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Dec 27, 2015 7:30am PST
day of brilinta. rescued dogs from being butchered for meat in chinas trying to draw attention t >>> a bay area woman who rescued dogs from being butchered for meet in china is now trying to draw attention with the help of a chronical film maker. >>> we have to warn you some of these scenes are disturbing. >> reporter: bay area film maker is shooting the footage of a dark trade the slaughter of dogs and cats and the sale of their meet for human consumption. this operates in a middle of tonight in a back ali. they were attacked with boiling water. >> they don't want you filming this, no, absolutely not. >> reporter: dogs crammed into tiny creates. california's official sister state. >> the distribution center wholesale market in china. >> reporter: they are trying to urge awareness and governor of california to put pressure. >> this is really going to damage the sister state relationship. >> he should know about what's happening in china, because i think he could do something about it. >> reporter: at a rally in union square many chinese americans agree that the trafficking in dog
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Feb 5, 2017 7:30am PST
rearranging our relationship with china. and that will have tariffs as well. >> we have several office in china, three, and they're a major trading partner. we have strategic advantage on the pass civic rim. >> is the a two-way street. is it they make it and we buy it. >> they're going from a merging economy to emerged. we're growing exports over to china. >> what do people not know? >> agriculture is a big one. chinese people trust american products and they've had issues over there where we really want our agriculture in their country. we would take a bit hit if we shut the door with china. much more than that. the two economies are integrated. >> what do you think pulling out of nafta? >> we don't think it is a good idea. we like multi-lateral trade agreements. they make a lot of sense. the president doesn't like him. so if he wants to arrange a number of bilateral agreements i think that is difficult to do but we'll need agreements otherwise prices will go up, you will see more inflation. that is not good for the economy or jobs he wants to produce. >> or stability of the businesses l
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Jul 30, 2017 7:30am PDT
islam is inspired but they're not naming a specific group. >>> president trump taking aim at china following friday's test featuring a missile that could hit california. he tweeted i am very disappointed in china. our foolish past leaders have allowed them to make hundreds of billions in trade and yet they do nothing for us with north korea, just talk. we will no longer allow this to continue. china could easily solve this problem. >>> meanwhile, u.s. flew two aircraft bombers over the korean peninsula in a show of force after the tests. south korea fighter jets and japanese air forces participated. they say if called upon they are ready to respond with overwhelming force. >> people across the nation and in the bay area rallied to protect the affordable care act. protesters spilled into the streets. hundreds voiced concerns about republican efforts to repeal and replace obamacare. even those who have insurance through work say they're afraid of what can happen if they lose their jobs and their coverage. >> because of obamacare, we were able to get insurance right away, the aca. it
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Sep 25, 2016 7:30am PDT
san francisco icon, rose pak, the 68-year-old china house -- chinatown powerhouse died from complications of accused me -- of a kidney transplant, and they all gathered at the old st. mary's cathedral for the funeral service, well known for being the voice of the china community. >>> preparing for the first face-to-face debate, hillary clinton off of the campaign trail this weekend studyng briefing books and the donald trump past debate performances. donald trump campaigning in columbia, and saying that the trump threaten to invite gennifer flowers for that debate tomorrow, and her admission of the affair with bill clinton surfacing during the 1992 presidential campaign, and the trump threat was after mark cuban said that hillary clinton gave him a front row seat to the debate, and said that gennifer flowers maybe attending, and tweeting hello to donald saying she is in his corner and will be at the debate. >>> of head of the debate, clinton and trump meeting ahead of the visit with israeli prime minister who met with barack obama on wednesday what it is likely to be the las
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Jan 10, 2016 7:30am PST
say she may have been depressed. she was supposed to be on a flight to china and did not make the flight. >>> a big crowd is expected for the two days of the crossroads show at cal town. >> the number of attendees is expected to double last year's. the reason is executive actions taken by president. obama. stepping up background checks and stepping up internet sales. however, the laws in california remain the same. >> nothing that he proposed would change anything with regard to background checks in california. there are no guns sold at the show or in the stores without a background check. so, each time he goes on tv, it just increases the level of activity at the gun stores and gun shows.>> reporter: anybody who purchase a gun at the show will have to wait to get their hands on it.>>> if you thought the lottery francine was big for 900 -- frenzy was big for $950 million, the amount is up to $1.3 billion. it is the biggest prize in u.s. history. the drawing will be on wednesday. the odds of winning are 292 point million -- 292.1 million to one.>> do you have a ticket? >> know i'll
