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Jan 11, 2010 7:00pm EST
china donates more than $8 million to the university. so why is he under fire at home? we'll have that story. >>> and the detroit auto show is under way as the industry tries to convince the public that its new breed of fuel-efficient cars new breed of fuel-efficient cars can compete. >>> we're back now with our political panel. we're talking about the controversy from senate majority leader harry reid's racially insensitive remarks about president obama. back with me now are mark lamont hill, joe, and dayo. i want to go straight back to the president, and how he's responded. he immediately got harry reid's back. we've noticed a pattern since he's become president that he mostly tries to pivot away from talking about race. this is a sound bite from him at a press conference a few months ago when a reporter asked him about the unique suffering african-americans are suffering during the recession. here is his response. >> my general approach is that if the economy is strong, that will lift all votes, as long as it is also supported by, for example, strategies around college affordab
CNN
Dec 7, 2009 7:00pm EST
nations like brazil, russia and china which could be much tougher to bargain with and it is their support that is in many ways considered crucial. lisa sylvester has more. >> reporter: china's economy has seen remarkable growth but with that growth has come this -- pollution. china is the world's leading emitter of greenhouse gases. >> china can definitely do more in improving energy efficiency and moving away from coal. >> reporter: chinese leaders promised to cut their carbon intensity ratio by 40% to 45% by 2020, the ratio between production and pollution. michael levy says that may sound like a big number but it's not big enough if you consider china's mammoth growth. >> when you are undergoing rapid development, when you have an economy severely distorted to a dirty industry, you have a let of opportunity to make it cleaner. that's why china has the ability and should seize the opportunity to cut more deeply while pursuing its own other objective. >> reporter: china has been reluctant to commit itself to an international accord preferring to set its own targets. china and the
CNN
Nov 24, 2009 7:00pm EST
: president obama's recent trip to china makes india nervous. so does his focus on india's neighbor and rival, pakistan. this visit is one way mr. obama will try to alleviate those concerns, but long-term, india's burgeoning economy and its effect on globing warming could be a key issue between the u.s. and india. i will also be listening for what if anything they say about climate change, where india and the united states are actually both having a little difficulty taming this issue domestically. they both have serious domestic problem s with what we would lie to do. >> they're pledging to work together on food security to green technology to count counterterrori counterterrorism. proof of india's indispensable role in the world today. >>> india is not alone as an emerging power seeking a louder voice on global affairs. india look with three other fastest growing economies make up a powerful bloc of countries referred to as bric, brazil, russia, india, and china. as kitty pilgrim reports, it should help shape the world economy in the decades to come. >> reporter: teaming with peop
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Jul 18, 2014 10:00pm PDT
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Dec 17, 2009 7:06pm EST
china that could scuttle an accord here. secretary of state hillary clinton has been on the ground here in denmark, basically reaching out to china, which wants the u.s. and other rich nations to step up and help fund the efforts of developing nations as they try to deal with the effects of global warming. so what secretary clinton said is that the u.s. will in fact contribute to a $100 billion fund to help out the developing nations, these poorer nations, on two conditions. number one, there has to be a br broader agreement here so the major leaders of those countries agree to cut emissions, cut greenhouse gas emissions. number two, that china agree to be more transparent and show is u.s. and other nations that they really are fulfilling commitments to cut those emissio emissions. i spoke to some of nancy pelosi's congressional delegation and among them, ed marquee, a democratic in massachusetts said he believes that a deal can be worked out. >> i think this is the moment. i think the world has come together. i think they want the united states and china to be a leaders. that's wh
CNN
Jul 23, 2014 10:00pm PDT
on its way out of the region into mainland china when this plane was cleared to take off for the relatively short flight from southern taiwan to one of the penghu islands. it appears that it tried to land and then bailed out of that landing, was in communications with the tower and then lost communications and crashed right into a residential area. and those dramatic pictures of the plane mangled in those houses and despite that it appears several people might have escaped the wreckage, though their injuries at this stage are unclear. errol? >> we should explain the penghu islands off of taiwan's west coast where this storm is still churning is that it moved from taiwan to china. this type of plane, though, would travel to islands like this on a regular basis. talk to us about exactly where this happened. >> this is a short flight. planes like this into other islands and between taiwan islands so this would have been a very regular scheduled flight according to taiwanese media there were several other plane which is landed without any problems. you know, i want you to take a look
CNN
Dec 17, 2014 7:00pm PST
