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May 20, 2014 8:00am PDT
to share information. >>> who is stealing what from whom? full blown diplomatic drama. china is furious. "@ this hour" beijing threatening to retaliate. >>> hello, everyone. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. those stories and more right now "@ this hour." >> you can smell it in the air. >> can you? >> election day. key ballots are being cast from coast to coast right now. what happens in the primaries today will shape the fall elections and could reshape congress. the six states holding primaries right now are arkansas georgia, idaho, kentucky oregon and pennsylvania. >> and in four of those primaries, voters are deciding between establishment republicans versus tea party challengers including a challenge in kentucky to senate minority leader mitch mcconnell. we want to bring in our dana bash on the road following things along keeping an eye on things for us. we know mitch mcconnell isn't the only establishment candidate putting up a strong counteroffensive against the tea party. in fact -- >> dana are you there? >> reporter: i am. hi john and michaela. >> give us a sens
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Dec 29, 2014 8:00am PST
now one u.s. senator says it's not just north korea that's to blame, china as well. stay with us. well, a mortgage shouldn't be a problem your credit is in pretty good shape. >>pretty good? i know i have a 798 fico score thanks to the tools and help on experian.com. kaboom... well, i just have a few other questions. >>chuck, the only other question you need to ask is, "what else can you do for me?" i'll just take a water... get your credit swagger on. become a member of experian credit tracker and find out your fico score powered by experian. fico scores are used in 90% of credit decisions. so ally bank really has no hidden fees on savings accounts? that's right. it's just that i'm worried about you know "hidden things..." ok, why's that? no hidden fees from the bank where no branches equals great rates. >> my fiance he's family was on that plane. >> we're devastated by what's happened. >> the grief beginning to set in for the families of the 162 people on board missing airasia flight 8501. the airbus disappeared off radar sunday morning as it flew from indonesia over the java se
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Mar 14, 2014 8:00am PDT
farther east to the south, china sea. obviously, this has now become one of the biggest mysteries in aviation. >> we have so many angles to explore at this hour. >> joining us, mary schiavo, former inspector general of the u.s. department of transportation. this new information about the satellite pings an the idea this plane was being navigated via wave points in the andaman islands. what does that tell us and what does that not tell us? >> i think what we have to focus on is what the data is. the transponder stopped transmitting, not that anybody turned it off. the same with the messaging system, it stopped. we have five wave points, the one on the island to the west of malaysia and the four data points from the satellite. the most logical thing is to say, for whatever reason, there is no more data and the plane was continuing on that path. can it the plane do it by itself on autopilot, yes, it can. can it do it with pilots flying it? >> yes, it can. are they in a straight line from the last known position where we know we had the pilot turn. if they are in a straight line, it coul
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Dec 18, 2014 8:00am PST
. accused china, the people's liberation army and a unit there of launching attacks against u.s. companies to steal economic secrets. here we're talking about north korea essentially censuring the united states movie industry. and that has really big implications. this is not something that even our government is able to do. >> it was already used to censuring their own activities, but now they've reached outside of their borders. it's interesting because we're used to a fair amount of bluster and often idol threats from north korea. does this seem because it's in the cyber realm, this is something more gray? >> here is what they've done. normally we see these threats when they've created a new missile. often these missiles don't work. they explode when they launch them, and it's very embarrassing for the regime. in this case they've been able to carry out an attack very suck selvesly now because this movie has been pulled and they didn't have to do any of those things. they didn't have to spend nearly as much money. it was successful in a way that none of those other threats have ever bee
CNN
May 28, 2014 8:00am PDT
dealing with china and territorial disputes in the south and east china seas as evidence in his view that this american policy working with partners, this small ball policy in effect is working. critics would argue it's too early to say the policy is working in ukraine or iran and that in some ways it shows the limits of the strategy in ukraine. the president was able to bring partners in europe for some sanctions against russia but not all sanctions that ukrainians hope for. in iran, a long way to go to a nuclear deal there and the u.s. developing a strategy for pushing back against china's own territorial claims in the china sea. too early to claim those as successes. the president claimed ukraine, iran, china, as examples of where this small ball is in effect working. i think if you were to poll the folks i was speaking to in ukraine in the last several days, syrians suffering through four years of civil war, southeast asians concerned about china's rise. if you were to poll them to see how much confidence and comfort they took from this statement, i think you would get some hard
CNN
May 7, 2014 8:00am PDT
, china and australia are due to meet today to plot a long-term strategy for finding that missing jetliner. the australians are leading the search and they say the next phase of the hunt could last eight months. and the cost? how about $60 million? in the meantime, a new cnn/orc poll finds that almost 7 in 10 americans think the hunt for boeing 777 and 239 people who vanished with it should continue. joining me now, richard qwest and we'll crunch the numbers and dig deeper into this poll. you couldn't bear the thought of me being alone. i appreciate it. what a charmer. let's talk about this. 57% of respondents -- i want to jump to the other one first. 57. there it is. 66% of people polled believe that it was actions by the pilot or flight crew. >> right. that is 66% of those who don't believe it was mechanical. if you go back to that other one -- let's start from the beginning. let's begin again. 7 out of 10 say the search should continue. that makes sense. this is a country where people fly. a lot. >> you think the numbers would be elsewhere in the world? >> not necessarily. spec
