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Apr 13, 2013 9:00am PDT
beijing. during the talks he urged china to cut funding to north korea in hopes this will persuade the north to back off on its nuclear threats. jim maceda is in seoul, south korea for us. the mood right now in seoul is what? optimistic? tent tiff? c can you describe what's going on? >> reporter: it's hard to tell. people are so numb from all of this up and down. the tension rising, it falling. it's really hard to gauge, but one thing is certain that it remains extremely calm. there's no panic in the streets. it's ironic that in a country that could be on the brink of war, the people who seem the least concerned are these south koreans. those most in the crosshairs. >> reporter: there's plenty on this peninsula to worry about. north korea's threats of a nuclear strike or the launch at any time of a deadly missile that could hit targets all the way to guam. but at seoul's oldest standing market, it's just another saturday. this woman has sold her rice cakes here for 30 years, but lately sales are off. i'm a bit concerned about the threats from the north, she said, but i'm more worried a
MSNBC
Nov 13, 2011 10:00am EST
china. >> we can't just sit back and let china run all over us. people say, you'll start a trade war. there's one going on right now, folks. they're stealing our jobs and we're going to stand up to china. what should we be doing? >> we should be reaching out to our allies, the young people, the internet generation. >> there was plenty of dissent however on the question of waterboarding. michele bachmann and ron paul clashed on that. >> if i were president, i would be willing to use waterboarding. i think it was very effective and gained information for our country. >> torture is illegal and by our laws, it's illegal by international laws. >> how do you define torture, sir? >> well, waterboarding is torture. >> dana mel bank joins me in the studio. actually, you're in washington, i'm in the studio. >> good morning, alex. >> who is the biggest winner and the biggest loser in your mind? >> it seems that, after each of these debates, it gets boring to say. mitt romney seems to hold his own. he's consistently coming out as the winner. it seems as the other candidates don't really want
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2014 9:00am PST
address it. the president was just off in china cutting a very, very significant deal with china where both china and the united states would make a serious attempt -- not an attempt, but seriously reduce our greenhouse gases. that is extremely important. you can't do that by allowing those programs that actually lead to the construction of green energy systems and the thousands upon thousands of jobs that are associated with that, you cannot let those laws expire. and that's what is happening as the republicans push this keystone pipeline issue. couple them up. put them together. do the green energy. if you're going to build the pipeline, do the green energy at the same time. >> congressman, i want to switch to immigration. the president expected to announce an executive order on imgreat lakes before the end of the year. he reiterated that vow yesterday. here's what house speaker john boehner said earlier this week. >> we're going to fight the president tooth and nail if he continues down this path. >> the government funding bill could have that strict language. leaving that opt
MSNBC
May 10, 2015 9:00am PDT
train in the 1970s. and france has had one routinely and smoothly since the '80s. china rapidly building a high-speed infrastructure. why not in the u.s.? >> yes. republicans and democrats have different answers to this question. republicans for most part say in washington that amtrak is run by the government. it's laden with bureaucracy and high labor costs. democrats say it hasn't been funded enough. if you look at japan and france and spain and china, the funding is much higher. for example, amtrak gets about $4 billion a year. high-speed rail in china is getting $130 billion a year. the problem is possibly if you had talked to advocates, it's expectation, what we expect out of trains. in other countries, trains are expected to take a loss. they're subsidized. that's a big reason the infrastructure is at higher quality. in washington, we expect amtrak to make money. every year people especially in the republican party say, well, when is amtrak going to break even. so advocate will say why don't we ask that about bridges or roads, why don't those break even. we don't expect th
MSNBC
Aug 25, 2012 4:00am PDT
winner, two, housing comeback finally? and three, made in china. economy analyst and author of black market millions is joining me to make sense of all of this. good morning. >> good morning. >> apple wins this big lawsuit over samsung, what does this mean for cell phone users? >> apple has been in this battle with samsung regarding patents, as of yesterday, the jury came out and recommended that samsung pay apple $1 billion for those violations on those patents. that jury deliberated for two and a half days. they had 109 pieces of documents, pages of documents, boxes of documents. they compareed the iphone and samsung phone together and came up with this recommendation. it is interesting the shares of apple jumped $12 to $675. >> there's the market reaction. how about samsung, do they have to stop selling their items? >> right now they are saying that basically this is just not a win for the consumer. i wanted to quote what the release said from last night. it said, according to samsung, it will lead to few you are choices, less innovation and potentially higher prices. it's unfortu
MSNBC
Apr 26, 2014 9:00am PDT
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Oct 10, 2015 4:00am PDT
the guys who's really keeping an eye on them is their patron china. china is trying to keep a lid on north korea, but china's very much concerned that if ultimately there is any kind of fight that there will be millions and millions of north koreans streaming across the north -- across the river, and it would become a real problem to china. china is trying to keep their finger on the whole thing. the number five guy came to the big demonstration. not a very high ranking person which demonstrates there's a bit of a -- there's a bit of a frosty attitude between the two countries. >> interesting take on that. thank you, colonel jack jacobs. that for being here. >> you bet. >>> back to breaking news from turkey as a pair of explosions killed dozens of people. and the death toll -- this as a terrorist attack. nbc news foreign correspondent richard engel is joining us now from istanbul with the latest. richard, is there any indication at this point who might be behind this attack? >> reporter: there are many accusations, a lot of suspicion, but no definitive proof as to who may have carrie
