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Apr 21, 2017 4:59pm PDT
the government up and running fast approaches. >>> france's rust belt. why global investors will be focused on this european nation this weekend. >>> a family dilemma. if the only insurance carrier in eastern tennessee pulls out of obamacare, what happens to those who rely on it? those stories and more, tonight on the "nightly business report" for this friday, april 21st. we bid you good evening, i'm bill griffeth in for tyler mathisen. >> i'm sue herera. we're coming to you tonight from the new york stock exchange, where the market's focus is squarely on washington. we're now one week away from the government potentially shutting down. even though congress is in recess, leaders in both the house and senate are working to reach an agreement that will keep the government funded past the april 28th deadline. but those negotiations may have been thrown a curve ball. the white house budget director said one of the priorities of the trump administration is money for a border wall. >> when you talk about funding the government, there is an opportunity for us to work together. and what we'
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. >>> coming up now, this weekend's election in france is shaping up to be another fight between nationalism and globalism. far right versus somewhere in the center. now two american presidents, frump and obama, are jumping in, getting involved in this fight. anyway, the anti-immigration nationalist is getting trump behind him, and we can see the most eruptive election in years over there, very much like we just had here. >>> plus freedom of speech on campus. u.c. berkeley, a public university, cancels a speech by ann coulter. they've since rescheduled. but the group that invited coulter is threatening to sue the college. >>> and christian bales is here with us tonight. he plays a journalist in the new movie the promise, which bears witness to the armenian genocide. >>> finally let me finish tonight with trump watch for this friday night. this is "hardball," where the action is. hey, i've got the trend analysis. hey. hi. hi. you guys going to the company picnic this weekend? picnics are delightful. oh, wish we could. but we're stuck here catching up on claims. but we just compare
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, a part of life in france. it raises the question how much more of this can free people abide? well this latest hit impact the choice of the french as they had to the polls to elect their next leader. this happening hours after a big coup as they negotiate the release of an american woman held three years in egypt. hello, everybody, i am martha maccallum. it is day 92 of the first 100. we start in france. where we are learning more about the suspected extremists believed to be behind a deadly sneak attack on police officers. he is a frenchman who had been on the radar of authorities for years. this isn't the first time he's attacked police. this american tourist was a witness. >> we saw the shooter in black, had a black rifle. it look like an ar-15, sounded like an ar-15. at that time, my wife yelled, "run," ran to the corner as fast as we could. it was absolute chaos. panic, with all the people hit here on the street. people were falling down. >> martha: this attack comes days before the first round of voting in the french presidential election for both president trump and former p
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
how it's effecting france's upcoming election. >> we're tracking the weekend forecast. it did warm up today. we had 80s. more 80s in the weekend forecast. >>> french authorities are releasing more information on the suspect in yesterdays terror attack in paris. and on the police officer who was shot to death. the shooting in the heart of paris has also thrown a spotlight on france's presidential election. >> french investigators now say a 39-year-old french citizen who pledged his allegiance to isis acted alone when he opened fire on police officers. as thursday evening fell on the popular boulevard in the heart of paris the shooter killing one officer, wounding two, and injuring a german tourist when he left his car and opened fire. american tourists were among the witnesses to what french authorities are calling a terror attack. >> he rang out about ten shots towards the police on the road. at that time my wife yelled run. >> police returned fire killing the suspect, but not before the 37-year-old officer lay dead. just a few weeks shy of his birthday. the shooting coming less th
BBC News
Apr 22, 2017 12:00am BST
france has ended ahead of the first round of voting in the presidential election. the final day was overshadowed by the attack in paris on thursday. the paris prosecutor has confirmed that a note found near the gunman's what it contained messages empathetic to the so—called islamic state. wrapping up their campaigns, all the candidates addressed the issue of national security. this report from paris. the french prepare for an election organised under a state of emergency. armed police have been a common sight in the streets since the 2015 shootings in paris. 50,000 of them have been deployed across the country. security has been stepped up around famous tourist sites. like montmartre in the capital. the french are also used to soldiers patrolling their city. when the campaign started many believed it would be defined by terrorism and security. it turned out voters have so far been more concerned about unemployment and the economy. it remains unclear whether thursday's attack will have a last—minute impact on people's choice. we've had enough of anxiety and things like that, with
