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Aug 24, 2015 5:00pm EDT
an economic slowdown in china. >> nbc 10 national correspondent brian mohr joins us live from washington with details. >> reporter: the sound of today's opening bell was accompanied by the smell of beer. from the opening bell, it was a roller coaster of a day on wall street. the dow plunging lower, lower and even lower in just the first 5:30. >> the dow is down 1,000 points. >> reporter: the numbers climbed back but ended down 588 points. >> i never seen a day with the kind of strange numbers we had here. two new highs, 1200 new lows on the new york stock exchange. >> reporter: 11 months of gains wiped out in three trading sessions. largely because of fears that china's economy is slowing down. >> they have created demand. they have created commerce when our economy was slowing. now china's slowing and the rest of the world seems to be fairly slow, too. >> reporter: the white house says market numbers don't tell the whole story. >> what i would encourage people to evaluate is the ongoing strength and resilience of the u.s. economy. >> reporter: market analysts say today's vola
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Aug 11, 2017 5:00pm EDT
frankly words were intended to have more of an impact on china than north korea. and if you see that some of the actions of china of late, they did join the united states, it's a big deal. perhaps the hot rhetoric is having a bit of an impact on china. and their positioning in all of this. >> chuck todd, as always, thank you. we'll see you on sunday. you can tune in to "meet the press at 10:30 on sunday here on nbc 10. >>> today a celebration of life for a child who survived getting shot several times exactly one year ago. he is now 7 years old. he was shot ten times last august. today the community came together and he was all smiles. >> we didn't. expect for him to walk away the situation. he did. remarkably, he did. and as you can see, he's been running, laughing, joking, playing like a normal kid. >> and his mother tells us her son no longer needs a wheelchair to get around. >>> take a look at this scene. pretty chaotic here. staffers had to move the entire. emergency room outside after patients started getting dizzy and nauseous. investigators believe there may have been some ki
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Aug 2, 2016 5:00pm EDT
. >> he gave the boot today to a crying baby. at a rally in virginia, trump was talking about china. he led the crowd to believe the crying baby was welcome. told supporters how much he loved babies. but after a few minutes the persistent wailing appears to get on trump's words. >> i was only kidding. you can get the baby out of here. that's all right. don't worry. i think she believed me i loved having a baby crying while i'm speaking. that's okay. people don't understand. >> democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine heard about trump's baby episode saying, sometimes you wonder who the baby is. end quote. >>> new york republican congressman richard hannah has become the first member of his party saying he is not voting for donald trump. hannah said today, quote, trump is unfit to serve our party and cannot lead this country. he is unrepentant in all things. instead, hannah is throwing his vote to the other side of the aisle and hillary clinton, saying, while i disagree with her on many issues, i will vote for mrs. clinton. >>> more members of the democratic party are resigning in
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Feb 23, 2017 5:00pm EST
flying over these tigers in china didn't stand a chance. the drone, look at this, first the cat swipes it. there we go. batted that drone out of the air. the tigers were chewing on it until it started smoking. the park these tigers live in uses drone chasing to help keep tigers fit. i'd say they're doing a pretty good job of that. look at the smoke. >> a little closer to hope, the philadelphia zoo has quite a few reasons to celebrate today. the zoo sent us these pictures of baby gorilla having her six-month checkup. as if this wasn't adorable enough. the set of quadruplet primates are turning 1 year old today. >> i'm sure they're enjoying 70-degree weather. 72 right now in philadelphia in february. i can't believe it. >> you know it's 70 degrees out. you know people are headed to the zoo when you see gerard avenue on schuylkill expressway backed up. >> nbc10 first alert meteorologist erika martin joins us with your most accurate forecast. you nailed this one. >> i think we all did as a team. we definitely had your most accurate forecast. here's why, we were tracking that warm tr
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Aug 11, 2016 5:00pm EDT
johnson back in the net. she led the team to another win by holding china to just four goals today. next up for team usa, hungary on saturday. how do you celebrate golf's historic return to the olympics after more than a century? by making history with the first hole in one ever at the games. >> there you go! >> reporter: justin rhodes with the 8 on the rio course. and he doesn't compete until next week, but a delaware county olympian has already been selected as one to watch here in rio. his story coming up at 5:30. for now, let's send it back to the studios with keith and rosemary. >> thank you so much, jacqueline. you don't have to miss a minute of the olympics. check out the nbc 10 app and look for ways to live stream all the events on your phones or tablets. >>> unhinged and hell-bent. that's how a political confidante described pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane in court today. deanna durante was in the courtroom when a secret recording from the fbi was played. >> reporter: joshua morrow said getting cath line kane elected was important in his career. he said the two
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Jul 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
viewer snapped these pictures in china town. franklin mann was working when he saw a homeless man picking up trash in his bare feet. he asked what size shoe he wears. turns out they wear the same size. mann took off his shoes and put the shoes on the man. one of our viewers took this shot and sent it to us. you're almost speechless. >> that kind of compassion is inspiring. no better way to describe it. >>> hoagie headache. >> a hoagie shop back pedals on a policy when a viewer tried to get the shop to honor the promise it didn't. that is when nbc responds stepped in. >>> live at the eagles complex. we have been waiting for day one of eagles camp. it's like the first day of school. one bird is happy to be back close to home. it is a family feel for torrey smith. we'll hear why it is the most unique place he has been. >> mistake at the gas pump. the innocent move drivers made at one local gas station that has cars in trouble tonight. hundreds of dollars on youmy car insurance. saved me huh. i should take a closer look at geico... (dog panting) geico has a 97% customer satisfaction r
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Mar 31, 2017 5:00pm EDT
