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Jul 5, 2017 6:00pm EDT
with china following iniquities most recent missile tests. the president hoped china would step in to stop the north's nuclear pursuits but that plan is not working and now the trump administration has a warning for china. u.s. trade could be at risk if china's trade with north korea violates u. n. sanctions. >> the united nations security council held an emergency meeting to discuss north korea's successful launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile with the il reach alaska. >> this action is yet another brazen violation of the relevance security council resolutions and constitutes a dangerous escalation of the situation. >> reporter: china and russia brought new sanctions -- blocked new sanctions against north korea. [ speaking foreign language ] >> all must acknowledge that sanctions will not resolve the issue. >> reporter: and they called on the u.s. to withdraw a missile defense system deployed to south korea. but the trump administration and south korea fired missiles wednesday, warning the north they will not be passive as it develops a nuclear weapon. >> the united sta
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Dec 12, 2016 6:00pm EST
putin. they could put the confirmation in jeopardy of trump selects him. >>> china criticized president- elect donald trump's comments critical of the one china policy. that policy acknowledges china as sovereign over taiwan. china's foreign ministry department says without one china there is no relationship between the two countries. >>> shares of lockheed martin fell today after president- elect donald trump tweeted that making f-35 fighter planes is too costly and that he will cut billions of dollars from military purchases. the $379 billion, the f-35 program makes up 20% of lockheed martin's total revenue. they say it's open to answering questions from president-elect donald trump. >>> face marched from the justice department to the white house and called on president obama to completely dismantle a registry program on fairly targeted arabs and muslims. it was launched shortly after 9/11 and obama suspended in 2011. protesters say they are worried president-elect donald trump will revive it.>>> president- elect donald trump will go on display at the national portrait galle
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Sep 5, 2014 6:00pm EDT
incident. a jet leaving for china was ordered back to dulles once it reached canadian airspace and the mother of a 4-year-old is facing some very serious charges. >> reporter: it was united airlines flight 897 heading from dulles to beijing. on board was linda lu from loudoun county, her mother and 4-year-old son. the boy's father fearing his child was being taken to china called the police and at 12:39 as the plane flew over canada it was turned around. a passenger said they were told at first it was mechanical trouble. >> suddenly there was this announcement for three individuals to please get off the plane, go to the gate. finally they did stand up, two women and a male and approach seeded to the door and the gate. we saw police surround the plane, fbi on their jackets. >> reporter: lu who had joint custody of her child with her ex-husband was arrested when thplane landed at dulles charged with attempting to abduct her child and illegally taking him out of the country. this he case could have created an international incident could the plane have landed outside the united states. on
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May 21, 2015 6:00pm EDT
are considered in the case. >> next at 6:00 a warning as china tells the u.s. to stay clear of new military here's to the explorers. those diagnosed with cancer who didn't settle for just one opinion on their diagnosis or recommended treatment plan they explored their options. and discovered a new level of empowerment. at cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia, that's what we do-empower our patients with a comprehensive second opinion. and because time is of the essence, we do it a single one day. explore your options with a one-day second opinion. learn motre a cancercenter.com/eastern. >>> china orders a u.s. plane to go away. >> aircraft, this is china. you are approaching our alert zone. leave immediately. >> visible from the windows of that surveillance plane china's island building project, beijing has been reclaiming land and building reef to build islands far off its coast. the united states said these manmade islands ultimately will host airstrips and military bases. the flight was meant to send a message, the united states does not recognize these artificial
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Feb 23, 2017 6:00pm EST
detention center has a medical staff and emergency care. >>> okay. coming up. she is in china, coming up, where she is and what she is doing. >> a football coach says he was fired after he was fired for a social media post . >>> a story that is getting a lot of attention on social media. former nfl player and his wife are speaking out after he was fired three weeks after being  hired as a football coach in the atlanta area. they believe the firing was for a social media post from three years ago. >> reporter: two months of unending questions. >> i didn't lie to you. >> reporter: several meeting with a hiring committee. even an interview wife. >> they asked about my social media presence. >> reporter: before he got a job as a head football coach. >> we really thought after that interview that i had been a part of we had laid everything out on the table. we were up front and honest with them. >> reporter: 20 days after he was hired the school fired the new coach. >> i have been fired from a job that says, well, you know, in the community i am naught christian enough -- not christian enou
CBS
Feb 18, 2017 6:00pm EST
