one day left before critical votes in south carolina and nevada. a new poll shows socialist bernie sanders later and hillary clinton for the first time ever. i am mormon simonetti. trained to aim it for nicole petallides. a new fox poll shows donald trump dominated the republican field as a response to the criticism he is not a christian. the latest on that battle. lauren: u.s. stocks will likely end the week with gains. checking stocks ahead of the opening bell. dow futures up 30 points. jo: oil prices continued to
slide. lauren: oil prices reversing on new data showing rising oil supply. right now crude is down about 1%. jo: the battle to unlock a tear encrypted mr. congress. considering their response to the fight against apple. lauren: baseball is back. spring training begins today. in college basketball, more upset to find out which top 10 teams felt. welcome to this friday morning to "fbn:am" cover your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect a day ahead. jo: hillary clinton feeling the burden at the caucuses up for it tomorrow. bernie sanders leading clinton by 30.47-44. the first time he has been ahead of hillary griffin mayor.
quit making sanders on attacking president barack obama and her husband, former president go clinton. >> i don't know where all this comes from. maybe senator sanders wasn't a democrat until he decided to run for president. [cheers and applause] well, it is true. you know it is true. jo: earlier that day comes sanders described the agreement and the overhaul as disastrous drain his part of the town hall, center space and critical questions about his record in reform has a high priority for him. he can't tackle the problem by himself. >> i had not a dictator here. it has to do with a little bit of cooperation from the congress. but it is a major priority when you have 11 million people living in the shadows. we overtook them to move as expeditiously as we can. jo: senator sanders is asked how
he considers himself a strong feminist and was named an honorary woman years ago by gloria steinem. lauren: donald trump are made in the lead for the nomination after tomorrow's -- ahead of tomorrow's top airline a primary. trump is 36% support, well ahead of the 19% for senator ted cruz and 15% for marco rubio. dr. ben carson and former governor jeb bush are next, 9% each. john kasich in last place at the percent. a cnn town hall last night in south carolina were trump doesn't remember a 2002 interview with howard stern in which trump said he couldn't endorse the invasion of iraq. listen in. >> at the time the war started i was against the war. there were articles -- headlines in 2003-2004 that i was against the war. a couple people in your world in terms of the pundit did you know
there's definite proof in 2003-2004 trumpets against it. lauren: john kasich same debate that the best way. >> i want to stay positive. i've had nine debates and in virtually happy with all of them. these are the dumbest way to pick a president. let me sit down with you for half an hour and have you examined me. ask me in a hard question you want and let me answer them. that is a better way than just got a clever and dirty second soundbite. this is a way to pick the president. lauren: we need to create a culture of savings rather than a culture of that. >> 63% of americans can't make a $500 car payment. they don't let the cat to do that. 60% of americans don't have a thousand dollars of cash available to deal with whatever comes their way.
lauren: make sure to tune in for the complete coverage of the south carolina republican primary and the nevada democratic caucuses tomorrow starting at 6:00 p.m. eastern on thoughts is that word. jo: presidential candidate donald trump is in a holy war of words responded to the assertion is unchristian to build a wall between u.s. and mexico. listen to what he had to say in the town hall. >> he also talked about having awol is not christian. he's got an awfully big wall at the vatican. they are going to come and go legally. that is what i want and what a lot of people weren't obviously because they agree with me. >> with the pope, does it give you pause? >> i don't like fighting with the pope. lauren: the pope has yet to respond to this latest comments. he just completed his latest trip.
tune in to on the record at 7:00 tonight. rather than faster and will interview donald trump and get more thoughts on the matter. lauren: apple has an additional three days to respond to the department of justice about art in -- aiding the fbi with the terror attack. the child was ordered to unlock an iphone used by one of the terrorist. ceo tim cook said the request is chilling and threaten the security of its customers. former attorney general john ashcroft joins maria bartiromo yesterday with his tape. >> we have to have information to protect liberties of the american people. it's been supervised by the courts. by the system is getting information when necessary national security. i believe there will be a way. we cannot have a company that provides a sanctuary or secure area where terrorists can communicate to disrupt america.
