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Sep 26, 2014 5:00pm EDT
reception wherever they're sold and even where they aren't. seth jones reports what some in china are willing to pay to get the phone through the black market. >> reporter: the iphone 6 is a hot seller in mainland china, but it's not on store shelves yet. it's only on the street. we asked our chinese producer to take a hidden camera to this beijing shopping center. he found half a dozen smugglers outside this apple store. this man was trying to sell the iphone 6 for 7,200 yuan, nearly $1,200. we asked about the higher end 6 plus model and he made a call. it could be hours for 1,800 u.s. dollars, more than double the cost of the same unlocked phone inthe u.s. the iphone 6 has hit regulatory hurdles in china. the government has not granted licenses for network access and will not say how long that might take. while millions of iphone 6's are assembled in mainland china they're not legally available here yet. the delay comes as foreign technology companies fall under increased suspicion here. >> if it's cool in china to have an apple iphone, to be the first to have the new apple iphone i
CBS
Jun 5, 2015 5:00pm EDT
realized information was taken. publicly the white house won't confirm that evidence is suggesting china is to blame. >> it's more cyber espionage than crime. >> reporter: the attack could be useful for spies. >> it sounds a bit fantastic, but i don't think it is. i think it's really within the republicans of what a nation state would do versus a cyber criminal group. >> reporter: markita burnett works for fema. she says this is just what happens these days. >> also have a monitoring on my credit just because that's what you have to have nowadays. it's almost like a mandatory thing if you want to make sure that you're in good standing all the time. >> reporter: we talked to other federal workers today. we'll have more at 6:00. >> china -- foreign minister says the u.s. should stop making what he calls unfair assumptions. >>> we are just getting started on wusa9 news at 5:00. the battle heats up on where the new fbi headquarters ought to be located, hank silverberg brings that story coming your way at 5:30. >> i'm meteorologist topper shutt, a vast improvement. want to fire up the bbq, yo
CBS
Feb 20, 2017 5:00pm EST
china as part of an agreement with the country. all giant pandas born in the zoo must go back before the age of four. >> bye. i hope you have a nice trip. >> reporter: members of bao bao's fan club know this may be the last chance to see her. for some a trip to the airport is just too much. >> i don't think i can take it. >> reporter: people are just genuinely upset about her leaving. several people were just too emotional to even do an interview with me. they're also concerned. i got this question a lot. they wanted to know about the well being of the other pandas who are staying behind if they are going to miss bao bao or vice versa. pandas are solitary in nature, they don't spend a lot of time together right now. all the pandas should be just fine. bao bao is off tomorrow. she leaves from dulles, we'll be there as well. nikki burdine, wusa9. >> our crew will be at the airport tomorrow for bao >> that flight is 19 hours long. talk about long. she'll be on a personalized fedex plane though with a vet. >> reporter: bao bao's neighbors are sad to see her go. spray painted graff
CBS
Aug 27, 2015 5:00pm EDT
for a strong rally for shares in china. stocks closed more than 2% higher. the dow jones industrial average was up about 370 points for the day. >>> the pandemonium over the remaining giant baby panda continues at the national zoo. keepers say the newborn panda cub is healthy and nursing throughout the night after sadly its smaller twin died. >> this is great news for the other panda cub. this is new video released hours ago it. shows mei xiang taking care of her baby just like any mommy would. you can even hear the little cub making noises perhaps testing out his vocal chords. he's growing more fur and getting a bit more plump. tomorrow the zoo will announce the cub's gender and which panda is the cub's daddy. >> the baby panda daddy, all right. >>> we are just getting started on wusa9 news at 5:00, to some serious stuff here, a maryland woman found dead in her home with her infant right next to her. scott broom has new information on this heartbreaking death investigation. that's coming at 5:30. >> who is up and down, the potential shakeup in the presidential campaign. we're track
CBS
Sep 30, 2014 5:00pm EDT
unless china gives in or hong kong's leader gives up, the standoff will only get bigger. tina krause, cbs news. >> when china took control in 1997, it promised to allow residents liberties not seen in china. >>> the world lost 50% of its biodiversity. that's according to a new report. that means that there are half as many animals on the planet as there were 40 years ago. and here's another troubling part of that report. the global human population already exceeds our planet's biocapacity. >>> coming up, breast cancer awareness. one local hospital is working to screen as many women as possible. find out how you can take advantage of this life saving procedure. >> trending now h why tracy morgan is partly to blame for his own injuries. the nfl's response to a player penalized for an end zone prayer and why a couple decided to leave a massive tip for lousy service. in fairfax county we had to cut a lot of waste. we consolidated offices. started sharing printers. we can walk a few feet. replaced computers, but kept the monitors. they still work fine. we even discovered that the phone co
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Nov 11, 2014 5:00pm EST
briefly with russian president vladimir putin during the apec conference in china. the two leaders spoke for three times for about 15 to 20 minutes about iran, syria, and ukraine. president obama and putin's relationship has been more strained than normal since the u.s. imposed sanctions against putin's inner circle. a result of the russian actions in ukraine. >> and we are just getting started on wusa9 news at 5:00. a local school district decides to remove all religious references, including christmas from its calendar. the controversial decision coming up at 5:30. >> plus, that same blast of arctic air heading our way causes snowy chaos on its journey east. we'll show you incredible video coming up. >> and this maryland mom of six has a lot to be grateful for this veteran's day. her war story when we return. >>> and we have redskins in the house. davis are here. they are working with our incredible volunteers with uso turkeys for troops phone bank is up and running. if you want to show your gratitude to our service members, donate just $50 to feed military families this thanksgiving a
CBS
Jun 4, 2015 5:00pm EDT
