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Apr 26, 2017 11:00am PDT
angered china as well as north korea and russia and prompted protests in south korea. it comes just a day after north korea celebrated army day with live fire drills and has continued to accuse the u.s. of pushing the situation to the brink of war. north korean officials now criticizing the u.s. for asking the united nations security council to do more to help, saying both the u.s. and the security council will be responsible if a war breaks out on the korean peninsula regardless of who strikes first. today top trump administration officials including the secretaries of state and defense will brief all 100 senators at the white house and then head to the capitol to brief the entire house on north korea. >> the secretary of state and others will talk about our posture and the activities we're undergoing, and chairman dunford will layout some of the military actions and the way that they see the lay of the land. >> reporter: although the u.s. has moved key parts of the system, it will take months to get it fully into place and operational. china urged against the move, worrying with the
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Jul 4, 2017 11:00am PDT
representative for china said at the u.n. that his country wands to de-escalate the rising tensions. >> the tension is high. sooner or later it will get out of control, and the consequences would be disastrous. >> reporter: the russia and chinese foreign ministries released a joint statement in response to the launch proposing that pyongyang declare a moratorium on missile launches while south korea and the united states hold off on long-standing military exercises. president trump said does this guy have anything better to do with his life? suggesting that china could end this nonsense once and for all and that tweet starkly different from two weeks ago when the president tweeted china's effort have not worked out. for months president trump has been trying to get china, north korea's most important ally to intervene, going back and forth on how helpful the country might be. >> china has left us on our own. nobody is going to solve this except the united states and the problem is with this launch it's no longer just a regional problem >> reporter: north korean regime claims the latest laun
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Jun 5, 2015 11:00am PDT
. >>> happening today china says it is not behind a series of cyber attacks on u.s. government computers. whoever the hackers were they may have stolen personal information on millions of government employees. alyssa harrington live with more on what this means. >> reporter: investigators discovered a massive breach that may have exposed sensitive information about millions of government workers. they blame china who in response says the u.s. is jumping to conclusions. the cyber attack, the largest of its kind. breached the computer system of the office of personnel management. it holds personal information for millions of past and present employees. things like names, birth dates and social security numbers. >> the estimates are at least 4 million violations so my guess is it might be bigger than that. >> just about every federal agency may be affected. the department of defense the social security administration even the white house. the u.s. state department admits maintaining cyber security is not easy. >> the federal government all the time when we notice intrusions or possible intr
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Jan 23, 2017 11:00am PST
china has been engaging in and that is something that the president will look at countries to engage with. >> [ inaudible question ]. >> most of the existing trade agreements or a good chunk we have existing trade agreements to begin. this was an expansion of that, whether it was financial services additional market access, but i think that this is -- this is not a deal that was in our country's best interest. the president could have come in to office, a president could have come into office and renegotiated it and sent people back to the drawing board. it hadn't gone to congress because it wasn't finalized. i think this president pulling out of the agreement is not just about this one agreement. what i think it is symbolic of both here and american and around the world is a new era of trade policy, one that will put american workers first and foremost and one that assures the rest of the world that the way that we negotiate bilateral agreements will ensure that we get something out of the deals. as i mentioned to john a minute ago, the problem with multi-lateral agreements it often
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Sep 5, 2016 11:00am PDT
the world stage. he was asked about the nfl quarterback during the g-20 summit in china. an international gathering of leaders from 20 of the world's major economies. kaepernick has refused to stand for the star-spangled banner before two 49ers preseason games. >> i think he cares about some real legitimate issues that have to be talked about. and if nothing else, what he's done is he's generated more conversation. >> kaepernick says he's protesting police violence against african-americans. his protests have spurred outrage from some, especially many veterans groups. >> my suspicion is that over time, he's going to refine how he's thinking about it and maybe some of his critics will start seeing that he has a point. >> but kaepernick has gotten support from others. a handful of nfl players and also other sports stars. most recently, megling rapinoe took a knee in their match against chicago. and rapinoe, who i mentioned, tweeted out this after taking a knee. she says it's the least i can do, keep the conversation going. in the studio, jessica castro. >> thank you. >> one ea
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Mar 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
will be presented this week. >> google will encrypt web searchers that could thwart china and the n.s.a. they say it makes it tougher for countries like china to sensor user searches and track what the citizens are viewing and would inhibit snooping by the n.s.a. the google c.e.o. said this could end government censorship in a decade. >> amazon is raising the price of amazon prime in seven days, jumping to $99 for you and returning customers, a $20 increase. amazon prime offers free two day shipping for members and streaming video and access to kindle books. they say they are sending an e-mail to individual subscribers telling them when their increase kicks in. >> alabama woman is filing suit over the free shipping policy claiming vendors are increasing prices to cover the shipping costs and amazon encouraged the practice. >> our meteorologist, mike nicco, will comment on the nice weather. mike? >> different than yesterday. no white caps. it looks nice on the bay right now. temperatures are on their way. there have been a couple of days of holding steady with record highs and a ch
