north korea's latest missile launch. north korea test fired a ballistic missile over the weekend. while japan's prime minister was visiting the united states. the north korean television released this video now just a few hours ago. the missile is believed (-left-paren 300 miles before going down in international waters and senate minority leader chuck schumer on face the nation weighed in on the issue. >> north korea has shown itself to be a nurse and sublimation in every way and i'm sure they testing president trump here i was glad he issued the statement with the prime minister of japan, but he also had to do it quickly was south korea beat south korea is looking more susceptible to fear than in any other country. last year alone north korea connected 24 missile launches and to nuclear tests. >> president donald trump blow post justin trudeau at the white house today. the first face-to-face meeting
between the leaders comes amid signs the tensions between the two men. recently signaled disagreement over his travel ban on refugees saying on twitter that refugees are welcome in this country. trump and trudeau are also expected to discuss renegotiating nafta. the two men will hold a joint news conference at 2:00 p.m. eastern time which we will certainly bring you break bring you right here live on fox business. trudeau will wrap up his wrap up his fist in the meeting said house speaker paul ryan and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and capitol hill. lauren: steven miller, you can collect site typing, publicly defended the embattled national security adviser michael flynn on the sunday morning news shows. >> does the president have confidence in his national security advisor? that's a question you should ask the president. the question you should ask the chief of staff.
same year as a policy advisor and my focus is an answer and questions you have. general flynn has served admirably. he's a priest or general, head of the defense intelligence agency and i look forward to having more discussions in the future. lauren: many democrats pressing for an investigation following reports that conversations with russia about u.s. sanctions on russia while he was a private within weeks before the inauguration of president donald trump. nicole: president trump's chief policy by assistant executive orders and illegal immigration are an option after a federal appeals court suspended the travel ban last week. stephen miller telling fox wallace that all options remain on the table including a supreme court appeal. >> we are contemplating new and additional actions to ensure that our immigration system does not become a vehicle for admitting people into our country who are hostile to this mission and values.
nicole: senator ben cardin, top democrat on the foreign relations committee disagreed. >> i can tell you that his executive order if implemented would make us less safe. it's not just my views. i cap from leaders around the world and tell us it would be used as recruitment for terrorist organizations. it would put americans at greater risk traveling abroad. cadets to suffer the station. train to refugees to come to the united states after undergoing extreme fighting to not pose a terrorist threat to america. train to the senate expected to confirm treasury secretary today. tonight vote on the nomination of stephen mnuchin comes despite complaints from democrats that he failed to protect many headed one last thing. republicans on the senate finance committee unanimously recommended approval after democrats on the panel boycotted the vote.
separately, sources say president trump plans to nominate secretary treasury for international affairs. nicole: new england residents from boston to me dealing with the second major snowstorm in less than one week. boston getting hit with this much is a foot of snow north of the city and expected to see but to assert conditions. almost 300 flights were canceled in and out of boston's logan airport yesterday. another 300 canceled today. public schools closed in boston for a third day. massachusetts governor charlie baker says the winds from today's storm are more intense than the ones last week. >> if i can result in widespread snowdrifts even after the snow stopped falling. please remember to be careful during the storm and after. the combination of high winds and waves now quickly to a significant amount of downed
trees and tree limbs as well. trying to jam his team will have the latest on the storm and she's coming up shortly. lauren: let's get caught up a global market action overnight. the shanghai composite up about two thirds of 1% today and up four days in a row. the nikkei gaining almost half of 1%. relatively favorable meeting between donald trump and the prime minister of japan over the weekend. economic activity expanded. in south korea, a modest gain of two tenths of 1% despite provocations from the north or the hong kong hang seng up half of 1% today. nicole: in europe, most of the sector higher. the cac and france have half a percent. german dax up half a percent. london's ftse just fractionally higher. everybody's talking about iron, or in copper this morning at commodities job. lauren: about the u.s. stock market futures are at record
highs on friday continued today. duff pictures of 33, nasdaq up 2.5. >> key commodities including oil and gold. both of those pulling back here. or that 5345 a barrel. gold down 41 cents end quote is down for 601231 entrance after both of those games recently. lauren: brison showing competition in today's offering unlimited data plan. verizon long resisted the plan while competitors, t-mobile and sprint have attracted customers with unlimited options. at&t offers unlimited data but only subscribers of its pay-tv services. verizon's new offering will let customers keep their plan or choose unlimited data which will cost you $80 a month for a single line, talking and texting included. customers have to agree to participate in paper free billing as well. nicole: selling to investors may not be a snap if the parent
company of snapchat i said it is offering in the offering could be valued at $25 billion. "the wall street journal" says many investors are not buying into the hype around now. one of their concern is to slow down a daily user growth. investors worry about competition social media companies including facebook ended effective total control funders will have after the ipo. last year reported that was the slowest year for companies since 2009 and that could help attract investors. the ipo could come next month. lauren: and then snap it be a stop to watch. right now operating season goes on. they do for companies in the s&p 500 to announce quarterly results that the week. american international group will report tomorrow. analysts looking for the insurance company to post a profit. pepsico will release its latest quarterly results before the open wednesday.