is simply heartbreaking. >>> the death toll at 75 in that capsized china cruise ship disaster. >> rescuers spent the night cutting into the hull of the cruise boat. crews worried puncturing the boat would release air that kept it afloat. >>> remember the scene last april in baltimore? part of east 26th street collapsed on camera pulling cars down with it. today that street reopened. luckily no one was hurt. no homes were damaged. repairs to the retaining wall that was holding the street over the track below cost more than $12 million. >>> with hurricane season underway pepco wants you to know it's ready for disaster. >> crews worked on how to respond if a tree comes down on live power lines. most folks just care about getting their lights back on, but it's not that simple for the linesmen in the field. >> the time that it takes to make the job safe is the most important time that we do because it's very important to cover this aspect of the job. we want everything safe, everything deenergized to get the power back on safely. >> now despite a prediction for a slower than averag
CBS
Aug 25, 2015 5:00pm EDT
some overseas investors. asian markets took a beating and in china, the shanghai stock index fell and a leading index in japan was down. >>> the public service commission has denied the merger application. the $6.9 billion merger would have led to rate hikes and other problems. >> i'm just happy for the people in the district of columbia. the real beneficiaries would have been the officers and the shareholders. the people who would have been harmed were the rate payers and the people of the district of columbia. >> they had planned to set aside $100 million to give customers a $50 credit. it also intended to cover the cost of setting up an energy efficiency program for low income customers. >>> slashed tires and busted windows. that's what some north potomac car owners faced. vandals in the community overnight. if you know anything, please call police. >>> today a judge sentenced a former bank manager to nine years in prison for her role in an armored truck robbery. the 15-year-old was the branch manager in high i can't sayville. the defendant along with a bank security guard and four
CBS
Jun 23, 2017 5:00pm EDT
the leesburg man arrested for spying for china and lying to u.s. officials. he was coming back from shanghai when customs flagged kevin malorie when he didn't claim the $16,000 he had in his bags. that prompted an fbi investigation. and he was arrested and charged yesterday. wusa 9's ilian diaz is live now. >> reporter: naturally he's the talk of the town, and just about everyone in this town does know who kevin mallory is. i kept asking them why? they all said he seemed to be an interesting quirky man but everyone says they never imagined he was something like this. >> i'm on the treadmill. i'm almost done. so i'm checking. and i'm like a guy in leesburg. i'm thinking this guy. >> this guy is kevin mallory. >> he had had a unique presence i guess. >> most just no kevin as that guy at the gym. >> he was always a spotlight. he was always doing something different. he was a little off. but i mean i always wondered if he had a job. >> it turns out he does. on paper kevin mallory is an exgovernment worker turned consultant who works from home. he speaked chinese, is married and has thre
CBS
Sep 24, 2015 5:00pm EDT
leading the field. >>> the president of china is here in washington. xi jinping arrived and is scheduled to have an informal dinner with president obama. this meeting comes around growing tensions as the white house accuses china of cyber espionage and the chinese claim the u.s. is interfering in its affairs. >>> president obama continues his meetings with world leaders on monday. he'll speak with russian president putin on the sidelines of the u.n. general assembly, the first meeting in nearly a year between these two leaders. they disagree on much, particularly syria and ukraine and it's really strained the relationsship between the u.s. and russia. >>> coming up straight ahead pope francis continues to be a hot topic on social media. >> the bakery in new york serves up some holy treats for the pontiff's visit. >> we did not get a break on the pollen today. trees and grasses are now moderate. weeds are back in the low range, mold spores off the charts in the high range. this is always available on our app. go to the app store and search for wusa9. we'll come back and talk about the uns
CBS
Jul 18, 2014 5:00pm EDT
storms ever to hit china's coast left at least one person dead. the supertyphoon packed winds up to 134 miles an hour, the same storm blamed for at least 38 depths earlier this week in the philippines. it was upgraded this morning to a supertie football. more than 70,000 people -- supertyphoon. more than 70,000 people in china have been forced to evacuate their homes. >>> people living in central washington state have been told to get out quickly because that fire is getting closer to the community of leavenworth. the fire sent a light dusting of ash over at nearby village. smoke could be seen for miles around. >>> there are new concerns tonight about the threat of damaging earthquakes in parts of the east and central u.s., according to a u.s. geological survey report. it finds parts of 16 states have the highest risk of earthquakes and they include south carolina, kentucky, illinois and tennessee. scientists say they learned a lot from the 5.8 magnitude quake that rattled the mid- atlantic and the northeast back in 2011. >>> montgomery county police are asking for your help finding a m
CBS
Dec 20, 2016 5:00pm EST
recent comments on china and his questioning of a long standing u.s. policy that taiwan is a part of china. >>> trending now. six new musical acts are on their way to rock and roll royalty. >> the staggering, staggering dinner tab thatla nded in the lap of an nfl rookie. >> they keep doing this. >>> a new messaging option for facebook users. topper. >>> maybe not quite as cold as last night. we're splicing hairs here. 24 in fairfax. 19 in leesburg. 25 in wood bridge for lows. how well the temps respond tomorrow as winter rolls in. we'll look ahead to travel thursday and friday. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we're offering incredibly fast 150 meg internet, just in time for the holidays. hurry, freddy, you're gonna miss it! coming. i can't believe he is doing this. it's so fast that in the 3.7 seconds it takes gary watson to beat the local sled jump record, held by gary watson... fly, gary, fly. ...his friend can download 13 different versions of the perfect song... ...his sister can
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Jul 4, 2017 5:00pm EDT
capable of entering the united states. >> the u.s. has warned china they will act on its own. experts say a military strike would put south korea and others in danger. north korea is likely to come up at this week's annual summit of the g20 leaders in germany. president trump will meet with russian president vladimir sunday. the white house has been debating their eventually approach between the leaders, as the president expressed he was eager to meet with putin. many believe the u.s. need to maintain its distance from russia. >>> we're just getting started here on wusa9 at 5:00. keeping a local mascot off of a local water tower. >> it's an important day for pet owners. keeping their animals safe. why fireworks pose a risk. >> and howard is back with the forecast, and the unsettled weather that is headed this way. >> right after the break, more rescues on the billy goat trail. what happened today, and why the montgomery county path can be so dangerous. up n >>> an epidemic of hurt, and stranded hikers continues today on the billy goat trail. rescuers using everything from jet boats to the