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Sep 13, 2015 7:30am PDT
china, russia and others willing to step up and say this is wrong. we put all those countries together. now we have a framework where if iran violates, we can tighten that noose with the countries and prosecute the violations. >> that is what we have on paper. you have just gotten back from afghanistan. we have a history of putting things on paper and a couple years later find out it is not working out. what's going on in afghanistan? >> i was in afghanistan for the intelligence committee. the country is doing better than it was two years ago when i was there. if you had told me they would have a security agreement with united states which iraq does not and which is why the country is unraveling and that the taliban in al-qaeda would be on the run, i never would have believed you. our presence is still effective and helping the afghan people. >> that is an example possibly of where diplomacy or obama administration's plan worked. others look and say that is an example where it is not working. iran is in between. >> i think iran gives us best opportunity to take away nuclear weapons and
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Sep 27, 2015 7:30am PDT
china. this house in particular is at least one of two locations, it's on the internet under the name california baby care. everything is included. at the end of all this, a passport for the newborn. some neighbors say it's obvious what's going on but zo says he doesn't know anything about california baby care. >> i don't know what you are talking about. >> this house is not right for a birthing center. that's why we are here. it is advertised online as a birthing center. >> i don't have any comment. i don't know what you are talking about. >> earlier this year, agents raided three addresses of similar businesses in southern california where they found dozens of women from china pregnant or who had just given birth. when we showed up at the house he claimed to have nothing to do with the center. there were boxes and boxes of diapers piled up in his garage. >> interesting. >> still he denies it. >> what do neighbors say? >> the neighbors are very aware that there are multiple pregnant women walking around the neighborhood, you know, getting in and out of cars, walking in groups. >> whe
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May 7, 2017 7:30am PDT
without notice. >> bank of america lost the original deed to real property in china. >> reporter: they may the t lose the property -- lose the property. with a court order, warrant, nonpayment or if the bank is closing a branch. however the reasons didn't apply to any of the people who came to us. >> they claim one of the signers' information was missing. >> they claim my social security is not there. they said they were missing the date of birth and address of one of the corenters of the box. >> reporter: all information the bank is required to get before opening an account under the federal bank secrecy act. bofa claims it sent letters requesting the missing information. >> never got it. >> there's no evidence of any registered or certified mail. >> i asked them to produce the letter, they never did. >> reporter: the bank later provided copies of two of the letters allegedly sent november 2015. the boxes were drilled 10 to 15 months later. >> meanwhile our clients were going in and out of the bank with regular banking. >> i went there every few months. >> they never informed me
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Apr 9, 2017 7:30am PDT
president during their summit last week. president trump recently said if china is not going to resolve north korea, we will. ahead of the summit north korea fired a missile into the sea of japan. the dictator led by kim jung un calling them a move calling the north korean weaponry capable. >>> coming up in 20 minutes on face the nation john dickerson goes one on one with the secretary of state rex tillerson. >> that's right. and other events. the syrian attack by the united states and the series relation with russia. so we asking san francisco mayor willie brown and kpix analyst about the president's action and his relationship with russia which is now under investigation by congress. >> i'll tell you a lot of people are calling that into question. maybe he isn't so in bed with russia. and sensibly invoke the ire of russia. maybe there isn't such a connection. maybe there aren't embarrassing videos. >> i noticed you were smiling that. >> i think he is the master of diversion. there's nothing like having a nice little war when you're really in trouble on some other issue. he's in troubl
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Sep 11, 2016 7:30am PDT