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am PDT
for your time, good to see you. >>> a fascinating search for a family's past from harlem to china. we're going to preview a new documentary that tells their story next. >>> a fascinating new documentary about heritage and family follows three successful sibling his raised in harlem. as they embark on an emotional journey to find their ancestral roots some 7,000 miles away in china. >> i went to our family village. and translated over the gate -- the gate, the entrance. what was translated to me was it says prosperity, family and education. and i thought, what does my family stand for but that. >> this film is called finding samuel lo, from harlem to china. joining me now, entrepreneur and filmmaker and star, paula madison. thank you for joining me. >> thanks, alex. >> it's a great story. what made you decide to film it and take your travels to china? >> i grew up here in harlem. my mother was always very sad and very emotional about the fact that we really didn't have any other family. she was separated from her father when she was 3 years old. he had gone to jamaica to cut sugar
MSNBC
Jan 8, 2012 9:00am PST
time. >> i am just asking. >> former u.s. ambassador to china, jon huntsman made comments. >> he criticized me while he was out raising money for serving my country, yes, under a democrat, like my two sons are doing in the united states navy, they are not asking what political affiliation the president is. i want to be clear. i will always put my country first. >> i think the decision to go and work with president obama is one you took, and i don't disrespect your division to do that, and it's most likely the person that should represent our party running against president obama is somebody that called him a remarkable leader and went to represent him in china. >> this state is divided, because of attitudes like that. >> and then perry making up for it's oops movement. >> we would make reductions, and i would be the department of commerce and energy and education that we're going to do away with. >> that was worth a good laugh. for more on the debate, i am joined by chris matthews, who has been doing duty the last 90 minutes, and john harwood. it's afternoon now. this was a debat
MSNBC
Dec 1, 2013 9:00am PST
foreign powers, china in particular, to hack into our system, can be a real problem. whether there's going to be much chinese interest in hacking into our health care site, probably less of a priority than hacking into military sites and other intelligence gathering opportunities. but the administration has got to keep its focus on making sure that there aren't any further problems with this and, you know, privacy is a paramount concern. this is something the administration has to get right. i don't see an indication there's a problem there, although that doesn't stop people from just asserting it's the case. >> yeah, you know, you bring up china. i want to address the issue right now with the u.s. saying it's not going to stop routine flights across the east china sea. that's the area beijing has just unilaterallily marked as an air defense zone. are you concerned this delicate diplomatic showdown could escalate, and how do you see this ending? >> i'm very concerned about that. i think there's lots of reason to be concerned. no one goes into a confrontation like this expecti
MSNBC
Apr 7, 2013 9:00am PDT
korean regime as deliberate and provocative. the obama administration is increasingly leaning on china, north korea's closest ally. two u.s. destroyers are already in place. it's a delicate balance, china has routinely frustrated the u.s. in its dealings with north korea in the past. but the white house says it's optimistic china's position is evolving. and heading to that region, secretary of state john kerry with stops scheduled in seoul and beijing late next week. in hopes of preventing a further crisis. >> and a meeting was scheduled to take places between here and washington. the chairman of our joint chiefs martin democrat -- top military leader in south korea means that rising tensions means he really needs to stay at home right now. >>> to politics and new today, president obama's senior advisors hitting back at the critics of the president's proposed budget. >> what's in the president's budget is the offer that he put speaker boehner, it shows one, the president's serious about trying to find a balanced solution to our deficits and have a comprehensive economic plan. >> and ne
MSNBC
Apr 5, 2014 9:00am PDT
fact, the missing aircraft. another report on cctv, state television in china, said that this pulse had been detected on friday, then again on saturday afternoon. now, this has been received with some caution here in australia. the defense minister was quoted earlier this evening as saying that there have been a lot of leads, a lot of things which have turned out to be disappointing. and, of course, some of those false leads were also from china. in an earlier stage of this search. at the same time, the organization, the australian-led organization, which is overseeing the search, issued its own statement this evening, in which it said that these -- these chinese reports could not be verified at this time. and that they had asked china for more information, which is itself rather interesting, because the assumption was that all information automatically went through that coordinating body. but many questions still to be answered there, alex. >> yeah. ian, may i ask you, again, so the the ping that is reportedly heard today, it is the same type of ping in the same location as heard y
MSNBC
Nov 2, 2013 9:00am PDT
half full. in office politics, one of the most interesting ways china is different when it comes to fast food in that country. my talk with cnbc's carl quintanilla. >>> hey there, everyone. it's high noon in the east, 9:00 a.m. out west. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." new details emerging about the deadly shooting at l.a.x. the suspect 23-year-old putt krnia literally shot his way through a security checkpoint killing one agent, injuring others and sending hundreds of travelers running for their lives. this video shows the terrifying moments inside terminal 3. miguel almaguer is at l.a. x. with the latest. what are you learned? >> good morning. terminal 3 at this hour remains shut down. that's the crime scene where this took place, where the gunman allegedly walked in, shot the tsa member killing him, wounding two others and made his way through the terminal. at least 167,000 passengers had their flights either delayed or canceled. all of this taking place during the middle of the morning weekday rush. >> shots fired. terminal. >> hundreds scrambled for their lives as a lone