CBS
Jan 9, 2014 5:00pm EST
think. >> surae chinn already heard from some of you. she took the wusa9 to the heart of china town to get your reaction to new redskins head coach jay gruden. >> reporter: anybody here a redskins fan? no? no! we've got to have some redskins fans here. redskins fans? >> no. >> yes. >> come on up. you're wearing the right color, burgundy. >> i don't know who the head coach is. is that announced today? i've been in meetings all morning. who is it? >> jay gruden. >> i like him because he is currently in the league. hopefully he'll have that dimension to bring the team together. >> all right. >> he's going to work with rg3 and work with the rest of the staff. he's a good coach, young man, fresh new blood. we need that. >> reporter: redskin fan? he's on the way. cowboys fan all the way. >> reporter: we need to get both of you up here. >> he took cincinnati to the playoffs. maybe he could get us back there next year. >> a new coach is not going to make the team. the coach isn't playing. >> hop on up. >> oh gosh. >> shanahan was a good guy. i'm kind of sorry he was gone, but this is a new
CBS
Jun 2, 2015 5:00pm EDT
missing after that cruise ship in china capsized during a violent storm. rescuers used hammers to tap on the hull of the ship to find victims crying for help. divers did pull out a few survivors this morning. several of the more than 450 passengers swam to shore to report the sinking. the ship's captain said a cyclone flipped the boat over. police reportedly arrested him and the chief engineer. >>> this is a yellow alert day. now here's wusa 9 first alert weather, dc's most accurate. >>> a water spout may have impacted that. >> that's one report. >> i don't know why he arrested them. maybe he shouldn't have been there. being in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> when you're the captain, and you survive, and people on the boat do not, people have questions about that. >> you remain there. >> that's true. didn't have time to do this yesterday. we'll talk about june, a great month, meteorological summer is the beginning. june 1st, marks the beginning of the month. 81 and 62. that's pretty nice. by the end of the month, it gets toasty, 87 and 70. average precipitation. it's not really
CBS
Aug 25, 2014 5:00pm EDT
right, we are going to show you this video that came out of china. it is unbelievable. this six-year-old playing in the middle of the street. oh my goodness. you see that and you go, what in the world? okay. it happened wednesday. the driver just kept going and the child hopped up and runs away. he got a few scrapes. he's fine. cops later tracked down the driver by the license plate and the driver told police that he did not see that child. >> how do you miss a little person like that? the fact he is alive -- >> not paying attention, clearly. >> he got so lucky. wow. so fortunate there. >> my goodness gracious. that's hard to watch. >> ate a little hard to watch. >> cool, warm day. we will heat up a little bit. and personally, sort of the unofficial end of summer. i like winds a little hot. let's start with a live look outside. it is gorgeous. we have temperatures in the low 80s. we have humidities in the 40s. that's a pretty sweet deal, believe me. winds out of the east at 8. headline, open the windows tonight, but maybe not too far because we are looking at mid 50s in the suburbs.
CBS
May 4, 2016 5:00pm EDT
, babies fear disease. at 9 months old, here's here to stay for a while at the zoo, he's returned to china when he turns 4. at the smiths sonian national zoo, surae chinn, wusa 9. >> he's got to take him in. >> one thing for sure, he's adorable. >> they are an endangered species. >> it is estimated that there are roughly 1800 of them left in the wild. >>> right now, donald trump says he'll start focusing on the attacks on hillary clinton. >>> and rushing to help victims after a hummer crashes into a silver diner and catches fire. >>> and we're learning prince called for help in treating his pal death. >>> john kasich formally suspended his campaign a short time ago. dropping out of the race, clearing the field for the presumptive nominee. this, after a wild 24 hours, which saw trump win in indiana. forcing his chief rival, ted cruz from the race. he joins us live with what is next. garrett, i understand you're at union station. >> yeah, bruce, we ran out here to get this live shot set up, just back in new york city and trump tower, where i can tell you, the trump campaign absolutely did no
CBS
May 8, 2017 5:00pm EDT
of interest. the denial falls his sisters visit to china this weekend. nicole meyer mentioned her brother as she pitched a real estate development project as a way for investors to qualify for u.s. visas. for $500,000, investors could get a path to american extension of the controversial program a day before the presentation. the company spokesperson apologized saying the mention of the kushner name is not an attempt to lure investors. >>> president obama is strongly defending his signature healthcare program, this is republicans were to repeal it. >> the former president spoke out about the issue last night in boston. >> i hope that current members of congress recall that it actually doesn't take a lot of courage to aid those that are already powerful, but it does require some courage to champion the vulnerable and the sick. >> president obama was in boston to receive the annual profile encourage award at the john f kennedy library. he made no print -- no mention of president trump during his comments. the house passed its version of a replacement bill last week. the senate will
CBS
Feb 23, 2017 5:00pm EST
cute. >>> some pretty amazing video now out of china. a drone around siberian tigers and it is used to keep e thanimals fit and they chase the drone. until now. one reached up and knocked it to the ground. another camera shows the tigers gathered around the downed device to get a closer look. they look like they are eating it. [ laughter ] >>> straight ahead, miracles and medicine working together to keep a girl alive. as we go all in on our heart love campaign. >>> mission accomp accomplished on the international space station. the arm snagged the shipment after an error forced engineers to aboard wednesday. the dragon isploded with 5500 pounds of supplies -- is loaded with 5500 pounds of supplies . they are expecting another shipment from russia tomorrow. >>> never giving up. imagine being ld old daughter will need to be placed in hospice care. that happened to lory after her daughter was born with a heart defect. peggy fox reports she is now a living example that miracles miracles and medicine can work together. >> reporter: she is nothing short of a miracle. from the looks of it sh