the company raised its full-year profit forecast in september due to higher demand in north america for its averages and stacks of fewer calories and more natural ingredients. we would hear from cisco systems after the bell and went day. the networking gear maker to report slightly lower revenue and earnings per share due to declining demand for vacancies which is business. train to the lego batman flying to the top of the box office. >> you can't spend the rest of your life alone dressed in black, listening to angry music and staying up all night to >> yes, i can. because i'm batman. nicole: the movie raked in 55-point x million dollars over the weekend. president trump secretary treasury nominee steve mnuchin is the executive producer. then there's 50 shades darker came in second with 46.8 million followed by another r-rated sequel rounding out the top five
split with 9.3 million hidden features 8 million. train to an outraged alumni say workers taking the state of our union fees. >> government workers are forced to pay union fees. a landmark lawsuit could help them keep money in their pocket. lauren: you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ when you have something you love,
nicole: good morning. 5:15 a.m. in new york. but he caught up in the company now. mass evacuation of the race america's tallest reached capacity in main spillway was severely damaged. their 190,000 people forced to abandon their homes. rising water levels that they can forced officials to use the emergency spillway for the first time. olympus spillway is causing fear that floodwaters could be unleashed. president traveled his first face-to-face meeting with canadian prime minister justin trudeau today. he wants to find common ground
despite differences on trade and immigration. verizon wireless feeling the heat from its competitors and starting today will offer an unlimited data plan. it will cost $80 a month, only $10 more than a current progress a current verizon plan that includes four gigabytes of monthly data. the move comes after brison cautions that profit and sales growth this year will be flat compared to last year. let's check our u.s. stock market futures right now after we had a record close for the dow, nasdaq, s&p. this morning dow futures looking higher. dow futures up 29, s&p futures up to. lauren, happening now. lauren: thank you a medical pit the david versus goliath story could change for millions of americans. those who don't want to join a union should have to pay their union dues. fox correspondent matt finn takes a look.
>> mark janis is one of tens of thousands of illinois state employees. a lawsuit bearing his name could soon impact about 20 million government employees nationwide. >> this is not a choice. this is mandated. i have to do this and i don't approve of it. >> rights were classic illegal to force the zen workers in illinois is not a right to work state, said janet is forced to pay a fair share fee to a union. >> they are literally forced to pay these dues. reporter: a fair share is that employers who choose not to join a union are still required to pay a fee. this payment to amass to millions to stores the union's collective bargaining for most controversial of the political candidate and support. >> if you don't want to be part of a union comes with this feature collected are getting, no one should force you to be part of it. >> even therapeutic target for better wages and health care that benefit all emplyees at the fair share fee is low price
to sk. >> some fees to cover those costs is eminently reasonable and rational. >> parks buses headed to the seventh circuit court of appeals. the corporate rule in favor of the union based on the precedent. if he loses from his lawyers plan to take the case to the supreme court for president trump's recent nominee, judge neil gorsuch is expected to restore the 5-for split between conservatives and liberals. the supreme court was in paper workers who could not be a part of union that they could greatly diminished the power of unions forever by making right to work the law of the land. >> this is definitely a serious threat to the rights of workers have been the work place. >> right now 20 great to work states. missouri became a mistake in new hampshire could be next. the supreme court were to rule in favor of unions in the state by two of us could become
obsolete. in chicago, matt finn, fox news. nicole: thank you so much. coming up, grammys get political. it walks away as big winner. ♪ and in sports, new york knicks and shut the san antonio spurs in the biggest win of the season. in golf, 23-year-old texan jordon speed cruises to victory at pebble beach. all the highlights for you coming up. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
train to the music's biggest night quickly turning political pitch to pitch in grammy of words not wasting any time going after the president last night. 10 minutes into the show, james korten kicked things off. ♪ [cheers and applause] nicole: popstar katy perry hillary clinton supporter brenda white and black pants boot but that i've been saying recess. the state turning into a czech constitution. hip-hop group a tribe called quest and buster rimes also taking the bait shop. >> i want to say perpetuating a bad evil in the united states. i want to thank president agent orange for the muslim ban.
