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Nov 1, 2013 11:00pm PDT
. >>> why our chicken can be ship to china turning to the food that we eat. >>> the chaos, wait until you hear the 911 call that we just got, we'll be back in 80 seconds. >>> would you eat chicken made in china in thanks to a federal deal that's raised in america. only on kpix 5, it can whine up on your dinner plate without you knowing. >> at home with the lee's family, what's for dinner? chicken nuggets? >> i like it. >> but does mom like the idea that as soon as next summer that nuggets can be made processed checken in china. chicken in china. >> it makes me nervous. >> people have the right to be really suspicious of it. >> the fda recently tied death of 600 dogs and cats from treats of china. >> the u.s. sda has cleared the way for chinese poultry process sor so ship meats to china. >> and it has to come back fully cooked. >> if it is cooked it should be perfectly safe. >> despite of cheap labor in china, how does it make economic sense to send raw poultry 6000 miles all the way and back just to have it cook. there is much a bigger deal being have. >> we think the usda cut corners
CBS
Feb 18, 2015 11:00pm PST
lovers in the bay area and china, they hope now will be the time to remember the story of a little dog who inspired a movement. cate caugurian explains. >> reporter: her name is duadua. she is one lucky dog. >> she made it over. >> it was a long journey. >> reporter: two years ago, she was a test dog at a vet school in china. when the students were finished with her, she was about to be sold for her meat. >> she was a day away from being eaten. >> reporter: but good fortune shined on her. thanks to this woman. andrea spotted the dog looking out a small window. she bought the dog and brought her by bus and plane back to the bay area where dua now lives with her best friend boomer and east bay attorney martha. eating dog meat is legal in china, but it is unregulated and some say unsafe. not only that, a growing number of animal lovers in china and taiwan believe it is just plain brutal. >> for all of the people who china actively fighting against this, we stand with them. >> reporter: many of the dogs appear to be stolen pets. some are still wearing their collars as they are stuffed into
CBS
Mar 2, 2017 1:37am PST
happen in san francisco's china town in years. a $20 million project. the much anticipated grand opening was tonight. kpix5's andria borba was there. >> reporter: the sidewalks are overflowing with vegetable vendors but san francisco's china town hasn't exactly been a destination for foodies. restaurantuer george chen wants to change that. >> the white box with the mysterious brown sauce. absolutely. thatthere is nothing wrong with that. but i think with the world becoming more closer place, and china booming, there is a lot more to learn about it. >> reporter: this is chen's entry into the china town food scene, china live. for chen, tenderloin it's a way to challenge preconceived notions of what chinese food is. >> there is a lot more to soy sauce. >> reporter: he is hoping to match the reality of china town where fresh food is at the center. and not shops killed with tourist stuff. >> i see ladies hand picking vegetables. if they can do that, why can't chinese restaurants? >> reporter: it has been three years in the making on busy broadway and include area a safer retail shop.
CBS
Nov 7, 2013 1:35am PST
were place to party. >> in the heart of china town from a secret entryway, we descended under the streets into one basement. our guide committee activist is in the late 1870s and for decades afterward, this was part of an underground china town, a haven for gambling, prostitution, opium and drinking under prohibition. >> people would always talk about don't go under because there's things down there that's dangerous. >> china town revitalization, says she's led more than 1500 people on tours into this dark world over the years, under the cob scombebs behind peepholes. she shines light on her history. as a boy, her father used to run here with friends. >> they would challenge each other and say i bet i could go from here to over here and see how fast they could doit. >> almost like a secret maize? >> yeah yes. >> the rooms were hidden under the streets of family-owned shops, schools and temples. historic china town once housed a donz ethnic communities including african americans, greeks and japanese. this fall, archaeologists are digging for remnants of china town's history. the r
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Aug 21, 2015 11:00pm PDT
high. china's slow down is not helping. oil is slipping to a six year low. >> what we have seen here, we are overdue for a correction. but oh boy is it coming on hard and fast. that makes us a little more agitated and makes it feel worse than it is. so good news, definitely not, but cataclysmic? definitely not. >> one bright spot, home sales were up. and the concern the fed might raise a key interest rate next month. but if the markets keep trading like this, the fed will think twice about a rate hike. allen martin, kpix5. >>> chinese money has been pouring into the bay area for years. only on five tonight, christian christian found the problems in china are starting to have an impact here. >> reporter: the bay area real estate gold rush is alive and real, but even realtors flinched amid the financial news. >> we are monitoring the stock market. >> reporter: for good reason. realtor ken deleon says the down payments come from tock options and the other thing is overseas in china. >> the most recent drops in the u.s. stock market and chinese stock market is cause for concern. >>
CBS
May 13, 2014 1:37am PDT
