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Jan 4, 2016 4:00pm EST
more than 2% of value. the selloff comes after a manufacturing report from china. the losses are so big in china that trading was automatically halted by a new circuit breaker system there. >>> back in this country a federal judge says bill cosby's wife has to testify this week in a civil lawsuit filed against her husband. camille cosby will testify in a defamation suit on wednesday in springfield, massachusetts. the lawsuit was filed by seven women who say bill cosby sexually assaulted them, alleging the median allowed his representatives to paint them as liars. cosby is countersuing, accusing the women of making false allegations for financial gain. cosby and his representatives have repeatedly denied all allegations of sexual assault. but cosby faces a preliminary hearing for a sex assault here in montgomery county next week. cosby's lawyer says the criminal case is unjustified and politically motivated. and today the prosecutor at the center of the case took his oath of office in montgomery county. >> in his first public appearance as district attorney, kevin steele talked about
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Aug 24, 2015 4:00pm EDT
they say uncertainty in china is throwing the rest of the world markets out of whack. >> china is seen as such a large part of the world economy and when they start to devalue their currency, a lot of people get frightened by that. >> reporter: dan young is a business professor at whimg tiln university. he says the market is ebbs and flows but does go up over time. michael isn't happy with the market right now but certainly isn't freaking out. >> we did get a couple calls this morning but we try to remind our clients that short term noise does not equate to, you know, long term gains or losses. >> reporter: michael says now is the time to control your emotions and stick with your financial plan. don't change things up because you lost some money on paper. he says a good diversified portfolio will do well over time. if you keep chipping in with the market is down you can turn black monday into a black friday sale. the money you chip into your 401(k) you are getting more shares at lower prices right now. >> it's human nature to be scared and to worry, but again, if you have an inves
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Jan 6, 2016 4:00pm EST
. tremors reached as far away as china and south korea. a number of countries including china, north korea's closest ally are condemning the test. pledging to pursue new sanctions on the impoverish country. some candidates spoke about the threat. >> they have long-range missile cape able to deliver weapon, that is a direct threat to the united states. >> north core rewhy needs to back baon the list of state sponsors terrorists. >> it's like looking at a crystal ball. this is where iran ends up if we continue on the same misguided path. >> claims of the test caused wall street to take a tumble this morning. the dow lost 200 points after the opening bell. the dow closed down more than 250 points. >>> pennsylvania is getting $2 billion credit line to keep from bouncing checks. the state treasurer says the wolf administration drew half of the loan. state's cash balance expected to be as much as $922 million in the red by next week. and the state will likely stay in the red until tax collections pick up in the spring. state has to repay the entire loan by the end of june. >>> thinking of
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Sep 7, 2017 4:00pm EDT
. >>> germany's chancellor and the president of china are calling for tougher sanctions against north korea following its latest nuclear test. president putin said russia is ready to offer economic corporation to north korea. also today south korea deployed additional high-techen anti-missile defense systems to counter north korea's ballistic missiles. protesters said it's one that will raise tensions with north korea and china rather than solving the problem. >> things kind of cleared out in our area. >> unb like the rain. >> we ended up with a decent afternoon. e we could still see a few spotty showers here and there. and tomorrow as well. i'll show you why in a moment. we have a few clouds with some sunshine. 73 degrees right now. that's almost 10 degrees below average. e we don't have pouring rain. feels like 73 and winds are out of the west. we're quiet here other than the clouds. but if we expand it just a little bit, you'll see that yesterday we talked about this area of low pressure that was just right over the great lakes. it's taking the heavier rain with it. as these bands wrap a
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Nov 8, 2017 4:00pm EST
over hillary clinton. >> mr. trump is marking the occasion in china. the president told reporters today he considered having a celebration party but white house officials say there are no plans to formally acknowledge the anniversary. china is the latest stop on the president's five-nation tour of asia. >>> the 19-year-old accused of shooting a camden police officer will remain in custody. today the suspect and the injured officer came face to face again, but this time in this courtroom. the judge denied bail for the suspect after considering ten arrests and three felony convictions in the past year. the officer made sure to show up even though he was in a wheelchair. last wednesday the officer was shot in the leg during a struggle with the suspect. the officer's dad said, despite his son still nursing a leg wound, he wasn't going to miss today's court hearing. >> he is a tough kid. it won't deter him. i guess that's why he made the appearance. he wants to show everybody he is doing well and the support he is getting. >> the officer is expected to make a full recovery. >>> texas o
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Jan 13, 2016 4:00pm EST
