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Jan 13, 2010 6:00am EST
effect on february 22nd. >>> google is threatening to stop doing business in china. the search giant says it has been the victim of highly sophisticated cyber attacks it suspected originated in china were aimed at chinese human rights activist. it will also stop complying with china's sensorship demands. >> no more free rides for tiger woods, gm said the agreement ended two week, his endorsement with buick ended two weeks ago, but he was driving a cadillac escalate the night he crashed outside his florida home. >>> coming up does the person preparing your taxes know what they're doing? we will tell you what to look for to avoid a very costly mistake on gma and that's your money scope report. ? >> now the forecast certified most accurate by weather rate. >> 6:24 we have a warming trend out of the lull, and you can call it the january fall, though we don't have much snow to felt outside but still leftover pile that is will be eaten away. this afternoon we are aim energy our two degree guarantee and more sun and 45 tomorrow. 48 on friday mean some spots could be near 50. we will pull it
ABC
Aug 31, 2011 6:00am EDT
bird flu. a train of the flu vie royce rows is in vietnam and china. the current vaccines don't work on this strain of bird flu. the officials at the who or the world health organization say 331 people died from bird flu since it appeared in 2003. >>> well you look at the slim down -- well, you looking to slim down, a 8-month study found aerobic exercises had more significant reduction for belly fat associated with increased risk of heart disease and heart problems and cancer and diabetes. lifting weight improved strength and body mass but aerobic exercise burned 67% more calories. >>> it may be truth to laughter being the best medicine. heart patient was higher score of anger had a higher risk for heart problems. and mother study saying people who laughed more had major blood vessels expand making blood flow easier and that means you are at a lower risk for a chance of a heart attack. >>> with all the crime you hear about, it's hard to believe but there's a town out there that had a murder in -- that hadn't had a murderer in twoees. where it is -- in two years. >>> a powerful t
ABC
Jul 6, 2011 6:00am EDT
china over cash yous as a result of the healthier eater. the price for cash yews and other nuts are soaring worldwide. that's business news i am peggy bunker. k9 advantix ii. not only kills fleas and ticks, it repels most ticks before they can attach and snack on us. frontline plus kills but doesn't repel. any tick that isn't repelled or killed may attach and make a meal of us. [ male announcer ] ask your veterinarian about k9 advantix ii. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> and welcome back. employees at a los alamos national laboratory will go back to work today. the threat posed by the wild fires is -- has passed. residents were able to go home sunday after being evacuated more than a week ago. the fire is the largest of for the state of new mexico. >>> so check this out. a cnn i reporter to being photographs of a funnel cloud near elkton, michigan. no reports of damage or injuries but you can see a funnel cloud straight down to the ground. >>> here's something most us don't see every day a. kind wall wall of dust over mesa, arizona. local meteorologist says it packed wind close
ABC
Oct 7, 2009 6:00am EDT
amount of commodity export to china. that means a lot of their natural resources are being shipped north. if that growth in china continues to draw on those resources their inflation would increase a lot sooner than say the u.s. which doesn't have such exported to china. raising rates for them at this point is probably a pretty good sign. >> what does the rest of the week look like? >> the dow is up 220 points in two days, probably the biggest run we've seen since july. alcoa is the first of the dow jones to basically forecast or go back to last quarter and give us an idea of what things look like. entering earnings season. alcoa up. most of the forecasts now are that we're going to have a pretty positive season. >>> thank you. take out your grocery list and cross off these 10 items. coming up, we'll tell but certain foods that are at the highest risk of getting you sick. >>> before we go to break let's go to new york for the latest business news. >> reporter: good morning, we given your "moneyscope report" with wall street looking to extend its rally. the dow coming off its best back-to
ABC
Apr 2, 2010 6:00am EDT
it's getting harder to do business in china. report by the american chamber of commerce in china accuses the government of using indiscriminatory rules. you might want to get in line if you are hoping to get your has on apad. the must have device goes on sale at 9:00 a.m. a analyst is predicting they will be gone by the afternoon. another expects them to sell 300,000 just this weekend. coming up on good morning america the squeeze at the cinema. how movie theaters are dealing with the influx of 3d blockbusters that's after your local news. i'm todd conner. >>> i figure these are two words you would love to see every year, side by side. pleasant, and easter. it worked out that way. it just happened. takes us through today in to the weekend and early next week. 77 today. if you are tuning in, we had 80s on the board for the last couple of days. pulling back on the throttle because of the southeast wind off the water. it's going to hold town the official baltimore temperature going 77 today. mid to upper 70s over the weekend and easter. sunny to partly cloudy skys and fantastic stuf
ABC
Dec 12, 2011 6:00am EST
moon. china what front row seat for the total lunar eclipse. it was the best viewing in the past decade. >>> check this out. a monkey with an elvis like hair style. among 208 new species discovered in 2010 according to a new report by the worldwide life fund, scientists nicknamed the monkey snubby because of the upturn nose. >> what's exciting is the discovery of a new monkey. this monkey was found in a remote mountainous region and is well-known to locals who would spot the black and white monkey in the rain with its head between its knees shielding it from the rain running into up. [audio not understandable] >> well, an average new species is reported -- recorded every two days which is including southern province of china andminean mar and vietnam. latest discoveries is more than 100 plants, 28 reptiles, 25 fish and 7 amphibianer. >>> police moved in on a occupy emcampment. what was the charge and what has officers coming in wear riot gear. >>> the economy is a mess and some of you need a job. the lengths some people are going to to get a earning ling of a paycheck. a live roc
ABC
Dec 18, 2009 6:00am EST
