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Jan 8, 2016 5:00am MST
arrest overnight. what's interesting about where the man police captured lives. >> reporter: coming up, china's markets rebounded this morning.
Jan 19, 2016 5:00am MST
. this morning markets are up because we got expected data out of china that confirmed growth slowed but not by so much we should be worried. chinese market and european markets up, and the dow indicated 250 points higher this morning. most importantly perhaps, crude oil up nearly 6% this morning. we're keeping an eye on that oil market. >> thanks a lot. let's check the travel forecast now with chris. >>> busy in the middle of the denver. a new storm moving into california, some rain out that way and snow possibly in st. louis. temperatures in the 40s for seattle and portland, 70 in phoenix and 23 in kansas city. getting a little snow in st. tonight into tomorrow, 10 in minneapolis, 15 in chicago. the eastern part of country is on the chilly side today. >>> the eastern part, east of i- 25, not too bad a drive. if you're heading to the airport, should be okay along i- 70 and inbound pea boulevard. watch for the elevated portion of highway. >>> in the past five years, the only nfl teams to win 70% of patriots. this will be the eighth meeting during that stretch and the broncos won the
Jan 6, 2016 5:00am MST
have been an atomic bomb test. china, australia and france are condemning the announcement of a hydrogen bomb test. south korea held an emergency national security council meeting. >> with each nuclear test, the north's ability to develop a really effective weapon, war head, increases. >> reporter: the seriousness of what north korea says was a successful hydrogen bomb test. the reclusive regime released a statement that read in part: >> reporter: the televised announcement of the test was followed by images of the country's leader signing the order for it. aware of seismic activity in the vicinity of a known nuclear test site, measuring 5.1 in magnitude and triggered a series of condemnations from leaders including south korea and japan. >> a hydrogen bomb is more powerful than the plutonium weapons used in previous underground tests and the real goal could be more attention from the west. >> what north korea really wants, the conversation, recognition and respect from south korea but even more from the united states. >>> we are learning more about what prosecutors say was a pl
Jan 15, 2016 5:00pm MST
there are growing concerns that a slowdown in china might spread globally, even to the u.s., and stocks are likely to remain skiddish until oil prices stabilize. >> pelley: and banks are in much better shape than they were back anthony, thanks very much. you might have thought this economy would have dominated last night's republican debate, but instead the leading candidates took stock of each other. ted cruz showed that he hadn't forgotten what he learned as a student on princeton's debate team. there were seven podiums, but often it seemed just two contenders. 17 days to iowa, and here's major garrett. >> this is actually a movement. >> reporter: donald trump rallied supporters outside des moines today after an overnight flight from south carolina. >> zero sleep. i mean, zero. >> i recognize that donald is dismayed that his poll numbers are falling in iowa. >> as you know, ted, in the last three polls, i'm beating you. >> reporter: trump and cruz broke what had been near- fraternal bonds to spar over cruz's birth in canada to an american mother. >> you have great constitutiona
Feb 9, 2016 5:00am MST
cause of this round of selling? >> you know, we can't blame china. those markets are closed for the lunar new year. they're done all week long. there's fear that a global growth slowdown is washing up onshores. are a good thing for consumers, they've been banking not pump. finally there is a concern that the federal reserve will keep raising interest rates this year despite that overall slowdown. her testimony on the economy before congress later this week. >> if you're pressed out and you can't sleep or rest, what should you do? >> i get that, okay because even if you're a long time investor, you may not have realized you came into this year or this period of time with a risk, if that's the case. i don't want you to lose sleep. reduce your stock allegation, you beef up your cash and bonds. here is the deal. if you make changes, you've got to be careful not to jump back into those riskier holders after the market stabilizes. whatever action you takes, it has to be apart of a new game plan and you have to stick it to otherwise, you're going to be stuck in the terrible cell low by hi,
Feb 5, 2016 5:00am MST
building and that's cool. and a lot of embark -- and yesterday we got into china town. here's a look. i'll tell you what, i'm going to have that story coming up, britt. i'm jumping ahead of myself because i'm excite today coming up in a few minutes -- i'm excited to show you that story. that's coming up in a few minutes. we're looking at what the team is up to today and what's coming up tomorrow as we approach superbowl sunday, two days away. back to you. >> it's gravy and this gives people a good indication as to what's to come on the cbs 4 news morning. it's orange friday. let's get over to dave aguilar dawning the orange and find out about the friday forecast. good morning. >> can't wait to see that china town story. i'll tell you what. this morning, we're milder than we have been the last several days. take a look at our readings. 22 in wonder view. and sadel at 22 degrees. we had a little bit of snow go through overnight last night and that's pushed to the southeast. colorado springs picked up to 1 to 2 inches of snow. up in the with wind kicking up, and a little snow still fall
