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Jan 15, 2017 3:00am PST
officer. their message to the man accused of killing her. >>> plus, president-elect at odds with china and new mexico, and the first shots and a coming trade war. this is life... ... no football. this is football... first down. maybe not enough life. (children chattering) and this is the perfect balance of football and life. (vo) watch the 2016 nfl playoffs on nfl mobile data free with verizon. plus, get our best smartphones only $10 per month when you trade in your phone. abdominayou may have ibs. ask your doctor if non-prescription ibgard is right for you. ibgard calms the angry gut. available at cvs, walgreens and riteaid. >>> that this mother has waited 18 years for this moment, the child introduced to her biological parents. she met her family at the south carolina police station yesterday, and that's in the small same down where her alleged kidnapper raised her as her own daughter. his biological father said he never gave up hope and that one day she would be found. >> just for anybody that knows, keep hope alive, and if it can happen to me it can happen to anybody. >> how the yo
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Apr 30, 2017 3:00am PDT
, particularly on china. his language on china so different than during the campaign. and he explained exactly why he now says china may not be a surnt manipulator. >> i think it's not exactly the right time to call china currency manipulator right now. do we agree with that? >> reporter: the president also said that he would be deciding within the next two weeks whether to stay or withdraw from the paris climate agreement. of course, that april cohe is b advised different things inside his administration, the subject of heated discussion. he says he will make that decision in the next couple of weeks. now the president also clearly was soaking up the moment of the 100th day in office. it was a familiar setting, a campaign rally type setting. the challenge from him going forward here is will he be able to expand to people who don't necessarily like what he has been doing? will he be able to get any legislative accomplishments? he did not talk about infrastructure, did not talk about tax reform. instead, during this speech, at least, president trump was largely looking backwar
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Nov 5, 2017 4:00am PST
. he heads to south korea next and from there beijing and we know china is central to president trump's policy here. he believes they are the ones who have the leverage when it comes to dealing with north korea. he has at times disparaged them for not doing enough and at times the administration has praised president xi jinping efforts to enact some of the sanctions that have lately been leveled against the regime. >> let's bring in terry here a former north korean analyst and now in asia. we have a senior administration official who told reporters that the president is looking very closely right now as to whether he will designate north korea as a state sponsor of terror and that he actually said on air force one to reporters we will make that decision very soon. do you think the president will make a decision like that when he is there in the region? and if he does, how will north korea respond? >> i do think is there a possibility that he will do that, particularly maybe when he is meeting with japanese families of the abducted families. i think that might be an opportune time. north
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Aug 6, 2017 4:00am PDT
wants to talk and china wants to talk. even tillerson has said that he would like to engage in some talks but, first, north korea must abandon their nuclear ambitions. will the u.s. have to step away from that prerequisite in order to have these conversations and do you see that potentially down the road? >> i agree with sue on this. this is something that kim will not back away from. this is his regime survival. this is how he stands out in the area. he feels like he has to defend his country against all of the surround i surroundi ining hordes that wou take him down. i don't do you'll see him give up the missile program. what he is able to do is put that under control due to the impetus by the sanctions and the diplomacy which is pulling together a bunch of nations of the world for the first time, countering his actions. that might be enough to cause him to live more by the standards of global norms and that is what is missing lately. >> will there be talks? if kim is not going abandon this effort to get a nuclear weapon and the u.s. has said that we won't engage in talks unless d
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Jan 25, 2015 3:00am PST
watch in the 21st century, brazil, russia, india and china. as part of the president's shift to the pacific, india was one of those countries we wanted to make better coalitions with. a nation of 1.2 billion people, as you said, huge business opportunities. in fact, my other job at a hospital is attempting to do some coordination knowing that about 30% of u.s. doctors are actually india residents or come from india, and the fact there is an opportunity to build coalitions because of the intersection between india and china and india and pakistan as you pointed out. the dynamics of making better relations to this nation is phenomenal with the future within the 21st century. >> one of the things, too, we expect they are going to talk about that is going to be potentially groundbreaking is climate change and china has always been frustrated. it's the third largest carbon -- i mean, india is frustrated. third largest carbon polluter after the u.s. and china and doesn't feel it has to limit its production because it hasn't been a part of the long-term problem we have seen from other indu
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Apr 9, 2017 3:00am PDT
group is headed to north korea. >> to north korea but also china on notice. >> he won't stop here. if he need to do more, he will do more. >> they don't want to have to do more if they don't have but want to make it chelear to the assad regime they don't have to. >> thank you. we love trump. we do, we do. gorsuch was confirmed. the media is saying nice things and no one is talking about russia. well, what a difference 59 tomahawk missiles can make! ♪ >>> good morning to our viewers in the u.s. and around the world. i'm alison kosik. >> i'm victor blackwell. >> a u.s. navy strike group is already on its way to the korean peninsula because of growing concern over north korea's missile tests. >> plus, russia is slamming u.s. ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley calling her comments on syria sabotage after she said, quote, there is no way to find political solution with the assad at the head of the regime. all of this as secretary of state rex tillerson gets ready to meet russian foreign minister in lavrov earlier this week. >>> breaking news out of egypt. at least 21 people are dead