CNN
Mar 12, 2014 8:00am PDT
also concerned about china in all of this since most of the nationals on board are china. it will not be long before the rhetoric from beijing becomes even more bell acoss than it already is. won't be long before china starts saying to malaysia, if you guys aren't going to do it, we're going to do it. >> that's another variable we haven't considered. we appreciate that. it is a story we are going to continue until any trace of this airplane is found. we appreciate you joining us. we are going to continue our coverage here and go back to east harlem and give you the idea of what is happening on the ground that has already claimed the life of one person in new york. ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing good around ♪ ♪ turn around, barry ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ [ female announcer ] fiber one. >>> welcome back. one block away from a large explosion in east harlem on 116th, between 116th and 117th on park avenue. one building at least simply gone. another one badly damaged, perhaps gone also. two buildings affected
CNN
Apr 10, 2014 8:00am PDT
malacca straits. we're told also now that they put up search aircraft into the south china seas as well to try to see if there was anything that they could find out about this missing aircraft. obviously, this action came way later, about six hours after the aircraft had passed through that area. they have no chance of spotting it, but those aircraft, we're told, were put up as a precautionary measure by the military. we have not been told that before. this is new information. >> they're now saying not only did they send planes into the straits of malacca but also into the south china sea. i want to make sure i'm clear about that. >> reporter: this is something that we've been checking and verifying with one of the sources that provided this information. this is what we're being told. into the malacca straits and on the south china seas, obviously on the original path of that flight, john. >> all right. that's very good to know. we'll talk about why that's important in just a second. nic robertson, thank you so much again, breaking this news this morning. so we're left with two big ques
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Mar 4, 2014 8:00am PST
of roads may lead to china. what if we keep the g-8 but this year china is invited in place of russia, for example? we have developed all these trade relations with china. it is starting to work fairly well recently even though there are human rights concerns. we have tool ns our kit to punish putin. we must do that. >> michael? >> i agree. there is no military response that is really thinkable. you can still have two countries with thousands of nuclear warheads. in that respigot, not much different than 1956 when eisenhower declined to respond to the hungarian invasion. there are economic tools, a whole array of them as douglas points out. the only thing that can make him think twice is a unified front that would include china and japan. there has been discussion about staying out of the g-8 summit in sochi. perhaps there should be discussion as we've heard some people talk about ousting russia from the g-8 and inviting china instead. there are a lot of things that can be done including with the help of the u.s. congress, a new round of sanctions. that seems to upset the russian lead
CNN
Apr 14, 2014 8:00am PDT
china, spoke with the premiere there and he bore this message of hope, very crucial given that over 150 of the passengers are from china. there was a very hot emotional issue, bears directly on relations between australia and china, between malaysia and china. so it's very freighted, very important. >> so much at play here. mary, when we talk about some of the announcements that were made at the press conference earlier on sunday, the notion that the surface search could be coming to an end, what does that tell you given the investigations you've been involved in? what does that say to you? >> well, it's just that so much time has passed since the plane would have entered the water that they're just using a lot of resources, a lot of personnel, a lot of time to search when really the current and the waves would have moved things far away. they've gotten the pings, they've gotten the four pings. at this point they're going to go under water and look. if they find it they don't need the wreckage that floated away. they need to find what's under the surface. they'll have to take the ne
CNN
Apr 17, 2014 8:00am PDT
countries involved, china's in there. we know vote -- vietnam is in there. lots of countries involved, lots of ships, as aron mentioned. so the cost is being drbistribud over many different countries with australia bearing the brunt, we think, so far. >> everyone wants to find this for the families of the people on board, but there are serious technical questions here. to tom, i'm sure boeing wants to know what caused this flight to go down. there's every reason to invest in this search for a lot of the parties involved. isn't that correct, tom? >> sure. nobody more than china right now, which as you know, has most of the passengers were chinese nationals. so china has a very vested interest. sure, boeing, malaysia airlines, u.s., absolutely, there were u.s. citizens on board, and we want to be part of the search. it's absolutely of utmost urgency for so many people involved this far out. remember, air france, the flight that went down in 2009, that took two years, and we think the cost there was upwards of $100 million. so it does look like the cost this time is going to be much high
CNN
Dec 17, 2014 8:00am PST
with vietnam and china and so on. so i'm really excited that our policy is becoming mature. >> becoming mature. it sounds like in order to broker this deal it sounds as though it sort of took an international effort. we've been giving word from some of our reporters that the canadians and the vatican, pope francis, have been involved in facilitating and brokering this deal. pope francis encouraging president obama in a letter and in their meeting this year to renew talks with cuba. we're just showing once again the moment so many people have been watching and the family was waiting for, the moment when alan gross, his plane touched down on u.s. soil at andrews air force base with his wife and several elected officials on board the plane, people who had been working to secure his release. a tremendous moment there. we know the president has been active in this, congressman farr. i'm curious what you're expecting and hoping to hear from the president when he makes his comments at noon today. >> well, i hope he'll also point out that we're the only country in the hemisphere th
CNN
May 19, 2014 8:00am PDT