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Jul 26, 2017 11:00am PDT
this? students going to school in china not getting a break from panda kindergarten. enjoying a typical day in school. and that includes exploring, rolling around, eating bamboo. max, yep, this is at the giant panda conservation and research center at southwest china. they have their own playground. as you could see, they love their tire swing. may look like they're just playing around, experts say the cubs are learning important social skills. >> bamboo manners? >> absolutely. that's required. i hate to break it to you, but pandas end up being solitary animals who don't socialize with other pandas. >> that's too bad. >> i just ruined it, didn't i? have a great day. who wants to be a millionaire is next. love the video though. it's cute. the energy conscious whopeople among usle? say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join en
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Aug 8, 2017 11:00am PDT
press tally. >>> developing news now in china where an earthquake has killed five people and left at least 63 others hurt, and the numbers could go up. the magnitude 6.5 quake struck in the southwestern part of the country about 175 chendu. no update has been given on how many homes or buildings were damaged. >>> pg&e is conducting a massive drill that will help employees responding to an 8.0 earthquake. abc 7 news reporter tiffany wilson is live at the utilities headquarters in san francisco. now, tiffany, some members of the community are also invited, right? >> yes, absolutely, kristen. if you're walking down beal street you can check out the real shaker hand like in the real world you don't know when a disaster will hit. the same things happens here and they want you to remember to drop, cover and hold. dean reese is the man behind the big shaker. >> it's the world's largest mobile earthquake simulator. we're here today to try to get the people of san francisco to think about if there were a major earthquake, are they going to be prepared? >> reporter: and he says the public c
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Jul 7, 2016 11:00am PDT
giant sisters are living in the wild after completing survival camp in southwest china. >> they have been learning to feed themselves. they were set free at a nature reserve. one of them was a little timid. >> you can see how she turns to the camera, stares. it didn't take too long to make herself at home eating bamboo, enjoying her new life out doors. >> china has been releasing pandas since 2006. it's now 1800 pandas in the wild. that's up 17% in the last decade. >> i like it when i see them eating the bamboo. too adorable. >> bye. ♪ light piano today i saw a giant. it had no arms, but it welcomed me. (hawk call) it had no heart, but it was alive. (train wheels on tracks) it had no mouth, but it spoke to me. it said, "rocky mountaineer: all aboard amazing". >> to win the million dollars on this show, you've got to have a mixture of guts, brains, and nerves of steel. does one of our players today have the right stuff? we are about to find out when we play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody. how you doing? thank you. welcome to the show. you guys r
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Apr 15, 2014 11:00am PDT
down the china basin portion of san francisco and now firefighters believe they know what sparked the blaze here at at&t park, or near at&t park. >> i am eric thomas. flames ripped through a massive apartment complex under investigation. investigators know how and why it started. we are on the scene with details >>> this is a copy of the initial report on the fire behind me saying that fire was an accident. it is hard to figure out what the place looked like with fire shooting dozens of feet into the sky. this shows the inferno that firefighters face after weeks of investigation. the fire department has released an initial four-page report on the cause and the damage. according to report, the fire started between the top floor, the sixth floor, and the roof section in the southeast quadrant. the investigator says a hot or smoldering object ignited the wood frame and from there it took off causing $40 million in damage to the apartment project and more than 500,000 of damage sustained by buildings nearby. >> the five-alarm fire was accidental. there was no malicious bent involved. a lo
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Apr 30, 2014 11:00am PDT
users a work around for the security flaw. >>> china is much choser to an economic milestone than many predicted. what does it mean for the united states? >>> a simple word that can boost your number of >>> china is on track to have the largest economy by the end of the year. overtaking the united states, with economic reports showing this was previously thought to be several years away. in another move, india has vaulted into third place and japan in fourth. >> microsoft is telling users how to work around the security flaw where it works on aplasia louing -- you turn malware attack. check out abc7news.com on how to enable the protection mode. >> a survey fines that intent users are taking steps to protect personal online information in response to the heart bleed computer bug. according to the pew research center, only 39 percent of interpret users have changed their passwords or canceled attacks in the last month. 29 percent believe their personal information is still at risk and 6 percent of users believe their information was swiped. >>> moms could get more help from dad: cha
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May 19, 2014 11:00am PDT
other interests in china at the expense of businesses in the united states. >> this focuses on economic espionage but last week the defense secretary hagel was asked if he was confident that united states drones and warships will not be hacked. >> i'm not confident of anything in this business. >> the five military officials are now considered international fugitives but it is unclear if they will be taken into custody. this action by the u.s. government is sure to strange relations with china. >>> the increase in tolls to ease the rush hour traffic on the bay bridge may not be working exactly as planned. there could be other factors that explain the increase in drivers. matt keller joins us from the toll plaza with the story. matt? >> it is simple. you commute hours at 11 a.m. and you get a $2 discount to cross the bay bridge but it may not be big enough incentive to keep people off the roads during the height. during the morning every minute counts from 4:59 a.m. when it hits 5:00 a.m. when it jump $2 to $6 p.m. same for 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. >> i am late so i got caught. i
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Feb 25, 2014 11:00am PST
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Jun 2, 2017 11:00am PDT
