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ABC
Jan 20, 2016 4:00pm EST
respected. we want to be the top of the heap. we're not anymore. china's economy is killing us. china is killing us. we have political hacks negotiating with china a we have political hacks negotiating vietnam which is with mexico beating us at the border, beating us at trade. nabisco, they make oreos. i used to love oreos. i don't anymore. they're moving their big plant from chicago to mexico. okay. >> today's rally was a packed house. 15,000 supporters. trump even saying they had to turn 5,000 people away. former alaskan governor sarah palin joined him at the rally. they announced that endorsement last night. >>> immigration is still a huge issue in this election. jackie callaway is here to update us on the number of hispanic voters. >> we are learning that hispanic voters will reach a record high this year. more than 27 million people. that number has grown from 7.7 million in 1988. we will have to wait to see if they cast a ballot. they don't typically participate in elections as older adults. hispanic voters are becoming better educated. those with a latchor's degree or higher has i
ABC
Sep 15, 2016 4:00pm EDT
home leave yourself some extra time. >>> now, that massive typhoon that slammed into taiwan and china is a tropical storm. check out this image that nasa picked up as it hit the philippines. that big white spot in the center is actually lightning. another amazing picture that we are getting in of the eye of the storm, you can see that red circle in the middle. it is green, and then right in the center is one of the islands, part of the and here's the reality of what this monster storm did to people on the ground. this is video from a cnn reporter who wrote it out in a hotel in china. look at that. 175 miles per hour wind gusts. the doors were barricaded, the entire building was shaking, power went out, and when the sun came up you could see windows blown out of those buildings. power is now out to almost 1,000,000 people. water and power grids are down at this time. so far, we only know two people dead in china and taiwan. >>> and thehilippines had a super typhoon years ago. >>> warmer house speaker john weiner is the director of the second largest tobacco company. eems prettfitting s
ABC
Sep 9, 2016 4:00pm EDT
says his country can mount a nuclear war condemnation came quickly from south korea, china and japan. world leaders are questioning whether some kind of new tactic needs to be taken. >> we have a strong moral dimension of this where it's seen as the worst defender of human rights in the world and you don't want to touch it with a ten foot pole. but the security situation demands starting with actually talking to them. >> the u.s. and china would need to work together to do that. slowing down. for the now, i'm todd walker. >> today's blast is estimated to have the explosive power of ten kilo tons. hiroshima had 15 kilo tons of power. >>> louisiana's governor and city mayors are testifying on congress to approve a package to help louisiana rebuild. >> while the storm didn't have a name, every person it affected does. >> that storm dropped 7 trillion gallons of rain in south louisiana. that's three times as much rain as louisiana saw 11 years ago during hurricane katrina. the latest storm flooded >>> some clean up work to be done this weekend after hermine. >> we have very low chances f
ABC
Feb 22, 2016 4:00pm EST
investigations around prompted the company to stop importing from china. the report says the levels were high enough to cause respiratory and throat irritation, but low risk of cancer, only 2 to 9 cases per 100,000 people. the levels are risk to 6 to 30 cases per 100,000 people. the company stock fell 20% today following the news and last year the company's ceo resigned. they could take steps including ripping out those floors. >> right now they are facing several class action lawsuits but no criminal charges have been filed in connection to the health concern. the company stopped importing flooring from china last may. >>> we have just learned ted cruz is asking his communications director to resign over a tweet sent from his account falsely alleging his competitor marco rubio insulted the bible. cruz told reporters he won't question the faith of another candidate for president. >>> we also have breaking news right now, a press conference that's happening in denver. now what you're looking at is ktla's live shot out in l.a. there's a small plane crash there. firefighters are on the scene rig
ABC
Nov 11, 2016 4:00pm EST
it. apple says the bulk are coming from developers in china, they slipped removed more than 100 fake apps they are looking for more. >> here is what you need to look out for, the fake apps typically don't have reviews, and they will have a recent published date instead of an updated on date the store name may be a little off like overstock incorporated watch have spelling mistakes.>>> more life pictures of protesting happening across the country, this is boston right now. minutes ago we saw similar scenes on the campus of the university of miami and in denver. it could be another long night across the country. you see this map you can see all of the different protests this one happening a couple of nights ago, in the meantime in portland they are hijacked the demonstration turning it into a riot. todd walker is tracking the unrest. >> feeds coming in across the country of anti-trump protests from california to maryland overall they are peaceful but they got out of control last night in portland. >> you are sitting there very confused lighting trash cans on just stupid. >> chaos in po
