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Aug 11, 2017 12:00pm EDT
white house and pyongyang. we have more on what china and russia are doing to cool things down. >> reporter: president trump issued a new warning to kim jong-un this morning. he tweeted military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should north korea act unwisely. hopefully kim jong-un will find another path. >> they've been doing this to our country for a long time, for many years. it is about time somebody stuck up for the people of this country and for the people of other countries. >> reporter: not to be out done, north korea issued its own warnings saying if u.s. launches attack on north, it will immediately reduce u.s. mainland into a field of nuclear war. president trump continues to push china to do more to stop its neighbor and close allies from taking any drastic steps. >> i think china can do a lot. and i think china will lot. >> china delivered a warning to north korea saying if it strikes u.s. first, china will stay neutral. beijing has also called on u.s. to not take steps to further escalate tensions in the region. russia's foreign minister has ca
CBS
Dec 3, 2013 12:00pm EST
japan, its ally in a territorial dispute with china. >> reporter: when vice president joe biden stepped off his plane in tokyo, he stepped into an escalating dispute between japan and neighboring china. >> we, the united states, are deeply concerned by the attempt to unilaterally change the status quo in the east china sea. >> reporter: the united states and japan say china is attempting to increase its authority in the region by setting up a new air defense zone over the east china sea, an area japan already claims it controls. the vice president talked about the dispute as he met with japan's prime minister. >> this action has raised regional stepses and increase -- tensions and increased the risk of accidents and miscalculation. >> reporter: the united states put its own b-52 into the zone last week in a move to show that washington doesn't recognize china's claim. but the u.s. told u.s. commercial airlines to give notice of their flight plans ahead of time. they are urging leaders to do everything me can to -- they can to stop further escalation. >>> vice president biden travels to
CBS
Jul 5, 2017 12:00pm EDT
north korea. >> president trump has pushed china to intervene with economic pressure on north korea but to no avail. >> the president fired off a tweet this morning pointing out that china has actually increased pyongyang. and he added "so much for china working with us but we had to give it a try." >> china and russia say they oppose any attempt to resolve the crisis by force and have opposed the u.s. and south korea end joint exercise does exercise in the region. the you in security council -- united nations security council is having a meeting this afternoon. cbs news, the white house. >> the pentagon has prepared options which involve military shows of force such as long- range nuclear bomber strikes over the korean peninsula. and test firings of u.s. missiles based in south korea. one officials said the options do not include strikes against north korea although he would not rule out the possibility of covert cyber attacks. >>> of the united nations ambassador nikki haley is taking a here is what she tweeted "." >> she apparently had a series of meetings regarding the intercont
CBS
Jan 31, 2014 12:00pm EST
in china to go home for the new year holiday? >> wow, that's a big thing. >> just like your festival, like christmas. >> reporter: these high school sweethearts live in beijing. their parents are 800 miles away in central china. but their biggest challenge is not the distance. it's getting a ticket. >> you just cannot buy it. just too many people. china will have too many people. >> reporter: entire trains sell out in seconds. stations overflow with passengers toting gifts with what looks like everything they own. the chinese military is on hand to keep folks in line, not exactly in a line. >> they call this the largest annual migration on earth. >> reporter: here it certainly feels that way. teacher john ching told us how he got a ticket. >> certain software, programs or apps to compete for the ticket. >> reporter: really, you had to compete to get this ticket for this train? >> yes. it's like winning the lottery. >> reporter: it's a lottery this accountant didn't win. her ticket only lets her stand by the bathroom. migrant workers who moved to cities to find work cram into old trai
CBS
Nov 8, 2017 12:00pm EST
. president trump continues his five nation asia trip this afternoon with the stop in china. he's talking trade and appealing for help from chinese leaders to contain north korea. before leaving south korea earlier in the day, mr. trump had a message for north korean leader kim jong-un. we have more from beijing. >> reporter: president trump has touched down in china. the third leg of his asian tour. his first stop? the forbidden city. where he sat down were a welcome tea with chinese leadership. in addition to trade the president is expected to focus heavily on raning in north korea. >> history is filled with regimes that have foolishly tested united states resolve. >> reporter: he smoke at the national assembly in seoul urging kim jong-un to abandon his quest for nuclear arms. >> the weapons you are acquiring are not making you safer. they are putting your regime in grave danger. >> reporter: mr. trump though did dial back the fiery rhetoric he has sometimes used in the past and insists there is a peaceful solution to this conflict. >> it begins with an end to the aggression of your reg
CBS
Dec 5, 2016 12:00pm EST