an orphanage in china. >> she was like a little shell of a child. >> reporter: one smile, one song, one hug at a time the couple gradually opened maya's heart. >> i saw what a fell's love does for -- a family's love does for a child. she just looked like a normal kid. >> reporter: ginny figured why not offer loving familylike care to all of china's orphans abandoned in the country's one child population control policy. four years ago she approached the government with the same determination she employed in hollywood. >> would you let me partner with you so that i and other adoptive families like me can give back in gratitude? >> what made you think that the chinese government would open its doors to you? >> it wasn't easy. i'm not going to pretend it was ever easy, but it's been extraordinary. >> reporter: extraordinary because china allowed her, a foreigner, to launch a year long child nurturing programming in two of its own on everybody najs. soon -- orphanages. soon beijing was sending delegates to see the transformation for themselves. >> all the institutional behaviors were fa
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Feb 2, 2014 11:00pm PST
for >>> china camp say state beach popular with the locals and hollywood loves to use it about for its movie sets but it is home to a descent ents. >> reporter: walking the long pier to his fishing boat most days, he has been doing this for more than 80 years. he is the last resident of the historic fishing village. only now this is little to catch in these bay waters. >> there is mothing out there hardly anymore. the last time we went out we caught three dozen shrimp. normally we would get several hundred pounds. >> he grew up here in china camp. the grandson of one of the first residents from the 1800s. 500 chinese immigrants lived here. fishing for shrimp from the mud naps ark lop the bay. by 1880, china camp was one of the largest in california. 3 million pounds of shrimp caught. but, new chinese laborers were banned from immigrates to america. fishing operations shutdown but the demand for shri had mp only grew. >> reporter: frank's parents met here, married, raised a family and in the 1930s resumed s had hrimp fishing after restrikes were eased. -- tpreufrpbg -- frank helped.
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Nov 14, 2013 11:00pm PST
china town is the oldest china town in the county and home to one of the largest asian communities outside of china but the population is shrinking. >> reporter: china town has been a gateway for immigrants since the gold rush. they live together, shop for familiar foods and socialize. but something happening that threatens the survival of this community. on average a 17% drop in the chinese population around china town in the past 10 years. >> the main reason is because they are forced out. >> reporter: property values shot up because of the tech boom so landlords are getting out of the business. econvicting 10 wants so they could sell their units. there are two apartment buildings being converted. that means a half dozen families will disappear on this one block alone. including him and his wife. they lived in their neighborhood for 30 years. they have till february to move out. [ speaking foreign language ] >> stressful. nights when i can't sleep over this. i don't know where to go. as seniors i really worry whether or not any landlord will rent to me. >> reporter: they live on
CBS
Apr 3, 2015 11:00pm PDT
. >> only on 5, why starbucks thought a man born in san jose was a coffee spy from china. >> and there is help for your water starved lawn if anyone can get water for free. >> how is this for you? high ins the 50s . three straight days with a chance of rainfall, and a snow level of 4,000 feet. january? no. next week! we will talk about it coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> starbucks has apologized to a bay area man after one of its executives accused him of trying to steal trade secrets and take them to china. sharon chin spoke to the man in an interview you will see on 5. >> reporter: bay area native daniel was on a trip to seattle when a starbucks executive came up to him. >> i want you to know, we are very open with our equipment, if you want to take any of it to china, you can take it. >> reporter: he came back. >> you know what you can't get in china? our training. [ laughter ] >> how did you react to that? >> i think that i was really shocked and taken aback. we didn't know what to think. we were dumbfounded. >> reporter: daniel complained to starbucks and detailed the comments in a
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Mar 14, 2014 11:00pm PDT
credibility over the last week. china and vietnam accused of it withholding information and giving misinformation. no word from the u.s. government at this late hour, but the conclusion is in line with what u.s. officials have been leaning toward all day long. that foul play was to blame. in the meantime, the search for the plane continues. u.s. navy is helping with that search as we have been telling you and we will keep you updated during this newscast. >>> other news tonight, a woman surfer drowned this evening at pacifica state beach. they used an all terrain vehicle to get to the body. conditions were not great today. >> the only rip currents, the bad ones here are at the northern end of the beach near round house. it swirls through there when the tides are are like this. with the moon the way it was, the rip was probably working pretty well today. >> it is unclear what happened. the woman has not been identified. >>> today, students of city college of san francisco have some powerful support. a city supervisor an a state assemblyman have joined a protest at city hall to deman
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Sep 8, 2014 11:00pm PDT
