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Aug 16, 2015 8:00am PDT
orship journalists face in china. concerns from bernie sanders fans about press bias. >>> the biggest media standoff of the week. there is a full-blown cold war now between donald trump and fox news. it all stems from the way megyn kelly questioned trump at the first gop debate. we were talking about trump attacking fox and whether he actually referred to kelly's menstrual cycle while criticizing her. there was a flurry of phone calls between trump and the powerful fox news boss roger ailes. on monday the two men seemed to strike a truce. trump stopped attacking fox and fox started covering him again. then, kelly went on vacation. you're probably wondering why is that a big deal? it shouldn't have been a big deal. she deserved a vacation. rumors were flying saying she had been sidelined by ailes or to apiece trump. the rumors are not true but trump was asked if he saw a connection between kelly's time off and the debate fallout. here is what he said. >> there probably was but i wouldn't know about it. i hope she is well and feeling fine. i hope she comes back and she's going t
CNN
Apr 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
raises journalistic questions we'll get into. >>> and the search for the malaysian jet liner from china's perspective. they have their own thoughts on the recovery and some conspiracy theories, too. >>> david colbert taking over for david letterman on the late show. he's a likeable guy, so we all want to see him make this work, right? wrong. welcome to 21st century america, or seemingly, anything divided along political lines. my weekly look at stories that get twisted by the partisan media. in this case a lot of conservative media big shots think cbs is showing bias by bringing colbert over from comedy central. see what rush limbaugh had to say on thursday. >> i'll give you the short version. cbs has just declared war on the heartland of america. no longer is comedy going to be a covert assault on traditional american values, conservatives, now it's just wideo out in the open. they've hired a convert to be on a comedy show. >> we might be hearing more of that in the months to come. bill o'reilly brought up colbert and criticized him before the late show announcement. here's what he said
CNN
Dec 22, 2013 8:00am PST
" facing a third round of criticism and clock is ticking for american correspondents in china. will they be allowed to stay in the country? we'll have that and a revealing interview with the ceo of politico and we'll be talking about this tweet that started a social media witch-hunt this weekend. it's time for "reliable sources." >>> good morning. welcome to a freakishly warm washington. there were a lot of big stories this week. congress passed a budget. the stock market reached record highs, a roof collapse on a packed london theater, a federal judge said nsa's bulk collection of our telephone records was likely unconstitutional and the government continued to stone wall reporters who keep asking why the pentagon launched a drone strike that killed innocent people in yemen. those stories barely stood a chance against this. >> "duck dynasty" star phil robertson making comments. >> the home of "duck dynasty" has declined all of our interview requests this week. before i bring in our panel, i want to let you know i have an unusual relationship with a & e. lifetime is developing a mov
CNN
Aug 13, 2017 8:00am PDT
what is happening behind the scenes here in beijing where i am now, because ho china does have an important role to play here. they have agreed, they voted in favor of that seventh round of u.n. security council sanctions, the first time they've ever approved sanctions after a missile test. normally they might abstain but they of never said we disapprove of this. clearly china indicating that ear more concerned about north korea's icbm program than they have been in the past. we know there was an editorial in the global times this week where china called to remain neutral if north korea were able to fire the first shot, this is an editorial of not the official government line but gives you insight into what were more hawkish views inside the government. they said china stayed neutral if north korea fires the first shot. the united states and south korea launch a preemptive attack, china may get involved. that's pretty significant because a lot of the cal clue calculus is what would happen fit's north korea and the united states, but if you factor in china, that changes the dynamic
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Mar 30, 2014 8:00am PDT
anything more about this story, even though i lived in malaysia, i've lived in china, i've taken that flight and that pilot. i have the quadrifecta. but it seems there's an ample number of people to discuss the story op cnn. as time went on i thought the filling time and speculating was growing larger and larger. i felt i should back off from that. >> it's a point you made on your block earlier this week which is how to think about speculation. there's lots of different kinds of speculation the media engages in. and one of the points you mooid in your column is that we should seek out the experts, the people who really know what they're talking about. you named miles o'brien, for example, who's now back at cnn here as an aviation analyst covering this story. >> right. and les abandon who is also one of your aviation analysts. on the one hand, this story is by definition mysterious. everything about it, three weeks in, we don't know much about it. and since commercial airline travel is now statistically so safe when something does go wrong it's almost always something odd. so there is
CNN
Nov 24, 2013 8:00am PST
got back from china and you were telling me you think maybe this incident might be coincidental to the chinese actually cracking down on visas for journalists. >> it's related in time. it's part of one big concern that is connected which is chinese government at a time when its opening economic reforms at home is much tighter on foreign criticism of all kind. there's a sense which the bloomberg story seems to fit into of the fear of self-censorship and biting tongues on the part of foreign media and universities too. >> if this story is true, does it turn western media outlets into an adjunct? >> bloomberg is a financial services committee that has a side business. we viewed that as a good thing for bloomberg journalism because they can support this investigative work. this suggests that if the main business operations in china are threatened, journalism could be sacrificed. we should note that bloomberg denies this although so far denials have been strong but vague. meanwhile, we have normal news organizations that feel as if they have to keep fighting to do their stories and to g