growth. they have pretty much saturated the market in the u. s., but not breaking into china and it is important that they do that. with the exploding samsung issue, now is an ideal time for apple to release its phone, and they may be able to tap into the samsung market a little bit.>>> we will see about the rent control in san mateo and why they say it will not do anything to solve the housing crunch. ,,,,,,,,,, so i got your test results back and it does show an allergy to cat dander. there are options, but the most effective course of action would be to remove the source of the allergens. he's got a name. it's herbert. as long as you live with herbert, you're going to have the respiratory symptoms. and i'll have the joy that only a kitty cat can bring. okay, well there are some things we can do to minimize the impact. allergy shots, a nasal steroid... does that sound doable? i'm in. at john muir health, we know how big the little things can be. john muir health. be heard. the time is _ _. good morning, i'm phil matier. d i'm emily turn >>> welcome back to kpix 5 news and the time is
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Jul 16, 2017 7:30am PDT
by the biggest country in the world, china. don't throw this out. >> an impassioned plea for the governor. for california republicans in congress are urging counterparts to vote no and using this as an opportunity to speak against the state's high speed rail project. we know that the single biggest project will benefit this is the high speed rail project. it will get about $800 million. >> that funding is critical if we will continue high speed rail which a number of people are opposed to. this has two sides of the spectrum against it. we have groups saying it will result in higher costs at the pump and environmentalists saying it allows polluters to pay and get credit to keep doing it. >> according to the department of finance it will result in either a $.15 increase at the pump up to $.63 by 2021 and that is on top of a recent gas tax passed. >> put it all together. >> no wonder the governor is yelling. >> a california state member wants public access to body camera footage and has drafted a bill for a statewide policy on release of video within 90 days. some law enforcement ag
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Jun 4, 2017 7:30am PDT
plans to ask china to become part of california's carbon trading market. >> when mr. trump does something so outrageous to the science and to the reality of climate change, we can't stand by. this is serious stuff. >> several other states in the u.s. as well as the canadian province of quebec are already taking part in a climate alliance. >>> as the climate change debate rises, so does profile of the california governor who is turning out to be one of the president's biggest critics. mellisa and i asked mayor brown if donald trump and jerry brown are a match made in political heaven. >> quite, quite great casting. if you were trying to put together a reality tv show involving politicians they would be the two characters you would cast except it's real life for the two of them. believe me, they are perfect. just perfect. >> it's hard to imagine jerry brown sort of taking such a big role against a mitt romney or john kasich. >> or if it was president hillary clinton, he would be the elder states man out in california. >> i am glad you didn't use the same term you used earlier. >>
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Aug 13, 2017 7:30am PDT
into china's trade practices in the united states. the president plans to announce the investigation tomorrow. the probe would look into suspected chinese violations of intellectual property rights. end result could be new tariffs on chinese goods sold in u.s. >> the president is reportedly planning on taking away protections for transgendered people. it would make it easier for hospitals to deny treatments to patients. some say this could reinforce the right not to provide treatment against their beliefs. department of health and human services is expected to announce the plans in the coming weeks. last month the president announced a ban military. he says those individuals would cause a burden with high medical costs. >>> the president is still pushing for a new healthcare law. so far, republicans have fallen short on the votes needed to repeal obamacare because some republican senators have balked at voting for the measure. earlier this week, the president took aim not at democrats but at senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. >> i am very disappointed in mitch. if he gets these
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Feb 21, 2016 7:30am PST
a lot at stake. one of the huge markets emerging in china. one of the questions is, how much of this is a principle and how much is profit? >> it will be interesting. >>> and a new mayor in charge. >> the city council appointed lee said -- lisa delmore and she was sworn in immediately. former mayor jaymie matthews abruptly to find out -- a day after the city hosted the super bowl. >> we can't make decisions in a backroom. we can do that. we have to do them all out in public. >> mayor gilmour says that she will be transparent especially when it comes to big development deals. she has been an outspoken critic of the 49ers opposing their planned to buy the youth soccer field by the stadium. she has also called for alcohol sales to end at halftime after a couple of violent attacks on fans. that is the subject of the column this morning in the san francisco chronicle. >> this will be interesting. not only is lisa gilmour racing questions but so are a couple other city councilmembers. and becoming mayor, she not only becomes mayor of the city that becomes chair of the stadium authority. i
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Jul 9, 2017 7:30am PDT