out of china, falling oil prices pressured stocks. >>> explosion at a local school sends a maintenance worker to the hospital. the incident happened this afternoon at edmonds school in east mount airy. a maintenance person, whoing on the heater when the boiler exploded. he was taken to einstein hospital with second and third-degree burns to the lower part of his body. he will be okay. we spoked to several relieved parents afterwards. >> turned and looked like, my building vibrated if i came outside and seen parents walking towards the school. one lady saying, i think it was an explosion at the school. >> completely relieved he was okay, in one piece, and safe. >> the school will remain closed for the next two days while they repair the heating united. >> a married chester county pastor out of the country but expected to surrender on charges that he raped a teenage girl and got her pregnant. nbc 10's deanna durante talked to police and the church pastor today. she's live with more on this. >> reporter: investigators say that malone befriended a young victim, encouraged her t
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Jun 6, 2017 4:00pm EDT
outdone by the bull and in a china shop, this peacock decided to see how much damage it could do in a liquor store. the answer is plenty. they rounded up this colorful bird, but not until after it made its way to the store monday and knocked over about $500 worth of booze. the peacock was taken to an animal refuge unharmed but maybe a little tipsy. >> a california middle schoolteacher is facing criticism for her classroom page in the yearbook. students decorated the page to their teacher. there are images of the flag and a symbol of the kkk. the students said they didn't know the symbols were signs of hate. the teacher says the page represented what the kids learned about the civil war. the school lans to remove that page ask reprint the yearbooks. >>> nbc 10 continues to follow breaking news in the bill cosby trial. >> the star witness takes the stand. what she had to say when she faced cosby in court. >>> plus b kevin hart says cosby influenced his career as a comedian, but what he's saying about cosby now? >>> keep the umbrella and the jacket handy. as long as the wind is off the o
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May 19, 2016 4:00pm EDT
cream in philly for decades, but did you know bassett's biggest customer is china how they boost business going overseas. >> yum. >> that looks good. >> oh, yeah. >> oh, yeah. >>> several south jersey towns are buzzing with excitement about beer. >> one brewery with a grand opening today and another set for saturday. we have all the buzz on this brewery boom. >> reporter: it's about the diverse flavors, chemistry, and the atmosphere. >> this is really exciting. i think that there will be tons of people coming out. >> reporter: south jersey embarking on a new era. >> there has not been this many breweries since preprohibition years. >> reporter: complete with hops, yeast, malt, and whatever else you throw into craft beer. >> last week, we used watermelon, fresh line, pushed beer through it. >> reporter: the assistant brew master celebrates the grand opening today. >> i'm beyond excited. it's beyond the pale. >> reporter: a family affair, a reality she and her son, a firefighter, and daughter-in-law have been brewing since 2013. >> the beers we offer are healthy, wealthy, and wise.
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Mar 30, 2017 4:00pm EDT
using chemicals shipped from china to make thousands of pounds of synthetic of the. they seized two and a half million dollars in cash. >>> in atlanta county, longport joined the towns banning smoking. varieties could face fines up to a a thousand dollars. >>> it was all about girl power in camden. senator cruz spoke to female students a at a charter school. her goal was to inspire the girls to become community leaders themselves. it's part of women's history month which wraps up tomorrow. >>> a town isn't without prying people away from their cell phones. >> it's hard for people to look away. the new street lights keeping your eyes on the road while looking down. >>> long-time eyesores disappearing from the gateway to one of the jr. see shore's most popular resort. . i'm ted greenberg with the changing landscape you'll find this summer. . >>> coming up at 5:00, it's a painting from decades ago. the fbi has cracked the case. the valiant taste times of death, but once!! uh, excuse me, waiter. i ordered the soup... of course, ma'am. my apologies. c'mon, caesar. let's go. caesar on a c
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Aug 14, 2017 4:00pm EDT
. >>> president donald trump wants a trade investigation into china's alleged theft of american technology and intellectual property. this afternoon he signed an executive order asking his trade office to consider the probe. any investigation could easily last a year. >>> passengers are crediting a septa bus driver for keeping them safe during this crash in east mt. airy today. the bus crashed into a car around 11:30 this morning. it ended up on the front lawn of a home. no one on board was seriously hurt. passengers say that the driver's quick reaction was the reason for that. >> the bus driver actually did a phenomenal job. going between the tree and pole and not hitting any hoel house or anything else, he did a great job. >> the driver of the car was taken to the hospital, but we're still work to find out how serious that person's injuries are. >>> you can forget about using the driver's license center on islands avenue in southwest philadelphia for a while. it's closed for repairs until further notice after being hit by a car sunday. the center wasn't open at the time. it's not clear how l
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Oct 21, 2016 4:00pm EDT
than anybody in this area, have shut down or left the united states since china entered the world trade organization. >> in johnstown, cam brea county, at the end of the day, he will have attended three rallies in pennsylvania state. hillary clinton and running mate tim kaine will be holding a rally in university city tomorrow night. in the morning they will speak at a high school in pittsburgh. kaine is already here in pennsylvania, he just spoke at a rally in state college. he talked to students at penn state university. vice president joe biden also in pennsylvania, he is speaking right now at a clinton rally at wilkes university in wilkes barry. . >> bill clinton attended a rally in jacksonville, florida, he spoke at the florida education association delegate assembly in orlando. the most recent poll has hillary clinton leading by 4 points here in pennsylvania. a lot going on, live in the breaking news center. >> that is a busy day on the campaign trail. >> andrea klein thomas is in bucks county with a look at what supporters are hoping to hear tonight. hackers shut down twitt
