captioning performed by mediacaptioning.com maria: last-minute push for of the in michigan, mississippi, idaho and hawaii, 150 delegates at stake, the republicans and 66 in place for the democrats. i am nicole petallides. >> the of the voting hillary clinton and bernie sanders squaring off the town hall event, clinton dropping an alternative to barry sanders's free tuition plan. lori: 60 point gain for the dow jones industrial average, checking stock market futures, you can see the dow down 116
points, in asia, more news out of china as exports fell most in seven years, stocks did eat out again with the shanghai composite of 0.4% but stocks in japan fell 3/4%. lauren: after gaining 5% yesterday let's check how crude oil is fitting right this second, $37 still, it is down $0.34. the justice department put the federal judge in new york to overturn a ruling to force apple to unlock the iphone of the drug dealer. we have the latest on this story. and peyton manning makes it official, hangs up his colleagues. maria schiarapova drops a shocker about a positive drug test. it is 5 a m in new york, welcome to "fbn a.m.," your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. republican presidential candidates making their final
push for votes in today's contrasts in michigan, mississippi, idaho and hawaii. in total, 150 delegates are available today. ohio governor john kasich and ted cruz trying to demonstrate their regional appeal in michigan and texas. front runner donald trump on sean hannity talking about his conservatism. >> i don't like labels because all label doesn't need much but when it means conservative i am very conservative. i am very so-called conservative on the military. i want a very strong military, i want to build up the military, the military is totally depleted. no one is more conservative when it comes to trade than i am. nicole: stay tuned for coverage of caucuses and primaries, special coverage starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern time on the fox business network. lauren: donald trump launching a new tv attack on marco rubio
ahead of the crucial march 15th primary in
florida. >> as a legislator he flipped on a key vote after making a quick $200,000 from selling his house to the mother of the bill's lobbyist. he was the republican party's credit card to pave his halfway and lived it up in las vegas. he says he had used the wrong credit card. but he had used the same republican party card for six flights between miami and tallahassee. nicole: marco rubio criticizing from inert rally last night. >> when i am president of the united states, i running for president now who says he is not thick inside between israel and its enemies.
i am taking sides. >> michigan and louisiana holding primaries
today with 166 delegates up for grabs. former secretary of state hillary clinton and vermont senator bernie sanders faced off in a town hall event yesterday. it was hosted by bret baier. >> i have said it wasn't the best choice to use of personal e-mail. it was unmistakable. i am not alone in that. nothing i said was marked classified or was i received was marked classified. >> not just the we have 29 million people without health insurance, we have many more underin short and we are getting ripped off by the pharmaceutical industry. we are charging higher prices in the world. >> i want debt free tuition. you will never have to borrow money to attend a public college or university. the money that you will need will be provided if you cannot
afford to go to college. >> no candidate in this race has talked more about party that i have. >> if there and not in that intervention to go after gaddafi we would be looking at something much more resembling syriac than what we than what we face in libya. >> clinton currently has 1,130 delegates. sanders has 499. 2400 delegates are needed to win the democratic nomination. new york city mayor michael bloomberg decides not to jump in the 2016 race for the white house. the billionaire businessman rights, quote, when i attended a it is clear that if i entered the race i could not win. he had been considering a run as an independent and bloomberg talked about donald trump, riding the gop front runner, quote, appeals to our worst
impulses. >> the country would never pay for the ball trump plans to build along the border, he links trump's rhetoric to that of hitler and mussolini. former mexican president fox and calderon recently compared trump to hitler as well. lauren: a federal judge was after release in order that apple did not have to extract data from a drug dealer's iphone. that was decided by apple any legal fight over an i phone used by one of the shooters in the san bernardino terror attacks. this is seen as pivotal in the dispute between the federal government and silicon valley on issues of privacy vs. security. both sides are preparing for the possibility for legal questions eventually to reach the supreme court. >> u.s. airplanes conducting
strikes in somalia over the weekend. the pentagon says the target of the strikes was al shabaab training camp in central somalia. the strikes killed 150 suspected fighters. administrators spokesman josh ernest says the strike prevented future attacks. >> the fighters who were scheduled to depart the campos and imminent threat to u.s. and african union forces in somalia. their removal, the removal of those terrorists fight is degrades al shabaab's idea to recruit members, establish bases and plan at tax. nicole: the air strikes were struck by a man and unmanned aircraft. lauren: seven families in flint, mich. are suing governor rick snyder and other state officials over the city's water crisis alleging the officials failed to take measures to protect the city's drinking water and downplayed the severity of the lead contamination.
