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Jan 4, 2015 6:00am EST
a man with an unusual will talent is looking to poach the competition inside china we will tell but the the world record he is going after. >>> umbrellas today but you'll knee winter gear this week. carol will tell us discover brookside and discover an exciting combination of tastes. rich, dark chocolate covering soft centers. flavored with exotic fruit juices. it's chocolate and fruit flavors like you've never experienced before. discover brookside. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ if you want it ♪ ♪ go out and get it ♪ webuyanycar.com has helped thousands of people let go of all the hassle that comes with selling or trading in. we make selling your car truck or suv fast, safe and fair with three simple steps: one -- get your free online valuation. two -- drive to your local car-buying center. three -- walk out with a check in as little as thirty minutes. buying cars is all we do. all makes and models and no dealership pressure we'll even settle your loan or lease. so, don't wait. get your free online valuation now at webuyanycar.com. >>> in one of the hottest cases on have the spoking equipm
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Jun 29, 2014 6:00am EDT
the sand to create works of art. check this out. first ever sculpture contest in china more than 30 sculptures used sand water and their own imagination to capture essence of china's history. tourist viewed 50 different sculptures. pretty impressive. >>> still ahead on "eyewitness news" how your smart phone can help you in an emergency. >>> i'm kara suboy,cn.com, coming up three must down low app toss keep yourself safe in case of the male announcer: coand join oure wtraveling celebrational as the chesapeake campaign visits town festivals up and down our shores. visit starspangled200.com. presented by at&t. maryland. land of discovery. male announcer: during the 150th anniversary of the war between the states. order our civil war trails guides at visitmaryland.org and download our new civil war mobile app. maryland. land of history. >>> amateur radio operators were having a field day gathering in roxborough to show off their skills. pennsylvania is home to more than 25,000 licensed amateur radio operators, often calls hams. many provide backup communication for emergency responders.
CBS
Apr 5, 2015 6:00am EDT
a lot of attention on social media. you may have i seen it by now. lost and found in china. a new york city man loses his iphone ends up being tracking it all the way across the globe. now meeting the man who has his phone. we'll hear from them when we come back. your brain can send information to the rest of your body at 268 mph. three times the speed of a fastball. take care of your brain with centrum silver men. multivitamins with 20% more vitamin d. my heart beats 100,000 times a day sending oxygen to my muscles... again! ...so i can lift even the most demanding weights. take care of your heart with centrum silver men. multivitamins for the most important parts of you. >> hundreds gathered in rumania for mass pillow fight. all part of pillow fight day. ya, they have one of those t looks little chaotic but few rules, don't hit anybody who doesn't have a pillow for one and don't hit anybody with a camera. you got to take your pillow home, as well. can't leave it there. as for all of those feather i guess they're just hanging out. >> world war ii fighter play, footage of the prin
CBS
Nov 9, 2014 6:00am EST
new this morning, just as the freed americans touch us soil, president owe bomb a leaves for china for the summit. headed on week long chip. during three day visit to beijing, obama expected to spends several hours with chinese president and other foreign leaders. this will be the president's first visit to beijing since 2009. >>> well, president obama announces his pick for the next attorney general. lore eight lynch currently serves as the us attorney for the eastern district of new york. cbs news correspondent wendy gillette has her story from brooklyn, new york. >> let me introduce to you miss loretta lynch. >> president obama introduces the woman he wants to serve as attorney general. >> lore eight doesn't look to make headlines. she looks to make a difference. she's not about flash, she is about substance. >> loretta lynch would take over the job from eric holder who is stepping down. >> if i had the honor of being confirmed by the senate ill wake up every morning with a protection of the american people my first thought. >> eleven of lynch's monumental cases helping to prosecute
CBS
Nov 16, 2014 6:00am EST
and work together on strengthening maritime security as china becomes more assertive in the region. the president is calling his trip a strong week for american leadership saying progress was made in the areas of trade, climate change and the the fight against ebola epidemic in west africa. >>> and speaking of the ebola out break, we're told that another doctor who contracted ebola while working in sierra leon is being treated in the united states. surgeon martin salea is at a hospital in omaha, nebraska. cbs news correspondent danielle nottingham has the details. >> reporter: doctor martin salea landed in omaha saturday afternoon and then went by ambulance to nebraska medical center where he is under going treatment. the the 44 year old surgeon was working at a hospital in the ebola a zone in sierra leone's capitol have of free town but not with the patients. he started showing symptoms last week. a medical team in sierra leone say salea was critically ill when he left for the u.s. >> he said we should just keep calm and so far responding very well to treatment. >> reporter: he is
CBS
Aug 24, 2014 6:00am EDT
return to china. >>> that is it for "eyewitness news" at 6:00 here's what we have at 7:00. philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey is latest public figure to take the als ice bucket challenge. we will show you more of this video, plus tell you who he is calling out. >>> and a family gets a much more than what they bargained for at a popularize cream shop why a store manager is now apologizing and carol says it will be drying out today, her forecast when we come back. save you fifteen percent or huh, more on car insurance. everybody knows that. 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. >>> murder mystery developing now after a person is run over and shot, investigators spend much of the overnight searching for clues. >>> we're live with the latest details and new this morning a nasty one car crash, on one of the cities busiest most dangerous roadways. happening today, the the taney dragons return home from williamsport and we will tell y
CBS
Dec 7, 2014 6:00am EST
, nicole. >> well, some add news to report this morning. tragedy in china after a young boy dies when part of his house collapses during an earthquake. chinese state media say the nine year-old was killed after a 5.5 magnitude quake struck southwest china 22 or people were injured during the the quake which hit saturday evening in the rural area have of the province. >>> well, a monster typhoon makes land fall in the philippines knocking out power in many areas and sending more than 650,000 residents searching for shelter. at one point gusts reached about 106 miles an hour. the good news is there are no reports of fatalities or major damage. forecasters say the storm was not as bad as once predict. >>> on this day, 73 years ago history would be change forever, december 7th, 1941 a date which will live in infamy. thousands of in americans were killed and wounded in the surprise attack at pearl harbor. the day after franklin roosevelt delivered a powerful speech calling for congress to declare war on japan. that marked the united states entrance into world war two, pearl harbor survivor