ABC
Mar 2, 2016 4:00pm EST
preserved central nervous system ever discovered, found in china. they are hoping it will answer questions in how the nervous system evolved in animals roaming the earth today. >>> when women think about summer, sometimes the thoughts come with anxiety. can i wear this swimsuit. do i need to lose weight. these barbies are modeling target's new swim line for real women for all body types. the retailer teaming up with instead of real-life women. it uses the hashtag no fomo meaning no fear of missing out. to promote shaking off insecurities about physical appearance. of course it coincides with the new barbies arriving at target. [music] all the single ladies all the single ladies >>> slow down. it turns out that women are single by choice these days. new census data shows for the first time single women outnumbered married women here in the united states. the number of married adults dropping from 57% in 2000 to just 52% in 2009. this isn't about rejecting the marriage idea altogether. more so about building careers and discovering more who they are and being okay with it until the
ABC
Mar 15, 2016 4:00pm EDT
china than the u.s. on a map if you look at it. in 20 minutes where it's a bigger grab and voting is underway right now. and this is also developing. we want to share this with you. a few florida primary related pieces of information we are learning. miami harold saying donald trump's campaign registered 46 poll watchers in southern florida. that is people standing in the voter areas monitoring what is happening. it turns out that he is the only candidate doing so. marco rubio says even if he loses here in florida he plans to campaign in utah. our ryan raiche is at rubio's event in miami where the candidate will be watching the primary results from that area. there's only a small area for the media. that is what he is experiencing. as it turns out, the event is not inside the actual arena, it's in the lobby. >>> going to breaking news that we have been telling you about. entire metro system will shut down at midnight. this is a main artery, a main thoroughfare that they use to get around. here is what we're watching from the "washington post." hours. all of this for safety checks of
ABC
Oct 28, 2016 4:00pm EDT
the attack on china. to do predictive analysis in the future. >> the broader is the president. is a tall order to keep information safe. >> if you look at the strife the government has made over the last 10 to 15 years in what used used to be a paper environment that innovation while very important has led to challenges present challenges with major i showed americans.cyburt tax is one of the biggest threat facing the country second to isis this that we hear about the success full cyber attacks that we don't hear of the tens of thousands attempted every day. cybersecurity experts are working to build more layers of security when hackers. they can't get far. >> if they break into a house i want them confined to a certain space, to the front hallway agencies were attacked more than 77,000 times in 2015 at 13% -- 1300%. the staggering numbers. >> will be always the eldest of 100% of everyone, probably not. the question is if they do get through how to we isolate them so they can do damage to other parts of the environment? >>> a new startup is trying to be the air pnb assisted living i
ABC
Jan 8, 2016 4:00pm EST
strong jobs reports and rebounding stock in china roosted early trading nearly 140 points. u.s. stocks couldn't follow that rally. it's not even close to the near 400 points stocks fell yesterday though. >>> gas is expected to get even cheaper for the fourth year in a row. consumer savings at the pump could go into the millions. >> reporter: with falling oil prices and demand, we have seen gas prices drop for years. experts say that's a trend we are likely to see continue this year. www.gasbuddy.com has released its annual prediction. they say for the fourth straight year, gas prices will drop. they are expecting a yearly average right around $2.25 per gallon and the average peak price just below $2.70. that price peaking in may as usual. but there are a ton of factors that play into paying the price you see at the pump. how reliable is a study like this? we asked aaa who does its own tracking to weigh in. >> there is things we can't predict. international situations, whether, supply disruptions, but a lot of it is the supply and demand we learned in school. >> reporter: for di
ABC
Aug 11, 2016 4:00pm EDT
