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>> breaking news this morning that the white house denying them what this says u.s. intelligence agencies have without sensitive information from donald trump. it could be later compromised. good morning. i am nicole petallides. in the morning. i went in the navy. five days in a row of record highs. something we have not seen in 25 years. who the :-) keep going? features down 25 points. nasdaq down one. nicole: in asia stocks and one. the nikkei half of 1%. shanghai composite index half of
1%. >> gop support in the senate disintegrates. we will tell you who will be the new labor nominee, not your nicole: boeing workers report about to unionize. >> can you do not as much as $300 million off the price type for the internet business. nicole: in sports and the golden state warriors legend sacramento kings with the welfare quarter. her super bowl bet to go on a date with a random fan. >> welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets in the latest breaking news. trained u.s. intelligence agencies have reportedly have without sensitive information and president try. "the wall street journal" says intelligence officials are concerned it could be later compromised. official decision shows the deep
mistrust between the intelligence community and the president. the report comes as many critics plan the nation's intel community. >> intelligence agencies are more powerful than the president himself. the american people centrist are subverted. they must be prosecuted. lauren: members of the trump campaign have been communicating with russian officials. the real scandal here is that classified information is illegally given out an intelligent like candy. very un-american. meanwhile, responding, the director of national intelligence public affairs issuing a statement saying any suggestion that the intelligence community is withholding withholding information in not providing the best possible intelligence to the president and his national security team is not true. nicole: president trump hacking away from a two state solution. the president had a meeting
benjamin netanyahu yesterday. the urban has the details. reporter: president trump and benjamin met yahoo! have known each other for decades but have their first face-to-face meeting wednesday at the white house. it has been the policy of the administration has to call for a truce a solution in the attempt to navigate the miast peace process is standing next to benjamin netanyahu, the president. open to other possibilities. >> looking ahead to stay than one state and i like the one above party site. i'm very happy with the one both parties like he effectively with either one. i thought for a while but to save looks like you may be the easier of the two. honestly, if the palestinians that israel and the palestinians are happy, i'm happy with the one they like the best. >> telling the prime minister israel should be flexible when it comes to the issue of
settlement holding. the touchy subject to a laugh from benjamin netanyahu. >> what they do see. >> code that you see a deal be made. i know every president, most of them have not guarded until late because they never thought it was possible. and it wasn't possible because they didn't do it. we've known each other a long time. smart and, good negotiator. it may be a bigger better deal than people in this room understand. that's a possibility. let's see what we do. doesn't sound too optimistic. >> is the art of the deal. >> deep suspicion start ready upon the administration and netanyahu complicated president trump for the sanction of it against iran. that to you in new york. nicole: click or amend current thank you.
lauren: president trump concerning poor candidates for labor secretary. from a national labor relations alexander acosta. former south carolina department of labor licensing and regulation direct or catherine templeton and professor of labor relations at michigan state university guzmán. after the ceo of cjd restaurants which owns carl's junior and hardee's withdrew his nomination on the eve of his confirmation hearing. replacing workers with robot into supposition to minimum wage increases. nicole: president trump by what the chief executives at-large retailers to voice their opposition to a proposed order attacks. adam schapiro in washington with more. adam. >> good morning, lauren. good morning, nicole. the border adjustment tax is one part of the proposal for overall tax on. but it is a potential deal
killer granted nationwide. ceos target, best buy, walgreens will be president trump wednesday against any border adjustment tax. it's also called the pat. imports and retailers say that would raise consumer prices on all kinds of stuff like clothing, food and consumer goods. >> this border attacks of the winners and losers in the back of the time we don't need to be doing this. treatment can decide a link on the caterpillar come in eli lilly and ge upright at the american-made coalition which supports the border adjustment type thing and it would make their products more competitive overseas and help preserve american jobs. a spokesman for the coalition told fox business the coalition wants a fair tax system that works for all americans domestic investment and protects american
jobs. there is opposition to the border adjustment tax among politicians who worry about is some businesses demand for damage and hurt others. supporters of the border adjustment tax a consumer places would not increase because the pat would help raise the value of the dollar causing prices to drop. they also say would help american consumers because overall tax reform with income taxes. back to you. nicole: adam schapiro, thank you. lauren: north korean leader kim jong un ordered the assassination of his half-brother, trend 10. relation police have arrested a second woman a day after taken into custody. the women accused of poisoning him as he waited for a flight assimilation airport a day. >> we haven't talked to him for some lay low and he wasn't a threat to anybody. it would seem perhaps his
half-brother. lauren simonetti north korean agents tried to kill kim jong nam before succeeding earlier this week. nicole: let's get caught up in the global market action overnight. rep is across the board here in the state mixed bag and asia. the shanghai composite index in china up half of 1% while the nikkei in japan that has 1%. hong kong hang seng up half a percent. korea scots they one 10th of 1%. lauren: lifted european stocks today. they are lower across the board. snapping a seven-day winning streak, looking at earnings like nestlé for instance bit weaker than expected. ftse in london 1033 points. cac down 20. dax and germany to 32. trade to so many records upon rack or spirit s&p 500 up seventh straight session and that is the longest streak since 2013.