MSNBC
Aug 5, 2012 3:00am PDT
medal count. the u.s. holds on to its lead with 54 total medals, 26 of them gold. china remains in close second place with 53 medals, including 25 golds. and great britain now jumps into third place with 29 total medals. let's hear it for the host country. now for more highlights and what to watch today. let's go to stephanie gosk. good morning to you. with all the competition under way today, what are you keeping an eye on today for us? >> well, alex, it's going to be super exciting day today here in london. kicking off really this afternoon, a first for the olympics. women's boxing. you have queen underwood for the u.s. entering the ring for the first time ever as an olympic athlete for the united states. the u.s. team is heavily favored in boxing. at least in the women's. later on today you have a very familiar showdown on centre court in wimbledon. roger federer and andy murray. they faced off in the finals in wimbledon last month. now they're going for gold. and andy murray was the first british tennis player to reach the finals of wimbledon in a generation. he lost that match
MSNBC
Oct 12, 2013 4:00am PDT
. which is quite sad. china, 6%. qatar, 28% happy. when you combine that with most people at worst are mildly unhappy. that country being very wealthy. in the u.s. we did pretty well. 30% of people are happy. 50% say take it or leave it. only 18% hate their jobs. and probably, alex, are grateful to have them. >> i love my job. i get to talk to people like you all day. so it's very cool. >> so you are in the 30%. >> good numbers there. thanks, regina lewis. >> sure. >>> chris matthews spurring with bill maher. just how many shutdowns happened during the reagan era. >> don't go there. don't go there. let me explain to you. these questions -- it will save you a lot of of time. >> so what's the answer? >> are you ready? remember something called an appropriations bill. back in the reagan era they passed the appropriations bill, almost all of them. the only was the c.r. wasn't down. there weren't government-wide shutdowns. nobody can find them in the newspaper they are such small issues. you have blogger feeding you this crap. there was nothing like today and everybody knows it. nothing lik
MSNBC
Jul 14, 2012 7:00am EDT
general distaste for china and some really ugly uniforms, you'reoingo ge bipaisanip o citolill. wasrett phemenaow icklitame togher aou ca addreat tv repting too. you saw great bipartisanship, mostly from democrats, not as many republicans arguing about this. wi anying seo it we'lhaveoo wai asee. iuppoener suprt te th olymans, iight car ngre thrgh aust. i fl b tha tbikers was about that the uniforms were manufactured in china. but everybody hasone a sp rtheandayin the aret atacti. it kinof le -- >> i wldn' wea it. i tnk it's t bet tt's settg pele off. >> tt and tolo lo on the lapel. >> there's that too. thank you souch. can i k you quickly, pple fer yous nie wt is thatout? weadhe bigstanteng backnd foh. y name is spell ammy, i get lots ofeopl aumin'm a y. its goo se y- >>hat'hy i onl u two tter >>ust . goyod o'keefe. >> how much does mitt romney's bain controversy matter to you. you can talk to me on twitter. ani'll reaour twts rougut t day >>> is mningarry knedy aesteor apparently i. >>ust a fonth ahe speubliy o balff th keedy an onehal of mar kenny, now she returns to the public spotli
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2014 9:00am PDT
the word opportunistic was probably invented. he's there in china. he wants to give a good impression. he wants to give them good news. china is the biggest trading partner of australia and of course more than two-thirds of the passengers on that aircraft were from china. but from yesterday's optimism, his confidence, today he was a good deal more cautious, talking about the rapidly fading signal from the black box and the massive, massive task that lies ahead. now, the reality, which has been given to us by the coordinating center here, which is much more realistic, much more sober in its analysis, is that we haven't had another sound since tuesday. and they need to detect more sounds. they need to find more sounds to be able to pinpoint precisely where the black boxes lie. they're pretty confident they're in the right general area but they need to pinpoint precisely where before they can send down that submersible, that underwater drone, which can hone in on where the sound's coming from. until they can do that, it's a huge, huge task ahead. and i think somebody's whispering in tony
MSNBC
Aug 15, 2015 9:00am PDT
china's massive chemical blast. food banks struggling to meet the demand. why this is happening despite a falling unemployment rate. and it's one of the strangest sights of the week. how millions of little balls are helping fight california's drought. >>> hey there, everyone, high noon in the east, 9:00 ann west. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." we're waiting for hillary clinton to speak at the state fair in des moines's not the only attraction with donald trump expected to arrive an hour from now by helicopter. joining me now from the fair is msnbc's jane tim. jane, welcome to you. so we have hillary clinton, we have donald trump, we have a big old chopper, we have the butter cow. who do you think these key voters are most looking forward to seeing? >> knowing iowa, i'm going say it's trump coming in in a helicopter that may or may not be gold plated inside and we hear he's going to offer kids some rides. he tweeted this that a few hours ago saying he was on his way, very excited and looking forward to giving kids rides. not sure if it's logistically going to happen but he's going t
MSNBC
Apr 14, 2012 9:00am PDT
," a panda at a zoo in eastern china celebrated her tenth birthday friday with bamboo and cake, what a mix. the birthday bear was treated to a bath and a medical check-up before children sang to her and fed her slices of apple. later, she snacked on bamboo and birthday cake. >>> new york city mayor michael bloomberg has named the muppets the family ambassadors of new york city. he hopes they will help reach his goal of attracting 55 million visitors a year to new york. >>> this incredible photo now out of northern california, look at this, shows all four towers of the bay bridge being hit by lightning at the very same time. it's part of a record-breaking series of thunderstorms that swept across the region, producing more than 750 lightning strikes. wow. ♪ na, na... ♪ na, na-na, na [ men ] ♪ hey, hey, hey ♪ goodbye [ flushing ] ♪ [ both ] ♪ na, na... [ woman ] ♪ na, na-na, na [ men ] ♪ hey, hey, hey ♪ good-bye [ male announcer ] with kohler's powerful, high-efficiency toilets. flush. and done. [ all ] ♪ hey, hey, hey ♪ good-bye how they'll live tomorrow. for mor
