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Aug 25, 2015 6:00am EDT
update in ten minutes. over you to. >>> -- over to you. >>> china's main market plunged for a fourth straight day one day after stocks suffered the biggest tumble in eight years. the massive selloff was triggered by fears of an economic slowdown in the country. the turbulence in asia has sent financial markets around the world into a tailspin. the dow plunged more than a thousand points in the first few minutes of trading yesterday. then briefly rallied back before closing the day down 588 points. some analysts say instead of being concerned, investors should focus on diversifying. >> if you're approaching retirement and you've got 80% of your money in stocks then your port knoll crow is upside down. -- portfolio is upside down. if you're 26, this is a speed bump. it means nothing. keep pouring money into the market. >> most markets around the world did close higher this morning so that's some good news. to help stabilize global markets overall, the obama administration has called on china to move toward a more market determined exchange rate. the issue is expected to be raised when
CBS
Aug 24, 2015 6:00am EDT
morning concerns are growing that china's economic slow down could signal global economic trouble. overnight sequestration european stocks continued to plummet. today's sell off, overseas, follows last week's wall street tumble. on friday the dow lost 530 points. it was the worst session in four years. it also marked the end of the work week on wall street in four years. china's economic problems hurt u.s. companies like apple and wal-mart, who have counted on chinese demand to drive growth in recent years. some say investors shouldn't be too concerned. >> reporter: this is a normal part of markets, really. they usually occur every year or so. we have been long overdue, more than four years since the last correction. one thing you should remember if you are putting money your retirement plan, the good news is you are buying shares cheaper. so stick to that game plan. >>> one upside to the down market, analysts say it is now less likely the u.s. central bank will raise interest rates next month. the last time the fed raised interest rates was in 2006. >>> the pentagon says it is tr
CBS
Jan 25, 2016 6:00am EST
, blizzard reports from fairfax county and the district. >>> we will tell you why southern china is under the se >>> welcome back. a live look at the capitol, and what a beautiful sunrise over washington, dc. again it's cold this morning. 19degrees. we are tracking road conditions and we will have the latest coming up, but first -- ♪ [music] ♪ ♪ and now we're not. i wish you would tell me why, do you wanna build a snow fisherman -- snowman? it doesn't have to be a snowman ♪ >> that may drive some parents crazy if you have heard it 2 million times in your own house. that's the dc police user blasting that. it's from the movie "frozen." aaron davis took this, and it was buzzing during the blizzard. >> "frozen" sort of at the box office, but the remnant did the best at the blizzard-ravaged box office this end. it took in $60 million in its third week of wide release. >>> the great white way was back in business on sunday after going dark during the business. broadway was buried under 26 inches of snow on saturday. >>> china issued its second highest weather alert. snow fell in southern c
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Dec 28, 2015 6:00am EST
. >>> china is just days away from ending a major policy that shaped the population of its country for decades. >> chicago is trying to contain yet another crisis within its police department. wake up washington is back right after this. >>> we took the kids down to the national mall. decided we wanted to spend some time near the washington monument. this must be the windiest place in all of the city because we had no jackets on and we were walking and just fine and you get up to the monument -- >>it's like a wind tunnel like being in chicago. >> it's going to be breezy again today and breezy tomorrow and this upcoming weekend it's going to be pretty blustery. >> finally december. >> finally. we don't get to more typical weather for this time of year and it will be cold today but the average highs don't return till the new year but it does come with sunshine. we've been missing that ample blue sky that we enjoy. brings a little bit after smile to your face. it is cloudy and cool and it is going to be breezy again. 46 degrees. temperatures have plummeted since midnight and they're going
CBS
Dec 21, 2015 6:00am EST
landslide in china. dozens of buildings came crashing down around an industrial park in southern china near shenzhen, a major manufacturing center across the boarder from hong kong. >>> -- border from hong kong. >>> a bomb square aboard an air france flight is raising security concerns this morning. the fake device looked real enough to prompt the plane's crew to make an emergency landing in ken yacht the fake bomb was inside -- kenya. the fake bomb was inside a bathroom made of cardboard paper and had a timer. >>> an earthquake over the summer in canada was caused by fracking. that's the latest word from british columbia's regulator. 4.6 magnitude quake in august is the largest fracking induced seismic activity ever reported. the epicenter was close to a fracking site operated by canadian energy company. the quake prompted the company to temporarily halt operations. >>> lions in part of africa will soon be lifted as an endangered species. the obama administration plans to announce that plan today. it comes five months after a lion named cecil was shot and killed in sip zimbabwe about
CBS
Jan 13, 2016 6:00am EST
e level it's been in 12 -- lowest level it's been in 12 years. >>> starbucks expects china to eventually overtake the united states as the coffee chain's largest market. starbucks says it will be adding 1400 new shops in china. >>> residents after central new york village want to keep their logo even though it's been called racist and offensive. >> the whitesboro village logo shows a white man, the town's founder choking a native american. residents voted 157-55 monday to save the seal. >> to the people that lived there all their life, it's history. it's a friendly wrestling match with the indian chief at the time. >> a spokesman for the indian nation of central new york says the symbol is inappropriate and it should go. >>> alert is a good word because that's exactly how you will feel when you stepout side this morning. >> a windchill alert. we don't have dangerous windchills but uncomfortable windchills. >> it's really cold. >> if you're not dressed for it it with windchills in the single digits and teens, you're not going to be a happy camper this morning. you might not be
CBS
Aug 21, 2013 6:00am EDT
