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lauren: breaking news this morning. protest turned valley as one person shot and wound and rocks at police. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> good morning, i'm adam shapiro in for north -- nicole petallides. also more storms may be on the way, we are going to have the details. lauren: on the campaign trail, donald trump to lay out plan to defeat isis.
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futures pointing to a higher open. nasdaq futures up 8 points. dow futures up 30. >> oil trading higher this morning. you can see that right there. lauren: rcn and grande communications for two and a quarter billion dollars. >> olympic lodcekey speaks about being held at gunpoint. chilling story. lauren: usain bolt still the fastest man in the world. three straight 100 gold medals. hello. >> hello to you. 5:01 on this monday august 15th, welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: thank you so much for joining us. at least one persond
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wounded at the second day of protest. >> i have, however, seen a still photo extracted from that. and that still photo demonstrates without question that he had a gun in his hand and i want our community to know that, that he had a gun in his hand. lauren: authorities say the officer in question is staying out of town. you can see the flames there. wisconsin governor scott walker has activated the state's national guard, the troops will not be deployed in milwaukee unless the city's police chief decides to do so.
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make sure to turn in to fox business for more on this. milwaukee country sheriff at varney&company. >> donald trump set to lay out plan to defeat isis later today. trump will deliver speech in ohio later this morning. this comes after trump criticized obama's military policies last week. >> isis is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. he's the founder of isis. isis. >> i think he's being sr. serious and making a point tt needs to be made that there's no question that the failed policies of president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton in the wider middle east
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created a vacuum within iraq and in which isis was able to arise. >> pence also said trump will offer and this is a quote, real specifics on how to make the country safer. lauren: vice president biden set to hold rally for hillary clinton in his hometown of pennsylvania. biden's office said he will declare donald trump the most uninformed presidential candidate in history. the remaining hurdle appears to rest in the justice department. fbi director james comey said investigators found three emails containing classified markings and clinton was extremely careless but he did not recommend criminal charges. >> we are going to turn our attention to the southern part of the country. at least five people are dead
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and thousands struggling recover after devastating floods in southern louisiana. 18,000 people have been rescued from homes in east baton rouge. >> i've never seen this. there's no words to describe what's going on. >> the federal government declared a major disaster in the state and forecast to say there's still a danger more flooding as swollen rivers train towards the golf of méxico. lauren: did you see the situation coming out of jfk? >> i saw the pictures. lauren: two terminals at jfk are open. resuming operations. scary moments last night. [shouting]
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>> sow me your hands! lauren: airport was given all schear after no evidence of gunfire. they did not discover any firearms or shell casings. >> more than 4,000 people have been evacuated from two northern california towns as wild fires destroyed at least ten homes. now those flames bushed buildings in downtown area of lower lake. the fire broke out saturday afternoon and grew to nearly 5 square miles. one home owner said it spread quickly. destroyed but a deadly wild fire nearly a year ago. lauren: conflicting statements
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from great britain to leave european union. britain could remain in the eu until late 2019. that's almost a year long e than expected. but prime minister theresa may have ordered to implement the exit and it's full steam ahead by getting out by early 2019. most of half voted in the referendum to leave the eu. >> let's take a look at global market and get you up to speed in asia nikkei was up slightly, close in south korea for a holiday, liberty day in south korea and, yeah, asia. lauren: this is how stocks are trading in the morning. july sales up 10% year over year, you have a quarter percent gains. the cac in paris and dax in germany. >> u.s. stock market futures, take a look at this. we are indicating possible open,
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might see if we get a bump on energy stocks in saudi arabia, talked about cutting oil production and raising the price of oil. oil is trading higher, isn't it? >> there's a middle east newspaper reporting that the supply talks among the opec members are actually happening. with that, crude is at 44.92. shy of $45 a barrel. it's up 1%. it's actually up 10% in the month of august. gold 13-point 4r5 an -- 13.45 an ounce. >> the dollar has been gaining ground with euro or losing -- or at least the pound versus dollar. i always get confused with versus. lauren: 1.51%. >> there's a deal to tell you about tpg has agree today buy
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rcn and grande money cases, the move is a demand for broadband service wills fuel growth in the business. provides cable phone in the east coast while grande offers services in texas. lauren: we always talk about potential merger. honey weapon well buying jda. would boost honeywell to software deal expected to be announced as early as today. >> elen mosk
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the cheers of spacex technicians. [cheers and applause] >> this is the eighth launch for spacex this year, a month after the last month. lauren: watching the launches gives me the chill, it really does. retail was the name of the game last week. retail sales were flat. these are the retailers reporting this week. home depot expecting to report second-quarter results, tomorrow before the opening bell. home depot as consumers fix homes, releases results on wednesday. lowe's also expected to report. eighth straight quarter of sales growth with store sales climbing 1 and a half percent and the second quarter. wal-mart is doing everything
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they can to battle amazon.com. >> yup. take a look at the headlines. google parent alphabet is thinking how to deliver connections in metro poll attended areas -- metropolitan. mma near a deal, the investment trust merger could be announced later today and nbc ratings for the rio olympics are falling behind london but the 2016 are still profitable despite being a smaller audience. lauren: are you watching the olympics? >> i'm not. lauren: i love it. i know a lot about you adam, i did not know that. coming up, while donald trump is getting votes to lead the nation, there's another republican campaign going on behind the scenes.