villains offliof offlimits. including china. how big a market. china a de facto editor of hollywood movies. >> only about canada. >> did the terrorists when today? >> yes. >> you bet. >> ys they did. >> they probably will do it again. >> thank you. thank you, everyone. appreciate it. a lot mr. to got to on the sony hack attack. next, president obama says he should go to the movies without fear. we should go to the movies without fear. but what its washington doing to fight back? we'll ask our guests. plus our other big story, the thaw that could open cuba's doors to americans for the first time in 50 years. good or bad for the country? >> ask a man who has seen it all in hot spots all around the world. mr. dan rather. hello... i'm an idaho potato farmer and our big idaho potato truck is still missing. so my buddy here is going to help me find it. here we go. woo who, woah, woah, woah. it's out there somewhere spreading the word about americas favorite potatoes: heart healthy idaho potatoes and the american heart association's go red for women campaign. if you see it i hope you'll let us kn
CNN
Dec 10, 2009 7:00pm EST
faced humanity. >> china and india have only agreed to slow their growth of emissions they haven't reduced emissions and they are not likely to do so. so even if someone passed a bill and achieved the targets, but the end of the century, there will be virtually no reduction in global grown house gas emission. what we need is a global solution, not one that places sharp near-term emissions requirements on the u.s. it will hurt job growth study. the u.s. loses jobs overall, even though you count on picking up new grown jobs, we lose jobs overall under the waxman-markey bill. that's not the kind of solution we ought to be looking for. >> what kind of effect do you think the copal hagen meeting will have on that production. >> i think it will end up hurting u.s. households. if they come back from copenhagen and they reduce emissions off 2005 levels by 2020, we will certainly slow investment, slow job growth, we will divert companies to making end of tail pipe solutions to try to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. it won't encourage the kind of investment we're going to need for a l
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Feb 18, 2015 7:00pm PST
from 1933 to 1939 and the chinese are trying to take over the south china sea. the isis is doing what it is doing, murdering people, burning them alive and trying to expand into a caliphate that covers the estate in the middle east, and the way it happened in muhammad's time. >> and ambassador, with just beyond calling it what it is, and does it affect the strategy? the president said that we have to address the root causes of radicalism and the povrerty and the lack of education, and so on -- go on. >> you have to address the root causes as well under these circumstances to let people know that you can fight. and you have to fight effectively, and he is not doing that. he didn't do it with syria. he didn't -- and he is not do anything to ship weapons that are need ded to ukrainians who are dealing with the russians. he is not dealing with iran on anything but a weak basis in the negotiations over the iranian nuclear weapons. >> you want his ap eproach to be tough tougher? >> absolutely. >> how so? >> well, three areas, and say 3 1/2, and the south china sea is perhaps, set that aside
CNN
Nov 23, 2009 7:00pm EST
. >>> coming up, toxic danger made in china. homeowners forced to pick their homes or their health. >>> also, getting de-friended on facebook may not be the worst of your worries. we'll tell you why sharing too much information online might not be such a good idea. >>> and police in ohio have to go deep, really deep, to retrieve a stickup note from this not-so-sneaky suspected bank robber. would you like a pony ? yeah. would you like a pony ? yeah ! ( cluck, cluck, cluck ) oh, wowww ! that's fun ! you didn't say i could have a real one. well, you didn't ask. even kids know when it's wrong to hold out on somebody. why don't banks ? we're ally, a new bank that alerts you when your money could be working harder and earning more. it's just the right thing to do. (announcer) we understand. you need to save money. >>> seems that just about everybody has a facebook page or some other profile online these days. but careful what you post on the internet. there is growing concern over privacy on these social networking sites. in one recent case, a woman lost her sick leave benefits because h
CNN
Apr 14, 2014 6:00pm PDT
terrorist incident. >> reporter: then after days of searching the south china sea say long the route the plane should have been the bomb shell. the plane had turned around, heading back over the malaysian peninsula. and after weeks of insisting the last words from the cockpit were all right, good night, malaysian authorities suddenly changing the wording to, good night, malaysian 370. and now they say those words came from the captain not the co-pilot. and just last week conflicting information from malaysian officials not long after the police chief said all the plane's passengers have been cleared the transport minister declared everyone on board remained under suspicion with the investigation being ongoing. also the transport minister talked about how some of the confusion along the way with the information getting lost in translation. bill, i have to say there's been complications from a reporting standpoint because you have so many different agencies involved with this investigation. >> it seems like a five week exercise in lost in translation. why do we think we're gettin
CNN
Dec 29, 2014 7:00pm PST
hours. it is heartbreaking. i want to get to will ripley. will is in beijing, china. the weather in the area is it hampering the search effort at all? >> in this part of the world, don, it is monsoon season and while the weather you're talking about rain if you look at the forecast and the weerth pattern in the area it's thunderstorms, some of them very strong predicted for the next several days. that means big waves. and as we know from mh370, don, when you have a visual search and you're up in a plane and you're looking down at the waves, the white caps on the waves can look like debris it can really play tricks on your mind after a while. and when so much of this search in the critical days after a plane is presumed to have gone into the water, you're looking for floating debris but every day that passes there's less and less debris on the surface, don. so the weather certainly not helping right now. >> stand by. richard quest, i can't believe here we are talking about this again. there are many theories and speculation. we're going to discuss that throughout the coming hours on cnn.