>> the intelligence committee has decided against a proposal for companies that do not comply with court orders to decipher encrypted communication. also considering the next steps in a related development the manhattan district attorney says his office as 175 iphones. it cannot open because of encryption. jo: president obama and the first lady are having to pay there was x antonin scalia is why the lies in repose. the white house has been sending criticism of the president's decision not to attend tomorrow's funeral sending vice president wright in his place. the industry should alice called the move a missed opportunity to ease the bitter political fight that is followed kelly's death. in a town hall last night, candidate jeb bush does just what was on the line with the supreme court opening. listen to this. >> a lot is riding with antonin
scalia's passing. i will have a conversation with the second amendment. true to reverend paul scalia will lead to mass at the basilica of the national shrine of immaculate section in washington d.c. tomorrow. one person in critical condition this morning. after a helicopter carrying five people crashed into the water near hawaii's pearl harbor, falling 20 feet from shore command high standards and to the safety for passengers from a sinking plane. a federal aviation administration team on its way to the crash site to investigate what caused the incident. the second major crash this year involving helicopters on the island of oahu. calgary's were killed last month when two military helicopters crashed during nighttime training. north korea's recently launched satellite is tumbling according to u.s. officials. the controversial satellite is believed that the u.s. and others to be intended across the
globe. was that to achieve stability and is now considered to be useless that it is simply an earth observation satellite. it comes after a u.s. official with the u.s. and military cannot protect the country against a north korean missile assault. lauren: getting your conduct on global market action. mostly down arrow spread phishing data attempt of 1%. nikkei down 1.4%. the cost be about 4%. trade to europe is trading on the last day of the week. the dax down 10.5 points. lauren: a good week for u.s. equities. nasdaq up 3.5% in the final session higher by just two points. s&p futures higher by just a point. dow futures up 14. jo: take a look at all a done
one a 3%. getting back about $4.20 right now. i show you how the u.s. dollar is trading with the u.k. pound, the canadian dollar versus the u.s. dollar. looking that even though the japanese stock market. >> yield on the treasury and it is up 1.6 basis points. the eldest 1.75%. warning the u.s. may be heading for recession during an interview with maria bartiromo. listen. >> to you and the u.s. recession? >> jessica's prediction in the federal reserve's next move. >> i think they observe problems in china and problems in emerging market and eventually the problems that come back to the united states. so they are cautious.
they probably won't post in march and they may not move the rest of the year depended on those conditions. lauren: find out everything else he had to say with the rest of the interview. 8:00 a.m. eastern time. coming up, dallas mavericks owner mark cuban facts about virtual reality in pack in force. >> everybody is trying to recourse which is the dumbest thing ever. more from the interview. baseball is back. spring training. we let you know which teams are taking the field in college basketball. find out which top 10 teams fell. check your index futures now. dow futures up 19 points. a winning week finally appeared the first of the year for u.s. equities. nasdaq futures up three points. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market than wiki news.
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jo: let's get you caught up on the global action overnight. asia stat just in the right have been nikkei had a work day. the cost be in the top. lauren: european stocks open lower, but some strength at 4.8 the cac down fractionally and the dax giving up 22 points which is about a quarter of 1%. jo: u.s. stock market futures looking pretty good this morning. just about flat. dow futures up six points. and the nasdaq just about flat. lauren: key commodities. oil prices down 37 cents a barrel. they are most at $32 just today. jo: baseball is back.
they've been or did defending the world series champs to kansas city royals held their first workout of the season today. that's coming yankees, orioles doing the same. the workout starts february february 22nd with the miami marlins. in college hoops, minnesota, my home state, upset the nation could the golden gophers won 68-63 for their first big 10 win of the season. this was a first-team wind and over two months after the blast. richard 15 is that after the game that he can start going inside starbucks instead of the drive through. good for him. and golf, jordan speed shot a 79 yesterday, his worst start ever. out of 144 players he shot better than just one other player. i was steve then you had 81.