the number of lawsuits over contaminated water is growing. at least a dozen suits have been filed in federal, state. nicole: a commuter rain the train derailed late yesterday in northern california. one of the cars tumbled into a creek. alan bean nick county sheriff's department spokesman sergeant j.d. nelson said 14 people were injured. >> one train overturned. it has gone into the water. we have no fatalities. nicole: injuries were serious but not life-threatening. lauren: getting caught on global market action starting in a joy, stocks mostly lower with the
exception of china, china was a 0.14 present the 3/4% decline in japan especially. nicole: we will keep an eye on europe. let's turn to the three boards for european markets, looking at the dax, a lot of down arrows in europe, the dax is the german index down one.5%. france's cac quarante down 1.5% and the ftse in london down 1%. lauren: kabul five days of gains for the dow they are down. the dow was down 126 points, s&p down 16, nasdaq down 45 this morning. nicole: commodities running up, oil is up $0.10, another 5% yesterday, pulling back just $0.27, $37.63 a barrel, gold is up $12. lauren: this is how the dollar is trading, strained for the euro and japanese yen prices the u.s. dollar. nicole: a ten year treasury
yield looking at 1.85%. bad news for general motors and ford. the automakers saw their sales decline last month compared to last year, sales down 9% for each and the decline follows a string of monthly gains with the february fallout is seen as an indicator that the market for new cars in china might be falling victim to china at slowing economy. >> there may be an acquisition target because investors are losing faith, sources at this company tell fox business's charlie gasparino that the company may seek a deal with an outside suitor that would set of a succession issue and give a boost to the company's sagging stock which is down 27% in the past year. rumors of a potential sale to wells fargo drove dave: stock up 1%, fargo denies reports. and max said it would not
comment on rumors. american express co's officials say it is on thin ice and could be removed as the ceo. his efforts to revive the company have fallen flat. lauren: looking at the wall street journal, exports tumbled amid broad slowdowns, josh's exports registered their biggest drop in five years as weak global demand undercuts' growth in the world's second-biggest economy. junk bond rebound signals easing fear, the riskiest part of u.s. corporate bond saving a come back marking an upswing in investor complex following a turbulent start to the year and more street games turn to financial crimes. experts say games and getting into crimes like check fraud and identity theft because they are more lucrative, harder to be attacked and carry lighter prison sentences.
nicole: errant andrews with a lawsuit against the stalker and hotel where a secretly reported nude video was shot. we will tell you what the jury found. denver broncos quarterback peyton manning ride off into the sunset. >> you don't have to wonder if i will miss it. absolutely, absolutely i will. nicole: we will have sports highlights, checking stock market futures, dow futures down 116, s&p futures down 15. you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: five digit gains pulling back, dow futures down 150 points, s&p down 15. nicole: let's look at oil prices rising another 5% yesterday recommending that a little bit, $0.23, $37.67, up $12 to 1275 of troy ounce. nicole: let's look at the latest from the world of sports, peyton manning got a little emotional at his news conference yesterday as he said goodbye to playing football.
>> i have thought a good fight, finished my football race but after a 18 years, it is time. god bless all of you and god bless football. nicole: peyton manning is unsure when he will do next but he will spend time with his family and figure it hot. maria schiarapova had an announcement yesterday, no, she did not retire. >> i received a letter i had failed a drug test and take full responsibility for it. nicole: she was on a drug for numerous health issues. she had been taking it legally for the past ten years but it became illegal due to a rule change this year. she will be provisionally suspended starting march 12th as an investigation begins and 90 put a hold on their ties with the tennis star until the
results of the investigation are found. according to reports marco mary is being traded to the tennessee titans and the move will be announced wednesday. mary currently has four years left on a 5-year, $45 million contract. reports stated deal is likely to be reworked. no word on what the tie-ins have to give up to get him. lauren: a jury has awarded air enters $55 million in her lawsuit against us stalker who recorded her naked international hotel room. the jury found an end hotel partner and former operator all share the blame. and cruise's attorney praised andrews for her courage. >> aaron andrews has shown phenomenal courage in standing up for security, safety and privacy. she is a true american hero.
