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Apr 6, 2017 6:00am EDT
leave the white house to welcome china's president to his florida estate. both men are expected to discuss international trade during a brief visit to mr. trump's mar-a-lago resort. he is also expected to ask china's leader to help norwith north korea and kim jong-un. >>> the so-called nuclear option to overcome a democratic filibuster. >>> president's chief strategist is off the national security council. president trump removed steve bannon yesterday, reversing what some viewed as a controversial decision to give him access to high-level meetings. critics said it was inappropriate for a political adviser to play a role in national security matters. a white house representative says he was given a seat only as a check against then national security adviser michael flynn. now that flynn is gone, bannon is no longer needed. >>> philadelphia clergy and city officials will investigate gun violence after a string of crimes. at least 25 shots were fired stiles street monday not far from the school. three people were killed. the surviving victim, police tell us, is not cooperating with t
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Oct 30, 2015 6:00am EDT
done. mor more thing that needs to happen. >> china's kild child vool over. why the country hopes this will help future generations. >>> breaking news from overnight the senate aprove add two-year budget and debt deal that averts a national default. the bill is on its way to president obama right now. senators passed the budget bill shortly after 3:00 a.m. the house approved it wednesday, the bipartisan deal sets the budget through march of 2017. and averts a threatened government shutdown. >>> presiding over the budget vote was a brand-new speaker of the house. lawmakers officially approved congressman paul ryan. the wisconsin congressman takes over for john boehner who is stepping down. ryan says he hopes to unify a sometimes fractured republican party. >> i'm not interested in laying blame. we are not settling scores. we are wiping the slate clean. >> and you remember ryan was mitt romney's running mate in the 2012 election. he was first elected to the house in 1998 when he was just 28 years old. now at 45 he is the youngest speaker in nearly 150 years. >> a philadelphia senior
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Dec 21, 2015 6:00am EST
philippians instead of miss philippines. >> 6:43. new video and information from china showing a landslide as it happened. a witness captured it on his cell phone yesterday. you can see the dust and mud rising from buildings wrecked. nearly 100 are missing in the city near hong kong. chinese officials say the slide came from a mound of excavated soil and construction waste. they are now investigating the disaster. >> now to decision 2016 and the battle of the presidential front-runners. republican donald trump is expected to expand on his response to democrat hillary clinton when he is interviewed on the "today" show. the flap started during the democratic debate saturday night. clinton claimed that isis is using trump's comments as a recruiting tool. that comment drew fire from trump who called into meet the press yesterday morning. >> nobody has been able to back that up. it's nonsense. she lies like crazy about everything, whether it's trips where she was being gunned down in a helicopter or airplane, she's a liar and everybody knows that. >> hillary clinton wasn't the only ca
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Jan 15, 2016 6:00am EST
familiar name in the appliance game could soon be made in china. general electric announced this morning that it sold its appliance position to china based hire. the deal was for nearly $5.5 billion. the hire group is the world's biggest maker in home appliances and plans to expand its u.s. and global presence. ge is shifting emphasis to higher technology areas. no word if this will impact any jobs. >>> at 6:25, 29 degrees outside, new at 6:00 chipotle is closing every single one of its single stores but don't panic, it's only for a day. on february 8th the stores will close for an all employee meeting to discuss food safety. chipotle is starting marketing efforts next month to woo back customers in the wake of the nation hide e.coli outbreak. >>> good morning. here is your first alert traffic update. we are on the boulevard watching no problems either direction but we do have problems out in new jersey that i'm going to cover when i come back in the next five minutes. for now let's get a check on today's forecast. >> 25 -- it's in the -- it's 29 degrees in the city at 6:25. so m
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Aug 17, 2015 6:00am EDT
site in tianjin, china. 95 people, including 85 firefighters are still missing. crews will try to find people who may be trapped in a residential building near the blast site. >>> a scorching heat wave in egypt has killed at least 93 people. temperatures in southern egypt soared to 114 degrees this past week. no relief in sight there. workers at an ice factory say demand has been especially high. the head of emergency services says most of the people who died were elderly. he blames the death on xaushs and not drinking enough water. >>> os per pistorius is expected to be released from a south african prison on friday after serving ten months for shooting his girlfriend to death. a judge sentenced pistorius to five years in prison for killing his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp in 2013. pistorius says he thought she was an intruder. he's expected to be released under what's call correcti iviv supervision in south africa because of good behavior. it is reported he will live in his uncle's home and will have to perform community service. >>> we get a preview of what's coming up on the "today"
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Sep 8, 2016 6:00am EDT
