finally, you can now find all of netflix in the same place as all your other entertainment. on xfinity x1. her into breaking news this morning. president barack obama says throughout the nation tries to defend his legacy while donald trump gets ready to "meet the press" this morning. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. >> good morning. i'm cheryl casone and four nicole petallides this morning. exxonmobil chief and secretary of state nominee rex tillerson to face tough questions on his ties to russia and iran. lauren: investors will be watching donald trump's news conference for more details about his economic agenda. he has stock futures are trading
peak averages of up 25 points, nasdaq reaches up six and we could have a fit record in a row for the nasdaq. train to the records on wall street that the stocks recovered recent losses. the cost be rising as samsung hit a record high. and china's shanghai composite ending the session down fractionally nearly 1%. lauren: oil prices last 2%. right now they are putting a percent. cheryl: the 10 year treasury yield holding steady below. lauren: volkswagen cutting $4.3 billion settlement with u.s. regulators over its emission scandal. the company could plead guilty to criminal misconduct as soon as today. train to paris or to paris or pain at the world's largest retailer, wal-mart, expected to announce my job is the same as corporate office. lauren: to red hat houston rockets star loses steam to the
main street victory come in the charlotte hornets. cheryl: 5:01 a.m. on a come to generate 11th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: thanks for joining us, cheryl. good to see you. president obama defended his legacy and called for unity as he delivered his farewell address in his hometown of chicago. mr. obama make it a passing reference to president-elect donald trump. >> in 10 days the world will witness the hallmark of our democracy. no, no, no. the peaceful transfer of power for one freely elected president to the next. lauren: while our progress has been uneven, his states have been strengthened over the past two years. he called on americans to remain at it in politics.
>> if you're tired of arguing with strangers on the internet, try talking with one of them in real life. if something needs fixing, lace up your shoes and do some organizing. [cheers and applause] if you're disappointed by your elected officials, grab a clipboard, get some signatures and run for office yourself. [cheers and applause] lauren: type your shoes and get your clipboard. president among the thing to michelle obama for making the white house a place that belongs to everybody. and he did get teary-eyed on several occasions. cheryl: a big feature of panther the president-elect also busy. donald trump holding its first news conference in six months this morning with his inauguration nine days away. there's been specific topics from trump or his staff but is expected to address questions about repealing upon the care.
confirmation hearings for his appointees and how he plans to separate himself from his business. fox business john roberts reporting trample announces date for va secretary. fox business is going to have live coverage and analysis. president-elect news conference starts at 11:00 a.m. eastern time and will also have a live report in a few minutes on the transition. the conference is well paid senate confirmation hearings for president-elect trump's cabinet pay. exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson chosen to become secretary of state is expected to be questioned today about his ties to russia and iran. meanwhile, senator jeff sessions, nominee for attorney general went before the committee yesterday. peter burns picked up a part of the story. reporter: democrats grilling jeff sessions on guns, immigration and civil rights, including allegations in 1986 and sessions is up for a federal
judgeship but he made racist remarks and called the naacp and the aclu un-american. sessions address the charges head on. >> sometimes many people do have religious views that are an amicable to the public safety of the united states. i do not want to have a resolution that suggested that could not be a fact and the vetting process before someone is admitted. but i have no policemen do not support the idea that muslims as a religious group should be denied admission to the united states. reporter: for nominees are in today. sessions as well as the other hearing yesterday. retired marine -- the senate will hear from exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson to be the next secretary of state and former bush labor secretary elaine chao to be transportation secretary.