nicole: the final push is on for gop votes in michigan, mississippi, hawaii and idaho, a last-minute bid for millennial voters. hillary clinton a surprising alternative to bernie sanders's free tuition plan at fox news's town hall event. >> i want debt free tuition. you will never have to borrow money to attend a public college or university. nicole: the justice department reverses a ruling to order apple to help extract data from iphones, the latest on that developing story. stock-index futures, down arrows across the board, dow futures down 118, s&p down aging, you are watching "fbn a.m.," a first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: last-minute push for votes in michigan, mississippi, idaho and hawaii, 150 delegates at stake for the republicans, 166 for democrats. i am nicole petallides, bernie sanders and hillary clinton square off in a fox news town hall event, clinton dropping a surprising alternative to bernie sanders's free tuition plan. lauren: stocks a rally live for the dow, five days straight, stock market futures, dow futures down 134 points, nasdaq futures down 47. nicole: more gloomy news out of china as exports fell the most
in seven years and stocks did eat out a game with the shanghai composite index up 0.14%. stocks in japan fell 3-quarters of 1%. nicole: let's check out crude-oil prices. lauren: it is the above 3 quarters of 1%. nicole: a justice department pushes a federal judge to overturn a ruling and force apple to unlock that i've shown of a drug dealer. we will have the latest on that story. lauren: peyton manning makes it official, he hangs up his cleats and maria schiarapova dropped a shock for about a positive drug test. nicole: it is tuesday, march, welcome to "fbn a.m.". your first look at what is moving in today's markets, latest breaking news. we can get off with breaking news this morning. candidates making their final push for votes in today's contest in four state, michigan, mississippi, idaho and hawaii,
150 delegates are available today. ohio governor john kasich and texas senator ted cruz trying to demonstrate their regional appeal in michigan and texas. front runner donald trump was on sean hannity last night talking about it huge voter turnout among republicans. >> people coming out to vote are up 50%, 70%. it is massive. 100%. i will take full credit for that. this is such a great thing for the republican party. nicole: stay with fox business special coverage of today's caucuses and primaries at 7:00 p.m. eastern on the fox business network. adam: to donald from launching a new television attack on marco rubio, this comes ahead of the crucial
march 15th primary in the senator's home state. >> as a legislator he flipped on a key vote after making a quick
$200,000 from selling his house to the mother of the bill's lobbyist. he was the republican party's credit card to paved his driveway and lived it up in las vegas. he had used the wrong credit card but he had used the same republican party cards for six flights between miami and tallahassee. nicole: marco rubio criticizing donald trump during a rally in florida last night. >> when i am president of the united states, there's a guy running for president who says he is not taking sides between israel and its enemies. i am picking sides. i am picking sides. we are going to be on israel's side. nicole: florida at is a winner-take-all
state. 99 delegates up for grabs on this one. lauren: michigan and louisiana are holding primaries today with 166 delegates up for grabs.
former secretary of state hillary clinton and bernie sanders faced off in a town hall yesterday a that was hosted by fox news's bret baier. >> i have said it wasn't the best choice to use a personal e-mail, it was a mistake. however i am not alone in that. nothing i ascent was marked classified or that i received was mark classified. >> 29 million people without health insurance, many more are underinsured and we are getting ripped off big time by the pharmaceutical industry who are charging higher prices. >> i would get free tuition, you will never have to borrow money to attend a public college or university. the money you will need will be provided if you cannot afford to go to college. >> there is no candidate in this race who has talked more about poverty that i have. >> if there and not in the intervention to go after gaddafi we would be looking at something
much more resembling syria now than what we face in libya. >> what i did not vote for was the bailout of wall street. >> clinton has 1,030 delegates, sanders has 499, about 2400 are needed to win the democratic nomination. lauren: michael bloomberg decides not to jump into this 2016 right house race. in an open letter the billionaire businessman wrote, quote, when i look at the date is clear that if i entered the race i could not win. he had been considering a run as an independent since january and bloomberg also talked about donald trump saying the gop front runner, quote, appeals to our worst impulses. "cavuto coast to coast" to a federal judge was asked to reverse an earlier order that apple did not have to extract data from a drug dealer's iphone. that decision was cited by apple