. the two major obstacles remain. will china agree to allow international verification of its medchs to reduce carbon emissions? will wealthier nations keep promises to help developing nations? the u.s. pledged to help raise $100 billion for poorer countries to address their climate change needs and insisting on transparency from china, considered a big polluter. >> there is a way forward. >> reporter: protesters say the time for action, not words,now. and while their tactics are condemned by many aheaders, others share the message that the stakes are high. >> we face the nightmare of humanity, becoming the species that dies out just as a parasite does as it devours its host. >> reporter: the conference is scheduled to end tonight, but many speculate the negotiations will continue until saturday. viviana hurtado, abc news, washington. >>> we have a health alert here this morning. bickering is escalating in the u.s. senate but reached an interesting pitch on the senate floor when al franken squared off with former democrat turned independent senator joe lieberman. take a listen. >> br
ABC
Oct 21, 2011 6:00am EDT
girl from china, we will tell you about that. and he is not in office anymore but that didn't stop them, why they are upset with the leader. >>> we have a long list of birthdays. those are their birthdays. this is our picture of the day. oscar turns three today. i want to wish everyone a birthday and he is so pampered he goes for rides. if you have something send that to us. back in a bit. hey, saw you changed your status to single. wanna go out? hang on. you trash - you never deserved him. go to him... beg him to take you back. you're incomplete without him! excuse me... (sound of door slamming) this is what happens when you spend too much time on boys and not enough time on studying! so i always thought he was a creep. he's a creep right, and i'm telling like everyone that he was a creep to you. and that's what i'm telling everyone. i'm here for you. us girls have to stick together. when you post online it's like opening your front door to... well, everyone. if you need help call ♪[ music ] >> and the world this morning sad news to report from china, a two-year-old girl has die
ABC
May 23, 2012 6:00am EDT
. >> motor biking in china is not common but toddlers on motor bikes during rush hour traffic is is a different story. you will see one kid's wild ride. megan, that's a shot of the philippines. it's 90 there. >> it is. and it's 6:18 here. and 6:18 p.m. there. we will be right back. >>> now "wood morning -- good morning maryland." >> sleeping on the job is not a good idea. imagine dialing 911 to report an emergency to hear snoring on the other end. >> jeanne moos has a look with the wakeup call. >> reporter: we have been there. elbow falling off the armrest as we fall a asleep. >> to live up to the purpose and potential. >> reporter: but it's one thing to snooze during a speech and another to snooze during a 911 call. >> no. >> reporter: that's not justbreathing. that's snoring. around 12:30 in the morning, a call came in from this apartment complex to montgomery county maryland, fire and rescue. >> fire and ambulance. >> hello? hello,. >> reporter: the dispatcherapparently nods off. >> hold on a second let me try to get them on the line. >> reporter: a second dispatcher takes over but
ABC
Apr 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
china. she is in good condition and good company. we showed you this yesterday. we have more sink hole disasters we will share in a bit. >> one cow's adventure away from the farm gives a new meaning to the phrase fresh feed. we believe keeping kids healthy can start with healthy hands. with the lysol no-touch hand soap system healthy hands can be automatic. for healthy tips and more, visit lysol.com/missionforhealth. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> thanks for joining us. we have beauty shots this morning. and american photographer living in the netherlands took amazing video of the colorful tulips and the pictures were capture in the fields between his hole and the city of amsterdam. lovely pictures this morning. >>> more on an idea that's far out and could become a reality. planetary resources is a company backed by filmmaker james cameron and a couple google executives that unveiled a plan to go into outer space to mine precious metal from inner planetary astroids. >> astroids from a early part of the solar system the formation of our solar system has existed for billions of yea
ABC
Feb 15, 2012 6:00am EST
problems in china are growing a second city is banning the sale of ipads because of a trademark dispute. this's a call for a ban on ipad exports from china and that's where they are made. a city finds computer useers in washington, d.c. are at the greatest risk of cyber crime and san francisco. risk factors including high smart phone and facebook use and public wie pie hot spots and crash -- wi-fi hot spots and there's more option in competing service. >> storing data off in the cloud to servers is-crypted so they can't read the file names. it's smart solution and it is a smart solution to store through other computers you own or friends might own. >> reporter: and those are the tech bites. >>> and welcome back from the darkness. a dangerous situation across eastern europe. this video coming in with snow as deep as 15 feet in some isolated areas of romania and albania. since the end of january they have been pummeled by record break cold snap and heaviest snowfall in recent memory. that was a tunnel through the snow. hundreds of people, many homeless died in the frigid temperatu
ABC
Dec 6, 2010 6:00am EST
temperature 9 in chicago with a wind chill below zero. that's the cold air that's reinforcing itself in china. stay with us all week. 38 the two degree guarantee in baltimore. but again, clouds fill back in and flurries and snow showers will carry through the evening and overnight we are back down to 24. possibility of flurries and snow showers tomorrow and 36 on wednesday and staying in the 30s thursday and friday. and 40s over the weekend. next storm could start as wintery mix. >> reporter: traffic is moving pretty steadily around 695. no problems on the outer loop between 795 as you head towards i-706789 as as we look at 95, south of the beltway, no problems here at 195 heading towards howard county and further on down towards the capitol beltway. we don't have accidents working. a handful of road hazards included along the detures and heads up there in cockeysville and hunt valley and warren road is closed between york and scott adam road because of fire activity. scott adam road closed between warren and york. you can use cran brook as a good oughter knit. savage street is closed because
ABC
Mar 23, 2010 6:00am EDT
in china with the chinese government. google is redirecting people who visit the chinese site so an uncensored version hosted in hong kong. they hope to continue running the other business in china but this gold the entire operation in jeopardy. >>> most american can say expect a little something traiks from the federal government this year, the irs says average tax refunds from up $266 to just over $3,000. the irs credits the stimulus bill has a major factor behind the increase. coming up, turning the tables on the other woman. the people wife who won millions from the woman who cheated with her husband on gma, that's your money scope report. >>> . >>> good morning. at 6:23 once again we are starting with sun to partly cloudy sky, mid-40s, check out the afternoon forecast, again downtown aiming for 57 degrees but like yesterday, showers and thunderstorms, these will be roll of freezing level based storms which means a few thousand feet up at or below freezing, small hail possible with a few of these storms in the afternoon. 55, and west minister, and gusty winds up to about 30 mile