story in just a moment. first, evan perez is here. let's talk about this case with china. historic to say the least. >> that's right. it's the first time that the u.s. has ever charged chinese government officials with hacking. they are talking about the secretive unit of the pla, the chinese peoples liberation army that's based in shanghai and that specializes in stealing secrets from u.s. companies. this is something the u.s. says is costing billions of dollars to the u.s. economy talking about jobs at risk here and this is a big deal because chinese for years have been saying give us proof. so now we have the proof. >> talk about how prosecution will work. you talk about china and the united states. how widespread is all of this? >> the u.s. says this is a major problem. chinese are the number one spies on u.s. soil now. this is after the cold war when we were most worried about the russians and now this is about economic espionage and getting an advantage in their economy to try to steal stuff from the united states to try to advance chinese companies and they say this is somethin
CNN
Dec 23, 2014 8:00am PST
conversations with the government in china, i know, and part of that discussion was over the fact that china unicom has been used as sort of the north korean access point. so it's anybody's guess right now in terms of whether it was china finally saying no and shutting that down or some other source. but the other thing we should remember is there's only a couple thousand access points or addresses in north korea. so three quarters of the country doesn't even have electricity. i've been in north korea. it's not as though we could do much damage or a hacker could do much damage if they did shut down the north korean system. >> i want to read one more quote from that annist at din research, matthew prince. kwut it's probably risky to speculate that attack is being launched by any state-based entity. it's much more likely it's some 15-year-old in a guy fawkes mask." let's just say taking down the internet aside as one of the possible methods of retaliation to north korea and as you said, what effect would it really have? you have some concrete ideas on what might be a stronger messag
CNN
Mar 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
information. that puts the search area once again, doesn't it, back to the south china sea/gulf of thailand? >> yes, it does. it definitely does. we go back to square one. we don't have anything else to work with. we need to have some point of departure. that's been difficult. >> the question is, are we at square one at this point? >> again, day six. >> thank you so much for being with us. >> we want to look at other stories we're following at this hour. the death toll in the massive building explosion in new york city has gone up this morning. officials announce seven people have died in that blast. dozens more are injured. the explosion levelled two five story apartment buildings. they do suspect a gas leak. >>> other news. a horrific scene in austin, texas. a wrong way driver plowed into a street with partiers. that had been closed off to keep pedestrians safe. the car hit a scooter killing two on board before the crash. almost two dozen were hurt. doctors expect some will not survive injuries. police say the driver tried to run way, but they stopped him with a taser. he's in cu
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Mar 17, 2014 8:00am PDT
, myanmar, thailand, pew tan, china, india, pakistan, taj kiss stan, uzbekistan. you have to assume the flight time you could get out of this plane. think of this plane, if flying at 35,000 feet. that's the optimum flight pattern. a plane at 35,000 feet is making the best use of its fuel, nuup the stratosphere. it is doing what it ought to do. if you talk about it flying much lower, a much altitude. i'm just picking 5,000 arbitrarily. we have had some reports but that but we are talking about this arbitrarily. you have heard pie the lpilots about flying above this weather. flying in the himalayans would severely impact the performance in relation to the fuel, reducing its efficiency by 30%, 40%. the result is that list that you just saw of all the places it can reach really is constricted a great deal. you have to start then talking about a list that does not go all the way to kazakhstan but probably stops at the furthest point in western china. when we hear the folks saying, they have had no indication on their radar that the plane made it that far, that would fit the pattern. there wo
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Mar 19, 2014 8:00am PDT
thing i can potentially think of is as they go across the south atlantic china sea, the diversions will change. it could potentially go to vietnam rather than the turn back to malaysia. we don't have the information on where this point was that they changed it to. if the point was changed to a specific airfield in vietnam, that would just be something in the computer that gives them a diversion opportunity if they have a catastrophic failure. that would be an example or logical explanation. however, until we find out the destination of that point inputted into the computer, we simply don't know. >> michael okay, we appreciate it so much. thank you for joining us here at this hour. >> taking a look at some of the other headlines making news at this hour. >> a day after russia claimed crimea, pro-russian forces entered the ukrainian navy's black sea headquarters in self varies toe poll and raised the red flag. >>> they have just settled with the justice department for more than $1 billion to end a criminal investigation. they admitted misleading customers and regulators. they recalled mil
CNN
Oct 29, 2014 8:00am PDT
the cost to russia and china for engaging in these activities, it seems it will continue to happen and pose an increasingly important danger to our country. >> clark, i want to ask for your reaction to the fact we know security is being beefed up around several federal buildings around the nation. >> nearly 10,000. >> a substantial amount. meanwhile, the department of homeland security is saying it's not tied to a specific threat. do you buy that? >> i think the way to square that circle michaela is there's probably no specific intelligence saying this particular building and this particular city on this particular day in this particular way is being targeted but against the backdrop of what happened in canada and isis having called upon its followers around the world to target individuals, military installations, political installations of allies, the united states itself and our allies around the world, it's understandable that we will take these measures. the bad news is there have been concerns about the federal protective service in the past, the component of the department of
CNN
Nov 10, 2014 8:00am PST
