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FOX News
Dec 5, 2016 12:00pm PST
. plus, how trump is defending his call with the leader of tie wind after china's big complaint. why both he and ivanka had a sit can down with al gore and how the soon to be leader of the free world can't stop tweeting. >>> first this monday afternoon, another surprise in a long list of surprises coming out of trump tower. this president-elect met with the former vice president, al gore today, on the issue of climate change. former vice president gore is a prominent activist in the fight against global warming. donald trump long called manmade climate change a hoax and something created by china, which isn't true. this meeting may be another indication that the president-elect might be willing to change his position on climate change. or it may mean nothing. gore was originally scheduled to meet with just trump's oldest daughter, ivanka, she is decided to take up the issue of global warming we're not sure what she is going to do about immigrant. by the way the "new york post" report newspaper reports ivanka drum and her husband are considering moving to washington. analysts say the
FOX News
Apr 12, 2017 12:00pm PDT
1, will russia veto this resolution. that is expected. number 2, will china vote at all or abstain. rich edson is live with us from moscow on the phone. rich, how is progress? >> shepard, it's clear from what we just saw here in moscow, the united states has substantial differences with russia not only on how to move forward on these issues you just discussed but on the event of what happened last week. they can't even get together on a set of facts. rex tillerson insisting that it is the assad regime that was responsible for using chemical weapons a week ago that prompted the u.s. attack against syria. we asked the russian foreign minister, who is asking if the united nations can move forward on an investigation to figure out who was responsible for that chemical weapons use what russia would do if they discovered that assad was responsible. here's his answer. >> we do not want to speculate on what is really important.on the serious matter of the use of chemical weapons. >> the secretary of state said the united states is looking for a process to eventually lead to a government in
FOX News
Feb 10, 2017 12:00pm PST
president affirmed the one china policy and brought this up at the press conference with prime minister abe because the president said he thought that he might be able to be a good go-between between beijing and tokyo. there's a lot of issues on which japan and china disagree. the president said maybe i can bring them together. here's what he said. >> i think we're on the process of getting along very well. i think that we'll also be very much of a benefit to japan. we had a good talk last night. discussed a lot of subjects. it was a long talk. we're working on that as we speak. >> as part of that conversation, the chinese president invited president trump to come to shine. and president trump invited him to the united states. prime minister abe invited the president to come to japan. guess what, shep? we'll be doing a lot of traveling in the next six to eight months. >> shepard: sounds like food. the kids will forget your name. we're looking at andrews where marine one has landed. they'll make the transition where history is tradition. and i'm curious about this general flynn business. wha
FOX News
Jan 11, 2017 12:00pm PST
china has been reclaiming and building islands in the south >> reports some of these recommissioned areas. we had a resolution called for the obama to take against china. they violated philippine sovereignty, what dew believe be that the position ought to be in the south china sea and more to do to stop china from violating international law? >> we have to take a whole china government approach. part of where we struggle with china and i mentioned in my opening remarks. we have important economic relationships and our economies are intertwined. we have to look at china activities. the one with the island building in south china sea and declaration of a space close to it japan. they are taking territory or declaring control of territories that are not rightfully chinas. the island building in many respectses in high view. putting military assets on that island is akin to russia's taking of crimea. it is taking territory that the others lay claim to. what the u.s. can dispute the area and china should respect the international process. some of their actions were challenged in the cour
FOX News
Jul 11, 2017 12:00pm PDT
missile like the one that north korea tested last week. china is lashing out over calls from beijing to put more prsu on kim jong-un. the chinese foreign ministry said china is not to be blamed for the current escalation of tension, nor does china hold the key to resolve the issue. if china is striving to put out the fire while the others are fuelling the flame, how can china's efforts to achieve expected outcomes? how can the tensions be eased? how can a korean peninsula nuclear issue be resolved? absolving one's self of responsibility is not okay. tearing down bridges after crossing the river is not okay. and then this. stabbing in the back is even less okay. the spokesman didn't name names but comes a week after a phone call between china's president and president trump. according to the state media in beijing, the chinese talks about negative factors affecting the two nations. let's bring in gorden chang, author of "nuclear show down." did the chinese just say without using his name donald trump just stabbed us in the back? >> yeah. >> shepard: is that what they said? >> that's what
FOX News
Aug 8, 2017 12:00pm PDT
, japan, south korea, russia, and china to deal with this. they may have thought they had more time to move towards some multilateral talks, other things. but it seems like we are working at a much faster pace here than perhaps we had thought. >> jon: well, the u.n. just passed a billion-dollar sanction program against the north. is anyone thinking that that's going to be enough to prevent them from, you know, mating these missiles to the miniaturized weapons? >> you know, north korea has survived sanctions time and again. these sanctions are significant diplomatic achievement. whether they will bring them to the table is debatable. i think the role of china remains crucial. and you know, there are many more things that could be done. some of them crippling. but then that escalates the danger of north korea taking steps that might lead to conflict. >> jon: what about iran. we know that iran and north korea are very tightly measured. >measured. is it possible that iranians have been involved with helping them with this program or at least in their icbm program. >> i'm unaware of that i
FOX News
Jul 7, 2017 12:00pm PDT
