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Nov 8, 2017 6:30pm EST
, president trump in china tonight. he's there to talk trade. and the north korean nuclear threat. he needs china's help. the president saying to north korea, do not underestimate us, and do not try us. but in a major address overnight, he also plugged one of his golf courses. abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl traveling with the president. >> reporter: in china, a lavish red carpet welcome for president trump complete with honor guards. on the motorcade route, excited school children waving american and chinese flags. with president xi and his wife as their guides, the first couple toured the forbidden city, looking almost like old friends. >> we have to be very careful that we don't fall or trip on these stairs. >> reporter: of course, donald trump hasn't always been so friendly toward china. >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our country. they're taking our business, they're taking our jobs. china's wonderful, but they're getting away with murder. >> reporter: beyond today's smiles, though, tough challenges, on trade, of course, and north korea. the president de
Jun 5, 2015 6:30pm EDT
the massive government data breach. federal sources pointing the finger at china tonight. china responding with a message of its own for the u.s. pierre thomas tonight. >> reporter: the hack of office of personnel management computers has exposed the names, dates of birth and social security numbers of those 4 million current and former government employees. but the office also conducts 90% of federal security clearances. >> imagine if they get enough information about an individual who has got a security clearance. they can start to learn how to target those individuals as potential espionage targets, maybe blackmail. >> reporter: the breach was discovered in april and sources say the evidence points back to china. china has denied the allegations. >> any sense how long this has been going on? >> they may have been inside the computer for as long as four months. the fear is that they may have been vacuum-cleaning mountains of information all that time. >> thank you. >>> overseas to china, the ferry capsized. teams using cranes to lift it upright. they drilled holes to search fo
Nov 11, 2014 6:30pm EST
tonight, and to some telling images out of china. all eyes on president obama and russian president vladimir putin. their facial expressions, and now their body language under scrutiny. take a look. president putin putting his hand on president obama's shoulder. but even more controversial, when putin offered a shawl to china's first lady. why was that so controversial? abc white house correspondent jim avila traveling with the president. >> reporter: it was a moment of chivalry turned instantly awkward. the recently divorced, macho leader from russia, placing that shawl over the chilly shoulders of the first lady of china. within seconds aides replacing it with a coat. but the damage is done. some suggesting putin getting a little too cozy with the first lady. within hours, chinese sensors all but erased the uncomfortable images from the internet. similar complaints in the china blogshpere for the american president. aghast at obama's nicorette gum chewing habit. labeling obama immature with the appearance of a hip-hop star. it didn't stop him from chewing during today's photo op a
Nov 9, 2017 3:30pm PST
trump, meantime, overseas. in china, the warm welcome. and from the president there, what sounded like an about-face, from what he said about china during the campaign and trade. abc cea b kbc senior white hous correspondent cecilia vega, traveling with the president. >> reporter: it's the very country he repeatedly slammed as a threat to america. but today president trump had nothing but love for china and its leader. >> it's a very good chemistry between the two of us, believe me. >> reporter: at the opulent state dinner the president even played this video of his granddaughter arabella singing in mandarin. for the president, who loves a military parade, a lavish welcome. it's a far cry from candidate trump -- >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our country, and that's what they're doing. >> reporter: but today? >> i don't blame china. after all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens? i give china great credit. >> reporter: instead, he blamed past american presidents. and i asked if he still stands by
Sep 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
sanctions and that china will now help. >>> facebook's founder mark zuckerberg tonight and the video message he just put out. the russians did buy thousands of ads on facebook during the election. praising donald trump. he'll now give those ads to congress. >>> two people trapped in this burning car. several officers smashing windows to get to them. >>> and the discovery tonight. doctors revealing what they found in aaron hernandez's brain. the, quote, most severe case they've ever seen. >>> good evening. and it's great to have you with us here on a thursday night. and we begin with that race against time in mexico city. we witnessed remarkable moments of heroism today. the rescue crews that have not given up. some have been able to pull people to safety amid so many collapsed buildings. the desperate scramble now to find the missing, with hope beginning to fade. but there was this. some of the smallest survivors being pulled out alive, which is why they keep going tonight. abc's matt gutman is in mexico city, where they are afraid the building he's reporting from could come down. >>