hours ago he announced a new agreement with china. the idea is to strengthen ties between two countries by extending visas. he delivered the news at a speech at the asia-pacific cooperation summit in beijing. the president says chinese student visas will be good for five years now. business and tourist visas good for ten years. this will also apply to u.s. citizens in china. this is a very big change. previously visas were granted on a yearly basis and this agreement goes into effect wednesday. >> another focus for president obama is, of course, the fight against isis as the u.s. prepares to send more troops to iraq. at this hour, there are conflicting reports whether or not the leader of the terrorist group was hit in a series of air strikes over the weekend. >> iraq's interior ministry says abu bakr al baghdadi was wounded but iraq's defense minister hasn't commented nor has the country's prime minister. i want to bring in our pentagon correspondent barbara starr. barbara, i have a long history with the interior ministry in iraq and sometimes they say things that don't always turn out
CNN
Apr 16, 2014 8:00am PDT
china and malaysia now because some people on board were chinese. the last question to you, angus houston and the australians are in charge of the search at this point. they might not necessarily take control of the black boxes. >> well, they have said that they're going to leave that up to malaysia but since malaysia's publicly stated they don't have the expertise to download and decipher and read out the black boxes without a doubt they will assign other countries to do that, australia can do it, bub they don't have the experience with large planes. so i suspect it will be u.s., britain, france and australia. >> mary, jeff, thank you. thank you, everyone, for all your questions and for joining us at this hour. "legal view" with don lemon starts right now. >>> a desperate search for survivors in the sea off south korea after a ferry capsizes and quickly sinks. also this hour, day three of the deep sea search for flight 3700 and the ups and downs of the high-tech robotic sub. will it finally manage to put in a full day's work? and pro-russian militants n
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Apr 23, 2014 8:00am PDT
. china's foreign ministry says the u.s. should not take sides. mr. obama will visit south korea, malaysia and the philippines as part of this tour. >>> a new anti-terror measures across the country of ukraine. militants show no signs of giving up buildings despite the international agreement. meanwhile, u.s. army paratroopers have arrived in poland. cnn will have house intelligence committee chairman mike rogers in the 1:00 p.m. eastern hour to talk about this and the implications. >>> nasa astronauts making repairs outside of the international space station to replace a dead computer. they should have it repaired sometime by next hour. >>> i don't want to alarm you. an asteroid so powerful it could destroy another city may come sooner than we think. new data from a private space foundation found strike rate for large space rocks could be as high as once every 100 years. it was previously estimated once every 3,000 years. a bit of a discrepancy there. scientists base report on sensors that detected blasts over the last 14 years. remember, this was a meteor explosion over a russi
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Aug 22, 2014 8:00am PDT
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May 15, 2014 8:00am PDT
equipment they have isn't working. malaysia says it's teaming up again with china and australia to reexamine the data that they have. does it feel to you like they were prepared for this moment that they're in right now? >> no, it really doesn't. i mean, you think back, the initial part of having the bluefin go out and look at that second ping, it tells me two things. the fact this they don't have any additional equipment out there, one, they had an incredible amount of confidence in the inmarsat dat and in those pings to say look, we don't need anything else. we expect to go down there and find the airplane. the other thing it tells me is they had very small knowledge or lack of knowledge about what it takes to start a deepwater search and to get the right tools in the right places. this takes months normally to plan. and had they known they were going to have to do this more, do a deeper search, they would have started that months ago, and they didn't. that's two different things that i think are very concerning about this investigation. >> i know for the families, they've been s
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Sep 17, 2014 8:00am PDT
just at a time when the western world faces huge challenges from china, russia and so on. i think it's a disastrous step to have even taken in bet beginning and i think cameron's words were unbelievably untruthful. >> i will note, this whole independence thing worked out okay for us. let's just stipulate that right now. and i do have -- >> but the big fight. >> but it's been okay. americans seem to be doing fairly well right here. you are, sir, in the united states, both your scottish half and your english half right now. i will note you're in florida. i'm struck by the fact that the scots want independence yet they want to keep the queen. and to me nothing says freedom like a monarchy. explain this to me. >> well, the queen is a wonderful, wonderful person. i personally think she'll go down in history as elizabeth the great. and, of course, they want her because who else are they going to put in as head of state in the queen has enormous constitutional powers and who would you put them? would you put them in salmon's hands? in cameron's hands? here's a man, cameron, you heard him
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Sep 24, 2014 8:00am PDT
iing the dots on a numb of crises. ukraine, even a reference to china and the conflict that he's setting up here is a conflict between what he said defending a system of international norms against what he described as an undertow of instability. under that umbrella, he mentions al qaeda, but russia's actions in ukraine. he talked about the u.s. being a pacific power and saying that there countries noo need to follow international norms. this is the force he's fighting here and saying the world has to join together to fight. and really saying that that is a crisis that goes beyond what we're seeing with isis now in syria and iraq. it's a very ambitious call. it's a global call. it's not just a call to arms, it's a call to action on a number of levels. the president is saying that this nation under this presidency is ready to lead in this conflict. that's a very definitive statement from him. >> let's go to the region now. becky anderson is joining us from abu dabi. one of the countries that got involved in with the united states in striking isis targets there. how is the speech l
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Sep 29, 2014 8:00am PDT