speith will need a score in the low 60s to make the cut. he is 16 strokes behind the leader. lauren: virtual reality is becoming one of the hottest additions to this worse world. nba was the first to stream a live sports game using virtual reality and now other lakes are as well. according to an nba owner and billionaire investor mark cuban, the new technology may have a ways to go. >> it is so hot to so many people, so everyone is trying to re-create the court said it variants, which is the dumbest thing ever. that is the conventional wisdom. when they pack six go pros for different types of cameras that give you more of a 360 viewpoint. when you actually use it, first there is a limited bandwidth shared second, it's only one location so i can deal with that for a while. there's so many issues, but to me it's opportunity.
lauren: cuban has invested in 3-d, 360 jury views from any angle and instant replay. jo: exciting stuff happening. a new fox poll showing socialist bernie sanders pulling ahead of hillary sanders, adding pressure to release more information about the big wall street. >> i am happy to release anything i have when everybody else does the same, to get every other candidate in this space including senator sanders. lauren: the ongoing battle to unlock a terror encrypted iphone moves to congress. lawmakers considering there is on to the versus terrorism today. we will have the latest on the story. checking a stock index futures have been in the upward direction of 12 points. s&p up to, nasdaq up 2.5. you are watching "fbn:am," your
jo: break-in as we've are the critical votes in south caroline and nevada. a fox news poll shows socialist bernie sanders that he and hillary clinton for the first time ever. i am jo ling kent and for nicole petallides. lauren: i am lauren simonetti. a new fox poll shows donald trump dominated the republican field even as a response to pope francis' criticism that he is not a christian. we'll have the latest on the story. jo: and the markets after a three-day winning streak from u.s. stocks could end the week with gains.
future is moving up 14 points right now. s&p up to a quarter and the nasdaq 2.5. lauren: at three-week high with oil prices spike haired nikkei down about 1.5%. tranter reversing the oil supply here. a terrorist now most to the response against the fight. you made it to friday. this is "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. jo: hillary clinton feeling the burn with the democratic caucus is set for tomorrow. bernie sanders leading clinton by 3.47% to 44%. the first time sanders has been ahead of clinton. speaking ahead of tom hall,
clinton accused andersen attacking president barack obama and her husband, former president bill clinton. >> i don't know where all this comes from. maybe senator sanders was senator sanders wasn't really a democrat until he decided to run for senate. he doesn't really know. it is true. you know it is true. jo: earlier in the day, respondinrespondin g to questions, senator sanders describes the trade agreement and welfare overhaul as disasters. standards-based and critical questions about his record in that immigratiimmigrati on reform is a high priority for him but that he can tackle the problems alone. >> i am not a dictator here. it has to do with a little bit of cooperation from the congress. but it is a major priority when you have 11 million people living in the shadows.
what color to them to move as expeditiously as we can. jo: sanders is asked how a man could understand problems women face. he said he considers himself a strong feminist and was named in was named an honorary woman years ago by renowned feminist gloria steinem. lauren: donald trump's remains in the late for the nomination to head at myself carolyn primary. according to the fox news poll, trump 36% support well ahead of ted cruz with 19% and 15% for marco rubio. man percentage. ohio governor john kasich at last the paper said. a big night on the campaign trail and a cnn town hall. trump does not remember 82,002 interview in which he could have, and that's a quote, could have endorsed the invasion of iraq. >> by the time the war started i was against the war and their articles, headlines and
2003-2004 that is against the war. a couple people in your world said, you know, there is definite proof in 2003-2004 trump was against it. lauren: john kasich thing debates are not the best way to choose presidents. >> i want to stay positive and we've had nine debates. i've been happy with virtually all of them. i think these debates at the dumbest way to pick a president. frankly, let me sit down with you for half an hour. have you examined me, sean. ask me any hard question and that is a better way than who's got a clever at dirty second sound bite. this is a way to pick a president. sounds passionate. jeb bush saying we will remove a culture of savings rather than a culture of death. >> 63% can make a $500 car payment. they don't have the cash to do it. 60% of americans don't have more
than a thousand dollars of cash available to deal with whatever comes their way. make sure to tune in for a fox business of the south carolina republican primary as well as nevada democratic caucuses tomorrow. he might not have heard today or tomorrow 6:00 p.m. eastern right here on the fox does this not work. jo: presidential candidate donald trump responding to the assertion that it's unchristian to build a wall between the u.s. and mexico. listen to what he had to say last night and town hall. >> he also talked about having a wall is not christian. >> they are going to come and go through the wall. they are going to do it legally. that is what a lot of people want because they agree with me. >> with the pope, does it give you pause? >> i don't like fighting with
the pope. transfer heat the just concluded his weeklong trip or spoke about issues of immigration to the drug trade. make sure to tune into on the record at 7:00 eastern tonight on fox news. greta van fester will enter the donald trump. let's get you up-to-date on the story. apple has been given an extra three days to respond to the departmedepartme nt of justice about aiding the fbi with the san bernardino terror attack case. order to unlock an iphone used by one of the terrorists. this week on a ceo tim cook says the request is showing it to the security of customers. former attorney general john ashcroft transferred by rumble with his take on the matter. take a listen to this. >> we've had to have informatiinformati on to protect liberties of the american people. it's been supervised by the course. without a system of getting information when necessary for national security.