Jan 8, 2016 5:00pm MST
, which tumbled again, the week, the worst start ever to a new year. turmoil in china and the global economy continues to worry investors. the s&p 500 is down almost 10% from its all-time high set back in may, charlie. >> rose: thanks, anthony. still ahead tonight, a grandmother gives birth to her own granddaughter. and a mystery at the bookstore. five men vanish when the "cbs >> rose: this could be a plot for a bestseller. five men who work for a publisher in hong kong have vanished. seth doane reports the only clues may come from the pages of the books they sold. >> reporter: in front of the bookstore tonight, protesters demanded to know why the men went missing. why do you care so much about this issue? "if these five can easily disappear," trin told us, "then vanish simply for saying or doing something." the five men were all tied to the now-closed causeway bay books. tucked up a cramped staircase, it doesn't look like much of a threat, but the gossipy, salacious titles on the wall criticized china's leaders. this book talks about the private life of that of peng liyuan, china's
Jan 20, 2016 5:00pm MST
? >> well, oil is basically getting hit by china's shrapnel. the real story is china, and the slowing growth in that country, which has affected all commodities, especially oil, caused a glut, which is out there, that has only been exacerbated by the fact that we've gotten pretty good at oil production in the united states as well. so that's really the story, the china slowdown is the story. >> pelley: you know, the dow is off a little over 8% from the beginning of the year. what does this mean for the average investor? >> well, here i want to be a voice of caution because we're seeing these headlines that say, "$1 trillion in stock market value lost." but let's put it in perspective. the typical person is exposed to the stock market through their 401(k) plan. the average 401(k) plan balance in this country is about $91,000. one-third this bonds. that means, on average, the typical person has lost about $6,000 this year. that sounds a lot better than a trillion. >> pelley: melody hobson, our financial contributor, thanks so much for your insight. >> thanks. >> pelley: stay or go? a tough cho
Jan 7, 2016 5:00am MST
after china's stock market took a nosedive, forcing you to shut down for the day. >> i'm looking at the premarket trading. it is ugly. for more, let's bring in cbs news analyst joe solicitor. she has a closer look. jill, we now have a second 7% drop in the chinese stock market this week. this is hurting us even though we've had some reasonably good news. >> reporter: absolutely. the selling in china is really about the fear that the economy is slowing down. on monday when they fell 7%, we got bad news out of the manufacturing sector there. today, we found out the currency. the government knows that things are slowing down more than we expect. they devalue their currency two the goods they export cheaper to try to spur some growth. the selling begins and it cascades across the world. remember, as you said, the data here in the u.s. has actually been pretty good. we had a decent job reports yesterday. so far, we are far from any fear over recession here in the u.s. >> but we have had a couple of down days. so, what is expected this morning when u.s. markets open? >> reporter: we are l
Aug 28, 2016 11:00am CDT
expression or a declaration, you might say, by dwight eisenhower." in 1949, china had been transformed by mao zedong's communist revolution and within a few years north korea and takeover of all of aa and eventually the entire globe. "it is a blueprint for wor revoluon. red china's battle plan - divide and encircle, conquer and av" eiower'domino theory provided a new way of viewing the crisis and of responding to it. all the wt d he domino. "and so it's under this operating theoryhakennedy, "john f. kennedy, gins the initon oial esca forces into vietnam. . and h would speak pretty stridentl about the ways in which he wanted to protect the free "but these people who say we t to withdraw from vietnam widraw from vietnam, the communists wou control vietm, pretty soon thailand, and all of southeast asia would be under the control of the communists and the domination of the chinese andhen india and burma would be the next target." american intervention in vietnam continued under kennedy's successors at great cost, in both funds and american ves and all based on a theory one haddequately challe
Jan 4, 2016 5:00pm MST
points. economic trouble in china and continued tensions between saudi arabia and iran are another concern. >>> tonight, there's an outpouring of support on social media in our community for the family of penny parker, the former denver newspaper dlum klumist died -- columnenist died on saturday. >> i'm the luckiest human being on the planet, i feel that way, i really do. >> you've had a career you've loved. >> absolutely. >> after getting laid off at the denver post, and after her battle back from cancer. the family hadn't said how she died. but the community is remembering her nearly 20 years as a columnenist. charlotte, you can see her, she says she's very sad, prayers for her and her family. she was always so very fun to read. and connie says she also made a post on facebook, connie says i never knew her personally, but i loved her at the rocky mountain news. and if you would like to share your thought, you, too, can post your memories of penny parker on >>> time now to check with ed greene, and you and penny were long-time pals. >> our kids went to preschool together rest in p