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Sep 22, 2016 4:00pm EDT
courthouse in china. the attorneys just announced scott's will view police video of that shooting later today as we had mentioned earlier in this report. the ed was so bad last night, several major companies -- i should say the violence was so bad that several major companies in charlotte they actually told their employees to stay home and avoid downtown. live in the breaking news center, keith jones nbc 10 news. >> all right. overcast skies greeted the folks in ocean city, windy conditions have people covering up there. this is a live look at boathouse row along the banks of the schuylkill. see the green on the banks? it's nothing harmful, but it's going to go away. beautiful day, still warm out there, nbc 10 first alert chief meteorologist erica martin is there this afternoon. >> it doesn't feel like fall just yet but we hear it's coming. >> we're talking about a major cooldown over the weekend, but let's all welcome fall officially. days getti ting shorter as we a know, in fact today is the first sun set before 7:00 p.m., approximately 6:59 p.m. yes, it's getting cooler, but that's n
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Aug 26, 2016 4:00pm EDT
now. the world's clean energy super 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. ♪ ♪ award winning interface. award winning design. award winning engine. the volvo xc90. the most awarded suv of the century. >>> he's delivered mail through rain, sleet and snow for half a century. >> thomas pender said he has no plans to retire. but the postal service could not let 50 years go unnoticed. with tears in his eyes, pender accepted the applause of his co-workers. the philadelphia native received a silver watch and praise from the postmaster general for his dedication. during this morning's celebration at the city's main post office, pender said he doesn't even think about retiring. >> you know, if you don't use it, you lose it. i keep thinking, you know, keep going. let's keep going. >> got to love that smile there. when p
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Oct 12, 2017 4:00pm EDT
increased, about 150%. they tell me that fentanyl is coming to the streets here from china, it's hard to defects, it's being run right through the u.s. postal service. running scared. >> you don't know what you'll get, but we're not getting anything that we're expecting anymore. it's just deadly. >> reporter: 27-year-old michael left the e.r. wednesday night with his life and a message. >> i got scars all over my body because of this drug. i want every kid to understand they need to stay away from this. i have routined three families. >> reporter: he was one of 14 who overdosed on a batch of heroin laced with fentanyl wednesday. it forced the new jersey attorney general to tweet this warning mid day. >> they said i was freaking out, i waspunching myself in the face and going ballistic. >> one of the people had given us information of
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Sep 8, 2016 4:00pm EDT
energy super 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. >>> new study shows marijuana use continues to rise among college students. researchers at the university of michigan found 38% of students used marijuana last year. that's up from 30% in 2006. abuse of prescription drugs, heroin and amphetamines, that's declined on college campuses. >>> earlier today, nbc 10 was in south philadelphia to kick off hunger action month. they launched the month-long fund-raiser and food drive. the goal is to raise 50,000 meals for people across the delaware valley. several trucks were parked outside the event to give the food donations a boost. >>> on the eve of his induction, sixers legend allen iverson, no show. >> randy gyllenhaal followed fans to massachusetts for tomorrow's ceremony. not the surprise they were expecting. right
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Oct 17, 2017 4:00pm EDT
conference. the ag said the amount of fentanyl coming into the u.s. from china is a massive problem. >>> pennsylvania is using $4 million to help people suffering from opioid and heroin addiction. governor wolf made the announcement in harrisburg. it will be used to create health programs. >>> in the last 90 minutes, joe biden responded to comments from president trump about former presidents and gold star families. you'll remember a reporter asked president trump whether he'd called the families of four soldiers killed. here's what he said. >> if you look at president obama and other presidents, most of them didn't make calls. a lot of them didn't make calls. i am going to be calling them. >> many have taken the president to task for his comments. that list includes joe biden. lauren mayk spoke with the former vice president about president trump's claims. she's joining us live from new castle county. >> the former vice president was here at the university of delaware talking about bipartisanship with ohio governor john kasich çtoday. as he left, i caught up with vice president b
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Aug 13, 2015 4:00pm EDT
flames are still billowing from four fires after yesterday's massive explosions in china. today we know at least 50 people are dead. still unknown, what caused the explosions so large they registered as seismic events. the government is setting up monitoring stations to see what's in the air. they are trying to assure people they are not in danger. where this happened, tianjin, is a sister city of philadelphia. >>> here in this country a ceiling collapsed on the concert goers in minneapolis. now three people are recovered from their injuries after this happened at the iconic first avenue nightclub last night. when the 30 by 30 foot section of ceiling fell it caused a water pipe to break as well. 1,000 people watching the concert got out quickly. >>> firefighters rescued a center city woman after she was trapped in a building collapse. neighbors say they have been complaining about safety on this property for awhile now. nbc 10's doug shimell is live on the scene. you learned that this building collapse is tied to the deadly market street building collapse in 2013. >> reporter: exactly.