, how about free pie today? i'll tell you, a group called pie it forward will be at china town metro at 6:00 giving away pie and on saturday 50th anniversary of the march on washington. they are encouraging others to be kind and share. get out there and get free pies and be kind. "fox 5 morning news" back after this.  >> our facebook fan of the day turns "fox 5 morning news" and feels like we are part of her family. like our facebook page and post a comment below tawana's picture. that does it for our 6:00 news hour, now we turn it over to wisd wisdom. >> gun fire rings out in a georgia elementary school. >> we'll take a look at how security is being stepped up in local schools. >> shooting someone because they were bored, teenagers accused of killing a college student just because. >> average joe. average day. >> a plumber and an angel, how a plumber and dr. oz helped save a woman's life. "fox 5 morning news" at 7:00 starts now. >> this is "fox 5 morning news." >> good morning to you, another foggy start to our day on this hump day, wednesday. cupping of s
CBS
Aug 20, 2013 6:00am EDT
. this is the largest losing streak since -- tomorrow 2:00 eastern around the world from china to europe. they are hedging wondering what the fed could do if they roll back how much would it be for september and how would it affect their investments. >> all eyes watching that. we talked about about women not earning as much as men, men don't believe it apparently. >> that's right. a new poll done by elle, obviously everyone is aware of sexism, according to this study, 80% of men believe they would make the same salary if they were women. only 20% believe there is a pay differential. we know for a fact women make $.70 on the dollar compared to men. >> apparently some are in denial. thank you, joleen. we'll see you tomorrow. coming up, it is a pain but for your protection. new nfl policy caught some fans by surprise at fedexfield. why some women had to ditch their purses. find out what an unruly passeng passenger did on a flight from bwi that forced a landing.  >> all right. back on "fox 5 morning news," we are sharing your back to school pictures, this is lovely. all right. t
CBS
Jan 6, 2016 6:00am EST
bomb tested. russia, china, swra pan and france have -- japan, france have all stepped forward to oppose a possible test. >>> coming up on 6:32, we continue to follow breaking news from calvert county this morning. >> a car has crashed into a building and burst into flames. delia goncalves is following our continuing coverage. >> reporter: andrea and mike, take a look at the back of that charred mini van. that minivan has been towed but at one point during the time of this fiery crash, it was parked right in front of the building, in front of this strip mall. take a look here. it was once a floral shop. it is now destroyed. it's hard to say by looking at this devastation. it could have been worse but the driver is still alive. firefighters are still alive and crews are getting to work cleaning up the debris from a 30-year business. >>it's devastating. 30 years of work gone. i don't know. take it one day at a time. see how we rebuild. >> reporter: destroyed by flames just after midnight. firefighters say that's when the driver of this suv left route 4, hit a parked car and then wen
CBS
Jan 1, 2016 6:00am EST
streets of china town on new years eve upset about the jury decisions regarding tamir rice and sandra bland. they both decided not to indict the officers in those cases. >>> neighbors are upset after montgomery county tries to shut down a back yard ice skating rink. mark spent thousands of dollars to build the rink in honor of his daughter melanie. the county told him to shut it down because it's not zoned for public use. they are trying to work things out and plan to meet face-to- face soon. >>> shady grove medical center welcomed it's first baby of 2016. a little boy was born at 1:31 this morning weighing in at 8- pounds 12-ounces. mom and baby are said to be doing great and the hospital is about to give that baby a special gift. >> and send us a picture. we would love to put that baby on t.v. if we could. >>> hash tag pet picks to celebrate the new year. we have three. there's one from michael h. piety and teddy rocking their holiday hats. >> that's how it's done. then there's booth. nine to ten-year-old silky terrier. >> that looks young. and bella likes to chill in front of the c
CBS
Oct 5, 2015 6:00am EDT
relationship between the two koreas. >>> nine people are dead after a typhoon hit china. along those missing dozens of fisherman. >>> all right. like the supremes and stevie wonder. al died this weekend. the founding publickest of motown records. >>> well, the story of a stranded astronaut takes the top at the box office. >> all right. it rakes in $55 million at the box office, which is massive. and am more important thing, it was a home run for matt damon. he had investigating things to say about race and sexuality. so it was a great movie. >> that is right. he has a perfect reputation. he is a box-office draw. he is a movie start. >> it couldn't come at a better time. we find water. >> yes. that's great publicity. this bodes well for the jason borne trilogy. >> the studio worked with matt on this. >> they knew, the studio knew things before we knew things about mars. >> yeah. they probably new things the start of the new season would be a big draw. hillary clinton and miley cyrus. >> saturday night live loves campaign season. so hillary clinton appeared on "s.n.l." the great thing,
CBS
Feb 20, 2013 6:00am EST
. the obama administration plans to tell china's new leader in the coming weeks the volume and sow face indication of these attack -- sophistication of these attacks have become so intense, they threaten the fundamental relationship between washington and beijing. >>> in the meantime two u.s. major companies are reporting they've been the target of hacking. apple says its commuters were affected by malicious software, similar to an attack facebook announced last week. the attacks took advantage in the flaws in the java plug-in for web browsers and someone hacked into the jeeb twitter. and for most people it's not a matter of if they have their identity stolen but when according to identity theft 911. so there are important steps you need to take to minimized damage if this is going to happen you to. for example, obviously be incredibly careful when deciding to click on a link and so important, limit the amount of sensitive data you're storing on your computer. there's no reason to have your social security number on your computer. essentially that's like giving a hacker to the keys
CBS
Dec 30, 2015 6:00am EST
news at 6:51, an incredible story of rescue and survival. rescuers in china found eight surviving miners who were trapped for 5 days. 11 made it to safety when they were rescued early on. >>> new tensions after a landmark nuclear deal. the u.s. military is accused aye rain january vessels conducts rocket ships near the u.s. vessels. they also took place near commercial boat traffic. >>> the chicago mayor, rahm emanuel will announce a major overhaul of the police pollty regarding how officers respond to incidents and use of force. he will join the city's interim police superintendant for the announcement later today, and it regards how officers respond to incidents, and how they use force. the move follows a not guilty play from a chicago officer in the shooting death of laquan mcdonald. >>> activists will protest once again today in ohio over the grand jury decide to the to indict two officers in the shooting death of tamir rice. protesters marched for several hours, calling for justice. >>> some said it felt like a rumbling big rig was coming through. the earthquake shook califor