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
: le pen promises to make france great again but not clear the french will take her up on it. le pen is trying to take advantage of the latest attack saying that this country should close all islamist mosques, still she has a steep hill they say she will likely advance to the second round but likely won't become france's next president. >>> to the promise from president trump toting a massive tax cut next week as he ends the year of the first 100 days, a traditional mile post for a new administration. for weeks the president has embraced that 100-day benchmark with many of candidate trump's promises so far unfulfilled today he called it a quote ridiculous standard. nbc news chief white house correspondent hallie jackson has the story. >> reporter: in the race to his first 100 days, president trump sprinting to the finish after high-profile stumbles, a new move from the president. >> we'll have a big announcement on mondwedne wednesday having to do with tax reform. >> reporter: he'll unveil massive tax cuts rolling out a broad strokes proposal that's been in the works for weeks and ad
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. when it happened we knew just what to do. >> reporter: saint frances canceled nonurgent procedures and doctor's appointments. >> i'm trying to go to the doctor. >> reporter: and? >> the doors are closed. >> reporter: emergency services continued on generator power. >> we have enough power to last several days. hopefully it doesn't last that long. >> reporter: jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >> san francisco mayor ed lee said there were no major accidents so perhaps people used caution and slowed down. live coverage of this widespread power outage continues on the abc 7 news app. we'll send out a push alert as soon as power is restored to everyone and we are still waiting for the final 3,000 customers to get electricity. we'll also bring you any breaking developments live here on abc 7 news. >> the man accused of killing three people in a shooting spree in fresno this week appeared in court today. kori ali muhammad's appearance was very brief because of an outburst he made in court. abc reporter alex stone has the details. >> reporter: muhammad's time in court was very short. >> give black
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
strongest and borders and what's been going on in france. defense secretary james mattis saying there is no doubt syria still has chemical weapons. he was speak at a news conference in israel. mattis warned bashar al-assad's regime not to use them. >> they retained some. it's a violation of the united nations security council resolutions. they would be ill advised to try to use any again. we made that clear with our strike. tom: joining me now to discuss the various hot spots. former ambassador to the united nations, john bolton. there is breaking news out after dissident group in iran saying the iranians are violating their agreement by secretly working on a nuclear bomb, nuclear missile, something to that effect. have you herd about that? john: it's information that's never been revealed before about secret military sites where work that iran has been conducting long before the agreement on the limit application of the nuclear technology has now been made public. this is part of the problem with saying that iran is complying with the nuclear agreement because they manifestly a
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm PDT
several knives. isis quickly claimed responsibility but said the attacker was a belgian. france is already on its highest state of alert after two years of terror attacks. the presidential election just two days away. all eyes on far right candidate marine le pen, whose campaign has mirrored donald trump's. this morning, the president tweeting, another terrorist attack in paris. the people of france will not take much more of this. will have a big effect on presidential election. le pen today calling for a crackdown on france's borders. the president in an interview with the ap suggesting this latest paris attack will probably help le pen. whoever is the toughest on radical islamic terrorism, he said, and whoever is the toughest at the borders, will do well in the election. >> alex, i want to get back to what you just said. isis had claimed responsibility. french police quick to say no evidence isis was behind the attack. >> reporter: the paris prosecutor said there was no evidence the suspect had been radicalized or had ties to islamic terror. but they're deploying 50,000 extra fo
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