president of china at his florida estate. >>> tonight white house press secretary sean spicer says president trump, quote, finds it unacceptable that cities across the u.s. are becoming sanctuaries for undocumented immigrants. the trump administration says failing to follow federal laws can have tragic consequences, and spicer directly referenced our area today. >> particularly concerning in a place like chicago and other cities like yours and philadelphia where there's been increased violence. immigrants, both legal are not safe from criminals who have committed egregious acts. >> sanctuary cities offer safe harbor for undocumented immigrants and limit cooperation with federal immigration officers. >>> no deal. the senate intelligence committee has rejected an immunity deal that former national security adviser michael flynn wanted in exchange for his testimony. flynn's attorney says, quote, general flynn certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it. but he wouldn't say anything without a guarantee that he would not be prosecuted. you may remember flynn served
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Feb 8, 2016 5:00pm EST
in china in stable condition after crashing into a car and being thrown into the air. >> we do want to warn you the video you are about to see may be upsetting to some. surveillance video shows the biker at an intersection crashing into a car and somersaulting into the air. his body flips three times before landing out of sight of the camera. the mote are cyclest ran a red light. the bike plowed into the back of a car. again the cyclist survived the crash and is hospitalized in stable condition. >>> well, tomorrow is going to be first alert weather day. it's going to run through early wednesday morning. we have some snow in the forecast. not all day tomorrow, we're going to see periods of snow through the area but low visibility will be expected especially tomorrow night, that's when we expect some of the heaviest snow and more coastal flooding as we go through tonight and early tomorrow morning with high tide times. we're seeing coastal flooding tomorrow we'll be seeing more mainly moderate coastal flooding. here is the system we're watching for tomorrow, not very organized, it's o
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Oct 5, 2015 5:00pm EDT
same time. that, of course, includes pope francis. the pope, the president of china, and more than 160 heads of state were all in the country at the same time within the past two weeks. secret service leaders say thousands of special agents were on assignment. they worked to protect these leaders and screened more than 1 million people. >> all these forces working together brought about safe and successful visits to the united states by the pope and other world leaders in a highly professional, precise, and well coordinated manner. >> security leaders say they'll continue to perform evaluations on the work that was done. >>> and despite the praise the secret service is getting for the pope's visit, the agency now dealing with another scandal. a federal watch dog is reopening the probe into efforts by the secret service to discredit a congressman who was investigating the agency. the director of the secret service is accused of changing his story about when he first began looking into the background of congressman jason chaffey. inappropriate access of information, private informati
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Jun 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
rattles central brussels. the president announces that china's efforts haven't worked out. now what and what might he be signaling. cloaked in secrecy. draft a new health care bill and some senators clamor to learn what's in it. we'll tell you more when we see you tonight on nbc "nightly news." now back to you in philly. >> see you at 6:30. thanks, lester. >> okay. >>> all philly fans we want to thank you for hosting our puppy with a purpose. charlie staid yom tour. >> in a little more than an hour citizens state park is getting a famous four-legged state visitor. charlie "today's" show puppy with a purpose. >> american vet dogs training to help injured veterans and active service members. charlie visited comcast studios today and at 7:00 tonight charlie will be at the phillies/cardinals game to work on socialization and training. he's so cute. if you are headed to the stadium, charlie will daa meet and greet from 5:45 to 6:15. he's also going to deliver a ball to the mound for the first pitch. >> got to be there for that. >> he's so cute. >> very, very cute. >>> nbc 10 news at 6:00
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Apr 25, 2016 5:00pm EDT
vermont and america, not just in china or mexico. >> meantime sanders and clinton will be philadelphia tonight to take part in a town hall event for msnbc. the candidates take questions from voters at the national constitution center. nbc 10 is there now to talk with the candidates. we'll bring you more from the event at 11:00. >> with the voters headed to the polls in less than 14 ours, crews are getting polling sites ready. nbc 10 was there as they were loading up for different locations. to find your polling place or report any voting problem, go to the nbc10 app and look for decision 2016. >>> something else you need to keep in mind for primary day, your first alert neighborhood weather. the nbc 10 radar shows rain headed our way. >> an update on track and timing which is crucial from our first alert meteorologist. >> guys, we have rain in the forecast just in time for your tuesday election day, so if you are headed out to vote and you're going to the polls, make sure you have the umbrella with you. not tonight, though. at least not early tonight. the radar is nis and clear at the
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Jul 5, 2017 5:00pm EDT
warning china it could risk its trade with the united states if china's trade with north korea violates u.n. sanctions. how big of a statement is this? >> reporter: it is very significant, keith, no doubt about that. look, just to give everyone the backdrop, this comes after north korea successfully fired that enter continental ballistic missile, according to u.s. officials at the pentagon, that marking a significant escalation in the nuclear capables, so what you are seeing is a very firm response from the united states, ambassador hallie calling that emergency meeting of the united nations and -- and remember, this is a president who 'reached out to the president of china, inviting him to mar-a-lago, for example, and initially there was a lot of optimism that china was going to try to intervene in north korea's activities. now that optimism as waned, the president taking a tougher stance. the president will have a change to make his case, he's going to be meeting with the leaders at the g-20 summit where he's expected to press. this is a cried cal moment for the president, the adminis
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Jan 4, 2016 5:00pm EST