CBS
Apr 1, 2016 6:00am EDT
. >>> we have a friday morning commute alert in case you missed it. agiant panda in china is taking the internet by because this panda cub is posing for selfies with this foster dad. that is adorable. the interaction between the cub and keeper amazed spectators. how cute. asking for kisses and posing for pictures. >> i loved when he put his paw around his neck. adorable. >> it doesn't look real. look at him. >> and the bond. >> yes. >> oh. >>> time now to see what our partners at "cbs this morning" are covering. >> charlie rose is live this morning. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> hey. good morning, andrea and mike. we are covering damage from tornadoes then south and all of the major news of the day. plus this, democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is right here with us in studio 57. we have a preview of my sunday morning conversation with megan kelly about her response to donald trump. and how a live stream of little eagles look at them, has captivated america. the news is morning. we will see you at 7:00. i hope you have a great weekend. >> same to you, charlie. >>> 6
CBS
Oct 9, 2015 6:00am EDT
. >>> seth doane gives us a look into china with the government following his every move. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >>> one person is dead. at least three injured. thisin is northern anarizo university in flagstaff. >> a
CBS
Jun 4, 2015 6:00am EDT
number two slated for saturday night. > rescue crews in china have begun cutting into the hull of a capsized cruise ship looking for survivors. >> federal agents are revealing more now about a new england man me say was planning a terror attack here in the united states. >> wusa9 is back after this but first here's allyson with a check on the weather. >> the light rain continues. last time i was out here it turned from a drizzle to a light rain and it's just going to continue on and off today. chilly once again. another day stuck into the 60s. when do we get out of this? i'll have all the there are a lot of channels on your tv but only so many you want to watch what if you could pay for the types of channels you want and not the ones you don't now, fios brings you a totally new way to customize your tv. starting at $74.99 per month with no annual contract. get custom tv, including internet and phone. price guaranteed for two years. or from now until june 13th get a $400 visa prepaid card when you sign a 2 year agreement. go to getfios.com. cable just gives you channels. fios gives y
CBS
Sep 5, 2014 6:00am EDT
that he was worried that mother was going to take the child to china and never come back. >>> finally, the water is safe to drink 2010. that's the message to thousands of people in prince george's county from the wssc. >> that's right. the utility lifted the boil water advisory that had been in effect since tuesday. the advisory came after a water main break in hyattsville. the authorities say the water tests now showing no signs of contamination. >>> it is 6:06 and if you downloaded this particular google app, you may be eligible for a refund. >> and eating free lunch at work may not be free. much longer. we'll explain what that's all about. wusa9 is back after this. to prove a point about internet speeds we slowed down an up escalator. this is crazy i don't get it, this one is working ladies, shouldn't up be as fast as down? yeah. shouldn't internet speeds match as well? yes. do your socks match? my socks match. do your eyeballs match? yes. cable does not match the speeds. makes you want to go mad. erggggh. only verizon fios comes with speedmatch - upload speeds as fast
CBS
Oct 1, 2014 6:00am EDT
china's government. protesters are angry over chinese interference in hong kong's first direct election set for 2017. >>> police want to know if two deaths of two people just minutes apart are related. >> one person was killed in a house fire. the other was killed in a car crash and both happened yesterday in potomac, maryland. nikki burdine is live outside montgomery county police headquarters in gaithersburg with more. nikki, do we know if these people even knew each other? >> reporter: we don't know if these two crimes are connected to each other just yet but police say they hope to know more later on today. they say because of both when they happened and where they happened, these crimes are not random. this is what we know so far. here's a timeline of events that happened yesterday. at about 2:30, two bodies were found just minutes apart in potomac. police say first a man crashed his car on piney meetinghouse road near river road. the driver was dead inside but police say he did have gunshot wounds. just a couple of miles away and a few minutes later, firefighters responded to a ga
CBS
Aug 14, 2014 6:00am EDT
relations with china? plus a little league team in chicago' south side beat the odds. >> first a look at your "eye en oper," your woinrld 9
CBS
Apr 14, 2015 6:00am EDT
says climate change in china is among the biggest problems. >> see you again today at noon. you will be here? >> i will, we come by almost every day to deliver your mail so if you have any packages you want to return you should just give them to us i mean, we're going to be there anyway why don't you just leave it for us to pick up? or you could always get in your car and take it back yourself yeah, us picking it up is probably your easiest option it's kind of a no brainer ok, well, good talk ♪ >>> good morning. it is tuesday april 14th 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." an airport worker trapped in a cargo hold of an airliner forces e anenmergcy landing. cell phone video captures panic on the plane. >>> we're in iowa where hillary clinton started the her last presidential bid. marco rubio calls for a changing of the guard. >>> plus he's here masters champion jordan spieth in studio 57. >>> but we begin with today's "eye opener," your world in
CBS
Aug 17, 2015 6:00am EDT
china. 70 people are missing following the blast in tianjin wednesday night. crews are working to remove the chemical contamination. state-runnymede use rerts the warehouse -- state-run media reports the warehouse was storing sodium cyanide at 70 times more than it should have been. >>> british petroleum could be in more legal fights related to the 2010 oil spill in the gurks. the company is facing -- gulf of mexico. coat is facing to separate lawsuits filed by the university of louisiana and southern university. both schools say the spill cost them $274 million. bp has been ordered to settle with local governments for a total of $18.7 billion. >>> from baltimore to the district, a group of men walking to the national mall to deliver a message about gun violence and call for peace. >>> heat and humidity. we're expecting a scorcher. temperatures mid- to upper 90s but it could feel more like triple digits. >>> it's about to get real. if you're just waking up, we're jealous of you. thanks for starting your monday with us. >> we've been up for a while. larry miller is here with our ti