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Aug 22, 2016 4:00pm EDT
country was china with 70 followed by great britain and russia. president obama saluted team usa with this tweet which read in part, quote, couldn't be prouder of team usa. your determination and passion inspired so many of us. nbc 10 was in brazil covering it all for you. you can watch our stories on the successes of our local athletes on the nbc 10 app. plus logon for the best of rio, a gallery of the top images from the summer games. >> yeah. this is more like it. it's been really hot and humid, even at the shore lately, but not today, and this great weather is going to continue. it's 82 degrees with sunshine in philadelphia. we've got some places as low as the 70s. mid-70s in the lehigh valley right now. now, it did get hot over the weekend. it was 93 saturday and 89 with very high humidity. 82 so far today and tomorrow was likely to be right around the same and then had a little bit warmer on wednesday, but the humidity is still going to be down thursday and friday, yeah. then it's going to start getting more uncomfortable. as we head towards the shore. it's all about the wind di
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Sep 7, 2016 4:00pm 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. he's making it up. of course, anyone who commits a violent crime needs to be prosecuted -- and put behind bars. narrator: katie mcginty will keep us safe -- more police on the streets, better training and equipment, and take on the gun lobby for gun safety laws. katie: i'm the daughter of a police officer, and the mother of three. i'll stand with law enforcement to fight crime, and protect our families. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. >>> take a look here at within of the most memorable moments at the u.s. open. caroline swats an autographed ball into the stands after a win. she makes a great one-handed grab. a terrific catch. she knows it. and now she has an incredible souvenir to take home. >> nice. >>> in delaware, making a difference for kids in tough spots. the annual two-day radiothon is under
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Apr 17, 2017 4:00pm EDT
pence also says china should address the north korea address but if that does not happen, the u.s. and other countries will take action. >> the president and i have great confidence that china will properly deal with north korea, but as president trump made clear just a few short days ago, if china is unable to deal with north korea, the united states and our allies will. >> vice president pence also said the u.s. and china are willing to increase cooperation to convince north korea to abandon its illegal weapons program. >> both isis and the taliban must be defeated in afghanistan. mcmasters visited just days after the military dropped "the mother of all bombs" killing isis militants. it was the biggest weapon ever used in military combat. >> it's not just a bomb but it's really what our soldiers are doing every day alongside courageous afghan soldiers, insuring who victimize women, who shoot people in hospital beds -- >> general mcmaster also spoke about u.s. concerns over russia's presence in afghanistan and how it interacts with taliban fighters. >> this afternoon mike sor ren
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Oct 8, 2015 4:00pm EDT
attacks originated in china, south korea, and germany. a letter from wisconsin senator ron johnson says her e-mail server was vulnerable to cyber attacks during a time when a threat-monitoring product was not used. a clinton campaign spokesman commented on the record saying "ron johnson is ripping a page from the house benghazi committee's playbook and mounting his own taxpayer-funded sham of an investigation with the sole purpose of attacking hillary clinton politically. the justice department is already conducting a review concerning the security of her e-mail server and ron johnson has no business interfering with it for his own partisan ends." >>> the future of fifa's leadership is in crisis following a major crackdown from the ethics committee. the fifa president who made international headlines for corruption investigation has been suspended for 90 days and he's not the only one. michel platini, favored to take the job, also suspended 90 days. another presidential hopeful was suspended for six years. it comes during an ongoing corruption investigation into fifa. the election
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Jan 7, 2016 4:00pm EST
start for a year on record. the problems began in china, where for the second time this week emergency circuit breakers triggered a shutdown in chinese stock markets because of a more than 7% drop within the first hour of trading. an emergency meeting was held to suspend the circuit breakers effective tomorrow, so what moves should you make with your money? if it's in the stock market, we're going to ask a cnbc analyst coming up at 4:45. >>> developing, another nude photo scandal and the students are getting younger and younger. this time middle schoolers at school reported classmates were showing nude cell phone pictures of another student and now police are trying to figure out how this started. george spencer is live in coatesville. george, this is not new. apparently this investigation started a while ago. >> reporter: yeah, jacqueline. local police had been investigating one of the middle schoolers involved in this case based on an earlier tip. up until yesterday, though, nothing had happened at the school, but when it did, this case grew to a whole new level. based in this charte
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Dec 3, 2015 4:00pm EST
-funded program that lets students spend four weeks in china studying science, technology, engineering and take math courses. they also take mandarin language classes. 20 students went to china this last summer. >>> it's beginning to look a lot like christmas, two cities will celebrate the holidays with tree lighting ceremonies. tonight in philadelphia the mayor will switch on the lights before 8:00 tonight. the tree in the city hall courtyard is a 45-foot tall fir, there will be performances from cast members "a christmas story: the musical." camden will also hold its annual holiday tree lighting this evening, as well. that's happening at 5:00 p.m. in front of city hall. there will be free parking, hot cocoa, and plenty of carollers. >>> well, a woman's getting a lot of attention on social media for what she calls a lesson in kindness. we're going to tell you the story behind this birthday cake and why it has special meaning for the person who wrote that happy birthday message. >>> then all new tonight at 5:00, dorney park becomes a playground for an alleged pedophile. the charges a man f
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Oct 29, 2015 4:00pm EDT
you hear about this, major change for families in china. according to state media, china will drop its one-child policy and allow couples to have two children. that change is being made to improve the balance development of population, according to the government and to deal with an aging population. the one-child policy was introduced in 1979 and was always unpopular. >>> a new recall to tell you about this afternoon. recalling about 34,000 child bicycle trailers which allows cyclists to tow children behind their bikes. on seven models made between 2009 and 2015 the black plastic tow bar can actually separate from the bike when it appears to be connected and that can cause a crash. if you have one, stop using it, contact burley designs. >>> what was supposed to be a vacation has ended with a lawsuit for a couple visiting hawaii. a lesbian couple suing the honolulu police department after they say they were arrested for holding hands and kissing inside a grocery store. courtney wilson and taylor guerrero claim they were assaulted by an off duty police officer who witnessed their behavi
