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Jul 30, 2017 7:00am PDT
expressing his disappointment with china as well as republicans struggling with health care reform. what he wants them to do next. >>> terror plot. the plan targeting the skies. >> there has been a major joint counterterrorism operation to disrupt a terrorist plot to bring down an airplane. >> four men arrested in australia. believed to be inspired by radical islam. airports are now beefing up security. >>> vacations ruined. 50,000 tourists ordered to leave the outer banks. after a major power outage. fun in the sun cut short. >> we didn't get to do everything we wanted to do. >> who is getting blamed this morning? >>> border outrage. members of congress are speaking out. expressing strong reaction to an abc news investigation and exclusively obtained video showing the encounter between a mexican teen and two border offers. >> watch the male agent. he says, now, drink another one. >> that encounter turns deadly. >> watch the male agent. he says, now, drink another one. >> that encounter turns deadly. . >> watch the male agent. he says, now, drink another one. >> that encounter turns deadly.
Dec 3, 2016 7:00am PST
president breaking with nearly 40 years of tradition. >> china is ripping us off. >> will this stir up an international firestorm? plus, sarah palin at odds with trump over his latest deal. >>> caught on camera, look at this, holiday delivery warning this morning. a robber dressed as a u.p.s. worker gets a homeowner to open the door, three others burst in, guns blazing. >> i grabbed the gun and we started tussling over it. the weapon was discharged in the house. >> the things to look before before you open the door. >>> and the abc news exclusive. sharing his wife's story, keith papini revealing new details about his wife's kidnappers. >> i will share with you that their faces were always covered. >> plus, what sherri relied on to survive her horrifying ordeal. >>> hey, good morning. so many people talking about that "20/20" interview this morning. keith papini revealing new details about his wife's terrifying and bizarre ordeal only to abc's matt gutman and matt will be here with much more on this case later in the show. >> such a riveting story. but we're going to start here with the
Dec 4, 2016 8:00am EST
rocked relations between the u.s. and china. china says they've already complained. we want to get the trump response to that as well. so a lot to talk about with the fallout from the carrier deal this week. president-elect trump on a tweet storm this morning also saying any more companies that move their jobs overseas are going to face that 35% tariff, so we'll talk about that with the vice president-elect as well. >> so you're going to be on the show this morning, you're also going to be interviewing the retired general david petraeus. he's reportedly in the running for secretary of state. as many people may remember he had to step down after it was pointed out i gave classified this was to a reporter who was after this long campaign after trump railed against hillary clinton for endangering america's secrets with her private e-mail server, is it going to be difficult for him to explain to the american people why he would pick petraeus if he does so? >> well, that's going to be one of the key questions, one of the questions i'll put it to vice president-elect pence and also david pet
Jul 9, 2017 8:00am EDT
sorts of foreign leaders from great britain to china, but it is russia dominating the headlines yet again this morning. >> a new meeting between members of team trump and a russian national now coming to light. abc news has learned that during the campaign, donald trump jr. and jared kushner met with a russian lawyer with connections to the kremlin. >> meanwhile, the russian president vladimir putin now speaking out about his face-to-face meeting with trump insisting that trump seemed to accept his denials of russian election meddling. and president trump tweeting this morning, saying, i strongly pressed president putin twice about russian meddling in our election. he vehemently denied it. i've already given my opinion. >> george is standing by with analysis but we're going to start here with abc's seen choir white house correspondent cecilia vega who is in hamburg, germany, for us where the g20 summit took place. cecilia, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, paula, good morning to you. you know, white house aides are calling this trip a huge success for the president and really i
Sep 3, 2017 7:00am PDT
in china and russia. >> it's being reported that president trump's national security adviser, h.r. mcmaster, had an emergency phone call overnight with his south korean counterpart. and this morning president trump is tweeting about north korea's latest move. >> we have team coverage this morning. we start with ian pannell in our london bureau. good morning to you. >> reporter: this is a highly provocative and dangerous move. just over two weeks back, the president praising north korea for seeming to back down. from its threat to launch missiles towards guam. now it's clear pyongyang is driven to develop a nuclear weapon that could put america within range. overnight, the north korean state news agency announcing what's believed to be its most powerful nuclear test yet. a hydrogen bomb fitted for an intercontinental ballistic missile. striking new images coming in of kim jong-un inspecting the bomb that north korea says has unprecedented strength. the announcement coming hours after the usgs detected a 6.3 magnitude explosion near the site where all of the nuclear tests have been