amid new fears of a slowdown in china and rising tensions in the most. the dow jones industrial average plunged more than 450 points before closing down about 275 points. while the s&p 500 and nasdaq also saw losses. still ahead, we'll talk to an expert from cnbc about the impact of today's stock market plunge. >>> we have new information about pennsylvania's ongoing budget standoff. some organizations will soon get state funds that have been delayed because of a stalemate. the pennsylvania treasury finished sending out 16,400 expedited payments, which totalled nearly $3.3 billion. school districts, counties, and human service organizations could start seeing that money as soon as tomorrow. governor tom wolf agreed to release billions in emergency funding after vetoing portions of the budget last week. the budget stalemate is now in its seventh month, more than 187 days pennsylvania has been operating without a budget. >>> right now at 5:00, campaigned on cosby and starting today kevin steele is officially in charge of the criminal case. steele sworn in this morning as the new district
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Jun 2, 2016 5:00pm EDT
hosted a delegation from philly's sister city in china. the group met with local businesses to discuss export opportunities related to health care and tourism, part of the effort to expand the reach of companies here to global markets. >> if we can expect our companies here with visiting delegations, they can forge those relationships that will allow them to do business in china, that will allow chinese companies to do business here. >> the center says is that will ultimately mean more jobs for the philadelphia region. >>> the good life, i guess, right, for somebody. here is what $18 million will get you in center city philadelphia. well, 17.8 to be exact. somebody has already ponied up that amount to own it, the heist priced residential property sale in the history of philadelphia. the penthouse is at 500 walnut and offers 8900 square feet of living space, has two story, he will vaelevator and terrace. >> you should add super to the front of that, super ultra luxury. >>> more people than ever are surviving cancer. we'll where break it down by th numbers. >>> and a kindergarten cop cal
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Jul 6, 2017 5:00pm EDT
depends heavily on china tr their economy and that's why the u.s. with china becomes so important. another thing that is where president trump's business background could really come into play. >> lauren mayk reporting for us in the studio. more coverage of the rising tensions between the u.s. and president trump's trip overseas tonight on "nbc nightly news" with lester holt 6:30. > >>>. >>> steve scalise is back in intensive care unit in the hospital. he was the republican lawmaker seriously hurt in last month's shooting at a baseball field in virginia. hospital officials say the readmission is due to a a possible infection. scalise is listed in serious condition right now. his staff ins his readmission is strictly a precautionary move. >>> turning to the weather. look at all that green. rain clouds continue pushing across the region. commuters dealing with the wet roads and the wet streets on their way home. >> on the broigt side. >> a nice cooldown is accompanying the gloomy weather. >> we're only in the 70s today. not where we should be. so i like that you're looking at the gl
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Feb 20, 2017 5:00pm EST
back to china. see how her journey begins with a lot of food. ♪ ♪ ft. my >>> today was the last day of the adventure aquariums hippo awareness weekend. they're the only two hippos, by the way, on exhibit in the whole world. any donations collected will help to save hippos in the wild. it was bye bye bow bow today at the national zoo in washington, d.c. >> the three and a half year old american giant panda cub spent the day wowing her fans one last time. tomorrow she'll begin a new chapter in china where she will eventually join the panda breeding program there, bow bow will make the 16 hour flight with a keeper and vet tra nairion. 55 pounds of bamboo, and 5 pounds of apples and two pounds of sweet potatoes. she was born in front of the cameras in the summer of 2014. all of her big milestones have been captured live on the zoo's panda cam from her first steps to her first snow. look at that. we're going to miss her. look at that. >> you love that panda cam. >> so execute. >> well, the sun staying out longer and we get to see some beautiful sunsets during nbc10 at five. >> this is ca
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Sep 8, 2016 5:00pm EDT
reagan was greeted by china's foreign minister, not the president, during a trip to beijing. president richard nixon visited china in 1972. according to fact check, chairman mao tse tung did not agree to meet him until after he arrived at a guest house. i'm george spencer, nbc news. >>> meanwhile, vice president biden pressing republicans to, quote, do your job, and vote on key issues before the october recess. one of those issues, merrick garland. calling on congress to vote regardless of their feelings about him. >> you don't have to support merrick garland. you don't have to support the chief judge of the circuit. vote no. but give him a vote. we're sending an incredibly dangerous precedent in the institution that i love. >> biden also pressed the lawmakers to vote on a clean zika funding bill. >>> this just in to nbc 10. we're learning that camden city schools are closing at 1:00 tomorrow because of the heat. we know it's going to stay hot throughout the evening and into tomorrow. we told you earlier that philadelphia public and catholic schools, they're doing the same. thoel's clo
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Aug 25, 2015 5:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: from wall street to europe and asia, markets are running scared because china's economy is slowing. >> today, they cut interest rates and that does appear to have calmed down sentiment a bit in the rest of the world. but the chinese stock market of course has still fallen. >> reporter: for american investors, the roller coaster may not be over. >> great time to talk to a financial advisor to calm you down. >> reporter: easier said than done after another wild ride on wall street. analysts say this session marked the biggest single reversal since the financial crisis of 2008. i'm brian mohr, nbc 10 news. >> what are you hearing here? all of these fluctuations as a result of fears about china's economy? >> apparently not. these whipsaws back and forth we saw yesterday, dropping down 1,000 points in the first five minutes, a lot of that seems to be the result of that computer trading, the high frequency trading that we hear about. one analyst says that a lot of these programs are written by the same couple number of guys and the computers essentially are causing each other
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Dec 23, 2015 5:00pm EST