governor brown traveling today. >> he's traveling to china to talk about climate change. before he left he said california will resist the president's decision. >> this is an insane move by this president. the world depends on a sustainable future. he is going the other way. it's going to affect people's health, the stability of countries, our entire future. so, yes, this is bad, it's tragic, but out of that tragedy i believe america and the rest of the world will mobilize. >> brown told "politico" he will spend the week in china participating in a global climate summit and meeting with high level chinese officials. >>> let's switch gears. warriors fans have that friday feeling, it's good. >> yeah. >> after the dubs blow out win over the cavs in game one of the finals last night. >> kevin durant dominated the cavs scoring a game high 38 points, steph curry had a huge game splashing six threes, the warriors cruised to a 113-91 victory and leads the series one game to none. >> we could be a lot better than we were tonight, but in the finals you get a w, we will take it. >> we've just got to
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Sep 28, 2015 11:00am PDT
figures were expected to be higher since the launch included china for the first time. the new phones go on sale in 40 additional countries october 9th. >>> berkeley is joining san francisco in the million dollar club when it comes to home prices. data from red oak realty shows the home price hit 1.05 million in the second quarter. it's the highest median price on record for that city and the first time the prices reached $1 million. san francisco is still the most expensive city in the bay area and across the country for that matter. the california association of realtors puts the median home price in san francisco at more than $1.3 million. >>> a big medical headline about breast cancer treatment. a new study finds many women with early stage breast cancer can skip chemotherapy and still beat the disease. a simple gene test can tell who those women are and identify if the patient is likely to respond to hormone therapy. in the study women who skipped chemo based on gene test scores had less than a 1% chance of cancer recurring within the next five years. this study is published in t
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Jul 25, 2016 11:00am PDT
signing with the warriors. tonight the olympic game will be a rematch of the team u.s.a. and china game, with team u.s.a. blowing out china by 49 points, the second straight blow out win and durant got 19 and klay thompson has 17. remember, we want to see your pictures. share them using #abc7now and we could show them on air. >> history taxis flight, the midair milestone reached in a matter of hours and thousand the bay area is connected to the historic moment. >> good morning, from sunny roof in san francisco where we are about the only place beside palo alto that is warmer than 24 hours ago. look at the temperatures up to ten degrees cooler so the 100s are gone for today. i check out the heat in my seven-day forecast. join me. >> would you hip no at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet, we've created access from at&t. california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits may qualify for home internet at
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Jul 31, 2017 11:00am PDT
morning. on twitter mr. trump accused china of not doing enough to stop north korea. u.s. bombers flew over the korean peninsula in a show force over the weekend. the military also tested its missile defense system successfully shooting down a test missile with another missile. >>> president trump is looking for a fresh start as general john kelly takes over as his chief of staff. the general was sworn in this morning. he'll have a lot on his plate as tensions with russia grow. abc 7 news reporter megan hughes has more on this developing story. >> reporter: president donald trump hoping to set the reset button, swearing in a new chief of staff. >> what he's done in terms of homeland security is record shattering. >> reporter: homeland security secretary general john kelly replacing reince priebus after a dramatic white house shake-up. >> we look forward to, if it's possible, an even better job as chief of staff. >> reporter: kelly diving right into the administration's turmoil. front and center at a cabinet meeting with attorney general jeff sessions whom trump recently called emb
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Jun 12, 2017 11:00am PDT
of the china eastern airlines jet. it was flying from sydney to shanghai yesterday when the engine failed. emergency crews only discovered the hole after the pilot landed safely. passengers said that they heard a really loud noise after takeoff, but nobody really worried about it until they started smelling something burning. there's a new development this morning in the london bridge terrorist attack. police made another arrest, a 19-year-old man held on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts. he was taken into custody in a late night raid in east london. six other men remain in custody after the june 3rd rampage pilled eight people. the suspects have not been identified or charged. britain's threat level remains severe, meaning attacks are highly likely. >>> new developments, arrests in the bill cos we sexual assault trial. he arrived this morning with his wife by his side. cosby did not testify, his lawyers called just one witness to the stand, a police detective, defense attorneys referred to the accuser as a stone cold liar during closing arguments. the prosecution is next. cos
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Feb 9, 2016 11:00am PST
firing woulds. >> right now, people are probably feeling like it is a vietnamese thing or a china thing come forward of july, people think it is an american thing. it is just...people scofflaws. >> the mall does have a sign that said fireworks are prohibited but the lunar new year sell braces have again going on here for years and even this morning we have heard firecrackers going off in the area. >> thank you. police have a man in custody after an early morning shooting at an apartment complex in san jose, as well, leaving a woman with life threatening injuries. we just talked with less and they say that the woman now is stable. police say she was shot at the terrace apartments and we waiting to hear how the victim and the man arrested knew each other. >> this man is appearing in court this morning to answer attempted murder charges. he is accused of attacking a highway patrol officer with a knife a week ago, and slashing him in the neck. it happened on the ramp to the bay bridge in san francisco. c.h.p. officer continued to recover from the wounds. >> fremont police are investig
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Jul 6, 2015 11:00am PDT