, and several knives. isis quickly claimed responsibility but said the attacker was a belgian. france is already on its highest state of alert after two years of terror attacks. the presidential election just two days away. all eyes on far right candidate marine le pen, whose campaign has mirrored donald trump's. this morning, the president tweeting, another terrorist attack in paris. the people of france will not take much more of this. will have a big effect on presidential election. le pen today calling for a crackdown on france's borders. the president in an interview with the ap suggesting this latest paris attack will probably help le pen. whoever is the toughest on radical islamic terrorism, he said, and whoever is the toughest at the borders, will do well in the election. >> alex, i want to get back to what you just said. isis had claimed responsibility. french police quick to say no evidence isis was behind the attack. >> reporter: the paris prosecutor said there was no evidence the suspect had been radicalized or had ties to islamic terror. but they're deploying 50,000 extra
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 11:30pm BST
overall tax burden down, rather than having to have their hands constrained. as france goes to the polls for the first round of voting, prosecutors say the gunman who shot dead a policeman in paris was a convicted criminal. a report into the deaths of three soldiers during an sas exercise in the brecon beacons has concluded it could happen again. hello and welcome to our look ahead i bringing us tomorrow. record, and the barrister and broadcaster sophia cannon. tomorrow's front pages. thank you for staying for a second review, which is an unusual retreat! the financial times says there's alarm within downing street as the chancellor hints that he wants to scrap the 2015 conservative pledge of not raising taxes. the mirror also leads with the chancellor's comments. it suggests mr hammond has signalled he could increase vat or income tax. the times says sources in washington have told the paper president trump is prioritising a trade deal with the eu over britain. the daily mail warns of a new mortgage price war as lenders cut interest rates. the sun also warns of tax rises and pensi
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
jeff pegues. thanks, jeff. president trump today weighed in on france's presidential election, predicting yesterday's paris attack will help the far-right candidate, marie le pen, in sunday's vote. he told the associated press, "she's the strongest on borders and on what's been going on in france. whoever is the toughest at the borders will do well in the election." elizabeth palmer has the latest on the attack in which one officer was killed and two others wounded. >> reporter: what made karim cheurfi decide to open fire on police yesterday and die in the act remains a mystery. french born and 39 years old, he had a criminal history of attacking the police. as officers secured the area around last night's shooting, they found a note by cheurfi's body defending isis. but in his last brush with the law just two months another police said they found no evidence of radicalization. john finley and his family from kentucky were strolling down the busy champs-elysees yesterday when he opened fire. >> i start running, my wife starts running. i get behind them. he's still shooting. >>
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
. isis quickly claimed responsibility but said the attacker was a belgian. france is already on its highest state of alert after two years of terror attacks. the presidential election just two days away. all eyes on far right candidate marine le pen, whose campaign has mirrored donald trump's. this morning, the president tweeting, another terrorist attack in paris. the people of france will not take much more of this. will have a big effect on presidential election. le pen today calling for a crackdown on france's borders. the president in an interview with the ap suggesting this latest paris attack will probably help le pen. whoever is the toughest on radical islamic terrorism, he said, and whoever is the toughest at the borders, will do well in the election. >> alex, i want to get back to what you just said. isis had claimed responsibility. french police quick to say no evidence isis was behind the attack. >> reporter: the paris prosecutor said there was no evidence the suspect had been radicalized or had ties to islamic terror. but they're deploying 50,000 extra forces on to the
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
voting in france's tight presidential race. then, one-on-one with u.n. secretary general antonio guterres for his first u.s. television interview. >> ( translated ): we cannot forget we live in a world that conflict is multiplied and we need to address the root causes of this terrorism. >> woodruff: also ahead, missing children-- recent cases in washington, d.c., highlight unique challenges in cases involving missing children of color. >> there's a term that's often used, which is, "the missing white women syndrome." where, if you're not with blonde hair and blue eyes, your story is just not sensational enough. >> woodruff: and, it's friday. mark shields and michael gerson are here to analyze the week's news. all that and more, on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> the ford foundation. working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change worldwide. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions: and friends of the newshour. >> this program
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