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>> perhaps you've been wondering what the next act will be for carly fiorina to be chairman of the republican committee. back after the break with the story. lauren: usain bolt, first olympian to win three straight 100-meter gold medals. coming up. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news ♪ there's a lot of places you never want to see "$7.95." [ beep ] but you'll be glad to see it here. fidelity -- where smarter vestors will always be.
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lauren: good morning, it's 5:15 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. governor activated national guard after secondrotest of milwaukee following fatal shooting by a police officerment one person shot and a police officer injured in the violent protest. both man shot and the officer who shot him were black. olympic swimmer and three other swimmers were robbed at gunpoint in rio tomorrow morning by men pretending to be police officers. one of the robbers cast a gun and put it to his head.
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massive floods swept across louisiana, helicopters delivered food. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures ahead of today's opening bell. dow futures higher by 32 points. s&p futures higher by 3. nasdaq futures up 9. continuing this record run for the nasdaq composite. that's a look at what's happening, adam. adam: thank you very much, lauren. while donald trump is trying to get enough votes to win the presidential election, there's another republican campaign going on behind the scenes to determine who will be the party chair. >> carly fiorina isn't commenting but multiple published reports and all observable phenomena suggest that former gop candidate has set her sight to the committee.
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intends to campaign for down ballot candidates all as the domain names for carly rnc.com were registered. fiorina served as running mate to texas ted cruz. other loyalists such former virginia general and utah senator struggled in vein last month to change rnc rules including an effort to strip the party chair of the power to choose rnc committee chairs. if elected, fiorina would be more likely than predecessors to
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seek power but would be seen as strengthening the hands of those party activists sought such changes and advantages for a second run in 2020. [cheers and applause] >> should fiorina, a former ceo of hewlett-packard seek the chairmanship, political parties used against her. >> have to be reported to fec but there's no limitation to promote candy to the rnc. >> regardless she wins chairmanmanship, -- chairmanship. there's changes and that battle will have to wait until november. adam: that was james rosen in washington, d.c. thank you very much.
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lauren: coming up the u.s. continues to lead in gym nis, individual gold medal. all the highlights coming up. suicide squad number one at the box office. >> everyone will die otherwise. lauren: it's doing a lot better than expected. big opening week for sausage party. right now you're watching fbn:am, first look at moing markets and breaking news. ♪
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>> hey, look at this. we are chosen. [cheers and applause] >> we have been chosen together. >> hey, brenda, you and me. adam: although sausage party fail today take number one, it still manage today triple expectations. animated film opened with $33 million in ticket sales, suicide squad was the repeat champ this week despite a steep 67% drop of record-breaking weekend. 43.7million bucks. wallet disney film came in third. 29million at the box office followed by jason borne with almost $14 million. lauren: sausage party is zet
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rogan film and he played hot dog. it's frank. let's turn to sports right now. we have the olympics to talk about, what could have been a tragic event, ryan loche were robbed at gunpoint. they were riding in a taxi on the way back when it was stopped by people posed as armed police officers. one of the robbers put a gun to his head ordered him to get down, he said the robbers took the swimmer's money and wallet but left them with their cell phones as well as credentials. olympic sports person says all four athletes are safe and they are cooperating with authorities. adam: jamaica usain bolt became the first olympian to win three straight god medal last night.
