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Dec 20, 2009 11:00pm EST
going to raise money for developing nations -- >> there's no penalty for china or india -- >> because this was noted and accepted by the entire conference, the u.n. now has the ability to move forward on these things and to implement them. nobody says that this is the end of the road. the end of the road would have been the complete collapse of those talks. this is a great step forward. now, china, india have set goals. we're going to be able to review what they're doing. we're going to be able to challenge them if they don't meet those goals. we're going to pursue this anyway because the president understands our future lies with a clean energy economy. we've doubled renewables this year. there are millions of jobs to be had there. more energy security. we're going to pursue this. but we don't want to put our country at a competitive disadvantage in other ways. now the chinese, the indians, and the other major economies are coming along. and this is the result of his strong leadership. >> first time we've had you in the studio. you've been on several times before. let's take a trip t
CNN
Jan 4, 2010 1:00am EST
one." on the outskirts of beijing this town claims to be the violinmaking capital of china, the largest exporter of stringed instruments in the world. it's home to more than 100 factories and workshops that churn out hundreds of thousands of stringed instruments every year. "i bought books about violins and drawing sheets in italy," says factory owner chen zuhua. "then i started to make them." that was 15 years ago, when some say chinese-made violins were no better than firewood. >> they were terrible. i mean, being honest, they were just really, really bad instruments. and now, i mean, they're very good. i mean, the attention to detail is pretty amazing. >> reporter: all of the wood in this workshop comes from tibet. good wood is very dense. but with fine workmanship it feels quite light. every detail in this workshop, from the carving to the varnish, is finished by hand. >> i mean, the wood is decent. >> reporter: american aaron riley is hand-picking instruments to sell at his shop back in michigan. how does that look? >> yeah, i would -- i really like this. you can see all th
CNN
Jan 11, 2010 1:00am EST
planes obviously operational. >> right. >> and then in china, and i think this shows the difference, quite a marked difference because asia's the same. but when you look at how the people in asia have to cope with it, manually. it really is about trying to clear the snow. and incidentally, in xinjiang province over 5,400 people have been evacuated because of the snow. homes have been collapsing. 75 people have died across europe as well. >> have we seen the worst of it here? >> well, hopefully. right now all the long-term models are showing that we're back on the upswing. so that's the good news. that we bottomed out with this basic arctic blast and we are expecting temperatures to warm up. but you know, there's still a lot we don't know about these type of cycles. they are natural cycles. and you know, things can be a little unpredictable from time to time. so we're hopeful that will continue on that upward swing from here. >> i was just wondering if we're being wimpy here and if those abroad are tougher or -- >> i think it depends. parts of northeastern russia, there's a little vi
CNN
Aug 17, 2009 1:00am EDT
the world. you see it in china where it's working. you saw a lot of government stimulus in different ways in japan, don, and that's obviously working, but is our stimulus package working? not even half the money so far has been spent and that's still a huge question, don. we'll see how the markets react early in the morning. >> everyone will be watching the markets tomorrow. let's hope it will be a positive day. thank you to morgan and poppy. >>> tropical storms are brewing and one of them is making landfall right now. meteorologist jacqui jeras is in the cnn hurricane headquarters tracking all the action for you. >>> also from trafficking drugs to trafficking humans and worse. mexico's violent cartels are targeting a new market. >>> plus this -- >> the one place i never worried about was church. i never worried about him being at church, and to get a phone call that your son got shot coming out of church, it was just unbelievable. >> shot and killed on chicago's deadly street, and this parent's story is not alone. no exception here. far from it. >>> and as always, we want
CNN
Nov 29, 2009 9:00am EST
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CNN
Dec 14, 2009 1:00am EST
. hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! we're going on a field trip to china! wow. [ chuckles ] when i was a kid, we -- we would just go to the -- the farm. [ cow moos ] [ laughter ] no, seriously, where are you guys going? ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! [ female announcer ] the new classroom. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. and i'm joni. we've been best friends since we were two. we've always been alike. we even both have osteoporosis. but we're active, especially when we vacation. so when i heard about reclast, the only once-a-year iv osteoporosis treatment, i called joni. my doctor said reclast helps re-strengthen our bones to help make them resistant to fracture and reclast is approved to help protect from fracture in more places: hips, spine, even other bones. (announcer) you should not take reclast if you're on zometa, have low blood calcium, kidney problems. or you're pregnant, plan to become pregnant or nursing. take calcium and vitamin d daily. tell your doctor if you develop seve
CNN
Dec 7, 2009 1:00am EST
reduction, trying to focus that on china, india, brazil as well as here at home. >> mark, these e-mails that have surfaced, and you heard the people in the report there from john roberts and phil black saying it's embarrassing. they surfaced. what impact, if at all, will it have on the summit and the president's role in copenhagen? >> i think as he heard from the reports it has already had an impact. there's already been discussion about it. it is giving ammunition to the critics of global warming. what it hasn't done is changed where the administration is on this issue. the fact is, what we heard robert gibbs say last week, that climate change is real, and in the scientists and u.s. government believe it's real. the fact that the president has changed the schedule and is going to go on the back end shows that the white house is committed to this effort. however, we should note congress yet has to address the whole idea of climate change. so while the president is going over there, there is work that needs to be done back here in the u.s. >> mark and april, thank you very much. presiden
CNN
Dec 20, 2009 9:00am EST
will be aid to developing, and we will re -- >> no penalties built into china? >> because there was accepted by the entire conference. the u.n. now has the ability to move forward on these things and to implement them. nobody says that this is the end of the road. the end of the road would have been the complete collapse of the talks. this is a great step forward. china, india, they set goals. we will be able to review what they are doing and challenge them if they don't meet the goals. we will pursue this anyway, because the president understands our future lies with renewable energy. now the chinese, the indians and the other major economies are coming along. this is the result of his strong leadership. >> first time we had you in the studio, and have you been on a couple times before, and i want the political consultant, not axelrod the white house consultant. this is the state of illinois. you can reach out and touch if you want. this is state of illinois, the president's home state. i want you to watch for the approval and disapproval rating. you are ending the year with a mont
CNN
Nov 29, 2009 11:00am EST
real not national cooperation, not just from europe, but from russia and from china. >> not happening in the russia and china department. how complicated does it make it? this is enormously challenging anyway, why is it with all our men and women and all our money? >> what's interesting is when the president campaigned and he was the nominee for the democratic party he said the reason we can't get their cooperation is because we're go it alone, we're always off, we don't consult them and so now he's headed here where he's become the most traveled freshman president of any president, so is france going to step up to the plate? is germany going to step up to the plate? is nato going to step up to the plate? maybe they will and then he can see, you see? it worked. maybe they won't because they will send troop, the question is will they send combat troops? the thing people object to is u.s. is always the combat brigade. >> you're the white house correspondent, how much do they view that in the nato credibility test and never mind the sales at home, but will they have specific co
CNN
Dec 20, 2009 12:00pm EST
of those talks. this is a great step forward and now china, india, we're going to be able to review what they're doing. we're going to be able to challenge them if they don't meet those goals. we'll pursue this anyway because the president understands that our future lies with a clean energy economy and we doubled renewables this year. more energy security. we'll pursue this, but we don't want to put our country at a competitive disadvantage in other ways and now the chinese and the indians and the other major economies are coming along and this is the result of thiz strong leadership. >> first time we had you in the studio, you've been on several times before. let's take a trip over to the magical wall. david axelrod political consultant to help me with a couple questions. as we end the year -- >> this is cool, i like this. >> state of illinois. come on up and touch, if you want. i want you to watch this play out of his approval rating and disapproval rating. you're ending the year at least with a month to go with slightly more americans disapproving than approving. how did we get