in a legal fight, is a fight over the issues of privacy vs. security, above are preparing a possibility these legal questions eventually will reach the supreme court. nicole: we have to give you caught on global market action, chinese exports were weaker than expected. we do see right now the shanghai composite index had a gain of 0.1%. the nikkei dropped 3-quarters of 1% and the hang seng and cause the lower. >> the ftse london is down by 62 points or 1%, the cac in paris by 75 points, the dax in germany down 150 points. nicole: let's look at u.s. stock-index futures, after five days of gains down 130 points on futures for the dow and it is
looking up 17. lauren: oil hit $30 a barrel trending down $0.29, $37.61, gold up $12.76 and balance. nicole: let's look in your tuesday forecast. good morning, maria molina. >> we're tracking weather across the nation especially across parts of the southwestern u.s. we have showers right now and snow showers across places like new mexico into parts of arizona but meanwhile in the southern plains we have this area of low pressure and bringing in a lot of moisture and potential for severe weather in texas and into oklahoma. we have a concern today not only for damaging winds and large hail from these forms but also possible tornadoes including cities like dallas, oklahoma city and farther south into houston and san antonio, heavy rain forecast over the next couple days, louisiana, arkansas
and missouri so we have a flood potential out there and a number of watches issued because of that concern. otherwise across the eastern u.s. very mild, spring fever out here. look at these forecast highs, 70s in louisville and charleston and washington d.c. a high of 75 degrees today making it into the middle 60s in new york city. nicole: thank you very much. coming up if you are afraid of writing roller-coaster as you might stay away from this one. six flags and samsung teaming up for a virtual reality coaster we will tell you about and bmw unveiling self driving car for the next century, check out this futuristic concept. checking u.s. stock-index futures, they are down, dow futures down 123 points, as indeed down 16, and as they giving up 43. it is 5:thirty on wall street, you are watching "fbn a.m.," a first look at morning markets and breaking news.
lauren: welcome back. after five days of five days of gains for the dow and s&p, pulling back 127 points and s&p futures than 16, nasdaq up 45 points this morning. nicole: we've seen a run-up in commodities. right now looking at oil pulling back just 35 cents am still holding $37 mark. $37.55 a barrel. 1275 at troy ounce. lauren: six flags and samsung are teaming up to take virtual reality to the next level. the headsets are being used in nine different six flags parks for north america's first virtual reality roller coaster. you will be able to wear that out while on his rights to
experience and interact with the incredibly realistic 360-degree virtual reality world. various coasters will debut as soon as this week in parks across the country as well as canada. train to my children like a great adventure and make me go in the biggest roller coaster ride and make me sit in the front seat and i'm fine with that. bmws new concept car is futuristic to say the least. addition next 100 is a lecturer is self driving emissions free sports car with high-tech gadgets galore. there are two different notes in the car. boost mode and user mode as the driver you are able to control the car in this mode are you also have a digital companion that contains a 360-degree radar that warns you obstacles in your windshield lets you relax as the artificial intelligence takes over the wheel. bmw says the car wealthy made from plastic and carbon fire instead of steel.
lauren: wow, plastic. the final push is on for gop vote. and a last-minute bid for millennial voters, hillary clinton trapping a surprising alternative to brittany sanders free college tuition plan at a fox news town hall event. >> i want their free tuition. you'll never have to burn money to attend a public college or university. lauren: the justice department pushes a federal judge in your to reverse a ruling and help extract data from an iphone. the latest on the developing story. right now the dow was down 128 and nasdaq futures 1046. you are watching "fbn:am" this morning. your first look at morning markets and breaking news. we will be right back. ♪
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tuition plan. we'll tell you about it. nicole: is to escape the rat lab at the 67-point game for the dow jones industrial average. stock market futures pointed to a lower open. s&p futures 1016. lauren: in a share, more gloomy nisus exports all the most in seven years. stocks did eke out again. shanghai composite index up 1.4% at the hang seng in the nikkei down three quarters of 1%. nicole: after gaining 5.5% yesterday, let's check it out right this second pier $37.51 a barrel down 1% boost in 39 cents. transfer the justice department pushes a federal judge to overturn a ruling in force to him that the of a drug dealer. we will have the latest on the story. nicole: very emotional here, peyton manning hangs up his cleats. nourish your opponent drops a shocker but it possible drug sentence.