country, come to britain, come to adjust, come to china, there was no such invitation from putin or given to putin. no, they are not quite bed down for the road in their relationship. >> shepard: a separate meeting kind of got overshadowed by this, he met with the mexican president, of course the wall came up again. >> or the wall didn't come up again, we talk about a lot of issues, drug trafficking, they talked about illegal drug trafficking, "during the bilateral meeting itself, there was no talk about the border wall, certainly no talk about who's going to pay for it, but again, that pesky media that is always down there couldn't help but reminding president trump that he said mexico is going to pay for the wall, watch this. >> do you want mexico to pay for the wall? >> when asked who is going to pay for the well if it was going to be mexico, he sort of said under his breath absolutely. one of those uncomfortable moments, which is why many times these leaders are not exactly thrilled to see the media to be getting in here. >> shepard: understood, john roberts on a noisy smoky day
FOX News
May 31, 2017 12:00pm PDT
china, the benefactor of north korea, there could be more efforts to counter u.s. intentions to rain in the north's kim jong-un. for example, just yesterday, south korea's new president moon, who is said to be seeking a better relationship with china, he lashed out after his own defense ministry failed to notified him that four more bad reese of the thad missile system to south korea. china is afraid they will place them in japan, too, all to block chinese ambitions. >> this is a condition of severe structural stress. in the north korean case in particular, we see ourselves creeping towards basically i've written about this as a cuban missile crisis in slow motion. >> there's further ominous signs that china may be trying to cultivate a better relationship with south korea at the u.s.'s expense. china approved a plan to double its flights to china with chinese approval. there's new cultural exchanges happening. china's moratorium on coal is loosened. the economic exchanges are up 34.7% over last year. yet the u.s. remains hopeful that china can exert influence to stop kim jong-u
FOX News
Apr 19, 2017 12:00pm PDT
overwhelming and effective american response. >> but still, everything really resting on china and whether or not they will join this common idea, this common desire to make the korean peninsula denuclearized. many analysts say they're playing both sides, but the u.s. trying to bring china back in the fold. time will tell. >> shepard: thank you. the last time democrats held a seat in georgia's sixth congressional music, disco was sweeping the country. last night they had a chance to take the seat back for the first time since the 1970s. while democrats did not walk away with a win, they did force a run-off with the top republican contender. we'll look at what this means and the spin from both sides for politics in america. cops in fresno say a man pulled again and started murderering a man at random. we're hearing about what may have driven him to kill. we're approaching the bottom of the hour and the top of the news on fox news channel. men are superior drivers? yeah... yeah, then how'd i get this... ...allstate safe driving bonus check? ...only allstate sends you a bonus check fo
FOX News
Apr 17, 2017 12:00pm PDT
calling on china to help reign in north korea's nuclear program. he said that china is working with america on the north korea problem, which takes us to the white house. john roberts is live on the north lawn. john? >> the posture of this white house compared to past administrations towards north korea, more strident. you saw the big show of military might there with pyongyang saturday. there's some question as to whether or not a lot of those missile canisters may have had something in them or might have been empty. the white house is concerned that kim jong-un is taking a different track than he's predecessor is. in the past, they would threaten the west, launch a missile and have a nuclear test in order to get something. and then deal for it. remember there was the deal with clinton administration and then a deal with the bush administration and then the obama administration. all of this north korea reneged on. the real concern here is that kim jong-un may be trying to get a hydrogen bomb that could be deployed on an intercontinental ballistic missile. that is a line that a lot
FOX News
Aug 11, 2017 12:00pm PDT
you look at the way other presidents have handle north korea, we've tried sanctions, engaging china, direct party talks, six-party talks and none of it has worked. we're now closer to a nuclear icbm-armed north korea than we've ever been. so you may say the tougher rhetoric from the president to impress the regime and to impress the regime in beijing. the flip side is setting red lines. he said a red line if they do any more threats, we'll respond with fire and fury. now he says if they launch missiles towards guam, those will be a response. those are red lines. north korea has gone ahead with threats. let's see if they go with this planned missile test towards guam. if the president doesn't respond, people will wonder is it like barack obama who set red lines and didn't enforce them. so the whole world is watching to see how this president handles this situation. >> this weekend will tell us a lot. probably won't tell us everything. certainly if it's calm, that would be a good indication that things have dialled back. when you mentioned the fire and fury line, fire, fury and power,
FOX News
Oct 24, 2016 12:14pm PDT
disaster. third, i will direct my secretary of the treasury to label china as currency manipulator. they are, they know it. i have a great relationship with china. i've made a lot of money with china. but you know what, they know. they told me. that's how they do it. the single greatest tool they have, currency manipulations. they're grand masters. i congratulate them. i'm not angry at china, i'm angry at our country for allowing them to do it. i'm not angry at china. fourth, i will direct the secretary of commerce, and u.s. trade representative, to use every tool under american and international law to end foreign trade abuses that hurt the american worker. of which there are many things. fifth, i will lift the restrictions on the production of shale, oil, natural gas and clean oil. [ cheers and applause ] we will also put our miners back to work, and we will develop clean coal. [ cheers and applause ] >> donald trump rallying the faithful in st. augustine, florida. there's a reason he's there. early voting
FOX News
May 20, 2014 12:00pm PDT
