his campaign in until * tomorrow. hundreds, thousands lining up. see you tomorrow, good night cheryl: it is 5:00 a.m. here are your top stories at this hour. the pentagon sending more u.s. troops to the middle east after iran threatens to breach its nuclear limits within days. plus, new evidence just revealed seems to point the finger at the regime for the attacks in the gulf of oman. lauren: trump supporters readily to rally -- ready to rally in florida, as the president kicks off his 2020 re-election campaign. we're live in orlando as a top 2020 challenger promises to turn republican strongholds in the south blue. cheryl: new details into facebook's forray into cryptocurrency. lauren: tony stark, move over. we have a real life iron man.
he's bulletproof. he can fly. you can see it right here. it's sewn tuesday, the 18th of june. "fbn: a.m." starts right now. ♪ i can't lie you're on my mind. ♪ stuck inside my head. ♪ i want to feel your heartbeat. ♪ need it there, yeah. lauren: good morning. welcome to "fbn: a.m.." i'm lauren simonetti. cheryl: good morning. i'm cheryl casone. lauren: let's take a look at your money this morning and see how it's moving, in the u.s., up arrows, dow futures gaining 68 points, nasdaq tacking on 38 as the countdown to the fed begins today. cheryl: oil tensions of course are the big story this morning. iran continuing to ramp up pressure. right now oil is down 40-cents, so $51.55. lauren: stocks in asia closing out tuesday's session mixed.
nikkei down three quarters of 1% but a 1% gang in hong kong. cheryl: in europe, global trade worries continue there. all of those markets are in the green. lauren: top story this morning, the pentagon is sending 1,000 additional troops to the middle east as new images show the aftermath of tanker attacks linked to that country. cheryl: we have griff jenkins live for us in washington as secretary of state mike pompeo prepares for a high stakes meeting. >> reporter: the sect is on the way to tampa -- the secretary is on the way to tampa. he spent the last two days speaking with top officials in asia, europe and the gulf. the state department is urging an international response from iran who announced they will exceed the uranium stockpile limit, prompting the pentagon to order 1,000 more troops to the middle east. patrick sahn man release --
shanahan releasing this statement. the united states does not seek conflict with iran. the action today is to protect our national interests. we will continue to monitor the situation diligently and make adjustments to force levels as necessary, given intelligence reporting and credible threats. this as the pentagon releases several new he photos you see here showing iran's responsibility in attacking two tankers last week near the strait of hormuz. sailors seen removing an unexploded mine from one of the tankers. iran denies any involvement, despite the images. germany says they aren't sure who is behind the attacks. speaker pelosi reacting to the additional troop deployment, saying this decision may escalate the situation with iran and risk serious miscalculations on either side. diplomacy is needed to diffuse tensions. the united states must continue to consult with our allies. speaker pelosi is calling for
congress to be immediately briefed on the administration's decisions and plans but there is no indication that will happen any time soon. lauren, cheryl. cheryl: griff, thank you. president trump announcing a mass deportation plan. the president tweeting last night, next week i.c.e. will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the united states. they'll be removed as fast as they come in. lauren: alexandria ocasio-cortez on instagram strongly criticizing the president's immigration policy. >> the united states is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are. lauren: wow. an administration officials says those being targeted have been issued deportation orders but they remain at large. cheryl: the state department announced they're cutting aid to
guatemala, honduras and el salvador until their governments take action. lauren: we take a look at the roots of the immigration problem. >> reporter: with multiple flights a day, i.c.e. deports 1500 guatemalans from the u.s. every week. are you going to try again? >> i don't think so. >> why? >> i've got three daughters. i need work. >> reporter: some are giving up. >> there's nothing right now. >> reporter: others vow to try again. >> i'll wait a couple he'll months and go back. >> reporter: more guatemalans are apprehended at the u.s. border than from any other country. >> lack of education, lack of money. >> reporter: migrants here are leaving rural areas, pushed out bay drought, a drop in coffee prices and wage as low as $8 a day. >> guatemala does not generate enough jobs for the population that we have. we have almost 200,000 people coming into the job market and