CBS
Apr 26, 2015 6:00am EDT
country right now? >> the overriding issue of our time is management of our relationship with china. united states is super power we have a rising power. it many times in the history of the world when you had a situation like that, the result was war. we have to be careful and carefully manage that relationship. terrorism the turmoil in the middle east, are the more immediate problems. and also, here at home, the most and probably the most serious problem we have right now is finding a way to get the government working again getting washington working again. >> what kind of person do you think needs to be president to make that happen? it progress things on that end? >> you never know. you never know. but i am not one of these people who believes in the tides every history. dow believe individuals make a difference. >> so 50 years countless awards, i believe you recall living legend by the library of congress. what is next for you? >> i don't know. you know, i've always kinds of known what i have wanted to do, in kind of an abstract casino of way. but i've never tried to plan too mu
CBS
Nov 15, 2010 6:00am PST
mason street in china town. george wong jumped on the car stabbed the victim and ran away. a trail of blood lead investigators to a home where he was investigated the victim is listed in critical condition no word on a motive. >>> we could learn new information in the gang rape of a richmond high school student a preliminary hearing will learn if there is enough evidence against the seven suspects to proceed with a trial. the girl was assaulted at a home coming dance in october 2009. if convicted on all charges all but one could face life in prison. >>> it is 6:02 a.m. senator feinstein trying to help a nursing student in san francisco who faces deportation. steve lee he is a student at city college. who was supposed to be deported to his native peru today but now immigration and customs enforcement is holding off she asked them to hold off. he originally immigrated from china and has been denied political asylum. >>> facebook expected to launch a new e-mail service. mark sayer at the company's headquarters with more on that. good morning. >> interesting indeed juliette. good morning
CBS
Dec 9, 2010 6:00am PST
months ahead of schedule. bridge officials offered incentive to china to speed up production of steel parts. two pieces will arrive from china on sunday. >>> san jose might be the next city in the bay area to change the way it deals one licensed drivers and their cars. it's been a long-time policy for san jose police to have those cars impounded for 30 days. but the "mercury news" reports a new policy would allow the car to be picked up by a licensed driver and not held for a month. san francisco, oakland and berkeley have already made similar changes. >>> an east bay woman is in critical condition this morning after being crushed by a car. pittsburg police say she tried to do a quick repair lifting the car on a jack when it fell on her. her 12-year-old son was in the car at the time. we are told she did this type of repair before. >>> some experts say pg&e should change the way it inspects natural gas pipeline. the utility's inspections failed to find problems with the pipeline that blew up in san bruno. some experts in tuesday's legislative hearing suggest more complex testing metho
CBS
Jul 13, 2012 6:00am PDT
china. some lawmakers are steamed about that as the u.s. textile industry is struggling >> i'm so upset that i think the olympic committee should be ashamed of themselves. i think they should be embarrassed and take all the uniforms and burn them. >> the uniforms were manufactured in china but they were designed by american company of ralph lauren. we want to ask you this, what you think about uniforms being made in china? marge says what part of made in america does the committee not get? shame on them. share your thoughts with us on facebook or twitter or e-mail us. >> the play of the day comes from golf. steve is on a par-4 hole. >> it goes right in the cup >> that is a great shot earning him today's play of the day. giants hosting the astros today. >> taking part to the oakland airport will soon get a lot easier. >> feeling a little superstitious, we will go live to the bay area's mos,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> today, watch out for black cats and broken mirrors >> head down to san jose for a spooky tribute. joining us is lindsey huffman at the winchester mystery house. i guess
CBS
May 4, 2012 6:00am PDT
the u.s. and china reportedly have agreed on the outlines of a deal that would send a dissident to america he says he wants to leave china with his family today the chinese foreign ministry said he can apply to go abroad to study and the state department's says he has already been offered a polish debt by an american university. members are set to get elected to a lecture today defense secretary leon panetta will speak to soldiers at fort benning georgia who is expected to remind them that they represented the american people and must live up to military standards its response to bad behavior that angered many people afghanistan is 611 presidential, to make affordable higher education a key issue in his reelection campaign and today his plan to take that message to a high-school the president will speak with students and some of the parents at arlington va. he was a bill passed to keep federal subsidized student loans at their current rates as of right now those rates will double on july the first the president's likely republican challenger is said to me today with another primary
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Aug 8, 2011 6:00am PDT
exchanges in south korea and in china. each closed down 3.8%. and meantime, japan's nikeii and hong kong heck seng both fell about 2.2%. here in the u.s., the dow and s&p futures fell an average of 2%. signaling a sharply lower open. this follow the u.s. market's worst wake since 2008. some market analysts say had is just the initial shock and that the downgrade will not hurt the numbers in the long run. >> the good news about the downgrade, if you can see any good news in it, is that it will focus the mind, of policy makers to deal with the long term problems. >> as for the major markets in europe, they fell less than 1% today. and investors there were calmed down a bit by a pledge from the european central bank. to support the unstable bonds of italy and spain. but after early gains, european markets slipped a bit again. so a lot of people are looking to see that big board in less than a half hour. >> grace? >> let's hope he is right about the long-term effects there. stephanie trong in the newsroom, thank you. >>> 6:02. oakland police are searching for a driver who led them on a
CBS
Oct 5, 2010 6:00am PDT
