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Feb 4, 2010 9:00am EST
will begin a new life in china. >>> good morning. i'm andrea roane. today is thursday, february 4th. it is definitely the calm before the storm. here's howard with an update. >> i'm sorry to tell you it is still coming. nothing has changed. except that in southern maryland we may see more rain mixing in. that will keep accumulations maybe below a foot for them but the rest of us one to two. we will have a map coming up. sunny here. the moisture is gathering in the south and moving in our direction. cold enough for most of the wusa viewing area to be all snow. >> little bit of a wind chill this morning. feels like 25 at national. 28 winchester. sunshine this morning and temperatures will climb to 40, 42 and clouds building this afternoon. 9:01 and here's angie goff. >> we have some unfortunate information to start with. the 700 block of benning road in northeast dc is where we are getting word of a pedestrian crash. it is a critical situation. police are asking everyone to avid the area. some better news in silver spring. eastbound bellfry road is open past connecticut outer loop loo
CBS
Jan 19, 2010 9:00am EST
earthquake were from china. earlier today their bodies were returned to their homeland for burial. this is video of the plane that carried their bodies landing in beijing. >>> there are several ways you can help in the haitian relief effort. one is donating to charity. at wusa9.com we have a list and links for you. click on the banner at the top of our home page. >>> in other news, secretary of defense robert gates is in india meeting with that country's prime minister. secretary gates is also in the country to try to ease tensions between india and pakistan. the white house wants the two countries to focus more on terrorism and less on each other. >>> a law enforcement agency reportedly broke the law many times during the prosecution. the "washington post" says between 2002 and 2006, the fbi lied to phone companies to collect thousands of telephone records. agents would often tell them about fake terrorism emergencies to persuade them to turn over the records. the justice department inspector general is expected to release a full, detailed report on the searches later month. >>> today, pr
CBS
Nov 11, 2009 9:00am EST
china five spices. it is cinnamon, cloves, pepper corn, what else and a mystery spice. >> so the key is to mix your dry ingredients so you have an even distribution. that way you don't have one scone with a lot of spice in it. they are all perfectly seasoned. >> you bring in, well, not a wet ingredient but more moisture. >> this takes part of our wet ingredients. the second part is having really cold butter. if you have time chill the flour. the colder the better. several ways to incorporate the butter. we have a pastry cutter that we can use to cut in. you can use two forks, two knives or stick it in the kitchen ate mixer with the paddle attachment. >> throw in the sour cream and what is the final ingredient. >> candied ginger. it adds a nice sweetness to the scone. i enjoy dried fruit in my scone whenever possible. >> it will be delicious. i already smelled it. in the next few minutes we will sample some of these delicious scones that the willard has brought us today. >>> here's a look at what is on tap for the rest of the week. eleanor holmes norton drops by tomorrow. and fine out ab
CBS
Oct 30, 2009 9:00am EDT
markets, china, brazil versus your standard vanilla s&p 500 right now. there's a rising middle class all around the world that does not want to go backwards. >> larry says go for the flavor changes. so give larry a call. sorry i have to cut you off. give cheryl a call and talk about the first time home buyers credit and how to not pay a lot of closing costs at 202-432-9045. 9 news now continues after this. i'm steve shannon, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. in this attack ad, ken cuccinelli says, "it's a study in contrasts and judgment," and it is. steve shannon was a fairfax county prosecutor who convicted hundreds of drunk drivers. ken cuccinelli has no experience as a prosecutor. and ken cuccinelli opposed tougher penalties for repeat drunk drivers. he said, quote, "a suspect might not recall a previous dui arrest." that's the true contrast. >>> we want to thank all of our guests for participating in the mind over money segment. our next edition is friday, november 20th. howard. >> 202-432-9045. >> i love that number. >> 64 today. drizzle in a couple of spots.
