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Oct 16, 2013 11:00pm PDT
distrust toward china. >> a mother who says she was forced into an abortion, six months pregnant. accusations of chinese spies trying to hack their way into intel. the technology behind u.s. military drones. and now, the world's largest pork producer, smithfield bought by a chinese company, forced to apologize two years ago, after chinese media reported a subsidiary bought pigs tainted with an illegal additive, potentially fatal once consumed. human rights, espionage and food safety. headlines that have pushed some americans to either stay or grow more wary of china and the chinese. >> that's the way those who are gino phobic think, anything coming from china must be bad, it must be because the government is behind it. >> reporter: george koop began advising companies in china in 1978, he warns american political leaders and the people are worried about the wrong thing. >> the first fight is when china and japan and others lost total confidence in the american dollar and refused to buy any more treasury bonds. boy are we going to be in trouble then. >> the chinese alone earn $1.3
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Aug 12, 2017 11:00pm PDT
tension between the united states and north korea. many believe that china with strong ties with its neighbor to the south may be the key to reining north korea in. to get a better sense of that relationship we take a rare look at the china/north korea border. >> reporter: north korea's economic lifeline, the bridge connecting it to china. more than 3/4 of the trade with the region passes here. trucks line the streets and cross to the other side with building supplies, cement, heavy equipment. while severe united nations sanctions could slash a third of north korea's export revenue, at the choke point, this bridge, it's business as usual. it's normal to trade with north korea says this business owner. there's nothing to fear. but these days, tension is running high. the suspicion of foreign journalists force us to keep a low profile. china's pressure is crucial. though sanctions alone have never worked. >> china's priority has been stability and maintaining a buffer zone. so china is not going to fully implement sanctions or cut off trade completely. >> reporter: here, north kore
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May 28, 2017 11:00pm PDT
, specifically china, to encourage them, the u.s. has put on hold a big delivery of weapons to china's arch rival, taiwan. janice machi frar is in taiwan and had exclusive access to a military exercise there. >> reporter: taiwan's military is testing its fire power against the threat of invasion by china. most of the weaponry here is american-made. under a long-standing deal that makes the u.s. the island's sole arms supplier. this is a drill that the military sees as real. mainland china, just a hundred miles across the strait and relations are getting worse. but despite early pro-taiwan signals, the trump administration has stalled on deliver a billion dollar arms deal for weapons. a u.s. official told nbc news that holding back arms for taiwan was discussed as a way to improve ties with china at a time when president trump wants chinese help to rein in north korea opinion. >> every administration since bill clinton has eventually realized that beijing will not deliver on north korea, because beijing sees no interest in that issue being resolved completely. >> reporter: since the presiden
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Jul 26, 2016 11:00pm PDT
and china. >> did you say? >> yes. >> le bread. >> that's what they are known for. right? >> when they take the video, that means move on to the next story. >> take a look, that is kd, kevin durant and steph curry, pregame, or during the game at oakland tonight. the fans were loving it, his debut, not with the warriors but team usa. we are live at the oracle, we will have it next. ♪ and these are the lungs. (boy) sorry. (dad) don't worry about it. (vo) at our house, we need things that are built to last. that's why we got a subaru. (avo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. honey, is the internet back yet? yes!! i need to let her know that i like this! i like, like, like, like... i haven't seen a movie based on a comic book in so long. i know. we're over here internet people! get high speed internet from at&t. with over 99% reliability. at an everyday price with no extra monthly fees. keep calm, you internet's on. tonight. kevin durant and team usa were in oakland to take on team china. >>> we have a sneak peek at the newest member of the warriors tonight, kevin durant and steph
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Jul 29, 2017 11:00pm PDT
north korea's latest missile test. and president trump took to twitter, to criticize china for not doing enough to rein in north korea's president. nbc's jackie frayer has the latest. >> reporter: tonight, striking new images released by north korea, allegedly showing the intercontinental ballistic missile that could put major u.s. cities in striking range. cameras in northern japan capturing video of the missile, falling into the sea, just 230 miles off the coast. the videos have not been independently verified by nbc news. the late night launch was supervised by kim jong un who called the missile test a serious warning that their weapons could hit the entire u.s. mainland. >> kim jong un is dangerous, because he's unpredictable. and his technology and developments this missile system, which might hit the u.s., the mainland, is advancing. and we don't appear to have a strategy to deal with it. and he's taking advantage of that. >> reporter: it is now triggering an arms buildup in asia, with south korea confirming talks with the u.s. for stronger missiles. president moon jae-in ord
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Aug 7, 2013 11:00pm PDT
the bay area, unable to return to china. tonight, he speaks to us about his injuries. and the technicality that allowed him to sue the airline. jean elle joins us from sfo with the inside story. >> reporter: the 60-year-old passenger who filed this lawsuit tells me he's wondering if his life will ever be the same. he managed to walk off the wreckage that is still here at sfo. but tonight, he says, he can't escape the pain from a back injury or nightmares about the crash. >> with the seat belt, that made me not -- surprising enough. because the impact was very strong. >> reporter: henry says he remembers slamming to the tarmac when flight 214 crashed in sfo. but he's not sure how he ended up with a cracked jaw, a strained neck and a shattered vertebrae in his spine. >> i cannot -- because of the pain. also, i have -- >> reporter: he spent a restless and painful month recovering in a san francisco hotel. he can't return home to shanghai, china, and his job as a university professor, until his back heals and he can sit through the 11-hour flight. he's not sure when that will be o