california connection. usand mile >> ever been to china? well, your calamari probably has. why california caught squid is making a 12,000-mile trip to your plate. this is a different kind of airline. one that invented low-fares so everyone could fly. one that decides where to go next by putting your needs first. and knows people are its most powerful fuel. some say we do things differently. we say, why would we do things any other way? without a heart, it's just a machine. (vo) ours is a world of the red-eyes. (daughter) i'm really tired. (vo) the transfers. well, that's kid number three. (vo) the co-pilots. all sitting... ...trusting... ...waiting... ...for a safe arrival. introducing the all-new subaru legacy. designed to help the driver in you... ...care for the passenger in them. the subaru legacy. it's not just a sedan. it's a subaru. kids suffering from an intee respiratory illness. >>> tonight hospitals across the country are filling up with kids suffering from an intense respiratory illness. it's called enterovirus d68. it causes coughing and difficulty breathing. it sp
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Dec 3, 2016 1:37am PST
please. a nose in need deserves puffs, indeed. with china... all because of one phone call. good evening, i'm ken bastida. i'm elizabeth cook. just a short time ago.. china's foreign minister called it.. a "small trick by taiwan." in a break with nearly 4-decades >>> a short time ago, the china foreign minister called it a small trick by taiwan in a break with for decades of us policy, the president-elect spoke with the president of taiwan by phone and that moved struck a a nerve with beijing. >> it is believed no us president or president-elect has spoken directly with the leader of taiwan since the united states severed ties in 1979 and the transition team said so that they talked about the close ties between taiwan and the united states and he congratulated president-elect trump as picked - - for his victory. the us broke formal relations with taiwan in 1979 as part of the washington one china policy. >> the notion that the united states in the incoming - - might be supporting a pro- independent agenda. >> mr. trump has ignored briefing opportunities before speaking with world
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Oct 1, 2013 1:35am PDT
smog to china betrays california's green promise. >>> what more do you need? you have a con sdmregs the da tells us why he dropped charges against the guy who killed a dodgers fan. >>> we go undercover.,,,, female announcer: female announcer: save up to 35% on a huge selection of clearance mattresses. get two years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. sleep train's inventory clearance sale is on now. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ yes, california has set many environmental standards for country, and the world, to follow. . >>> well, tonight, a dirty little secret exposed. yep. california has sent set many environmental standards for the country and world to follow, by christin ayers shows us about something california is doing that smacks of green hypocrisy. >> ken, oil refineries in california have been processing. that processing comes at quite a cost. check this out. what's inside this bag is a five blafk hoodi sxeshgs very dirty powder oh, can i get you a bag of koch. >> you wouldn't know about it unless you live near it like marilyn. >> this is petroleum koch
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Oct 30, 2015 1:37am PDT
have more than one baby if they choose. china has officially ended its one child policy. why change it now after all these years? that's what kpix5's cate cauguiran went to find out. lonely. t today's announcemt changes these yo >> reporter: last year sherry james said she was worried about her son being an only child. >> he'll feel lonely. >> reporter: today's announcement changes everything. sherry and these young women no longer have to stop at one. >> it is a historical moment for china, for chinese people. >> reporter: families can now have two kids. this usf professor says this change was purely a business move. >> currently china is having slow economic growth, so how to reverse that, how to keep china's growth engine going. you need people. >> reporter: china's population is getting older she says and there are not enough workers. >> there are fewer and fewer young people coming into the decades. >> reporter: china's policy was designed to slow population growth, but it was unpopular with some including forced abortion. [ audio difficulties ] >> the imbalance it created by the
CBS
Oct 23, 2014 1:37am PDT
tourists around san francisco, a racist rant. >> reporter: san francisco's china town named one of the nation's best neighborhoods last year, but one tour guide does not agree. >> [bleep] your little food. [bleep] your markets with your turtles and your frogs inside. okay? >> reporter: with enough f bombs to make george carlin blush, a tour guide working her last shift lefts the tourists know what she thinking of china town. >> [bleep] your three or four people inside of your little sros. >> reporter: the video appears to be no joke. much of it not safe for tv. >> when you come to america, you have to assimilate a little bit. here in america, we don't eat turtles and frogs but they have to bring that here to america. there is a limit. okay? you have to assimilate a little bit. >> reporter: in the cross hairs, salons, the crosswalks, the food, the language barrier. >> we are sad that in 2014, someone would utter these racist comments. >> [bleep] your dragons. >> reporter: about a minute into the video, listen closely. that's applause. >> i hope that we learn that they didn't understand
CBS
Aug 12, 2017 2:07am PDT
