that's it for us tonight. we hope you will join us tomorrow evening. we promise to make it worth your trend do breaking news this morning. despite $9 million at the candidate come the democrats alternate teahouse tristan florida with the gop runoff in june. we will have that story and reaction. good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. >> ironman for nicole petallides. mark zuckerberg makes his first comments and says his is responsible for holding on the site. but can they do it? lauren: investors pull back from i.t. investments and in the dow down 113 points led lower by the
bank in the health care is that mimic goldman sachs and johnson & johnson. taking a look at market features come at dow futures higher by 22 nasdaq of 12. lauren: japanese stocks edged slightly higher while the shanghai composite of eight tenths of 1%. lauren: verizon ceo open to making a deal with giants like disney or comcast. reporting the changing regulatory environment could lead to a flood of telecom mergers. we will have the latest. lauren: in sports, and the hockey playoffs the new york rangers medical to reconnect the series. >> wednesday come hump day, welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. good to see you. lea: breaking news. the special congressional election headed to event off. democrat john semple and fell short. republican karen handel finished
second. the runoff is scheduled for june 20th now. >> we are changing the world and your voice is are going to ring out across this date and across this country. we will be ready to fight on and winning. lea: the house he was vacated when tom price became the secretary of health and humans services and the district has been a republican stronghold for decades. president trump tweeting despite major outside money, fake media support and 11 republican candidate, big car wins the noff in georgia. reaction from fox contributor rials can post duffy in a few minutes. lauren: an executive order for the hiv visa program. the president say in the current system allows american workers
to replace at foreign workers to fill the same jobs for less pay. the u.s. government issues 85,000 visas every year. >> right now, h1b are awarded a totally random fashion. they should be given to the most skilled and highest-paid applicants and should never be used to replace americans. lauren: to buy american, higher american reporter seeks american products be used in construction products. lea: a man is under arrest after police say he went on a shooting spree in fresno, california. corey ali mohammed is black and killed three other men he targeted for being white. >> we do not believe based on the information we have today that this is the terrorist related crime.
based on the information we have been provided in our investigation has shown is that this is solely based on race. lea: according to police, mohammed said he decided to kill people as cops identified him as a suspect in a suspect domestic scale shooting at a security guard at motel six. he wanted to kill as many people as possible. he faces four counts of murder. lauren: nationwide manhunt wanted in the retiree over 70 federal grandfather and posted a video of the crime on facebook. the manhunt is over. steve ephen ot andilled himself yesterday i made a 48 hour search that shocked the nation. it happened following a police chase after that don't simply recognize stevens has his placing an order. the employee called 9-1-1. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg speaking for the very first time about the strategy.
facebook is responsible for halting violent content. >> our hearts go out to family and friends of robert godwin senior. we have a lot of work in lieu of keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this from happening. lauren: what can they do? the cleveland murder video stayed up for about two hours before facebook took it down. joining us now to talk about the shooting and also the facebook killer cases fox news contributor and d.c. homicide detective rod wheeler. nice to see you. let's start with fresno, first. on that shouted a lawful authority. they say shootings had nothing to do with terrorism in their hate crimes they'd can you explain why it matters? rs because joyce went to find out the motivation behind this individual's actions.