either going to be germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. >>> at 6:17, we continue to follow this breaking news on i-95 after a tractor trailer overturned spilling pennies on the highway. they were unstamped pennies heading to the u.s. mint in philadelphia. the northbound side of 95 remains closed at the accident scene near the 295 split. nbc10 traffic reporter jessica boyington will be back in just minutes to help you avoid this. >>> apple revealed its new iphone 7 and instead of adding a feature, apple has removed one. the iphone 7 will come without a headphone jack. you can just not put wireless headphones into the lightning port used to charge the phone. the change means that the phone is now water-resistant. it also features stereo speakers and has a battery that lasts two hours longer than the iphone 6. >>> sold out crowd cheerin
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Jul 31, 2015 6:00am EDT
international olympic committee has selected beijing china, to host the 2022 winter olympics olympics. beijing becomes the first city to host the winter and summer game. beat out a georgia? kazakhstan for the -- it beat out a city in kazakhstan for the lon honor. >>> costly repairs after vandals toppled more than gravestones at an historic cemetery. it happened at the cemetery in philadelphia's frankford section. look at the damage there. the long-time groundskeeper tells us the vandals knocked over century-old gravestones late thursday or early friday morning. there was no other graffiti or markings left behind. >> i don't know who would do it. were they people on drugs, drunk, i don't know. you wouldn't have been in your right mind i don't think it do something like this. >> the cemetery has some graves dating back 160 years. with only a handful of new burials each year, the cemetery is mostly visited by passersby who use it as a shortcut with no surveillance cameras. police have little evidence to go on. >>> the widow of one of three people killed at a municipal building i
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Nov 25, 2016 6:00am EST
construction site accident in china. the country state media reports the death toll has risen to 74. officials say workers were building a cooling tower at a power plant when the scandinavia followi i -- scaffolding collapsed. >>> an oil refinery fire broke out yesterday. perm were told to stay inside. firefighter taken to the hospital with injuries is back home this morning. investigators will be looking for the cause of that fire. >>> back in our neck of the woods new this morning a driver is in the hospital after a crash in philadelphia's gray's ferry neighborhood. a car and a pickup trucked just after midnight. you can see the heavy damage to the car. police tell us the driver of that car is in critical condition. the driver of the pickup truck was not hurt. >>> 6:16 right now on this black friday and, of course, we know the roads, even lot of people have off from work. roads are busy because -- >> can compare it. it's 3:00 a.m. they are busier than normally are. >> first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio has been tracking trults and what your seeing? >> starting to see more volume o
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May 27, 2016 6:00am EDT
pigs and a small number of people in china and popped up in europe and africa and canada before hitting the u.s. >> now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> a beautiful start. hook look at the live view from seattle. temperatures at 60s at the shore. 70 at philadelphia. all of these locations are running warmer than yesterday. look, 15 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time at 69 degrees headed for the upper 80s in south jersey near 90 degrees for philadelphia. and it will come with a few scattered clouds at times and a possibility of an afternoon shower but most of the day dry for philadelphia. in the suburbs and the lehigh valley bright sunshine and a chance for late day showers and thunderstorms in the lehigh valley. especially 84 degrees and in delaware you'll see plenty of sunshine from the 60s to the 70s and 80s by early this afternoon. new jersey we'll see some showers develop between 1 and 5:00 but it's not going to be an all day rainfall as the shore mostly right along the coast might see a late day shower. 75 degrees at 5:
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Aug 8, 2016 6:00am EDT
, three gold, china in second place followed by italy and japan. >>> jay gray joins us live from rio. michael phelps had a great leg in the relay 4 x 100. what's the buzz on phelps in rio? >> the buzz on phelps in rio is that he's a changed man. he seems more calm, more relaxed and dedicated to making this team as good as it can be. you saw it last night, second leg in the relay, lays the lead for the americans and they never relinquish it. another gold medal for michael phelps. and pretty good, katie ledecky, she's in the water winning another gold medal. she has a chajs for at least three more. she'll be back in the water today. she's just become a phenomenon, 19 years old, loves what she's doing and shares that with everything she talks to. let's talk about the rest of today, men's and women's basketball, not a lot to say about that. it's kind of a foregone conclusion. if they lose or somebody gets within 20 points of them, that will be big news. men's and women's volleyball, including out on the beach when we have kerri walsh jennings and april ross out on the beach at koepcopaca
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Aug 25, 2016 6:00am EDT
, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. >>> "sports illustrated" called simone biles, katie ledecky and michael phelps the greatest. and they've been basking in their glory. ♪ >>> that's michael phelps, he appeared as a guest host on last night's "america's got talent" and he got a huge reception. the olympic superstar partnered with nick cannon to reveal which acts would move on to the semifinals. and olympic swimmer katie ledecky threw out the first pitch at the game with the orioles. the d.c. air native was a special guest at the game. the 19-year-old starts her freshman year at stanford in september. >>> and gold medal gymnast simone biles returned home to texas yesterday. the 19-year-old was greeted by fans and city leaders in houston who proclaimed the day simone biles day. also her hometown of spring, texas held a parade in her honor. >>>
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Jun 9, 2016 6:00am EDT
while they went through the house and the china garden restaurant that was downstairs. the two men took off with cash. they have two cell phones and an ipad. medics responded to the scene, but no one was hurt. >>> now an nbc 10 exclusive. surveillance video captured an accident involving a philadelphia cruiser. this happened during a traffic stop at 21st and carpenter in the city's graduate hospital neighborhood. just watch here as the driver of the stopped vehicle suddenly throws the car into reverse, hitting the police cruiser and then speeding away. the officers were not hurt and the driver got away. >>> it's 6:36 right now. 54 degrees outside. trenton police say they have good leads on finding this man who stole a snow blower and a generator from a church. the pastor at word alive center says he was in the middle of a prayer service saturday afternoon when a man walked in the front door and grabbed a generator, carried it out behind the church, then returned and eventually took a snow blower from a closet and pushed it out on to the sidewalk. the church says it will have to rep
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Apr 17, 2017 6:00am EDT
. china can shut them down. and we should be -- whether they're currency manipulators or not, we should expect them to act to prevent what could be a cataclysmic event. >> john mccain chairs the senate armed services committee. >>> 6:37. today in washington, the white house will be scaling down, going more traditional for the annual easter egg roll. keeping with custom, first lady melania trump will host the event. last year 35,000 people, mostly children, attended. reports say there could be half that amount this year or fewer. mrs. trump says she downsized the easter egg roll out of concern that it had grown too lar large. last week "the new york times" reported the white house seemed unprepared for the event, but officials at the white house deny the story. >>> 6:38 on your monday. temperatures in the mid 60s, warm for this time of year to be waking up in the 6:00 hour. >> very warm. felt steamy coming into work this morning. meteorologist bill henley with the most accurate forecast in the region. bill? >>> may get more steamy. we have showers on the way. the clouds overhead a
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Aug 12, 2016 6:00am EDT
fixing the trade deficit with china. listen. >> if team usa was as fearful as trump, michael phelps and simone biles would be cowering in the locker room, afraid to come out to compete. >> on monday, hillary clinton will campaign in scranton, pennsylvania, with vice president joe biden. in the latest in a string of controversial comments we heard from trump, he told a reporter yesterday, he's quote, fine, with american citizens accused of terrorism being tried at guantanamo bay. he will be in erie and altoona later today. live in the digital operations center, katy zachry, nbc 10 news. >> katy, thanks for the update. 6:18 right now. let's get you out the door and check the roads. we continue to focus on that accident on the admiral wilson boulevard. >> no big backup here. that's because it's traffic coming out of where you'd be coming out of philadelphia. not headed toward the city right now. there's always less cars heading in that direction. it does look like there's a slowdown by the scene. it's on the eastbound side of the admiral wilson boulevard near baird boulevard, over in c
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Sep 16, 2016 6:00am EDT
. congratulations to all the honorees. >>> china's midautumn festival is in time to coincide with the full moon. winds from a typhoon sent this half deflated moon balloon rolling across the construction site. it rolled over cars in the road, bicycles. the typhoon has prevented some areas from seeing the moon.ç instead, some areas set up inflatable moons to celebrate the chinese festival. >>> a time honored tradition in philadelphia returns tonight. terror behind the walls at eastern state penitentiary is america's largest haunted house. terror behind the walls runs through november 6th. >>> good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with a check on some of your cameras around the area. we're watching morristown, new jersey, route 38. no cars east or westbound on 38. we're checking in with the schuylkill expressway, camera around 676 of the vine street expressway. we just had a disabled vehicle that moved away. it's gone. no big problems or delays. we'll have updates for the rest of the morning when i'm back at 6:30. right now, let's get a look at weather with meteorologist krystal klei. >
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Jan 7, 2016 6:00am EST
"avatar" and "star wars" could take the world record when it opens in china this weekend. >>> janet jackson is telling fans she does not have cancer. two weeks ago, the singer postponed her new tour to have surgical procedure, since then, there have been online reports that she has throat cancer, but yesterday, jackson posted a message on twitter saying the rumors are untrue. she says she's recovering but gave no other clues as to what her ill inned is, but it's interfering with her tour. >>> it's 20 minutes past 6:00 right now. homeland security agents, raided homes along the mexican border. at 6:30, we'll till why immigrants in philadelphia are worried. >>> lebron james has a great game. he says he owes it all to one little lady. how leah still continues to spread joy. . . ♪ ♪ >> we are following breaking news in morning out of new york. right now a rescue effort is under way to save 17 minors trapped 900 feet underground. those workers became stuck late last night in a salt mine in lansing, 40 miles outside of syracuse. authorities say they are able to communicate with the mi
