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FOX News
Jan 19, 2011 9:00am EST
the latest on the state dinner for the president of china at the white house. in the meantime, see you tomorrow, everybody. bill: thank you, everybody. it's where the rubber meets the road. the republicans promised to hold an up or down vote on mc. they are callinged the law a job killer. the resolution is called job care act. >> this will increase healthcare costs. we are already seeing premiums go up across the board. we are hearing from thousands of employers across the country talking about dropping their employer-sponsored health insurance, and we are already hearing from the lack of choices consumers will get as this new law is put into place. this new law is a fiscal house of cards and a healthcare house of cards. bill: this is the day democrats fighting to make sure the law stands. the president is working to make it better but refuses to go what he calls backwards. you will hear from a republican and democrat on the repeal vote. more states join the massive legal fight against the law. dana perino on that the moments away. in the meantime the white house rolling out the red ca
FOX News
Dec 11, 2012 6:00am PST
satisfied with outsourcing thousands of jobs toe low-wage china when he was on the board of gateway computer. he wants to turn michigan into the same low wage environment we see in china. >> reporter: looking around here live at the scene at the capitol, you have teachers who took the day off from school to demonstrate. you have united auto workers. we saw several big trucks from the teamsters. a lot of people sympathetic to efforts of these workers out here making their voices heard, expressing their discontent with what has happened. governor snyder told me a short time ago this is in response to a ballot initiative you remember failed in november. that was proposition 2. it would have put collective bargaining in the michigan constitution. it would have made it untouchable by any kind of new legislation. that is part of the complaint from the democrats. they say it is politics and retribution. also the complaint you hear from democrats it happened so fast. it happened without the public having time for input. what you see on the lawn is something governor snyder referenced f ther
FOX News
Sep 4, 2017 6:00am PDT
triggering a 5.7 magnitude trem orr. shaking abilities in northeast china. the president took to twitter to sort of remind our allies in the region of what is at stake. he said this, south korea is finding, as i've told them, their talk of appeasement with north korea will not work. they only understand one thing. unfortunately that could leave the u.s. with very few options. >> our issue is not with the people of north korea. our issue is with kim jong-un. it is not just the united states, frankly. it is virtually every country around the world. condemnation. we've seen it from european allies and elsewhere condemning the actions of north korea. >> our former colleague from the state department. molly, as we break down what has happened in the past and as we continue a very close and watchful eye on what the administration may be looking at doing with the north in the weeks and days ahead is a tenuous situation. >> the president has decided to end daca with a six-month delay. what's the thinking behind the pause? >> an administration official told me it gives the do nothing congress a l
FOX News
Nov 25, 2010 9:00am EST
they are pressing china to get involved. and south koreans protesting the attack and lawmakers lashing out at their government for what they call a slow response. >> south korea beefing up the military prince in preparation for possible retaliation. and now to washington, dc. why did 9 defense minister quit? >> well, good morning, and happy thanksgiving, there was an message meeting today with south korean president promising to send more troops to the island hit by the north korean artillery on tuesday. the south korean government said another attack could occur at any time and it will be increasing ground troops on four other islands and changing the rules of engagement. the south korean defense minister resigned after fierce criticism over the respond to the attack. lawmakers saying the response was not fast enough and that officials were unprepared and we have the north warning of more attacks if the south decides to take any military action. >> and how is the united states getting involved here? what are we doing? >> the uss george washington is on the way to the area, and
FOX News
Jan 17, 2011 9:00am EST
of other federal spending. does that mean you pay china first. >> reporter: it means we honor our debt obligations first. i agree with that. if it comes to the point, bill where there is a standoff between the president and the congress, where the congress says we will only agree to a debt increase if we get spending under control and spending reductions and the president says i'm not going to go for that, you do have a mexican standoff. the question is how do you pay your bills if you can't issue new debt. revenues come in, you can spend the money that comes in you just can't borrow any more. what the governor is saying in that case let's at least make sure we are not defaulting on our debts. remember, by the way, that i think governor palenty was correct when he said that the president is being a little bit hypocritical here because as you reported on fox last week the president himself when he was senator voted against the debt sealing increase. bill: that was back in 2006. what the white house would argue is it is suicide not to raise the debt limit. are they right? >> reporte
FOX News
Jan 17, 2017 6:00am PST
possible shift in washington's relationship with china, wow. how is beijing reacting to that? we'll explore it coming up. >> shannon: the last man to walk on the moon has made his final journey. >> put yourself out there, that's what it was like looking back at the earth. it is a spiritual experience. these are difficult times for elderly holocaust survivors >> shannon: the russian president pushing back against accusations he helped donald trump win the presidential election. vladimir putin dismissing reports of a secret dossier and accusing this obama administration of spreading lies to try to undermine the authority of the president-elect. congressman peter king is a member of the house intelligence committee. good to have you with us. what do you make of the latest allegation by president putin saying he in his view the obama administration is trying to delegitimize the president-elect before he takes office? >> well, i think the dossier itself is totally phony but again, i don't want to rely on vladimir putin. i do think that putin is an enemy of the united states and understand why do
FOX News