CNN
Feb 1, 2010 1:00am EST
deal with taiwan to tell you about. china is threatening sanctions on any u.s. company involved. it's also scrapping plans for visits between the chinese and u.s. militaries. washington plans to sell $6.4 billion in arms to taiwan. the chinese claim that taiwan is part of their territory and doesn't want the island to formally declare independence. >>> police say as many as 15 gunmen stormed a house party in juarez, mexico earlier today and opened fire. 13 people were killed, another 13 injured. witnesses say the gunmen arrived in several cars with tinted windows. the victims ranged in age from 14 to 19. police found more than 100 ak-47 bullet casings at the crime scene. >>> hey, did you happen to see the newspaper today? well, toyota took out this ad to apologize to customers for its massive recall. the company says it's working on a fix for millions of gas pedals. we hear the announcement could come as early as tomorrow. dealers could have replacement parts this week. the problems from this recall extend way beyond the company. they also spell trouble for the country toyota ca
CNN
Dec 13, 2009 11:00am EST
china and russia behind the resolution that basically says you guys are up to no good. next he's going to go to the u.n. and try to get tough sanctions there. i think there's been this caricature of the obama doctrine on the right that he bows too much, apologizes too much, which isn't true and on the left it's been caricatured that he was a piece candidate. he was not listening carefully about building things up in afghanistan. >> let's listen more to ed's point. i think the white house has been sensitive to the criticism. he did criticize torture at get mow. but then added the but. what mistakes we have made, the plain fact is this, the united states of america has helped underwrite global security for more than six decades with the blood of our citizens and the strength of our arms. >> important "but," gloria. >> very important "but." sort of a sister soldier moment. there he was getting the nobel peace prize saying, but we're the ones who have fought, we're the ones who have fought and died. i spoke with a senior white house adviser who was with the president on this trip. he said,
CNN
Dec 6, 2009 12:00pm EST
eclipsed by china, russia or others and that's the wrong course. instead it's essential that america remain strong and that the policies that are being adopted by the democratic congress and the president are weakening us in many respects. we need a stronger america. i lay out why i think that's important. hopefully people will listen and act accordingly. >> we'll give it a read when we get it. appreciate your time today. take care, sir. >>> up next, we head west to roswell, new mexico, where for military academy students the president's new afghan strategy isn't just a personal. y the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, 69,000 people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. into science fact. one word turns dreams into knowledge... ideas into achievements... exploration into discovery. one word makes the d
CNN
Jul 5, 2009 12:00pm EDT
the former soviet union. but you can see china is now in the nuclear club, india and pakistan in the nuclear club. great britain and france, israel over here and you have, obviously, iran and over here in asia, north korea who are aggressively pursuing nuclear props on their own. how much does it trouble you that the genie is out of the bottle and do you think now it's possible, possible to put it back in? >> the dangers of the proliferation of these weapons and nuclear materials that today exist in 40 countries to make another 100,000 bombs over this 23,000 estimated that we have today, that the danger of those materials ending up in the hands of terrorists or misused by governments is increasing by the day. we have two path, one is to continue along this path of proliferation to a nuclear proliferation tipping point at which we may not be able to pull back, or to move towards a path towards global zero. >> the president of the united states just a month ago was in the middle east and in caro he gave a very important speech. i want you to listen. >> so long as our relationship is de
CNN
Jan 3, 2010 11:00am EST
china of all things. they -- their economy is roaring along because they can fund it with their own bank. >> loser? >> loser will be the american workers who going to keep losing jobs to chinese workers. going to be very difficult to get that unemployment figure down to where everybody wishes it would be. >> i will be political and brief. the winner, john thune, south dakota senator. i think he will not have a serious reelection race and allow him to position to run for president in 2012. bad year, anybody who likes legislative or partisanship, you're going to see little of it as we lead up to 2010. >> a lot of the predictions we make are usually based on taking a trend now and putting it forward and that's why so many predictions have been wrong the past few years. the economy is not going to be nearly as bad as people think it is. i think this is going to be seen as a low point for obama and things are going to get bter as better as the economy approves. house losses for the democrats will be lower than the alarmists predicting. >> you're looking rosie ahead for obama. optimist fo
