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Aug 16, 2013 2:30pm PDT
thought you might have spent that time in cambodia. , what i bea look prepared to defend him? even george w. bush. from june of 2011. [speaking french] >> a colorful character trying to pass off one animal as another? >> that is not a lien. -- lion. hold on a minute. the zoo has since shot down. maybe not, and. >> more news coming up very shortly. of course, the latest from egypt. curfew inwith a 08/16/13 08/16/13 [captioning made possible by democracy now!] >> from pacifica, this is democracy now! >> if you look at the reports, even the disclosures that mr. snowden has put forward, all of the stories that have been written, what you're not reading about is the government actually abusing these programs. and listening in on people's phone calls or inappropriately reading people's e-mails. >> days after president obama
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May 16, 2014 2:30pm PDT
have this sort of game. >> and the novel was written by george simon, who is incredibly well-known around the world. why did you choose this particular book? where i stole it from. everybody when it gets to the , you get to the house, you go to the toilet, and you start reading it, you can't stop. i knew him for years and he told me, why don't you want to shoot the film in three weeks? i searched for a very short novel, and it was this one. >> i have heard that you're all in making an adaptation of a heavyweight of french literature. are you building up to that? knows what will happen. happen?nows what will there is a long scene at the end it becomesild, and unsure at the end. that is why the care her his name -- that is why the character is named julie on. you work in english-language cinema quite consistency. we cite even james bond and the grand put it best hotel. currently, you are in another film. >> doing another -- not a french ambassador, but an ambassador of roman empire. he was very close to the queen. anymore,t the queen and there is a moment where he falls in love with
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Apr 21, 2014 2:30pm PDT
riffo of george washington university has written about the car and the era. shrewd, in some sense manipulative advertising, suggesting that an automobile represents youstatus and your personality -- it's not just a way to get around -- aided the appeal. and of course, the possibility that you could trade in your old car and buy a chevy on time made it much more possible for gm to challenge ford. they had better looks and convenience, yes. well, what more is there in life than those two things? william knudsen, who headed the chevrolet division, who had worked for ford, recognized that there was a stigma, as he put it, in using cheap goods that look cheap. there would be an opportunity to sell the chevrolet by making it look a little classier than the model t. the chevy wouldn't look cheap as the model t was beginning to do. the chevy would make you proud, make you stand out! schoumher: for a while, henry ford stood his ground with the model t. the man whose name meant efficiency around the world couldn't believe that americans could choose gm's style over ford's substance. he said
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Nov 13, 2013 2:30pm PST
sailing downhill into destruction. this is how george grosz saw berlin in his work funeral procession of 1918-- a city on the verge of chaos. in france, the sequel to victory was a period of stability. in this era of reconstruction, many artists who had been involved with cubism before 1914 injected into their work a new realism and order. fernand leger was one of these. his painting, mechanical elements, is an image of the machine not as destroyer, but as the precise, yet infinitely powerful tool with which a new france would be built. it was at this point picasso remade his links with the classical past. matisse continued to paint untroubled evocations of life in the south of france. in germany, the sequel to defeat was revolution-- a bitter struggle between nationalists and revolutionaries. grosz's observations of nationalist brutality made him one of the left's most powerful propagandists. "i felt the ground shaking beneath my feet," he said. "and the shaking was visible in my work." his caricatures of weimar germany reject a society depraved by greed and power. grosz's
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Jan 13, 2014 2:30pm PST
george clooney. the prize for best foreign- language film was given to an italian film. 26 awards are handed out each year. they are seen as an important but not always accurate prequel to the oscars. >> let's get some of the latest business headlines. our business editor is here with us in the studio. airplane sales and the dogfight between europe's airbus and america's boeing. >> battle in the skies. you could call it a tie for 2013. airbus announced it had a record-breaking year with orders for more than 1500 planes. they beat boeing in terms of orders. boeing racked up only 1355 orders. in terms of actual deliveries, the american playmaker beat airbus -- the american airplane maker beat airbus. they dominate the passenger plane market. their order books are filled for years to come. the backlog is long. reports --ere were earlier, our reporter asked airbus's chief operating officer about the risk. >> they aren't expecting to receive the aircraft tomorrow. airlines have a well considered and well developed plan about what planes they need for which mission and which destination. th