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Nov 4, 2013 11:00pm PST
dream he's had since he was 10 back home in china. >> for a ten-year-old kid it was cool. >> a dream of becoming a commercial pilot. >> to be an airline pilot? >> yes, sir. >> this 27-year-old from tunisia shares that dream, getting his training at california airways flight school. >> i like to practice here. flying here. >> reporter: practice these students can't get at home because they don't have access there to smaller airplanes known as general aviation. >> america is one of the best countries in aviation. >> reporter: anthony had never set foot in an airplane until new year's day. he now has 100 hours in the cockpit. nearly 24,000 foreign pilots have got a commercial or air transport license over the last four years. thousands who come here to train hope to now join them. and california is a major destination state for these foreign students. according to the faa, arizona, california, and florida have the most flight schools in the country. 167 total. we visited and researched a half dozen of these schools in places like redding, around the bay area, bakersfield and phoenix. al
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Sep 6, 2015 11:00pm PDT
across asia. the latest in china next from the xfinity sports desk. comcast sports net. mindi. comcast sports net. mindi. mindi oncam the giants trail the dodgers by 7.5 games in the n-l west and are 8 games back for the second wild >>> and we're back. we're back with the comcast sportsnet with mindi bach. crazy night. >> yes, crazy night. eight games back of the second wild card spot and they need to win the majority of the remain is games they have if they want to make plateoffs. final game is against the rockies. san francisco looking to split and buster posey making a personal hst history. that right there is his 100th career home run. hitting his last home run on august 3rd p. two on for matt duffey in the fifth and he sends this one deep. not quite deep enough for a home run. and getting by brandon barnes. and later in the inning bases loaded for brandon crawford and he cranks one to right. and picks up his first two rbis and rejoining the lineup on friday. and giants yeah, flex offensive muscle in denver and win 7-4, the final. gave us what we need. and strickland, lope
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Jul 8, 2013 11:00pm PDT
video taken earlier of the grief-stricken relatives leaving china for the u.s. once here, the families will be briefed. >> we have live team coverage of the developments. stephen stock looks at the final moments before the crash. and scott has an exclusive eyewitness account. we begin with jean elle at sfo this evening. >> reporter: we are awaiting for that flight from arrive. the flight carrying family members of the victims expected to touch down at sfo at 11:10. the consul general is expected to meet those families and take them to an area hotel where they will be briefed. and while that emotional scene unfolds, the investigation into the crash continues. the search for answers about what led up to the crash of asiana flight 214 is especially focused of people in control of the plane. investigators are meeting with the four pilots. >> whether they were hand-flying the airport. whether the autopilot was on. what kind of reliance they might have had on automation within the cockpit. and how well they understood the automation and what it was supposed to do. >> reporter: anoth
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Oct 9, 2010 11:00pm PDT
finances. as ceo, she laid off 30,000 workers and shipped jobs to china. china. india. russia. poland. i know precisely why those jobs go. [ male announcer ] because fiorina shipped them there. to shanghai instead of san jose. bangalore instead of burbank. proudly stamping her products "made in china." 30,000 workers gone while fiorina took $100 million for herself. carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer, and i approved this message. >>> in case you couldn't make that out, that was meg whitman and carly fiorina as they each downed a shot of tequila. why would a candidate for governor and another for u.s. senate down alcohol in public? they were both attending a hispanic lifetime achievement gala in newport beach. they were doing their best to appeal to latino voters who are expected to play a critical role in the november election. >> i don't know. i think every speech should begin with a shot of tequila. >> meg whitman told the crowd she cannot win the election without the latino vote. there was no mention of her illegal made scandal last w
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Aug 27, 2015 11:00pm PDT
. >>> plus traumatic video from china tonight as a sinkhole -- you saw it there -- suddenly opens up at a bus stop. >>> good evening. i'm meteorologist jeff rainier. warm temperatures in the bay. currently 70s. we have the thing to cool those temperatures off. it is a storm system out in the pacific. we'll talk about our shower chances in a few minutes. a new sea chance to tryew look. something different. this summer, challenge your preconceptions and experience a cadillac for yourself. ♪ the 2015 cadillac srx. lease this from around $339 per month, or purchase with 0% apr financing. >>> from sleeping suburb to high-tech mecca, linked in, google, and apple now convurge verging on sunnyvale. big growth equals some headaches. locals call it the matilda monst monster, the part of town crawling with traffic. near highway 101 and 237 right along matilda avenue. what's being done about it? pugy bunker has some answers. >>> r. >> reporter: it's the kind of commute that makes you rethink your job and if it's even worth it. we talked to people here today. they told us they call it the matilda
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Apr 12, 2013 11:00pm PDT