CNN
Apr 22, 2013 1:00am PDT
>> we will be live at the pip center of a deadly earthquake in china and update the other major new stories of the day. >> we begin with the latest investigation on to the boston marathon attack. >> authorities believe the brothers who allegedly carried out the deadly bombings were planning more attacks. they also believe at this point that tamerlan and his older brother dzhokhar were acting alone. tamerlan was killed by police. >> his young brother remains hospitalized with a wound to his neck and handcuffed. >> right now, dzhokhar is unable to talk. pamela brown is at the hospital what are you learning about his condition? >> we are learning that dzhokhar tsarnaev has a serious gunshot wound to the neck and is unable to speak. even so, federal prosecutors are expected to file charges soon. those charges could include terrorism charges and murder state charges at the very least. now, over in cambridge, richard donahue injured thursday night with suspects remains in critical condition. doctors yesterday said he barely made it but now they're cautiously optimistic about his condition
CNN
Nov 4, 2012 11:00am EST
china. mitt romney will fight for every american job. >> now in a "new york times" front page story. not a column or editorial, it was at the impression the move would come to jobs in ohio. >> i think this is very rif yk for the romney campaign and blew up in their face, and i'll tell them why. >> should straight journalists be saying that's a misleading ad? >> they didn't say it. the president of gm came out -- >> afterward. >> -- and said wrong. they have just hammered romney on this. the poignant comment to make is the political media. when you get right down to saying something that's not true, particularly in the day of fact checkers, it's dangerous. >> i would argue, debra, the fact checkers have a less. in this ad the wording is very careful. sold chrysler to italians who are going to build jeeps in china. it doesn't say but implies that some of those are the american jobs. >> here's what sort of drives me crazy about this. i look them up. i look them up on the ad and he gives it four pinocchios and he writes, quote, technically correct but misleading. i don't know. if it's t
CNN
Mar 18, 2012 11:00am EDT
helper in china. none of the three key anecdotes that appeared in the radio piece could be corroborated, and he lied about it. >> we'll get further into that in a second. given the fabrications here, one lie piled on another, and you have written about this. where does this fit? >> it's pretty prominent. i think it's somewhere up there. it's definitely top five, top ten. i would say. i think it's also top five, top maybe two or three in terms of how they handle it. they came out straight. they did a huge, you know, 58 minutes on my podcast. in addition to an entire edition of "this american life "toy correct the record, and it was incredibly compelling piece of journalism that correction of the record. i think that if it was an egregious mistake, it was a glorious, glorious correction. >> one that they would like to -- yes, i agree with you. it's a first class retraction, that we invited ira glass to appear on this program this morning. he was not able to do that, and mike daisy did not respond for our e-mail inquiries. let me go back to new york. just let's tease this out a little bit,
CNN
Jan 13, 2013 8:00am PST
. the second biggest subway system in the world is also in china. it is shanghai. london and new york come third and fourth respectively. thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. i will see you next week. stay tuned for "reliable sources." >>> there were plenty of predictions after the tragedy of newtown that the media would lose interest, that the subject of guns would quickly fade. that hasn't happened. when joe biden weighing in this week and some television commentators pushing the issue. such as when cnn piers morgan invited a controversial talk show host who wants him deported for his views on gun control. >> 1776 will commence, again, if you try to take our firearms! >> alex, i get accused when i get you guys on of talking over you and trying to be rude. i'm trying to be civil. >> are the media conducting a serious debate or an incendiary one? >>> lance armstrong after a decade of denial is heading to oprah's couch to confess to doping. but does she still have the cultural clout to save him? >>> in other sports news, brent musburger spending too much time di
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 8:00am PDT
emerging economies like brazil, india, and china have kept interest rates high. that gives them a secret weapon in their arsenal. they can lower rates if growth continues to slow. >>> thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. i will see you next week. stay tuned for "reliable sources." >>> it wasn't exactly stunning news, but it was news he had never before publicly acknowledged. when anderson cooper said, yes, i'm gay, he didn't do it in front of the cameras where he makes a living but in an e-mail. "i've always been open and honest about this part of my life with my friends, my family, my colleagues. in a perfect world, i don't think it's anyone else's business. but i do think there is value in standing up and being counted." so is it any of our collective business? and why did the cnn anchor finally feel compelled to come forward? >>> rupert murdoch chides mitt romney on twitter, and his "wall street journal" follows up by slamming the candidate. is the media mogul leading a right-wing revolt against romney? >>> the "politico" reporter who lost his job after
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Nov 16, 2014 8:00am PST
confrontation. >>> and an american correspondent in china speaking truth to power and then being ignored. see why president obama says he was impressed. >>> and later millions of zens wrote messages to an obscure government agency. i'll tell you why john olver is getting the credit. >>> we begin this morning with this. bill cosby is an american icon, one of the most popular television stars in the history of the media. for many people it's almost imobviously to believe that bill cosby or cliff huxtable, could be accused of sexual assault, but this week there was a firestorm surrounding allegations that he did sexual assault several women. these charges are not new. they were first brought up in 2005. one woman sued and another one public on the "today" show with allegations. but cosby was never charged with any crime. his representative says he does not want to address old allegations but through his attorneys he has emphatically denied these charges in the past. this latest chapter began on monday on twitter when cosby posted a comical picture of himself and invited comment. hundreds of