CNN
Apr 25, 2014 6:00pm PDT
malaysia is positioned between say for example the united states and china. the u.s., of course, has been a traditional ally. but the friendship has not been that great. now, of course, when the president arrives the first sitting president in some 48 years, he is very keen, the prime minister, to establish a relationship that puts malaysia if you like at the heart of china and the united states. he doesn't want to play them off against each other. but at the same time, he also doesn't want to annoy one to the exclusion of the other. >> okay, richard quest. miguel marquez, appreciate your reporting, gentlemen. let's turn to our experts, david souci. and former faa inspector of "why planes crash." and been down to the titanic more than any other person, and also led to spehe expedition to for air france flight 447. all right, gentlemen, it may be time to reset. we just heard from richard quest on the theories, everything from the plane is in kandahar, to maybe it was shot down, to fire in the cockpit. where do you stand, ph? what is your prevailing theory on this flight? >> first, i w
CNN
Nov 11, 2014 7:00pm PST
questions. >>> president obama offended some people in china by chewing gum at the summit. should he have known better? will jeb bush run in 2016. the former president weighed tine day. and new york city's turning point on pot. and the political commentator and anchor. i will hold up today's "new york post." hilarious. it says joint chiefs, and bill bratten holding up a bag of weed, what looks like a bag of weed. michael, my question is, pot laws in new york city. do you think it is a turning point? when it comes into, to ticketing for an offense or arresting people. a smart way to go? >> i think it is a shamart way go. same debate here in dac philadelphia. i know as an attorney the way the prosecution of those cases can clog up the judicial system. so i think the question people ought to be asking themselves, is would you rather have the system dealing with those pot possession cases or serious offenses. nobody is saying you get a free ride. easier on the part of law enforcement. offenders get arrested disproportionately, those who are people of color. a smart thing. smart way to fight c
CNN
Dec 16, 2009 7:00pm EST
and they say it's crunch time, deal or no deal. and they say china is not wanting a deal. they are not ready for a deal. there was a draft but before four countries, and they rejected it. they had not yet seen the text according do sources who were not familiar with it. the big problem, china feels that officials say they are singled out for opening up and taking a look at how they are cutting their emotion migtss. this is a violation of their sovereignty. and i pressed robert gibs and said what is the united states offering? carrots or sticks to move the position of the chinese? and he said, we are making the case that it's common sense. and he pointed out the fact that we are in a different place than two weeks ago. before, you may recall it was not likely they were going agree to a target to cut their emissions. it was not sure they were going to attend the climate summit. so there is movement, progress, but we have to see if they are make a break through here. >> the president has been reaching out to a number of nagtss, working the telephones and calling leaders. what does he
CNN
Sep 2, 2014 6:00pm PDT
to happen is the six party countries, south korea, the united states, japan, russia, china, especially china that has leverage over north korea need to say to the north koreans look, release these three individuals, they are hurting. they are pawns, bargaining chips and then perhaps convene the six-party talks, find a way to get the main objective, which is to get north korea to stop their nuclear efforts to disrupt that part of asia. that's really the objective. >> you eluded to this. it's fascinating that we don't know a lot about kim jung ung. >> he's reverting to what his father did. here the hostages is a bargaining chip. we want an envoy. basically saying we're ready to deal. which is not the case for awhile. he was inviting dennis rodman. had basketball tournaments. the fact that they grabbed your journalist, who was on another assignment and said look, you'll have very exclusive interviews and then allowing the interviews to take place with those specific messages that were given to the hostages, that's what happened. that's what is unusual, reverting to the old tac
CNN
Jul 21, 2014 10:00pm PDT
again before impacting china sometime beyond wednesday into thursday. how much rainfall are we talking? quite impressive. upwards of 75 centimeters. 35 inches of rainfall expected across the higher elevations of taiwan but you work your way towards the populated centers, 264 millimeters which is roughly about 6 or 7 inches of rainfall across this region, getting several inches of rainfall over the next few days which is going to cause substantial flooding concerns before this storm system moves ashore. there's the latest models taking it into wednesday. if you're tuned in across the south and china, another system is headed your direction coming in sometime at the latter partial of the week where wind is going to be major concern and accompanied with heavier rainfall. rammasun is going to be something to watch here as well. >> one storm after another. >> this brings up cooler waters from deeper into the ocean and that inhibits a few days following the storm. >> it is warm. >> thanks. >> you bet. >>> a feel-good story for you. prince george turns 1 today. >> he is so cute and tw
CNN
Dec 9, 2009 7:00pm EST
