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Apr 6, 2017 6:00pm EDT
party notified officers. >>> president trump is having dinner tonight china's apartment as part of the two day high steaks, summit. two leaders are not meeting in washington, but rather at president trump's maralogo resort in florida. they arrived this afternoon. the growing threat from north korea and trade are expect to dominate these talks. north korea tested another missle just two days ago. during the campaign the president criticized china for unfair trade practices. he accused the company of draining millions of jobs from the you had. unlike when president hosted japan's prime minister in february, there has in the been much talk about golf diplomacy. natasha brownies in the satellite center right new to explain why, natasha. >> reporter: while two world leaders are meeting for the very first time at informal maralogo setting neither will be participating in a leisure ly game of golf. it it is damp, dreary day at union league golf club at torresdale not ideal weather for golfers, however popular the game still remains. >> it is growing. golf especially here, we have a fairly
CBS
Jan 30, 2013 6:00pm EST
struggle for human rights in china. ray suarez sits down with an activist who spent two years under house arrest. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: the challenge of gun violence, and the looming political fight over what to do about it, dominated a high- profile hearing today. the senate judiciary committee played host to leading voices from both sides of the debate. it was a day of drama in the packed hearing room. >> this is an important conversation. >> ifill: even before the senators had their say, former congresswoman gabrielle giffords stepped up to the microphone to make a brief and halting plea. >> speaking is difficult but i need to say something important. violence is a big problem. too many children are dying. too many children. we must do something. you must act.
CBS
Apr 30, 2012 6:00pm EDT
u.s. is protecting a well-known dissident in china. a deal between the two countries may be in the works. but the case could strain relations. just days before secretary of state hillary clinton is scheduled to visit. danielle noting reports from the white house. >> reporter: at a joint press conference, president obama would not talk about chinese human rights activists, chen guan chong. >> obviously i'm aware of the press reports on the situation in china. but i'm not going to make a statement on the issue. >> reporter: chen is reportedly under u.s. protection in china, after escaping house arrest. it's believed the two countries are trying to negotiate a deal that would give him asylum in america. >> what i would like to employicize is that every time we meet in china, the issue of human rights comes up. >> reporter: he forced exposed -- force -- he exposed forced abortions. some say he had help getting out. he later made a video, asking the government not to hurt the family he left behind. >> reporter: my wife, mother and children are still in the guard's evil hands, he says. >
CBS
Sep 28, 2017 6:00pm EDT
understand cultures and especially china. china is an amazing culture that we as americans can learn a lot from. >> okay, our pat gallen took a trip back in time during "eyewitness news" this morning investigating the new exhibit at franklin institute. >> an exhibit of tar cota warriors that comes to life and k kyw news radio reporter justin udo experiences how history and technology clyde. >> welcome to terracotta warriors at the franklin institute. >> reporter: for the first time in 34 years terracotta warriors from china are here in philadelphia really a unique, yeah, exhibition, probably one of the greatest archeological finds of this century. >> reporter: anxious works of art were constructed more than 2,000 years ago to protect tomb of china's first emperor or but for next five months franklin institute will play hoe to more than 8,000 statues officials at museum say they want visitors to learn about the past by using technology of tomorrow, a past that they say is very much alive. that is because each of the statues comes equipped with augmented reality a technology that lets
CBS
Aug 24, 2015 6:00am EDT
china's economy. in just a few hours, all eyes will be on wall street after last week's markets melt down. hoping for better week this week. >> good morning, it is monday, august 24th, i'm erika von tiehl. right now we check in with katie and meisha and the roads and the skies, good news with one department. good morning, ladies. >> yes. kately take that one. yes, certainly, i mean, i can just feel it is a monday out on the roadways, already very busy, had some problems, so katie, yes, ma'am, you get the cake. >> i know, you have been working hard since the sun came up really even since before then, meisha, a just because things are looking pretty active out there. but weather wise not terribly so. we've got one frontal boundery that we have to track tonight into tomorrow. that will kind of it is it for the next five days. very trans will weather is about town fold for our area. i think we'll all take t we've enjoyed beautiful weather in recent days, but also certainly some very active weather, as women, and not at point where we are desperate for rainfall. so, let's enjoy. >> this storm
CBS
Dec 23, 2011 6:00pm EST
platt formses is pipe line in the u.s. and the demand for automobiles in china. it's all worry for the environmental impact on the planet. >> daniel yergin in his newbook. he is the chairman of ihs cambridge energy research associates and he has been on panels talking about energy use. welcome. >> thank you.you write here a ls have changed. >> first the collapse of thesose disppearance and the rise of china. china had a couple of words and it's the only country at that gets two chapters of it's own. >> one major question at thatres abouwhether and how quickly the world is running out of oil. >> right. >> you argued and you arguedhert such fears are exaggerated. >> it's a contentious andemotio. it goes through cycles when prices are high and ma ar markee tense. we are seeing production in the united states in ways that were not expanded a couple of years ago. that doesn't european ther thera big challenge for a world that china and india become big players the notion that we will run out soon is not borne out by the evidence. >> is it a certainty or you aret you see around the world
CBS
Jan 31, 2013 6:00pm EST
