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CBS
Sep 9, 2016 6:00pm MDT
, missiles while china hosted world leaders at the g20. the nuclear test now not only violates un security resolutions but also raises concerns that that communist nation is a step closer to building a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the u.s. mainland. >> north korea says the test is in response to international sanctions and u.s. hostility in the region. has released disturbing images to drive home the dangers of heroin. a man and a woman passed out in the front seats with their 4-year-old son sitting in the back. an officer pulled them over because the driver was weaving back and forth. the driver told the officer he was taking the woman to the hospital but then immediately passed out himself. overdoses. crews administered a drug to reverse the effects of the heroin.
CBS
Sep 27, 2016 6:00pm MDT
fake broncos gear at theil two of the men have pleaded guilty. they wired $1,900 to china, and fake gear would come back to colorado. investigators say the ring sold $868,000 worth of illegal knock-off merchandise. a former colorado springs cop is also charged in this case but has not >>> it's national voter registration day. on the day after the most watched presidential debate in history. teams were out in civic center park this afternoon getting people registered. >> mroent of coloradans are already registered. >> colorado has the highest percentage of registered voters in the country, 87%, in part because of our secretary of state makes it so easy to get registered. colorado or co to 2vote. or go to our website and we have a link. ballots go out in a little over three weeks, and is colorado could have record turnouts. >> reporter: what better way to celebrated national voter registration day than with some backporch blues? >> hell oh, sir, you are registered to vote? >> reporter: denver election set up a tent in civic center park. it's seen more than 1,000 new registrations in j
CBS
Nov 9, 2016 6:00pm MST
, stand up to china, and stop the job-killing trans-pacific partnership. >> reporter: mr. trump has vowed to withdraw the u.s. from free trade agreements, scrap the iranian nuclear deal, and immediately repeal obamacare, the president's signature achievement. >> we will do it very, very quickly. it is a catastrophe. >> reporter: he'll also attemptt to reverse several executive actions, including president obama's move to ease deportation of undocumented migrants and regulation of power plants. yet, president obama said he is still proud of what his administration accomplished. >> that remarkable work has leff stronger, better country than the one that existed eight yeart ago. >> reporter: surrounded by a crowd of visibly disappointed staff, the president tried to be gracious in defeat.si >> that's the way politics works sometimes.it we-- we try really hard to persuade people that we're right, and then people vote. and then if we lose, we learn from our mistakes, we do some om reflection, we lick our wounds, we brush ourselves off, we get back in the arena. >> reporter: tomorrow, pre
CBS
Aug 5, 2016 6:00pm MDT
say the ring would wire $1,900 to a company in china, then boxes ever fake gear would be sent back to colorado, including broncos jerseys. the government one of the leaders was eye former colorado police officer. he retired last july after. investigators say the ring sold $868,000 worth ever merchandise, estimated to be about 130,000 products. >> we're dealing with a volume and quantity of merchandise that's something worth looking at. >> reporter: they are charged under colorado's organized crime act. much more coming up at constitution. the raise the bar campaign gained the signatures to get the initiative on the blood. it would make it more difficult to amend the constitution. you would need 55% approval for that amendment to pass and collect signatures from voters all over the state. not just denver. colorado's constitution has more than 150 amendments. the u.s. constitution has been amended 27 times. >>> it has been a long recovery for a denver police officer that tonight we're getting a closer look at how serious the injuries were. and how summit county is turning to resident
CBS
Feb 22, 2016 6:00pm MST
liquidators sold flooring made in china that exceeded u.s. safety limits for formaldehyde. people exposed to the flooring are three times more likely to get cancer than previously thought. lumber liquidateds stocks plunged today on the news. the dow gained 228 points, the nasdaq shot up 66, the a and p 500 gaining 27. >>> the u.s. declassified audio tapes from the space station mission, an erie experience on the dark side of the moon. space music. take a listen. >> music sounds in outer space --. >> wooo o ooo. >> people are already coming up with conspiracy theories to explain where the sound came from. nasa technician believes the between two radios on the spacecraft. who know? >> nasa wants to show off your artwork in space. >> you can enter to get your work on board a colorado made spacecraft, what lit be doing in orbit. >> cbs 4 news at 6:30 continues with xfinity monday live, from the viewhouse centennial, mark's special guest, code by mcleod, ,, ,, ,, ,, is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined.
