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Jan 27, 2016 2:07am EST
back from china. >> i did. >> and you loved it? you got to see baby pandas? >> i did. it's very rare to actually hold one of the pandas. apparently they had -- oh, yeah. >> they're snuggly and -- >> it was not soft. no. pandas aren't soft. they're actually quite rough, but -- oh, god, it was so -- >> any claw action? >> i thought they haven't named him yet. i thought maybe you should name him bing-bing because my son's name is bing. >> what did they say? >> they're like, i don't know. >> how was china? >> china was actually really interesting, amazing. i didn't know what to expect. i'd never been to china, and i loved it. the people were wonderful and very accommodating and it was really, it was really fun. i had a great time. i had some good laughs. but i realized that the panda, they had to actually call the chinese government to see if it was okay for me to hold the panda, and they said "yes." and i was like, "yes"! so that was cool, and then i came home. >> and saw your son, bing. >> i did have this moment when he were in china with my friend sophie, who is also my stylist. you w
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Dec 3, 2016 7:00am EST
here outraged. china lodging a did the president-elect further strain the relationship between the two world powers? >>> history of violence? another case of alleged road rage emerges involving the admitted gunman who killed a former nfl player near new orleans. outrage growing over the decision to release him, without charges. >>> miracle in south dakota. a woman, pulled alive from the rubble of this collapsed building. as investigators searched for what cause that disaster. >>> and roaring back. tiger woods, returning to his fist-pumping ways, firing his lowest round of golf in three years, and he says he can't wait to get back on the course today. saturday, december 3, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today," live from >>> and welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm craig melvin. >> i'm sheinelle jones. craig, so happy to have you back. >> good to be back. >> congratulations. >> i will tell you this is exponentially easier. i mean, it is good work at home. the best work you can do. you know. >> i was doing at home. >> i thought you meant having two kids at ho
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Apr 30, 2012 7:00am EDT
that crash. >>> tense talks. new york and china negotiating the fate of a blind dissident who made a bold escape from house arrest and is now said to be in the u.s. embassy in beijing. a drama unfolding just days before secretary of state hillary clinton is set to arrive there. >>> and caught on tape, two bicyclists mowed down by a car, and the driver keeps on going. fortunately, the cyclists are okay, and their bike camera was rolling. now that driver is under arrest rolling. now that driver is under arrest today, monday, april 30th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm ann curry. good morning, everybody. officials are now looking at the scene and also at potential safety concerns of the highway itself, as they investigate that tragic accident at the bronx zoo, matt. >> it's impossible to imagine. it happened early sunday afternoon. the seven victims, all from one family, ranging in age from 85 to just 3 years old. we're going to hear from some of their relatives straight ahead. >> su
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Apr 8, 2017 7:00am EDT
to china i think the linchpin and you have heard from experts in the united states and around the world is can you convince china to change its posture and pressure the north koreans to stop its march toward nuclear capabilities that can strike the united states. this is a signaling mechanism to china that if things don't change the u.s. may have to make more aggressive measures to include potentially putting nucle nuclear weapons into the hands of t-- to change the diplomatic relationships between them. >> while this has been unfolding the president has been hosting the leader of china, but did the strikes in syria distract from this delicate diplomacy. howa halle jackson is live in west palm beach. >> reporter: good morning. his key meeting to talk about north korea and to talk about trade the administration describes the chemistry between the two leaders as positive as their summit with president accepting an invitation to visit china. one of many headlines. president trump waking up at mar-a-lago after wrapping up a crucial summit with china's president. >> i think we have mad
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Apr 6, 2017 7:00am EDT
down today with the one man who may be able to help. will china's president get tough on kim jong-un? we're live with the latest. >>> and freak accident. dustin johnson, the world's number one golfer and favorite to win the masters, falls down a flight of stairs on the eve of its opening round. can he recover in time to play this afternoon? >>> and along for the ride -- >> here we go. >> let's do it. >> jimmy fallon gives carson a new tour of his thrilling universal orlando attraction. >>> we are taking a race through new york with "the tonight show host" and helping him celebrate the grand opening on this thursday, april 6, 2017. >> from abc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a thursday morning. is there anyone more perfect we could have sent to check out the jimmy fam lollon ride that like getting dizzy? >> it looks like i'm downstairs at 30 rockefeller. they have done a good job making this place look like it. we are in orlando at the jimmy fallon ride. it is i