exit door midair. delta flight 129 was bound for china thursday but turned around and headed back to seattle less than an hour into the flight. as you can see, the debris is all over the floor of the plane. this is after a brawl to keep him from opening the exit door. some fellow passengers are part of the effort. a flight attendant reportedly had to smash wine bottles on the man's head to subdue him. >> one of the flight attendants ran back. they rolled the guy out. he was in handcuffs and in a wheelchair. >> a delta flight attendant will receive regular training on defense and training on when to ask passengers for help. >>> switching gears returning to the weather. a little bit of a cooldown for many folks. it will still be warm and lend. look at this. the natural air-conditioner in the bay area. the marine layer and the fog. temperatures are cooler than this time yesterday. we were in the upper 60s yesterday. 59 right now, concord. 57, oakland. 52, san francisco. 39, santa rosa. is significantly cooler at this hour compared to the same time yesterday. the satellite showing high p
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Jul 23, 2017 7:30am PDT
your name, you're cheering someone on. >> i'm from china. >> reporter: wow, you're all here from china? >> yeah. >> reporter: awesome, so who are you cheering for?. and you said you are waiting for your daughter. >> yeah, i'm with my daughter. maybe she's coming now. >> reporter: is she running the whole 26 miles. >> hatch marathon. >> reporter: and how was your run this morning? >>> 5:30 at beginning. >> reporter: was it hard? >> was it a hard run? >> yes. >> reporter: awesome. thank you. and i want to show you, we have a special guest who won't talk to us, but this is my friend t rex, so can't talk but he can dance, and he can certainly cheer everybody on and give everybody high fives. there are 27500 runners in this race, but 15,000 of them are crossing the bridge here at the golden gate. they had full reign of northbound lanes. every single one of them was shut down starting at 6:00. they have started routeing all the runners onto the sidewalks because they are preparing to reopen the bridge at 9:00 this morning. so they're kind of starting to route the runners off of the roa
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Aug 7, 2016 7:30am PDT
about 15 newcomer families a year who come from afghanistan, new mexico and china and mongolia. she is an immigrant from peru and she knows how to make them feel william. >> when i see the faces, the fear, i go like, i remember how that fear was in me too. >> reporter: these uniforms come from donations she received from the assistance league. but day-to-day she serves as trance latour and guide navigating parents like these through registration, parent teacher conferences and referrals to other resources. >> she's so sweet. thank you for coming in. ask for help. she is open all the time. never she says i don't have time. >> martha together his mother english and helped him apply to high school. >> she is like a family member we had. >> reporter: martha is available beyond her office hours. >> if i make myself only available during office hours, i don't get to hear really what is going on in the community. >> reporter: so she knows for example who needs sock, groceries or school uniforms. oak grove principal says martha goes beyond her job description to make sure families get the most
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Jul 17, 2016 7:30am PDT
. the idea is to keep the coal from getting to china from the united states, and this is one of several ports that the sierra club is targeting, and we have politics here and possible pollution at play. >>> the warriors are stall draymond green heading to court this week.'s back and the hearing set for thursday before he heads to the olympics in rio, draymond green is accused of assaulting a michigan state football player during a confrontation at a bar in michigan last weekend. according to the police, jermaine edmonson claims that draymond green bumped into him at the bar and date exchanged words, and the next night they crossed past at another bar and green allegedly hit edmonson in the cheek.>> i think with things happen you meet it and on. -- head on. my legal team is handling this and it will be resolved quickly. as a public figure, i cannot put myself in certain situations.'s back days after the incident, michigan state announced the edmonson is leaving the football team to play elsewhere, and they said that edmonson wanted more playing time. >>> we all hear about economic develo
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Aug 9, 2015 7:30am PDT
talking about filings by attorneys alleging that the china town leader was being prosecuted for racket tiering while politicians who were also a target of the sting were given a pass. >> an undercover fbi agent who alleged did funnel $10,000 into the mayor's campaign. >> your reaction to learning the fbi has used undercover agents to funnel money into your campaign. >> we don't know that for a fact. it's an allegation. we checked every donation that we have. we do not know of any individual that didn't legitimately give to our campaign. >> while the fbi's records show they did setup an operation, the feds have not exact him or his campaign about any specific allegations and that is a subject in a column this morning. >> right the mayor is caught between a rock in a hard place. he doesn't know who they are or what they are but he has narrowed down to at least three checks that appeared to be the subject of the fbi sting, and he's turning those over to the again -- general fund. what interesting to note is all of this there's a question in the campaign how much of that ten $10,000 actual