million called in the u.s. >>> this miraculous rescue in china. after more than 60 hours buried in a landslide a migrant worker found alive. rescuers say he was saved by a door that fell on him but gave him enough space to breathe. more than 70 people are still missing there. three days ago, a mountain of construction waste, mud collapsed and flowed into an industrial park. imagine this.y+y driver in california thankful he wasn't hurt after a boulder smashed into his truck. take a look. a man's pickup, the blue one, boulder fell off the cliff and hit just in front of where the driver was sitting. further back, things could have been way worse. >> definitely appreciate what i got going, keep everything in perspecti perspective. >> no one in that vehicle was hurt either. >>> we turn to more attacks and accusations only the presidential campaign trail. nbc 10 correspondent looks at the politics driving decision 2016 today. >> senator ted cruz blasts "the washington post" for what he calls tasteless attack. the newspaper ran an editorial cartoon, cruz as organ grind somewhere his two
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Mar 28, 2016 5:00pm EDT
visit to some students in china town. nbc 10 was this as the mayor led storytime at the learning center. mayor kenney has been visiting day care centers across the city to talk about his plan to raise money for his pre-k plan. >>> new jersey leaders calling for the drinking water in all public schools to be immediately tested for possible lead contaminati contamination. >> cydney long signefinds out w this would mean for your child's school. ♪ i had an injury to my neck. it wasn't as serious injury it was a herniated disc. anything that could go wrong went wrong. i've been in the hospital twenty three times since. the bills started to pile up. i had nothing to give. we had nothing in the refrigerator. i would be dead and not sitting here right now if it wasn't for pond lehocky. >>> right now at 5:00, new questions about what's in the water at your child's school. today new jersey leaders have a new plan to look for lead. they want to test the water at every public school in the state. >> but we wanted to know how they plan to do this, how is it done, who is going to pay for it?
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Jul 27, 2017 5:00pm EDT
this country isn't a china shop. >> reporter: they are juggling health care with a series of votes ending with the skinny repeal, a walkback of obamacare so far getting mixed support from republicans. >> i don't know what it says still. >> i'm going to vote for it. i'll be on it like a hobo on a ham sandwich. >> reporter: the president laying on the pressure hoping they will deliver the first legislative victory. the boy scouts apologized for rhetoric saying the scouts remain strictly nonpart stand. >>> a 2016 study is poking holes in the president's primary reason for banning transgender members in the military. yesterday the president said cost was one of the reasons for his ban. researchers at the rand corporation found the high end transgender health spending would account for .01% of the department of defense's budget. about 2500 out of 1.3 million active service members are transgender. >>> the pennsylvania senate passed a ref knew package to patch a hole in the state's budget. but a spokesman for the house republican majority says lawmakers will have questions and concerns a
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Aug 12, 2015 5:00pm EDT
out of china. at least seven people are dead, at a series of explosions at a port in the northern part of the country. hundreds more are hurt, the first blast happening in shipping containers at a warehouse for hazardous materials. that explosion triggered more blasts, the first explosion was estimated to be the equivalent of three tons of tnt. that's what you're seeing on your screen right now. the second explosion was even bigger at 21 tons. >>> back here at home, you're about to see new video that may help police find the driver who dragged a man down a south jersey street. here it is right now, taken around 1:00 in the morning. it was yesterday on quincy court in glassboro gloucester county, two people get out of the car, knock on a window of a home, and take off. they return two minutes later, this time, the two people come out of the house and confront the four people inside the car. the driver takes off, driving a man down the street. a woman was driving the orange dodge neon. the man who was hit is okay. >>> we have new information about a deadly hit and run involving a to
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Apr 14, 2017 5:00pm EDT
population and their populace, but i think they also have to be wary of their relationship with china, who provides about 80% of all of their goods. >> now, the u.s., we mentioned, used the mother of all bombs on isis in afghanistan just this week. do you think this sends a message to north korea, even vladimir putin in russia and do you think that was one of the president's goals here? >> i think absolutely, because we look at things at the stra strategic, operational and technical level. when you have a response as that as well as in syria you're sending a message to allies and potential enemies and adversaries we will have a proportionate response, and even if there needs to be something pre-emptive, we're not hesitant to do that as well. >> colonel, tensions seem to be high here. many concerned america could be entering another war, perhaps. do you think that could happen? >> when we talk about war, keith, a lot of times people think about boots on the ground. numbers of troops. smallest army since 1940, et cetera, but i think they also dismiss the wonderful navy, the wonderful air for
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Nov 18, 2016 5:00pm EST
-- >> was kind of known as a bull in a china shop, someone who didn't work well with others. >> sessions' racially charged remarks decades ago cost him a federal judgeship and now the congressional black caucus opposes his nomination. >> i'm particularly pleased to offer words of congratulations to my colleague and friend jeff sessions who's going to make an extraordinary attorney general in the united states. >> ted cruz and nikki haley are lining up behind trump and his picks, former foes are now being mentioned as possible cabinet picks themselves. >> i did vote for him and i was absolutely thrilled to see him win. >> reporter: whether or not mitt romney feels that way, he's headed to trump's golf course in new jersey this weekend to talk about the future. >> and as brian just mentioned, president-elect trump will be in the garden state tomorrow. he's going to meet with 2012 republican presidential candidate. it's not known what governor chris christie will attend these meetings. the club is about 20 minutes away from his home. >>> also tonight, no more charlie brown tree, the city of
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Apr 17, 2017 5:00pm EDT