sa noted record closes across-the-board. the stronger u.s. dollar weighed on markets around the globe. we are seeing -- i'm sorry, selling the u.s. dollar. does feature some 31, s&p futures on 34. lauren: of oil upload down a dime. go to $5.1230 an ounce. trying to get the inverse relationship with commodities moving higher. here's a look to make my point. the euro, u.k., japanese and stronger against the u.s. dollar this morning. nicole: moving on, deal them a the 10 year treasury. 2.3%. nicole: workers in south carolina have voted against joining the union. nearly 3000 workers overwhelmingly reject an offer from the machinists union. it was a hard-fought campaign with a win in the union with an intent advertising campaign to when workers support.
south carolina is a right to work states. 9% so far this year. president trump will visit the north charleston plant tomorrow for the rollout of the first 787 country minor. it is the only 787 model to be made exclusively of north charles dan. lauren: reports that verizon yahoo! revised their purchase agreement because the two huge data breaches after the deal was reached in july. the original price at $4.8 billion. reports say that could be as much as 300 million paid because the breaches the default 1.5 billion accounts under a new deal, both companies to share future liability for those attacks. verizon shares down 4% in the past year. yahoo! shares much different story up almost 70%. nicole: the parent company of snapshot has lowered its ipo
valley between 18.522.2 billion. that is near that is that the low-end estimates of 20 to 25 billion. this ipo may be the biggest offering since the $25 billion raised at alibaba in 2014. investors have questioned whether the valuation is justified. among the reasons of slowing growth in snatchat give the user base. a final price will be based on feedback from investors in the roadshow that kicks off later this week. lauren: cisco systems topping the list of what we're watching. rising more than 2% after the network equipment maker reported better-than-expected results. cisco announced the increasing dividends. filing about 2.5%. the fourth-quarter earnings beat the street, but sales fell from a year ago. trip advisor punching of a 5.5% in after-hours. the travel review company with
disappointing results hurt by falling hotel revenue and higher marketing costs. treated to coming up, a new gop bill offers big changes to the health care law. >> everybody in the country, the individual market will allow to join an association in these give them leverage to get lower price and better insurance. i think this is a big day for conservatives. trade to go with the delphi with other republican lawmakers? gerri willis has that story. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: good morning. let's get you caught up in it's happening right now. the relationship between the trump administration intelligence community is more strange. intelligence officials have without sensitive information from the president out of concern it could be late. the opposite director of national intelligence denied the allegation. this news comes after trump said that a trade accusing undermining him. the president has lost his first cabinet nominee. andrew puzner has withdrawn. he was losing support among republicans senators because of
issues this interface. ahead of his confirmation hearing. the union had an uphill battle less than 2%. the lowest rate in the nation. in the markets, stock markets pointing nowhere. a record setting day yesterday for all three major averages. it's one in a row. a winning streak we haven't seen since 1992. about a 10th of 1%. the other averages. nicole: here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." ticket master, the countries biggest concert promoter hacked into its computer system in the
secrets. in talks to sell to its french rival. the french election puts the possibility of a french accent from the european union on the agenda. the front runners is marie le pen and also manual macron. but they both agreed that the defining issue is the membership in the year is done. lauren: the race continues for lawmakers to repeal about my care. yesterday they plan to replace the controversial health care that was introduced but not all republicans on board. fox business gerri willis with a story. >> hi, lauren and nicole. her legislation to replace upon the care introduced wins they could further divide republicans on what to do with the controversial health care law. companion bills introduced by