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Oct 11, 2015 7:30am PDT
are from parts of the country where you may not have the biggest china town in the country right next door, so it's definitely something that i highly encourage sailors to go check out. see a lot of the different cultures that make the city so great, just seeing all the different parts of the city where you've got people blending together and just giving the city its own unique identity that you don't see anywhere else in the country. >> definitely something to be proud of. thanks for joining thus morning is. mark? >> thank you. for the forecast for the blue angels air show, it's looking like a nice one. sfo is mostly clear start to sunday. partly cloudy if you're elsewhere around the bay right now though. here's what you could expect heading out the door, sunshine, near seasonal temperatures. it's going to warm up both monday and tuesday, and then some big changes as we head on into the middle of the work week. let's take a look at those highs for today. some of our warmest temperatures in the south bay are going to be mid-80s. 85 for you in morgan hill. santa clara at 82. the s
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May 15, 2016 7:30am PDT
and two middle schools. chapters are being formed in india, china, singapore and australia.>> i never thought it would grow this much. >> reporter: connie has been coming for six months after feeling left out at her crafts class. >> the ladies would come and say they found this craft on pinterest and i just would sit there and think that i wish i could do that.>> reporter: and now she can. >> another lesson. >> reporter: and helping to take the mystery out of high- tech for seniors, and the jefferson award goes to stuti vishwabhaa.>>> we will be were -- right back with a look at the bay to breakers going on as we speak. ,,,,,, is underway.. here's a live look from chopper 5... the'e making their way 12 kilomets west to ocean beach. ad-lib updates... >>> the bay to breakers group making their way in the race, tens of thousands of people running in the race, the annual tradition, the 105th anniversary of the bay to breakers race, going from the san francisco financial district all the way to the ocean beach. it is perfect weather for running. >> plenty of sunshine, and i'm sure that the
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Jan 22, 2017 7:30am PST
russia or china or with businesses that are coming before your administration seeking special favors, we have a right to know. and if you're going to have your finger on the nuclear button and have that kind of power you need to disclose your taxes. >> it's going to be interesting in california. we started a lot of things. this one we're starting now with you. joining us. we're going to look at the storm too. julie? >>> we're tracking the storm in high-def doppler. the front passed through with some of the heaviest rain and highest winds. we can give you a loop the last few hours and you can see it passed through earlier today leaving flood concerning in its wake. zoom in and we continue to see showers spottier in nature and heavier than now with shower activity moving through the san francisco peninsula, a few in the north bay as well. in the high country, activating the warnings you can see several warnings. still the high wind warning in effect through 10:00. that is the pink. the area outlined in green, that is going to be our flood watch. we do have flood warnings in effect througho
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Sep 4, 2016 7:30am PDT
u.s. in china. questions came up about the relationship because of disputes over media access during his weekend trip to china for the 220 summit. president obama says there is always tension over negotiations when he travels overseas but that the white house doesn't leave behind its ideals and values when he takes those trips and that they can cause friction but it shouldn't be blown out of proportion. those are your top stories. julie back to you. >>> a special meeting is planned for wednesday to discuss improving the jail procedures for handling people in custody. it will also include a panel discussion with officials from other facilities. the meeting is in response to last year's beating death of inmate michael tyree a apparently at the hand -- hands of correctional deputies. >>> sfpd is hosting a series -- series of meetings to get input on the election. the next one is wednesday at city hall. you can also fill out a city -- a survey online and you can find that on our website. >>> at least 60 people have applied to be the next police chief. 11 of them are current or for
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Apr 16, 2017 7:30am PDT
vice president mike pence said this comes as no surprise. >> we have donald trump on china with one position position. and then the next day, a different position. nato, the same thing. is flopping and flying all over the place. what is this guy up to? >> backup for a second. because he changed his mind when greater knowledge occurred with reference to things like chinese manipulation of money and all of the other kinds of things that he talked about, including what happens with nato -- and you call it a flip-flop ? know. it is an intelligent movement from one spot to another by a guy who must, at all times, be flexible enough to do that. >> all of this information was available before the election. it is not like we just learned the data about this. >> you guys assume that he would be looking at that information. he was looking at issues and ideas that got him votes. that would not have gotten him a vote. the fact that he ignore that information and went for the closer with joe six-pack -- >> let's get back to joe six- pack. the journalist -- we pick it apart because that is what w