Dec 17, 2016 7:00am EST
china or somebody. it could be somebody sitting in a bed some place. >> reporter: weighing in for the first time, hillary clinton says she believes putin was trying to settle old scores. that he holds a grudge after she challenged the fairness of russia's own election. >> vladimir putin himself directed the covert cyberattacks against our electoral system. against our democracy, apparently because he has a personal beef against me. >> reporter: this morning, the fbi and u.s. intelligence agencies agree. putin was personally the c ix a director saying they're in synch on the scope, nature, and intent of russia's interference. president obama shopped short of blaming putin directly but made clear. >> not much happens in russia without vladimir putin. >> reporter: now, one thing president obama won't say is that hillary clinton lost because of the hacking. dan? >> all right, mary, thank you. how did our intelligence agencies tie russia and president vladimir putin to the hackings? brian ross has gained fascinating insight here. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, dan. with th
Jan 16, 2016 9:00am EST
even been lost already. there is also china. china's markets are causing big fears here because their markets are down 20% from the december highs. they have been getting hit time and time begin, cecilia, and what we've seen over and over again this year when china's markets tank, ours do too. >> hits us here at home. concern and fear the words you what is happening with people's 401(k)s, so many people looking at their portfolio saying what do i do? >> a lot of white knuckle days for those retirees especially. the average 401(k) of $92,000 has already lost about $7500 in value since the beginning of this year. now, the unsatisfying answer is the accurate answer. it's the one people hear time and time again in these environments of down market days. unfortunately, riding it out tends to be the best option and historically speaking, if you rode out the great recession, if you didn't sell on those terrible down market days, your portfolio is up, in fact, the stock market in the last amounts to investors, so in a larger context, cecilia, it's looking a lot better over time. >> long term,
Nov 20, 2016 7:00am MST
sent to china earlier this month. the world are on loan from china but the caretakers at the breeding and research center over in china say the bears don't like the food there. and cannot understand the local language. >> so they have been fully americanized, right? >> yes. actually been mixing up fruit with american cracker. >> oh, gosh. that's the downfall. >> i was confused about they don't understand the local language. actually at the research center when the folks say come here, they actually do in english but won't understand it in chinese. >> that's interesting. dan with panda facts this morning. love it. >> now i'm going to shut up. >> also, we're taking you behind the scenes for the american music awards, the world's biggest fan voted award show. how many times have you voted dan? >> 76.4. >> yes, well it airs tonight on abc. a whole lot of surprises planned. a full preview coming up. but first, a grieving father speaking out about the brutal murder of his son. >> joey comunale went to new york city for a night of pilgrim has the emotional interview. >> this morning
Sep 26, 2015 7:00am PDT
president joe biden joking about the campaign with china's leader who lived in iowa and then became president. >> i don't know what the hell is in the water in iowa but whatever he's drinking, it worked. >> reporter: with that first democratic debate just over two weeks away, biden needs to make up his mind soon. meanwhile, a busy day on the campaign trail. all of the candidates will be out there except donald trump but you can probably find him on twitter. >> i was just going to say that. if he's not on the complain trail, he will be tweeting something perhaps let's just say interesting. devin, thank you very much. >> yeah, he is easy to find. you know who else is easy to find, ron, because you're sitting right next to me tracking all the other stories. >> easy tracking me. up all night tracking these stories. good morning, paula, dan, sara. rob. good morning, everyone. >>> we begin with that wild and dangerous high-speed police chase out across the city of los angeles. police were in hot pursuit of a suspect wanted for stealing a car. the driver struck several cars stopped at a re
Jul 2, 2017 8:00am EDT