and shipped jobs to china. china. india. russia. poland. i know precisely why those jobs go. [ male announcer ] because fiorina shipped them there. to shanghai instead of san jose. bangalore instead of burbank. proudly stamping her products "made in china." 30,000 workers gone while fiorina took $100 million for herself. carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer, and i approved this message. >>> later on today berkeley expecting 66 degrees with partly sunny skies. san leandro, a mix of sun and clouds, temperatures at 70. 73 in danville and 74 in antioch with a mix of sun and clouds for both locations. more bay area cities and more cool temperatures in just a few moments. >>> 6:24. banning toys from some fast food meals is another step closer to reality in san francisco. the proposal was approved by a supervisors committee yesterday on a 3-0 vote. it would allow toys to be put in with fast food meals only if those meals include fruits and vegetables. those meals must not include excessive amounts of calories, sodium, fat and sugar. a simila
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Oct 22, 2010 6:00am PDT
continuing to pressure china inletting the yuan float higher against the dollar as we struggle to compete against cheaper chinese dollars also trying to get other countries to keep balances in line. china has a big surplus, the u.s. a big deficit. finance ministers are opposed to that. back to you. >> thank you. jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com happy friday. >>> 6:49, president obama wrapping up his visit in the bay area. he is leaving for los angeles later this morning. >> and with more on his visit and its impact here is political insider phil matier joined by willie brown. good morning to you, gentlemen. >> good morning. that is quite an interesting little thing here the president coming to town. what i love about this story, it happens every time he or bill clinton comes is the price tags for the dinner. $30,000, $400 per person. if you have major money you put your own commercial out for the president or the democratic party. if you are a really big donor or union or something like that. what kind of person spends $30,000 for a photo op and a little piece of chick
CBS
Dec 27, 2012 6:00am PST
allegedly hitting four members of a family from china and then leaving the scene. one of the victims ended up dying at the hospital. eunice is expected to enter a plea in court next week. >> hoping to become a police officer, studying criminal justice. >> we are very concerned about the use of alcohol and driving and especially during the holiday season, when there's so many people who are attending parties. >> her lawyer says eunice was about to graduate from college and wanted to be a police officer. now she is in jail with bail set at $2 million. >>> 6:03. how about a check of traffic and weather. and she does it all here at kpix. >> i want to show you our new cameras. it's cool stuff. you can see this gorgeous view of the bay bridge. yeah, it is pretty much clear for the most part. we have some areas of patchy valley fog but look at that. isn't that a gorgeous shot? you can see the embarcadero in san francisco. so it is a little cool outside even though we have a nice dry break coming throughout the day today. once again no need for any umbrellas. but a jacket probably a good ide
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Feb 7, 2012 6:00am PST
cereals flags as the motorcade passed by just two days after russia and china vetoed a u.n. resolution to pressure syria. >>> a pair of women from the bay area is heading home today after being abducted for several hours in egypt. norma of union city and patty of los gatos were kidnapped on friday by tribesmen on the sinai peninsula. they let them go later that day. the women say they were treated weather. the kidnappers apparently are seek the release two of come rats who are accused of deal drugs. >>> 6:06. >> guard your gym bag. >> how a bay area thief is ripping people off while they're work out. >>> also ahead, protestors versus protestors. a new group trying to silence "occupy oakland." >>> with several states competing today in gop races, can mitt romney extend his front-runner status? i'm susan mcginnis in washington. coming up, an unexpected challenge from another candidate. >>> welcome back. slick roads, wind advisory, trees down, power outages. just some of what we got to deal with for the start of our morning commute. we'll have all your traffic details and where it's the s
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Mar 10, 2011 6:00am PST
dropping this morning, coming from overseas. china turned in a surprising trade deficit in february of over $7 billion. and that's got some worries that that will lessen the incentive for china to loosen its currency against the dollar. that's something the white house has been pressing for. china less likely to do that if it's seeing that it's starting to lose money, it's also having to pay more for oil. also, moody's downgraded spain's credit rating so that has the dollar trading higher against the euro, bad news for u.s. exporters. adding up to a rough day on wall street. right now dow down 160, nasdaq down 42, s&p is off by 18. going to be another roller coaster kind of day. >> tough sled there. only open 19 minutes. >> reporter: we have several hours to go, maybe it little prove. but not looking good at the moment. >> all right. jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com, thank you. >>> and time now is 6:49. time for a look at what's coming up later this morning on "the early show." >> and we do that with our good friend chris wragge who joins us nice and bright and early alt
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Aug 10, 2012 6:00am PDT
again. the stock market is falling further into the red today. were concerned over china reporting weaker trade growth in the month of june amid other reports that retail sales were down. china is not the white hot economy that it once was. nasdaq is down by 13 and s and p is off by 6. india topped expectations and chairs look pretty good but right now they are falling. >> it is 61, more job hunters are expected at targets for san francisco location today. the job fair starts at 11:00 this morning. job-seekers are encouraged to apply online in advance before you show up. oakland's real estate market is heating up in a big way. the city has 65% fewer homes on the market than it did last year at this time. oakland is fairing much better than here in san francisco >> what is happening right now is priced ones are getting out of a lot of people's reach so they're looking across the bay to come in to live and work and play. >> lowest mortgage interest rates in decades and are also hoping eloquent sell a lot of homes. >> you really should not get drunk at an airport. in norwegian man lea
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Dec 13, 2010 6:00am PST