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Nov 3, 2017 4:00pm EDT
like china and south korea, hoping to keep the growing tension under control. take a look. president trump will make stops in china, japan, south korea, vietnam, and the philippines. five countries in ten days. >>> house democratic leaders blasted the republican tax overhaul play today. >> i say they're taking american people for suckers. >> minority leader nancy pelosi says the republicans are making outrageous claims. she argued it's a cut for corporation and the superwealthy with the middle class offers crumbs. yesterday president trump called it a beautiful christmas present for americans. representative chris coons is concerned. >> we won't know it until after its passed. >> reporter: he thinks it's time for tax reform, but this isn't the right plan for america. but this plan is a republican only bill and he added, there are a lot of bipartisan proposals that could be taken up. go to the nbc 10 app to read a full breakdown of the tax plan and see the pros and cons for your family. >>> breaking news right now out of new york, police say they have a credible rape allega
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Jan 20, 2017 4:00pm EST
to put their interests first. >> when you've got putin, and he's not alone, i think china feels this way too. we have our sphere of influence, you've got yours, you stay out of our business and we'll stay out of your business. >> if you added that paragraph to the speech, vladimir putin would like that. if he said you've got your sphere, i've got my sphere, that's what putin would want. >> the same implication you drew, i drew, which is a message to the world that if we stay out of each other's way, we'll be fine. but it doesn't play well with what was said about the south china sea and the asian built islands. >> you mean subsidizing foreign militaries, does that send a signal about nato. >> that's not going to go down well at nato or japan or korea. they see that there's burden sharing and that line is going to make them nervous. >> but he did say he wanted to strengthen some alliances. so if you're looking for comfort that he won't sort of scramble the nato alliance, you can grab on to that. if you're nervous about it, you grab on to the other line. >> if you watch general ma
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Jul 30, 2015 4:00pm EDT
time for next summer's games. >>> beijing, china hopes to be named the host city for the 2022 winter olympics. a decision will be revealed tomorrow. the chinese capital hosted the summer games in 2008 so it already has a lot of infrastructure built. environmentalists are concerned about air quality and a lack of snow. other critics say china still needs to improve its human rights record. remember, nbc 10 is your official olympic station. >>> potentially severe storms could interrupt the evening commute and outdoor dinner plans. >> window behind us a little drier now. first alert meteorologist sheena parveen is tracking the rain. >> we have heavy rain leading to localized flooding in some areas. thunderstorms along with it. we are watching that move through the area. coming up, we track the storms for you, see what time you can expect them and how your weekend forecast looks, straight ahead. >>> while one of chaka fattah's nonprofits is under investigation, supporters say that should not negate the good he does. coming up. (plays throughout) ♪ sometimes, at last doesn't happen at f
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Aug 27, 2015 4:00pm EDT
china, a sinkhole suddenly opens up at a bus stop, swallowing five people. several people could be seen standing at the bus stop when the pavement suddenly collapses below them. you can see one woman there at the top of the screen clung to pipes below the pavement. four others fell into the hole. we can report tonight thankfully everyone's okay. >> boy, you can see how quickly that happened there. >>> a bread maker says its products might have glass in them. >> next, the items you need to check. >>> plus, gauging the nutrition of school lunches. a new report checks what our nation's students are eating. >>> and the famous sprinter takes a tumble. see what happens when a photographer runs into the world's fastest man. >>> an a for effort. fram health officials say schools in the u.s. are heading in the right direction when it comes to giving kids healthy lunches. researchers discovered nearly all schools offered students two or more fruits along with vegetables every day. the amount of sodium has been cut in half. instead kids are given low salt canned vegetables or alternative seasoning
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Jul 31, 2015 4:00pm EDT
. china has said it plans to reuse several venues from those games. here's the lineup of host cities that are set. rio de janeiro, brazil will host next year's summer games. south korea has the winter games in 2018. tokyo will host the summer games in 2020. then beijing has the winter games in 2022. nbc 10 is the official tv station of the olympics. >>> the temperature is just about exactly as hot as it was yesterday but it sure doesn't feel the same. it's all about the humidity. we've got big humidity relief today and into the weekend. but the heat continues. 90 degree plus weather for at least a few more days. the weekend forecast from the shore to the poconos in general looking pretty great. lot of sunshine out there now and all day. lot of blue in the sky and it has reached 90 degrees but look at the relative humidity. only 29%. so the feels like temperature is 90. yesterday that feels like temperature reached 99 in philadelphia and triple digits in some areas just to the south. temperatures in the mid 80s to the north and west. 80 degrees in mt. pocono right now. and it is into
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Mar 11, 2016 4:00pm EST
against one with trump trying to defend his policies on social security, cuba, taxing china and banning muslims. trump said he does not condone the recent violence of some of his rallies after a man was arrested for punching a protester in north carolina. >> a suspicious substance showed up at the texas headquarters of ted cruz's campaign turned out to be soap. the hazmat team went to the office when a cruz staff member found a mysterious white substance in a letter. the fbi now has the package and the note that was attached. here in pennsylvania a judge's decision to dismiss a challenge to cruz's eligibility to run for president could go to the state supreme court. carmen elliott argues that cruz is not eligible and shouldn't appear on pennsylvania's primary ballot. because the texas senator was born in canada. the u.s. constitution says a candidate must be a natural born citizen to run for president. a commonwealth judge reiterated yesterday that natural born means any person born to an american citizen regardless of where. cruz's mother was born in the u.s. and has been a u.s. citize
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Aug 5, 2015 4:00pm EDT