ABC
Mar 15, 2010 6:00am EDT
ready to shut down its search site in china. a decision expected in weeks now that censorship talks are at an impasse. in january google said it would stop sensoring search results in china because of a series of cyberattacks launched from there. now the company appears to be willing to abandon the site to save its other businesses. >>> more people falling prey to on-line scams. americans reported losing more than $550 million to internet fraud last year, more than twice as much as 2008. there were more than 335,000 complaints. common frauds, paying for items that are never delivered and making a small payment to receive a windfall that never arrives. >>> a new survey finds most people have no interest for paying for news on-line. those people said they would get their news somewhere else if the sites started charging. >>> "alice in wonderland" ruled the box office again. it took in another $62 million becoming the first $200 million blockbuster released this year. "green zone" was said" she's out of my league" was in third. >>> coming up on "good morning america," a medical miracle
ABC
Sep 2, 2010 6:00am EDT
wednesday. its best day in almost two months. expected reports on manufacturing in the u.s. and in china, snatched a string of discouraging economic data. federal reserve chairman ben bernanke appears before a panel today. bernanke will give his take on the meltdown and the potential risks of banks considered too big to fail. >>> the maker of botox has agreed to pay $600 million in federal charges. doctors used it for unapproved uses such as headaches and pain. >>> facebook is getting into the giftcard business. target will begin selling them this sunday. that's your moneyscope report, i'm rob nelson. >>> quarter after 6:00 right now: this morning the eastern seaboard is bracing for hurricane earl this morning. cutting short of the labor day weekend for many people. the governor of our state, as well as governs of north carolina and virginia have all declared state of emergencies. >> reporter: we know that earl is now getting bigger, nearly 500-feet across. winds are blowing stronger. earl is starting to move faster. that's why here in atlantic beach, everyone in hotels got a letter sayi
ABC
Apr 12, 2010 6:00am EDT
last few years. >> the president helps to china to put pressure on iran. >> their bah is helping to make our case everyday. >> by about 30%. tj, abc news, washington. >> we are in a new season and already four games out of first. the orioles were looking to win some time this weekend and still looking to win. jose, alex gonzales, back to back in the eighth inning after a two out error, and the blue jays beat the orioles 5-2 sweeping the series, kevin millwood took a three run hitter. orioles in tampa and then tomorrow night. >>> good morning, it is 6:08. we have a few high clouds and the sun is coming up the next 25 minutes and we will have a beautiful morning, a pleasant breeze from the northeast, 56 right now in baltimore, north, northeast wind at 6 miles per hour. that barometer 32.09 high and rising which means a knew canadian air mass but still above normal into this afternoon. we will talk thereabout and even some allergy relief with rain on the way in just a couple of minutes. right now, what's happening to get you on your way. >>> thank you very much, jamie, looks like we ha
ABC
Jun 30, 2010 6:00am EDT
dow tumbling 268 points yesterday, back below 10,000. investors are concerned about signs china's economy may be slowing down. europe's debt crisis and falling consumer confidence in the u.s. . >> real concern now at the base that the recovery that we're in the middle of right now may not have legs. if we see kind of second dip into recession, it could be devastating to folks who have money in the market. that's why you're seeing a lot of selling now. >> friday's jobs report is expected to show that companies slashed 110,000 workers from their payrolls this month. >>> there's fresh evidence this morning of the effect of foreclosure crisis on the housing market. nearly one in three homes sold during the first three months of the year was in some stage of foreclosure. in normal times it's only about 2%. those homes are selling at a deep discount, nearly 27% below the price of homes not in foreclosure. >>> home buyers who qualified for the government's tax credit could get an extra three months to complete their purchase. today's the deadline to take advantage of the credits worth up
ABC
Oct 3, 2011 6:00am EDT
to europe and other parts of the world. >>> and a talent show for animals in china a monkey verse use bear. -- versus a bear but i think the monkey has the odds because he got the thumbs. check this out. that is bear on a bike. and he is pretty good. but that's not all. the bear can roller skate. >>> what's a 9-year-old doing behind the wheel of a car. that's a question asked in philadelphia. police trying to figure out how the kid got behind the car and what happened. that nasty car wreck a.9-year- old was involved. >>> talk about unsportsmanlike behavior a brawl in california so bad on the football field police stepped in and the whole thing was caught on camera. that's straight ahead. >>> plus,. >> reporter: amanda knox could be freed from jail. trial is underway in italy right now. details coming up. that have earned the keurig brewed seal of approval. the keurig brewed seal is our commitment that the coffee inside will deliver a delicious cup of coffee every time. keurig brewed. look for the only mark of genuine keurig quality. ♪ [ male announcer ] when you're a true fan... [ e
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Oct 19, 2009 6:00am EDT
india. "the wall street journal" reports that gm is in discussions with china's largest automaker about forming a joint venture there. gm currently produces passenger vehicles in india which is one of the fastest-growing auto markets. >>> target will soon begin rewarding customers for going green. they are announcing plans today to give customers a 5-cent discount for every reusable bag they use. the incentive could save billions of plastic bags a year. a pilot test in 100 stores reduced the number used nearly 6 o% -- 60%. the program rolls out nationwide november 1st. >>> toys "r" us introduces a lay away program. beginning today customers can put big-ticket items on hold and pay for them in installments. the program is available at toys "r" us stores nationwide but not on-line. other retailers including sears and k-mart have recently expanded their layaway programs. >>> it was a wild weekend at the box office. "where the wild things are" opened in the top spot with $32 million in ticket sales. the adaptation of the classic children's book was actually more popular with adult audiences
ABC
Apr 30, 2012 6:00am EDT
