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FOX News
Aug 24, 2015 12:00pm PDT
the drop on the slowdown in china's economy. that country has the world's second biggest economy and the computer market here took our stacks into the tank. analyst says an overreaction maybe. but the story from much of this afternoon has been a remarkable recovery. analysts si at the low point this morning bargain hunters bought stocks when they were cheap and they were. so after a nail-biting first few minute with anybody with a 401(k). wall street crawled out of the gutter nicely until like an hour ago, and now we're on track, and we could reach, the lowest one-day point close in the history of the market, and it is fox's top stepand the fox business network, adam shapiro is live from fox business network's headquarters. nobody has seen anything like this. what happened with the rebound and what is happening now? >> we are as we go into the last hour of trading accelerating back down, and the dow is down 645 points. part of what is going on is the people who made money during the rebound are now getting out, the day traders. the question is what do people with 401(k)s and mule to
FOX News
Dec 12, 2016 12:00pm PST
? your boy, vlad putin, and going to china, donald trump says he is not sure we have to go along that countries feelings about taiwan. >> first on the monday afternoon, the stunning conclusion from all 17 u.s. national intelligence agency. all of them in lock step, that the russian government did intervene in the u.s. presidential election and is now bringing bipartisan action. the top republican in the united states senate, republican, mind you, says it will investigate whether russian hackers tried to help donald trump win the election. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says moscow's meddling cannot be a partisan issue. the hacking and invasion of crimearch on saying to nato, come together to prove moscow is try to undermine america. >> let me just speak for myself. the russians are not our friends. i think we ought to approach all of these issues on the assumption that the russians do not wish us well. >> this comes after two of donald trump's biggest republican critics, john mccain and lindsey graham, joined chuck schumer and jack reed in calling to a bipartisan investigation
FOX News
Aug 14, 2017 12:00pm PDT
house where president trump is expected to sign an executive action on china's trade practices at any moment. worth mentioning real quickly, he wants to look closely at alleged theft of american intellectual property. we'll show you the event live once it gets underway. the timing of this, just three hours ago, the president condemned the deadly protests in charlottesville, virginia over the weekend specifically calling out the kkk, neo-nazis and white supremacists among growing pressure from both sides of the political aisle. >> racism is illegal. those that cause violence are criminals and thugs. including kkk, white supremacists and neo-nazis. >> harris: the attack happened over the weekend after the removal of a statue of general robert e. lee. james fields,jr., mowed down counter protesters with his car killing 32-year-old heather heyer and injuring 19 people. video captured the moment it happened. we are learning the suspect apparently had a fascination with nazis and hitler. more on him and that part of our coverage ahead. first, both democrats and republicans criticize preside
FOX News
Sep 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
praising china for reportedly telling its banks to stop doing business with north korea. the reuters news agency said that message came from china's central bank, which makes it significant. analysts say it would be a major blow to north korea because china is its closest ally. the executive order also comes just a couple of days after president trump's first speech to the u.n. the president said the united states would totally destroy north korea if it had to, but hopefully he said it won't be necessary. president trump also said kim jong-un or rocketman, as he calls him these days is on a suicide anything. now north korea's foreign minister has spoken back. >> if they thought they could scare us with a sound of a dog barking, it's a silly dream. >> shepard: sound of a dog barking. the foreign minister says he pity's president trump's advisers. despite the rhetoric, president trump did not rule out talking with the north koreans. >> mr. president, is dialogue still possible with north korea? >> shepard: breaking right now, the treasury secretary steve mnuchin is talking about the ne
FOX News
Jul 5, 2017 12:00pm PDT
and second meeting with the chinese president on the sidelines of the g-20 summit in germany. china is north korea's biggest ally, and today president trump tweeted trade between china and north korea grew almost 40% in the first quarter, so much for china working with us, but we had to give it a try. north korean state-run media released video of this week's missile test. china and russia in a joint statement yesterday called on kim jong-un regime to freeze its nuclear weapons program, and for the u.s. to stop holding military exercises with south korea. hours after the statement, officials confirmed they had conducted a joint missile test their own. russia and china both hold veto power on the security council, and president ji just met with president putin. the leaders said relationships between the two countries are at the best time in history. back in april, president trump said he and president ji had made tremendous progress during their first face-to-face meeting in florida, but president trump in a tweet last month said china's efforts to rein in the north korean detectivor ki
FOX News
Nov 8, 2017 12:00pm PST
