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ABC
Nov 7, 2010 6:00pm EST
don't have passports. we're about to start a trade war with china if we're not careful here, only because people don't know where china is. a quick reminder, "world news" with diane sawyer will be reporting from china starting one week from tomorrow. >>> the new congress will have at least 66 more republicans. many of them backed by the conservative tea party. from the economy to afghanistan, but many of these freshmen served notice today that they are in no mood for compromise. here's david kerley. >> reporter: the party isn't over for the tea party. with some newly elected members today,ish shug a warning to following remembers. >> we're proud, we're strong and we're loud. and we're going to co-op. i think we're already shaping the debate. >> reporter: the message is clear. >> the voters have spoken very clearly about the need to rein in this government. >> reporter: history has shown, political movements are even coopted by the main stream. tea party leader was asked, are they the de-republican party? >> hardly. >> the tea party are responsible for just about every republican t
ABC
Nov 14, 2010 6:00pm EST
course, is china. and beginning tomorrow, "world news" will be broadcasting from china. diane sawyer is already on the ground there. diane? >> reporter: good evening to you, john. it is great to be reporting tonight from a windy skyline of shanghai, china. we have come here because of the challenge china has issued to the rest of the world, america in particular. about economic growth, educational perfection and about modern energy for a modern time. we spent the day out in the streets of shanghai today. this beautiful old city now a rocketship of economic growth. to talk to people about what they're doing and we heard from workers, how they are working seven days a week, all because they believe this is their moment, this is a chance to do it. we heard about education here. >> piano. >> reporter: and the english that is being spoken at very young ages and it is still a staggering statistic, that more people are learning english in china than there are people in the united states. and we're asking a lot of questions about what is truly possible. you grow enough food to live? and, wha
ABC
Nov 21, 2010 5:30pm PST
region, to china, japan and the other countries involved in the so-called six-party talks, to see if they can get north korea in line and stop its enrichment and nuclear activities. >> proliferation could be even worse. thank you very much. >>> the federal official in charge of airport security said this morning there are no plans to back away from those new security patdowns at america's airports. with so many travelers complaining, he released a statement late today promising to make the screenings as minimally invasive as possible. but tonight, the patdowns remain in effect. here's chris bury. >> reporter: just as chicago's o'hare and other airports gear up for a hectic holiday season, security patdowns are suddenly topic "a." >> i think the tsa is out of control. >> i'm not looking forward to being patted down, but it doesn't really bother me. >> reporter: today, one of the nation's elite frequent flyers conceded she would steer clear of the up close and personal tsa checks. >> would you submit to one of these patdowns? >> not if i could avoid it. no, i mean, who would? >> report
ABC
Jan 17, 2010 6:00pm EST
china. in the battle for the soul of the internet, who will blink first? >>> and, paying back. an american writer goes to extraordinary lengths to save one haitian man who has himself extraordinary lengths to save one haitian man who has himself saved hundreds of lives. straightis the way td ameritrade does business. simple, fair pricing. no hidden account fees. no shenanigans. just good value. real help. smart people who are easy to work with. that's what td ameritrade stands for. what does your investment firm stand for? it's time for fresh thinking. it's time for td ameritrade. i'm able to get out there and play with them. it means the world to me. problem is, i pay for it with the pain. the doctor diagnosed that i have arthritis undernath my kneecap. a real sharp, strong sensation. it aches. when i feel the pain coming on, go take two aleve. works fast, kicks in, and it lets me keep up with my kids. i want to teach them the value of family. i'm very proud of both of my sons. i couldn't ask for better. last year, my little guy got the flu... and it was bad. there's nothing more
ABC
Nov 28, 2010 6:00pm EST
there? everything from global fears about iran's nuclear program to news that china may have sabotaged google. >>> head to head. the president, fresh off of his split lip and his shellacking in the midterms is about to have his first post-election meeting with republican leaders. can the two sides work together? >>> and, false lifeline? they pay thousands of dollars to prevent foreclosure, but they still lost their homes. officials say this is a new scam sweeping the country, and "world news" investigates. >>> good evening. it reads like a spy novel. a huge trove of documents released just hours ago by wikileaks lifts the curtain on the secret communications between washington and the diplomats that we have stationed all over the globe. there are more than 250,000 documents in all. some of them confidential messages containing candid and often embarrassing observations about foreign leaders. jon karl starts us off tonight in washington. >> reporter: dan, it's important to point out only about 15,000 of the 250,000 documents are actually classified, and of those, none of them are classi
ABC
Apr 4, 2010 6:00pm EDT