policy. the white house now singling it is leaning on china to help ramp down north korea but holding all options open. >> i don't think that you're going to see the president drawing red lines in the sand but i think that the action he took in syria shows when appropriate this president will take decisive action. >> north korea's ambassador blaming the u.s. for escalating tensio tensions. >> translator: we are ready to react to any mode of war desired by the american. >> north korea instead of a nuclear test opting for a medium less range. >> even though it was a failed test it's still a test and still helps them learn the capabilities. >> the vice president in south korea on a previously planned trip doubling down on the president's message. >> era of strategic patience is over. >> and literally staring down the rogue nation, pence visiting the demilitarized zone dividing north korea and south korea staring across the border as the north korea soldiers stared back. >> in just a few hours the eight candidates vying to be the next district of attorney of philadelphia will go head to h
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Jan 29, 2016 5:00pm EST
collapsed mine in china are free tonight. the mine collapsed christmas day killing one and 13 missing. 11 other people in the mine made it to safety or were rescued earlier. doctors at the site say the miners displayed stable vital signs but suffered some bruises. >> in iowa today the fallout from last night's debate. trump's rival ted cruz is getting bad reviews for his performance, that trump missed. steve handelsman is in des moines with the latest. >> reporter: donald trump went to new hampshire bragging. >> getting more publicity you know. >> reporter: as rivals mocked trump last night. >> the greatest show on earth. >> did you see the love in this woman, amazing love. >> bert loves trump. >> i think they talked about him more last night when he wasn't there than if he would have been. >> you like him what as much now. >> absolutely. >> caucus for him? >> i will. >> trump got many more tweets, more attention than marco rubio or ted cruz who got hammered and lost his lead in iowa polls to trump. >> and cruz is in second place he got really pummeled last night. actually i'm glad i
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Jun 22, 2017 5:00pm EDT
. take a look at this unbelievable video out of china. you can see him darting into traffic. a police officer was standing across the street thankfully and was able to scoop up the 2-year-old before he got hurt. >> the clock is ticking. we're a little more than an hour away from the starlet of the nba draft. >> a lot of high hopes for this one. we have draft predictions live from headquarters where the team is preparing for their first round. >>> also thousands of dollars, the group that says it's all because philadelphia officers are racially profiling them. >>> and locally i'm tracking isolated thunderstorms and some showers moving right across deval lee. a wider perspective. i'm tracking remnants of cindy. i have your most accurate forecast on the other side of the break. see you then. >>> quality for all. philadelphia mayor signing two antidiscrimination bills into law today. how they could impact local businesses tonight at 6:00. approximately 75 minutes away. not that i'm counting. the sixers have the first pick in the draft. fans are hoping for a game changer. john clark joins
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May 24, 2016 5:00pm EDT
march from abudhabi and made stops in china and japan. ♪ >>> dozens of students sang today part of a program meant to boost the self-esteem of female students, result of a new partnership between sharp school district and sister city's girl choir. they performed in a mary anderson tribute concert as well as the new jersey performing arts center. >>> well, warmer temperatures today, but tomorrow, they are going to be warmer, so the warming trend is underway. a live look at center city. we have clouds out there, and even showers close to philadelphia they are light, though, showing you those in a second. possibly just springles trying to form. it's 83 in philadelphia right now. look at the lehigh valley, though, it's a warm spot this afternoon. there's been widespread 80 degree temperatures, and reading at 80 degrees. and if look more into parts of the lehigh valley, allentown at 80, and warm temperatures here. we expect areas in the lehigh valley tomorrow to possibly get close to 90 degrees. that forecast in a second. a look at the radar. showers i mentioned trying to form around the
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May 30, 2016 5:00pm EDT
china, germany, mex o mexico, and vietnam. ♪ >>> another tribute today, the bishop knights of columbus placed a wreath in the river to honor troops who died to protect our freedom. >>> it will be sometime this summer before we find out what became of the e-mail investigation by the pennsylvania attorney general's office. she was supposed to hold a news conference tomorrow to talk about the preliminary findings. bruce caster called off the meeting saying the report contains too much redacted material. they ordered review of what she calls raunchy and sometimes pornographic material found on state servers. she's not running for re-election. her term ends in january. the state supreme court suspended her law license charged for leaking information to a newspaper reporter and pled not guilty. her trial begins in august. >>> 40,000 verizon workers expected to return to work wednesday following more than a month long strike. the employees represented by two unions have reached a contract agreement with verizon communications including the first contract for retail verizon workers, about a th
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Aug 25, 2016 5:00pm EDT
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. >>> more than 100 unsafe and dangerous properties all owned by the same government agency. >> this one's not even sealed. >> reporter: we found kids and families living next door to some of them. >> going to be a major scandal if god forbid people get killed or seriously injured. >> reporter: now your nbc 10 investigators track down the owner and are promised action. >> we were promised action, and tonight we are getting it. >> that's good. the city now taking steps to take down dozens of dangerous properties. this comes after our nbc 10 investigation. here's investigative reporter mitch blocker. >> reporter: of the nearly 5,000 unsafe and dangerous homes in philadelphia, this is the one raymond johnson worries about. >> well, i live next door. >> repor
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Aug 31, 2016 5:00pm 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. 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. >>> we're tracking a pair of developing weather stories tonight. the first one is swirling in the gulf of mexico. tropical storm hermine formed there this afternoon, and it could impact our labor day weekend. there's something already impacting conditions along the coast. here's a live look at the scene in cape may. it lo
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Aug 13, 2015 5:00pm EDT