Sep 5, 2017 6:00am PDT
ballistic missiles. they say let's sanction the countries that do business with north korea. china has said it doesn't want north korea to have nuclear weapons but hasn't applied economic powers. why not? it fears that doing so would collapse the regime in north korea, bring millions of refugees in china and lead to u.n. and south korea forces intervening. >> bill: diplomatically speaking take it higher. how do you think this administration is handling this so far? >> well, i think making it clear that they don't see any point in negotiating with north korea is an important step and, in fact, there is only one country worth negotiating with all due respect to vladimir putin, it's not russia, it's china. and this is the pitch to make to china. you don't want to refugee flow, you don't want an uncontrolled american advance inside north korea, let's do this constructively, merge the two koreas and get rid of this nuclear threat. it's a hard argument to make and we don't have much time which is why the president's rhetoric about the potential use of military force is serious. and i think t
FOX News
May 2, 2017 6:00am PDT
china to do what china uniquely can do to resolve this problem. i don't think personally we have definitive evidence that china is doing that. i think china unfortunately is doing the same thing it's done for the past 25 years. give with one hand and take away with the other. that's why the circumstances, i think, here grow more and more serious. the united states cannot tolerate a north korea capable of hitting targets in the united states with nuclear weapons. it's a terrorist threat we can't live with. >> bill: first president trump in an audio interview with bloomberg whether or not he would meet with the north korean leader one-on-one. >> yes, under the right circumstances i would absolutely met with him. most political people would never say that but i'm telling you, under the right circumstances i would meet with him. >> bill: under the right circumstances. that could mean a lot. on the face of it, is this smart diplomacy do you think? >> in the right circumstances is where the story lies. but i think one insight here into what the president is saying may be that because h
FOX News
Jun 24, 2013 6:00am PDT
human rights abuse, this broad surveillance. john kerry signaled there may be consequences for china and russia if it's shown they failed to cooperate with the u.s. on snowden. >> with we expect to the china-russia relationship and where this puts us, you know, it would be deeply troubling obviously if they have adequate notice and notwithstanding that they make the decision to ignore that and not live about it standard of the law. >> reporter: the russian airline confirmed there is a ticket in snowden's name traveling from moscow to cuba. that flight left this morning apparently without the nsa laker joan board. it's possible the rugs will not release snowden. martha: that's a tricky walk. i don't know how you get to the airport without going through the checkpoints and officially being in the country. there is the whole issue of whether there are more leaks to come from edward snowden. >> reporter: the director of national intelligence claims they believe snowden has more document. one official charactered the the number of document as voluminous and extending well beyond classifie
FOX News
Apr 13, 2017 6:00am PDT
china is cooperating more with the u.s., taking a harder line with north korea. well, officials today point to projects like the one we unveiled today. they claim that shows they don't need anyone. here is what one resident told us about the united states and sanctions. >> we don't really care and we live under the sanction of u.s. since the very first day. so we don't really give a damn. >> we must note that quote and many -- much of the work we do here has government officials somewhat nearby. but there is so much to see and so much to hear and it has been five years since we have been here. a lot more to tell. stay tuned. >> bill: good to have you on the ground there, greg. he is live in the pyongyang. it's unclear to me if the north has the ability to send a missile to japan 800 to 1,000 miles which is what you would need to travel. ask jack keane about that next hour. >> shannon: is kim jong-un crazy or crazy like a fox. making him unpredictable and more dangerous and he knows what he is doing. >> bill: president trump on russia and north korea as well. on the north korea matter
FOX News
Oct 19, 2012 9:00am EDT
from countries like china. look where we are right now, deeper into debt. we can't keep going down this path. if you want to see what this movie looks like at the end of this movie, go home, turn on the tv, and look at europe. if you want to have results like europe, you copy european policies. guess what? we don't want to have european results. we want america to be america the exceptional country, the land of the free, home of the brave, the land of the american dream. that means leadership. martha: florida's going to get a lot of love and attention over the next couple of days. later governor romney will join his running mate on the campaign trail. they're holding a rally in daytona beach with country music star john rich and vice president biden also in florida this morning, both campaigns competing for the huge 29 electoral votes that florida has. 18 days to go, folks. >>> we have this fox news alert for you now. there is new fallout from the failure of an electric car battery maker that got nearly $250 million in taxpayer-backed loans. two companies are fighting to buy a123 system
FOX News
Jun 16, 2010 9:00am EDT
, it will be wiped out by the increase in greenhouse gas emissions from india, brazil and china which will not be bound by our regimes so we're going to beggar our economy to what advantage? better to pursue different strategies that don't involve a heavy tax on the use of energy. bill: two more points on this. i thought it was very interesting yesterday afternoon how the estimate of the leak out of this gusher suddenly went from 15 to 20,000 barrels a day and it skyrocketed to 60,000 barrels. you can make the argument that the company benefits with a lower estimate, you can also make the argument that the white house benefits with a lower estimate. okay, now we're dealing with 60,000 barrels a day, with no end in sight, based on the speech last night because we still haven't gotten a recentulation on this. in one hour now the president sits down with bp executives and talks to them, we believe based on the white house schedule we were given this morning for a period of 20 minutes. what do you get done in the white house in 20 minute, karl? you've worked there. >> you get two th
FOX News
Nov 26, 2010 9:00am EST
