hour or so from the misinformation from them opinion obviously disagrees about. that is why you have these types of hearings because based on this article, if you are in the media come a year in congress urges the public, he basically confirms. nicole: he plans to convene the hearing today. trans returning to the massive wildfire in alberta, canada. firefighter shifts focus to protecting oil facilities. racial motley says workers at the oil camps are being evacuated. >> a mandatory evacuation has been put in place for several small camps and it amounts to about 500 to 600 people being evacuated north to suncor. meanwhile, there is a
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precautionary evacuation in place at this time. lauren: the fire for his 90,000 people to the fort mcmurray two weeks ago. they have not returned. nicole: the probable cause of last year's amtrak train crash is expected to be announced today. investigators reportedly will say engineer brien posthumus distracted by radio transmission and the moment before the crash which killed eight people and injured more than 200. those transmissions were from a local commuter train operator who said iraq had shattered his windshield. rasheed told investigators he was concerned about the welfare of the train's engineer and for his very own safety as well. lauren: hard to imagine a year ago. let's get caught up. the next bank in asia but most green arrows.
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the japan up 1.1%. the hang seng in hong kong of 1.2%. it was the shanghai composite was down by a quarter of 1% today. nicole: all three major averages are a passive percentage in back open again and closed yesterday for holiday. london ftse up. >> a great day in the u.s. yesterday as looking like a flat day this morning. dow futures higher by four points. s&p futures up half a point on the nasdaq futures up five points. nicole: we've been watching oil at the highest levels of 2016 in the 48 :-colon-mark. 4774, virtually flat. gold is down $2. trade to a state of emergency. rival factions emergency. rival factions of growing antigovernment activist taking to the streets of the capital of caracas a day after nicholas maduro declared a state of emergency threatened to close
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its factories and arrest owners. he also accused the united states of trying to destabilize venezuela. venezuela is an opec member and its economy hit pretty hard by falling oil prices. nicole: billionaire george soros made a major change to his portfolio. he reportedly cut its friends investment in u.s. stocks pay more than a third and by $264 million stake in derek old. the world's biggest gold producer according to a government filing, making it firms biggest u.s. holding. let's look at stocks to watch. home depot is one of them ahead of quarterly earnings release site this morning. some of the chain to report higher result to fix up their homes. this says that the big-ticket items, think appliances, water heaters, items like that.
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we'll also hear from tjx, the parent of t.j. maxx, marshalls, how good is expected to report improved earnings from a year ago. investors will look for sales forecast for the current quarter as well as details on the retailer's international expansion. 3.5% after results from the company's pbx that haitians. this is the maker of testing equipment. reported revenue rose across its various divisions. nicole: here's a look at the headlines. facebook will sell video ads on behalf of other firms. the journal says the move intensifies the competition with its rival google and other players. the oklahoma city oil and gas company is the latest victim at the downturn that we've seen in the energy sector. hollywood documentary remakes
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for the big screen. hollywood studios are buying up the rights to turn fuzzy documentaries into big screen features. lauren: marathon security lines creating chaos with some delay passengers. we will have the story of how is playing off across the nation. google wants it easier to travel. check out its new car pooling feature. right now you are watching "fbn:am," your first look of money markets and breaking news. keep it right here on the east coast. good morning to you. ♪
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down 10 points come s&p futures on one, nasdaq futures gaining one. nicole: housing starts, cpi index. a lot to watch today. thanks, lauren. nightmare of the night at o'hare airport with fires forced to sleep on cots. 450 american airline passengers missing flight sunday because the security lines taking hours to get through. the travel nightmares plague are not enough tsa workers and a seasonal surge in air traffic had the agency showed 4600 screeners in recent years but only got approval from congress to higher 800 replacements. just last week, homeland security secretary jeh johnson told buyers to be patient. some flyers say the security risks are just worth the wait. >> do i think they do their job correctly at the time? no. are they necessary? i think so. we want a closer look at what people take on board.