infrastructure in china, south korea. they see it as the key industry in the world. china is building the largest smart grid or super grid in the world. we have an opportunity to take these new jobs that are going to be created and plant them in local communities here in the united states. and create millions of them. they can't be outsourced. >> in the book you play out a blueprint for the problems and you talk about solar and wind. and you talk at nuclear power and the environmentalists put a bullet in any nuclear power and now they are saying, this has to be a critical part. if they hadn't tried it -- >> just a brief part of the question. more sun light fall on the earth in one hour to pro pro vid -- >> but there are limitations to the technology. >> those limitations are yielding to the technology. let me turn to the question about nuclear. what really led to the stop almost in nuclear power was the cost. it's been going up 15% a year for 40 years. and it's a $4 billion reactor. >> a lot of the cost is because of environmental regulation. >> well, i'm not sure that was the case. some
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Dec 3, 2009 7:08pm EST
hope he can change china. >> reporter: china doesn't apear ready to bend. that administration tri of foreign affairs conference had
CNN
Apr 23, 2014 9:00pm PDT
malaysia and china, also on the next phase, details to be announced likely next week. but we know pretty much it will involve that wider arc miles along the suspected flight path. also more likely that more assets will be brought in. they're talking about a more powerful side scanner, there is one called the orion, that is towed behind the ship and sends back realtime data to the mother ship, of course, being towed. it doesn't have to resurface like the bluefin. and also has much more ability to be deeper. we expect to learn much more about that in the days ahead. >> we appreciate it. let's turn to ivan now in beijing. what was the emotional ride like for the families there today? >> reporter: well, you know, we asked one woman, for example, what she thought about this object of interest. and was she disappointed when it turned out that it did not belong to the plane. and she said no, i don't believe in any of the information that they put out anymore. and i think that underscores the suspicion that many of these families have about the investigation, about the search. about the i
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May 27, 2014 10:00pm PDT
school in china. the difference is in china, no children died. we are talking about the speed and the severity with which people can commit -- commit these crimes and the easy access to guns. we can restrict access to guns. we can make sure very simply that we have background checks, that we fix loopholes, that gun owners report without restricting the ability of law-abiding gun owners. it's pretty simple. >> doctor, he had a history of mental illness but was still able to buy multiple guns. how can we follow up on that following what michael said? >> i think there's a lot of controversy in terms of background checks being more thorough but i will say this. my first forensic case was ted kosinski, the unibomber. he didn't use guns. he used bombs. untreated mental illness creates violence. much more often the person commits suicide. the violence is perpetrated against themselves, not other people. one other quick comment. you know, michael waldman, i'd invite you to think about this and other people who are thinking like you are, that he elliot rodger was evil. in the 1600s we believed
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Apr 22, 2014 6:00pm PDT
in contact with families from china, we're coordinating the group on facebook. and also helping to get in touch with media. and also, i am in contact with families in india. we are just three families here. >> sarah, i understand that lawyers are starting to come out of the wood work and approach the families, what is your reaction to that? >> well, the chasing of the lawyers actually started at the very beginning. mostly, even at the orange site. fortunately, most of the terrible ones have kind of gone away. and now we've begun the effort to try to seek out positive legal representation. it makes it very complicated though, because you have people in china and malaysia and australia and the united states and india and france. and we all have different kinds of requirements that we operate underneath. not everybody has the same rights under international law. and that is actually a terrible, terrible shame. so as a group, we as the family unit are trying to come together to make sure everyone's interests are protected. >> you describe these briefings as a comedy routine. what do yo
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Dec 18, 2014 7:00pm PST
this. this is going to be lasting forever. >> is a response more sanctions? as long as china is supporting them, mr. speaker. >> i don't know what the response is. the response could be to go in with our own cybercapabilities and close down north korea. take apart north korean assets that are electronic. cause them enormous domestic problems. but the real danger here is-- the entire rest of the world is watching. if somebody can come into an american company, close it down so people literally are using paper and pencil, steal five movies, openly threaten to kill americans if they go to a movie theater, and nothing is done? every, every element that hates us on the planet is going to take that as a signal that we are so unprepared that we're an open target. it is very important that we find some very significant response to prove that it is, very expensive to invade the united states with cybercapability, to try to coerce americans. >> the accountability -- the counter belief is that north korea is so unpredictable. people are worried. they don't know how they will retaliate. sho
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Dec 18, 2009 7:00pm EST
deal between the united states, china, and other nations to address climate change. but he also conceded it will be very hard to reach a legally binding agreement. and there are serious concerns tonight about the effects climate change could have on food and water supplies around the world. in fact, in some parts of the world the problem could lead to bloodshed. and reports on the war over water. >> reporter: warmer temperatures, rising sea levels, and droughts. all changing factors that could one day impact food and water supply globally. a study by scientists at stanford and the university of washington estimates that harvests of rice and corn could drop by 20% to 40% by the end of this century. it's a problem that crosses the globe, from the southern u.s. to south america to southern asia. >> around the world, stable crops like rice, like wheat, like maize that societies rely on are at risk already because of changing climates. and right here in the u.s., vegetable crops and fruits that are economically extremely important like apples, like even dairy cow productions. >> repo
