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Aug 13, 2017 10:00am EDT
on china to reign in north korea over its recent missile tests. here's a look at the relationship between the two countries. >> reporter: the bridge connecting it to china, the lifeline. more than three quarters of trade of whith the regime passe here. while severe united nations sanctions could slash one-third of the revenue at the choke point, its single lane bridge, it's business as usual. it's normal to trade with north korea says this business owner, there's nothing to fear. but these days tension is running high. deep suspicion of foreign journalists forced us to keep a low profile. as north korea's and trading partner china's pressure is crucial, though sanctions alone never work. >> china's priority has always been stability and remaining a buffer zone, so china does not want to fully implement sanctions or cut off trade completely with north korea. >> north korea is less a threat and more an attraction, and boat tours get closer to look at north koreans and how far china has come. >> reporter: the river separates the two by more than just geography, and on one hand china,
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Jun 5, 2015 6:00am EDT
hacked. the culprit perhaps china. we're learning how the government is scrambling to contain this breach. >>> and plus the rain is lingering this morning. storm team 4 radar showing some showers across our area at this hour, but will we be seeing something we have not seen in a while? quite possibly the sun. all smiles, tom. >> yeah a bright spot in the sky, sunshine breaking out by later this afternoon. but not this morning. we have some clouds around and those clouds are producing a little bit of mist, a little sprinkle, drizzle. right now around the metro area and much of maryland, virginia, even into west virginia as the low clouds continue to cruise in from the east. and this area in green getting some light sprinkles, montgomery, howard, prince george's and loudoun and down toward stafford and spotsylvania and fauquier. southern maryland too, eastern shore, getting some sprinkles this morning. temperatures are in the 50s to near 60 degrees. so another very cool morning. dress accordingly. you will need a light jacket and the umbrella for this morning, then during the afterno
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Dec 4, 2016 10:00am EST
trump's phone call with taiwan's raising hopes of taiwanese will work with them. china's foreign minister called eight small trick by taiwan. the u.s. and taiwan are friendly but unofficial relationship was china considers taiwan an outlaw province. the u.s. and taiwan are friendly but unofficial relationship because china considers taiwan an outlaw province. you can bet that phone call will be a topic on "meet the press." vice president elect mike pence with a preview for us. >>> "saturday night live" taking shots of donald trump's love for tweeting. >> add more fire. the cold open of the show featured alec baldwin as donald trump repeatedly losing focus at a security briefing and retweeting. >> i'm sorry. you know i love to tweet. see my new profile picture, skull with big guns through the head and the word infidel above it. >> that's psycho. >> oh, i just got retweeted. you're only going to attract psychos. >> i just got retweeted. >> by who? >> oops i did it again. >> trufr immediately took to twit to criticize the sketch. just tried watching "saturday night live," unwatchabl
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Aug 3, 2014 9:00am EDT
throw trash out of car windows. >>> we are getting word of a major earthquake in china. we are hearing that 150 people have been killed. we're going to get you the latest on this breaking news right after the break. >>> also coming up, it was supposed to be the event of a life time. we'll tell you how some at this wedding party ended up in life vests on top of their fancy suits and dresses. amelia? >>> david, a high temperature today of 84 degrees. warmer tomorrow. just how much warmer as you head back to work? i'll have your sun forecast and what you can expect for the work week as well. we showed people a survey that stacked fios up against comcast. what's it like paying for internet rated 6 out of 7 in customer satisfaction? not good, it's not the best. no, it's not fun. look at it this way, you're kind of on top. if i was like this, all day. switch from the bottom to the top and see why millions of satisfied customers have made fios #1. sign up for a verizon fios triple play online with a 2-year agreement and get an amazing $400 back plus a free lg g tablet or up to $200 off any ta
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Feb 11, 2017 9:00am EST
part of a breeding agreement between the zoo and china, the panda will actually leave on february 21st. >>> we welcome you back in on this saturday morning. i'm adam culver. >> and i'm angie goff. i don't know if this is a verified account, but bao bao is on the twitter -- >> what is she tweeting? >> getting ready for her party and excited for her ice cake. >> may face a challenge out there this morning. we've got tom kierein. is it going to melt as soon as she gets it? >> right. because it is getting above freezing around the region. got the sunshine out here in northwest washington. when you're away from your tv you can track the latest storm team 4 forecast with the nbc washington app. there's the sky over washington now. and the tower camera looking toward bethesda off in the distance. what to wear today? dress like me. a warm jacket now. and you'll need gloves too. it's still pretty cold. but then during the afternoon you'll be comfortable in just long sleeves. you'll need your sunglasses. hour-by-hour temperatures into a near 60 degrees by mid-afternoon. does look like even
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Aug 13, 2017 9:00am EDT
long expected initiative into china's trade practices. >> and they are calling on china to do more to reign in north korea over recent missile tests. we have a look at the relationship between the two countries. >> reporter: north korea's economic lifeline, the bridge connecting it to china. more than three quarters of trade with the regime passes here. in dangdong china, trucks load and line streets and then cross to the other side, with building supplies and cement and heavy equipment. while sanctions could slash one-third of north korea's revenue. it's normal to trade with north korea, says this business owner. there's nothing to fear. but these days tension is running high. deep suspicion of foreign journalists forced us to keep a low profile. china's pressure is crucial, though sanctions alone never worked. >> china does not want to fully implement sanctions or cut off trade completely with north korea. >> in dangdong, north korea is less a threat and more an attraction. boat tours get closer to look at north koreans and how far china has come. >> the river separates the two by m
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Jul 12, 2015 10:00am EDT