explosions in china. chemical experts have been called in. at least 50 people including 12 firefighters were killed. the explosions were so powerful, it was even recorded by the u.s. geological survey as a seismic event. now the police have cordoned off the area. about 1,000 firefighters are still battling blazes. >>> how about these new figures from the faa showing just how huge a problem flying drones near airports has become. pilots now are reporting hundreds of drone sightings and near misses in the past two months alone. >> recently air operations fighting western wildfires were interrupted because of drones. jennifer johnson has more from washington. >> reporter: just yesterday an air ambulance flying a patient to a hospital in fresno had to take evasive action to avoid a collision with a drone. >> it was probably 15 feet from the aircraft. it could definitely take down a helicopter. >> reporter: the faa says pilot drone sightings so far this year are more than double last year. 650 sightings compared to 238 in all of 2014. flying a drone near an airplane could lead to jail time. >> if
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Jun 30, 2016 5:00pm EDT
hampshire's lost 37% of its manufacturing jobs since china joined the world trade organization. and this was a deal that was very, very much pushed by hillary clinton. >> trump spoke about the heroin epidemic sweeping through new hampshire. vice president joe biden will join presumptive democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton on a campaign trail to pennsylvania next week. the two will visit the scranton area next friday, july 8th, for a pennsylvania democratic party event. clinton and biden will discuss their shared commitment to building an america that is stronger together and an economy that works for everyone. >>> hear me out here. here comes the donkeys. starting today, there will be 57 fiberglass donkeys all around philadelphia. there's one donkey for each state, washington, d.c., and the six u.s. territories. this one represents colorado. it will be placed at the union league of philadelphia. the donkeys will be on display until september 9th. after that, they'll either be auctioned off or shipped back to their states. >>> wawa welcome america has become a philly tradition for
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Jul 22, 2016 5:00pm EDT
people onboard. while en route to kuala lumpur. australia and china said the search area has been completely scoured. it is believed the plane crashed into the indian ocean. >>> relatives of passengers presumed missing, some presumed dead, say they still have questions for those conducting the search. following the announcement, relatives gathered outside the government office and held up posters demanding the search continues until the plane is found. >>> an alarming statistic now in a new federal report on youth and mental health. 1 in 9 teens in the u.s. experiences a major depressive episode each year. that works out to be about 3 million kids. researchers say nearly two-thirds did not receive treatment, and stigma may be partly to blame. >> particularly for young people having this kind of fear about disclosing they have a mental health problem, fears that may impact upon their social status, or future job opportunities is still very real. >> a major depressive episode is considered a period of two weeks or longer when someone feels depressed and shows changes in normal behav
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Sep 9, 2016 5:00pm EDT
a race 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. >>> a pep rally held to kick off the nonprofit's 19th year of service. nbc 10 was there today as more than 200 volunteers took the pledge. throughout the year, they will assist students in 18 philadelphia public schools. nbc 10's parent company comcast is the national opening day sponsor. >>> a pep rally of its own today, a massive crowd of students gathered right on the steps of the cathedral basilica of st. peter and paul. this is the 133rd consecutive year for catholic education in our region. >>> tomorrow will honor the accomplishments of olympic medalist nia ali. she returned home last month from rio. she took silver in the 100-meter hurdles. she will be at the sherman street block party from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. sig
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Apr 3, 2017 5:00pm EDT
china. >> how a viewer at home cost a professional women's golfer a championship. >> also ahead at 5:00. a couple pulled one over on their mailman. the april fools' prank that is now gone viral. >> and are you ready to rumble because all of this storm activity is making its way to philly. it's going to be heading here and keeping us all wiek tonight. >> new at 6:00. cashing in the tax credit thousands of people living in philadelphia are getting this year. we'll tell you if you qualify. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. maybe that's why we've been ranked highest in customer satisfaction by jd power 4 years in a row. and now you can love fios too. get 150 meg internet, tv and phone. all for $79.99 per month, for the first year with a two-year agreement. it's the only internet with equal upload and download speeds. cable only offers upload speeds that are a fraction of the download speeds. plus get hbo for a year and free multi-room dvr service for two years. and verizon wireless customers can stream tv on the fios mobile app, data-free. get the best. go to getfios.com >>> ap
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Aug 31, 2015 5:00pm EDT
china as well as looming interest rate increases here in the u.s. >>> they thought they hit the jackpot in more ways than one. >> that's right. despite winning $400,000 in the illinois lottery last month, the whitfields haven't seen a dime yet. that's because the lottery won't pay any winnings over $25,000 until illinois reaches a state budget. so the whitfields will be planning and moving to florida with their kids. they have adopted four of them. the youngest is 8 and has down syndrome. >> $400,000. >> we're not going to be able to enjoy it as old as we are if we don't get it. >> for now, they are staying put until they finally get that lottery money. >>> if you are looking for a sweet bargain today, consider a run to your local baskin robbins, the chain is marking its 70th anniversary. today only, they are offering scoops at a discount. that's $1.31 to celebrate the brand's 31 flavors. if you do order ice cream, chances are it will be vanilla, chocolate, chocolate chip or mint chocolate chip. those are their top sellers. >> wish you hadn't told me that. i know exactly where i
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May 19, 2016 5:00pm EDT
schedule. comcast business. built for business. >>> what does philadelphia have to offer china? more than you think. right now, small businesses in the region are selling their products. >> as learn this week, one local is already proving that going global can mean success. ♪ >> bassetts ice cream founded in 1861, making us america's oldest ice cream brand. >> reporter: a tradition alive and well, and it was mike's great, great grandfather, louis basett, who started the business and set up shop at the terminal market. >> we're the last remaining original market, and this marble counter was here when it opened. >> reporter: the counter the same, but the reach has grown, globally. developing flavors like macadamia nut, mango, specifically for the china market, but they are popular here as well. >> try that. >> okay, thanks. >> reporter: eight years ago when bassetts beginning to export the frozen treat to a distributor in china, the sales accounting for 20% of the business. >> it's all about economic growth and jobs. >> reporter: linda, the world trade center of greater philadelphia consi
