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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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Jul 30, 2017 4:00am PDT
after president trump blasted china owner pyongyang's latest missile test. on the same day two u.s. b-1 bombers flew over the peninsula in a show of force. >> hours after president trump's tweets, chinese president xi jinping over a massive military display. china is not the only country flexing its military muscles. russia is showing off his fire power holding its annual navy day show. >>> first, here is will ripley in beijing. tell us about the u.s.latest th to the u.s. >> reporter: so many fast moving developments in this part of the world. read to you what north korea has said in their threat to the united states. the u.s. need to stop by clearing understanding the strategic status of the dprk which soared up as the world's nuclear and power. ominous words from a country just tested icbn officials believe it could strike up and down the u.s. west coast and los angeles and seattle and further east edwards denver, chicago and by early next year possibly a weapon strike new york and washington. the successful test of the defense system is certainly going to irritate china, which cons
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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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Jan 15, 2017 4:00am PST
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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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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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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 9, 2014 5:00am PST
their relations with their primary backer which was china. so north korea needs to replace the support that it's been getting from beijing and where better else than the united states. >> you know, this place is so mysterious, north korea and kim jong-un disappeared for a while, he's back, you get this release. could his disappearance and the release now be related? >> you know, i'm sure they are related it's just that outside of a very small circle in pyongyang we don't know. i think kim jong-un has lost power since he's been in office after taking over from the death of his dad in december of 2011. i think you have new players on the scene in pyongyang and they are pushing the country in better directions. now i don't know how substantial this will be, now enduring this will be, but nonetheless we do see an opening. so this is intriguing. north korea is doing things it hasn't done before. releasing people without getting anything in return. i think that's very significant. >> you know, they still have a pretty dismal human rights policy. they are still building their nuclear
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Feb 12, 2017 3:00am PST
should be condemned by all the countries involved, including china, and china has been enforcing the u.n. security imposed sanctions against dprk, and at this time the which i na -- chinese will come against the launch testing by dprk, and don't forget the whole territory of japan is within the range of this type of missile and it's also creating a threat to republic of korea as well as the u.s. troops based in this part of the world. china wants to have greater peace and stability on the korean peninsula, and has been urging no testing, and if they continue to test the launch vehicle it will most likely come into possession with the icbm's, that will hit a larger range and this will further create instability in this part of the world and beyond, and therefore i think china and the united states and japan and russia should be united in condemning the latest action. >> let's talk about the response, and maybe more sanctions, and there are multiple santions levelied over the years, and it has not worked as a deterrent. maybe they will take another route. >> as you know, during the electio
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Nov 9, 2014 3:00am PST
here, is on his way to china for a week long asia trip. he did say earlier that the u.s. is so grateful both men have returned to the u.s. safely. praised the director of national intelligence as well for his role in bringing them home. listen to this. >> it's a wonderful day for friends and family. obviously they're hopeful for their safe return. they're doing a great job on what was obviously a challenging mission. >> officials say pyongyang's latest move will not change the u.s.'s position on the nuclear program. president obama is expected to discuss the issue during his visit to beijing. >>> we're joined now by forbes.com columnist gordon chang. he is also the author of "nuclear showdown," north korea takes on the world. he is joining us live from toronto. let's begin by taking a look and listen to new sound that has come from kenneth bay. >> i also want to thank president obama and all the people at the state department for working tirelessly hard to get me relaeased as well. i want to thank the north korean government that allowed me to come home and be united with our f
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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 14, 2017 3:00am PDT