gunmen after the video. president trump in china after warning north korea not to underestimate the united states. he has a message for the chi northeast leader about supporting dictator kim jong-un. we're live in beijing. get ready for self-driving cars without backup human drivers. volunteer for a test ride? let's get to it. this wednesday afternoon, democrats are celebrating their first big win since president trump's stunning victory a year ago today. including governors races in new jersey and virginia. a key swing state. now the president is blasting the candidate he once supported in virginia for not embracing the trump brand of politics. last night the democrat ralph northam beat ed gillespie. ed gillespie is the former chair of the democratic committee. he refused to campaign with president trump at all. he did adopt many of the president's positions, especially for the end of his campaign, including tough talk on immigration, support for protecting confederate statues and opposition to the nfl players kneeling during the national anthem. the president tweeted ed gillespie
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
Dec 19, 2016 12:00pm PST
sevens of more than 1100 others. >>> china will not exercise restraint if donald trump continues to go after beijing when he takes office. that's the threat in a new editorial from a state-run newspaper which warns today donald trump is not behaving as a president who will become master of the white house in a month. he bears no sense of how to lead a super power. president-elect trump blast evidence chosen of the weekend after that country took u.s.a. navy drone. then trump tweeted china rips a drone out of water ask takes it to china in an unprecedent act and later wrote we should tell china we don't want the drone they stole back. let them keep it, u.s. defense officials say they do expect china to return it tomorrow. officials in beijing deny they stole the drone, saying the military founder it and examined it. of course, repeatedly taken shots at china, especially over trade. the president-elect accused the country of making its now less valuable. the devalue asia of the chinese currency -- president-elect trump took a phone call from the taiwan president. terry branstad has a
FOX News
Apr 3, 2017 12:00pm PDT
supreme court justice. >> and friday, a major meeting with the president of china. his eyes will be on washington. will he be making phone calls thursday night -- >> we look forward to headed to florida thursday to engage in bilateral meetings with the president and his team from china. obviously that will continue on a friday morning. we'll see how friday evolves. again, i don't think there's any question right now according to leader mcconnell and others that we'll have an associate justice of the supreme court ready to go. it's a question of how it happens. zeke? >> a couple questions about briefing earlier. you mentioned the counsel. was there a donation to a nonprofit? >> there was a list of government entities that can accept donations. ironically it's not as easy to give money to the government as you'd think. except for the irs. and then i don't think you're giving. my point is, he chose the national parks service. it's a decision he made based on -- his counsel presented him with several options. as secretary pointed out, there was great work being done there needed to do r
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
Apr 14, 2017 12:00pm PDT
without china's help. north korea is ready to celebrate the day of sun. it's the birth day of kim il-song. in recent years, kim jong-un has fired missiles. the country could test a nuclear weapon if given the go aheads. it would be the sixth ted. the country has been testing missiles and some experts say north korea could be a few years away from building an intercontinental missile that could strike the u.s. the country is isolated but letting in western journalists ahead of the holiday. greg palkot filed this report from pyongyang. remember, officials are watching him so he cannot speak freely. >> this is maybe the most dangerous of the year here. north korean leader kim jong-un's talking to the associated press and telling us what we've been hering from other officials. that they will confront reckless u.s. military maneuvers with a preemptive strike using a powerful nuclear deterrent. take a listen to more what he said. >> we're taking into account the most aggressive and dangerous option that the u.s. might come up with. we also have our options. our counter measures are ready i
FOX News
Aug 11, 2015 12:00pm PDT
china. economist say that means products made in china will be cheaper and that could hurt american companies. as one on list put it what's good for china is bad for everybody else. let's turn to the associate editor to the wall street journal. i read this this morning. they're devaluing the company than they have since '94. >> that's right. about 2%. it's an important story because china is the second largest economy in the world. and it's growing. it feels that that growth rate is too slow to keep things stable to create enough jobs in china. that's the big concern here. is china slowing down after all that they have done? stock market intervention, rate cuts. is it slowing down to the extent they're going to run into trouble? the second thing from the united states's standpoint is not only does it make it tougher for chinese to buy things from abroad. it kind of contributes to this currency war where nations are devaluing their currency to try to boost their exports that can lead to deflation and deflation can wash up on a lot of shores including the united states. >> there are t
FOX News
Sep 22, 2015 12:00pm PDT