count. you read them off. >> usa, 32 gold. china, 25. japan in third with 18. russia 15. great britain 15. gold rush with the usa. we're doing good. >> a lot of that happening in the pool. u.s. women's katie ledecky anchoring that team. >> it has been exciting to watch. michael phelps racking up the gold. today two u.s. gymnasts are going for the gold as well. the favorites in the all-around competition. justin found that victory is already inspiring a whole new generation of young gymnasts. >> reporter: in rio, there's simone and gabby. >> okay. >> reporter: and here is mckenna and cameron. >> because i want to get a gold gymnastics school might push a little harder this week, inspired by what they see in rio. >> because when they do it, i have a goal for me to do it. >> reporter: when the u.s. women's olympic team took home the gold. >> i almost cried. >> reporter: 8-year-old mckenna started dreaming of gold herself. >> yes. >> good. thank you. >> reporter: coach laura. >> i think it's amazing. i think usa gymnastics has done a wonderful job. >> reporter: sees it every four y
ABC
Feb 17, 2016 4:00pm EST
is going to great lengths to search for aliens. >> reporter: china is really serious about its search for aliens. so serious that it is forcing thousands of people out of their home in order to build this giant radio telescope. it's called fast. southwestern providence. construction started back in 2011. experts say the telescope could henry searcherring finally discover extra terrestrial life or it might not find anything. residents are being relocated to create a sound environment. in years past the communist party have moved people and have been argued against saying that relocated residents don't get enough warning or money. the residents will be paid $1,800 u.s. dollars for their troubles and they may be able to say they lived in the place remember to watch newsy on your tv with your favorite streaming >> officials say this was well planned. the explosion was from a car bomb. you see the flames and the chaos and people yelling in the background. sirens going off. it was targeting military vehicles with people in them. a turkish diplomat was supposed to visit but because of
ABC
Jan 7, 2016 4:00pm EST
again over concerns about china's economy. the dow dropping just under 400 points today. this comes after stock markets in china had to suspend trading after 30 minutes. stocks dropping 7%. it's the shortest trading day ever in the chinese markets 25- wall street is off to its worst start to a new year since 2008. >>> in the meantime, there's new etched showing north korea may have not detonated a hydrogen bomb like it claims. japan sent these claims to collect dust in the air after the tests yesterday. japanese officials are saying they didn't find any change in the radiation levels. >>> the u.s. house of representatives saying today it will vote as early as next week on legislation putting new sanctions in on north korea. they include targeting access to hard currency and stepping up inspections of north korean cargo. [music] >>> janet jackson dispelling rumors that she has throat cancer. you may have heard the rumors about the diagnosis in the last couple of days. but she posted a song from her remember, believe it when you hear it from my lips. the rumors are not true. i do not
ABC
Nov 7, 2016 4:00pm EST
economic competition from europe? we want to see them do better so we can sell them more. about china. had shay will own the 21st century. -- how china will only 21st century. they do not have enough energy or water. they have a $2 trillion project . >> jimmy buffett is taking the stage in just a matter of minutes. >>> all right. we all know we are not supposed to mess with certain her life, but it is hard when they are so cute. >> listen. for one thing and now in more trouble with police finding a six month old baby koala is inside her back. >> you cannot do that? >> no. that is not legal. police were both surprised by an inlet with this koala. he has since been taken to a wildlife group. he is expected to be okay. the koala is a protected animal in australia. >>> we are just converts ab breaking into a woman's home and tying her up and robbing her. they had a gun and fortunately they did not use it. this is in lakeland. we have erik waxler finding out more about how authorities were able to track these guys down. you can look for his story coming up on abc action news at 5:00. >> all rig
ABC
Jan 18, 2016 4:00pm EST
i have ever met. >> >> when we come back, the fast food china wants to charge you more to eat healthier, almost a dollar, we'll explain, coming >> a couple of weeks before the iowa caucuses, florida senator running for the gop presidential nomination. third place in iowa with 13% of the votes. >> >> just a short time ago wrapping up, donald trump campaigning in concorde, new daughter along up on stage as well. >> >> a look now at the difference between what average americans are making as opposed to extremely rich. a new report showing the world 62 richest people have as much wealth as half of the world's population. more 3.6 billion people. in 2010, it took 380 billionaires to have that portion of global wealth. the income gap is growing. the report showing 20% of the world living in extreme poverty barely saw their incomes budge between 1988 and 2011. compare that to the most wealthy 10% that saw a jump of 46%. >> >> the fast food restaurant that has made a lot of money on waffle fries, fried chicken and fries is trying to make you healthy and charging you for it. broccoli,