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Aug 27, 2015 6:00am EDT
condition. >>> china's major stock index closed overnight up 5.3% for the biggest one-day gain in eight weeks there. the downturn ended when the tokyo stock change opened for trading. the nikkei closed yesterday higher. wall street soared more than 600 points at closing bell yesterday and breaking six straight days of losses. nasdaq and s&p also rose. in spite of that, analysts are warning more rough days lie ahead because of china's troubled economy which triggered that global sell-off over the past week. >>> no doubt people will be clapping for weather that we are going to enjoy today. a beautiful day yesterday. a little bit cooler start this morning but we are back in the lower 80s this afternoon. another beautiful day with low humidity. our changes ahead for the weekend, a warm-up that will have us in the 90s by the end of the weekend. we are a long way from those temperatures now. 58 degrees in allentown. atlantic city at 57. northeast philadelphia at 63 degrees. look at the sunshine over citizens bank park. the sun is up and we will enjoy it through the day today and nice and sunn
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Aug 25, 2015 6:00am EDT
this morning following the dow's huge nose dive yesterday. china's main stock market index took another beating and japan's nikkei also fell. what will the impact be ahead of the opening bell? cnbc's landon dowdy is live. tell us more. >> hey there, tracy. good morning. u.s. stock futures are pointing to a rebound at the opening bed today on the heels of one of the most volatile days in years on wall street that saw the dow plunge nearly 1,100 points in the first few minutes of trading. asia was down again overnight. japan falling 4% amid continued concerns over china's economy. china's main market losing 7%. it's down 15% over the past two days. china's government moving to cut interest rates to make borrowing easier. europe is in positive territory across the board this morning. oil price which is held to their lowest level since february of 2002 on monday are bouncing higher today. investors may look to trade on today, there are economic data out this morning, including reports on home prices, new home sales and consumer confidence. tracy, back over to you? >>> landon dowdy,
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Dec 20, 2016 6:00am EST
. have some new details from overnight on that seized u.s. navy drone. the pentagon confirms that china has given it back. china plucked the drone from international waters last week. chinese authorities say they returned the drone yesterday. >>> new this morning, the rain boot is part of the evidence philadelphia police are gathering in a shooting in kensington. a woman flagged down officers around 3:30 this morning after she found another woman shot in the head on north 3rd street. police tell us they're asking businesses about a block away for any surveillance video. >>> this morning we're working to get you more information about how a lehigh valley police officer is doing after being hit by a car yesterday. he was directing traffic when he was hit. the driver did stop. >>> 6:35, 22 degrees outside. donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states. >> yesterday the electoral college gave him the votes needed to claim the white house despite protests around the country. >> deny donald trump the presidency. >> some of those demonstrations happened in pennsylvania. in harri
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Aug 9, 2017 6:00am EDT
interview with ketr news. he says he takes exception to the president's tough talk and says china needs to do more to manage the threats. >> my red line would be to sit down with the chinese leadership and say, look, american and south korean viability is at stake here. you have control over korea, over north korea. you put the brakes on them. they can shut down the north korean economy in a week. >> there has not been a change to the threat level to guam. still the territory says it's been in contact with the white house as recent as this morning. in the digital operations center, pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >>> new from overnight in north philadelphia, a man shot three times died at temple university hospital. the shooting happened near the intersection of garnett and york street. police say the victim was standing on the curb when somebody started shooting. so far no arrests. >>> police in morristown are questioning two people in regard to an overnight shooting there. someone shot a man at cherry and oak street. he is expected to survive. police have not arrested anyone in thi
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Sep 22, 2015 6:00am EDT
of its apple store. the company is removing some of the popular apps used in china from the app store after hackers tricked some developers to add malicious code. prior to the om five apps had been found. apple hasn't said what steps users should take to determine if their apps are affected. >> the investigators have a warning for people going to see the pope. beware of pick pockets. >> is that the kind of crowd pick pochters go for? >> yes, eightiy. big events like that. mega event. >> possibly one million or more people coming to see the pope, thieves will be out looking for an easy score. >> distract one of them, once you distract them, that's when you go in for the kill. >> the investigators go along with a former criminal for tips how to make sure you're not a victim. >> oh, dear. and it's not like i haven't been coming here for 20 years and i shouldn't know that. >> today at 4:00, only on nbc 10, the investigators, harry hairston, "nbc 10 news." >>> 6:19. let's check the ride to work and if the you might have to make plans to move your car today if you live near the festiv