ramp all and mark sanford had dressed mark sanford has drawn support of much but not all of the conservative house freedom caucus. although speaker paul ryan told reporters earlier this week to repeal and replace legislation or congressional leaders is on track to the sanford legislation makes it clear that republicans are far from crafting a bill accepted by all party members. colin sanford won a tax reduction to help people that have no employer coverage pay for health care. that's as it proposals from house speaker paul ryan and health and human services tom price did they propose a tax credit. a big change in the aca requirement to have coverage. the so-called individual mandate. the irs will no longer be the cop on the beat making sure american comply with a mandate. until now, the irs could reject tax filings at the fire they reported no insurance coverage. but because of the executive orders from donald trump, the irs said it will not reject
filings. the: lauren, back to you. nicole: thanks, jerry. bulletproof plan for the eiffel tower. golden state orders legend the sacramento kings at the wild third quarter. one star makes good on her super bowl bet to go on a date with the brand-new fan. let's check out u.s. stock market futures. are you feeling lucky? dow futures down 27-point. asset futures down to after record closes again for the three majors. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: global market action overnight. diners across the board in fact come in the first time a major markets are down and ate tasted the 50 down 30 points in monday. cac in paris sunday team. dx and germantown 21 points. the banks are down, oil stocks are down. apostle after the rally for five days here in the u.s. those were due in two hours time. nicole: air france said 7%. engineerindown 20%. nestlé down 1%. five days in a row of record closes. dow futures for all three. dow futures down 29, s&p futures down for. everybody's talking about a weaker u.s. dollar today. lauren: s., opec members cutting production has promised he is so
much although here in the u.s. 5316 a barrel. gold up almost $5. 1237 amounts. nicole: a look at the latest from the world of sports. golden state warriors all-stars received jerseys last night. sending four players to send a scan. first msu at the sacramento kings. they somehow make the crazy shop with back to the basket. punches the air in disbelief at the outset the officials. uab team that tyson kicked out of the game, giving him a head start to the all-star game. another night for steve kerr. i fired up the warriors third quarter. that curry with doug said. the warriors go on to win the 19-86. college action.
nine seconds left in the game. makes a tough jumper, but keeps an eye on him because he feels the inbound pass. anyone had her at half court and halfhearted thanks at the buzzer. what a shock. 96-66. canadian tennis star is true to her word. she met a random set on twitter that she would go on a date of the night and patriots pulled up the win. last night she and the university of university student actually went on a date. it's how the brooklyn nets take on the lucky bets in new york and paid for his flight and hotel room. this is way too nice. never dreamed bouchard would pay up. >> i didn't really expect her to agree to it. when she contacted me and all the planes started falling into place, i was surprised. drink too nice, gorgeous, tennis stars supermodel here.
turkey can brag he went on a date with "sports illustrated" swimsuit model.e latest issue. picture there as well. lauren: do think he impressed her for a second date -- and the officials in paris around the base of the eiffel tower. the government plans to build an eight-foot high wall of bulletproof glass around the landmark at the end of year to protect against a terrorist attack. french people are offended by the $20 million project. one resident post the ada. madness that the terror threat remains high in paris. city officials say the most vulnerable should get special security measures. 6 million people visit the eiffel tower for year. nicole: coming up, donald trump meets the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu but drops the push for a two state solution to the conflict. >> so i'm looking at tuesday and wednesday and i like the one that both parties like.
lauren: breaking news this morning paper by testing your worthless agencies have without sensitive information from donald trump. then it could be leaked or compromise. good morning. i am trained for. trade to good morning. i'm nicole petallides. record highs of major averages can do something we've not seen in 25 years. can this rather keep on going? dow futures down 29, s&p futures down for. transit pass continues in a ship is stocks in japan: back half of 1%. in china however, 1% for the shanghai composite.
nicole: the pit for labor secretary and if someone withdraws his name after gop in the senate's integrates. we'll tell you who made the new labor nominee. verizon and yahoo! reportedly cutting a deal for yahoo!'s internet business. bludgeon the sacramento kings. she makes good on a super bowl that could go with one complete the random fan. nicole: 5:31 a.m. thursday, february 16. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: more than halfway through february. reportedly without sensitive information from president tron.