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Mar 19, 2017 4:00am PDT
back to the united states from which china. next, the important meeting he had before taking off. >>> and china says the u.s. needs to have a quote, cooler head, when dealing with north korea. that word of advice came as north korea announced another rocket engine test. e. you wouldn't put up with an umbrella that covers you part way, so when it comes to pain relievers, why put up with just part of a day? aleve, live whole not part. tell you what, i'll give it to you for half off. ( ♪ ) i moved upstate because i was interested in building a career. i came to ibm to manage global clients and big data. but i found so much more. ( ♪ ) it's really a melting pot of activities and people. (applause, cheering) new york state is filled with bright minds like victoria's. to find the companies and talent of tomorrow, search for our page, jobsinnewyorkstate on linkedin. search for our page, my frii say not if you this protect yourself.ary. what is scary? pneumococcal pneumonia. it's a serious disease. my doctor said the risk is greater now that i'm over 50! yeah...ya-ha... just one dose
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Dec 18, 2016 4:00am PST
didn't mention china or russia. despite the relationship with both of those countries becoming a problem for the incoming trump administration. the president-elect focused on many of his campaign promises, specifically how he plans to help the american economy. he did go off script a bit criticizing the first lady, michelle obama, for an interview that she recently gave to oprah winfrey where she suggested that a sizeable part of the country lacks hope because of trump's election victory. >> michelle obama said yesterday that there's no hope. but i assume she was talking about the past, not the future, because i'm telling you, we have tremendous hope and we have tremendous promise and tremendous potential. we are going to be so successful as a country again. we are going to be amazing, and i actually think she made that statement not meaning it the way it came out, i really do, because i met with president obama and michelle obama in the white house, my wife was there. she could not have been nicer. i honestly believe she meant that statement in a different way than it came out b
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Mar 23, 2014 3:00am PDT
search corridor where they are. >> just yesterday china also released the satellite image that could belong to the missing flight. could be debris, but they just described it as suspicious floating objects. so, how could we go about figuring out if these small, grainy pictures are, in fact, leads. or how can investigators do that? here's renee marsh. >> reporter: some experts say the 74-foot object in this newly released satellite image from china is too big to be debris from the missing jet. others say we could be looking at multiple pieces. >> intermingled with wire and other debris, you may have a lot of smaller pieces mixed in, which might look like a larger piece from a satellite or the air. >> reporter: the size of the debris depends on how the plane hit the water, assuming it did. if it were going at a high rate of speed and made a nose dive, like alaska airlines flight 261 did in 2000 when it crashed into the pacific, there would be a shatter effect, breaking into thousands of small pieces. a mid-air explosion like twa flight 800 would produce larger pieces of debris and a wi
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May 7, 2017 3:00am PDT
overseas is putting a spotlight on potential conflicts in the white house. >> this ad in china that is raising eyebrows. it reads invest $500,000 and immigrate to the united states. the program gives immigrants a path to a green card for a 500,000 investment to create jobs in america. jared kushner's sister used the ad to attract chinese investors to a mj projenew jersey projecte family is building. matt is live in beijing. i know the kushners are using the program to bring in investors. what are you hearing there? >> reporter: well, theis was a presentation given inside of a fancy ritz-carlton ballroom. a hundred chinese investors wered ask to showed up and jared kushner's sister was part of the program. it is used by chiyou get a chan to a certain amount of money and apply for a green card and something lots of real estate development companies used. the fact that kushner companies using jared kushner's sister is here pitching chinese investors is not unusual in and of itself. a lot of real estate development companies do that. what is unusual is the fact that jared kushner, until
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Jul 23, 2017 3:00am PDT
, we know that there have been times we consider the relationship with china, we talk about the second travel ban that he actually signed and then said he didn't want or didn't like. this president can offer a running commentary through the statements on twitter that could be a wink and a nod to russia. >> well, he could give all of the winks and nods that he wants, but reality he has been boxed in politically and he may have outsmarted himself. the very policy that he promised to pursue during the campaign and has said he wanted to pursue as president seems to be a little bit further out of reach as a result of the leaks and the collusion and the double statements and the multiple investigation. he is no longer politically in a position to simply veto this bill. it's also worth keeping in mind, it's not simply about the collusion that is leading to these sanctions. there is a long list of human rights abuses that are part of this as well. there is the annexization of crimea part of this as well and military aggression in the ukraine is part of this. the entire russia policy has to be
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Sep 4, 2016 3:00am PDT
china and michelle kosinski is joining us. president obama we know met with turkish president erdogan today. what is happening here, this exchange, this tension between the american and the chinese officials? >> reporter: this is weird. this is something that the president was not aware of when he was landing. it's been four times now since this trip began -- and this is only the second day -- that the u.s. press has been blocked from having access to something that is basically a photo op anyway. sort of routine events, some of those which are captured on camera. the question we would have is why block that access, especially if there are going to be some journalists there. but the chinese are making it clear they do things their way. what the president said about it is this always happens. there's always some tension between the delegations and how things are done, how access is granted. but he quoted the press secretary in saying that this time the seams are showing more than they usually do. not long after that clip on the tarmac, there was another confrontation before a press ava
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Apr 26, 2015 4:00am PDT