could help you live longer. a new study of nearly a half million people in china shows eating spicy food, 6 to 7 times a week reduced the risk of early death by 14%. rates of cancer, heart disease and respiratory disease were lower among spicy eaters. >>> aramark is vowing to change the food they serve in hospitals, schools and other facilities. they teamed up with the american heart association to cut fat and sodium by 20% by 2020. aramark has pledged to boost the amount of fruits, vegetables, whole grains in its meals by the same amount over five years. >>> they are months away, but travel experts say we should be thinking about the holidays. >> we should. next, when the experts say it's the best time to booing your flight. >>> plus, humidity is way down today, even more relief from the hot weather is coming. when we're going to cool down a bit, and how a new storm system could impact your weekend next. i was about to head to thecheck. bank, but out of nowhere it just started to rain. like really rain. [clap of thunder] i did not want to go out. [clap of thunder] but then i was like du
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Apr 6, 2017 4:00pm EDT
. >> back to you guys. >>> president trump is kick iin off a highly anticipated summit with china's president in florida today. the chinese leader ask wife arrived this afternoon for the first face to face meeting with trump. they delivered an ultimate um. north korea fired yet another ballistic missile yesterday. a shake up in the investigation into russian interference in the election. the head of the intelligence committee is stepping aside from that investigation. democrat hs alleged that the congressman was too close to president trump and cannot lead an impartial inquiry. >> secretary of state rex tillerson says the u.s. is considering a serious response following the chemical attack in syria. tuesday's attack killed 100 people including many churn. the government says it didn't use those chemical weapons, but secretary of state tillerson says he has no doubt they are responsible and even president trump says something should happen to syria. >>> 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with chris christie calling out amtrak. >> he's threatening to withhold fund iing a after this
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Jan 18, 2017 4:00pm EST
trade with china. ross was picked to lead the commerce department during his confirmation hearing today ross said that countries who resort to malicious trading tactics should be punished. >>> and new jersey governor chris christie says he turned down a few jobs in the trump administration because his wife refused to move to d.c. governor christie said he didn't get a job offer he considered exciting enough to leave his office and family. he has two children still in high school. christie is in his final year of his last term as governor. >>> now back to lauren live in washington. donald trump will be sworn in office in two days. >> you moved to a new location since we last saw you about 15 minutes ago. >> reporter: yeah. we moved about the next block over from where we were. we are on the mall right now. in is where a lot of folks will be coming to watch the inauguration. they've got a pretty good view, actually, of the capitol. some of them, if they have maybe tickets that are a little bit farther away, they'll be watching on one of the big screens. if you look down there, you c
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Jun 28, 2016 4:00pm EDT
after that car backs up, trapped him underneath. in china, witnesses lifting that car off the man. here he is now covering in the hospital. he's expected to be okay. >>> hover boards and kiddie pools, they sound like a lot of fun. >> but they're among many toys now on the consumer watchdog's annual list of dangerous summer toys. the world against toys causing harm has been releasing toy lists for more than three decades. toy guns, trampolines, bounce houses and as we mentioned hoverboards and kiddie pools. it represents the range of dangers faced by children with summer toys from eye injuries to drownings. for a link to the full list head over to our website nbc10.com. >>> speaking of dangerous, a philadelphia woman said a live wire fell on her front lawn after a peco transformer fell in her yard. >> after weeks turned into months, she reached out to nbc 10 responds and you'll see how harry hairston was able to help next. >>> i'm watching this line of storms. the first alert radar, could impact parts of the area. that's next in my first alert forecast. >>> it's hard to believe the king
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May 30, 2016 4:00pm EDT
china, germany, mexico, and vietnam. we wish them all a sincere con grantlations. ♪ >> events on the battleship included a wreath ceremony. they placed a wreath of red, white, and blue flowers in the river to honor troops who died to protect our freedom. >> of course, we're thinking about the rain out this. more rain ahead this moe mori y -- memorial day today. >> glen is tracking it neighborhood by neighborhood. glen? >> the neighborhood at the shore got robbed today. not everybody saw the rain today, but now other areas of storms are firing up. tracking those too in the first alert forecast. >>> today, a special honor for the late beau biden. >> exactly one year after he pass away. nbc 10 bureau reporter, tim furlong was at the ceremony and is live now, tim? >> reporter: yeah, keith, tough day for the biden family and many for in delaware we lost beau biden a year ago today, but today, the family came out here after a mass a a private church in greenville, came here where beau biden, in the national guard, came here to be honored in a building and facility that bears his name. one
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Dec 8, 2015 4:00pm EST
not been charged with a crime. >>> beijing, china, is a haze this afternoon. the culprit, smog. the city has issued a red alert and that means schools and factories are closed and there are restrictions on traffic. smog is a regular problem, but this is the first time beijing has ever taken these steps. >>> a local student is competing for one of the country's highest science honors. >> and her work may be saving lives in the process. emily chang from montgomery county competed in the math, science, and technology competition. she and her team are helping detect liver cancer through a urine test. they also developed software that analyzes the data very quickly. chang says she wants to focus on early detection instead of treatment. >> a lot of companies out there currently are trying to find ways to treat cancer, however, we want to look to the future so we're focusing on early detection. we wouldn't have to worry about trying to cure it when it's in the later stages. >> finalists get a total of a half million dollars in scholarships. good for them. >>> the way experts rate the safet
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Aug 22, 2017 4:00pm EDT
caught on camera right here. you can see the twister tearing through a town in northern china. all that debris in the air, strong air spent that swirling around. right now there's no word on any injuries. >>> closer to home, severe weather swamped parts of the midwest. >> flooding caused by heavy rain forced some to seek shelter. you see them there. these people in missouri needed a a boat to get them to safety. police reported more than 100 calls for water rescues. creeks in the area rose to record levels set back in july. >>> parts of our area could see heavy downpours and damaging winds tonight. weather tracking the threat for thunderstorms. >> they are out there. and they are incredibly severe in new york state right now. not everybody is going to see a thunderstorm around here. that's why the first alert neighborhood weather is so important. i'm tracking what you can expect, plus the big koldown coming in your most accurate weather forecast. >>> also what caused a septa train to crash b injuring dozens of passengers. a railroad expert explores the possibility new at 5:00. ♪ ♪ a
