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CBS
Jun 25, 2017 7:00am EDT
as authorities in china desperately hope to find signs of life after a massive landslide there, we have got updated numbers on the victims >>> then we will check out l.a.'s new sky scraper, tallest now west of the miss city, find out how california 's landscape inspired this look when we come right back. ♪ >>> authorities in china recovered 10 bodies after a massive landslide swept 60 homes in the remote village there earlier in the day officials said 15 people were killed but the numbers have been revised now, 93 people are still missing, the landslide happened early saturday morning while many people were sleeping, and more than 2500 rescuers are now working to find survivors, but so far, just three people, a couple and their one month-old infant has been saved. experts say heavy rain toys blame, for the deadly landslide. >>> fall out from london's deadly apartment fire continues this weekend, the uk 's local government minister says fire safety inspectors found multiple failures at a tower block in north london, that prompted evacuation of the thousands of residents there. fou
CBS
Sep 13, 2015 7:00am EDT
to provide secret u.s. technology to china says he is grateful and relieved prosecutors are dropping the case against him. the the professor released a statement calling the case a nightmare, the the u.s. attorney's office in philadelphia filed a motion friday to dismiss four counts of the wire fraud against the professor. he was a chairman of the university's physics department until the the arrest. he remains a faculty member at this point and he is a naturalized u.s. citizen born in china. >>> a wild fire is burning everything in its path in northern california. devouring homes in lake county right as we speak. the fast spreading fire is just one of the wild fires burning near sacramento. it has grown to more than 100 square miles. flames destroyed more than a dozen structure and they are threatening thousands of homes. fire fighters were able to contain a small percentage of the fire's last night but still eating up even more ground. those images just tough to take there. >>> 7:10. still to come on "eyewitness news"... >> i was so shaken up, and so in shock that i was just at the
CBS
Nov 12, 2017 7:00am EST
. trump appeared confident he want broken a deal to strengthen exports here and slow china's growth. beijing is vietnam's largest trading partner. earlier the president was back on the defensive when asked if he thought russian president putin was sincere in his denial of russian meddling in the u.s. election that despite assurances from the u.s. intelligence community that russia did try to interfere in american politics. president trump told reporters quote he said he absolutely did not medicine until our election, did he not do what they are saying he did. the president added i really believe when he tells me that, he means it. >> what he believes is what he believes. what i believe is that we have to get to work. i think everybody understood this that heard the answer, we have to get to work to solve syria, to solve north cover re , to solve ukraine to solve terrorism. >> putin and mr. trump crossed paths during the two day asian pacific summit but we are told they had no formal meetings n a joint statement saturday both leaders acknowledged they are sketching out a proposal for
CBS
Jul 30, 2017 7:00am EDT
sending more than a dozen tweets criticizing congress, touting thestk markett china brooks silva-braga has more on what the president has been doing. >> reporter: president trump took aim at china day after north korea took a miss that wi t u.s. i'm very disappointed in china we tweeted o your foolish past lead's loud them to make hundreds of billions of dollars in trade but they do nothing with us in north korea but just talk. we will no long's how them to continue. china could easily solve this problem. president 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 may soon push his agenda with the help of a new chief of staff. >> i think actually going in a different direction hitting a reset button is a good thing. >> reporter: reince priebus is out, home land security secretary general john kelly's in. >> priebus made rookie mistake after rookie mistake. >> reporter: author chris whip le studied presidential chief of staff and
CBS
Apr 9, 2017 7:00am EDT
in our relationship with china. >> president trump's china summit was not the only high steaks diplomas i at mar-a-lagoment on the side lines, prive us, talk between the administration's two washing sanctions, advisor steen bannon, and injury add kushner. the architect of the america first policy, and has advocated breaking up america's a lie answers and institution. >> we have team that just grinding it through, on president donald trump promised the american people. >> that revolution area world view competes for influence, with kushner, live long democrat with global spendings. as mr. trump's most trusted advisor, kushner was invited to join his intimate dinner with china's president, wife ivanka dismissed the infighting during interview with gale king this week. >> i do think we have a lot of different view points at the table. but they're not at odds with one another. >> on friday, the white house denied persistent press reports that mr. trump was considering firing chief of staff prive us for failing to sort out every dispute. >> white house officials confirmed the infigh
CBS
Mar 19, 2017 7:00am EDT
. >>> president trump may talk tough on china but his secretary of state, rex tillerson, is making nice during a visit to beijing. he met with chinese president. tillerson says the united states is looking forward to the first meeting between president trump and his chinese counterpart. the talks with chinese leaders have mostly centered on north korea nuclear and missile programs. >>> well, we are just under a day away from spring, right? but today is your last chance to see flowers in bloom at the pennsylvania convention center. the philadelphia flower show is wrapping up today. among the special events, here's the children tea party. they can bring their favorite teddy bear for afternoon tee. tickets needed for that event. the flower show open from 8:00 l 6:00 tonight. proceeds go to the philadelphia horticultural society. >> chuck berry known for telling a story with the help every his guitar and inch spying other, became legends themselves. berry died yesterday afternoon at his home outside st. louis, missouri. he was 99 years old. danielle nottingham looked back at berry's legacy.