CBS
May 11, 2015 6:00am EDT
." it still ant even opened yet in china or japan. the comedy "hot pursuit" debuted with just over $13 million. "age of adaline" still hanging in there, came in third and six weeks after its reloose "furious 7" placed fourth. >>> here is a look at the seven- day forecast. the warmest days are today and tomorrow. mid-70s today and near 90 for tomorrow. today and tomorrow both we're going to see a few spotty showers, even a rumble of thunder but not everybody sees the rain and we cool off for the rest of the week so more refreshing by wednesday. >>> 410 is where we'll see the traffic troubles this morning eastbound at the bw parkway where we had three lanes closed. police are on scene directing traffic in that area. again we're asking drivers to add anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes to your drive times so they can get around this trouble spot this morning. >>> cbs this morning is next. it's fitness 2.0. gym classes without the gym. a high-tech affordable solution that could get you in shape. >> and pollen problems for millions. all i have to say about that is -- [ sniffing ] >> i'll be
CBS
Jan 27, 2015 6:00am EST
mobile market in china, motorola is unveiling three new models. they have exterior detailing including leather. >> it is 6:42. time to answer the question of the morning t. is, when trying to get out of being issued a ticket, 59% of drivers tell officers, a, they're lost, b, they didn't see the sign or c, they start crying. >> a viewer says b, i didn't see the sign but i received a ticket anyway. >> the answer is b, they didn't see the sign. >>> we'll you used to sleep like a champ. then boom... what happened? stress, fun, bad habits kids, now what? let's build a new, smarter bed using the dualair chambers to sense your movement, heartbeat, breathing. introducing the sleep number bed with sleepiq™ technology. it tracks your sleep and tells you how to adjust for a good, better and an awesome night. the difference? try adjusting up or down you'll know cuz sleep iq™ tells you. only at a sleep number store. where you'll find the best buy rated mattress with sleepiq™ technology. know better sleep with sleep number. . >>> time to see what our partners at cbs this morning are
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Mar 3, 2015 6:00am EST
standards. muscle of it its laminate flooring is made in china. it failed to meet formaldehyde standards. but they insist its flooring is safe. >>> furniture is being built with tablets in mind. ie key came is launch -- ikea is launching a new selection that will charge your devices wirelessly. it should be available within the month. >>> it's not delivery or carryout. it's kind of a little bit of everything. pizza hut is teaming up with visa to test technology which will let drivers order and pick up a pizza without picking up a phone or leaving their car. it's a connected car seem that will emerge visa checkout with blu teeth. customers with order and pay when they roll up. a three-month test run is expected this spring in northern california. >>> the stories labeled in our rundown as we are all poor, bill gates has all the money. he landed at the top spot of the world's richest people. his net worth rose almost $80 billion. carlos slim ranked second. included in the top 20 was facebook's mark zuckerberg and basketball's greatest of all time michael jordan made his debut on t
CBS
Jun 2, 2015 6:00am EDT
ship in china. >>> the head of the tsa is out after screeners fail tests to detect exivploses and weapons. >>> paris police remove iconic symbols of love. >> one of my top things to do all this year. >> very sad. >>> and why your desk chair at work could be bad for your health. the news starts right now. >>> good morning. welcome to wusa9 at 6:00 a.m. it's tuesday, june 2. i'm andrea roane and we're in for some more rain and cooler temperatures. >>> i'm peggy fox in for nick giovanni. larry miller is here with traffic but we begin with weather. erica grow is here. what's happening out there today? we going to see more storms at all? >> i don't think we'll see any storms but we will see more showers. that is pretty much a certainty. as andrea mentioned, the cooler temperatures. it is going to be a drastic drop from what we had yesterday. on doppler 9000 the past three hours showing the last of the heavy rain from overnight exiting the metro area, but you can see there are more showers on the approach moving toward us from the west and also southwest. on our day planner with the mic
CBS
Jun 5, 2015 6:00am EDT
behind the eight ball. >> reporter: it's suspected that china is behind the hack. chinese officials saying the accusations are irresponsible and counterproductive. on capitol hill, surae chinn, wusa9. >>> a new report about fracking is stirring up some mayor controversy -- some major controversy this morning. they are saying fracking is not causing widespread harm to drinking water. still the study warns of the potential of contamination of water supplies if safeguards are not maintained. industry groups say the study is proof that fracking is safe. environmental groups point to cases where fracking-related activities did pollute water. >>> today family, friends, politicians and orders father citizens will pay their final -- and ordinary citizens will pay their final respects to beau biden in dover, delaware. yesterday family members escorted the casket into the delaware state house where the body lay in honor. beau biden, delaware's former attorney general died of brain cancer last weekend. he was 46. his funeral is tomorrow. >>> we are continuing our coverage this morning into the
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Jun 19, 2015 6:00am EDT
china are not. >>> u.n. secretary-general bon can ban can i moon is -- ] stand by for captions ] >>> president obama is threatening to veto it. it include as 2.3% pay raise for service men and women and the white house says the bill skirts congressional spending limits. >>> a marine sergeant is asking for leniency after ten years after killing an iraqi sylvannian. he told military jurors he had, quote, ice in his veins during the thick of war. he says he now regrets what he did. he was convicted of murder yesterday. the jury will decide whether to recommend he get credit for the seven years he's already served on an 11-year sentence. >>> the two prisoners who escaped from an upstate new york prison have landed themselves on the most fugitive list. a female prison worker is charged with helping them escape. the woman's husband says he's, quote, blown away that his wife allegedly discussed having the two inmates kill him. >>> a friend of one of the boston marathon bombers has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison. that's because prosecutors say he misled investigators.