only around 40 to 50,000 jobs being created in the economy. >> reporter: a super highway of migrants crosses through guatemala every day, inviting drugs, extortion and corruption. >> we have to generate conditions to attract investment and generate jobs. >> reporter: last week guatemala invited 80 u.s. agents to advise the country on border security. the interior minister says guatemala is considering a safe third country agreement, first in latin america, requiring migrants to file for asylum here, not the u.s. >> guatemala is going to be a country that's going to support the u.s. with regards to closing that loophole. >> reporter: jose ocosa was deported after two months. he is heading back. >> they tell me to cross now. i don't want to be returning to my country. >> reporter: no one we spoke to here, analysts on the right or
left, think sending more money to a corrupt government is the answer. solving the problem may require the one thing the u.s. doesn't have. patience. cheryl: thank you. trade representative robert lighthizer set to testify before a senate pan l he'll today on the -- panel today on the status of the u.s., mexico, canada agreement. the u.s. and mexico are taking steps to move forward for the passage of the deal. lighthizer is expected to get tough questions with how trade talks with china and japan are progressing. lauren: egypt's first democratically elected president has died. cheryl: tracee carrasco has the details. tracee: the former president collapsed and died yesterday in a cairo courtroom where he was on trial for espionage. state television says he died of a heart attack. human rights groups blame the condition of his prison cell for his bad health. he was the first democratically
elected leader, in 2012. he was ousted and detained in a military coup a year later. a major sale by so sothebys. it is being sold to patrick dohee for $3.7 billion. it puts it back in private hands, ending the 31 year run as a public company. dominos is making deliveries using fully autonomous vehicles. the world's biggest pizza company is teaming up with a silicon valley startup that makes unmanned delivery vehicles. dominoes is testing the system in houston. customers can place an order online and track the vehicle's location. timing is everything. especially in air travel. there is a breakdown of airline efficiency in 2018. southwest was number two on the
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cheryl: iran has set the clock, the country says it's on track to exceed limits in stockpiled uranium set in the 2015 nuclear deal in just 10 days. thomas calendar, a senior research fellow for defense programs at the heritage foundation, this new news out of iran, i'm not sure the u.s. should be worried, seems more like the europeans should be concerned right now. >> thank you for having me on this morning. this is essentially a nuclear
blackmail by the iranian regime against the european nations to try to get them to ca capitulat, open up international banking and adhere to their portion of the iran nuclear deal. if they exceed the limits, i think it will further isolate them. the u.k. will not adhere and stick to this, this could signal the end of the iran nuclear deal even from the european side. cheryl: just a reminder, president trump decided to pull the u.s. out of the iran nuclear deal last year. that was a president obama initiated deal. do you think it should stay in place? do you think we do need to work on trade with iran because we could have potential military conflict coming? >> the deal was not a good deal. you it really wasn't going to prohibit in the long term iran for developing nuclear weapons. i think the sanctions in place
are having an effect on iran and their economy and i think that's why we're seeing them lash out with both the attempts to exceed the nuclear deal, both enrichment and number of pounds of uranium, as well as these actions again tanking in the region, again, is another effort to pressure the european and asia allies to stick to the deal. cheryl: the attacks on the oil tankers, which is a global story, that's not jaws u.s. story. -- just a u.s. story. now the pentagon is saying they're sending 1,000 troops out there. one of the things ronald reagan did, with the threat that happened decades ago, he sent military ships to escort the tankers. is that the answer? >> i think it is. it's a measured response, defensive in nature. it's more intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance
assets, security forces and we have two ships in the region, two u.s. destroyers that went to the assistance of the tankers. you're not seeing the carrier strike group sail into the gulf, any indications of some type of more of a strike force. these are all defensive measures. i think we should see the u.s. and the international community i think should work together to help protect and h and escort sg as needed against this iranian threat. cheryl: the pentagon released he photos which show what we believe to be the iranian boat full of the national guard pulling the mine off the ship. the iranians say that wasn't us. i want to bring this home for a second. the political side of this. ilhan ow omar says we should ren to the table. you've got -- here's her tweet talking about that. you've got nancy pelosi concerned about the additional troops that could be sent to the region.