all dog and cat treats made in china, all of them. no more. after the food and drug administration linked toxic chinese treats to the deaths of more than 1,000 dogs. a thousand of them. according to the fda's web site, pet food product does not need approval before hitting shelves. the fda regulates but don't have to look at it pre-market. the fda reports it's still not sure what the specific cause of the reported illnesses and death is, but most of them reportedly happened after pets had eat 'jerkey treats from china. pet petco is the first store to announce this. >> a group of retired football players claim the nfl turned them into jungies. they say officials doped them. the player says the league illegally obtained and supplied the athletes with certain drugs and pain killers. they say doctors and trainers often never told them how bad their injuries were, but instead fed pills to them to mask the pain. in other words, skip the surgery. get back on the field. they say the teams also ignored the long-term effects of the drugs. some of the former pros say when day retired they wer
FOX News
May 12, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. after decades of keeping their distance, people in china have finally started to hug each other. that's according to the reporting of "the new york times" newspaper. may not seem like that big a deal but it's a major social development in china. anytime "new york times" reports chinese are hugging family, friends, and even foreigners. the communist government def couraged public to displays of affection under chairman mao, but after he died in 1976 the timeses reported everybody in china has started hugging it out. kennedy is the host of the independent on the fox business. they need to be careful. hugging i dangerous. >> it's a gateway drug, the hug. starts with a hug and ends with babies. >> oh, well. you can get a disease. >> but it's not about the fear of mine microbes for the chinese. there were signs all over beijing reminds citizens not to expectorate in the street. a lot of coughing and spitting. >> hugging is one of those things you have to know what you're doing. you've have to know who it is on the other side of the hug. >> you really do. hugging is one of those things where
FOX News
Aug 10, 2017 12:00pm PDT
pointed at china and whether china is doing enough. accounts for 90% of north korea's trade. what heather nauert had to say to that, china has made some progress here but china tends to lose momentum. so the u.s. is trying to stay on china to keep it up and to do more. also, the state department is reiterating that it's not going to negotiate its way back to the table with north korea. north korea has to stop the launches before the u.s. will talk directly, shep. >> shepard: rich edson live at the state department. ahead we'll talk to a journalist that wrote a book on the showdown with north korea. he says the north is testing the president's fire and fury threat. so what should the united states do next? think of it. the president of the united states said to the north koreans, if you threaten us again, fire fury and power. it's coming if you threaten us again. well, they threatened. they threatened to send missiles towards guam to land in the water 20 to 30 miles off the shore. that's a thread, a red line crossed. now what? experience unparalleled luxury at the lexus golden oppo
FOX News
Oct 15, 2015 12:00pm PDT
shows china is home to more billionaires than the united states. a research firm in shanghai says 596 billion billionaires live in china, and 537 live here in the united states. the firm reports it's the first time ever that happened and it comes despite china's economy being a real mess. not that the economy being bad hurts billionaires. we know better than that. the reason according to "wall street journal" is that china's stock market is down, yet it's doing considerably better than this time last year so the rich got richer. the guy in charge of the firm says the report shows the success of online retail and entertainment and other service-based bonuses and china's wealthiest defied gravity. when it comes to money in china we don't know what is real so they mott even neat gravity. we have pictures. hill this next story has to do with grandma who poisoned somebody with a ham. that's one excuse when calling in sick. we wanted to give you some of the worst excuses or best excuses? >> kind of both. best/worth. >> one employee says he broke his arm reaching out to grab a falling sa
FOX News
Dec 22, 2014 12:00pm PST
kind like this. 15-member council, including north korea's ally china as well as the united states, u.k., and russia and others. they're debating whether to try kim jong-un in international court for crimes against humanity. in february, a u.n. report described crimes including murder, enslavement, rape and torture. a human rights investigator said there were many parallels win the evidence he heard and the crimes nazis committed in world war ii. north korea refused to attend today's security council meeting. no shocker there earlier this year north korea leaders released their own report claiming popular masses enjoy genuine human rights. let's bring in stuart holliday, former u.s. ambassador for special political affairs at the u.n. currently the ceo of meridian international center. good to see you. this story is coming together, i'm trying to gather this. so you have heard -- let's start with the breaking news. turning the internet off in north korea. who might have done that? is this something the united states could do? would we be willing to do it? >> well, i think you heard
FOX News
May 29, 2015 12:00pm PDT
sunday anchor chris wallace. >>> also china has been pretty busy lately building islands. have you heard about this? we just learned that country is sending major weapons to some of those islands. stay with us. this is my body of proof. proof of less joint pain. and clearer skin. this is my body of proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis from the inside out... with humira. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further joint damage and clear skin in many adults. doctors have been prescribing humira for nearly 10 years. >>humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers including lymphoma have happened, as have blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone
FOX News
Jun 2, 2016 12:00pm PDT
into conflict. fourth, we need to be firm but wise with our rivals. countries like russia and china often work against us. beijing dumped cheap steel in our markets. that hurts american workers. moscow has taken aggressive military action in ukraine right on nato's doorstep. i've gone toe to toe with russia and china so i know we have to be able to stand our ground when we must, and find common ground when we can. that's how i could work with russia to conclude the new start treaty to reduce nuclear stockpiles and with china to increase pressure on north korea. it's how our diplomats negotiated the landmark agreement on climate change, which trump now wants to rip up. the key was never forgetting who we were dealing with. not friends or allies but countries that share some common interests with us amid many disagreements. donalddonald doesn't see the complexity. he wants to start a trade war with china, and i understand a lot of americans have concerns about our trade agreements. i do, too but a trade war is something very different. we went down that road in the 1930s. it made the