, asked china for help in easing tensions, not that china has ever been helpful, at least according to the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. mike mullen. what is the latest on the request for chinese help? >> reporter: right. the tensions are high, with north korea's words and their actions, and, the artillery blasts and south korea, protests in the streets burning pictures of the north korean leaders and washington and seoul asked china to step in because they are north korea's only real ally and asking china to use their influence to get them to back off and show restraint but china is not happy with the joint exercises off its coast, either and has said, basically, called for all sides to show restraint, here at the white house, president obama said earlier, in the week in a tv interview, that the u.s. is reaffirming its commitment to the defense of south korea and has not spoken publicly about these artillery strikes in the north since it happened, perhaps trying not to in flame the situation even more, gregg? gregg: malini wilkes, live at the white house. thanks very much. pa
FOX News
Mar 24, 2010 9:00am EDT
action. watch the courts for that. martha: have you watched what's going on between google and china? this is getting very interesting, folks. there are escalating tensions between the united states and china over a lot of issues, but most importantly, when you look at the big picture, the huge amount of u.s. debt that is held by china. china is currently carrying $889 billion, that's more than our entire stimulus package, folks, in u.s. financial burden, and with america already involved in two hot and costly wars, could it be heading now for a trade war as war? fox business network's stu varney says this is a dangerous brewing financial situation that could be very dramatic. stu, the whole google-china thing, just to kind of fill people in on this if they're not in on it, google was upset because china was forcing censoring through the portal, they finally said you know what, we're going to switch from china to the portal will be in hong kong now, china is still censoring the traffic between china and hong kong and this is the first time really we've seen a huge american company so
FOX News
May 2, 2012 9:00am EDT
really drives it home too. >>> there is fresh fallout in this diplomatic crisis. why china is now demanding an apology from us. we'll explain. martha: plus a new security agreement now with afghanistan. what exactly does that mean? and who will fill the vacuum once u.s. troops are out of there in 2014? will the taliban fight its way back to power? we'll be right back. ♪ dad, why are you getting that? is there a prize in there? oh, there's a prize, all right. [ male announcer ] inside every box of cheerios are those great-tting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can help lower cholester. is it a superhero? kinda. ♪ [ roger ] tell me you have good insurance. yup, i've got... [ kyle with voice of dennis ] ...allstate. really? i was afraid you'd have some cut-rate policy. [ kyle ] nope, i've got... [ kyle with voice of dennis ] ...the allstate value plan. it's their most affordable car insurance -- and you still get an allstate agent. i too have...[ roger with voice of dennis ]...allstate. [ roger ] same agent and everything. [ kyle ] it's like we're connected. no w
FOX News
Aug 9, 2011 6:00am PDT
whammy on the dow's freefall, china announcing a big spike in inflation. watch all of that as we move throughout the day. alisyn: back home, democrats continue to blame the tea party for the s&p downgrade, ahead of the democratic national committee, congresswoman debbie wasserman-schultz taking to twitter to agree with senator john kerry, among others, who called the tea party out for blocking a more comprehensive deal on the debt ceiling. tweeting, quote, truer words never spoken, senator john kerry, on "meet the press", this is without question a tea party downgrade, tea party tyrants block big deals. bill we're going to debate that with a terrific panel. on the other side, senator john mccain saying people are missing the point of the downgrade. he was talking at a town hall in his home state of arizona. >> these are very difficult times. and we're paying a very heavy price for spending that has put us into a situation. i'm not a huge fan of standard & poor's, they are the ones that gave the mortgage market aaa status, as you might recall, and we're hardly wrong in that assessment,
FOX News
Dec 18, 2009 9:00am EST
disastrous results, higher rates of prostitution and the philippines, heart disease in china, suicide in chile, and hiv in africa. not to mention a loss of polar bears, a panda bears, the guerrillas, and that goes. >> changing arrival times for birds. >> hurricanes, drought, melting glaciers, rising oceans. >> it is a small island in the south pacific that will be inundated if we do not take action. >> overreaching, yes. but does it also damaged their credibility? >> this is chicken little. none of these points are panning out that the sky is falling in the world is about to end. >> the best case scenario is probably bad, at this point, a sign off of what they already agreed to with some aspirational numbers and finally claim of victory. william la jeunesse bill: on the ground up copenhagen, thank you. >alysn: event agreement comes out of copenhagen, it will not come cheap. america has been committed to paying a $100 billion a year funds under certain conditions. what will that cost us, and where will that money come from? stuart varney from the fox business network has more. what is the
FOX News
Feb 12, 2013 6:00am PST
nose at the united states in the world community. china russia, south korea, japan, it conducted yet another nuclear test overnight. this time that rogue regime detonating a miniature rice eddie vice just the type would you put on top of a ballistic missile. ambassador john bolton, former ambassador to the united nations and fox news contributor, good morning to you sir. i want to connect two dots quickly. you had a missile test in september, a smaller test overnight that was first perceived to be an earthquake, now we know according to south korean officials it is something very different. what are you to make of this now, mr. ambassador. >> as you say this is the third north korean nuclear test. they are proceeding in a very systematic way coupled with tests of ballistic missiles obviously to develop a nuclear warhead that their missiles can carry anywhere on earth. we've seen this program in training for 20 years, and this third test is just another piece of evidence, sadly, of the failure of america's efforts through three administrations to deal effectively with north korea
FOX News
Apr 24, 2017 6:00am PDT