CBS
Sep 3, 2016 6:00pm MDT
the future of a proposed power plant in england. >>> the u.s. and china have reached an agreement. president obama and his counterpart plan to reduce carbon emissions. he says this is a pivotal moment in the fight against climate change. >>> hundreds of thousands of faithful will gather on sunday at the vatican to witness mother theresa's canonization. the none dedicated herself to helping poor, sick and dying. she became one of the most recognizable faces of the 20th century. in 1979 she was awarded the nobel peace prize. >> i am grateful and very happy to receive in the name of the hungry, of the naked, the homeless. >> pope john paul ii admired her. he fast tracked her to sing to. for the miracle of healing to she will be canonized 19 years after her death. >>> an amazing rescue in italy. more than a week after the strong earthquake, italian firefighters saved a dog from the rubble. the crews have been helping a couple obtain belongings when they helped -- heard the dog barking. he spent several days buried in the rubble. nearly 300 people died in that 6.1 earthquake. >>> let's
CBS
Nov 11, 2016 6:30pm MST
singles day which is china's version of cyber monday. >> that's right. and e-commerce giant alibaba broke records with $15 billion in transactions. it started as an informal holiday celebrating people not discount day in 2009. brilliant. the company sold $5 billion worth of goods in the first hour hour of sales today. that is more than black friday and cyber monday sales combined. >>> nintendo released a new version of its classic gaming system. it cost $60. comes preloaded with classic games like super mario brothers. sellers on ebay are taking advantage of its popularity. some are >>> another nintendo gadget is on the list of top toys for 2016. the nintendo quad copter is appropriate for kids nine and older and the top gift for little girl is a single princess alana. >>> the advertisers will no longer be able to choose the race or ethnicity of the people it is big disabled for ads offering housing, employment, or credit, they argued the tool was letting advertisers avoid offering products and services to minority groups. >>> and, developing now, artificial sweetener company splend
CBS
Nov 7, 2016 6:30pm MST
the kind of democracy you want? in china, where the ruling communist party often speaks through state media, a recent "xinhua" commentary noted the election revealed the "defects of democracy," adding, "thes selection of the u.s. leader ha" become a shouting match of insults."he the debates aired at 3:00 a.m.ig local time in italy. >> we have them on during the night.av >> reporter: the world is watchind barely wait for november 9th. seth doane, cbs news, rome. >> pelley: and that is our special expanded edition of the "cbs evening news" for tonight. "cbs this morning" with charlie, norah and gayle will kick off our coverage tomorrow. then our streaming service cbsn will carry the baton throughoutr the day. and please join our entire election night coverage beginning with a special edition of the "cbs evening news" at 6:30 eastern time. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. captioning sponsored by cbs y captioned by ? i am not your ordinary guy ? so, how's your gig going down at the retirement home? oh, it's crazy. this one old guy thinks i'm his son-in-law. [ bo
CBS
Mar 3, 2016 6:30pm MST
years. the prime minister argues representative of new zealand. >>> a pair of giant pandas from china arrived in south korea today. they got a warm welcome at the airport. they come from a research and breeding facility. the chinese government is loaning the pandas to south korea for 15 years as a symbol of friendship. >> can you see the pandas? seriously? bring me some bamboo. [ laughter ] >> it's been very, very nice. >> that way through the weekend, then a change comes in. snow for the mountains and maybe rain down here. traffic moving along, doesn't look like they're moving along terribly quickly. but anyway, there they are. and no weather problems. as we look at our doppler 4,000, just high clouds drifting across the state. that's all we're seeing. only form of moisture that we have right now. we do have a couple of scattered showers over the pacific northwest. high pressure here. we'll hold this back, it'll just dissipate and we won't see any cool weather all the moisture over that high pressure ridge. and that's where they had some showers and thunderstorms. severe thunderstorm
CBS
Mar 8, 2016 6:30pm MST
ponytail. right now the chinese government allows only 34 foreign films to be shown in china every year. some studios are trying to bypass that restriction. >>> ed, bring on the moisture. >> we have a little moisture in the city right now. it's just sprinkles and flurries, but i will show it to you. let's go outside. everybody moving along just fine. any showers around aren't very serious in nature. as we take a look at doppler 4000 you can see how it is dry in the eastern plains but we're starting to see a little bit of snow and rain shower activity move into the metro area. it's not going to last very long. it is coming up from the south. there's a system well to the south but close enough to us that we still see some moisture in fact, take a look at this moisture here, all being pushed up into the southern sections of the u.s. very heavy rains here. they've had tornadoes, severe thunderstorm watches, and they could get rain piling up in inches, a half foot of rain could fall. and as a result, they have all these warnings out for floods. we have a severe thunderstorm watch out. i