CNN
Mar 10, 2013 8:00am PDT
. itune.com/fareed. this week's book of the week is david shambaugh's eye china goes global." he talks to chinese leaders and demonstrates the nature and extent of china's global power and amount bishions but perhaps most surprisinglsurprisingly, i china is about to take over the world, you need to read this excellent book. now for the last look. tensions are high enough between israel and post revolution egypt but now they threaten to get truly biblical. you see the border between the two nations has always been a point of contention. it's historically been one of israel's toughest spots to defend against illegal immigrants, against would be terrorists. there's locusts swarming over the border. if you remember your biblical history it was egypt plagued with locusts a among other things. when the plagues were over and the israel lights were spared, passover. guess what, passover is two weeks from tomorrow. and this time the swarms hit both countries so maybe those bright egyptians and israelis can use this as a way to come together for good against a common enemy, locusts, find a
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Apr 16, 2017 8:00am PDT
president explain the history of china/north korea relations. quote, after listening for ten minutes, i realize that it's not so easy. this quote left cnn's anderson cooper almost speechless. >> president trump said in the wall street journal after listening to the chinese president explain the history of china and north korea for ten minutes, he realized it's not so easy. i mean, is that -- i -- i -- i'm -- i really am speechless. i don't know why i'm reacting like this. >> he said the same thing about health care. >> it's the same thing. nobody knew health care was so complicated. everybody knew it was really, really complicated. >> she is right. back in february, trump said this about health care. >> i have to tell you, it's an unbelievably complex subject. nobody knew that health care could be so complicated. >> this really exposes the tensions between the president and his press corps. it seems the president says he's just learning. i think this exposes a deeper issue of competing realities about this administration based on the news sources you choose, you may be seeing an alte
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 11:00am EDT
talking about how anderson's coming out has inspired an activist in china to suggest that there might be a day in december where all the homosexuals in china might come forward. and also come out. it's much more dangerous to be out as a gay person in china. so there's a resonance to this coming out that even goes beyond what we know in the united states. and i think assuming that people knew he was gay without it being reported is a dangerous assumption. want to point out one other thing. there's a dynamic that academics talk about called linked fate in and people in minority groups sort of judge their actions according to how they will affect the entire minority group. and we're used to seeing that with black people. and i think that's happening in the gay community, as well. and i think that's something that anderson cooper was struggling with. how does his actions affect the overall group versus what he would prefer to do in his personal life. >> right. and mike, you have written an adult public figure living in the closet is often seen as sad and pathetic and living a lie. i don't kn
CNN
Mar 23, 2014 8:00am PDT
images were released by china and australia. searchers did find something yesterday, a wooden pallet with strapping belts floating in the water, pallets are used in the airline industry but they're also used in shipping so it's not clear where this came from. malaysian authorities said today the last transmission from the plane at 1:07 a.m. the night it disappeared showed nothing unusual and the plane was still heading at that point for beijing and that could debunk the idea that the plane's computer was reprogrammed before that turn to take a different route. i'm joined by andrew stevens, live in perth, australia. andrew, now two satellite images, new satellite data from france focusing and showing some possibly large pieces of debris in that area. has that changed the search or increased any hopes that they're going to find something? >> it's increased hopes they're going to find something, jim. the australian prime minister was sounding very hopeful this morning, talking about the credible new leads in the satellite images coming from china and also the debris that pallet you talk
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Dec 11, 2016 8:00am PST
of china chang kai-shek. at the time of course, the united states did not have diplomatic relations with mainland china. the taiwanese haven't forgotten this presidential visit to the i land and last year pledged a $1 million donation towards an eisenhower memorial in washington, d.c. thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. i will see you next week. . >>> i'm brian stelter. it's time for "reliable sources" our weekly look at the stories behind the stories, lou the media, would and how the news gets made. welcome to viewers here in the u.s. we have a packed show ahead for you this hour. with donald trump showing no signs of toning down his twitter attacks, so what do his tweets he will us about our next commander in chief. >> i'll ask an all-star panel. >>> hillary clinton speaking out warning against the real life dangers from fake news stories. former executive editor of "the new york times" jill aim ram son is here to weigh in. first, donald trump in denial. this morning trump is reacting to news reports that cia officials believe russia was trying to put him
CNN
Sep 15, 2013 8:00am PDT
. they say i know i should pay attention it israel or egypt or china but i don't want to say i don't know anything about it. just being able to go to people and say, hey, you're kind of embarrassed but you're always smart and curious and an intelligent person and i'll talk to you like i respect you but acknowledge you don't know where syria is on a map. >> some basic things you point out is number one what is syria? number eight, what's the big deal with chemical weapons? you have done these lists before and they haven't been as successful. what about this one hit that sweet spot for you or for your audience? >> people have known for a while that what's happening in syria is really important but sotorie like this are broccoli on the news plate. it's tough. you don't want to. they said, okay, i' have to lean about it but nobody is writing for people who are just coming into it. we have a tendency, people like me who write about foreign affairs, to write for the other experts, to write for our friends at the council on foreign relations or we kind of make the mistake of assuming people