. the new additions included former u.s. ambassador to china jon huntsman, democratic west virginia senator joe manchin and rex tillerson. >> the value of a secretary of state took on added significance when a call from taiwan's president to president- elect donald trump sparked a diplomatic controversy. congratulatory call. >> reporter: the call is not a break from the u.s. policy called one china. under the policy, the u.s. recognizes china's view of sovereignty which considers taiwan chinese territory. taiwan and the u.s. maintain informal relations and the u.s. continues to provide weapons to the small island for its defense. >> will r this will start the -- this will china relations off in a con ten few use position. >> people had plenty to say about the president-elect phone call and not all is bad. trump being pathetic writes get over trump talking to taiwan. he has a business to run. it's not all about you, #trump taiwan. however, one says trump isn't at the white house yet and he january 2017. christie wrote #trump taiwan, where is the g.o.p. stance on this call. can't cont
CBS
Nov 9, 2017 12:00pm EST
. >>> president trump and the first lady were the guests of honor at a state dinner hosted by china's president xi. earlier at a deal signing ceremony the president said the two countries needed to fix the lopsided trade deals the u.s. has had with china but he for take advantage of it. on north korea, both leaders agreed the north must be stopped. >> we agreed on the need to fully implement all u. n. security council resolutions on north korea and to increase economic pressure until north korea abandons its reckless and dangerous path. >> the president heads to vietnam next for an economic summit. russia's government says he will meet with president vladimir putin. but we have not heard that from the white house or any other u.s. official. secretary of state rex tillerson says there will only be a meeting if there is a specific policy to discuss. but then he added a less formal meeting on the sidelines of the summit is likely. >>> and we begin with some showers around this morning, most of them were light. the bulk of the rain though well to the sout lies and coastal -- carolinas and coastal a
CBS
Jan 11, 2017 12:00pm EST
. that includes russia, and china and everybody. everybody. okay -- flush go ahead golf ahead. >> mr. president elect, you said just now that you believe that russia indeed was responsible for the hacking of the dnc and the e-mails et cetera. >> you know what? there could have been others also. >> why did you send -- undermining the u.s. intelligence community before simply getting the facts and then making a public statement? >> i think it's pretty sad when intelligence reports get leaked out to the press. i think it's pretty sad. first of all, it's illegal. you know, these are -- these are classified an meetings and reports. i'll tell you what does happen. i have many meetings with intelligence. and every time i meet, people are reading about it. somebody's leaking it out. so i said maybe it's my office. maybe my office. because i have a lot of people. a lot of great people. maybe it's them. and what i did is i said i won't tell anybody. i'm going to have a meeting and i won't tell anybody about my meeting. with intelligence. and what happened is i had my meeting and nobody knew. n
CBS
Nov 10, 2014 12:00pm EST
its website usps.com were not affected. >>> president obama began an eight-day asian tour in china this morning. he announced the u.s. and china will start granting visas to each other's citizens for up to a decade. other issues on the president's agenda include cybersecurity, climate change and human rights. craig boswell has more. >> reporter: president obama wore a traditional chinese outfit to greet the nation's president and to pose for photos with other world leaders. the president began a two-day economic summit in beijing announcing the u.s. and china have agreed to make it easier for tourists, students, and business people from one country to visit the other. >> last year 1.8 million chinese visitors to the united states contributed $21 billion to our economy and supported more than 100,000 american jobs. >> reporter: in an address to business leaders, the president also made it clear there are plenty of financial opportunities in asia for both u.s. and chinese companies. >> the united states welcomes the rise of a prosperous, peaceful, and stable china. >> reporter: the p
CBS
Oct 23, 2014 12:00pm EDT
. just the opposite is happening in china because of an impromptu visit he made to a protest. >> reporter: it may have seemed innocent enough. kenny g snapped a selfie, made a peace sign and tweeted i wish everyone a peaceful and positive conclusion to this situation. but with that this world famous musician known for his smooth jazz -- ♪ -- stepped into a debate. see, these pro democracy demonstrators who blocked hong kong streets for almost a month now are the most public political challenge to china's communist central government since the tiananmen square demonstrations and kenny g is a wildly popular figure in china. he regularly performs here and his song "going home" is ubiquitous. it's played in chinese shopping malls, airports, even on board planes. china's foreign ministry spokeswoman admitted his music is popular in china, but said wednesday we hope all foreign countries and individuals could be discrete and not support the illegal protest. those comments were not included on the ministry's official transcript. that's not the only thing that's disappeared. the of
CBS
Oct 21, 2016 12:00pm EDT
leaders about the matter. >>> saying bye-bye to the panda, that will be sent back to china in early 2017. part of the deal with the china wildlife conservation association. all cubs must be moved to china by the time they turn 4. the zoo says it's planning special bon voyage. the first cub born at the zoo since 2005. >>> why would someone go to a deserted island only to have thousands of people follow him on social media? first, a flasher is lurking around a local school. hear from parents and students who are demanding police take action. (war drums beating) fight heartburn fast. with tums chewy delights. tum tum tum tum. chewy delights. only from tums. woman: barbara comstock is too right-wing to represent me. man: or me. woman: or me. woman: barbara comstock would overturn roe vs. wade. barbara comstock: i think roe vs. wade woshould be rn roverturned.. woman: barbara comstock voted to defund planned parenthood... man: five times. woman: barbara comstock is against marriage equality. man: she even voted to let federal contractors discriminate against gay employees... man: twice.