to enjoy these spring like days before her trek to china. taking a look at bao bao's last weekend in dc coming up. >>> plus, a video that will make your stomach do a flip. one of the strongest storms to hit california in years creating dangerous sink hou-) "best cracked pepper sauce" barbeque trophies: "most ribs eaten while calf roping". yep. greatness deserves recognition. you got any trophies, cowboy? uh, yea, well, uh... well, there's this one. "best insurance mobile app"? yep, three years in a row. well i'll be! does that thing just follow you around? like a little puppy. the award-winning geico app. download it today. ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪we buy any car dot com ♪any any any any ♪ did you know trading in your car at a dealer could cost you money? a recent study found consumers who trade in their car pay an average of $990 dollars more. so don't trade in... sell it.... to we buy any car. learn more and get your free online valuation now at we buy any car dot com ♪ find out how much your car is worth at webuyanycar.com ♪
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Feb 20, 2017 6:00pm EST
have been dreading. bao bao's last day in dc before heading to china. it's been quite a sendoff. people have been flocking to the national zoo to say their good-byes. bao bao got cake for breakfast. a suitcase covered in honey. >> it's so cool. i'm kind of tomorrow. i'm just glad i saw him. >> i've been following bao bao ever since she was born. i'm just totally in love with her. >> bye. i hope you have a nice trip. >> certainly going to be a long trip. tomorrow bao bao boards a flight at dulles. all giant pandas born at the national zoo must be sent to china before age 4. bao bao was born in 2013. her brother will take over her enclosure. he gets her space. the too will be closed tomorrow. >> 19 hours on a flight. >> that's a long flight. >> we have strong connection to all the pandas. >> our love was never more evident than during a facebook live stream of bao bao. my son is crying saying he will miss you. kay wrote i cried when tyshon left. we'll miss bao bao also. from lisa, i'm going to you. watched you grow up. have a great life in china. i am so happy you gave the dmv the
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Nov 13, 2015 6:00pm EST
in iraq. we will have more coming up at 6:30 p.m. now, to news close to home. the mayor in china on an economic mission is facing political hit at home over a political action committee formed to promote. she said she agrees with the decision to dismantle the pack which has raised big money to support her agenda. >> the committee took its name from the successful mayor campaign. the fresh start pack quickly raised more than $300,000 with a goal of $1 million by the end of the year. the goal was to further the agenda and elect allies to the council. >> the idea you could exploit a loophole and get all of this money and try to use it -- laying on people doing business with the government but try to use it to control the votes of the council. that is so pernicious. >> the mayor in china to raise money from investors for washington projects agreed by phone it is time to shut the pack down. >> while i am grateful for the support i do agree that the fresh pack has become a problem. >> returning the money won't end the fallout. on the trip to china there are figures who have ties to $40,00
CBS
Apr 28, 2017 6:00pm EDT
up having a major, major conflict with north korea, absolutely. >> reporter: china, north korea's biggest trading partner, had a delegation attend the meeting here at the u.n. the chinese foreign minister believes north korea should suspend its nuclear program and the united states should stop large scale military exercises with south korea. the u.s. military buildup in the region includ aircraft carrier vincent which is in striking range of north korea. alex ortiz for cbs news, the united nations. >> and tillerson says the united states has given $1.3 billion in aid to north korea and he says the u.s. is willing to resume that aid once kim jong-un begins to dismantle that nuclear program. >>> on the eve of his 100th day in office, president trump touched base with some of his most loyal supporters. he went to atlanta to speak at the annual convention of the national rifle association. he declared an end to what he called an eight-year assault on the second amendment under president obama. >> you have a true friend and champion in the white house, no longer will federal agencies b
CBS
Feb 17, 2016 6:00pm EST
-- resumption of commercial airlines to cuba. >>> china has employed a missile system on spokespersonspokesperson said if true, it would further raise tension nathat region. evidence of china's militarization is now a serious concern. the white house says president obama will sign legislation, slapping north korea with more legislation. the new sanctions further punish north korea for its missile launch. >>> the pentagon said they have destroyed million of isis dollars. a series of strikes targeted the cash collection areas. the bombings are part of the ability. >>> car bomb killed at least 28 people and wounded 68 others in the capitol of anchorra. it's being described as a well- planned attack. the targeted vehicles. thus far, nobody claiming responsibility for that attack. >>> death toll from this week's air strikes. doctors without borders hospital in northern syria, now up to 25. >> the 16 who were killed including a child and nine hospital staffs, convoyed the trucks, food, medicine supplies. a mobile clinic is tending to the wounded civilians. and the u.n. sponsore
CBS
Jan 20, 2016 6:00pm EST
economy in china. a huge market for american goods. china's main stock mark, the shanghai composite, has dropped by more than 40% since last summer. and it it is taking the world markets down with it. >> you probably don't want to check your balances every night. it will put you in a bad mood. >> the -- volatility on wall street continues and it is not clear when it will end. jill wagner, cbs news, wall street. >> the nasdaq finished the day down 5 points and the s&p 500 lost 22 points. >>> terrorists stormed a university in northwest pakistan today, killing at least 20 people, many of them students. at least one professor is also among those dead. many of the victims were reportedly shot execution- style. pakistani security forces say they killed four gunmen after a fire fight that went on for hours. a local taliban whreeder is claiming responsibility for the attacks. >>> washington reporter jason rezaiani appeared upbeat at a german hospital today. he said he could not wait to get home. he and two other americans at the hospital were freed by iran over the weekend. and a prisoner
