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Feb 18, 2014 11:30am PST
, china, has condemned the report. good to see you here. so, you know, very few people think that kim jong un is going to face trial over this testimony. the question becomes what next? what now? >> the u.n. report is so specific. so well documented that now it's been put in front of the world. china is most likely as north korea's diplomatic protector, china is most likely going to veto any action to turn it over to the world court, to the international criminal court for action against the north koreans. the hundreds of people in the regime who could be held responsible for this if they could be brought to justice. so that said, what can be done? there's going to be a period in geneva. they will have a prominent defector, a military man who will testify as well. and that can then be brought to the general assembly where china does not have a veto and the world opinion can be valleyed. it too, can be wrestled for taking defector. >> despite the report saying that the regime has killed hundreds of thousands since the 1950s, despite the pictures that survivors drew detailing the suffer
MSNBC
Nov 11, 2014 8:00am PST
vice president is standing in for president obama who is attending a global summit in china. the ceremonies at arlington are one of the diretributes nationw. as we wait the vice president's remarks. let me bring in msnbc military analyst and med tal of honor recipient for his rehoeic actions during the vietnam war. helping families of service-members. thank you both for joining us. we appreciate it. colonel, we have a pleasure of speaking with you. i want to start with linda here. because of the work that she's doing to help these families. as we remember the veterans. i was on the "today" show. the plaza filled men and women in uniform and those who have worn the uniforms before. there were just as many proud spouses and children. your organization is done a lot to support those people. >> yes, our military kids proudly supporting the children of our deployed and wounded warriors. sometimes their needs are overlooked and i think it's very important for our military men and women who are serving to know that our nation is helping to take care of their children while they protect
MSNBC
Jun 5, 2015 8:00am PDT
employees stolen. it includes social security numbers and bank account information. but china is denying responsibility saying this morning, we hope the united states side could discard this kind of suspicion and stop groundless accusation. the latest now from nbc news chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell. andrea? >> this is believed to be the biggest cyberattack in u.s. history, targeting 4.2 million current and former employees and could be more. so who did it? most likely it's china. today the government is scrambling after a massive hack into personal information. names, social security numbers, birthdays, for millions of current and former government workers. if proved to be from china, the u.s. would likely retaliate. >> there are all sorts of ways that we can retaliate, both through diplomatic means and perhaps by giving whoever is behind this if we can determine that for certain, a taste of their own medicine. >> the government is telling employees to monitor their bank accounts and offering identity theft insurance and free credit reports. after the hack into the
MSNBC
Oct 2, 2014 8:00am PDT
coming collapse of china." what could the united states do? >> we can really do very little. i think we need to express rhetorical support, talk to the chinese behind the scenes, but this is not a u.s. issue. this is the people of hong kong, saying they want to decide their fate on their own. there's little outside forces can do. even the british that signed a joint declaration that paved the way for hong kong to be part of the people's republic of china, they can't do anything either. >> at this point, we are looking at a deadline for the chief executive to step down. that happens in about 20 minutes. yesterday had a big deadline that passed, and reports on the ground were it was somewhat festive. from a u.s. perspective, when it comes to protesting for issues like might happen in this country, it would be vigorous shall i say. the reports so far it is not so vigorous. is this specific to the context of hong kong and china and asia and that space? >> the numbers thursday dwindled from thursday. chunk young festival is a family holiday. i think a lot left to be with loved ones. you have
MSNBC
Oct 1, 2014 8:00am PDT
kong. as china celebrates the foundling of the communist republic tens of thousands of demonstrators commanding that beijing not interfere with upcoming elections. the source goes back to a hand over agreement when the city came over china's rule in 1997. china is supposed to allow free elections in hong kong in 2017. last month they switched gears saying all candidates need to be approved by beijing. today was the deadline from protesters to reverse the move. otherwise they threatened they would occupy government buildings. joining me now ian williams in hong kong. a slight delay in the communications. it's d day beijing is not backing down. are protesters doing as they threatened? >> well, it's pretty lively here tonight, richard. as you can probably see. it's getting on toward midnight and tens of thousands of people on the street here in the heart of hong kong's business district. now they've been in a festive mood today. very lively and very confident demanding that the leader of this former british colony resign. and also, china allow free and proper elections. a proper choice
MSNBC
Nov 12, 2014 8:00am PST
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MSNBC
Nov 10, 2014 8:00am PST
by the upcoming thursday and friday period. as of now no snowstorms. >>> president obama is in china right now. his first stop on a week long trip to asia. shortly after arriving this morning the president announced a major new deal on issuing visas designed to boost both countries travel and tourism industries. under the deal, though is as will be valid through up for ten years instead of one. the president also made his first extensive public comments on north korea's release this weekend of americans ken i.nethe and matthew todd mill per. >> we had an indication there was a possibility of release of these two prisoners. it did not touch on some of the broader issues that have been the primary concern. >> do you get any better strot gi for dealing with the nations? no. chris jansing joins us live. this is interesting timing. the president back on the world stage. the headlines regarding north korea, and of course, trade development with china. it gives him a reprieve if but a few days to talk about other things. >> yeah. absolutely. this is going to be a trip that is going to be ab