CBS
Dec 12, 2016 12:00pm EST
rex tillerson who has ties with he's already doing business there. >> reporter: china cruise sized turn. >> i don't know why we have to be bound by one china policy. >> reporter: china's foreign minister department says without one klein, there will be no relationship between the two countries. kenneth craig. >>> shares of lockheed martin took a drop today after trump criticized the fighter plans and said he would cut billions in costs for the purchases. mr.trump blasted the cost of a new air force one last week and ended the tweet with "cancel the order." >>> still ahead on wusa9 news at noon, fake versus real. a new trend is emerging among buyers of holiday christmas trees this details ahead. >>> plus, caddyshack at the white house. comedian bill murray in a spirited competition with the putter in chief. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to wusa9 at noon. a stiff sentence for a former congressman from pennsylvania. a judge sentenced him to 10 years for a racketeering scheme that included money laundering and robbery. the judge called the crimes astonishing, given he and his t
CBS
Sep 30, 2014 12:00pm EDT
unless china gives in or hong kong's leader gives up, the standoff will only get bigger. tina krause, cbs news. >> when china took control of hong kong from britain back in 1997, it promised to allow residents civil liberties not seen in the rest of china. >>> howard is up next with the forecast. >> things are looking better for the afternoon, and the allergy update has come in. a little bit of good news here as the mold spores have dropped into the moderate category. the grass pollen, weed pollen, tree pollen, everything is low in cases of rape and incest, just like the right-wing republicans in congress. they want to overturn roe v. wade. so does she. "i think roe v. wade should be overturned." barbara comstock even voted with right-wing republicans to require women seeking an abortion to undergo transvaginal ultrasounds. that's all i need to know. i'm john foust and i approve this messge. >>> welcome back. depending where you live, your kids have been in school anywhere between four and six weeks depending if they started before or after labor day and they're just about getting in the
CBS
Nov 30, 2015 12:00pm EST
. >> reporter: the world's two biggest muters, china and the u.s. , kicked off the climate change summit. >> the united states of america not only recognizes our role in creating this problem. we embrace our responsibility to do something about it. >> a pledge made as smog climbed to dangerously high levels in china. the goal in paris is to limit global warming to 3.6 degrees fahrenheit from pre-industrial levels, but the terror threat is diverting attention. the president's first stop on french soil was to pay his respects at the theatre, site of the worst of the paris attacks. france remains on high alert, a 120,000 strong security force is stationed across the country. riot police have been deployed in unprecedented numbers. on sunday, 174 protesters were arrested for defying the government ban on demonstrations. >> president obama also discussed the fight against isis with the president's of france and china and white house officials say he will likely have a shot at another difficult chat with russians putin about his role in the battle against isis. margaret brennan, cbs news, pari
CBS
Dec 8, 2015 12:00pm EST
, see how people in china's capitol city are coping. >> out on bail but not out of the woods. next if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher, brighter denture every day. . >>> a judge has granted bail to oscar pistorius after the supreme court of appeals convicted him of murdering his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp. he will remain under house arrest until he's sentenced. pistorius said only a few words in court today as his lawyer promises to challenge the decision to throw out the original manslaughter conviction. >>> they arrived in paris today about seven hours late but safe and sound. the flight had to make an unscheduled stop in montreal last night because of anonymous bomb threat. the boeing touched down just before midnight and was met by police and the bomb squad. all 231 passengers and crew were put in buses. a sweep of the plane found nothing. >>> with a push on the doors at st. peters, pope franci
CBS
Feb 21, 2017 12:00pm EST
national zoo about an hour ago and at dulles airport where she'll leave for china in less than two hours. good afternoon and thank you for joining us. i'm andrea roane. the time yes it bao bao left the national zoo where cheesilied for -- lived for almost four jeers this morning. -- years this morning. the unite panda was placed into a heavy metal crate this morning and then leaded into -- loaded into a customized fedex truck. the zoo was shut down to the public all morning long for preparations but just opened minutes ago. before the gates opened and she was sent off, mikea turner had the chance to get a final glimpse. >> reporter: she has had a pretty busy morning, she's had time to play, she's had time to sleep. and as you can see she's filling her belly now whether this bamboo -- with this bamboo. all before hours before taking off for her home in china that will be permanent. no shortage of love, attention and bamboo a plot of it during the final hours at the national zoo. after a fun filled day of ice cake and honey monday, the giant panda laid back in the hammock this morning and
CBS
Apr 25, 2017 12:00pm EDT
korean war. in 1950. >> now to avoid that president trump is working with china on this and he's spoken to china's president twice in the last few weeks. the full senate is going to be briefed on the issue of north korea tomorrow at the white house. >>> well, it appears ivanka trump's first international trip got off to a bad start in berlin, germany. some booed her for praising her father. german chancellor angela merkel invited trim and other female leaders to a conference aimed to find ways to give women more economic power. the panel discussion the w-20 summit. a female focused effort with a group of 20 countries. . the mayors and police chiefs from various sanctuary cities are here in d.c. right now meeting with attorney general jeff sessions at the justice department. >>> today, they talked about immigration enforcement. the meeting comes less than a month after the group met with the department of homeland security to discuss similar concerns like this. >>> a group of republican students is now suing the university of california berkeley to allow political pundit ann coulter to s
CBS
Apr 22, 2015 12:00pm EDT
? >>it's a great question. basically shen yun is a show that takes ow a journey from ancient china right up to today. it centers on cross cal chinese -- classical chinese dance which has been passed down throughout the generations. and alongside to that we have a live orchestra that combines classical chinese and western instruments. we'll be hearing very familiar signs -- sounds like the violin and trumpet and then unfamiliar sounds. on top of that we have a breathtaking backdrop. you see that right now that transports the audience. the whole show is organized so that, you know, you really travel across the diverse regions and dynasties in china. so from the majestic to exploring the lives of scholars. so all of that in a two and a half hour show you get a really crash course let's say into chinese culture and history. >> you say one of the reasons why this is so important is because this is not in china. you can't find this kind of production all in one place or these acts, period. >> that's right. unfortunately a lot of classical chinese culture has been destroyed by the communist reg