CBS
Aug 28, 2015 6:00pm EDT
, he will go back to china. . >> making a lot of noise there. >> a lot on his mind. >>> coming up a ruling on where protesters can and cannot stand in front of the supreme court. >> also ahead democratic presidential hopefuls make their pitch to their party's delegates. >> but up next a not so fantastic finish to a wild, wild week on wall street. ♪ every auto insurance policy has a number. but not every insurance company understands the life behind it. those who have served our nation. have earned the very best service in return. ♪ usaa. we know what it means to serve. get an auto insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life. >>> two days of big gains couldn't keep wall street from fizzling on friday. stocks ended on a mixed note, uncertainty over china's economy and when the fed will raise interest rates has a lot of people jittery. the dow dropped nearly 12 points remaining in negative territory for the year. the nasdaq added 15 points. >>> a federal appeals court in the district ruled today that the supreme court can keep protesters off its marble plaz
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Nov 30, 2015 6:00pm EST
states and china kicked off the summit. >> the united states of america not only recognizes our role in creating this problem. embrace our responsibility to do something about it. >> but one of president obama's first stops in paris was to pay respects at the concert venue where dozens of people were shot to death in the terror attacks. france remains on high alert. a security force of 120,000 is stationed across the country. >>> coming up, bond is set for a chicago police officer accused of murdering a black teenager. >> also ahead, the burgundy and gold start dallas week sitting on top of the nfc east. reaction from redskins park. >> but up next, he didn't get the endorsement, but donald trump is getting positive feedback following a me . >>> donald trump met privately today with dozens of african american pastors. it was a meeting that almost didn't happen. trump canceled a press conference with the pastors after they said they were not there to endorse him. but today trump said the meeting was amazing. >> these are deep seeded difficulties communities have. we'll address them. certa
CBS
Sep 17, 2015 6:00pm EDT
. >>> and now to a dramatic scene today in china. a fire inside a paper flower shop that quick hi spread to a kindergarten on the second floor. all 300 children were rescued. some had to be dropped out of the window. did you see that? 94 children and 12 adults were taken to the hospital. all of them, amazingly expected to be okay. >>> five body haves been recovered in the charred areas of northern california. the remains of two people were found in their burned out homes near middletown today. a third was discovered sunday. two other bodies were found at homes burned by a separate fire in the sierra-nevada foothills. >>> a tsunami warning remains in effect along parts of the california coast after last night's earthquake in chili. chile. small tsunami waves flooded several towns along the chilean coast. hundreds of homes destroyed. >>> i'm putting a lot of water on the lawn. >> i know and you'll probably have to continue to do so. what i do, i don't water it, then we don't have to cut it as it is a great story. >> you have brown grass basically? >> yes. a baseball field that is charred up.
CBS
Apr 29, 2017 6:00pm EDT
color="#ffff00">china. how the trump administration helped to end her two-year ordeal. a new report looks at who has been rounded up in immigration raids. and they're very unlikely room mates. he's a 95-year-old holocaust survivor. she's a 31-year-old grandchild of nazis. >> if there's a god in heaven, he created angells.
CBS
Apr 18, 2017 6:00pm EDT
="#ffff00">products in china the day she dined with the chinese president. also tonight, fresno priscilla n say a -- fresno police say gunman who hated whites shot and killed threeay tod r atdoanm. >> these individuals chosen today did not do anything to deserve what they got. no employees at a mcdonald's lead police to the gunman who poned a easter sunday murder on facebook. a new study looks at whether anti-depresseneds taken during pregnancy raise the risk of autism. and newly discovered documents tell us how freed slaves
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Dec 7, 2016 6:00pm EST
state. and iowa governor branstad as ambassador to china. he told our sister station in des moines he had no >> i have no interest in living overseas. i love the iowa governor job and want to consider to serve the people of iowa. >> reporter: and late this afternoon mr. trump named wwe wrestling ceo linda mcman to be the administrator of the small business association. trump and the wwe go way back. he's actually the only president-elect who is also a member of the pro wrestling hall of fame. >>> rahm emanuel visited the president-elect at trump tower today. the democrats and former chief of staff delivered a letter from 14 other u.s. mayors. the call is on president-elect trump to keep the current policy that prevents undocumented immigrants from being deported if they were brought here as children. >>> the mayor of new york city and some democrats on capitol hill complained the congress is sticking new york with the cost of providing security at federal spending bill includes $7 million for new york city police overtime to protect the president-elect. mayor bill de blasio says that
CBS
Oct 31, 2016 6:00pm EDT
