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nicole: reagan is this morning. gop presidential magnate donald trump agrees to meet with the president of mexico ahead of this key speech on immigration. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. >> good morning. i am gabriel. democratic congressman debbie wasserman schultz will survive to my races and we will have this was old. >> investigators awaiting the bishops report. the dow fell 40 points yesterday. dow futures down eight points. nasdaq futures down 1.5. japanese stocks rose again.
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the nikkei up about 1%. oil prices falling back again below $47 a barrel. the european union's $14.5 billion tax bill may be just the beginning. we will tell you what companies do you have in its crosshairs. lauren: getting into the nature and business with cheaper rates vancouver. we will have the story. lea: day two at the u.s. open. venus and serena williams in the first match is good at coming up. lauren: 5:01 a.m. in new york. hump day, august 31st. filed at the month. welcome to "fbn:am," today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect today ahead. parts of terminal one at frankfurt airport in germany evacuated after a person breach
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security. officials say the british customs flight delays at the biggest airport will continue. lea: donald trump needing for a major speech on immigration today. trump traded last week i've expected and that very much forward to meeting and dinner. the two expected to discuss key issues including immigration and trade. >> we are also going to secure our border and stop the drugs from pouring in and destroying our country. we are going to renegotiate the horrible nafta trade deal, probably the worst deal ever made. train to trump is set to give that speech in phoenix, arizona. tune in to fox business for special coverage and 7:00 p.m. eastern and navy intelligence root work with trish regan.
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lauren: senator john mccain easily defeating former state senator charlie ward. the 8-year-old republican is seeking a sixth term in november. >> i am humbled and grateful for our success tonight and for the unit to be the arizona republican party's nominee for election to the united states senate. >> gop senator marco rubio pregame carlos berger earned the right to speak a second term. >> i couldn't get that we're couldn't get that we're going couldn't get that we're going to not lose the senate seat but the balance of power at this critical moment in her nation's history with the bacon to the supreme court. the potential to chuck schumer of new york would be the majority leader with all the issues facing america. i'm glad to have the support so many people have given us. lauren: debbie wasserman schultz
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when her primary can bernie sanders back challenger. >> most of us want to thank the people have had the privilege of serving for nearly 12 years in congress in 24 years as a public servant in this community for giving me the greatest professional privilege of my life. lauren: wasserman schultz resigned last month after leaked e-mail showed top dnc officials favored hillary clinton over bernie sanders during the presidential primary. democratic congresswoman corinne brown has lost her battle to remain in office after criminal indictment. last night she pleaded not guilty to fraud charges so that she participated in a scheme to use a phony charity is a personal fun. lea: fbi releasing documents from investigation to equipment use of a personal e-mail server as early as this week it is
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hoped their release to freedom of information act request. fbi and justice officials are in the process of determining which will be disclosed to the public. the fbi strip her of recommended no charges be filed against hillary clinton was first sent to the justice department last month. the doj dropped the case in response. lea: tim kaine undetected donald trump. accusing trump of failing to answer basic questions about finances and background. >> the trump campaigns just feel like the next big kind. he is hiding his tax return. he said he and of health. it's trying to cover up his up his spot for foreign engagements and conflicts of interest and he won't even release critical or nation about himself. trying to king pushing back at hillary clinton is in poor health.
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he said he can barely keep up with her adding she's one tough healthy person. lauren: cap isis address books and has been killed. the news agency said abu mohammed talabani was murdered while surveying the campaigns and aleppo. the death could not be independently and immediately confirmed by u.s. officials at the pentagon says coalition forces targeted him in a precision airstrike yesterday. he thought to have a heavy hand in planning the international terror operation inside along with terrorist attacks on the west. train to the internal revenue service under fire again. the agency's inspector general, the irs discovered 1 billion american social security numbers were stolen by illegal immigrants but the taxpayers were not notified. investigators told the irs five years ago but the inspector general says it is still not
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fixed. a pilot program to test the solution was canceled and listen up to task anyway. consequently, most taxpayers don't know their identities have been stolen. lauren: or hurricane effect in florida with a tropical depression threatening to make trouble in the gulf of mexico. a lucky break for a tropical weather system is moving out to sea with little effect on people they are. one florida president however is signage. >> i'm a little nervous. i just remodeled the house. i don't want to damage. lauren: hurricane madeline is to pass just south of hawaii today. let's get caught up in global market action. asia had stocks -- a mixed bag completely paved the nikkei in japan because the gamma speaker today at just about 1%. a 30% gain in china.