CBS
Sep 8, 2016 6:30pm MDT
the hardest hit village. >>> officials with air china say all copies magazine have been re-- in-flight magazines have been removed after passengers claimed they were racist. it set off protestors. a british lawmaker demanded an apology. air china blamed their publisher. >>> officials in russia are trying to figure out why this river suddenly turned bright red. people started seeing that bizarre color tuesday. experts a leak at a come plant. city officials say any possible contamination would not pose a threat to citizens because that river is not linked to any water supply. as for the rest of the environment, fish, what have you, who knows? >> frightening. >>> beautiful night out there! and we love your tie. >> thank you! nice and hot today. almost got to 90 degrees. summer is hanging on. have a few high clouds overhead, and that is about it. just a perfect night for that football game. doppler shows that. not much going on around here. we do have that moisture. just bypassed the state, off to the east, pushing heavy storms into southern illinois and indiana. let's go to our hou
CBS
Mar 1, 2016 6:30pm MST
shows a toddler falling out of the trunk of a moving van in china. the car behind pulled over and picked up the boy. he was reunited with grandpa. the man says his van was rear-ended a few days ago causing the latch to be loose. >> that is incredible. i can't believe he just fell out of the car. >> that happened to me as a kid. >> that explains a lot. [ laughter ] into the weekend and tomorrow we're going to see some winds. we have no weather problems right now. winds are light. no problems at all. we had a little bit clearer today than yesterday. some high clouds drifting across, a few snow showers up there in the northwest. high clouds pushing in. high pressure holding. most of this will go to the north. some of it is just pushing down into colorado right now. as the high pressure moves in and builds to the east, it will take that snow and push it over our state. a warm southwesterly flow. and we told you yesterday that that's gonna come right down the front range, a little cooler air. only into the 50s today. all the action back east. it is all snow. and some of that is pretty
CBS
Nov 1, 2016 6:30pm MDT
. riding his toy car in the middle of traffic in china during rush hour. cars drive around him before a police officer steps in. the officer was on duty and happened to spot the boy. he eventually found the child's very relieved mother and returned him home. what i can't believe. what about the other cars going by him? >> it is like that a kid. >> i got to answer this text message. >> that's right. >> what is going on. >> a few showers in the mountains and maybe for the weekend a shower down there. let's look and the weather problems. we have partly cloudy to cloudy skies and a pretty nice day and it was cooler as we look at the doppler 4000. a few showers and look at the lightning strikes. let's put the counter on, 33 strikes in the last 15 minutes and we p showers here and snow shower at the higher elevations and rain showers and off and on. and as we roll into thursday and friday you see a more potent form pushing to jefferson county and some of this into saturday might spill in the front range and may see a shower with a little chance of the shower. here is the cooler air we talke
CBS
Nov 25, 2016 6:30pm MST
in china are being told to turn in their passports. this affects everyone living in the far northwest region of xinjiang. they say they are taking them for just an annual review, but they are not giving them back. anyone who wants to leave the country has to apply for special permission. human rights groups suspect they are targeting muslim >>> central america is recovering from a deadly hurricane in costa rica. this is the scene. the storm is blamed for four deaths. otto has since weakened to a tropical storm. we always see so much damage in that part of the world. >> we really get mud and rain. >>> do we have a good weekend coming up? >> we do, and then a winter storm watch. a little snow. a very pleasant night after a very pleasant day. in between this evening clear skies around here. a very pleasant night. doppler 4,000 shows that. pretty much border to border. there is just nothing going on now. as we look at the bigger picture, we have rain and snow as the storm gets its act together. and this is coming our way with colder weather. now, we have been on the influence of
CBS
Sep 5, 2016 6:30pm MDT
in laos after leaving the economic g8 summit in china. >> the president was set to meet with the president of the philippines during his asia trip, but the white house canceled that today. that was after he lashed out at mr. obama for commenting on the philippines controversial policy toward suspected drug executed without judicial proceedings. he said quote, who does he think he is. i am no american puppet. president obama will meet with south korea's president indeed. >>> two people are killed in tel aviv, another 17 are hurt. search crews are looking for additional survivers. that garage was under victims were construction workers. the cause of the collapse is under investigation. >>> this fire is not a disaster. it's actually art. a replica of central london was re-created for the 350th anniversary of the great fire of london. it's only one of a series commemorating the event. it burned for 4 days in 1666, and destroyed most of the city. >> seeing artwork going interesting. >>> talk about hot. we were hot today. soared into the 90s today. let's take a look right now. you can