. >>> this next video is proof men will do stupid things to impress a woman. a visitor to an east china zoo thought he'd show off to his the panda exhibit. >> that's not a good idea. >> the panda wakes up. intruder was able to escape. zoo officials have been unable to find that man. witnesses say he appeared to be okay. just some torn pants. the panda is okay too. >> how could they not find him? >> everybody looks at things but they're big. >> and strong. >> and they bite. >> ming to impress women. >> that doesn't surprise me. >> it's sad. >> 3-degree guarantee. we went for a high of 60. may end up being a midnight hype. we shall let you know at 11:00. we are 72 of the last 76 days. when we are wrong, starting charity. relative humidity low. still pretty much a perfect night for trick or treaters. temps in the 50s. 38 to 52. got to keep a sprinkle in tomorrow. weak warm front rolls through. more clouds than anything. behind the warm front, good news. 70s again wednesday thursday. 62 tomorrow. pair of 70s. drops us into the low 60s. that's still nice. another nice friday night for footba
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Jan 4, 2016 6:00pm EST
wall street. the stock market dropped 1.5% after china reported weaker- than-expected manufacturing numbers. the dow dropped 276 points. and the nasdaq closed down 104 points. >>> news of a justice department lawsuit made volkswagen one of the top trending topics on twitter today. the federal government announced it is suing volkswagen for installing emissions cheating software in nearly 600,000 diesel engine cars and suvs sold in the u.s. and volkswagen faces more than $18 billion in fines for violating the federal clean air act and the company could also face criminal charges. >>> you saw the game yesterday. you know it is the talk around town this evening. the burgundy and gold, will now host the first playoff game this coming sunday at fed ex field. they will go against aaron rogers and the green bay packers. game ticks sold out today in 13 minutes. we are all over the story for this week. beginning with fan reaction. and today i visited a green belt maryland man who claims he is just the biggest skins fan ever. and he's got the house, the vehicle, and the memorabilia to prove i
CBS
Mar 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
brooklyn nets in china town. fresh off a home victory in atlanta, a really bad nets team with 5-29 record on the road and with the wizards tomorrow night they know they cannot overlook the nets one bit. >> these games, you've got to win. we have three home games left. it will be big for us. we've just got to go in and play as hard as possible and respect the opponent. >> a wise man. tonight from minnesota high school hoops, quarter finals, game tied, a prayer at the back board. they advance to the state semi finals. not like slocum with the 75er but it's still impressive. >> still good. >> it counts. >> a recap? >> in a minute. that was a great shot. did he call back board. >> i don't think so. >> mid 70s tomorrow, a lot of clouds but nice. a couple sprinkles possible sunday night, cooler with an easterly wind. monday and tuesday we'll have showers and perhaps a thunderstorm. you can pretty much do anything you want either day of the weekend. the warm captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: a humiliating
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Jul 8, 2017 6:00pm EDT
created great imbalances and we are going to turn that around. i know that with china, in particular, we will be able to do something that will be reciprocal. >> the president said it may take longer to achieve success with north korea but reiterated the united states will be successful in resolving its issues with that country. >>> just after the break here on wusa9, howard thinks tomorrow might be the best weather of the year so far. find out why ju the roles you play in life are parlet's dance grandma! you. and you're not going to let anything keep you sidelined. come on! that's why you drink ensure. with nutritious calories 9 grams of protein, and 26 vitamins and minerals. that was the best one ever! giving you the strength and energy, to get back to doing what you love. and finish! from the number one doctor recommended brand... ensure, always be you. >> 48 sears and k-marts will close by early october. none of them are in our area but like so many brick and mortar stores, th
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Oct 16, 2014 6:00pm EDT
virgina. because instead of outsourcing jobs to china...we should be... insourcing them here for our people...and thats why i... approved this message. >>> we are looking live at the hospital in dallas where the ebola patient nina pham is expected to leave any moment now, as she will be heading up this way to nih in bethesda to undergo treatment, following her trip to maryland throughout the night. >> and the same time that we're getting ready for the final dc mayoral debate to hop on. right now you can watch it live. >>> that's it for us. big news tonight. the cbs evening news is next. >> we're back with the only as a small business owner, you don't deliver anything less than 100%. so don't settle for less than 100% of the internet. only verizon fios has speedmatch - upload speeds as fast as download speeds. switch now to fios internet and phone for just $99.99 a month with a 2-year agreement and get $300 back. don't miss your last chance to get a free lg tablet or up to $200 off any tablet from verizon wireless when you switch to fios. just call 1.888.774.4418 now >> pelley: tonigh
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Jun 18, 2015 6:00pm EDT
news, as many as five people are dead and four others missing following through southern china. ne60,000 residents were relocated before the storm hit. more are evacuated now. forecasters are expecting another three days of pounding rain. >>> today is the first full day of the islamic holy month of ramadan. >> it's a month long holiday of sunrise to sun set fasting for 1.5 billion muslims all over the world. that means no eating or drinking until 8:40 tonight. fasting is one of the fundamental religious duties of islam. during this particular month muslims spend time in self- examination and increased religious devotion and charity. >>> nbc news says brian williams will not return as anchor of the network's nightly news but will anchor breaking news reports at the cable network msnbc. williams claimed falsely he had been hit by enemy fire in a helicopter. there have been other instances where williams misrepresented his experiences. lester holt will take over the full-time role as the nbc anchor of the evening news there. >>> fast moving storms are sweeping through our region.