MSNBC
Oct 16, 2011 7:00am PDT
are coming here from china, they're coming here from asia, from africa. he is the global -- he's the big city on the mall. >> he's not a president. he's the only one to not be a president. that is substantive right there, reverend jackson. >> in some sense, the role of the reason for change is by dr. king. he took the risks. very few presidents are transformative. i would say lbj is in that category, everything from food stamps to title 7, title 9. the right to vote. child nutrition act. few transformative presidents. they use administrators of sorts and politicians. dr. king was freed of that burden and he used it wisely. >> reverend jackson, is there a role in today's world for that sort of activism? we have occupy wall street happening now. no one has emerged as a charismatic, that's perhaps an overused word. charismatic forceful leader of this new movement. am i kind of thinking of bygone era and are we past the stage where a figure like dr. king needs to emerge, or do you see someone like that emerging? >> do you know, eugene, when dr. king died -- you would be -- many whites ha
MSNBC
Jun 23, 2013 9:00am PDT
was telling the south china morning post about nsa hacking activities in hong kong and mainly in china and that sort of made him somewhat of a celebrity in china. my colleague in hong kong is reporting that this created a situation where it was difficult for the chinese government, both hong kong and main land, to send him back to the united states because of public opinion there and that they didn't want, however, to have this diplomatic problem either of a protracted extradition 2350fight. they were probably quite glad to help him get out. his passport was canceled on friday. >> that is an issue that one of our guests brought up a few moments ago. you're suggesting that it was done. something we should look into. we heard from general alexander a short time ago who said this morning that the leaks have caused irreversible damage to the u.s. but glen greenwald scoffs at this. is there any real evidence of damage to our ability to gather counter terrorism intelligence? >> you have to disaggregate what he has leaked. we think all of his records are out now. some of what he has dis
MSNBC
Jun 16, 2013 9:00am PDT
do that. he grabbed up information. he made preparations to go to china. and then he collected it up, bolted to china, and then decided he was going to disclose very sensitive national security information including, by the way, that benefits the chinese and other adversaries when it comes to intelligence relationships. >> he's not the only committee member who believes snowden betrayed his country. committee vice chair senator saxby chambliss put it this way. >> he's not a traitor, then he's pretty darn close to it. and as far as getting him back here, he needs to look an american jury in the eye and explain why he has disclosed sources and methods that are going to put american lives in danger. >> nbc's ian williams is in hong kong, where snowden was last seen before he disappeared. ian? >> reporter: from a wet and wind-swept hong kong. edward snowden is believed still to be here and in hiding one week after revealing himself as the source of one of the biggest ever intelligence leaks. snowden is believed to be in a safe house somewhere in this teeming, rain-swept city of 2 mill
MSNBC
Nov 23, 2014 9:00am PST
china, the high price of homes has become a political issue. so detroit became a symbol. it was a way to talk about things you could not really talk about in china. and that's why you had a national conversation on twitter or their version of twitter. and it sort of echoed throughout the country. >> so what are they going to do with all of this property? why are they buying it up? >> that's a great question. because, yeah, sure you can buy a home for $39. and, indeed, some chinese investors bought 30 homes at a time, others were going to real estate brokers and saying i want to buy 200 of them. but really, all they're going to do is sit and hold them. the one thing that's going to really be good, though, there was a shanghai company that bought two iconic buildings downtown detroit, $13.6 million. which is the cost of an apartment. they're going to put a lot of money into revitalizing those buildings. that's going to be very, very important for the ultimate future of detroit. >> beyond business, though, gordon, do you think there is a prospect of a large number of chinese moving t
MSNBC
Oct 2, 2011 8:00am PDT
people. i need a million people who are looking for decent work who think trade with china is unfair the way it's practiced who want to grow america and who don't think wall street should own washington. i need a million people at a hundred dollars. you know, we have contributions from all 50 states, alex. we're the only guy running who has been a governor and a congressman. i grow jobs. that's what i do. small business, drilling for oil, safely and freely. we can do this. i've got a catch on. i need to be on a debate. i watch the people debate. it's often frivolous. it's often silly. but it's the only way to get known in america. i ask it again. why not me? i'm climbing in the polls, alex. i've spent my money wisely and well. i raise more money in the last quarter than i ever have before. it's beginning to happen. >> all right. governor, how many people are supporting you thus far? how close are you to getting to that million people? i will grant you, you've only been in the race for about three months or less. >> i announced six weeks ago in new hampshire. i live here. it's an importan
MSNBC
Jan 9, 2016 4:00am PST
china and then in the same day say that china needs to take care of the north korea situation, apart from just being completely silly and dangerous, it also shows a lack of belief that the united states should lead. we have to lead. >> and that was jeb bush in an interview with bloomberg politics mark halperin last night, hitting back on donald trump on foreign policy. bush will continue his swing today in south carolina where he'll lay out his ideas to fight poverty. a little over two hours from now, he'll be among seven republican candidates speaking at the kent forum on expanding opportunity. msnbc's kasie hunt is at the forum, and walk us through the format of the forum and how it can help jeb bush and others gain traction and pick up some key endorsements. >> reporter: todd, good morning. this forum is a series of conversations about this key issue. we'll see a couple of panels where the candidates will engage with moderators and one another on the best way to fight poverty. it is hosted by house speaker paul ryan. he's made this a significant issue, he has been focused o