. 187 people were hurt including a woman from china. she and her husband sat down with me for an interview after her surgeries for pleading in the brain and a fractures ankle. i just checked in with them. she is back at work but she needs monthly therapy and counseling, too afraid to fly. they have received no money from asiana beyond the initial assistance. the airline is refusing to have foreign citizens' cases heard in the united states where the companies is much higher. investigators have blame the crash on pilot error. >> new details in a condo fire in hercules. an unstended pot on a stove caused a fire to break out in the complex last night destroying two condos before being brought under control. a woman escaped from the balcony and everyone else got out safely. the red cross is working to help the displaced residents. >> a new fast track is coming to the bay area the fast track flex is available on the interstate 580 express lanes built in the tri-valley corridor. drivers can use the tag to declare how many people are in the car. solo drivers can use the express lanes bu
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Feb 3, 2017 11:00am PST
burning building in china town. the blaze brock out before 8:00 on stockton near pacific in a building that has a grocery store on the first floor and apartments on the second floor. heavy smoke poured from the two-alarm fire. the victim's injuries are not life-threatening. >>> firefighters were busy in oakland this morning. this was on galvan street. you could see a car and carport were destroyed. flames were about to reach the adjacent home when firefighters got there around 5:40. witnesses say if it wasn't for the rain, the entire neighborhood would have burned. everyone inside got out safely. firefighters tell us they also had to deal with a down power line as well as propane tanks on the property. >>> new details this morning about this week's violent protest in berkeley. president trump striking a different tone in a tweet today. saying, professional anarchists, thugs and paid protesters are proving the point of the millions of people who voted to make america great again. now yesterday the president slammed uc berkeley in a tweet for the protest and threatened to pull f
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Feb 17, 2015 11:00am PST
lent at midnight. >> in china it is nearly the lunar celebration kickoff on thursday with mills -- with millions headed home to their family. it is "career of the sheep," which is a lucky animal, signaling a year of abundance. hopefully that is what everyone finds. meteorologist mike nicco? >> a different day out here for sure. temperatures are going to be running 8-15 degrees cooler-than-average and i will give you an upstate with the forecast. >> the new look for a fan favorite, the twist abc is putting on how you watch "modern family." >> serving up a feast for the stars with a look at menu for the biggest party on >>> covering daly city, dublin/pleasanton los gatos and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >>> next week's episode of "modden family," will look very different than any other help seed you have seen with the entire show shot on iphones and ipads. claire and phil are in the airport and cannot find their daughter and the family is texting and e-mails and the producers wanted to represent how most modern american families communicate. the episode "connection lost," airs on
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Dec 1, 2014 11:00am PST
. >>> look at this video. see that car? two men in china made a lucky escape this week after their car was swallowed by the sinkhole. surveillance footage shows the white sedan stopped in the middle of the road as it fell. you see the left front wheel runs right into the sinkhole. after the men jump out just in time, the car flips over into the pit. authorities say the sinkhole was caused by sand erosion beneath the road surface. >> good thing they got out okay. >>> today is world aids day, a day dedicated to raising awareness about the aids pandemic. and to warn those who died of the disease. after 2003 -- i want to double-check that date. 2013, aids killed more than 36 million people worldwide. an estimated 35 million people are living with hiv. the aids epidemic cost 2 million lives every year despite recent access to anti-retro viral treatment. >>> happening now, after emergency heart surgery last week, supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg is back on the bench. the supreme court is considering the free speech rights of people who use violent or threatening language on social m
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Jan 24, 2014 11:00am PST
will wear pure american design. after taking heat for "made in china" returns for the 2012 games the clothing has patchwork but credit ins are calling the uniforms tacky, something my grandmother would knit. they look tame when you see the rainbow threads on german team sparking speculation where they are tabling a stand against russia's anti-gay laws. but the curling team from north way -- norway takes the cake in red, white and blue are known for crazy clothes with a facebook page dedicateed to their pants has 500,000 "likes." >> now to the maverick competition, this is heat four. and the american has been knocked out of first place and this is a cool live streaming and it is on our website, too, at abc7 news.com , so you can see what is going on with the surfers. mike nicco is looking at that and more. mike? >> how about the waves. they will be taller the next couple of hours when the largest waves will come in. we will look at what is going on outside starting with the winds gusting at 27 miles per hour in oakland hills and mount tamalpais and everyone else around 15- to 20-miles
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Mar 2, 2016 11:00am PST
going. this happened in china and first of all, the to the her is -- the toddler is okay. after the video surfaced we learned that this van was rear ended in a crash last month so the back door doesn't quite latch properly. it looks terrifying, but it has a happy ending. a good samaritan stopped, picked up the girlfriend and tracked down the van, returned it to the parents. thank goodness. >> developing news in the mystery of missing malaysian airline flights 370. investigators are examining debris just fund off mozambique. it would be the second part of wreckage found since july. flight 370 vanished two years ago this month on the way to beijing with 239 people on board. officials say that the new debris appears to be part of a stabilizer on boeing 777. it is the only anyone picing 777. >> happening now the supreme court is debating the biggest abortion case in a quarter century. protesters were outside the courthouse before deliberate rays were underway this morning. at issue is a texas abortion law requiring two things: that doctors have admitting privileges at local hospitals; t
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Apr 11, 2017 11:00am PDT