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Dec 23, 2015 6:00am EST
being pulled alive from a pile of rubble more than 60 hours after a massive land slide in china. r rescuers found him this morning. a mountain of waste and mud collapsed. >> in the u.s. a new order in kentucky will no longer require the names of county clerks to appear on marriage license forms. the governor issued the order yesterday. you'll remember that clerk kim davis refused to give licenses to same-sex couples. he said it was again against her religious beliefs. she went five days in jail back in september for failing to perform her duties. the governor says the new license forms are to assure that the religious beliefs of everyone in kentucky are honored. >> the obama administration cities 2016 sign-up season for the president's health care law is already going strong. officials say that halfway through the enrollment season more than 8.2 million people have signed up or renewed coverage through healthcare.gov. more are signing up and the number of young adults is on the rise. open enrollment ends january 31. >> already some trouble spots out there. >> jessica boyington has
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Jan 11, 2016 6:00am EST
:13. a developing story we're following for you. stock markets in asia fall again. china's main index in shanghai plunged more than 5% to its lowest level in four years. hong kong went down 2.5%, japan's stock market was closed but all of this could mean more losses following the worst five-day start in history last week. >> from our delaware bureau, a kid bringing better eating to those in need will have a seat of honor at the state of the union address tomorrow night. 11-year-old braden mannering will be the first lady's -- in the first lady's box for president obama's final state of the union in washington. braden is from new castle county. it won't be his first trip to the capitol. he attended a kids state dinner in 2013 after that he started the nonprofit which provides nutritious meals for homeless and low income people. he tweeted out still pinching myself to make sure i'm not dreaming. nbc news will have live coverage of the state of the union address tomorrow night at 9:00 here on nbc 10. >>> happening today, jury selection begins in the trial of baltimore police office
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Dec 1, 2015 6:00am EST
with a binding dpraemt on reducing carbon emissionings. they met with leaders of china and india. smog is choking the capitals. that type of pollution is warming the planet leading to rising sea levels, melting glaciers and extreme weather. >> merge countryings, abandon cities, fields that no longer grow. political disruption to trigger new conflict. >> this problem doesn't go away and we can't negotiate with the atmosphere so we have to find other approaches. >> thousands will stay for two weeks to work out dough tails if a deal is reached. we want to show you more of the solution in beijing at a record level now, 35 times the safety amount. citizens are wearing masks. traffic is jammed because drivers are slowing down in fog-like conditions. >> pennsylvania lawmakers could reach a budget deal by the end of this week according to governor tom wolf. pennsylvania is five months into a budget impasse. the main sticking point, taxes. the framework great. between the first term democratic govern and the republican controlled legislature nearly collapsed. increasing the sales tax to c
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Jul 20, 2016 6:00am EDT
hillary clinton and the convention crowd responded to his litany of charges against her. >> in china and syria -- >> hillary. >> in iran and russia and cuba -- >> hillary. >> and here at home, for risking america's secrets to keep her own and lying to cover it all up? >> hillary. >> christie wrapped up with a call to defeat clinton and make donald trump the next president. trump officially won the republican party's nomination last night. the delegation from his home state of new york put him over the top. and gop delegates embraced christie's speech, including local delegates from new jersey and pennsylvania. i talked with them right after the speech. >> i think christie hit it home. he's in the best form possible in front of a crowd setting forth the reasons why hillary clinton should not be elected president of the united states. >> the governor was motivational. he was stark. he drew a stark contrast between the choices that we have to make. he gave a great speech. >> those are just two of the reviews of governor christie's takedown of hillary clinton last night. clinton tweeted out
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Jul 4, 2017 6:00am EDT
pictures of launch and leader kim jong-un watching. china is urging restraint this morning. officials calling on all parties to avoid escalating tensions and start talking. missile launch comes adds president trump prepares to head to germany for the g20 summit. first visit to europe since criticizing world leaders for not spending more money on military operations. during trip the president is expected to meet with russian parking light vladimir putin for the first time on thursday. >>> former candidate joe can for it will city attorney job. joe khankhan. up to the board of judges to pick someone to serve out the remaining nine months of seth williams terms. resigned last week after taking plea deal in federal corruption trial. in jail awaiting sentencing on october 24. faces up to five years in prison. >>> 60:07. 76 degrees outside. particularly important when we have all these wawa welcome america events. july 4th celebration. beautiful morning for starters. find out if there's rain in the future. >> think we're going to see a few showers. get sunshine before the showers move in. >