. and india and china are sending basic supplies, food, water, tents and medicine to the victims. >> our cnn correspondent is following the story for us. mallika, there was a 6.7 aftershock. did you feel that aftershock? >> reporter: victor and chris ti. they are compg ing here to helpe relief victims because the aftershocks and tremors continue. a major aftershock, 6.7 on the richter scale which is like an earthquake in itself. i am in 900 kilometers away from nepal. if you had to fly from kathmandu to here it would take you an hour and we felt the aftershock here. you can imagine how bad the situation is with nepal. with every hour the need for relief and rescue efforts is getting more severe. people in nepal are too scared to go in their houses and too scared to be indoors. many camping outside and many spent the night in football fields overnight. they are setting up make-shift clinics on the road and treating people outside. people are running short of food so people are gathering whatever food they had and creating communal kitchens outside. no access to power. they are run
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Jan 5, 2014 3:00am PST
, china and russia asked the u.s. for help. the snow dragon became stuck after bringing a helicopter which rescued australian researchers from the ship. it could take a week for the ship to get there. >>> new york is set to loosen strict laws barring the use of marijuana now. >> governor andrew cuomo is expected to make an announcement during his state of the state speech on wednesday. cuomo long resisted the legalization of marijuana. >> his plan is expected to be restrictive. "the new york times" reports the governor's plan will allow 20 hospitals to dispense medical marijuana. >> it's heavily restricted but once you crack open that door. >> we are seeing what's happening in colorado. we'll have a conversation later. the questions i have is, first, is this financially based? is this economic? because new jersey now has medical marijuana right next door. >> brings in a lot of tax dollars. >> politically, the new mayor of new york city, bill de blasio is seen as leading progressive in new york and is this political in some way that andrew cuomo wants to get ahead of that? we'll see.
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May 3, 2015 5:00am PDT
you? >> reporter: we spoke to two men, and both were operating in china, and claiming the south korea government recruited them and gave them assignments to cross into north korea and steal information, and we have no way of verifying these claims. the south korean government denies these men were spies, and i will have to say that we were not told ahead of time on any restrictions on our spwaour views, and i asked these men if they were coached ahead of time, and they both said no, but they had remarkably similar talking points, and they talked about kim jong-un, and they are being watched by government officials and you might expect them to say whatever they can to better their information, and we are putting together the interview now, and there are difficulties in transmitting video back from north korea, and we will be showing that for you, so you can listen to what they said for yourselves and it was interesting. >> great job, will. thank you so much. we appreciate it, as always. >>> you know there is a royal baby still without a name. when are we going to learn? fourth in
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May 4, 2014 3:00am PDT
also tweeted that the china delegation was already there and they're going to be heading to condra first thing in the morning tomorrow, since it's already late evening in sydney a matter of hours they'll head there for the trilateral meeting between china, malaysia and australia and they're going to discuss what you were talking about, the next phase of this search. here we are now more than eight weeks into this, still not one single piece of debris from the plane in spite of the best efforts of 26 countries. the visual search is over. they're focusing on the underwater search. the bluefin contract is costing alone that little piece of equipment $40,000 a day and now they're going to be talking about other equipment they can bring in, the cost of that, who they're going to hire. they need the help of private contractors from a lot of different countries. there are companies in malaysia interested in doing some of the work, countries from all over the world so that's what this meeting will be about and then we're expecting a pretty big press conference afterwards, where we will get
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Jan 10, 2016 3:00am PST
forth and the crux of the problem is the only country has leverage over north korea is china. china has made a decision they don't want the insecurity in north korea. they prefer stability so they are not willing to use that leverage but north korea is dependent on china and its own complicated relationship. in the end what we could do is we could pressure china to pressure north korea. that's really the solution but that is not easy and that is not something we are prepared to do right now. >> josh rogin, thank you for your insight. >>> next, the man accused of attacking a philadelphia police officer has been to the middle east twice as the attack he says was in support of isis. so will he face terror charges. >>> also later, pope francis celebrates the feast of epiph y epiphany. what he did to mark the occasion. it's hard to find time to keep up on my shows. that's why i switched from u-verse to xfinity. now i can download my dvr recordings and take them anywhere. ready or not, here i come! (whispers) now hide-and-seek time can also be catch-up-on-my-shows time. here i come! can't
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Apr 26, 2015 5:00am PDT
injured and looking for care right now. the u.s., india and china sending basic supplies such as food, supplies, and tents. we have our correspondent over there, and you felt the 6.7-magnitude aftershock, and i am wondering how that is affecting rescue efforts? >> reporter: that is having a serious impact on rescue efforts. you know, i did feel it. you are right, i am in the city of kolkata in india, and to give you a sense, that's not close, if i had to take a flight from here to katmandu, it could be more than an hour's flight, but still we felt the tremors in kolkata this afternoon, and people ran out of their buildings and they were fearful of what could happen here. yes, it's really scaring people over here, and people are nervous after what happened yesterday. a lot of people spent the night outside, and yesterday they were too scared to go indoors or into their homes, or whatever was left of their homes, and many spent the night in an open football field and said they will do the same again tonight because it's not safe to go back in there. of course the tremors are affect
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Sep 22, 2013 3:00am PDT