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Dec 3, 2016 6:00am PST
. overnight, china lodging an official protest. how trump is responding this morning. >>> not the first time. the man who shot and killed an nfl player in an apparent case of road rage involved in a previous altercation at the very same intersection. this morning, what we're learn being that case, and the decision to release that suspect, without charges. >>> and holiday history. the christmas first that has fans of santa racing to the nation's largest mall. "today," saturday december 3, 2016. ♪ ♪ >>> good morning new york. >> happy birthday, tanner. >> we love the "today" show interns. >> seasons greetings. >> celebrating 50! >>> and welcome back to "today" on a saturday morning, a crowd out of a chilly plaza, enjoying the view of the 94-foot beauty across the street, rockefeller christmas street all lit up in a star-studded ceremony earlier this week. we have quite the crowd out here. >> this might be one of our records. it is packed outside. >>> >> we'll get out there. but let's start this half hour with politics and president-elect trump, reacting on twitter, on his decisi
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Apr 13, 2017 7:00am EDT
reverses his long-held hard line on china, why this morning he's singing a different tune. >>> breaking overnight, two more security officers placed on leave involved in dragging that passenger off a united flight. the man's family and lawyer set to speak out this morning. is that airline about to get hit with a massive lawsuit? >>> face-off. the battle between two new york statues takes a surprising twist. the sculptor of the famed charging bull now demanding the fearless girl be removed. >>> and close call. a 4-year-old girl sits down in a barbershop and seconds later gunfire erupts. the bullets narrowly miss her head. incredibly, she's okay and the suspects are under arrest, "today," thursday, april 13, 2017. >> this is "today" on thursday, april 13, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> who do you win, fearless girl, charging bull? >> what team are you on? >> i don't know. >> it's a fascinating story. how much can you determine how much people interpret. >>> president trump does appear to be warming when it comes to major issues he railed against in the campaign
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Jan 31, 2013 7:00am EST
uncovers that repeated cybe cyber-attacks on its computer system originated in china. nbc's ian williams has the latest from beijing. ian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tamron. the "new york times" says the expert they hired have little doubt the cyber-attacks on the newspaper came from china. hackers infiltrated the computer systems the "new york times" reports, stealing pass words from reporters and other employees in an effort to break into their e-mail accounts. security experts told the "times" the attack was covered in china's digital fingerprints. experts gathered digital evidence that chinese hackers using methods some constituents have associated with the chinese military in the past breached the times network. and investigating the wealthy of china's prime minister who accumulated billions through business dealings and that was highly embarrassing to the top government reeling from this. and attacks against the foreign media. >> we have security consultants told us these attacks originated in china although they can't identify the original culprits. >> what's china's
NBC
Apr 15, 2017 5:30am PDT
. i will say this, i think china has really been working very hard. >> reporter: china urged an end to mutual provocation cautioning it could spiral out of control. with an character carrier strike group headed to the korean peninsula and other missile equipped u.s. destroyers said to already be in place. the uncertainty loomed at this 105th anniversary of the most important day of the year for north korea at a most crucial time for security. experts say some of the military hardware that was on display was new. some of it had just been modified or repainted but on whole that it shows how committed the regime is to building its arsenal. back to you. >> janis, thank you. >> just as north korea displayed its military might this morning, president trump is promising action after a string of military strikes overseas. this morning we're learning new details about that massive attack on isis fighters in afghanistan with the death toll rising. this as president trump wakes up to the backlash over another controversial move reversing a white house policy put in place by president obama. nb
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Apr 22, 2017 6:00am PDT