Jan 5, 2016 5:00am MST
the reasons behind the selloff. >> reporter: yesterday the action started in china where stocks tumbled 7% there. a huge day. that was after a disappointing reading from the manufacturing sector there. as investors worried about a slowdown in global growth. adding to those jitters was the announcement that saudi arabia cut off diplomatic relations are iran. the dow did climb back to finish down 276, the worst first trading day of the year since 2008. >> after a not so great 2015, should investors do anything right now to try and cope with anything? >> reporter: i think it's tough because when you come off a disappointing year and you have that bad first day, you have to remind yourself that we've been here before, as recently as last august. if you're a long-term investor, you have to remind yourself these bad days, even months or years happen. that's why you don't put all the eggs in one basket. try not to make any rash diversified portfolio. if you're losing sleep overnight because of these moves, maybe you have too much risk to begin with. you can make an adjustment but you h
Aug 23, 2015 1:00pm EDT
parts of the globe. future miners from as far as china, chile, australia, hawaii, both land and sea. by the end of 1849, california's hundred fold as san francisco became a global destination for anyone seeking to hit it big. of the 100,000 living in the territory around 40,000 were there mining the countryside. so many had traveled to california by 1850, union. while the gold finally began to become scarce after 1853, san francisco would develop into one of the most powerful cities in america. many gold rushes have come and gone "through the decades" especially when gold started selling for market value in the early '70s for the first time. but there are many who still come to the hills with the same wish as the very first prospectors. "in 1849, the bureau of mines reported that there was less than two million ounces of gold found. while in 1990, the productions jumped up to 9.6 million ounces of gold. looking for it now than there was in 1849 so that means simply that the technology has been applied to finding gold as it has to a lot of other things." word of the discovery of gold
Feb 3, 2016 5:00am MST
here, and you just meander through the streets and you can wander through china town and all these great neighborhoods and you come across little parks, and you come across wine bars, little eateries and you make your way to the golden gate bridge. it's a fabulous hike and i'll challenge you denver people to take it on. >> you have serious hills here. >> we have serious hills, but it's great exercise. make sure you get in the line street steps to get some hills, but it allows you to find the little neighborhoods and just -- the beautiful charm so you don't need to think of san francisco as the big city. >> there is so much to do here in the big city, britt. and i'm disappointed that that beautiful young couple didn't ask me to go along with them as they watched the ferries come and go along the water front. i don't know why that didn't happen. >> nothing says romance like a threes company date. you had wine tasting. bring me back a bottle of pinot. thanks for that. >>> wine tasting, dave, really. >> i like how alan said there's they're in the 40s out there right now. and we're in p
Feb 4, 2016 5:00am MST
getting us on the air we're going to go over to china town that's our plan but in our next hour we're going to show you a bakery, a wonderful bakery that creates a classic san francisco food, and we'll visit with the sea lions, it's the all to come. >> all right so many great qualities about that city. thank you very much and great to see that orange and blue out there in cali. >> there it is. >>> well, the broncos taking part in likely the most expensive sporting event in history. now, the average ticket price for this sunday's game is around $5,000. that's far more expensive than last year's super bowl, and several hundred dollars more than the current record holder. >>> if you're just joining uss 10 degrees in denver. >>> coming up next thousands of surgical patients urged to get tested after possibly being exposed to dangerous viruss also as the zika virus continues to spread in florida how research nurse colorado helping in that,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, >>> this morning a warning from swedish medical center to thousands of people who could have been exposed to hiv. hepatitis b or hepatit
Jan 6, 2016 5:00pm MST
: he believes diplomatic efforts must be stepped up including through china to reign in north korea before it is too late. sanctions seem to be the next step what failed to accomplish what was wanted in the p ast. >>> a high school's a high sidelined for headbutting a referee. >>> snow in the west is just beginning to move into our state and you can see we have rain and snow moving our way and we get another break and another system is moving out of the pacific. good news for the mountains and for california drought, how drought, how much snow we will >>> we are back with breaking news, two people are dead in littleton. a possible murder suicide involving a gun. it happened at an apartment complex on south grants not far from little divorce littleton high school. police found a man dead and brushed a a woman to the hospital who later died. police are awaiting a warrant to search - - search for evidence. >>> a high school basketball last night after a foul call and he had that's the referee. in the referee falls to the ground with only 40 seconds left in the game and divides teams be