evacuations underway in china as a powerful storm approaches. it's a typhoon packing winds above 100 miles per hour. >> it has been downgraded from a super typhoon, and it is packing a punch, it could cause flooding and landslides. >> more than 50,000 disaster relief personnel has been deployed. ship to taiwan has been halted and fishing boats have been ordered to port. >> the storms caused damage in the philippines knocking down trees and ripping roofs off of homes there. >> did you feel it? >> i love it. >> 63 degrees on the end of my dashboard. >> i feel like a wimp, because it's not like atlanta had the scorching summer that they usually do. >> and yeah, alexandra steele joins us in the weather center. we are excited about fall and starting to feel it. >> i am from albany new york, and so i am excited about the fall. officially the first day of fall coming in this afternoon about 4:00. you will notice it because we are seeing rain around and that rain is part of a front and behind that front, cooler temperatures. the difference between yesterday's temperatures and tomorrow's, on the wh
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Nov 10, 2013 5:00am PST
right now though here in the open water between vietnam and this is china. it will make land fall this evening our time, china time local time will be monday morning. but today will be the worst day for hanoi and vietnam. but again, it is certainly much less severe. but that being said, it even may when it does come ashore tonight or tomorrow morning local time, it may actually even come ashore as a tropical storm. 60 mile sustained winds. and then by tuesday, today really the worst day for them, 25 mile-per-hour winds. so certainly much less. but the winds with this will be gusty and will certainly do some damage. but it really will be the coastal storm system that we're going to see with flooding and storm surge flooding, guys, that really may do the most damage. it's very low lying on the coast of vietnam. >> all right. thank you so much for the explainer there. we appreciate it. >>> want to let you know "state of union" straight ahead on cnn. a good time to talk sunday politics with state of the union host candy crowley. good morning to you. i know we want to start with benghazi an
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May 14, 2017 4:00am PDT
china hold the key to fixing the north korean problem by applying pressure on its close ally. well, it appears with this latest missile test that china's calls have really landed on deaf ears next door in north korea. >> we thank all of you you chiming in today and getting us up-to-speed. >>> a massive cybersaattack aft an anonymous researcher broke that attack up. a 22-year-old from the uk goes by malware attack. this person does not disclose any of their identity to cnn so why we are say them, they are. >>> eight more candidates now in contention would the role of fbi director. only one of them has been endorsed by the fbi agents association. we will talk with the leader of that group about why the group made that choice. >>> and national coalition now bailing out jail mothers for mother's day. we will talk to one of the organizers behind this new movement. we asked people to write down the things they love to do most on these balloons. travel with my daughter. roller derby. ♪ now give up half of 'em. do i have to? this is a tough financial choice we could face when we retire. but,
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Aug 9, 2015 5:00am PDT
problems bringing heavy rains to china. this could go on for days. by the time it moved inland saturday soudelor had weakened considerably but packed wind gusts up to 52 miles per hour. before it was downgraded from a typhoon it killed five people in taiwan. five others are still missing. >> and congratulations kim chambers. she just became the first women to swim from the fir lane islands to the golden gate bridge in san francisco. we're talking 30 miles of shark infested water. it took her 17 hours 12 minutes to complete her journey and she says many times she wasn't sure she'd be able to finish. but she did. joining only four other people, all men, to do so. so congratulations to her and to her team all those people cheering her on there. >> absolutely. >> we're always so grateful for you. made some great memories today. >> "inside politics" with john king starts right now. >>> welcome to "inside politics" i'm john king. thanks for sharing your sunday morning. we'll keep our eyes out for any new twitter tirades. as we begin today donald trump is still running for president.
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Sep 28, 2014 5:00am PDT
-democracy demonstrators in a tense standoff with police there. activists are trying to pressure china into giving the city full universal voting rights. according to ivan watson who is on the ground there, police fired tear gas earlier to try to control the crowds. >>> a short time ago pope benedict xvi arrived at the vatican. it's his third public appearance since he resigned in 2013. you can see the pope walking around the steps of st. peter's basilica, a vatican spokesman says the mass will focus on the importance of grandparents and the elderly in society. >>> you know you've made it when you get impersonated on "saturday night live." >> coming up, we're going to tell you which cnn anchor made an appearance on the late night comedy show. we'll be right back. hey there, i just got my bill, and i see that it includes my fico® credit score. yup, you get it free each month to help you avoid surprises with your credit. good. i hate surprises. surprise! at discover, we treat you like you'd treat you. get the it card and see your fico® credit score. no question about that. but your ere
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Jul 31, 2016 3:00am PDT
spot we've had flooding. take a look at some of this video coming to us out of china. they've had days off and on in portions of southwestern china, around the tibet area. this water has been rushing through some of these rivers and streams and on roads which just look like they're rivers because of the amount of water that has been flowing through some of these towns. here we look at the monsoon rainfall over the last 24 to 48 hours. you can see some of those storm systems that blew up over this region on saturday dumping a tremendous amount of rain. same thing for baltimore and d.c. we're expecting even more rain into this area. notice around tibet we're talking six inches on top of what they've already had. we've got the problems in china but also back here at home. for the folks in new jersey and new york, there is a flash flood watch out for that area through tonight for similar conditions to what we saw in washington and baltimore. >> thank you so much. >>> well, donald trump is facing backlash from both sides of the aisle right now. >> yeah. this is after this back and fall
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Apr 26, 2015 3:00am PDT