CBS
Jan 24, 2013 5:00pm EST
1-year- old not in a car seat. there's a lesson there. >> yes, there certainly is. >>> now to china where a giant sewer explosion rocks a neighborhood literally. surveillance camera installed on the residential buildings captured the underground blast yesterday. even with all the damage, nobody was hurt. >>> we hear a lot about bullying. here is a story of three tennessee teenagers doing what could only be described as the exact opposite. >> the three unionville community high seniors were nominated to be homecoming king, but they decided to give the crown to somebody else. the junior has william syndrome, a neurological syndrome. while it was special for scotty, it was really special for them too. >> every time we get together, we would say remember when he won homecoming king? we'll remember that and cherish that. >> it was a part of the emotion from everybody. i think that i showed scotty show a few tears. we were all emotional. it meant a lot to us. >> oh yeah. >> yes. >> reporter: he's been wearing the king medal that he won at school all this week and next year he'll crown the
CBS
Jun 12, 2017 5:00pm EDT
available online, for about $22, but they're made in china and they say the imager. so not really the same thing. >> got it. >>> censored in his high school t- shirt. he had a trump shirt on, and got permission from his parents. when he got the yearbook, he was surprised, because the picture had been photoshoped. it didn't look like that in the picture. that's what it looked like in the picture. the school superintendent says she was disturbed by the whole thing. it's not clear if it was done by another student or the company. >>> a 4-year-old houston boy died after swimming in a lake. >> a heartbreaking situation. many people had no idea this could happen, and of course as temperatures continue to rise, many of you will be spending more time by the water with your children. we put together a list of ways that you can prevent dry drowning. first, what is it? this happens when someone breathes water into lungs. when little ones struggle to swim or they get dunked in the water this can happen. >> signs you should watch out for, chest pain, and feeling extremely tired. if you notice a be
CBS
Aug 24, 2015 5:00pm EDT
fact all over the globe, all tied to worries about china where economy is growing. their stocks tumbled 8.5% in what some traders there dubbed black monday. >> it's the second largest economy in the world. from 2007 they were the life raft to the world economy. that trade is no longer there. >> here in this country losses from friday and today pulled u.s. markets in to bonafied correction territory. that's when the traders say markets lose 10% of their value or more. some traders say this is what they live for. this sort of drop they say represents a great opportunity to buy more stocks. >> if you can stomach it. >>> right now we're tracking heavy downpours in the area. first alert meteorologist howard bernstein is in the weather center. what are you seeing right now on first alert doppler? >> north and west of us we have quite a line of showers. not too much lightning. this is slowly moving east, only about 15, 20 miles per hour. we're getting heavy downpours from that. i want to take you to montgomery, frederick, carroll county. heavier cells here from clarksburg up toward hya
CBS
Dec 19, 2013 5:00pm EST
artists from china. >> reporter: santa and reindeer grab and hold your eyes tightly. >> i don't even know how they color it, but it's so cool. >> reporter: people wearing blue coats daily and nightly. will it ever stop after the new year? hop on the ice slide don't have no fear. >> if you go down the slide, you have to wear the coat of. >> reporter: the christmas tree is tall all ice and insane. >> we have a new york city cab. they can see themselves live on sometimes square. >> reporter: ice ice baby. if you are still watching and have not witnessed the end of my career, this is the slide here. certainly they've got millions of pounds of ice going through. we're just in one room. there's 15,000 square feet of this. what do you think if i've not already embarrassed myself too much? do you think i should go down that slide? >> go. >> reporter: tweet me. >> let's see you do it. you might as well. >> all she needed was a beat underneath and i think vanilla ice is calling. >> reporter: tweet me. >> i like how you committed all the way to the end, though. >> reporter: that's right. when y
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Nov 28, 2016 5:00pm EST
make money the people that have come into our home. i've had white, south africa, china, australia, all over the world. >> jade moore's home is already booked for the inauguration. >> i have broken a lot of barriers. >> she's never dealt with two sets of people who are political opposites. she's renting rooming to donald trump supporters and protesters at the same time. that was a dilemma. >> should i republican cancel them, cancel one? then i thought about it and for. >> she decided all 10 renters could stay under the same roof. >> i'm here to bring people together and break barriers so people see that politics should not separate us. >> inauguration listings like hers are filling the pages of air b and b and other rental sights. >> beautiful light filled home, a corner house a mile and a house from the inauguration. >> grayson is listing his home for a cause. >> i lived with guys coming out hill rental will go to changing perceptions, a non-profit that helps former inmates get back on their feet. >> i heard about all of these places that were putting their places up for $1,500 to
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Jun 3, 2016 5:00pm EDT
. delays. china has better metro system than the u.s. capital. >> reporter: supposed to make things better but comes with pain. >> a big problem. >> reporter: home depo cashier is trying to figure out he is getting home from this store. this is unlikely to get him to the rail station before metro starts e closures. >> it is very difficult and it's going to be midnight and its going to rain. >> reporter: you are have to wait 18 minutes for an orange or silver line train, from east falls church to the west. at rush hour the trains that do come are likely to be tough to get on. arlington fairfax, just about every other just diction adding extra bus -- jurisdiction adding extra buses. they are scrambling to finish a bike share stand. if people abandon metro and climb in their cars alone to get to work. traffic is all but send to be a mess. >> the you have other options, please use them. if it's terrible, get off and do something else. >> i could. we will see how that whose. if i see you here monday, i may have a different story. >> that employers to let workers shift scheduling and work from h
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May 31, 2017 5:00pm EDT