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Jan 7, 2016 5:00pm EST
among those hardest hit. the losses come amid mounting fears about the health of china's economy. shares of china's main stock market fell so fast that trading had to be suspended for the second time this week. >>> a montgomery county macy's store is one of 36 stores closing around the nation. the move also includes cutting close to 5,000 jobs. the macy's in ardmore will close its stores. macy's blames competition online and a warmer weather for a miserable holiday season. >>> a staggering number of americans don't have enough savings to pay for an unexpected expense. 63% of americans wouldn't be able to afford an unforeseen cost, car repairs, emergency room visits, two big life events most of us don't plan for financially. an expense like new tires can cost upwards of $500 and for a trip to the hospital you could shell out an unexpected $1,000. >>> well, we have another cold morning tomorrow, but not nearly as cold as we have been. also a warmup for the weekend. that's going to come with some rain, though. when you can expect that over your time off. that's coming up. >>> today
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Aug 21, 2015 5:00pm EDT
started falling last week when china announce d it was startin to devalue its currency. do we know the exact contributor to this? >> i think you nailed the key point here. there is real worry both in china but more importantly, all around the globe about china and its economy. take that, add that to slow economic growth in europe and really rather tepid growth here and investors have begun to question whether stock prices hadn't gotten ahead of themselves, too expensive. that's what's been unwinding in the past couple days. >> a lot of people will worry about monday. what's next for wall street, then? >> well, i think you can pretty much expect there is going to be continued volatility. that means lots of saw tooth ups and downs for the next couple of weeks. heavy volume today but as you get closer to labor day weekend, probably some of the volume will go away. what investors will next be keying on is the federal reserve's meeting in the middle of september. i think until then, you will see lots of ups and downs, a lot of activity, the kind of activity we love here at cnbc, but can be
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Jan 15, 2016 5:00pm EST
the entire market. the second thing is china. there are investors who are worried about the growth slowing in china. china is the second largest economy in the world, second largest importer of goods and services, so think about it like this, if your second largest customer was going to stop spending money with you, that could make you uncomfortable. the last is interest rates, fed has started to raise interest rates and even though they raised just a little bit, the prospect of future rate increases in the future has started to spook investors a bit. >> speaking of spooking, what do we do here, wait this thing out, plot our course, how long until we start panicking? >> so, first of all, panic has never been a good investment strategy. best advice i can give you is be disciplined, not emotional. the only thing that can protect you in a period of uncertainty is your discipline. take a look what you own and pick a price if it goes below that you would be uncomfortable. if it hits that point, sell it. you can always buy it back, but it's difficult to recover if you let something go do
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May 29, 2017 5:00pm EDT
the launch and he tweeted, north korea has shone great disrespect for neighbor china by shooting off another ballistic missile. but china is trying hard. >>> a new bill makes it a cranium to take a picture or video inside or near a courtroom in pennsylvania without permission from the judge. the lawmaker behind the bill says bans cameras protects witnesses our victims from any retaliation. violators could face a $5,000 fine and time in jail. >>> a landmark is serving last meals today just a few more hours to get to little petes and 17th street. a steady stream of customers to get inside. the diner has been serving for 39 years. tonight at 9:00 the doors close for good. we spoke to a long-term staffer who has been here more than three decades. like family, not an employee. you kind of like grew up together. so you're not lose ago job. you're losing a family. >> it's closing -- closing makes way for a low tell development project. >> now, to our first alert weather and in center city, the umbrella is an ideal accessory to have you with you today with misty showery conditions throughout
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Dec 8, 2016 5:00pm EST
introduced as his new name. a sports company based in southern china trademarked jordan's name in mandarin and was selling shoes and sportswear under that trade mark. today china's supreme court ruled favor. >>> the world authority on endange endangered species says that the giraffe population has developed by as much as 40% in the past three decades. there are now less than 100,000 in the world. the giraffe is the world's tallest land mammal. >> if uover trying to bile a matchimal, but they will go fast. so be sure to check your local store to find out exactly when the shipment will arrive. hatchimals are interactive toys that hatch from a plastic egg. >>> if you like doughnuts, you like burgers, if you're like me, you may want to take a trip to israel this holiday season. burger king in the holy land will reportedly be selling a burger that looks like what's on your screen. it will be using a doughnut for the bun and jelly instead of ketchup. the owner, an israeli says combining the two foods was inevitable. coming up next, the eagles take on the washington redskins here at the
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Jan 27, 2017 5:00pm EST
street in china town on this chinese new year's eve. tomorrow ushered in the chinese year of the rooster, which represents being in charge of time. tonight in china town you can expect dancing in the streets and a parade which kicks off at 10th and arch. >>> he's covered some of the biggest stories of our time. tom brokaw is celebrating 50 years with nbc. coming up, we talk to him one-on-one. what he says is the biggest story facing our country today. >>> plus, babies in boxes. why hospitals in new jersey are offering this product to new mothers for free. >>> i'm jim rosenfield for nbc 10 at issue. join me sunday morning when we take a look at super bowl commercials. what surprises could be in store this year. >>> i'm going to be interested to see if anyone's going to be dangerous enough to do something that feels political. >> that plus show me the money. tips on how to get colleges to cough up more cash. >> want to find out who read your application, they can be an advocate for you. >> coming up sunday morning at 11:30 following meet the press. only nbc 10. >>> parents in new jersey ha