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gatlin, took the silver. first for american gymnast simone biles, the first american woman ever to capture the olympic bolt individual gold medal. biles won easyily of opponents from russia. he held off sweden hendrick till the end. the medal count, the united states leads 69 over china which has 45 medals and great britain with 38. lauren: rescue efforts intensifying this morning after historic flooding in louisiana ass more storms may be on the way. we have fox meteorologist maria molina tracking it all. she's here with the very latest, good morning, maria. maria: hi, we are tracking potential to see more flooding not only because of additional heavy rain but also ongoing river flooding that's going to be a problem for several more days across portions of
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louisiana. taking a look at what happened here since last tuesday, some areas picked up more than 2 feet of rain out there across louisiana and portions of mississippi, here is a look at some of the recorded totals, more than 30-inches even in some spots. a historic event that occurred out here and what was going on we had the frontal window ri andlingerring pressure and all combined with tropical moisture to produce heavy rainfall rains. the concern is that we could be seeing more storms, several inches of rain across eastern texas and eastern louisiana, because of this we have number of watches and warnings. eventually making its way to the midwest where flooding can occur as well. let's head over to you. lauren: maria molina, thank you so much for the update. adam: thank you, maria. coming up we have more on the mayhem of milwaukee, violent protests there. governor scott walker has issued a state of emergency.
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>> county sheriff made a request from assist freans the state, i granted that, we have activated the wisconsin national guard. adam: you're watching fbn:am.
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lauren: breaking news this morning, protests in milwaukee turned violent at least one person shot and wounded. good morning, to you, i'm lauren simonetti. adam: and i'm adam shapiro for nicole petallides. the state of emergency declared in louisiana as deadly floods claim the lives of five and thousands are rescued from rising waters. more storms may be on the way. lauren: on the caferrian trail donald trump expected to lay out his plans to defeat isis today and hillary clinton heads to pennsylvania hoping vice president biden can help her win those in the keystone states.
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adam: south korea was closed today for a holiday. lauren: future in the u.s. pointing to higher opening after nasdaq set a second-record high. dow futures up 29. adam: oil is trading higher this morning on word of a potential cut by the saudis to boost prices. lauren: we will see. private equity firm has agreed to buy rcn and grande communications by two and a quarter million dollars. adam: ryan lochte being robbed. lauren: first olympian to win three 100-meter gold medals. adam: it's 5:01 in new york, welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news
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and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: at least one person shot in milwaukee, wisconsin. fatal police shooting of a black man saturday. the mayor explaining what he saw from the police officer's body camera. >> i have seen a still photo extracted from that and that still photo demonstrates without question that he had a gun in his hand. and i want our community to know that, that he had a gun in his hand. lauren: authorities say the officer in question who is also black is staying out of town. at least six businesses were burned saturday night. scott walker activate it had state national guard but the troops will not be deployed in milwaukee unless the city police chief decides to do so. fox business will have more on
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this, milwaukee county sheriff david clark will be on varney&company, that's today 10:15 a.m. eastern. adam: republican presidential nominee donald trump is set to lay out plans to defeat isis today. trump will deliver that speech in youngstown, ohio later this morning, comes after trump criticized obama's middle east policy last week. >> isis is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. he's the founder of isis. [cheers and applause] >> he's the founder. he founded isis. adam: mr. trump's running mate mike pence was on fox news sunday defending those comments. >> i think he's being serious and making a point that needs to be made that there's no question that the failed policies of president obama and secretary state hillary clinton in the wider middle east created a
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vacuum within iraq in which isis was able to arise. adam: pence also said that trump will offer, and this is a quote, real specifics on how to make the country safer. lauren: vice president joe biden set to hold his first campaign rally for hillary clinton in pennsylvania. biden will declare donald trump the most uninformed presidential nominee in history. meanwhile fox news has learned that some of the fbi files on the agency's in hillary clinton's use of private e-mail server could be given to house committee this week. fbi director james comey say investigators found at least three emailses containing classified markings and clinton was extremely careless but he did not recommend criminal charges. >> at least five people are dead and thousands are struggling recover following the devastating floods in southern louisiana, about 18,000 people
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have been rescued from their home in east baton rouge and officials using helicopters and boats to rescue residents. >> i've never seen this. there's no words to describe what's going on. adam: the federal government has declared a major disas ner the state and forecasters say there's still a danger of more flooding as swollen rivers drain wards the gulf of méxico. lauren: more than 4,000 people evacuated yesterday from two california towns. the flames burned building in the downtown area of lower lake, 90-miles north of san francisco. the fire broke out saturday afternoon and grew to nearly 5 square miles, one home owner said it spread pretty quickly. >> for half hour to get -- got the word that everything was on fire.