from nikki haley as president trump speaks with leaders of china and japan urging restraint with north korea as tensions continue to mount. >> bill: a professor becomes the latest american detained trying to leave north korea. what the regime hopes to gain by this and we'll talk about their latest threats. >> north korea for no reason is holding another american trying to have some sort of bargaining chip. they show what an irrational national player they really are. what if technology gave us the power to turn this enemy into an ally? microsoft and its partners are using smart traps to capture mosquitoes and sequence their dna to fight disease. there are over 100 million pieces of dna in every sample. with the microsoft cloud, we can analyze the data faster than ever before. if we can detect new viruses before they spread, we may someday prevent outbreaks before they begin. >> shannon: secretary of defense james mattis speaking moments ago in kabul. general michelson is also there making a stop in afghanistan today promising support for the government there. there was an afghan army b
FOX News
Apr 3, 2017 6:00am PDT
of him, china, the supreme court and we welcome you to a monday edition of a "america's newsroom." back in new york city, shannon bream. i'm bill hemmer. missed you last week. >> shannon: i'm shannon bream in nor martha maccallum. the president will host chinese president xi jingping at his mar-a-lago home later this week and meanwhile he grinds away on health care wheeling and dealing on the government course with rand paul. >> bill: neil gorsuch is expect to take a major step towards confirmation. the judiciary committee will vote setting up for a showdown with the democrats. the republican, mitch mcconnel said gorsuch will be a justice no matter what democrats do this week. >> look, what i'm telling you is judge gorsuch is going to be confirmed. the way in which that occurs is in the hands of the democratic minority. during the course of the week we'll see how this will end but it will end with his confirmation. >> shannon: a ton of news to get to today. we'll begin with chief white house correspondent john roberts. >> how is this monday different than any other, shannon? >> s
FOX News
Apr 26, 2011 9:00am EDT
the inf, saying china overtakes us in five years and that warning about our debt rating down the road, could be taken down a notch or two, you're looking at america's standing in the world in retreat in decline. bill: we're going to talk to that, the very issue with steve forbes next hour. one more point on this. the study concludes it only gets worse. >> yes. bill: it doesn't get better come 2012. >> yes, because of the runaway cost necessary medicare in particular and baby boomers retiring under social security. so those outlays, those transfers, the sheer number, volume of dollars, going from the government to individuals, those transfer payments, only go up, so the share of the pie that comes to us from the government those up again. bill: it's a remarkable study to see how the country is changing. see you in four minutes on that your show, stuart. alisyn: 26 states are challenging the health care reform law, the supreme court rejecting a request to fast track lawsuits against the health overhaul. we're going to talk to the man who is the first to challenge the nur health car
FOX News
May 11, 2017 6:00am PDT
, the slamming the fuel tank into a dump truck. in eastern china. the rider of the motorcycle survived. you see him get up out of the flames and dragged away. quick reaction from the driver of the dump truck pulled him to safety. some of those buy standers helping as well happened in china. >> shannon: what an amazing -- a bit of a miracle walking away from that. major confirmation battle could be in the works on capitol hill over who is going to replace james comey. democrats suggesting any possible successor is a non-starter unless they get a special prosecutor named to oversee the russia investigation. here is senate minority leader chuck schumer. >> this special prosecutor would have much greater latitude in who he can subpoena, which questions they ask, how to conduct an investigation. >> shannon: senator mike lee of utah sits on the judiciary committee and joins us live. we've got a list, a number of names floated out there. have you got a pick? >> you know, there are a lot of people who could take this job. it is important and a lot of people will be paying attention. o
FOX News
May 4, 2012 6:00am PDT
see this man over here coming to the united states from china? >> reporter: there's no precise timeline, martha but we just got word from the state department they will speed things up. spokesperson victoria newland sate the united states government says the chinese government will expeditious i the documents, the united states government would give visa requests for him and his immediate family priority attention. in about 90 minutes ago we heard from secretary of state hillary clinton said she is encouraged by this story's recent turn. >> over the course of the day, progress has been made to help him have the future that he wants and we will be staying in touch with him as this process moves forward. >> reporter: and secretary clinton also said since the beginning all efforts with chen has been guided by his choices and our values. martha: very interesting. so any word how long he and his family plan to stay in the united states, peter? >> reporter: the plan is only for a few months, martha and chen apparently has an invitation from new york university, nyu, to come and study
FOX News
Oct 17, 2012 9:00am EDT
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FOX News
Feb 9, 2017 6:00am PST
was saying yesterday to me that you go to china, you to go japan, they have fast trains all over. we don't have one. i don't want to compete with your business, but we don't have one. and it's the same thing with our airports. our airports used to be the best, now they are at the bottom of the rung. we've spent $6 trillion two months ago in the middle east. we have nothing. we have nothing. we never even kept even a little tiny oil well. not -- i said keep the oil that that we spent $6 trillion in the middle east and we have nothing and we have an obsolete plane system and obsolete airports and trains and bad roads. we are going to change all of that, folks. you will be so happy with trump. i think you already are. we want to help you realize these goals by rolling back burdensome regulations. you people are regulated as much as almost anybody. i can think of a couple of industries that are even worse. lowering the overall tax burden on american business is big league. that's coming along very well. we are way ahead of schedule, i believe, and we will be announcing something, i would
FOX News
Nov 15, 2011 6:00am PST