china indicated that if the u.s. strikes north korea first, it would intervene on north korea's behalf. >> i will be speaking to the president from china tonight and we've been working very closely with china and with other countries. that phone call will take place tonight. >> military experts do not believe north korea has the capability to hit california with a nuclear bomb at this time. still locals are is an aide to supervisor mark ferrell. this week he tweeted check that off the list, got our first constituent call asking if according to active nuclear no the emergency operations center. >> it's not arce nessfoarr ily situations the best thing is to shelter in place. >> that wasn't always the case. in 1971 the city of san francisco announced it would officially accommodate 3.2 million people in shelters in case of a nuclear attack. these aren't necessarily shelters built to be shelters. most of them are buildings around the city. case in point, the crown zeller box building the city, 4,000 people could shelter in this garage in case of a nuclear attack. there are 28,000 u.s. troo
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Sep 20, 2014 1:37am PDT
. they had left for camp davi by now, you know about alibaba's epic i-p-o: china's e- commerce giant is now worth 231 billion dolla after going public today. but.. get this: it all started when alibaba's founder.. th guy.. jack ma.. walked arou san francisco.. asking stras if they knew the word aliba. he got the answer he wanted: alibaba and open sesame.. t ability to gain access to all kindsf treasure.. today alibaba is china's amazon, ebay and pal all in one, and.. as of tonight jack ma is the richest man in china. big day for apple fans.. especially those in palo al: 3-2-1... woo! (cheers) apple c-e-o tim cook and staffers welcomed throngs of customers into the store at exactly 8:00 this morning. had camped out since tuesda. to get their hands on the new iphone six. through . >>> tim cook welcomes customers in the store this morning. some had camped out since tuesday. he walked through and posed for selfies. only with an i-phone. he says he came to the store because he wanted to share in the excitement. >> it's wonderful. unbelievable. >> reporter: thei -phone 6 and 6 plus generat
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May 12, 2013 11:00pm PDT
started this weekend... but not where you might expect -- this wa a lake in china. more than a- thousand people took par the >>> a carnival for hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts start thursday weekend but not where you might expect this was at a lake in china. 1,000 people took part in the 3- day trip. the largest event ever held for harley davidson enthusiast in china and it comes before a big water festival. >> i hope you had a great mother's day. hopefully all of the moms out there as well. >> and your mom, too? >> yes. >>and you? >> lovely. >> all right. warriors! on a winning streak. the sharks, the giants now we have to get the a's "gameday is" is next -- "gameday" is next
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Oct 25, 2014 11:00pm PDT
francisco's china town. oakland's china town is showing support. mark kelly has more. >> your three or four people inside each one of your little sr os. >> to me, this not only hurtle but absolutely wrong. >> reporter: carl chan raised this rally against racism after this video surfaced in san francisco showing a tour guide gone wild. >> here in america, we don't eat turtles and frogs. >> reporter: the tour guide has apologized. david chu spoke with her writing on her facebook saying she seems to be coming to understand that her comments were not comedic but this is too little too late. >> she casing it is only a joke. but that is no joke to us. because we are the ones at the receiving end. >> being an african-american, you know, coming up in oakland, you run into those experiences so you know how hurtful it is. >> reporter: this was the tour guide's last day on the job, but the most unsettling part of the video, the audience rewarded her hateful words with a round of applause. [ applause ] in oakland, mark kelly, kpix5. >> the tour company says what she said is not a representation
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Aug 12, 2015 11:00pm PDT
toll is growing from this huge explosion in china. >> it has come to this. rent prices are so crazy in one bay area city, a one bedroom apartment is now going for $6,500 a month. >> get clean and use 70% ,,,,,,, >> back to our breaking news tonight. 980 in downtown oakland has finally reopened. this is from about 40 minutes ago. dozens of people protesting the police killing of a suspect earlier today in oakland. they got up on the freeway and blocked all lanes of traffic. chp showed up and cleared that group off the roadway. >>> this is not a war zone. it is a major port city in china. and tonight, at least 44 people there are dead after this massive explosion. allen martin shows us the blast was so big it registered as an earthquake. >> reporter: this view from a high-rise in the chinese industrial town of tianjin shows a ball of fire grows on the horizon. the flames quickly seemed to die down. then ... a massive explosion lights up the night sky ripping through area buildings. sending out powerful shock waves felt several miles away. authorities say it was equivalent to 20 tons o
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Jun 26, 2017 11:00pm PDT