maybe $10 or more, and hours go for $7 or less. >> most the stuff you buy is made in china. this is made in manassas. pretty cool. >> peggy fox, wusa 9. >>> the boys sell that local community events, and their parents they one of their rules is that 10 percent of what they earn has to go to charity. start them young. >>> we are just getting started here on wusa 9. strong reaction and followed after kathy griffin's photo shoot here with president trump's head. >>> new details on the inst >>> the latest on this evening storms, and a look at your weekend forecast. >>> and next stop, the son. nasa unveils its newest red-hot mission. >>> former president barack obama and his family. the obama's bought a house. a social person says the purchase makes sense. the obama's will be in town for another two and half years well their youngest daughter finishes school. property records show the eight bedroom, nine and a half bath home sold for $8.1 million. >>> look who's back. just in time to bring us another weather warning. >>> new warnings for montgomery county. maybe not quite as strong, but
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Apr 11, 2016 5:00pm EDT
accident. >>> investigators try to determine whether u.s. naval officer was spying for china. among other things,, edward lynn is charged with five counts of espionage and worked on a reconnaissance aircraft that gave him eavesdropping operations. the pentagon said it could help adversaries develop countermeasures. >>> the rail station might soon be getting a secondary name. >> staffers recommend they add national mall to the smithsonian station. there was a proposal to add gw you to the foggy bottom station but metro decided not to recommend that because a majority of riders prefer the current name. >>> we're just getting started. strong words from virginia governor terry mcauliffe on the electric chair. his plan on the death penalty in just a >>> he's getting the votes and has the delegates. why is donald trump so worried about capturing the gop presidential nomination? we will tell you, ahead. >>> new concern in the u.s. over the zika virus. >>> after the break, a hamburger busted >>> caught on camera, a hungry burglar treating himself to greasy food inside a dc five guys. this i
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Feb 22, 2016 5:00pm EST
the flooring was made in china and exceeded safety limits for formaldehyde. >>> jerry seinfeld is selling off his vintage sports car collection. the comedian and producer will put 16 of his rare cars on the auction block. is that he never considered himself a collector and is selling the cars so you can and join them. how much are they worth? just $32 million. >> he has enough money, maybe he will get a deal, who knows? >>> straight ahead, by the washington monument is closed on our first presidents birthday. >>> a warning tonight about a popular buying and selling app after bad guys alge >>> but after the break, children are help to blow the sexual abuse whistle. >>> they are so cute. these little gu i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100
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Jan 1, 2015 5:00pm EST
lt. find new roads at your local chevy dealer. >>> new year's celebrations turned tragic in china when 36 people died in a stampede. another 43 were injured. officials don't know what triggered the panic. they since dismissed accounts it may have started over a dash for fake money. >>> a woman waiting to watch fireworks at a theme park on new year's eve is recovering tonight after being mysteriously shot in the leg. it happened last night at tampa, florida's busch gardens. kalen jacobs felt a sudden pain in her leg just before midnight. police believe she is a victim of celebratory gunfire from outside the park. >>> an arctic blast sent temperatures plunging in several states and in several areas d shaban is in pasadena, california, with the latest. >> reporter: tens of thousands endured freezing temperatures at the annual tournament of roses parade. temperatures fell to 36 degrees, making this year's parade one of the coldest in its 126 year history. what did you think about the temperatures? >> it was perfect. >> reporter: 85-year-old pat alazar bundled up. g the parade route ev
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Jul 17, 2015 5:00pm EDT
bailout plan. >>> meantime in eastern china firefighters have finally gotten ahold of the blaze at a petrochemical plant as those flames came into contact with highly flammable chemicals which caused several explosions. more than 900 firefighters worked to put out the fire. authorities say that fire was caused by leaking liquefied hydrocarbon. >>> muslims all over the world are celebrating a three-day celebration marking the end of the holy month of ramadan. in iraq police searched worshipers arrived for prayers at dawn this morning because of increased violence there. the holiday marks the beginning of the 10th month of the lunar islamic calendar. >>> sometimes you have to make a big splash to get your students to pay attention in science class. >> some local teachers have learned it's not bad to have a catapult either. mike hydek shows us how science lessons can soar in his stem is cool in school report. >> reporter: are you ready? go! >> 16-foot 8-inch. >> reporter: it looks like a water balloon fight, but you're really watching mass spectrometry. >> the technique that we have use
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Sep 28, 2015 5:00pm EDT
china's economy. the dow tumbled 312 points. the nasdaq fell 142 points. >>> the district's a.g. says it will join 28 states in a joint consumer protection investigation into volkswagen. the german automaker is in the center of an emissions cheating scandal that involves nearly 11 million volkswagen and audi german newspapers report volkswagen's top executive knew about those air emission secret software eight years ago. the vehicles in question involve the 2009 through 2015 model years. >>> samsung launches its new mobile payment system today. samsung pay will compete with apple pay and android pay. this system will work at about 90% of retailers which it claims gives it a significant advantage over the competition. >>> pope francis was hailed as a rock star while he was here in the u.s. and now the pontiff plans to release his own rock album on itunes i mean because he hasn't done enough already. his wake-up recordings will include tracks ranging from pop to rap to latin. of course, there's got to be some latin in there. the music will be merged with some of the holy father's speech
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Aug 27, 2014 5:00pm EDT