you say you think that's a good idea but that may be blocked here in washington. how possible is that? >> i think congress will get behind these troops, additional troops we're sending. they're defensive in nature. we're not sending military strike aircraft or forces that would be more of a military strike against iran. this is all to protect the sea lines of communication, our allies and our forces already there with missile defense, i.s.r., to observe and let us know if we see any further action by these i.r.g.c. navy forces. cheryl: we'll see what happens with the oil contract as well, more trading on global trade issues than this. but that situation is escalating there. thomas, thank you very much. >> thank you. lauren: let's take a look at futures this morning. the nasdaq outpacing the dow and s&p 500 this morning but investors turning again to companies that offer high growth potential, all three major averages in the green this
morning. coming up, an exclusive look inside a chinese drone company as washington warns those drones could be used to spy. how this creates another potential worry for trade negotiators looking to trust a future deal. plus, facebook just announced its new cryptocurrency. why the company's new venture could be worth billions. you're watching "fbn: a.m.." ♪ i want the easy. ♪ easy money. ♪ easy money. ♪ hey! i'm bill slowsky jr.,
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is the u.s. government about to step in with turbulence for the company. lauren: connell mcshane takes a look at the company. >> reporter: the department of homeland security put a memo out warning that drones made in china could be collecting data and sending it back to mainland china. when you think about the drone business, the company at the forefront is d.j.i. it wasn't mentioned, companies weren't mentioned specifically in 2 2 the the memo. this is the world's largest drone company. many didn't know it was chinese. d.j.i. took us on a tour of the showroom and demonstrated some of the latest and greatest, while emphasizing your data is not their business. with over 14,000 employees, d.j.i. says its purpose is simple, just trying to innovate as quickly as possible. >> we consider ourselves a global company. we feel that our technology and its applications is relevant everywhere. it's our mission to work as
broadly as we can to realize the potential of this technology for everywhere that we can. public safety is an area where we've seen a tremendous amount of growth. i think we've seen a 500% increase in adoption and frankly a lot of the way that this starts is that someone will own a drone privately and then he'll also be, say, a part-time firefighter and then bring it to his workplace and like hey, guys, this is an incredibly useful tool for us. >> reporter: the drone business, you think about drones for personal use or for shooting video, but the d.j.i. officials we spoke to, they say search and rescue, that's really a growing part of their business. back to you. lauren: he also had a chance to talk with a huawei's vice president. while denying that huawei works as an extension of the government, he said this about outside access to huawei's data. >> at all times, the telecom partners, customers are
completely in charge of all the data. there's no need for us to touch any of the data at all. >> there's no need to but i want to be clear on this point and i want to move on, there's no need for you to, but could you? >> no, we couldn't do it without the permission of the tell come company. >> could -- telecom company. >> could you do it without their permission if the government asked you. is it technically possible? >> to my knowledge, it's not technically possible. lauren: nick jakamakus joins us now. you heard from the huawei vice president. do you believe them or do you think they're desperate for business? part of the interview talked about the fact that huawei doesn't have a contingency plan as they lose business. >> good morning. i think anything that inflames the situation any worse than it already is obviously going to cause them to try to do what they can do to continue to try to move forward and get things back in place to resume business. but since last month when
president trump put the ban in place for u.s. companies doing business with huawei, it's obviously you puobviously put ta difficult spot. lauren: so you think they're saying whatever they need to say right now. >> i think they're being very cautious in trying to repair the relationship. lauren: moments ago facebook and nounsed their new cryptocurrency program, it's called libre. analysts are largely optimistic and bullish about this. they see it as a new revenue stream for the company. what are your thoughts about it? >> facebook has had continued pressure on the advertising revenue. so as you just mentioned, this is an opportunity for them to diversify their business and mark zuckerberg said recently that he wants to make transferring money as easy as transferring photos. so i think certainly this is a step in the right direction for them. lauren: we were talking about trust with huawei. do you trust facebook with this sort of data? it seems the market's optimistic now. the price of bitcoin, because of
facebook and potentially others getting into this space really rallying. >> yes. i think in regards to trusting facebook, i think facebook as we know is under tremendous scrutiny from a compliance standpoint. this will make them more under the microscope of compliance. with that being said, it's all about the execution of it and i'm sure they'll execute well. about five years ago they hired the gentleman who had been one of the chief executives over at pay pal to lead this initiative. so i would say yes. lauren: all right. well, you know, facebook stock was up more than 4% yesterday. it's moving today in the premarket. nick, thank you for coming on this morning. >> thank you so much for having me. cheryl: we have got a green start to your tuesday. take a look at futures right now, the dow is up 70 points, subpoena up 9, nasdaq up 44 and a quarter. still ahead, the crowds have been growing for hours. voters getting ready for president trump to kick off his
re-election campaign tonight. we are going live to orlando as a top 2020 challenger promises to turn republican strongholds blue. as hundreds of companies descend on washington to protest new tariffs, we're talking to one industry exec that says bring them on. keep it here on "fbn: a.m." ♪ something big, i feel it happening. ♪
cheryl: let's get you caught up on global market action. we've got another kickoff to your markets on this tuesday that looks kind of green. we'll see how the market opens. futures higher right now, dow up 61, nasdaq and s&p higher as well. taking a look at oil again, we are down 24-cents, iran tensions not enough to boost the contract, worries about the global economy slowing persist.