in my opinion it's obviously a hate crime because mr. mohammed specifically targeted white males and not only did he holler that out at the time he committed the crimes that he posted several face the postings of the prior to the shooting yesterday talking about his dislike for white males and how he wanted there to be a race riot in the united states between african-american and white. >> have to step in because you product the next point. he posted on facebook and social media, what job is that for the social media companies to see it ahead of the time and do something about it. >> right. that's an excellent question. it is very difficult i aimed for social media, whether face poker instant graham or any sites to quickly and fight these once they postings. what i suggested would've been suggesting is that there is a delay if it came to 20 minutes before the information had the wires, is actually posted to
look at what happened in cleveland, ohio. this is a live stream of a murder. why did that to happen. if they would've just deleted about 15 minutes, then it wouldn't have gotten out there. true to their reports from police and was posted so we are still waiting for more on that. let's talk about facebook because facebook ceo mark zuckerberg said the ceo is responsible for halting violent content on the site. the 2 billion users, can facebook in the monitoring data from your head? >> from what i understand and research in the past couple days come at your algorithms they can put into their system to quickly identify these things. even with those algorithms, it's not real-time. there is still at the live. whether we have the ability to do that, i don't know. at the same time, we need to figure out a way to prevent this
from happening. we are seeing more and more cases like this. this is the first case of the guy in cleveland. we've seen several cases like this, so we must find a way to put the clamp it down. train to copycat criminals as well. they start to use artificial intelligence to identify and got this violent or extremist content. can you give me a perspective on how the police are working with facebook? >> the viewers will find interesting we actually have liaisons to the social media organizations. we didn'have that in the past, but now we do. we have individuals that work day by day and day in and day out with social media and companies like facebook to quickly and readily identify any threats or anything like that. using social media has always been a platform for terrorists. but we are trying to do now is
not only expand that by looking at terrorist organizations but domestic criminals as well. we are trying hard to figure out how we can better identify these people and identify them fast. trade to make it such a good point about terrorists using social media. rob wheeler, former d.c. homicide detective. we appreciate that insight. lauren: former president george h.w. bush in the hospital again. a spokesperson for the 41st president united states said he was admitted to use in hospital on friday due to a persistent cough that prevented him from getting rest. the former president had a mild case of pneumonia. bush is over the pneumonia now it is been held for observation. we wish them well. thoughts and prayers are with them. lea: here's a look at asia. make in japan higher fractionally. honks on lower by four tenths of 1%. china larp eight tenths of 1% in
the costs are lower by one half of 1%. lauren: stocks in europe had a tough time. the cac f9, but see it monday down five points today. lea: taking a look at u.s. a future state data features higher by 22, s&p higher by. lauren: oil this morning is trading at $52.47 a barrel, up a nickel. lea: horizon ceo turned some heads with merger talk yesterday. lola mcadam said verizon would be on to tal with comcast or disney or cbs. comcast says would help her right to build a fiber-optic network to handle video streaming of five g technology. also said he would listen to proposals from disney and cbs have offered. all three stocks closed higher yesterday. charlie gasparino has reported that mergers could flood the
market because of changing regulatory environment. lauren: is turning seasons and ibm is one of the stocks to watch this morning. shares plummeting after the latest quarterly revenue came in slightly below the estimate. profit fell 13% from year ago despite gains from ibm's what can artificial intelligence business. earnings from another bank before the bell today. morgan stanley to report sharply higher earnings and revenue from a year ago helped by healthy bond trading business and lower cost overall. american express reported in its latest numbers "after the bell." analysts look for lower results. facing stiff competition from rivals including jpmorgan chase as well as citigroup. lea: democrats falter in their bid to replace republicans from georgia even with $9 billion from outside the state. >> at the wealthier, better educated district where they did
not do a spell is made romney did. intellectually, ideologically is perfect for trying and terms of where people stand. lea: will have what is next in georgia. new music being released from the legendary performer prints. we will have some of that for you. let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow futures higher by 22, s&p higher by. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. stay with us. ♪ hit the road jack and don't you come back no more, no more, nola more ♪ hit the road jack and don't you come back no moreti ♪ and always working to be better.
>> at 5:15 a.m. in new york or the skagit conifer that's happening now. the sixth congressional district to produce a winner. first in the run-up between democrat john ossoff and secretary of state karen handel. ossoff current 40% of the vote falling short of the navy contributed sugar victory. tom price resigned to become trumps health and services secretary. former president george h.w. bush is back in the hospital. i spent in cities and methodist hospital in houston since friday because of a recurrence of pneumonia.
the former president has been treated successfully but he'll remain in the hospital for observation. verizon ceo sparking a wave of merger speculation. verizon would be packed with comcast and the walt disney or cvs. here's a look at u.s. stock futures higher by 26. nasdaq futures higher by 12 by massive happening now. lauren: after gaining significant national attention, georgia special congressional election headed to a run-up. joining to talk about the results, fox news contributor rachel campos duffy. good to see you. bright and early. democrats are $9 million into this race but it still has to go run off election in june. what do you expect then? >> for the runoff comes from a marvelous cast for republicans can find out for other republican candidates and there were quite a few of them.