MSNBC
Jun 16, 2015 8:00am PDT
have them. when was the last time anybody saw us beating, let's say, china in a trade deal? they kill us. i beat china all the time. all the time. when did we beat japan at anything? they send their cars over by the millions, and what do we do? when was the last time you saw a chevrolet in tokyo? it doesn't exist, folks. they beat us all the time. when do we beat mexico at the border? they're laughing at us at our stupidity. and now they're beating us economically. they are not our friend believe me. but they're killing us economically. the u.s. has become a dumping ground for everybody else's problems. >> we need you! >> thank you. it's true. these are the best and the finest. when mexico sends its people they're not sending their best. they're not sending you. they're not sending you. they're sending people that have lots of problems and they're bringing those problems with us. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists, and some i assume are good people. but i speak to border guards and they tell us what we're getting. and it only makes common sense. it on
MSNBC
Mar 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
normal. >>> yesterday china satellite detected no debris. that area has already been searched. tom, we are hearing about what's not right, then the next morning we wake up to new information. what we know at this point is this flight is still missing and you have family members of more than 200 people awaiting word of anything. >> yeah, i think it's important to reset this. we're now six days into this. a lot of people may be confused. candidly i tell you we've all been confused by information that comes out of malaysia that's then contradicted. the plane has missing since early saturday morning. according to authorities, the last transmission, as head said, was at 1:07 a.m. local time in malaysia. since then -- that's a stream of data transmitted to give -- it's call the a-car system, to give them a sense of how well the plane is operating. the plane dropped off radar somewhere around 1:20 or so, nothing since then. the transponder stopped working, plane went off radar. this was originally a flight to beijing, it doesn't make it, the plane was last over the gulf of thailand. there are
MSNBC
Feb 18, 2015 8:00am PST
sides. i want to show you this. this ship left china last month. it has been sitting here since february 9th. it can't even get to port. one there behind it left china also last month. it has been sitting there since february 12th. look at all of the cargo on the ship. by my count, 30 ships are outside the port just in l.a. and long beach, more up and down the coast. here is the problem as you say. secretary perez says yesterday's talks were positive and productive apparently not productive enough. we are told both sides are close on pay. the sticking issue is demand by the union to be able to fire the arbitrator down here in l.a. and long beach. they say the arbitrator is appointed for life, dock workers sea he has treated them unfairly management says no way. how are companies dealing with this? usually 10% of goods from china go to the east coast. that's up to 30%. it costs twice as much to try to fly goods in. that can cost as much as 20 times more. that's why they're going to sit and wait it out here. we have to see what happens. even if it is all unclogged right away it wi
MSNBC
Mar 20, 2014 8:00am PDT
obama's trip to china tops our look at stories around the "news nation." she arrived for a week long trip. first lady is in china to promote education and cultural ties. >>> a u.s. army general who pled guilty to mistreating a female captain who accused him of sexual assault was reprimanded and jeffrey sinclair broke down in tears during his court-martial sentencing, which will not include jail time, reduced rank or dismissal from the army. >>> the house where oscar pistorius shot and killed reeva steenkamp is up for sale. a lawyer says the former olympic runner needs to sell the house in order to pay legal bills connected to the ongoing murder trial he's in. he's of course pled not guilty alleging he mistook her for an intruder. >>> we've had a lot of breaking news, thanks for sticking around. up next quts "andrea mitchell reports" and the new development in the search for missing malaysia flight 3770. geico motorcycle. see how much you could save. crest 3d white whitestrips vs. a whitening pen. i feel like my lips are going to, like, wash it off. these fit nicely. [ female announce
MSNBC
Mar 21, 2014 8:00am PDT
, expected on sunday. ships from china as well are coming into the region. so this is very much an international effort. by the way, the u.s. today estimated that its search operations thus far have cost about $2.5 million. they continue to try to get a better handle on where this debris that was spotted in those satellite photos might be. but it has now been five days, five, since those photos were taken, and of course, anything can move in the ocean at grais great distances over that period of time. >> i'm curious with all the equipment moving to the region, you pointed out the flotilla representing so many nations. is this the sole focus at this point? have the experts concluded it's either in this region or they won't find this aircraft? >> it's the most likely scenario, according to the experts in the u.s. government, according to the malaysians who have been consulting with the ntsb and others, boeing included, as well as the australians. that said, i did see today that the australians had actually asked kazakhstan for permission to set up a sort of base operation there to co
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2015 8:00am PDT
discussing china, greece various headlines regarding the iphone when about 12 minutes ago or so a big whoa from the trading floor here and all stocks at the nyse were halted for trading. we're trying to find out more about what happens next. our bob losani is on the floor. >> we have more. it says we're currently experiencing a technical issue we're trying to resolve as soon as possible. we'll provide updates as soon as we can. we'll do our best for a swift resolution. communicate thoroughly and transparently and assure a smooth reopening. here you see what you might call the tech nerve center here. that's the ramp in between the stock exchange the main floor, and what we used to call the garage next door and you can see the officials gathered around trying to get the market back up. i don't have any more on that but as you can see here just turn around and very simply on the floor here these are the panels and these are the stocks that trade at all the panels. macy's trades here travelers trades here goldman trades here. what you can see is nothing at all moving. there are no quo