MSNBC
Oct 11, 2014 4:00am PDT
microchip company about demand in china, and people banking on china's growth, and microchips tend to be a harvester, so the big takeaway for the guys that says what does that mean for my ira or 401(k), this is not a bad weekend for people to log on and expect to see red in the portfolio and make a call if you are concerned or have a low risk tolerance on however you are managing this money, whether it will weather the storm. >> let's go to help wanted and what could be encouraging news about the economy. >> the labor department reported there are 48 million job openings right now, and to put that in perspective, that's a 13-year high, the highest since 2001. look into that a little further, opposed to the unemployment people, there are two people for every job opening. so that gives you a sense of the momentum. coupled with that, a separate report by a private company, indicated it's taking 26.5 days to fill those jobs, and that also is a 13-year high. that suggests coupled with unemployment that there is tightening in the labor market, and if economic theory holds, that means wages will
MSNBC
Jun 21, 2014 4:00am PDT
coalition of the neighborhood, including the europeans, and frankly, russia and china have a stake in this. the more radical that area becomes, the more dangerous it is to all of us. so we really need to look towards the diplomatic solution, pulling together many of the elements that have, in fact, been part of the fuel to all of this fire that's going on in that area. and we also need to be extraordinarily careful, where are the good guys here? in one way or another, most of these folks at one time or another have been opposed to the united states. so we've got to be very careful. the resolution that is now in the senate, which reasserts the war powers act, holds the president responsible to coming back to congress, within 90 days, if he intends to continue military or any military action, in iraq. and that requires us, the 535 of us that represent the american people, to have a voice and for the president to clearly state to us and the american people, what we're getting into. >> i'm sure you've seen, sir, this new isis recruitment video that has emerged and has the english speak fi
MSNBC
Jul 25, 2015 4:00am PDT
sell it. russia and china agreed pending a nuclear deal. now that we have one, russia and china and japan are going to buy iranian oil. there is nothing we can do. this deal is not a factor in that. the iranian oil will be sold. >> the latest about the controversy around hillary clinton's e-mails. new york times reporting that zres gers found on clinton's e-mail server. the inspectors general and the clinton team note these four e-mails in question were not marked classified at the time. is this going to be a problem for her? does this feed into the polling which shows a majority of voters in key swing states think clinton is not honest and truth worthy? >> well, you know this is such a complicated situation with the e-mailings. i think the american people like myself having difficulty processing what's really a controversy about it. and clearly i think that this could have been handled more effectively from day one by the clinton team. but ultimately i don't think this latest bit of information changes in any way either the issue or the confusion that the american people are feelin
MSNBC
Mar 23, 2014 9:00am PDT
aircraft from china and japan. so a lot of aircraft going out there today, looking for this debris. they will have at their disposal now three sets of satellite images. the latest, of course, coming from the french. now, this image is not yet officially been released, but ap a short while ago said they had spoken to an unknown malaysian official in kuala lumpur who described the french picture as being fuzzy, but said it appeared to be about the same size as a piece of debris shown in a chinese image. but it was located about 600 miles north of where the chinese sighting was. and that was the chinese sighting that was just three days earlier. so that seems an awful long way to drift in that short amount of time. but nevertheless, it gives them an extra piece of information to work with when this search resumes in just a few hours time, alex. >> it sure does, but again, there's an expanded area apparently. ian williams, thank you for that. >>> let's go to nbc's tom costello in washington. what's the latest that you're hearing? specifically about these new french satellite images and
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Nov 24, 2012 4:00am PST
european banks and touch off another financial crisis. that does not seem to be on the horizon. china, which was experiencing something of a hard landing earlier this year is now starting to stimulate its economy again. and looks like china and the u.s. can be barbells in a kind of two-pronged advance in the economy next year. so i think there is reason to be optimistic. people are far too downbeat at this point for the prospect of things here at home. >> in terms of the average american, how are they doing? sometimes in washington and the media we're not really touching the pulse of that. >> depends where you are. if you work in technology, in health care, a variety of different industries, manufacturing coming back, one statistic that not often talked about, there are 3 1/2 million manufacturing jobs available. and we have a bit of a skills mismatch. it's hard for an unemployed construction worker to go to that factory where they rely on robotics and things like that and make that shift. but if you look at the composition of the economy, it's better. once real estate turns and auto
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jobs back from china, i'm taking jobs back from many places. >> let's bring in the former adviser for john mccain's presidential campaign. adolpho, welcome to you. do you agree, is donald trump going to win the hispanic vote? >> of course not. this is really an example of reality tv. this is an unfortunate situation that an entertainer, if you want to call donald trump that has been able to captivate national attention, for what will be a very brief period of time with these offensive remarks, and only get worse. yesterday, of course with a 70-minute tirade it was only an attack on senator mccain, governor bush and people like caroline kennedy. this is not a serious candidate in any shape, way or form. obviously, people of this kind have had attention in the past for a very short period of time and this will also abate and be a forgotten episode in a few months. >> if you listen to donald trump, he will defend his remarks on mexico and mexicans. >> i love the mexican people. i love the spirit of the mexican people. i respect mexico. the problem is, their leaders are much smarter t