Oct 29, 2014 5:30pm PDT
made? >> made in china. i know, i know, i know your show, i know your show. >> reporter: our made in america team fanning out tonight. checking the labels on those costumes. how about popeye here in new york city? made in china. even elvis. no graceland here. made in china. in new orleans -- >> you look. >> reporter: even this little one having a hard time like us. the pirate princess -- sewn in china. our team out in atlanta, too. even the caveman. not from the stone ages, from china. but then, we find alice in wonderland and it's a wonder. finally made in the usa. and it turns out the race is on tonight. sewing machines racing across this country. >> hello, david. >> reporter: jane from georgia, from lovelane designs. clementine and liam already trying out their made in america costumes. then, the little hero capes being sewn tonight in somerset, massachusetts. claude and amelia there in their superhero pose. saving the world, and some jobs here in america. and there was jessica and her team from indiana. they make 200 masks a day. her busiest time of the year. every american costu
Nov 15, 2017 3:30pm PST
shoplifting during a team trip to china last week. suspended from the team indefinitely tonight. today, president trump tweeting, suggesting they should thank him for their freedom. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: the three ucla basketball players at the heart of an international shoplifting scandal giving president trump what he asked for -- a thank you. >> to president trump and the united states government, thank you for taking the time to intervene on our behalf. >> reporter: the thank yous come after president trump tweeted, "do you think the three ucla basketball players will say thank you president trump? they were headed for ten years in jail!" liangelo ball, jalen hill and cody riley were arrested in china during the president's asia trip after stealing from three different stores. the president asked the leader of china for help, and on tuesday, they returned to american soil. today, all three apologized. >> i've learned my lesson from this big mistake and i am 110% sure that i will not make a bad decision like this one again. >> reporter: the ucla basketball c
Aug 23, 2017 3:30pm PDT
new york city. what we just discovered at jfk airport today. feint nel coming from china? here's abc's senior justice correspondent, pierre thomas tonight. >> reporter: agents in protective suits. finding the powerful opioid, feint noll from china. we're in another front with the opioid epidemic. the dea and the tempe police. today's target, alleged members of a drug ring with suspected ties to a mexican ar tell. it's time to strike. >> we found a large sum of money, and we'll continue to tear the vehicle down until we see if there is more dope in here. >> reporter: during our week long look into the crisis, others grapple with heartbreak. one family 15 miles away in kentucky, 23-year-old veronica, young and full of life doesn't make it through a weekend break from rehab. >> she was so good at hiding it. this is the first time we have heard heroin and veronica's name mentioned. >> reporter: according to the cdc, more than 33,000 americans died of opioid overdosesr: we'r agents that continue to take could be that suspected ring. agents searched the house. then jackpot. >> we're st
Nov 19, 2017 6:30pm EST
ucla players arrested in china said that prompted the president to tweet, "i should have left them in jail." >>> nursing home outrage. >> help! >> the decorated world war ii vet begging for help. the telling moment his family says they captured on a hidden camera. >>> plus, black friday secrets. the growing number of stores cutting back their hours this year. and the price check tool to make sure you're getting a great deal. >>> good evening. thanks for joining us on this sunday. i'm tom llamas. we begin with the dangerous high winds. affecting more than 100 million people. scaffolding slamming down on a busy new york city sidewalk. trapping people below. and this scene as a major storm system sweeps through the east. the same system leaving tractor trailers overturned in indiana. here's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: tonight, dangerous winds slamming more than 100 million americans this weekend. gusting pushing this scaffolding into a new york city high-rise. then chaos, when a second scaffold came crashing down, no warning to those below. >> i just started crying instantly and i froze
Aug 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
this. >>> in china, a wild ride for a man on a scooter. all of it caught on camera. that road in southeastern china giving way. and that man on the motorbike, phone, driving right down into that ditch. amazingly, he's said to be okay. >>> next to the passing of comedian and civil rights activist, dick gregory. celebrated for bringing humor to the civil rights struggle in the '60s. his son said the legendary entertainer died in washington, d.c., after a brief hospital stay. dick gregory was 84 years old. >>> and the 91-year-old queen of england, carrying on for the foreseeable future. sources in britain, said to be close to the royals, rejecting claims the queen might hand over the throne to her son, prince charles. the world's longest reigning monarch reportedly planning to continue on as long as her health permits. >>> and when we come back, we'll take you to a town where the eclipse and a story straight from "the x-files" are colliding. that's when we come back. steve chooto walk over the26.2 miles,9 days... at'a marathon. and he does it with dr.