CNN
Aug 24, 2014 8:00am PDT
all expecting the big one to come rolling around. as far as the china and the shelf falling off the shelf and a fruit bowl, pictures falling. >> so it's 8:00 a.m. now. have you been able to get back to sleep? >> definitely not. everyone -- no one has actually gone back to sleep in our house yet. everyone is rattled. the adrenaline rush is certainly keeping us all awake. >> i hope the aftershocks will not bug you all too much. as you know you sometimes feel smaller tremors afterwards. hopefully nothing as serious as what you felt this morning. >> thank you. >> let me go to jennifer gray to talk about the aftershocks because often times the experience for days and weeks afterwards. how many aftershocks have we seen so far? >> we have seen well over 20 small ones. we had a couple of hours ago at 2.5 and then one at 3.6. that has been the largest one. we have been talking about the violent shaking that over 100,000 people have felt. that was the number thrown out there earlier this morning. and they say that it was very, very strong ju as these people were saying everyone obviously ratt
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Feb 12, 2017 8:00am PST
the special relationship we have with britain. he's reaffirmed the one china policy with china. this is signs of a stable, sensible world leader. i think you're going to see more of that. he's not done anything out of norm or anything bizarre in foreign policy. that will be a sign of how he's going to behave on domestic policy and really he wants to be judged by his results. he's a business guy. if he makes the bottom line works for millions of americans he will be relekked a re-electe popular. >> thank you for being here. >> i'll see you. >>> coming up on the show, right after the break was it a coeisenhowc coindense that trump was only called on two reporters? afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. withevery late night...g... and moment away... with every click...call...punch... and paycheck... you've earned your medicare. it was a deal that was made long ago, and aarp believes it should b
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Mar 12, 2017 8:00am PDT
travel especially to place like china, we haven't run into a challenge with communicating the american perspective and the american message. you have journalists like kim, like others who have gotten to know the secretary of state who often travel and get to know other members of the u.s. diplomatic corps and come to understand their perspective. if we leave that to state owned media like china, the united states perspective isn't projected in the way it could be. that's going to really impact how foreign publics look at what we're trying to say and what we're trying to do and can hinder u.s. foreign policy. >> hinderson said he is taking a smaller plane. journalists can fly commercial and will fly commercial. is that good enough? >> it gets very complicated to try to catch up with a secretary of state who is flying on his own plane. when you're trying to catch up commercially, the timings don't always work. it's not like trying to criss cross america where you can cover the campaign trial without necessarily being on the plane of the candidate. it's important to remember that
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Dec 17, 2017 8:00am PST
262 journalists jailed worldwide with the bulk of them in turkey, china and egypt. his case is unique. let's start with that. his attorney joins me now. eduardo beckett, the attorney for emilio. also with me the advocacy director at the committee to protect journalists. let's start with the cases in texas. what is his current status? >> his current status right now, he's detained at the el paso detention interest and we filed a emergency stay of removal with the board of immigration appeals that is approved and we're waiting on the board so he can having another chance to apply for asylum and asking the board of appeals to grant him asylum and asking for i.c.e. department of homeland security to release him on humanitarian parole. >> so the u.s. says he's here illegally and has to go home. is it that simple? >> he entered legally in 2008. and he basically turned himself in to ask for asylum. he has been criticizing mexican government security forces in particular, the military. he's right now being treated like a criminal. we call it the criminalization of asylum. the denial of
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Aug 3, 2014 8:00am PDT
can't print $3 trillion. the fed cannot be our biggest lender to china. i know all of the bankers. i know all of the people who have all of their harvard and columbia, you know, economic degrees and they're all trained to think like one group. let me tell you something, when this thing starts to shake apart, god help us all. how do -- how do you print a trillion dollars, 2 trillion dollars? how do you have the fed be our biggest debtor -- i mean, our biggest lender over china. i know what china can do. what does the fed do that they can carry 1 trillion, $2 trillion of our debt? that's all paper games. show me in history where that's worked? i don't know how it falls apart, but i can tell you, if it doesn't, it's the -- i'm not the crazy one. i'm the one saying in history it's never worked, ever. never not once. >> there is so much here. i want to show you more of my interview with glen right after this quick break. stay with me. from 2000 to 2011, on average 17 manufacturers a day shut down in america. there's no reason we can't manufacture in the united states. here at timbuk2, we
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Jan 4, 2015 8:00am PST
be driven to a cemetery where he will be laid to rest. liu came to the u.s. from china at the age of 12 the only child of his loving parents. he got married just this september. his widow gave this tearful statement two days after her husband's tragic death. >> this is a difficult time for both of our families but we will stand together and get through this together. thank you. >> so let's begin our coverage by going to brooklyn where miguel marquez is standing by at the funeral home. tell me where you are and what you're seeing around you. >> reporter: well we're right outside the funeral home. i can tell you many of the officials who are meant to be here today have arrived. we have not seen the fbi director here yet, but the mayor and the police commissioner arrived and perhaps emblematic of how things are going for the city and for this mayor and his own police force, bill bratton, the police commissioner got out of his car and glad handed and spoke to many of the officers there. he is the police commissioner after all. these are his guys. the mayor showed up ten minutes after alo