i think as the republicans win. this is a little bit of a tea leaf reading. once the deal is obamacare. they are going to have a lot of trouble come midterm election. there's something to be read here. on the other hand, everything -- the democrats do everything they had, everything in the kitchen sink at $9 million. i would say that, you know, he shows a lot of anger on their part and energy in the car but it wasn't enough. lea: a lot of political observers say this is a referendum on donald trump. they were hoping someone would just win. do you see it that way? >> yeah, i think the reason the democrats got the outside money is because of donald trump. i think that in the end comes
the runoff. local elections -- local sentiment and not just donald trump were going to play. clearly the energy in the democrat side was to send a message to donald trump and they fell short. >> are local elections in the better question, special elections to be good indicators of political climate? >> not generally i would say. donald trump is such an unusual figure. "-begin-quote we see: last on the democrat side about donald trump is also unusually high. you are lucky not a special election that have a lot of meetings for democrat, but come the runoff i think the republicans will pull this off. trade to the president's activities during this campaign. but impact do you think that happened but impact do you think he has some elections like this?
>> i don't think it has much impact because he came into the good if he had wanted to have an impact on that boat which would have had a tremendous impact on the moment, this agenda, he should have been in those districts where the numbers were fighng against them and frankly he's allowed by popular than they are. he should've done it earlier. i'm hoping he learns from the election that he just got by -- skin of the city. skin of his teeth. i think he's learning a lot about washington and how irks. >> maybe he will. fox news contributor rachel campos duffy. coming up, chicago bulls put a number one in the nokia playoff,
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intended series at two games apiece. in baseball, working on a no-hitter, six away from the no-no, but manager don mattingly tells him he's done for the night afterward under pictures. denied the chance to make history. brad sigler gives jerry dey said to ground out very to an innings preserving the no-hitter. 19 and kyl on the mound. mitch can occur to the center. marlins lose the no-hitter but win the game. lauren: april showers bring may flowers. i think we are getting a lot of showers today. public anger wednesday morning forecast with meteorologist saturday. good to see you. >> you're absolutely right.
new york city is a wake up this morning. yesterday amid city yesterday ms. city's director of 46 degrees. b.c. wal-mart are probably not further to the last great battle is supporting chirac committee. a couple areas i want to point out. from atlantis stretching up into bali, further to the north running towards washington d.c. areas for receiving threat the morning hours further to the west. this is the system i want to pay attention to. heavy rain running towards the chicagoland area in the midwest and this is a spot will be watching. a severe weather threat through tonight. strong winds, heavy rains and maybe even isolated tornado or two. lauren: adam klotz, thank you. lea: come in after republicans watch while president trump science in order to buy american. >> this historic action declares that the policy of our government is to aggressively promote and use american-made
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lea: lauren: breaking news this morning. despite for $9 million from a democrat and a democrat to make a church with the gop forcing a runoff in june. we'll have that story and reaction to it. good morning, everybody. i'm lauren simonetti. lea: i am lea gabrielle and for nicole petallides. the face to kill her and given is responsible for halting violent content but can they do it? we'll take a look. lauren: investors pulled back from the dow down 113 points led lower by bank and health care stocks. the kinetic futures this morning trying to combat.
dow futures higher by 27, s&p futures up six points. lea: japanese stocks edged slightly higher will develop at a 10th of 1%. lauren: verizon ceo is open to make you to do with giants like disney or comcast. charlie gasparino has been reporting the changing regulatory requirement that the two reporters. train to chicago bulls but the number one seed in it today zero hold that the new york rangers smothered the montréal canadiens to montréal canadiens to the not that serious. by 31:00 a.m. in europe it is is wednesday, april 19th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. this morning of the church a special congressional election is headed to a run off. democrat john ossoff fell short of the majority needed to win outright. republican karen handel, former secretary of state finish second place to have enough election is
is scheduled for june 28th. >> we are changing the world. and your voice is are going to ring out across the state and acrosss country. we will be ready to fight on and win in june. lea: the house was the house was vacated when tom price became health and human services. the republican stronghold for decades good president tweeting despite major outside media money come in 11 republican candidate, and runoff in church. glad to be of help. trying to join us not talk about the church election is rachel campos duffy. we will see you. >> good morning to you guys. lauren: the republican vote was split among 11 different candidates. is this an easy contest for the gop to win?