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Dec 30, 2014 7:00pm PST
china, malaysia australia, japan, the philippines, they were simulcasting the local signal from tv in indonesia. potentially the graphic live images of bodies went out to a number of countries, potentially millions of viewers, certainly here in china where there are a lot of mh-370 families following this closely. very upsetting to see that kind of thing. >> you have been speaking with members of the mh-370 fame tletz there, what are they telling you? -- families there, what are they telling you? >> well it is a very difficult time. this whole week has been draw matic for them in many ways. it almost brought them back don, to the day when when flight 370 disappeared. i was sitting down yesterday with steven whang, whose mother was on the plane. and he was telling me that he was hoping for a miracle. he was hoping that perhaps some people in the air asia flight might be alive. because almost 10 months later, he believes his mother may be alive. he hasn't been able to speak her name. because he says she is not a victim. i can't accept she is a victim until i have proof. and it was du
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Dec 1, 2009 7:00pm EST
right. when i interviewed the president in china a couple of weeks ago, he said he would like to see the bulk of u.s. forces out of afghanistan before he leaves office. he did not want to pass it on to his successor. obviously you can read that the end of his first term, or if he serves two terms, it will actually be seven years from now. but you're right that in the short-term his aides are at least hoping, their goal we're told is to get a bulk of u.s. troops out over the next few years. hopefully by the end of his first term. but key is they're not committing to that, and the president is not going to commit to that in the speech tonight. he said he is going to talk about a goal, but he is going to leave that wide open. that's part of the frustration among some democrats on the left. >> ed henry for us tonight at west point. ed, thank you so much. stay with cnn to watch president obama announce his new war strategy for victory in afghanistan. we'll have complete coverage of the president's speech less than an hour from now. and in-depth analysis from the best political team on televis
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Nov 27, 2009 7:00pm EST
point. >> reporter: the resolution friday passed 25-3 with important back from russia and china as well as the u.s.,ber brita britain, france and germany, urged them to comply fully and without delay. the three countries voted against them, cuba, malaysia and vens way la. six abstained. in recent years the russians and chinese have been reluctant to pressure iran on nuclear issues. china imports 15% of its oil from iran. the chinese were silent on the subject of iran during president obama's recent trip to meet with president hu jintao. iran denies it wants to build nuclear weapons and calls the resolution hasty and undue. >> the resolution of the security council sanctions prevented iran even a second from its nuclear enrichment activities, and this resolution will be the same. it will not stop iran and iranian people very patient with iran and deprive them from science and technology. >> reporter: iran defied the international community for years. the u.s. ambassador to the iaea said the resolution is a signal patience is running out. >> we also remain willing to engage iran to w
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Jan 14, 2010 7:00pm EST
in haiti. the united states has given $1 billion for emergency relief. china, spain, britain and iran are some of more than a dozen countries supplying relief supplies to haiti right now. president obama pledged $1 million in aid, saying this is one of the those moments that calls for real leadership. dan? >> the president trying to show that the u.s. the aid, and to show americans who are on the ground and that they can be airlifted. tends to get frequent updates as long as his american girl, talking to french president sarcozy. we are told by the official that he had made many attempts, but this obviously shows you what the condition is like on the ground? this $180 million that the president was pleased with the pace of the effort to this boy. he said the president is pleased, but he keeps stressing to his staff, the time is of the utmost importance to this administration. we heard the president speak tonight as he was speaking to house members on capitol hill. >> i just want everybody in the house of representatives to understand, this is a moment for american leadership. this is
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Jun 3, 2014 10:00pm PDT
meeting. tomorrow is the anniversary of china's brutal crack down in beijing. troops opened fire on civilians protesting party rule. we don't know how many were killed but estimates range from several hundred to several thousand. tonight there is a heavy police presence in tiananmen square. that's it tonight, i'm don lemon. ac 360 starts right now. >>> don, thanks very much. this is called the ugliest primary in the. >> anderson, thanks very much. a close race shaping up in mississippi right now. we are not a yet able to project a winner. take a look at this. tea party favorite chris mcdaniel slightly ahead of thad cochran. establishment republican senator from mississippi up by about just under 4,000 votes with 88% of the vote in very, very close. we'll see what happens. but take a look at iowa right now. cnn does project a winner in the primary. we predict joni ernst will be the winner.