CBS
Aug 25, 2015 12:00pm EDT
. china has another sharp drop today but wall street shakes off its monday jitters with a big bounce at the opening bell. good afternoon. i'm andrea roane. well, if you're an investor, you definitely need a strong stomach. after a dramatic plunge monday, the financial roller coaster is riding higher today. here's a live look at big board now, where we stand. the dow is up almost 345 points. that's a big gain from where we ended yesterday. jill wagner tells us what's behind the change in fortunes today. [ bell tolls ] >> reporter: what a difference a day makes. the dow shot up more than 300 points in the first few minutes of trading tuesday morning. >> i believe the worst is over. we knew buyers would come into this market. >> reporter: it comes a day after one of the wildest rides in wall street history. the dow plunged more than a thousand points in the opening minutes monday. it recovered almost all of the losses by midday only to drop again ending the day down 588 points. here on the floor of the new york stock exhange, traders are trying to keep the market volatility in check. they
CBS
Apr 18, 2017 12:00pm EDT
chinese president she'll jinping. he says that's why he hasn't labeled china has a currently manipulator which he promised to do during the presidential campaign. >> what am i going to do? start a trade war with china in the middle of him working on a bigger problem frankly with north korea? >> reporter: the president will shift his focus to domestic jobs this afternoon. when he signs an executive order to sc from hiring low wage foreign workers. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> china released trade data last week which shows it had actually increased trade with north korea by nearly 40% this year. and as you heard craig say, buy american and hire american is not just a slogan. it's going to be backed up by a new executive order president trump will sign later today. it aims to support domestic products and bring jobs back to the u.s. the president's expected to sign the order during his visit to a tool factory in wisconsin. >>> turnout could be the key to whether a georgia congressional seat slips from red to blue. today's special election is to fill the sixth district house
CBS
May 8, 2017 12:00pm EDT
criticized for a cash for an alleged u.s. green card scheme in china, reportedly to help finance a real estate project in new jersey. kushner's sister seemed to suggest to potential chinese investors that in return for a half million dollars investment they could get american green cards. and jericka duncan reports administration. >> reporters were shunned from publicized events in china over the weekend. nicole kushner meyer, the sister of white house senior advisory jared kushner was courting chinese investors urging them to invest in a new jersey luxury complex. escorted from saturday's session at the ritz carlton. >> nicole meyer when she stood in that room made sure that people knew she was part of this kushner family, that her brother was in the administration. >> for $500,000, investors could get a path to american citizenship through the government program which grants green cards to entrepreneurs who invest in u.s. enterprises. >> during the course of this event, they displayed the president's image because they were identifying him as a key decision nicole meyer said this
CBS
Nov 11, 2014 12:00pm EST
. president obama announced that the united states had reached an agreement with china when it comes to trade. the two nations agreed to eliminate fair arrives on high- tech -- tariffs on high-tech products. >> it shows the u.s. and china willing to work together to support the multilateral trading system. >> the white house says the tariff agreement with china will support up to 60,000 additional jobs in the united states and president obama and president putin exchanged only greetings earlier today but they earlier met briefly three times. a senior white house official said they discussed iran, syria and ukraine and the u.s. has imposed, as you may know, crippling sanctions on russia's economy for its involvement in that region. >>> turning to the midwest now where the problem is snow, plenty of it. parts of minnesota are digging out from more than a foot of snow. we have a report from minneapolis. >> reporter: people across minnesota woke up to piles of snow and freezing temperatures. >> it came early so we're going to have another long winter like last year. >> reporter: from colorado to
CBS
Dec 13, 2016 12:00pm EST
that dispute between donald trump and china. the president-elect heist it would tensions as you -- heightened tensions as you may remember when he took a call from taiwan's president. donald trump says the u.s. is not bound by the one china policy. china's government warns that anyone who challenges beijing's interest in taiwan will lift that rock only to crush his own toes. >>> cbs tuesday has learned the -- news has learned the u.s. is likely to impose sanctions on russian intelligence officials. cbs news says the cia decided in high confidence that moscow tried to influence the u.s. presidential election and helped to elect donald trump. both leaders are now calling for an investigation into this. president-elect donald trump rejects the cia's conclusion in this. >>> the president-elect's international flare-ups have drawn a lot of attention on social media recently. harriet tweets -- and daniel wrote hey, electors, your job is to honor the will of the majority. this has been an unusual campaign. hashtag #trumprussia (finally one tweeted -- so what do you think is this we'd l
CBS
Feb 10, 2017 12:00pm EST
transpacific partnership trade agreement. >>> and in a concession to china, in an overnight phone call, president trump told china's president the u.s. will stick with its decades-old one china policy which officially recognized china's sovereignty over taiwan. >>> well it appears democrats and republicans in washington finally found something they agree on. it's that white house adviser kelly anne conway crossed the line trump's fashion line in an interview thursday morning with fox news. the house oversight committee is asking the office of government ethics to consider if and how she should be disciplined. however, sean spicer the white house press secretary says the problem has been addressed and end of story. >> she's been counseled on that subject and -- and that's -- that's it. >> now it appears the president isn't happy with how spicer described his counseling. the president feels as if spicer's statements appeared that conway was in trouble. >>> well, the conway conundrum is definitely trending on social media. lucy writes some republicans are saying that some people don'
CBS
Sep 3, 2015 12:00pm EDT