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the cost in south korea given that one quarter 1% and the hang seng in hong kong two tenths of 1%. clip it to your appears stuck straight in their the moment. you do see the ftse in london down five points. ta accent when it points. ecac gaining 18 points. u.s. stock market futures sending a decent month for the stock market today. dr. chu sense explains. that site features some 1.5. obviously a wait-and-see cautious approach ahead of the august jobs report due on friday. blue and gold prices this week as pier $46.13 a barrel. gold up just a dollar. the federal reserve's most cautious members. boston fred president erik fresen critic charles ivan, president of the chicago fed appeared together by the
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shanghai advance institute for finance. the fed is close to achieving full employment in 2% inflation target. he thinks the fed will have trouble hitting its 2% target. the fed to hike rates at a gradual pace if necessary. lea: apple must pay $14.5 billion in unpaid back taxes to ireland. the question is what is next and who is next. experts say moribund textiles between the e.u. and multinational corporations are likely. peter marie chi told bernie & co. the decades that against apple. reporter: this is one of the reasons it doesn't exist anymore. they are up against two things here. the folks on the mainland don't like the fact that ireland has the audacity to have low corporate taxes and apple is an american company. tim cook is politically inept and instead of spending so much
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time thinking hillary, he needs more time learning how the european bureaucracy work so he doesn't get himself in his chance. lea: companies have a big tax bills by the e.u. include facebook, google, microsoft, amazon, starbucks dominic donalds. they have to protect their job creation and investment in europe right now. lea: do en masse has a major boost. luxembourg satellite operator has agreed to launch one of its large commercial spacecraft on a refurbished rocket. it's seen as a big endorsement for the company and reusable boosters to commission is scheduled to launch before the end of the year. one of the first to use the lower stage engines of a falcon nine rocket dispensary blastoff previously. lauren: look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the blood testing company has withdrawn request for approval after the study found that the
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study did not include probable patient safeguards. google takes on cooper with new bradsher service. "the wall street journal" says the carpooling program that gets people to work together offers rides a cheaper rate using the wave sound. it sat for an expansion. tribune media assigned the iconic tower. developer group is buying for about $240 million. train to a record-breaking harvest of corn and soybeans for chicken farmers in cheap chickens for consumers. >> the two main ingredients and obviously the lower costs there are come cheaper product. lauren: where does that leave the corn and soybean farmers? jeff flock is goodness and badness. lea: stock index futures with the employment numbers. dow futures down 18-point.
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the prices listed most right. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell, mostly to actually for the dow, s&p and nasdaq future. dow futures down nine points. s&p 500 down three quarters of 1% and nasdaq futures down just about two points. lauren: dinks speared shares tumbling about 5% in after-hours after the company reported weaker than expected results they mean seasonal site is. shares are down 30% this year. she goes for stronger than expected results. the women's clothing company announced 200 job cuts. that's the team% of the workforce. it follows previously announced cost-cutting plans to salesforce.com, the software make or to report higher second-quarter revenue from a year ago as demand for its web a sales and marketing software
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continue to rise. a record harvest for calling and soybeans may cheaper feed for farmers and that means cheaper chicken prices for consumers. jeff flock is nowhere else. with more. >> laura and india, perhaps you can hear it at feeding time in the henhouse almost like a family find out that chicago and illinois, chicken feed. right now chicken feed is pretty much chicken feed in terms of cost. if you take a look at the numbers, corn prices right now really added a tremendously lovable. some people think they can get down to the lowest prices in the decade. that is primarily what you feed the slot. >> corn and soybean mail at the two main ingredients and obviously the lower-class there
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are, the cheaper product. reporter: this is a tremendous fire. all sorts of animals that you cater to fancy restaurants that want to know that their animals are being raised humanely than about any kind of attitudes. >> correct, we do. we focus on all-natural product here. for us, we take everything from start to finish, so we are raising the crops doing our own delivery. the cost is in effect is much as the commercial industry. reporter: the stock has been on fire, both tyson and sanderson farms, they've just got to pay a lot less to feed their chicken and that's a big part of your costs. >> share, the most expensive wood either feed.