money tab at the top of the home page. >>> look at this. this story out of china that's where a young girl quick action may have saved her life. look at the screen because it's where you see the video. she was crossing the street when she nearly is hit. a truck was barreling towards the child and she ducked and crawled underneath the truck. and she got away with only a few minor injuries. the girl's family says terrifying to watch the video when they saw it and they couldn't believe she survived and is okay. >>> longedan he -- london's gearing up for the summer olympics and we are 87 days away from opening ceremonies. security will be top priority. surface to air missiles could be be stationed on the roof top of an apartment block in east london. around 700 people living in the building or two miles from london olympic stadium have been contacted and warned about the weapons. and they said about 10 troops are likely to be based at the site for about two months. >> at the end of the day coming home from work, to armed police guarding the building, they are here 24 hours a day. >> well,
ABC
Dec 27, 2011 6:00am EST
tiger cubs at park in china will be kept warm at a warm house during the winter. look at these guys. they are the youngest, barely two months old. the cubs could suffer if they stayed with parents out in the open air throughout the winter. the warm house which has its own air conditioner and humidifier has been kept at 59 degrees , the perfect temperature for the cubs. >>> closer to knowing who won the jackpot. i'm linda so. we talked to someone who thinks he knows who it is. >> race is on and heating up, gop candidates have a week before the iowa caucuses. >> the holiday season winding down. the west way to clean up with the least amount of hassle. what all of that means coming up tuesday december 27th. let's start this off as we do every half hour with a check of the forecast. >>> we are checking out the highlights here. we check out the satellite, radar composite. looks promising for some of you. this is above 3000 feet in west virginia where they have snow and they will get a bit before it turns over the rain as air spreads in our direction. the clouds are here. the rain will be
ABC
Oct 16, 2009 6:00am EDT
china and launch online businesses into canada. >>> a price war has broken out between amazon and wal-mart. amazon plans to match wal- mart's offer but that was the beginning. wal-mart cut its prices another dollar and amazon matched again. >>> so what do you get for the person who has everything? how about a gold bar? world fame os department store hair harrod's is adding a gold bar. one bar will cost more than $462,000. >>> coming up can exercising make you smarter? our reporter gets on the treadmill to find out. that's on gm after the. that is your money scope report. i'm jeremy hubbard. >>> all right, it's 6:20. veterans elementary school in ellicott city, wet parking lot. windchill of 33. that would be a forecast expected in the city. we continue to remain with an average of 20 degrees below normal on the thermometer into the afternoons, this will give us record cold afternoons. again, 45 today, periods of light rain or drizzle and 39 tonight. a resurgence of the storm could come back in saturday night. i expect our temperatures to be in the mid-30s. 49 in the afternoon. we break
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Apr 9, 2012 6:00am EDT
from overseas and made in china. you got to do home work before you buy. the prom date is a certain date. what happens if the dress isn't going to be delivered or isn't received in time for the prom? what's the refunds policy? >> reporter: important question dos consider. the dress may not look like it did on line or may not fit. that is if you get a dress. the bbb warns some retailers on line maybe a sham. >> if you are buying a $500 dress for $25, discrepancy, ask why, why is that dress cheaper and is that too good to be true? >> you may find out too late, putting a damper on the dance you've been waiting for. joce sterman, abc2 news. >> if you shop on line for a dress, through a website or e bay, use your credit card to dispute the charges and comparison shop with the brick and mortar shops and know before you buy on line so you know if you are getting a good deal. finds more on this story and other scam alerts, find it on our website, abc2news.com, head there, click on the money tab at the top of the home page and then the scam alert section. >>> clean up efforts continue in lan
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Feb 20, 2012 6:00am EST
they won't collapse. >>> snow in eastern china. the department of public works and highways for the state says that ten know flows and 230 -- be plows and 230 highway roads. look at this video. according to authorities, the airport flights have been disrupted and new routes and heavy snowfall expected throughout the course of the day. >>> back to the united states a little closer to home, a slow moving system dumped several inches of snow in southern states. dozens of accidents have been reported and this morning crews are working to restore power to tens of thousands of people. the storm on sunday brought in a lot of wet snow to parts of kentucky and tennessee and north carolina and virginia and west virginia. we dodged a bullet there, lynette. >> but some people are upset. >> because they want snow. >> and it was so close you know. but like i said, it depenned on the track and the track took a southerly turn. so we didn't get anything. spending of that, this morning we are left with clouds but we will see plenty ofsen shine -- sunshine i said it took a southerly turn but in some p
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Sep 23, 2009 6:00am EDT
plant in china. >>> a second coming of the beatle maina has the fab four breaking records again. more than 2.4 million copies of the remastered albums were sold in the first five days after their release september 9th. >>> that is your "moneyscope report." i'm vinita nair. >>> good morning. 6:23. on the extended forecast you notice two days around 80 degrees. not bad to start off fall. 80 today, comes with mostly cloudy skies, maybe a break or two of sun but still the threat of a shower. i know that threat has been around for a while but just keep that umbrella handy. 67 overnight and tomorrow. partly sunny, 83 with a chance of a late-day thunderstorm. we'll knock it down 10 notches to 73 on friday. then the weekend starts off dry but increasing clouds and rain probably to come in by saturday evening. 68 and rain could be heavy at times. saturday in through sunday with a high back to near 70. >>> 6:24 on the clock. back to the roads with kim brown. >> we don't have problems to let you know about so far on the beltway. 95 southbound as you make your way down towards the dc area moving
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Oct 14, 2011 6:00am EDT