. the u.s., india, china, pakistan sending aid to the himalayan nation after quake hit the capital kathmandu. tell us more about the search and rescue efforts. although we say the world is now responding, it's difficult to get the resources, the people, the machinery into the areas that need it the most. >> reporter: absolutely. it is very, very difficult because, as you just mentioned, the aftershock and tremors are still continuing. the tremor you just talked about it, i heard it here two and a half hours ago. where i am is 900 kilometers away from nepal. if you fly from kathmandu to here, it's more than an hour's flight. if we feel the effects here, you can imagine what the situation is there in nepal. the tremors are continuing which makes it very difficult for rescue efforts to carry on there. or for any relief efforts to be flown into the regions. countries are trying. india has been very active in sending planes. yesterday, it sent four planes with relief supplies yesterday and ten scheduled for today. i am told since it's a 6.7 earthquake, some planes have not been able to
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Jul 12, 2015 3:00am PDT
tsipras to pull a nixon in china moment and come from the radical left and sell to his marxist colleagues. but the only person who can do that is a leader in greece, who can go to his people, sell the reforms, begin enacting some of these reforms in the next 24 to 48 hours. >> he'll lose the support of the people if he does that, won't he? >> i don't believe so. i think the greeks have been so shocked by events over the last several days. they understand now what it means to collapse into the cashless, semibarter economy. they understand they really have no choice. it's either this really bad situation or an utterly catastrophic situation going forward that is filled with hopelessness and despair. i think he can do this. the other party leaders are willing to work with him. he's going to have to shed some of the radical members of his coalition. i think in greece they can make the kind of changes that are needed to satisfy some of the more incal -- >> so many things to unpack here. always appreciate the insight. >> thanks for having me. >> sure. >>> today is pope francis's last day in sou
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Dec 27, 2015 3:00am PST
the next few days. we certainly hope so for. >>> five days from now it is official. couples in china will be allowed to have two children. chinese lawmakers rubber stamped the new legislation during a meeting today. china is changing this policy due to its aging population. the country is trying to have a younger and more productive work force. the move effectively ends the country's one child policy the last three decades. >>> the last sunday of the year. in vatican city, pope francis celebrating the feast of the holy family. the pope delivered a message about the importance of family and praying to the. we are going to have a live report for you from rome in the next hour. >>> space nerds like myself, get near your television right now. nasa releasing this stunning image appearing to show the earth rising over the moon. images composed of a series of shots taken by nasa's spacecraft in october. >>> ahead, our breaking news coverage continues on the deadly tornadoes that have slammed through parts of texas, as people are waking up here soon and wondering how extensive the damage is
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Feb 7, 2016 3:00am PST
minister saying it is totally unacceptable. and even china one of north korea's very much few allies saying that it regrets that this has happened. >> and the fear is that this is a front for their ballistic missile program and getting to the point of carrying a nuclear weapon. is there any indication of how close north korea is to m miniaturizing a nuclear war head. >> nobody knows for sure. this is not a transparent country. it is very difficult to find out exactly what their capabilities are. there are some who believe they are a couple of years ago but other whose believe they may have the capability now. what we doe know is that a rocket used to launch a satellite into space is essentially the same as a rocket you can put a nuclear war head on and this is seen by so many as just an intercontinental ballistic missile test. >> thank you so much. >> and still to come bernie sanders trying to appeal to young voters ahead of new hampshire's primary. and what's the best way to do that? just get on saturday night live of course. >> plus could this be peyton manning's final game? we'll
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Aug 24, 2014 2:00am PDT
war. of course, we have other countries to consider also. russia and china have a huge interest in syria, so it gets a lot more complicated when we see isis where it wouldn't back towards syria. >> we appreciate the insight from both of you and the time you've taken to be with us. haras and peter, thank you so much both. >> thank you, christi. >> sure. >>> you know, as ferguson, missouri, is preparing to say good-bye to michael brown tomorrow, local law enforcement is under national jewett ascrut using tactics. president obama is getting involved now. what it could mean for police departments across the country. >>> also, look at this dash cam video. a child with his arms raised in the air as police mistakenly pull over his mother at gun point. some are saying police went too far. he's 6 years old, by the way. >>> this one, oh, let's hear it for the boys. little league champs are bringing home a little bit of history with their victory. ♪ chicago, chicago, the toddling town ♪ ♪ chicago, chicago why are we so obsessed with turbo? because we like giving you power, but we also l
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Jan 19, 2014 5:00am PST
4, she'll move to the china conservation and research center. >>> it was the perfect cover-up for a crime that the perpetrators believed was justified. it was march 8th, 1971. muhammad ali and joe frazier are duking it out in the fight of the century. >> but as that battle unfolded on tv screens around the world, nine burglars are breaking into the fbi field office in media, pennsylvania and making off with a cache of documents that would change history. >> among the records was exactly what the thieves were hunting -- evidence of then-fbi director jj. edgar hoover's decision to snuff out political dissent among college students and african-americans. >> it was the first evidence of an operation called coin tell pro. it was revealed as the dirty tricks program hoover used to try to cause martin luther king to commit suicide. it is also the program that helped bring hoover down. >> for more than 40 years the story of the burglary has been a tightly held secret until now. joining us from philadelphia are two of the admitted thieves, john and bonnie raines. and from new york, betty met
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Jan 5, 2014 5:00am PST