coincided with an investigation it did that found relatives of wen jiabao, china's prime minister, had accumulated several billion dollars through their business dealings. for more on all this, i am joined by "new york times" reporter, nicole perlroth, who reported the story in today's paper. and grady summers, vice president of mandiant, the cyber security company hired by the "times" to investigate the breach. nicole perlroth let's start with you. how did the paper realize that it was under attack and could it immediately move to defend itself? >> we were actually -- this was a proactive effort by the "new york times." we knew the story was coming out. we knew there had been warnings about publication of the investigation into wen jiabao's relatives would quote/unquote have consequences. so our security team notified at&t which monitors our network full time to look out for unusual activity and we notified them a day before the story published and the day the story went online at&t got back to us and said that they had noticed that at least three of our computers were communicat
CBS
Jun 14, 2011 6:00pm EDT
china and all of that will be ahead of us. and in the science area. now we have to catch it back up to them. and which is a way of catching back up to them. >> reporter: 225 students attend ben franklin high school. the renovations are being paid for through state grants and raised to the top dollar. jessica? >> mary, thank you. it will take about three years for all that was work to be complete. >>> what a day. unbelievable. >> great day to be in school today, wasn't it? >> always a great day to be in school, bob. >>> only have a couple of days left. summer is almost here. >>> right now, we're at 75. dew points at 57 degrees. winds west/northwest. come back and take a look at a really nice wednesday after this. not that long ago, many families were priced out of an overheated housing market. but the times have changed. get the facts at remax.com. it's a great place to see all the listings in thousands of cities and towns. with lots of houses to chose from and down-to-earth prices the dream of owning a home seems more attainable than ever. find out what an experienced re/max agent can
CBS
Feb 27, 2012 6:00pm EST
. >>> thousands of baltimore students headed to china, how they're getting ready. >>> and another incredible evening. stick around for the forecast, coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> some new details tonight in a case in hartford county. a teen accused of murdering his father in his home. mike has the latest for us. >> reporter: the court vacated his arrangement today. his lawyer entered an appearance. and we're learning more about how the case will progress. >> reporter: what will happen to 16-year-old robert richardson iii. the teenager who shot his father to death last month and who's case is divided and shaken this close nit community. it's a case that weighs on the loved ones. >> it just hit me right here, right here in the center of my heart that the boy snapped. >> reporter: investigators described a crime scene, pools of blood throughout the family's home in bell air. friends and family members believe richards a high school student was abused. although prosecutors have yet to reveal a motive. thousands of supporters launched a facebook page collecting donations for his defe
CBS
Aug 25, 2015 6:00am EDT
they're fixing giant sinkhole, that swallowed up half of the streets. china stocks close sharply lower, extending sell off, unnerved investors around the globe. now all eyes on wall street to see if the markets here will fair any better. >>> and new tropical storm forms overnight. erika; now churning up the atlantic. katie with the latest, coming up in just one second. good morning, tuesday, august 25th, good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. we want to get your day started when traffic and weather together with katie and meisha a muggy but not too much rain to talk about. >> good morning, yes in terms of the weather, katie, you will talk about that, but we have dry roadways be doesn't matter, still very busy. an accident i'll tell but coming up. but we shoot it over to you and let them know what's begin on the roads. >> get down to the busy, things are dry, and eventually discussing erika much more, talking about the tropical storm it time, in much more detail. for now out the door, what you can expect. for now live neighborhood network taking you farther inland, 64 degrees currentl
CBS
Jan 21, 2011 6:00pm EST
baltimore elementary students. they traveled to washington to perform with the president in china. -- for the president of china. these students were speaking their language. >> they sing, speak, read, and write chinese. [ singing in chinese ] >> i love taking chinese. it's a way to learn their culture. >> well, [ speaking in chinese. my name is matt kincade. [ speaking in chinese ] >> reporter: they're students at baltimore international academy in northeast baltimore. a school dedicated to fully immersing students in foreign languages. >> russian, mandarin chinese, spanish, and french. [ singing in chinese ] >> reporter: students in the chinese program were invited to see and perform -- sing and perform president hu jintao of china who is visiting the united states. president hu wasn't in attendance, but to students it didn't matter. >> i think it's important because we know a lot of chinese. and you get to know great things about chinese culture. >> i think it means a lot to them. first of all, i think, you know, they think that okay, i can speak chinese. and also, i can apply what i h
CBS
Oct 1, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: china phillips talks about the incest tell- all. china opens up about the firestorm. >> it's something i don't wish. anyone. >> reporter: china on the controversy that engulfs her family, about her sister mackenzie's claim of an incest incestuous relationship with their father, '60s icon john phillips. >> i feel like i do have to talk about it because i love my sister. i do know that the allegations are true. >> reporter: while china shows support. her mother is not as sympathetic. >> she's a pistol. what can i say? with a subject as intense and as personal as this, people's feelings go haywire. and so there have been some flareups. and there have been some tension and some an animosity. but you know what? we love each other. at the end of the day, our family is going to be fine. >> also tonight, the first video from inside chloe card kardashian's wedding. plus, a george clooney movie exclusive for you. and we join atlanta housewives nini on her big night out here in hollywood. we'll have that and so much more coming up later on entertainment tonight. >>> don't miss
CBS
Feb 20, 2017 6:00pm EST