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Mar 9, 2013 9:00am PST
has to be conveyed very strongly and then finally, china has to exercise more power here in terms of its influence over the north korean leader. they have the ability to provide food, they have been providing food and fuel and assistance to north korea. they have to convey the message that this kind of rhetoric and this kind of threat is really adverse to the international interest. those things are being done. >> do you expect china, though, to send a strong message? it is backing the sanctions but really only the major ally certainly in the region. so how strong is china's role here? >> well, the fact that they back these sanctions is a very strong signal. they're very upset with north korea for launching the last missile and also for the underground nuclear tests. this is going to continue to be a destabilizing factor throughout the region. there is always the possibility that someone could miscalculate. what we're dealing with with north korea is a hermetically sealed dictatorship for which people themselves have no idea of the outside world and they engage in cult worship of
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Oct 30, 2011 7:00am PDT
becoming a problem, even in a lot of developing countries. cities in china, cities in mexico. at the same time, there are people starving in the horn of africa. so we have a distribution problem. it's the same thing with water. the human race uses a lot of water and a lot of that, frankly, is wasted. a lot of water that is just allowed to run off, a lot of water that is used for washing, cleaning, could easily be recycled for agriculture. so we have to learn how to live better and more efficiently. but the world has a lot of water out there. we just need to be better at using it. >> another big surprise here, china's population as well. i find this to be a bit startling. it's going to peak and then drop off by 450 million by the end of century, i understand. why is that? >> that's right. those are the united nations' projections. china went through a period where they were really concerned about population growth. and so they urged, and in some cases, forced people to have no more than one child per family. well, if you only have one child for every two adults, the population is going to
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Jul 1, 2012 12:00pm EDT
stories, china rising or falling? manufacturing grew in june by lowest pace in seven months. and it raises questions on beijing's efforts to prevent the world's second economy from slow sloely too quickly. china's spectacular economic growth has been largely driven by external demand. let's take a paint project from "that looks hard" to "that didn't take long". let's break out behr ultra... ...the number one selling paint and primer in one, now with stain blocker. each coat works three times harder, priming, covering, and blocking stains. let's go where no paint has gone before, and end up some place beautiful. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. right now at the home depot, buy four gallons of paint and get the fourth one free. ♪ pop goes the world ♪ it goes something like this ♪ everybody here is a friend of mine ♪ ♪ everybody, tell me, have you heard? ♪ [ female announcer ] pop in a whole new kind of clean with new tide pods... a powerful three-in-one detergent that cleans, brightens, and fights stains. just one removes more stains than the 6
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Dec 14, 2014 9:00am PST
of dealings with china. you know, this can get very bad. >> geopolitical, economic things which would probably pale. that would make everything else heretofore pale by comparison. but speaking of the salacious stuff, i want to read a september exchange. criticizing leonardo dicaprio's decision to back out of the bio pick. quote, was this about the deal or did he just change his mind? that's from gordon. the latter replied, then gordon replied with horrible behavior which was echoed, actually, despicable. do you think hollywood stars are really surprised by exchanges like this? or are they more surprised they've gone public? and i also want to ask, do the stars need the studios more or do the studios need the stars more? >> well, it's a mutual relationship. they both need each other to succeed. i don't think anyone's surprised that they talk bad about actors behind closed doors. everyone knows that hollywood studio executives are a bit like this. and, you know, how it gets out, well, you know, we see in the e-mails of george clooney who was actually directly addressing those who might
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Aug 3, 2014 9:00am PDT
in southern china has killed at least 175 people and injured more than 1400. people ran into the street when they felt the shaking. the quake had a magnitude of 6.1 and destroyed about 12,000 homes. >>> "the new york times" has run a full page ad promoting the use of medical marijuana. the seattle-based company placed that ad to congratulate the state of new york on its pace age of medical marijuana. >>> and six flags in new jersey's nitro roller coaster suddenly stopped. it lost power just assed the rs were nearing the hill. >>> in just a moment, the strange case of no drinking water in one of the biggest cities. why? next. how much fun is this? what? what a beautiful sunset... if you like sunsets. whether you're sweet or salty... you'll love nature valley sweet and salty bars. now what if i told youok a hotel you can save up to 60%,me first. but you couldn't know the name until after you book? did i say never? i didn't mean it. ♪ would you consider a 4-star hotel that's up to 60% off, you just can't know the name? just no name? until you book. um... yeah, i'd do that! ♪ if
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Dec 23, 2012 9:00am PST