FOX News
May 2, 2017 12:00pm PDT
until then. >> michael, morgan, thanks very much. >> thanks. >> jon: officials in china now weighing in after president trump said he would meet with kim jong-un. details on the reaction from china. north korea's only ally. the state department defending president trump for inviting another controversial leader to the white house. more on that coming up. (man vo) it was may, when dad forgot how to brush his teeth. (woman vo) in march, my husband didn't recognize our grandson. (woman 2 vo) that's when moderate alzheimer's made me a caregiver. (avo) if their alzheimer's is getting worse, ask about once-a-day namzaric. namzaric is approved for moderate to severe alzheimer's disease in patients who are taking donepezil. it may improve cognition and overall function, and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. namzaric does not change the underlying disease progression. don't take if allergic to memantine, donepezil, piperidine, or any of the ingredients in namzaric. tell the doctor about any conditions; including heart, lung, bladder, kidney or liver problems, seizures, stomach u
FOX News
Sep 5, 2016 12:00pm PDT
saying about the dispute in china that almost had officials coming to blows. all ahead in the next hour. >>> i'm gregg jarrett in for shepard smith. there's no holiday town time for hillary clinton or donald trump today. labor day, the unofficial kickoff to the campaign's final phase, and today both candidates making campaign stops in the crucial swing state of ohio. as her campaign prom mitted. labor day is the first time hillary clinton allowed journalists onboard her plane. her team debuting a bigger jet. critics call out clinton for lack of access to supporters but today she surprised them in the back of the many, telling them she is ready to begin the, quote, mad -- to end the campaign. >> i am so happy to have you with me. i have just been waiting for this moment. really. i'll come book and talk to you more but i wanted to welcome you on the plane. >> you can catch the whole tape online and awkward at times. more on clinton in just a bit. donald trump's campaign manager says the billionaire can win the election without the battleground state of pennsylvania. really? donald tr
FOX News
Mar 8, 2017 12:00pm PST
and helping out with the south koreans and china is not happy. the word from the state department is we would talk with north korea. of course, tensions have been rising after north cree launched ballistic missiles. china's top diplomat suggested the united states should end its military drills with south korea. in exchange, north korea would suspend its nuclear program. >> it's like two accelerating trains coming towards each other with neither side willing to give way. the question is, are the two sides really ready for a head-on collision? our priority now is to flash the red light. >> shepard: the united states is not running towards anything with north korea. they're trying to protect the south koreans. today an ambassador do to the -- our ambassador to the united nations said that all options are on the table in dealing with north korea. listen. >> they said their goal is to reach u.s. bases in japan. this is not something we can take lightly. the global community needs to understand every country is in danger from the actions of north korea. >> china is worried about the mi
FOX News
Mar 17, 2014 12:00pm PDT
the same. especially china, which had the most citizens onboard the flight. china says the false information coming out of malaysia has been a waste of time for search crews and, more importantly, waste of time that could have saved lives. listen to the chinese authorities. >> translator: we hope malaysia can take better responsibility in the planning and coordination of the search by providing more accurate information, expanding the search area, and intensifying search efforts. >> experts say you have to remember there's some bad blood between china and malaysia, and it's a very good bet neither one is showing their full hand. their radar or satellite or ables because of national security concerns. >> there are reports the jet -- we know the jet flew to 45,000 feet and then went down to 23,000 feet, and now we're hearing 5,000 feet. what do we know? >> 5,000 feet, when you talked about earlier, common tactic that fighter pilots use and drug runners use to avoid radar. the key thing is exactly where that flight was when it was flying presumably at 5,000 feet. that could tell aut
FOX News
Jan 2, 2015 12:00pm PST
ties to iran, syria, and china. this is the first visible response to the cyber attack on sony which led the studio to pull the release of the movie view -- "the interview." the movie had a limited release on christmas day. >> you mentioned some sanctions have already been improcessed, though. tell us about those. >> these sanctions, the u.s. sanctions date back to george w. bush president george w. bush, back when he was president and president obama himself has issued two rounds of sanctions and this is the third. those three entities have been hit by sanctions, thisindividuals did not. kim jong-un denied that north korea had anything to do with the cyber attack and the country threatened repercussions. president obama sent a letter to congressional leaders explaining his executive order. the order is not at the people of north korea but aimed the government of north korea and its activities. a senior administration official said this was only part of the response for the attack of sony so there will likely be more to come. he said that this cyber attack crossed the threshold
FOX News
Apr 26, 2017 12:00pm PDT
china. we never got any detail on what those moves might be. but i think it's interesting to point out despite the fact that north korea is saying things, the typical bluster of we're going to sink your aircraft carrier if you bring it near the korean peninsula. there hasn't been a missile test since the 18th. even though satellite photos seem to indicate that north korea is planning for another nuclear test, there's been nothing on that front. so maybe in terms of this dance that the president is doing with president xi jinping is happening. here's what sean spacer said it was about earlier today. listen in. >> this is a great opportunity for the senators to get briefed as to what the situation is in north korea and the steps this administration is taking to calm that threat. >> we also had a briefing with the white house chief of staff, reince priebus. a number of us chatted with him. that's when he said there was a trump doctrine that is emerging here in terms of national security in which he's drawing lines. they're not ones that he's articulating to what he will and will not t