. he will meet with china's top leaders on saturday. he is trying to get them to put pressure on north korea to tame down its rhetoric. clinton is north korea's main trade partner. now we're learning why about north korea being so belligerent. it doesn't want nuclear war. it's using threats as blackmail for aid and raising its own profile. >> and then they essentially expect payment for back up. >> these analysts con continued north korea will test launch a missile, possibly monday and then ask for money not to do it again. >>> governor jerry brown will wrap up his trip to china this weekend. the privately funded office is california's first official presence in china since the state closed its 12 trade offices back in 2003 due to budget cuts. these are photos from today's opening sar ploeny. the governor is the midst of a week long visit trying to lure money to the golden state. he says it is the gateway to the pacific >>> by the time i finish this sentence, about 20 million e-mails will have been sent. people send an estimated 145 billion e-mails worldwide every day. ceos and o
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Oct 13, 2010 11:00pm PDT
shipped jobs to china. china. india. russia. poland. i know precisely why those jobs go. [ male announcer ] because fiorina shipped them there. to shanghai instead of san jose. bangalore instead of burbank. proudly stamping her products "made in china." 30,000 workers gone while fiorina took $100 million for herself. carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer, and i approved this message. >>> the cofounder of pay pal is putting his money where his controversial mouth is. peter teal is offering 20 kids under the age of 20 $100,000 to drop out of school and work on his business plans. he's trying to prove the theory of higher education does not necessarily teach children to be entrepreneurs. teal co founded paypal at 31 and later sold it to e bay for $81 million. so he proved his theory. teal is not a high school dropout or even a college dropout. he has a b.a. from stanford where he also learned a gerks -- ged. >>> they'll do two live shows, one for the east coast and one for the west. tina fey says it will include different jokes for ea
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Oct 6, 2010 11:00pm PDT
. [ gasps ] oh! ah! ♪ [ ding ] as ceo, she laid off 30,000 workers and shipped jobs to china. china. india. russia. poland. i know precisely why those jobs go. [ male announcer ] because fiorina shipped them there. to shanghai instead of san jose. bangalore instead of burbank. proudly stamping her products "made in china." 30,000 workers gone while fiorina took $100 million for herself. carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer, and i approved this message. what are you doing, friending somebody? yeah. you got time for that? you got time to earn more on your savings, online at capitalone.com. that's new school banking, baby! instead of earning squatootski... your savings will be earning three times the national average. now, let's review. capital one interestplus savings... at three times more. go to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? are you a pisces? what'sannouncer: has the overpowering smell of scented (music playing) garbage bags taken over your kitchen? (woman blows at scented tree) hefty bags with unscented odor block technology
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Oct 4, 2010 11:00pm PDT
off 30,000 workers and shipped jobs to china. china. india. russia. poland. i know precisely why those jobs go. [ male announcer ] because fiorina shipped them there. to shanghai instead of san jose. bangalore instead of burbank. proudly stamping her products "made in china." 30,000 workers gone while fiorina took $100 million for herself. carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer, and i approved this message. >>> should a city be allowed to take land if it's for the city's greater good? that's the question for a business in oakland. tomorrow the redevelopment agency is set to meet to discuss the fate of a west oakland auto op, which could soon become the property of the city. they're thinking of changing a zoning law to go forward. >> we don't want to use imminent domain to negatively affect any property owner unless there is absolutely no other way. >> kroger foods is currently in talk with the west oakland auto shop to purchase the property. but if negotiations continue to drag on, the city says it may have to step in. >>> three peop
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May 12, 2017 11:00pm PDT
his signature issues. the governor will travel to china next month as part of a week long mission to promote green energy. once there, he will intend the international energy conference and tour areas of china that pledged to limit global warming. china is now outpacing the united states in transitioning to cleaner energy sources. >>> when you are buying a house, you pay a home inspector to give you an unbiased opinion. but is anyone checking their credentials? >> i'm chris gomorrah, nbc bay area responds next. >>> i'm meteorologist jeff ran erie. clear and 53 in fran. increasing winds for the weekend. also a new change to the mother's day forecast and what could be moving closer to the bay area. i'll tell you what that is in about ten minutes. >>> take look. a scare at the ballpark torn. not a player. but the umpire goes down. we'll show you exactly what happened and how the giants medical staff rushed in to help. buying a home -- is not only expensive...but it can be tricky. >>> the purchase of your lifetime, and you better be careful. buying a home is not only expensive, but it
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Jan 5, 2013 11:00pm PST
messages on twitter and facebook such as this telling him to, quote, go back to china and communism where citizens have no rights. >> it is really sad that people have to kind of resort to that. i think that's part of my life experience. >> he has had pictures of nooses sent to him and just this week, he received a letter at his office raced with ethnic slurs telling him to, quote, go back to red china where you belong. they have total gun control there. and to hurry up and die. his office says the more threatening messages have been sent over to the sergeant at arms who handles the security for the state senate and the highway patrol is looking into them. yee who was born in china and came to the u.s. at the age of 3 says he knows the threats don't rep the majority of people who disagree with him on gun control and he's had similar experiences before. two years ago, he publicly disagreed with conservative talk show host rush limbaugh and as a result, yee received threats against his life. >> when you get death threats and you get threats about, we'll send you back where you came fr
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Aug 19, 2011 11:00pm PDT