china billions of dollars. why are we giving them financial aid? we'll be talking to bill johnson a member of the foreign affairs committee about this. martha: we have new details for you in the child rape scandal that has engulfed penn state. former football coach jerry sandusky accused of so many action. he is now responding. we will play for you what he said a. >> a reasonable person says where there's this much smoke there must be plenty of fire. what do you say? >> i say i am innocent of those charges. pwhap martha: new tape just coming in to our newsroom that we want to play for you. this is out of syria in a section known as homes syria. watch this. so much devastation in this area, and it is just an incredibly violent situation on the ground in syria. remember yesterday the king abdullah said he believes bashar al-assad needs to go. we'll bring you all the latest. look at these pictures from syria, an incredible thing. greg: congress calling it feeding the dragon. a committee will take a look at whether the united states is shooting itself in the foot when it comes to repair
FOX News
Nov 30, 2010 9:00am EST
would happen if the isolated unpredictable country were to collapse, cable suggest thank china would lead a future peninsula unified under south korean rule, those memos show china's increasing frustration with its long ally, one official calling north korea, a, quote, spoiled child, end quote. martha: speaking of the korea, the u.s. and south korea holding joint military exercises for the third day today. this as some signs of diplomacy are starting to emerge one week after an artillery barrage killed four people in the south. greg palkot is live from the capitol of seoul. greg, tense times as you've laid out for us this week. what's the latest? >> reporter: tense times, martha, but as you noted, two tracks seem to be developing in the past couple of days to deal with north korea, both the military and diplomatic track. first on the military side, the joint u.s., south korea naval exercises continue. we're told the exercises today involve interdiction on the high seas of weapons of mass destruction on ships, clearly aimed at possible coming from north korea, also on yeonpyeong
FOX News
Aug 22, 2017 6:00am PDT
the president's speech. china. china made pakistan a nuclear power. china's trying to integrate pakistan into its speed sphere of influence. spending a lot of time there. i think we need to pressure china more given it made pakistan a nuclear power to help eliminate the terrorist threat, and honestly it's in china's interest to do that. they've skated scot-free on this pakistani problem much of the same way they skated scot-free on the north korean nuclear weapons program. a real south asia strategy ticks into account not just india, but the 800-pound gorilla in the room, which is china. >> shannon: what you make of this argument that we are at war with china and economic war and that they are not giving a single weapon or single true but because of these deals that have a rabbit in so many of these countries, they are leveraging their interests in a way that doesn't help us without firing a single shot? >> china is pursuing global mercantilist policy inside the wto and outside and tend to abide by the free-trade rules, but this is a very, very aggressive country. you look at th
FOX News
Sep 27, 2017 6:00am PDT
trump's upcoming visit to china. john bolton breaks it all done next. >> bill: breaking news overseas in afghanistan. the taliban launching grenades and rockets out of kabul airport just hours after secretary james mattis touches down. how did they know about that visit and was he the target of that attack? >> shannon: coming to the aid of puerto rico, the u.s. navy sending more ships packed with doctors and supplies as the president gets ready to visit the u.s. territory himself. >> president trump: we've gotten a pluses on texas and florida and we will also on puerto rico. the difference is this is an island sitting in the middle of an ocean, a big ocean, a very big ocean, and we're doing a really good job. i love you, droolius caesar, but sometimes you stink. febreze car vent clip cleans away odors for up to 30 days. because the things you love can stink. >> president trump: we're totally prepared for the second option. not a preferred option, but if we take that option, it will be devastating, i can tell you that, devastating for north korea. that's called the military op
FOX News
Nov 27, 2009 9:00am EST
iaea supported the resolution, backed by the u.s., russia, china, britain, and other nations. the iaea's decision essentially marks the first action it has taken against iran in nearly four years. israel's ambassador to the u.n. will be with us. daniel amend will be but the us to discuss what this could mean for iran, israel, and the u.s. jamie: people do not realize there are implications for all three. ambassador bolten explained investigate. also, it was a rough start for the markets. overseas, it has been a very active overnight, and it could be a bad day on wall street as one country in the middle east is having trouble paying $60 billion in debt. why you should care, and what it means for your 401k plan. kelly: welcome back. cuba says they are pressing for an american invasion. military exercises are under way now. the government regularly warned against u.s. imperialism aggression. the exercises are the first since raul castro took over from his brother. the jamie: hang onto your 401k. wall street is gearing up for an unusually rough ride after the holiday. the delaware fut
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Apr 18, 2017 6:00am PDT
economic and diplomatic pressure against north korea is nothing new. president trump hopes china will help reign them in. china was part of six-party talks that reached an agreement with north korea and north korea breached the deal and cheated again. >> shannon: all right, now domestically today the president is going to wisconsin to sign an executive order on hire american by american. >> he goes to kenosha wisconsin to visit the snap-on tool factory. i could never afford them as a kid. the president will do more to try to level the playing field y american.es to hiring one of the things he will order a review of the h1b visa program. the president believes that visa program is being abused to bring in lower-wage workers as opposed to highly skilled workers. the executive order will call for a review of buy american policies at federal agencies to maximize the use of federal goods and materials in federal contracts and also review trade agreements to make sure if the playing field is not fair in terms of benefits to american industries and workers, that the trade deals can be r
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Jul 6, 2012 6:00am PDT