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reporter: as a result of feet result of feed costs, chicken operations has been expanded as well as the start of the market, which is the more specialist part where people want to know whether chickens are from. when they come out, you own a restaurant in chicago or somewhere else. find out just what you get when it's on the play. that is the latest from there bury, illinois. lauren: jeff, you look good on the farm. lea: rapper chris brown arrested after an hour-long standoff with police in los angeles. >> at this point they are still doing a search. he's been transported to robbery homicide division. lauren: we will have the dramatic story. day two of the u.s. open. serena and venus williams won their opening matches.
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those highlights are coming up. lauren: final day of august. dow futures down nine. s&p down not one point. like i said, the month for your portfolio. stay tuned for september and not so good. your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: welcome back. singer chris brown had another run and after an hour-long standoff with police at his los angeles home. officers responded to a call
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from the women he said graham pointed a gun at her before she was able to escape. when police arrived, brown refused to let the men, barricaded himself inside his home. brown posted videos on it and supreme account while outside the criticized law enforcement and denied any wrong doing. >> they don't do nothing but getting better publicity. they are kitted myself in my house yet have you seen my house? i'm in a barricade myself in a palace. i'm not coming out not coming up for work. good luck. lauren: brown is charged with assault with a deadly weapon. police have visited his home five times in the last year. he was sentenced to five years probation in 2009 for hitting then girlfriend rhianna. train to the latest book are in the world of sports. serena williams started her bid for a record breaking title.
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she had 12 aces in a 63 the great over russian geek eyepatch arena makarova appeared williams 863 minutes to beat. early in the day, a tougher than expected when of ukraine. williams led five to two because she pushed her to the limits in a two-hour 42 minute match. williams improved to 18 nl and the open first round. in a late match, andy murray had an easy time in his attempt to become the fourth man to reach all four grand slam finals. the second beat luis barrasso. murray won her second wimbledon title last month. a big win for the new york mets last night. seven to four over the miami marlins. curtis granderson came off the bench. josé reyes had four hits. new york moved ahead for second place in the nl east. the mets are 2.5 games behind st. louis for the second
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wild-card. lauren: donald shot makes a surprise announcement that he will meet with the president mexico ahead of a major speech on immigration. >> we're also going to secure our border and stop the drugs from pouring in and destroying our country. lauren: the latest in the campaign trail in google taking on google are in the right sharing business with even cheaper rates. we will have that story. stock index futures. unchanged for the s&p. dow futures down for. check in on oil prices. $46.20 a barrel to a third of 1%. you are watching lauren "fbn:amr first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning. gop nominate donald trump agrees to me but the president mexico ahead of his key speech on immigration policies. good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. lea: i am transfixed and for nicole petallides. democratic congressman debbie wasserman schultz fostered by a tough primary races. we will have those results for you. transfer the friday release of the crucial august jobs report. the dow was down 40 points yesterday checking in right now seeing eye stock market futures are shaping up ahead of the opening bell. the s&p just turned positive epic quarterfinal point. in asia, japanese stocks rose once again helped by a weaker japanese currency that could
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help boost exports. the nikkei up about 1%. oil prices falling back into trading up or to $6.19 a barrel. lauren: the european union $14.5 million tax bill may just be the beginning. we will tell you what other companies they have in the crosshairs. lea: google moved into the right sharing business with even cheaper rates. we will have that story. serena and venus slams both win their opening matches of andy murray has no trouble winning his first match. those highlights coming up. lauren: 5:31 a.m. in new york. pokémon to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. we kick it off with breaking news right now. price of a terminal at frankfurt airport in germany and evacuated after a person there bury security. german police say it is not fair whether the person was carrying
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any forbidden items. officials say the breach caused some slight delays. germany's biggest airport. we will monitor the situation and bring any developments we have. train to donald trump made it with the president before he delivers the majors each on immigration. i've accepted the invitation of president henrique penne need to look forward to meeting him tomorrow. the two to discuss immigration and trade, topics addressed are in the rally and washing state last night. >> we're also going to secure our border and stop the drugs from the remand and destroying our country. we are going to renegotiate the horrible nafta trade deal, probably the worst deal ever made.