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true to airlines expect a record number of players summer. easter is on the world's largest plane. an estimated 20,000 people turned out sunday in australia for the first time. the russian plan with 600 tons is used transport massive cargo around the world carrying a 117 generator from rob. the play as the largest, heaviest aircraft ever to be built and it has the largest wingspan of any aircraft in service. now is on its way to italy. lauren: i want to see that play next to regular sized planes you can see for yourself the difference. huber is getting more competition. the navigation app of the alphabet announced a new carpal service in san francisco. the hapless commuters hitch rides with other users. writers pay 54 cents a mile and
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also that won't take a cut of a factor in the pilot. the new service is invite only for a select group of employers and employees in the san francisco bay area. the new program comes days after apple invested a billion dollars indochinese ridesharing company. train to come and ask him a surprise the nba playoffs. >> we have better possessions without the stresses of the game, especially the fourth quarter gaining momentum. will do that tonight. lauren: south korea and the golden state warriors beat in last night. the pittsburgh penguin tied their series with tampa bay one game each. all the highlights coming up. record-breaking snow in maine. southern texas gets a drenching. what is next at this wild weather? we will talk to maria molina. she knows the forecast inside and out. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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nicole: to take a look at the latest in the world of sports. oklahoma city finder at the golden state warriors the golden state warriors 10 wait-wanted to be one of the western conference finals last night. kevin durand scored 26 for including a key 17-foot jumper with two seconds left. russell westbrook scored 24 of his 27 points in the second half good designer trails by her team at halftime. seth currie had 26 points in a playoff career-high with 10 rebounds but the warriors missed too many shots down the stretch. in the nhl playoffs the
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pittsburgh edwards beat the lightning 3-2 last night. sidney he scored the game-winner at 40 seconds into overtime for his fourth goal of the postseason. game three is when they night in tampa. the cleveland indians rallied from an early four-run deficit to beat the cincinnati reds extend-pics. got four runs batted in. cleveland has the 131 run games and 11 decided that the seventh inning later going in two last night. the philadelphia 76ers have become the first team in the four major u.s. ports to sell and add on a jersey. 76ers say the ticket company stub hub on the teamsters a beginning next year is not very big as you can see right there. the team has been a partner for
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five years or so this deal is natural. >> we look for an endemic partner, someone in and around the game as opposed to a toyota truck. we wanted someone part of the fabric. they also believe in a pot also believe the nevada vote really then. what are you about? where about moments and memories and so are they. translate 76ers -- acknowledges that the team has sold three seasons at $5 million a year with the option to extend the contract was stub hub. nicole: interesting. these workers decide to go against it. seven workers decided to try their hand running against them seriously strong wind that whereas strong as the video flying in the air. we've got 109 miles per hour. their excess of 102 miles per
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hour. the workers on the roof according to the observer's website there was a windshield of minus 19 degrees. lauren: and cold looking at it. a dramatic spring across the country as texas is hounded by rain brought the northeast is have the snow. what's going on? fox meteorologist mehran molina is here with the latest. good morning to you. nicole: good morning. complete insanity with their record and in portions of main only saw snow yesterday with this much is five inches of that accumulated on the ground. that of course set a record in temperatures are so chilly. a current temperature at 37 degrees in caribou, maine. in new york city on cleveland, you are born with a new port four hours ago at this time. in the 40s yesterday morning in the middle 50s in new york in cleveland. other areas worked with dangerous weather.
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track in the massive storm system that yesterday brought significant flooding across southeastern parts of texas, is -- they run the corpus christi area and today some additional severe weather across western parts of texas had told me something to watch. otherwise, widespread rain to parts of the gulf coast and starts trying to portions of oklahoma early this morning. we are expecting several inches of rainfall out here so flooding will continue to be a concern. over to you, nicole and lauren. lauren: as you said, it's been an end. nicole: democratic socialist bernie sanders have to keep his primary momentum alive with oregon and kentucky. hillary clinton has been campaigning hard. >> i need you to go out and work for me. bring everybody you know to vote in the primary. nicole: and other big retail report will find out how the home of her of my business depot
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nicole: breaking news this morning. bernie sanders have to keep him as well as does voters head to the polls. hillary clinton hitting hard and kentucky. good morning to you. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: nicole petallides. donald trump. in a session as well we will have an excerpt where trump explains why he is a counterpuncher. lauren: after a rally fueled by rising oil prices, warren buffett's billion dollars investment in apple. the second nonstop target features. dow futures down a point. s&p futures up a quarter of a
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point. nicole: the dow had been up over 47 last momentum. issues talks follow wall street late with the nikkei up 1.1%. china's shanghai composite index down a quarter of 1%. nicole: oil prices back above $48 for the first time this year. trading up split they. 4773. train to work hands been evacuated and strong winds stoke the huge wildfire in alberta. a live update. nicole: home depot retail report this profit will find out how the home improvement market is doing. nicole: in sports, and upset in the playoffs the golden state warriors beaten by the oklahoma city finder on home court. the nhl playoff pittsburgh penguins tied the series at tampa bay one game apiece.