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Sep 3, 2014 7:00pm PDT
that. that's next. well, did you know the great wall of china wasn't always so great? hmmm...what should we do? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. whenwork with equity experts who work with regional experts who work with portfolio management experts that's when expertise happens. mfs. because there is no expertise without collaboration. >>> the world has witnessed the beautitality of muslim extremist groups from isis in the middle east to boko haram in parts of africa. it's prompting people to ask the question, how is it that terrorists commit such bloody acts of violence using the islamic faith as a shield. here is cnn's jean casarez. >> our knife will continue to strike the necks of your people. >> reporter: in the name of allah, the terrorist group isis sends a message for the world to hear. that they represent the true principles of islam, seen here in a vice news video. but how can this group now more notorious than al qaeda claim to speak for all muslims? muslim leaders say they can't. >> islam is a peaceful religion. the very mea
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Dec 11, 2009 7:00pm EST
copenhagen, china said the population control efforts are helping to slow down climate change but as casey wayen reports, there's complications with that. >> reporter: the cheapest way is not converting to solar power or buying a hybrid card. it's putting on a condom. that's the conclusion of a london school of economic study showing money spent on contraception is more efficient than money spent on clean energy technologies. it backs up a study that concludes overpopulation is the single biggest threat to the environment. >> it's been a lot of attention to the effects of individuals, lifestyle choices and things like transportation, food choices and so on. relatively little attention to the effect of having children. >> reporter: the british medical journal published an editorial saying the sensitive issue of population stabilization continues to slip off the agenda but is crucial to achieving real reductions in global co2 emissions. >> there's a large body of scientific evidence showing there's links between population factors and climate change as well as many other environmental
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Dec 2, 2016 7:00pm PST
china and already has some u.s. lawmakers crying foul. what is behind it? >>> trump meets with more cabinet hopefuls one day after picking general james mad dog mattis as his secretary of defense. i'll ask our team of generals what they think. >>> if the economy is so good, why does it feel so bad? i'm going to ask money maven dave ramsey. >>> live at trump tower this evening with the latest breaking news, sun lin, give us the latest on the trump transition. who is meeting -- who he's meeting with and morallies planned? >> reporter: another day of the revolving door at trump tower, don. president-elect donald trump meeting with former defense secretary robert gates and ambassador john boulden. the most intriguing is senator heidi heitkamp, north dakota senator, red state democrat that is in potential consideration for potentially energy secretary. of course, her potential choice would send shock waves among democrats on capitol hill, given the threat that her choosing, she could be replaced by a republican senator. going forward into next week, donald trump will be having a lot less
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Jan 1, 2010 7:00pm EST
. >> reporter: but will the international community, especially russia and china, support much tougher economic sanctions on iran? that's still unclear. >> with each passing day, the situation becomes more urgent. >> reporter: and mr. obama is under pressure himself from congress, which is champing at the bit for the u.s. to punish iran on its own even without international support. another move in this chess game, signals that senator john kerry, chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, might travel to tehran. the obama deadline comes in the midst of the worst political violence in iran since its disputed elections in june, making it harder for the obama administration to calibrate its next step, whether punishing the iranian government might actually strengthen hard-liners, undercut reformers, and hurt average iranians the most. >> we will continue to bear witness to the extraordinary events that are taking place there. >> reporter: opposition leader, mir hossein mousavi, whose own nephew was killed in demonstrations, says on his website he's ready to die to defend
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u.s. ambassador to the u.n., nikki haley. clearly they were directed at china. she was talking about the fact that not only -- not only was this a rebuke of north korea and its behavior, it was a warning to countries that are doing business with north korea. especially china. saying that, you know, these countries think that they are also going to be doing business with the u.s. and, as she put it, that is not going to happen. and we've seen the u.s. increasingly critical of china. over the last couple of days, they've used words like complicit, aiding and abetting in terms of its role in this crisis. so even though the u.s. has its other statements on north korea, its ways of putting pressu pres its threat of military action which was brought of very clearly today, it still seems to believe that the real leverage is with china economically. and it's made it clear that it's going to continue putting on that pressure, even if that means potentially sanctioning china or companies. as we saw last week with the u.s. sanctioning of a chinese bank. and we could see a lot more of that in th
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Oct 20, 2014 7:00pm PDT