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lea: trump said to give the speech in arizona. tune into fox business starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern with loose jobs followed by "the intelligence report" that trish regan. lauren: john mccain easily defeating former state senator kelley ward. the 8-year-old republican seeking a sixth term in november. >> i am humbled and grateful for our success tonight and for the honor to be the arizona republican party's nominee for election to the united states senate. lauren: gop senator marco rubio beating carlos beruff, earning the right to seek a second term. >> it could be a piece of the ideal would matches lose the senate seat but the balance of power at this critical moment in our nation's history with a vacancy on the supreme court, the potential that chuck schumer of new york would be the majority leader or majority leader or not the issues facing america. i'm so grateful now to be here with his support so many people
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have given us. lea: congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz winning against team canada. bernie sanders backed challenger. >> most of all you want to thank the people have had the privilege of serving for nearly 12 years in congress and 24 years as a public servant in this community for giving me the greatest professional privilege of my life. trying to wasserman schultz resigned last month after the team that showed top dnc official savored hillary clinton never bernie sanders over the presidential primaries. corinne brown has lost her battle to remain in office after a criminal indictment. asked what she pleaded not guilty to multiple fraud charges that allege she participated in a scheme to use a phony charity. lauren: the fbi preparing to release documents into hillary clinton's use into an e-mail server as early as this week
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that the funds will be released to a number of freedom of information act request. the justice department officials are now in the process of determining what will be disclosed to the public. the fbi's report which recommended no charges be filed against clinton which first went to the justice department last month at the dod dropped the case in response. lea: tim kaine on the attack against donald trump is speaking in erie pennsylvania choose the nominee are failing to answer basic questions about his finances and that around. >> as i watch this thing, the trump campaign feels like the next big con. he is hiding his tax return. he is hiding his financial bill of health. he's trying to cover-up a web of foreign engagements and conflicts of interest and he won't even release credible
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information. lea: also pushing back against claims that hillary clinton is in poor health. he told the crowd he can barely keep up adding that hillary clinton is one tough than one half a percent. lea: eikenberry keep up with any of these nominees. the husband killed in that the area. the terrorist group says abu mohammed was murdered while surveying the operations to a pub in campaigns in the lockout. the death could not be immediately confirmed by u.s. officials at the pentagon by state coalition forces targeted him in a precision airstrike yesterday. got to have a heavy hand in planning and ordering the group's international operations inside a lone wolf terrorist attacks that we keep seeing on the bias. train to the internal revenue service under fire. according to a new report from the agency's inspector general committee iris discovered more than 1 million americans were stolen by illegal immigrants but
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taxpayers are not notified. investigators told the irs about the problem five years ago but it is still not fixed. on top of the program meant to test the solution was canceled and was enough to task anyways. consequently most taxpayers don't know identities have been stolen. the irs wants money from the illegal workers and the commissioner says in many cases the family members physically lent their social security numbers to these illegal workers. not knowing about it now is scary for a lot of people. a hurricane watch and tropical storm warnings in effect for parts of florida. we also have a tropical depression threatening to make trouble in the state in the carolinas outer banks fortunately a lucky break because the tropical weather pattern is moving out to sea having little effect on residents. one woman in florida is still on edge. >> i'm a little nervous.