president of china arriving in the united states today along with the pope, which i don't know about that. we've heard a lot of talk about how both washington and beijing are going to need to make concessions to resolve disagreements, but our next guest says that is all wrong. and that it's time for the white house to call china's bluff. that's next. to folks out there whose diabetic nerve pain... shoots and burns its way into your day, i hear you. to everyone with this pain that makes ordinary tasks extraordinarily painful, i hear you. make sure your doctor hears you too! i hear you because i was there when my dad suffered with diabetic nerve pain. if you have diabetes and burning, shooting pain in your feet or hands, don't suffer in silence! step on up and ask your doctor about diabetic nerve pain. tell 'em cedric sent you. bill's got a very tough 13lie here...... looks like we have some sort of sea monster in the water hazard here. i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go with a nine iron. that may not be enough club... well he's definitely going to lose a str
FOX News
Apr 28, 2017 12:00pm PDT
north korean regime so they give up their nuclear program. nobody has more influence than china. that's why the president is reaching out to chaina saying yu have to do something about this guy. the assertion has been that china is only willing to do so much to reign in north korea. tillerson says they're seeing alator -- a greater level of cooperation china than ever before. listen in. >> they asked the regime not to conduct no further nuclear tests. they said if they did conduct further nuclear tests, china would be taking sanctions actions on their own. >> tillerson says the united states is asking china to do a lot but china has come to the realization that north korea is not just a threat to u.s. and its allies but to china itself. >> the president has been talking a lot about the dictator. what has he said? >> he saw that as a 27-year-old, your father died and hands you regime to take on. the president saying this is a young leader that has a lot to learn. but alluding there to the unpredictability of kim jong-un. when you're that age and given this level of responsibility
FOX News
Dec 16, 2016 12:00pm PST
never found. can you say unequivocally that this was not china, that it was not a 400-pound guy sitting on his bread, as donald trump said, and do these types of tweets and kinds of statement from donald trump embolden russia? >> when the report comes out before i leave office, that will have drawn together all of the threads, and so i don't want to step on their work ahead of time. what i can tell you is that the intelligence i've seen gives me great confidence in their assessments that the russians carried out this hack. the hack of the dnc and the hack of john podesta. now, the -- but again, i think this is exactly why i want the report out so that everybody can review it. and this has been briefed and the evidence in closed session has been provided on a bipartisan basis. not just to me. it's been provided to the leaders of the house and senate and the chairman and ranking members of the relevant committees. and i think that what you have already seen is some of the folks who have seen the evidence, don't dispute. think the basic assessment that the russians carried this out
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
Dec 28, 2017 12:00pm PST
. >> rick: rick, i understand the president took a swipe at china. >> he did. part of the administration's approach when it comes to north korea is to try to isolate it and get other countries to do that as well. china accounts for about 90% of north korea's trade. a big part of the strategy against north korea is to pressure china to cut off trade. china supported this u.n. security council resolution that cuts off oil exports to north korea. there was a story that china was linking up with a north korea vessel in the sea to deliver oil. the president tweeted this morning, "caught red-handed. very disappointed that china is allowing oil to go to north korea. there will never be a friendly solution to the north korean problem if this continues to happen." the chinese government has responded to that report saying "we're committed to the denuclearization and peace of on the peninsula. the chinese government and the military have strictly implemented the relevant u.n. solutions. they have denied that story. as part of this in an op-ed in "the new york times," secretary of st
FOX News
Apr 13, 2017 12:00pm PDT
calling it a win. that shows how isolated russia is. it's also a win that china abstained. they vetoed six u.n. resolutions since the civil war began. this time they stayed out. today sean spicer said that that is proof that president trump made progress with president xi when he was in mar-a-largo last weekend. listen. >> it showed the success of the trip first and foremost and secondly continues to show how russia is isolated on this particular matter. that is important. so on a variety of fronts, it really was a huge win for the united states and for the persuasiveness of the president. >> president trump will be landing here in west palm beach in just a few hours. this will be his seventh trip to mar-a-largo. the winter white house, as they call it, since becoming president. >> kristin fisher for the road. thank you. more on bashar al-assad's calling the chemical weapons attack a fabrication. he's also questioned the images we've seen and the victims of the poison gas saying the children, were they dead at all? team fox coverage continues with leland vittert. is assad offering anyt
FOX News
Sep 24, 2015 12:00pm PDT
quote admiral rogers told the committee if china continues its current strategy where they insist they have access to the computers of businesses, whether they're government or whether they're private sector, roger said he cannot envision a long-term relationship with china on that basis. >> anything from capitol hill on is? >> reporter: the chairman of the house homeland security committee who gets regular briefings said the number of affected americans right now the estimated 21.5 million will go higher because the damage