viewers have the inclination or knowledge to know whether the china is set properly or ladies' hemline is the proper length. why is it important to get details right? >> i don't have great knowledge of how a great, wonderful painting is done, but i do know what's good and what isn't. i think that's what it is. i think that there is something that lends itself to authenticity if it's right. >> thanks so much for your time. we look forward to watching tonight. >> i hope you enjoy. thank you very much. >>> still to come on "new day," new year, same old fight. congress is kicking off 2014 with a battle over extending jobless benefits. but will anything change for the country's 1.3 million long-term unemployed? we are gonna look into it, next. [ male announcer ] the new new york is open. open to innovation. open to ambition. open to bold ideas. that's why new york has a new plan -- dozens of tax free zones all across the state. move here, expand here, or start a new business here and pay no taxes for ten years... we're new york. if there's something that creates more jobs, and grow
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is about 2800 years old and started in china. a dragon boat is 41-foot long. everybody has to be synchronized with their paddle. you do what the person in front of you and the person across from you does and if you can do that and the boat goes straight and it goes very fast. >> it's the cardio. the constantly motion. you're constantly like the short burst of energy. i recently retired as an orlando police officer after 23 years. and no matter what i dealt with on the street when i came out here, i was able to leave. at the time the water smells good and feels good when it splashes up on you and it's lining kind of like a zen moment. >> for me it's about getting my heart rate up and getting some exercise in. i like being out in the open rather than being in a gym. i have a lot of core strength now. when he first started, i couldn't paddle for more than a minute at a time. and now i can probably do an hour continuous. >> all right. let's take the lead! >> the worries of the day just kind of melt away. patrick woke up with back pain. but he has work to do. so he took aleve. if he'd
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Oct 20, 2013 3:00am PDT
tightrope walker doing a little tap dance. this is happening in china, the rope going between two sections of the great wall, and the man in red is known in china as the prince of tightrope walking. he is there in blue, and his apprentice, also the cousin. >> this runs in the family, i guess. you can see him hanging from the rope by his feet, and he will let go at some point. they did do other tricks like walking blindfolded. i guess it's a rush. >> do you have a fear of heights? >> on a hope, yeah, but just a general fear, no. >> we do appreciate you being here with us. >> we hope you did not get nauseous from watching the video. the next hour of "new day" starts right now. >>> good morning to you. we appreciate you staying with us. i an ana cabrera. >> i am victor blackwell. this is "new day sunday," and we are starting in florida where a manhunt ended about 80 miles from where it all started. two escaped inmates were arrested. authorities wish the story would end there, but it will not. with everybody wondering how they were able to escape with nothing more than forged paperwork, there
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Oct 27, 2013 3:00am PDT
. the collapse of communism, the uprising in china's tianamen square, and the first gulf war. >> army, navy, air force, and marines prepare for one of the largest land assaults of modern times. >> looking back, do you think the stress affected your heart disease and your overall health? >> i simply don't buy the notion that it contributed to my heart disease. it was, in fact, that getting back to work, getting back to that job, whatever that job might be, was important enough that i, in fact, kept them separate, i guess, would be the way to think about it. >> but i wonder as a doctor, is that really plausible. can you really keep such a significant medical history and such a significant job separate? >> i did. >> reporter: but when george w. bush asked cheney to be his running mate in 2000, there was enough concern that the bush campaign sought out the opinion of world-renowned texas heart surgeon, denton cooley. after speaking with cheney's cardiologist, dr. jonathan reiner, dr. cooley told the bush campaign that cheney was in good health with normal cardiac function. >> the normal c
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Aug 11, 2013 6:00am EDT
france, authorities say. the trafficking ring was based in and directed from china, but the two suspected ringleaders for europe were taken out in this operation in barcelona. the smugglers charged chinese citizens up to $66,000 for forged passports and a perilous journey abroad. back to you, brianna. >> thank you, al. >>> and now to egypt, where supporters of ousted president mohamed morsi are refusing to leave the streets, despite repeated warnings. cnn's arwa damon is in cairo. arwa? >> reporter: it's the first working day following the three-day holiday that marks the end of the holy month of ram idea, but egypt's political crisis overshadowed that time of celebration. the pro-morsi demonstrators remaining as defiant as ever, despite repeated warnings by the government to clear out of the two main areas in cairo. in fact, they are calling for even more marches. the government repeatedly said that it wants to avoid bloodshed, but incredibly difficult to see how that is going to happen. and at these sites, you have families, women and children. back to you, brianna. >> arwa, t
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Jun 30, 2013 3:00am PDT
made in ecuador, peru, paraguay, colombia, china, often in back-alley shops under filthy conditions. now, to get these fakes into your medicine cabinet, counterfeiters have to first get them across the border. here in los angeles, we have one of the largest international mail facilities in the country. you say the problem's getting worse? >> the problem is getting worse. it's on the rise. >> reporter: here, u.s. customs and border protections agents are separating out products to be screened. with a device called the cd-3, it can identify counterfeit drugs on the spot. are you able to screen everything that comes through? >> well, we try to screen as much as we can, but before we would have to send it to the lab and then that could take weeks. so, what we are able to do here, we're able to do it in a few minutes. >> the national association of boards of pharmacy or nabp, says that most fakes come through online sales and that 97% of online sites don't comply with state and federal laws. they're offering prescription drugs without a prescription. they're selling unapproved fda drugs,
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Sep 3, 2017 4:00am PDT