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lauren: one building destroyed was habitat for humanity office that was work to go raise money to help rebuild homes destroyed by a devastating wild fire that was nearly a year ago. adam: this morning two terminals at new york's jfk resume normal operations after reports of shots fired caused the terminals to be evacuated. the reports created frightening homes last night. [shouting] adam: the airport was given all clear after they found in evidence of gunfire. authorities say did not discover firearms or shell casing. lauren: they did a three-hour floor to floor search. adam: they have to. laen: i know. conflicting statements as to
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when britain will leave european union. that's almost a year longer than expected. but prime minister theresa may has ordered ministers to get on with implementing the exit and saying it's full steam ahead by getting out by 2019. morn half of the uk voted june 23rd to leave european union. adam: let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. in asia stocks were mixed. nikkei was down barely half a percent. hang seng up -- south korea is closed today. lauren: japan has a second-quarter reading. the cac in paris is up a point and dax in germany gaining 30 points this morning. adam: u.s. stock market futures look like this at 5:37. you can see we are in the green right now. we will see if that can hold when we start trading at 9:30. lauren: the nasdaq had four record closes this year. one of them was back on friday.
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take a look at commodities, oil up and gold up 13.45 an ounce. adam: if you like to trade currency, here is how the dollar is against currencies. europeo is -- euro gaining sligly against the dollar. lauren: let's look at the yield, 1.5%. adam: sources tell the wall street journal the move is a demand for broadband services will fuel growth in the businesses, formal word could come tonight. rcn provides cable cell phone while grande offers those services in texas. lauren: honeywell to buy gda.
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experts say the deal would boost honeywell software. adam: musk brought the booster back to earth. then the booster landed on a converter bar hundreds of miles offshore to the obvious cheers of space technicians. [cheers and applause] adam: this was the eighth launch for spacex this year after a month which sent cargo to the international space station. lauren: investors will look over results in big companies this week. home depot expected to report strong second-quarter results.
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the company expect today benefit as customers spend more money on their homes and fixing up their homes. you have the rival lowes releasing results also expected to benefit from that same trend. we are going to hear from wal-mart on friday looking for the retail giant to pose eighth straight quarter of sales growth with same story climbing one and a half percent in the second quarter. adam: here is a look at the headlines of wall street journal, google plans have hit and rethinking how to deliver connections in metropolitan areas after turned out to be more expensive than google anticipated. properties for about $4 billion. the merger could be announced today. nbc ratings for rio olympics fall behind london ratings but still profitable despite a smaller audience. lauren: coming up, while donald
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trump is trying to get votes to lead the nation, there's another republican campaign going on behind the scenes. >> perhaps you've been wondering what the next act will be for carly fiorina, could it be chairman of the republican national committee? back after the break with the story. lauren: robbed in rio ryan lochte speaks out after being held by gunpoint by people posing as police officers. we sl l have the chilling details for you. let's check at u.s. stock market futures, dow futures higher by 31 points gaining back almost everything lost on friday. s&p futures up 3 points. nasdaq futures up 9 points this morning, the nasdaq closed at a record-high on thursday. dow and s&p did too again on friday. four times so far this year. we will check in today as well. oil price this is morning are rising, they rose 2% yesterday, close to $45 a barrel right now. 44.63 is your quote.
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watch those reports. supply talk is happening among opec producers. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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adam: it is 5:45 a.m. in the morning in new york city. we want to get you caught up on what's happening now. wisconsin governor activateed coastal guard after fatal shooting by police officer, both man and shot and police officer are black. lochte were robbed at gunpoint in rio yesterday by men pretending to be police officers. one of the robbers put the gun to his head. at least five people are dead in more than 20,000 have been rescued after massive floods swept across louisiana. helicopters delivered flood and water to hundreds of motorists
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stuck for more than 24 hours in flooding near baton rouge. now, we want to check u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. to see what's happening now. you can see we are up. dow futures, s&p 500, nasdaq futures all pointing to the green. could be a very good sign for the trading week to begin at 9:30 here in new york city. that's what's happening now, lauren. lauren: thanks, adam. donald trump is getting to get enough votes to lead the nation. another campaign behind the scenes to find out who will be the next party chair. james rosen has the story. >> multiple published reports and all observable phenomena suggest the former gop candidate has set her sights on the chairmanship of the republican committee. fiorina intends to campaign for down-ballot candidates all as the domain names for carlyfor chair.com were registered last month.