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Aug 11, 2016 6:00am EDT
count. and china slips to second place followed by japan and russia. some of those medals are in part due to katie ledecky. >> jay gray joins us live from rio. jay, katie ledecky helped the u.s. get gold. when she started her leg the team was trailing by nearly a few decade, we call that closing speed. >> reporter: yeah, vai, she reeled them in last night. the team had been neck and neck with australia throughout the relay. behind as you talk about, 100 meters to go. surges ahead for the win. her third gold medal in the olympic pool here in rio. and she's got another shot. she's in the pool again, today, the 800-meter qualifying heat. she owns the record in that event. she should do pretty well. >> let's talk about michael phelps and ryan lochte that will square up in the 200-meter individual tonight. they're friends and rivals. >> reporter: it is huge, it's probably the last time that these two will swim against each other in the olympics. although, who knows with wait they're swimming. look, you've got these guys who didn't like each other for years starting off. but they've really
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Aug 26, 2015 6:00am EDT
markets around the world are jittery now because china's economy is slowing. yesterday, the chinese cut interest rates for the fifth time since november, hoping for a boost. >>> pennsylvania is no closer to a budget this morning, after the republican majority failed to convince democrats to override any part of governor tom wolf's budget veto. the house struck down all 14 proposals. democrats argued this procedure violated the state constitution but republicans claimed there was legal authority to restore spending by individual line item vetoes. the state has been but a budget since june 30th. >>> an update on the school budget battle in delaware county. a judge denied governor tom wolf's request to change charter school funding for the chester upland school district. at issue, the cash-strapped district is required to pay charter schools $40,000 for each special education student while public schools get less than half that amount. during a school board meeting last night, several parents voiced their concerns. >> we need chester upland schools to open. we need them to stay open an
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Jun 10, 2016 6:00am EDT
philadelphia's china town section to new york city. a rider took this picture saturday night. police pulled over the focus travel bus in lower makefield, bucks county, after people on the bus called them for help. officers arrested the driver, the bus company later fired him. >>> one of the riders described the trip on the bus, on the review website yelp. her post reads in part, he xyax so crazily that three times he nearly drove into a wall or a post. and the last time, everyone thought we would die because the bus nearly tipped over. >>> this isn't the first time nbc 10 has reported trouble with this specific bus company. last summer, focus travel fired a driver after video you're seeing here surfaced of him apparently texting while driving on the new jersey turnpike. we have new video of a burning paratransit bus on long island. fire investigators say the driver was taking a disabled woman home from a therapy session when he smelled smoke. they say the driver ran to the back of the bus, grabbed the woman out of her wheelchair and carried her to safety, just in the nick of time before th
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Dec 12, 2016 6:00am EST
updates. >> thank you, jess. >>> china is weighing in on president-elect donald trump's recent comments on taiwan. we'll see why readers there say they are seriously concerned. >>> the blame game. the cia reports linking russia with the election and we'll hear who mr. trump says is behind those reports. >>> and christie's role, we'll tell you about the new reports on what the trump administration offered the new jersey governor. at >>> at 6:13, we continue to keep our eye on a messy morning commute. we will have an update along with the check on the roads coming up. my cancer started as ovarian cancer and it kept coming back in different places. we went from everything being fine to everything not being fine. i really needed someone who could think outside the box. we did the genomic testing pretty early in christine's course. with our treatments we've had great success for her. they gave me treatment options i didn't know about before. there's an atmosphere of hope. the evolution of cancer care is here. learn more at cancercenter.com/philadelphia appointments available now. at ikea, we be
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Apr 12, 2017 6:00am EDT
reach nj or visit reachnj.gov. >>> new from overnight, china's president told president trump that beijing is willing to work with washington toward a peaceful end to north korea's nuclear weapons program. the two leaders spoke by phone last night. the conversation followed president trump's tweet yesterday that china should do more to stop north korea or the u.s. would do it alone. the u.s. moved an aircraft carrier strike group to waters off the korean peninsula after north korea carried out long-range missile tests. >>> this morning, secretary of state rex tillerson meets with the russian foreign minister. he's delivering a message to moscow about the crisis in syria, side with the u.s. or embrace syria's leader. >>> the new jersey attorney general's office is looking into the death of a sicklerville man while in police custody. the family is demanding answers. police arrested him following a traffic stop last month in which a trooper smelled marijuana. police say zemore ingested a white, rocklike substance while in a holding cells. and troopers held him down to try to remove th