plant so no reports of injuries so far. >>> in china the country held a massive parade and broadcast the event on live state television. it featured tanks, missiles, troops, and plenty of color. >> this is the largest military parade in modern chinese history. it says in many respects china has arrived, not just as an economic power but as a global military and diplomatic power as well. >> the parade takes place during a time of growing uncertainty about china's economy right now. >>> before you make weekend holiday plans, will you want to hear allyson's forecast and it's pretty good news. >> that's right. we do have good news on the weather forecast, that is if you're looking for cooler temperatures. i think a lot of us are. we'll get you the details and talk about rain, thunderstorms, showers, all in the forecast as well. keep it right here. we'll be right back. every cup has a story. dunkin' k-cup packs in my life were a good fit. a single serving for myself, it's pretty special. it is like having a dunkin' store in my home which is what i've always dreamed of. bring home deliciou
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Dec 29, 2014 12:00pm EST
senator also laid some of the blame on china for the sony pictures hack. >>> sony is expanding now. its digital distribution that have movie the interview, that was at the center of the controversy. it is now available on itunes, costing $14.99 to purchase, $5.99 to rent. it has been purchased or rented more than 2 million times, making it the studio's highest selling online movie of all time. the controversial movie raked in $2.8 million at 331 theaters independently and has been shown since christmas day and $15 million in online sales for the first four days of the release. >>> china has stepped up its censorship of google. the country is blocking google's e-mail service gmail completely shutting down loopholes that had let users access the service through third party apps. china also blocks facebook and twitter. >>> after quite a disruption sony's playstation is back online. the outages started on christmas. a group of hackers known as the lizard squad is claiming credit. microsoft xbox live also went down but that was back up and running on friday. >>> still ahead on the news
CBS
Feb 20, 2017 12:00pm EST
giant pandas having his last day at the national zoo. she leaves for china tomorrow. the crowds are growing at the zoo. >> reporter: it's a sad day and never easy to say goodbye but this is what all these people have shown up to do. it is bao bao's last day at the national zoo and many folks refused to miss it. [ cheering ] the crowds lined up early to say goodbye to bao bao. these chairs were after she accepted the ice cake in the shape of a tiny pagoda before playing with it. it means the world to this 15-year-old who came from georgia to see this in person. >> she's so cute. >> it is our last day in town and to find out the last day for bao bao, we had to be here. >> reporter: bao bao was born at thzo tomorrow marks the beginning of a new journey. bao bao is moving to china where she will breed with other pandas. all pandas have agreements with the china wildlife conservation association. >> we know it is all part about restoring the panda population but it is tough. >> reporter: an emotional day for everyone. >> she's our national treasure and has personality plus and we love he
CBS
Feb 7, 2017 12:00pm EST
left before bao bao leaves the national zoo and heads to china. she will join the fedex nd program with the china wildlife conservation association and requires all cubs born at the zoo zoo to head to china by the fourth birthday but expect a facebook painting session and a reddit chat. >>> one final look at the forecast when we return. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief, try doctor recommended gaviscon. it quickly neutralizes stomach acid and helps keep acid down for hours. relieve heartburn with fast- acting, long-lasting gaviscon. what does it feel like? like? does fearless age? or does it simply grow... stronger? fearless looks a little different to us all. but with a new carefirst medplus medigap plan, you can find yours. call now to speak with a medigap specialist in your area, and discover the strength and security of a plan with low affordable rates, and the option to add dental and vision coverage. even a fitness program at no extra cost. call a medigap specialist now to learn more. and get the support to find the answers, to every
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Oct 1, 2015 12:00pm EDT
bombings in mainland china. >> and don't forget thursday night football tonight on wusa 9. the baltimore ravens travel to pittsburgh to take on the steelers. coverage starts at 7:30 kick off at 8:25. >> this is the perfect weekend if you haven't done so already to download the wusa 9 app. you'll be able to track the storms headed our way 24 hours a day, plus get the watches warnings and alert to keep your families welcome to subway, what can i make for you? how about one of our delicious reuben sandwiches? loaded with your choice of tender corned beef or oven roasted turkey breast. we top'em with sauerkraut and swiss cheese drizzle on our thousand island dressing and toast'em to perfection on your choice of freshly baked bread. don't miss the corned beef reuben and the turkey reuben. both won't be here long, so try one today! subway. eat fresh. >>> welcome back. could a wave of deadly bombings in china be over? police say they now have a suspect in custody. the latest bombing was in a high-rise and there were no injuries reported that that one but 7 people were killed in anothe
CBS
Sep 5, 2016 12:00pm EDT
bridge tensions with china whose aggressive military expansion in asia is rattling nerves. with asia already on edge, nuclear armed test fired into the sea of japan. there is plenty of real tension behind closed doors. president obama says he is concerned by growing antiamerican sentiment, china's aggressive military aggression and unfair trade practices, all of that has complicated his plan to refocus towards asia. margaret brennan, cbs news. >>> turn to the race for the white house. labor day usually marks traditional home stretch for the presidential campaign. vice president joe biden and vice presidential nominee tim kaine campaigning in pittsburgh. biden praised him calling kaine highly qualified for the job. he says there is plenty of work to do with reviving the american economy. >>> trump and pence are in ohio in a round table discussion with union members in cleveland. trump and clinton are tied in ohio which is always a key battle ground state. >>> lanier getting a labor send off at nats park today. she's been the chief of police for nearly a decade and now she's taking a j
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Feb 14, 2017 12:00pm EST
favorite panda is getting ready to head home china next week. millions of devoted fans have watched bao bao grow up. but now the young bear is learning a new first. she's getting used to the crate that will take her to her new home. her trainer is using honey water to train her to like the crate. part of the deal when china loaned her parents to the national zoo was that any cubs would be sent to china to breed before they turned 4. >>> a family donates a shirt with a small fortune stashed in one of the pockets. coming up, find out what happens when they try to get it back. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 150 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes mr. wagner to pour a 20oz. cup of coffee, tommy can download 40 songs, and jan can upload 180 photos. 12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. get 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just $79.99 per month for the first year. cable can't offer speeds this fast at a price this good.