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Oct 5, 2014 8:00am PDT
democracy in a city a administer by china. the organizers can not get their message through the china's government-run media. and so how are they communicating? i am looking forward to this story, because we have our reporter claudia ho who is up late to the talk with us. so tell us friday what happened friday because you were speaking in one of the protest sites, and you broke down and ended up crying. tell us what happened. >> well, i was rather upset. thanks to the hong kong thuggish government, they certainly gave the hong kong people the impression that the local police would work with thugs and goons to disp pers the occupied crowds in hong kong, and that is what has happened. i was in that particular neighborhood for the days on end, and four days altogether, and -- i had mothers with young toddlers and babies, and all saying that all we are doing is trying to fight for what we deserve, to turn hong kong into a better society for our children. and at that point, i was slightly upset, and i sort of snapped a tiny bit, yep. >> and so tell me how you are getting the message out in t
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Sep 23, 2012 8:00am PDT
china, using a cabinet member to go ou to the states, announcing grants that are well timed. you also say that george w. bush did this and bill clinton did this. why is this important to point out. >> they have to run what their operations are and what tactics they use. president obama just this last week announces a wto complaint about china and i thifrg it's important to peel back the surface a little bit and see wait's about. the complaint is very substantive. it's months of lawyering and campaign documents. it's not something the campaign can do. how you take advantage of it can do that. >> before we go to break -- and we have go to break -- i want to put up a chart. trusted media. look that line. 46% back in 1997 had little or no confidence in the mass media. it's now up to 60%. it's a stunning verdict against our news business. >>> up next, the president and letterman. how did the chat shows take over the campaign. flo: every driver is different. we've got great news for them all. you can try snapshot from progressive before you switch your insurance. [ horn honks ] just plug sn
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Sep 4, 2011 8:00am PDT
chop sticks a day. and lee sells them to the chinese. you see, it turns out china is running out of wood, and georgia's soft poplar trees are apparently perfect. lee better keep chopping. china uses 45 billion chop sticks every year. the correct answer to the gps challenge question was b, the average $20 bill lasts only two years in circulation. the life span of a $1 bill is even shorter, 1.8 years. maybe we ought to consider going the way of the canadian looney and having a coin. go the our website for more. thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. ly see you next week. stay tuned for "reliable sources." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> i admit maybe we're playing along with the press pack on this one, but sarah palin showed up in iowa yesterday with reporters in tow. are we falling for yet another presidential tease? what to make of dick chain nay's media blitz? are the anchors holding him accountable? >>> hurricane irene, i say television was swept away with breathless coverage. we'll ask two critics whether i'm all wet. >>> as the media gear up for t
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Nov 3, 2013 8:00am PST
border between afghanistan and china. 3.5 hours. so perhaps you can have dinner in china and step across the border into afghanistan and there's still time for a late lunch. anyone know a good lunch spot? thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. i'll see you next week. stay tuned for "reliable sources." >>> across the atlantic, a case that promises to reveal secrets on how rupert murdoch's tabloids really operated and cozy relations of his editors with tom law enforcement officials and revelations stemming from charges of phone bribe bribery. >> accused of snooping for snoops by eavesdropping. >> it will be fascinating to hear what comes out of it. it changed how the tabloid media operated in great britain. >> the court was told the "news of the world" paid private investigator in excess of 100,000 pounds a year for his hacking duties. prosecutors say this must have required high level approval. >> a source whose credibility has been challenged. we'll look at a story and that source and how it has become a political football. plus, an intense exchange between t
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Apr 30, 2017 8:00am PDT
always been different. last year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. >>> 101 days in and president trump says the gig is hard. >> this is more work than in my previous life. i thought it would be easier. >> there's no turning back now, so what's working and what's not in the white house. >>> and global pressure increases after another ballistic missile as president trump warns of possible war. >> we could end up having a
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Feb 19, 2017 8:00am PST
numbered. this week the head of china's national bureau of stati tstati vowed to severely punish those who create these alternative facts. perhaps we need an agency like that here in the united states. tha thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week, and i'll see you next week. >>> it's time for "reliable sources." this is our weekly look at the story behind the story and how the media really works. how the news gets made. first this comment. the american press is stronger than any demagogue but president trump's attack do present real challenges. that's what today's program is about. for as long as i've been alive and as long as you've been alive, no leader of the free world has publicly spoken this way about the press. >> the press honestly is out of control. those are critical leaks. the leaks are real. the news is fake. fake immediate imedia. failing new york times. >> impartial, free and fair. >> just like cnn. >> watch how friendly he is. sit down. i understand the rest of your question. the tone is such hatred. >> poison. that's what it is. it's a verbal fo
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Aug 18, 2013 11:00am EDT