president assad in syria but she is starting to go directly after assad's allies, that being china, russia and iran and that is pretty unusual in diplomatic circles especially the secretary's very harsh language. china and russia have been protecting syria at the united nations. something the united states and allies wants to end as they put forth a u.n. resolution offering even more sanctions against syria for what is going on there. we also got word that the general of the republican guard in syria defected which is very significant because he comes from a family so close to the assad regime which enjoyed such loyalty over the past 18 months of this uprising. we're learning a little bit more about the opposition and how fragmented they are. the problem, rick, you have people who are defecting but nobody for them to lead and there is no effective organization for them to go to. makes it difficult out of the meeting who to give aid these allies want to give to give it to. back to you. rick: we'll watch those developments. leland vittert in jerusalem, thanks. martha: and a terror sc
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Feb 24, 2010 9:00am EST
today about china also sale of u.s. bonds and there's a good reason to pay attention to this. as of december 2009, china holds about $755 billion of our debt. okay? just over 6 percent of our total debt. that's a huge percent of the debt to be held by one country. and now some analysts are saying china's using this debt in an interesting way that could make it a political weapon against us. in december, they sold off a significant number of these bonds. should the u.s. be worried about this? stuart varney is the best person to ask about this, from the fox business network and joins us now. stuart, we have a complicated relationship with china, they owe a ton of our debt. what are they doing with it that we should be concerned about? >> their money is their weapon. our debt is our weakness. and there's every sign that the power of money is spilling outside the business world and spilling over into in effect foreign policy. let me draw your attention to comments in the chinese-controlled media. in china information news and in the national bureau of statistical review, government bodi
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Apr 25, 2017 6:00am PDT
steps towards that. >> again, reiteration from them that china holds one of the keys to this. other analysts we're speaking to say they're not sure what influence they actually have. nothing will make north korea give up those weapons. they've seen what other countries that do that and it doesn't end well for them. >> shannon: u.s. defense leaders preparing to talk to all senators at the white house. rex tillerson, jim mattis and other top officials will lead that briefing. unusual move for the cabinet leaders as they often travel to capitol hill to address congress. they rarely call senators, all of them at the same time, to the white house. coming up 9:45 senator lindsey graham joins us to talk about the briefing and the threats from north korea. meantime possible break through on the budget and border wall raising hopes in washington that a government shutdown can be avoided. the white house backing off its demand that a spending bill include money to begin construction on the wall. a move democrats have called a non-starter. chief white house correspondent john roberts is live o
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Jul 5, 2017 6:00am PDT
deficit or japan where the trade deficit is $69 billion or china which is the mother of all trade deficits at $347 billion. the president also sending a very sharp message to china in a tweet today regarding north korea. the president tweeting, quote, trade between china and north korea grew by almost 40% in the first quarter of this year. so much for china working with us. but we had to give it a try. the president was encouraging china to try to lean on pyongyang to get kim jong-un to tear down his nuclear program. it will be very interesting to see when he meets at the g-20 with president xi if they make any more progress on that. will also make with interesting discussions with angela merkel. >> eric: the president will be giving a speech in warsaw. what type of reception do we expect he will receive in poland? >> reporter: he's got a number of things including a meeting with the president. the president and duda share a lot in common. both pursuing a populous style of political ideology. they also share concerns about immigration. neither one of them are particular fans of the liberal
FOX News
Jun 20, 2011 9:00am EDT
borrow 40 cents, primarily from china, our major competitor in the world. this has to come to an end. bill: they're hoping an overall deal is in place by the end of june or july 4th at the latest. treasury secretary saying that we will run out of money to pay the country's bills, come the second day in august. >> turning now to overseas, dramatic new video this morning coming in of intense fighting in libya, coming into the fox news room right now. take a look here: >> you can hear it there, coming out, day after day, qaddafi forces ambushing a group of rebel soldiers in western libya, reportedly killing five of them. antigovernment rebels, firing rocket launchers and machine guns as they try to hold their ground. fox' rick leventhal, from misrat yarks that's one of the most dangerous areas. you are on the front line today. what are you seeing there? >> reporter: heather, we're hearing a constant call for prayers from the mosque behind me in misurata, which has been ripped by war for several weeks now. the front lines in the western suburb -- suburb of dofnia, they got about 3 miles
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Apr 1, 2013 6:00am PDT
china. we've been waiting for years to china, you deal with north korea. you keep them alive. you give them 75% of their food and fuel oil. chinese are reluctant to pull in north korea. has it gotten to the point where it threatens to boil over? new chinese leadership. maybe this is our opportunity to say let's figure out how to stop this. bill: quickly we were told last week the b-2 bomber is something north korea is concerned about. same for the f-22. same family, right. >> same aircraft. stealth technology. most sophisticated weapons in the world. bill: seems like there is headline every day. we'll likely call you later in the week. kt macfarland. thank you. martha? martha: a top republican senator may be the key to getting an immigration reform deal but that lawmaker is now issuing a new warning on this potential deal. bill: also, mart that, a -- martha, a young woman surviving after being trapped on a mountain for six days. one decision that she made that saved her life. >> there were parts where she had wished that she could just die and have it over with but she, she came t