missile technologies and china opposes north korea's launch that violate rel vent unsc resolutions. often they ignore these missile tests but hard to ignore when you have all of these world leader from the region in china today. certainly they appear to be ignoring the pleas of china to stop the nuclear program and the missile test. though president trump has repeatedly said that china hold the key to the north korea situation, it appears china is not able to do much at this point. >> thank you all so much. >>> we are joined by a national security analyst and former assistant secretary of the state department for homeland security. >> we know that this flew higher and closer to russia than any previous test. with that said, what does it say about north korean capability? >> well, we actually don't specifically know now just to make that clear. it's not entire clearly from norad perspective what missile this was. researchers and people who focus on north korea are already reporting now it may have been one of those new missiles we saw in that recent parade just a few weeks ago that
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May 31, 2015 5:00am PDT
effort for china, and the u.s. is refusing to recognize china's claims there. u.s. secretary of defense, ash carter, had stern words for china on saturday and called for a immediate and lasting halt to china's land reclamation in the sea. >> there should be no mistake, united states will fly, sail, and operate wherever international law allows, as u.s. forces do all over the world. america, alongside its allies and partners in the regional architecture will not be detoured from exercising these rights, the rights of all nations. after all, turning an underwater rock into an airfield simply does not afford the rights of sovereignty or permit restrictions in international air or merit time transit. >> tphaochina is raising concer that it's trying to militarize the area. >>> five prisoners swapped for bergdahl may be traveling today, and authorities in the u.s. and qatar are scrambling to prevent this from happening. i'm reworking the menu. veggies you're cool... mayo, corn dogs... you are so out of here! ahh... the complete balanced nutrition of great tasting ensure. with nine grams of pr
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Aug 6, 2017 3:00am PDT
the next hour we know he is meeting one-on-one with his counterpart from china, this after the u.n. slapped harsh new sanctions on north korea over its missile tests. >> it could cost a billion dollars in exporting annually. >> we are prepared to do whatever it takes to defend ourselves and to defend our allied, and the ball is in north korea's court. they now have to decide where they want to go from here. we hope that they will go the route of peace and security. >>> plus, president trump was on twitter on the north korea sanctions after a golf outing at his new jersey resort. he wrote the following. let's bring in errol louis, cnn political commentator and julian zeleny cnn political analyst and historian at princeton university and lieutenant general mark hertling. good morning to you will. julian, put into context the getting a unanimous vote on these sanctions from the u.s. security council for us. >> this was a very important step and highlights both the severity of the cries that many people feel and ambassador haley very successful diplomatic skills that she has shown. thi
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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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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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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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Jan 1, 2017 4:00am PST
. has had some discussions with china bilaterally, for example, that do talk to infrastructure but there obviously now is a need to do more. so i think the time is right for that. but there's one caveat to that, victor, and if i may, that caveat is, you know, the united states has tremendous capability and your users and i know cnn reported on this in the past. >> yes. >> a virus called stucks net, another one called flame, information is gathered that benefit countries like the united states. they're probably state sponsored. so with we do a treaty we want to make sure that we don't negate our capabilities to conduct this type of cyber reconnaissance of foes in the future. >> you don't want to tie the hands of the intelligence community. very quickly before i let you go, what you mentioned may be what the terror advisor may go after. let me put up his quote taking the position that we must work towards a cyber doctrine that reflects the free market, the benefits of free and fair trade and the fundamental principles of liberty. he's worked on this bill for some time. vladimir putin
CNN
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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Dec 21, 2014 3:00am PST
china for help. >> north korea threatened serious consequences if they continue to tie the communist country to the attack. h cyber hackers are out with a new message for the fbi. i want to bring in our reporter to talk about this. what can you tell us about the new message from the hackers to the fbi? what are they saying? >> well, it's in broken english. the message is really clear. it is essentially a thinly veiled threat to the fbi that if they move forward with this investigation, there will be a gift waiting for them. i believe we have a graphic that i'll read to what you the actual quote is. part of the broken english here. this is how they sent it. the result of investigation by fbi is so excellent that you might have seen what we were doing with your own eye. we congratulate you success. fbi is the best in the world. you will find the gift for fbi at the following address. enjoy. now what is interesting about this investigation now is the focus is shifting from inside the borders of north korea to north korea's neighbor and benefactor, china. the average north korean doesn't
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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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Dec 18, 2016 3:00am PST