CBS
Sep 1, 2009 9:00am EDT
, hardwood floors and panoramic views. the items will be auctioned off separately. >> from china ware to silverware to the rocking chair that ruth madoff may have sat in watching the waves roll? >> she is now living on her own while her husband serves out a life sentence. victims don't know how their future will play out. one is the owner of the mets. his losses are so deep, bankers speculate he might be forced to sell the team. >> the as a resulted ceilings take most of the attention here. >> this ocean side retreat and his manhattan meant house and palm beach estate are worth $20 million but that will only make a small comment compensating the victims. tara mergener , cbs news, washington. >>> is one suitcase just not enough for you? if you dread paying for overweight luggage fees on the next flight we have tips to slim down your stuff. >>> it may drive you crazy but experts say a recent increase in gridlock is good. we will tell you why coming up. it's a revolution in pain relief. (announcer) new icy hot medicated roll. for wherever you hurt. icy to dull pain, hot to relax it
CBS
Jul 8, 2009 9:00am EDT
will be absent from today's g-8 summit. china says the president has cut short his trip so he can deal with an outbreak of deadly violence back home. 156 people have died in and around chinxang province. >>> sarah palin says if her quitting her position ends her political career so be it. she didn't rule out a run for president in 2012. a poll shows that 19% of americans would be very likely to vote for palin in a presidential election. 24% would be who somewhat likely. 13% not too likely and 41% not likely at all. will that include a run for the presidency or does she have another career path in mind? with me is david hawkins. maybe that was pail pail's office on the phone. he's managing editor of congressional quarterly weekly and radio talk show host with us, reynard jackson. do understand why governor sarah palin is quitting but not a quitter? do we understand her motives reynard, i will start with you. >> she doesn't understand her motives. how can we understand? she looked bad on friday and if she did what a lot of folks suggested after the campaign. go back to alaska bone up on
CBS
Sep 22, 2009 9:00am EDT
east, china, the peace process between israel and palestinian and the war in afghanistan and continue u.s. military involvement in iraq. >>> today the dc council will take up emergency legislation in an attempt to prevent mayor fenty from evicting cora masters barry from the southeast tennis and learning center. 9 news now digital correspondent alex trevino is joining us live with details on what is happening later this morning. alex? >> good morning, andrea. well, the dc council is prepared to oppose mayor fenty in his efforts to evict the founder and operator of the southeast tennis and learning center. now, the battle is expected to play out here at the wilson building in an hour. >> supporter of the southeast tennis center want to keep the doors open. they want to prevent the city government from going in and shutting them down. former dc first lady cora masters barry runs the center. >> tennis is the hook and education is the key. >> reporter: the political duel is heating up. the judge, who want the order last week, stopping the district from evicting the founder corpor
CBS
Nov 19, 2009 9:00am EST
visitors. the display has a detailed look at the huge complex of china's first emper your. the is open until march and they say forget the thanksgiving day weekend it is all sold out. >> i love that museum. they have great displays that last a few months and then something really cool comes back. check it out if you can. and today would be a good day to be inside of those museums. with have showers, drizzle and fog. this gets out of here tonight. tomorrow and saturday good. low 60s tomorrow and upper 50s on saturday. as we look at the forecast for this afternoon, rainy periods. isolated thunder, near 60. drizzle and fog still. southeast winds at ten and sunset 4:52. tonight more showers and isolated thunder is possible. in the evening as we go through overnight it may be less likely. 40s to low 50s. southeast winds five to ten. and tomorrow mostly sunny and breezy with the highs around 60. give or take a few degrees. we have been watching a lot of moisture stream in from south to north. some of it is heavy and containing lightning and thunder. go to doppler hd. here in washington
CBS
Jan 26, 2010 9:00am EST
industrial megasite. $2million for trade offices in china, india and the united kingdom. another $2 million on the governor's motion picture opportunity fund and a good chunk of the funding would come from going after tax cheats. >>> one day after president obama announced a renewed effort to help america's middle class he will reportedly try to freeze part of the budget. the associated press reports the freeze will affect domestic programs and it is part of the president's effort to control the deficit. it will start next year and last until 2014. if approved by congress the freeze would not affect the pentagon, veterans administration, homeland security or foreign aid. >>> chairman ben bernanke and his federal reserve colleagues begin a two-day meeting to estimate the strength of the economic recovery. the fed is expected to keep the rate at a record low near zero. dr. bernanke's term expires january 31st and the white house is lobbying hard to have him keep his job for another four years. >>> today a congressional commission is due to issue a report card on terror threats to the united s
CBS
Jul 22, 2009 9:00am EDT
. >>> a group of 22 local high school students quarantined in china amid fears of the h1n1 flu virus are expected to be allowed to complete their two- week trip of the country. the students were confined to their hotel rooms when one member was hospitalized with what was confirmed as the h1n1 flu. >>> loudoun county supervisors have approved a plan to build a stadium. it would be near dulles town center. it would seat 5500 and could be use at times for concerts, school graduation and other events. the developers hope to open the park within two years. >> we are asking you to be the judges week, at least when it comes to my wedding day hair do. yesterday we showed you the down do. courtesy of aveda salon in bethesda. look at the new me with a half up and half down work courtesy of elie elie salon. when you see all three of the looks go and cast your vote. partial updo. >> we curl the bottom and the top i will put half up and the veil will start from here down. you have to have some highlights to show the picture otherwise it will look dark. >> like a helmet. >> like a helmet. >> prett