. there's so much competition now in cable news, including planned or already on the air networks from china, russia, univision with abc, fox just started a sports network. is there room for another news network? >> i think it's a great time to launch. just this week vice, which used to be a canadian music magazine was valued somewhere close to the valuation of "the new york times" courts the business sites, its u.s. traffic this week passed that of the economists in the u.s. at "time" where i work we just launched an interactive film unit. there's so much ferment and excitement and so to see it's all in the execution. >> they say that there's a 55 million strong untapped audience. do you think all those people really want more news? the cable news universe is still pretty small compared to the general television. >> you know, one of the great questions, even the amir of qatar will eventually get tired of supporting a thousand employees if the ratings don't support it. i think they seem to be aiming big and broad. in a sense almost disowning their roots and whether that's the right strategy
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Oct 21, 2012 11:00am EDT
for the fact that he lost the debate on issues line the economy and china and trade and they're trying to put it on these sort of issues whether candy crowley didn't state what they stated in the rose garden. >> jennifer. i'd like to think i'm that popular, but i'm not. first listen, he didn't lose the debasement his trajectory in the debate has conned. >> the press is biased against romney, why are we not seeing more prominent stories about the his parent shift in tone? >> i think it's a miss knowner, however, that he has changed in substance. he has certainly changed in tone and that's evident for a candidate who's ahead at the end of the race who wants to reach out to pure moderates. the president right now is in a hole so he's still reaching out with extreme statements on abortion, flogging this story on the binders, going to college campuses. he has a problem with his base. rochlny has moved beyond that and he's now moved toward independent voters. >> i have half a minute for you cocomment. david schuster. >> first of all, jennifer, you yourself said president obama need as
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Mar 13, 2011 11:00am EDT
examine coverage from hong kong, mike chanoi of the u.s. china institute. and callie crosley, former abc producer who host as a show on wbgh radio. and gary tuchman, national correspondent. gary, i'll start with you. what is it like to drive through that devastated region? how do you deal with the emotional impact of seeing all the rubble and knowing that many, many people have died? >> you know, we went through this a year ago, howie, in haiti. 300,000 people died on january 12, 2010. and the aftershocks for days and weeks afterward. people were so scared to go back into their houses. what's different this time is all of the cameras, video still cameras, taking pictures. so people all over the world can see from so many different angles what happened and also the difference this time, the tsunami. the differences between this and haiti, is the tsunami that has killed most of the people. we're in a town today, town called minamisanriku, japan. 20,000 people lived there before. 9,500 people are missing. the earthquake didn't clear these people. we don't know if all of the people are dead.
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Jun 8, 2014 8:00am PDT
. house of cards, by the way, in china is an enormous hit. i talked to kevin spacey last week who talked about doing a live show and he said he does a show regularly there and he's always well received but this time he was like elvis and people just love him because they love francis underwood. >> netflix said in that case, more people watching the show. more people watching the show for more hours than house of cards. they're both a successful show. orange is the new black is the largest one recently. >> not from a third party like nielsen. by choosing not to release ratings, you're also making a statement about people's viewing habits are changing. people aren't watching at the same time. they're watching on their own schedules. >> that's right. we value that viewing equally a year later or the night we go live. for some people who really love "orange is the new black" a lot of them will watch all 13 hours in the first 13 hours of availability when it comes on. but for the vast majority of the people, they will watch at their own pace whenever they want, in whatever phase they want. th
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Mar 20, 2011 11:00am EDT
china on friday completely brought to a halt, declared aid moratorium. they were planning to build 100 nuclear power stations. >> if you're an average citizen worrying about your nuclear neighbor, it's not the old story about the original mark one designed by ge that's the problem, it's the real situation, how do you continue to cool the reactor. and new reactors have new designs that don't require electricity to get water. that's the kind of thing we need to hear about so we can make a judgment. >> i would have thought this japanese nuclear crisis, something the whole world seems to be coming together out of concern, that it would sort of transcend partisan politics but there has been criticism from the right aimed at two favorite targtsz, the media and president obama. take a look. >> i actually heard a cnn reporter ask, hopefully is there widespread looting going on. they are looking for disaster. they want disaster upon disaster. they want the nuclear meltdown. they want the japanese syndrome, if you will. they want this stuff. this is just the wanton spreading of fear when in fact
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Feb 26, 2017 8:00am PST
accounted for 13% of global arms imports. saurk was ne saudi arabia was next followed by china and algeria. thanks to you for being part of my program this week. i'll see you next week. >>> i'm brian stelter. it's time for reliable sources. it's about how the media really works, how the news gets made. we're live at cnn center in atlanta getting a view of political coverage from outside the new york, d.c. corridor. the editor of the atlanta constitution will offer a local perspective, coming up. with president trump tweeting this morning about the paper of record, dean mckay is here for an exclusive interview. >>> later, are reporters fact checking trump the wrong way? a world renownedling linguist is joining me. >>> on friday when sean spicer was holding a press gaggle, he blocked reporters from cnn and other outlets from attending. a move that was surprising for even the most experienced. cnn said we will keep reporting regardless. saturday, prumesident trump sai he will skip the white house correspondent dinner. you see him there in 2011. he hasn't been since. he is doubling dow
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Apr 23, 2017 8:00am PDT