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i just remodeled the house and i don't want any damage. lea: hurricane madeline is expected to pass just south of hawaii's big island today. that storm has been downgraded to a category two from a category three. right behind madeline dare we are watching it for you. let's get you caught up in global market action overnight. the nikkei in japan up 1% of the shanghai at the third of 1%. the hang seng in hong kong down .2% of the cost being south korea down .25%. this is how stocks are trading. the ftse down a point. he asked in germany 23 points. cac in paris had 22 points. let's flip it over to the u.s. futures flat this morning waiting on the jobs report friday morning. the final day of the month of august. dow futures on the point. s&p and nasdaq futures flat lining this morning.
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oil trading with 4618 to 17 cents. gold up 50 cents, 1317 at troy ounce. lea: to decide who serves most cautious members. eric rosengren and charles evans, president of the chicago fed appeared in the event hosted by the shanghai at dance for finance. rosengren said the fed is close to achieving full employment and 2% inflation target. he thinks they would've trouble hitting the 2% target. the fed could hike rates at a gradual pace if necessary. lea: after the european union will apple must pay back taxes to ireland, the question is what's next in who is next. experts say marmont tax battles between the e.u. and multinational so that they. economists told "varney & company" that the deck is stacked against apple. >> the europeans for shaking down corporations one of the reasons that donald douglas doesn't exist anymore.
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they are up against two things here. the folks on the mainland don't like the fact that ireland has the atrocity to have low corporate taxes. i guess the third inning, tim cook is politically inept. instead of spending so much time baking hillary, he needs to spend more time learning how the european bureaucracy works so he doesn't get himself in this chance. lauren: other companies that could be hit with big tax bills by the e.u. facebook, google, microsoft, amazon. lea: elon musk space x has received a major boost. they've agreed to launch one of the large commercial spacecraft on a refurbished space x rocket. it seems a big endorsement for the company and its reusable boost or his presentation is scheduled to launch before the end of the year with one of the first is the lower stage engines of a falcon nine rocket better
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than three blasts off previously. lauren: halting a zika tested the blood company has withdrawn requests after the fda found the study did not have proper patient safeguards. google takes on uber with any rancher service. the carpooling program in san francisco offers rides a cheaper rate using the app. tribune media signed the iconic tribune power. cim group by in a tower for about $240 million. really pretty. dangerous confrontations between iran and the u.s. navy are becoming more frequent. >> iran has nearly tripled its provocations of sources on the high seas. our top uniformed commanders say about it? not what she might do. back after the break with the details. lea: former texas governor rick
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perry gets ready to put on his ncing shoes. you who will be "dancing with the stars." lauren: the second, all of them up for the first time. that's just a point. don't get too excited. s&p and nasdaq off a point, maybe some positive momentum in sentiment on the final day of august. you are watching trained for, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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delivers his speech focused on immigration policies pay big-name members of congress when their primary races yesterday in florida. mark caribbean democratic representative debbie wasserman schultz beat their opponents. in arizona, john mccain won his primary battle. lea: "the wall street journal" reporting that google is starting a ridesharing service to help save his fellow
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commuters joined carpools using the app in 2013. the price is less than most as markets lift rides. futures ahead of the opening bout. dow futures than change. s&p nasdaq features fairly moving higher this morning. that's a look at what is happening now. lea: iran's pattern of disrespect signed a nuclear agreement with the u.s. and allies is growing more dangerous than the potential for something to go bog on the high seas seems to be increasing. james rosen has those details. >> iranian push wpb. train to the correct port vessels harassed the uss meet that and had to fire 50 caliber machine guns to brush back another iranian vessel. sources told fox news that machine has provoked more naval confrontation this year than in all of 2015. >> is significant particularly because it shows post the
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nuclear deal in summer 2015, not only did iran's behavior internationally not get better having been able to take advantage of the deal, it's gotten worse. >> u.s. army general joseph h-hotel saw nothing terribly amiss. >> we saw some activity in the last couple weeks. that's not particularly new. we've seen that over time. we haven't seen a significant change in their behavior. >> regime has conducted at least four ballistic missile tests of the nuclear deal is finalized and on sunday state run tv, the site of a decommissioned uranium complex on the deployment of the 300, an air defense system manufactured and sold by russia. senior u.s. officials downplayed it. >> at that prohibited under u.n. security council resolution. that doesn't mean we don't have