new home in china beau will join her older brother, at the china conservation and research center, and panda was born three years ago and quickly became a crowd favorite. fans packed the zoo to take and even snarled traffic in the area to say good bye to the panda. >> yeah. >> going home. >> i'm sure it was her that was in the the snow last year and rolled down the hill and it went viral. >> yes, i think it was. >>> thanks for watching "eyewitness news" at 6:00 we are back at 10 on the cw philly and we're back here on cbs-3 at 11:00. >>> up next, "cbs evening news", in for scott pelley here's anthony mason from new york. take care family we will see you tonight. captioning sponsored by cbs >> mason: drafted by the commander-in-chief. >> general h.r. mcmaster will become the national security adviser. he's man of them does talent and tremendous experience. >> mason: also tonight, russia's ambassador to the united nations dies suddenly in new york. more rain brings a new threat of flooding and mudslides in northern california. >> three, two, one, liftoff. >> mason: one giant leap fo
CBS
Jul 8, 2015 6:00pm EDT
marketplace, involving greece china and the federal reserve. >>> a technical glitch also grounded united airlines flights nationwide today frustrated and confused, passengers, filled philadelphia international airport. they endured long lines while united worked to fix that problem. it was unrelated to the stock exchange issue. operations resumed around 9:30 after an faa imposed ground stop put flights on hold for two hours. >> i would be making my way home to my beautiful wife and lovely kid. >> yes. >> nothing but a great way to keep me in philly. >> unite dad a will guys for the inconvenience and offers waved to affect travelers to change their reservations without a fee. >>> gas prices are going down for the most part but it is getting more expense turf drive path turnpike. the turnpike commission agreed to raise tolls by 6 percent by both cash and e-z pass customers. this is the eighth straight year tolls increased on the turnpike. it is still cheaper to use e-z pass than cash. those new rates start january 3rd. >>> still to come on "eyewitness news" a familiar menu item no more at
CBS
May 22, 2015 6:00pm EDT
department is arrested for allegedly trading u.s. secrets with china 47 year-old xi, seen here in this university video is charged were four counts of wire fraud. only cbs-3 was there as federal investigators searched xi's home in penn veil. xi is an expert in the field of super conn neckivity and accused of trying to obtain a ground breaking piece of technology to share with china in return for money and prestige. he faces a maximum of 80 years in prison. temple university has appointed an acting chair to the physics department while doctor xi focus owns this matter. >>> we do continue to follow breaking news right now there is a a huge fire burning at the sunoco refinery in south philadelphia. this is chopper three live over the scene right now as philadelphia fire fighters, try to get a handle on that blaze but it is described to us as right now burning out of control. at dress here the 3,000 block of pen rose avenue in the point breeze section of the city the word from our weather center is that wind are blowing 30 miles per hour right now and they are blowing this smoke directly t
CBS
Jun 5, 2015 6:00am EDT
, was arrested about a week after the abduction. >> well, china base hackers suspected of breaking into us government computer networks stealing information of at least 4 million federal workers. >> china is denying it, saying these allegations are irresponsible, and unscientific. cbs news core upon dent mark albert has more now from washington, did. c. >> as many as 4 million current and former federal employees are wait to go see if chinese hackers listed their personal information right off the government computers. along with details about job assignment, and performance ratings. sources tell cbs news, some of the sensitive data might have been used in backgrounds and security clearance investigations. >> the federal government probably one of the largest employers in the world and to have that status system, to have that system breached, is really pretty incredible. >> federal investigators say the hackers left behind their cyber signature when they broke into networks, for the office of personal management, as well as the interior department. the information may have been sou
CBS
Apr 17, 2017 6:00am EDT
now working with its allies and china to to respond to the threat. >> i think there is international concensus now including the chinese, and the chinese leadership, that this is a situation that just can't continue. >> lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are on board. >> china is the key. the partnership with china, the countries in that region; what we have got to focus on. >> on the campaign trail, promised to label china currency manipulator. over the weekend he a periods to reverse court, tweeting, why would i call china a currency manipulate err when they are working with us on the north korean problem? hena daniels, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >>> well, a concerned mother in abington township is begging for help in finding her missing caught here disappeared while dropping off uber passengers in northeast philadelphia. forty-five year old kristin life hasn't been heard from or seen since tuesday night. she was driving her 2003 olive green subaruu legacy to drop off uber customers cents last fare axe factory road, now her mother just want her to come home. >> i don
CBS
Dec 31, 2012 6:00pm EST
secretive country. >> in shanghai in china they sang an alternative version of auld lang syne. >> and in hong kong a more familiar one. ♪ auld lang syne ♪ ♪. >> a sum >> holman: a somber mood prevailed across india on new year's eve, as the country mourned the victim of a gang rape. celebrations were scaled back after the 23-year-old woman died on saturday at a hospital in singapore. the attack on her has triggered mass protests in india. today, amid candlelight vigils, there were more calls for tougher rape laws. . >> we have all decide tad that we will not sell brat new years because this year we have lost a sister from amongst us. and whenever we lose someone of our own or that person passes away we mourn for them. this time we are spending new year's in mourning >> holman: six men have been arrested and charged with murder in the attack. former president george h-w bush is showing signs of improvement. over the weekend the 88-year-old was moved out of intensive care at a houston hospital, where he'd been fighting off a fever. the 41st president was admitted on november 23 with