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Jun 24, 2016 5:00pm EDT
was mid-january, worried about china and oil prices, dow down 400 points. fast forward today from then, we're up about 7 or 8%. the sun comes out tomorrow. to your appointment, yes, could be another one or two years before we figure out what this means. >> all right, rob wilson, our financial analyst. thank you. >> thank you for having me. >>> coming up, a bus driver steps up when someone tries to rob one of his passengers. we'll hear from him on his new hero status next. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes mrs. wagner's car to arrive for the airport, she can use fios to download the movie "up in the air" to watch while she's... up in the air. that's the power of fiber optics. and right now you can get 100 meg internet with equal upload and downloads speeds, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. >>> all things italian in north wildwood this weekend, time for the annual italian-american festival
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Sep 22, 2016 5:00pm EDT
the possible strike would impact students at china, east stroudsberg and west chester university. >>> meanwhile the septa board voted today to return a quarter million dollars to the advertising agency for the loss of ad space. the company's advertising have not been rolling on more than 100 regional rail cars because the trains were pulled for res, the money would cover losses for july and august. crews are replacing cracked beams on the rail cars. >>> extra security will be patrolling the jersey shore this weekend after last weekend's explosion in seaside, a pipe bomb in a trash can went off just minutes before the start of a 5-k charity race for marines. police departments down the shore say they will be dispatching double the officers to work some big events that are planned for this saturday and sunday. north wildwood is having their annual car festival. they're adding officers at these events to make sure that everybody feels safe and has fun. >> the message is to live your live, do what you normally do, when you decide not to do that, then these terrorists and these people
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Feb 21, 2017 5:00pm EST
. >> fans of the panda cub bao bao gathered to say a final good-bye. she's on a one-way trip to china whether she'll join a breeding program. she boarded a plane called the panda express. >>> from bao bao now to ridley. look at ridley. she's one of our nbc 10 clear the shelters success stories. her new mom wanted to adopt a dog. she went to providence animal shelter in media. that's a no-kill shelter that gets stray and orphaned animals from all over the country. >> it was just so sweet and so affect et and she knew some demands and we just couldn't put her back in the shelter. we had to bring her home. >> good looking dog, too. ridley has been with them for four months and has adjusted quite clearly very well. >> yeah. >> our next clear the shelters event is an oug 19th. your chance to adopt a pet new need. right you can learn about nationwide campaign and read more success stories just like ridley. >>> cries for help. a group of kids plunge into an icy pond. coming up, new video shows what happened just moments before. dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to worry about studen
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Jan 27, 2016 5:00pm EST
counterfeit hoverboards coming to the u.s. from china. >> once this process gets finished, i'm confident the seizure value will exceed $10 million. >> officials seized around 60,000 since january 1st. but that number is expected to grow. >>> the philadelphia auto show's about to get rolling. >> mayor jim kenney helped kick things off. kenny riding shotgun as this dodge viper was driven into auto show. the viper belongs to rocker jon bon jovi and the show runs this saturday through february 7th at the pennsylvania convention center. look at that big smile there. this is the 115th year of the show. another car sure to turn heads at the auto show the fiat that carried pope francis through philadelphia in september. the car will be auctioned off at the show this friday. we were there as that same fiat was driven into the auto show today. you would recognize the guy in the passenger seat, papal singing sensation bobby hill. you may remember bobby as the boy with the golden voice. he captured worldwide attention when he sang for pope francis during the festival of families in philadelphia. >>
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Jun 23, 2016 5:00pm EDT
china and japan. this is video of the impulse landing at lehigh valley international airport in allentown late last month. >>> speaking of travel, a special meeting after a miracle flight. the rare genetic medical condition that brought this little boy to our area and helped him gain two new friends. >>> well, today we were nice and warm, but we are watching some showers, even some thunderstorms that could move in. i'll show you who to expect those tonight and your weekend forecast that's coming up next. flr . >>> democrats may not come to philadelphia until the end of next month, but presence is notable starting next week. >> today, local artists put finishing touches on the party's symbol that's dressed up for the democratic national convention. >> reporter: what would the convention be without an invasion of donkeys? 57 to be exact to represent the 50 states, d.c., u.s. territo territori territories, and democrats abroad. from well-known land marks and legendary icons local artists lending talents to the exhibit make sure each donkey truly reflects american culture. >> so thi
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Jun 28, 2017 5:00pm EDT
. >> firefighters are expected to keep battling these fires this the coming days. >>> in china three people were rescued after their car was surrounded by flood waters. look at this video. the water started rising. the driver and two passengers became trapped. a group of railroad workers saw what was happening came to the rescue and used a rope to pull everyone to safety. >>> there's a new push to get you outside and spend more time outside. they are promoting the counties park ask trail system. the upcoming holiday weekend provides the perfect opportunity to e get outside. they also wanted a retiring park worker by dedicating a trail in his name. >>> e we give credit to everybody else for doing everything. for them to enough compassion tr me, i'm truly honored. >> 247 county can park parks and 5900 acres. >>> everyone who shops at ikea know products require assembly. some easier than others. some very difficult. >> this is incredible. >> furniture mega store is taiking some time and ideas and channelled it into cooking. they developed the recipe posters where users asemitheir meals
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