CBS
Jan 5, 2016 6:00am EST
the losses from the major sell-off. china's selleca on weak fferring -- sell came on weak manufacturing numbers that sent a ripple effect across the globe. >>> 95-year-old harriet clobber has been working at the mcdonald's on sharpsburg pike in hagerstown for the last 20 years and is the oldest mcdonald's employee. >> i like meeting the people. and i just like the work. >> someone hired her 20 years ago at 75. that person is gone and she's still here after 20 years. >> if you want to meet clopper yourself, time might be running out to make the trip. she's just thinking about retiring later this year. >> she does not look like 95. >> just turned 95 on christmas day so happy belated birthday. >>> 6:06. still to come how a popular netflix documentary has fans calling for justice. >> californians are gearing up for a series of storms that could bring major flooding to the golden state. allyson? >> here it is. our coldest morning of the season. i was outside last night walking the dog. i smelled a lot of fires going for the fireplaces. it's just that cold. we are feeling only 3
CBS
Jan 7, 2016 6:00am EST
china's stock market. developing this morning, trading came to a screeching halt just 30 minutes after the markets opened. the csi index dropped more than 7% for one. consequently this is the second time china's stock market has closed prematurely this week alone. analysts point to worries over china's economy and north korea's reported hydrogen bomb test as sources of the problem. japan's nikkei also fell. a down day overall in the asian markets. this follows a rough day on wall street. the dow jones just loggeddity worst three-day stretch in a new year since the financial crisis of 2008 and the dow futures this morning were down 409 points. >>> you have a br chance of being hit -- better chance of being hit by an asteroid but there's still a chance to be a multimillion dollar millionaire. no one matched the numbers in the power ball jackpot. >> that means the jackpot is a record $675 million but our delia goncalves is in northwest d.c. telling us it could go even higher than that hi, delia. >> reporter: hi. $675 million. how does that sound? and that's just an estimate right now. sat
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Oct 27, 2015 6:00am EDT
this case. >>> new tensions between the u.s. and china. a u.s. navy destroyer has entered the water around the south sea. china crepes the island chain is within its borders -- claims the island chain is within its borders. >>> house republican leaders have struck a budget deal with the white house. the move is aimed at preventing another shutdown and debt crisis. it's also expected to be house speaker john boehner's last hurrah before leaving officer. the 144-page bill calls for an increase in spending of $80 billion over two years and covers defense and domestic programs. but it also cuts for some reforms to social security disability insurance and lifts the debt ceiling until march 2017 well after the presidential election. >> i won't be part of shutting down a government. i also don't want to be part of doing nothing. so hopefully this middle ground is something i can support. i suspect i will. >> congress had faced a fast approaching november 3 deadline to avoid a debt default. a vote on the deal is expected tomorrow, one day before paul ryan is set to be elected the new speake
CBS
Mar 11, 2015 6:00am EDT
additional reactors will be built at a power station in a northeastern province of china. china is the world's biggest energy consumer. nuclear power play as key role in government plans to sush surging demand for imported oil and gas. >>> a pair of billionaires are refusing to let democratic lawmakers know whether they've paid for climate change research. charles and david coke run an industrial -- david koch run a conglomerate. the koch brothers have dough fated heavily to conservative causes while criticizing efforts to combat global warning. >>> maryland's issue on climate change could have more power. it was voted to increase the commission's responsibilities and scope. [indiscernible] those include coming up with a plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by the year 2050. >>> morning fog is giving way to a warmer, brighter day. it is 6:29. and thank you for watching wusa9 this morning. i'm andrea roane. >>> i'm mike hydeck. two amazing things about spring in d.c., snow on the ground and 65 degrees. thank you for joining us. this is larry. he has plenty to talk about. >> we're
CBS
Jun 3, 2015 6:00am EDT
a capsized cruise ship in china. >> there are some good numbers to report when it comes to the amount of adults who now have health insurance. >> we'll have those stories and more in a minute but first here's erica with a look at our wednesday weather. >> it is not good weather today. we'll see the drizzly weather hanging on throughout the entire day and temperatures remaining way below our seasonal average which is 80 degrees. satellite and radar shows that approaching rainfall. we're going to stay in the 60s because of it. right now it's 57 degrees in manassas and 54 in white oak. 60 in downtown washington. we'll track the rain for you coming up with our first >>> welcome back. i'm first alert meteorologist erica grow. lots of clouds. you're not going to see much of anything in the way of sunshine today and it is because of that and the easterly flow that temperatures are going to remain about 15 degrees below average throughout much of the area. right now it is 56 degrees in ashburn and germantown. it's also 56 degrees in college park. right now in downtown d.c. it is 60 uce
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Oct 7, 2013 6:00am EDT
the news right now, a typhoon made landfall earlier today in southeast china. heavy rain and winds knocked down trees and power lines. half a million people were evacuated to higher ground in the hours leading up to the arrival of the storm. >>> fire crews at california's marine-based camp pendleton have built containment lines around a wildfire. the fire scorched nearly four square miles of dry bush since saturday. the blaze is 20% contained. the fire broke out saturday. >>> three time indy 500 winner dario frankiety is recovering. his car went airborne into the protective fencing. pieces of debris flew toward the grandstands. he broke two vertebra in his back, fractured his right ankle and and suffered a concussion. >>> gravity was number one at the box office. the thriller brought in $55.6 million, a record for an opening weekend in okay. >>> time to answer question of the morning our took -- on our facebook fan page. how frequently do 75% of women say they cry? is it once a week, once a day or once a month? >> if it is once a day something seriously needs to change if your life