news out of china. >> reporter: asian markets got a boost after china decided against raising interest rates nikkei rose 10%, hang seng rose a full%. this is the last full week of trading before the new year. nasdaq gained 21 to close at a 3 year high green monday traditionally one of the biggest days of the online shopping season expect consumers to spend a billion dollars today alone today is expected to be the busiest day for shippers nationwide many consumer advocates say don't be fooled discounted deals should be available after today the best time to shop for bargains is the week after christmas. >>> super market chain amp has filed for bankruptcy once the nations biggest grocer. great atlantic and pacific tea company filed for chapter 11 as it struggles with enormous debt and competition. all 395 stores in the northeast are expected to stay open. >>> economists predict rates on fixed mortgages will move higher next year the average rate jumped to a six month high last week although mortgage rates are expected to remain below 5% for some time higher rates go the more una
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Jan 3, 2011 6:00am PST
: this morning kwan and her supporters will walk from china town to her swearing in at the fox theatre it will start at 8:30 a.m. and retrace significant spots in her personal journey the walk ends at the fox theatre where new members of city council, school board and city auditor will be sworn in at 11:00 a.m. kwan says her first order of business, will happen tomorrow morning. she is going to attend the first police line up of the oakland police department tomorrow, start to open the conversation about crime, tackling crime and how to do it with fewer police officers. first the swearing in ceremony this morning 11:00 a.m., doors open at the fox theatre at 10, and it is first come first served. >> she has a lot to tackle. sharon chin live for us in oakland. thank you. >>> 6:06 a.m. weather and traffic tracy is the sun going the come out today? >> yeah, the sun will come out and we are also expecting sunshine to be with us for most of the workweek. for this morning as you head out the door, plenty of clouds, temperatures a little chilly especially san the rosa. 36 degrees. cold
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May 16, 2011 6:00am PDT
partner in china brewing up. >> here is jason brooks. good morning. >>> good morning sydnie and frank a joint statement coming from yahoo! and alibaba the e commerce giant in china that yahoo! own as 43% stake saying they are committed to resolving differences after the revelation last week that yahoo!'s ownership stake in ali pay was transferred to the ceo of alibaba raising all sorts of investor questions about yahoo!'s investment in alibab and whether or not that could be diluted overtime it is worth $10 billion half of yahoo!'s market cap right now. yahoo! stock took it on the chin last week after that came down. lost more than 10% of its value during that time they are seemingly caught unawares by all this although alibab said it warned yahoo! well in advance this was going to happen. we will see what happens and whether or not they can resolve differences and what what means. a lot at stake going on in europe par lick lairly with the debt -- particularly with the debt crisis after the arrest over the weekend of the managing director of the international monetary fund. the imf is a
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Apr 2, 2012 6:00am PDT
. jane hichens and nick buerhle of england, part of a sailing trip from china to san fransisco. there were 400 mi. away when a wave slammed into their boat. western australia, taking everything not tied down. they are expected back sometime this afternoon. they receive medical treatment from coast guard crews and their only part of the crew. the remainder of the crew is using a pack of steering system to sail back here to the bay area. there's a good ending to this rough journey. >> a passenger airplane crash this morning in a russian region of siberia killing 31 people on board. the twin engine turbo prop took went down in a snowy field. the survivors are hospitalized in serious condition. at this point it is not clear what may have caused that crash. >> an officer involved shooting under investigation in san jose. police were called to a robbery alarm at richards bar oat 8:30 p.m. last night. it is not clear why the officer fired his weapon. occupy san fransisco protesters targeting vacant buildings. yesterday 100 activist took up residence in a vacant two-story building. ins
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Aug 6, 2010 6:00am PDT
wasn't what was hoped for. >>> apple is looking to buy an online game company called hand scene in china. apple never bought a company in china. it's currently got two stores in beijing and shanghai, hopes to open two dozen in the nex year and a half. apple has $46 billion in cash more than any other tech company out there. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com have a good weekend. >> you, too. >>> it is 6:50. and for the first time, social security is in the red. this year and next year, it's projected to pay out more in benefits than it collects in taxes. that's largely because so many people are unemployed and not contributing payments. the entire social security fund is expected to be exhausted by 2037. >>> the summer weather in the bay area a lot cooler than usual. some summer camps are even keeping youngsters out of the pools. and that must be some agony. which leads us to our question of the do you wish the weather would warm up? karen says, it has been nice. perfect weather for getting out and doing things rather than being stuck inside because it is too mise
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Jul 2, 2012 6:00am PDT
ipad in china saddling a case with a technology company over trademark of the name, they will pay $60 million. apple already show that it had the paperwork that it bought the rights to the name from a subsidiary in taiwan but the courts had been leading towards action so they small deep chill of $60 million. apple revenue in china was masses in the first quarter, making up 20 percent over all of apple revenue and the ipad is a hot sellers of the $60 million was well worth it for them to get that out of the way and also facebook says that it will remain on the nasdaq despite the bumble ipo, a lot of technical glitches, the nasdaq in its that was a big problem, they will set aside $40 million to settle with investors that lost money because of those glitches. facebook thought about leaving the nasdaq said that might cause more confusion and undermine the confidence in the stock so it will stay on the nasdaq. wall street coming off its second-best session of the year. the dow gained 277 points on the news that europe is sporting modest gains. nasdaq gaining 10 and the s&p up by three. ba
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Mar 20, 2012 6:00am PDT
. china and chinese language to the is it their " striving to be better and smarter but we do and do our own way. financial terms were not disclosed. a tribute to our the bay area's most popular sport stars turned ugly at oracle. the fans turned on the new owner of the warriors since he was paying tribute to chris mullin last night. me speak of warriors history and there is no one. >>> the whole lot of polling going on there so the crowd cheered when montreal's last week is that intel the fans no. 17 jersey was retired during the ceremony at halftime. i think it went like this story but manning sweepstakes just about over. >>> the former colts qb wants to the denver. >>> at denver. he's negotiating the final terms of the contract terms of the deal was supposedly in the neighborhood of $95 million over five years. that's all you make right? the niners in towns were also in the running if and when assigning becomes official the broncos are expected to shop around to tim's cboe have to tell a being from denver it's great that the man is coming but it's going to be sad to see to build up