ultra rich overseas buyers particularly from china dropping tons of cash on extravagant homes. take this 6500 square foot home sitting on 18 acres of land in portola valley on the market for just under $17 million, complete with a two-bedroom guest house, views of the santa cruz mountains, a spa room, and -- >> this wine cellar is amazing. >> reporter: but he's seen a slowdown in one kind of buyer. >> the middle class in china because of the crackdowns on some of the current migration rules. they've been finding it more and more difficult to get money outside of china. >> reporter: chinese authorities have escalated its enforcement on investors parking money offshore since last year and got even stricter in 2017. under trump, properties are moving fast. about 20% of the homes de leon sold in palo alto and atherton this year sat on the market in the fall and sold after his election win. betty yu, kpix 5. >>> do you think you had a lousy flight last time you were in an airplane? check this out. scary moments for travelers flying from australia to malaysia. their plane started shaking
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Feb 21, 2013 1:35am PST
from china claimed the cash and drove to leave this note on their door. thanking them for their honesty. >> it was meant for us. i think it was -- somebody else, money wouldn't be turned in. >> reporter: an act of love for a perfect stranger and a valentine's day unlike any other. >> never forget it. >> no. easy to remember. [ laughter ] >> reporter: he was scheduled to return to china today. he spoke with the couple and invited them to come and visit him anytime and he said he would put them up there and serve as their personal guide in china. >> i was waiting for the reward part. had to be something there. more than a note. >> reporter: they said they weren't expecting a reward. made them feel good. >> good for them. thank you for that. >>> facebook and google teaming up now to help you live longer. >> giving millions of kls to scientists to -- dollars to scientists who are working on diseases. >> i think our society needs more heroes, scientists, researchers, engineers. you are doing the amazing work. the thing we could do is build institutions that celebrate and reward and r
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Aug 3, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. carter evans, cbs news, loss loss. >>> relief workers are flooding into china to help with earthquake relief. more than 2500 military personnel are hoping to locate victims after a large quake struck this afternoon. at least 381 people are dead. 1800 are hurt. >> reporter: rescue crews in this remote town had in china worked through the night carrying survivors from the rebel of a magnitude 6.1 quake on their backs. other his to be taken away on makeshift stretchers with iv bags hanging from sticks. close to 400 people are dead and 2,000 are injured after a quake hit the region of the province sunday afternoon. people north of the capitol city were seen running into the streets as buildings shook. about 12,,homes there, many of them old and made out of brick -- 12,000 homes there, many of them old and made out of brick, are reduced to nothing. thousands of soldiers are now in the disaster zone trying to reach an, as yet, unknown number of missing people. rescuers are racing against the clock to find those who may still be alive in an area where communecasion and power have been cut of
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Jul 2, 2015 1:37am PDT
corruption scandal turn on another alleged accomplice china mob boss shrimp boy chow? >> no thank you, no. no. the government is not interested in his tell the, nor does he have any testimony. in fact -- testimony, nor does he have any testimony. in fact, as i lead this case, i haven't got the slightest idea why he's in the same case with mr. shrimp boy. >> leland yee will be sentenced in october. the racketeering charge could send him to prison for 20 years. >>> at san jose airport a 25- year-old woman died after crashing her red pontiac outside the terminals this morning. she slammed into a family of five including a baby inside an suv. paramedics rushed them to the hospital with minor injuries. >>> tonight the federal government wants to know are the airlines in cahoots to make us all pay more? veronica tells us the investigation into price fixing. >> the airlines under investigation are the industry heavyweights. american, southwest and united were ordered to turn over all communications from the past two years related to airline capacity. the feds want to know whether the carrier
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Mar 11, 2014 11:00pm PDT
hot spots. now, i want to show you exactly where the fire is. it is at fourth and china basin on the other side of mission creek from at&t park near the ucsf mission bay campus. let's go live to joe vasquez who has more. >> reporter: liz, we just got a briefing from the bat tullian chief. while it is not under control, it is not out of control either. they have water pouring from all over. they don't believe it will catch the other buildings in the area. the chief also tells us a firefighter was burned and is going to be okay. that is the only injury which is incredible considering how huge the fire was. flames shot 40 feet in the air. it was visible from all parts of the city and beyond. >> we are told the workers got off around 3:30 or 4:00. when we got on scene, it was not a big fire, but once it got going, it really took off. >> reporter: the chief says the building is likely a total loss. it was supposed to be a 360 unit apartment complex right in the middle of several other complexes along forth street. some of the surrounding buildings were also under construction. the biggest
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Jul 17, 2014 11:00pm PDT