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Aug 13, 2015 6:00am EDT
live picture of tianjin, china, a couple of hours outside of beijing after several mass explosions killed at least 44 people. you can still see all of that smoke pouring into the area. right now we don't know what caused the explosion in that city. we do know the death toll is rising. here is a view from above. the thick black smoke as it was happening that caught everyone off-guard and knocking doors off buildings and shattering windows several miles away and happened at a container terminal in the city's warehouse section. people were warned to shut their doors and window because of the possibility of toxic gas. with we will continue to bring you developments throughout this morning. >>> someone shot a man in the head at the counter of a water ice shop in philadelphia last night. sky force 10 flew over the scene on wood vine avenue in overbrook. they say a 19-year-old victim was standing at the counter with friends when someone came up and shot him in the head. he's in critical condition. we spoke to an employee who was at the business at the time. >> i was in the back taking car
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Sep 6, 2016 6:00am EDT
the president who was in china for the g-20 summit will meet with south korea's president. >>> president obama is weighing in on the colin kaepernick protest. kaepernick has been heavily criticized since refusing to stand for the national anthem. the president says the nfl quarterback is just one in a long line of professional athletes who have exercised their constitutional right to make a statement about social issues. >> i think he cares about some real, legitimate issues that have to be talked about. >> kaepernick said his protest isn't meant to be an anti-american gesture but a means to bring attention to racial injustice. >>> morning, everyone. jessica boyington with a quick check on the roads. we're watching big delays on 95 because there's a disabled vehicle into the right-hand shoulder headed southbound toward the center city area. we're also seeing more volume and delays this morning with everyone back to work and back to school. we'll check in with the schuylkill expressway and similar accident scenes when i come back in the next five minutes or so around 6:30.
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Mar 9, 2017 6:00am EST
to accept the offer. he previously served as the ambassador to din china under president obama. >>> and $6 billion in cuts to the department of housing and urban development. according to preliminary documents obtained by "the washington post," nearly $2 billion will be cut from public housing. and ant anti-poverty program eliminated. >>> and the jewish community center in new castle county yesterday, a threat came in just after the jcc opened for the day. following the search of the property, investigators determined the threat was baseless. meanwhile in chester county eight jewish organizations are coming together to stand against hate. nbc10 was there as dpon straight demonstrators packed the steps of the county courthouse. they want to be part of the solution. >> i think it's important if you try on children and for students i speech to speak up for democracy. and same for members of our community being targeted. >> six jewish community centers in our area are calling on attorney general jeff sessions to put more resources into investigating the threat across the country. >
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Apr 13, 2017 6:00am EDT
reverses his long-held hard line on china, why this morning he's singing a different tune. >>> breaking overnight, two more security officers placed on leave involved in dragging that passenger off a united flight. the man's family and lawyer set to speak out this morning. is that airline about to get hit with a massive lawsuit? >>> face-off. the battle between two new york statues takes a surprising twist. the
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Jun 28, 2016 6:00am EDT
the car rolling backwards and hitting a man who was relaxing in his chair. this was in china. he's in the hospital in stable condition. >>> good morning, everyone. first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington watching a few things going on right now. this one is on the 42 freeway over in south jersey where it intersects with the atlantic city expressway, headed nobody. no big delays by the scene right now. just when you get past the deptford area. this seems to be clearing right now. we're moving along nicely. we expect police activity to move by as well. also still watching out in bucks county, that ramp is still blocked off. we had an earlier trash truck fire in place here. we still have several emergency vehicles blocked off. the southbound side down to one lane, a little slow by the scene. >>> now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather. >> a dreary start to the day. here's a look around the area. live pictures right now. the lehigh valley, cloudy skies. this is where we've seen steady showers this morning. it's drying up right now. by nan time we could see more showers,
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Aug 9, 2016 6:00am EDT