president's schedule today. those are calls with the leaders of japan and china. those come in advance of that meeting this week between president trump and vladimir putin. that as the fbi investigation into russia goes on. dan, cecilia. >> so much going on, gloria, thank you. >> it's going to be a big week. >> let's bring in abc news chief global affairs correspondent, horr martha raddatz, who is in in washington where she's going to be hosting "this week" later this morning. martha, good morning to you. >> good morning to you both. >> so let's start with the news overnight, the president taking more shots at the media. in your view is there a smart strategy here in that it fires up his base? >> well, i think he's certainly trying to appeal to his base. we talked to a lot of ohio voters this week, and i have to say not a single one said, yay, let's keep doing those tweets. some people weren't really paying attention. others were saying, look, it's really juvenile, and these were part of donald trump's base, most of the people i talked to were trump voters, and they really didn
Aug 9, 2015 7:00am PDT
-enter that storm. >>> heading overseas, taiwan and mainland china have been hit by typhoon soudelor. officials reporting that 22 people are dead or missing. china being hit by heavy rain that triggered mud slides there. some houses collapsing and more than a million homes now without power. >>> back in this country, in texas, three adults and five children were found dead inside of a house near houston, texas, and a suspect is now in custody. this happened saturday night. sheriff deputies went to the home to do a welfare check. they looked through a window. they saw a child on the floor and that's when they went in and found the victims inside and the suspect was arrested later. >>> in seattle, black lives matter activists disrupted a rally for democratic presidential hopeful bernie sanders. just as sanders began to speak on saturday. two activists jumped on the stage and grabbed the mike. they were met with a mix of boos and some cheers from a crowd of about 2,000. sanders eventually left that event without giving the speech he was scheduled to give. he did speak later at an event
Jul 22, 2017 7:00am PDT
bieber can in hot water besides with ron for owing him the money, china has now banned the crooner from performing in the country blaming what they call his bad behavior on and offstage. the beijing municipal bureau of culture claiming the ban was necessary to purify the country's entertainment history adding, quote, justin bieber is a gifted singer, but he is also a controversial young foreign idol. strong words. while touring the country in 2013, he was seen being carried up the great wall of china by his bodyguards i think on their shoulders. this was seen as controversial. by the chinese government. >> is it too late to say he's sorry? >> ah. >> that was -- >> that was -- >> they concede he's gifted, though. that's interesting. >> they say gifted but you are an idol and we will purify this country. >> i'm just going to turn around. >> sorry, ladies and gentlemen. >> paula in rare form this morning. >> not that rare. >> and now, and now, right, now to luke skywalker's famous land speeder from "episode iv: a new hope." grown-ups are going to be so jelly for this mind-size jeddy mow mo
Sep 3, 2016 7:00am CDT
. >>> and president obama has landed in china beginning his final trip to asia as president of the united states. and he's getting right to business. obama and the chinese president ratifying a climate change agreement curbing emissions. the president will be meeting with other world leaders in china for the g-20 summit. presidency. >> home stretch. >>> and coming up here, excitement building for the big college football kickoff looking at a live picture at lambeau field which will play host to lsu and wisconsin today and there are many more big matchups coming up. we are re going to talk to espn's "college gameday host" kirk herbstreit who is joining us with his take on today's action. >>> but first here,e americans who are experienced mountain climbers. >> they went missing about a week ago trying to scale a treacherous mountain in pakistan. bad weather hampered search efforts until dawn, and abc's lauren lyster has more. >> reporter: you know, the clock is ticking to find those climbers from utah lost on a mountain known as one of the world's most dangerous. now, brutal weather
Oct 18, 2015 8:00am EDT
strategic challenge is our relation with china. our greatest -- morris: we discussed the role of cyber in the 2016 presidential race. >> growing very fast trying to meet the digital nds of the u.s. federal government. we just looked inside our bench talent and found that we have the right folks. morris: consulting at the general services administration just launched its first market. government matters starts right now. >>
Nov 1, 2015 7:00am PST
. they have been from china to paris. in recent years, they have become serious globe trotters. >> we've learned a lot in 4 1/2 years. >> reporter: the couple's travel smarts extend to trip insurance, which they made sure they bought for last year for a greek cruise. it promised to cover cancellations for any reason. >> we never know what could happen. >> reporter: those plans were interrupted when pamela tripped and broke her heel. they had to cancel the trip, but when they tried to collect on that policy, they hit a dead end. >> we sent several e-mails and called them and i was really, really irritated. that was our money and we should have gotten it back. >> reporter: after ten months, they threw in the towel and called the abc news fixer. stephanie zimmermann and her team stepped in asking them to investigate the missing money. in the end, our fixer got the airline to issue the full refund. >> it's fixed. thank you, abc news fixer. >> and we're all in luck because stephanie joins us from chicago this morning. good morning, stephanie. >> good morning. >> you know most people never dre