lauren: 5:40 a.m. welcome to "fbn:am" for your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. train to republican presidential candidates make their final push for today's contest in four states. michigan, mississippi, idaho and hawaii. in total 150 delegates available today. ohio governor john kasich and texas senator ted cruz trying to demonstrate the regional appeal in michigan and texas. donald trump last night talking about his conservatism. >> i don't like labels necessarily because the label doesn't mean very much. when it comes to be conservative, i happen to be conservative. i'm very so-called conservative on the military. i want to build up our military is totally depleted. nobody more conservative when it comes to trade than i am.
nicole: stay with fox news for caucuses and primaries for special coverage tonight starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern time here in the fox business network. lauren: donald trump launching a tv attack trademark rubio has become of the
primary and the senator's home state. >> as a legislator, he flipped in tivo after making a quick $200,000 from selling his house to the mother of the bills lobbyists. he used the republican party's credit card to pay this driveway and to give it las vegas. when he got caught, he said he used the wrong credit card. but he had used the same republican party card for six flights between miami and tallahassee. lauren: that is an attack ad. marco rubio strongly criticizing donald trump during a rally last night. >> when a president of the united states because there is a guy who says he's not taking sides between israel and its enemies. i am picking sides.
we are going to be in israel's side. [cheers and applause] lauren: florida is a winner take all say with 99 delegates up for grabs. we are looking up to states, michigan and louisiana
holding primaries today with 166 delegates up for grabs. former secretary of state hillary clinton, vermont senator bernie sanders faced off in the town hall event yesterday hosted by fox news great bear. >> i have said it was in the best choice to use a personal e-mail. it was a mistake. however, i am not alone in that. nothing i said was marked classified for that i received was marked classified. >> with 29 million people without health insurance. we have many more underinsured and we are getting ripped off big time by the pharmaceutical industry who are charging us the highest prices in the world.
>> i want their free tuition. you'll never have to burn money to attend a public college or university. the money you will need will be provided if you cannot afford to go to college. >> there is no candidate in this race who is told more about poverty than i am. >> if there had not been the intervention to go after gadhafi, would look at something more resembling syria now than what we face and libya. >> what i did not vote for her was the bailout of wall street. [applause] nicole: hillary clinton currently has 1130 delegates while sanders has 499. 2400 delegates are needed to win the democratic nomination. lauren: former new york city mayor michael bloomberg decides not to jump in the race. the billionaire businessman broke when i look at the data, it is clear that if i entered the race i could not win. he's been considering a run and
in that letter, bloomberg also talked about donald trump saying the gop front runner appeals to our worst impulses. tree into the justice department has asked a federal judge in new york to reverse an earlier order that apple did not have to extract data from a nicole: is iphone. the decision was quickly cited in a legal fight in the terror attack. the brooklyn case is a pivotal point between the federal government. both sides are preparing for the possibility, the legal questions eventually will reach the supreme court. lauren: goldman says a rally in commodities will decline as much as 20% over the next year. an analyst says any increase will prompt more and that will
make it difficult for any advances to last. they will accept gold and oil will fluctuate between $20.40 a barrel. a good time to make copper and aluminum would decline. by the way, iron or search the most ever yesterday after chinese policymakers signaled their willingness to boost china's economic growth. nicole: let's get caught up in the global market action overnight. the shanghai composite index in china up one 10th of 1%. nikkei in japan by three quarters 1% and the hang seng and possibly lower. lauren: in europe or the south. but ftse is down 55 points ftse is down 55 points come to see ac 1070 and the dax and germany down 133 points. nicole: u.s. stock market futures are down 114. s&p futures down over 14 right now. dow futures than 150 points?