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lauren: 5:31 and 31 seconds. thanks for waking up with us. welcome to "fbn:am," today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. nicole: voters and can tacky and oregon heading to the polls for the primaries is bernie sanders is expected to win and kentucky has become crucial for hillary clinton. >> i've been called nearly everything, but i've never been called a quitter and i will not quit on you. i need you to go home and worked for me. bring everybody you know to vote in the primary and then let's do everything we can to win kentucky in november. nicole: jeff flock has more from bluegrass state. reporter: hillary clinton may have made a mistake in indiana by not campaigning there extensively. she's not making the same mistake here and tacky, one of three for then she's attending
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the day before the campaign comes to an end with the election in kentucky. this is a station has a lot of advantages to. she herself won this state in a bit fashion against barack obama in 2008. this is a close democratic rhetoric, which tends to favor her at allowing independent bernie sanders to comment about. a lot of advantages good she's also outspent bernie sanders on television. the problem is that all of those advantages, for some reason if she doesn't win if it would not look good. nicole: thanks, jeff flock had run-of-the-mill pirating as always. nicole: bernie sanders campaign ahead of the u.s. territories primary. his visit comes as the island continues to default on multimillion dollar bond payments. >> it seems to me that we need an independent audit of puerto
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rico's dad. if this order determines that an arab of puerto rico's debt was incurred in violation of order rico's constitution, that that must be immediately set aside. nicole: clinton is 12,242 delegates. without superdelegates, look at this but cap drops to 283 between them. nicole: meanwhile, nevada's democratic party warning the committee supporters of bernie sanders displayed a penchant for violence in a letter to the dnc, nevada democrat made that chaos shows that sanders supporters could disrupt the democratic national convention in philadelphia. the nevada convention was shut down saturday night after authorities decided they could no longer provide the security
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necessary to handle the crowd. sanders supporters are protesting the convention was that aborted the majority of nevada delegate to hillary clinton. lauren: on the gop side can the presumptive republican nominee donald trump is set to meet with secretary of state henry kissinger. the "washington post" is meeting will be held this week in new york. this comes after weeks of phone conversations between the two. kissinger served as national security advisor and secretary of state for richard nixon and gerald ford. this also comes a week after trump met with former secretary of state, james baker. nicole: a big night coming up on the fox broadcast network to be more specific. megyn kelly sits down with donald trump as an exclusive one-on-one interview and here is a preview. >> most kids between the ages of six and 15 have been bullied at
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some point in their lives. were you ever bullied? >> no, i wasn't. i have seen bullying. i know people who are bullied when they're 55 years old. >> it can happen when you're 45. >> it happens. but you've got to get over it. fight back, do whatever you have to do. i've been saying through this whole campaign that i am a counterpuncher. i'm responding. i then respond times 10. i responded pretty strongly. in just about all cases have been responded to what they did to me. nicole: megyn kelly presents airs tonight at 8:00 on the fox broadcast network. lauren: at former republican presidential candidate john kasich says he will not reenter the race to challenge donald trump as a third-party candidate. >> has mitt romney reached out to you? >> i do want to get into here. i've had the phone call if somebody wanted me to consider running as a third-party candidate. i'm not going to do that.
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>> why? >> well, i think i gave it a test where i am. i just think running third-party doesn't feel right. i think it is not constructive. lauren: some and adding he is skeptical of trump's ability to reunite the republican party as well as america. the governor has not decided yet whether he will yet whether you go back job adding he would like to see mark distant policy positions first. trade to the house oversight committee 101 of the top aides to testify at a hearing about how the administration sold the iran nuclear agreement to the public. the request followed a "new york times" magazine story in which grows discuss the administration's immediate strategy. a defiant white house says rose will not appear before the committee. representative shays said chaffetz said rose should appear. >> how it was sold, the misinformation or my opinion.