shkreli south carolina, and house doing ruth to that. for 22-year-old white supremacy showed never by showing jurors i still feel like i had to do it. teresa liberated for three hours before delivering the death sentence. mervyn grimm praised the verdict. >> how do you justify saving one life when he took nine? and in such a brutal fashion, with no room morris. he just took them away from us because he wanted to. he decided the date of an hours of the moment that my sister was going to die and as someone is going to do the same for him. trim to roof faces a trial in which he could also face the death penalty. treated through that statement was powerful. a painting with police officers
as pigs is a tug-of-war at the capitol. democratic and republican lawmakers took turns reading in and removing the yard yesterday. duncan hunter was the first removed the painting last week because it disparaged police officers. that's what he said. yesterday morning the congressional black caucus rehung at, but it didn't stay there for long. it was taken out to my times by republicans but for a democratic congressman lacy clay rehung it for a third time last night. [inaudible] when you think about the stability and the decorum of the house -- [inaudible] we are reduced to taking the paintings off the wall. translate it is supposed to be on display until the summer. trade today may have other things they need to work on rate
now. just a thought. volkswagen closer to putting its emission scandal in the rearview mirror this morning. the automaker has negotiated a $4.3 billion settlement with u.s. regulators to resolve a lengthy probe to its admissions cheating scandal along with penalty by the debut of plead guilty to criminal misconduct charges and be subject to an independent monitor the next three years. the settlement comes days after authorities arrested a vw executive playing a central role in the emissions cover-up. oliver schmidt not a fbi agents in miami over the weekend. he's due back in court tomorrow. tree into the sky you cut up a global market action overnight. the nikkei in japan getting a third of 1%. the hang seng in hong kong a .8% in the cost in south korea. samsung at 3% pay the cost at 1.5%. the shanghai composite down 20%.
cheryl: as you can see all greener is potentially following the lead of the u.s. the ftse 100 of 15. cac in paris at 7.5 in germany's dax had 26 points. lauren: the nasdaq could be up for the seventh day in a row of five points in the premarket. we keep a record close after record close for the nasdaq. dow futures at 24. tree into key commodities right now. look at oil. staying steady above the $50 fine. we will see if opec's meeting has been a change on that. gold is up about 260 right now. lauren: jeffrey gundlach with liz claman to discuss what's ahead for the financial markets and the incoming administration. gundlach spoke about the market reaction since donald trump won the election. >> a little bit strange how people change their attitude so quickly.
i don't think i've seen such a 180 degrees turn and sediment covering politics or financial markets. i wonder if it will last because it is not linear. lauren: on main street from the small business optimum number was -- he does not think the euro will survive and he would be surprised if the currency last another five years. cheryl: britain had a hand in that. looking to wal-mart at home, wal-mart planning a new round of job cuts. "the wall street journal" says the retailer will eliminate 1000 jobs that were the end of january is the job cuts. wal-mart spent about 1000 jobs. the retailer is working to maintain profits as it deals with challenges from the likes of amazon hurting many brick-and-mortar companies. lauren: that is the seem to been seen a few years now. burke is one of the stocks we
are watching. up 3% after the drug maker said the food and drug administration has agreed to a speedy review of one of the long cancer treatments. ford shares rising after special division expects profitability to improve next year. we also watched earnings as they come after the close today. the homebuilder to report lower earnings per share a year ago but higher revenues. cheryl: here's a look this morning in the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the first one of america's fastest growing blog category has echoes of the subprime loan crisis. her mouth and energy conscious moments are growing rapidly across the u.s. lenders cared little about creditworthiness and contractors function as low brokers. this headline. can revlon regain his lost luster. the new ceo plays big changes at the company which has saved the struggle to stay rather than in
the preference for niche projects. independent brands sold in stores, online sales than that for a fact. states are telling drivers to avoid the urge to merge. studies show waiting until the last minute to march can use traffic and construction zones. for a state so drivers to practice late merging also known as the zipper merge. that's what it's called. construction zones and the enclosures. opponents say that's a safety risk. i've always thought it was better to get in early. lauren: i hate when people match at the last minute. donald trump repairs at a news conference as an explosive yet unconfirmed report claims russia may have dirt on hand. we are going live to trump tower and a bit. you are watching "fbn:am."
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lauren: good morning to you in this this wednesday. let's get caught up on what's happening at 5:15 a.m. eastern time. presidenpresiden t-elect told his first news conference. a hot topic how it plans to separate himself from his business. he's also expected to field questions about repealing up on the cared and accusations that i should try to meddle in the presidential election. meanwhile on capitol hill, confirmation hearings for trump cabinet picks continue today. exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson the nominee for secretary of state appears before the senate relations committee. he will likely face questions about his ties to russia and
iran. volkswagen says it is very close to a settlement with u.s. government over its emission scandal. german automaker will plead guilty to criminal charges and pay $4.3 billion to settle accusations that raised more than half a million u.s. cars for software to cheat the emissions standards. let's check in and see how the market is ahead of the news conference six hours from now. dow futures at 20 points. s&p futures that not even a point and nasdaq trying to do another record close getting fixed this morning. cheryl: investors writing for the news conference from donald trump this morning. mr. trump going before reporters today. this is his first news conference days before taking office. we haven't seen a news conference in six months. this is also happening is explosive yet unconfirmed reports claiming russia may have dirt on him. peter doocy life outside of trump tower with the latest.