some of the complex policy issues that awaits him when he takes office. he didn't mention china, russia. despite the u.s. relationship becoming a growing situation for the incoming trump administration. instead 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 current first lady, michelle obama, for an interview she recently gave to oprah winfrey where she suggested that a sizeable part of the country lacks hope because of trump's 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. 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 made th
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Apr 16, 2017 3:00am PDT
diplomat and i think you'll see the administration continue to press china to do more to exert its leverage over north korea which the administration believes it has to stop it moving on to a bigger step. in other words, a nuclear test or potentially the test of a ballistic missile. >> if it is, what is the political value, the win here for the administration? >> i don't think there is necessarily a political win to the administration other than the fact that it was not worse. this is a crisis that is going to get much more challenging for the administration. at the end of the day, it appears that the north koreans have made a decision that pursuit of nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them is something that can safeguard the regime and why at the end of the day, it's a very, very difficult question. do we get to a point where north korea has the a nuclear weapon it can package on a missile and potentially deliver it to the west coast of the united states? that is a situation i think no american president could tolerate and that is the point this get very dangerous. the quest
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Mar 2, 2014 3:00am PST
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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 20, 2015 5:00am PST
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Jul 2, 2017 3:00am PDT
calls with the leader of china and japan. no word on specifics that they will discuss but it comes after the president declared america's patience with north korea, quote, is over. >> with the campaign promise to repeal and replace obamacare impasse in the senate the white house is working through the weekend putting calls into lawmakers. the question is can he strike a deal? >> the president's renewed attack on the media came with two tv news hosts. here is ryan nobles. >> reporter: the president of the united states starred his weekend off by continuing his feud with the hosts of msnbc "morning joe" joe scarborough and mika brzezinski. he tweeted the following. this feud continues to distract from his agenda. this as he has an important week in front of him. a week that involves a trip to europe for the important g20 summit and continuing negotiations over health care. we know republicans are trying to come up with some sort of a deal that will appeal them to repeal and replace obamacare. this is separate from a replacement. still the president is involved in those negotiations.
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Nov 29, 2015 3:00am PST
currentlily among the biggest emitters of carbon dioxide. china is one of those countries. this is about having dialogue about what could lead to a strong and solid ambitious deal that would see countries curbing their co2 emissions to meet the stated goal of this conference which is keeping temperatures below 2 degrees celsius. meeting that specific goal isn't likely but they can get some sort of brainwork in place and something constructive and something that drives forward from here and result in more solid ambitious targets and aspirations in the future. >> you mentioned china. we know that president obama is meeting with china's president. as you mentioned, they are two of the strongest emitters. wondering if an agreement here on this subject specifically could lead to other talks with china, specifically about isis? with we know that the chinese government was furious recently at isis' execution of two of their citizens. >> reporter: it's interesting in that climate change in particular is an issue that the united states and china have been working upon increasingly constructively.
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Dec 20, 2015 3:00am PST
respect to my own husband, i probably will still pick the flowers and china for state dinners and stuff like that, but i will certainly turn to him as prior presidents have for special missions, for advice, and, in particular, how we are going to get the economy working again for everybody, which he knows a little bit about. >> how much of that rings true? do we really expect that the would-be president would still be picking out flowers for the state dinner? >> this is so interesting, victo victor, because last night that got a lot of reaction good and bad on twitter and a lot of my own progressive girlfriends were sort of upset about that answer. my reaction was, so what? ! this is a woman if she becomes president will be so competent in her competence she will be able to take care of china and pick out the china. >> well done there, well done. >> thank you. i think it was one of those lighter moments that underscores that you know what? she is just like everybody else in a sense, right? this is something that she joys. >> i think we heard have heard in 2008 hillary clinton pick
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Apr 23, 2017 4:00am PDT