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mr. rhodes obviously disagrees with that. that's why you have these types of hearings. based on this article in "the new york times" magazine, if you're in the media, the congress or public, he basically confirms. nicole: chaffetz plans to convene a hearing today. lauren: turn into the massive wildfire in alberta. firefighter shift their focus to protecting the major oil facilities. alberta premier rachel not possess workers at oil camps are being evacuated. >> a mandatory evacuation has been put in place for several small camps along astro road and it amounts to about 500 to 600 people being evacuated north to suncor insane brute. meanwhile, there is a precautionary, just a precautionary evacuation in place at this time.
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lauren: more evacuations for the fire forced 90,000 people to leave two weeks ago. train to the probable cause of last year's deadly train crash in philadelphia is expected to be announced today. federal safety investigators supported a state engineer brien posthumus distracted by radio transmission moments before the crash which they killed eight people, injured more than 200. the training missions for permit local commuter train operator has had a rock had shattered his windshield. he told investigators after the accident that he was concerned about the welfare of the train's engineer and for his own safety. nicole: that's been caught that's been cut up a global market action overnight. a mixed bag, but most of the upside for the kneecap 1.1% in japan. hang seng up 1%. the shanghai in chinatown at quarter of 1%. trade to checking out this morning. olivarez off their earlier
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highs. u.s. and the best of the bunch, which is the london ftse, the caci profit% and the german dax up one quarter of 1%. lauren: after a big rally in ahead of april housing starts in april cpi figures, consumer price figures from market barely touch it. s&p futures added not even a point in the nasdaq at six this morning. nicole: that's take a look at where it is now. 4783. up 11 cents as old for two bucks at 122 entrance. lauren: billionaire george soros made a major change in his portfolio. he reportedly cut his firm's investments in u.s. stock in more than a third and bought a $264 million stake in the biggest producer according to a government filing from the soros bought a 1.7% making it his firm's biggest u.s. holdings.
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nicole: home depot ahead of its quarterly earnings this morning. the home improvement chain expected to report high results as customers that want to fix up their homes. home depot has benefited from big-ticket items such as appliances and water heaters. 13534 yesterday. we'll also hear from tjx, the parent of t.j. maxx and marshalls and home goods. the retailer expected to report improved earnings and sales from a year ago. investors will look for sales forecast for the current ordering details on international expansion plan. and then there are shares of adjuvant technologies rallied more than 3.5%. the trading results from the company's latest quarter did beat expectations.
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the maker of testing equipment reported revenue growth across its various divisions. nicole: maritime security lines are creating chaos at chicago o'hare with many delayed passengers leaping delayed passengers sleeping on the scott's right there. we will have the story for you. google wants to make it easier to get from point a to point b. check out its new car pulling out here checking out u.s. stock index futures ahead of the opening bout, s&p futures up one, nasdaq futures up about eight. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: added 5:45 a.m. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. bernie sanders and hillary clinton hoped to pull off when an oregon and kentucky. both price and are good enough to today's primaries or the chairman of the house oversight committee is conveyed in a hearing on dearborn nuclear deal at the white house sold the public. he wants to testify that the white house has now. home depot will be a start to watch in the home improvement earnings before the bell. so far retailers have reported disappointing earnings. we will see what home depot has to bring in.
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checking u.s. stock market futures getting 175 points yesterday. holding onto some green, some green coming to a future uber, s&p futures up to, nasdaq gaining eight. lauren: thank you, nicole. a nightmare of the night with fires forced to sleep on cots. or have the 50 american airline passengers missing flights yesterday because security lines taking hours to get through. the troubled nightmare being blamed i'm not enough tsa agents and more people find. the agent we shed screeners in recent years have got a lot of people would sign up for the preacher program. that didn't happen. they only got approval from congress to higher 800 replace it. plastic, security secretary jeh johnson told fliers to be patient and some flyers say the security risks are worth the wait. >> directing to do their job correctly all the time? no. but are they necessary?
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they keep us safe and we won a close look at what people take on board. lauren: airlines expect a record number of flyers. the moral day right around the corner. we've got to show you this video. the world's largest airplane. an estimated 20,000 people turned out to see this land for the first time in australia. a russian plane with 600 tons in may are using it to transport massive cargo around the world. this plane was carrying a 117 todd generator from prague. someone must be no point use a generator for her. it is the heaviest ever built and it has the largest wings fan of any aircraft currently in service. it has left and is now on its way to italy. i hope it's filled with cheese and olive oil. that would be fine. nicole: uber is getting more
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competition. google, peering out for that let's the commuters pitch of their users. writers say drivers 54 cents a mile enough of that won't take a cut during the pilot. the new service is by invitation only to a select group of employers and their employees in the bay area. the new program comes just days after apple invested $1 billion in chinese ridesharing firms. lauren: coming up, a surprise upset in the nba playoffs. >> was way better possessions, especially in the fourth quarter when we are striking distance of gaining momentum companies that take advantage. >> on their home court last night. the nhl playoffs pittsburgh penguins tied the series in tampa bay one game apiece. highlights coming up.