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Jun 23, 2017 6:00am PDT
pushed china to put more diplomatic pressure on the regime. foreign affairs committee and highlight the international guard, good to see this morning. >> what do we do with north korea? is china a reliable partner in this? they said it didn't try it it didn't work. we can't give up that easily. >> they are not our arrival partner you and you need to be. when a meeting yesterday mcmaster and this administration, everybody has their grass to at what needs to be done. it's not easy. we have to force china to engage. we try to do that. it's not working. there has to be a stick. ultimately, there's going to have to be sanctions with chinese companies that do business with north korea to force pressure that way. secondly, we have to be forced to have the right military. not just executing a war in north korea which god prepared may have to happen and hopefully not. but in terms of missile defense here at home and the ability to destroy the intercontinental ballistic's and its boost phase or even before he off. that's the kind of investments we talk about the need to invest more than the m
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Sep 6, 2017 6:00am PDT
china, on the chinese banks and shut down all currency into the country. as a consequence they also were able to block the flow of energy, you know, that korea uses as a lifeline because the treasury secretary was so determined at the time. now, unfortunately those sanctions were lifted but we did find that shut down their program at the time because they didn't have the hard currency to run it. the dictator could not pay his generals and he was in trouble as a consequence of that. and i think the takeaway is, is there the will now that we've passed legislation on august 2nd, the president signed it that allows for the sanctions of these chinese financial institutions. do we have the will to do that again? frankly, we have to do it. that will be my argument to my colleagues. >> bill: you're talking about china, not just north korea. the sanctions against north korea have not changed much. in fact, john bolton was making that argument yesterday. he said the following and i'll ask you about this. >> sanctioning the north korean economy is a waste of time. it's not an economy, it's a p
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Jul 19, 2017 6:00am PDT
in china for attacking a taxi driver. he was visiting his mother when he had a dispute with the taxi driver. his mother was saying that this is a shakedown. and the police are demanding thousands of dollars for his release. the state department says they are aware of the situation. >> sandra: o.j. simpson said to have his parole hearing tomorrow. he served nine years of his 30-year sentence. he will make his case in front of the nevada parole board from prison. the big question here, is he going to be a free man. >> i've been covering simpson since the murder trial. we all would like to think this would be it. he was paroled on some of the charges, that he was found guilty of in the armed robbery trial. he has been a model prisoner. according to legal experts, that is all that should be judged on. has he been a good prisoner since he was put away on the charges of armed robbery and kidnapping in vegas? the problem is that it's never just about one thing with o.j. simpson. the parole board should only consider the robbery charges, they may have the murder charges in the back of their
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Apr 12, 2013 6:00am PDT
on neighbors like china who have not been terribly helpful in the past to tamp this down. >> very short distances between the north and the south and japan and our base in guam. it is worrisome. julie, mary catherine, good to see you both. >> good to see you. >> thanks. martha: speaking out for the first time what happened during this deadly bus accident and the good samaritan who rushed into help. gregg: plus growing questions about border security as a senate group wraps up a new immigration bill. the new information suggesting that the border isn't as safe as the white house claims. [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the deliciousness you desire. the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the mone
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May 3, 2012 9:00am EDT
wants to leave china with his family. peter doocy is live in washington. this has gotten very intense and a lot of different stories flying around who encouraged him to leave the embassy which is very tense situation for the united states and for china. peter what is going on? >> reporter: well the u.s. ambassador to china says he didn't tell chen to leave. we don't know completely why he has the change of heart and wants to come here the we just heard from a senior state department official that their understanding that the best thing for chen and his family may be changing but the u.s. doesn't have a full view at this point what chen wants to do. it was yesterday that the chinese and u.s. governments had a deal all worked out would have relocated chen to a new home on the coast in china. the u.s. ambassador to china chen was excited about it. he said quote, weed is him what did he want to do? did he want to leave? was ready to leave? we waited several minutes, jumped very excited and said, let's go in front of many, many witnesses. that is no longer the case. at this hour chen is at
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Apr 14, 2017 6:00am PDT
repeatedly the problem of north korea will be taken on either with or without china, shannon. >> shannon: any plans for president trump while he is in florida that easter weekend? >> nothing official on his calendar. that could change. also notable that president trump flew down here yesterday without any members of his senior staff. we're expecting this should be a fairly family-oriented weekend but not the same for the vice president. vice president mike pence heading out on a 12-day trip overseas on saturday. his first stop south korea, then japan heading into one of the hottest hot spots in the world to reassure our allies in person about the growing threat of north korea. >> shannon: kristin fisher live in florida on this good friday. >> bill: shannon with byron work, a fox news contributor. in day to you there. candidate trump campaigned on this issue saying the military was not given a fair chance to fight. that has changed. >> he said it over and over and accused barack obama of tying the hands of the u.s. military so much that it couldn't really attack the enemy. cas
FOX News
Dec 29, 2011 9:00am EST