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Jun 1, 2017 4:00pm EDT
. leadership to china. it was clear where the president's head was domestically, not internationally saying at one point he represents pittsburgh not paris. >>> president obama just released a statement about president trump's decision. he says this administration joined a small handful of nations that reject the future, but he says he's confident cities and states will step up and lead the way when it comes to helping the environment. the president's move to pull out of the paris agreement could have a major impact on the jersey shore. nbc 10 ted greenberg spoke with environmentalists about the risks. that's at 6:00. >>> you could feel that breeze off the delaware bay today. warm though. look at this family. stopping by at the camden waterfront. wouldn't you love to be cooling off in the wave pool too. take a look. this is camel beach mountain waterpark. not much activity going on there. i think it actually needs to open further for there to be activity. beautiful nonetheless. >> it's the 1st day of june. beautiful out there. >> it is. i got a new pair of sunglasses. we have lots of
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May 9, 2016 4:00pm EDT
what would you do right here? watch the good samaritans spring in action. this was in china, four of them working together to rescue a woman after she krcrashed the c in the river. two jumped in the water and used hammers to break windows open and pulled the woman out. the woman is fine. next day, the authorities honored the rescuers with awards for bravery. >>> now to a yearbook controversy in california. a high school there is under fire after falsely identifying a muslim student as isis in the yearbook. she was wearing a head covering worn by muslim women. the photo is labeled isis phillips, but that's not her name. the student named isis phillips transferred to a different school, and the school has since apologized. >>> a viral video of a baby trying to stay afloat in a pool is stirring up mixed reactions. >> we'll show you the video, the mother fighting against critics. take a look. right there, seven month old girl enticed by a toy, flops in the water, but look, she flips over and floats on her own. technique is called infant swimming resource. it teaches children how to re
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Aug 17, 2015 4:00pm EDT
explosives at that scene. >>> in china, 114 people are dead after a warehouse explosion last week. 70 people are still missing. authorities confirmed there were several hundred tons of toxic chemicals on the site at the time of the blast. officials also said they sealed all waterways leading into the scene from the blast site. >>> angry residents took to the streets to protest the way the chinese government has handled the warehouse explosion. those whose homes were destroyed say they need more compensation from the government. >>> new information and pictures of the plane that crashed in indonesia yesterday. you can see the wreckage. officials now say nearly a half million dollars in government cash was on board that flight. the money was meant to he help poor families. meantime, indonesian officials say they are still searching for survivors. 54 people were on board that flight. >>> police have arrested a man accused of killing the granddaughter of actor morgan freeman. authorities say they found the 33-year-old lying injured in a new york city street. medics rushed hines to harlem
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Feb 21, 2017 4:00pm EST
tougher laws in some foreign countries. >> we used to send ten families a month to china, now one family would have to wait seven or eight years to get a baby. >> reporter: one upward trend is that more african-americans are adopting. >> and they don't have to wait as long. for some reason there's a lot more african-american babies. >> reporter: open adoptions where birth mothers choose and stay connected to the adoptive families are more common. the birth mothers tend to pick young couples but many are also more open minded than in the past. rossi believes having a connection with their birth parents helps her children understand that they weren't given up. >> they can hear directly from their birth families, then it becomes so much more powerful. and it means so much more. >> these days more birth mothers are using the internet to find adoptive families. she worries that could lead to problems when it comes to legal issues and background checks that agency typically handle. something you don't think about until you are ready to take the plunge and adopt. >> we were surprised it
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Aug 30, 2016 4:00pm EDT
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. >>> ryan lochte is keeping quiet about whether he'll return to brazil to face charges for filing a false police report. he said they're just trying to get it over with. he admitted to matt lauer that he lied about having a gun held to his head at a rio gas station where he and three teammates stopped to use the restroom. he offered to reimburse jimmy feigen for a fine he had to pay to leave brazil. >>> a pop super star performing her civic durt. >> taylor swift posed for pictures with other potential jurors at the courthouse. this was in nashville. she was reporting for an aggravated rape and kidnapping case. the judge dismissed swift when she explained the concerns about her own upcoming trial with a fan groping her at a meet-and-greet. she said she's happy to serve on a jury for any other
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Oct 16, 2015 4:00pm EDT
being born a mile high. six hours into an air china flight from taiwan to los angeles, a passenger told a flight attendant she was going into labor. an l.a. doctor coming back from her honeymoon jumped in to deliver her baby. the mom was eight months pregnant. she and the baby are said to be doing well. >>> now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good evening. after enjoying another day with temperatures in the 60s, by tomorrow we'll be in the mid 50s, but really tomorrow night, into sunday night that is the big weather headline, so a cold weekend ahead for us, we are tracking our first frost and freeze and temperatures overnight saturday and sunday will get pretty close to our record lows, so within about five degrees, we don't expect to break the reports, but we'll be close. allentown 61 degrees, mostly cloudy skies, philadelphia mix of sun and clouds, 64, so enjoyable, comfortable. atlantic city at 63 with lots of sunshine. as we go into the rest of tonight, by 6:00 p.m. 61 degrees, by 9:00 p.m. mid 50s. 52 degrees by midnight and overnight temp
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Sep 1, 2016 4:00pm EDT