collapse in cloyne." he lived and worked in china for almost two decades. help us understand what the protesters are seeking. they're looking for political reform, correct? >> certainly, in 2017 there will be the next election for the chief executive of hong kong, which is the chief political officer of the city. and beijing has a procedure which is universal suffrage but they control the nominating process so tightly that only beijing's candidates can run. so the whole issue is over nominating rules for 2017 election. >> do you think there's a sense that they'll have any of their demands met? >> well, you know, everyone says it's impossible that beijing can't change its mind but when you get a lot of people in the streets -- and there were 60,000 this weekend and on wednesday there will be more because that's pa public holiday, the 65th anniversary of the founding of the people's republic -- you get a million or two people on the streets i think beijing could change its mind quickly. >> it's interesting to see how it's had a rim effect on our markets. u.s. markets opened lower becaus
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Mar 31, 2014 8:00am PDT
talking about the fact that a bulk of the passengers were from china. the chinese have very little trust in malaysia. there is a geopolitical things that play there. have you seen anything like this before in the course of an investigation? >> this takes the cake. this is very unusual. the political considerations, the bumbling and handling of the investigations by the malishays authorities. >> they are furious about how this has all been handled, specially at the beginning. as an attorney, as someone who deals with these families, the furry is understandable. at a certain point, does it get in the way of what they are after, which is answers and which is some kind of, for lack of a better word, compensation for what they have been through here. >> you hit it right on the head. it does make it a little bit more difficult in some ways. i'm really afraid. i hate to say this. i am afraid they are not going to get what they see. families want a few things. they want answers. they want to know what happened to their loved ones. they want to hold the parties responsible accountable. they
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Oct 16, 2014 8:00am PDT
yesterday. whoever was the brave soul when the stock market was down 400 points. europe is slowing, china is slowing. you've got oil prices falling. you've got bond yields falling. you've got stocks falling. you've got all these, the dollar strong. all these big major moves telling us we're at this moment in the markets. that moment is the fed getting out of the stimulus business, while the u.s. is showing signs of strength, i saw a jobless claims, 14-year low for the people lining up for first-year jobless benefits. >> europe is screwed up, and it's a feeling of powerlessness. a lot of people watching the markets go up and down yesterday. they were hearing the ebola news. there was this question, oh, my gosh, are the markets freaked because of ebola. there's plenty else to be worried about. >> plenty other reasons. one is it's up for 1,000 days. you usually have a couple of these in every 12 or 18 months. we haven't had one. we just haven't had one. there are a lot of reasons to take money off the table if you don't think it's the best case scenario for the u.s. economy and global econom
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Apr 15, 2014 8:00am PDT
, this problem becomes greater. already as we've seen this plane was flying from malaysia to china. it was equipped already with this sort of equipment. >> mary, i'll put the next question to you. do black box flight recorders have serial numbers to prove that it's from flight 370? >> they do. black boxes are aircraft specific and they have identification numbers, as do literally almost all critical parts on the plane. they have unique identification numbers that say that that part is on this plane and those records have to be maintained by the airline. >> and that way they can always confirm, in case there was other debris or an area where let's say it wasn't at the bottom of the ocean, maybe the end of a runway, they could make sure that belongs to the flight in question. another question here, pass be passengers of flight 93 -- i know you were involved, when they learned their plane had been kidnapped flooded the air waves with cell phone calls to family. why wasn't their cell phone traffic following traffic and for those many hours? >> see, i think that's a very big mystery. i can'
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Mar 10, 2014 8:00am PDT
slick spotted in the south china sea was not aircraft oil but rather a kind of oil used by cargo ships. >> there have been other debris sightings but they have proven to be unrelated to the missing boeing 737. 40 ships, 34 planes and crews from 10 different countries all involved in this search. >> chilling words from the father of the new town shooter. peter lanza is speaking out publicly for the first time since his son, adam, went on that killing spree. he spoke out about it in new yorker magazine. in part, he said, with hindsight, i know adam would have killed me in a heartbeat if he had the chance. >> as you recall, he killed his mother, 26 children and staff members at sandy hook elementary school before killing himself. miss father tells the magazine, he might have overlooked some troubling signs >>> oscar pistorius, breaks down and throws up as he listens to a path olgist give gruesome details about his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp's wounds. he admits he shot and killed her but he says he thought she was an intruder. he is now on trial for murder. >>> peruvian officials sa
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Dec 22, 2014 8:00am PST
what about the co-conspirators? because if russia and china have anything to do with north korea and what it may have done to sony, then should the response, a cyber attack, be levied against those countries as well? >> i think so. people on capitol hill are surprised that it was north korea alone who pulled this off although we take the president and the fbi at their word. but those other threats pose very serious cyber threats. there has to be some point at which we say okay, we're not just going to try and harden every target in the united states but there will be a consequence. i would do this like the classic cold war espionage. do it covertly. don't say you're doing it even if it's somewhat obvious. first target, pyongyang's electrical infrastructure. then if f there are chinese and russian companies involved targeting them with denial of service attacks. >> well, geez, then now you're making me think world war iii.0. you could be really opening up a messy can of you know what. >> you can. it's the t traditional question of retaliation. is it more costly the you don't take
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Mar 20, 2014 8:00am PDT