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Aug 23, 2013 6:00pm EDT
described as a butter stick when he was born in 2005. he is well and in china. >> everyone is hoping this little cub will do as well. >> back to you in the studio. >> audrey you are on fire. >>> panda born at the zoo, sharks caught in the pott a few days ago, what's up with that. >> having trouble hearing him. >>> we have static out here. sta >> i want to tell you crowd is building and everybody is hopins to get a peek. >> i told them get to your computer and see it on web cam. >> that's the best vantage point. >>> fair enough. >>> the news continues after this.  >>> welcome to. dozens of wildfires burning across the u.s. one in california is several times bigger than one of the state's famous cities.es. >> dominic is in groveland, california with more tonight. >>> the rim fire burned out of control in northern californian more than 3 times size of san francisco. fire shooting up into the air charring trees, creating thick plumes of smoke. >> in danger. >> trees going up as if a flame thrower hit them. >>> flames spreading to yosemito national park ne
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Dec 2, 2016 6:00pm EST
china. also tonight, the trump and clinton camps reopen their where white supremacists had a platform? are you going to look me in the face and tell me that. >> kelly, you did. >> really? >> pelley: the school tragedy that might have been. and steve hartman, a chance encounter with a cop changes a young man's life forever. >> and i noticed that it was a police car, and i was like, oh, okay i'm not going to move. i don't want him to think i have
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Jul 8, 2015 6:00pm EDT
because of china's stock market plunge and fears about greece. today's glitch surely did not help anyone's confidence. >>> another veteran of virginia politics is entering the race for president. jim gilmore plans the make it official next month he's running for the republican domination. he joins a crowded field. he said no other gop candidate is doing enough to focus on the economic and national security concerns facing the country. >> i really watched this race develop. i watched the theater and all of the confusion that's going on taking on the republican side and decided that the really serious issues that are facing the nation are not being appropriately addressed. >> if you're counting there's now 14 republicans who have officially entered the race for the white house. last week former virginia senator jim web a democrat, announced he too is running for president. >>> baltimore police commissioner anthony batts has been fired hours after the fraternal order of police released a report on the baltimore riots. who could forget the chaos after freddie gray died in police custo
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Jun 2, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. >> families here are hoping it always will be. wusa 9. >>> the president said under the agreement china and india would continue to pollute by using coal. while the u.s. would be forced to lit other fossil fuel use. >>> secretary of state rex tiller son is down playing the u.s. pull out of the paris agreement. tiller son was one of those who urged the president not to abandon the climate deal. he says the u.s. will continue to be a leader in protecting the environment. >> i think it's important that everyone recognize the united states has a terrific record in reducing gas emissions. >> other leaders here and around the world expressed their frustration with the president's decision. take a listen. >> how is he ever going to explain to his grandchildren what he did to the air they breathe? >> i spoke to president trump again last night. i made it clear that the uk would have wanted the united states to stay within the paris agreement and that we continue to support the paris agreement. >> one man cannot destroy our progress. one man can't stop our clean energy revolution. and one man ca
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Jan 21, 2015 6:00pm EST
incident last week at a bank in china town, arguing with the teller when he was not allowed to make that withdrawl. on leaving the bank, it says that he threatened the teller and then tossed that trash can. and the issues of our award. >> reporter: they were considered a strong candidate for the council. >> that's one of the main issues right now is safety. that they have been victims of homicide as i have been doing for the last 15 years, but they are picking up. >> the young people want jobs and opportunities. >> reporter: what right now on the council? >> they need a strong leader. someone that will be fighting with the people. >> reporter: especially in april despite their problem with the law. he still needs to be considered one of the favorites, only because of their name and their nearly two dozen candidates in this race. reporting live from washington, wusa9. >> and he is still along probation for the conviction as he has more than one misdemeanor conviction and the felony conviction. >>> bloodshed on a commuter bus in tel aviv. next, find out what happened and how police managed
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Jan 6, 2016 6:00pm EST
and japan condemn the test. and so did 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 will be the fifth round imposed on north korea, since their first nuclear test back in 2006. bruce, back to you. >> okay, thanks a lot. and what is the difference between the nuclear and a hydrogen bomb. simply put, it is the difference between fission and fusion. a nuclear bomb, splits a large atom into two smaller ones, it is the equivalent of 1,
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Jan 21, 2017 6:00pm EST
. color="#ffff00">and china's president demand its nation to step up its soccer game.
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Oct 28, 2016 6:00pm EDT
was wrong and racist. her mother's family is from china. her father, who served as a u.s. marine is a british heritage. duckworth herself was an army pilot. she lost both of her legs and crashed while serving in iraq. >>> coming up, metro serves a wrench into sunday's marine corps marathon. >> but first, the plane throws a tire at birds in a top? >>> check out these high temperatures tomorrow. more like early october than late october. 74 downtown. to the west. 76 in hagerstown. 76 in cumberland. we will come back ask talk about some areas hitting 80 >>> isis says the united states united states is using hostages as a large-scale attack. the mosul offensive started more than two weeks ago. and it could last weeks or even months seven passengers and flight attendants. >> thartd. it happened this afternoon at chicago's o'hare international airport. it was about to take off when evacuated. the injuries were -- injured were taken to the hospital. >>> sad news. two teenage siblings killed in a car rash on their way -- crash on their way to high school. 18-year-old jorge lara was travelin
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Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