FOX News
Apr 24, 2017 12:00pm PDT
phone calls with xi jinping with china the last two weeks. phone call with abe in japan. both gentlemen discussing north korea again. so you can -- the vinson aircraft carrier group going up to do drills around north korea. you can feel the message being send. what is a that? one, to north korea, restrain yourself on the nuclear testing front. also in part message to china that we're taking it more seriously and we are expecting at some point some meaningful intervention on the part of china. not just talk. signalling also to our allies abe in japan, nervous about the capability of north korea. the south koreans, very nervous about the capability as well. so all of that is happening. >> shepard: well, the chinese can do specific things immediately and change the court of human events but show no propensity to do so. >> that's right, this is something that administration after administration, bush and obama and now trump have tried to get the chinese to do. there's a very tight relationship saying this is an incredibly close relationship between the communist party of china and north kor
FOX News
Dec 14, 2016 12:00pm PST
cashing in on the trump twitter effect. >>> and donald trump getting tough with china. but if he starts a trade war, american businesses could pay the price. >>> and the chinese are already threatening american farmers and car companies. >>> also, at the golden tower today, the titans of tech talking with the president-elect. they've had some bad blood in the past. now it's time to make up and move forward. we'll see. >>> and do we need to duck and cover? nasa warning we are not prepared to prevent an asteroid from hitting our marvel. but a scientist has a plan that could save the planet. so let's get to it. >>> first from the fox news desk on this thursday afternoon, they couldn't beat him, so now they're meeting with him. some of the top names in all the tech world gathering today at trump tower here in new york city. many of them trading insults with the president-elect during the election process itself. some even campaigned for hillary clinton throwing piles of cash her way. that includes the apple ceo tim cook who raised millions for secretary clinton when he hosted a fund-raiser
FOX News
Sep 25, 2015 12:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jul 9, 2015 12:00pm PDT
deal. it's a team of diplomats from the united states, great britain, germany france, china and russia all working around the clock. now we're learning what has been fueling them during those late nights. here's more on that over here at bat 4. they're not paying attention to first lady's guide of what guess to eat and what is not. >> instead of relying on coffee or energy drink the u.s. representatives have been eating snacks a lot of snacks. 15 members of the u.s. delegation. we're told since june they've eaten 20-pounds of string cheese -- >> string cheese. they love string cheese. >> everybody love string cheese. and ten points of strawberry advertisers. this is a one-point family bag so ten of those dish they've eaten more than 200 rice crispie treats. >> how many of them? >> 15. >> that's sounds very david. >> a lot. >> it's a great diet. >> that and the college donor. meantime in d.c., lawmakers today held hearings on a potential for a deal with iran, republican critics suggest that no agreement will go far enough. it's not enough. iran cannot be trusted. >> the obama adm
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
Nov 9, 2017 12:00pm PST
credit to china. the country he once accused of raping the united states. the president now says he blames americans, not the chinese. and there's word airport screeners failed to find more than 70% of guns, knives and explosives in an undercover operation. the weapons were fake, luckily. so what are they doing to try to catch the real ones? news is breaking news. let's get to it. wow! what a day. we begin with a bomb shell report involving a republican nominee for alabama senate's seat. accusations today that roy moore initiated a sexual encounter with a then 14-year-old girl and relationships with three other teenagers. now the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says if the allegations with true, roy moore should take himself out of the race for the senate. according to the reporting of "the washington post" newspaper in the last hour, this all happened while roy moore was in his 30s. the incident with the 14-year-old in 1979. the woman tells "the washington post" that moore struck out a conversation, offered to watch the girl while her mom went in for a custody hearing. when
FOX News
Jul 4, 2017 12:00pm PDT
analysts say could be capable of striking alaska. russian and china proposing their own plan to draw down tensions between the u.s. and kim jong-un's regime. all of this as president trump prepares for his first face-to-face meeting with russian president vladimir putin. we'll be speaking live with bret baier for the latest. plus, wounded warriors teaming up with experts to help preserve america's oh shaken wildlife. we'll take you underwear with some of the military heros. hello. i'm gregg jarrett in for shepard smith. happy independence day. for the first time in its history, north korea successfully test launched an intercontinental ballistic missile. fox news reports top trump officials are meeting today to talk about how to respond to the growing nuclear threat. according to u.s. officials, the white house is considering all options. north korean officials say yesterday's test was the first step toward achieving a powerful nuclear state they say can strike anywhere on earth. u.s., south korean and japanese officials say the missile flew for about 40 minutes before it splashed do