May 7, 2015 6:30pm EDT
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Aug 21, 2017 3:30pm PDT
with the oil tanker in a busy shipping lane in the south china sea. the bulbous nose of the tanker piercing the destroyer's left side, which would be near berthing areas for the crew. in addition to those missing, five sailors were injured, four medevaced to a hospital in singapore. it is the fourth navy mishap this year. the second major collision for the 7th fleet in two months. seven sailors died in june when the "uss fitzgerald" collided with a container ship off the coast of japan. >> what have we missed? has something changed in the environment? are radars and we're only relying on radars and not basic seamanship? >> reporter: the senior officers on the "uss fitzgerald" have been relieved of duty, and the navy announced all operations will be halted for the next several days for the entire fleet. >> this trend demands more forceful action. as such, i direct an operational pause be taken in all of our fleets around the world. >> and martha raddatz with us live tonight, and martha, this is not only a human tragedy with these sailors still missing tonight, but this leaves the na
Nov 7, 2017 6:30pm EST
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Nov 12, 2014 6:30pm EST
to china. and a rare news conference with president obama and china's president, announcing a landmark deal to reduce greenhouse gases. but so many talking about another moment. the chinese president agreeing to answer a question from the reporter. president obama choosing "the new york times." when the reporter asks his question, the chinese president pulls out his ear piece, calling on a chinese reporter instead. >>> back here at home tonight, and to that brazen heist. well-dressed thieving striking in broad daylight. making off with more than a half million worth of watches and jewelry. tonight, police scouring the new surveillance tape for clues and abc's tom llamas has late details. >> reporter: the nypdarmor. assault weapons drawn. hunting down two jewel thieves in manhattan's diamond district. police clearing the building. workers marched out with their hands up. >> nobody expects a robbery like this. everybody's got interlocking doors. there's security everywhere. >> reporter: tonight, investigators pouring over surveillance videos, looking for this man in the suit and
Dec 28, 2017 5:30pm PST
, president trump tweeting an attack on china, for providing north korea with fuel, despite u.n. sanctions. the president saying that china was caught, quote, red-handed, and expressing his disappointment. the tweet coming after a south korean newspaper published these satellite images and claimed they show a chinese ship transferring fuel to a north korean ship at sea back in october. chinese officials insist they comply with those u.n. sanctions. >>> next, a major announcement from apple tonight, after admitting some iphone batteries slowed down without their customers' knowledge. the company facing multiple lawsuits because of it. and tonight, apple is apologizing, and revealing plans, they say, will make it right. here's abc's senior national correspondent matt gutman. >> reporter: tonight, apple with that rare apology, following a surge of customer backlash and multiple class action suits. the company saying, "we know that some of you feel apple has let you down. we apologize." apple, the world's most valuable company, has been under fire after acknowledging it intentionally slows dow
Jun 2, 2015 5:30pm PDT
osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> steve, thank you. >>> and overseas tonight, and to china now. the desperate search for the missing at this hour after that tragedy at sea. and this image today. a rescuer putting their ear to the hull, tapping it with a hammer, listening for survivors trapped below. the cries could be heard. abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran with word the captain is now under arrest. >> reporter: a heart-stopping moment. divers pull a 65-year-old woman out of the water from under the capsized boat, haul her up onto the hull and rush her to safety. and that tapping on the hull of the ferry, how they search for signs of life. they can still hear people yelling for help inside. the pleasure cruise left last week, traveling west along the yangtze river, carrying 456 people on board, mostly senior citizens, when on monday night, it hit a massive storm. these eerie images from a security camera onshore, tweeted out by a chinese news agency. they show the last pictures of the doomed boat, minutes before sinking. and then, the ferry went from this to this. compl