lauren: differs crowd and putting them in on his job some on his jobs on stage as the group performs we the people. not a bonus anti-trump had a fellow wearing and make america great again drive on the red carpet. she says her platform is about love, but she faced a lot of feet on mine. nicole: as for the music, one performance of the show. ♪ a very pregnant fiancé tristan goldstein in the crowd with his chair stand. she's pregnant, but another performance didn't go as well. the singer kerstin apologized to the crowd. i know it's live tv. i'm sorry.
sorry for swearing and sorry for starting again. adele also experienced some problems during her performance last year. this time she was able to restart her tribute. in the end, the night belonged to adele pitchy won five grammys including album, record and song of the year. during two of her speeches last night, she thinks fiancé and said he unsaved deserve to win. so she broke off one of her grammys, literally broke and have to to share with queen bee. nicole: a look at the latest in the world of sports. komar of anthony and the next work at hosting the spurs at madison square garden. second in the first half, derrick rose shows off his old form demonstrates the baseline, makes the fancy reverse layup. third quarter tied at 48.
her marlo backs down three from the wing. missing the 25th place all-time nba scoring. fourth quarter tied at 81 with a strong move makes the layout. new york is set by two under one minutes ago. the next step four. carmelo with the midrange jumper and the upset over san antonio. in toronto, piston showing a lot of fight against the fourth quarter coming back from a 16-point deficit. rebalae the mystery family sedan. he sends down 94-97. in the corner watching the three nails it. coming back wanted to-but no one. to golf, even though will stop to watch the pebble beach pro. a beautiful monterey peninsula. jordan said or enters the final round with a six shot lead. 17 hole par three drinks a long
nicole: breaking news this morning. 180,000 people told to evacuate their homes in northern california amid concerns a feeling spillway could unleash flood waters on the towns below. good morning. i have nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. in washington, donald agrees that the prime minister canada to talk trading deals with the north korean missile launch. u.s. stocks started the week with fresh records 50 to 97.8
and up 1% for the week. he was a market futures this morning with all appears. jaffe juice at 39, s&p up 2.5. lauren: the nikkei up 4%. china, shanghai composite .6%. nicole: competition forces verizon to run the data plane starting today. how much will it cost you? lauren: last night, politics takes center stage in despite an early club, adele box with a big winner. nicole: the san antonio spurs in their biggest win of the season. in golf, jordana speith cruises to the area public beach. lauren: congratulations. i 31:00 a.m. in new york monday, figure 14, which means tomorrow is valentine's day. welcome to try "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
disaster as authorities in northern california ordered nearly 200,000 people to evacuate because the problems of an emergency spillway at the nation's biggest dam. officials warned that the rugged spillway is in danger of failing and unleashing floodwaters onto the towns below. the 770-foot tall dam is about 150 miles east of san francisco. >> or 2424 hour california warning center has also been sending notifications to counties downstream that could be affect by any potential rising water and/or evacuations. law enforcement branches also deployed a number of mutual aid law enforcement asset to assist the county sheriff and others that the evacuation of individuals. lauren: the approach and see spillway misuse for the first time in about 50 years after that because water levels. the water level is extremely
high. officials notice the erosion of the spillway yesterday. nicole: u.n. security council to hold an emergency meeting today after north korea's latest missile launch. north korea test fired a ballistic missile over the weekend but japan's prime minister was visiting the united states. the north korean state television released this video a few hours ago. the missile is believed to have flown more than 300 miles before going down in international waters at the second minority leader chuck schumer on cbs face the nation weighing in on the issue. >> north korea has shown itself to be an irresponsible nation in every way and i'm sure they testing president trump. i was glad he issued this statement with the prime minister of japan, but he also had to do it quickly to south korea. south korea is more susceptible to's crazier than any other country.