CBS
Jun 19, 2016 6:00am EDT
will win. >> jacky then pounced on how trump pronounces -- >> china. >> china. >> china. >> jack then detoured briefly to ted cruz. >> god bless the great school of ... >> in response to which cruz tweeted: okay, this kid is funny. he then dabbled in cross-gender impersination. >> i'm going to run a campaign of unity, a campaign of inclusive at this. >> they've given the skills we need to get through sixth grade and through seventh grade and through eighth grade. >> his dad said his son want to be either president or comedian. but jack really went on a role when he started talking about the school cinnamin rolls and the voice of bernie sanders. >> let me starve with the lunches. , the lunches, and some of the best cinnamin rolls i've ever tasted. we need to make them free. what we need is a cinnamin roll revolution. >> just as long as they aren't communist rolls made in china jeannie moos. >> by the way, i love china. >> new york. >> it is good to see young people informed and engaged. coming up in the next half hour on "eyewitness news", more on breaking news, mini-van plunges i
CBS
Jan 12, 2010 6:00pm EST
bracelet were nearly all cadmium. wal-mart has already pulled this from their shelves. >> in china, there is a lot of recycling of computer waste from here in the u.s. that waste finds its way to china, where it's dumped. but some of the metal in those products are used for making other things. >> reporter: green says the problem is, it's not illegal to sell jewelry with cadmium in the u.s. and it also appears chinese factories are using cadmium, instead of lead. because lead is now more restricted by the federal government. >> they have launched an investigation into the cadmium problem. and the top regulator plans to issue a stern warning to china. i'm andrea fujii. wjz eyewitness news. >> the metal most used to replace lead is zinc, a safer alternative to cadmium. >>> time now for a quick look at some of the stories you'll find in the baltimore sun. how maryland-based mutual funds performed in the fourth quarter of 2009. >>> a recipe for a lighter version of a philly cheesesteak. >>> and how matt stover's season has taken him from being mr. mom to kicking against his former team on sat
CBS
Oct 11, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. >> barren hill supported the stimulus package that created renewable jobs in china. >> reporter: republicans are counting on anger in washington to help them retake congress. john banner was in florida monday campaigning for a republican candidate for congress. just hours before the president arrived to rally democrats. president obama will do the same in maryland. joel brown, cbs news, washington. >>> the president will travel to massachusetts and ohio. you can watch the only televised debate for maryland's highest office. governor o' malley faces off with former governor ehrlich. >>> time now for a quick look at the stories you will find on tomorrow's baltimore sun. more analysis of the gubernatorial debate. why a reversed mortgage may not be the solution for your problems. >>> and who's on top of this week's high school poll. you can look for the updated forecast from wjz's first warning weather team. >>> still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. the crucial step in space tourism. >>> and was a worker kidnapped in afghanistan killed by u.s. special forces? >>> i hope you
CBS
Oct 7, 2010 6:00pm EDT
steel workers, backing offshore farms. >> the number 1 threat is china. while we're debating the issue, china is not sitting back. they're doing something about it. >> reporter: when it comes to turbines, china has the largest wind manufacturing plant. employing over 1 million workers, following a $440 billion investment by the chinese government. >> i think we can go forward. we need to. we really do. >> reporter: but industry isn't enough. money to build the turbines must be found. >> with a commitment from delaware, commitment from maryland, and commitment from our federal government, we can finance this new growing industry. >> reporter: until then, wind is only powering old technology. alex demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. >> now, because wind power is free, once the turbines are running, energy costs to consumers could be locked in for up to 25 years. right now, the cost fluctuates with the price of gas and oil. >>> time now for a look at some of the stories you'll find in the baltimore sun. more on the report at the chelten ham juvenile facility. >>> and an interview with r
CBS
Jun 8, 2011 6:00pm EDT
reception in april for korean officials in annapolis preceded governor o'malley's trip. now, in china, he sends this you tube video home. >> looking forward to a lot of cooperation going both ways as we move forward to that better future we prefer. >> reporter: o'malley has landed the state with a $40 million deal with a chinese biopharmaceutical company. and small companies are looking to expand in the foreign market o. the phone today, the governor says they are making progress. >> there was a gentlemen here -- gentleman here who owns a seafood company on the eastern shore. he is what we would say is a small business man. if he's able to conclude a deal in china, that instantly makes his business double in size. >> reporter: maryland has landed more. >> there's a lot of capital in this world that can be invested in, in maryland. and if we make it easy for them to come. we've got to get in this game. >> reporter: and key to that is life sciences and technology. >> we've got to market to these huge numbers of consumers if we're going to create more jobs at home. >> reporter: the deleg
CBS
Apr 14, 2010 6:00pm EDT
eyewitness news. caoss in western china. powerful earthquake levers hundreds dead. tonight, the growing search for survivors. >>> disasters like the one in haiti, nurses have to be prepared. i'll tell you how towson university students are doing just that next. >>> a chilling crime in chicago. tonight, the suspect in tonight, the suspect in cu,,,, i discovered the problem growing grass seed, is me. i'm a grass seed failure. well, i forget to water it, and the seed dries out. and once it's dry, it's dead. and once it's dead, it's just... [ male announcer ] that's why there's scotts turf builder grass seed with water smart. scotts best seed wrapped in a super absorbent coating that actually holds water to keep the seed moist. so now i don't have to worry if i miss a day of watering. this seed makes it almost impossible to fail. it's me proof, in a way. [ male announcer ] seed guaranteed to succeed. that's the scotts advantage. >>> it is just after 6:30. 60 degrees and clear. good evening, everyone. and thanks for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about toni