damage now from the typhoon in southeaster china heavy rain left villages stranded. right here, you can see them helping the man to safety. air, rail, boat transportation are back up and running after china shut it down ahead of the typhoon. >>> so nice today that we're starting off beautiful with more great weather ahead. >> sure are. our friends in china there, they have a real problem coming. another major typhoon is coming. el nino is at near record strength across the pacific, so it could be on the list for being a devastating typhoon season for southeastern asia. it will be very bad news for them. a string of disturbances promise very unsettled weather for the next several weeks in that part of the world and for us, all is quiet around here today. it will stay that way for the remainder of the sunday. you can be outside without much of a concern. weather wise anyhow. you will need to is put your spf on 30 or higher today to protect you from the strong rays of the sunshine. even though we have some clouds out there, more than enough radiation will burn you on a day like this. 81 at
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Feb 18, 2017 9:00am EST
direct flight to china where she'd permanently live. and derrick ward is live at the national zoo back on the bao bao beat. >> reporter: you know, like you said i feel attached to this panda. but it's not too sad a thing because bao bao is going back to china to fulfill his -- i guess you can say responsibility to the species. but this is the last weekend to see arguably washington's favorite baby bear bao bao. about four years old the agreement says the pandas do go to china. that is to help keep diversity in the species. because there are only about 1500 of them worldwide. something you need to know. on wednesday when bao bao ships out, the national zoo will be closed from 8:00 a.m. until g up and shipping and getting bao bao on his way for that 16-hour flight. and we are told that bao bao's mom now may be -- they expect maybe she will breed once more and then she'll be pretty much at the end of that period of her life. but for now it's a good time to come down. at 10:00 they're going to give bao bao an ice cake decorated with hearts. so a lot of people coming here to say good-bye to
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Jun 5, 2015 5:00am EDT
breached in all of this and china is suspected of being behind the hack. now, the hackers broke into the computer data system for the office of personnel management, opm. personal information including names and social security numbers and birth dates may have been compromised in this. opm approved the security clearances, although a u.s. official tells nbc news it's not a worst case scenario, where identities of covert agents were revealed. federal employees though who were potentially affected in this will be notified and they're going to have access to identity theft information. they're also being advised to keep very close tabs on their personal accounts. banking accounts, other types of financial accounts just to make sure there is no activity occurring without their authorization. meanwhile, china is denying any involvement. they say that the allegations are irresponsible. back to you in the studio. >> megan mcgrath, thank you. >>> coming up on four minutes after the hour right now. friends and family will pay that are last respects to a local reporter killed on her way home from
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Feb 19, 2017 10:00am EST
leaving for china this week. it's going to be her forever home. >> bao bao's first home in d.c. is proud to have watched her grow. >> reporter some just aren't ready. >> come back to washington, d.c. >> reporter: but the giant panda has to go. she's leaving the national zoo for her new home in china in two days. >> the main emotion right now is just heartbreaking that our little girl is leaving us. >> reporter: leslie johnson and anne lane whit are almost in tears. >> when i was 3, my mom and dad bought me a stuffed panda here. >> reporter: bao bao has grown up before our eyes, from that stick of butter to her very first birthday, and the second and third. but soon bao bao will be 4. that means it's time to go. >> we know she's going to go to china and hopefully have little bao baos or little bao bao junior, little babies, and fulfill her destiny of becoming a mom. >> reporter: it's a 16-hour direct flight. bao bao will ride in a crate she's been getting used to at the zoo. no sedation, just food and her zookeeper. >> we're going to be taking 50 pounds of bamboo, we're going to be
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Feb 11, 2017 8:30am EST
the national zoo will be headed to her forever home in china. >> but before she leaves in two weeks, the national zoo is making sure she knows just how adored she's been here. derrick ward is live at the zoo where there's plans for a private celebration today for bao bao? >> reporter: indeed it. will be bao bao and a few of her closest hundred friends. she actually doesn't leave until the 21st. but folks are lining up now to say special good-byes. these are friends of the national zoo. take a look at the panda cam a panda hiding behind a tree there. i'm not sure if that's bao bao or not. but she is the panda of the hour. she was born back in 2013. and of course she's approaching 4 years old which is about the time pandas born in the u.s. are sent to china to breed. and that will help keep the captive population diversified genetically. it's a sad time and happy time here. friends of the national zoo today are having a special good-bye ceremony. with me now is the executive director of the friends of the national zoo. what are these folks going to be doing today? >> we're expecting 2
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Feb 20, 2013 5:00am EST
are also following a developing story over seas. china denying allegations its military has been spying on american companies for years. this all stems from a report by a virginia cyber security firm. according to that report a secret military unit headquartered in this shanghai facility has been hacking and stealing data from more than 140 companies and organizations through the internet. we've just heard -- rather read a statement from china's defense ministry. it claims that china is also a victim in the story. it says the addresses linking the cyber attacks to that facility may have been hijacked. >>> the post office is dressing up its plans for survival. how it could change the way you get dressed. >>> also ahead this morning, struggling to get motivated this morning and get to the gym. why your genetics may be to blame. >> the warning from local leaders as the threat of federal massive budget cuts grows. >>> be ready for a blast of winter this morning. when things might warm up. weather and traffic on the 1s coming up. it's 5:07 right now. >>> the u.s. postal service says i
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Mar 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