FOX News
Nov 14, 2013 12:00pm PST
stake his claim. analysts say this could spark a huge fight with china. they plan to launch a mission to the moon in march. michael gold is joining us from washington, the director of d.c. operations and business growth at bigelow aero space. nice to see you. >> how are you. >> i'm good. there's more than cheese there. what do you hope to do? >> there's a lot of things more valuable than cheese on the map, and we hope to open up the moon to private sector investment for the ben benefit of nasa and get america engaged and on the move again and get us on the moon to develop that for benefits on earth. >> china is going stan -- stand in your way, i'm guessing. >> china is a very interesting situation. they're going to have a rover on the moon next month. they already conduct more space launches than we do per year. and china can launch their people into space and we can't. really what more can you say than that? i think that speaks volumes. >> one thing you're trying to do is set up some sort of inflatable thing where you can live up there and work up there. is that true? >> abso
FOX News
Aug 20, 2015 12:00pm PDT
analysts say it's because of one thing, concerns over the mess in china, the worldest second largest economy. the number of americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits rose but not by mitch. initial claims rose by 4,000, to a seasonally adjusted 277,000. the economists say if the labor market continues to improve, the federal reserve could be on track to raise interest rates in the near future. rick is is a column is in. sounds like next month? >> yes. stock market goes down. we have to remember what goes on. we have had a terrific bull market since 2009, people have made a lot of money, and now we're seeing investors get shaky. we don't know what is going on in china. it's not clear in the outside world. >> china is down an enormous amount from the top. i think some 30%. i forget exactly how much. but we don't have another way of knowing exactly what the chinese economy is like because frankly they won't lot us know. >> right. >> this market tell us us a lot. >> this is not a real stock market to still up something like 100% from a year ago. this is not a completely open m
FOX News
Oct 26, 2015 12:00pm PDT
. >> there's word that the united states navy is send a warship to the south china sea now? and those artificial islands the choice are building. >> reporter: report. the u.s. plans to send navy warship to within 12 nautical miles miles of the island thursday south china sea cho challenge china's claims the islands. i'm told the uss lassen, would be the closest american ship in position. senior pentagon officials are very angry about this leak. the island are those artificial islands that china has building up, addings miles or shoreline and laying down what looked like military runways. i'm told there is some consideration being given to calling off the operation, shift egg theming due to the league and the operational security concerns. defense secretary ash carter and chairman of the joint chiefs >> jennifer, thankÉk you. >>> we're learning new details about the driver who rammed her car interest a crowd at a college homecoming parade in oklahoma. the woman was in court. they talked about bond. her lawyer is raising the been drunk but deranged. brant new details right after
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Dec 19, 2014 12:00pm PST
deal on climate change with china. we saw it on cuba this week, with executive action to start diplomatic relations with the country after half a century, saw executive action on immigration. so i think the president is absolutely prepared to take more executive action, and looks like there's nobody in congress who is either able or willing to stop him. they may end up having to go to the supreme court. on the other hand i think he also is looking at the possibility, with a divided government, with the republicans in control of the house and the senate, the possibility that you could get some congressional action. the way we all learned about it in civics class, and, look, the funding of the government, at the end of this year, during the lame-duck session, you had a bipartisan coalition of republicans and democrats who passed funding for all of the departments except dhs, home lean security, because of immigration, all the way through september of next year. and the president of course signed that. >> some of these things that the president has proposed are -- overall they're
FOX News
Aug 26, 2015 12:00pm PDT
economic trouble in china. fox business network's deirdre bolton is here, the host of "risk & reward." what a swing. >> what a swing. shepard, this morning when i was calling around, one guy said you know what? flip a coin and we'll see where we land because you just alluded to this. yesterday the dow was up 441 points, swung lower. you saw it was like the last 15 minutes of trade. looks like we're holding steady here. what is clear is that volatility is back, and volume as well. if you look at just the number of trades happening, it's about 30% more than average. >> and it's august. it's vacation time. what are we doing? >> it's supposed to be vacation time. >> this is all china, right? all of our fundamentals look great, don't they? >> they do. durable goods orders came in, the best number we've seen in a year. that just means you and i were buying more fridges, more things that take delivery teams. normally that's a great sign. bill dudley, fed president, saying you know what? september rate hike looks unlikely. it means any time you or i borrow money, it's still pretty cheap. goo
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Sep 28, 2015 12:00pm PDT
you have this shift where the new arrivals are coming from asia, china and india. and they're coming for two reasons. one to work in the technology industries and, two, they come to get an education so they can work in at the technology field. at the very same time the study shows that mexico is seeing its own dramatic shift. listen. >> since 2007, there's been a real change in what has been happening in mexico, particularly the economy there has improved some, at least since 2007. and we also see that the demographics of mexico no longer support a large outmigration because there around's many young people and mexicans are having smaller families. >> reporter: right now 47% of u.s. immigrants are hispanic. by 2065 that number is expected to drop to 31%. that is a big-time dip. >> part of this poll here asks americans how they feel about this -- all the immigrants. >> reporter: and not a huge surprise, we have very mixed feelings about whether immigrants have been good or bad for this country. 45% of those polled believe that immigrants are making the country better in the long run.