every day bound for china. how did this happen? amidst the shortage of wood in china, and the company hopes to export 10 million pairs a day by the end of the year. >> that's interesting. >> and they say the best chinese food in the world is in san francisco. so might as well send chopsticks over to china. >> thanks for joining us. >> have a great weekend. >> announcer: it's "the tonight featuring rickey minor tonight, jay welcomes from "keeping up with the kardashian
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Jul 20, 2014 11:00pm PDT
after being stranded off the shore of in china. a super typhoon swept through the air beaching the ten-foot whale. the storm is the strongest to hit southern china in four decades. they tried to push the whale back off to sea but high waefs and strong winds pushed it back onshore. finally after several hours the group was able to guide the whale back in waves deep enough where the whale could escape the tide. >> i've seen before attempted and they don't seem to work but that one did. >>> coming up next, washington battling the larmest fire in that state's history. now the weather is helping out firefighters. est fire in that state's history. now the weather is helping out firefighters. lest fire in that state's history. now the weather is helping out firefighters. arest fire in that state's history. now the weather is helping out firefighters. gest fire in that state's history. now the weather is helping out firefighters. ♪ ♪ [ barks ] whoo! mmm! ♪ ♪ oh, yeah [ whistling ] [ male announcer ] discover your new orleans. start exploring at followyournola.com. [ woman ] and i love
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Nov 14, 2010 11:00pm PST
. lee's parents were born in china and fled to peru to escape chinese rule. lee was born in peru and then the family came to the united states, but were supposed to leave about eight years ago. lee's parents are now awaiting deportation to china. but since lee was born in peru, he is scheduled to be sent there. right now he is being held in a detention center in arizona. >>> the antioch man who allegedly threatened to blow up the bay bridge last week is due in court tomorrow. 51-year-old craig carlos valentino is facing multiple charges from an ordeal that began around 7:30 thursday morning. police say he took his 16-year-old daughter hostage, drove on to the bridge and called 911, threatening to blow up the bridge. eventually he let his daughter go, but then threatened to kill himself. no one was hurt in the end. the incident backed up traffic on the bay bridge thursday morning for hours. >>> arnold schwarzenegger may be governor until january, but jerry brown says he is going to start to tackle california's budget crisis this week. brown must come up with a plan in less than two mo
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Aug 12, 2015 11:00pm PDT
woman at the toll plaza and drove her to a safer place. >>> it is morning in china and the devastation from a series of massive explosions is becoming more clear. buildings are levelled and shattered glass is everywhere. there is an all-out rescue effort to find those who are missing. this happened in the city of tianjin, 70 miles from beijing. many say it felt like an earthquake. the first blast shook the city of tianjin just before midnight and then this. a massive explosion many times bigger than the first blast and blinding white lights. the shock waves shattering windows and turning shards of glass into projectiles. images flooded chinese social media. tonight local hospitals are overwhelmed with hundreds of injured, some burned and many cut by flying glass and debris. this is one of china's biggest industrial centers and a major hub for the oil industry. >> the first conversation that we had was that the firefighters and the first respondersed a all been knocked over and there were dead bodies all over the street. >> as thursday morning awoke, smoke was still rising a
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Apr 20, 2012 11:00pm PDT
restaurant in china town. the san francisco institution might be forced to shut down tonight. sheryl heard joins us from the city. >> as i was walking along this line, i could hear arn's personal story about the restaurant. everyone is sad to see it go. >> my mom used to send my dad here at 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning because she had to have a hankering for chow mein. >> the line wrapped around the corner in the heart of san francisco's china town. sam wo, the 100-year-old restaurant has been ordered to renovate or close. >> we get annual inspections, and never have we had, you know, any inspector say that. okay, this is, you know, not suitable. >> she said the health department is demanding the restaurant keep up with safety codes in modern standards, but the foodies and nonfoodies standing in line could care less about that. walking through the kitschb to the table is no big deal. >> this place is not about the food. it's about an iconic landmark in san francisco. it's all about the entertainment, the energy, the atmosphere, and the rude waiters. it's like the perfect storm. >> som
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May 27, 2011 11:00pm PDT
millionaire for a husband? >> i have no idea. >> well, one school in china, in china, says it's all a matter of course work. >> the beijing moral education center offers courses at $46 an hour, and there are many women willing to pay the price. the school has more than 2,800 students. as evidence of its success, 30 students have married in the last ten months. no word on how many have managed to catch a millionaire or a billionaire. >> have a good night. nf
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Jun 24, 2013 11:00pm PDT
for china. >>> continuing to follow a developing story. edward snowden, the man who leaked government see kres is playing an international game of cat and mouse. journalists tracking him were on a flight today from moscow to cuba, hoping to find snowden. he had a ticket on that same flight, but he was a no show. in the meantime, the united states is demanding russia return snowden to the unit. he is believed to be in russia after initially fleeing hong kong. u.s. officials had asked hong kong to arrest him, but legalities were behind the idea of him flying to moscow. >> this was a deliberate choice by the government to release a final difficult despite a valid arrest warrant. >> they say it is a serious set back in the trust between the united states and china. >>> the chairman of the u.s. oversight committee has subpoenaed four people over the deadly attacks in benghazi. four people died in the september 11th attack on the u.s. diplomatic mission in libya last year. delays in scheduling interviews reportedly prompted the subpoenas which were issued for officials involved in security.