CBS
Aug 10, 2009 9:00am EDT
billion for keeping the rebates going until labor day. >>> tie on the morakat hit china causing 2,000 homes to collapse. the chinese government rack waited 100 million people ahead of the storm which had killed a lot of people in philippines and taiwan. >> the big heat will only last one day. by wednesday a lot better. today will be the worst of it. heat index 100 to 110 locally. talking about a heat advisory in the orange county east of u.s. 15. goes in to affect at noon and lasts until 00. if you are going to be outside, do it early or activity stay cool, ice, water, shade, light- colored clothing. i once played softball and had two pitches of water, one for drinking and the other to rub in my head. we are not used to the heat. so we could have some problems if you don't take precautions. these are the records to beat. up in martinsburg, in 1930 hit 102. dulles in 2001 got to 96. i think this that record is out the window. bwi could be a stretch but 100 back in 1900. locally near 100. tomorrow scattered afternoon thunderstorms not as hot and by wednesday in the mid-80s with a chance
CBS
Jul 27, 2009 9:00am EDT
the trade gap with china and the chinese government's soar budget deficit. climate control will be on the ayen da also. >>> sarah palin is a private citizen she initially resigned yesterday as a the governor of alaska and gave a slight hint of her future. >> i will be able to fight even harder for you for what's right and for truth. >> reporter: she said she wanted to spend time with her family. she is fighting several ethics investigation and did not say whether she plans to run for president. >> reporter: we are joined by pamela gentry, bet senior political analyst and public policy professor dr. michael fontroy. sarah palin says she will be fighting harder for what's right and true. she has $1 million in her sara pack. but what does the future hold for her. >> i don't think her in a larger role. i think her making public speaking circumstance and may try to put her foot out there to campaign for other conservative candidates and other specific parts of the country but i don't think she will be able to escalate herself to the national level and the reason is, i don't think that h
CBS
Jul 31, 2009 9:00am EDT
after quarantined in china over fears of the h1n1 flu. they arrived at dulles airport last night. the kids planned to attend a two-week summer program but they were quarantined when one got sick. a few tested positive for h1n1 but have recovered. >>> more americans are returning to complimentary and alternative medicines to treat various ailments. a report says 38 million adults visited a chiropractor and acupuncturist in 2007 and spent $34 billion. experts urge patients to research alternative medicine therapies and products. >>> many consumers are asking how could it be at a time when the obama administration is cracking down on credit card companies rates are on the rise. what's a consumer to do? with me is the ceo and founder of card hub.com and let's talk about the credit cards. why are credit cards rising. what can people do about it right now? >> the rules in affect by the president obama will affect how the card companies run. so they are trying to sort out their book and we are seeing tremendous increases on rates. that's why on card hub we launched a center, helping consumer
CBS
Nov 16, 2009 9:00am EST
sunrise visit to china. he spent the beginning of the day in shanghai reaching out to the country's future. >> i believe strongly cooperation must go beyond our government. it must be rooted in our people. >> reporter: at a town-hall style meeting the president was asked whether the people should be able to use twitter and facebook freely. both services are blocked by the great fire wall of china. >> i'm a big supporter of nonson soarship. >> he brought up the touchy subject of human rights which the chinese has been criticized. he said certain rights have no boundaries. >> we believe are universal rights and should be available to all people including ethnic and religious minoritities whether they are in the united states, china or any nation. >> reporter: later in beijing, the president will meet with the chinese president. several issues are on the agenda but one of the biggest will be trade. the president wants china to import more u.s. goods to create american jobs, but with china already holding hundreds of billions in u.s. debt it may be a tough sell. >> this trade could crea
CBS
Nov 17, 2009 9:00am EST
of the president in china there was snow on the rooftops ther case. t's ri it is a litt cooler than recent mors and we are off anrunning least with blue skies. looking good, evodyou. we have pickedup to 50. that's the number in cumberland and 51 dulles. to the south quantico and fredericksburg 50. 46 culpeper. 47 winchester. across the bay,aston, hi there, you have 45. so today, what can we expect? i would say mo of the same except not as warm. we will be near 60 but east to northeasterly winds are responsible for slightly cooler weather moving in and tonit, partly cloudy chillyimes ahead with some 30s and middle 40s inside the beltway. i will extend this ven days ahead when i see you in a bit. here's angie with the drive. >> l morning long 9 news now has been tracking the tieups that can slow you down. the last hour or so, l eyes ha been on the capital beltway where the inner loop at connecticut we have seeing crash activity to the right shoulder. traffic is getting by but another accident on the inner loop. this is at route 1 college park. something else to watch for. outer loop d
CBS
Jan 6, 2010 9:00am EST