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Sep 29, 2014 12:00pm PDT
reporting instagram is blocked in mainland china. back to the news deck, julia with incredible images. let's see, julia. >> hey, shep, stunning images out of hong kong. here you see protesters using umbrellas to block pepper spray and tear gas. actually a lot of people on social media are calling it the umbrella revolution right another. here you see a protester using goggles, wrapping saran wrap, to protect his eyes to get a sense of pictures there, you can see tear gas flooding the streets and people trying to run away from it. and then this really amazing shot of crowds flooding police vans to block it from getting through. >> all right, julia. thanks very much. >> thanks, shep. >>> willis report on fox business network. are markets reacting to this? >> it's been a bad news story for the stock market. down 152 points. let me tell you they're dramatic. here's why people are so worried. there have been concerns already about china's economy, that it stopped. and the idea that beijing is going to have to cope with an uprising in hong kong. and has investors worried that sales in that
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Dec 23, 2013 12:00pm PST
pivot to asia. given we have pivoted to asia, how would you assess how things are going with china? >> the problem there is, there isn't enough of a pivot. if you ask the people around china, japanese, south koreans, australians. they'd like to see a greater american presence than they see right now. they're worried that we're still kind of bogged down in the middle east. and they wonder whether with this rising china militarily, they're going to be able to count on us the way they have over past decades. >> and with regard to the middle east, two years ago the president said assad had to go. assad is very much will. >> syria is the greatest problem right now. iran is the larger problem in military terms. but in syria, where the president said he's got to go. the president will walk to the edge of a military strike on chemical weapons and kind of got rescued, vladmir putin. the israelis, the saudis, for others in the region, that looks like an america or a president that just isn't willing to take the additional stems. >> that worries them a lot. >> thank you, sir. >> you are welco
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Mar 11, 2014 12:00pm PDT
lumpur. it takes off and is headed this direction and going to china. by the time it get here's it's been flying about, they tell us, an hour, or a little bit more. it's up to 37,000 feet, and right here is where weirdness starts. it makes this u-turn and heads back. comes in this direction, and there's a tiny island here somewhere. it's so small that when we zoom in on goingle, its doesn't page it up. but it's a tiny island and on this island they have a military radar station. the last time they saw the flight was right in the middle of that. how high was the plane? they haven't told us. at what altitude, what speed, we have no information except to say they caught it there. now, if it had kept going it would have headed like this. this was the general direction it was traveling. if it kept flying, it kept going in that direction, could have gone down here. we're also hearing that transponders sending the plane's location was switched off. not one but two of them. that's what they're saying about this flight path. the question now is, where is it? and who is at the controls? why di
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May 21, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. >> modern day america. >>> petsmart said it will stop selling china made treats. and petco said they're doing the same thing. they have linked toxic chinese treats to the deaths of more than 1,000 dogs. the feds say they do not know the exact cause of those deaths or the cause of some 5,000 reported pet illnesses, but they say in most of the cases the animals had eaten chicken, duck or sweet potato treats from china. a spokesperson from petsmart said the company plans to pull the product by next year. if you have any in your treat jar, time to think about it. >>> a more in southern california is the prime suspect after cops say they found her three little girls dead lying in a pool of blood next to her. we'll tell you about the phone call the more is said to have made just before everything went down. >>> plus, a school bus driver managed to escape just before the whole thing went up in flames. the video we'll show you, that's coming up. you, my friend are a master of diversification. who would have thought three cheese lasagna would go with chocolate cake and ceviche? the same guy who
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Nov 28, 2016 12:00pm PST
with china, our work with vietnam, a place that we had a war with and normalized relationships with, so too with china, maybe that will work to change things in cuba. certainly the business community is going to continue to advocate. in the case of china shall it was the business community that did a lot of the work politically to get china into the wto so i wouldn't underestimate that influence in how donald trump makes his decision. >> the biggest change over the last ten years since fidel stepped down as dictator or president and gave it over to raul, you don't have these fiery speeches anymore. it doesn't matter your political thoughts on castro, he was certainly all that he's made out to be. but as a political orator, few would match him. >> long speeches. they came to be known as castro speeches. >> hours on end. >> look, another thing that's changed is the demographics of florida. a politically very important state for national leaders. the anti-castro cuban community has been staunchly anti-castro. it has been a community that has made its views known and donald trump very m
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May 18, 2016 12:00pm PDT
, i would put a lot of pressure on china. >> but with all that saber rattling toward china, the chinese seemed to love trump's idea. a spokesperson said his nation supports direct talks between the united states and the north korean leader. the united states has never had diplomatic relations with north korea in that nation's 70-year history. in that reuters interview, donald trump also walked back his praise of russia's president vladimir putin. trump said that just because vlad has nice things to say about him doesn't give russia a leg up in negotiations. donald trump meets with the gop easeder statesman of world affairs. kissinger is the 92-year-old diplomat and former top advisor to presidents nixon and ford. clinton's top foreign policy advisor referenced donald trump's remarks earlier this week quoting here, donald trump insults the leader of our closest ally and then turns around and says he'd love to sit down and talk to kim jong-un. it's worth noting, donald trump backtracked on his comments on the british prime minister saying he's sure they'll have a good relationship