china for upping the pressure on north korea but said china needs to do more. also said that if china doesn't succeed here, the u.s. and its allies will saying all options are on the table, including military action. in north korea, signs of a gas shortage in pyongyang. drivers lining up for fuel there. china is north korea's main supplier of fuel. it's not yet clear whether this gas shortage is because of china restricting supplies to the country. "uss carl vinson" is due in the region with a matter of days. in south korea the military is on alert. it apparently is on alert in china as well. the government disputes that. north korea threatening again, threatening a great war of justice. >> kelly, thank you. >>> turning to politics in the united states now. president trump has a lot on his plate, promising a massive tax cut. also trying to revive the effort to repeal obamacare and dealing with the possibility of a government shutdown, all within the coming week. nbc's kelly o'donnell is live at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. buckle up. it's going to be
NBC
Jan 16, 2016 8:00am EST
oil and china. how much of all of this is tied to those two? >> very much. china and oil are the two biggest factors driving stock prices lower. we think about china, it's the world's second largest economy. that also means it's a very big buyer of industrial products, as well as consumer goods. that's steel, that's copper, that's handbags and cars. and if china buying less of those things, that's a direct impact to u.s. companies and multinational companies. and oil prices are sitting at 12-year lows. oil is very indicative of economic strength. right now, supply is way overshooting demand. that means investment in the energy sector is down, and jobs are being lost, as well. >> big simple question. what should people be doing with their money right now? and perhaps what should they not be doing now is. >> sure. the first thing, don't panic. don't go out and sell blindly. check. talk to your financial adviser. getting one. investments are allocated. if a day like yesterday makes you very nervous, perhaps you need to take back some of the risk. but if you're younger, maybe you can aff
CBS
Jan 16, 2016 7:00am EST
. that is a reset of stock prices. they become more expensive. >> we hear a lot about oil and china. how much of all of this is tied to those two? >> very much. china and oil are the two factors that are driving stock prices lower. you think about china. the world's second largest economy. industrial products and consumer goods. steel, copper, handbags and cars. if china is buying less of those things, that is a direct impact to the united states. oil prices are sitting at 12-year lows. oil is indicative of economic strength. supply right now is way overshooting demand. that means investment in the energy sector is down and jobs lost. >> simple question. what should people be doing with money right now and perhaps what should they not be doing? >> the first thing, don't panic. don't go out and sell blindly. have a gut check. talk to your financial adviser. if you don't have one, get one. make sure are you comfortable with your investments. if a day like yesterday makes you nervous, take back some of your risk. if you are younger, maybe you can afford more risk. more risk, more rewar
NBC
Apr 22, 2017 7:00am EDT
president mike pence in australia today warning again that will if china can't deal with north korea, the u.s. and its allies will, saying military action is still an option. >> we also wanted to make it clear that all options are on the table. and that the united states is prepared to work with our allies to ensure the security of our allies in the region and ensure the security of the people of the united states of america. >> reporter: the vice president also saying the "uss carl vincent" should be in the region within days. and something we don't often see, a view from north cars lining up to get fuel amid an apparent rationing and price spike. china is the main supplier of food and fuel to north korea. it's not clear if this gas shortage is the result of china restricting supplies to north korea. the latest dates to watch now really are next tuesday. that's the 85th anniversary of the army in north korea. analysts say kim jong-un could mark that date with a missile test or a nuclear test. this morning, south korea's military is on alert. china appears to be as well, howeve
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Jan 26, 2016 10:00am EST
bigger than life. >> she is. >> just got back from china. >> i did. >> and you loved it? you got to see baby pandas? >> i didn't realize how -- it's very weird actually to hold one of the pandas. apparently they had -- oh, yeah. >> they're snuggly and -- >> it was not soft. no. pandas aren't soft. they're actually quite rough, but -- oh, god, it was so -- >> any claw action? >> i thought they haven't named them yet. i thought maybe you should name him bing-bing because my son's name is bing. >> what did they say? >> hooin is actually really interesting. i didn't know -- people were wonderful, and very accommodating and -- >> it was really fun. i had a great time. i had good laughs, and i realize that the panda, they had to actually call the chinese government to -- it was okay for me to hold the panda, and they said, where he. >> maybe -- >> and then, yeah. then i came home. >> i did at the moment when we were in china with my friend sophie, who is also my stylist, and, like, i had a map, and i was, like, did you ever think you would be, like, there in the center of china? we're lit
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Nov 6, 2012 7:00am EST