in china. >> reporter: ming wu was buying a car at a nearby dealership when he heard the cries. >> that's the guy? trying to pull a woman from her car. and then he heard screaming from the lady. >> reporter: alameda county sheriff's deputies say it was a savage case of domestic violence. a man publicly beating a woman as witnesses watched in horror. >> he was smashing her head violently on the car and dragging her up and down the sidewalk and repeatedly beating her. >> reporter: an assault so violently, a deputy who arrived on his motorcycle quickly abandoned the bike and rushed to the woman's side. that is where the details get murky. witnesses say the deputy pulled the woman from the car and the suspect tried to drive away. >> he may have tried to hit one of our officers an the female victim as well. >> reporter: whatever happened, the deputy opened fire though it appears the suspect was not armed. >> the officer shot him like, six or seven bullets. >> reporter: the suspect died a short time later, wu told us he believers the officer did what he had to do. something authoriti
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May 28, 2013 11:00pm PDT
systems are now in the hands of cyber sxies david martin tels us all signs are pointing to china. >> there are 29 weapons systems on the list ranging from the newest jet fighter to missile defense systems protecting u.s. bases in asia, plus another 29 technologies still under development from invisible laser beams that can destroy aircraft to an electromagnetic gun that fires a projectile at eight times the speed of sound. the report by the defense science board says the pentagon has sustained staggering losses of information incorporating years of combat knowledge and experience. it doesn't openly accuse china, but privately officials say that's who did it. many of the systems like the navy's newest combat ship and marine's are part of the obama administration's military buildup in the pacific. design information would help china develop their own versions of those weapons or come up with ways to defeat them. the report goes far beyond the compromise of secrets to warn that virtually all u.s. military operations depend on computer networks vulnerable to cyber attack. pentagon te
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Nov 30, 2015 11:00pm PST
president urged china and india to join the u.s. in fighting pollution, china is notorious for being blanketed in pollution like this and having the worst air in the world. >>> suspect in the planned parenthood shooting in colorado made his first court appearance today, these are the victims officer garret swasey, kiara stewer, an iraq war veteran, ask jennifer markovsky, a mother of two. julia good rich, the mother of the suspect says he could face death penalty. >> reporter: robert lewis dear showed up, asked if he had any question. >> no questions. >> reporter: sources say wept to the clinic with a duffle bag full of weapons and brought propane tanks in his car he could shoot and cause an explosion. when he surrendered he reportedly said no more baby parts. that may have been a reference to videos founded and edited by antiabortion activistists where they say they talked of selling body parts from aborted fetuses. dear lived in hartsville, 65 miles west of colorado springs in a mobile home, he was described as reducive, a man who never interacted with others and would rarely make
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Aug 25, 2015 1:37am PDT
, especially china. >> china has been melting down for several months now. >> reporter: michelle emphasizes this is a correction, not a crash. >> when you see a market that's really been grinding higher for 6 1/2 straight years without corrections, the velocity and the trade movement downward's pretty intense. that's what we're seeing right now of. >> reporter: while the urge to grab your money and run may be high, michelle says now is the time to stay the course. >> it's tough now. this is not the time to be selling into the tsunami. i really try to encourage my clients to take a step back. are you making an emotional decision? are you making a decision that's well thought out because of your allocation? >> reporter: now the concerns over the chinese market are so intense that apple ceo tim cook actually e-mailed cnbc's jim cramer of mad money to assure him sales in klein aarp still strong. this e-mail helped -- in china were still strong. this e-mail helped apple stock bounce back a bit. >> a lot of people saying this is overdue, though. >> very much overdue. >>> fuel prices also falling,
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Jul 29, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. >>> new at 11:00, president trump taking aim at china following yesterday's missile test by north korea. he tweeted i'm very disappointed in china, our foolish past leaders allowed them to make hundreds of billions of dollars in trade, but they do nothing for us with north korea, just talk. we'll no longer allow this to continue. china could easily solve this problem. in a statement today the chinese government condemned yesterday's launch, but hasn't taken action. north korea claims the missile is capable of hitting target weres across the aggravated assault -- targets across the u.s. >>> and coming up, a video that could give you a stomachache. >> could joey chestnut become the taco eating championship? >>> and the gathering in southern california where anything goes. we'll show you some heated moments. >> reporter: a san jose earthquake survivor was able to thank the man that saved his life in a pre-game ceremony. we'll show you the emotional reunion coming up. >>> and more warm weather in store for the bay area. the forecast coming up in a minute. oakland tonight. dozens of tenants
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Nov 10, 2017 1:37am PST