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Feb 16, 2012 11:00pm PST
bills. his visit didn't come without controversy. great eastern restaurant is one of nine china town kitchens, selling shark fin soup. a loophole allows shark fins already in the state to be served until 2013. >>> the president's visit led to a drug bust in southern california, too. two air force fighter planes intercepted a cessna when it entered the same airspace as marine one. that's the helicopter that carries the president. once the cessna landed at the long beach airport, police say they found 40 pounds of pot inside. authorities say air traffic controllers got no answer from the pilot when they repeatedly tried to make contact. and now, we know why. now, the president's three-day west coast swing is expected to bring in more than $8 million for his re-election. the bulk coming from six fund-rais fund-raisers. we mentioned los angeles, san francisco, and one event hosted by comedian will ferrell. tomorrow, the president will add to that when he heads north to washington for another fund-raiser there. after that, he'll board air force one. and will be back at the white house lat
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May 28, 2012 11:00pm PDT
a documentary by solving high tech crime in china. they visited china back in march. back inom a ment with more barry bonds in sports. ♪ [ male announcer ] it's one thing... to have created an icon and quite another to have done it generation after generation. to the long line of legendary mercedes-benz sl roadsters... ♪ the 2013 sl. >>> scott reece in the comcast sportsnet newsroom. there was a time not so long ago that seeing arizona on the schedule sent shivers down giants fans collective spine. the d'backs have beaten san francisco straight games, but suddenly that tide is turning. trying to make it three straight wins and memorial day at at&t and they are throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. batting and angel is running. blanco is running as well. the double steal and the giants steal a run and make it 1-0. 3-0 and here is blanco with the stick. that will play and they make it 4-0. they pitch out of a ninth inning jam and barry zito through seven innings for the first time since april 14th. >> it was big. i have been backing myself in a corner and having them fight b
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Sep 24, 2010 11:00pm PDT
somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china. and while californians lost their jobs, fiorina tripled her salary. bought a million dollar yacht. and five corporate jets. i'm proud of what i did at hp. [ male announcer ] carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. . >>> right now at 11:00, happy birthday to you. the promotion misprint that could land you two airline tickets. >>> a stunt na tahoe leads to a military investigation. >>> in the bay area first, robbers used sledgehammers and pepper stray in a takeover attack, the likes which police say they have never seen before. >> god in 60 seconds. big city crime hits the town of danville. robbers are with pepper spray and sledgehammers carry out a brazen attack on a home certain. it was so vi lolent, it sent tw employees to the hospital. >> reporter: lisa, danville police said these suspects had to be familiar with this store. from the outside it looks like all they carry is furniture. but these rob berz burst through these door, went right to t
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Apr 12, 2016 11:00pm PDT
u.c. bur berkeley up today 85 million next year. >> today air china received approval from federal regulators to fly to shanghai beginning this june. san jose's mayor says it a natural fit. >> we leverage talent and technology on both side of the pacific. this is going to help san jose continue to establish its position as a tech leader in the world. >> air china says it will use an airbus a-330 for the 14-hour flight. >> tonight a san jose teen may have a little trouble sleeping. you see tomorrow he's headed to the white house. he is only one of only 12 students in the world to earn a perfect score on the a.c. calculus exam. up next, the white house science fair. he'll meet with scientists and other high level government officials. he was here in the newsroom, super humble, sweet, low-key kid. >> because he knows he's going to be our boss in about five years. >> i can't even spell calculus. >> congratulations to him. you're good with all this stuff, jeff. >> he was here asking for an internship. we'd welcome him. >> you can see we have cloud moving close toward san francisco and n
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Jul 12, 2017 11:00pm PDT
danger. how long we see this lasting. my forecast in less than ten minutes. busy road in south china, today. ==take vo== eight cars -- buried -- in the >>> the moment the mudslide hit a busy road in south china. eight cars buried in the blink of an eye. most of the drivers managed to get out through the car windows. one driver was trapped inside his car. firefighters managed to rescue him and took him to the hospital. he suffered leg and back injuries but he's alive. investigators say that persistent rain led to the mudslide. >> more information and a new look at that near daft at sfo. take a look at animation based on real data from an air canada jet that nearly landed on that taxiway at sfo filled with other planes. it shows how close the pilot was to landing in the wrong area last friday night. the plane was supposed to land on oneway 28r which is the second strip from the right. instead it approached taxiway c. pilot dropped to as low as 335 feet above the ground before sharply pulling back up. that air canada jet eventually circled back around sfo and successfully landed on the
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Mar 10, 2017 11:00pm PST
was purchased on grant street in san francisco's china town. two people were ill after drinking it. >> they purchased tea leave and it was in plastic bag. both patients developed symptoms after drinking the tea. >> reporter: one purchase the tea in february, the other in march. it was unknown if it was prescribed for particular ailment. the tea contained the ingredient. >> it's a poisoning herbal if not -- it give can give you nausea and vomiting. >> we want to let people know if they consumed leaves to be prepared as tea from this vendor, they should throw it away. >> these case ares rare and they believe the patients will recovery. reporting live. bay area news. >> we have nice about that santa clara news. he was armed and stabbing himself. tonight they were learning he was no longer holding the knife of when he was shot. >> he lunged or dance toward the officer. >> the officer was wearing a camera and it has been turned over. >> the man is in grave condition, three people, are in custody. police say the injured man and f female were shot. they asked the state for 2 million to in