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Feb 29, 2016 6:00am EST
boarding a flight to china over an unspecified incident at this hotel. he was presented to media by north korean authorities this morning and said he removed a political sign from a staff- only section of the hotel. >> i understand the severity of my crime. i have no idea of the pen halt but i am begging to the korean people and government for my forgiveness. >> she is crying and bleeding for forgiveness from north korea authorities. >>> and we are following the developing story out of woodbridge. astaff sergeant is expected to be arraigned on murder charges. >> ronald hamilton allegedly opened fire on officers responding to a domestic violence call on saturday killing guindon and his own wife. delia goncalves is live. >> we hope to learn more why this amy staff sergeant took sweetheart and a promising young officer. >> we wanted to show our support for this young officer, ashley. >> ashley guindon was a marine veteran. she joined the police force to continue her service to the community. her first call ended up being her last. killed, police say, when she was arriving to a domestic
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Oct 6, 2014 6:00am EDT
. many civil servants want back to work. they are angry at china's plan to vet any candidate up for a vote, to decide who is in and out in the election. >>> new details this morning over a shooting. a united states marshal and a washington, d.c. shot and killed michael searching -- serving a warrant. it took place on saturday night near alabama avenue and wheeler road. >>> today the american veterans disabled for life memorial will officially open to the public. aproject nearly 14 years in the making. >> yesterday the dedication, several wounded warriors told stephanie, the memorial will help them heal. >> it is awesome. >> this is how vietnam veteran bill mcginley he reacted to the president and others unveiled this, the american veterans disabled for life memorial. afirst of it kind memorial to recognize and honor the very whose suffer from physical disabilities and invisible ones like ptsb. mcginley summed this up meaning -- >> everything. it is finally honored for duty and service. always, i liked the original dedication of the vietnam veterans memorial. i was there at 3:00 in the
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Jul 29, 2015 6:00am EDT
-- is fighting counterfeit goods in china and greg louganis is also going to be here with us today sitting at the table. looking forward to that the news is back in have you heard? we'll see you at 7:00 on the dot. back to you in the studio, andrea and nick. >> tell him to protect that phone there. tom brady has been known to destroy a few lately. >> yes, i've heard that, nick, every eight months. i heard that. >> gayle, give him a hug for me, please. big hug. >> i will. >> thank you. >>> erica grow back with us now. what has the streak been now? five days in a row in the 90s? >> sunday was the first. we're on day number four but i don't have a day below 90 degrees in the first alert seven-day forecast. there isn't any relief in sight. the only real relief we're going to notice is that on friday it's going to be less humid. here's a look at the weather cam and the day planner. nice sunshine bursting through those clouds but it feels very steamy out there and that's not going to change at any point. 86 degrees at noon. still partly cloudy at that point. the first threat for thunders
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Mar 5, 2015 6:00am EST
china which may fail to meet health and safety standards. a las vegas homeowner hired an inspector to check his home's air quality and laminate flooring. since installing the floors he says his family has developed health problems. he was just diagnosed with pneumonia. >> i was hyperventilating almost and i went state to urgent care. they diagnosed me with bronchitis into pneumonia. >> in the 60-minutes report, 30 out of 31 boxes of laminate flooring failed to meet california's formaldehyde emission standards. lumber liquidators says it has documentation proving its products are safe. the company says 60 minutes used improper testing methods. formaldehyde is a known cores general. overexposure can call for a range of health problems. a florida senator is calling on an investigation whether wood laminate poses a health threat. in 2010 congress adopted california's strict emission standards. the law takes effect nationwide this year. >>> there's a look now at our region outside. still in the metro area close in just rain and fog. we're happy to welcome you back to wusa9. it's now 6:3
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Jun 11, 2015 6:00am EDT
those dreaded robo calls. >> definitely standing by for the earthquake news. american made in china? you've seen the american made but the samp of approval -- stamp of approval doesn't always mean what you think. >>> i'll be people of the coffee drinking world, dunkin' has a dark roast coffee that's deliciously roasted just right for a bold start and smooth finish that's never bitter. put down the dark roast you've been putting up with and reach for the one you deserve. that's a hard question. (laughing) we are the fay family from chesapeake, virginia. williamsburg is just beautiful. because we have thrill seekers and not such thrill seekers, i try to find something that everybody likes. this is a very good spot to do that. the most exhilarating part about this vacation was being with the whole family. it was amazing. i love the taste. always smooth, never bitter. my cup of coffee is always awesome when i go to dunkin'. man: i see the steam rising off the cup 'cause you know it's a fresh pot. man: one cup a day for sure. two if need be. and it's usually "need be." dunkin' -- your pl
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Aug 27, 2015 6:00am EDT
coaster is on the way up today it seems. china's composite index of 5.3% after a 23% drop in five recent sessions. investors in asia believe the interest rates in the united states are playing a big part in their bounce back today. >> investors now think in september -- [indiscernible] it's considered probably only one time only. >> here at home, the dow jones industrials got a big boost yesterday, up nearly 4%, a 619- point gain to finish at 16,285. back to you. >>> the search for a teen missing in the potomac river has now turned into a over mission here -- into a recovery mission here in mount vernon. crews are here on standby. we're told they will step up their efforts in the daylight hours but we can assure you they've been at it all night and a boat is in the water actively searching in what they are now calling that recovering mission. let's take a look at some video of the boat in the water that we shot just a short time ago. crews we're told on board that vessel are using a sonar in their efforts. they have been searching the water since last night around 8:30 when this y