MSNBC
Jun 15, 2015 8:00am PDT
sunday times of london reports yesterday that because russia asknd china have decoded a million files leaked by snowden, as a result, the british has pulled its spies out of quote, hostile countries, and u.s. intelligence agencies are on high alert. nbc'sal alastair jamison joins us live from london. alastair, thank you for joining us. it is so encrypted, they say they would not be able to gather this information, but that report is being challenged as well. it seems the allegations are that that is not the case. >> absolutely. there is a huge amount of skepticism about this report. this emerged on sunday in britain's sunday times newspaper which quoted that snowden's leaks are incaptureable damage in countries like russia and china. the reports say they have withdrawn agents from countries such as russia and china because of information that had been secured from these edward snowden leaks. however, they offered no evidence about where these agents have moved from or to and nor did the british government or the white house house comment on these numbers, so we don't know if this repo
MSNBC
Mar 12, 2014 8:00am PDT
massive. it's moved beyond, of course, the gulf of thailand, beyond the south china sea, beyond the strait of malacca, along the west coast of malaysia, and it encompasses, as well, the sea to the north of the indonesian island of sumatra and asked the indian navy to join this effort, and if this plane did indeed have five hours or so of fuel onboard, it potentially could have flown off into the indian ocean. the indian ocean, as you know, is massive, and there is not much between the island of indonesia and the south of south africa and beyond. there's just not much in that massive body of water. so now we are at a point where we're just simply waiting for any sign whatsoever that any piece of wreckage has been found, but when you talk about a search zone the size of the united kingdom and you're looking for a needle in a hay stack, this is a massive effort and i must say, everybody at this point is in many conversations i've had on the phone, everybody is confused and struggling with the facts. >> what is the key at this point moving forward, tom? you've got this massive search, what can
MSNBC
Jun 2, 2015 8:00am PDT
are still missing after a tourist boat capsized in central china. the passenger ship carrying 458 people sunk in the yangtze river yesterday. just 15 people have been brought to safety and five people are now confirmed dead according to the associated press. nbc's chief global correspondent bill neilely has the latest. >> hello, tamron it's now clear this is china's worst passenger ship disaster in almost 70 years. more than 400 people are still missing. relatives who, of course are distraught are asking not just how did the ship sink but how come the captain escaped and survived? the search for survivors is a desperate one. rescuers hammering on the overturned hull to try to make contact with passengers still trapped inside but time is running out on the yangtze river, where the ship with more than 450 onboard sank in rough weather. some people have been rescued. this 65-year-old woman was pulled out by divers. a few managed to swim ashore but after a day of searching, hope is fading for so many more on the eastern star which was carrying 406 chinese tourists, five guides and at
MSNBC
Jul 17, 2015 8:00am PDT
going to negotiate with china. do you see him -- who would you rather have negotiating against china, trump or bush? >> well you say trump surge could actually help the bush campaign in the long run. why is that? >> well he's pretty much sucking all the oxygen out of the republican field, and if you assume that jeb bush is the front runner in the republican race and there are some question marks around that sucking the oxygen around the scott walker campaigns, and alex, remember that scott walker launched his presidential bid on monday, but we're talking about donald trump on friday the marco rubios, any other competitors, that could be beneficial to jeb. but may i remind you that donald trump poses a danger to jeb bush as well because the more the conversation is on immigration, the more the conversation is on mexico, that is the place where it exposes some of the fault lines and certainly some of the vulnerabilities that jeb bush has. >> jeb bush is not the only one in the crosshairs. senator john mccain earlier this week said trump, quote, fired all the crazies in his home s
MSNBC
Dec 12, 2014 8:00am PST
reaction from china, russia as well who are watching this play out. one of the line of thought the debate, the report was going to spur a lot of protests overseas and across the world. people being angry at the united states. on the other hand, there have been some praise from other countries and people saying the united states in some ways trying to debate and bring to light some of the things that might have been very unsavory in the past and trying to litigate those. >> mark, thank you very much. we appreciate you joining us. have a great weekend! >> up next sea world's ceo calls it quits. more on the fallout for the em battled company and what sea world's future may look like. ♪ ah, push it. ♪ ♪ push it. ♪ p...push it real good! ♪ ♪ ow! ♪ oooh baby baby...baby baby. if you're salt-n-pepa, you tell people to push it. ♪ push it real good. it's what you do. ♪ ah. push it. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. ♪ ah. push it. i'm pushing. i'm pushing it real good! has the power to captivate. that's wh
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Jan 2, 2015 8:00am PST
