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Al Jazeera America
Nov 16, 2013 2:30am EST
over women's bodies like china. that's one of the beautiful things that roe v. wade did in my mind, making sure that the government doesn't have the government to coerce women one way or the other. in china, they're forcing some of the history is that they force women to have abortions, and that, for me, is unacceptable. >> all right, i want to go to community first. tara, before i give you the chance to jump into this conversation, i have a couple of things for you to look at as well. ivy on facebook: and i also have this video comment from teddy. look at this. >> there are several reasons why the proposed ban on abortion problematic. it's unconstitutional, and being justified as pseudo science, but what i find most disturbing is it would cause a serious lack of access to reproductive healthcare for women, not just in albuquerque, but in new mexico and throughout the southwest region, as well as having a disproportionate affect on low income women. >> so tara, do you think that there are regional implications? >> i think that both of those are excellent points. important thing to
Al Jazeera America
Mar 20, 2014 12:30pm EDT
out my page right here, similac hq, this is in china raging, people think if they give this to their toddler that they will become smarter with inteleipro. this is a personal issue and we shouldn't be shaming moms about formula-needing and what decisions they make. >> everyone knows raising a child is no easy task and deciding what to need them can be even harder. for decades, infant formula was touted as scientifically better for babies. aggressive campaigns have weaned much of the public off of formula and back to the notion that breast is best. financial losses aas a result, but instead of throwing a tantrum they've turned to toddlers. globally, it is a $15 billion industry. toddler milk is now the fastest growing product for formula companies. powdered based milk claims to provide t tots nutrition. >> is something be missing from your toddler's formula? toddlers only get 25% of the dha that many experts recommend. >> marketing buzz words like dha are just needing into insecurities. toddlers don't need special milk. it's packaged milk and twice as much sugar as regular milk
Al Jazeera America
Dec 14, 2013 2:30am EST
opposition says the president failed to meet its demand. >> and a mission to the moon, china's rover ready to make its final oa
Al Jazeera America
Nov 27, 2013 2:30am EST
the south china sea. the united states flies b 52 bombers over islands claimed by both china and japan. >>> hello from me, david foster, live from doha. they want the thai prime minister to quit. thousands of protesters occupy government ministries. violence on the streets of honduras, protesters refusing to accept the presidential election result. >> and decision day for silvio berlusconi, the italian senator sp
Al Jazeera America
Mar 26, 2014 7:30pm EDT
religious minorities yet the united states continue to engage leaders from countries like china. this is a poor move by the united states. >> what does the network say? >> e >> e >> eliza says, he should be denied the visa for the pogrom. then ari says, absolutely not, when modi talks about development, he talks about development for all indians, and finally 786 says india is a secular democracy, modi espouses only the religious philosopher to be prominent. my question for sunny, we talk about modi's promise for pluralism in the world's largest democracy. do you feel that's achievable? >> i think it's tricky certainly because as you said, modi is a part of the bjp and the bjp is part of a group called the sunp sunparavar. traditionally seen as muslims and christians as outsiders in india. after 2002 modi went around and kept saying gujarat riots never even happened. he's responsible for the police not stopping the riots and he even appointed a woman in his cabinet who was later on convicted as one of the key instigators of the riot. she was actually found handing out weapons to people an
Al Jazeera America
Dec 19, 2013 12:30pm EST
history. i always tell people i'm like if at some point say the only people that went to china that emigrated from china are the ones that showed up on jersey shore, wore a tan and hard-partying, a statistic play out -- >> jenny hopefully that will never happen. >> i don't know. >> you were mentioning the effects it was having especially owomen, the family secure says i'm not asian american but i've heard the model american stereotype may be contributing, very existent of native americans and problems of u.s. colonization. i want to get in this video comment. >> my parents are refugees from laos that emimmigrated to the ultimates in the 1980s. my brother and i grew up on a failing education system. a lot of my friends couldn't graduate high school, they joined gangs and started families early. only a handful of us went on to college. these stories are not unique to me. these experience are also experiences from southeast asian americans and are discredited by the model american stereotype. >> we are getting feedback that asian americans do not live up to this quote unquote model ame
Al Jazeera America
Sep 28, 2013 5:30am EDT
? can rare minerals in china affect your cell phone bill? or how a hospital in texas could drive up your healthcare premium? i'll make the connections from the news to your money real. hi, my name is jonathan betz, and i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for al jazeera america. i started in a small television station in rural arkansas. it's a part of the country that often gets overlooked. but there are a lot of fascinating people there, a lot of fascinating stories there. i like that al jazeera will pay attention to those kinds of places. what drew me to journalism is i like the idea that we are documenting history. al jazeera documents it like none other. and to be a journalist, and to be part of a team like that? that's an incredible blessing. >> welcome back, we're talking about fryeburg maine, and contracts that the nestle's corporation is trying to get. mike, i want to pick up from from before the break, and reading chet from viewers, we don't trust nestle. they sued the town five times over a 100 trip per day loading facility that the town didn't want and they filed sui