as they did. but they plan to add stores in asia, especially china it's good to be google. their earnings soared 29%. the company hired almost 2600 workers last quarter for a total of nearly 7,000 this year. >>> automakers are using a trick to slash prices. they're eliminating standard features and making them extra cost options. the latest is nissan that cut $2,000 from the cross lake convertible. the navigation system is now and option, not included. >>> iphone day and waiting all night outside one california store was apple's cofounder. and that is america's money. i'm rob nelson. >>> 6:14. so you got the baby bump. it's the most obvious sign of pregnancy and one that many women take pride n megan pringle is with us this morning and tells us what it comes from the bump she's gone from excitement to disbelief. take a look. >> reporter: it's hard to believe that i started here and ended up here. this was the beginning of my baby bump that seemed to impressive at the time that i had no idea what i was in for. i started showing early and i'm not sure if that is because i'm having
ABC
Mar 1, 2012 6:00am EST
the demonstrators with stories like from over. >>> and in china a police officer stopped a woman from jumping from the bridge with a child in her arms. look at this video. the camera captured this in beijing. an officer rides up to the woman as as -- and as she is about to jump a officer rushes in and pulls her back to the road. the police are reporting family problems are what sparked thesuicide attempt. >>> large areas of wales and victoria states in australia are flooding the area. heavy rains and flooding across the two states 600 people have been ored to go to higher ground. >> the evacuation is in four stages. the reason we did the evacuation is because the river did risequite quickly. [audio not understandable] we have about 15. [audio not understandable] >> some of the road are closed and about 40 properties are already flooded. this is the worst flooding in almost a century. >>> a texas grandma is bubbing the system telling age to hit the road. what she is trying out for and get this, she got a shot of making it. that's not the grandma. yeah. and that's an iphone. and th
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Apr 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
india society. >>> sleet hit northern china. there is a festival going on. this have been no transportation troubles because of the weather. for those who braved the streets, they had to deal with the muddy roads as well. >>> starbucks plans to trip it will work force. the company employs 10,000 people in five hundred chinese stores according to the wall street journal. it will take three years to wrap up. they have a plan to ramp up growth in india and vietnam. >>> mac can i -- when you hear this love story you are going to understand why. jamie costello tells us. [music] >> reporter: we knew he was strong, fast and smart, but john mackie didn't know he was sick. he died with alzheimers in july, sylvia remembers. >> i heard him say, my mom kicked over. that's street talk for just died can. i looked at him in shock and he is sitting there with the blank stare. >> the disease would take every penny out of his memory bank. sylvia was left to fill in the blanks. >> i had to preserve what we had. u had to make sure he was as  happy as he could be. >> he forget yesterday, she wo
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Jul 20, 2011 6:00am EDT
pictures-- china. if you have pictures, we would love to show it off. send it to morning show at wmar.com. give us the information so we can pass it along to everybody else. ♪ [ male announcer ] it has an hd webcam for flattering video chats, awesome audio, and lids that switch to match your mood. but mostly it helps me keep an eye on my boyfriend. even though he doesn't know he's my boyfriend. yet. [ male announcer ] powered by the 2nd gen intel core processor family. not just smart. visibly smart. get an inspiron 15r with 6 gig memory and 640 gig hard drive for $599.99 at dell.com. >>> news around the world this morning the news corps chairman rupert murdock endured verbal blows and a pie in the face in front of the british parliament. >> he was there to account for accusation of illegal activities the reporters at his newspaper accused of hack cell phones. the hearing was interrupted when it appeared somebody tried to strike the 80-year-old with what appears to be a shaving cream pie. now the fbi is investigating murdock looking into weather 9/11 victims were hacked somethin
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Sep 8, 2009 6:00am EDT
versus india, china, other places. our students at a competitive disadvantage. >> reporter: the major argument for extending school time, summer learning loss. researchers found students can lose about a month's worth of achievement during the summer break. >> it's particularly true for low income kids who don't have the opportunities that other kids have during those big breaks. >> reporter: but more time is no silver bullet for reform. miami dade county schools in florida use an extended-day program for three years but dropped it because they didn't see improvement in test scores. critics say it disrupts family life and is expensive. the miami dade program cost more than $100 million. >> the teachers were fatigued at the end of the day. the students were fatigued and unmotivated. >> reporter: that's another criticism. it's not just time but the quality of the extra time that matters. >> one of the risks of course is that you end up extending time in schools that aren't working well. i think that goes without saying that no one wants to extend that time. >>> now we're going to find a
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Nov 7, 2012 6:00am EST
play ping-pong. >> okay. the table tennis skills are on display in china and also on display a robot that makes computer mice hailed as four times more efficient than a pair of human hands and that guaranteed to put people back to work. >> i would get screamed. creamed by a robot -- screamed by a robot. >> i would like it. >>> politics take over a famous landmark. >> inform you wanted results all you had to do is look up. -- if you wanted results, all you had to do is look up. oh! green mountain coffee! how do you always have my favorite coffee? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee and even hot cocoa, and you'll always find your favorite. with so many choices, keurig has everyone's favorite. and i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >>> you're watching the station that works for you. now, good morning maryland. >> we have fought our way back. and we know in our hearts for the united states of america the best is yet to come. >> those words from the president after he wins four more
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Jun 1, 2010 6:00am EDT
asia amid fresh evidence that the european debt crisis may be spreading. manufacturing in china has slowed. a sign asian economies remain vulnerable to a drop in demand. that could weigh on wall street, which gets back to work today after the dow lost 56 points last week. >>> charles schumer is introducing a bill today to repeal a law, limiting the liability of companies responsible for the oil spill in the gulf of mexico. current law caps the liability for the owner of the deep water horizon rig. that figures to be a fraction of the cleanup cost for the worst environmental disaster in u.s. history. >>> the benefits of getting bumped from a flight may soon be getting better. this week, federal officials are expected to raise the amount airlines must pay passengers. the current is $400 or $800, depending on how long a trip is delayed. want it raised to $800 and $1200 per has jeer. >>> passenger. >> says it is working hard to build enough. the device finally went on sale? europe and asia over the weekend after its debut had to be pushed back. >>> it was a slow start to the summer for