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Feb 24, 2014 2:30pm PST
argued in the thirties-- issues passed down, literally, from father to son. president george bush sent congress a bill that would allow banks to provide a variety of financial services, echoing the potion his father, senator prescott bush, had taken 40 years before. congressman john dingell jr., chairman of the house energy and commerce committee, asked whether giving banks more freedom wasn't asking for economic trouble, the same concern his father, congressman john dingell sr., had voiced over 50 years before. my daddy taught me there's no educational value in the second kick of the mule. i've tried to learn from others' mistakes. the banks propose to rush out and get into many businesses. wouldn't the bush banking bill open the door for banks to speculate in new business with federally-insured deposits, just as s&ls did? we're not talking about taking insured deposits from banks and going into the securities business or the insurance business. what you do is you build these walls that say no insured deposits can hop over from the bank to fund any kind of risk-taking, any activities
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Dec 20, 2013 2:30pm PST
addition. >> that was kate moody. coming up, george a smith will bring us the latest news from africa. she will focus on the crucial presidential election in madagascar, and we will go live to our reporter on the ground. >> hello, and welcome to web news, where we take a look at what has been hitting online headlines. show, a toy today's wolf becomes a protest in hong kong. bank'sopean central online game commemorating the new bank note and an actual car made entirely out of legos. based on the little red riding hood fairytale, a stuffed wolf at ikea. there is nothing subversive about it, if the cuddly toy has become a symbol of the opposition movement after one through one of the chief executive on december 9. it was a conscious choice of projectile. critics have long nicknamed the head in hong kong the wolves. they say he is a puppet with the fed pulling the strings. plus the word for wolf found similar to a profanity in the cantonese highlight. it is no surprise the wolf has sold out in hong kong. a social media hit. it has its own facebook page, and as we can see from these photos
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Dec 12, 2013 2:30pm PST
and should most definitely be ignored. former u.s. president george bush, sr., in office between has now joined twitter. he has posted just one tweet so far, paying tribute to nelson mandela and saying how sorry he was not to have been able to attend tuesday's memorial service in soweto. he is the third american president and the first republican one to join the microblogging site, after barack obama and bill clinton. harlem shake ♪ >> youtube has released its rewind 2013, a mash-up tribute to this year's most popular and memorable videos. all those viral videos creating a buzz over the last 12 months, like the one that brought us the harlem shake. it is a roundup up of what web users were watching in 2013. >> ♪ like this. 12/12/13 12/12/13 [captioning made possible by democracy now!] >> from pacifica, this is democracy now! >> we want to confirm that he is really gone and no longer with us. >> as thousands way for hours to pay their last respects to nelson mandela, we go to johannesburg, south africa to speak with longtime anti- apartheid activist ronnie kasrils who helped found
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Nov 20, 2013 2:30pm PST
within the modern contours of hammered metal. gilbert and george appear in their own paintings, a pair of artists romping through an unreal media world. postmodern is a new way of saying modern, this kind of new culture that represents absence of distinction between originality and reproduction and the idea that you go to the past, uncloak the past, remake the past, in order to say something new. for today's artists, the problem seems to be, what new is there to say? in a vanitasive style, pat steir takes the traditional still life genre and fragments her painting into 64 separate frames. the range of styles presents an encapsulated course in the history of western art. boldly invoking the classical tradition, carlo maria mariani has painted looking into celestial mirror. the artist self-consciously winks at his postmodern audience, a public fully aware of the ironies of reciting the heroic past in an unheroic age. here julia paolini presents art looking at art-- two replicas of the most famous of greek sculptures, the venus de milo, mirror each other. beauty studies beauty in order to
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Feb 10, 2014 2:30pm PST