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record-breaking snow in maine. it is made. southern texas gets a drenching. what is next for this insane but there? fox meteorologist maria molina will have the forecast across the country. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and ranking news. ♪ if you need advice for your business, legalzoom has your back. our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you. visit legalzoom today. the legal help you can count on. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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lauren: welcome back to the oklahoma defender up that the golden state warriors 10 great-1 of two in game one of the western conference finals last night at kevin durand scored 26
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points, including the cute 17-foot. westford scored 27 points in the second half. defender trailed by 13 at halftime. seth currie had 26-point and 10 rebounds for the warriors is too many shots down the stretch. in the nhl playoffs, pittsburgh penguins tampa bay lightning last night to tie the eastern conference finals. sitting across the scored the game-winner 42nd to overtime for his fourth goal of the post reason. game three wednesday night in tampa. the tampa bay rays hit four homers to be good to run the blue jays 13-two. the race had season highs in runs and hits with seven teen. drew :-) had one run and five hits to win for the first time in four starts. he is now to influence the same. true to listen to does. the 76% become the first team in the four major u.s. sports to
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sell an advertisement on a jersey. the 70s xers gave the tickets companies start of will have it logo on the team's jerseys beginning in the 2017-18 season. scott o'neill says the team has been a partner with stub hub for five years. the deal was a natural. >> what we look for it is somewhat in and around again i suppose to a toyota track. we want something part of the fabric of the game. the above also believes in a lot of what we believe in. what are you about at the end of the day? what about the memories and so are they. transducers is the knowledge of the deal said the team has sold three seasons $5 million per year with the option to extend the contract with stub hub. lauren: a dramatic spring as the country is founded a rain. the northeast with snow. fox meteorologist maria molina
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both rick and all down for rest. >> at morning. besides snow across oceans and new england setting a record out there with five inches reported in some odd and temperatures across new englanders though quite chilly. 37 degrees in caribou, maine. places like cleveland, new york city are warmer than you were yesterday morning and was democrats parts of the southeastern u.s. over the next couple of days warming trend will continue. a lot of that is that it costs most of the countries we had in the midwest to the gulf coast and the dealing with rain falling as we head into the afternoon across western parts of texas, u.s.a. drivers of years on including damaging winds, large hail and possible tornadoes. have you been pushing for portions of oklahoma at this hour in several inches of rain possible over the next couple of days of the concerned or flash flooding will continue anywhere from texas to price of oklahoma. let's head over to you, nicole and moran.
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lauren: thank you very much. nicole: when it comes to kids, parents will do just about anything for them. check out this mama bear carrying her cob across a very busy road. mama bear costs for lanes of traffic to come to a stop in order to get her babies off the road. the car is patiently waited another. one of the cubs in the other followed closely behind until they were safely back in the woods. that is cute video. lauren: that is the cutest baby i've ever seen. how adorable. coming up, global market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria" barta romo. play the video again. it's not
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nicole: after an energy led rally, today we are off earlier highs at 40 for dow futures. right now it 13 for dow futures and s&p have two. weigh in on home depot as well. start clicking on oil in particular which is hovering around the high of 2016. it has been a botanical pulls back. turning it over to "mornings with maria."
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good morning to you, maria bartiromo. >> happy tuesday. good morning. i maria bartiromo. or top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast it is primary day for kentucky and oregon to oppose opening for the democratic primary in the bluegrass state. front-runner hillary clinton looking to snap bernie sanders went straight. still looking ahead to the general election campaign in taking on donald trump. >> here's the question. what is your plan to create jobs? his answer is i'm going to create them. they are going to be great. i know how to do it. but i'm not telling you what it is i'm going to do. i think we know a little bit about how to create jobs. i think my husband did a heckuva job creating jobs. maria: coming up in the program, night were at the airport. passengers missing flights because of long security lines. the tsa will hire more workers, but it's only a fraction of what

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