being promoted when she is the best person on my team right now? they went along with it. china has been named in a -- >> the current co-president of -- >> yes. >> you have to look at that. if the murdock brothers go there that's when it gets messy. you cut off the head. you got rid of the new face but there's a lot more work to be done for fox. i really believe that. if they stop here they will have a problem. i think some of that will come up in that european testimony. >> 90% of fox employees know about the hot line to call. what does it mean for further exposures to lawsuits. there are other spending lawsuits. it is easier to settle for a lower amount? >> it does that they trying to revamp the corporate culture. it doesn't excuse any nam. because buz -- if that is the case, if they essentially sanctioned. they say look, you no longer do with grechen carlson. now you're aware of bill o'reilly and other settlements. surely you knew about my case as well. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> tomorrow fox starts a new line up in the our nightly news la later tonight. sign up ri
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Dec 28, 2014 8:00am PST
these huge clusters of thunderstorms. here's the south china sea, it dies down a little bit and then it flares up. that's the kind of thing that we're going to see. one other thing that we look at is the water temperature here if it is indeed a search and rescue rescue the water temperature is here running between 80 and 85 degrees. >> one possible bit of good news there. let me ask two aviation experts about this stet of facts that we have. a former farks aa safety management expert and former managing director of the ntsb. tell me peter, when we hear about this report that the pilot requested to guyhigher why would he do that and is that a normal thing to do? >> it's a normal procedure that a pilot will take. he's trying to figure out a way to get around the most serious storm clouds if he couldn't convert, i think he's going to make an attempt to fly over it. there isn't anything unusual about that at all. it happens on many flights every day. >> why would there have been no distress signal in a situation like this? >> during this time there's a lot going on in the cockpit, he's r
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Mar 20, 2016 8:00am PDT
coal is now responsible for under 70% of china's total electricity. thanks to all of you for being part of my program. i'll see you next week. >> hey, good morning. i'm brian skelter and it's time for reliable sources. a weekly look at the stories behind the stories. how news and pop culture get made. new this hour, the infamous spat with donald trump and whether he's ever going to get a proper interview with the g.o.p. front runner. a lot that explains a lot about this election season. we examine people's brains while watching a g.o.p. debate. we're going to show you this is your brain on trump. plus nina, the supreme court discussing big interview with president obama about his supreme court justice case and whether it's dwigivided the cas. first troubling behavior by donald trump's right hand man. take a look at this video from trump's rally in arizona last night. the trump campaign claims he did not yank on the collar of the protester. the video shows otherwise. it's enough to congresser up the phrase who are you going to believe? me or your lying eyes. i think it's important t
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Oct 18, 2015 8:00am PDT
circulate in countries with fully nude images. the brand is huge in china but the magazine can't with sold there. you might be success fiacrifici domestic audiences in favor of an international audience that can't be print subscribers. >> most of your revenues come from television and not print magazine? >> i'm the largest internet content provider for adult content, broadcast television in the world. that's what our main focus is. we place little emphasis on publi publishing. i'll take a little bit of issue about what playboy might gain they say they want to do great lifestyle pieces and more good investigative journalism. you're lucky if you can break two stories. you really lucky. >> you're saying the market for this kind of article this kind of market is oversaturated. are you still offering to pay hundreds of thousands of millions of dollars for information about sex scandals? >> we sill have our bounty out there. >> a bounty. >> yeah, we like to keep politicians honest. there's a scandal. if money is involved, sex involved, it's sex with republicans and money with democrats. >> i'm c
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Mar 4, 2012 11:00am EST
will recall -- people predicted that russia and china wouldn't join us to move towards pressure. in 2010 overwhelmingly comprehensive sanctions. they had slowing the iranian nuclear program and virtually grinding the iranian economy to a halt in 2011. many questioned whether we could hold our coalition together as we moved against iran's central bank and oil exports. friends, europe and asia, and elsewhere are joining us, and in 2012 the iranian government faces the prospect of even more crippling opposition. that is where we are today. because of our work. the leader hipp is dship is div under pressure, and the arab spring -- of course, so long as iran fails to meet its obligation, this problem remains. we must accomplish our objective. in that effort i firmly believe that an opportunity still remains for diplomacy backed by pressure to succeed. the united states and israel both assess that iran does not yet have a nuclear weapon. we are exceedingly vigilant in monitoring their program. now the international community has a responsibility to use the time and space that exists. sanc
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Jul 29, 2012 11:00am EDT
are structurally unsound? that's a fact. what does it mean when we have debt? and by the way, china and japan are not the largest holders of the debt. we are. >> whether it's the budget or foreign trade or gun control, facts are often in despite. why should we trust your facts? >> because our facts will come from original source information. we'll be utterly transparent about that because after you look at the fact you can look at the page and see what others are saying. we'll have left, right, center, white papers, academics and others who will weigh in. there are certain facts that are actually facts. what i want to do is turn it on its head and start with the fact. >> forgive me, but it sounds a little pie in the sky in terms of getting attention in a very crowded media marketplace. >> it's very hard to get attention in a crowded media marketplace, and that's part of the problem. part of the problem is that people are buried by information. and so that's why we're here talking to you. we've got the word out. people can sign up. they can get it. i think that we can have an impact.