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
Apr 6, 2017 12:00pm PDT
china is turning into something else all together. the president talking to the press about syria. he was asking whether bashar al-assad should go. this is on camera. we don't have the type. so i'll read the transcript. the president said what assad did is terrible. what happened in syria is one of the truly egregious crimes. and when asked if the president was going to take to president putin, he said i may. there will be a range of options presented to the president on how he could respond military. the fact that they're discussing this doesn't mean that it's going to happen. if an air strike or something like that were to happen, it would be a test of how good a relationship the president could have with the president of russia. when asked if bashar al-assad should leave power, he said it's a disgrace to humanity. he's there and he's running things but something should happen. rex tillerson in the camp of yes, he needs to go. the united states trying to get a coalition for a political frame work for that to happen some point down the road. that's something that the obama admini
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
Oct 29, 2015 12:00pm PDT
china, i abandoning the one-child policy. and a passenger jet on fire on the runaway, now after the evacuation the injuries and the calls plus, google getting inside your head to look for signs of mental illness? google in you want your phone monitoring you for depression? let get to it. >> first from the fog necessary. jeb bush says he wishes he could talk as well as his run rival width the big personalities. that's after his someone-time pal, marco rubio, shut down bush's attack on his senate attendance record and the audience ate it up. candidate bush says he is a doer, not a talker. but we're told donors were watching and analysts saying she is struggling campaign needed a breakout moment, moment that never came. candidate bush was on fox news this afternoon. responding to reports his campaign is in trouble. >> all cross the done we're the one with the best organization, and i'm going to work hard to be able to earn people's support. i knew this would be a long journey but to suggest the campaign is terminal, come on, that's funny. >> anallies star saying snores marco rubio and
FOX News
Dec 7, 2016 12:00pm PST
. envoy the china. they've known each other for decades. the chinese president has close ties to iowa and first visit that had state back in the 1980s. he and bran stathd have lots of experience in agriculture. more on that later in the news hour. the editors of "time" magazine have named who else but donald trump the 2016 person of the year. it reads president of the divided states of america. trump called it a tremendous honor but said the cover line was snarky. time editors say they gave the title to the person who gets the greatest influence on events for better or for worse. the editor-in-chief said she has never seen so much agreement over who had the most influence or the most disagreement about whether it was for better or worse. peter is live at trump tower in midtown manhattan. what do we know that the president-elect's meeting with rahm emanuel? >> reporter: it sounds like the mayor came their midtown manhattan with some advice and some explanation. the advice, the mayor says, was about white house operations. because emanuel was one of president obama's chief of staff. the
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Dec 2, 2016 12:00pm PST
, iran, china, all going to require different strategies. ahead, some of the biggest hot spots on the planet. >>> the remarkable story of the parents who ran into a school and disarmed their own son. let's get to it. >>> first, after getting a little secret about his choice for the secretary of defense, the president-elect let it fly. he is back at trump tower today, meeting with more potential cabinet picks. today's guest list includes the former u.s. ambassador to united nations, job bolton and said to be on the short list for secretary of state, and the north dakota democratic senator heidi hitecamp. and the president-elect told the wore he is going with retired marine corps general, james "mad dog" mattis to be secretary of defense. >> we're not announcing it until monday. so don't tell anybody. mad dog is great. the say hayes the closest thing to general george alton that we have and it's about time. my people over there are probably saying, you weren't supposed to do that. >> he wasn't. the trump senior adviser, kellyanne conway says she had no idea that was glowing to happen bu
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Jun 1, 2017 12:00pm PDT
extracting meaningless commitments to companies like china that are polluting more than the united states is. he will say we reduce carbon emissions 12% since 2006 and this was a deal negotiated poorly by the obama administration and was signed out of desperation. the president will talk about its impact on the coal industry here in the united states. you'll remember, during the election campaign, the coal industry was one of his big campaign promises to the voters in west virginia saying hillary clinton wants to kill the coal industry, i want to keep it alive. this will keep his conservative base alive as well as those in the manufacturing industry. listen to what his deputy campaign spokesman said about this earlier today on fox. >> i think president trump is going to get -- i hope get out of this paris accord and decide to put american jobs, american workers and the american economy first and create new agreements with the world. >> it looks like what many people on the conservative side of the fence are asking for is going to happen. the president is expected in the next few minutes to a