i believe there will be a way. we cannot have an american company that provides a sanctuary or secure area where terrorists can communicate and plan and carry out plans to disrupt america and destroy our freedom. lauren: a spokeswoman says that the intelligence community has decided against a proposal to create penalties for companies that do not comply with court orders to decipher encrypted communication. the committee is considering the next steps. the manhattan district attorney says his office has 175 by signs that cannot open because of encryption. >> let's get to caught up in global market action overnight in asia. the cost being the grain up .4%. the nikkei chopping almost 1.5%. >> this is how european stocks are trading. the ftse up four points from the cac up four points, the dow down. maybe we can regain some positive territory.
dow futures up 16-point and nasdaq up about two. >> we are looking at the best week of the year. mark is flying high this week. commodity straight to the downside. over $37 a barrel and gold given $3 to 12.23 a troy ounce. jo: now amazon is teaming up with woody allen to release his next feature film that will be a romantic comedy. all of that coming up. "people" magazine may be jumping into the television business. people reportedly on the verge of signing a massive deal with abc. we will have the story. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets in wiki news. -- breaking news. ♪ e smarter investors will always be.
lauren: let's take a look at u.s. stock futures. in the green. s&p up 1.5 and nasdaq up five points. lauren: has been a winning way. oil down 30 cents a barrel, gold down a quarter of 1%. jo: at amazon making more movies for the tech giant acquired the rights to a romantic comedy set in the 1930s that amazon has a tv deal about six episodes. don't expect innovative pop-up anytime soon. the company will release a traditional movie theater first to the untitled comedy was dark
steve correll at the isenberg and kristen stuart. jo ling kent "people" magazine is apparently closed to a committee with abc for weekly primetime show according to "the new york post." on the celebrity magazine produces video for its website, the disney network is expected to bring its own talent to produce an star of the show. the move is under pressure from timing to diversify their media offerings. the company's most profitable title has about 3.5 million copies in circulation. true into harry potter going on in life to her. not the characters are the actors themselves. just the movies. thanks to warner bros. the harry potter series will be released with a live orchestra performance. harry potter and the sorcerer's stone will start to run june 23rd in philadelphia and head to san diego and silicon
valley. i saw home alone as a movie with that workers do and it's pretty cool. jo ling kent coming up before south carolina and nevada does, a poll shows pressure added to release more information about those wall street speaking fees. >> i am happy to release anything i have what everybody else does the same, to give every other candidate in this race has given speeches to private groups including senator sanders could >> the battle over the refusal to unmount encrypted iphone by a terrorist as the congress. consider in response to the privacy versus terrorism today. we will have the latest. checking u.s. stock futures this morning ahead of the open valve. three-day winning streak ended yesterday. right now trading flat to go out of the way. teachers up nine points. nasdaq futures up on. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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>> breaking news with one day left before critical both in south carolina and nevada. a new thought below shows socialist bernie sanders that he and hillary clinton for the first time ever. good morning, everybody. i am lauren simonetti. jo: i am trained are in for nicole petallides. donald trump dominated as they respond to criticism that is not a christian. we will have the latest on that story. after breaking a three-day winning streak yesterday, u.s. stock is still into the week with kids. users ahead of the opening bell of relatively flat. s&p futures up on.