Al Jazeera America
Feb 10, 2014 3:30am EST
china hopes the world will watch it too. >> that story and the rest of the day's news including more on the top story of the ceasefire in the syrian city of homs. and the geneva ii peace talks ready to resume on the website aljazeera.com. you might be surprised. our digital producer, rajahad ali is here, giving us feedback, and we have max brooks. >> comics are not just for kids anymore. as you know, i'm an avid reader of comic books, and i'm married. and my wife tolerates it. but we asked our community. and we have this great one, from an iraqi viewer. he said there was an embargo with everything comic books. she said that i never knew that flash avenged the death of his wife. that was back in 1991. and then gabby said, my brother taught me to read without comics, and i was a mutant. i could go: >> so what super hero would you be? >> i would say i would be batman, but i'm getting older, and i would be better as the toad. >> the female version of the green arrow, the environmentalist. >> we'll calleer arrowette. >> from your local newspaper comics, part of our global culture, th
Al Jazeera America
Nov 1, 2014 12:30pm EDT
europe having to fight the failure of greece and spain, roughly 2010, and then china is looking at its own economic slowdown, and japan, both central banks are throwing trillions of dollars at their slowdown and flooding the plain with money so people can keep the economy alive. a lot of this money turns into hot money. which goes into investments. there are chinese buyers coming in willing to pay 100% cash, and driving up prices of everything, because they are hard assets that they can't buy at home. there will be a time when they have to start taking back that stimulus, when these guys have to take up rates. >> you are talking about the unintented consequences and liz says: max, speaking about what tony just said, should the united states play an aggressive role in helping the european economy right now especially the industrial jump in germany and the u.k. >> there is always going to be a place for the united states. however, they have to be careful here, in part because we have had a very ambivalent relationship of righting our own ship, which has its own problems. we have been
Al Jazeera America
Mar 26, 2015 1:30pm EDT
. >> governments beyond those we might expect like russia and china. are hiring hundreds of individuals and then to go to sites and discredit the site itself. some of the people putting it on the side. is there any concern on your part that wikipedia can become so infiltrated by people like this. to trust the people that are there? >> i think that people are smart. i think that's a fundamental thing. any user on the internet ha many different options and resources. and sources of information available to them. if you see something that doesn't look right to check it out, and if it happens to be incorrect you should correct it. >> thank you, so much beare out of time, until next time
Al Jazeera America
Jan 11, 2015 2:30am EST
child army of africa, not some stupid video game. this is a video game re'sed from china. it is called glorious mission. i will show you a couple of seconds. >> that looks so real. >> yeah, that's real that was create add couple of years ago, in that game you get to train -- and then you fight u.s. soldiers now speaking about the united states, we are also not innocent here is army's army, this is downloadable, one of the most popular downloadable games of all time, check this out. welcome to your first training exercise. >> and now check this out, this is isil, islamic state in iraq, they have created their own version overgrain theft auto, not making it up. check this out. this is a trailer i found on youtube. and we have a video comment. >> war is a terrible thing, and it is a very human experience, and a human thing to want to include this in entertainment. diversity is a huge gaming right now. l it's first person shooters we can have thoughtful conversations about what it means to experience conflict in war, by including more and diverse points of view. >> all right, so pho
Al Jazeera America
Mar 11, 2014 12:30pm EDT
feed everybody on the planet without destroying the planet. my dad, china, and india, are not going to be buying $6 eggs from farmer's markets. so we have to figure out leaps instead of incremental changes. already. >> yeah. first i want to say i am obviously never going to live that headline down. i do endorse the point which is to say, yes, technology is part of the solution, and even in the article i make this point. at the time i was feeling like there was such an enthusiasm to all of the technical aspects of the problem, that it gets in the way of feeding places all over the world, including in the u.s. where we have many, man many -- hungry americans. innovations will always be there, either in food production, on the farm, in the store, but i think it has to be a part of it, not the whole. >> daniel does it have to be a part or are we talking about sweeping fundamental change? >> i think it's a part of it. i think exactly what tom and josh were talking about, it's -- technology is going to be -- in the past we had the green revolution based on pesticides, and biotechnology, a
Al Jazeera America
Mar 18, 2015 1:30pm EDT