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May 28, 2017 8:00am PDT
china, all over the place, in venezuela. and to have to be talking and writing about this in the united states, where we have a first amendment that, in our constitution, puts in protections against -- you know, attacking the press, is really disturbing to me. and i feel as if president trump's attacks on the media have paved the way for this. >> paved the way? >> paved the way. he has normalized hatred and denigration of the press, calling us the enemy of the people. >> he did in this tweet this morning. >> in the tweet storm this morning. and saying we are the most dishonest people. he has normalized hatred towards journalists. >> what do you do with the enemy? you attack. if someone's the enemy, you attack them. i think that is -- >> are we seeing more of this? people have been frustrated with press and have thrown people out of their offices and done other things in the past. it's not brand-new we're seeing it. >> it seems that we are. what is, perhaps, even more -- this is chilling and appalling. but what is maybe more chilling and appalling is the level of support, that som
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Aug 21, 2011 8:00am PDT
, india, china. the world is getting flatter and flatter. and there are just more people. when you put flat and crowded together, more people and more people and able to live like us, energy prices are only going to go one way, but not $2.00. >> you don't think there could be $2.00 a gas, you want to discourage consumption. that's not a popular stance which probably has something to do with why it hasn't happened. >> that's why she's playing to that. it's so unrealistic. let's think about it from the jobs point of view. if the world is getting flat and crowded, what's going to be the next great global industry? it's got to be clean energy that can satisfy that huge growing middle class market. do you want to be telling americans let's keep investing in this old technology and this fuel that's a diminishing resource or should we be looking to create this whole new industry. >> when we look at the coverage of the presidential campaign and the economic -- i guess you'd call it a crisis here in this country because we haven't made the budget cuts that is, andp needs to make, obviously
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Jun 16, 2013 8:00am PDT
inaccessible to the media. he granted an interview to the south china "morning post" this week and he had this to say in that video interview with the guardian's glenn greenwald. >> i think the public is owed an explanation of the motivations behind the people who make these disclosures that are outside of the democratic model. when you were subverting the power of government, that's a fundamentally dangerous thing to democracy. >> and just about everyone on television it seems has a view about snowden, his leaks from the nsa and his motivation. >> i don't think this snowden character is a hero at all. >> whistleblowers in general, we need them and they are heroes. >> i certainly don't think he's a hero. >> i have no doubt that he felt like he had the best intentions. >> as far as him being a hero, yes, he's a hero. did he break a law? perhaps. but many heroes break laws. >> glen greenwald has continued to work on the story and says more exclusives are coming. we invited him back and i spoke to him just a few moments ago from rio de janeiro. >> glenn greenwald welcome. >> good to be h
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Mar 3, 2013 8:00am PST
china and the world." two senior scholars at harvard spent hours with inlegendary founder of singapore and presented his world views in this short book that is packed with intelligence and insight. if you are interested in the future of asia, which means the future of the world, you've got to read this book. >>> now for the last look, harlem shake may be the top single. in egypt, tunisia, there's some serious harlem shaking going on. and it's causing leaders to tremble as it becomes a potent symbol of protest, revolt and defiance. take these kids to a school in tunisia. they danced to the song and posted exploits on youtube. that prompted a quarter of a million hits and reports of an investigation by the country's minister of education and that prompted a backlash. video after video after video of tunesians proudly doing the harlem shake in defiance. and then there's egypt, where the authorities went further and the backlash was worse. four pharmaceutical students were arrested for doing this harlem shake in front of the pyramids and that set off a big reaction. late in the w
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