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May 7, 2012 6:00am PDT
yemen back in 2003. >> the chinese activist that sparked a diplomatic dispute between china and the united states says that he is confident that china will follow through with a tentative deal to let him study overseas. he says that he has entrusted hospital staff to help impanel a paperwork for him and his family to obtain travel documents. he is blind and managed to escape house arrest by authorities in his rural home town. more than one week ago. a new era in france with the election of a socialist leader. the president-elect is urging national unity after a bitter campaign against incumbent. in his victory speech he rallied against austerity measures and urged national unity after a bitter campaign. president obama called him to congratulate him. in the stock market, apparently nervous about the election results from france. futures trading down this morning. following the lead of global markets in asia, japan fell nearly 3%. a tough stayed there, closing at its lowest in three months. other asian markets also took substantial drops. keep an eye on the market hist. >> facebook k
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Jun 6, 2011 6:00am PDT
in its product. google continues with huge problems in china. that country's main communist newspaper blasting the company today over the latest allegations of its email being hacked in china. they say google is making the claims based on political motivation. >>> airlines have been ramping up fairs this year because of higher fuel prices but despite that the international air transport association says profits could drop to $4 billion this year compared to $18 billion last year. higher fuel prices, natural disasters and all sorts of political unrest in north africa in the middle east is being blamed for that. >>> stock market riding a nasty losing streak right now. overall the past five weeks and the pass three sessions hard off bad jobs news. the dow down by 31. nasdaq down a fraction. >> thank you, kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks. >>> apple's ceo steve jobs taking center stage. he is going to be headlining a major event for the company in san francisco. what can we expect? we brought in the experts. cnet editor at large brian cooley joins us now with a sneak preview
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Nov 19, 2010 6:00am PST
necessary to stimulate the economy. s are taking shots at china -- also taking shots at china for its currency policy saying by devaluing its currency it will hurt the global economy in the long run. after huge gains in wall street led by gm's successful ipo, market pulling back this morning, dow down 35, nasdaq down 9, s&p, sydnie, is down by 5 points. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. >>> 6:4. the rights of a college education just got -- the price of a college education just got more expensive in california the board of regents approving an 8% hike. we are talking about a little more than $800 for these students. so to make sense of it all, cbs 5 political insider phil matier has brought in a uc regent part of the decision. >> reporter: you must be popular these days. >> depends who you ask. popular with some, not popular with others. >> reporter: the tuition fee, how much were you paying when you went. to school? >> $1,000 a sesame's messster. >> reporter: now it's a little over $6,000 a semester. that doesn't including anything else. why the increase
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Dec 20, 2010 6:00am PST
zuckerberg in china today touring the offices of that country's top search engine meeting with the ceo of bidu but it's not clear what they discussed. neighborhoods remains blocked on mainland china and most people there aren't familiar with the social networking site but they are aware that zuckerberg is "time" magazine's 2010 man of the year. >>> well, it's arguably the most famous purse in the world. we're talking about the handbag used by in woman to hit a gunman at a florida school board meeting last week. the handbag is going on ebay. school board member ginger littleton used it to whack the gunman's arm. she wasn't able to disarm him but the purse became a hit. the auction ends wednesday. proceeds will go to charity. >>> whatever, juliette. >> i wanted you to right that. >> it's most annoying word in the english language for the second year in a row. not whatever juliette. just whatever. [ laughter ] okay? please. >> more than 1,000 americans were polled in the marist survey. results show 39% think "whatever" sydnie is the most annoying english world. the runners up were "like" wit
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Aug 16, 2010 6:00am PDT
saw china overtake japan as the world's second biggest economy. they have gone back and forth over the past couple of years. but with china's growth right now with 10% annual clip it looks to hang on to that number 2 ranking for some time to come. looking at wall street, dow lower by about 30 points. nasdaq just turned positive it's up by 1, s&p right now john and juliette is down by 3. >> very good. thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. >>> sylvester stallone still making a lot of money at the movies. . >> drop your guns! >> i'll take the four on the left. >> i'll take the two on the right and leave the rest alone. >> stallone is one of the stars of this weekend's number one movie the expendables. it's about a group of mercenaries hired to overthrow a ruthless dictator in south america. governor arnold schwarzenegger also had a cameo appearance. "the expendables" taking in $35 million during its first weekend. it actually beat out one of my favorites. "eat, pray, love." is that it? >> you know you read the book. >> julia roberts. and the other guy slipped from first
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Jan 7, 2011 6:00am PST
was my dpw director. ed lee is my friend. he has traveled to china. he is as qualified -- this is the situation, phil -- >> i understand that when you were china, he had to drink the toast? >> you always have to have -- >> he was the designated drinker. he was my qualified drinker because alcohol didn't affect him. >> so once again you got the inside track at city hall? >> no, i don't have. i do not have the inside track. ed lee is not the kind of person that you can get the inside track on. he is actually a guy you would hire to do the job rather than elect. and that's what you should do when you're appointing somebody you can get qualified persons. >> america's cup coming to san francisco? i see a picture of you with larry ellison, gavin newsom all there. my question is, what you were saying to them? >> we were discussing their wearing apparel and mine. >> and your comment? >> you need to improve. [ laughter ] >> now, are you going to be -- will you -- are you a sailor? >> are you kidding me, no, i'm not. but one of the most wonderful things about this america's cup is you can in th
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Jul 22, 2010 6:00am PDT