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Sep 23, 2015 6:00am EDT
. >>> pope francis weaves its way through d.c., philly and new york and china's president is waiting his turn. he is in seattle. he has a busy day meeting with multiple top executives of big companies and the white house will welcome the president on friday. >>> president obama has declared one northern california wildfire a major disaster. that means victims of that wildfire will be able to apply for federal help. it comped 118 square miles and destroyed over 1,000 homes and killed at least three people. >>> good morning. welcome to wusa9. it's 6:00 a.m. thank you for joining us for our special coverage of the pope francis visit to washington, d.c. i'm be joined all morning long by my co- anchor mike hydeck live on the ellipse near the white house. mike? >> reporter: good morning, andrea. what an amazing scene so far. people have been lined up since early this morning waiting in advance of getting through the security check point but look at how many people that have made it here as far as the eye can see down 15th street. we're at the corner of 15th and constitution as people pack
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Jan 30, 2013 6:00am EST
working with china in 2001. so we've had 12 years at this point. i'm also a delegate for the state department for the u.s.- china people exchanges. the silk museum, and we're working our way gradually through china's cultural heritage-- >> is it a lot of silk clothing, tapestries? >>it's all of the above. the museum we're working with in china is dedicated to promoting the anthropology, the hipsry of silk -- history of silks. you learn about how silk emerged over 5,000 years. there's also clothing. the chinese fashion industry is picking up old motifs and bringing them into contemporary usage. what victoria is wearing here, it's a two-piece garment. it is based on sort of central asian motifs. it dates to the 12th century ad. these are motifs and designs you would have found along the silk road. they get back into china and the chinese at one point would tweak these and twist them and create chinese fashion based on this international road. that's what's going on in china today. >> it looks very comfortable. is it? >> yes. >> it looks it. among the clothing, tapestries, what else c
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Nov 12, 2014 6:00am EST
.-china relayings to a new level following deep discussions with china's president on the sidelines of the apec summit in beijing. most leaders pledged to move faster to cut harmful carbon and greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming. >> they also tackled a range of social issues from chinese hacking of u.s. computers to the possibility of more open trade it the two countries. president obama has left china and now is continuing his three- country tour of asia in burma. >>> two u.s. senators say they feel cuba is closer to releasing alan gross. jeff flake of arizona and tom udall of new mexico met with gross for two hours tuesday in cuba. the senators are there on a three-day visit. >> gross had been held since 2009. he was convicted of crimes against the state while working with a u.s. agency for international development. the goal was to boost internet access in cuba. he's now serving a 15-year sentence at 65 years old. they say his health is deteriorating and he's now vowing to end his own life rather than spend another year behind bars. >>> next year's school calendar for stu
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Sep 25, 2015 6:00am EDT
-- delia goncalves, wusa9. >>> china's president in d.c. for a state visit, the only head of state to be given the honor twice during barack obama's presidency. >> he has been striking business deas on the west coast and making house of card references along the way but that tone of his trip bound to change. mike hydeck joins us with more on the dip plattic challenge -- diplomatic challenges he will be facing? >> reporter: that's one way to put it. xi jinping is in town to launch future meetings with president obama. on a positive note they'll focus on at least one area of cooperation. that is the fight against climate change. if you know anybody who's been in china recently, it's a major issue there. but there are definitely tensions over alleged chinese cyberspying. >> we have made clear to the chinese both publicly and privately that issues related to cybersecurity and our concerns with china's conduct in cyberspace will feature prominently on the agenda. >> reporter: earlier this week in seattle, the chinese president also had been -- they said china has been a victim of hacking a
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Jan 19, 2016 6:00am EST
. for $4.4 billion. >> wow. i'm an a.o.l. customer. going to be used to that. >>> china looked a little better today but markets across asia are basically flat this morning. that's after the world's second largest economy, china, nowpsed it has -- announced it has grown at its lowest rate in 25 years. china's economy grew by 6.9% in 2015 compared with 7.3% a year earlier. this is the slowest growth for the far east powerhouse in a quarter century. >>> we're streaming live on facebook so you can talk to us online while we're doing this. we just had a parent e-mail us in that fairfax county schools had a teacher work day today so they're off. that's why they're not in the northern virginia schools having delays this morning so we appreciate that. >> here's allyson rae. >> hi, guys. >> who are the people who are going -- for the people who are going to school, layers are important and don't try to be at the bus stop too long. >> try to stay inside and run out to the bus stop or have the kids in the car. we're talking frostbite possible for any areas exposed. and then the big storm friday i
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Aug 4, 2014 6:00am EDT