have fled to china. with me now is the police chief. tell us about this case. >> we've been able to link him as a suspect in this case. he had worked with the victim, and we believe he believed the victim had something to do with the fact he lost his job. but the most important thing is we're still investigating the case. and we're asking for the public's help. anyone who had contact with the suspect, mr. matheby, interaction, he may have had interactions buying guns, ammunition, black ski mask that was found at the scene, so we're asking for the public's help for anybody that's had contact with the suspect, let us know and call us. >> why do you think he might have fled to china? >> well, i think because he was scared about being arrested. he's -- we're still, you know, tracking him and i think when -- i think we'll be able to get him back here. i'm not concerned about that aspect. we need the public's help on this. >> right. we're talking about national security. someone being able to buy guns, black mask, whatever. now fleeing the country, possibly to china. it's amazing. if they
CBS
Jul 6, 2009 9:00am EDT
few minutes of medication can go a lock way to end -- go a long way to ending depression which china. we have to thank you for coming to talk about the situation. we have a major anniversary coming up. what is it? >> july 20th at sierra marks the tenth year since chinese leaders initiated the campaign to imprison, torture to try to eradiate a spiritual practice. it is a medication of self improvement from the buddhist school and deeply rooted in chinese tradition and teaches people to follow the truth of tolerance, truth and compassion in their lives. became popular in the ' 90s and so much so the chinese government began to see it as ideological competition. >> why would the chinese government see this passivist movement as such a possible competitor. >> they began to take surveys in the mid-'90s and by ' 99 they estimated in excess of 60 to million people practicing it and it is taught in a very open free way, promotes independent thought like people contemplating on their own what the meaning of truth, compassion, tolerance is, and trying to live their life in accordance with thos
CBS
Jul 13, 2009 9:00am EDT
back later in the newscast to lkta about politics and president obama. stay with us. fa >>> china is hoping to restart six nation talks on disarming knot korea of its nuclear program. >>> president obama says he wants to get to the bottom of reports that u.s. allies were responsible for the deaths of as many as 2,000 taliban prisoners. he deaths allegedly happened during the opening days of the afghan conflict. according to the report, the northern alliance placed prisoners in sealed cargo containers over a two-day period suffocating them and burying the dead in mass graves. one of the key people named is a top general in the afghan army. >>> vice president may put cheney on the hot seat with an investigation in to the bush administration's anti-terror policies. they say ' leon panetta informed them that cheney ordered the organization to keep a counterterrorism program secret from congress. details have no been revealed but a source says the program never became fully operational and panetta cancelled it when he learned it had not been reported to congress. >>> we are talking politi
CBS
Aug 5, 2009 9:00am EDT
captured, they were on assignment in china along the border with north korea to collect material for a report on trafficking north korean women to china when the north korean government alleges the women illegally crossed the border which is what started the ordeal for them 140 days ago. as ling said, they were shocked when they saw president clinton but they realized that this meeting 30 hours ago that their long nightmare was coming to an end and they thanked the team that accompanied the president. my team includes josh rogan who is with us now. he is a defense and foreign policy expert with cq politics.com and in his thank you, josh, former vice president al gore said he wanted to thank the obama administration for their deep involvement in this and he stressed humanitarian effort, not an official political diplomatic mission. that was very important for him to say, wasn't it? >> of course. and the point is they do not want to give north koreans anymore than they have to. and it is worth mentioning here that the original point of the trip that these two women took in the first plac
CBS
Aug 11, 2009 9:00am EDT
400 people unaccounted for and a landslide in china toppled seven apartment buildings. >>> a big meeting tonight could help to shape the future of the chesapeake bay. environmental agency officials will meet with activist and concerned citizens at saint phillips episcopal church. here's kim with an update on the cooler than yesterday forecast. >> yeah. we have to tell everybody the high yesterday was 97. so when we say 93 today that is actually good news, everybody. it is great to see youment get started with a look ahead. the next three days, each day is an improvement on the day before. so tomorrow will be in the 80s and then on thursday, we should be enjoying weather in the middle 80s and not so stormy. the forecast for later this afternoon, right now, frederick is checking in with 81. they are in the lower to middle 70s out to martinsburg. 81 cumberland. 82 quantico. it is 82 inside the beltway and as we check out southern maryland, beautiful patuxent river, 83. 81 across the bay. here's the satellite-radar loop showing the clear skies this morning, turning partly cloudy to t
CBS
Jul 29, 2009 9:00am EDT
. >>> today marks ten days since a local teenager was put under quarantine in china. she tested positive for the h1n1 flu virus. she is 16 years old an lives in northwest washington and was quarantined on a cultural trip inona chg alth wichina along w teens. nine tested positive but only leanna remains under quarantine. her mother is begging for her children. >> she is actually a kid whose pretty sunny disposition and even keel. the fact she's been sobbing her heart out over this quarantine in isolation in the hospital is just a dagger in my heart. >> reporter: her family is in constant contact with her over the phone. 9 news9 news called the chinese embassy every times to request a comment but received no response. >> reporter: there now appears to be little hope that lawmakers will reach a deal on reform before the august break. it isn't stopping president obama from pushing his message. he will which campaign for his goal to provide every american with health care insurance by holding town hall meetings in virginia and north carolina. support for health care reform appears to be split
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