nicole: lester the north korea conducted 25 missile launches into nuclear tests. lauren: president trump hosted justin trudeau. the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders then it comes amid tense attention. trudeau recently signaled disagreement over his travel ban on refugees. he said on twitter refugees are welcome in canada. also expected to discuss renegotiating nafta. two men will hold a joint news conference 2:00 p.m. eastern which will bring to you live right here on fox business. trudeau will wrap up his visit to washington would think that house speaker paul ryan and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and capitol hill. nicole: president trump's national security adviser with u.s. sanctions weeks before the president's maturation. senior policy at risers stephen miller said that publicly defending on sunday morning news
shows. >> does the presidents of confidence in his national security advisor? that's a question you should ask the president and chief of staff. i engaged as a policy advisor and my focus answering policy questions to serve the country admirably. a three-star general head of the defense intelligence agency and look forward to having more discussions about this in the future. for an investigation following that report. nicole: the chief policy adviser says new executive orders on illegal immigration after a federal appeals court suspended president trump's travel ban last week. steve miller telling chris wallace that all options remain on the table and that includes a supreme court appeal. >> we are contemplating doing rational actions to ensure that our immigration system is to become a vehicle for admitting
people into our country who are hostile to the finish and values. lauren: the top democrat on the foreign relations committee disagrees. >> i can tell you his executive order his executive order implementable make us less safe. not just my views. type two leaders around the world that it will be used as a recruitment to a terrorist organization. will put americans at greater risk traveling abroad. that has to radicalization. lauren: refugees who come after extreme fighting did not pose a terrorist it back to america. nicole: expected to confirm president trump's choice for treasury secretary today. tonight's vote on the nomination at the events of nine pounds despite complaints from democrats that he failed to protect thousands of homeowners from unnecessary foreclosures when he headed one west bank. republicans on the senate finance committee unanimously recommended approval after
democrats on the panel boycotted the vote. separately, sources say president trump plans to nominate undersecretary for international affairs. nicole: a one-two punch of the northeast. a powerful storm with a heavy stone parts of new england and bringing strong winds to much of the northeast. see you later ... janice dean has the very latest. reporter: type eight, moran and nicole. not as much snow as the last one off the callback to the folks in india where they could receive 12 to 18 inches. 30, 40 miles per hour already. high wind warnings from the appellation where we could have guessed anywhere from 40 to 60 miles per hour. the snow may not be the story. it commands that will cause the problem and delays at the airport. upstate new york to maine where we have blizzard warnings with
all that snow and of course the gusty winds combined with cost visibility problems. also went to mention the storm across portions of mexico that would be rain and snow for the southwest including new mexico and into texas for a vacancy heavy snow in the mountains and a lot of heavy rain for parts of texas and across the gold coast as the gold coast as the lobos eastward. we will continue to track it for you. back to you, born and nicole. lauren: we know you well, thank you janice dean. nicole: overnight all affairs it's a sticky post of records across the board of japan taking the key right there. to me cap half of 1%. shanghai composite up 1%. in korea's cost be up two tenths of 1%. japan's gdp growing fourth quarter in a row on experts and south korea under korea after another missile test.
if it did in a row pushing closer to 7300 level up a point today. at 71. all closing at record highs on friday the missile made records of 38, s&p futures at three. jennie gallant speaking to the senate banking committee tuesday and wednesday. any keys on rate hikes this year. lauren: kopper putting in a strong performance. oil is down 31 cents. gold down five bucks. nicole: verizon is joining the competition and offering unlimited data plan and starts today. verizon has resisted the plane while competitors t-mobile and sprint have attracted customers with a limited option. at&t offers unlimited data as unlimited data assault only to subscribers of its paid tv
services continue up to let customers keep their current plans or choose an $80 meant a planned for a single line talking and texting. customers have to agree to pay for free billing. lauren: unlimited making a big comeback at the snap ipo is valued at $25 billion. "the wall street journal" says investors are not buying into the hype around that. a slowdown in daily use or growth rate investors worried about competition from other companies like facebook. the founders would have on the company after the ipo. nicole: earnings season was signed in the s&p 500 due to announce their quarterly results this week. american international group will report to america the closing bell. analysts look to post a profit with your cholos.