Jan 1, 2016 5:00pm MST
markets worldwide but has it met its match in china? and the world's saddest christmas tree has found a new purpose when "the cbs evening news" continues. ll exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher, hi hey you look good. thank you, i feel good. it all starts with eating right. that's why i eat amaz!n prunes now. they're delicious and help keep my body in balance. i love these. sunsweet amaz!n prunes, the feel good fruit. this is brad. his day of coaching begins with knee pain, when... hey brad, wanna trade the all day relief of two aleve for six tylenol? what's the catch? there's no catch. you want me to give up my two aleve for six tylenol? no. for my knee pain, getting the right nutrition each day is important, but drinking an entire full size nutritional drink can be a challenge. try new boost compact nutritional drink. the only drink that provides complete nutrition in half the size of other nutritional drinks. boost grams of protein, including calcium and vitamin d, you need. compact nu
Jan 7, 2016 5:00pm MST
worried about the stock market turmoil in china and the potential impact around the world. wall street is hoping to have a chance to find comfort in the the united states economy on track. >>> more information on the volkswagen emissions cheating scandal, the company made by back more than 100,000 of the polluted diesel cars sold in america. rick salinger has been reporting on the problems and how the so-called clean diesel engine be our admissions test. tell us about the potential buyback. >> reporter: there is nothing official at this point but the reports indicate he could involve as many as 115,000 cars here in the united states. this comes the same day a bolder trip began a trip to volkswagen headquarters to check on their car and turn it in in person. >> they vowed not to drive it again. they are tracking it to the headquarters to ask them to buy >> we feel strongly that there needs to be constant - - compensation for the individuals who purchased it so they can purchase lower per - - pollution cars. >> he tried to return his car to a dealership, but they would not take it, even tho
Jan 11, 2016 5:00pm MST
versupply and the second largest consumer, china, is slowing down. our research department tells us that 114,000 americans have lost their jobs in the oil patch in 2015. a woman suspected of robbing jewelry stores in five southern states was in court in atlanta today. the feds say 24-year-old abigail kemp is the woman on surveillance video accused of tying up employees at gunpoint and taking more than $4 million in jewels. kemp was arrested friday. the f.b.i. says cell phone records place her at each crime h scene. some store owners are making out like bandits in powerball. that's next. your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to a biologic, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling and help stop further joint damage. xeljanz can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections, lymphoma, and other cancers have happened. don't start xel
Jan 26, 2016 11:00pm MST
completely wrong. what this story is while making love with her husband, a woman in china had a sudden urge to check her phone for online shopping bargains. however, whilst hopping off to look at her phone, she broke her husband's penis. i know. although on the plus side, this woman clearly loves things that are half off. this has been "emoji news"! stick around, we'll be right all right everybody, if this doesn't get your toes tappin', then check your pulse... video streaming burns tons of data. and those other guys love over charging you for it. not t-mobile! now you can binge watch without watching your data. it's binge on - get unlimited streaming on netflix, sling tv, hulu, and more. plus get four lines with up to six gigs each for just thirty-five bucks a line. that's right. six gigs each plus all the video streaming you want with binge on. just thirty-five bucks per line. and it's only at t-mobile. [ scanner beeping ] sir, could you step aside? "sir"? come on. you know who i am. progressive insurance? uh, i save people an average of over $500 when they switch? your own bags? the
Jan 21, 2016 5:00am MST
beginning of this year. >> we have china and bear markets territory dragging down. -- japan and europe. thank you much for your insight. >>> lets turn to weather. chris is standing by with the latest. >>> wet in the northwest. nice in the southwest in a big storm brewing in the southeast. delays going into atlanta this >> no delays for you if you're heading out to the airport this morning. at least on the roadways. along i-25, we have a little slow on the approach to i-70. you can take i-270. >>> 32 degrees in denver. >>> next, a former broncos receiver talks football with stephen colbert and know, he is not pulling any punches. >> i look at it is, if you are on the colbert show, you are a loser. [ laughter ] >> how does that feel? >> we will hear what else a brandon marshall is saying about football including brady versus manning. >> reporter: when the broncos and patriots played in afc title game two years ago, the broncos one with the nfl's best offense. this year they will try to win versus brady but it will probably come down to 80 versus the denver defense. the broncos led the le
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