think comes through north korea actually starts in china. >> that is certainly what the reports are saying. so it is very likely that north korea may not have the resources themselves to do this type of attack, but there are people are available to be able to actually hire them, and bring them in, and have them do the attack. >> so we are talking about the sony hack. the united states should first find out the exact reasons for the attacks and why sony was targeted, and lisa as a right people are now alleging because of the movie "the interview." we are still waiting to find out, and check out my screen here, what makes i.t. breeches successful. 100% of organizations surveyed had a significant attack in the last two years, 87% of organizations felt impacted by privileged misuse, attackers use privilege, and 67% of tax, and three main way gain access. compromised a privilege user's workstation, two, stoled a users credentials, and that's what this saying happened in the sony hack, and three through a pass a hash the attack. and lisa you found this website, the world's biggest data br
Al Jazeera America
May 18, 2014 1:30am EDT
thought about how climate change can effect your grocery bill? could rare minerals in china effect your cell phone bill? or, how a hospital in texas could drive up your health care premium. i'll make the connections from the news to your money real. enterprise. >> what do you mean by that? human enterprise? >> a human enterprise fails. >> the problem that the bureau has got is if they fail and you find out about it, the world finds out about it, it's a big, big deal because they hold themselves out above that. we are not human. we are almost godlike. >> welcome back. we are discussing controversial aspects of our justice stem with the film maker of the original series, "the system. as you saw on that clip, question a.m. law enforcement procedures rise all the way to the federal level. joining us out of greenville north carolina is fred white herself a chemist who blew the whistle on fbi crime lab practices he believed were producing flawed forensiceds. you said what was going on in the fbi crime lab was not science but rather a subjective nightmare. what did you witness that led you to
Al Jazeera America
Nov 9, 2013 7:30pm EST
kingdom, germany, france, russia and china, and i want to thank lady katherine ashton for her leadership and for the european's unions convening all of us here in order to perform this very important business of trying to deal with the question of a country's potential move towards nuclear weapons, and obviously the commitment by the president, and by all of the member states p-5 plus one and others in the world to make certain that that doesn't happen, that iran does not get a nuclear weapon. i want to say that the negotiations were conducted with mutual respect. they were very serious. but they were conducted in a civil and appropriate way for a subject as serious as this one. we came to geneva determined as president obama said his goal since day one as president to make certain that iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon. that remains our goal because we remain committed to preventing the proliferation of weapons 6 mass destruction and we remain committed to protecting our allies. particularly our allies in that region where security is so critical. we also are committed to protectin
Al Jazeera America
Oct 19, 2013 2:30am EDT
to meet that and stay competitive? countries like china are catching up, in as soon as and technology and math. and you'll hear that a lot in the show tonight. in the u.s., 38% of young adults who start off majoring in fields graduate with something completely different, and those who do for tend to be white and mail. women account for 18% of the field. and blacks and latinos make up only 12%. so has the u.s. lost it's passion for science and technology or do we need a more innovative way to reach people? joining us is jonathan brack, and kent campbell joining us, he runs science 2.0. and jonathan joins us, an organization that is working to eliminate the barriers. shelly caine is an at have cat for women in technology, and the founder of code montage, a program designed to help people, particularly girls, improve their software skills. and i want to start with you. let's talk about young people in math, the numbers are going down, and we don't know why. kids spend mott of their waking hours in school, and is there something across the board in k through 12 across the board
Al Jazeera America
Mar 21, 2015 4:30am EDT
. foreign ministers from china and others talk for the first time in three years. and the lengths some p
Al Jazeera America
Sep 4, 2013 5:30am EDT
russia and china which is one of the reasons the obamastration feels it's falling back primarily on the united states. how do syrians feel about states? >> i mean syrians want a solution at the end of the day. the syrian people have been calling for the international community, have called specifically to the united states and taken to the streets of the united states for action. they have looked to the united states as a democracy. for the past few years. and the united states also has allies. they have turkey in the region. they have countries that have said that they will support some part of action taken. but if you pay attention to the hearing today that took place as well, the united states is the most capable and has the most capacity to do the things they want to accomplish and what the international community hopes to kay come accomplish. >> nasi says there are no honest brokers here this is the tragi conundr conundrum. and bar eke says who knows who will pull iran. world warr iii: rheme, i am going to go to you. many are saying syrians are being used as a pawn in a greater
Al Jazeera America
Oct 21, 2014 12:30pm EDT