Nov 29, 2015 7:00am CST
the united states. and he's also going to be meeting one-on-one with leader of china and india to get their buy-into this program. >> we know that security will be extremy high for all of ththe world leaderer jon, thank you. >>> back at home in the race to replace president obama, the two trump and ben carson making two very differentppearances. donald trump in florida, giving hehecopter rides to kidsds and dr. ben carson making a surprise trip to jordan to visit syrian refugee camps. abc's devin dwyer is on the story. >> reporter: the front-runner flew into florida to the sound track from the silver screen, donald trump touching down in sarasota, then offering free rides to kids on his personal helicopter. thousands of fans turned out for trump, including this elephant, doubling as a billboard. inside the packed arena -- trump also addressed his treatment last week of a newspaper reporter with a rare genetic disorder. >> you got to see this guy. i don't know what i said. i don't remember. >> they said i was mocking him, i would never mock a person that has difficulty. >> reporter: me
Nov 20, 2016 8:00am EST
shock. were both born in atlanta three years ago and sent to china earlier this month. morning. love it. >> now i'm going to shut up. >> also, we're taking you behind the scenes for the american music awards, the world's biggest fan voted award show. how many times have you voted dan? >> 76.4. >> yes, well it airs tonight on abc. a whole lot of surprises planned. a full preview coming up. but first, a grieving father speaking out about the brutal murder of his son. >> joey comunale went to new later in a shallow grave and eva pilgrim has the emotional interview. >> this morning the father of a connecticut man murdered during a night out in new york city is speaking out. joey comunale was 26 years old starting out life on his own. >> just bought himself a new car. everything going for him. >> pretty proud of him? >> yeah. >> comunale's body found in a shallow grave in new jersey this week. 25-year-old james rackovernd 28-year-old lawrence dilione facing charges. in court on friday. the judge setting bail at $3 million each. this morning both are behind bars. always up for making frien
Dec 10, 2016 7:00am EST
off. >> i mean it could be russia but it also be china and lots of other people and somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pound, okay? you don't know who broke into dnc. >> u.s. intelligence agencies believe the russians are behind that leak. why don't you believe it? >> i don't know if they're behind it. >> reporter: negotiating relations with russia will be a challenge for trump's next secretary of state. rudy giuliani once a top of the running. >> i saw that he had so many good candidates available, there was no reason to complicate his life any longer. >> reporter: in a statement, trump said giuliani is and continues to be a close personal friend. mitt romney and exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson are still among the contenders but giuliani is making clear he thinks romney should be off the list. >> my advice would be mitt went just a little too far to -- you can make friends and make up, but i don't -- i would not see him as a candidate for the cabinet. >> reporter: and this morning trump is already tweeting praising giuliani as one of the finest people he knows. now,
Aug 8, 2015 7:00am PDT
earthquakes. the storm has now moved on to the coast of china. bob woodruff is there. >> this is like unbelievable sand. in taiwan outside the capital city a family of five had to be rescued from their home after flood waters reached nearly the second floor. across this country more than 100 people injured, at least six people reported killed so far. the worst has past this morning. right now taiwan is assessing the damage and cleaning up. bad as it is, people are thankful because they fear this one could have been even worse. dan. >> we are thankful as well and thankful neal is okay. >> and bob as well. we want to turn over to ron with more of the surprise verdict out of colorado. good morning. >> good morning to both of you. in colorado the man convicted of that movie theater massacre will spend the rest of his life behind bars. the jury of nine women and three men deliberated seven hours and unable to reach a unanimous verdict. to impose the death penalty. holmes will serve a life sentence without the opportunity of parole for the attack that killed 14 and injured 70. breaking news
Oct 9, 2016 6:00am CDT