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Nov 12, 2014 6:00am EST
subaru outback. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. united states and china struck a deal. they will cut greenhouse fastes over next two decades. under the the plan u.s. will cut emissions by close to one-third by 2025. china will follow suit by 2030. president obama struck the deal with the chinese president during a meeting in beijing. >>> but during his trip the president apparently offended, china during his trip to beijing. >> yeah, some people were offended here. see him chewing gum arriving for a ceremony for leaders attending the apex forum. some locals aired their irritation on line, and they said it made the president look immature, other criticized the president's decision to take a state department vehicle instead have of using the local limousine service many other world leaders used. >>> coming up at 6:30 are 36789 we have changes to talk about today. >> yes, this is a transition day where we see fog for one thing that morning in between system but core of cold will shift our way here. temperatures will take a hit. system that brings us back, it is in the all that
CBS
Oct 29, 2009 6:00pm EDT
and a lot of dry wall was imported from china. they are trying to determine if they are linked to a host of medical complaints. >> we discovered that. she said there is an awful smell in the house. >> reporter: they say it has a rotten egg smell. they suffered from itching eyes and respiratory problems. >> little things like your mirrors in the bathroom are turning black, they reflect the material. it is turning black from the edges in. >> reporter: they announced chemical tests showing higher concentrations of sulfur coming from chinese dry wall. if you can get a look at the back it will say made in china. the material on the inside tends to be more gray than it is while. >> reporter: and there was a lot of rebuilding after hurricane katrina some have also joined a suit. a lawyer says it may not be just medical. >> the problem is if you do have toxic dry wall it can destroy the value of your house. it should be checked out very carefully. >> reporter: they will try to determine if the medical complaints can be linked to the dry wall. >>> bob is here and we have important weather fo
CBS
Aug 8, 2011 6:00pm EDT
custody. >>> a tie noon china has forced over 600,000 people to flow. it continued to move up the coast. winds reached speeds of 113 miles an hour. it damaged buildings and tore branches from trees. locals were evacuated in case buildings collapsed much the storm is not expected to cause serious damages to the mainland. >>> heart stopping close call in northwest china. a man was trying to walk a tight rope when he lost his footing. he fell from the wire and was able to catch it. he slowly and carefully played his way to the other side as both balloons were lowered to the ground. that's some athlete. >> and no net. thank goodness he caught him serve. scott pelley has a preview of what's coming up on the "cbs evening news." >> the humanitarian disaster in east africa has reached historic proportions. famine has already killed 29,000 children and the age of five. "cbs evening news" comes to you from the center of the crisis. >>> here's a look at wall street's closing numbers. street's closing numbers. we'll,,,, [ male announcer ] want a better way to track what you spend? credit card, and
CBS
Feb 20, 2015 6:00pm EST
opened up the package and found inside, an empty picture frame from china. >> it was odd that somebody would take time to send him an empty picture frame from china however, he discovered on the bag there were eight fraudulent id's attach. one of them held the name of the student's first name, dean. >> how about that. police are not saying what school the students attended or their -- or they are not identifying them apparently they didn't break any laws because they never received those id's. >>> excitement over pope francis and his upcoming visit to philadelphia has energized a big fun raising efforts. organizers of the world meeting of the families say they are now 23rd of the way to their 45 million-dollar fun raising goal pope francis is expect to take part in the meeting in philadelphia and celebrate mass on the parkway in september. >>> thousands of college students are going to be staying up all night for a good cause. >> they love it. "eyewitness news" reporter matt rivers is live in state college, matt? >>> 2015 has begun, thon, dancings has begun and i won't stop until sunda
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Jul 30, 2017 6:00am EDT
surging stock market and calling out china brooks silva-braga has more on what thee. >> reporter: president trump took aim at china day after north korea tested a miss that will said could reach u.s. i'm very disappointed in china tweeted. our foolish past leaders after loud them to make hundreds of billions of dollars in trade but yet they do nothing with us for north korea just talk. we will no long's how this to continue. china could easily solve this problem. president also called on congress, to get health care reform another try, unless the republican senators are total quitters repeal and replace is not dead, he wrote. demand another vote before voting on any other bill. trump will soon push his agenda with the help of a new chief of staff. >> i think actually going a htia reset button is a good thing. >> reporter: reince priebus is out, home land security secretary general john kelly is in. >> priebus made rookie mistake after rookie mistake. >> reporter: author chris whip le has studied chief of staff and said priebus didn't oe house personnel or tell the president heart
CBS
Dec 4, 2009 6:00pm EST
national zoo to travel to china. he was born in washington, d.c. in 2005. he became an instant celebrity. he will head back to china next year because of smithsonian agreement. it requires any panda born at the zoo to be returned to china for breeding. >> that's it for tonight, everyone. i'm vic carter. >> for bob and stan, i'm denise koch. thanks for watching wjz, our news station. much m >> couric: tonight, unemployment drops unexpectedly. a hopeful sign, but the president warns there's still a long road to recovery. >> good friends don't pay the rent. >> couric: i'm katie couric, also to want, a verdict in the amanda knox trial. the american exchange student is accused in the brutal murder of her roommate. and she has a fortune thanks to her famous brother. but she plans to give away every cent.