, the earthquake was detected. a massive 6.3 earthquake at a mountainous border region near china. the earthquake felt not just in north korea but registering seismic monitoring stations all over the world. an explosion, eight, possibly ten times stronger than a nuclear bomb dropped on hiroshima in japan 1945 and another sign that north korea is not backing down despite the fiery rhetoric of president trump but escalating the situation. we were speaking with government officials in pyongyang last week. they said they do not want to use the nuclear weapons they are developing against the united states oven when they laun. now their sixth nuclear test the fourth test ordered by kim jong-un. north korea says these weapons of mass destruction. north korea thinks they are keeping the peace by preventing the u.s. of launching a attack on their country and perhaps giving them leverage against the u.s. which is a far more powerful and far more wealthy and far more influential adversary. now we have to wait and see how the united states respond. >> boris sanchez is joining us live now. any
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Jul 30, 2017 3:00am PDT
to will ripley in china. you are live with us and help us understand what north korea's threat means to the u.s. what are they saying? >> there really has been a lot breaking within the last hour. i want to read you part of this message this warning from north korea just within the last hour. they had the u.s. needs to stop with its delusion of trying to harm us by clearly understanding the strategic status of the dprk which soared up as the world's nuclear and missile power and our military and people's strong will to revenge our enemies to instruction. this warning coming after north korea tested an icbn that. you much of the u.s. mainland within striking range and president trump tweeting very angie apparently with china for not doing more to stop and sole the north korea problem and saying i am disappointed in china our foolish past leaders have allowed them to make hundreds of billions a dollar a year in trade and yet they do nothing with us with north korea. just talk. we will no longer allow this to continue. china would easily solve this problem. this is a dramatic shift for
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Nov 20, 2016 3:00am PST
million from somebody from china. am i supposed to dislike them? >> reporter: what we do know is his business relationships span the globe. it plays a role in china, dubai and russia. there are even questions state side. according to "the new york times" the trump administration is partly on the hook for a $950 million mortgage, one of the lenders, the bank of china, which the chinese government controls. >> you know where their united states headquarters is located? in this building, in trump tower. i love china. >> reporter: so could a mortgage be a gift under the emoluments clause? >> the bank of china, if that loan is to be renegotiated, the question is going to come up, is it an arm's length transition or not. >> reporter: a lender, for example, could sweeten the deal by reducing the collateral or lowering the interest rate. >> emergency the following situation. you have a large foreign government that has a government-owned enterprise. that government decides that it's going to put an extra $100 million bonus in a contract, that would be a violation. even if mr. trump didn'
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Feb 12, 2017 4:00am PST
. >> let's bring in christopher hill, a former u.n. ambassador. let's start with china. he talked a lot about this during the campaign and weeks ago as the president-elect he talked about it on twitter that china should get involved here, and what degree do you believe china is prepared to ramp up their involvement? >> trying to get china more involved is a long-standing effort by the united states, and frankly, many times we have been disappointed by china's involvement. now, whether they are concerned about north korean collapse and refugees or whether they are concerned a collapse would be a south korea takeover and then a u.s. presence on their border, hard to say. what is clear is that we cannot outsource this to china, and i don't think we will get anywhere with that, but we need to work and china needs to be part of the solution here, and they are right there in the region, and they have close ties with north korea and they could do more. i think this really behooves this administration, and really needs to get more involved with china. i think it was a good sign the other day th
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Sep 3, 2017 3:00am PDT
pressuring some of the countries that deal with north korea like china is the primary one to enforce these sanctions more strictly. those are the typ types of thine might see the u.s. so focus on. >> so you have, julian, these conflicting messages from the administration. first, president trump tweets out on thursday that talking is not the answer. then on friday, as you both have referenced, secretary mattis -- let's play what secretary mattis said, if we have it available. >> are we out of diplomatic -- for north korea? >> no. here in washington, we are keenly aware that south korea is on the front line and we are not complacent. >> not out of diplomatic solutions. julian, is this coordinated good cop/bad cop or do you have a president who may be off the page, or this secretary of defense who refutes what the president asserts? >> look. i think it's both. i think with president trump, everything is not so calculate. i think he goes back and forth on many issues and allows different members of his administration to say different things. but historically, this is what administrations
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Jul 2, 2017 4:00am PDT
independence day weekend. today, the president has back-to-back phone calls with the leader of china and japan. no word yet on what they will discuss. but it comes after the president declared america's patience with north korea is over. >> with the campaign promise to repeal obamacare at an impasse it seem in the senate the white house says the president is working through the holiday and putting calls into lawmakers. last night, the president was back in campaign form, speaking at a celebrate freedom event. he saluted our veterans and continued his attack on one of his favorite targets, the news media. >> the fake media is trying to silence us, but we will not let them, because the people know the truth. the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house, but i'm president and they are not. >>> let's talk about this with cnn senior media correspondent and host of "reliable sources," brian stelter. senators will, obviously, going to hear from their sqaenconstit, those who rely on the affordable care act and those who wanted to be protected, and those who want the republican s
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Apr 9, 2017 4:00am PDT