lauren: and asia, oil prices continue to fly. the nikkei down 1.5%. new data showing rising u.s. oil supplies hitting record levels good right now $30.21 a barrel. in encrypted iphone used by a terrorist with the congress. the fight against apple. welcome to the first look at today's markets, latest breaking news in what to expect today ahead. it was a very busy night in politics. hillary clinton feeling the burn with a democratic nevada caucus effort tomorrow. bernie sanders leading by three points, 47% to 44%. the first 10 sanders has been ahead of clinton. last night, clinton accused sanders of attacking president barack obama and her husband, former president euclid did. >> i don't know where all this comes from.
maybe senator sanders wasn't a democrat until he decided to run for president. sheesh you know, it is true. you know it is true. sanders describes bill clinton's massive trade agreement and overhaul its disasters. sanders facing critical as questions about his own record trade and immigration reform is a high priority. he can tackle a problem all by himself. >> i am not a dictator here. it has to do with cooperation from the congress. but it is a major priority and we owe it to them to move as expeditiously as we can. jo: sanders is not a man could understand problems women face that he considers himself a strong administered with the been named an honorable man
years ago by gloria steinem. >> donald trump remained that way for the presidential nomination ahead to mess up carolina primary. look at this very trump 36% support ahead of 19% for senator ted cruz and 15% for marco rubio. dr. ben carson and jeb bush's next up nine percentage. john kasich is blessed with a percent. trump says he does not remember 2002 interview with howard stern in which he said he could have been worse the invasion of iraq. >> at the time the war started i was again the word. there were headlines in 2003-2004 that i was against the war. a couple people in your world said, you know, there is definite proof in 2003, 2004 trump was against it. lauren: debates are not the best way to choose a president. >> i want to stay positive.
i've been happy with virtually all of them are getting better at it. these debates are the dumbest way to pick a president. let me sit down with you for half an hour. have you extended me. ask me any hard question you want and let me answer that. that is a better way than who has a clever 302nd sound bite. this is a way to pick a president. lauren: jeb bush said when jeb bush saying we need to create a culture of savings rather than a culture of death. >> 63% of americans can't make a $500 car payment. they don't have the cash to do that. 60% don't have a thousand dollars of cash available to deal with whatever comes their way. lauren: make sure to tune in for the south carolina republican primary and the democratic caucuses tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. eastern. it all starts right here on fox business network. jo: donald donald trump is in a holy war with words but the pope.
it's funny to an assertion is not wishing to build a wall between the u.s. and mexico. listen to what he had to say in a town hall last night and cnn. >> he also talked about enough of it while at the vatican i will tell you. >> people come and go through the vatican. >> it will come and go through the wall. but they will do it legally. that is what i want to mess with a lot of people want obviously because they agree with me. >> event of ties with a lot of people. but the pope. does it give you pause? >> i don't like voting with the pope. >> gsa to respond to respond to be included a weak lot where he spoke about issues from immigration to the drug trade. be sure to turn into the action tonight on the record of 7:00 p.m. eastern on fox news. greta van fester in the interview donald trump. apple has been given additional three days to respond about aiding the fbi with the san
bernardino terror attack case. the giant was ordered to a ordered to am not the type used by one of the terrorists. ceo tim cook said that his chilling and threaten the security of its customers. former attorney general john ashcroft joins maria bartiromo yesterday. take a listen to this. >> we've had enough information to protect liberties of the american people. it's been supervised by the courts. we have a system of getting information when necessary for national security. there will be a way. we cannot have an american company that provides a sanctuary or secure area where terrorists can communicate and plan and carry out plans to disrupt america and destroy our freedom. >> the head of the senate intelligence committee has decided against a proposal to create penalties for those who do not comply with court orders for encrypted communications. the committee is considering its next steps. the manhattan district attorney