CNN
Aug 10, 2009 1:00am EDT
rain, as much as seven feet nearly in some areas. after that the storm took aim on china. these are pictures from sunday out of china where you can see there were torrential downpours, heavy rainfall as well. winds were gusting around 74 miles per hour. so this was the equivalent of a category 1 hurricane as it hit china's east shore. that was today in china. the storm continues to move up to the north and will bring heavy rain into parts of shanghai. here at home into the pacific, the central pacific, we're watching hawaii for a tropical storm. this is felicia. this was a category 4 storm on thursday. now it's a tropical storm packing winds around 50 miles per hour, and you can see it's very disorganized and the northern side of the storm is starting to flare up a little bit. some greater convections. we could see wind speeds fluctuate a little bit as a result of this. it should continue to weaken as it moves towards the islands, but still could be a tropical storm or tropical depression when it makes landfall. that will likely happen on tuesday, but our greatest concerns here will
CNN
Jan 10, 2010 9:00am EST
. hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! we're going on a field trip to china! wow. [ chuckles ] when i was a kid, we -- we would just go to the -- the farm. [ cow moos ] [ laughter ] no, seriously, where are you guys going? ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! [ female announcer ] the new classroom. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. two of nature's sweetest wonders growing together under the same sun. and now for the first time, in new sun crystals ® . the only 100% natural sweetener made with pure cane sugar and stevia. finally, all the sweetness of nature and just 5 calories a packet. nature gave us the recipe; we just gave it a name. new sun crystals ® all natural sweetener. two natural wonders. one sweet taste™. fiber one. i'm looking for some fiber. this bar is an excellent source of fiber. there's no fiber in this. it tastes too good. there is fiber. (chuckle) no. i can't taste the fiber. just chocolate. they have 35% of your daily value. hmm. oh samples. hmm. autobahn. wackenschdol. fib
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 9:00am EDT
, strengthening our alliances, developing more effective partnerships to deal with, work with china and russia, deal with north korea -- >> just i need to stop you just because -- i want to get up on one of the points you're making. you're talking about strengthening alliances. i just want to pull up the map here of afghanistan where, of course, more u.s. troops are involved in tough battle, the helmand province down here. this is the current state of play. 62,000 u.s. troops in afghanistan, other nations contributing 34,000. if our alliances are so renewed, why can't the president, and president bush had the same problem, but why can't president obama convince other nations to add to that number in this fragile delicate part of the world? >> well, the number has increased substantially. >> this is through the elections, though. >> our partners and allies have made additional contributions of troops and critical contributions in other areas. training the afghan security forces and the police, investing in development in providing for the human needs of the afghan people, strengthening g
CNN
Dec 6, 2009 9:00am EST
. ambassador to china. hunsesman gives the commander in chief high marks for adding 30,000 troop against the wishes of most liberal democrats. >> it's risky, but it's for the better of our country not for the better of his party. >> the high school student, even younger and those heading next to the service academy say friends often question their choices. >> many people say why are you going into the military service? why would you give your life? but this is what we want to do. >> some of my friends are, like, wow! are you kidding me? you're going into the armed forces? >> when i go home i get questioned all of the time, why do you do it? why would you do it? they answer that they feel a call to serve and they come here to learn and to prepare for the challenges and risks of wearing the uniform in wartime. >> our thanks to those young cadets and everybody at the military institute. we had a fabulous visit. one of our goals is to get out of washington as often as we can. we've made it our pledge on state of the union to travel to all 50 states. so far, 47 weeks on the air, 47 st
CNN
Dec 21, 2009 2:00am EST
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