economic advisers. george humphrey was secretary of the treasury. they didn't always agree. he used to say when arthur burns came, "here comes arthur with his kit of tools." he meant his tools for dealing with the recession. at various times he got out of line. humphrey got out of eisenhower's line by saying, "increasing expenditures in a recession is really a terrible thing." he was more in the hoover image. he quickly got back into line. ike's forecast showed unemployment climbing past 6% during the winter of 1954, the highest level since the depression. millions of workers were idle. eisenhower went to the people to urge confidence. he predicted the economy would improve. he promised spending programs if it didn't. he was ready to take action, but didn't have to. if you keep tax rates stable, then the revenue will fall when the economy falls because people have less income. the revenue will rise when the economy rises because people will have more income. that stabilizes the economy. some expenditures will rise in a recession, unemployment compensation, for example. we at the committee
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Dec 31, 2013 2:30pm PST
hostage in cameroon has been freed. georges vandenbeusch had been held prisoner by the group boko haram. held,er 48 days being georges vandenbeusch is finally free. priest spoke of his weeks in captivity. there was the anger of being separated, but i told myself a keeping mele were and i was praying that everything would be ok. >> tuesday, his release was confirmed with a statement on the website. paris's was a sign of resolve. >> it shows we should never lose hope for our hostages. in order to ensure their safe release, there are two conditions. government's steadfast determination and its discretion. >> georges vandenbeusch had been working in cameroon since 2011. gunmen -- 15 gunmen erskine to his compound. some of his belongings were later found in nigeria. france denied reports that it paid ransom for his release. to arrive in due paris wednesday, greeted by his family and the french president area -- and the french president . >> we will have more on that story. i am joined by an analyst who specializes in the middle east and north africa. thank you for being with us. comesood new
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Nov 11, 2013 2:30pm PST
time for the holidays during a german company has unveiled a royal baby look- alike chris and george -- christened george. it is not a replica. it is just a new doll to commemorate his birth. about 57 yours for euros if you are interested. >> thanks. that was the day's business news. time now for a tour. september, they visited a host of locations with extreme characters on the tunisian island of turbo. this monday, they bring us the reports from tunis. >> you join us in tunis, capital of the country at the forefront of the arab revolt. there have been divisions and anxiety over where the country is headed. the barbed wire remains at the epicenter of tunisia's uprising. three years old and the population is still ranting on the model for the future. >> they have the right to knowledge. it can be journalists, lawyers, judges, doctors, whatever they want. in choosing those. they organize study sessions with friends. >> rebuilding the country is a collective effort a stone hard work from people of both sectors. she says the only signs are positive. >> the country is slowly starting to i
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Jul 9, 2014 2:30pm PDT
completely fabricated story. the daily mail newspaper has ton forced to apologize george clooney after publishing an eyesore that says that the family of his wife to be opposes their marriage plans. aorge clooney is engaged to london-based lawyer, the paper alleged that the 36-year-old's opposes the marriage to actor on religious grounds. george clooney says that by publishing it, the daily mail was inciting violence. let's get a reminder of our top stories on "france vingt-quatre ." israel's operation protective ofe has led to the deaths hundreds in gaza, including women and children. calling for restraint, the united states, european union and united states -- united states and european union call for an end to hostilities -- and in the latest world cup action, the battle between the european and south american teams tonight -- argentina and the netherlands squared off for a face -- to face in the finals -- to face each other in the finals. kate moodie joins me with a big shakeup at the vatican bank. a the vatican has announced french financier as they continue to clean up their busi
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Mar 10, 2014 2:30pm PDT
could spend liberally on things like education and medical research and highways. when george w. bush won the presidency, he, too, believed we could have it all, so he started with a big tax cut. across-the-board tax relief does not happen often in washington, d.c. in fact, since world war ii, it has happened only twice -- president kennedy's tax cut in the '60s and president reagan's tax cuts in the 1980s. and now it's happening for the third time. and it's about time. schoumacher: but was it about time, or was history about to repeat itself? terror attacks on the united states in 2001 caused the bush presidency to respond with increased homeland security and a war on terrorism, starting with the invasion of afghanistan. defense spending rose accordingly. the budget surpluses that had been projected assumed continuing growth in the stock market. people sold stocks, get capital gains, have to pay the government taxes on the capital gains. all of a sudden the stock market collapses and that disappears, so tax cut, increase defense and homeland security, and an economy which beganto go-