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Oct 21, 2009 6:00am EDT
delay with the trade on imported tires from china. that dispute has gone to the world trade organization. that is the only issue that is really out there now as far as major tariffs but again we want to look at the pressure from domestic labor that may increase the tariffs on a global basis. >> it's a good point. how often when you're at the office are you looking back at what happened for the great depression? are you comparing today to then? >> we've had maybe seven of these periods since, say the 1930s and they are all -- you can draw a similarity or two out of all of them. none of them exactly like the situation today but it gives you pause and makes you look at the situation and decide whether or not we could repeat it. what to avoid. >> dale horn, our certified financial planner. if you have a question for dale, e-mail us at abc2news.com, click on the gmm tab at the home page. thank you. >>> houses along the ocean can be great. houses in the ocean? not so good. this house wasn't the only one to find a new address. >>> plus a robbery suspect had a gun. a cashier had a p
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Oct 20, 2010 6:00am EDT
report with stocks falling in asia. markets are down after china surprise announcement they are hike the interest rates that could slow the chinese and global ecomonys. on tuesday, the dow had the largest one-day drop since early august falling below 11,000. housing industry regulators are meeting in washington today to discuss what to do about the foreclosure mess. this comes as the fbi opens an investigation into the financial induff try -- industry to determine if criminal lawless laws why broken during the foreclosure crisis. intel is vifnting $8 billion to baled new plant and upgrade four others creating up to 8,000 temporary jobs and 1,000 permanent ones. starbucks is launching a digital network offering customers free e-books movies and other content. they hope to get people to stay longer and spend more on drinks. that's your money scope report. i am rob nelson. it's fall. so you know what to do, right? break the rake! fall is the best time to feed your lawn. and leaves are good food. rich, organic nutrition. so mulch those leaves right in. then use scotts winterguard. it pro
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Jul 7, 2009 6:00am EDT
capitalize on fast-growing emerging markets including russia, india and china. >>> it took an extra day to decide the winner but now transformers can claim bragging rights. "transformers" finished number one over the holiday weekend with more tha stein $42 million in ticket sales. >>> and stay tuned for a special edition of "good morning america." a star-studded remembrance to michael jackson. the countdown to the memorial service for the king of pop. that is on gma. that is your "moneyscope report." >>> 6:24. setting up for a warm start to the day. mid-60s to near 70 downtown. this afternoon, back to our seasonal average of 87 degrees, there's the small chance of a shower or thunderstorm mainly to the north of baltimore. and if you're heading off the coast towards philly, new york and new england. tonight we slip into the mid-60s. tomorrow we increase the clouds and hold us to only within a couple of degrees above or below 80. 50s wednesday night and thursday morning. thursday back to 80 degrees. with upper 70s on the north side. bring it back into the mid-80s by the weekend but that w
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Aug 1, 2011 6:00am EDT
the rail service is back to normal in china after last weekend's accident. 35 people were killed when a stalled train was hit in the we are by another train. -- in the rear by another train. >>> the latest royal couple to tie the knot is now postponing their honeymoon. queen elizabeth's oldest granddaughter, sara phillips, married a rugby player, mike phillips. >>> it is 22 minutes after the hour. one cop is getting a little bit more attention than he probably wants this morning. how a youtube video is going viral and casting an unpleasant light on that officer in ohio. >>> after weeks of back and north -- back and forth about the debt ceiling there is a tentative agreement on the table. what that means for you, coming up. ♪ [ female announcer ] everybody loves that cushiony feeling. uh oh. i gotta go. [ female announcer ] and with charmin ultra soft, you can get that same cushiony feeling you love while still using less. charmin ultra soft has extra cushions that are soft and more absorbent. so you can use four times less versus the leading value brand. ah. [ female announcer ] usi
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Apr 13, 2012 6:00am EDT
southwest of china earlier this week. about 25 people were injured, two were badly hurt. power facilities were damaged, causing electrical outages. >>> time now for a check of our forecast. we had some hail about two days ago. nothing at all like that and what we really need right now is some rain. >> exactly. we definitely need the rain across the area. about 4.3 inches below this time of the year. we need the rain so desperately. i'm keeping my fingers crossed, you need to keep your fingers crossed as well. we can see where the rain is. it's back across the middle of the nation, across the plains, working their way into iowa this morning and also missouri. some more severe weather is definitely possible as we go into the afternoon. here, though, things definitely looking much dryer. like i said, we desperately do need that rain. so as we go through time, we are really hoping that we get that rain in the forecast. we do have it. i'm going to show you that in just a second. right now we're just dealing with a few clouds. but you can see the clouds are slowly but surely trying to get out o
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Jun 21, 2010 6:00am EDT
"moneyscope report" with stocks soaring after china said it would increase the flexibility of its currency. asian markets rose across the board this morning. many believe china sets the exchange rate artificially low giving exporters unfair advantage. though china insists the change will be slow any increase makes chinese exports more expensive helping overseas factories that have struggled to compete. >>> china appears to be on the verming of overtaking the u.s. as the world's largest manufacturing nation. a report this morning predicts china will take over the top spot next year ending our 110-year run as number one. >>> the oil spill in the gulf of mexico appears to be having a limited impact on the overall seafood industry. it's pushed up prices for shrimp and oysters from those waters but most of our seafood is imported which means we shouldn't see dramatic price increases. the biggest impact may be on oysters. "the wall street journal" reports 67% of our oyster supply does come from the gulf. >>> toy story 3 was the story at the weekend box office. it took in $109 million in ticket s