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Feb 5, 2015 12:00pm EST
president and the dalai lama have been together in public in spite of china's disapproval. >> represents freedom, justice, the truth and any time the president can be with someone like the dalai lama, i think it's a good thing and it also shows that they're not scared of china. >> we're hoping the president will speak tom because the president is outspoken on religious rights, religious freedom and ending discrimination. we hope he'll have a word with the dalai lama saying what you're doing is undermining your cause. >> the president and dalai lama have met before but never in public. the chinese government considers the tibetan leader a dissident. >>> what a difference a day makes. yesterday the 50s. today in the 30s feeling like the teens with the windchills. some snow in eastern new england, a coating. for us we're seeing the clouds thin. the flurries that went through are gone. we'll stay generally dry, cold and windy. gusts approaching 36 miles an hour across the metro. up to 36 in easton. they're agent lighter in the mountains. it -- a little lighter in the mountains. it will take
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Nov 9, 2016 12:00pm EST
-- between the two countries. china's foreign ministry said it will cooperate with trump's administration to ensure stable china and u.s. recommendations. flush -- relationings. >> i congratulate donald trump. >> reporter: despite trump's sharp criticism of nato during the campaign, the he military alliance says he's looking forward to working with the president-elect. in russia, president trump souvenirs are already being sold and president putin said he's ready to restore good relations with the united states. riley carlson for cbs news, london. >> and for more on the local elections and national results, head over to the wusa9 app. it's free for apple and android. >>> also free our forecast from howard bernstein started off end the day? >> with a few more showers. in spots. but then it's going to cheer out here by -- clear out here by evening time i think. we're not completely done. but hang in there you know we need the rain. we really need this rain. >> we do. i moved a believe it or not out to get -- plant out to get some rain. >> you could just put water you you know. -- what's happen
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Dec 21, 2015 12:00pm EST
least 85 people are still missing this afternoon after a landslide in china. dozens of buildings came crashing down around an industrial park in china near a major manufacturing center. seven people were pulled from pulled from the rubble with minor injuries. >>> we are now just four days from christmas and into the final frenzy of -- phrensy of shopping -- frenzy of shopping. we're sharing a wall 06 wishes. -- of wishes. susan posted i wish my family would put the bs behind them, love one another and move forward with happiness together. never see it in real life but we can wish for it. anna wishes i wish for no more cancer and allyson is wishing for snow. reporter: no. >> you can get your wish on the wall by tweeting or instagramming with wall of wishes or posting on the wusa9 facebook page. check out the wall at wusa9.com slash wishes. . >>> it was just a wish if you're hoping for a white christmas or even a cold christmas. reporter: yeah, much of the country east of the mississippi, warm as can be. if you want a white christmas, you've got to head to the rockies. its going to be s
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May 1, 2017 12:00pm EDT
and says he may be willing to put aside trade disputes with china in order to get china to use its influence on north korea. >> trade is very important, but massive warfare with millions potentially millions of people being killed, that as we would say trumps trade. >> the u.s. navy has positioned the carrier u.s. carl vincent in the area just in case. >>> let's talk d. c. sports. the washington capitals are set to take on the penguins at 7:30 tonight in pittsburgh. it's a must win. the caps are hoping to climb out of a 2-0 hole in their second round series. >>> and the wizards got off to a great start last night, but it was short lived. the celtics pushed back and hit a ridiculous amount of 3- pointers and celtics take game 123-111. >>> and what a game this was, history was made at nats park yesterday by anthony rendon. he had three homers and get this, ten rbis to help the nats win over the mets. 23 to 5, yes, it's the nats highest score in franchise history. >>> delta is taking another public relations hit after video of this exchange between a pilot and a a few eyebrows. >>> a
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Mar 28, 2017 12:00pm EDT
, the top countries of origin for naturalization were mexico, india, the philippines, china, and the dominican republic. >>> sanctuary cities in california and elsewhere could lose millions of federal dollars. attorney general jeff sessions has announced the department of justice will block approximately $4.1 billion in funding to so-called sanctuary cities. in some sanctuary cities, local law enforcement choose not to comply with federal detainers requesting information on or custody of undocumented immigrants. now if local authorities interfere with a detainer their city could lose federal funding. >>> meanwhile, federal agents have arrested the faer of one of the students charged with raping another student inside 43-year-old adoll foe sanchez reyes is being held at the harford county jail. this is his son 18-year-old henry sanchez young. he and 17-year-old jose omantano are both illegal immigrants charged with rape. attorney general sessions used the opportunity to address a proposal in maryland to make the entire state a safe haven for undocumented immigrants. >> well you know m
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Sep 9, 2016 12:00pm EDT
to say that china, russia, the united states, everybody shares concerns but we're trying still to monitor and find out precisely what took place. >> reporter: president barack obama was briefed on the incident as he traveled home from his trip to asia. in a statement he said the united states does not and never will accept north korea as a nuclear state. the president says north korea's test would be met with serious consequences. >> every time we condemn them, they come back at us with another test. >> reporter: just this week, the country missiles while china hosted world leaders at the g-20 summit. officials say the nuclear test not only violates un supreme court council resolution but raises concerns that the nation is a step closer of building a nuclear war head capable of reaching the u.s. mainland. the white house. >>> on the campaign trail, donald trump is headed to washington, d.c. this afternoon. he will address the values at the hotel. he was in ohio yesterday to the talk about education but it quickly turned into a rant about hillary rodham clinton. he accused her of f
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Apr 28, 2015 12:00pm EDT