ABC
Jan 26, 2016 4:00pm EST
make sure that the drivers are being safe. they want to make sure that contracted workers in china weren't attending protests against its service. this time the company will only be looking at driver's data when a rider posts a bad review to see if the complaint was warranted. accelerating, they will ask them to curb their enthusiasm. a part of the drivers' argument is because the company enforces performance standards they should be considered employees and therefore eligible for benefits. >>> remember wash newsy on your tv with your favorite streaming device. >>> right now, we're taking a live look at democratic candidate bernie sanders. he is in minnesota right now at a rally trying to get as many troops as he can to make sure that he wins in iowa. let's listen in. >> unless he or she is loud and clear that they will vote to overturn citizens united. [cheering and applause] everybody in this room knows succeed now and in the future, we need the best educated workforce in the world. [cheering and applause] >> it is insane, it is counter productive to everything that we need to se
ABC
Feb 12, 2016 4:00pm EST
and radar systems. it's being built in china, and will travel to duabi. no word on whether jack and rose will be on board for the maiden voyage. i'm katie link. watch newsy on your tv with >>> welcome back to the now tampa bay, we have some new moves to tell you about from flight tracker with allegiant airlines flight 153. it had to make an emergency landing in birmingham alabama. they are moving back to where they need to go to, to nebraska. 153 people were on board the plane. apparently the pilots were smelling something they didn't like. water, so then they stopped in alabama. minutes ago. time. minutes ago. hurt. >>> staying with the unfriendly skies for a moment, a plane that was supposed to be heading to tampa got hit by a van before it took off. the passengers were at logan international airport in boston plane. finally back in tampa, they are telling us what they think happened. >>> all of a sudden, the whole plane just shook, and we're like, what was that. >> we were on a plane, and we heard a big bang, and the plane went up and came back down with a big jolt. >> apparently
ABC
Sep 14, 2016 4:00pm EDT
taiwan and china because of this super typhoon. that is a picture from space there, the satellite image. i want to show you pictures, video as it hit. you can see the massive waves. the wind there. all of this happening while people are in the area. awnings being lifted off of buildings. you see the debris there. all of this got up to 230 miles per hour. a bus flipping over. you see cars here. someone actually trying to get on a scooter got blown over in all of this wind. it's just a crazy storm happening there right now. here is another look for you, though, at the damage left behind. a power line falling right on to the hood of a car. branches scattered all over the road. debris as well there. this was the strongest typhoon seen there since 2013. right now we know two people but that number of course could go up. >>> shay, you see things like that and it's just amazing. it looks like a movie, a devastinmovely. >> it is nasty. fortunately we are not in any direct threat of any tropical systems at the time. we're in good shape with our typical afternoon storms. you parked in the garage,
ABC
Aug 24, 2016 4:00pm EDT
china. >> that ad facing a massachusetts shirt manufacturer as you gathered. back to today's rally in tampa. republicans are trying to capitalize on the alleged overlap between the clinton family foundation and her former new york mayor rudy giuliani saying the scandal will be bigger than watergate. >>> just a short time ago we learned the funeral arrangements for a fixture in the tampa community for so many years have been finalized. lawrence higgins, the founder and pastor of saint lawrence catholic church for 49 years will be laid to rest next wednesday at 11:30 at the burial garden of memories cemetery in tampa. before that, though, there will be public viewings on in the evening. both of those happening at saint lawrence catholic church in tampa. he was 87 years old. >>> and now we know what caused a fire at some condos in clearwater overnight. firefighters tell us that someone smoking on a balcony tried to put out a cigarette in a plastic water bottle but ended upstarting a fire. the people were woken up to smoke alarms. >>> all right. about this time yesterday, dell mabry looke
ABC
Aug 24, 2016 4:00pm EDT
tv-commercial from china. >> that ad facing a massachusetts shirt manufacturer as you gathered. back to today's rally in tampa. republicans are trying to capitalize on the alleged overlap between the clinton family foundation and her
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