>> i don't know if i would say d.c., but i think they will win. the republican candidates will call a around the republican with the most to last night. i just don't see mr. ossoff getting any more of the linearity has. he pretty much knocks himself out there last night. it's a republican district. they are going to coalesce around republicans for the most part and i think she's going to win. lea: effect tonight i thought some karen handel. she lost a 2010 race for governor and she also was accused of overspending as a county commissioner. what are your thoughts on this candidate? >> again, she's a republican. it's georgia, a district newt gingrich outcome of tom price of. i think she's going to win. he was raised there that doesn't live there right now.
they've been effective in using that against them as well. he's got all this outside money. just one other point that's important to make it a lot of protest of anger, energy doesn't conflate those. coming to you right now out of wisconsin. we saw here a lot of energy, a lot of anger, a lot of protest during the scout walker recalls. the average american doesn't like it and scout walker ended up winning higher vote total in the recall than he did in the original election. others outside money, hollywood attention, foaming at the mouth anger is not going to translate. lauren: does serve as a wake-up call as we head into the midterms? imac of course it does. you're talking to the wife of a congressman who won in 2009. matt has been casted right after barack obama was selected mvp of
42 year incumbent democrat. anything can happen. i think if a republican and donald trump weighs in with economic optimism was he right now, and that continues. if there was a poll of health care and work on tax reform. when people have money in their pocket, when they feel good about their lives and that means they feel good economically, donald trump will win. lea: as you mention you are married in the congress or does this have republican congressman on recess breathing a sigh of relief right now? >> a little bit. some congressmen are in districts where hillary clinton won by 10 or 12 points. those people are not remain so while this morning. but i think that everybody else is saying the same, $8 billion, a lot of organization, a lot of outside money. a lot of a lot of celebrities and they couldn't pull it off. that feels pretty good.
lea: we will leave it there. fox news contributor rachel campos duffy. lea: president trumps an executive order during his visit to wisconsin, the president saying the current system allows american workers to be replaced by foreign workers to fill the same jobs for less pay. the u.s. government issues 85,000 h1b visas each year. >> h1b visas are awarded a total random lottery and that is turned. instead, they should be given to the most skilled and highest-paid applicants than they should never, ever be used to replace americans. lea: to buy american, higher american seeks to strengthen requirements that they've used in federal construction projects. lauren: and then is under arrest after police say he went on a shooting spree in downtown fresno, california.
39 corey mohammed who is black killed a security guard and three other men he targeted because they were way. >> we do not believe based on information today that this is a terrorist related crime. based on the information we have been provided and our investigation has showed us that this is solely based on race. lauren: he decided to kill white people after cops publicly identified him as a suspect in last week's fatal shooting of a security guard at a motel six. police say mohammed who also shouted a lock walk far wanted to kill as many people. lea: nationwide manhunt in posted a video of philip graham on facebook is over. 37-year-old steve stephan shot and killed himself yesterday, ending a 48 hour search they shocked the country. have been following a police
chase after the donaldson ayback in a statement as he was placed in a merger and called 9-1-1. mark zuckerberg speaking publicly for the first time about the tragedies that facebook is responsible for halting violent content. >> our hearts go out to the family and friends of robert godwin senior and we have a lot of work and will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this from happening. train to the cleveland murder video stayed up on the site for nearly two hours before his unit did reaction from former d.c. homicide detective rod wheeler. lauren: former president george h.w. bush hospitalized again. a spokesperson for the president said he was admitted to houston methodist hospital due to a persistent cough that prevented him from getting proper rest. a mild case of pneumonia. bush is over the pneumonia that is now being held for observation.
george h.w. bush 92 years old. he was hospitalized for 16 days back in january with pneumonia. lea: let's get you caught up in the global market action over an ip been making japan higher fractionally. hang seng in hong kong were there for 10 to 1% pay shanghai composite powered by a 10th of 1% in the coffee lover by by half of 1%. lauren: the ftse in london is now higher, just fractionally in jeopardy of wiping out its gains for the year. today there's a vote in parliament for lawmakers decide if they want to have the snap elections. if they go to have been, that would give prime minister teresa made more negotiating power in the british exits and the european union. the other markets, cac in paris at 16-point dxf 40. lea: weaker than expected fourth-quarter results yesterday. here's a look at u.s. teachers. dow futures higher by 36. the nasdaq higher by 17.