: when asked about north korea, president trump started talking about getting help from china to end north korea's nuclear program when he made this cryptic statement. >> very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours and i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. we don't know whether or not they are able to do that but i have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. >> reporter: once again, president trump called the nuclear agreement the obama administration brokered with iran one of the worst deals of all time. >> we are analyzing it very, very carefully and we will have something to say about it in the not too distant future but iran has not lived up to the spirit of the agreement. >> reporter: the state department issued a letter to congress this week reporting iran is living up to the terms of the deal. greg boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> president trump has ordered a 90 da nuclear deal. >>> ready for round two of a republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare, politico is reporting tonight the white house
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Mar 8, 2016 6:00pm EST
since the malaysia flight 270 disappeared in flight. they held memorials in china and malaysia. investigators are still analyzing a 3-foot piece of medal, found off the coast of mozambique. to confirm it actually came from the boeing 777. >>> investigators remain on the scene of a commuter train crash in northern california. at least nine people were hurt. four seriously, when that train derailed last night. e on its side in the creek. authorities believe a mudslide caused a tree to fall onto the tracks. >>> tonight, police are desperate to catch a suspect on the run. pablo serrano is already accused of killing four people at his home monday night. he's now accused of killing yet another man in central missouri. authorities found seran's's truck. he's considered armed and dangerous. >>> the chicago gang members say -- who police say murdered a 9-year-old boy has killed before, turns out. 22-year-old dwight boon dotey is charged with killing a woman, two weeks before he allegedly killed 9-year-old teshon lee. police have charged others with luring the boy to a nearby alley. poli
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Jun 26, 2015 6:00pm EDT
missing bryce harper for the second game in a row. >>> team usa takes on china and women's world couple action tonight. these two last met in 1999 in the world cup with brandi chastain making the game winding penalty shot to end the tournament. tonight megan rapino and holliday are not playing in this game. >> players can make an impact off the bench or if players have two yellows in the next game, some players without any starts or minutes can make a difference. >> they play in a little over an hour in canada. >> that is all for wusa9 news at 6:00. stay with wusa9 for the cbs evening news. >> then we're back in 30 minutes for your only local news at 7:00. i hope we'll see you then. >> pelley: history is written. the supreme court guarantees marriage for all. there's a rush for licenses in more than a dozen states where same-sex marriage had been illegal. also tonight, breaking news-- one escaped murderer has been shot dead. police are in hot pursuit of the other. and in words and song, the president praises the charleston pastor gunned down in his own church along with eight of his fai
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May 9, 2016 6:00pm EDT
from north korea, has arrived in china. are you bert wingfield-hayes was accused of insulting the dignity of north korea, and speaking against the country's leadership. the journalist was even forced to write an apology. he is yet to make a statement except to say he is glad to approximate out of north korea. >>> it's a dangerous cycle, teenage criminals in and out of the local judicial system, dc agencies spending millions of dollars to supervise and try and rehabilitate them, are the programs working? not to everybody's satisfaction. from their own mouths tonight, how these youths began and continue in the violent path and why you should care? that's tonight on wusa 9 at 11:00. >>> coming up next, north carolina raises the stakes the fight with the federal government over the state's new bathroom law. >> and don't forget, we're giving a way a new mercedes-benz on wakeup washington. you can tune in tomorrow at 6:00 to find out thanks for coming today. i want each of you to grab a 2x8 and cut it. you'll have 2 saws to choose from. you all chose the best tool for the job. wouldn't
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Jul 31, 2017 6:00pm EDT
on china to act. >> i think this is it most significant decision the president makes during his presidency, whether four or eight years. this is the defining national security issue of his presidency. >>> experts say north korea's launch proves the country could have the capability to hit the u.ai los angeles, chicago, new york and near us here in washington, d.c. >>> isis is claiming responsibility for a deadly assault on the iraqi embassy in afghanistan. a bomber blew himself up. then they stormed the compound. a four hour standoff followed. two embassy staff were dead, the shoot out with police. afghan government condemned the attack calling it's unislamic and inhumane. >>> security is tight. luggage is being screened more carefully across australia after authorities broke up a plot to bring down an airplane. four men arrested this weekend in sydney. they have yet to be charged but there are reports islamic extremists planned to kill passengers with poisonous gas and a bomb. the australian government will not reveal how this plot. >>> new jersey governor chris christie gets s
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Apr 11, 2016 6:00pm EDT
is accused of passing military secrets to china. he worked as a flight officer on the nasal -- of the naval aircraft which conducts eavesdropping operations and they now have to decide whether there is enough evidence to court-martial him. of the meantime, he is held in a navy brig in virginia. >>> high school mascot has been charged with assaulting a student. cell phone video was posted online that shows 63-year-old mary hastings slapping the student several times and golding for being disruptive. a statement was issued saying it does not condone employees abusing any child. >>> federal health authorities warned that the zika virus is spreading wider than first expected. >>> wall street. the nra. they're powerful. th ey usually get their way. but not with democrat donna edwards. she won't take cash from wall street banks. and when washington insiders wrote a loophole to let the nra spend dark money to kill gun safety laws, donna edwards said 'no' she's fighting to ban assault weapons and putting the safety of our communities first. because to democrat donna edwards, working for u
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Jan 7, 2016 6:00pm EST