think that we need to look into it further. but there is a hand by north korea. and possibly china assisting them or turning the eye. because a lot of north korea telecommunications equipment and infrastructure is in china. >> let's switch gears a little bit to cuba and the wake of the move to normalize relations. cuban leader bluntly stated at the year end news conference don't expect cuba to abandon the communist system. what tell does that tell you as we going deal with cuba on a official level? >> well, i support barack obama's initiative on normalizing relations. but there is still going to be serious problems. we have to realize this is a very hard lined regime. and the area of human rights we have to keep pressing. release of cuban political prisons, they have done some but not enough. repression of pro democracy groups. in is the area where the cubans are sensitive. i remember when i used to go to cuba and meet with groups. cubans would go wild. they would be upset. i think we need to stand behind these dissent groups and get the international community behind us. get the p
MSNBC
May 19, 2014 8:00am PDT
china's bluff according to officials here. what they say is the chinese whenever they have been accused in the past of specific cases of economic espionage say show us the proof. so what the government has done today is they will say here it is. on this date, such and such happened. it's quite a bill of particulars against specific people in china. so the logical question is, would the chinese ever send these people here to face charges, what the government today is shaying with a very straight face is, wells we certainly expect them to. that's what they said they would do, so now we're calling their bluff. whether that will really happen or not is certainly debatable, but it is an escalation in what the obama administration is doing to counter chinese espionage. and what i'm told is that the investigators got so deeply in to this will cah case that they identified specific key strokes with specific members of the chinese military, that at one point could actually watch the chinese hackers as they entered specific key strokes to get into the computers of u.s. companies. >> and what at s
MSNBC
Dec 18, 2014 8:00am PST
some of that. china is seeing a slow down, talking about a recession in japan, of course, you know, the geopolitical situation may change and that may have an impact. >> how concerned should we be that the low prices mean in terms of global output we are suffering now, is that a concern? >> not too concerned. everybody needs the cash revenue. russia said yesterday they have no changes to production to talk about. i don't believe the supply side will change a lot. prices seem supported, and oil producers are still producing. 1.99 is still an exception, not the norm. will it become the norm? well, it is not looking like it will be. maybe in some of the cheaper gasoline tax states, but i don't believe the national average will come down to that level. >> patrick, thank you. >> thank you. >>> coming up, the 49ers cut ray mcdonald hours after police named him a suspect in a criminal investigation. it is just one of the stories we are following around news nation. >>> plus this. >> someone ran a red light and bodies started flying. it was pretty horrible. >> mostly children, eight or ten
MSNBC
Dec 31, 2014 8:00am PST
. there were eight votes in favor. including france russia and china plus five among them britain. the u.s. and australia voted no. >> we voted against the resolution not because we are comfortable with the status quo. we voted against it because we know what everyone here knows as well. peace will come from hard choices and surprises that must be made at the negotiating table. >> joining me live now senior fellow at the center for american progress where he focuses on the u.s. policy toward the middle east. brian, the resolution had no chance of being approved because the u.s. said it would have vetoed or exercised the veto power in the security council. but the palestinians insisted on putting the vote before the end of the year. what did they hope to accomplish? >> i think the palestinian president is very desperate at this point. he has not been able to succeed in seeing major gains from negotiations which collapsed earlier this spring. and his political space is weakened within his own party. he's got the challenge from hamas in the gaza strip that criticized the move and wan
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2014 8:00am PST
and china with results. we've never tried it with coo baa. i think it's time. >> you have mauro -- marco rubio. his family fled in the '50s and he's not in favor of the process. let me play what senator rubio had to play. >> i'm not in favor of the process which his release was required. it puts a price on every american abroad. governments know they can take a american hostage they can get significant concessions from the united states. it's ironic a week after we impose sanctions on humanitarian rights violators in venezuela. we are lifting it on the government that taught the venezuelans. >> a senior administration official tells nbc that gross was to be reported in poor health. you know the divide that exists whenever the conversation of cuba and the u.s. policy is discussed particularly in mr. rubio's home state of florida. >> yeah. it's a huge issue in florida. and very devicive. you'll hear, i think, some pretty sharp rhetoric on both side of the issue. it is important to remember that from all reports. i was checking, you know, a blog by one of cuba's leading disdents wh
MSNBC
May 23, 2014 8:00am PDT
the police, and most people know how that goes. >> and she is from china. and she has been a u.s. citizen, as i understand it since 2011, and you say that she's somewhat rare in that she is willing to stand up for her rights in this case. have you found that it is a big problem in the immigrant community there in chicago? >> yes, well. craig, i don't think that, you know, the police don't abuse people like me. the police termed bad apple police officers, because they are not all bad for the most part, the police themselves are embarrassed by this video, and ashamed of the officers, but, you know, for the most part the bad apple police officers don't abuse people like me, and the people who have the power to do something about it, but they abuse the people who are black or brown or an immigrant or have criminal convictions and unable to stand up for their rights or nobody will believe at least that is what the police think. so when you have a video like this, technology is actually changing people's perceptions of the police, and people like me are able to see what the police do t
MSNBC
Nov 14, 2014 8:00am PST