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Aug 10, 2010 6:00pm EDT
up prematurely. the target, compounds owned by an american security company. >>> parts of china, pakistan, and india, thousands of people are missing. hundreds of thousands more are homeless. randall pinkston reports for wjz with more on the tragedy. >> rescue crews pulled this 52- year-old man to safety in den state province, china. he had been trapped for more than two days. it was one of the few happy endings, as the death toll from a mudslide in china passed 700, more than 1,000 people are still missing. and each rescue looks like a miracle. torrential rains brought on the disaster, causing a river to swamp entire villages with mud and debris. hundreds of homes were ripped from their fiewmpgzs -- foundations. in neighboring pakistan, the worst floods in 80 years have affected nearly 14 million people. killing more than 1600. thousands are stranded in the swat valley, where major roads and businesses are swept away, blocking rescue crews from reaching the victims. the prime minister says the magnitude of the tragedy is so immense, it's hard to assess. >> reporter: in northern
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Jul 20, 2011 6:00pm EDT
just returned from a trip to baltimore's sister city in china. >> wjz was there, as students at carver votech prepare for a trip around the world. >> i'm excited but scared at the same time. because i've never flown on a plane before. >> eight students are the beneficiaries of a plan put in place yours ago. when william donald schaefer was mayor. he made baltimore city a sister with shamin, china. >> this is unprecedented to have our students go to china. >> reporter: students took banners and gifts to chinese students learning english. >> the students return to baltimore on monday. they have been overseas for 10 days. >> reporter: at the city's board of estimates meeting. [ applause ] >> the students presented mayor stephanie rawlings-blake with a statue, a chinese tradition they learned overseas. presenting gifts, as a sign of honor and respect. >> in the future of some chinese teachers, the students met in china, will come here to baltimore city. >>> and still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. wild one. >> the dog is biting the shock. >> dog swimming with some sharks. you ha
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Jan 7, 2016 6:00am EST
falling, china went so far as to stop trading all together. and here to explain more about this second major drop in the chinese market this week alone is cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger, jill, good morning. so what is going on in china. >> reporter: this is an underlying fear that growth in china is slowing down. on monday they released a report manufacturing was week. this morning what caused the jitters chinese government devalued its currency, currency with the dollar. the fear is the the economy must be doing much worse then we all realized if the authorities are actually taking these actions. as you said, we have halted trading, they have had 30 minute session today and it ended down 7 percent, european market down broadly and rest of asia is selling off this morning. >> very, very interesting. what can wall street expect then today, jill. >> it is not a 7 percent drop, that is good news but we are looking at a ugly opening. right the now markets indicate 2 percent down, that is 350 or 400 dow jones points but remember guys we started this way back on monday. do you re
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Apr 13, 2017 6:00am EDT
morning. president trump flip-flops on russia, nato and on china so we will look at his change in opinion and try to see dancing plus ben tracie inside north korea kim jong untried to show sanctions are not working, he stayed, at an elaborate spectacle. >>> world's fastest car to more dog friendly features what to expect from the new york auto show. >>> mixing bible with beyonce, james brown at virginia church , where a pastor figured out how to appeal to a new generation of workers. we will see you in 10 minutes. >> bet it does, thank you. we will be watching. >>> from freshly baked bread to sweet pastries many local bakeries are preparing for the busy easter holiday. >> terminis brothers in south philadelphia it includes making traditional holiday favorites. "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen is live there now with the details, good morning, pat >>> good morning, guys, they let me here, they are letting me bake this morning. not very good at you the bye we're learning. if you are from the delaware valley and don't know about terminis i feel bad but. man that can tell you more
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Mar 25, 2010 6:00pm EDT
the demand is up now. >> reporter: but it's not just u.s. demand. >> china. china is the world's second largest consumer of oil and gasoline. so that's also helping drive up crude oil. >> reporter: some drivers say they try to shop wisely. >> usually, it's looking around town and kind of seeing who has the low price. >> reporter: there are some deals to be had. some have it a few cents cheaper if you pay with cash. >> reporter: though prices may still rise, the good news is, the $4 a gallon days may be history. >> if this continues to increase, we could see prices around $3 a gallon. >> reporter: andrea fujii, wjz eyewitness news. >> experts say consumer confidence in the u.s. economy is also driving up crude oil prices, which is trading at $81 a barrel. >>> to find the cheapest gas near you, go to wjz.com. >>> a special welcome home for some u.s. soldiers serving in iraq and rafg. -- afghanistan. >> welcome home. whoo! >> reporter: the entire 7th grade class from boys latin went to bwi marshall to welcome home the troops. it is part of their service learning day project. >>> tim
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Jun 2, 2011 6:00pm EDT
more ahead on the cbs evening news. including has china hacked into the e-mail addresses of >> smith: tonight, security breach. the gmail passwords of hundreds of u.s. government officials are stolen and google blames china. >> these allegations are very serious. >> smith: i'm harry smith. also tonight, a deadly tornado in an unlikely place. in this season of devastating twisters, central massachusetts is the latest target. rolling out romney 2.0. mitt romney announces his second try for the republican presidential tom nation. and changing the shape of the american diet. the pyramid is out, the plate is in. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" >> smith: good evening. we begin with a computer hacking case that carries huge international implications. that's because the targets included hundreds of high-level u.s. government officials. google
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Sep 22, 2010 6:00pm EDT
a powerful typhoon slams into that nation. china's national weather center says typhoon is the strongest storm it hit the nation this year. strong winds and torrential rains are expected to continue to batter china for another few days. at least 350 homes have been damaged. >>> a new book by journalist bob woodward reveals deep divisions in the obama administration about the war in afghanistan. in the book "obama's wars," the president's top aides were deeply divided over what to do. it also reveals afghan president hamid karzai was diagnosed with manic depression and was prescribed medication. >>> the fire in harriman was 50% contained. and some are being allowed back in their homes. at least flee homes were destroyed. no one was injured. >>> could the titanic tragedy have been avoided? that's the premise of a blockbuster book. they panicked when told about the iceberg. but instead of steering around it, he turned the wheel in the wrong direction, right into the iceberg. it sank as fast as it did, because an official persuaded the captain to continue sailing. this was to cover