williams at the governor's mansion when the mcdonnells were away in china. at 6:00 i'll tell you what maureen mcdonnell's defense team said about that rolex watch that we have not heard before. i'm peggy fox reporting live in richmond. >>> joining us now with more insight into the mcdonnells' trial is white collar defense attorney matt kaiser with the kaiser law firm and whoa, matt, more testimony about the troubles in the mcdonnell marriage, this time from their daughter jeanine referring to her mother as having depression, also saying her mom had a mild obsession with jonnie williams. how did she help the defense? >> that's exactly right. i think the defense is trying to build up the story about the marriage being in trouble. she talked about the depression, the obsession. she talked about an event before the indictment came down where her mom was sitting in a room alone watching tv and she went to her father. he was obsessing i don't know how to make her happy anymore clearly indicating there was some problems in that relationship. those problems came well before this case even sta
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Sep 3, 2015 5:00pm EDT
. >>> china is collecting their military muscles, conducting exercises in the waters off the alaskan coast. and that it is the exercise that they would come around to march through the center of beijing as they mark their 70th anniversary at the end of world war ii. they also announced that they would reduce the country's military personnel by 300,000 soldiers. >>> cbs says that banning the sale of tobacco has helped curb smoking. a new study by the drugstore would find them in 13 states while 1% fewer packs of cigarettes in the eight months after they stopped selling tobacco. >>> and always watching, always tracking. wusa9's first alert weather. and dc's most accurate. >>> we have reason to be dramatic with a severe thunderstorm warning for prince george's county and the district until 6:00. >> wow. >> central prince george's county, not north. a live look outside, it is very, very hot and humid inside the district. we've had a couple of showers to the south here northwest. temperatures are 84. so the temperatures have finally dropped at national, which makes sense because they have
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Jan 20, 2016 5:00pm EST
supply is up and global demand is down. analysts say countries like china are consuming less oil. the dow fell 243 points, or make that 248 points, by the closing bell. >>> it has been more than 30 years, now, since jc penney was selling home appliances. and now, it is going to do it again. the retailer will carry washing machines and refrigerators in 22 locations. you see, penny wants to boost sales and attract buyers from its rival sears which is the top appliance retailer right now in the country. >>> netflix plans to hike the price on grandfathered subscribers pretty soon. in a letter to investors, the company says it will increase the price of those standard streaming plans, by $2. so those users will pay the same price as current customers. that is $9.99 a month. why don't they just round it up to $10. >> i don't know. easier for them somehow. not easier for us. >>> schools sick-out. and classes canceled in detroit as teachers are trying to prove a point. >> the annual snowball fight is on. organizers say they are looking to help the community out this time around. >> and right
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Jan 6, 2016 5:00pm EST
china, one of north korea's few allies. >> diplomats here at the united nations quickly scheduled an emergency closed door meeting to discuss the development. >> the members of the security council strongly condemn the test. which is a clear violation of security council resolution. >> japan mobilized reconnaissance planes to collect air samples to test for radiation. analysts say if north korea's claims are true, it could be a game changer in the arms race. >> if they are on the verge of militarization, that means they are very close to put it on a war head and potentially deploy it well beyond the korean peninsula. >> this is north korean's fourth claim of a nuclear test. >> and these new sanctions
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Jan 20, 2017 5:00pm EST
actually we didn't really get it until we got close to china town in the area wheres the protests were starting up and some of the barricades were just beginning to form. that seems like so long ago now. we thought then there would be contained and not quite as large as they are now. though as we heard, police anticipated this. they knew that all of these permits had been issued. they knew there was a possibility that this could become voluminous. they have been ready for it. it's just this interesting contrast of the day. you have the pageantry that we see here and then we have the real world stuff that's playing out on the streets not too >> have we heard how many numbers about how many people have turned out? >> the park service doesn't like to make those estimates because they get so politicized. we haven't heard anything at this point. perhaps later on tonight or tomorrow. we're going to check in real quick with peggy fox along the parade route. the meat of the parade is starting to come through and people are starting to check it out. hey, peggy. >> reporter: hey, yeah. it's
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Mar 9, 2016 5:00pm EST
trump wins, his hair piece would need to apply for u.s. residency. because it was made in china. >> once you start hitting the hair. >> that's kind of low. >> just goes downhill. >> something kids are taking stock of. a third grader in north carolina has choice road words for trump as well. >> it has gone viral for being a lesson in leadership and love. jackson said he's read a lot of articles about trump and has seen him on tv and wrote, quote. i think you've been very rude to many people. do you ever feel sorry about the things that you say that are hurtful to others? i have never heard you apologize. well, jackson pleaded with trump to start thinking about the children in this country. we may not be able to vote yet. but we other future. i will be -- eye will choose to be a better person than what you have been teaching to be. if you'd like to read jackson's full letter, it's posted wusa 9news app. >>> what are the top stories on wusa 9 app? a new report showing it pays to get a higher education. >> you may have known this already. but glass door.com is out with this list of
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Dec 12, 2016 5:00pm EST
trump said he expects to make public his choice of the cabinet post later this week. >>> china criticized the president-elect over comments he made about the one policy. that acknowledges china as sovereign over taiwan and chinese foreign minister department says without one china there's no relationship between the two countries. china express concern about china's one -- trumps one china belief when he took a phone call from the taiwanese president. >>> a recount effort hit a roadblock in pennsylvania. the judge rejected jill to rec ballots. stein wants officials to look for signs of hacking. donald trump be a hillary clinton in pennsylvania by 44,000 votes out of the 6 million that were cast. the judges stop the recount in michigan. in wisconsin the recount effort is done. clinton picked up 25 votes. trump won the state by 22,000 votes. >>> astounding numbers released by the mgm today about the opening of their new hotel and casino resort at the harbor. mgm reports it hosted more than 100,000 visitors on the opening weekend through sunday night. >> and more to come as the fi