european stocks, we've got comments from mario dragi about potentially more stimulus in europe. that's asia, here we go. there's asian markets right now. europe markets already. nikkei is down three quarters of a percent. there are my european markets. as you can see, the comments from dragi boosting those numbers, all in the green right now. lauren: you wore the right color to. cheryl: i try. lauren: president trump kicking off his campaign in orlando florida today. tens of thousands of people are expected to be there. some of them lining the streets to get in. cheryl: looks like a rock concert. lauren: it kind of does. cheryl: lauren blanchard has been in the sun shine state. people have been camped out for days, is that correct? >> reporter: let me show you what that looks like. these folks have been here since yesterday morning, about 100 is what we saw yesterday morning. now take a look down the block. this is what it looks like. this goes down the block, around the block, it is expected to
grow as we go. they've got tents, chairs and coolers and we are hours from the doors opening. some supporter have been her hae for the entire day. there's more rain in the forecast today. there's heat, there's humidity and it's all to get one of those 20,000 seats inside the amway center. >> trump supporters are very, very jun unified. we love him and we love each other and we accept each other. we come from all parts of life. >> we flew from boston. we live in cape cod. >> why did you come down here for this? >> we love president trump. >> reporter: take a look at this video overnight from the press secretary. kaley mcinaney, she shot this as she was coming in the area. it is dark for another hour here. people continue to come across
the road as they are getting in to line. but not everybody is happy the president has chosen orlando. remember that trump baby balloon from the u.k. a copy of it is here, just down the road, for a win with love rally at the stonewall bar. they are planning to voice opposition to many of the trump administration's policies. the president tweeted he had more than 100,000 people sign up to get tickets. remember, only 20,000 will get in. so for those who aren't able to get a spot, they say they've got this whole thing planned, called the 45 fest, there's going to be big screen tvs, food trucks and a band, cheryl and lauren. so the whole thing will be available to all of those who don't get in, if they're not waiting in this line for all this time. lauren: wow, lauren, that's pretty amazing and a sign of what is to come as re-election season is officially here. thank you. cheryl: all right. let's pick up on all of this and bring in real clear politics white house correspondent susan
crabtree. 20,000 seat arena, this is 29 electoral votes, this is florida, the president needs it to get rehe'lelected. how is his stance in the state in your opinion? >> reporter: he certainly does need the 29 votes there. it's a deeply divided state. it always is. expected to be again. the president is right that these lagging poll numbers, he's trailing democrats, most of the democrats in the field, the top democrats at least by 10 points, that these early polls don't mean much at all in 1983 you had mondale beating reagan by 10 points. in 1991 you had george h.w. bush beating an unknown democratic candidate before bill clinton got in. cheryl: george w. bush won florida but lost re-election to clinton.