peter. reporter cheryl, ahead of the first formal press conference since winning the election coming to trump team is pushing back hard against these unverified reports a sign above the document that admits is unverifiable that the russian government has dirt on the president-elect. due to a political witchhunt and into the counselor to kellyanne conway explained it like this. >> nothings been confirmed. i have to say regardless of your party or if you don't like politics at all, they should be concerned that intelligence officials leaked the prize and won't go until the president-elect of the president of the united states but the information is. they would rather tell the press. >> the press report was about them going to the president. >> and says they never briefed him on it.
reporter: even though these reports are unconfirmed, unverified, democratic senator al franken at the attorney general designee jeff sessions about the confirmation hearing yesterday. >> without bulging sensitive information, you know about this or know what compromising personal financial information the russians claim to have? >> senator franken, allegations made about candidates all the time and president-elect trump. most of them have been proven to be exaggerated or untrue. >> in addition to answering questions about this, the president-elect is expected to tell us to the va secretary nominee is. sherilyn lauren. >> a big announcement. peter doocy led the trump tower. thank you. big news day today.
rockets look like they're blown away. let's jump back to the fourth quarter. all the way back preferring kaminsky trails a three pointer from the wing. florida takes a one-point lead in the team is fired up under a minute left. tries to land in. that seals it. 121-114. the cavaliers facing the judge. bake in this debut for the cavaliers after being traded from atlanta this week. the first in uniform in the locker. lebron james catastrophe hand. first he massacred from the land and then he runs and hammer said. moments later makes another three up by two. gordon hayward dales of three. when 100-92. college basketball ranked number
one for the first time in school history. the bears quickly find out how tough it is on all west virginia's first half. the mountaineers gets the ball underneath and finishes with west virginia. the fans are upset. second half takes a path that makes the easy chairs. west virginia takes don baylor 89-68. what is seen. lauren: this is quite a scene, too. massive flooding forces thousands of people to leave their homes in california after powerful storms continue to drop storms. the stream weather center with your forecast for today. cheryl doesn't know how to dress anymore. she stood in her weather out the night. reporter: i don't blame you. we'll go from a temperature singer freezing temperatures to springlike.
tomorrow in the northeast. 46 in new york. 42 in raleigh. 60 degrees tomorrow in new york city. see the temperature change a dumpling cheryl. it's been like this all winter long. we could deal with the snow storm this weekend. we do have is to exit in the northeast and the last day will focus on the west as the of these storms will be this week which is great news. they've received a ton of raid, incredible amounts of snow upwards of 10 feet of snow. we still have blizzard warnings across the sierra and towards the rockies, and to the central plants in the forecast precipitation upwards of 46 inches across the mountainous regions at the end is near as we get towards the end things will start to dry out and hopefully put a dent in the forecast. future radar, some energy will come across the central u.s. the battle between the cold air and very warm air so the threat for an ice storm very real for
part of the central u.s. we can see anywhere for a quarter of an inch to half an inch of ice in some of these vulnerable areas. that is the big stories to get into friday and saturday. a snowstorm for the northeast this weekend. back to you. so confusing. >> lovely commute monday morning. tanks for that. cheryl: much love. back out. coming up, donald trump preparing for his first news conference as president elect. and it is the end of an era. president barack obama says farewell and tries to defend his legacy. >> in 10 days the world will witness a hallmark of our democracy. [booing] >> no, no, no. the peaceful transfer of power from one freely elected president to the next.