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Jun 27, 2017 5:00pm EDT
prosecution. china on the other hand, was demoded to the lowest ranking over its human trafficking record, on par with north korea. >> responsible nations also must take further action. china was downgraded to tier 3 status in this year's report, in part, because it has not taken serious steps to end its own complicit in trafficking, including forced labors from north korea that are located in china. >> ending trafficking is a major foreign policy priority >>> coming up, how highway workers rescued that cute little bab a members of the maryland highway association. they got called out to remove a deer carcass in gaithersburg. that's when they found this guy. this little fawn. fearful they might dart back into traffic, the highway workers took into the small animal, and they took care of it. they located it to a wildlife rehabilitation facility in howard county where the little one will be cared for until it can be safely released back into the wild. >> i want that little deer. >>> now to a story we've been looking so forward to sharing with you. it's a story about timing. it all st
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Jul 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
shoot. it happened at a high rise apartment in china town. how the heck did this dude get there in the first place and how did the crews get him out? janice parks is going to show us. >> above the city street in china town early sunday morning a fan finds--man finds himself in a confined nightmare. what were the circumstances that led to the man falling into the trash shoot? let's find out. this is the trash shoot he fell into on the third floor just a few feet from the ground and an active trash compactor down below. he was trying to fish out his girlfriend's cell phone. he wasn't seriously hurt because he fell on his feet from the third floor to the second 10 to 12 feet total. >> there are situations where we have to act as fast as we possibly uses air to blow to him and send a harness down to get him out. >> this prevents it from being able to unlock. >> but in that situation i think the trickiest was trying to coach someone through from a few floors above without being able to put your eyes on the person. >> while this man wasn't injured others 45 miles away in baltimore weren'
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Jun 2, 2017 5:00pm EDT
talking tonight. and we plan to hear from voices on both sides of the issue. we start with china. the biggest polluter on the planet. calling the u.s. withdraw wreckless. but the president's team is defending the move the country. >> the president made a very courageous decision yesterday on behalf of america. he put america's interest first with respect to environmental agreements. >> what donald trump is doing is serving the polluters. and serving a narrow group of ideological interests. that's not leadership. >> it takes four years to officially withdraw totally from the agreement. and many state governors and mayors say they're going to still do their part to fight for the environment. anger over president donald trump's decision to pull out of the climate change agreement fueled a protest in virginia against two gas fracking pipelines that are planned. peggy fox is in richmond where appalachian trail hikers are also angry with the governor. >> stop the pipeline, protect our trail. >> marching next to the state capitol, a few dozen appalachian trail hikers in full backpack care he
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Oct 29, 2015 5:00pm EDT
faceless. >>> china is dropping its policy of one child per couple. the restriction was first implemented in 1980 to slow the population growth. but in recent years the policy was gradually relaxed as china deals with an aging population. china's ruling communist leaders decided that couples will now be allow today have to children. state media say that the proposal still needs approval of china's top legislature. >>> there are some new tough dogs among maryland's finest. >>> eight canines graduated today from a 14-week training program. one of the largest in the history of the program. and the dogs duties, they will include pair patrol work and drug interdiction and protection. >> i'm extremely proud to have these dogs in our unit. and these dogs will be extremely necessary capabilities of the future for the protection of the citizens of maryland. >> and all eight-- eight dog wills be signed across the state in operation for more than 50 years. >>> trending now, halloween costumes and contests for pets. >>> and right after the break, a religious debate hits the classroom. what a little g
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Nov 30, 2016 5:00pm EST
-year-old boy from china 2 years now. now he's put his mind to work on how adopt a new brother. his story. >> we need this too. >> this lesson is being played out across thousands of homes this holiday season. >> there you go. just pack it down as tight as you can. >> a mom teach to bake cookies. >> brown sugar, milk and vanilla. >> these cookies are not your typical christmas treats. they have extra love baked into every bite. >> i'm trying to do something to get my brother. >> so there's a little boy in china who is almost 5 so he'll be the same age as nick was when he came home. >> two years ago they traveled to china adopt isaac. a special needs child with spine that bifida. >> he wanted to try to enter to wise the prize money for a baking show on tv to win the prize money to adopt his brother. >> it's on his heart and it toughed me. i said let's make cookies and see if you can sell cookies and he thought that was a great idea. >> of course any successful businessman knows that you need to advertise. >> he and ie doing. we posted it to our neighborhood facebook site. >> and the
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Aug 11, 2017 5:00pm EDT
because it can blind you. >>> trump is asking china's president to step in. he's threatened a trade war if they don't help. >> if china helps us, i feel a lot differently towards trade. >> yesterday the u.s. navy sailed a destroyer through contested waters in the south china sea, 12 miles off the shore of one of the islands china claims as its territory. china released this statement ad china is very displeased. >>> nuclear fallout shelters used to be everywhere, everyone was encouraged to build them, but they're kind of hard to find now. >> the chance of your being hurt by anatomic bomb is slight. >> signs like these used to point the way to fallout shelters in the case of a nuclear attack. >> since there is a chance, you must know how to protect yourself. >> the problem is, they were probably useless. >> i don't think had the united states and the soviet unionon shelters in washington, d.c. would have been useful. i really don't think so. >> a shelter in the basement of adam morgan school was recently recovered. others were discovered in apartment complexes, homes and churches. hundre