so at a time when the president just negotiated an important agreement with china to reduce emissions, this is the dirtiest oil on the planet. we don't need to do this. >> the new pugh research poll taken earlier this month indicated a majority of americans 59% favor building the keystone pipeline. 30% oppose it. it's down from the 66% in march of 2013 who favored this project. going back to those who say the agenda here really is being pushed by liberal donors who have a lot of cash. i know, that senator harry reid, critical of the koch brothers and their influence on republicans. what about the influence that big money liberal donors are having on this debate as it relates to those like yourself who are willing to vote no >>well, i certainly haven't heard from anybody but the environmental groups. i'm certainly in line with their views. but, you know, the other big thing that is going to encourage or help energy independence. this oil is going to go from canada, through the united states, under, by the way, the aquafer and to texas where it will be refined and sent out of the countr
MSNBC
Jul 1, 2015 8:00am PDT
that the ties and shirts are made in china. and should i start a new product line somewhere in the future i will insist that they are made in america. >> tamron to that point, when donald trump was on cnn on sunday cnn asked him a question about the donald trump ties that are actually made in china, why aren't they made in the united states, and donald trump didn't have a good answer for that. of course now this relationship allows him to focus on apparel that's made in the united states. this all goes back to the comments he made during his presidential announcement, ones that continuereverberate, and we keep stressing sometimes things that are good for business are not always good for politics. >> what will this do to the debate stage and the party in general if he continues to hover at the top? >> this is precisely what other republicans didn't want tamron since right after the 2012 election when they realized president obama won latinos with a huge marge in overin over mitt romney. there is a distinct possibility that donald trump will be on this debate stage where he will be t
MSNBC
May 11, 2015 8:00am PDT
way during a choir performance in china. it is one of the stories we are updating and following around the "news nation." >>> and shark tracking. a massive great white nicknamed mary lee is making her way up the jersey shore. researchers are watching her every move. why so many people are fascinated with this shark. coming up i'll talk live with one of the scientists monitoring the shark and what we can learn from this journey. coming up. so if you have a flat tire dead battery need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. i accept that i'm not 21. i accept i'm not the sprinter i was back in college. i even accept that i live with a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart
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Apr 28, 2014 8:00am PDT
, there has been massive wealth increase and also massive wealth inequality meaning that in china, a few people at the top are doing really, really well, and so is it fact or endemic? and that is vital and that is whether or not you agree with his statement. >> it is a conversation not to run away globally, and one to have. thank you, zachary. >>> another violent weekend in chicago is topping the "newsnation" today. five people are dead and nearly three dozen ingyred in multiple shootings, and one of the victims was believed to be killed in a drive-by shooting, and one woman killed from going to the antiviolence fund-raiser. >> and there is a shocking individual outout of a father pushing his son off of the skateboarding rank. the dad said he kicked the son because he needs to the learn. ooh. >>> florida's department of family and family services is investigating what the dad might need to learn. >>> and coming up next, cedric the entertainer is going to join us, and we will talk about what he feels will help inner city kids go to college. [ female announcer ] the secret to luminous, shi
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May 13, 2015 8:00am PDT
spends 5% of gdp on infrastructure china 9% global cities like london and beijing are investing in transit and rail projects on vast scale, while new york city more than 160 bridges were built over a century ago and large portions of our subway signal system are more than 50 years old. there's a laundry list of questions from to your point, how many hours employees work to the quality of the train cars themselves, whether they can take an impact as we saw yesterday, particularly larry, that one car that's mangled. you have many people asking how is that possible believing that these cars could sustain a more direct hit. >> well maybe ten years ago as a result of a collision in i think it was arizona, there was an impact -- side impact of one of amtrak's cars and it crumbled. the construction of these cars leaves a lot to be desired. that needs to be addressed. it has been addressed somewhat but it does not mean that the existing fleet, which is probably around 30 to 40 years old, needs to be retrofitted. and the regulations relate really to new construction. so it's another area wh
MSNBC
Aug 11, 2014 8:00am PDT
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Jul 16, 2014 8:00am PDT
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Jun 30, 2015 8:00am PDT
missed. britain, france germany, russia, and china are also involved in the talks, taking place in vienna. >>> also developing now, more fallout after the escape of convicted murders richard matt and david sweat. nbc news has learned several employees and top officials at clinton correctional facility that's in upstate new york including the superintendent have been placed on leave. this comes as investigators are learning more about the escape from david sweat himself. according to new york governor andrew cuomo, sweat revealed he and matt originally planned to go to mexico but headed towards canada when joyce mitchell did not show up. the governor says they also planned to kill mitchell's husband. david sweat is still recovering in an albany hospital. his condition has improved from critical to serious. a couple of story we needed to update you on. that does it for this edition of "newsnation." i'm tamron hall. up next chris matthews hosts "andrea mitchell reports." american express for travel and entertainment worldwide. just show them this - the american express card. don't lea
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Apr 7, 2014 8:00am PDT