china. mrs. obama will meet with the first lady of china to focus on education. the two will talk to american and chinese university students. mrs. obama will also bring along her daughters as well as her mother, marian robinson. they will travel to several chinese cities including beijing this their week-long trip. >>> a d.c. council committee could vote today on a plan to protect homeowners who have fallen behind on their taxes. the legislation would ban the city from selling liens on homes whose owners owe less than $2,500. homeowners when owe less than $7,500 would get an additional year to pay before liens were sold. homeowners who lose their homes to foreclosure would also have a chance to keep most of their equity. >>> people in montgomery county left on hold when they needed help during last month's snowstorm. why the phones couldn't keep up. >>> and looking for answers in the disappearance of the missing malaysia flight. the specific data on a few passengers investigators are still waiting for now. >>> plus, we're hovering above freezing now. we'll take you through how high
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Apr 22, 2017 8:00am EDT
upping the pressure on north korea but said china needs to do more. and also said that if china doesn't succeed here, the u.s. and its allies will, saying all options are on the table including military action. in north korea, a gas me i dopy. it is not sure if the gas shortage is because of china restricting oil to the country. "uss vincent" is due in the region within a matter of days according to the vice president. here in south korea, the military is on alert. it is apparently on alert in china as well over the government disputing that. and north korea threatening again a great war of justice. craig? >> kelly co you. >>> turning to politics here in the united states now, president trump has a lot on his plate promising a massive tax cut and will also try to revive the effort to repeal obamacare and dealing with the possibility of a government shutdown. all within the coming week. nbc's kelly o'donnell is live at the white house. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, craig. buckle up, it's going to be a busy one. and the white house is trying to do two things when
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Feb 6, 2015 4:30am EST
vehicle starters. >>> millions of virginians being warned to protect your identity. why you may have china hacker torss to blame. >>> and you don't want to go outside w ♪ ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing really good around ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ ♪ every now and then i get a little bit tired ♪ ♪ of living off the taste of the air ♪ ♪ turn around, barry ♪ ♪ finally, i have a manly chocolatey snack ♪ ♪ and fiber so my wife won't give me any more flack ♪ ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> today we're waiting to learn about the latest job numbers for january. it's a key indicator on the state of our economy. financial experts say the cold weather and plunging oil prices are not helping the nation's financial recovery. 9 unemployment rate is expected to hold steady at just over 5%. >>> pope francis will make an unpresscedented address to congress. he's scheduled to be in d.c. this accepts. john boehner confirmed the pope formally accepted an invitation the speaker extended last year. tell
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Feb 27, 2015 4:30am EST
china looking for people that fell into the water after their boat capsized off the coast of mocau which is near china. there were 19 people on board the boat when it capsized. 15 are missing. the people are believed to be illegal immigrants part of a human smuggling operation. >>> 4:48 now. today all eyes are on jeb bush at a high profile gathering of conservatives. take a look. this is an idea of his star power. bush joins a big pool of potential republican candidates at the conservative political action conference. governor scott the walker governor chris christie senator ted cruz and others spoke yesterday. bush is expected to play up his conservative credentials as he competes for attention with senator rand paul and governor rick perry. >>> let's stop whining. it's hard to understand you. >>> the maryland 911 dispatcher who told the teenage girl to stop whooinining is now out of a job. the 13-year-old girl called for help for her dying father on february 1st. she had trouble staying calm. her father was rick warrick. he and his fiance were hit by a car while changing a tire o
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Sep 24, 2013 4:30am EDT
response this morning from china. officials posted online a list of items that they won't export to its ally. it includes materials in the nuclear and chemical fields. that's the latest from the live desk. aaron, over to you. >>> 15 minutes before the hour. there is reason to be optimistic that we could avoid a shutdown. they say they will not vote to block legislation that will prevent a shutdown. the house passed the bill last week. texas senator ted cruz has said he's prepared to filibuster even if it means a government shutdown. >>> president obama will defend his health care law today. he'll highlight some of the law's benefits alongside former president bill clinton. the white house says he'll speak about the issue again thursday at a community college in maryland. >>> today maryland's attorney general will enter the fray to become the next state governor. doug gensler will enter his bid in rockville. it will take him to 16 different towns. gensler gave a preview of his message last thursday when he released this on youtube. the race already includes anthony brown and heather
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Aug 15, 2015 8:30am EDT
originated in china. the university tells us no personal information was taken. >>> a nitty gritty diplomacy battle will pick up between cuba and the united states. this morning, there's a symbol of hope in savannah. the american flag flying for the first time in 54 years. secretary of state, john kerry says the u.s. wants money for american property that was seized when castro took over. they want compensation for damages caused by the american embargo. >>> decision 2016 picks up in the hawkeye state. nbcs kurt gregory is there with the latest. >> therefore you go. >> reporter: besides it corn dogs and carnival rides, candidates for president are a draw at the iowa fair. they are flipping burgers, shaking hands and wooing voters. >> i hear we need new leadership and ability to get something done. >> jeb bush dropped a corn kernel in his own jar. >> we'll find out later. this is a long haul. >> reporter: he hammered hillary. >> clinton doesn't have integrity and can't tell the truth. if she's not doing anything wrong, be honest about it and show. >> reporter: clinton is in iowa wit
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Dec 18, 2016 10:00am EST
family was displaced. >>> new developments in the case of a seized u.s. drone. china says they'll return the underwater drone it took in the south china sea on thursday. the nation says it took it so ships could safely pass. the drone was being used to collect unscientific data. president-elect donald trump tweeted the u.s. should let china keep it much not cure if trump's tweet will change the agreement. the u.n. security council expected to vote today on a resolution demanding immediate and unconditional access for the united nations and its partners to parts of alepo aimed at delivering humanitarian aid to civilians still trapped there. this comes as a new deal is being negotiated to control rebel held areas in east alepo after ground evacuations ground to a halt on friday. >>> donald trump is waking up at his estate in florida this morning. yesterday he visited mobile, alabama, to mark the last stop of his thank you tour. this is the same place, the same site he drew the biggest crowds during the campaign. he says it's where it all began. he thanks the people of the south for