says his office has 175 i. phones that cannot open because of encryption. jo: president obama and the first lady are paying respects to maintenance the lab. the white house sought feminist criticism of the decision not to attend the funeral senate vice president biden in this place. and a town hall last night of a candidate jeb bush discuss what is on the line with the supreme court opening. >> a lot is riding scalia's passing. now we have a conversation this election about a lot of important things including the second amendment. >> scully assigned the lead to mass at the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception in washington d.c. tomorrow. one person now a critical condition after a helicopter carrying five people crashed into the water near hawaii's pearl harbor thought about 20 feet from shore, bystanders
freed passengers from the sinking plane. an aviation administration on the way to the crash site. to investigate what caused the incident. the second major crash this year involving helicopters on the island of oahu. sobering coda in january when two military helicopters crashed during nighttime training. i was watching the market action overnight. let's take a look at stocks right now. stocks ended the day next-paragraph be up slightly. the shanghai was down. the hang seng in hong kong also doubt that the nikkei had the biggest drop a 1.4%. lauren: european stocks are trading down. treated to the u.s. stock market is having a strong week. futures right now down after being in the great earlier down 15 points. checking some commodity action, oil down 2%. features go from positive to negative for equities on the further fall price of oil.
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gold also just two tenths of a percent. before you head out the door this morning, and literature friday forecast with meteorologists are remotely now. they want a wet weekend ahead. >> looking at warm temperatures. pretty pleasant in terms of any wet weather. expect sunshine and temperatures in the fifth days. systems further west right now across parts of the great lakes. one brilliant eras has no across parts of the great lakes and northern plains dealing with the quickening storm system bringing in rain. take a look at the massive storm pushy man, bringing in heavy rain across places like seattle down into northern california and had the mountains now, potentially more than a foot in parts of the cascades. temperature wise, you are incredibly mild across parts of the plane. look at what the temperature is right now it can't city.
already 67 degrees here parts of texas in the month forecasting continued throughout this afternoon into texas and oklahoma and the ones that are will continue into the weekend. like i mentioned in places like new york city, the warmth will be expanding in our area as well bringing temperatures into the 50s. widespread. get out and enjoy it. lauren: about that. have a beautiful weekend. coming up, will run down market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria." stay with us. ♪
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we thought the nikkei down the most of 1.42% on account of oil. watching european market trading right now. you see the ftse down, dax down almost .6%. look at u.s. stock market futures. even though we were down slightly yesterday, the dow futures down 16 points. we are going to take a look right now at how this has been the impact hit by oil trade. oil down almost 2% right now. i now. i was to change early this morning as we continue to move in the downward direction. let's also take a quick look at current faith as well. sure you have the dollar is trading and you can see that right now. it is actually down across the board. you've got again just barely in the positive. big week for the dow. see if we can end in positive territory. maria, over to you.
maria: happy friday. tgif. it is friday, saturday team. with me, dagen mcdowell and trading partner michael bought. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast right now. one day away from voting in the republican south carolina primary. the latest fox news poll shows how much has changed on the race. the latest national poll has bernie sanders leaving hillary clinton for the first time ever. the numbers are 47% to 44%. he has jumped 10 points from just last month. under republican side of the race, donald trump with a commanding lead continues. 36% support. 10% 19%, marco rubio is 15%. jeb bush and ben carson at 9%. john kasich runs at the show that they% of the vote so far. a war of words with a princess
of our and trumps faith. >> a person who thinks only about building walls wherever they may be in that building bridges is not christian. >> for a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful. i'm proud to be a christian and as president i will not allow christianity to be consistently attacked in weekend unlike what is happening now with our current president. >> taking a look at whether this will affect the vote in south carolina. the latest brouhaha with the pope. in terms encryption, other technologies rallied behind tim cook and apple. congress looking to step in. details on the developing story. features spotlight as you can see a little weakness this morning. very much an unchanged story. major average on track for the best weekly performance. later this morning to read on