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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of illegally entering north korea from china. cnn is getting access to two other south koreans jailed. we will talk about that coming up. >>> two men, both black, both die in the custody of police officers this morning. the family of eric garner is demanding justice after officers are charged in the death of freddie gray. our cnn investigation is next. stay close. [phone rings] [man] hello,totten designs. sales department? yes...i can put you right through. sales department-this is nate. human resources. technical support. hold please. [announcer]you work hard to grow your business. [man] yes!i can totally do that for you. [announcer]our new online business planning tools will help your business thrive. wells fargo.together we'll go far. meet thsuperpower.ewest energy surprised? in fact, america is now the world's number one natural gas producer... and we could soon become number one in oil. because hydraulic fracturing technology is safely recovering lots more oil and natural gas. supporting millions of new jobs. billions in tax revenue... and a new century of american energy securit
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about victor, but some of soccer's biggest fans are in china and with that time difference, they're watching in a unique way, right? >> yes, it's not called world cup fever for nothing. many of them called in sick so many thousands of chinese because of the time difference, so the first game, the opening game on thursday was 4:00 a.m., so what better to do but call in sick so you need a note. they went online to certain websites in china where you can get a fake doctor's note that looks very legit even with a hospital stamp so the websites were crashed, but many people managed to get their sick notes and that is the reality of watching the world cup and making it so important in your life that you're even prepared to go online and get a fake doctor's note. >> i'd like to know how many of those notes were accepted. >> exactly. we won't need a sick note tomorrow. the u.s. game versus ghana is at 6:00 p.m. eastern time so you'll be happy to know. of course we say to team usa [ speaking in foreign language ] in portuguese and to usa obligado >> good luck with all of that. we are pulling
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states finished the day with five total medals, tying japan and china for the most. speaking of china, after missing their first five shots the u.s. men's basketball team was dominant until the final buzzer. that 57-point deficit was the largest for the usa since 1992 when they beat angola by 68. carmelo anthony marked yet another career milestone, playing in his 24th game. he now ties lebron james and david robinson for the most olympic games played for team usa. and all eyes on the women's gymnastics teams as they go for the gold later today. simone biles leads team usa. that 19-year-old is expected to win five gold medals. the overwhelming favorite to be the breakout star of the rio olympics. >> that's a lot of pressure. they're expecting me to win five. like one -- >> but five. >> they're up to it. we're proud of them even if they don't bring home five. >> amen. >>> here's a question that the clinton campaign of course is asking. can they turn a traditionally red state, ruby red in recent elections, to blue? hillary clinton/donald trump battling over georgia. what democrats are ho
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searched in the south china sea and then the malaysian government said we saw the plane go up and around indonesia. that really delayed the search. people might remember they also thought they had pings in one area of the search and it turned out not to be pings at all, it was the wrong frequency. so there are a lot of missteps. and the pinger batteries might not have made a difference in the long run anyway, but they shouldn't ever be allowed to be expired. >> interesting what this report is saying and not saying. officials say the pilot and the crew showed no unusual signs of stress. does that rule out, for example, true pilot error or pilot suicide? >> well, i think it does because you need to have evidence of a crime if you're saying a crime was committed, and right now there's no evidence of any crime. there's no evidence of pilot suicide. there's no evidence of sabotage or hijacking. there just simply isn't any criminal evidence to be following criminal leads which, of course, brings the search back to the possibility of a mechanical failure or catastrophic failure. for those we kn
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china and many other countries that are still waiting to learn what happened to their loved ones on flight 370. >>> we'll come back to you for more. >> the pilot said he wanted to change the altitude quickly because of bad weather. then the plane went missing. what does this say to you? >> there are a lot of clues coming out. first and foremost, the bad weather and so many tragic air accidents, weather plays a role. here we know that because the pilot reported it. there is information coming out now on how it was lost on the radar. at 6:16, it was on the radar. on 6:17, it was not. and then it lost radio contact. what is interesting is it -- it is interesting that in 447, the plane was cooling down. and it's an interesting thing in airbus does. an airbus tries to save itself. seen it will cool down on necessary functions to keep the plane aloft. and looking at the weather radar on the winds, it had really strong winds. this plane would have had a tail wind which would have harmed the air speed, would have caused some air speed deterioration. so there is a lot of factors going on tha