[cheers and applause] cheryl: the list of the transition of power. wal-mart set to announce my job as does my job cuts is to shift his focus to online sales. details on that. good news conference when the markets are watching it. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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investors will be watching donald trump's news conference closely for details of his economic agenda. taking a step like a futures ahead of our open about, also slightly open. the cost be rising 1.5% assume some shares hit a record high. the shanghai composite sell about three quarters of 1%. lauren: oil prices another 3% on concerns about oversupply right now. again this morning of 47 cents. cheryl: -- cheryl: volkswagen confirming it has cut a $4.3 billion deal with u.s. regulators over its emission scandal. companies could plead guilty to misconduct as soon as today. cheryl: more pain at the biggest retailer. wal-mart reportedly set to announce many more job cuts. cheryl: in sports, red hat
houston rockets gym hard in the two the ninth straight big break down in the charlotte hornets. although highlights coming up. lauren: sure well. 5:32. wednesday, the 11th of january. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. donald trump holds his first news conference in about six months this morning with his inauguration now just nine days away. there have been no specific topics from trump or his staff companies expect it to address questions about the repeal of obamacare. confirmation hearings for cabinet appointees and how he plans to separate himself from his businesses. fox news john roberts reported he will announce his pick for va secretary as well. fox business wildlife coverage and analysis of resident electrons news conference at 11:00 a.m. eastern. we will bring it to you. cheryl: donald trump's news conference coming as an
explosive yet unconfirmed report claims that russia may have turned on him. the president-elect responding to reports the intelligence committee briefed him using a non-verified document to make the case russian officials had gathered her in hand. the alleged document admits that the document text can't be confirmed here. @real donald trump said it's a total witchhunt and his top advisor, kellyanne conway dismissed the story. >> nothings been confirmed. as an american citizen regardless of your party or if you don't like politics at all, you should be concerned that intelligence officials leaked to the press and will go until the present midnight the united states what the information is. they would rather tell the press. >> the press report was about then go into the president. >> is that they never briefed him on it.
cheryl: for their part, the reuters staff response from the kremlin's morning where officials are dismissing documents alleging to show dirt on the president-elect is an attempt to damage u.s. and russian relations. officials say the documents are a fabrication. lauren: senate confirmation hearings for john cabinet picks. chosen to be trump secretary of state is expected to be questioned about his ties to russia and iran. senator jeff sessions, trump's nominee for attorney general went before the senate judiciary committee for many hours. peter burns picked up a part of the story for us. >> jeff sessions on guns, immigration and civil rights including allegations in 1986 in sessions with a federal judgeship that he made racist remarks and called the naacp and aclu un-american. sessions address the charges head on. >> sometimes found in the
majority that many people have religious views that are an amicable to the public safety of the united states. i did not want to have a resolution suggested that could not be a factor in the vetting process before someone is admitted. i have no belief in do not support the idea that muslims as a religious group should be denied admission to the united states. >> mark trump nominees and confirmation today. we'll go into the second day as though the other hearing that began yesterday. general john kelley of secretary of homeland security. the senate will also hear from exxonmobil ceo rex to listen to be the next secretary of state and former bush labor secretary elaine chao to be transportation secretary. back to you in new york. cheryl: president obama has defended his legacy and is calling for unity as he delivered his farewell address last night in his hometown of
chicago. mr. obama only made a passing reference to president-elect donald trump. >> in 10 days, the world will witness a hallmark of our democracy. [booing] >> no, no, no, no. the peaceful transfer of power from one freely elected president to the next. [applause] >> president obama said while progress has been uneven, his faith in america has only been strengthened the past eight years. he called on americans to remain active in politics. >> if you're tired of arguing with strangers on the internet, try talking with one of them in real life. if something needs fixing, do some organizing. [cheers and applause] if you are disappointed by your elected officials, grab a clipboard, get some signatures
and run for office yourself. cheryl: president obama think first lady michelle obama for making the white house a place that belongs to everybody. something was missing. lauren: sochaux was studying for a big exam. cheryl: school first. lauren: deliver it has been sentenced to death. 32 of my september showed no remorse, telling jurors in his closing statement i still feel like i had to do it. jurors to liberate it for three hours before delivering the death sentence. grouping grand's' history of the verdict is justice. >> justifies saving one life when he took time. it is such a brutal fashion, with no remorse. he just took them away from us. because he wanted to. he decided to date, our karma
moment my sister was going to die en masse someone is going to do the same for him. >> you could also face the death penalty. >> a student painting depicting police officers but the tug of war. lawmakers took turns removing then we hanging. republican congressman was the first to remove the painting painted the spanish police officers. yesterday morning the congressional black caucus rehung up a stay for long. taken not to mark times and we hung out for a third time last night. >> when you think about the stability and the decorum of the house of representatives in the institution has really gone down
in my opinion. being reduced to taking a painting off the wall. train to the painting is supposed to be on display until the summer. lauren: or maybe not. volkswagen now closer to putting the omission scandal in the rearview mirror. the german maker says its maker says it's negotiated a $4.3 billion settlement for u.s. authorities to resolve a probe into its emissions shooting along with the penalty, the debut of the guilty to conduct charges and be subject to an independent monitor over the next three years for the settlement comes days after authorities arrested a vw executive accused of playing a central role in the omission scarborough. oliver schmidt nabbed by the fbi in miami over the weekend. he is due back in court tomorrow and there is talk that the debut despite the scandal could take the world's top automaker crown from toyota.