going to put america first. earlier, he tried to turn on the charm in china, he lavished praise on the president and blamed past american presidents for a large trade imbalance.>> i don't blame china after all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens. i give china great credit. >> he is seeking their help with north korea, urging the president to act faster and cut off financial aid. >>> one of the most powerful woman in the democratic party is telling all. about russian hacking, clinton campaign money, and the moment at a beyonci concert. >> reporter: she said she found herself as chair of the dnc, who wasn't allowed to control spending all while she says the russian were releasing's weapons of mass disinformation against hillary clinton. on stage at the memorial theater was audrey cooper, she broke down the election and promotion of her new book. >> they corrupted data, what you didn't know is that they got into our voter files. >> reporter: when she was briefed by the fbi about the extent of russian hacking into the
CBS
Nov 12, 2014 1:37am PST
. >>> china made a breakthrough to cut greenhouse missions. president obama and china's president unveiled new targets in beijing. the new goal to reduce 26 to 28% by 2025 compared to the 2005 levels. earlier in his presidency, president obama pledged cutting emission levels by 17% by 2020. >>> in about an hour-and-a- half, we human beings will try to do something in outer space that has never been done before. paul watches the skies for us tonight. he is aiming higher into the heavenning. >> much higher. there is a comet zooming by at 49,000 miles an hour. trying to paint this picture. 300million miles away from earth. and europeans are trying to land a spacecraft on the comet. the rosetta space probe has been flying across the solar system the past ten years. in about 90 minutes, they are going to release a landing craft. once it is released, it can't be steered. that is fancy jargon for saying they are dropping it. the comet has to be in the right position for touchdown. scientists hope the probe will land and help us learn more about the composition of comets and how they reac
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Sep 15, 2016 1:37am PDT
the first death involving tesla technology. the accident in china happen in january and tesla did not reveal the information that could have saved brown. he argues with the lack of's safety standards is allowing tesla and other companies who want autopilot technology to use drivers as guinea pigs. after the accident in florida tesla said in a statement the drivers acknowledged the system is new technology. and in a beta phase. drivers are told to keep their hands on the wheel and that you need to maintain control and responsibility for your vehicle while using it. >> we don't call a device autopilot if you expect people to put hands on the wheel. >> reporter: he reached out to tesla that happen in china but we have a not heard back. >>> goobers self driving cars have hit the road in pennsylvania. ford fusions feature 20 cameras a radar system a 360 degree 3-d map. uber launched the pilot program and pittsburgh today and uber engineer sits in the driver seat to take the wheel in case of an emergency. >>> what is causing smartphone batteries to catch fire? samsung claims a manufactu
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Apr 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
, look at that. a talking nixon. [line rings] china panda. yeah. i'd like to place an order. uh, yes, what you like? this supreme flounder, it says, "first time served in america." is that true? what number? 47. yeah, first time. what else? uh, that's it. address? 78 west 86th street, apartment 3e. that's south side. sorry, we don't deliver below 86th. i'm not below. yes, you are. street itself is boundary. your guy can't cross to my side? if we deliver to you, then what? 85th street, wall street, mexico, 84th street? all right, fine. i'll just cross and meet him. sorry. food only for those who live within boundary. [ring] china panda. [disguising voice] uh, yeah, yeah. i'd like to place an order. uh, what you like? well, i'm a papa. bring it on. nothing's throwing me at this point. well, as of today, i am proud parent of a one-mile stretch of the arthur burkhardt expressway. oh, that adopt-a-highway thing. yeah. i'm part of the solution now, jerry. yeah, i went down there, and i checked it out this morning. here, take a look. mile 114. oh, looks just like you. oh, i'm beaming, jerry
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Jun 8, 2013 1:35am PDT
with a mini summit with the president of china. they're expected to talk about a wide range of issues but spying will likely loom large, including accusations that chinese hackers are on the hunt for u.s. weapons secrets. >> the united states seeks an international economy and international economic order where nations are playing by the same rules, where trade is free and fair, and where the united states and china work together to address issues like cyber security and the protection of intellectual property. >> tonight china's president said his country is calling both sides to work on the issue. president obama isn't backing down on government surveillance. speaking in san jose today, he said it's worth it. sharon, first it was cell phone calls, then it was internet data, and tonight we're hearing about something else. >> yeah. it could change the way the u.s. fights cyber terrorism. an aggressive plan. it's part of a top secret presidential direction mr. obama ordered last fall that got linked to two newspaper. it's just the latest security controversy. >> nobody is listen
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Feb 9, 2017 11:00pm PST