. china in second with 13, japan sits in third followed by the russians. >> let's keep it going. >> jay gray joins us live from rio. lilly king took gold by beating a russian rival after being vocal about russia's doping scandal. >> lilly king gets in the pool and says i'm going to win even if you are cheating. her rival from russia who was kicked out of the games four years ago for doping, back in the water this time. we know the problems russia's teams had here. more than 100 athletes not allowed to compete. lilly king says it doesn't matter. i'm better than you, i'm going to win and she did. she exciting. really just a big moment for team usa. michael phelps in fact jumping behind her to support her in everything she said. >> it is almost like back to the cold war days of those olympics, jay, another battle of the russians. team usa boxer nico hernandez beat the gold medal favorite. tell us about that. >> nico, nico! this is unheard of. this guy jumping in and saying hours before the match in muhammad ali fashion, i'm going to win this fight. there is going to be an upset. he
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Aug 21, 2015 6:00am EDT
data out of china led to the losses and added to investors worries about a global slowdown. >> it's 6:25 now. the technology that's given an artificial voice to renowned physicist stephen hawking could soon be helping others with disabilities. >> i rely on technology to help me communicate and live. >> intel, the company that makes that program has now made it available for anyone to download and experiment with for free. intel hopes developers and researchers will use the opportunity to spur innovation and build on the program making it even more efficient for those who need it most.hwnf >>> and jessica boyington with your first alert traffic this morning. we're watching route 100 around pottstown pike, north and southbound, no problems. a little bit lazy out there, though. coming up in the next few minutes, we'll check in with 959 because we're starting to see volume. i'll show you where. let's get a check on the weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> clearing for sunshine which will warm theç mountains into e 70s. right now we're in the 70s in philadelphia with cloudy skies
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Jun 2, 2017 6:00am EDT
china and india advantages over the u.s. this morning there's growing fallout abroad and in our region. >> and pamela osborne is in the digital operations center tracking reaction. there is a cause for concern for a lot of people. tell us more about that. >> reporter: yeah, the whole idea of the paris climate accord is to change, reduce the amount of emissions that cause climate change. if they are not reduced, scientists predict the oceans will rise faster, and there will be more extreme storms like superstorm sandy. we talked to experts at the shore who fear that the future of the jersey shore is being put at risk by the president's decision to pull out of the accord. >> we know that there are negative effects of climate change, and we should be doing more about it, not less. >> reporter: in rittenhouse square last night, 200 concerned citizens packed the church of holy trinity on walnut street. these were local environmentalists hoping to speak with senator pat toomey who was invited, but he did not attend. one mother we spoke to says she understands the president wants to negotiate
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Aug 14, 2015 6:00am EDT
? >>> survivor. a young man pulled alive from the pubrubble in china as conce grow over possible toxic fumes around the blast site. officials claim it is safe. why are residents being evacuated? >>> banner day. secretary of state john kerry said to raise the american flag over the newly re-opened u.s. embassy in cuba for the first time in more than 50 years.
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May 23, 2016 6:00am EDT
as it faces an increasingly aggressive china. president obama also talked about the death of a taliban leader. mullah akhtar monsoor was killed in a u.s. drone strike friday. the president says taking him out is a clear message that the u.s. will do whatever it takes to protect u.s. forces in afghanistan. >>> the search continues in the mediterranean sea for the black f boxes. egypt sent a robot submarine to join the hunt for wreckage, debris and human remains have already been recovered. egypt's president says mounting evidence points to a sudden and dramatic catastrophe as the cause of this crash. >>> today a judge is expected to issue a verdict in the trial of a baltimore police officer charged in the death of freddie gray. officer edward nero is one of six baltimore police officers facing charges in connection with gray's arrest and death. nero is from south jersey. he graduated from washington township high school. and served as a volunteer firefighter there for ten years. >>> a quarter past 6:00 a.m. and looks like jessica is looking at route 1, maybe the boulevard perhap
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Aug 22, 2016 6:00am EDT
medals, followed by china and great britain, and russia. the 2016 rio olympics are now history. >> we can look back on record-setting performances, magical moments including last night's finale. closing ceremony, simone biles, u.s. champion gymnast, she almost got blown away, holding on to that flag, she's so tiny. athletes from around the world took pictures with biles who won five medals, four of them gold. the finale included a tribute to brazilian culture and the handoff to tokyo, the host four years from now. keeping in tradition, water poured down the flame until it slowly flickered out. >>> the u.s. men's basketball team took care of business. lowry helped team usa beat serbia in the gold medal game, 96-66. lowry scored five points and four assists. america also medaled on the volleyball court yesterday. team usa battled back from two sets to one deficit to beat russia for the bronze. three of the u.s. team's 12 members are penn state grads. >>> there's also olympic heartbreak for u.s. wrestler frank molinaro. the barnegat native made to the bronze medal match but came u
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Sep 8, 2016 6:00am EDT
tv-commercial power's either going to be germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan.
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