relations with china. so much of what the whitlam government did back then -- >> and that was australia's 7 network there. he was called a giant of his time. >>> let's bring you a business headline. china's gross domestic product had its worst performance since 2009. the economy slowed to 7.3% growth in the third quarter. that's barely ahead of forecast in a cnn money survey. china will need a big fourth quarter rebound to meet its target of 7.5%. they blame a weak real estate market. >>> apple's stock had a big damda day monday and kept up the momentum. >> apple shoppers are always bragging about their shiny new phones. the company beat quarterly sales and profit forecasts and sold more than 39 million iphones. that just slightly exceeded expectations and their own projections as well. >> the news came on the same day apple pay got up and running. if you have a new iphone 6 and the new software you can use your fingerprint instead of a credit card to make purchases. we gave it a test drive. >> reporter: the hardest part was updating to the apple operating system 8.1. once i did that, all
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Nov 7, 2017 11:00pm PST
, which have some said will call for delicate diplomacy as he pushes china to do more to end north korea's nuclear program. hours earlier at south korea's national assembly, the president condemned north korea's oppressive regime, while praising seoul's accomplishments over the past seven decades. he said america does not seek conflict with north korea, but will not run from it either. and he issued another stark warning to kim jong-un. >> today, i hope i speak not only for our countries, but for all civilized nations, when i say to the north, do not underestimate us. and do not try us. >> joining us now is cnn's matt rivers in beijing and paula hancocks in seoul. paula, let's start with that speech. many lawmakers in south korea were nervous that donald trump's remarks would raise pepgss wite with pyongyang, but this teamed to be a typical speech from a u.s. president, met with a standing ovation. >> reporter: that's right, yes. 35 minutes, a standing ovation at the end. to be fair, he had a stand ovation when he came in, as well. it's a slightly different tact than we've been see
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Mar 8, 2017 10:00pm PST
pivot in the dealings with north koreaing that china would support? >> well, i'm not really sure exactly how china is going to take there but one thing you can be sure is that china will be continue to push its positioning that direct negotiations are the only way to solve the continuing issues that are coming out of north korea. and so given the ambassador's comments there, i think perhaps the chinese reaction to that would be that it's not productive. and that by personally attacking the north korean leader that it doesn't really get both sides back to the negotiating table than has been the chinese consistent position for years now, ever since the six-party talks ended, the chinese say all sides in negotiations led by the united states needs to happen in order to solve this problem and peacefully denuclear rise the korean peninsula. perhaps in the chinese view, they're not thrilled about her comments. >> china proposed freezing their joint military dealses in exchange for north korea holding its nuclear activities. the idea swiftly rejected by washington and seoul. the questio
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says, i told you so. >> i've been telling everybody for a long time. china is taking our jobs, they are taking our money. be careful. they will bring us down. you have to know what you are doing. we have nobody that has a clue. >> does the $10 billion man have the answer? can donald trump go the distance snoim he going to ask glen beck. what does all this mean for your 401(k)? lots of advice out there. we have america's favorite money man, dave ramsey to tell you what to do and whatnot to do. i want to begin with the turmoil in the markets and donald trump pointing the finger. joining me now a panel. i'm glad to have you all here to help us get through this. liz anne, i'm going to start with you. this was a stary day -- that's a technical term -- for a lot of people in the markets. what happened today? do you think this kind of turmoil is here to stay for a while? >> we have had the pick up of volatility this year. we have gotten it in spades. there are several reasons driving this, being not only what happened in china, the economic slow down and the currency changes. and growing u
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Nov 8, 2017 8:00pm PST
china. fothere's a seriousy boomers virus out there that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. one in 30 boomers has hep c, yet most don't even know it. because it can hide in your body for years without symptoms, and it's not tested for in routine blood work. the cdc recommends all baby boomers get tested. if you have hep c, it can be cured. for us it's time to get tested. ask your healthcare provider for the simple blood test. it's the only way to know for sure. fomy doctor recommended ibgard. abdominal pain and bloating. now i'm in control of my ibs. nonprescription ibgard- calms the angry gut. >>> president trump and president xi jinping is now speaking in beijing. i want to turn to samantha, you first, all eyes on the president's trip to china. here is the president earlier tie tonight. the hosting of the military parade this morning was magnificent and the world was watching. i had people calling from all parts of the world, they were all watching, nothing you can see is so beautiful. i just want to thank you for the warm welcome and i look forward to many years of succe
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Jul 5, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. ambassador to nikki haley. clearly they were directed at china not only was this arebuke of north korea, it is a warning of countries that are doing business with north korea, especially china. saying, yeah, these countries also think they're going to be doing business with the u.s., and as she put it, that is not going to happen. we've seen the u.s. critical of china, over the couple of days they used the term of aiding and abetting in this role of this crises. even though the u.s. has over statements on north korea, us ways of putting pressure, itself threat of military action which was brought up clearly today, it still seems to believe that the real leverage is with china economically. its made it clear it's beginning to continue putting on that pressure, even if that meaning potentially sanctionsing china or companies that we saw last week with the chinese bank. >> china and russia, are they working on this together, michelle if. >> yeah, i mean they were very aligned today in the security counsel meeting. this was an emergency session in the midst of a crises, but even yesterday,