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>> she has extensive travel plan campaigning for vulnerable congressional candidates. >> briefly served as running mate to texas senator ted cruz. expected to step down after an unprecedented three terms. >> i am not going to do -- >> former virginia teenager and senator struggled at the party convention in cleveland to change rnc rules including an effort to strip the party chair. her chairmanship would be seen as strengthening the hand of those party activists who sought such changes and highly advantageous for one-time running mate mulling a second run in 2020.
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should fiorina decide to seek the party chairmanship, she would be able to draw on the funds accumulated by at least two of the three political action committees associated with her. >> i think those leadership can be used without restriction. she will have to report it to the fec but there's no limitation on the use of those funds to promote her candidacy to the rnc. >> regardless of carly fiorina wins chairmanship, there's a real hunger among the grassroots for changes in the way rnc governs itself. that battle will have the wait until after november. lauren: james rosen, thank you very much. adam: coming up usain bolt to win three gold medals and united states continue to lead in rio, simone biles, first women to win
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adam: eight minutes before 6:00 a.m. and we want to turn to olympics and what could have been a tragic event, olympic medalist and three other
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swimmers were gunned at gunpoint yesterday at rio. they were riding in a taxi on the way to olympic village when the cab was stopped by people posing as police officers. lochte issued a statement that one of the robbers put a gun to his head and ordered him to get down. the robbers took the swimmer's money and wallets but left them with their cell phones and credentials and olympics spokesperson said all four athletes were safe an cooperating with authorities. lauren: let's take a look at the latest in sports. jamaica usain bolt to win three straight 100-meter gold medals. look at that. 6'5 flying by. the first american women to capture the olympic bolt individual gold medal with that bolt right there. easily she won over her closest opponents from russia and germany.
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let's watch it again. there you go. in pedal count the u.s. leads over china with 4r5. great britain with 38. u.s. women's basketball time had against china. another close one for the men's olympic teams, americans held france, second three-point game in a row. the cubs drop their second in a row to cardinals but still lead in central division. adam: adele turned out
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performing at the super bowl. she appreciated the offer but refused. [inaudible] >> well, come on. i mean, come on. [inaudible] >> very kind but i had to say no. a statement from nfl and pepsi has a different version. we have had conversations with several artists about the pepsi super bowl half time show, however, we have not at this point extended a formal offer to adele or anyone else. the super bowl will be held next year in houston in february 5th, televised on the fox network. adam: she can't dance and some of them can't sing. lauren: historic and dramatic flooding in louisiana as more storms maybe on the way, we have fox meteorologist maria molina tracking it.
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she's here with the very latest, hi, maria, good morning. maria: hi, big concern is that we have more rain on the way and river flooding that's going to be ongoing out there for several days and i want to share with you some of the reported rape fall tote -- rainfall totals and what happened was we had an area of low pressure lingering out here and tropical moisture in the rig owned and produced heavy rainfall. over the past 24 hours, the heaviest rain has been focused across portions of eastern texas. we've had a little bit of break in louisiana, but the forecast to return out there and could be looking at much 4 to 8-inches of rainfall that will make matters worse in terms of flooding, flooding across portions of texas but we do have a number of watches out there. we have watches and warnings out
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there. in the east coast, incredible heat. that will continue today from piffle -- philadelphia all the way to parts of the carolinas. adam: maria, thank you very much. we will be back right after this . ♪music runners on your mark! ♪you're rolled out at the dawning of the day♪ ♪heart racin' as you made your little get away♪ get set! ♪it feels like you've been runnin' all your life♪ ♪but why? oh why? (sfx: starter pistol shot)
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adam: thank you for watching fbn:am. lauren: great to be with you a dam. now it's time for mornings with maria, we have sandra smith in for maria. sandra: good to see adam this
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morning. good show, everybody. maria bartiromo has the day off. it's monday august 15th, top stories at 6:00 a.m. eastern. race to the white house heating up. a rough week of headlines saying the campaign is moving forward. >> the campaign is moving forward and is very strong. we've raised over $132 million in the last two months. we are convinced that contrary to the stories of "the new york times" which are not correct and contrary to interview of trump unplugged, that trump is very plugged in. he's very connected and you are seeing crowds attending appearance that are -- sandra: hillary clinton welcomes vice president joe biden and what we can expect as he stumps for hillary for the first time. protests the c

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