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. tempur-pedic. this sleep is power. >>> china's foreign minister says the u.s. should take a, quote, cool-headed approach, when it comes to north korea. >> and that is when the north korea state media reported a new test. joining us live from beijing with more on the test is cnn international correspondent, will ripley. what is this all about as far as this new engine? >> hi, martin. we believe this announcement may have been in done to coincide with tillerson and chinese, and it shows the nation keeps moving closer to their ultimate goal of a tip that can reach the united states, and if you look at the range right now they have a long range, up to more than 6,200 miles, and what north korea is doing is they are perfecting this technology because they are moving from liquid fuel to solid fuel which allows these things to be rolled out and launch with little notice, which is why the united states is in the process of bringing components into south korea of the system where you have the launcher on the ground to shoot missiles out of the sky, and the system can be overcome by multiple balli
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different. last year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. >>> you're awake! we are glad to see it. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. president trump signed an executive order allowing religious organizations to become more politically active. >> religious experts say the order doesn't actually do anything citing that congressional action would be needed to make any real change. what exactly is this new policy all about? cnn correspondent rene marsh clues us in here. >> this financial threat against the faith community is over. no one should be sensoring sermons or targeting pastors. >> reporter: under the federal tax code, the johnson amendment says the irs can investigate churches and they can potentially lose tax exempt status if they engage in politic. trump's executive order intends to weaken that law but only congress ca
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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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chinese cruise ship disaster, listen to this, it's now 431. this comes from china's official news agency who also reports that as of now 11 people are still unaccounted for this morning. and a teen duo known as the modern day bonnie and clyde, they are in custody. the two allegedly stole a truck and shotgun shells in multi-state crime sprees here after a week on the lam, cops in west virginia caught the wanted 15 and 16-year-olds. you see it right there. >>> police are now searching for two dangerous men. we've been following this story all morning. these inmates made a pretty daring escape from a new york prison. how they pulled off this mind-boggling escape, as much as we know about it and the efforts to find them. plus, as president obama and world leaders get ready to tackle some major global problems like rush aggression in the ukraine, we'll take a more in-depth look at how they can work towards a possible solution. >> isaiah austin is blind in his right eye to due to a detached retina he suffered as a teenager but that doesn't stop him from dominating the court as a baylor
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. liu was just 12 years old when his parents immigrated to the united states from china. and today's funeral will combine traditions from his chinese heritage as well as traditions among the nypd. i want to show you the scene yesterday. mourners gathered for a ceremonial burning of paper and money. this is a way to pay it forward to the disceased. we're so appreciative to have you here. thank you for being here. i'm wondering and we're so sorry to all of you because i know that as a fellow police officer, you feel this loss deeply. help us understand what it's like for you and for the force to be at today's services. >> well, as a recently retired detective with the nypd, i just retired in february. i did 29 1/2 years. when it tragedy happened, it was like losing a family member. it just really hurts and it's overwhelming. i read there are 20 officers from los angeles police department there to support you and one of them was quoted as saying we're not here for politics, we're here solely for the liu family and the nypd brothers and sisters. what it is like to see them come in for th
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scenarios. i want to also mention to you the news coming in from china, that very sad news. two 16-year-old students from china are the two people who died in this crash, and their names ye mengyuan and wang lingia. so, we now know the names of the two people killed in this crash. they are 16 years old, from china and they are students. so, very sad news and our prayers go out to their families as well. and obviously, here in the bay area, there are still many, many people being treated for injuries ranging from cuts and bruises and broken bones to spinal injuries to critical internal injuries, pamela. >> quite a range there. we heard san francisco's fire chief saying that when first responders got to the scene, there were actually passengers coming out of the water. do we know, sara, if those passengers were trying to douse themselves because of chemical exposure, perhaps, or flames? >> burns? >> do we know why? >> reporter: we don't know that yet. we can only assume, and there was an assumption made by the san francisco fire chief who made that statement, that some of the passengers that
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completed, india will be the fourth to visit the red planet. the fact that india beat china to it will be celebrated by many here. back to you, christi. >> want to go to cairo now where mohamed morsi gets underway tomorrow. morsi is accused of inciting violence. >> the first democratically elected president, mohamed morsi, will stand trial on monday. this trial will be more procedural. this is the first time we expect to see the ex-president since he was ousted in a coup last july. morsi who is backed by the muslim brotherhood will stand trial on his charges of the violence around the palace. if convicted he faces life in prison or execution. >>> now to johannesburg. a long walk to freedom. it details nelson mandela's life. arwa is there. >> to say that south africans are highly anticipating the premiere of "long walk to freedom," that would be an underestimate. mandela sold the rights to his biography since he was in prison, so people have been waiting to see this for decades, and however, sadly, nelson mandela himself, he does remain in critical but stable condition. he continues to be