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Oct 1, 2014 4:30am EDT
>>> i'm richard jordan at the live desk. in china, celebratn are under way as that nation marks the founding of the people's republic of china. but not everyone is celebrating. protests still continue. these are pictures from hong kong where the crowd still going strong now into a sixth day, protesters there angry that the government is limiting voters choices in the upcoming 2017 leadership election. those crowds have brought large sections of the area to a standstill, businesses closing, banks also closing. in some cases, the protesting has gotten violent police using tear gas to subdue the crowd. the chinese government is limiting the exposure of these protests to other parts of the couny beyd hong kong to try to make sure that these protests do not spread. that's why you're seeing celebrations today on this national holiday in china and other cities like beijing. you have the protests still ongoing in places like hong kong. that's the latest from the live desk, guys? >> richard, thank you. searching for a gunman. the security measures being taken in the day ahead to make sure st
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Jun 7, 2013 6:00am EDT
is in california for a two day summit with the president of china. it is the last stop for the chinese president. the two presidents will meet to discuss a wide range of issues. this is the first time the two have met since he became the president of china in march. >> credit card companies provide information to the nsa on top of the internet and phone monitoring we knew about. some members of congress say the programs may have saved lives. >> it doesn't bother me one bit for the national security administration to have my phone number. they are trying to find out lwh is calling. there are new plans to build a new sandy hook elementary. >> the damage already done. >> we have heavy downpours coming south of washington right near southern maryland. that is advancing toward the north. could get heary at times this afternoon. traffic alert. traffic alert. we are k ♪ (announcer) friskies. now serving breakfast. >>> two men are back home this morning after their boat cap sized. they were pulled to safety no word if they were hurt. >> at least three twisters believed to have been s
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Oct 8, 2012 5:00am EDT
seven million more. and expanding trade, cracking down on china, and improving job training takes us to over 12 million new jobs. i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message. >>> kate middleton is facing one of her busiest weeks ahead as she prepares for more that happen a ha-- than a half dozen appearances. the royal couple has essentially been in hiding since she and prince william returned from the diamond jubilee tour in asia last month. it's their first public foray since topless pictures of the duchess were published. >>> 11 minutes after 5:00. i don't have any commentary to offer on that. keep it moving. live look outside for you at 46 degrees outside our studios this morning. >> feeling quite raw here. looks like we want to keep that umbrella in hand, huh, veronica? >> that's right. we've got a cold blast of air touching all of us this morning. later today in the afternoon hours, it will be wet weather touching many of us. right now 45 degrees adams morgan early here. kensington, coming in at 41. burke at 41. mt. rainier and brandywine, 43 degrees. a few showers that are tryi
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Aug 16, 2014 8:30am EDT
who blocked people in china from seeing the pope in south korea. 50 people were stopped at chinese airports earlier this week. china's central government offered no clarification on this. china and the vatican have no formal ties. they are locked in a dispute over who has a right to appoint bishops. >>> airlines are doing more to get you to stay awake during the safety demonstration. >> fasten your seat belt by the metal end. tighten by pulling the loose end of the strap. >> airlines have begun using these new dynamic videos to present their safety features of the plane. you can see here flight attendants are on taxis, tour buses, hey, they're even in the alps. their goal is for you to put down your phone and just listen. >>> well, you probably dislike this guy and didn't even know it. the creator of the original pop-up ad is saying he's sorry. ethan zuckerman says it may be time to start paying for a bit of privacy. he says free ads are losing their usefulness because most people just hit the "x." he says there should be a software costing about $5 a year. >> studies have shown th
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Jun 4, 2015 6:00am EDT
. her credentials have been revoked. >>> and we just learned the death toll in china's cruise ship disaster is up. in the last hour, rescuers recovered ten more bodies. hiking their count to 75. china says bad weather forced them to call off today's desperate cutting operation on the ship's hull. the two portions opened so far turned up no survivors. the ship turned over after a tornado hit in central china. >> molette, thank you. >>> in a few hours lawyers will tell a judge how long they need to prepare for a retrial. in the case of a man convicted of killing chandra levy. the lawyers are pushing for a new trial. they say his old cell mate lied on the witness stand and that that testimony led to his conviction. her remains were found in rock creek park one year after disappearing. >>> "the washington post" reporter held in iran heading back to court for another closed door hearing. the iranian government thinks that jason rezaian was a spy. the trial comes as the u.s. is in talks with iran over its nuclear program. some fear that if a nuclear deal is reached before this case is re
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Sep 19, 2015 6:00am EDT
yesterday. the return address, china. the recipient's nail, no one he knew. more than enough to arouse the suspicions of the former cop. he opened it to find a pink cardboard box containing a pearl necklace neither he nor his wife ordered. in a false bottom were wrapped packets of fake i.d.s, dozens of them. >> if you want a fake i.d., all you need is a group of people and only one person needs a connection. it's all about a network. >> reporter: this american university student says students are well aware of the best i.d.s come from china. they find the ads online and there are website devoted to reviewing the various card's quality. >> i got ripped off my freshman year. i sent money to somebody on the internet, along with five of my friends and lost about $300. >> reporter: other college students say the fake i.d.s from china are popular. >> the risk of getting caught isn't that high which promotes more people to buy more fake i.d.s. >> people talk about places that it's easy to use a fake i.d. >> well, investigators tell news 4 these expert fakes, usually cost about $300. officials