i want to make sure i got the correct. this after five days again. lauren lauren: oil is down 37 cents. gold up $11 to 12.74 not. nicole: coming up from a sports reporter and tv host erin andrews wins big in the lawsuit against a stalker in a hotel were secretly recorded music video shot of her. we will tell you what the jury found. tennis star maria shara popa out with shocking news about a positive drug test. >> out of one to end my career this way and i really hope that i will be given another chance to play this game. nicole: will have all the sports highlights for you. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at money markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: welcome back. a future selling off 115 points. the decline of two thirds of 1%. nasdaq futures down 1% or 40 points. nicole: checking out key commodities watching oil this morning pulling back or to 3 cents currently at $37.57 a barrel as gold gains over $10 at $12.75 a troy ounce. lauren: a look at the world for its boys. peyton manning got a little emotional yesterday as he said i to playing football. >> well, i fought the good fight. i finished my football racing after 18 years, it is time. god bless all of you and god
bless football. lauren: mammon is unsure of what he will do next, but he will certainly spend time with family while he figures it out. maria sharapova had an announcement yesterday she did not retire. >> i received a letter from the atf that i had failed a drug test at the history about them. i did fail the test and i take full responsibility for it. lauren: sharapova had been taking it legally for the last decade, but if it became illegal to tour will change this year. sharapova will be provisionally suspended march 12th as begins. nike has put a hold on its ties with the tennis star until the results of the investigation. the warriors have broken yet another record with their win last night at home against the land of magic one night-113. golden state has won an nba
record 45 in the road. south korea led the way with 41 points and he made his 300th three-pointer of the season on the 28th a juggler. nicole: a jury awarded erin andrews $55 million yesterday in her lawsuit against a stalker who secretly recorded her in her hotel room. the jury found that the west end hotel partners and former operator of windsor capital group and the stalker all share in the blame. andrew's attorney bruce he praised andrews for her courage. >> erin andrews has shown phenomenal courage in standing up for security, safety and privacy. she is a true american hero. nicole: the jury reached its verdict after a full day of deliberation. nicole: before you head out the door, looking a forecast.
fox meteorologist maria molina joining us now. reporter: good morning. we are tracking and storms across parts of the southern plains. we are talking possible severe weather they drawn to today by some damaging winds and some large hail from storms. the other concern of possible tornadoes in place across places like oklahoma and also in texas. heads up if you live in dallas and waco also in san antonio you could be seen whether they drawn today. otherwise, flash flooding will be a concern over the next couple days from eastern texas and arkansas and parts of missouri. we are expecting as much as a foot as a foot of rain fell out here. very had to rain in the forecast. a number of watches have been issued. temperatures across parts of the midwest. 64 degrees could be the forecast temperature in new york city. 60s as well in chicago and also cleveland and the mild
weather continues into wednesday. midweek very warm out here with temperatures forecast to reach 70s yet again across many areas. nicole: i've got to get my sunglasses peers 74 degrees in new york here that is awesome. thank you. coming up, rent on the global market action. scenes and down arrows before we head over to "mornings with maria." stay with us. dow futures down 100 team now you stay with us. we will be right back. ♪
maria: let's look at the asian markets could be on the up arrow and china was up one 10th of 1%. in hong kong the hang seng pullback three quarters of 1%. in japan the nikkei up recorders 1% and south korea kospi dowd a half of 1%. let's turn it over. chinese experts bigger than expected. let's take a look at european markets. germany down 1.5% for the dax and industrial production with good news there. in france, cac demo .5% and the ftse down .9%. in london still talking about the british exit very much front and center. right here at home after five days of gains, dow futures looking down 121. s&p looking down 16 per futures.
ran it to commodities, oil at the highest level of the year. pulling back 35 cents and gold is having $11. we will turn a ride over to "mornings with maria." good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: hi, everybody. i am maria bartiromo. it is tuesday, march 8th. with me, and dagen mcdowell and "the wall street journal"'s john helsing rocks. former state that paragraphs today. republican front runner facing some key steps in michigan and eight. sharp made a last-minute appeal on hannity last night, where republicans should vote for him. >> i don't like labels necessarily because the label doesn't mean very much. when it comes to be conservative, i happen to be conservative. i'm very, very so-called conservative on the military. i want a strong military.
our military is totally depleted. nobody is more conservative when it comes to trade than i am. maria: will hit much closer to the republican nomination and the marco rubio be forced to drop out. we are taking a close look good bernie sanders and hillary clinton fresh out the facts clinton fresh off the fox news town hall last night. we will take you there, coming up live from michael bloomberg admin via et cetera before he began. by running for the white house is a risk he will not take. breaking overnight, a commuter train derailed into a creek in california. hundreds of people on board, but only 14 people injured. we've got details. a huge payout for erin andrews and her lawsuit over a secretly recorded at a hotel. details on the settlement coming out. fresh market today, concerns about chinese exports down better than 25% last month. the latest sign is the slowdown