charge. >>> china revealing its plan for the final frontier, saying it will launch space laboratories, manned spaceships and freighters in the next five years. >>> gridlock in california's disneyland. the popular theme park shutting down. ticket sales for several hours when the holiday crowds just got too large. >> it is a little frustrating to pay $300 for three people to go into the park and only get to ride three raids. $100 per ride almost, you know. so, i would say it wasn't worth it. gregg: that is a quick check of some of the day's headlines. patti ann? patti ann: some say presidential campaigns are all about shaking hand and kissing babies but for voters in iowa you've got a better chance much meeting your candidate on your tv. commercials now becoming a dominant force on the campaign trail but what kind of message are they sending and at what cost? steve brown is live in des moines, iowa. hi, steve. iowans have a reputation not liking negative campaigning or negative ads but that is not stopping the candidates or their surrogates, is it? >> reporter: not at all. it is getting
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Sep 27, 2011 6:00am PDT
believes that the united states is less business friendly than china. if you can believe that. that is quite a powerful statement, coming from the head of coca cola. let's bring in charles payne, a regular on varney & company and anchor of the 2:00 p.m. show on fox. good morning. this really leapt out at me when i saw this this morning, because the head of coca cola is saying that basically he thinks it's easier to do business in china these days than it is right here at home. what do you make of all that? >> >> reporter: first of all, it's frightening. you are talking to the quintessential american company and you know what, he's telling the truth. he's not the first big time executive to say it, and it's not just china, martha. he went on to say that if you're talking about american companies doing business around the world, china, russia, europe, japan, he says all these countries were better to do business n. switzerland, every country around the world essentially feels like it's better to do business than here in america, which has become completely antibusiness friendly. martha:
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Mar 19, 2013 6:00am PDT
plane bound for his native country of china. the fbi saying that the man was working on deeply sensitive image technology. doug mckelway is tracking the story live from washington. what did they find here, doug? what's up? >> reporter: this guy is a chinese national workinging under contract at nasa national institutes of aerospace on deeply sensitive imaging technology. it has potentially valuable military applications. his case was brought to the tanks of authorities by a nasa whistle-blower. he was arrested by fbi agents and dulles airport charged with violating the arms ex-trort control act as he awaited a one-way flight to china. tsa officials initially detained him and asked if he was caring electronic devices. he told them he had a cell phone, memory stick and external hard drive and a new computer. however during the search other media items were located that chang did not reveal. an additional laptop, old hard drive and a sim card. congressman frank wolf fears his case may be the tip of the iceberg. >> i have seen documents other nasa contractors similarly employees chinese nati
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Dec 21, 2011 6:00am PST
up there. bill: reports that china hacked into the chamber of commerce website gain being access to three million americans. details on that this morning. martha: republican hopeful jon huntsman getting big support from bill clinton. huntsman will be here live. we'll ask him about that. also send me a tweet @marthamaccallum. ask me about chris christie or jon huntsman whatever you want to talk about. we'll be right back. martha: a very scathin op-ed about the house republicans. they need to get these tax cuts down. john boehner are going to come out in a few minutes. the conferees are trying to workou workout keeping the taxes cut. john boehner westboun will be speaking hackers have information on 3 million members of congress. the f.b.i. shinmoedake involved iis now involved in this. and they say the servers were traced back to, guess where, china. good morning i'm martha maccallum. bill: we are told the hackers may have had access to the chambers network for more than a year. martha: they honed in on employees who worked specifically on asia policy. we understand, that this doug m
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Apr 28, 2017 6:00am PDT
the same thing china has said, a full denuclearization of the korean peninsula. >> bill: kt mcfar len is here and thank you for your time year. >> it's great to be back with you on "america's newsroom." >> bill: let's start with the headline. what does the president mean by a major, major conflict? >> the president is looking at what north korea has done in the last decade. north korea has built a massive conventional military and army right on the south korean border. they're developing missiles to deliver nuclear weapons to our allies in southeast asia but could eventually devil one that could reach the united states. what president trump said the first day of office to his national security council team was this is our most immediate crisis. this is the thing that could present a threat to the united states. president clinton didn't solve it. president bush didn't solve it. president obama didn't solve it. we're pursuing the options. >> bill: do they think they have an icbm today capable of reaching the united states. >> no, we don't think they're there yet. they showed canisters t
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Nov 26, 2009 9:00am EST
, trying to vote on how to punish iran. we just learned from reuters that china will support the resolution they want, in principle, but prefers the issue is solved without confrontation. this is months after the existence of a previously existing facility was discovered. let's talk about the next up with the former u.s. ambassador to the united nations, john bolton. good to see you, ambassador. you know how concerned i am about iran, especially when they are playing these war games and continue to thumb their nose at everyone. people think it does not affect us, but at some point, the u.s. may need to show support or show some action if israel decides enough is enough. where are they at this point? >> israel has not made a decision to use pre-emptive military force, but they're doing everything they can to get ready for it, to make the plans and preparations. nobody thinks the use of force is the preferred outcome, but when you look at the only other option at this point, and iran with nuclear weapons, no one should be surprised that israel is getting ready to make the decision.
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