"the wall street journal" reporting intelligence officials are concerned it could be leaked or compromise. the official decision shows deep mistrust between the intelligence community and the president. the report comes as critics are slamming the nation's intel community. >> intelligence agencies are more powerful than the president himself. the ability to the pill people to the point that the american people's interest to be subverted. these are crimes. these people should go to prison. there must be prosecuted. nicole: reports that members of the tribe campaigned communicate with russian officials that the president needed the real scandal here is that classified information is a legally given i intelligence like candy. very un-american. responding to "the wall street journal" that hard, director of national intelligence issued a statement saying any suggestion that the u.s. intelligence community is withholding information and not providing the best possible intelligence
to the president and national security team is not true. >> president tron backing away from a two state solution to the middle east conflict. the president met with benjamin netanyahu at the white house yesterday. lieberman to pick up that part of the story. >> the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu have known each other for decades but have their first face-to-face meeting with world leaders wednesday at the white house. it has been the policy of administrations past to call for a two state solution in the attempt to navigate the peace process. standing next to benjamin netanyahu, the president up into other possibilities. >> i'm looking at two state in one state and i like the one that is pretty sight. very happy with the one that both parties like. i thought for a web for a web two for a web two state looked like it may be the easier of the two. honestly, if the palestinian --
as israel and palestinians are happy, i'm happy with the one they like best. reporter: israel should be flexible when it comes to the issue of settlement building is a touchy subject to a laugh from benjamin netanyahu. >> would like to see a deal be made. i know that every president would like to, most of them have not targeted to late because they never thought it was possible. it was impossible because they didn't do it. we've known each other a long time. smart man, great negotiator and i think we're going to make a deal. it may be bigger and better deal than people in this room you can understand. that's a possibility. let's see what we do. doesn't sound too optimistic. good negotiator. >> that the art of the deal. reporter: deep suspicion struck by the obama administration and complimented president tron or
the initial sanctions he has levied against iran. back to you in new york. president trump now considering at least four candidates to be his new nominee for labor secretary. from a national labor relations remember peter personnel and alexander acosta appeared former south carolina department of labor licensing and regulation direct your catherincatherin e templeton and professor of labor relations at shooting state university, joseph guzmán. this comes after the ceo of cjd restaurants with you nomination on the eve of his confirmation hearing. labor groups have been criticizing comments about replacing workers with robots and opposition to significant minimum wage hikes. in an exclusive interview, federal reserve president james pollard appeared to take a
different view on future interest rate hikes than that of fed chair janet yellen. >> remark quarter-point rate increases from the fed short term federal funds rate. jim bullard at the st. louis federal reserve bank is talking about one rate hike this year. here's what he told me. >> we think we are operating in a book in a low, real safe interest rate environment. the vicious side that had globally. you don't have to do as much in this environment to keep inflation under control. so we think we are actually in pretty good shape. we have the one increase this year. i'm a lot like gnostic timing on that. so we will see how it evolves as we go through the year. >> as an alternative, there's a way to take the foot off the gas pedal he would favor at some point the fed starting to reduce its $4.5 trillion in bond
holdings. lauren: peter bernstein thank you. north korean dictator kim jong un ordered the assassination of us have rather trained 10. police have arrested after the first dose was taken into custody. women are accused of poisoning him as he waited for a fight at a militia airport monday. >> is sandy was late and well and that he wasn't really a threat to anybody. it seemed of course ahead of anything proving here, perhaps they thought differently. >> south korean official says north korean agents try to kill kim jong nam at least one other time before succeeding earlier this week. >> let's get you caught up overnight. two up, two down. shanghai composite at half of 1% gain for the heads same in hong
kong down half a percent and the cost in south korea done a 10th of 1%. >> we saw that financials, energy, technology all started with down areas. he did have air friends bucking the trend 7%. engineering down 20%. london's ftse down half of 1%. cac down half of 1%. lauren: augustine's 400 points away from 21,000. it has climbed day after day. all three major averages setting five straight days of records. we haven't seen that in 25 years. possibly with the dow down 29 the king of futures s&p down door. nasdaq down to. to put this on perspective, the dow was up 2280-point the election. nicole: we have a weaker dollar down almost half of 1% in the basket of currencies.