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Dec 3, 2016 6:00am EST
. >> a moment of silence was held as the names of each victim were held on stars. >>> china's foreign minister says a controversial phone call between donald trump and taiwan's president was a small trick by trump tweeted the president of taiwan called me today to wish me congratulations on winning the president. interesting how the u.s. sells taiwan billions of dollars of military equipment, but i should not accept congratulations. these are photos of a call that broke a decades long diplomatic tradition. but it's an unofficial relationship. the u.s. has had a one-china policy since '79. >>> the philippine president rodrigo duterte says donald trump told him he is going about his controversial fight against drugs the right way. the video here released of the philippine leader and president elect talking on the phone. this is a far different tone we see here from relations with president obama. the u.s. has raised c of drug dealers which has alleged government executions without allowing people to go to court. >>> the governor's race in virginia is firing up and it could get some nati
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Aug 11, 2013 10:00am EDT
that the concern here is that in -- in going to china and going to russia and in particular with respect to the authorities that he's meeting with in russia, i think this further compounds the problem for u.s. intelligence. and i think we have existing whistle blower capabilities here in the united states. on a regular basis, whistle blowers come forward, give information to congress, and we attempt to address those issues. going to china and going to russia was not the solution to the problem. it compounds our difficulties in the united states with respect to al-qaeda. >> congressman, senator, thank you for your time. >> thank you. >>> roundtable up next. joaquin castro and louis gohmert on obamacare and immigration. plus all kinds of action in iowa this weekend. and stumping for hillary, and donald trump, his interview on "this week". >> ted cruz, born in canada. is he eligible to be president of the united states? >> well, if he was born in canada, perhaps not. nada, perhaps not. is being streamed.music a quarter million tweeters are tweeting. and 900 million dollars are chang
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Jun 2, 2015 6:00am EDT
getting in new pictures of a rescue from a capsized cruise ships in china. rescue teams were able to get to a 65-year-old woman. there she is there. they were able to pull her from the water, put her on to a stretcher and on to a boat and bring her safely to shore. the effort continues to find more survivors. we see rescue teams on a vessel there. they are on the hull of the ship trying to listen for any signs of life and listen for any other survivors. they think that there may be people trapped there in that hull. the ship capsize ds in the yangtze river in bad weather. it may have been a cyclone. 458 people are on board. five are confirmed dead. 14 rescued. they are working in poor weather conditions now to find more survivors. >>> lawmakers are grilling amtrak's president on capitol hill today. they will be asking him about the deadly train derailment in philadelphia last month. follow us to find out what amtrak has to say at this hearing. eight people died when the northeast regional train went off the tracks. it was traveling over 100 miles an hour. >>> a frightening accident kpawr
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Nov 12, 2014 6:00am EST
protect the plant. an agreement the u.s. just made with china to give our children a healthier future. >>> the holiday shopping center made a little bit easier. >>> we're in for a big drop in temperatures. when it will start hour by hour in your weather and traffic on the 1s at 6:11. >>> welcome back at 6:09. new this morning, a major mime stone on climate change. the u.s. and china announced a big agreement to drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2030. president obama's goal is to reduce aemissions 28% by 2025. >>> 6:09 is your time right now. a lot of folks waking up this morning having to deal with some fog. >> that's right. it's not too cold out there, though. that's the good news. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is with the storm team 4 x 4 to see when that will change. i'm not ready for the cold. >> i understand you're not ready but the cold is coming. we get one more relatively mild day. that will be today. temperatures are really a big change early this morning. we have thick fog outside. washington monument, the very tip is still object scored. a
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Jul 11, 2015 6:00am EDT
. >> millions in china bracing for a second typhoon to hit the area. this time, it could be the worst in history. at devry university's keller graduate school of management. you can learn to unlock the leader inside you. so if you want to own the room not just be in it. you're our kind of different. keller graduate school of management. learn more at keller.edu this allergy season, will you be a sound sleeper, or a mouth breather. well, put on a breathe right strip and instantly open your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicines alone. so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and sleep right. breathe right. >>> we are starting off this 6:30 after hour with an update in egypt. an explosion outside the italian embassy in cairo. the explosion was caused by a car bomb. >> none of those hurt were staff members. there is damage to the building itself, the front of the building has a huge hole. bad damage. no specific group of individual claimed responsibility for the attack. >> we welcome you back to news 4 today. i'm david culver. >> good morning to you. i'm kristin wright. it's saturd
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Jun 2, 2015 4:30am EDT
on for survivors of a capsized cruise ship in china. teams are there. the ship went down overnight in a storm on the yangtze river. so far, we're only 18 have made it to shore. five confirmed deaths. rescuers are climbing on to the hull of the ship trying to listen for any signs of life. reports coming out of china this morning say most of the passengers that were on board were older retirees vacationing. >>> it's 4:32 a man is sleeping in the hospital this morning, accused of trying to kill his girlfriend outside a target store in germantown. montgomery county detectives believe the shooting started as a domestic issue. this happened outside the parking lot outside the target. police chased down a ford pick up miles away before it crashed. officers arrested the man inside and say he had a gun. he is in the hospital right now. >>> in clinton, maryland police reopened a road after a motorcycle crash there. >>> a man accused of making threats against the metro system may face 20 years in prison. he's responsible for a string of threats that started since last december. he appeared on
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Oct 9, 2013 4:30am EDT