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Jul 4, 2011 6:00am EDT
athletes for sure. >> reporter: this year's stunt build agnew rivalry between the u.s. and china chinese eaters to coney island when nathan's is embarking on a major expansion in china. >> if they take the belt, they are going to be eating our lunch literally. >> reporter: the media eats it up. and not just in coney island, the sheas have qualifying competition across the country and sponsors for other eating events, chicken wings, oysters, hamburgers, all part of what they call major league eating. cnn, new york. >> is it over? >> it's over. disgusting to watch. but is there any food you would enterer's eating contest for? >> no i like food and my food as you see on "good morning maryland "at nine. i came in and show starts at 8:58 and i eat until ten. >> right. >> no. but you have background knowledge. >> i did a story once how they trained for speed eating and apparently, a lot will eat pine apple because it -- pineapple and it stretches out your stomach. >> and i liked it until you told me that. >> i will show you the video. >> please don't. >>> all right. heart warming homecoming on
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Nov 17, 2011 6:00am EST
around it's now looking to expand into russia and china. >>> for many people the dream of retiring at 65 is dead. a survey finds that a quarter of middle class americans fear they'll have to work until at least 80. many said they want to keep working but more than half say they'll have to work. >>> and a man is already outside a best buy start in st. petersburg, florida and he's been there since monday. he wants to make sure he's the first for the black friday deals. and that's america's money. traditions are not for keeping. they're for keeping us together. ♪ [ boy ] to dad, love sam. [ mom ] say "merry christmas." [ boy ] merry christmas. [ female announcer ] hallmark recordable storybooks. [ boy ] charlie brown spotted a small, scraggly pine tree. ♪ >>> welcome back to good morning maryland on this thursday, november 17 n. is a new live shot just coming in about what we're seeing in new york. as we told you in just about 45 minutes, there's a protest scheduled on wall street. they're physically going to try to impede people from going to work today on the new york stock exch
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Jul 20, 2010 6:00am EDT
only if there were cuts elsewhere in the budget. >>> china passed the u.s. now to become the world's biggest energy consumer the shift is the latest evidence of china's emergence as an economic force over the past few decades. its surging have driven up prices of oil and coal in recent years. just a decade ago china's total energy use was half that of the u.s. >>> google is abandoning its attempt to shake up the way cell phones are sold. the company says it will stop selling the nexus 1 in the u.s. the phone was an experiment in selling directly to consumers over the web but sales were slow compared to others running on google's cell phone software. >>> christmas is coming early at many of the nation's biggest stores. target is among the retailers rolling out special deals in july. it's holding a one-day on-line sale starting friday. that is modeled after black friday sales. sears and toys "r" us are also promoting christmas in july. offers on line and in stores. some experts say the deals could hurt back-to-school buying. >>> one thing people are spending less on, home enter
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Aug 16, 2010 6:00am EDT
shift in the global economy. numbers out this morning show china jumped ahead of japan to become the world's second biggest economy in the second quarter. and is expected to keep that lead. it's the latest evidence of china's emergence as an economic superpower. experts forecast china will pass the u.s. as the world's biggest economy as early as 20 30. >>> experts are predicting a tough final few months of the year for stocks because of uncertainty over our economy. the dow fell 350 points last week and some analysts say the could be another year before investors start rallying. urges from wal-mart and home depot and other retailers could provide the latest evidence that the recovery has in fact stalled. >>> many homeowners are refinancing into shorter term loans to save money. only a third of borrowers refinancing 30-year mortgages last quarter switched to 15 or 20-year loans, the highest percentage in six years. shorter loans could save homeowners tens of thousands of dollars in interest over the life of the loan. >>> apple manager will be in federal court in san jose today after b
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Jul 6, 2009 6:00am EDT
, like china, austria, different places like that. >> when i first saw it i thought, you know, this is something comedic, you may laugh a day or two and it will be gone but every time it's on the tv it explodes again. >> reporter: for boyd it's not all about the attention. it's about what these pink boxers did for his unit. >> of course they gave me a lot of hard time so i mean, i helped the morale around there. >> reporter: 6:12. chilly weekend. we'll find out if a warm-up is on the way. let's go to justin berk. >> thank you. 6:12. might have been a little cool at the pool but this morning it's even chillier. first off, fog advisory through 9:00 a.m. that is carroll, fredrick county, points westbound. had pretty thick fog formed. it's not widespread but there are spots where visibility is pretty low. locally temperatures check out like this -- 55 in york, pennsylvania. 60 hagerstown. we're in that range with 59 here in baltimore. it jumps to 64 in easton where they've had clouds most of the night and into the early morning, beginning to break up the clouds. 71 now in ocean city. as
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Jan 18, 2010 6:00am EST
china. the search giant says it's started talks with the chinese government about its plans to s the company tells bloomberg news there will be more talks in the coming days. last week google said it would stop filtering results in china and even threatened to stop doing business there after a sophisticated cyberattack. >>> kraft is ready to sweeten its buyout bid for cadbury. published reports say kraft will up its offer before a deadline set for tomorrow. kraft is looking to stay in the running for cadbury with rival hershey, said to be preparing an even bigger offer. >>> delta is said to be closing in on a deal with japan air lines to expand its reach in asia. the japanese carrier currently has a similar deal with american airlines. >>> toyota is planning to double its output of hybrid cars next year. the automaker produced about 500,000 of the fuel efficient vehicles last year and is reportedly looking to hit one million sold worldwide in 2011. the prius was the best-selling car in japan last year. a first for a hybrid. >>> conan o'brien is close to a settlement with nbc to e