stock market turmoil in china and what it might mean for the global economy. >> reporter: the sell-off began at the opening bell and picked up momentum as the day went on. the dow jones industrial average closed down more than 390 points. it was the third triple digit loss of the week. once again, the trouble started in china where trading was automatically halted when stocks fell more than 7%. the market had been closed for just 30 minutes. >> just that sense of oh my god, what is going on. >> reporter: chinese regulators are suspending the circuits. what is feeding into the volatility is concern about a downturn in china's economy and whether that weakness will have a domino effect. if things slow down in china, the fear is that the rest of asia will slow down and europe slows down and the u.s. economy will also slow down. wall street is hoping to find some comfort in friday's labor report. signs point to another up tick in hiring which would indicate despite the turmoil overseas, the u.s. economy is still on track. cbs news, wall street. >>> the nasdaq finished down and so did t
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Jul 4, 2017 6:00pm EDT
washington, d.c. >> reporter: president trump warned china that the u.s. will act on its own, if beijing doesn't tighten economic pressure on north korea. but the president's options for going it alone are limited. >> there's very little you can do except sanction him every time he does something, and build our missile defenses. >> reporter: even direct talks with the north are unlikely to talk in a nuclear free north korea. >> there's denuclearization in the near term is not possible. >> china and russia are proposing the u.s. and south korea joint for denuclearization exercises in the area, in exchange for the top for those north korea tests, but that is likely a nonstarter for the u.s., because american forces are there to protect our allies in the region. >>> we'll show you the places to spend independence day in the area. up next, re,, z2ejdz z16fz y2ejdy y16fy >>> newly released dash cam video is giving us a firsthand look at what police and other first responders encountered, the night of the gatlinburg wildfire. flames forced more than 14,000 people to flee that area outs
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Feb 24, 2017 6:00pm EST
may actually take the stand. >>> coming up, new video of bao bao's new life in china. find out what breeders say she is refusing to eat. >>> an arlington teacher, accused of sexually abusing his creating a cleaner environment by using cleaner energy sources like solar, wind and natural gas. we've reduced carbon emissions by nearly 25%, which is the equivalent of taking close to two million cars off the road. cleaner air and cleaner water. it's good for all of us. dominion. depend on us for more than energy. know you have a dedicated advisor and team who understand where you come from know you can craft an investment plan as strong as your values know that together, you can establish a meaningful legacy with the guidance and support of your dedicated pnc wealth management® team. >>> new information tonight about the falls church city teacher, charmed with sex -- charged with sexually assaulting two 6th grade girls in the classroom. jose estrada is now under investigati
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Jun 5, 2015 6:00pm EDT
they'll be letting us know. >> reporter: evidence points to china-based hackers once again. china's thirst for our info is nothing new. a data breach this size is. >> it affects me. i'm scared to death. i don't know what's going to happen. i don't know what they're going to have, what information they have, what they'll use it to do, how to even monitor it. >> what worries me is one, the amount of information with all the federal employees out there. it's a serious matter and with the way this continues i don't understand why they're not taking this more seriously. >> reporter: the hack took place in december, was uncovered in april and released to the public thursday. the fbi is investigating. >> if the federal government can't guarantee security, then who are we going to count on? >> the office of personnel management is offering free credit monitoring and identity theft insurance for 18 months to the folks who could be affected. that was debra alfarone reporting. >>> moving on a late night argument over a woman ended in murder. today a jury convicted paval inovov of brutally stab
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Dec 10, 2015 6:00pm EST
. >>> what was a 120 million-year- old dinosaur doing at the china embassy in dc? evidently finding its way home. today that fossil and artifacts were returned to china. the fossil of a micro raptor was retrieved from a would be indiana jones living in florida. >>> president obama signed an education reform bill today that he calls a christmas miracle.>> the measure scales back the government's role in public education to give states and local governments more say in evaluating schools and deciding how to fix the ones that underperform. the law also expands preschool programs.>>> mild weather for december is about to get even warmer. orr really, 70 degrees?>> we are serious. these are the records. 68 tomorrow, 71 saturday, 71 sunday. we are forecasting 65 tomorrow. a little shot, but kind of in the ballpark 68 on saturday, in the ballpark. we are forecasting 72 sunday, which we think will break some record highs, especially at dulles. the high at dulles is 71. it's 54 downtown, 55 and leesburg. it's 47 and buoy. we will come back and talk about the prospect for fog and what it would
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May 25, 2016 6:00pm EDT
global economy, terrorism and china's aggression in the south china sea. first a tense meeting with the japanese prime minister that expressed outrage over a u.s. marine charged with the murder of a japanese woman in okinawa. >> we did discuss the tragedy that took place in okinawa. i extended my sincerest condolences and deepest regrets. >> on friday president obama will visit hiroshima, the first sitting president to do so since the u.s. dropped an atomic bomb on the city during world war ii. >>> isis threatens to kill any family that tries to leave fallujah. iraqi and coalition forces are three days into a battle to retake the city. thousands of civilians risk getting caught in the crossfire. >>> police in belgium have arrested four suspected isis recruiters on terrorist charges. they say the suspects might be planning new attacks in belgium but they have not been linked to the deadly attacks on the subway and brussels airport. >>> the taliban in afghanistan announced they appointed a new leader extremist views. he is not likely to back a peace deal with the afghan government. th
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Jun 23, 2017 6:00pm EDT
for china and lying to officials. kevin mallory sent several top secret documents to what appeared to be two agents in china. he admitted he met with them week ace go in shanghai, and he says the agents gave him a device to securely send information to them. mallory is a former government worker. he's been working out of his home as a consultant they say for several years. >>> there was something about him that was maybe a little off. that could be retrospect knowing what i know now. mallory was arrested yesterday at his home. he's being charged under the espionage act and could face life in prison or the death penalty. >>> breaking news in the case of the the attorney general is challenging a federal court ruling that he needs to be resentenced. his attorney sites that recent supreme court decisions against mandatory life without parole for juveniles. he was 17 in 2002 when he took part in attacks that killed ten people. >>> good news about the two people still in the hospital after a mass shooting at an alexandria baseball field. we start with tyson lobbyist, matt. the washington na