arrived in brunei to meet with officials from china and its smaller southeast asian neighbors. a big part of the negotiations will center around cooling tensions over territorial disputes in the south china sea. the summit will also cover political, economic, and security issues. secretarkerry is filling in for president obama who had to cancel because of the ongoing government shutdown. at the live desk, i'm molette green. back to you. >>> metro riders, listen up. the important information one group wants to pass along to you during your ride to work. the>>> and a bit different for students in your neighborhood today. >>> plus, when will we see the first sight of rain? tom has that in your weather and traffi >>> welcome back at 4:40. today volunteers will hand out information about aids and hiv at 13 metro stations. hiv is an epidemic in the metro area. of communities of color and gay and bi-sexual men remain at high risk. volunteers are encouraging people to sign up for the aids walk happening saturday, october 26, at freedom plaza. my co-host here, eun yang, will be hosting that e
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Nov 25, 2013 4:30am EST
close eye on a double tragedy at sea in china. two cargo ships sank in separate incidents touring stormy weather. rescuers are using mraents and boats to search the waters along china's east coast hoping to find survivors. 25 sailors are missing. the body of one sailor has already been recovered. large waves and stormy conditions are blamed for sinking the ship with 14 crew members. some time today and sunday a separate ship carrying 12 crew members had engine failure and sank in stormy seas the that is the latest from the live desk. i'm molette green. back to you you. >>> today some answers about the police response and what led up to one of the worst school shootings in american history. investigators lan to release a summary report on the sandy hook elementary massacre that left 20 children, six staff members, and the shooter's mother ted almost a year ago. the report won't include all the evidence gathered by state police. the lead investigator is still fighting to keep 911 tapes from being released and a time line of the police response, motive and mental health records have
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Mar 23, 2014 10:00am EDT
meeting on the situation in ukraine. >>> first lady michelle obama had becauusy day in china today beginning the day at an education forum with chinese professors and students. later she headed to the great wall. the first daughters and her mother joined her for lunch at a former school near the wall. during this trip, the first lady has been vocal about the chinese government's need to allow free speech among its people. >> but when it comes to expressing yourself freely and worshipping as you choose and having open access to information, we believe those universal rights, they are universal rights. >> chinese state-run media did not air the first lady's remarks about free speech, but her comments were widely praised on social media. china routinely filters out information deemed offensive by the government and blocks many social media sites. >>> we've been watching some fast-moving developments this weekend in the fight for gay marriage in michigan. same-sex couples rushed to say "i do" yesterday morning, this after a federal judge struck down the state's ban. now, these couples
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Nov 10, 2014 4:30am EST
china. this is him arriving earlier. the focus is the state of u.s. and asia ties. >> one country's prosperity doesn't have to come at the expense of another. if we work together and act together strengthening the economic ties between our nations will benefit all of our nations. >> the president speaking at the big asia-pacific summit. while there he will meet with china's president. aaron. >>> angie, thank you. 4:47. a developing story out of the bahamas. officials are waiting until sunrise to see the full aftermath of a plane crash that killed nine people. one of the people was an internationally known minister, miles monroe. the group was heading to the global leadership forum, an event organized by monroe's church. >>> the last day before the nurse who fought an ebola quarantine will be officially cleared of that disease. kaci hickox fought the order and judge ruled on her side. she plans to advocate for health care workers going forward. she said she may leave her current home in maine. >>> this morning we are getting a new look at a fire that killed more than a dozen speciall
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Oct 8, 2012 4:30am EDT
warning that china's two leading technology firms pose a major security concern to the u.s. there's a live look at the capitol. after a year long investigation, the panel is warning the government, as well as private businesses, to avoid poway technologies and zte corporation. those companies are among the world's leading telecommunications companies. both deny posing a threat to the u.s. >>> and venezuela's president hugo chavez wips a third term in office. the electoral council announced that chavez won by a narrow margin. it ends a bitter campaign in which chavez denied using oil control to his advantage. >>> this morning the pharmacy at the center of a deadly meningitis outbreak is voluntarily recalling all of its products. the new england compounding center says the move is just a precaution and says there is no indication any other products were contaminated. the centers for disease control report 91 cases of fungal meningitis in nine cases connected to the massachusetts health facility. seven people have died, including one person in maryland and another person in virginia. the
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Nov 11, 2014 4:30am EST
live desk where we want to take you to beijing, china. where day two of the apec summit is underway and president obama is in another round of meetings to include several with the chinese president. now after the u.s. announced a new trade deal with china. also happening, president obama had a brief conversation with russian president vladimir putin. it appears on top of things, everything on the surface looked friendly, but hearing nothing major was discussed. things like sanctions against russia for the recent movement in ukraine. now after this the president heads to myanmar. we'll be following it all. >>> thank you. the montgomery county school board will vote to remove or add religious holidays to the calendar next year. the muslim community wants to add their holiday to the calendar because of schools closing for the jewish holidays right now. the district says they do that for high absentee rates which do not happen on the other holidays. >> the absentee rate on the holidays when they fall on school days has been considerably higher or lower than any other given day. >> next
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Oct 6, 2013 9:00am EDT