lauren: commodities are traded mixed. oil is up 19 cents at $52.60 a barrel. gold is down $11. trade to verizon ceo turns heads with merger talks yesterday. bryson of the up and attacks with, walt disney or cvs. comcast assets would help verizon build a fiber-optic network to handle the video streaming and ultrafast by gtech elegy. also said he would listen to proposals from disney and cbs. all three stocks closed higher yesterday. fox business is charlie gasparino has reported mergers could let the market because of the changing regulatory environment. >> shares plunging more than 5% after the company's latest quarterly revenue came in slightly below the estimate. profits fell 13% a year ago despite gains from ibm's artificial intelligence business. earnings from morgan stanley before the open today.
higher earnings per share and revenue from a year ago helped a healthy bond trading business in the works and does. american express reported after the close looking for lower result from the credit card company. stiff competition from rivals in putting jpmorgan chase and citigroup. >> democrats falter in their bid even after $9 million from outside the state. >> at the wealthier, better educated suburban district database for trump did not do as well as mitt romney did. intellectually, ideologically is perfect in terms of where people stand. lea: will have more on what is next in georgia. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg makes his first comments on the cleveland case the killer. we will ask fox news contributor and former d.c. homicide
lauren: good morning, everybody. 545 on the dot. the sixth congressional district to produce an outlet winner forcing a runoff between democrat john ossoff infirmary churches secretary of state karen handel. ossoff was sure. the run-up will succeed tom price of a resigned to become trumps health and human services secretary. former president george h.w. bush back in the hospital disowning. he's been methodist hospital in houston since friday because of a recurrence of pneumonia.
the former president has been treated successfully but will remain there for observation. verizon ceo sparking a wave of merger speculation. lowell mcadam said they would be open attacks at media giant comcast, disney or cvs. shares rose on the news yesterday that the broader market sharply lower aiming for a comeback. dow futures up 33 points. s&p futures upsetting. that's a look at what is happening now. a nationwide manhunt for the suspect wanted in the killing of a retiring greg other event, ohio is over. steve stephan shot and killed himself yesterday and in a 48 hour search they shocked the couny. joining us to talk about the case of stocks as contbutor and former homicide attack is rod wheeler. welcome back. as a form of a enforcement officer of what your take on the relationship with facebook and social media organizations and how they can work together.
>> many police departments have established social media within the department store unit within the departments to specifically work with organizations such as facebook announced a graham and announced a graham and other types of social media platforms. the reason we've done this is because we see an increase in the amount of rhetoric and video postings on things like facebook where people are talking about their crimes believe it or not before the crimes even occur. we look at this guy from cleveland, ohio the other day and it listed several video messages on facebook talking about his dislike for this wife and mother in other people like that. he actually talked about the killing before he did the killing. we have to find a way to quickly identify these individuals, get the information to the police so they can get involved. >> there are technology company, not a media company. we are looking at streaming video, faced the class, services from other come news.
are they a media company and should they think like that? >> absolutely. pot farms such as youtube, if you want to post something on youtube and its copyrighted wanted to let you know that right away. how come we can't use the same technology in facebook? if you look at this guy from fresno, california yesterday with his murderers, he talked about killing my people for the past several months. this is on facebook. that kind of information needs to be given to law enforcement right away. lea: how actively do police monitor social media? are they monitoring to the point ey can pick up on things that is? >> musculus departments to monitor social media but we can't monitor all social media. we need to rely heavily on the companies to forward the information to the police department. we just don't have the resources to monitor social media.
>> social media companies like to artificial intelligence to help them out. how do you think that will play out? >> hopefully will play out well. facebook has the financial wherewithal to make this happen. they need to focus their efforts and they could not have been, law enforcement and basically set up some kind of a delay before the flight streams are actually posted on their website. lea: thibodeaux post on post on facebook life, they can post on twitter, periscope, something else. thank you for your insight. d.c. homicide detective rod wheeler, we appreciate it. >> appreciated. lauren: the number one seeded celtics in a tune up and hold it in new york rangers smother the montréal montreal canadiens to even up the series. the same, new music firm prints. ♪
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