because he was chinese. the video seen 1 million times in china alone. the serious incident providing comic relief for others. the twitter hashtag motto, trending. even abc's jimmy kimmel live joining in. >> this will be so badly, you use your own face as a flotation device. >> reporter: united is not laughing. an airport security officer has been placed on leave. abc news, new york. >>> several news outlets incoming entertainment site tmz reports dowel was charged in 2005 with felony drug counts for illegal prescribes and trafficking painkillers. >> some say the personal history has nothing to do with united airline's actions. abc 7 news reporter is live at sfo with that story. >> reporter: matt, a lot of passengers here say they'd like to be boycotting today, but when you have miles on united or has the best fare or goes to where you go, it's hard to make a statement when you make travel decisions. they tell us they don't think the passenger was without fault, but they are upset with united. new information this passenger has felony convictions in his past does not come as
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Jan 11, 2016 11:00am PST
was supposed to play to china last friday to start an intend help in beijing. she never boarded flight. all the golden gate bridge is stunning. it could be getting too popular. hordes of tourists cause major traffic headlines and shutting down the area at the most busy time. we have the potential change to come. amy hollyfield? >> yes, natasha, there are 122 packing spots here at vista point to handle all of the people would want to come to see this. it could have seen like a lot 70 years ago but it is not handling the demands of today. >> it is such an iconic spot. visitors come here at all hours every day to see it. >> it is such a beautiful view. there is no words to describe it. it is unbelievable. >> some experienced tourists know that the crowds here can be unbearable. they come at 9:00 a.m. on a monday or even 5:00 a.m. when it is easy to find a packing spot. >> i came in the daytime but it is very crowded. [ inaudible ] >> expanding the parking lot seems unlikely but transportation officials say they have reached a breaking point and something needs to change. >> during
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Oct 12, 2016 11:00am PDT
it hit over in china and that area and has come our way. it is not a harbinger of things to come. >> thank you, mike. happening today it is time to turn up the tape and you are invited the sharks are kicking off the new season with a street rally outside the s.a.p. center from 5:00 for 7:00 p.m. between santa clara and st. john, opening night festivities including a conference championship banner ceremony and a flow game l.e.d. wristband light show and open again the rival, the los angeles kings. >> if you have been sky diving you know that heart stopping feel that is dip california but the -- is typical but the video left one person nervous for an unusual reason. our hosts slain why -- explain why. all the skydiver had a mission to get his shoe back he lost in the aircraft it is ripped from his foot while trying to complete this stunt and he sees it fly off in the distance, incredibly, the shoe comes hurt eling back at him seconds later and the diver attempts to steer himself to the shoe it flies back to him a fourth time. did he catch it? you have to watch the show. >> we talk
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Dec 10, 2014 11:00am PST
cubs and the mother gave birth in july to her cubs at the research center in china and she is overjoyed to see them after all of these months. look at that. so loving. these are the world's first surviving panda trip lets and they are special. the zoo says mom is going to be able to penned more and more time with her cubs each day. >> they are trying to boost the panda situation so when you get triplets, that is. >> some. >> a reason to celebrate. >> thanks for joining us. who wants to be a millionaire. we will look at our morning sunset because it will not happen tomorrow morning. we will be ready for the storm. >> we will begin at 4:00 a.m. a half you get sick you can't breathe through your nose suddenly, you're a mouth breather. a mouth breather! well, put on a breathe right strip and shut your mouth. cold medicines open your nose over time, but add a breathe right strip and pow, it opens your nose up to 38% more. so you can breathe and do the one thing you want to do sleep. add breathe right to your cold medicine shut your mouth and sleep right. breathe right. and look for
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Sep 22, 2017 11:00am PDT
. president trump announcing more economic sanctions, and saying china, north korea's largest trading partner, has agreed to new measures aimed at isolating kim jong-un including the country's biggest banks immediately ending business with p pyongyang. >> all of our military options as the president has said is on the table. >> reporter: and ever since kim jong-un called president trump a mentally der u.s. ddotardan, searches have spiked for the word, dotard. it means an old person, especially o w become weak or senile, that word and hash tag already used hundreds of thousands of times. abc news, washington. >>> new this morning, the trump administration getting ready to unveil a replacement for its controversial travel ban. the new rules will vary by country, but may include a ban on travel to the u.s., or new restrictions on issuing visas for citizens of specific countries. remember, the original travel ban restricted people from six major muslim countries. it was under a 90-day review and that review expires on sunday. the new measures are expected to take effect by then. >>> happe
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Oct 6, 2017 11:00am PDT
>>> coming up on tonight on abc. news at 4:00, no cheap seats. why fans in china are willing i shell out more than 1,000 bucks to see the warriors play. >>> a bigger footprint in fremont, some say tesla is growing too big, too fast. at 5:00. >>> time for our favorite s segment of the week, talking about perfect pet, of course. drew is back to introduce us to a new beautiful friend. >> our perfect pet today is a dog from our friends at the alameda animal shelter. bella, this little lady, super sweet and loves people. bella is a brindle american bulld bulldog. she's three years old. her adoption fee has been paid for by an admirer. costs nothing to take her home with you. bella will prefer a home where she can be the queen bee with no other dogs and no cat. to make bella part of your family, call our friends at the alameda animal shelter at the number on your screen. 510-337-8565. she just looks oh so cute. >> she's clearly queen bee. >> is she's clearly. >> look at that face. >> how could she not be? >> you said somebody paid for the adoption fee. >> yeah, so just got to take her home. >>
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Oct 5, 2015 11:00am PDT