read that, quote, jeep is thinking of moving all production to china. he followed that with some ads that talked about chrysler and gm's plans to expand production in china. the reaction was swift and unanimous, ed. they were painted as misleading by independent fact-checkers. ohio newspapers said they were an exercise in deception, a masterpiece of misdirection, and chrysler and gm called them inaccurate and campaign politics at its cynical worst. how could this happen to the guy who is the son of a car-maker and the car who is supposed to have the business resume? >> well, matt, the fact is the ad is accurate. the head of fiat came out and said that they were going to open production in china for jeep. that's what the ad says, and that's accurate. look, if you care about the auto industry, you need to vote for mitt romney and the governor has a great record. >> they are opening production for jeep in china because they are expanding markets, not because they are shipping jobs overseas which seemed to be the message of the ad. >> no, that's not the message. the message of the ad is
NBC
Apr 7, 2011 7:07am PDT
one. i've had smart people say, donald, stay on the china issue, stay on the other issues, get off the birth certificate issue. >> why don't you? >> because three weeks ago when i started, i thought he was probably born in this country, and now i have a much bigger doubt than i had before. his grandmother in kenya said he was born in kenya, and she was there and witnessed the birth, okay? he doesn't have a birth as the result or he hasn't shown it. he has what's called a certificate of live birth. that is something that's easy to get. when you want a birth certificate, it very hard to get. >> but in the state of hawaii, they said they have seen this document, it's evident he was born in the united states, that's good enough for them. >> a birth certificate is not even close. a certificate of live birth is not even signed by anybody. i read it very carefully. it doesn't have a serial number, it doesn't have a signature. >> you believe he's lying? do you believe he's lying, donald? just answer. >> meredith, he spent $2 million in legal fees trying to get away from this issue, and if
NBC
Sep 20, 2009 8:00am EDT
. and of course we will never forget that great event. china's lunar probe lands on the moon. whew. they are catching up with us. they are going to the moon too. the week - next stop, mars. whoa. should the united states raise its ambitious thoughts in space? in other words, keep going? again, comet dust contains evidence life could exist; life could exist, beyond earth. and kepler's on a mission to discover earth's could there really be earth's out there? now who's the kepler? the kepler telescope will search 100,000 stars in the milky way 100,000 stars just in the one milky way. >> there are millions as we are going to see in a minute. >> yes. first planet in another galaxy possibly found. and once again, usa today - a better life - 10 more planets found beyond our solar system. and going on, science news - a blast from 11 billion years? now that is an artist's impression of a supernova, which scientists report observing, shows the layers of gas ejected prior to the final explosion of a star. and it took that long, 11 billion years. you know friends i said to our director just be
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Mar 8, 2015 6:00am PDT
we're talking baby boom in china. the best possible kind of baby boom ever. yes, we have pandas for you. >> awe. >> cuteness. you missed an hour of sleep. we're making up for it with cute pandas. first, these messages. k of america to help pay for her kids' ice time. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time. and 2% back at the grocery store. even before she got 3% back on gas all with no hoops to jump through. katie used her bankamericard cash rewards credit card to stay warm and toasty during the heat of competition. that's the comfort of rewarding connections. apply online or at a bank of america near you. at subway, a great meal starts with a great sandwich on the new "simple 6 menu." with six of our best six-inch subs, like the tender turkey breast plus any bag of chips and a 21-ounce drink for just $6 every day. in just this one moment, your baby is getting even more than clean. the scent, the lather, even the tiny bubbles of a johnson's® bath are helping to enhance the experience. the touch of your hands is stimulating her senses. nurturing her mind. and helping her dev
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Aug 22, 2015 7:00am EDT
putting renewed focus on china. what could it mean for retirement savings? we're breaking it all down for you. help make sense of all of this. we see what's happening on wall street. that translates into retirement savings. why are we talking about the chinese economy's impact on the dow? >> in the last 15 years, more and more american companies have been doing business in china and it's become an increasingly large part of their overall business. for instance, apple, the biggest company in the u.s. economy does a quarter of its sales in china. and china itself is among the top two economies in the world. so it's of huge concern to the way we think about the overall stock market and companies here at home are affected by global had winds. >> now we can piece together why china is impacting it here. if you're looking at this at your 401(k) and thought it took a dip there, it's a little scary. how should we be reacting? do we need to be freaked out? >> not necessarily. this is not even among the top o 20 drops of all time. that's not a comfortable thing, but we haven't had a drop o
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Aug 13, 2016 7:00am PDT