concern about china's land reclamation and construction activities in the south china sea and the united states and japan are united in our commitment to freedom of navigation, respect for international law, and the peaceful resolution of disputes without coercion. we also remain united in pursuit of peaceful -- [indiscernible] -- of the korean peninsula and addressing north korean provocations. we fully support japan's efforts to resolve the abduction of japanese citizens. i met with the mother of one of those act ductees and she -- abductees and she described the awful pain so i know how important it is to the japanese people. our i growing -- our growing -- [indiscernible] -- gives us thu opportunities to enhance security across the region. with respect to trade, we reviewed the progress our teams have made toward the transpacific partnership. i know the politics around trade can be hard in both our countries. but i know that prime minister abe like me is deeply committed to getting those done and i'm confident we will. i often point out, for example, there are many japanese ca
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Apr 1, 2014 12:00pm EDT
you vsee >> no, but leme tell you pandas. in china they hunt them for food or cloth. hobao. you want see to see >>to know panda. >> reporter: e're excited for the really exciwe are g out all over thknow how contain their excitement today. nt to give you agent mo info. they are panda cub things up called collars so he ca tree. there is alhabelow the tee that -- tree, of a tree, he get hurt. fk we're calling jit ome out and see the panda because it's pretty darn cute. debra alfarokne, wusa9. she's wearing fur. come on. it's okay,nd black white, is d a beautiful day to fortunately it isfrom has details in our -- hothe in futurecast. how is ' goit okay today and tomorrow. it will be thursday by friday shed is what g or two drops. doesn't look like much as that stuff is falling apart. as we into tomorrow morning and afternoon, we're seeing a couple of sh coming acros area. that's concern for the day on y. but thursday, look what happat midnight showers overnight. during the day on thur>sday, we're okay through middayevening, her batch of showers that could certainly imany travelin
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Apr 24, 2017 12:00pm EDT
her daughter charmed him with a chinese folk song. but what happened that day in china is what's grabbing headlines. her life style brand won approval for three potentially lucrative trade marks. the timing raises expressions about whether ms. trump who remains the owner of company is propertying from her white house role but according to four independent trade mark experts interviewed by cbs news the approvals were standard. dan klein is in hong kong. >> there certainly isn't any indication these marks shouldn't have been approved and if you treat these as any other indications by any applicant i don't think there's a smoking gun here. >> ms. trump has been applying since 2008 including one of her name in mandarin while her father was running for president in 2016 she filed for 34. nearly twice the amount she applied for in the previous eight years. so far six of those trade marks were rejected, four have been approved. the three green lit on april 6 for ivanka trump's spa services jewelry and hand bags took 11 months to process falling within the typical timefr out on certain d
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Dec 14, 2015 12:00pm EST
south china morning post. the deal is worth about $266 million, including properties in hong kong editions of casmo poll tan and esquire magazine. they believe it will help improve china's image in the western media. at least that's what they hope. >>> amazon says no to hover boards. the retailer is pulling most hover boards from its online sales after reports of the toys catching fire. sales are suspended until manufacturers can provide documentation proving the hover boards meet safety requirements. >>> blue bell ice cream is coming back. the texas company says it is back on store shelves now. blue bell spent months cleaning its production plants to ensure the ice cream is safe to eat after a listeria outbreak back in april. the ice cream was linked to listeria cases, including three deaths in kansas. >>> and expect long lines at the post office today. the postal service predicts this will be the busiest mailing and shipping day of the year. keep in mind, you have until tomorrow to send packages and letters standard mail so they will get there in time for christmas. express mail
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Apr 17, 2017 12:00pm EDT
to test his resolve. >> on the diplomatic front the white house is looking to china north korea's trading partner to turn up pressure on the north. >> either china will deal with the problem or the united states will. >> kim jong-un staged a massive show of force with the parade marking the birth of his grandfather the country's founder. missile tests were expected but the launch of a missile failed sunday exploding seconds after lift off. north korea has promised another nuclear test at the time of the dictator's choosing. craig boswell cbs news the white house. >> the national security advisor will not say if the u.s. sabotag missile launch this weekend. in 2013 president obama ordered electronic strikes against the north's missile program. >>> all eyes are on the supreme court today as neal gorsuch takes his place on the high court replacing the late scalia. justice gorsuch asked his first questions from the bench in a federal worker's employment discrimination claim. later in the week justice gorsuch will hear his first major case one involving separation of church and state i
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Aug 20, 2015 12:00pm EDT
central china right now. flooding has left 11 dead and 13 are missing. mud slides have now destroyed dozens of homes there. >>> take a look at these aerial shots. this is the aftermath from the deadly blasts in china. that's all that's left after the explosions in tianjin. green peace took the photos and there's new concern that high levels of dangerous chemicals still remain at that site and perhaps by some estimates, hundreds of times higher than is considered safe. >>> some of us could be in for a wet commute and a wild one. erica is tracking storms that could be headed our way. >> and the storms are likely to produce heavy downpours. that could lead to heavy flooding. and we could see ponding on the roadways and intense lightning. i'm going to track thos >>> reservations are in order and we don't have a room for you. we have advice for that exact situation. and it sounds like something straight out of seinfeld. you know how to take the reservation but not hold it. >> this happened to me. i was in san francisco and i had a bunch of meetings set up and they didn't have a room for m
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Sep 15, 2017 12:00pm EDT
stateswants china and russia to take direction action against the forth. . >>> new information out of montgomery county. sources tellwusa9 that catherine hoggle has been indicted on murder charges for the death of her 2 children. sara and jacob disappeared in 2014. police are longconsidered the mother a prime suspect, but the courts ruled her incompetent to stand trial. catherine hoggle is set to appear in court later this afternoon for a hearing. >>> some disturbing new details on the murder of a popular local teacher who was expecting her first child. police confirmautopsy show laura wallen was shot in the back of the head. her former boyfriendtyler tessier is the accused gunman. police are still looking for the weapon. tessieris charged with first degree murder. . >>> investigators are trying to determine the cause of a deadly fire in prince george's county. crews responded to the call in the 1,900 block of callaway street. they found flamescoming from the basement of the home. firefighters say theyencounter hoarding conditions throughout the home and found a person dead in the hou