the hispanic vote in florida we've seen go more republican but we've seen an influx of puerto ricans who tend to go democrat. marco rubio was his opposition candidate in 2016. now he's got a lot more momentum in the state than prior. >> the election of ron de santis does not hurt him in any way, shape or form there, solidifying the republican leadership there. i think that helps him. the real state you have to look at is texas. if there's early trouble there, that's not a good sign. florida is always deeply divided. if you see a sign of trouble in texas, that could hurt him in the future. you shouldn't be shoring up -- cheryl: i'm glad you brought that up. joe biden was at a forum in d.c., elizabeth warren was there as well. he actually made a pretty bold statement. he said i promise if i'm the candidate, i can win south
carolina, texas, and georgia and he says he will not ignore those states on the campaign trail if he is the nominee from the democrats. what do you think of that statement? that's pretty bold coming from biden. >> absolutely. i think it's a tall order. i think the last person to do that is in 1976, jimmy carter, a southerner. he did that swing through the southern states. georgia, south carolina and texas. but you have joe biden flip-flopping on the hyde amendment. i don't think that's going to help him in those southern states, where abortion is a really big test there. so i think he's optimistic right now. cheryl: that's a very good point. remember, the last democrat to win georgia, clinton, as in bill. so that was pretty interesting you said that. all right. thank you so much for being here. we certainly appreciate your time. it's going to be -- we're just getting going thank you, susan. lauren: hundreds of u.s. companies from toy sellers to clothing and shoe retailers
begging the trump administration not to impose tariffs on another $300 billion in chinese imports, this comes on the first of seven days of testimony before a panel from the office of the u.s. trade representative. but not all of the witnesses are opposed to the tariffs. >> i'm here today to support the administration's 301 tariffs against china imports. it starts after a somewhat level playing field and it hopefully can shift manufacturing back into the western hemisphere. lauren: clearly a difference of opinion. we bring in kim glass from the national organization of textiles. do you find you're in the minoritminority of companies sag don't pull back on the tariffs. >> we're one of the industries that's been most impacted by intellectual property theft. we don't mind being one of the few voices in the trade winds because we think the industry
has been on the brunt of chinese unfair trade practices that distorted the economy and have hurt this industry for decades. lauren: i believe you're testifying this week, what will you say? >> i'm going to say to the trump administration on thursday that they should move forward and put tariffs on finished products coming out of china. 93% of our imports for this sector come in on finished products, apparel and home furnished goods. right now, the trump administration is only putting tariffs on inputs and in fact that's hurting some of our domestic industry where some of these inputs can only be sourced from china. so in order to level the playing field and to really address this issue, you need to put tariffs on the finished product. it helps shift sourcing back to the hemisphere and into the united states. lauren: let's look at a pair of blue jeans. most americans wear jeans, kim. so should there be an exclusion for tariffs on imports of the dye or the cotton or the
chemicals used in the raw materials? >> we think that if you are only sourcing certain dyes and chemicals or even textile mcly products that are -- machinery products that are certainly only made in certain countries like china, then yeah, there should be an exclusion. the administration, we're very concerned, has put some articles back on the tariff retaliatory list that were previously excluded. so we're asking the administration to reconsider that. lauren: so kim, why are retailers like kenneth cole so worried about the loss of jobs and that tariffs are essentially a tax. take listen. we'll respond on the other side. >> no one is writing us a check for these tariffs. china's not writing us a check for these tariffs. we will absorb the tariffs or have to deal with the tariffs and basically i see it as a tax on consumers, on american consumers. lauren: what's your response to that, kim? >> well, you're obviously
hearing a lot from brands and retailers who propelling this argument. all consumers know that there's significant markup at retail in terms of a value of a jean, a jean that we're sourcing out of china is $8. what this tariff would do is put 25% on the $8 pair of jeans, not the 4 a $5 pair of jeans that is sold by the gap and other retail brands. so i think you have to look to see who is propelling this particular argument. but i think the argument is overly exaggerated. there's literally over 100 countries where we source apparel currently and in fact you can source apparel duty-free through our free trade agreement partners in mexico and central america. so there's more than one option and we look forward to working with this administration, amplifying our concerns that we really need to address the trade distortions with this particular industry on the end products. lauren: kim glass, interesting perspective. thank you very much. >> thank you. cheryl: well, famed fashion
designer and socialite gloria vanderbilt has died. lauren: we take a look at her long public life. >> reporter: maria vanderbilt -- gloria vanderbilt has died in new york. a statement from her son reads in part, galor gloria vanderbils an extraordinary woman who loved life and lived it on her own terms. she was born in 1924. her father died when she was a baby. she got the moniker of poor little rich girl in the great depression. in 17 she wed a hollywood agent. they divorced a few years later. >> he would get into violent rages for really no reason at all. i got very, very scared of him.