medal count as the competition begins today. usa by china and japan. check out the olympic action as keir mentioned. this is michael phelps last opportunity to go for gold in rio. he is competing inhe and usain bolt will run the first race in the preliminaries in the track and field. and phil dalhausser will be back on the sand. >>> and catapulting team usa is katie ledecky. check out the photo from the nbc katie was finished and you can't even see another competitor in that shot. pretty incredible. katie is with us this morning. thank you for waking up with us. >> thanks for having me. >> congratulations, first of all. >> thank you. >> wow! >> our viewers at home, i want to give them a sense of 11 seconds. in swimming, this is an eternity. we will put this clock up and show them the length of time and the second place competitor came in. at what point did you realize you shattered the world record? >> i had a pretty good feeling. >> by the way, that's 11 seconds. >> i had a good feeling i could have a really good swim. i had a great week up to that point with best times in all my
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Aug 8, 2012 7:00am EDT
china giving them a return ticket to the finals. americans jenn kessy and ross rallied to beat brazil for tonight's gold medal showdown. u.s. women's water polo plays for gold medal in the finals after beating australia in overtime. a frightening moment during the weightlifting competition. the german dropped the barbell on his neck. he managed to wave to the crowd leaving the platform. he had to withdraw from the super heavyweight competition. doctors say he's going to be okay, although he did have a bit of back pain. >>> ann romney's horse failed to make the cut in the dressage competition. medal count, china on top, 73, usa, 70 gold, 21 silver, 19 bronze and gbr in third place with 38. >>> two-time olympic medalist aly raisman is with us this morning. aly, good morning. i bet that sounds amazing to you. >> yes, i'm really excited. >> last time we talked you just had the disappointment where you missed the bronze. now you're back with a gold medal and a bronze. this is a roller coaster ride. >> this whole experience that been amazing, a dream come true. the olympic experience
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Aug 24, 2015 7:00am PDT
global economy is slowing down and china is one of the biggest economies in the world and their stock market and economy have been slowing dramatically. we've seen big losses in the chinese stock market. and although it might not seem important to u.s. investors, the problem is that a lot of big companies like mcdonald's and apple and intel, they all do business in china. if the chinese consumer pulls back and can't buy their products, it really hits their bottom line. wall street is very worried about that. they're also worried because the chinese government authorities which control that market don't seem to be putting in place the type of support that that market needs right now. so as a result of that, the selling intensified overnight in the european markets and the asian markets. and that's why we saw that 1,000 point plunge in the dow jones industrial average. we're down 600 points but it looks like it's starting to steady out a little bit. it's going to be a rocky day, certainly, but at least we didn't go back down and test that 1,000 minus point again on the market. >>
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Dec 19, 2015 7:00am EST
international news, china accusing the u.s. of committing a serious military provocation. sheinelle. >> china says the u.s. flew a b-52 bomber over the south china sea. deliberately raising tensions. the b-52 flight path saying bad weather may be why the pilot flew off course. >>> tensions flaring in chicago stemming from the deadly police shooting of the black teenager. hundreds of protesters marched in downtown chicago overnight calling for the rest resignation mayor emanuel. >>> a tennessee high school is remembering a high school football player. the 15-year-old was gunned down after diving to shield three girls during a wild shooting spree late thursday night. it was one of three shootings in seven hours and appears to be gang-related. one suspect died of gunshot wounds and two others in custody. >>> and a autopsy results for the 48-year-old died of a toxic mix of drugs of cocaine and ecstasy. >>> one day after the high profile arrest by the fbi, disgraced executive martin shkreli hosted a live stream on youtube. he resigned from his company following the arrest on thursday. he
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Oct 14, 2012 6:00am PDT
he tried to erode the president's lead here by criticize sizing the administration's china policy, an issue that resonates with auto workers in the state. >> over the past several years, the president failed it call china a currency manipulator. >> the obama campaign fired back calling romney's comments pure politics. meanwhile, the gop nominee will spend the rest of the weekend in the boston area. preparing for tuesday's town hall and he's been sparring with obama, ohio senator rob portman, who on saturday predicted their work would pay off. >> i was proud of paul ryan the other night, so proud of mitt romney and folks we will have another great debate next week. >> some say romney conducted a few practice town halles with swing state voters. >> now with, this time around those candidates will also have to spend a lot of time on foreign policy. that will likely be a big topic of conversation during the town hall and again during the third debate which will focus on that subject. left smer. >> kristin, thank you. >>> david, good morning, good to see you. >> good morning, lester. >> le