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Aug 15, 2017 12:00pm EDT
the regimes sudden advancements mean it received those missile advancements convinced china to go along with tough new u.n. sanctions. on monday, china banned all imports of north korean ore and seafood. the united states and south korean military plan to carry on joint military exercises starting next week, and those exercises are seen by north korea as rehearsals for war. ben tracy, cbs news, seoul. >>> the number of people killed from massive mudslides in the west african nation of sierra leone continues to rise. more than 300 people were killed. some of the victim's families aren't waiting for help to arrive, they're been searching for their loved ones themselves. it's estimated as many as 3,000 people have been left homeless. the names of the two 82nd division paratroopers killed sunday in iraq. they're 22-year-old sergeant allen l. siegler jr. of texas, and roshame brooks of new york. this was siegler's first deployment. both were killed when artillery aimed at isis in northern iraq exploded prematurely. >>> we're following a developing story in the alexandria section of fai
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Apr 5, 2016 12:00pm EDT
boy is home safe with his family after he is rescued from a well in eastern china. crews lowered oxygen tanks so the child could breathe while they figured out how to rescue him. responders managed to loop a rope around the boy and pull him back up. he suffered only minor cuts. and he fell 300 feet into that well. >>> topping today's health alert, he has become an unexpected advocate for medical marijuana. 67-year-old tamar mier decided to move to arizona after years of pain from a shoulder injury. she is one of 92,000 arizona patients who use medical pot. myers says she never tried marijuana until recently. but now, she says she wants to spread the word, that a drug she thought it was. >> really, it has been a game changer for me. because my pain level has been reduced so much. i think that so many people at my age and i'm 67, i will be 68 this summer, who have never tried it, and are afraid of it, or think of it as a stigma against, it, should give it a try. >> arizona medical marijuana patients consume nearly 20 tons of the plant last year. >>> new data suggests millenials are
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Sep 2, 2016 12:00pm EDT
price this good. >>> this is a fascinating story out of utah. a family whose son in china a decade ago have renewed hope that he is still alive. former byu student david sunsetton is in north korea and married with children. the family plans to appreciation pressure the u.s. government to get him back once and for all. >> it was a miracle. >> david was 24 years old when he disappeared in china in 2004. they believe he was abducted by north korea. and this japanese news article seems to confirm that. >>> and allison is tracking her forecast coming up. >>> that's right this is saturday, 3:00 in the morning, showers are approaching ocean city. so what did the rest of the weekend look like? i have the rest of the futurecast right after this look, the wolf was huffing and puffing. like you do sometimes, grandpa? well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor. she said... symbicort could help you breathe better, starting within 5 minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden s
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Jun 1, 2015 12:00pm EDT
the screens use, julie watts for cb news, san francisco. >>> china students a tough new anti-smoking ban. people are not allowed to light up any more inside public places including the beijing birds nest stadium. 300million people in china smoke. the country accounts for one- third of the world's lung cancer deaths. >>> the new york cosmos are in cuba. the soccer team arrived there last night for an exhibition against the cuban national team. they were joined by brazilian soccer legend pele following the normalization of relations between the u.s. and cuba. they will be the first u.s. sports team to play on cuban soil in 16 years. it will be played tomorrow night. >>> i was lasting cuba -- last in cuba when the orioles played the nationals. >> i was never in cuba. >> i'd love to go back. all right. >> weather feeling tropical again today. >> yes. i don't like it. >> me either. it's been a lot. early on in the season right? it definitely feels like summer but then tomorrow we actually get the cooldown. today actually the start of meteorologicaller? . today is the laicity we have in th
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Aug 7, 2017 12:00pm EDT
korea understand the reality as well. >> reporter: china has actually increased trade with pyongyang over the first half of the year, but has cut how much it buys from north especially coal. cbs news, the state department. >>> president trump discussed north korea during an hour-long call this morning with secretary of state tillerson, and his new chief of staff, general john kelly. >>> now again, the u.n. sanctions against north korea bans exportations of coal, iron, lead, and seafood. the sanctions ban additional north koreans working outside the regime as well. >>> u.s. troops who are at risk for suicide are not getting the care they need. that's according to a new study that's being released today by the rand corporation. the new research reveals only 30% of troops with depression, and 54% with ptsd received appropriate care after they were deemed at risk of harming themselves. the study also found 1/3 of troops with ptsd were prescribed medications condition. >>> an american airlines flight suddenly encountriered severe turbulence saturday afternoon. the flight, which took off f
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Nov 10, 2017 12:00pm EST
that china trade practices have put americans out of shoulder with russian president vladimir putin. they shook hands but no specific meeting is planned. the trump administration withdrew from the transamerica partnership. >> we will compete on a fair and equal basis. we will not let the united states be taken advantage of anymore. >> the first lady is wrapping up her trip to asia. she stayed one more day in china to have visit the beijing zoo and great wall. it's the last stop, and then she will greet our amazing troops. >>> dave mathews and jay-z at a benefit concert last night for the victims of th added to the $15 million in donations already collected. >>> if you're a landlord or know one, don't miss this story. d.c. officials need your help. more than 200 veterans are homeless but shouldn't be. many have vouchers to pay for housing but no place to call home. we caught up with a homeless veteran who could be weeks away from a new life if housing opportunities become available. >> that's where we sleep, where we pray. >> reporter: living in a suite for veterans at a shelter wher
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