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Apr 2, 2014 12:00pm PDT
some questions around why they're doing that. i mean, a lot of it is coming from china. i think china's retasked three ships that were doing anti-piracy work off the east coast of africa to this search area. so i think everyone is continuing the search in so long as it's a diplomatic priority in the region. yes, i don't know whether or not they have much chance of finding anything at this point. >> a diplomatic priority in the region. sounds like that's on point to me. thanks very much, daniel stacey from "wall street journal." his article is available at wsj.com. they've been leading the way on this thing. thankfully, somebody has. >>> the supreme court with a major decision today on how much money can donate to political candidates. it's confusing a little bit, so we'll lay out exactly what it means. >>> also, i was reading the papers this morning and i cam across this article about the future of money, or more specifically, the future without any money. no banks, no credit cards, no british sterling, nothing like that. something entirely new. think of it this way. has social
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Dec 23, 2014 12:00pm PST
a big deal to north korea and to china. china will be towed the referral to the international criminal court, they and the russians. >> they're friends. >> really good friends. >> why even do it? >> we want to do it because i think we need to put the chinese and the russians on the spot to make them veto it. the south koreans think that eventually the chinese will have to relent and actually send this over to the icc. i'm not optimistic about that but the idea is that eventually you push the chinese long enough, they'll move in the right direction. >> are you going to see the movie the interview? >> absolutely. >> i knew you were going to say that. thank you. >> thank you. >>> a new report shows america's economy has been surging at a rate we have not seen in many years. people on wall street clearly pretty happy about this, but are you feeling it? that's next. ♪ make the best entertainment part of your holidays. catch all the hottest handpicked titles on the winter watchlist, only with xfinity from comcast. fastest rate in more than a decade over the summer. that's the wors
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Aug 18, 2015 12:00pm PDT
kidding, right? let me guess. let me guess they're made in china and we don't regulate them, right? so give them to the kids! details on this brand-new report with a striking information and why one doctor says it shows e-sigs pose a real health risk. for those of you have been smoking all your live, are they better than that? >> yes. when i went on to ancestry, i just put in the name of my parents and my grandparents. and as soon as i did that, literally it was like you're getting 7, 9, 10, 15 leaves that are just popping up all over the place. yeah, it was amazing. just with a little bit of information, you can take leaps and bounds. it's an awesome experience. welcome to fort green sheets. welcome to castle bravestorm. it's full of cool stuff, like... my trusty bow. and free of stuff i don't like. we only eat chex cereal. no artificial flavors, and it's gluten-free. mom, brian threw a ball in the house! pwhat've we got? 5. bp 64/40 sterilize sites. multiple foreign objects in the body. tweezers. (buzz!) (buzz!) if you're the guy from the operation game, you get operated on. it's
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Aug 1, 2017 12:00pm PDT
says the u.s. does not blame china for the situation in north korea. a couple days ago, president trump treated that he was very disappointed in china and china could easily solve this problem. he then said the u.s. would handle north korea because we handle everything. u.s. officials tell the pentagon team the u.s. could be working on a submarine missile system. and tomorrow the u.s. air force he carry out its own long range missile test. the spokesman said it was long planned. let's bring in sumi. she just got back from south korea. thanks very much for fighting the jet lag and coming to be with us. >> thanks for having me on. >> jon: decipher what secretary tillerson had to say there he had very re-assuring words for the north koreans. >> i think -- yes. he said he's trying to re-assure north koreans so they're not threatened. but they feel threatened. they think having nuclear weapons is the only way for the region to survive. so i don't think necessarily north koreans will be re-assured by this rhetoric by secretary tillerson. >> jon: you don't think it's going to achieve the effec
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Feb 26, 2015 12:00pm PST
nation states like north korea russia, and china, steal u.s. government secrets. >> on isis there's word the militants have captured more christians than thought? >> a group called the syrian -- a group that tracks candidatenapping report 220 christians were rounded ', kidnapped in northeast syria, this area which borders turkey and iraq is a battleground for the islamic state, and the state department says the numbers could be larger close to 300. >> we're talking about the kidnapping of scores of civilians, including women children, priests and the elderly. we're in touch with our coalition partners about these horrific acts and determination what can be done. >> the bottom line here, analysts haven't seen this]d1 w 8h6zwb1ç+z"uúd3eop the past and fear it may be part of plan for a large-scale execution for a new isis video. >> thank you very much.++ñ#b] joining us now janine davidson former deputy assistant secretary of defense with the obama administration and also a former air force pilot. thank you for coming. thank you what do you make of the "jihadi john" revelation? >> i t
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Jan 13, 2015 12:00pm PST
detectors at the airport? tends to go off. a man tried to smuggle nearly 100 iphones into china by strapping them all over his body, according to customs officials who caught him and they still might give him a few opinions for creativity. sarah is about -- has the pictures. this is -- i don't know why he thought this might work. >> i'm not sure either. hong kong authorities noticed him walking funny a really strange pasture walking through immigration. they took note of that. then he went through a metal detector and all the sirens win off. they did a routine search of his bags, found nothing but he had 94 iphones strapped to his body with tape. and he really tried to place them strategically but wasn't -- didn't get through successfully. now, one of the reasons he may have done this there's heavy tax biz the central government in china so main he was trying to get them through. it's one -- one estimate says it was almost $48,000 worth of goods he was trying to get across the border there. >> i guess he didn't realize, sometimes a pin will go off or a belt buckle. >> ring, never k