with china as they grow. got to deal with the terrorists, and we've got to manage the circumstances in the middle east. so people in washington and the foreign affairs business are going to be very, very busy. iran, syria, israel, the palestinians, a new constitution in egypt, and all around the periphery of the middle east there are still terrorist elements. and there's a problem in north africa with terrorists. >> and i was also going to add to the conversation north korea. >> that's right. >> you heard the news today, they say they have a missile that could potentially reach the united states. of course it could be weaponized. what's your reaction to that? >> well, we've known this was coming for a long time and we have a missile defense program, a rudimentary program, but it's been in place, put it in place several years ago, and it's designed specifically to handle this. actually we're ahead on that. but they've been relentless bad boys. no matter how difficult their domestic situation is, they've always seemed to find the resources to military power and threatening neighbors a
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Jan 10, 2016 9:00am PST
the worst week first week we've ever had. >> yes, that's true. >> why? >> i would say in short china, but otherwise more generally global forces. the u.s. economy looks quite good. it may not feel that way to a lot of americans, but in comparison to basically every other major economy, the united states is doing very well. very low unemployment, very low inflation. vehicle sales are up. housing market is looking pretty good. basically on paper we look pretty steady, and in comparison to europe, to japan -- >> gas prices. >> gas prices are very low which is good for consumers, not as good for some u.s. businesses but good for consumers, and in comparison to basically every other major economy, you know, even though it doesn't feel great here, at least it's not as kind of sucky as it is everywhere else. >> when we see the market drop like that, 6%, we have a lot of institutional investors and we have you and me investors. what does that pmean for our 401(k)s long term. that's what people are concerned about. we didn't have a great q4 and q1 at least in the first week isn't looking so p
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Dec 21, 2014 9:00am PST
has reached out to china and asked for its help in investigating this matter. alex? >> all right, kristen welker, thank you very much. we'll check in with you again next hour. >>> on the heels of that, let's bring in a security expert at a cyber security firm. kurt, with a welcome to you, the "daily beast" reporting today that many in the hacking community don't believe that north korea's behind this attack. so how compelling is the fbi evidence against that country? >> you're right, alex. you know, we've seen some senior officials make some pretty emphatic statements over the past few days. but i'd have to say that a large chunk, if not the majority of my colleagues in the computer science and cyber intelligence communities remain unconvinced. the data that we're seeing, that we're sharing doesn't support the hypothesis that north korea master minded this operation. now, that being said, it's far to assume that the fbi and the government does, in fact, have information to access to information that they're not sharing with us. but the civilian academic and business cyber intelli
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Feb 23, 2013 12:00pm EST
prices rise because the amount of gas that they're going to be shipping to india, perhaps china, will actually lessen the amount of gas that we refine in oklahoma from those -- from that same project. >> can you give me a sense, if you have one, of what the president's going to do? he's postponed making a decision on the pipeline already. >> that's right. well, the president is getting a lot of financial pressure and pressure from lobbyists, the wealthiest corporations on the planet, oil companies, are putting a lot of pressure on him to approve this pipeline. they have a vested interest. they will make billions of dollars. but people, ranchers, farmers, people who are traditionally considered conservative and people who are liberal, are fighting this thing. because we know it's not in our best interests. it will go right through our aquifers, our vital water resource systems which we know we cannot jeopardize since we have massive drought and that's projected to continue and wildfires and crop yields are going down. this is not something we can risk just to have a benefit for s
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May 26, 2013 9:00am PDT
broken homes as we have done, you'll see a shattered room, the roof is gone, but yet the china cabinet is left untouched. you'll see those kinds of things. the president is going to motorcade through a lot of neighborhoods here and people have set out american flags remembering that it's memorial day. this town is a patriotic town and they're glad to see the president here putting a national spotlight on the disaster that's happening here. >> yeah, this on the heel of high school graduations, three of them yesterday in nearby oklahoma city. all right, thank you very much, charles hadlock, for more. >>> i'm delighted to bring in craig melvin in studio here with me. you were in the very same spot where charles hadlock was just standing and you were covering for a couple can of days. the devastation, we talk about the radio antenna that's standing, are the china cabinet next to the obliterated kitchen and bathroom, it's just insane. >> and it speaks to the randomness of not just this tornado but any tornado. he is pe especially with this one as you alluded 0 to it, you would see a complet
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Sep 28, 2013 9:00am PDT
government's stockpile of weapons. police in china rescued 92 children and two women during a massive human trafficking bust. 301 suspects are being held. investigators say the children were kidnapped in central china and sold in other provinces. >>> new information expected today on the deaths of 19 elite firefighters in arizona. the report is expected to outline weather conditions, communications and logistics in the hours before the hotshots died in a wildfire on june 30th. >>> the ball is back in the house's court. house members are returning to work today trying to find a way to avert the first government shutdown in nearly 20 years. this weekend's session comes a day after the senate passed legislation keeping the government running till november 15th. it does not strip funding for obama care. now, if congress can't pass a short-term funding bill by midnight monday, the government shuts down. joining me now, political reporter for "us news and world report" lauren fox and david nakamura. it's great to see you both. david, first, as the president says, no negotiating is going to be don
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Aug 12, 2012 12:00pm EDT