pepsico will release its latest quarterly results before opening bell on wednesday. the company raised its full-year profit are cast in september due to higher demand in north america for beverage and snacks with fewer calories and more natural ingredients. we will hear from cisco systems after the bell on wednesday. did he or report higher rankings for its legacy businesses. by far, s&p 500 companies 360 reported fourth-quarter earnings on track to growth year-over-year and a piece of estimates of 3.2%. satisfied optimism to the market. lauren: and the end of earnings season. our groups making money from the big western company inadvertently advertise extremist website? dead kennedys on that dori. >> chloramphenicol, $70 billion on digital advertising. the problem is they don't always
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lauren: happy monday. 5:45 a.m. in new york. a mass evacuation underway in northern california is america's tallest dam reachedcapacity and its main spillway was severely damaged. really 190,000 people have been forced to abandon their homes. rising water levels forced officials to use the emergency spillway for the first time. when the spillway that floodwaters could be unleashed. president trump will hold its first face-to-face meeting with canadian prime minister justin trudeau today. he said he wants to find common ground despite the differences
on trade and immigration. verizon wireless is stealing the heat from its competitors starting today. unlimited data plans his first time doing so in six years. bellicosity dollars a month, only $10 more than a current verizon plan with gigabytes of monthly data. the move comes after verizon cautioned that and sales growth this year will be flat compared to last year. more record highs coming up. dow 29 and the s&p nasdaq holding on to win 20 games thus far in the free market. that's a look at what's happening right now. nicole: vaster companies in the u.s. and $70 billion on digital advertising and some of that money is now ending up in the hands of terror groups. fox news douglas kennedy has the story. >> a florida at pops up on a site supporting israel martyrs.
a hyundai commercial rents before it ideas supporting hezbollah. welcome to the murky world of online advertising, were commercials for big companies are now being placed on videos that promote jihads and terror. bob hoffman a former ad exec and asked her to online as those. he says advertisers are often left in the dark about placement. >> it's become a big album for advertisers. >> a recent report from hundreds of large companies advertising on sites of white supremacists. islamic terrorists and pro-groups. >> online advertising is very complicated but very complex. nobody knows what they are buying, with a fire from. >> for instance, ford says it is very concerned over youtube's placement of the ad fox fan. we were closely with google to
ensure its show up in the environment appropriate for a brand. which is not the case here. fox contacted multiple companies. all expressed concern over where their ads are sometimes placed. forest park,, google admits some youtube content may be controversial or offensive but in a statement said advertisers are free to choose not to appear against content they consider inappropriate. >> the investigation by the times of london suggest this as for helping fund terror groups. google assures that no $-dollar-sign to this particular publisher and hyundai says it's working with google to make sure this does not happen again. back to you, lauren vanderpool. nicole: thanks so much. lauren: the grammys get political. despite an an early fluff, it's all walks of a debate winner.
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night. james scored in kicks things off. ♪ [cheers and applause] hip-hop group, tribe called quest and buster rides taken a big shot. ♪ perpetuating all of the evil that she perpetuate throughout the united states. i want to thank president agent orange for the muslim ban. lauren: diverse crowd including women and he jobs as a group of farm breed of people. a bonus anti-trend. it's sobering to make america again dress with trump on the back of it. she says her platform is about love, but she faced a lot of hate. nicole: as for the music, adele
having to stop because the body of issues and the singer kurt then apologized to the crowd. >> i know it's live tv. i'm sorry. i'm sorry for swearing and i'm sorry for starting again. nicole: cap massive effort george michael. adele also asked as issues in her performance last year. in the end, the night belonged to her. adele one type or missing off including album, record and song of the year during two of her acceptance speeches she ain't beyoncé and say she deserved to win. so she broke one of her grammys and have to share with queen bee. lauren: let's take a look at the latest in sports. carmelo anthony and the next effect the distractions
following the team last week hosting the spurs at madison square garden. shows off and makes a fancy reverse layup right there. down six connector quarter. carmela knocks down three from the wings. he knows that to 25th place, all-time nba scoring. fourth quarter of the one. under a minute left. the midrange jumper. next at the outset of her san antonio. a lot of fight against the raptors. fourth quarter from a deficit. rebounds family sedan. they are down too. this assistance of the combat at 102-101. let's go to calls.
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nicole: valentine's day tomorrow. the state enacts match according to things they like. there's an app called haider that does the exact opposite if users answer questions about things they hate and then they are showing people of the showing people of the area with similar dislike. according to the company, the top three most hated on the items right now for the 2016 presidential election, drain hair and bad sidewalk etiquette. lauren: i also saw southeast of the video and the mcrib. thank you so much for joining us today on "fbn:am." nicole: we are going to turn it right over to maria bartiromo. one is that the restart now.
>> good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. i maria bartiromo and it is sunday, february 13th. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. busy day for trying today to meet with the prime minister of canada, justin trudeau. to submit tensions on trade and immigration. president trump could sign a new immigration worker as early as today. the nation's tallest dam that risk of reaching nearly 200,000 residents under exaggeration orders. massive gridlock on the roas. authorities are still cautious. >> we need to get the department resources tend to evaluate the situation so that we can make some decisions as to whether or not it is safe to repopulate areas. maria: the latest developments this morning.