china. the office that is supposed to monitor the sanctions hitting iran has been reduced to a skeleton staff. >> shooting on capitol hill, you saw the value of the capitol police going into action. they're not getting paid. fbi agencies, cia analysts, you've got cdc, fema, a lot of other agencies are being hit as well. >> it will continue to go on >>> good sunday morning. do not look too hard for the redskins game today. skins at home, just like the rest of us, waiting to watch some football. washington on their bye week. they could be playing for first place in the nfc east when they travel to dallas in a week. >>> down a level, take on virginia in six days, don't know if quarterback c.j. brown will be in center, knocked out of the game against florida state after taking a big hit in second quarter. brown stayed on the ground but eventually made his way to the sidelines. coach randy etzel said brown suffered a concussion and will be re-evaluated later today. 63 407b. >>> navy may be on the way to a third straight commander in chief's trophy, taking care of air force in a game
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Jul 8, 2017 6:00am EDT
force b 1 bombers. they flew over east china sea yesterday along with south korean and japanese fighter jets. this unique 10-hour exercise comes after north fired intercontinental ballistic missile tuesday. u.s. military officials say they have never seen such weapons used by pyongyang. they say it is capable of traveling 3500 miles possibly reaching alaska. >>> violent protests filmed streets of hamburg germany for a second night in a row. take a look at this video here. hundreds supermarkets and businesses, an atm machine burned down. police and called in reinforcements from around germany to help. at last check police say at least 196 overs hurt in the clashes. we know 19 protesters taken spoke custody. dozens of others detained at the scene. >>> stay in hamburg. 20 most powerful countries wrapping up the g-20 summit. president donald trump has a busy schedule ahead. he's going to be meeting with several leaders including british prime minister theresa may, japanese prime minister shinzo abe and president of china xi jinping. in between the meeting he'll attend women's entrep
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Feb 6, 2015 5:00am EST
have traced it back to china. plus how the breach could impact how you file your taxes. >>> and experts explain how often you should clean items you use every day that you might not think abou . >>> and you don't want to go outside without looking at your temperatures. you can find them on the nbc washington app. it's really codld out there. >>> this morning we're finding out when you should clean pretty much anything that you use every day.the daily mail asked a micro byiologist biologist. apparently should you clean your phone every day. your bedsheets once a week. they say our sheets are a hot bed for bacteria because of all the sweat and skin cells that we shed every night. jeans maybe? scientists say we should wash them after every five wears. some claim that frequent washing will damage the color and the fibers. designers say you should always turn your jeans inside out. i've never done that. >> and don't put them in the dryer either. it will make the fabric last longer. >> but the manufacturers say don't wash them. some have said don't wash them at all. >> some make them
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May 20, 2013 6:00am EDT
rossry of red >>> 6:15. breaking news out of china right now. five people are dead, 20 missing. this is after an explosion at a factory in eastern china. this happened in the shang dong province, 250 miles south of beijing. rescue operations are still going on. last check, nine survivors pulled from the rubble. investigators are not sure what caused that blast. >>> new this morning, a hot air balloon crashed in central turkey killing one person and injuring 24 others. look at the video showing it as the crash happened. that balloon was flying above small volcano, a popular tourist attraction at this time of the year, when the crash happened. >>> new developments in indonesia where five more bodies have been pulled from a collapsed gold and copper mine. that brings the death toll to 14. another 14 workers are still missing. the mine owned by american company freeport-mcmoran caved in tuesday while dozens of workers were undergoing safety training. ten rescued. recovery efforts slow as crews try to stabilize the ground. more than 20,000 people work at that mine. >>> the south korean presi
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Jul 11, 2015 7:00am EDT
. >> millions in china bracing for a second typhoon to hit the area. this time, it could be the worst in history. [alarms blaring] ohhhhh... whoa whoa whoa! who's responsible for this?!? if something goes wrong, you find a scapegoat. ...rick. it's what you do. ahhhhhhhh! what'd you say? uh-oh! kelly! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. rick. don't walk away from me. ahhhhhhhh! >>> we begin this half hour with an update on breaking news out of egypt. one person dead after a large explosion at the italian consulate. this is in cairo. four others are hurt. the explosion was caused by a car bomb. >> the consulate was not open at the time of the explosion. none of those hurt in the blast are staff members. there is however, a lot of damage to the building itself. mainly the front facade, has a huge hole. no specific group or individual claimed responsibility for the attack. >> we are getting another angle of the attack on social media. they detained four journalists covering the explosion. the tweet says there are more
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Feb 1, 2013 5:00am EST
fireworks truck exploded along a bridge in china killing at least five people. it happened earlier this morning in the central part of that country. the blast sent cars down 100 feet to the ground below. crews are still searching for survivors. there's reports of conflicting numbers of casualtie some as high as 26. >>> happening today, nasa will observe a day of re remembrance for the tenth anniversary of the space shuttle columbia disaster. nasa officials will hold that observance at the astronaut memorial in arlington national cemetery. a wreath laying will take place at the kennedy space center. there will be ceremonies honoring the 17 people who died in the apollo 1 disaster and the challenger explosion. >>> questioning how a student made it past metal detectors with a gun and shot a classmate. a 14-year-old was grazed by the bullet in his neck. he's out of the hospital. police say the student gunman could face charges. many parents were upset that the building was put into lockdown for two hours before teu dents were dismissed. school leaders plan to meet today to review the situat
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Nov 10, 2014 6:00am EST
the 1s at 6:31 >>> plus, right now president obama is in china. he just made a new announcement to make it easier for people to come to america to work and learn. >>> and the national mall getting ready for one of its biggest events yet. how you can catch a sneak peek at the big concert for valor. an area to stay away from if you want to avoid the big crowds. steak & eggs. steak & eggs! steak & eggs. steak & eggs? steak & eggs. boom. dunkin's angus steak and egg sandwich is oven-toasted and made with angus beef. make today a steak & egg day. america runs on dunkin'. >> welcome back at 6:29. we're staying on top of a developing story. the ramp from georgia avenue southbound on connecticut avenue is closed. as you can see, this is the reason why. crews are working hard right now to fix a water main break right there. >> we were there last night at 11:00 as water covered the ramp. crews dug a huge hole in the ramp. live to megan mcgrath in 15 minutes to see how this work is progressing. >>> for now melissa is here to show the best way around the mess. melissa. >> that is a good word f