CBS
Sep 14, 2016 6:30pm MDT
outages, and officials moved more than 1,000 people to safer ground. china issued a code redia, letter for the storm, which is forecast to hit the southeastern provinces tomorrow. >> incredible. >> gosh! >> top of the heap right there. we've calmed down here. we had some clouds, maybe a sprinkle. that's you can see no weather problems here in the mile high city. we have had some pretty good showers and storms, and pretty good sized hail. you can see the lightning strikes still continuing. they just go right by denver, just bypassed us. and now the clouds are leaving. so we've got sunshine. and there it is. there's the sunshine right over the city right now, blue skies returning. clear skies overnight. still an area. we still have that moisture flow over the state. but that's about it. the cool air that's kept us on the cool side for most of the week is on that return. that's why we got into the 80s today. the southeast, the showers and thunderstorms yesterday, it developed into tropical storm julia overnight. 40 mile an hour winds moving north at 17. all this merchandise could drop -- mois
CBS
Sep 9, 2016 6:30pm MDT
missiles while china hosted world leaders at the g20. the nuclear test now not only violates un security resolutions but also raises concerns that that communist nation is a step closer to building a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the u.s. mainland. >> north korea says the test is in response to international sanctions and u.s. hostility in the region. has released disturbing images to drive home the dangers of heroin. a man and a woman passed out in the front seats with their 4-year-old son sitting in the back. an officer pulled them over because the driver was weaving back and forth. the driver told the officer he was taking the woman to the hospital but then immediately passed out himself. overdoses. crews administered a drug to reverse the effects of the heroin. charges, including endangering a child. >>> parts of kansas are trying to dry out after heavy rains. families woke up to several feet of water. >>> mosquito spraying went on as planned in miami beach this morning despite days of protests. planes flew over the area spraying the pesticide to kill mosquitos and hol
CBS
Nov 23, 2016 6:30pm MST
vehicles. >>> facebook is working on a censorship tool so the site can be used in china. the new york times reports the software would block certain posts from user's news feeds. facebook is currently blocked strategy that is still a work in progress. some analysts were already saying this is a very slippery slope. they worry facebook's censorship tool might ultimately used here in the u.s. >>> twitter accidentally suspended its own ceo's account. last night, people who searched for jack dorsey's profile got an error message. he said the suspension was the result of an misseating. some mistake. >>> we all know the holidays are fun. >> yeah, but they can also be stressful especially on our pocketbooks. experience surveyed americans about their holiday spends. 48% spend more than expected. 44% feel obligated to spend more than they can afford. if you want to spend money, make a gift list and look for ,, ? to me the holidays are special, it's family traditions and of course great food. with all the things we could worry about over the holidays, turkey shouldn't be one of them. (laughter)
CBS
Oct 26, 2016 6:30pm MDT
a disease from china known as greening. it could be devastating for growers. whose profits are already razor thin. emotional time. i'm the fourth generation to be here. to give that up would really hurt me. >> tough times. researchers are working on a fix. testing out mesh nets to cover the trees. it's effective but pricey. more oranges are produced in florida than any country in the florida than any country in the world except when i became governor, i knew we had to protect our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government. it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either. just listen. y for equal work 11 times. it gets worse. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know. dccc is
CBS
Oct 7, 2016 6:30pm MDT
ask trump why he thinks china invented global warming. >> reporter: when it came to the candidates bringing up personal attacks -- >> women have to put on the big girl panties and deal with it. you know? we can't get offended at every little sleight. >> i don't think there's sexual exudates and relationship status affect how they govern. >> reporter: even though they admit we love the drama. >> we love the excitement. other and instead show respect. britt moreno, cbs4 news. >> a good group. thank you. cbs news will bring you live coverage of the second debate, debate night in america begins at 7:00 sunday on cbs for. >>> for five years police have been looking for a powerful and elusive mafia boss. they finally found him in the unlikeliest of places. the strange hiding spot that he created. with sunshine border to border ,, in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump and will support trump for president. they've spread falsehoods about president obama. coffman: i don't know whether barack obama was born in the united states or not. coffman and t
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