awarded and the prize for medicine went to these people, a man from china struggles a drug for malaria, and two joint winners for a drug that fights infiction caused by pair suits. and the nobel prize in peace and literature and come city are announced in the coming weeks. >> mike discovered the heat headed this way. >> worthy of a prize. >> yes, threat week, and nice to know the way it looks right now, it is monday, and that is our big finale, not going to is to worry about fog and that is good news. we will take a look at what going on temperature-wise, with plenty of sunshine in the upper 60s to low 70s in most neighborhoods and livermore and los gatos at 73 and san ramon 76 and santa rosa at 71 for the warm spot and novato at 68 and oakland at 67689 here is a look at the golden gate bridge where the winds have been various average the last couple of hours but they are blowing on shore and we have a moderate onshore flow today and because it is merchandise rat, that is why we are seeing a little bit of haze right new but not "spare the air" day just difficultused sunshine an
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May 12, 2017 11:00am PDT
starts on sunday in china. >> yes. >> you announced yesterday or secretary ross did that you're going to send a delegation to that summit. >> yes. >> can you come to how you came to that conclusion? what's ostensibly a major trade initiative. >> it's a major trade initiative. there's a lot of ports and infrastructure that they're looking to do through those discussions that secretary ross and secretary mnuchin and others had at mar-a-lago and part of this is that that is something they've done. we're going to continue to work with them. obviously trade is a major issue for us and what they're looking to do is great importance to our economic and national security and they've asked us to send people to that and we have them attend things that we're doing as well. i think that's -- as the president has shown in terms of the relationship that he's built with president xi and the rest of the team, built with their delegation, those relationships are clearly paying dividends both on the national security front and on the economic front. jennifer. >> do they know the u.s. is going to participa
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Aug 24, 2015 11:00am PDT
all related to china is why we have seen the market impacting united states-based companies such as apple, that do a lot of business if china. we have seen apple now below $100 a share. it is probably in your 401(k) even if you do not own it outright it is a major holding of every major mutual fund losing a quarter of the value on april on slowing sales of everything but the iphone. the technical stock, especially, were hit hard because so many do business in china and depend on china for growth. it certainly felt like panic at the open today but it is best not to let that dictate your investment. historically speaking strongs rise over time. those who sold in the grow recession in 2009 lost 1/2 their money and those would waited it out and gained it all back and over five years have seen the investments rise 61 percent. >> that was jane king reporting. tech companies including giants saw big losses this morning and at one point facebook shares were down 4 1/2 percent and twitter down 3 percent and google dropped 2.4 percent. >> count on abc for completion fission when the market cl
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May 21, 2015 11:00am PDT
fight to show their displeasure. they were stranded for hours at a china airport. they flung food provided by china's southern airline. right back at them. that's the mess they created. passengers complain they were delayed for four hours by bad weather. >> we may feel like doing that but we never try that. >>> meteorologist mike ahead with the forecast. >>> we have a long list of things to explore. perfect for the upcoming three day weekend. we see some places to check out. >>> the revolutionary procedure that saved the life of this turtle. the delicate operation that's being called a success. >>> abc 7 in san francisco this morning for a $500 million expansion. we'll have more than 500,000 square feet of continuous space. the operators hope the expansion will help provide more conventional space to meet the increasing demand. >> means more conventions more tourist dollars. >>> that kid is back and said to appear on the big screen. >> when we're going about doing a wish it's whimsical. >> the new trailer begins making its online debut today. the documentary opens next month in se
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Nov 11, 2013 11:00am PST
tv." >> meteorologist mike nicco is here to look at the storme: moving to china. >> we will show you what is going on it came in north, right near the chinese and vietnam border and has moved through the hilly mountains of southeast china. it has been ripped apart. it has no more tropical characteristics left and it will be a rainmaker for this area. it is making the move to the northeast and by 4:00 tonight there will barely be wins of 35 miles per hour. there could be minor flooding but typhoon haiyan is over for all intents and purposes. the cleanup begins in the philippines and parts vietnam. >> "good morning america" correspondent who spends her career reporting on life-or-death situations revealed today she is facing her own battle. she announced this morning she has breast cancer. doctors found it when she underwent the first ever mammogram on live television on "good morning america" in an emotional story. >> we froze when it happened this morning. sources at the network say the response has been overwhelming, that thoughts and prayers have been pouring in all morning. >> wor
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May 26, 2016 11:00am PDT
? china unveil as bus prototype that will make you do a double take and it could get the commute moving like never before >> bogged down by work e-mail? you are not alone, the length some are going now to help employees avoid bun out. >> looking outside, a look at our south peach camera, and meteorologist mike nicco has ♪ they go ooh ooh. ♪ hey! ♪ they go oh-ooh-ooooh. ♪ sitting, watching, waiting, wishing. ♪ ♪ i tell you one thing, you never knew it. ♪ ♪ at the back of the bus ♪ there is so much to give, so dream big. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ get down, get down. >> the abc7 news app on the go on your schedule on one screen. all weather, traffic, and news that lives where you live. >> we are following developing news from north carolina where four navy pilots are hospital i'd after two super hornets collided in midair off the outer banks at 7:30 our time. a commercia
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Feb 9, 2015 11:00am PST
nothing reported at my cincinnati san -- mineta san jose. >> china's wealthy ill legal buying homes in the bay area in record numbers. we explore how that is affecting prices. >> this is a real estate trade show in shanghai where buyers choose homes from votes. competition among the real stores in the bay area is stiff. >> they feel that the government here is much more stable. it is a great place to invest. in china you do not have home ownership it is a 70 year lease. >> and we show you what it takes to get the deals done tonight at 11 o'clock. >> bet there will be a lot of cleaning up after the storm if the backyard. >> a lot of people i imagine. and probably wet. wear the older shoes. here is how sfo looks and why cheryl mentioned the flight arrival delays with drops on the lens and i will show you where it it is raining with live doppler hd a beautiful look at rainbows action great day for them and the big warming trend if the holiday weekend. >> and distracted driving on another level. how this man reacted when he realized he got caught being overconnected. >> stretch what is