Nov 10, 2014 5:30pm PST
you. >>> now, to that eye opening sight from china. beijing rolling out the red carpet for world leaders, complete with dancers along the route and lights. president obama would come down that route there. and when he got out, as is tradition, he was wearing a chinese silk robe. but there was something else, something the world did not see. what china did before leaders even got there, hoping the world would look the other way. abc's jim avila, traveling with the president. >> reporter: it was a red carpet never seen before. chinese limos arrived carrying leaders from 21 pacific rim nations, along a neon l.e.d. red carpet that lit up as the dignitaries approached. president obama, part of the show. donning a dark purple silk tunic. other world leaders, including vladimir putin, wearing similar outfits, provided by the chinese that seemed more familiar to a dance club than a world summit. putin and president obama met only briefly and did not discuss any of the serious issues dividing them. the traditional fireworks were not the only show. all of beijing treated to a rare glimpse
Jun 4, 2015 6:30pm EDT
. officials tell me the hackers were from china. u.s. officials say it was a serious breach. hackers gaining access to the personal information of up to 4 million government employees. sources tell abc news the hack appears to have originated from china. the hack was discovered last month and tracked here at the dhs super cyber security center. it's unclear how long the hackers had access to sensitive data, but they broke right into the computer systems of the office of personnel management which conducts all of the background checks on federal employees. that means the hackers could have had access some of the most sensitive personal information about millions of current and former government workers. david, this is just the latest major cyber attack on government computers. just last week we learned that the irs had been compromised and last fall as you recall we heard that west wing computers, right in the west wing of the white house, were attacked believed to be by hackers from russia. >> jon, in the meantime what's being done to protect americans here and has the hacking stoppe
Oct 9, 2014 6:30pm EDT
workers lose their jobs. at the time, ge sending production to china. but tonight, in three factories, the lights are on with new lights now coming off the belt. from illinois to ohio to circleville, too. all making bulbs that look like the old fashioned ones. we headed to walmart, where we were told they were put on the shelf just this week. if i said, where are the made in america light bulbs where would i go? he takes us a couple of aisles away. customers beat us to it. yesterday somebody asked? >> yeah. >> reporter: a month ago, still made in china. in fact, tonight, you can see them side-by-side on the shelf. tonight, in a california firehouse, smiles, too. because they never gave up on their american made light bulb. >> it just keeps hanging on. >> reporter: it's believed they have the world's oldest bulb at the town fire house since 1901. 113 years later, still shining. and for skeptics, a web cam, watching over it. >> we don't dust it. we don't wash it. we don't -- we have a lot of people think we change it out at night so it's always got a fresh bulb. >> reporter: i
Jun 16, 2015 6:30pm EDT
that? >> absolutely because mexico is the new china. mexico is ripping us more than any other country. they're killing us at the border sending in the illegals. they're not sending their best and finest. >> how are you going to get them to pay for a wall? >> you have people like we have -- >> you're calling them an enemy. >> george george, mexico does not like us. mexico is not our friend. mexico is the new china. mexico will pay -- you mark me words. i win, mexico pays. >> george with donald trump. you can see all of george's interview with trump tomorrow morning on "good morning america" and we should note tomorrow night here i'll be on the campaign trial with jeb bush live from iowa covering his campaign every step of the way. >>> tonight the fbi investigating a new scandal. the st. louis cardinals accused of spying on the locker room of the houston astros hacking their computers. abc's david wright on what investigators say they were looking for. >>> reporter: on the field, the st. louis cardinals have the best record in baseball this season. but tonight their front office
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