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Jun 9, 2016 11:00pm PDT
from all over the world. >> support from all over, including china. after a six-month sentence, he will likely serve three months. >> earlier the victim's powerful letter was read, part of the judge. rain is the most violent crime you can commit, not as the judge says, 20 minutes of action. >> biden's letter to victim -- he added a lot of people failed you. i believe you, and it is not your fault. >> this will coincide with graduation. >> you can check it out. you can read the victim's powerful letter. >> crimes happening in the past ten days at various locations you can see the map. police believe the suspect is an adult male c surveillance cameras. in each case the suspect breaks into the businesses, takes the cash register and flees. >> more arrests connected to last night's donald trump's. police are looking for two more suspects, one of them carrying a burning flag. several of the suspects arrested are minors. >> hillary clinton picked up the nomination. her rival bernie sanders is down, but refusing to give up. ie elizabeth warren officially endorsed hillary clinton. >> i am
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they are urging china to do more to pressure north korea to drop its nuclear weapon program. president xi is working on this as well on the issue. >>> several people are taking to the hospital after this ferry crash in spain. this is a video of the crash as it happens yesterday. >> it is not going to stop. it slam in the seawall and crushing part of that wall to collapse point a dozen people were hurt. the company lost the electric power and causing the boat to crash. spanish government says crews rai raced to the board to clean that mess. our rob mayeda is joining us now, we are half way through the week, it is nice. >> pretty nice. clear sky finishing and we'll repeat the trough over night.mo there across the bay area across san francisco. >> 57 degrees and the camera bouncing around through the winds out of the northwest close to 17 miles per hour and san jose right now of 56 degrees. partly cloudy skies and speaking of the wind speeds right now. napa and fairfield up to 20 miles per hour. winds out of the northwest out of san jose. winds part of the story tomorrow and at least for
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. >> reporter: tiffany leo is showing friends from china the highlights. at the painted lady they're surrounded by people with expensive camera equipment. but robbery doesn't cross her mind. >> no, never think about it, actually. i live in union square, and as long as i avoid tenderloin district i think i'm safe. >> reporter: but police say a photographer was robbed here at gunpoint sunday morning. the department is investigating five robberies in just the past week. where thieves stole camera equipment at or near tourist destinations. police say people are listening to warnings about keeping smartphones out of view but cameras are out. >> i think the criminals are looking for other things that they can easily access. so you're looking at things like cameras, backpacks that usually contain wallets and other items, ipads and so forth. >> reporter: the shift in focus is a surprise for some people who live in san francisco. >> i was traveling, i was very worried about my possessions, my camera, my phone, traveling abroad. but here in the city i probably wouldn't think twice about bringing it out.
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from the road. >>> what happens in china is good for cupertino. strong iphone sales over seas are boosting apple's bottom line. the cupertino based company is releasing quarterly earnings today. apple made more than $11 billion, beating analyst expectations. apple sold more than 48 million iphones which is 10 million more from the same period last year. the company says demands for the phones were up 99% in china alone. the apple didn't say how many watches were sold. not so good for twitter's earnings report. twitter says revenue was up slightly but still short of wall street's expectations today. twitter stock plunk plunged more than 12% after hours trading. >>> polices for is now armed with nunchakus. you heard right, nunchakus. but you won't see the officers swinging them around like bruce lee. the first agency in northern california to add the weapons to its tactical defense. the officers say the nunchakus will help them useless force when restraining suspects. >> we can use them for joint manipulation, wrist control, compliance, that type of thing. >> now, the officers are n
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someone li that. because 's special. afte dream he's had since he was 10 back home in china. was.or a 10-ar-old kid like i >> dream of becoming a commercial pilot. >> this 27-year-old shares that dream. tting his tining at lifornia airways flight school in hayward. >> i like it he, flying here. >> practice these studes can't get at me, becau they don't have access there tomaller airplanes known as general aviation. >>merica is one of thbest countries in aviation. >> in fact, anthony yan had never set footn an airplane until this past new year's day. he now has about 100 hours in e cockpit. according to t faa,early 24,000 foreign pilots have gotten eithe a commercial or air transport licen over the last four year here in erica. yan d thoands of others who come here to train he to now joinhem. andalifornia is a major destination stat for these according to the faa, arizona, california anticipate florida have t mes flight schls in the country. 7 total. we visited and researcd half a dozen ofhese schools. in places like dding, around the bay area, bakersfield, a phoenix. all of the schools a
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May 20, 2012 11:00pm PDT
. >>> it wasn't the bull in the china shop but a mercedes in the glass shop in san jose. take a look at the damage. police say the driver of the mercedes hit the gas at full speed instead of the brake and crashed into ken's glass and mirror company on center road in south san jose. the car went about 60 feet into the building take out mirrors, a pool table, furniture and support beams. the shop owner was sitting at his disk on the other side of the building when it happened. >> i heard one bang, another bang, another bang. and i thought it was another earthquake. because we had an earthquake that destroyed all my glass in '89. i ran out the front and i realized it was not an earthquake. so when i come around, this is what we saw. >> when the car finally stopped it was buried under metal, glass and wood. amazingly, no one was hurt, not even the folks in the car. >>> the marin county board of supervisors is meeting this tuesday. when it does, a man named george lucas will likely be on the minds of many in the audience. the "star wars" creator wants to built build affordable housing on