>> reporter: vanderbilt married a conductor. she was 21, he was 63. >> i don't believe in chronological age. >> reporter: she started getting into art and held her first exhibit at age 24, stage acting followed. but her real passion came out in fashion and designing. vanderbilt was behind a successful line of ready to wear garments and would go on to sell millions of jeans, along with the vanderbilt perfume bearing the signature swan logo. in 1988, her son carter killed himself by jumping from a balcony. in an interview, she told her son, anderson, how close she came to doing the same. >> there was a moment where i thought i was going to jump over after him but then i thought of you and it stopped me from doing that. >> reporter: gloria vanderbilt had been battling advanced stomach cancer. she was 95 years old. in new york, lauren green, fox news. cheryl: lauren, thank you very
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cheryl: a new jersey man is the ninth american tourist to die in the dominican republic in the last year. joseph allen was found dead in his hotel room on thursday after complaining about not feeling well. his cause of death has not been revealed. lauren: this as dozens of tourists from oklahoma say they got extremely sick during a trip in april, 47 people at a jimmy buffet fan group coming down with a mysterious illness. >> everybody that did get sick at one time during the trip had either swam at the pool where the swim-up bar was or they had drank something from that swim-up bar. lauren: several of those travelers tested positive for salmonella. it's unclear what caused it. and the family of a man in arizona who was found dead at a hotel last june reportedly says he had something green foaming
from his mouth after his death. cheryl: well, we've got some new information in the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. lauren: tracee carrasco is here with that story and some other headlines. tracee, good morning. tracee: the state department says they found 30 security incidents considered to be violations and infractions by at least 15 unidentified people. the ongoing probe is investigating clinton's use of an unauthorized server that deleted 33,000 e-mails while she was secretary of state. the department calling the investigation serious and disciplinary actions are currently pending. a glitch that stalled checkout lines at target stores worldwide saturday may have cost the company as much 5*s $0 million. the -- $50 million. it caused a two hour outage preventing target's sa cashiers from processing transaction as long lines formed in some stores. self-checkout registers also were not working at times.
target hasn't revealed any details about what caused the outage. a scary moment for passengers on a flight to france. take a look. tracee: severe plane turbulence injured 10 passengers in mid-air. the turbulence smashing a flight attendant's head on the plane's ceiling and caused a terrified passenger to pray as it lasted for five minutes. the plane landed safely in france. passenger versu injuries are mi. do you have a bad habit you want to kick? cheryl: yes. tracee: amazon is selling something that may help. it is a shock bracelet, sells
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lauren: there's been a break in the david ortiz shooting case. cheryl: jared max is here with the latest, another dominican republic story. jared: authorities identified the suspect they believe paid hismen to try to assassinate david ortiz. police are closing in on the mastermind and the motive. police say that the man that they i.d.'d is alberto rodl rodriguez moda, a fugitive. the person who paid them was ordered to one year in preventative prison. he was alleged to sell the cell phone used to plan the attack the day after the shooting. the raptors celebrated their first nba title yesterday with a parade in toronto. the golden state warriors bought a full page ad to congratulate the raptors and city of toronto. the team that lost, the warriors, wound up having to see
this horrible thing take place in toronto. aside from the parade, four people suffered gunshot wounds while the raptors were on stage along with the canadian prime minister. the crowd was urged to remain calm. police were widely celebrated for their immediate response. they arrested three people, firearms also taken. none of the injuries were life-threatening. it is an ongoing investigation. on to fun. mariners' catcher tom murphy hits a ball to center field. watch what a fan does. he uses a sweatshirt to try to catch the ball. it didn't work. college world series, you see that guy dive into third. watch the face plant. here it comes. amazingly, he was safe and later scored. watch chris bets celebrate winning a minor league home run
derby. he throws the bat deep towards right field, the biggest bat flip we've ever seen. look at that. lauren: a big promotion to tell you about. taco bell, you go to your local taco bell, free a tacos. jared: because they won on the road in the nba finals. cheryl: food is an important topic. jared max. catch jared's sports reports on fox news headlines, 24/7, sirius xm channel 115. lauren: coming up, boeing 747 taking to the seas in bahrain. why the country wants to put you in an underwater jet. and life imitating attar. we're going to tell you about the real life bulletproof iron man armor that you can take, this one you can actually take to the sky, not underwater. ♪
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open, sunken 737, built 1981, reportedly largest ever to be submerged and made into a diving site, trails for divers, artificial reefs, we don't know how much it would cost but being built as playground for high spenders. new online series for discovery, full set of iron man armor just as seen on first movie. the armor's 3d titanium and bullet proof. guess what, to use very own jet pack, isn't that cool, maria bartiromo? we will say good morning to you, mornings with maria starts now.
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this, ice will begin removing millions of illegal immigrants next week, mornings with maria begins right now. ♪ ♪ maria: take a look at markets as we await details, markets are higher, futures indicating gain, s&p futures up 8 points and nasdaq up almost 40 points, better than half of 1%, investors closely watching the federal reserve this morning, the fed holding open market committee meeting tomorrow we will hear from the fed chairman and perhaps scrutinizing what he says and suggests about the possibility of cut in