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Aug 28, 2016 7:30am PDT
oakland, mild for the china town street fest there with temperatures near 70, 85 in pleasant ton for the good guys national car show. and a day in the park, sunny and mid 80s. the air quality forecast around the bay is not bad. here is a look at your extended forecast. we are going to bump temperatures up by a couple degrees today and tomorrow and then we will see warming inland later in the week as that ridge builds. i am not going to see a lot of change around the bay and along the coast, in the 60s and 70s around the bay. 80s inland. it could be triple digits. for those who don't like triple digits, you're welcome. >>> are you on facebook? >> no. >> are you kidding? there might not be privacy on facebook. how the company is showing your political views online. >> closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by living spaces furniture. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, there's a good chance one company has figured out your political >>> if you think you have been discrete about political leanings on social media, there is a good chance one country has figured out your political preferences. f
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Jun 11, 2017 7:30am PDT
is back in california after a high- profile trip to china where he is trying to build a coalition of states and nations to fight climate change. during his trip to china, the governor signed an agreement with the chinese government calling for research, investment and cleaner technologies. governor brown has joined world leaders in forming a coalition to limit greenhouse grasses -- gases worldwide. friday in san francisco, he welcomed germany to the coalition. although state agreements with foreign governments are not legally binding. >> there is a lot to be done. because of a certain lack of focus in washington, it will be more imperative for the states to take responsibility. >> california may be a leader in cutting emissions but progress has been slow. california air resources found that the state's greenhouse gas emissions dropped less than 1% from 2014, until 2015. >> with governor brown acting as a world leader in his own right, stakes are high for the next california governor. a new poll by the berkeley institute of governmental studies shows a former los angeles mayor trailin
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Jul 2, 2017 7:30am PDT
the wheel. >>> to politics, president donald trump will call leaders of japan and china today. the white house says trump will speak with the japanese prime minister and then the chinese president. they did not say what the leaders will discuss but this is as frustration builds over north korea's nuclear program. friday trump declared that u.s. patience with the north korean regime is over. >>> despite criticism from his party, the tweets from president trump have not slowed down. he was back on twitter last night and he was also on stage taking aim at the media. >> reporter: the president returned to washington saturday to deliver remarks to one of his core group of supporters. veterans. >> there is no place i would rather be than with you. >> reporter: a mega church in dallas sponsored the event at the kennedy center during which the president railed against the media. >> the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house, but i am president and they're not. >> reporter: the antimedia rant began saturday on twitter as trump reignited his feud with hosts of msnbc mornin
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Nov 1, 2015 7:30am PST
about this race in north beach in china town that that's got everybody so worked up. >> for the mayor, it is really do or die in san francisco. for folks that don't lift here, there are two parties in san francisco. our mayor is a moderate and our board of supervisors is run by a board of moderators. this has the potential to put a progressive in the seat and butt heads with until the end of his term. >> your recollection of peskin while he was on the board of supervisors. >> i can tell you it was a nightmare for me. >> which might be a blessing for the city. no. no. >> he's a different person today than he was at the time that he stepped in to deal with me. if you recall, i was the object. >> yes. >> of the progressives destroy. they wanted to destroy me. peskin was leading that pack. they didn't succeed obviously. but they sure did try. believe me, i still have bite marks where the progressives went after me. they dug into me. and what they found probably poisoned them. hopefully. >> on this, julie christianson is being touted as a moderate. but still very, very liberal. >> we're ta
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May 8, 2016 7:00am PDT