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Apr 9, 2015 4:30am EDT
taken good will in the 15 member caribbean community at a time when china is investing there. the president kicked off his trip with a surprise visit to the bob marley museum. he heads to panama this evening. while there, he's expected to interact with raul castro. sfwla some tensions stirring in panama city ahead of that summit. they are angry over sanctions the president of venezuela says he wants to hand president obama a petition of protests signed by millions. a little later in the hour we'll have a live report on why this summit could be so pivotal. >>> skroorjurors in the boston marathon bombing trial will return to court next week to decide whether dzhokhar tsarnaev will live or die. he was found guilty of all 30 counts against him. his lawyers want to spare him the death penalty. >> convicting so quickly on 30 charges signals to me that the jury again we didn't know, signals to me that the jury might not be so hesitant to vote for the death penalty. >> tsarnaev faced 30 charges, 17 of those carry the death penalty. three people died, including an 8-year-old boy and 260 pe
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May 22, 2016 10:00am EDT
broke its leg. developing in china this morning, take a look at what more than 18 inches in just 10 hours did to a city in the south part of that country. eight people died, four others are missing from the flooding. nearly 55,000 people were forced to evacuate after their homes were destr region could get another 5 inches of rain. >>> also developing, rescuers found more bodies in that deadly volcano eruption in western indonesia. the death toll is at six. the volcano unleashing hot clouds of ash as high as two miles. all of the victims were working on their farms about 2 1/2 miles away from the eruption. florida grab your umbrella and raincoat, your rain boots. tom is updating the forecast and how soon temperatures will be back into the high 70s. >>> and in the meantime there is a lot to do inside. we reveal some of the less traveled locations hidden in the nation's capital. one day a rider made a decision. the decision to ride on and save money. he decided to save money by switching his motorcycle insurance to geico. there's no shame in saving money. ride on, ride proud. geico mo
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Dec 18, 2016 6:00am EST
developments in the case of a seized u.s. drone. china says they'll return the underwater drone it took in the south china sea on thursday. the nation says it took it so ships could safely pass. the drone was being used to collect unscientific dat yachlt president-elect donald trump tweeted the u.s. should let china keep it much not cure if trump's tweet will change the agreement. >> immediate and unconal access was demanded for alepo. they want to deliver humanitarian aid to people trapped there. they're trying to complete the evacuation of rebel held areas after evacuations ground to a halt on frichlt. >>> donald trump is waking up at his estate in morning. yesterday he visited mobile, alabama, to mark the last stop of his thank you tour. this is the same place, the same site he drew the biggest crowds during the campaign. he says it's where it all began. he thanks the people of the south for his victory and defended first lady michelle obama's comments about the current corporate state of affairs in america. >> michelle obama yesterday said there is no hope. but i assume she was
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Mar 8, 2015 6:00am EDT
you of the old opium dens of china. now we're going to have these private clubs. number three, you can't smoke cigarettes or cigars in a club but now you can smoke pot? this is silly. it's just silly. what these club owners are doing, they're using their influence primarily through their campaign contributions to try to get the council's attention. >> dave was the mayor trying to appease the noex who were upset about legalization? >> i think she's walking a fine line here. she's trying to be very careful on a highly charged issue. whether she was trying to please somebody or just give everybody their say, it's hard to know. but as joe pointed out, i can follow up on covering congress talking about waving the red flag in front of the proverbial bull up there, if they got peeved a about having this pot law passed, can you imagine what they think about the having pot clubs? the republicans would come out of the woodwork on this. >> all right. got to take a break. we'll be right back. >>> successfully blending firefighting with handling medical emergencies. that's been a big point of c
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Feb 14, 2013 4:30am EST
"washington post," iranian agents tried to buy from china 100,000 magnets that are used in centrifuge machines. the u.n. banned other countries from exporting magnets to iran. if the report is true, iran would have enough magnets for 50,000 new centrifuges that would help enrich uranium, five times the number it operates now. >>> president obama signed a disaster dlaergz ordering federal aid in mississippi following a massive tornado there. a powerful twister with 170 mile-per-hour winds touched down sunday night, damaging the university of southern mississippi and more than 800 homes in the southern part of the state. the declaration will help state and local agencies in their recovery efforts. it may also provide grants to help business owners and individuals rebuild from the storm and provide temporary housing. >>> this morning, families are out of their homes while major wildfires burn in australia. australian leaders believe lightning strikes sparked at least 16 fires on tuesday. they issued an emergency warning and evacuated families from their homes in western australia. the fi
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Dec 7, 2012 4:30am EST
having its products made overseas, most notably in china. you can see the whole interview on rock center with brian williams tonight at 10:00 right here on nbc 4. >> last minute shoppers rejoice. macy's famous one-day sale can last 48 hours. the retailer says it plans to keep all the stores open nationwide beginning at 7:00 a.m. on friday, december 21st, through 7:00 a.m. on sunday, december 23rd. in previous years, macy's extended hours through christmas at some of its stores. this is the first time the retailer will extend hours at all 800 locations. if you're going to wait until the last minute, you know you can go there. you can spend the entire weekend there. >> it's going to be a tough decision, shop or sleep. >> on this schedule, sleep is premium. >> stay with us. news 4 today continues right now at 5:00 a.m. >>> breaking news right now, a tsunami wave hits japan following a powerful earthquake this morning. >>> plus a metro bus driver under investigation after a passenger reports him reading behind the wheel. good morning, everyone. i'm richard jordan, in for aaron gilchri
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