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Jan 6, 2014 2:30pm PST
theped fastest-growing major european economy this year, but british finance minister george osborne says 2014 will be a year of hard truths. he has flagged more cuts when it comes to welfare. he says he wants to/12 billion pounds off of the welfare budget in the two years that followed the next election, coming at a time when there are increasing calls to the more people -- more money into people's pockets after years of austerity, but he says it is not the time to get complacent. >> for the first time in a long time, there is a real sense britain is on the rise. jobs are being created. the deficit is coming down. that brings its own risks. as we start the new year, i want to warn you about a dangerous new complacency in our politics at the moment. >> at the same time, u.s. treasury secretary jack lew is getting ready to visit europe with a different message. he will travel to france, germany, and portugal this week, and an american official says he will call on the governments that can to do more to support veiled seen as a thinly usage to germany to hike up spending. he will also
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Jan 27, 2014 2:30pm PST
. after 29 pennants in 44 years, winning had moved out of reach. in 1972, george steinbrenner came to new york. steinbrenner, a wealthy shipbuilding executive, was used to winning and winners. i can't buy a newspaper without paying a lot more than i used to. how much would steinbrenner pay to bring winning baseball back to yankee stadium? $300,000 for catfish hunter, after hunter's contract was declared void on a fluke. and he hired the man some thought was the best manager in baseball, billy martin. by 1975, attendance was up more than 50%, and the yankees were back in the world series. but they lost that series four straight to cincinnati's big red machine. there it goes. the final score, 7-2. we were the second best team in baseball. that's nothing to be ashamed of. i shouldn't be critical. the yankees still lacked what ruth, di maggio, and mantle gave them-- a slugging outfielder who could put the ball into the seats and fans into the stands. in 1976, that meant reggie jackson. jackson was clearly the biggest prize in that first free agent market. with 282 home runs in 10 years, h
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Jan 1, 2014 2:30pm PST
that father georges, who will tell you himself -- that he had to stay faithful to his beliefs and his religion in order to survive his capture. express, in the name of all french people, our joy to have him back and our admiration for him. >> he was kidnapped in mid- november by a group of gunmen in northern cameroon and taken across the border to nigeria here he was held for 48 days before being released on tuesday . the radical islamist movement boko haram claimed responsibility for the abduction . each time french hostages are freed, there is speculation about whether a ransom was paid. hollande did not provide details on the release, but france theyenied all reports that handed over ransom money in exchange for the priests freedom -- the priest's freedom. >> citizens from bulgaria can now walk -- work freely across the european union. they joined the eu in 2007, but until now have had to apply for special paperwork to work in other member states. >> they have been members of the eurozone for seven years, but until now have not enjoyed the same rights as other members. citizens of
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Aug 9, 2013 2:30pm PDT
of the former prime minister who was unhurt. a suicide bomber killed 38 people at a funeral. george and henry brown have more. >> the few worshipers are still present at the scene, still in shock. they had just finished prayers to mark the end of the month of ramadan. >> when people came out of the mosque, the -- of the terrorists were already there. two children were among the martyrs. >> the attack came a day after a suicide bomber killed dozens of people outside of a mosque in quetta. police officers were gathering to mourn a colleague who was lost on thursday. the pakistan taliban and claimed responsibility. they have been waging a low- level insurgency against the government for decades. this happened in a secure location of the city, calling into question the ability of the police to defend themselves. this is the latest in the spiraling mental -- the spiraling violence since sharif took power. they have announced more violence to come during the celebrations this weekend. campaigns finished the formertion is prime minister -- a coup has taken off the north, leading to the fre
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