homes to foreclosure. concerned about the government shipping our jobs to china and allowing and even encouraging illegal alien to his come in to this country and they are trying to study and learn why is this happening and how can this be? and as you study, it will take you back to fundamentals. and the fundamentals bring you back to the declaration of independence was just the basis for safe remember at this in this country. >> there is more than studying and learning going on it seems. we'll get back to that in a minute. ryan talk about the group more. they are loosely organized. don't call themselves a group. any sense of how many people are associated with it? >> well, we have estimated in the neighborhood of 300,000 people in the country are probably sovereign citizens or identify or self identify somewhere under that ideology. i think alfred is somewhat incorrect in saying that it is not a group. i mean, while it is an ideology, there are certainty sovereign groups across the country who are organized and formed themselves in to be established organizations. you know, for
Al Jazeera America
Apr 22, 2015 3:30pm EDT
it backfires on the president. you mentioned the president's trip to china, meeting with the chinese president and announcing that china for the first time ever was going to be setting targets to meet goal limitations or coal fired plants or carbon emissions as a whole at some point in the future as memory serves by 2030. the problem with that of course is it's left very ambiguous. china has not agreed to many specific goals and they could disappear like so much carbon dust if you pardon the pun. the president believes he can build a legacy as a green president. a few weeks ago, i had an opportunity to ask josh earnest as the daily briefing at the white house in the face of a lot of disappointment on the part of environmentalists about the president's legacy what they considered a mixed record whether the president could be considered a green president and josh earnest said this is the greenest president in history and more to that point, after the president made announce president earlier this month, another environmental announcement, here's a little bit of what we said at the time
Al Jazeera America
Aug 7, 2014 12:30pm EDT
., africa relationship and historically it is thought that china and india had a different perspective and different relationship with us. but i think this is historic in so many ways and it's 50 countries coming and only four countries who is not been invited and egypt is invited and central african republic and weste western saraha and zimbobwai and they will talk about the next generation and africa has a population of 1.5 billion and projected to be 2.4 billion by 2040 so that is a lot of people that we need to have a positive relationship with and looking at the trade-in investment portfolio and looking at small and medium enterprises and how we work with them on both sides of the atlantic and good things and some concerns about but having bilateral meetings with 50 leaders who are here and a legitimate comment. i recently wrote about the fact we can have regional meetings and come up with five meetings if we cannot do 50. but i do understand that the nature of the focus, i think the themes that the u.s. government has chosen are the rights themes for the summit. >> so, brooks, pe
Al Jazeera America
Dec 8, 2014 3:30am EST
. ♪ >> let's take a look at china. >> china overtakes us. america has to live with the china that exists.
Al Jazeera America
Oct 16, 2013 2:30am EDT
grocery bill? can rare minerals in china affect your cell phone bill? or how a hospital in texas could drive up your healthcare premium? i'll make the connections from the news to your money real. >> welcome back, we're discussing the future of news. two days ago, the committee of journalists issued a report t. saying that the obama administration has not come through a more transparent government. an obscure 1917 law to enable felony progressions for six government employees for leak being classified information to the press, compared to all previous administrations combined. let's talk about the general move away from reporting from newspapers and tv and networks. throughout my career, investigations seem to ebb and flow. the investigative teams, and a lot of it seems 20 depend on the economy, but right now, it feels different, it feels like a more permanent shift. >> i think that's right. it was created five years ago because what has gone on, as the business price of the press has accelerated, almost in every case, and there are a couple of exceptions and the new york times is a no
Al Jazeera America
Sep 26, 2013 5:30am EDT
convinced legislators in china, syria, russia to require labeling on the product but it has not had the same affect on the u.s.? >> weller we're not china, syria or russia, either. i would like to think we pu livn a place where we put evidence above feeling and let data dictate decisions. in the eu it's been easy for applications to go to opinions demands. >> the community has thoughts about the agenda. table about labeling. it would benefit those who i void those and impose costs on those who don't. dj said well funded lobbyists make very well funded politicians which makes a poorly fed people and rich crops. here is a video glint . genetically engineered crops led to fewerrest sides but big corporations have increased their profits to huge levels. to me it is a question of both those things that are going on in the genetically modified world. it's not necessarily about consumers but big agricultural corporations. >> philip said what is the role of money and corporations in this debate? >> well, i think that's, you know, really what i found out, which i didn't know about three year
Al Jazeera America
Nov 9, 2013 2:30am EST
control - the forgotten crisis in the central african republic. >> and i'm andrew thomas in china -
Al Jazeera America
Dec 4, 2013 2:30am EST
beijing hours after blaming china for increasing tensions in the region. [ ♪ music ] >> hello, welcome to al jazeera, live from our headquarters in doha. also ahead: a temporary truth in thailand as anti-government protesters clean up ahead of the king's birthday. protesters in ukraine refuse to back down as the government says it's business as usual.