travelled to that location from the last known point in the middle of the south china sea, it's commensurate with the endurance of a boeing 777, around seven hours. if we were looking at a theory of incapacitation of flew and it was on the flight director, this would be around the endurance circle where the aircraft would come down. me as an investigator in the past, there are other aspects outside this area i would be looking at. >> you wouldn't put all your eggs in this basket? >> absolutely not. what's been quite saddening and disappointing is inconsistent say from radar from thailand, indonesia and malaysia. thailand indicated there might have been a presence of 370. indonesia has completely denied seeing absolutely anything. there's inconsistencies there. if you draw a straight line from where it was last seen and draw down to the search area, tat line is pretty consistent because it's not going to have fuel to deviate off there. you could draw a good corridor in the sky to say the path it would have had to have travelled to get to that location. i would go back to indonesi
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Apr 24, 2014 8:00am PDT
western china and into central asia. that northern part has largely been overlooked since the malaysian authorities announced in mid-march that they had determined, with the help of inmarsat, that it had to be in the south. we don't know really why they decided it was in the south. and i think, you know, as the next phase of this search gets under way, i think that part of it is going to be not only a question of where they look, but also how do they communicate with the public? we're seeing a lot of frustration not only among the families, but also amongst the press and the media and just ordinary citizens who are wondering, why is the search being conducted the way it is? what information do they have that they're not releasing? it's become really a critical issue. >> yeah, as we enter the next phrase, transparency i think would be a welcome addition. jeff and mary, great to have you. obviously we have so many questions. and we want to hear all of yours. we're going to stay on the story throughout the hour. if you have questions, tweet us #370qs. >>> a lot of other stories t
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Apr 22, 2014 8:00am PDT
protection laws and those don't exist in malaysia. china has one but not like ours. but they don't have rights, that's why they're forming their own committees, demanding help. really, that's what they've been reduced to. the government is not helping them to get the answerses. >> mary, you've been through investigations like this before i think it's confounding to all of us how can officials from malaysia or malaysia airlines get into these situation where is meetings are cancelled. equipment doesn't work. the families don't get the simplest things that they're asking for. it seems basic, not just in terms of pr but the relationship with people that is so crucial right now. >> exactly, it's the yin and the yang and the promises and broken promises to schedule the meetings. this isn't the first time this has happened. and to cancel them and for them to be prepared and not show up and not have the ability to deliver information is very damaging. the relationship is completely broken. i don't think the families will ever trust them and will have repercussions on their investigation. they
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Dec 31, 2014 8:00am PST
. the king of 2014 is china's alibaba, going public on the new york stock exchange and becoming the largest public offering in u.s. history. nearly 300 other companies went public in 2014. and mergers and acquisitions came back roaring. the two biggest deals for u.s. consumers, at&t's agreement to buy directv and comcast merging with time warner cable. >> number seven, the taper is terminated. federal reserve chair janet yellen closes the fire jose that pumped billions into the economy through a bond-buying program. that fed stimulus lasted six years. the fed says the labor and housing markets have improved risks of inflation have diminished. the big question now? when will the fed start raising interest rates? >> number six, apple gets its umph back. a new line of products including record-breaking sales of the iphone 6, new ipads the apple watch and apple pay. they all refresh the company's product line. its stock price hit a record high in 2014. and apple's chief exec tim cook becomes the first openly gay ceo of a fortune 500 company. he wrote in an op-ed, i'm proud to be gay and
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Aug 15, 2014 8:00am PDT
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May 6, 2014 8:00am PDT
flight 370. leaders of china, malaysia, australia, getting ready to talk about the future of this investigation. what do you think will come from this meeting? >> i think there are several things coming out of the meeting. they'll get a working plan in place and hopefully stick to it. a lot of people were concerned when they ran off to the bay of bengal. they want to go forward with a clear plan and lines of responsibility so what country will do what. they are asking for new equipment. they need underwater vehicles that can go deeper than bluefin and they look for money. they want additional countries to contribute including -- this was kind of an interesting statement. they want countries who made the equipment, ie boeing, to contribute to the investigation as well and then of course they want to put a plan in place of how to take care of the families. much needed and very, very necessary. >> all right. thanks for bringing us up to date on old world/new world aviation technology and latest on the search for flight 370. >> we have our communications square with nigeria right now
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Mar 25, 2014 8:00am PDT
karl from abc news. >> mr. president, thank you. in china, syria, and egypt and now in russia, we have seen you make strong statements, issue warnings that have been ignored. are you concerned that america's influence in the world, your influence in the world, is on the decline and in the light of recent developments, do you think mitt romney had a point when he said that russia is america's biggest geopolitical faux. if not russia, who? mr. prime minister, do you think these sanctions will change vladmir putin's calculation, cause him to back down? do you see -- where do you see a russian red line where if they go any further, into eastern ukraine and moldova where options beyond sanctions have to be considered? >> thank you. >> well, jonathan, i think if the premise of the question is that whenever the united states objects to an action and other countries don't immediately do exactly what we want, that that has been the norm. that would pretty much erase most of 20th century history. i think there is a distinction between us being very clear about what we think is an appropriate act