china. just get a dog and paint him the way you want. >> okay, dogs. you've been warned. if your owner comes towards you -- look at this giant panda. >> 3,000 stylist in china who do this kind of work. you get the foam back. [ laughter ] >> that's a good one. >> wow, never seen a panda do that. >> oh, my. >> but this costs up to $640 u.s. >> wow. >> that looks like jacques. >> a little. >> was she pushing that dog -- >> was that a martian? >> eyelashes? >> there is really something wrong with pet owners there. >> they have a lot of money these days. >>> got a story idea or comment you would like to share with us? email brian@cbs5.com. tell us what's going on in your neighborhood at mornings@cbs5.com. >> mike is
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May 21, 2012 6:00am PDT
bump on friday. first reports coming down, and today is pulling back surprisingly at about 2%. in china finally got approval in regards to its billion dollar debt deal to buy motorola. on the other side of the equation here of wants google to come up with some answers to alleviate some concerns and surrounding antitrust problems. the stock still in and with europe for the past cute weeks, it lot of pressure. so far the dow is up by 39 points. nasdaq is up by the floor. and they stood is down 12%. >>> it's one thing the step up for a good cause but the bring your employees to fight along the good fight. >>> all's quiet outside partners mortgage. >>> it's amazing. >>> 52 ceo challenge his employes to give it to. so he teamed up with the leukemia and lymphoma a society. the employees to duck the gifted and by cancer. >>> we've seen work improved. it and just overall mood when people work together. his wife died from acute leukemia. he now is on nurses wyeth trying to a fight the good fight. >>> >>> they usually come after the good. >>> and to open and up to us is amazing. >>> the group has
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May 31, 2012 6:00am PDT
u.s. would take part in any military action in syria to says russia and china pressure is mounting on syrian president bush rsi to implement united nations peace plan and halt attacks on civilians in a shooting spree least five people that wanted to and our to death yesterday of a fatally shooting four people investigators say he later killed a woman during a carjacking before turning the gun on himself the recognize the gunman as someone good cause trouble therefore love the man charged with the attack late on giants fan brian stocks at dodger stadium and then he was involved and emission and all occur missed a day after he was arrested for the beating the product cellphone he called his mother in it was recorded. >>> who a was arrested for the princeton be a thing. i was involved. i was. today the court is expected year from witnesses to the attack. oakland raider player is expected to plead not guilty this timidity why it and you're pulled over by police will driving the lower deck of the bay bridge raiders wide receiver is disappearing in court sometime today. onetime football pro
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Sep 1, 2010 6:00am PDT
lot higher mainly based off better economic news out of china and australia indicating that perhaps the global slowdown is not quite as bad as what we're seeing here in the united states. the dow up by 112. nasdaq up 28. s&p higher by 13. >>> a lot of wheeling and dealing going on. reports that burger king could be up for sale in talks with some private equity firms. burger king has a market cap of about $2.2 billion went public in 2006 but it's been struggling lately sales down over 2% in the last fiscal year. and today we'll find out if dell comes back to the table and ups its bid over hp's $2 billion offer for fremont data storage company 3par. >> when are they going to stop doing this is that when are they going to pull the trigger? >> you mean the bidding? >> yeah. >> they have three days before 3par's board can formally accept hp's offer. a lot of analyst believe that dell will come back to the table. hp's current offer is almost $1 billion more than where dell started out. >> wow. >> both companies really want cloud storage capabilities. >> thank you very much, jason brooks w
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Apr 11, 2012 6:00am PDT
their rough stretches about ends and has some worries on the global economy china's insurance number of signs of weakening european debt crisis. not expected to be all that race. that its profit came a lot better than expected. when analysts were expected a loss as a result he shares up about 7% final that is in the markets and nice jews in the early going let's take a live the big board right now the dow was up by 90 palance and loss 213 yesterday and as and give me 24 points back cover for 3000 in the s&p is moving higher by 12. chevron it is down a little there right now but did give an earlier lifted the san ramon cook county says that is first quarter profits will be better than expected in and reports later this month did not give an exact figure but analysts are expecting a profit and he guessed it one of the big reasons for that is higher oil prices which have simply surged during the first quarter in a given up this morning nokia is warning its first quarter profits are going to be worse than expected net he is the latest please stop by and joe egg based was devices and of c
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Aug 6, 2012 6:00am PDT
brush with death for a four year-old girl who had been left home alone in china. she was staying in mid-air on friday after her head got stuck in the rails of the balcony. one neighbor used a bar of ladder to support the little girl until police finally arrived. the girl had minor injuries, a very lucky young lady. lightning is to blame for the deaths of two people after a nascar race in pennsylvania. one of the victims was struck in a parking lot and another died later at a hospital. eight others were injured. the race was already ended early because of the storm. several lightning sparked wild fires in northern california. small fires reported in several counties. shasta fire says the only fire still active is southeast of pole pines and as burned to over 20 a. and is over 30 percent contained. a controversial program to pets and the homeless starts today. the plan would be to pay people for public housing for dogs the that would otherwise be put to sleep. the program director does not agree that it is putting the homeless in the pets at risk. a plan to offer renewable injury will cos
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Jun 13, 2012 6:00am PDT
autographs. >>> he is born in china and live there for a few years before moving to the u.s. he says he grew up watching tiger and now he's playing with him. >>> he came here when his then went right to golf academy last four years and you should see a swing his something else. tirolese 641 now consumers in a shopping drought what happened for the first time in two years. did waves used in the movie transformer's now comes the bride and three the will tell you all about the bay area connection, and the technology behind the right, now. in the market is opened up not looking too good so far will that,, weather? >>> always ready for weather. big changes. the drizzle showing up along the coastline this morning very damp out to the beaches have been delays and as a fall of an hour and 20 minutes past the five extended to the ban makes his way into the valley of the mostly clear by the afternoon will still find plenty of sunshine but much cooler temperatures outside '70s and side mid-80s on the warm end up with it goes to the 20 cool pettifogging a mixture sunshine all along and temperatures