oil and gold gaining on the weaker dollar. oil up 9 cents at 5320 down to the last three trading days. gold snapped yesterday come again once again today at 1237 at troy ounce. >> end quote talking about the weak dollar. the only strength here would be the euro, pound and canadian dollar and again are higher this morning versus the dollar. lauren: the 10 year bond yield click tired. 2.48%. workers at a boeing plant in south carolina have voted against joining a union. 3000 overwhelmingly reject an offer from a hard-fought campaign for boeing and that union mounted an intense advertising blitz to than the worker support. south carolina has a right to work state. but with the share price of the company babbling about 9% this year. they will visit tomorrow for the
rollout of the first 787 tree minor. the largest of the most fuel-efficient of the 787 line. train junior reports that verizon and yahoo! are authorized racing talent because of data breaches. after the deal for first reach in july. the original price was $4.8 million but that could be as much as $309 because of breaches that above 1.5 billion accounts. under a new deal, both companies that share future liabilities for the attack. verizon shares sent her% in the past year. shares rose 69% in the past year. nicole: lauren: link to may now have competition. the giant has a job posting feature that allows companies to post of finance. users are able to apply directly to face the simply clicking apply now to the deadly seven applications. although facebook seems to be
improving its website, it does continue to struggle with the major issue on facebook lies. two journalists in a demented general public were shot dead during a facebook live video stream. later that day, fatal shooting of a 2-year-old boy and his 26-year-old relative was also strange. earlier this year, four teenagers kidnapped and tortured they kidnapped and tortured a disabled teenager and streams that live on facebook, too. these incidents are the latest crimes that have occurred on the service. facebook has not commented but they've been singing they stick to their policy year of trying to weed out bad stuff that happens on the network. nicole: stocks to watch. shares rising more than 2% in extended trading after the network reported greater than results first quarter. following nearly 2.5%.
fourth-quarter earnings beat the estimates. sales fell from a year ago. the website with disappointing results hurt by falling hotel in revenue at the higher marketing costs. nicole: present job and lawmakers about late conversations between michelman and russian officials. >> i want to punish russia are interfering even more aggressively than i did today and in a tram person who collaborated with russians should be punished. lauren: you are watching and "fbn:am"
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transferred to the same morning. one more alarm. the relationship between the trump administration and the intelligence community is becoming more strain. "wall street journal" reports intelligence officials have without sensitive information from the president that is concerned it could be late. a spokesman for the office rector of national intelligence denies that allegation. this comes out after trump sent out a treat in thursday intelligence agencies of undermining him. president trump has lost his first cabinet nominee. andrew puzner has withdrawn his company to be labor secretary.