who work hard. why let washington take our jobs and send them off to china and mexico? my opponent backs bad trade deals that export jobs, and billion dollar tax loopholes for big corporations. i'm going to close those loopholes and help small businesses in wisconsin grow and create jobs. for the folks who work hard... for the middle class raising a family... . >>> welcome back this sunday morning. many have experienced the pains of bullying, launch being the prime time to strike. one 16-year-old girl in california is empowering the bullied with an app to make the experience of school lunch far more welcoming. >> you're wearing sweatpants. >> the school cafeteria can be a tough place. just ask natalie hampton. >> i was bullied at my old school. >> so when she got the chance to change schools she took it upon herself to find a way to battle the bullies by creating a free lunch app called sit with us. >> anyone who doesn't know who they can sit with or if they open their phone and look at all the lunches and choose one to join. >> october is anti-bullying month and disney is choosing
Aug 14, 2016 7:00am EDT
ever. the u.s. has 61 medals, fold by china great britain, germany, and japan. good morning, matt. >> reporter: bon gia, paula. it was bittersweet saying good-bye to the greatest olympian ever. i kofered the 008 games when michael phelps became famous. environment. he said he wanted to change the sport of swimming. of course, he has. this morning, the greatest olympi olympian, michael fems, leaving the pool with another olympic record. winning his 23rd gold in saturday night's relay, celebrating with teammates. his five golds and his silver here, a swan song only phelps could have composed. he tells nbc sports he's ready for what is next. >> it's not tend of a career. it's the b journey. >> reporter: phelps may be done. but kate ie ledecky just gettin started. he won a race by 11 seconds. you win the race, you touch the wall, you're 11 seconds ahead of the next competitors. that is a long time in sports. can you tell us more about what was going through your mind? >> it's nothing different than any other time. i mean, i think, throughout the every moment of competing at the olympi
Jun 25, 2017 7:00am PDT
the driver lost control of the tanker. and crashed it, causing it to overturn. >>> and in china, 15 people have been found dead and more than 100 still missing after that major landslide buried a village under mud and rocks early saturday morning. rescue crews are searching through the rubble for any survivors. more than 60 homes and a hotel were completely buried. officials say it is unclear if any tourists are among the missing. >>> in england, the number of buildings failing fire safety inspections after last week's deadly fire in london keeps rising. 34 apartment buildings now deemed unsafe. the british government says it plans on testing up to 600 blocks over concerns that building material could fuel a fire. >>> here at home, congressman steve scalise is doing much better after being shot at a congressional baseball practice. and it looks like one of the things that is helping his recovery is cheering for his alma mater. he tweeted, geaux tigers. loved watching y'all win today. after lsu's baseball team beat oregon state 6-1 to advance to the college world series championship.
Apr 22, 2017 8:00am EDT
. >> reporter: and america's place in the world. >> i will direct my secretary of the treasury to label china a currency manipulator. >> reporter: some items trump has fulfilled including a new supreme court justice to replace antonin scalia. a tougher line on immigration. and a threat to cut federal funding to so-called sanctuary cities, but on other promises -- >> the repeal and replace obamacare act. >> reporter: -- he's fallen well short of the mark. >> remember this, we had no democrat support so now we'll go for tax reform. >> reporter: now as he approaches the 100-day mark, he calls that benchmark a ridiculous standard. >> a lot of good things are happening. thank you, folks. >> meaning you'll get a health care vote next week? >> it doesn't matter. next week doesn't matter. >> reporter: one week left before he hits that 100-day mark. not a single major piece of legislation passed. the president clearly has a few more items that he's racing to get done, but it's safe to say he's finding that governing is a bit tougher than running a business or a campaign. dan, paula. >> yeah, certainly i
Nov 7, 2015 7:00am CST
presidents of china and taiwan held their first high-level meeting since their split 66 years ago. it was mostly symbolic. both sides said no agreements will be signedr joint statements issued. >>> take a look at this cliff rescue. a woman stuck on a ledge off a clififf in newrt beach, california. look at that. she apparently was stranded there after trying to help her dog on the cliff. >> we've made contact with the victim, and we're raising her back up to the top of the hill now. and victim and the dog are safe. >> the woman says she was so determined to get her dog back, she didn't realize the peril there. >>> and "consumer reports" is out with its rankings of the least reliable cars. among the worst according to "consumer reports",," the jeep cherokee, cadillac escalade, ford fiesta and the fiat 500l ranked the least reliable. i guess that's the most unreliable. among also the most reliable brands, lexus topping the list followed by toyota and audi. "consumer reports" created the rankings based on thousands of survey responses from vehicle owners. the study will be published i