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Mar 18, 2014 8:00am PDT
. >> ahead at this hour, ta third of the passengers on that jet are chinese. china deployed even more in the search. why this may be about more than just helping the victims. >> the search area spans more than 2 million square nautical miles. crews are looking at two distinct tracks now. our next guest says they should probably stick to just one of those. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis, like me, and you're talking to your rheumatologist about a biologic... this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain. this is humira helping me lay the groundwork. this is humira helping to protect my joints from further damage. doctors have been prescribing humira for ten years. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to ra symptoms. humira is proven to help relieve pain and stop further joint damage in many adults. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, have happened. blood, liver and nervou
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Dec 19, 2014 8:00am PST
servers they were using. they tried to use servers in asia in china, european countries, latin america but there was some fingerprints they left behind that the fbi and the nsa were able to find and track right back to north korea. >> a bread crumb trail. >> right. exactly. and one of the interesting things about this is that they were able to find instances or signals that showed -- that matched other hack that had been attributed to north korea. there were hacks that were done against some south korean companies in the last few months and that's one reason why they have this certainty that north korea was the one that carried this out. >> sony studios' parent company sony based in japan, anything from japan? any word? any response? any -- >> we haven't heard any. that's actually part of the geopolitical part of this is north korea and japan don't get along. >> they've been having their issues. >> and the japanese have some very -- some sensitivities about -- they have citizens that were kidnapped by north korea so time ago so there's a lot of things going on behind the scenes
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Apr 30, 2014 8:00am PDT
hour." meanwhile, china is set to pass the united states as the world's largest economy. the world bank predicts that it will happen this year. that's a lot faster than a lot of people expected. china's economy is expected to grow up 24% between 2011 and 2014 while the u.s. is expected to show only 7.6% growth in that period. by the way, the first quarter of this year, anemic growth for the u.s. the chinese takeover will come four years earlier than economists previously predicted. >>> in georgia, the governor signed a law requiring some applicants for welfare benefits undergo drug testing. a person failing the test would temporarily lose their benefits although their children could receive assistance through another adult. opponents call the law unconstitutional and they say they will challenge it. >>> "@ this hour," storms continue to pound the south. we'll have the latest from the middle of the flood zone next. (music) defiance is in our bones. defiance never grows old. citracal maximum. calcium citrate plus d. highly soluble, easily absorbed. disturbing the pantry. ortho crime
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Mar 24, 2014 8:00am PDT
said they are not sure they want to go. cultural, here in china, it is extremely important to take back the body or the remains of an individual that died. one counselor, former u.s. veteran, said to me, when people feel now that they might not even get the bodies back, this airline dumped in the ocean, they might never get that closure. certainly, what we are seeing here tonight is that raw emotion that's coming out and you just have to feel for these people being stuck here for so many days getting drips and drabs of information as those days unfold thinking maybe the plane landed in the northern part of china, maybe it was taken somewhere. maybe shadowed another plane. all these theories that we've been talking about. for these people, in this hotel behind me, it has been very real. it has had very real consequences. the consequences of that we are seeing playing out today. >> david, i appreciate you being there. we are going to take a short break. we want to play you the entire statement from malaysia's prime minister which occurred an hour and a half ago. we'll be right back.
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May 2, 2014 8:00am PDT
before. >> breaking overnight, news of a meeting between australia, china and malaysia. >> tightly committed as to find flight 370. >> the next step, a daunting deep sea search, 8 to 12 miles, an estimated $60 million joining the blue fin 21. which so far, has found no sign of the missing plane. air traffic control audio of those haunting final words from the cockpit just seconds before the plane's tracking devices were switched off. this new report detailing the hours of confusion to follow. 17 minutes before anyone noticed the plane disappeared from radar. another four hours from inaction in the control tower. >> why 17 minutes, it is what i thought -- investigation team, to study and investigate. >> meantime, more heartbreak for the families of flight 370. during this meeting in beijing, learning assistance centers are closing in just a few days, forcing them to go home without any answers about the plane or the 239 people still missing eight weeks later. >> two more pieces of information coming out of press conference, using a flight tracker similar to what you find on your cel
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Apr 25, 2014 8:00am PDT
they're supposed to do. actions speak louder than words. the briefings both in malaysia and china have been a joke. at the beginning, they actually had officials at those meetings who would sleep in the meetings, they would laugh at the questions produced by the families, they would not answer the questions. it's been a recurring theme. and the patience level of the family's group is just gone. not only with the fudging of the investigation but also with the really irresponsible and disrespectful treatment of the families. >> sara, there was one point he made or actually one thing he didn't say. he refused now to say he believes the plane is lost. where just one month ago, he seemed to indicate, you know, he said the words that the flight ended in the indian ocean. what do you make of what seems to be a contradiction here? >> i make that out to be political maneuvering. i mean, i think that maybe they're starting to open their eyes a little bit to the fact that some mistakes have been made and it's best to reallocate blame to someone else. you do that by backing off of your statement.