Al Jazeera America
Apr 20, 2014 1:30am EDT
what you can get from china. the other thing is it's daunting to start a business. when you go from the prototype to i have a business and i have 4,000 or a million orders to fulfil, it's a daunting jump because of regulation and complexity and overhead. >> a lot of this may sell out. one viewer says: >> ben, i want to get you in the conversation. if emerson was alive he may sell pepsi and coke. are you afraid the maker movement may become corporatized. >> no, i'm not. i don't think it's a new thing. when you think of recipes shared for decades, things like the toll-house cooky. it's slapped on to a bag of chocolate chips. i think the companies are starting to realise that this kind of media content is an effect ty way of driving consumption. the big advantage is that it allows consumers to be selective and consien somehows. we we some groups that want control of all the materials. >> i think of apple, nike, and others, starting in a garage. there must be millions of ideas that never had the avenues to take ideas turn into something. >> we are living in amazing time, i believe in al
Al Jazeera America
Jun 1, 2014 4:30am EDT
from al jazeera. also ahead - the anger behind the smiles. china hits back at the u.s. over its stance on the south china sea. >> a sudanese government official says the woman sentenced to death for abandoni
Al Jazeera America
Jun 3, 2014 12:30pm EDT
protecting their own lives because they know the risks of getting involved in politics. >> china has ten times the number of graduates as it had in 1989 but around a third of them is unemployed. simply because the economy isn't producing enough white collar >> new takes on classics are constantly evolving. times it's a type of cuisine. do food trends naturally happen or do they come out of pure public infatuation? is there something or perhaps someone that's driving us to buy or school fashionable food? here to discuss this is joren peterson. she's won the foot network's show cub cake wars, twice. and david sax, author of the taste makers, why we're crazy about cup case and fondue. every year we witness food fads from kale to kim chee and cupcakes. they are often industry driven. how does that happen? >> it often starts with the kernel of what you said, organic but gets taken up through marketing and sort of medias channels. everybody wants to capture a taste of that food trend because it represents tremendous dollars and tremendous potential in terms of the consumer food market.
Al Jazeera America
Mar 5, 2014 2:30am EST
to al jazeera america, live from doha. . >>> also on the program - china ramps up defense spending as the united states cuts back. >>> three of al jazeera's
Al Jazeera America
Feb 5, 2014 2:30am EST
, life from doha. also - a warning from china about a new strain of bird flu that has the potential to spread. >> egypt releases an al jazeera cameraman cleared of inciting riots. >> plus -- >> david beckham's plans to unveil a major league soccer team is making headlines.
Al Jazeera America
Mar 18, 2014 2:30am EDT
thought about how climate change can effect your grocery bill? could rare minerals in china effect your cell phone bill? or, how a hospital in texas could drive up your health care premium. i'll make the connections from the news to your money real. >> welcome back, we're talking about companies that buy and sell all kinds of information but. mostly without your knowledge. what rights do you have? raj, our viewers have some thoughts on that. >> our community are always helpful. phil, i want to go back to you, you're a victim of data breach, and is it time for pen and paper? do we have to go back to the 20th century? is there any alternative as opposed to going off the grid to protect ourselves? >> there are a lot of things you can do, but in my case, there was nothing that i did wrong, and nothing i could have done differently to keep my identity from being stolen. but it really goes back to the data breaches at the big data centers. just storehouses of millions of people's information. if an identity thief hacks into that, they get information on everybody, and that's what happens to m
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