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death toll, i'm sorry, to tell you is rising in that cruise ship disaster in china. we'll let you know what we've known this morning. american pharoah, watched him made history when he took the coveted triple crown. here's what a lot of people have been asking. can this win save a sport that's opinion in decline? ah, the usual. moved some new cars. hauled a bunch of steel. kept the supermarket shelves stocked. made sure everyone got their latest gadgets. what's up for the next shift? ah, nothing much. just keeping the lights on. (laugh) nice. doing the big things that move an economy. see you tomorrow, mac. see you tomorrow, sam. just another day at norfolk southern. what do a nasca comedian... and a professional golfer have in common? we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® has also been proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xa
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word and actions in china. as you know china has moved several forces, several divisions, it's estimated, to the northern border of north korea, as well as the u.s. influence with the carrier battle group off the coast of korea. he is not deterred at all and he will continue to test and he will continue to look upon these provocationses as just another measure that he has to improve his capabilities to counter the rest of the world and their feelings on him. >> yeah. i want to talk about the fact that they are likely not deterred in a second. isn't there a bit of embarrassment here? i mean, you have this parade and then you do this test launch and then it fails? >> you would certainly think so. but as will just said, his people don't know about this. so all they know about is this wonderful parade they just had that they had gobs of north korean newsmen covering and spattered all over north korea nets and televisions and newspapers. they don't know about this failed launch. there have been failed launches in the past and many of the south korea see this as a failed missile laun
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, described by some around the neighborhood as quiet and in love. his parents are from china and according to media reports, he was their only son. one friend of liu's summed up his passion for police work in "the new york times." "i know that being a cop is dangerous, but i must do it. if i don't do it and you don't do it, then who is going to do it?" randi kaye, cnn, new york. >>> officer liu was just 12 years old when his parents came to the united states from china. today's funeral services will combine traditions from the chinese heritage including buddhist monks. mourners gathered for burning of paper and money, trhe traditiona way to pay forward. bill bratton requested that police officers show respect despite on going anger toward mayor deblasio. police turned their backs on the mayor two weeks ago during the funeral for officer ramos. tom, you've attended these ceremonies. with so many people there often logistgistics can get in the wa the mood, the message. what it is like? tell us what that experience is like. >> victor, it's usually pretty emotional and especially, yo
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. >>> number three, china has successfully landed its newest spacecraft on the moon. it's the first lunar landing in more than 30 years. and it makes china the third country to ever touch down on the moon's surface. this six-wheeled rover named jade rabbit, which the people of china have decided, that would be the name, it's suspected to study the lunar environment for at least three months. >>> and number four, a headsup here. if you use fedex to send a gift this holiday season, you might want to check its status. the company says this weekend's snow and strong winds have caused major disruptions at its memphis hub. fedex is urging customers to visit fedex.com for updates. >>> and number five, let's talk about that snow. the northeast is getting walloped by winter weather this weekend. buffalo, in upstate new york, 7 inches of snow saturday. central park got 5 inches there in manhattan. and before we head back to work, new england could see 18 inches. wow. >>> jennifer grey is here with the forecast. jennifer, how much and when is this going to end? >> the good news is, it is pushing out
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into his waistband instead. that incident's been investigated. >>> from china to japan to right here in the u.s. in texas, earthquakes are rattling buildings and a whole lot of nerves. they're all hit within hours of each other yesterday. there are no reports of injuries from last night's 3.3 magnitude quake in dallas in a suburb there, but in china's sichuan province, people ran into the streets in a panic when a 5.9 magnitude quake struck there. four people were killed. dozens were injured. now, in central japan, rescue teams searched crumbled homes looking for anyone trapped inside. the powerful quake there injured dozens of people at a ski resort. cnn's meteorologist jennifer gray joins us now. is it unusual to have these quakes? >> no, not at all. we've seen earthquakes due to fracking and natural gas drilling. in japan and china, they're located along the ring of fire. that's where 90% of the world's earthquakes happen and 75% to 80% of the large ones. in fact, there's over a million earthquakes every year. not normal at all. of course, unfortunate but it's not unusual to see t
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