CBS
Aug 9, 2015 7:00am EDT
. and is now hitting china. the damage and casualties the storm has caused. that's neck. -- next. >> north gorgeous day expected today. changes coming in the work week, kyla has a check of the forecast. portland mechanic refuses to give up on his passion, even after losing his vision. how he's working on cars with ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides. >> 3,000 firefighters still battling that blaze. >> and massive typhoon, that moved through taiwan, is now hitting the coast of southeast china. at least six people had been killed, and more than 100 injured. cbs correspondent brian web, shows us, the damage that has been left behind. >> typhoon slammed taiwan saturday, with winds reaching 125 miles an hour, more than 40 inches of rain fell in part of the country creating floods and triggering massive mudslides. more than 3 million homes lost power, and rescue crews struggled to reach people stranded by flashfloods. >> this woman says she's looking for her friends after a mud slide. at least six people are reported dead including a eight year old girl and he
CBS
Jul 9, 2017 7:00am EDT
japan and china as wendy gilette reports, both meetings focused on north korea. >> reporter: president trump helped out a marine at joint base andrews in maryland before returning to the white house, following a whirlwind g 20 sum tonight hamburg germany. president met with more world leaders before his departure. within day after his first face-to-face meeting with russian president vladamire putin, which lasted more than two hours. saturday's meetings included a one and a half hour sit down with china's president where north korea was on the agenda. >> as far as north cover reace concerned i know that we will have eventually success. it may take longer then i'd like it may take longer then you'd like but there will be success in the mission. >> reporter: communist country dominated discussions with japan's prime minister after north korea's first successful test of the intercontinental ballistics missle. >> the prime minister is, i will is a this very, very focused on what is going on with respect to north korea. >> reporter: world leaders announced their commitment to the
CBS
Dec 4, 2016 7:00am EST
49,000 vote. >> china has lodged diplomatic protest with the us. it is a set that president-elect trauma seemed a congratulatory call from taiwan's president on friday. china considers taiwan a run away province, in the u.s. severed diplomatic ties with taiwan in 1979. well, after hearing some initial criticism, mr. trump took to twitter saying interesting how the us sells taiwan billions of dollars of military equipment, but i could not except a congratulatory call. >> and back here at home this morning, fans in state college are pretty excited about last night's nittany lions became conference champions. they beat wisconsin taking the big ten crown. and it was nail biter to the very end, through four touchdowns in the contest, barkley rushed, with this win, penn state will either now go into the national championship playoffs or play in the rose bowl. congratulationsment also big congratulations to the terrible owls, celebrating first champion championship since 1977. yesterday, took care of business, matt rhule's squad had won six straight going into the game against navy. in t
CBS
Aug 6, 2017 7:00am EDT
receiving work permits, china, north korea's sole alley sports the sanctions. >> the fact that the council adopted this resolution unanimously demonstrates that the international community is united, in its position, regarding the nuclear issue of the peninsula. >> reporter: missle launched on july 27th was airborne for nearly four minutes before splashing in the sea of japan and came dangerously close to an air france flight with hundreds of people on board. pentagon officials believe this latest test demonstrates north korea may have the capability of reaching u.s. mainland. arms control expert jeffery lewis. >> we're in a relationship where we can destroy them and they can destroy us. we not like it but that is where we are. >> reporter: secretary of state rex tillerson left the door opened for talks with north korea but said they would not be productive unless north cover reace willing to give up nuclear ambitions. danielle nottingham for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> u.s. military called off search for three marines who vanish after their aircraft crashed off the coast of austr
CBS
May 29, 2016 7:00am EDT
the pretty lanterns. >> we loved it. we actually saw a lantern festival when we were in china. it was very similar to this. and so the girls loved it. >> i think it is beautiful. i think we came at the right time. it is gorgeous out. we just came from south street. so it is a great day to be in philly. >> got to check this out. chinese lantern festival runs through june 12. >> our website cbsphilly.com has complete fight to the memorial. >> check it out, recipes for to you try this weekend. >> new this morning, a man is shot and killed in southwest philadelphia. police say the 39 year old victim was shot in the head at woodland and 52 street around five 30 a.m. he was pronounced dead at the scene. no word on a suspect or motive at this time. >>> another shooting this morning, this one in north philadelphia. authorities say a man was shot in the arm around 4 a.m. it happened at 24 and diamond streets. near william dick public school. the victim was taken to temple hospital. and his condition is not yet known at this time. no word on a suspect either. >> a stabbing in north philadel
CBS
Aug 28, 2016 7:00am EDT
germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. >>> more than 200 trees could face stinks and it is all because of this tiny invasive beetle, that is found its way in to our region. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh has the story. >> reporter: you might not think it by looking at them. >> very small insect, it is emerald green and emerald ash, create is huge. >> it killed the tree, by overwhelming them with so many insects. essentially they die from thousand cuts. >> reporter: experts first discovered the insect near detroit, michigan in 2002 and since this. >> it has been slowly and steadily moving across the country. >> reporter: research confirms now that the pests have arrived in philadelphia. >> one single female will create 180 larvae that will game into a tree. >> reporter: of the three militaries in philadelphia, more than 200,000 of them are ar
CBS
Aug 16, 2015 7:00am EDT
rise for a massive explosion in china last week. we will tell you how fire crews are making the clean up efforts worse. >>> plus a heat wave hits our area, sweltering temperatures hitting the local area in the next few days, we will tell you when we will have a final break in that heat. >>> and summer fun in the pool but health officials warn there is an incredible danger that could make you and your family sick. health reporter stephanie he stall explains the problem and simple things to do to stay safe. st ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides. >>> utah is giving the okay for a san juan river water to be used for crop irrigation and live stock, thinks after officials issued advisory after the mine spill in colorado which dumped lead and silver, into the the anim as river. spill was caused by e pa, however, federal officials insist that tests show the sediment poses in health risk. >>> officials say the death toll has listen to 112 after several explosions in a chinese port city. hundreds are injured after a series of massive fires blast destroyed an industria
CBS
Aug 28, 2016 7:00am EDT
tv-commercial power's either going to be germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan.
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