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Aug 17, 2015 11:00am PDT
, this is abc7 news. >> a new study said wind push polluted air from china to the western united states put together by researchers from united states universities finding that ozone concentrations over china increased by 7 percent between 2005 and 2010 and the pollution has reached western united states the way the currents go the volume of ozone causing questions has impacted the progress of the united states has made with ozone. we have a different reason for the fog and haze. >> a last fires we have had so that is why we have the haze. >> we did not tack about the trinity fires last week because we were so focused on the jerusalem and rocky fire but we will look at what is going on outside right now. we have a wind shift that is starting to develop and you can see it has brought mainly clear sky to the peninsula this morning as we look at sfo and ill is going to be smoky today and hot but not so hot as yesterday. at least if most neighbors, not is many records, cooling air will spread for all of our neighbors by wednesday and we may be able to turn off the air conditioning, with cle
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May 31, 2017 11:00am PDT
union and china are vowing to reaffirm their commitment to the paris climate accord regardless of whether president trump pulls out of the packet. lana zack reports from washington. >> reporter: president trump is likely to drop out of the paris climate accord. that's according to a senior white house official who cautions no final decision has been made. if the president decides to go this route, the u.s. would join just syria and nicaragua in opposing the agreement. the united states under the obama administration helped lead the charge on the landmark climate deal. 197 countries joined including all of the top five nations responsible for co 2 emissions, china, rush withdraw, india and japan. the u.s. is number two. and if the u.s. pulls out, other countries who previously agreed to participate may follow. >> we're going to cancel the paris climate agreement. >> reporter: on the campaign trail, mr. trump lobbied against the deal, even tweeting that global warming was a hoax. and as president he has unraveled other obama era p>> my administration is puttin an end to the war on c
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Nov 21, 2013 11:00am PST
become the next united states ambassador to china. the current ambassador announce ed his resignation and lee currently is in china and the spokesman said he has not been approached and he has he of althoughs his job which takes 100 percent of his time. >> still to come, san francisco eyes a plan used overseas to stop bicycle thieves. >> major production for a plane that landed at the wrong airport to take off again. >> bringing sight saving surge troy a san jose man but, first, outside to a picture of the city if all its glory from our sutro to thosuffered in silence... hoped... and lived in a state of fear... welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll now at coveredca.com or call 800-675-2607. >> a giant cargo plane that landed in the wrong airport is ready to take off. right now it is sitting at a small wichita airport where it landed by mistake, this is a huge boeing 747 and the jet was supposed to touch dow
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Nov 18, 2016 11:00am PST
criticized app for using overseas manufacturers and threatened stiff import tariffs from china to encourage domestic production. >> a bizarre twist in the sent for a missing california mother with a plea for her safe return that could jeopardize the investigation. >> massive fires in southern california and what caught crews >> son california, firefighters are at the scene of a pallet five in riverside county. flames from the yard in paris, california, could be seen for miles with spectacular swirls. several propane tanks exploded. it took three hours to put the fire out. >> new details now on the search for missing mother from shasta county. the case is taking a strange twist. an anonymous letter offering money for safe return causing concern with the investigators. letter was posted on a new website www. sherripapini. kidnapper hour much they want. they did not offer a specific amount but they gave the number of a negotiator who said he is a kidnap and ransom consultant. to be clear, investigators have not said this is a kidnapping and they say the letter could jeopardize their
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Aug 4, 2014 11:00am PDT
china rose with 398 people killed in the 6.3 earthquake with southfield -- with surveillance video showing the shaking. it levels 12,000 homes. trim mars remain health 200 miles away the most severe earthquake to hit the region in a century. >>> new details from ohio where the mayor of toledo is telling residents to drink up. he lift add these day ban on water use this morning. hundreds of thousands were toll not to drink, brush their teeth or wash dishes with city water after high toxin levels were discovered in green-colored water coming from lake erie. tests reveal the water is safe city-wide. >> leyla gulen is here for meteorologist mike nicco. >> we will get our own water. it will not make a dent in the drought. as we look at the traffic coming from marin county, we are looking at a thick marine layer. we have 2,000' thick marine layer creating moisture in the air and well have showers overnight and possible thunderstorms in the bay area tonight and into tomorrow with the seven-day forecast in a little bit. >> the first european players to find success in the nba is getting a
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Nov 12, 2013 11:00am PST
eight people were killed in china by the typhoon haiyan which weakened to a tropical storm. the millions of people who survived the typhoon haiyan are deputy trait for food, water and shelter. aid is on the way. but it is not arriving fast enough. katie? >> local filipino community groups have launched several donation drives since friday and people in the bay area are answering the call. because of bad weather, closed roads and airports, no power, little assistance has reached the destination. it is a matter of life and death. >> an american teen was among the evacuees and describes the horror. >> i saw women and children piled under tarps and dogs people need help. >> the u.n. has launched efforts to raise more than $300 million in disaster relief. the united states has flamed $20 million and an aircraft carrier. the uss george washington is steaming to the area but it is a day or two away. until then, medical personnel in the philippine are doing the best they can with what they have. which isn't much. we have in water. pushing in. donating food and supplies and cash at the w