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Jul 10, 2009 6:00am EDT
," talk of a tobacco ban in uniform. >>> a major earthquake in china. thousands of homes reportedly have been destroyed. first, here is a look at the latest business news with jeremy hubbard. >>> good morning. topping your money scope report, corporate earnings season is up with a loss from alcoa, its third straight quarterly loss. wall street was expecting worse. shares of alcoa are set to rise this morning. alcoa is traditionally the first member of the dow to report its results each quarter. >>> general motors could emerge from bankruptcy protection as early as midnight. a federal judge could clear the way to sell its best assets to a new government-controlled company. while big changes under store, one of the most notable may be its iconic logo. they are considering changing the blue background to green a sign of the new commitment to producing fuel-efficient vehicles. >>> consumer credit fell $3 billion from april to may. some think consumers will remain cautious in the months ahead. this is the first time borrowing scaled back since the recession in the early '90s. >>> new labeling
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Jan 29, 2010 6:00am EST
divorce too easy. >>> toyota's recalling thousands more of its vehicles, this time in europe and china. it is a drastic reversal for a company that has ground to a stop because of the faulty gas pedal stories. riive jana hurtado now with the latest. >> reporter: as the toyota recall grows, japan calls on the world's largest automaker to reclaim the confidence of car buyers. the recall continues amid reports toyota had received complaints of run away cars for years. the pedal supplier said toyota told it this part was not responsible for any of the serious accidents or deaths linked to run away vehicles. >> they acknowledged they did not cause accidents or injuries related to that condition of the pedal. >> reporter: reports of the incidents coincided with the company's use of computer toes control acceleration, a cost- cutting measure. >> i think the bulk of the problems we're see having nothing to do with some kind of accelerator pedal or the floor mats. it's most likely in the electronics. >> reporter: millions of cars have been recalled in the u.s., china and europe with industry ex
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Mar 17, 2010 6:00am EDT
the dow climbed had 4 points. congress is threatening to take actions if china does not let the currency rise in value again the dollar, calling for stiff trade sanctions if china does not act. some say it is undervalued by as much as 40% which leads to a huge trade imbalance and you are thes job growth here. >> honda is recalling more than 400,000 vehicles because of the brake, odysseys and elements from the 2007 and 2008 years. overtime, the brake pedals must be pressed hard. wait to get a letter before scheduling a repair sphwhrvment. >> pepsi is expanding on the pledge to stop selling sure ago drinks in schools in the u.s., it will remain full calorie drinks from schools in more than 200 countries by 2012. >>> the world heart federation has been fighting for the change. >>> starbucks customers will approximate able to design their own, the blended ice drink that makes up about 10% of the chain's sales. according to the wall street journal some of options will include soy milk instead of dairy, decaffeinated, light syrup and no whipped cream. they will be available in may. >>
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Oct 1, 2009 6:00am EDT
communist colors of china to celebrate the 60th anniversary of communist rule in china. guess what? people are upset. the group human rights watch wrote a note to the management expressing disappointment with the decision. the owners of the empire state building released a statement reading the empire state building celebrates many cultures and causes in the world community with iconic lightings. >>> for most of us a trip to the hospital just a car ride away but for one sailor the coast guard needed to be called. the sailor was stationed off the oregon coast in a submarine. and needed medical attention. this is the coast guard video of a basket being lowered to pull him up and then flying into the hospital. the navy is not allowed to release what afflicted the sailor but does say he's in good condition. >>> a trip to the zoo a 2-year-old will never forget. ethan billy, his dad is his hero. he saved him from a 50-pound european lynx. who attacked the little boy when he was looking into the exhibit. >> he walked into the cage. that's when the cat attacked. put both paws and grabbed h
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Aug 10, 2011 6:00am EDT
more than 1% of growth, and china's market closed at around 3% of growth. the dow closed up 42 points tuesday. the biggest gain since march of 2009. it was one day after the dow had the worst decline since 2008 and the sixth worst on record. the federal reserve will keep a key interest rate at low numbers. it is discussing the range of possible tools it can now use to spur the economy. >>> the cost of gold is booming right now, due to the sluggish economy. many are turning to pawn shops to grab fast cash. an ounce of gold is worth more than $1700. silver is running right now at $39 an ounce. >>> authorities say 17 people have been indicted on drug trafficking charges in a probe. the grand jury indicted 17 people this month on charges of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute, cocaine, crack cocaine, as well as marijuana. officials say $600,000 in cash, cocaine, marijuana, weapons and vehicles were also taken. hartford county is using informational videos to teach people the basics like pumping gas. you would think in new jersey you have to do it at a statio
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Jan 31, 2011 6:00am EST
manufacturing country despite chin' fast growth. the u.s. out produces china by making more goods with fewer workers by 40%. the horror film "the rites" took the top spot. it stars anthony hopkins and had 15 million dollars in ticket sells, but the "king's speech" earned 11 million in the 10th week in theaters. that's a 40% bump from the previous weekend thanks to the oscar nomination for best picture. that's your money cope report. i am rob nelson. >>> it's monday, january 31st. welcome back. when you own a business you try to juggle a thousand things at once and someone can slip by you and may try to get their hands in your pockets on the way. >> it's hard lez op -- lesson. and joce sterman has a warning about a bill to double check in this woke's scam alert. >> reporter: he made it back just fine. >> reporter: as the director of a low he cal school nancy hardy is balancing a lot. when a paper came across the fax asking her to update the phone book listing she did it while doing a million other things. >> i filled out the information that they requested and sent it back factione
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