losing support among republican senators because of personal issues that surfaced at his confirmation hearing. a union setback at boeing. nearly three quarters of eligible production workers at boeing south china plant voted yesterday not to join the international association. the union had up hill battle. less than 2% of south carolina workers are union members. lowest rate in the nation trade u.s. stock market futures right now five days in a row of record closes and we haven't seen that since 1992. dow futures down 31. s&p futures down for. learn, that's what's happening now. nicole: lawmakers are demanding answers about contacts between russian officials and members of the trump administration. chief correspondent catherine herrick has the details. >> a government source confirmed the fbi investigation was beyond former national security adviser
mike flynt and included contacts between the trump campaign team and russian officials had confirmation of a broader investigation invokes the bipartisan response on capitol hill. senate minority leader called on the white house to preserve records and keep attorney general jeff sessions out of depression investigations. >> there's real concern that administration transition and campaign officials that have direct ties to russia by deleting e-mails, text and other records that could shine a light on those connected. >> republicans lack clarity, too. >> if there were campaign officials collaborated with russians, that is a big time bad move on their part and i want to punish russia for interfering in our campaign more aggressively than i do today and in a tram person who collaborated with russians should be punished. >> communications between the trump team and russian officials are picked up during routine monitoring. there's no indication at this
time also broken. >> i don't think we need to go through this committee. the u.s. election is a significant issue. we know they were wrestling around with it. i don't think they had impact on the outcome. >> to be a scandalous gossip and information is illegally given out by intelligence eye candy. very un-american. the house intelligence committee said short of condemning the lakes can be used in rhetoric that hearken back to the cold war. >> are a far bigger fish to fry. i would hate to see us go off on a tangent. we are in a global struggle with russia right now, which is trying to dismantle not only are a democracy, but liberal democracy around the world. >> fbi interviewed flynt is into his national security adviser. conversations with the russian ambassador. speeeight interview came after the white house denial that when discussing shins. >> the calls are related to setting up a discussion between president trump in vladimir
putin. >> transcript reviewed by the fbi told the russian ambassador not to overreact to sanctions. those close to think that it makes no promises for a change in policy. more inimical, that to you. lauren: thank you very much. trade to french authorities have a new plan to ball up through the eiffel tower. we will tell you all about it. in sports, golden state warriors bludgeoned sacramento kings with the vile third quarter. while montana star makes good on her super bowl bet to go on a date with their brand of lucky fan. you are watching that transcended, your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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oscar moments on xfinity x1. the oscars, live sunday, february 26th 7eâ4p on abc. nicole: the jackets are warm, but will that stop you hot? the canadian company known for winter coats going public. in $100 million ipo. that number will likely change. the luxury apparel company will trade on the new york stock exchange under the ticker symbol g 00 last. it plans to expand globally. the company recently opened a flagship store right here in new york city. >> let's take a look at the latest in sports. golden state warriors received jerseys last night. warriors are setting for a place to sunday's game. first they must deal with the sacramento kings.
somehow makes the crazy shout with his back to the basket and drives and punches the air in disbelief. cbt that price and check out of the game, giving him a head start to the all-star game. just another night. kingsley by three at the half. third orders that occurred with dunks it aired warriors win 109-86. here's a shot of the night in college action. nine seconds left in the game. mike lewis makes a tough jumper. keep an eye on him. the one-handed prayer and sinks at the buzzer. what a shock. the duke went 96-66. she brought a random fan of twitter that she would go on a date at the new england teacher had somehow won the super bowl. bouchard paid off last night.
she and university of missouri on the chicago went on a date to take on the milwaukee bucks in new york. she paid for everything. despite, hotel room. he never imagined she would actually pay a good >> when she contacted me and all the plants are falling into place, i was surprised. nicole: falling into place. he can also brag he went on a date with the "sports illustrated" swimsuit model. borchard is in the latest issue. look at that green bikini. nicole: boosted security around the base of the eiffel tower. the government plans to build an eight-foot high wall of bulletproof glass to run the famous landmark by the end of the year and order to protect it against a terrorist attack. many french people are offended by the $20 million project.
when paris president called the ata. madness, but remain tight in paris and city officials say the most vulnerable site should get special security measures. 6 million people visit the eiffel tower every year. nicole: coming up, a 7-year-old girl at a very surprising answer. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: is certainly great to have lofty goals he had asked seven the caller bridgwater of england. chloe saw pictures of local offices in california. beanbags, go carts inside and she wanted to work there, so she sent a handwritten letter to google ceo. chloe and her family were blown away when the boss actually answered her mother encouraged her to keep on working hard and follow her dreams. he looks forward to her application when she finishes school. >> i love that he wrote back. a beautiful story. thank you so much for watching today. we'll turn it over to "mornings with maria." good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: had there, ladies. happy thursday morning.
i am maria bartiromo. their stake in 16. fixing them on the east coast. president trump taking a taxi form. laid out ideas with the largest retailers yesterday and highlighted homeport industry is from the economy. >> is very important to the country supporting millions and millions of jobs. probably almost number one. it is number one. there's a lot of confidence in our economy right now. a great confidence level. you've been seeing that in the stock market, businesses. maria: taking a closer look at this morning. tensions rising on russia. secretary of state fits in with his russian counterpart this morning comes as concerns grow about these. "the wall street journal" reporting spies are holding back fo
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