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Dec 28, 2015 11:00am PST
film in history and a rods -- record for christmas day sales without china >> the warriors try to extend the home court winning streak to 33 when they home the kings. we have good news about mvp steph curry who is reiterating he will play despite recovering from a bruised right calf. we were in oakland for the warriors practice yesterday and steph curry hurt his leg on wednesday and played less time than usual during the game against the cavs but he still leads in scoring with over 30 point as game and the wise are 28-1 so far this season. >> even with the bruise he is the best in the league. >> absolutely. >> we are on a roll the our mike is on the roof. it looks like we will have a nice week, mike, with for rain in the forecast? >> not really. there is a slight chance around santa rosa headed tuesday into wednesday, otherwise we have a dry ending on the year and a dry going to the new year. to start it off with a few showers this morning we had a couple of .02" across the north bay and we had .15" in san jose. high country. otherwise, it is quiet. even up to the north the storm
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Apr 6, 2017 11:00am PDT
powerful in china and her mother has real estate holdings in california. >>> abc 7 news learned the wife of the orlando nightclub shooter left the bay area jail on the way to florida to stand trial. she agreed to stop fighting extradition earlier this week. the u.s. office is currently moving her to orlando where she's going to face charges of aiding her husband, omar, in planning last year's pulse nightclub massacre. she was arrested at her family's home in january and held in jail in dublin ever since. >>> new this morning, two women and five cats had to be rescued from a burning home in san francisco's glen park neighborhood this morning. the one-alarm blaze broke out at 8:45 near randall. the women and cats suffered smoke inhalation. the cats were rescued, given oxygen by firefighters. this is video shot by a neighbor. all are expected to be okay. firefighters brought the fire under control in a half hour. >>> happening now, search underway for a missing woman in san jose. there's the picture of her. she's considered at risk. she is 67 and suffers from dementia. the family is wo
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Sep 22, 2014 11:00am PDT
, selling seven times more of the iphone 6 compared to the 6 plus. they are not yet available in china where they selling for up to ten times the united states price on the black market. >>> and now let's go outside. it is the last day of summer. >> a nice day to be outside even at the coast with the temperatures in the mid 60's in the water, it is comfortable. it is hazy behind me. just a little. we could see all the way over to oakland. the last week of the season and we need winds for the a's and the giants but they are out of town. now, what does it mean today? we are supposed to by theory, get full sunlight everywhere for 12 hours and a full nighttime for 12 years but that doesn't happen because the earth is not a perfect sphere. actually, we get six more minutes of sunshine than we supposed to. today. in theory. the winds are 13 miles per hour at half moon bay. ten in fairfield. notice they are light and variable and it is small bubble of high pressure taking over ahead of our next system. a couple of things, the clouds are evaporating from the coast and the smoke is now changing
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Oct 29, 2015 11:00am PDT
to care for the fur bay and the other panda babies in china at the research center. the panda nannies earn $32,000 a year but a big perk is spending 365 days with the panda and sharing the daily joys. do they work every day for $32,000 a year? she must love that job. how cute is that? >> i want to go there. >> we all want to go there. from all of us, thank you for joining us. when i was sidelined with blood clots in my lung,h. it was serious. fortunately, my doctor had a game plan. treatment with xarelto®. hey guys! hey, finally, somebody i can look up to... ...besides arnie. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there's limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, i tried warfarin, but the blood testing and dietary restrictions... don't get me started on that. i didn't have to. we started on xarelto®. nice pass.
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Dec 2, 2015 11:00am PST
alibaba in china worth $30 billion is coming under fire because of changing tax implications. the board of directors is now facing pressure to sell off the internet business, instead. tech analysts thinks the board will take a wait-and-see approach at meetings this week. >> what they would do is at least for another quarter, tie to figure out how best to monetize and expand the internet properties while they are waiting to see what the government is going to say and how they are going to deal with a potential alibaba spinoff. >> marissa mayer expressed confidence the company is holding in the right direction drawing up plans potentially eliminating hundreds of jobs with a policy of more details in january. uninvestor is aimed at everthrowing the yahoo board if they do not change the course of action. if that is successful, it could end mire's tenure at company. she is under great pressure but with the board being behind her i doubt it would be -- there would be any significant change that will happen in the next three to six months. she will have to perform significantly. >> yahoo
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Feb 23, 2017 11:00am PST
is checking out new bigs after arriving to her new home in china. the panda was pretty reticent at first. she is emerging from her crate and timid and placing her paw on the concrete floor and smelling around and eventually settles in. her favorite is fresh bamboo chutes. she was transferred from the national zoo in washington as part of a breeding program there. and that is scary. we wish her the best. >> we break bamboo every morning. >> from all of us here at abc 7 news, thank you for joining >> i have no idea how much money i'll be giving away today. could be $50,000. it could be a million. but i can promise you that whatever happens, it won't be boring. so stay right there. it's time to play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ hey, everybody, welcome to the show. you guys ready to play "millionaire" today? [cheers and applause] our returning contestant often gets in trouble for talking too much. he's hoping today he'll just talk his way through our questions to $1 million. from colorado springs, colorado, please welcome back k
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