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Jul 11, 2012 6:00am PDT
recession that grips europe and also increasing signs of a slowing economy in china to be more in today's expected to announce on friday that it's already lost $5 billion in the second quarter things to those risky trades that went back and belly up to the company and now j.p. morgan chase reportedly will try to claw back some of that money from those executives who led this risky trades helping to get back millions of dollars obviously just a drop in the bucket american airlines is come into bankruptcy in the airline inch in merging with another son of the targets include jet blue virgin america and alaska seeing a lot of consolidation by united and continental and delta northwesterly to is to get their markets will be once again the dow losing nasdaq down by seven that desperate turn positive by a fraction. jason brooks insidious my watch out,. >>> 649 homeowners in california are about to get a little more protection today the governor plans to sign a california homeowner bill of rights of tibetan o'clock this morning in l.a. and in this afternoon he is heading our way. recover from th
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Apr 4, 2012 6:00am PDT
china and found a better survival rates among women who ate certain vegetables including cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and brussels sprouts. researchers say those foods have compounds that are good for fighting cancer. and there is evidence that caffeine and exercise may protect against skin cancer. researchers gave mice a dose of caffeine and had them exercise on a running we'll to read those mice experienced 62 percent fewer skin tumors. doctors hope those findings can eventually be applied to humans. >> there is a race to save the $2 million sailboat burning in malibu.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> check out this amazing video off of the malibu coast, that is a $2 million boat up in flames. luckily no one was hurt last night when the 65 ft. boat caught fire. it took firefighters and the coast guard and our to put out the flames but unfortunately the boat did sink. because of the fire is unknown. a got battered by a monstrous wave during and around the world race could be repaired in time to get back into that race. to remembers injured in that accident and had to be rescued by the co
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Apr 13, 2012 6:00am PDT
of china of weakening growth is a concern for the global economy that is short circuit in with a two day rally on wall street's best gains yesterday in over a month the dow's loss of life and do on the nasdaq is down the snb giving up 4.5 you guys. jason think so much lower up in this morning's rain causes in time for today's san francisco giants' home opener we sure are crews are putting the finishing touches a racine debark before this afternoon's first pitch is a senior vice presidents for the giants and in a lot of rain is ready. good morning it was raining earlier i woke up and he more the bay bridge and is the blue skies so we're very positive. i think something everyone wants to know is who is going to drop brought the first pitch today. did waves will is have those always of few surprises just to keep you off balance. >>> rumor has it that brine so was passed to be there but it was a feeling up to its cell he will hopefully come back sometime this summer. >>> plan still was invited to the first pitch out but he was not able to today his family has an open invitation to be whe
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Mar 21, 2011 6:00am PDT
long feuds between the search engine and china. >> reporter: over the last couple of weeks g mail users in china have reported problems using their google services. they can log into their accounts but once they are in they can't send an e-mail and can't access their address book. you can get in but wow can't do much more than that. google has taken a look at there and come out with their report today. they say the problem isn't on our end. the technology is fine. the services are working fine. that this is a quote, a government blockage carefully designed to look like the problem is with g mail. google is saying the chinese government is interfering with the g mail services. last year you may remember that google moved its servers out of china and also agreed to stop self-censoring search results for its chinese based operations after the company came under cyber attack by chinese hackers or hackers that were based in china. these recent democratic demonstrations have been blocked from social networking sites in china. now g mail has come under attack. google says the latest is t
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Aug 11, 2010 6:00am PDT
. nasdaq lower by 53. s&p down by 22. also some signals from england, japan and china that they too are seeing economic growth slow down, as well. u.s. trade deficit rose to about $50 billion. and that's the highest it's been in 20 months. we saw a big rise in imports of 3% to $200 billion. there is some good news in there. consumers are still buying things a lot of that coming from mobile devices and appliances. but exports dropped 1.6% to $150 billion. big declines in u.s. computer and telecom sales. that does not bode well for the silicon valley. we got a report out of a wall street analyst yesterday that said that supply chain orders for computer parts are dropping going into august and that was a downgrade for intel and other chipmakers as well. intel, advanced microdevices, nvidia, all saw their shares plummet yesterday. everybody is continuing to slip this morning. the european union says it's going to join the federal trade commission in investigating apple's practices of requiring its software developers to use only apple products when making apps for apple device. the develope
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Sep 7, 2010 6:00am PDT
japan, south korea and china. it aims to promote california products and secure more business for companies in the state. the governor plans to ride high- speed rail systems in all three countries and then visit a company that's making partings for the bay bridge project. that group planning to leave thursday. >>> who thinks bart is loud? there was a "san francisco chronicle" reporter that surveyed all 208 miles of the bart rails, took a sound meter along with him. noise levels at 23 locations were so high they can cause hearing loss over a long period of time. so we went out and asked bart riders our question of the day. do you think it's too noisy on bart trains? >> some places it's just unbearable. you have to have some type of hearing protection. >> it's the most annoying screeching high pitched whistling you could imagine. imagine a lot of steel running through a tunnel. high speed. >> what are like the noisiest parts? >> uhm, probably when they are going the fastest and they are going under the tunnel, you hear the wind wrapping through all the doors. it gets loud sometimes.