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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
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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
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Apr 18, 2017 12:00pm PDT
on china. the president says this is not the time for tough talk about currency manipulation or pushing for stronger trade deals. he says reigning in north korea's nuclear program is more important and china is trying to help us. in an interview, the president says he believes he got to know the chinese president real well and said the two men had good chemistry. >> now, what am i going to do start a trade war with him working on a bigger problem with north korea? i'm dealing with china with great respect. i have great respect for him. we'll see what he can do. maybe he won't help. that's possible. he's trying. maybe he won't be able to help. that's a different story. we'll see what happens. >> president trump said the chinese counter part understands north korea is a big problem. but china is still defending their trade deals with the southern neighbor. this after images shown chinese made trucks hauling ballistic missile over the weekend during a parade. kim jong-un presided over that event. north korean officials warned of an all-out war if the united states attacked. officia
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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,
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Feb 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
china going to do. china has a lot of sway over north korea. most of north korea's trade is with china. the united states has been after chinese companies to not do business with north korea. a law was passed against year allowing the u.s. to sanction one of those companies. will president trump use that law? i think his call with the chinese president last week, which he backed away putting the one china card on the table and said everything is negotiable. he wants to stay friends with china for trade reasons. >> shepard: and all of a sudden with japan and the leader of canada. a lot changes. >> a lot changes. at the end of the day, it will be china that in some way insinuates itself in this debate and gets north korea to back off. but it has not. >> shepard: china doesn't want a failed state. then you get refugees and the problem is yours. >> if you're china, maybe you want something unstable to keep things going. >> shepard: president trump wrapped up a news conference alongside canada's prime minister, justin trudeau. the president defended his stance on immigration and refugees, w
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Nov 29, 2013 12:00pm PST
have come forward, although we don't know the names of those companies reportedly yet. >>> china is upping the ante in an intense standoff with japan. there's word they're now keeping tabs on our country's fighter jets. that's next. ething you really love, what would you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be a pilot. [ woman ] i'd be an architect. what if i told you someone could pay you and what if that person were you? ♪ when you think about it, isn't that what retirement should be, paying ourselves to do what we love? ♪ paying ourselves to do what we love? thnot at the rings.looking. i can feel them looking at my thick, flaky red skin. do i tell them it's psoriasis? do i speak up and say it's not contagious? or do i just say... have a nice day!" when your psoriasis has gone from uncomfortable to unacceptable, visit psoriasis.com to connect with a psoriasis patient advocate from abbvie for free one-to one education and support. sign up at psoriasis.com, and talk to your dermatologist. i don't have to le
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Sep 5, 2017 12:00pm PDT
atomic bombs the u.s. dropped on japan. now the white house is trying to pressure china and other members to cut off all oil and fuels going into north korea. that's according to "the new york times." a senior administration official tells the paper this is the last best chance to resolve the nuclear standoff without getting the military involved. back the john roberts now live at the white house. john? >> the past 48 hours, the president has been rattling sabers against north korea. had several calls with the presidents of japan and merkel of germany. they were all specific about the fact that the president mentioned the u.s. has nuclear weapons and is ready to counter any sort of common threat that comes from north korea on that point. that follows james mattis in sunday afternoon statement out here on the driveway, one that was to me -- i never heard anything like that before, it was extraordinary -- where he side we're not looking to the annihilation of a country but we have many military options for doing so. he said they do seem to be here at the white house putting an extra
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May 19, 2014 12:00pm PDT