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Apr 16, 2010 9:00am EDT
as china has been affected by this. plus, almost 1,000 people have been dislocated and evacuated here in iceland. in fact, behind me you can see this flow of water. that's actually glacial melt from the volcano as it makes its way into the atlantic. so a big, big disruption. and the problem is that jet stream, we don't see it changing for at least five days. that, my friends, can cause big problems for the airlines because it doesn't look like that -- in fact, vul canologvoll air traffic may and nightmare this weekend. >> al, apropos of nothing, what's the air temperature like up there in april? >> right now it's about 35 degrees with a 25-mile-per-hour wind so it feels like it is in the upper 20s. it is a little brisk. >> hang in there. it is pretty though. >> doing a great job, al. >>> we'll check in with al in a couple of minutes, get his local forecast. coming up in this half-hour, ann, you'll talk about some hot properties. >> i am. we'll be talking about it, with mortgage rates being low, they won't stay this low for long. so this morning we'll show you what you can get fro
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Aug 28, 2016 8:00am EDT
time, predictions for the week ahead. president obama leaves this week on a trip to china and laos. on the agenda with china, contested china sea, cybersecurity and a ser moan l visit to the factory where donald trump's ties are made. >>> big night in music tonight, you got the kick off of the burning man festival where tens of thousands of people drive through a nevada desert to listen to music and get a feel for the local market and tonight, mtv's video music awards there we predict kanye or miley or whoever the next shocking person is will do something shocking and you'll be shocked by it. releases the 2017 book of world records. the must have for the top of the toilet with longest fingernails and a record will stand another year. we predict the record for most devilled eggs eaten in a single sitting s s to gary busey will stay here in america. stay here for t where chuck todd will be joined by reince priebus. >>> team tragedy. an 18-year-old that just graduated from hiss killed in a crash with another teen at the wheel. >>> fe island phone. it was destroyed. >>> a serious scare
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Jan 9, 2016 2:07am CST
white china and it's a little bit of a concern you don't want to serve your guest with that. you take one part of hydrogen peroxide to three parts of water and then you just pour it in there. i know with a standard coffee cup it's a little bit different. >> this is more mug size. >> mug size. or if it's your china. peroxide can get the stain out. >> how long? >> you can let it soak for about 15, 20 minutes. >> just don't let anybody drink out of it. >> that would taste horrible. >> some scratches you see on china. >> you take a white toothpaste, you don't want to use a gel. and we're going to take it on a cloth here. >> this is kind of miraculous what this does. >> this is really fantastic. >> it just disappears. it's crazy. >> that's it? >> just gently rub it on there. and it will take all the scratches out. and then you can wash them as usual. >> we don't really have time, i'm sorry, for the last few. but there's lipstick -- i know. >> but they're all on our website. >> they're on our website. that was great, amy. >> thank you very much. >> dessert for under 100 calories, we pr
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Jul 8, 2017 7:00am EDT
leaders of japan and china. but one of the first things was this meeting inside the g-20 to high complete female entrepreneurs in developing countries. he was joined by his daughter ivanka and bettgerman prime minr angela merkel. earlier he also sat down with writ a british prime minister theresa may. but the most attention is on that long awaited handshake between trump and putin. and one development, a cease-fire in syria that both sides agreed organization but you still disagreement on how to handle north korea and conflicting views on on whether russia interfere offed in american democracy. trump pressed putin on the issue, but russian officials say that trump accepted putin's denial. >> we've had some very, very good talks. we'll have a talk now. and obviously that will continue. but we look forward to a lot of very positive things happening for russia, for the united states, and for everyone concerned. >> and looking ahead to the rest of his schedule, president trump will meet with those leaders from japan and china and we expect him back on american soil sometime this even
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May 16, 2016 10:00am PDT