Jun 3, 2017 8:00am EDT
. and other nations and says the white house, though, encouraged by support by china, which has been north korea's closest ally. >>> in the philippines new images from inside the manila resort where a gunman set a fire inside a casino killing at least 36 people. that suspect later on taking his life setting himself on fire. isis has claimed responsibility for the attack but investigators are looking into the possibility that it was a botched robbery. >>> back here in the u.s., three former penn state administrators have been sentenced to jail time in the jerry sandusky child sex scandal. the university's former president, vice president and athletic director will serve at least two months each behind bars plus time under house arrest. they were convicted of child endangerment for hushing up an allegation that sandusky molested a boy in a locker room shower in 2001. >>> and rock singer chris cornell's death has officially been ruled a suicide. this after a toxicology found that prescription drugs found in his system did not cause his death. the soundgarden front man found unresponsive
Jun 24, 2017 7:00am EDT
care with many senators heading home to face their constituents. >>> china land slide, more than 140 people are missing and dozens of homes buried after a rock fall from a mountain in the southwest sichuan province early saturday morning. >>> the wilshire grand, the tallest building west of the mississippi is open for downtown los angeles stretches more than 1,000 feet in the air. it took 11,000 workers and $1 billion to complete the structure. 900 rooms, restaurants and shops, and dan, just for you, a rooftop pool so you can put on your suntanning gear. i was trying to move along from the visual there. sorry. >> you put it in everybody's mind and then you're trying to take it back. >>> okay, we're going to turn to an incident that was caught on camera at a ymca pool. >> this is a horrifying story. a man's family claims that he slipped underwater steps from lifeguards that were chatting away, unaware of what was happening in the pool. it was five long minutes before anyone acted. abc's stephanie ramos has more on the lawsuit that's been filed. >> reporter: this morning a chicago ymca
May 14, 2017 7:00am PDT
and test until they get it right. and the recent pressure by the u.s. and china hasn't had much effect. >> steve ganyard, thank you for joining us on this sunday morning. always great to have you. >>> meantime, president trump is facing urgent issues both foreign and domestic. he hit the road on saturday, delivering a commencement address while continuing to defend his firing of the fbi director. >> meanwhile, back in washington, the attorney general interviewing the candidates for the new fbi director. abc's david wright is at the white house covering it all. david, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan and paula. president trump is trying to get past what's been called a credibility crisis brought on by the shifting stories over his firing of the fbi director. an fbi director who was investigating, among other things, trump's administration. speaking on fox news last night, the president came out blazing. >> how was your week? >> well, i think it was great. >> reporter: the president is now completely ignoring the reasons he initially gave for firing fbi director comey
Aug 13, 2016 7:00am MST
, everyone, followed by china with 37 and japan with 24, but it's all about those gold medals, 20 of them right th >> then there was the soccer sshocker. team usa losing to sweden, making it the first time since women's soccer was added that they won't play for the gold medal. rio with more. >> hi, matt. >> reporter: good morning, ryan. calling it the soccer shocker is probably the right term. this is the biggest upset so far in these games, but the u.s. seemed to make up for it in the pool. michael phelps only winning silver and sort of ceremoniously passing the baton to that human torpedo known as katie ledecky who, as you just mentioned, seemed to lap her opponents in the pool. overnight katie ledecky with a seemingly superhuman domination in the woman's 800-meter freestyle obliterating the competition by 11 seconds. so far ahead, it seemed, she was swimming the wrong way, not only besting her own world record but completing a sweep of the 200, 400 and 800-meter freestyle events in a single olympics. no one's done that in 30 years. >> it's all good the who through. >> reporter: ma
Nov 15, 2015 8:00am EST
against china or russia? morris:he defense department has a cyber strategy on the books but who was in charge when the lights go out? >> we think it is important these be instituted in law. morris: public and private sectoror supporters hope a new plan can bridge administratatio. >> from abc 7 and news channel 8, this is "government matters." morris: to our viewers around the world on the american forces network and here in our nation's capital,
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