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china. a magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck a few hours ago. at least 20 are dead and hundreds are injured. it's one of china's less populated regions. the quake was about 12 1/2 miles deep. >>> the california highway patrol says a good samaritan is dead. it happened just after 2:30 this morning. investigators say a black honda clipped a toyota suv causing it to hit the center divide. right after that crash, a witness in the silver jeep pulled over on the shoulder and stepped out to help. that's when officers say he was hit by another suv. >> any time you see a collision on the freeway, we recommend people to not stop on the freeway to help. just call 911 and let us know what is going on. if you stop, other people cannot see you. and you are liable to get struck. >> authorities have not released the identity of the good samaritan. >>> investigators have identified the motorcyclist killed on friday night. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police arrested the 23-year-old driver of a lexus speeding down south white road when he lost control and hit the victim. he is facing charges
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Mar 27, 2014 11:00pm PDT
china town gang leader, and others. cheryl hurd joins us from the sunset district this evening at the home of senator yee. cheryl? >> reporter: it's been very quiet in the neighborhood tonight, but earlier today, there was a food delivery at the senator's home. while all eyes are on the home, his connections are far reaching. >> he saw himself as someone who had escaped a lot of the perils and maladies that affected a lot of people he grew up with. >> reporter: and now his name is in a complaint with 26 other people, accused of being a part of a murder for hire conspiracy. gun and drug trafficking and selling fraudulent credit cards. >> they say sometimes people involved in certain things, they don't show it to the closest people. >> reporter: sullivan interred at wright's sports management agency five years ago. wright said he read the fbi complaint and is familiar with the details. >> when they eventually knock on your door, they usually have good evidence. >> reporter: the fbi says it has a lot of evidence against keith jackson, a political consultant and sullivan's relative. he's
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Mar 19, 2012 11:00pm PDT
focus of efforts in china. according to a report, he plans to use lin's twitter account and 664,000 followers as a marketing tool. >> i wonder if they will name a volvo after him. lin volvo. >> that are would be good. >> are we going to see sunshine? >> a little bit as we head into wednesday. the next rainfall will be thursday and saturday for accumulating rain. tomorrow morning a few isolated showers. be careful about that. >> welcome to spring. have a great evening and a great day. see you back here tomorrow. >> good night. >> announcer: it's "the tonight tonight, jay welcomes --
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Apr 12, 2011 11:00pm PDT
testified that he never knowingly used steroids. >>> another night of tight security at china basin. and no major problems at the giants/dodgers game. the giants beat the dodgers. they also announced they raised $70,000 to help long-time fan bryan stow. the paramedic remains in a medically-induced coma in a los angeles hospital. there's now a $150,000 reward. before tonight's game, there were tense moments at mccovey cove. the coast guard and the san francisco fire department had to rescue three people whose kayaks overturned. a person on shore saw two overturned kayaks and called the coast guard. >>> new at 11:00 tonight, foster city residents on high alert as police try to catch a serial burglar. 19 homes have been robbed in foster city since the beginning of this year. and during two of those break-ins, people were actually inside their homes. they are increasing patrols in the area. and they're asking residents to be vigilant. >>> in the south bay, sheriffs are trying to figure out what happened to a cupertino home where two bodies were found saturday. late this afternoon, the santa
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that area of china. >> good night, folks. >> steve: from stage one at universal studios hollywood in los angeles, california, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- vin diesel carl reiner kobe bryant
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Sep 19, 2014 11:00pm PDT
was right. the customer picked up his gadget. rubbed the screen and said, all good. >> from china to sunnyvale. alibaba, chinese version of amazon, went public! good reason to clap. long-awaited ipo at new york stock exchange. initial shares traded at $93 apiece. as for the local angle here, sunnyveil based yahoo! owned a large stake. yahoo! may make $9 billion on the ipo. perspective, alibaba debuted public offering of $22 billion. what they raised to day. facebook in compares on had $16 billion in its ipo. and until now, visa had the biggest ipoen u.s. history at $17.8 billion. >> well, up next, a big night. at the coliseum. show you what the as did. ♪ i thought it'd be bigger. ♪ ♪ (dad) there's nothing i can't reach in my subaru. (vo) introducing the all-new subaru outback. love. it's what makes a subaru,a subaru. >> and we are joined from comcast sports net studio, down to the wire, nitty-gritty this is what will happen. >> a lot of pressure on the giant by the way. tim hudson one of the best comeback stories in 2014. returning from gruesome ankle injerry lai -db injerry la
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that. well, did you know the great wall of china wasn't always so great? hmmm...what should we do? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> fast food workers across the nation plan to hit the that i can line again this week. there time they're planning to be arrested. this is in oakland and across the country last december. the message is still the same of they want $15 an hour in terms of the wage. they say anything less isn't a living wage. especially here in california. this thursday, the tactics might be different. organizers are encouraging widespread nonviolent civil disobedience them say many employees are willing to be put in hand cuffs to bring attention to this issue. >> president obama spent this labor day in wisconsin pushing for better wages not only for fast food workers but all americans struggling to get by. he said the time is now to raise the minimum wage. >> you say they'll kill jobs. it turns out the states where the minimum wage has gone up this year had higher job growth than the states that didn't raise the minimum
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Feb 19, 2011 11:00pm PST