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Oct 5, 2012 6:00am PDT
southwest china. one person is still reported missing. the students were in class during a public holiday yesterday to make up for classes missed during recent earthquakes. at least 80 people were killed in those quakes. >>> a moraga teen's quest to become an eagle scout appears to be over since he told his family his friends and a boy scout counselor that he is gay. the high school senior completed his final project just last month. it was an anti-bullying wall he helped create at his old middle school in moraga. but his troop refuses to sign off on his eagle badge. >> there was an opportunity for our students to participate in the making a permanent mural that would promote that idea of tolerance and acceptance for all our students. each tile has a different message about respecting all differences. it's a very positive message to promote. >> more than 1220,000 people have signed an online petition -- more than 120,000 people have signed an online petition to urge them not to deny the award. the boy scouts said, "he does not agree to the scouting's principal of duty to god and does not
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Nov 29, 2011 6:00am PST
of the knockoff merchandise was made in china and other overseas locations. >>> the iphone is one of apple's hottest items. we all know that. but this is not what anyone had in mind. an australian airline says a passenger's iphone similar to this one start smoking glowing red and then melted during a flight. a flight attendant had to douse the phone with a fire extinguisher. australian aviation officials are looking into what happened but there is no indication that this ever happened to any other iphone. amazing. >> i use mine so much. i'm kind of surprised it hasn't gone up in flames. [ laughter ] >>> 6:27. coming up, facebook is inching closer to going public. how soon you can get a piece of the social network. coming up. >>> and a bombshell announcement from american airlines. the sudden move to file for bankruptcy and what this means for passengers. >>> the filming of a rap music video leaves one baby shot in the head. the chilling surveillance video you have to see coming up. >>> and dense fog blanketing the bay area this morning. what these pea soup conditions mean for your co
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Jan 27, 2011 6:00am PST
wants limbaugh to apologize for imitating the speech of china's president. >>> authorities are still searching for a 4-year-old boy in a stanislaus canal. juliani cardenas has been missing for 9 days. now divers are suspending their under water search having already pulled out eleven vehicles that don't belong to the kidnapping suspect. >>> congresswoman gabrielle giffords is already making progress in rehab in houston. it's her first day in the center after leaving intensive care. she has begun both physical and speech therapy. doctors say she will soon get a speaking valve for her tracheotomy to help her communicate. >>> the color terror alert system is about to become a memory for americans. homeland security secretary will announce the system will be gone by the end of april. they will continue to issue public warnings with more specific information. >>> social security is on life support. congressional budget experts project that program will run a deficit every year until its trust funds are totally gone in 2037. this year alone, social security will collect about $45 billion l
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Sep 24, 2010 6:00am PDT
china. and while californians lost their jobs, fiorina tripled her salary. bought a million dollar yacht. and five corporate jets. i'm proud of what i did at hp. [ male announcer ] carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. come on in, and i'll give you a free quote. quote and compare in about 8 minutes. now, that's progressive. call or click today. has executed a woman. has executed a woman. >>> good morning. troubles in vallejo. details on that coming up in just a few minutes. >>> okay. thank yo. >> virginia has executed an inmate. she was put to death by lethal injection last night. the 41-year-old woman was found guilty of arranging to have two men kill her husband and stepson. the motive a $250,000 life insurance payment. lewis' lawyer said she was borderline mentally disabled. there were more than 7,000 appeals to stop her execution. >>> a federal judge is expected to announce today whether california can execute convicted killer albert brown. officials at san quentin say the state's refurbished death cham
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Dec 12, 2012 6:00am PST
east china sea. and a thirst part fell into the pacific ocean -- a third part fell into the pacific ocean east of the philippines. >>> millionaire fugitive john mcafee is released from a detention center. he was taken into custody last week after sneaking into guatemala from belize where he is wanted in connection with a murder. a guatemalan judge gave mcafee 10 days to get his immigration situation order is out. >> hope he is writing a book while he is going through all this. >> so bizarre. >> i would read it. strange, strange. >>> how about some traffic now at 6:14? liz, it's all yours. >> thank you. let's go towards the bay bridge. we are just getting word of a new accident just past the pay gates. the metering lights are on. so you can see delays now as far back as probably towards the 880 overcrossing now. and then we also have that accident past the toll plaza so delays towards treasure island up the incline. they are working to clear it but we have a good sized wait toward san francisco from the east bay. elsewhere speaking of the east bay, let's check the san ramon valley. a
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