, miguel marquez. >>> in china, nine workers were rescued today after spending more than a week in a flooded coal mine. rescuers continue to search for 144 other miners who are still trapped. >>> and a chinese tanker loaded with coal has run aground off the coast of australia, threatening one of the world's wonders. the great barrier reef. there are now fears that the ship might break apart and spill all of its fuel. >>> this is going to be a huge week in the golf world. tiger woods will compete in the masters. he caused a big stir today by gettg in some practice time. steve osunsami was there. >> reporter: it was his first public showing at a golf course since his troubles began in november. today, tiger woods was warmly greeted at a practice round. hit 40 balls, and then quickly sped away. he's won this tournament four times, and the latest vegas olds have him winning again this week. >> he won the u.s. open on a broken leg. so i expect him to play just great. rrl when woods first won the masters in 1997, he was the first african-american winner at a club that for so long refused t
ABC
Aug 22, 2010 6:00pm EDT
flooding pictures out of china tonight. they tried rescuing this man by raft at first, but it gets pushed away. they then had to throw him a rope. he wraps it around himself, then he gets hoisted from the water. just one of the many rescues we've been following, as the rain devastates cities. four deaths. and in north korea, the flooding has destroyed farmland. >>> still ahead here on "world news" this sunday night, caught on tape. we'll tell you what this airport worker is about to do, and authorities say he's not alone, promming real questions about airport security. >>> and then, sidelined. the mysterious illness that's nearly got an entire football team in the hospital tonight. a real warning for parents. >>> and, later here on the broadcast, she was drafted for "snl," the people's choice. but betty white could not have predicted what happened this weekend. >> many of you know that i'm 88 1/2 years old, so it's -- well, it's great to be here for a number of reasons. [ barks ] i'm the puppy that ate your backseat. i'm a random windstorm. [ grunts ] ♪ i'm a hot babe out jogging
ABC
Dec 5, 2010 5:30pm PST
take aim at china, as well. describing its leaders as obsessed with the threat from the internet, while excited by opportunities it offers to steal secrets, especially from u.s. government agencies and corporations. today, wikileaks is battling for its own survival. the web payment service paypal cut off its accounts, explaining it encouraged illegal activity. this follows amazon refusing access to its servers. wick key leeke leey wikileaks fr julian assange considers the moves part of a coordinated effort by the u.s. government to shut it down, drawing attention to comments like this one today. >> and july julian assange is engaged in terrorism. he should be treated as an enemy combatant. wikileaks should be closed down permanently. >> reporter: to defend itself, assange is advertising a doomsday plan of sorts, circulating across the internet a giant new cache of documents on everything from bp to bank of america to the guantanamo bay detention center. those files are encrypted with a virtually unbreakable 25 256-digit password. wikileaks says if it is shut down or assange is detained,
ABC
Aug 8, 2010 6:00pm EDT
china after a massive landslide triggered by torrential rains buried and flooded homes. and in north korea, heavy rain ruined thousands of acres of coms and homes. in pakistan, the worst flooding in decades has killed 1,500 people and left millions begging for help. in kashmir, flash flooding has killed five foreign tourists and left many more stranded. scientists say these floods fit the pattern as they predicted part of global warms. as do, they say, the heat waves that have been hitting russia recently, causing massive wild fires. today, 120 air condition centers opened up to give people a breather. special oxygen cocktails were available to people. >>> and check out these pictures from here at home. this is western minnesota, where a storm chaser shot video of a tornado, smashing a farmhouse and scattering debris. the tornado was part of a wall of violent storms that swept across the upper mild west last night. we're told no one got hurt in this storm. >>> bp says engineers can now start drifling the final 100 feet of the relief well that will supposedly permanently seal that blo
ABC
Jul 11, 2010 6:00pm EDT
watching china do this and we're paralyzed. >> reporter: jeffrey sax is president of the earth institute. how would he do it? in five years under the sachs plan, the first generation of electric cars would be hitting the road. millions of them made right here in america, he says. by ten years, sachs says we'd have harnessed the power of the sun with massive solar arrays in the desert and wind farms in the plains. and we'd be producing much more nuclear power. not everyone agrees nuclear, which produces toxic waste, is a clean energy source, but it does not contribute to global warming. >> you know, in 25 years, if we have some good luck in this, we could be on a whole different, and i think much improved energy system. >> reporter: in 25 years, under this plan, we'd be almost ent e entirely weaned off foreign oil. we'd be pumping less carbon into the atmosphere and our every day lives would be transformed. our super efficient smart homes would run our appliances, as women as our heating and cooling systems, and our smart cars would not only use less energy, but they'd know how
ABC
Aug 8, 2010 5:30pm PDT
and toppled cars. more than 100 are dead and 2,000 missing in china after a massive landslide triggered by torrential rains buried and flooded homes. and in north korea, heavy rain ruined thousands of acres of crops and homes. in pakistan, the worst flooding in decades has killed 1,500 people and left millions begging for help. in nearby kashmir, flash flooding and mudslides have killed at least five foreign tourists and left many more stranded. scientists say these floods fit the pattern of increasingly frequent severe weather they've predicted as part of global warming. as do, they say, the heat waves that have been hits russia recently, causing massive wild fires. today, 120 air conditioned centers opened up in moscow to give people a breather from the smoking smog there. special oxygen cocktails were available to people. >>> and check out these pictures from here at home. this is western minnesota, where a storm chaser shot video of a tornado whirling through the town of campbell, smashing a farmhouse and scattering debris. the tornado was part of a wall of violent storms
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