injuries have been reported. >>> searching in southeastern china after a massive landslide, 33 people are still missing. and that torrential downpour causing the earth to give way, and burying the hydroelectric power station under construction, and seven workers were rescued. >>> learning more about the fedex robbers that were suspected of hitting and injuring eight sacramento chp officer, from the bay area and charged with dui. the officer was outside in his patrol car, helping with another accident and did was hit early yesterday morning, and was seriously injured but is expected to be okay. >>> and ramirez identified as the driver facing felony dui charges in a possession of a controlled substance. >>> only two more days to enjoy the popular park before it gets the major makeover, alamo square, closing to the public on tuesday, and renovations including irrigation, wheelchair accessible bathroom, and a doggie play area and the park will reopen in december. >>> the san francisco zoo celebrating mother's day by offering bomb a free admission, and check out the new animal moms on exhi
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Nov 22, 2015 7:30am PST
of the messenger services are based overseas in russia and china. you can't ban encryption that is taking place there. that is what a lot of terrorists are using. i would ban assault weapons in this country before i would start to ban encryption. silicon valley can do a better job of working with us to identify who the people are. i think the cat is out of the bag when it comes to encryption. we now just need to know what are the terrorists doing, where are they and how can silicon valley better work with the fbi? >> thank you for joining us. let's move on. i guess first stop, look at the weather? >>> sounds good. here's a live shot of dublin this morning where we have a nice clear start to our sunday. upper 40s, lower 50s to start off the day. some nice high clouds there. here's what you can expect today. sunshine with mild temperatures today. a cooling trend though is on the way. that starts tomorrow. with the chance of rain that we are tracking for tuesday. it's also going to get much colder in the days ahead. so let's fly around the bay now and look at some of the highs today.
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Aug 2, 2015 7:30am PDT
billion. i mean, it is one of the biggest companies and growing into china, india, asia. on the homefront as noted, there are questions about the relationship not only with the drivers but with insurance companies and with local governments as well as they constantly expand in what they call the shared economy. >> that's another sort of story of the legislation trying to catch up with tech no the gee -- technology that's really being widely used. >>> state lawmakers helping to grow a bigger business environment for cannabis industry. >> the two sides met in sacramento and they're trying to figure out ways to make it easier and safer for dispensaries to pay their bills. banks can't work with them because marijuana is still a -- >> banks look at the situation and say i don't want to be part of this. the result of that is all the legitimate cannabis businesses now they have to do everything with cash. that's not safe. that's not safe for communities. that's not safe for employees. >> they're facing the same issues in colorado and washington where recreational pot is legal but so far nobody h
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Jun 18, 2017 7:30am PDT
, china, other countries. this country is losing its leadership in the world. >> the changes aren't expected to take effect for several months. if you already booked a trip to cuba the treasury department says you are good to go. >>> and senator cam lahairis is dashcami will -- camila harris is receiving a lot of attention. >> did you have any communication with russian businessmen? >> i didn't. a lot of people were at the convention. it's conceivable -- >> will you -- >> if you -- if i don't qualify it, you will accuse me of lying. i need to be correct as best i did i want you to be -- >> i am not able to be rushed this fast. it makes me nervous. >> the senate intelligence committee tornado attorney general jeff sessions on capitol hill, but he refused to answer some of the most pressing questions. >> let me state this clearly, colleagues. i have never met with or had any conversation with any russians or any foreign officials concerning any type of interference with any campaign or election. >> under oath the attorney general said because he recused himself from the investigation
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Aug 6, 2017 7:30am PDT
increased the penalty of the ballistic activity to a whole new level. >> russia and china both support the new sanctions sanctions. >>> and keeping a close watch on north korea. it has been 72 years since the atomic bomb was dropped on hiroshima by the united states. and a special ceremony at the peace memorial park, the prime minister says he wishes the world to be free of nuclear weapons. the city marked the anniversary of the attack that killed 140,000 people with a somber ceremony. and a minute of silence to remember the dead trimming today in the south bay, folks are invited to the peak the crossroads in san jose to remember hiroshima. the event will be from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the intersection of stevens creek and winchester boulevard. >>> president trump is setting the record straight amid reports he is on a 17 day vacation. the president tweeted "working in bedminster, new jersey and long planned construction is being done at the white house. this is not a vacation. meetings and calls." >> the first family is staying at the trump national golf club. the secret
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