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May 5, 2014 8:00am PDT
phase. officials from malaysia, australia and china will meet to hash out the new plan and reexamining the data they've been gather to make sure they've been looking in the right place. they say it will be more difficult. >> one of the key elements of the next stage will be to undertake more detailed mapping of the search area. much of this area has never been mapped. and so it will require a significant effort for us to understand the ocean floor in that area. it's expected that the capability will be obtained to start surveying this search area over the next four to six weeks. >> we'll bring you a live report from malaysia later this hour. >>> one passenger said it was like a drop from a roller coaster. severe turbulence injured six people. five went to the hospital. >> it was crazy experience. we were up in the air lifted out of our seats and seeing things flying all over the place. >> all of a sudden we just felt this boom and the plane felt like it dropped 20 feet down. shoes were flying. cell phones were flying. people were screaming. it was very, very, very scary. >> one passeng
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Apr 11, 2014 8:00am PDT
with president shi later today. and as a sign of respect to china and it's people 154 chinese victims and their families, i would like to save anymore detail for the briefing with the president later today. >> i want to say how honored eye am -- we are getting to the stage where the signal of what we think is the black box is starting to fade. we are hoping to get as much information as we can before the signal finally expires. >> i want to talk about this. let's bring in our analysts to break down the conflicting messages that we got today. mary, i want to start with you. i indicated that he thinks they could be within miles of finding the black boxes, however, this is the same guy who saw satellite pictures of what turned out to be sea junk and said he thought they were close to finding the plane. how much should the optimism be temper ped here? >> i think a little. if he is being briefed by the task force leading, he has been stoic and he has been p quite opt mi optimistic with the pings that they do have, narrow, in, refine the data. and we keep going through the map of th
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corporate structure is, john. >> limitless market in china for its products and services. >> gigantic there. >> our thanks to alison kosik on the floor of the exchange. >>> ahead for thus hour, a manhunt intensifies for a suspected cop killer. a sharp shooting survivalist who has talked about committing mass murder. the newest addition to the top 10 most-wanted list. >>> and frightening moments for passengers. they cry, they pray as thick smoke fills a flight heading to austin, texas. we'll tell you a little bit more about what happened and you'll hear from those passengers. when mom and dad said family vacation, i never thought it would be like this. where every turn leads to a new adventure, and surprise leads to discovery. this place is like nothing i've ever seen. i'll never forget it. chiapas. live it to believe it. >>> search warrants have been executed a short time ago in the hunt for university of virginia sophomore hannah graham. a cnn team in charlottesville says about a dozen police girls are at a complex, an apartment complex, the officers are putting up crime scene tape.
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Dec 24, 2014 8:00am PST
obama. from from a climate deal with china to his executive action on immigration to staving off a defunding of obamacare and normalizing relations with cuba, all sound good and all sound bad depending on what color sweater you're wearing right now. after all of this, the president's approval rating has actually risen to a 20-month high. 48% of americans approving of the job the president is doing i want to bring in maria cardona and rich galen. they are not wearing their ugly sweaters to show which party they're wearing. >> maria doesn't own anything ugly. >> maria, is this a moment for the president the crow or say okay, we're going in the right direction, time to tackle other things with momentum behind me? >> i think it's the latter. i think what you've seening this president do all along is underscore what has been some terrific economic news but tempering that with saying look we have a long way to go because he knows and i think this is what has happened this year that even know national indicators have been quite good for a very long time people are now feeling in the their
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Dec 2, 2014 8:00am PST
, violence is up, the rise of china, russia, ukraine, so you can change the head of the pentagon, but if you don't change the policies, the result is not going to be any different. and i think we're facing an unprecedented level of international challenges here and i think part of it is bays of the policies that this administration has pursued and i expect that's what the senate arms services commit see the going to get at in his confirmation hearing. >> barbara, despite his vast experience inside the pentagon itself, not to mention his education, the guy is a rhodes scholar, a ph.d. in theoretical physics which makes him a million times smarter than i am, he never served in the military. that's not unheard of for a defense secretary. >> it's not. and let me throw something in here. really interesting. not only a degree in theoretical physics, not only a rhodes scholar. oddly enough, he has a degree in medieval history. ash is really considered -- yeah, very interesting guy. really considered by everyone who knows him to be brilliant intellectually. but also a good -- a good sort
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Nov 13, 2014 8:00am PST
ukraine or elsewhere. john, they have a flotilla floating off australia. ships in the south china sea. this is a country that is bent on regaining its past military glory, and it's showing the world, especially the united states and the west and nato that it's back and it's ready to rumble if necessary. >> ready to rumble. you talk about the strategic moves its making. we're hearing reporlths that russian troops are essentially readying to breach that border again entering ukraine. what do you make of that? are they planning an invasion? >> i think they're already there. the numbers are murky right now coming out of nato. the pro-russian rebels cannot sustain themselves and continue to fight without russian support. now russia is upping the anti. and i think what the situation is here, eastern ukraine is being held hostage until russia gets what it wants out of the central government in ukraine, kiev. if moscow doesn't get what it wants, sub verveians, it will hold ukraine hostage and continue to destabilize it. they may annex it like they did in crimea or may keep it unstable until k
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