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Jul 27, 2016 12:00pm PDT
to do? it's not whether it's china, or russia about the hacking. it's the things in the e-mails. >> it's actually about both of those things, it's about. donald trump's running mate, make pence took mike pence said, if it is russia and they are interfering in our elections, i can assure you both parties and the united states government will ensure there are serious consequences. but like trump, his running mate said the focus should be on what's in the e-mails rather than who was behind the attack. more from donald trump's news conference ahead. day 3, the gop criticized the national security here, but that's exactly what's on tap tonight. >> reporter: absolutely, shepard e a , and i'm told that's going to change tonight. you have a strong lineup of former national security advisors, including those who have spent a lot of time in the situation room, including president obama, vice president biden, as well as we're going to hear tonight from former defense secretary, leon paneda. i'm told on the one hand they don't want to treat donald trump as a serious person but they are have
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Feb 2, 2017 12:00pm PST
including russia, china, islamic extremism and cyber attacks. >> americans should not take the current international order for granted. it did not will itself into existence. we created it. like-wise, it's not naturally self-sustaining. we have sustained it. if we stop doing so, it will frey and eventually collapse. >> shepard: the president spoke at a prayer breakfast this morning. now on how the latest moves coming out of the trump administration are affecting the world. john roberts is live there now. what is the white house saying about the president's comments on iran? >> yeah, he said a short time ago when he was meeting with leaders from harley-davidson, nothing is off the table when it comes to iran. we don't know what is on the table when it comes to iran. yesterday late afternoon, we had a background briefing with the national security council that said they're looking at a large number of options. the options could include further financial or economic sanctions, potentially support for opponents of iran. there's no question that the white house is very upset about what it's
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Nov 9, 2015 12:00pm PST
next three years. china is right now seeing some of its worst air pollution on record. look at this. environmental experts say smog levels in the northeastern part of the country got so bad over the weekend that they reached 50 times the limit of what the world health organization considers safe. a new record. expert says one of the biggest reasons could be it's the start of winter, which means more people are burning coal for heat. officials are asking children, the elderly and anybody with respiratory issues, to stay indoors indefinitely. we'll be right back with a nod to this day in history and a bizarre kidnapping involving heineken and chinese food. and i quit smoking with chantix. i don't know that i can put into words how happy i was when i quit. it's like losing some baggage, i don't have to carry it around with me anymore. chantix made it possible for me to quit smoking. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. chantix definitely helped reduce my urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitatio
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Nov 26, 2013 12:00pm PST
confirmed that two b-52 bombers flew over a disputed island chain between china and japan without notifying the chinese government. a senior u.s. defense official says the unarmed planes flew over the senkaku islands last night as part of a training exercise. the u.s. calls it international airspace. the pentagon said they would ignore questions for american pilots to identify themselves. so general, what's going on here? >>> the chinese put out this increased air defense zone where the senkaku island that's are between japan and china, that's what's going on here right now and we did the exact right thing. we should not ask the japanese to have to send planes down there. the u.s. has been overflying that area for a long time and this new -- it is not really acceptable, and all of the unmanned high flying drone that's fly up to korea, i just bring them by every day they're up there, just overfly them to let the chinese know that we do not accept that air defense identification zone. >> so by putting them on a map does not accomplish what they want, namely calling them their own. >
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Apr 7, 2017 12:00pm PDT
trump? as he meets with the leader of china. an ally of north korea. how important a meeting that now is as the news continues on a friday afternoon from the fox news channel. so much lobster, so little time. at red lobster's lobsterfest any of these 9 lobster dishes could be yours. so don't resist delicious new lobster mix and match or lobsterfest surf and turf because you won't have this chance for long. . >> after ording the strike on syria, the president had dinner with xi jinping. that had about 30 guests at the president's resort in south florida. an analyst sent the message that president trump is willing to go it alone when it comes to taking on dangerous dictators, possibly even china's ally in north korea. john roberts is live in mar-a-largo in south florida. explain how this decision came about, john. >> shep, good afternoon to you. clearly a lot changed for president trump. back in 2013, donald trump urged president obama not to take military action in syria in response to that august of 2013 sarin gas attack that killed 14. but now he launched attack he did last night. wh
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Nov 26, 2014 12:00pm PST
terrorizing farmers in china. that's the word from china's official news agency which reports that a tiger the russian president released crossed the border, killed 15 goats and is still on the loose. according to the chinese news agency, president putin released three tigers into the wild a couple years back. one of them made its way to a farming village where it is making meals out of very valuable livestock. putin himself put tracking devices on the big cats but so far that has not helped track them down. >>> an elderly couple in chicago now suing a cargo company after a plane last week crashed into their house. reportedly missed hitting them by eight inches. they are not hurt but they say they have suffered emotional trauma. do they have a legal case? we'll take it up with the lawyer next. . . . . . . >>> just into the fox newsroom, a new york man arrested after the transportation security administration reports it found a huge stash of weapons in his checked bags at jfk. those include two crossbows, two starter pistols, two b.b. guns including a bb rifle, stun gun, handcuffs and several a
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