posters up on the wall in all, five members of china's military face a long list of charges, including economic espionage. >> the companies are in the pittsburgh area with the u.s. attorney who handled the grand jury explaining the costs in the bills of dollars. >> but, yes, absolutely. i'm saying that this cyberhacking leads directly to the loss of jobs here in the united states. >> the five chinese military officials work from the shanghai office building known as unit 61398. first publicly identified as a base for cyberespionage last year by the american cybersecurity firm. asked if the u.s. is working with the leadership in beijing to arrest the five men the justice department official overseeing the case said the chinese would not move on anything until they had proof. >> i can only tell you the chinese government had said if we had evidence that would stand up in a court of law, show it, and today we did. >> only last week the administration seemed to roll out of the red carpet chinese officials visiting washington no indication this specific case was raised with. the
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Jan 5, 2016 12:00pm PST
can remember. and would you look at this? today we're up. why are we up? just yesterday china was down in the dumper. everything was going straight to hell. china was bringing a whole world down. you know, china sneezed and we had a huge case of the flu. today, i don't know. i don't understand it. so we'll talk to somebody who upses it because it's mop any and that matters. it's the new year. you will needing some of that. . . . . . . so i use quickbooks and run my entire business from the cloud. i keep an eye on sales and expenses from anywhere. even down here in the dark i can still see we're having a great month. and celebrate accordingly. i run on quickbooks.that's how i own it. next week, you know, there's the state of the union address. the president is going to give the straigate of the union addr if nonconventional. after that the republican response, right? who going to do the republican response? we didn't know. now we know. the house speaker paul ryan just reveal whoed will deliver the republican response and it is, nikki haley, the south carolina governor nikki haley. analy
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Apr 5, 2017 12:00pm PDT
launch. it also comes ahead of a very important meeting between president trump and china's leader. remember, the president has said that the united states is ready to go it alone in north korea if necessary. so what to expect now? we're approaching the bottom of the hour and the top of the news. ooh... psst. hey... ...where you going? we've got that thing! you know...diarrhea? abdominal pain? but we said we'd be there... woap, who makes the decisions around here? it's me. don't think i'll make it. stomach again...send! if you're living with frequent, unpredictable diarrhea and abdominal pain, you may have irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhea or ibs-d - a condition that can be really frustrating. talk to your doctor about viberzi... a different way to treat ibs-d. viberzi is a prescription medication you take every day that helps proactively manage both diarrhea and abdominal pain at the same time. so you stay ahead of your symptoms. viberzi can cause new or worsening abdominal pain. do not take viberzi if you have or may have had: pancreas or severe liver problems, problems with
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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
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May 1, 2017 12:00pm PDT
administration says china has the power to confront north korea. >> it is. when you look at the relationship there, china is their most powerful ally. what the administration is saying they need to implement sanctions north to convince north korea to move along. that's what analysts are saying and the most effective way to curb their aggression. >> i think the north koreans have seen so many sanctions imposed on them by the u.n. they're blase by now. but if china enforces them, they sit up and take notice. that would be new. >> china has responded that they don't hold the key to this issue on the north korean peninsula. with that, as for how long the administration is willing to wait this out and just use sanctions, the state department says in the coming months, they want to see a change in north korea's behavior. the secretary of state told bret baier that he would continue implementing this and the united states would wait so long as the north korean situation was manageable. this as north korea continues to develop and test nuclear weapons and missiles, jon. >> jon: rich eds
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Jan 21, 2014 12:00pm PST
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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
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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
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Jan 5, 2018 12:00pm PST
. >> certainly is positive. let's see if it happens. it's been a problem with china, that they haven't done that. today they said that starting this weekend, they'll be limiting exports of oil and gas to north korea. they'll be banning sales of steel and machinery. cutting back on certain imports from pyongyang. china says this is in line with u.n. sanctions against north korea for its missile and nuclear programs. this is also aimed at isolating the country. china, as we all know, the most important trading partner with north korea. the strongest ally. again, violations of the sanctions by china has riled the united states and the international community. let's see. >> shepard: with china you have to watch what they do while listening to what they said. let's go to gordon chang, author of "nuclear show down." will they do it is the question. >> only if the trump administration forces them to comply with u.n. sanctions, this is really been the story of china. when sanctions are put in place by the u.n., the chinese make a big show of complying. they'll issue these pronouncements and actuall
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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
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