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Oct 20, 2016 6:00pm EDT
panda is heading back to the homeland of china, by the year of 2017. bao bao will make that move before turning 4. that is when all cubs born at the zoo must return to the china wildlife conservation association for its breeding program. and the national zoo has helped to increase the panda population. fans know that bao bao needs to go, but admit it's very hard to say goodbye. >> i'm very upset that she has to leave. we come here all the time to see her. >> kind of watched her grow up? >> yeah. she's part of our family. it's sad. i wish she could say. >> and the bao bao merchandise at the zoo gift shop ask on just like the giant panda. >> so hard to say goodbye. sounds like a song. >> i know. so cute. >>> still ahead on wusa 9news. a cease-fire in syria. but is it having any impact? we'll explain. >>> got to 85 today. now, temps in the mid- to upper 70s. still 81 in leesburg. and say goodbye. these are the last of the 80s we'll see this week. and potentially this entire >>> the syrian army says a russian-backed cease-fire is in effect in aleppo. they said the army has opened exi
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May 23, 2016 6:00pm EDT
. >> the move is part of an effort to keep china from seizing more territory in the east and south china seas. vietnam has access to the equipment it needs to defend itself. >> an exchange vietnam will give u.s. ships more access to its ports. >>> the next stop on president obama's asia trip will be the annual group of seven economic summit in japan. while there he will be the first sitting president to visit hiroshima since the u.s. dropped an adom mick -- atomic bomb on the city in world war ii. president obama says he will deliver the message that the u.s. has responsibility to make sure a nuclear weapon is never used again. >>> new polls out tonight show donald trump has eliminated nearly all of hillary clinton's commanding lead over here in a potential general election match-up, they are now almost deadlocked in the polls. tonight donald trump is facing new questions about his finances and the amount of money he claims to have raised for the country's veterans while hillary clinton still faces a persistent challenge from bernie sanders. mark albert reports. >> reporter: hillary clin
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Aug 16, 2017 6:00pm EDT
>>> china is urging president trump and north korean leader jung un to hit the breaks on the spri this following -- both sides want to talk more constructively. kerry reports. >>reporter: if north korea and ending of missile test, washington says it's willing to negotiate with jung un especially after -- >> we would like to have talks with him when the time is right. when they show they are serious, serious about an effort to move toward the nuclearzation. we haven't seen that yet. >> all sides seem to be acknowledging the obvious. it would be catastrophic -- >> this is the border between south and north korea. north korea has thousands of armor -- it's estimated if they were to unleash those, 64,000 people would die in south korea the u.s. seems to be backing down that the u.s. abandoned its missile -- saying rather that north korea needs to freeze its weapons testing for a period of time. >> i don't think the relationship that the north koreans want is screaming back and forth. but they'll take that. i think [indiscernible] is more ambitious and things like a summit with donald
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Nov 22, 2016 6:00pm EST
. policy. >>> investigators in china say icy and foggy conditions triggered this chain reaction crash that killed at least 17 people. as many as 40 others were hurt in the crash. crews are working around the collision. officials say it could take another day or two before that highway reopens. >>> coming up, local politician adopted as a young child says thanks by giving back to those who need it most. >>> by the time it takes me to finish these next two sentences a woman will be attacked by someone who claims to love her. it's time to talk about the signs and it's time to save lives tonight at afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. ne. all seems beautiful to me. we are the tv doctors of america. and we're partnering with cigna to help save lives. by getting you to a real doctor for an annual check-up. so go, know, and take control of your health. doctor poses. >>> a dc pizza shop is trying to figure out how to fight back after a slanderous attack by gullible believers and fake news are g
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Aug 21, 2014 6:00pm EDT
employees touch clothing, and body parts. next up, grand china on 11th street northwest. a july 22nd report documenting 26 closure violations including rodent mouse droppings located in different locations in the store and cold food items held at improper temperatures like beef patties at 55 degrees and raw shrimp at 47 instead of the required 41-degree maximum. and finally, the restaurant on eighth street northwest. the alert shows a july 17th report citing 22 violations including roaches, that's baby, nymphs and adults crawling on while and floor. and dead roaches and roach feces. grab your smart phone, you can see they all passed reinspection and they're all back in business by checking the restaurant alert. to get it text food to 25543. we'll send you a link. i'm investigative reporter, russ, wusa 9. >>> coming up how tonight's yellow alert could effect the drive home. and whether you're going to need an umbrel at my professors guidancet's kelleand supportschool helped me reach my goal a promotion... at microsoft. get started with our $20,000 merit based career catalyst scholarsh
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Feb 10, 2016 6:00pm EST
things could derail the economic growth. most notably, the slowdown in china and a drop in the u.s. stock markets. she said that could force the fed to slow the pace of future interest rate hikes. >>> following a developing story out of d.c. tonight. police investigating the death of a baby. neighbors tell us, the boy was about 7 months old. police were called to that house around 8:00 this morning. they said they found the child unresponsive. they also found five siblings in the same residence. but no adults. neighbors tell us, the children's mother and grandmother lived at that residence. no charges have been filed. it's unclear if any will be. the five siblings are curren services branch tonight. >>> d.c. fire's brand new medical director has just resigned in frustration. and she cited the case of a man in southeast, who died after waiting 18 minutes for an ambulance to take him to the hospital. bruce leshan today found the parents of 35-year-old robert wiggins. they had no idea the ambulance delay might have contributed to the son's death. the father of two had been stabbed in
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