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Apr 12, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. including chinese president, the u.s. wants both china and russia to support tougher sanction against iraq. neither iran nor north korea got an invitation to the summit. the u.s. charges both countries with violating the proliferation agreement. the white house isn't promising a bold new strategy before the summit wraps up sunday night. but the president says he feels good about what he is hearing from world leaders. the president's advisor on counter terrorism says there's an urgent need for a global plan. >> al-qaida has been engaged on an effort to acquire a nuclear weapon for over 15 years. >> reporter: president obama set a four year goal to lock down nuclear material worldwide. with an estimated 3.5 million pounds of highly enriched uranium, it's a tough order. katherine brown, wjz eyewitness news. >>> now the obama administration is optimistic about this first step toward nuclear security. officials estimate that around the world, enough materials are stockpiled to build more than 100,000 nuclear weapons. >>> in new york's city china town, 13 residents and three firefig
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Jan 18, 2011 6:00pm EST
news with katie couric including how president obama will try to improve u.s. relation with china, plus slip-and-fall and fraud. why more people now than ever are trying to scam businesses and you're paying for it. >>> we'll take you to new york and the cbs evening news. we invite you to join us again tonight at 11:00 and ,, >> couric: tonight, they're looking to make a killing in the market. the supermarket. caught on tape, phony falls that wind up costing you a fortune. i'm katie couric. also tonight, baby doc taken in for questioning. after the ousted dictator's surprise return to haiti, he is hit with a string of corruption charges. pomp and difficult spaerngz china's president begins a visit to the u.s., at odds over everything from monetary policy to human rights. and the man behind the peace corps and much more. remembering sergeant shriver. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. we begin tonight with video that is simply stunning. you might even find it funny i
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May 3, 2012 6:00pm EDT
is at the center of an international dispute. c he fears for his family in china. tonight on the cbs evening news. >>> and here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a live look outside now. ended up nicely with plenty of sun. mainly enough to play a couple of rounds of tennis. meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are updating the forecast. through the weekend. let's start with tim. >>> it's going to be a gorgeous night. record temperatures will be a challenge. there will be a chance of widely scattered showers. temperatures start off in the 60s. we'll have a good bit of sunshine. temperatures getting up to near 90 degrees. forecast highs, 97. for the next five days, we send it in to bob. >>> after the threat. a shower or storm tomorrow. slight chance. drops to 80. and beautiful sunday, monday. mid-70s again. and a little warmer, partly cloudy. maybe late-day showers 78 on tuesday. denise? >> thank you, bob. still to come on eyewitness news tonight. terrell suggs heads to the sidelines with a serious injury. >>> we'll hear
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Jul 13, 2012 6:00pm EDT
say that about the uniforms they're wearing because the clothes are made in china. >> i am so upset that i think the olympic committee should be ashamed of themselves. i think they should be embarrassed. i think they should take all the uniforms, put them in a big pile and burn them and start all over again. >> reporter: fashion giant, ralph lauren, who is american, touts on his website tathey are the proud outfitters of team usa. but the logo was apparently outsourced to china. >> it's very disturbing because it completely could have been manufactured here in the united states. >> reporter: the u.s. olympic committee issued a statement but didn't directly address the controversy. others say critics need to be realistic. when companies are able to outsource, they are able to produce most competitively or attend to the costs. >> critics say the few olympic items for sale are pricey. >>> still to come tonight. a scare in the air. a flight forced to turn around at jfk. what was found. >>> six months later, the costa concordia cruise ship capsazzed off -- capsized off the coast of italy
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Apr 25, 2015 6:00am EDT
china restaurant nodular delivery drivers t hurts to know one is gone. >> it is sad. >> police say shortly before 11:00 thursday night delivering chinese food, to the 500 block of hill creek road. at some point during that delivery, 12 shots were fired everyone struck him in the arm attempt to escape, police say zang sped off, eventually losing control of his karat adams avenue. his car plowed through a fence striking a tree. the 49 year old was rushed to einstein hospital and pronounced dead. >> this is tough as you know i don't like that, especially, have driver, i told him be careful this business, relies on delivery service and says he's more afraid for his drivers, than ever before. >> i'm worried. driver, be careful. >> and weaver learned has family here in philadelphia, and in china as with any homicide in the city of philadelphia, there is a $20,000 reward for any information that leads to arrest and conviction for the people that did this. reporting from crescent ville steve patterson cbs-3 "eyewitness news" . >> handed out flyers at master, near where the little boy was k
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Aug 6, 2014 6:00am EDT
free, his leg. thankfully, wow. >>> remarkable story just in from china we are looking at rescuers pulling a 88 year-old woman out of the ruble from a deadly earthquake. she was trapped there for 50 hours and doctors say that she wasn't seriously hurt amazingly. overnight death toll from the quake rose to almost 609 people are still missing. >>> natasha, video from utah this morning. we are looking at a aftermath of the huge landslide that destroyed a home from salt lake city. pressure caused this house to crumble. two dozen other homes have been evacuated. now we are seeing time lapse video of the landslide as this massive wall of dirt cause that he is ground to give way. neighbors accuse developer, preparing lots at the the top of that hill for causing this mess. boy, that is something else, natasha. >>> people hawaii are getting ready for a double nature. many store shelves are empty as people stock up on supplies with a hurricane, and a tropical storm, both taking aim at the island. it is rare but not unheard of to have two storms so close together. hurricane is expect to weake
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Apr 29, 2010 6:00pm EDT