: billed as the largest chinese cultural event held outside of china, it did not disappoint. >> the rain stopped soonas soon the parade started. >> reporter: throughout saturday the downpour drenched most of the region, toppling down trees like this oak in front of a fraternity house in front of uc berkeley and slowing down local roadways. >> there's a lot of cars, and people are busy with a holiday weekend. >> reporter: but the wet and chilly weather brought in a special holiday weekend surprise. snow covered mountains. >> come up here since i was a kid. so we saw the snow on the hills, so we thought we'd make the drive. >> reporter: they saw the sleet and snow, about 1,700 feet in the berkeley hills. they decided to get a taste of the mountains in the bay area. >> we figured, well, we might as well drive up and see if there's any snow. >> reporter: all this wild weather also brought power oitages to the area. the most recent happening around 800 pg&e customers without power. i'm told it could be an underground equipment failure and power could be restored by 1:00 this morning. ely
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to remember the victim. the most recent a 15-year-old girl from china, who died yesterday at san francisco general hospital. runway 28 left where the crash happened reopened at 505 last night. and today and this evening dozens of planes used a runway with no issues. there were only a few flight delays reported at sfo. as planes move forward, so do legislators working on changes to prevent such a tragedy from happening again. jackie spears says more safety regulations are needed. >> testing pilots for drug and alcohol should have taken place. i don't believe there was an issue with drug and alcohol, but we'll never know, of course. training has got to be beefed up. and i think we need to look into requiring more training. >> those changes may come. but for those in mourning, now is a time for quiet reflection. >> tonight the south korean news agency is reporting that the south korean transportation ministry has sent a 14-page letter to the ntsb complaining they believe the agency has released too many details about the investigation. we reached out to the ntsb and have not heard a
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Mar 28, 2011 11:00pm PDT
the home opener, an electric night at china basin. fans pouring in with urgency. welcoming back the giants for the first night since game two of the world series. the a's visiting. tied at 1-1, pat burrell gets to brett anderson. aubrey huff was at second. he scores. and buster posey, a spring .422 average, hoofing it from first. the giants are up two after the two-rbi double. matt cain was solid. he would leave to an ovation in the sixth. top five, gives up a two-rbi single. that ties it. kouzmanoff and crisp both scoring. it's 3-3. we all know about coco's power to right. the orun-one lead would hold. check out perhaps the most encouraging moment. we're told he's less than opening day 50/50. pablo snagging the hideki matsui pop, two more games, tomorrow in oakland and wednesday in san francisco. tonight fans of both teams interested in seeing the champs and their crossbay rivals. >> last time i was here, cane was pitching, we won and i'm back and he's pitching again and i'm very exciteded. >> it's exciteding. this is preseason. this is really the best sky. >>> the stanford women l
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May 22, 2011 11:00pm PDT
finale for the battle of the bay today at china basin. a charity of twists and turns with the giants going for a sweep of the a's. and an unlikely hero emerges in the end. >>> also today, a serious tone at the ballpark as the news began to
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street. here's why. china's economic slowdown and dropping oil prices are plaguing the markets. oil dipped below $30 a barrel today. that's the lowest price in more than a decade. that took a big bite out of wall street. look at the numbers pointed down. and here's the impact for most americans. the average 401(k) shrank by 3% today and in the past two weeks the typical 401(k) has lost $6,000 per person. but don't panic, at least not yet. >> if you panic and sell at the wrong time, then you're out when the rebound happens and then you really miss out. >> the markets will be closed on monday for martin luther king jr. holiday. >>> next at 11:00, this cell phone video of a san francisco cyclist getting arrested at the center of a police investigation. why some say the officer went too far. >>> sean penn is speaking out about his conversation with el chapo. >>> with storms slamming the coastline more stretch of road is being eroded in half-moon bay but it's what is under the road that has neighbors concerned. >>> and the high surf on the weekend. right now starting to see moderate rain
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from china. >> reporter: the company says it will increase service, cost efficiencies and safeties. >> it was six months ago, when we had six to seven breakdowns in one morning shift. >> durham was put on notice. fix it or get it off the road. >> reporter: she drives a bus from durham's livermore yard. and he drives from the company's hayward facility. we reviewed the inspection records from both locations. while the chp gave durham a satisfactory score, it shows problem. >> the last five months. >> reporter: have they been changed? >> nope. >> reporter: during the last five years, inspections found 102 violations on 81 different buses, including an emergency door with exposed wires. three buses with exhaust leaks. three with cracked coil springs. four buses with missing or loose bolts. and one bus with an empty fire extinguisher. robert has three decades of experience driving and manages school buss. he also everyone serves as an e civil cases involving buss. you see this paperwork and it tells you a story? >> absolutely. it tells me there's a lot of neglect here. >> reporter: he
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in china town. the victim, 74 years old. police say the attack happened sunday afternoon when the suspect broke into the victim's apartment. >>> a high school coach has been fired in the south bay. she is accused of molesting a 15-year-old boy. the school has taken swift action. what about the police? cheryl hurd is at headquarters with the latest details. >> reporter: school district spokesperson tells me this story is not pleasant but they have to talk about it. even though it is an allegation they acted quickly and aggressively. we. >> we received information of inappropriate behavior and contacted the san jose police department immediately. >> reporter: that investigation led san jose police to 21-year-old nguyen arrested on charges of annoying or molesting a child under 18. >> she was the assistant badminton coach. she began in the beginning of february. >> reporter: police aren't say how long she engaged in a relationship with the 15-year-old male student. one parent is in shock over the allegation. the school district spokesperson says nguyen went through a full background
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