cheryl: people have short memories when it comes to recall some issues. let's be honest. let's get caught up a global market action overnight. asia market expects for the most part in the green. catastrophe all higher. cost is 1.5%. shanghai in chinatown 20%. lauren: volkswagen shares have been in a state of germany and backs. a third of 1%. caci two tenths of 1% in the first day in london also higher. cheryl: is a witness to close yesterday, and nervousness about mr. trump's beach today. we will see how that affects markets at 9:30 a.m. eastern time. s&p up just a fraction. nasdaq up by five. cheryl: but will he say, what will he not say? where the 43 cents. 5125 a barrel. cap cofounder sitting down with
their own liz claman on countdown to the closing bell to discuss the financial markets and the incoming trump administration. donald trump won the presidential election. >> a little bit strange about how people change their attitude so quickly. and politics are financial markets. i wonder if that will last because it's not linear. cheryl: primark also tell him as he doesn't think the euro is going to survive and he would be surprised if it lasts another five years. lauren: good interview. wal-mart planning another round of job cuts. "the wall street journal" reporting that will eliminate a thousand jobs for the end of the month is because shifts shift to online operations. it wasn't too long ago in september when wal-mart cut 7000
jobs. these latest reductions will reportedly be corporate jobs and to show how the retailer is trying to maintain profits as it goes with the challenges from the likes of amazon.com. cheryl: everybody dealing with that one certainly. coming up, a look at the hot wheels at the detroit auto show. this is not your father's minivan anymore. we will tell you and show you why. all been from the latest company facing a possible boycott because of politics. we will have that story for you. the index futures as we go to break. the dow, s&p and nasdaq looking slightly higher. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. no, i picked the wrong insurance company. with new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car plus depreciation. liberty mutual insurance.
cheryl: 5:45 a.m. here in new york. president-elect donald trump holds its first news conference since his election today. the hot topic expected to be ) to separate himself from his business. it's business. it does expect to field questions about repealing upon the cared and accusations that russia tried to meddle in the election. the massacre to be a today finally. capitol hill confirmation hearings from trump's cabinet picks from 51. appearing before the senate or in relations committee. he is likely going to face questions about ties to russia
and iran. volkswagen saying the u.s. government over its omission scandal. the german not a maker says it will plead guilty to criminal charges and pay 4.3 billion to settle accusations of within half a million u.s. diesel vehicles to achieve emissions standards. checking the stock market futures ahead of your opinions on this wednesday. pointing to a slightly higher open. the dow, nasdaq and s&p in the great david dowd 19, s&p by one, and that is what is happening now. boring. lauren: albion signature duck boots continues to surge. the company facing a boycott after it was revealed monday being gave $60,000 to a proton super pac. and all my group calling for people to stop shopping at the store and albion as was on and say the money was the private and personal contribution.
the group says it will back down on the boycott if and only if the company removes bended beating from the sport. monopoly replacing iconic game pieces with the munchies and hash type. a sign of the times. for the first time in the 82 year history, monopoly maker hasbro leading maker hasbro letting the internet choose the eight new figures. cashier about. more than 50 new options to choose from. although the old tokens like the top that are still on the table. the new version hits store shelves in the fall. it will cost about 20 bucks. cheryl: and voting for the rollerskates so i can just skate across the game and win. lauren: so you can when digital money? lauren: one special little boy got his wish was sold by amazon. 8-year-old and think they have been battling kidney cancer for years, which is largely kept in stock at hospitals or at home.