tonight president trump agreed to honor the one china policy. mr. trump talked on the phone tonight with the chinese president xi jinping. tonight president trump agreed at xi's request to reaffirm the one china policy and maintain only unofficial ties with china's rival taiwan. >>> tonight democrats and republicans in washington finally have something they agree on. allen martin shows us they're calling for an ethics investigation into the president's senior advisor after she went on national tv and promoted ivanka trump's fashion line. senior white h >> i'm going to give a free commercial here. go buy it today, everybody. >> senior white house advisor kellyanne conway made the remark on a table tv interview this morning. >> go buy ivanka's stuff i'm going to tell you. >> the republican chair of the government oversight committee called conway's comments wrong, wrong, wrong, clearly off the line, unacceptable. >> it's a wonderful line. i own some of it. >> the white house says she's been spoken to. >> she's been counseled on on that subject and that's it. >> the top republican and
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May 9, 2014 1:37am PDT
from china and taiwan are coming to the bay area to have their babies. we've found online ads for so- called maternity homes in foster cities fremont and san jose. linda yee with a story only on kpix5. >> reporter: a curious 2-year- old with unusual beginnings. wanted th here: >> how are you? >> reporter: it's a taiwanese boy who was deliberately born in the usa just like his older brother. >> i was indeed worried and afraid, but the doctor and nurse were speakers, so i could communicate with them. >> reporter: his parents told us why they wanted their children born here. >> if the kid is a u.s. citizen, then he can get the education in the u.s. and that's where us get the benefit that a u.s. citizen can get. that's why we decide to do it. >> reporter: they are part of a growing number of expectant couples who come to america to grab that prize, instant u.s. citizenship for their baby. it is a right guaranteed in the 14th amendment to the constitution, but some say it's exploited and what's become a birth tourism industry. dozens of chinese agencies advertise package deals costing
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Jun 3, 2017 1:37am PDT
, jerry brown, before he flew to china. >> reporter: you going to china today, what message does that send to washington? >> wake up. >> reporter: we caught up with governor jerry brown boarding a flight to beijing to attend a clean energy summit going as the leader of the sixth richest economy in the world, the state of california. >> when mr. trump does something so outrageous to the science and to the reality of climate change, we can't stand idly by. this is serious stuff. >> reporter: when president trump pulled out of the climate accord, brown immediately formed the u.s. climate alliance with washington, new york, mexico and canada to honor the commitment of the agreement. those three states make up 1/5 of the population and 11% of the u.s. emissions. california has adopted the nation's toughest car emissions standards, then pushed solar and electric cars. >> the president says it's putting us at a disadvantage. mr. trump is wrong on the facts, wrong on the science, wrong on the economy. >> reporter: california has seen a boom in green jobs. andrew thurry was a plumber before wo
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Dec 6, 2016 1:37am PST
sunnyvale is a sign of how far the administration will go to keep china from buying sensitive technology. it's an unusual step and only the third time in 30 years that a u.s. president blocked a chinese deal on national security grounds. axtron is a german chip company with about 150 employees at its silicon valley division. the treasury department division said its technology has military applications. >> these semiconductors that are used in extremely punishing conditions such as the war zones and they're used in weapons including weapons of mass destruction. this is a security risk in the view of the u.s. government. >> reporter: a group of industry leaders that tackle regional problems. >> i foresee a chill coming down descending upon u.s./china relations. >> reporter: today the chinese government urged washington to stop getting involved and called mr. obama's decision political obstruction, a call that proposed a evan $740 million acquisition pure market behavior. -- a $740 million acquisition pure market behavior. >>> a freeze possible in a few isolated spots tomorrow n
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Jan 30, 2014 11:00pm PST
ready to ring in the year of the horse. joe vasquez is in china town with the preparations. >> reporter: the streets are full of excitement and fire works as the lunar new year is about an hour away. with it comes a lot of traditions. celebrating new year's eve tonight is 106-year-old dur and four generations of his family. he came to america when he was four years ole. his family was among the many we found. >> new years eve, they cook a lot of food. new year's day, they don't cook. they just play and enjoy. >> reporter: the dinner includes many traditions such as serving fish and fowl with heads attached symbolizing wholeness and life. oranges symbolizing wealth. >> i give everybody oranges to give great fortune. >> reporter: and the red packets of cash. >> as a kid it was great from of all the money you get. but yeah, growing up, it is a bit of getting back to the culture. >> you see here all the fireworks. all the bad spirits will go away. and hopefully, everything will come true what you wish for. >> reporter: here is wishing you a terrific year of the horse. joe vasqu
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