across town for good jobs, but competing across the world. young people in india and china are all interested in trying to figure out how they can get a foothold in this world economy, and that is who you are competing against. now i'm con fident that you can match or exceed anything that they do, but we don't do it by just resting on what we have done before. we have to outwork, and o outinnovate and outhustle everybody else, and think of new ways to do things. and part of the concern has been that the high schools a lot of them were designed with the curriculums based on the 1940s and 1950s and 1960s and haven't been updated. so the idea behind this co competition is how can we make high school in particular more interesting, more exciting more relevant to young people? last year, for example. i visit a called in brooklyn called p-tech, and they partnered with ibm and the university city of new york to offer the students not only a high school diploma, but also an associate degree in computer systems or electromechanical engineering. ibm said that p-tech graduates would be the fi
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May 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
now people like to talk about, well, china is doing this and india is doing that -- >> sure. >> and if they are doing that, then we should haven't to, and so on and dot, dot, dot. but the thing that the united states exports for better or for worse is our culture. you can go to india and meet people who know starsky and hut hutch. and if the united states got out of the this ahead to send the message and not only improve our economy and quality of life, but it would suddenly affect everybody in the world. >> and bill nye the science guy. you have been preaching this sermon for a long time. >> and it bears repeating and the cover of the new york times reiterates the situation, and the importance of it. >>> in hours of now, president obama is going to be awarding a medal of honor to a veteran who remains quite humble about his heroic actions in afghanistan. >> it is me, the here e rows are the guys i wear on the bracelet, and these are the guys that are the heroes in my book. i was somebody there that day. >> it was much more than that. and up next, the army sergeant's dramatic story
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Mar 13, 2015 8:00am PDT
. that's a businessman from china, pleading with a gas station attendant to call 911. crouching down to hide fearing his life is in danger three nights after the boston marathon bombing. he dashed there from his car at a gas station across the street running for his life to seek help. prosecutors say he was carjacked at gunpoint by tamerlan tsarnaev, after the brothers were on the mit campus where they murdered a police officer. the fbi says they used his atm to get cash stopped to get gas, load up on snacks. that's when meng made a run for it. inside the gas station across the street he found a place to hide, begged the attendant to call 911. >> i have one come inside now, and he tells me someone wanted to shoot him. >> reporter: then meng takes the phone. >> please help me someone took my car. they are suspects of the marathon explosion. please help me please they have guns. >> reporter: two weeks later, asking nbc news to conceal his identity he talked to matt on "today." surveillance video played in court shows the tsarnaev brothers getting away. he tells police the car they stole f
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Mar 14, 2014 8:00am PDT
this body of water right here, that is the south china sea and the guflf of thailand ad right in this general area is where the plane went missing. now the idea is by now we should have seen debris in here. somebody with all this ships, with all the asset ts would hav seen something had the leplane down. as they move the search area mf-here is the last point of contact up there in the gulf. and now you've got down here is where they believe that the plane may have traveled over the straight of mal la made la came straight of made la came and up into the indian ocean. that's why the u.s. has a p 3 orion plane doing a grid pattern up there, as well. if we go back to the super wide view, they're now moving the entire search zone up into this area, as well. and down into this area, as well. and the indian ocean is 28 square miles. so if it kept flying, it could be out here, up here, it could be anywhere in there. and so that is their challenge right now. >> so let me understand this. you because we've done stories particularly crime stories that i've done where you hear about cell phone p
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Dec 19, 2014 8:00am PST
would be cyber attacks. we know the ongoing issues with china, on property protection, patents, et. cetera, et. cetera. there were people who have attempted and are people, i should say, attempted to sound the alarm on the greater concern of these terror type cyber attacks. >> absolutely. this isn't the type of attack the government has been prepared for. they've been prepared for an attack on government infrastructure. this shows how vulnerable we are that you can create this buzz by hitting a high profile target even if you're not touching physical property. >> and what we're looking here. hundreds of -- millions of dollars impacted by this. i believe the number was around 1200 or $300 million that sony lost. in is major corporation. set aside it's hollywood. set aside, again, the tone of the e-mails. this is a major corporation and if it can happen to sony and they socially be terrorized into pulling a film, who else could be next. >> that's right. it's easy for us to say, look, what they said about angela joe loo. that's not the issue here. what if they do this to ford or a ban
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Jul 8, 2014 8:00am PDT
a conference in china. state department spokesperson psaki joins us here. >>> the final four. the world cup semifinal kicks off this afternoon with powerhouse matchup of germany and home team brazil. >>> good
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May 7, 2015 8:00am PDT
research it's a global phenomenon in china india, after arica and latin american countries, the same reality. >> you said people thought this was an area you shouldn't be exposing. why did you feel that? >> i can put it to you this way. i think we suffer from things that we do not want to talk about and keep hidden within our communities. an elderly lady at the apollo theater when i screened the film there and asked why i was exposing all of our dirty laundry. i said ma'am, with all do respect, because it's stinking up the house. >> powerful way to put it. on the cover is this girl. in 2014 she gave the speech at the essence hollywood black event. she said she remembered a time she felt unbeautiful, put on tv and saw pale skin. she got teased and taunted for her skin. do you believe it has evolved or progressed since the documentary and book and the follow up light girls? >> i think it's helped. oprah winfrey helped us put it out there. i appreciate that very much. i think it's an evolving conversation and hopefully it will help heal. we have a long way to go. you know it's interesti