going on right now. the world's clean energy super 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. >>> the new jersey six flags great adventure, the park is showing off a new addition for 2017. justice league battle for metropolis will be the latest in the park's comic themed rides. a virtual 4-d coaster that has riders shooting laser guns at 600 targets. six flags added two new thrill rides this year. >>> speaking of six flags, the new baby gorilla at the philadelphia zoo doesn't have a name just yet. >> but the baby will honor another gorilla. after the bird announcement yesterday, animal activists started an online petition to name the baby gorilla for the one killed in may at the cincinnati zoo. now, officers shot and killed harambe to protect a boy. his death sparked outrage and protests for days. >>> the philadelphia
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Aug 29, 2016 4:00pm 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. >>> football season is getting started with a controversy over our national anthem. >> look at the center of the picture right there. it shows 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick sitting on the bench before the game in protest of people being oppressed because of their ration, and he says he continues to plan sitting through the song. >> as you can imagine, this has ignited debate. nbc 10's tim furlong spoke to some of the eagles about what they think about kaepernick's decision. ♪ >> reporter: on social media you'll find plenty of videos of burning colin kaepernick jerseys and lots of americans steamed that the 49ers quarterback has chosen to sit during the national anthem in each preseason game land continue to do it. >> when there's significant change and i feel like that flag represents what it's suppos
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Dec 5, 2016 4:00pm EST
relations with taiwan. a spokesman for china's foreign ministry says the taiwan issue has always been the most important and sensitive one in china/u.s. relations. but donald trump defended himself on twitter, saying china doesn't ask the united states and it makes decisions. >>> the president-elect is threatening heavy taxes for u.s. companies that move jobs out of this country, tweeting yesterday that he would impose a 35% tax on products sold in the u.s. by any business that fired american workers and built new facilities overseas. >>> former vice president al gore visited trump tower this morning. he was scheduled to meet with president-elect trump's daughter ivanka but after leaving, revealed that he actually spent the bulk of his time with the president-elect. he is an advocate of the idea that humans are causing climate change. during the campaign, trump called man-made climate change a hoax. >> we had an extremely interesting conversation. and to be continued. >> mr. gore said he would leave it at that and walked away without taking questions from reporters. >>> new york city is a
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Apr 11, 2017 4:00pm EDT
. president trump is making clear he hopes china will pressure its neighbor and ally to stop its nuclear program. trump tweeted tuesday i explained to the president of china that a trade deal with the u.s. will be far better for them if they solve the north korean problem. in a second tweet, he wrote north korea is looking for trouble if china decides to help, that would be great. if not, we will solve the problem without them. usa. >>> police are responding to a stabbing. >> reporter: we are told the stabbing didn't happen here at the fire station, but a car with the stabbing victim pulled up to the fire station. you can see the fire truck there in the background as well as a number of emergency personnel on scene. we were told one person stabbed in a car nearby. that car then droe up to the fire department for help. that is what you are seeing now. three minutes ago, we saw the ambulance with the victim leaving the scene as crews continue to investigate we're told no arrests at this time, but this is happening right now in sharon hill. one person stabbed in a car going to the fire stat
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Jan 15, 2016 4:00pm EST
more on what's driving the market down and not just the markets in china to blame this friday, is it, sharon? >> it's not just the markets in china. when people are so excited paying less for gasoline in years, there's a price to pay, the impact that's having on the stock market. that's really the driver here in today's decline. we've seen oil prices drop below $30 a barrel to $29 a barrel, significant slide we've seen in oil prices and brings to question how a lot of energy companies are going to be able to handle this, and also the impact that will have on banks that have exposure to these companies. so we saw the energy sector, financial sector, very badly hit and the result has been a decline that you talked about nearly 400 points, 500 earlier in the session in the dow jones industrial average. now it is a big drop and drop we've seen all year long. in fact, year to date the dow is down 8%, nasdaq is down 10%. that, of course, very heavily weighted to a lot of technology companies, but you have to keep in mind that we have seen this before, and i know there are many folks out th
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Apr 25, 2016 4:00pm EDT
better. china. india. some of the world's worst polluters. as secretary of state, hillary clinton forced them to the table... making real change by laying the groundwork for the historic global agreement to combat climate change. as president, hillary will invest in clean energy jobs. on fracking, she'll protect families' health and safety and stand with communities that want to ban fracking, and their right to say "no." because our future depends on getting this right. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. . >>> guy from florida who chose an unusual way to travel the caribbean has had his dream deflated. the coast guard stopped the 44-year-old man before he set sail. they determined the inflateable bubble right here was not safe. the man decided to try it anyway. 3500 mile trek through the caribbean, could be fined up to $40,000 for violating the order. talk about seasick, though. >> yeah. >> well, little prince george makes bathrobes a hit again. >> the future king of england met president obama after bedtime in a robe and pjs. that set off a buying frenzy. the plush
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Jan 11, 2017 4:00pm EST
isis. >> reporter: president-elect trump also said other countries like china are also responsible for hacking. his response is to have a report generated on hacking deferences within his first out -- 90 days in office. >>> meantime russia denies having comprising information about donald trump. a spokesperson for vladimir putin calls the claim a complete fabrication and utter nonsense. the incoming white house chief of staff slammed the report on the "today" show this morning. >> and the other salacious garbage in this report didn't happen. we're talking about fake news. it's shameful. >> why the report surfaced hours before president-elect's conference today. and lester holt asked president obama about why he ordered a report on russia's involvement in hacking during the election. hear what the president had to say coming up in less than ten minutes. >>> 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with thieves breaking into several montgomery county homes while people are asleep. the homeowners are waking up to find some pretty big items missing. nbc 10 is joining us live to explain. de
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