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concerns that increased capability and we've expressed those concerns. >> secretary of state jury would dial back its aggression. >> i know a middle east that is on fire is going to be a more manageable with this deal and opens more potential for us to try to deal with those fires. reporter: iran's escalations could relate to the nuclear deal or reflect internal dialogue and president obama and his aides are grappling with tough choices they made it the nuclear negotiating table. >> i don't think the administration is trying to explain away things that didn't affect. the administration is six when he thinks that it previously discounted as not being consequential which the rest of the world is second-guessing if that's really okay okay for the iranians to do. reporter: he was more demonstrative than criticizing iran's same u.s. naval forces
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are measured in the response to tehran's provocation and thereby help to avert an international incident. lauren and layout. lea: thank you for that report. desire these are within the passwords from the road factors. something to watch. lauren: coming up, the williams sisters both won their opening matches and unemployed quarterback tim tebow additions for 28 nature of the baseball scouts. >> since i was or five years old come a day spent two things i love the most in sports. one was playing quarterback, having 10 of the catholic issue and depend on you to win a game and then hit a baseball. specifically those two things. lea: rapper chris brown arrested in l.a. after an hours long standoff with police. we'll have the latest on that. you are watching trained for, your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lea: welcome back, everyone. singer chris brown had an hour-long standoff with police at his los angeles home. officers responded early tuesday from a woman who claimed brown pointed a gun before she was able to escape. the police director mayor brown refused to let them into barricaded himself inside his home. on posted video assignments to grandma inside they criticize law-enforcement and denied any round doing. >> better publicity. baruch hated myself in my house. have you seen my house? i'm in the barricade myself in a palace. lauren: they were able to arrest the fingerprint brown is charged with assault to deadly weapons.
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police had visited the house five times in the last year. he was sentenced to five years probation in a 2009 creating bad girlfriend rhianna. lauren: at serena williams 23rd major title despite a sore shoulder. over the shins, dr. roba, williams needed 63 minutes to be the 29 rings. earlier in the day, venus williams got three tougher than expected when against the third set. the subtle pressure to the limit in the two hour 42 minutes. the 46 euros millions to improve to 18 and a in the open first round. andy murray had an easy time in his attempt to become the fourth man in the open era to reach all four grand slam finals in this event. glenn has second wimbledon title
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last month. tim tebow continued effort to switch from football to baseball. 46 thousand 28 nature that is both teams watch the out of work quarterback show up his baseball skills at the age of 29. people got mixed reviews after work out reviews after a workout that lasted more than two hours at the campus. he did have one ball 430 feet. espn said it teed@tivo to a multiyear deal before the workout. lea: i'm so excited about this pick the new cast of "dancing with the stars" is revealed. ♪ rapper turned contractor do turned contractor been isil dance his way into america's hearts. the other contestants in crude via blockade, arima cornet, mary
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that had come to visit producer babyface and rick perry. perry of us on "mornings with maria" and i thought that he may be going after more than just the trophy. >> my daughter is getting married and not sober, right? being able to dance in my daughter's wedding for a father daughter dancer be a really, really important thing. lea: season 23 kicks off on september 12. lauren: vanilla ice performed on fox and friends one friday. it was great. he introduced himself as bob. rob van winkle. look, we are posting. the video that annual tomato fight. the last monday of the month every year. thousands of people participate by throwing tomatoes at each other in a very narrow street in valencia. how many tomatoes?
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it is wednesday august 21st. your top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. donald trump to meet with méxico's president ahead of immigration speech tonight. >> donald trump put the issue of illegal immigration back in the center of the national debate. we are going to solve this issue, a current issue. donald trump is committed to enforcing the laws of this country, upholding the constitution, securing our borders including building a wall. maria: 30 emails that may be tied to 201 attack. what it means to the campaign coming up. a big primary in the books. mccain, marco rubio and debbie wasserman schultz winning. latest developments coming up.

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