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Aug 26, 2014 8:00am PDT
story of survival tops our looks at stories around "newsnation"s. in china. cameras captured the moment the suv ran over a little boy playing in the street. the car -- oh, my god. keeps driving. the 6-year-old gets up and walks away. that boy suffered only minor scratches on his leg and face. no word on if the driver will face charges. life guards ordered everyone out the water on monday after the great white shark was spotted off the massachusetts beach. the shark was captured on camera police helicopters. the shark made the way back to deeper bottoms. one beach goer carved the famous jaws line. >>> college students tackling what some see as an epidemic. four nc state university students come up with aal polish that changes color when it touches drugs associated with date rape. while it's in the early stages, it's attracted a major investment. nbc has more on this unique product. it can happen in an instant. >> very easy. in the heat of having fun. >> four male nc state university students are battling sexual assault by letting women take matters into their own hands. they're de
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Feb 6, 2014 11:00am PST
. >> i realize that china's potential rests on upholding universal rights, including for christians and tibetan buddhists and muslims. broadly made the case that no society with truly succeed unless it guarantees the rights of all of its peoples, including religious minorities. whether they're muslims in pakistan or in iran or christians in egypt. in syria, it means ensuring a place for all people. alawites and sunnis. >> the president also offered prayers for kenneth bae, the u.s. missionary held in north korea while he was arrested leading a tour group. he also offers a prayer for the idaho pastor being held in iran since september of 2012. >>> still ahead here, a major break in a 25-year-old cold case involving a university of florida student who went for a walk and was never seen again. i'll talk to the father of tiffany sessions, who's convinced that a serial killer was behind his daughter's disappearance. >>> plus, former new orleans mayor ray nagan takes the stand in the corruption trial against him. it's just one of the things we thought you should know. you stod by the house? u
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Mar 19, 2014 8:00am PDT
depart the u.s. for a trip to china. mrs. obama plans to visit a university and two high schools and republican kentucky senator rand paul will speak at berkeley university tonight and voice his concerns about privacy and then say. iwe don't back down. we only know one direction: up so we're up early. up late. thinking up game-changing ideas, like this: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com worried shampooing might damdon't be.hair? new pantene brings new repair & protect. clinically proven to make hair healthier with every wash. new hair. new you. new repair & protect... ..from new pantene. ameriprise asked people a simple question: can you keep your lifestyle in retirement? i don't want to think about the alternative. i don't even know how to answer that. i mean, no one knows how long their money is going to last. i try not t
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Mar 25, 2014 8:00am PDT
what nato's about. >> carl from abc news. >> reporter: mr. president, thank you. in china, in syria, in egypt, and now in russia, we've seen you make strong statements, issue warnings that have been ignored. are you concerned that america's influence in the world, your influence in the world, is on the decline, and in light of recent developments, do you think mitt romney had a point when he said that russia is america's biggest gio political foe, and if not russia, then who? and do you think these sanctions will choose putin's calculation and cause him to back down and do you see -- where do you see a russian red line, where if they go any further, if they go into eastern ukraine, into moldova, where options beyond sanctions have to be considered? >> well, jonathan, i think if the premise of the question is, that whenever the united states objects to an action and other countries don't immediately do exactly what we want, that that's been the norm, that would pretty much erase most of 20th century history. i think that there's a distinction between us being very clear about what we
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Mar 18, 2014 8:00am PDT
coast of india and thailand and malaysia. and also, of course, we know, the south china sea is no longer a focus. so this is now, very much the dominant search zone, down in the indian ocean, because most of the countries back up here in the north have said, they've not seen anything on their radars to suggest that maybe this flight overflew their territory. can i just make one last point on the telestrator. we have thailand right there, and thailand has just now today reported to the associated press that they may have picked up the flight on their radar. that would make sense, because malaysia borders thailand, but thailand is not saying why they didn't come forward with this information until just now. >> and tom, just quickly, i'm not sure if you know the specific answer to this, but regarding this planned flight path that was manually set, is that something that would happen before the plane took off or while it was in the air? >> no, you could do it while you were in the air. you simply would put in a new coordinate and you would dial it in and hit engage, and the plane -- t
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Nov 7, 2014 8:00am PST