school in china, stabbing dozens of students. >>> a big summer like warmup this weekend. >> >> and here are the top stories on wjz.com at this hour. for updates on all the day's for ways to save. why not save on car insurance? [ coin drops ] [ high-pitched voice ] thanks. [ normal voice ] you're welcome. get a free quote at progressive.com. car owner: yeah, here she is. friend: it's uh . . . great. car owner: thanks. friend: yeah. car owner: doors would have been nice. friend: yeah. car owner: they weren't in my budget. friend: no biggie. car owner: hey, you want to hop in, go for a ride? friend: oh! be easy, right? car owner: yeah! carmax spokesperson: settling for less is not smart. what is smart is getting more car for your money at carmax. for the money you would spend on a stripped down new car, you could get a fully loaded guaranteed quality used car at carmax. now more than ever the smart choice is carmax. the way car buying should be. is southwest.com. we're not on travelocity. the only place. what's the other one? we're not on expedia. what about orbitz? no! southwest isn't on
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May 25, 2012 6:00pm EDT
a long shot. in all of the containers, inspectors check one from china, packed with steel coils and found one bug, the size of a fingernail. the tumbling flower beetle. >> we found the pest inside the container. it's what we call a hitch hiking pest. just went into the container and overseas, along for the ride. >> reporter: with no natural predators in the u.s., the invasive beetle is a threat. >> they can cause damage to agriculture crops, natural resources and the environment. >> reporter: to understand the importance of stopping this beetle, all have you to do is look at all of the other insects that manage to get in. >> reporter: in western maryland, hemlock trees, hundreds of years old, have to be injected with pesticide to kill another beetle from asia, before it kills the trees. then there's the asian stink bug, which arrived less than 10 years ago, and has caused millions of dollars of crop loss in maryland. last but not least, the emerald china ash borer. >> the potential damage? >> millions and millions of dollars. we estimate it could create as much as $277 million in ma
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Sep 9, 2009 6:00pm EDT
from china has skyrocketed in the past decade. scientists have seen a corresponding spike in invasive insects. some destroying millions of trees here in america. >>> now, a sharp-eyed worker in baltimore may have kept one bug out. >> reporter: our port brings in hundreds of millions in trade. but it's also brought in illegal aliens. outbreaks of tree-killing beetles are thought to have originated in ports from chicago, detroit and new york. baltimore may have just gotten very lucky. a shipping container from china was selected to be opened by customs agents. >> reporter: u.s. u.s. agent pulled it off at random. the shipping inspector noticed an unusual bug, caught it and turned it over to customs who had it analyzed. >> reporter: here it is. a long-horned beetle, called stenstenmolis. >> the number of containers that gets checked is actually very, very small. so this is like finding a needle in a hay stack. these guys should be given a medal. >> our trees and birds and bugs haven't evolved to fight. >> so it's welcome to america. once they get here, they're pretty happy. beca
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Jul 28, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. >>> and finally, we go to the world swimming championship in china, where for the second time during these championships. baltimore's michael phelps loses to ryan lockheed. he first lost to him in the 200 free style, losing to him today in the 200-meter individual medley. and he set a world record pile while doing so. phelps still has another event to swim in china. wrapping up the first day of training camp, a little ragged, some guys out of shape a little bit, especially the young guys. they were feeling the heat. back at it at 1:00. we'll be here to provide the coverage. >> they'll really feel the heat tomorrow. whew. thank you, mark. be right back ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> don't miss the cbs primetime lineup tonight at 10:00. it's the hit episode of the mentalist, followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. >>> talk about a filling lunch. dozens ever people banded together to craft this giant sandwich wednesday. where is this sandwich? each section of the 1400-pound snack had a different flavor and more than 70 ingredients went into the mix. fell a few lives short. >> the baguettes not seen h
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Apr 24, 2015 6:00pm EDT
people. >> there was less life on friday on rising sun avenue, people that know new china restaurant know their delivery drivers. it hurts to know one is gone. >> it is surprising because everybody knows him, he knows our order. we know what he wants. it is surprising and sad. >> reporter: police say shortly before 11:00 thursday night, the 49 year-old was delivering chinese food to the 500 block of hill creek road. at some point during that delivery 12 shots were fired one of them struck him in the arm. in an attempt to escape police say he sped off eventually losing control of his vehicle at bingham street and add a am avenue. his car plowed through a fence striking a tree. forty-nine year-old was rush to einstein hospital and pronounced dead, this is tough, as you know, it is bad i don't like that. especially i have driver here and i told him to be careful. >> reporter: business owner, shown here, owns a pizza a shop across the the street. the his business, like his competitors, realize on delivery services. re va says he is more afraid for his delivers than ever before
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Dec 3, 2016 6:00am EST
between an us president-elect and the leader of taiwan. move could anger china. it considers taiwan a renegade province. >> chris christie met with the president-elect, christy reportedly expressed interest in the job of republican national committee chairman, former un ambassador john bolten interviewed by the secretary of state job. it is the biggest post left unfilled in a president-elect cabinet. "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria love who have has inside look at the trump transition, from a local member of the team. >> when the election wrapped up, pennsylvania took on red few for the first time in nearly 30 years, deputy chair renee amoore was prepared to take a breath. >> i thought i could rest, and it didn't happen. following the election, she was asked to join president-elect donald trump's transition team, who so far is enjoying vice president elect mike pence's role in overseeing the mostly volunteer group. >> he's in the mix with the transition team, he's in charge of the whole team. so he has things flowing, and he is a a good asset for president-elect donald trump.
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Dec 19, 2011 6:00pm EST
state with few allies. china though has long been among them. in beijing today a foreign ministry spokesman praised kim's memory. >> he made important contributions to developing north korea's socialist cause and promoting good neighborly and cooperative relations between china and north korea. we believe the north korean people will definitely be able to turn sorrow into strength and remain united as one, to continuously push forward their socialist cause. >> brown: kim had ruled for 17 years, appearing in public with and sometimes sat rised outside the country for his hair-do, platform shoes and jump suits. he was said to have a taste for western films and cognac. but there was a very dark side. oppression of all dissent and, like his father, kim continued a military-first policy with 1.2 million troops under arms. north korea periodically showed off missile launches, including one even today. and kim's pursuit of nuclear weapons kept the world on edge, especially after 2006 when the north conducted the first of two underground test explosions. last year a conventional weapons c
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