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u.n. secretary on his first trip overseas, matt rivers is standing by along china's border with north korea. >> we'll start with that extraordinary phone call with the u.s. president and malcolm turnbull, the conversation was heated with a deal negotiated during the obama administration which would see a thousand asylum seekers to the u.s. many are from iran, iraq, sudan, and somali, companies on trump's travel ban. he repeatedly called it a bad deal, saying one of the refuses would be the next boston bomber, and then the call was quickly ended. one tweeted this. the obama administration agreed to take thousands of immigrants from australia, why? i will study this dumb deal. the parliament house and reporter tim lissa, what is the reaction from the prime minister but also from ordinary australians? >> reporter: well, there is a deal of shock, because john, diplomatic relations between australia and the united states have never been carried on this way in living memory. and it suggests a changed dynamic for australia in relations with its most important, certainly its most important se
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Nov 20, 2017 7:00pm PST
players that he helped to get out of china after allegations of shoplifting. the father involved is no ordinary parent. his name is lavar ball. the big talking attention seeker who dismissed the president's efforts to cnn. the president taking the bait, when he, mr. ball told espn that he didn't think it was a big deal. the president called him "very ungrateful." the table is now set for what could be an epic clash of smack talkers. tonight lavar ball is here, and he has a message for the president. mr. ball, thank you for taking the opportunity. >> no problem. >> did you ever think you would be on cnn discussing geopolitics and the president of the united states? >> never in my wildest dreams. >> so as we live this dream. let's discuss how we got here. your son was playing ball with ucla in china. they stole merchandise from a store. the president finds out about it, he gets involved, the boys are released, they get to come back home which was never a certainty until he got involved. he says that your son -- >> how do you know he was involved before i knew that. he didn't know they we
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Jan 23, 2017 7:00pm PST
china maybe? now has 30 brands in over 110 countries. so no matter where you go, you are here. join or link accounts today. >>> it's the very early days for the trump administration. he's already signaling some major changes in the world order. let's discuss now. fareed zakaria, thanks for joining us. let's talk about the trans pacific partnership and trade agreement. he promised to get us out of it, today he with drew. it's a great thing for the american worker, and i have to tell both bernie sanders and hillary clinton opposed tpp. i remember being in a debate, discussing it in flynn the. what is the bottom line, what does this mean for the american people and the american worker? >> it's a very good zedeal and it's a very bad and sad day. 95% of the world's consumers live outside of america. about half the world economy at this point. 40% of the world economy was part of tpp. we already have a pretty open economy. the trans pacific partnership did, it opened up the other economies that were signatories, japan, vietnam, you know, countries like that, and huge reductions. american com
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May 7, 2014 6:00pm PDT
doesn't have. >> even china can help as well. do you think this reward of 300,000 will help? >> this isn't the first time we've seen a reward for capturing boca horan or anything else. the leader is the most wanted man in africa, and it just doesn't matter. you kill the leader, what else will happen for revenge? will more girls be captured, more girls kidnapped? >> it's such a frightening thing that this is happening in other countries. >>> when we come back, the most shocking thing vladimir putin has done in a very long time, next. nd sleeper, or... a mouth breather? well, put on a breathe right strip and instantly open your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicines alone. so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and sleep right. breathe right. >>> vladimir putin did something shocking today. he sounded reasonable. he sounded like a guy trying to calm things down. and after meeting with the president of switzerland, he said he is pulling his troops away from the ukranian border and asking all those masked and dangerous friends of russia not to hold a up yours kiev vote on sunday. so
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May 6, 2014 6:00pm PDT
down turned up nothing. so officials from australia and malaysia and china will analyze data collected so far, determine what resources are needed going forward and among those still keenly interested in those decisions and this search is danica weeks. her husband was aboard flight 370 and she joins us exclusively tonight via skype. danica, good to see you. thank you for joining us tonight. how are things changed, if ever, since last we spoke? how are you doing? >> look, things have gotten worse. it's gotten harder as time as gone on. to be honest, i was confident -- i was meeting every week and i was confident they were going to find it in this high priority search area. obviously they haven't. i've been preparing emotionally and physically too to prepare a memorial for paul. look, now that they haven't found anything, i'm back to day one. we're still 59 days he walked out that door and we've still got nothing. we're still back right where we were to begin with. >> have the authorities, the searchers, been any more communicative with you? do you get any more updates on a regular basis
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