pressure. nhk learns china is restricting the number of travelers to taiwan. >>> and focusing on rio. the olympic games are just over two months away. we'll bring you a week-long series from brazil on the preparations and challenges. >>> an earthquake shook an intensity of 5 minus on the japanese seismic scale. >>> japan's lower house has unanimously passed a supplementary subject bill to help those affected bit recent earthquakes in kumamoto. the budget earmarks up the pary kathie lee isn't here. get down here because we need you. this is an all points bulletin. >> we will be down there in just a few minutes. >> thank you, john. i had a nice planned quiet weekend. >> what did you do? >> i had a party at my house on friday night for about 26 or so of the 40 people that went with us on our last trip to israel. >> how great. >> so we had a little reunion. >> was it fun? >> just wonderful. the trip meant so much individually and collectively to everybody and they've stayed very, very close. it's called an insalah, it's the group of family -- they're now family. and the rest of the week
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Aug 28, 2016 7:00am PDT
china and laos. his 11th and likely last visit to asia as president. on the agenda with china, contested areas of the south china sea, nuclear weapons in north korea, cyber security and a ceremonial visit to the factory where donald trump's ties are made. >>> big night in music tonight, you got the kick off of the burning man festival where tens of thousands of people drive through a nevada desert to listen to music and get a feel for the local peyote market. >>> tonight, mtv's video music awards. there, we predict kanye, miley or whoever the next shocking >>> and tuesday, guinness releases the 2017 book of world records. the must have for the top of the toilet mixed with the man with the longest fingernails and a new record will stand for yet another year. we predict the record for most deviled eggs eaten in a single sitting still belongs to, you guessed it, gary busey, will stay here in america. >>> stay here for "meet the press" where chuck todd will be joined by reince priebus. difficult weeks for donald trump and hillary clinton and the clinton foundation. thank you for s
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Nov 16, 2009 7:00am EST
>>> good morning. obama in china. the president arrives in beijing for an historic one-on-one meeting with chinese president hu jintao, this after a rare american-style town hall meeting with chinese college students. we're live in china. >>> rogue rage. former members of john mccain's presidential campaign staff furious over sarah palin's new memoir. one top strategist calls it all fiction. this morning the bitter feud that's erupted and what it means for palin's future political ambitions. >>> and "today" exclusive, meredith visits with charla nash, the connecticut woman mauled by her frie's chimpanzee. how did she pull through? what's life like for her now? and how is her daughter coping with her mom's recovery? >> when you look at your mom, what do you see? >> her moving answer and an amazing story of perseverance "today," monday, november 16th, amazing story of perseverance "today," monday, november 16th, 2009. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today"n a monday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm meredith vieira. i missed you. >>
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Jan 16, 2011 8:00am EST
? >> there are a numr of things the table. the president seems poised to pressure china over human rights and democracy. secretary of state clinton giving a pointed speech on the topic. theris obviously a range of economic concerns, chinaeing the country's biggest debtor, providing us with the money we ed tfund our governnt. issues of currency and then the latest wrinkle, too,s about defens is there an arms race brewing between the united stes and china? this is an uncertain time between the countries. >> turning to the political aftermatof the shootin in tucson, john mccain wrote an op-ed and in i heefended the president and praised sarah palin. hewrites, imagine how it must feel to have watched one week ago the massacre of innents and to hav heard in the coverage othe tragedy voices accusingou of the complicity in it. it ds not ask muchf human natu to appreciate how strong a need someone would feel to dend him or herself against such a slur. does that help sarah palin's mu criticized reonse? does it put it into perspective with what he wrote? >> i d't know that it necessily helps
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Nov 22, 2011 2:05am PST
. another thing that is very southern, we encourage people at "southern living" to use their fine china. if you have heirloom china, there is no reason to keep it in the cabinet. if your china is blue and white, you mix it with other harvest colors. this is really inexpensive burlap. >> i love burlap. >> look at the little menus you have. >> on a little piece of fabric as a special little touch. the brown runners are just made from fabric remnant. we cut it with pinking shears. at thanksgiving you want to keep in mind what it is about, and that is the things we are grateful for. we wrote down things we are grateful for, hugs, family, food and put it on 2009. those are the things that tie us all together. >> football. >> of course. the centerpiece is simple. a lot of just beans in these glass containers, but this one is cinnamon sticks. you take a rubber band, put it around the glass and stick the cinnamon sticks in elastic. >> you could do that one. >> i did something like this with coffee beans. >> how smart. >> see? >> i bet that was beautiful. >> so there. a craft. >> you just tie it up.
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