with chinese president xi jinping they believe a warning to china and china step up its enforcements of sanctions against north korea and think it was a veiled threat against this country, that things are potentially changing, that there could be missiles raining down here in pyongyang and other cities. but they are very defiant. they had the nuclear missile programs is last thing they would cut and go without food and electricity to develop the rule of their leader kim jong-un. this is a one-party state. he has absolute power so, of course, you ask somebody a question on the streets and they are going to tell you that their number one priority is to keep kim jong-un in power and what they say publicly and all we can report. this is not a country with freedom of expression and it's not a country with ideological freedom whatsoever but people will say they want their government to stay in power and they believe that this strategy of building up the military and developing these weapons is the right path forward for their country even though critics say it has led to econo
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May 4, 2014 5:00am PDT
deciding what will be the next phase of this search, trilateral meeting, you've got china, malaysia and australia meeting. what do we know about those meetings and any idea of what the next phase will look like? >> are this is an important step, victor, as you've been talking about, as we've been reporting here. we know that the chinese delegation, the malaysian delegation are in sydney, australia now. they had informal briefings earlier in the day and first thing local time in australia they'll sit down with the australian experts so china, malaysia and australia sitting at the table discussing the next phase of the search which we know will involve private contractors with different types of technology to search the southern indian ocean for any sign of the missing plane. the bluefin 21 contract is extended to the end of this month, costing the united states about $40,000 a day, a is everyone that will be time consuming, could take up to a year and could cost up to $60 million. the meetings will be figuring out what technology they're going to use, where they're going to deploy it
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Mar 9, 2014 3:00am PDT
just what is that mysterious yellow object in the south china sea near where those oil slicks were discovered one day ago. a lot of leads, but, tonight, the mystery continues. pamela, joe? >> and, jim, we now know that at least two passengers boarded this flight using fake passports. can you tell us how this could have happened and what airport security was like there? >> well, airport security is generally good, pamela. when we look at the overall scene, we say this is no different than any other airport. yet, one source within our pool telling cnn that they had not checked the interple data base and that's why one man on that database wasn't challenged. when i tried to raise that with the director of aviation, i got no reply, instead he demanded to know the source of the investigation. it would be an embarrassment to the malaysian authorities if they were not readily checking that interpole list. we have scores of ships and planes that have been searching throughout the day. all of them, all of them trying to do one thing, give the families an answer as to where are their loved o
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Mar 2, 2014 3:00am PST
southwest china. >> chinese officials say the work of terrorists is what we're looking at here. we'll have details for you just ahead. [ garner ] there's a lot f beautiful makeup out there, but one is so clever that your skin looks better even after you take it off. neutrogena healthy skin liquid makeup. 98% saw improved skin. does your makeup do that? neutrogena® cosmetics. does you♪ makeup do that? they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪ (dad) we lived... thanks to our subaru. ♪ (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. hot breakfast options. hampton, enjoy our free you did a great job. it looks good! then fuel up with up to 9,000 hhonors bonus points on a long weekend stay. make every stay more rewarding and feel the hamptonality. do you really think brushing is enough to keep it clean? while brushing misses germs in 75% of your mouth, listerine® cleans virtually your entire mouth. so take your oral health to a whole new level. listerin®... power to your mouth™. what is this place? where are we? this is where we bring together the fastest interne
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china where a massive landslide swallowed several buildings. coming back ept on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. ask your doctor if 24-hour breo could be a missing piece for
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at a university in china that is a university of science and technology. have not been able to confirm neither with the u.s. state department or with south korean intelligence. there are two others that are currently being held that we know of. one of them is otto warmbeard, a student from the university of virginia he was detained in 2016 at the airport and held since then and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor after he confessed to trying to take down a political sign out of his hotel. another man named kim dong khu was detained in october of 2015 and charged with espionage and received a sentence of at least ten years in prison. there have been several other americans who have been detained. mostly from that airport as they are on their way out of the country and those who have been released, there have been at least two others, they have tended to be held for at least several weeks to several months. often they have to do a televised confession before they are ultimately released from north korea. >> to what degree could this complicate the already contentious relationship
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Apr 30, 2017 4:00am PDT
nuclear test. i will not be happy. i can tell you also i don't believe that the president of china, who is a very respected man, will be happy either. >> not happy, meaning military action? >> i don't know. i mean, we will see. >>> the president appeared to downplay the significance of the test calling it a small missile launch. after president trump's 100th day rally in pennsylvania, reporters pressed him on the message to the north korean regime. [ inaudible question ] >> you'll soon find out, won't you? >> military action? >> you'll soon find out. >> let's go to cnn international correspondent will ripley in pyongyang. we also bring in cnn political analyst errol louis and cnn reporter eugene scott. will, you are there on the ground. any indications on what will be kim's next move? >> reporter: before i answer that i want you to listen to this for a moment. ♪ >> reporter: this music plays almost hourly here in pyongyang. it's a sign to remind the citizens here of the sacrifices of the late north korean leader so we are not inserting music here. this is what comes with living i
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