leads with 104 med deals, including 46 golds. china is in second with 87 total medals. russia rounds out the top three with 82. let's go to london now and nbc's mark barger, who's been watching this for us. just what happened is the men's basketball game final. the united states taking a win there. >> that's right. it's somewhat reminiscent of the game four years ago when team usa beat spain for the gold medal. in that game, the u.s. really was tight with spain until the final two minutes and they were able to finally put them away. like the u.s. team, the spanish team has a lot of nba players including the gasol brothers, pau and mark. they provide a lot of size up front that caused some problems for the u.s. the u.s. was only up by a point at halftime, a point going into the fourth quarter, but they got some breathing room oming down the stretch. kevin durant had 30 points, lebron james had 19 and the usa makes it two in a row in gold medals. >> a nail-biter there. also tonight we have the closing ceremony. nellum has an amazing story here. >> yeah, he is. this is a guy that four y
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Dec 27, 2014 4:00am PST
. >> reporter: de blasio is expected to also speak at today's service. liu's family in china making arrangements to get here and jetblue is making arrangements to pay for those arrangements. >>> the funerals for the police officers killed in the line of duty are always very somber and formal and almost precision affairs. is that the expected scene there today as well? >> unfortunately they have had too much practice. there's something about this one that is particularly tough. partly, i think, it's a combination of every cop in new york knows that it could have been anyone of them, and it was a completely random attack and these officers were murdered because of the uniform they were wearing, and you will see thousands of cops in that same uniform today outside that church, and the other thing that makes it really tough is that who this particular guy was, and this was a guy that grew up in the toughest most dangerous neighborhood in new york, east new york, and his nickname as a kid in the middle of the war zone was from a expression, jar of goodness and that goodness is what led h
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Jan 2, 2016 4:00am PST
making it feel ten degrees colder at times. >>> heavy smog blanketed southwest china today and caused major traffic jams. that's the second highest alert level. >>> it is now legal to openly carry handgun in texas. many turned out to celebrate the state's law. many are allowed to carry holstered handguns and millions are thrilled to see it take effect. >> it allows me to leave the house dressed as i want to dress. i don't have to worry about am i hiding anything. >> there are some exceptions. open carry is not am low -- allowed at schools and college campuses and businesses can ban open carry as long as they display the proper signs. >>> new year's alarm, what prompted one of europe's biggest cities to take dramatic action after an unconfirmed terror threat. >>> and the message that floated above the rose bowl parade when we come back. we call it share the love. during our share the love event, get a new subaru, and we'll donate $250 to those in need. bringing our total donations to over sixty-five million dollars. and bringing love where it's needed most. love. it's what makes a suba
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Jun 30, 2012 4:00am PDT
is the fact the cost of doing business in china has been going up dramatically. so hopefully we'll see some jobs come back to the states. >> those are big ticket items, $200 million each sometimes. morgan, appreciate it. today's hot weather will likely rewrite the record books for another day. children and elderly are some of the most at risk for heat strokes and exhaustion, julie martin is live in atlanta. we're also looking at the weather out there. what's it like? >> reporter: we're already up around 76 degrees at this early hour and we could see a record in atlanta, 106 degrees, that vifales any temperature set in the dust bowl in the 1930s. it's going to be a dangerously hot day through the mid-atlantic. we've already seen the effects of the heat that was in place yesterday. in fact, some storms, series of severe storms coming through the washington, d.c. and baltimore areas yesterday left hundreds of thousands of people without power. we could see more storms today riding the ridge of this high pressure. so the big story though is going to be those triple digit temperatures,
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Apr 28, 2012 12:00pm EDT
behaving in the rest of the latin america and how are they expanding so aggressively in china where they're not the kind of systematic controls that we're accustomed to in the u.s.? >> here's the bottom-line question for you. as there probably many people hearing about this for the first time and maybe had plans to shop at walmart today, do you think there will be any change in pattern by consumers? >> you know, this is such disappointing behavior and so systematically disappointing that, frankly, i would hope that it would take a little bit of the shine off some of walmart's reputation. what you want is for an american company to expand and bring good ethical practices with it, not be corrupted by the way of doing business that it finds in those communities. and yet, i don't think the story has caught the popular imagination for some reason. i think people are going about their business both in mexico where public officials were widely bribed and in the u.s. and just sort of shrugging at this behavior. to me, that's a little disappointing. >> charles fishman, thank you very much fo
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Feb 9, 2014 9:00am PST
our deficits. >> we were talking about china and japan in this case. okay, maya macguineas. good to see you. >> thanks. >> you're going to hear what officials are saying about ticket sales and are there a lot of empty seats at those venues. . ...and higher interest rates when you apply for a credit card. it's a problem waiting to happen. check your credit score, check your credit report, at experian.com. america's number one provider of online credit reports and scores. don't take chances. go to experian.com. we are the thinkers. the job jugglers. the up all-nighters. and the ones who turn ideas into action. we've made our passions our life's work. we strive for the moments where we can say, "i did it!" ♪ we are entrepreneurs who started it all... with a signature. legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses, turning dreamers into business owners. and we're here to help start yours. anybody have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three types of good bacteria.
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