. >>> the death toll is expected to claim in china where a strong earthquake has struck. it rattled a densely part of the area in the the southern part of that country. >>> a summit in downtown washington between african leaders and president obama will drive you crazy. the u.s. hfer africa leaders sum -- u.s.-africa leaders summit will lead to a number of road closures and detours in d.c. the summit begins today and runs through wednesday. >>> california is dealing with a variety of weather issues. heavy rains in the southern part of the state caused flooding and mud slides. in northern cal came, wildfire -- northern california, wildfires continue to burn fueled by temperatures higher than 100 degrees. the drought conditions and dry lightning. what about here? >> the dense fog advisory is also expanded. it's not just up north. it had included prince william and fauquier counties, down through culpeper and fredericksburg. now it's west of the blue ridge to harrisonburg where some of the advice bibties are a quarter mile -- visibilities are a quarter mile. the victs as we take a -- vis
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Nov 10, 2014 6:00am EST
, china for the asia pacific economic cooperation summit. it's the first stop in a week- long trip focusing on foreign policy. >> the visit to asia follow as north korea's surprise release of two americans saturday. andrew spencer has more. >> reporter: president barack obama arrived in beijing this morning for the meeting of apeculiar, the asia pacific economic cooperation. there he addressed business leaders at this morning's ceo summit. >> our future, our security and our prosperity is inextricably intertwined with asia. >> reporter: ahead of the summit obama had a chance to meet in china with the newly elected leader of indonesia. >> i know he has a very ambitious reform agenda and my main message here today is that the united states wants to be a strong partner within indonesia in helping achieve its goals. >> reporter: obama will have direct meetings with the president covering sensitive issues such as cybersecurity and human rights. unlike recent trips obama does not have any meetings with human rights activists on the schedule. administration officials say he's on a tight t
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Mar 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
michele obama leaves on a week-long trip to china. she's scheduled to visit three cities and speak to students about education and youth empowerment. she'll also meet with china's first lady. the two will tour the forbidden city and the great wall. >>> been looking for the story all morning. this is something we're used to hearing about every year. an 18-yard standout athlete -- 18-year-old standout athlete gets a scholarship, sometimes multiple scholarships. this story has that element but something else. this is the story of a young renaissance man from florida. we bring you the story of chad thomas. >> reporter: take a look at chad on the practice field here. then at signing day choosing the university of miami at his school of choice. this defensive end received 150 scholarship offers but don't blink. it's not all for football. he can play with the best of them. >> reporter: amazing we know but there's more. these are just two of the nine instruments he plays. a proud soon to be graduate of booker t. washington. >> it's a big opportunity to show a lot of people it's not just footb
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Nov 16, 2015 6:00am EST
obama and the leaders of china, japan, mexico and other nation in the 21-member apec bloc will meet with the ceo of several major companies. a two-day summit of leaders begins sunday in manila. >>> a los angeles-bound plane from tel-aviv, israel, was forced to make an emergency landing in billing, montana. once on ground, crews didn't find an issue with the engine after a safety alerted them. none of the 300 passengers on board was injured. >>> one retirement plan that serve about 5,000 higher- education workers in virginia is getting a new manager. just a heads up. the virginia retirement system plans to switch management from t.i.a.a. cref and fidelity to international city management association retirement corporation. the change will be in effect next fall. >>> a federal federal transportation bill has become the target of a lobbying frenzy. >>> and a new look wrangler may catch you off guard. allyson? >>> it's cool out here but not a lot of wind so pretty comfortable, as long as you have a jacket on. we're looking at a really great day. take a look at your planner. 60-degree an
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Feb 12, 2013 6:00am EST
-- earthquakes but are distinct from natural earthquakes. north korea informed china and the united states of its plans to conduct a third nuclear test. the communist party also performed nuclear tests in 2006 and 2009. russia has condemned this. no word yet from china's reaction to this. >>> now let's go to mike who's looking at president obama's state of the union address tonight. >> indeed. the economy, gun control, immigration, all big topics expected to be addressed in president obama's state of the union address tonight. here to talk about it, michael of "the washington post," a former speech writer for george w. bush. thanks for waking up with us. >> good to be with you. >> as we start with the backdrop of sequestration looming march 1, do you think the president is going to extend a presidential olive branch or continue his statement where he says elections have consequences and we need to move forward with my agenda? >> i think that's the big question tonight and the thing i'll be looking for. usually a state of the union is a good night for the president. he's on the main stage and ever
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Jan 4, 2016 6:00am EST
chinese airstrip on a manmade wreath in the china sea. china conducting test flights this weekend, despite vietnam rejecting. >>> developing this morning, starting to hear reports out of india, where a 6.8 earthquake struck close to the border with myanmar. 9 people killed and two others injured. the quake hit in an area of india where the population is in excess of 100 million people. >>> in the news, right now, 6:19, tensions continue to rise between saudi arabia and iran, saudi arabia has severed relations over the execution of a prominent shiite cleric. saudi embassy following the mass execution of the cleric and 46 other people. >>> ntsb released photos showing the el faro in the final rest resting place. it got caught in a category 4 hurricane. it will images of the sunken ship show a breech to the haul and navigation tower is missing. >>> next half hour, grab your tea and trumpets as downtown abby heads in to the last season. >>> marking a year since the charlie ebbdo shooting. hebdo shooting. >>> i saw two flakes out here. they are hard to see but they are there. temperatu
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