retake number one from dhoo china with that sort of growth? >> that may be a tall order. i think we're making strides. >> i like to think of things as half full. why not. another thing, the break down that we watch pretty carefully and that's the ethnic break down. in general when you look at african-americans, wi latino-americans and caucasians. those were down a little bit. the asian-americans down -- excuse me no change. essentially all of those not big shifts but african-americans that was still remaining high at close to 11%. altogether we didn't see a lot of changes within the month before. what do you make of that balance there? >> that's been a stubborn number particularly among african-americans. i think it's a real challenge. i think it's part of the problem with the economic record for the administration right now. the other numbers we're looking at is the youth unemployment which is almost twice the national average. when you think about the election on tuesday, young people didn't show up at the polls. >> why is that number, as you were saying, so stubborn. why does it sta
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Jun 3, 2015 8:00am PDT
work in practical terms. >> thank you very much. now to developing news out of china. rescue crews are still searching for people trapped inside a capsized cruise ship even though no signs of life are being heard from below. this morning weather officials confirm a sudden tornado hit the area of the yangtze river at the time the ship overturned monday night. 14 people have been rescued and 19 others confirmed dead. the ship was carrying more than 450 passengers at the time of the accident. nbc's ian williams has the latest. >> reporter: rescue efforts are continuing throughout the night here but they are painstakingly slow. so far only 14 people have been brought out alive. 400 are still missing. now the latest we're hearing they are cutting their way into the hull of the ship. we saw them making preparations for that earlier marking out in red where they would make that cut. also they are making preparations to lift the ship. we don't know when that will happen because they need to get the crane ships in position and only two are there so far. now they are searching downstream, 13
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Jul 25, 2014 8:00am PDT
, california. >> a friend of mine found one of the china dolls. her daughter has brown hair, tan skin. the doll looked the same. >> that's right. adding to the horror movie like scenario. the dolls resembled the girls in the homes where they were left. some residents were too spooked to go on camera. >> it's really creepy and disturbing as a mom with a daughter, it freaks me out. >> it's obviously very unusual behavior. >> even the sheriff's office was stumped. >> is it a practical joke or what is going on here? >> for parents, the creepy situation was the farthest thing from child's place. >> i'm thinking the worst, like, someone creepy watching our children. and i'm pretty scared about it. >> and just as the panic was reaching fever pitch in a town terrorized by toys, late last night the authorities found the doll dropper. a woman who attends church with the families. her intent was good will. >> that's the way the neighborhood is. people just kind of look out here for each other and do things for each other. it's nice people don't have to be concerned now. >> pope francis is expected to
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May 28, 2014 8:00am PDT
program as opposed to the naval clashes in the south is china sea. there is no strategy here, and, you know, i sympathize with the president's plight here which is that there is all of these crises around the world, and there is no overarching single answer to them. >> well, he points out in ukraine with russia in the remarks, the president said that our ability to shape world opinion helped to isolate russia right away and because of the leadership of america, the world immediately condemned their actions and going back to the multilateral action and not doing it alone and not being the new world order. >> right. but one would have liked a little bit more directions as to how important, you know, what are the strategic priorities here? how important is it that the united states go up gaiagainst russia and ukraine for example, and we didn't hear any of that, and i missed it. >> colonel, let me bring you back in, our colleague mark murray pointed nout the tweet, crazy to think that today's west point graduates were all of 9 years old when the iraq war started. as we watched them salute
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Jul 9, 2015 8:00am PDT
of fears regarding china and greece and their economy. joining me live now, tom kellerman, the chief cyber security officer at trend micro previously served on president obama's cyber security commission and on the world bank security team. thank you so much for joining us. >> happy to be here. >> let me get your thoughts obviously online and we know that conspiracy theories can be found on any topic. but when you have anonymous sending out this tweet referring to wall street is it fair this early to dismiss that maybe this could have been something more than a glitch? >> i think that it's not fair to be dismissive whatsoever. the investigation is ongoing. i don't think we're going to understand the truth to this matter for a couple of months yet. the fbi and secret service are fully engaging in the investigation. hopefully they've been allowed in to both united and the new york stock exchange to understand what's occurred. but we need to pay attention to realities here. many times, that's software glitches occur internally or they can be introduced by a hacker. so that's the real qu
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Jul 10, 2015 8:00am PDT
goal with china and then taking off her shirt to celebrate that win. that's when team usa got the world championship. brandi welcome, i want to start with you. your thoughts today as -- well let's just look back at 1999. you guys didn't get a ticker tape parade but how much does that speak to todayie's popularity and what you guys started with women's soccer? >> well i just think it speaks volumes about how women in sports and women in general have made great strides it be considered equal. i know we still work very hard to make that happen in other ways. but i think this validates us on the playing field with the greatest of the great, and as i'm watching the parade right now, i'm just -- i have a huge smile on my face and i know what those ladies are feeling, how proud they are of their efforts, and as an american today, i'm very proud of this women's world cup team and actually what's happening in south carolina at the same time. >> it's pretty extraordinary. i just want to comment on your thoughts with christy rampone. she played 16 years ago on that team that won. you were on
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