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Feb 21, 2017 5:00pm EST
have time. >>> lucky students from prince george's county will spend next four months in china. why they're leaving and their emotional good-bye coming up. >> they're not on the panda flight, are they? >> no. >>> president trump doing avebeethg critics h en demandingor f months. >>>er aft the break, ridership is down. the boss isn't sure what to do about it. more on metro's money situation up next. prodders, shuckersers, and sniffers, [ inhales ] all giant produce is triple checked. farm, crate, and store. we're focusing on fresh... ...so you don't have to guess. my giant. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. in the last 10 years, we have received 6 times more awards than cable, including the jd power award for highest customer satisfaction for the fourth year in a row. get this amazing offer: 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just $79.99 per month for the first year. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good, only fio
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Aug 6, 2014 5:00pm EDT
countries like china is if you don't go overseas, you're not going to get arrested. >> reporter: lewis expects to see more large-scale data breaches, but says only a small fraction of those with stolen information will lose money as a result. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >> this is a good reminder for awfully us to protect our information and the best way to do it is to change your pos word and make it more -- password and make it more complicated and avoid those sketchy websites. >>> the thing about the password, you make them too complicated, then you forget what they are. >> you have to figure out where did i put that? i forgot the place where i put the password. >> and you write them down, you lose them. you put them in the computer, you're right back where you started. >> when you write them down, you have to put them in a specstart winding down? >> probably 9:00 north of town and maybe 10:00, 11:00 south of town. nothing severe but heavy downpours west. let's start with a live look outside. our live weather cam. still pretty quiet downtown. temperature wise, the clouds
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Jun 15, 2016 5:00pm EDT
from china. >> the person who died was a chinese citizen. 13 people were taken from local area hospitals. two people are still in critical condition. the u.s. park police are investigating. they have not said what caused the wreck, nor which vehicle crossed the center line. >> there are areas where if you're not paying attention, you know, that could happen. >> reporter: bus drivers who work the mount vernon circuit, say maneuvering the gw parkway, requires extra care. >> this corridor between mount vernon and washington, d.c., is really tough for buses to get through. it's a tight area, with traffic going north and south. the buses have to stay in their lane. >> there were 17 chinese citizens who were on that bus. and we know that a representative from the embassy of china visited the injured at a nova fairfax hospital today. we're also told the state department is helping those people get in touch with those. reporting live, peggy fox, wusa 9. >>> a noontime shooting lands a young man in the hospital. >> police responding to the 2600 block of stanton road, around 11:35 this m
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Jun 20, 2016 5:00pm EDT
the george washington parkway last week. she's a 62-year-old woman from china. two others are in critical condition. 18 visitors from china were on that bus when it collided with a car near george washington's mount vernon home. the bus and tend to others injured on the bus. >>> crews were called in to repair a water main break in prince george's county. sky 9 was on the scene around 6:30 this morning. swan creek road had to be shut down in both directions while repair crews worked to fix that break. >>> we are just getting started on 9 news at 5:00. neighbors remember a woman who asked the courts to protect her from her ex. that story coming up at 5:30. >>> one of our area's most iconic bridges is in danger of being closed down if costly repairs are not completed soon. >>> and more on the big storms headed our way tomorrow and rest of your workweek forecast. >>> right after the break, frightening moments for an 11-year-old groped at a store . >>>'k a man who fairfax policy inappropriately touched a girl in a target store is still on the run. >> it happened saturday evening in
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Feb 8, 2016 5:00pm EST
pandas. charlene johnson visits the bears daily and has traveled to china two dozen times to see bei bei's older brother, who left dc in 2010. for someone who takes pictures of pandas, charlene knew she had captured something special today. >> she helped him along. i've never seen that. >>reporter: behind the scenes with bei bei and family of the national zoo, usa -- wusa9. >> greatest moment. bei bei ways 28 pounds and is on loan to the national zoo until he is four years old and then he goes back to china. tien tien, the father, does not have contact with his offspring. there is great video of mama, mei xiang, rescuing bei bei after he got stuck in the tree. you can check this out all day long, to your hearts content. >>> working long days is part of life. >> a lot of dogs i stuck at home . check this out. a dog walking app called waguespack with the push of a button you can hire a dog walker to come to your home. it will cost $10 for a quick potty break or $30 for a one hour, deluxe walk. >> you can follow them on gps and it tells you what happened during the walk. >> you can wago
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Dec 29, 2016 5:00pm EST
michael's death. >>> don't look down, here's the scariest bridge. today in china actually they opened the world's highest bridge. it's 1900 feet in the air. almost a half mile, right. it's the equivalent of a 200 story building. it links two cities in eastern china and took 3 years and $150 million to complete construction. no thank you. >> no. >> i agree. >> no way. >> even the video is even of making me sick. >> wouldn't want to take a trip there. >> yep. especially if it's windy. >> right. >> a gust of wind comes. >> i don't know >>> you've been feeling this wind outside. >> yeah, you guys make me stand out there to tell you how windy it is. >> for the record it's not us. >> you mised the missed the moments when my hair goes. somehow on camera it calms down. over night it picked up and will really pick up tomorrow as well. let's talk about what we are expecting over the next few days. it's going to be cold. blustery on friday. melting snow showers and some of those snow showers might come over 81 and you might see some flurries. i'm not talking about any accumulation, no problems. more
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