his only source of excitement has been a online shopping where he can order robots from his favorite retailer, amazon. they invited him to their fulfillment center unix were employers nature had an extra special eighth birthday and included a tour, treasure hunts and it got to go through all that. lauren: that's a beautiful story. good luck to him and his family. in sports, the houston rockets star leads his team to the ninth of tour in a row beating the charlotte hornets. we will show you highlights. an ice storm has hit the midwest that you use it east it almost feels like spring. janis siegel had her forecast coming out. looking aboard korean air as for the nasdaq today. nasdaq futures at five points. dow futures at 16. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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built for security. built for business. cheryl: the 2017 detroit auto show wowing us once again. free hot new cars that we have actually seen so far. take a look at the honda 2018 odyssey minivan stocked with new technology. it's got a back seat cameras you can keep an eye on your kids. the minivan's coolest feature, and magic side second phase which makes getting to the third row a lot easier. then you've got the 2017 toyota camry including advanced safety technology and the new dare we say design. lauren: i like it. cheryl: finally, the volkswagen group introduced the crossover nearly 11 inches longer and it's got 57 more inches -- 57% more
cargo space. it are to have a lot before. lauren: i actually liked i actually like that minivan. it's a terribly sad that? apparently millennial as like minivans. trained to be other stuff we like to carry around. we need it. lauren: the ninth win in a row. the defender steps back. rocket gasparino. second-quarter up the hornets turnovers. throwing the alley up. since at home. rockets look like they are pulling away. the hornets, the way back. frank kaminsky drills the three pointer from the wing. corn is taking the lead five points and is fired up. under a minute left of the game, drives the lane and get the land. that seals it. the rockets hold on to win 121-114. the 11th triple-dotriple-do uble of the season.
in utah, cavalier space into jazz. kyl korver of making his debut for the cavaliers after being traded from atlanta this week it is as fresh uniform in the locker. he nails the three from the wing. in transition he runs the floor it just hammers it. later he steals the ball and makes another three. cavaliers up by two in the third. , not enough. late third quarter from behind the arc and nails the three. the chaska went to win 100-92. college basketball now, drew scott ranks number one. forget this. the first time in school history they are taking on west virginia. they could find out how tough it is on top. on west virginia first half. kevin myers gets the ball underneath and finishes. west virginia i paid. the second half all of him. takes the past, makes that even again.
west virginia takes down number one taylor 89-68. what i see in. cheryl: speaking of scenes, massive flooding worsened dozens of people to leave their homes in california as powerful as arms and heavy rain across the region. janice dan blather and the fox extreme weather center with your wednesday forecast rough going for the month of california. reporter: absolutely. the good news is we'll try out starting friday. just have to get to the next 48 hours across the west. current temperatures, cheryl mentioning she doesn't know what to wear these days. i don't mean you, girlfriend. 45 in new york. we will flirt with 60 degrees tomorrow. the warm across central and southern u.s. and the temperatures will remain cold across the northern tier of the country. the temperature change in some cases a 20-degree difference in the same paper called the rail to sink into question the
biggest on system x in the northeast. a little bit of inclement weather across the ring plane and the west still watching the west we have seen nearly a foot of rain and up to 10 feet of snow across the mountains with this, what we call the pineapple express. tropical moisture surging in from the pacific. the sierra winter servant isaac on a winter storm warning across northern and central rockies. still looking at her past precipitation of four to six inches across the mountains. things will improve starting friday. a lot of snow here. flash flooding, avalanches or install an issue as we head into the weekend. the ice storm because it got this battle between the cold air to the north and the warm air to the south ,-com,-com ma moisture from the gulf of mexico, we could see a very significant ice storm for several states across the central u.s. on friday and saturday in monday. the crippling ice trend could be in stores the people need to be on alert. we will keep you up-to-date on
the fox news extreme weather center. cheryl: dangerous for oklahoma and texas. black ice is a frightening thing. lauren: thank you, janice. a look at how futures are doing a few hours ahead of trump's first press conference. dow futures checking on seven points and the nasdaq up with another record high. can we do five in a row? we will see. you are watching "fbn:am." und. file your taxes for free with credit karma tax.
those stood, maria bartiromo good morning. >> happy to be back in seat good to see you good morning see you in a little bit hi thank so much being with us us happy wednesday i am maria bartiromo wednesday, january 11 top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast, president-elect donald trump meets the press, he will hold his first news conference since july, expected that he will announce picks for secretary of veterans affairs full coverage on fox business network anticipating that conference right now confirmation process continues for key cabinet positions exxonmobil rex tillerson gearing up for grilling after senator jeff sessions marathon hearing yesterday president obama farewell to american people toutdz accomplishments looks toward incoming administration main contains could democracy he is a is.