steps that our allies seem to take. there is an important election in france this weekend. elections in germany later this year. the russians are interested in those elections. we'll need to work closely with our allies, closely within our own government to i can ensure we take these steps to ensure nothing like this can happen again. >> bottom line, the house and the senate should not step on the fbi because if there is a criminal investigation they can make a lot of trouble for a criminal investigation if indeed there is one. there is some investigation going on. anyway, gentlemen, thank you both. >> good to be with you. >> well, he's back. former president obama making his first public appearance monday, but is that bad news for democrats? a very prominent democrat is blaming obama for something big. also the trump justice department versus the nypd, new york police officials slamming the d.o.j. for claiming they are, quote, soft on crime. >>> and suing president trump for inciting violence, the president's lawyer saying today protesters had no right to protest at his rallies. a youn
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
: in paris, france, a gununmn opened fire with an n automatic rifle on the champs elysees thursday, killing a police officer and seriously wounding two others before he was shot dead. police identified the attacker as karim cheurfi. a french citizen who served 15 years in prison after he was convicted in 2001 of shooting police officers. isis claimed responsibility, saying one of his soldiers carried out the attack will stop the assault came days after french voters had to the polls sunday for election that will see the top two presidential candidates advance the runoff election may 7. in media news, former fox news star bill o'reilly will receive a payout of about $25 million, equivalent to one year's salary, after he was fired on wednesday amid revelations that over a half-dozen women accused him of sexual harassment. o'reilly's payout follows a $40 million severance package paid to former fox news ceo roger ailes last year after he was accused of sexual harassment by more than 20 women. in ohio ststate regulators say , crews constructing thehe $4.2 billion rover pipeline spilled
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
name of preserving science itself. >>> how will yesterday terror attack affect france presidentiale election. >>> steve hartman shows you how he became the hero of his basketball team just ahead on the "cbs evening news". >>> but first on the water for a reason, and this is in quick trip, when we come back wait until you hear how long they will be paddling and why they are doing >>> community leaders are pad dling this weekend for a good cause, clean water. >> more than 20 people will begin a three day kyacking adventure to explore waters off the delaware river near camden and philadelphia. this trip coincides with marches for science, it is happening nationwide, in honor of earth day. it will investigate rarely visited waterways to evaluate their condition and come up with creative ways to educate people about them. >>> very lucky, that because it is earth day and clean water act movement, back in the early 70's that these waters are now recreationable and we cannery connect like we did for hundreds of years along these waters. >> when the trip is over they will have paddled more t
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
paris tonight, after terror struck france once again. a man with an ak-47 shooting at a police van, killing one officer, seriously injuring two others, and hurting a tourist. when he fled, police fired off rounds of shots. >> it struck paris last night as it has in europe. >> reporter: the man responsible, 39-year-old karim sheurfi, he showed no signs of radicalization, and not on a terror watch list, and along with other weapons in his car and information on other police headquarters, a handwritten note, defending isis was found on his body. isis has claimed responsibility for the attack. this family looked terrorist right in the eyes. this family from kentucky from in paris, marking their 30th anniversary. >> we saw the shooter with the gun. and he started shooting bullets in the air. and the police were in the street. so it was a very terrifying moment. >> he pointed -- he did this and it went this direction. i could see very clearly the machine gun. >> reporter: all this happened with the first round of presidential elections here this sunday. security and terror, already a maj
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
words or rules for using the "n" word. >>> authorities in france release details on a note found >>> people in paris are leaving flowers at -- investigators have identified him as a 39- year-old french citizen. they think he acted alone but he had a note praising isis and that terror group has claimed responsibility. back in 2005 the shooter was convicted of trying to kill a police officer. he served 11 years in prison. police question him in january after a tip that he threatened law officers but they found no evidence and they let him go. >>> formal charges against the israeli-american teen accused of threatening jewish community centers. >> they are charged in florida and georgia and the justic department. he made multiple bomb threats and active shooter threats to several jcc's throughout florida. the investigation continues into other incidents including threats to jewish groups in both montgomery and fairfax counties. >>> we will take you to a u.s. town that is selling for as much as some homes in the d.c. area. >> but up next a blackout in a large portion of the bay area.
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
kind of frig frightenifrigh frighteni frightening, at least if you live in france. do you live in france? okay? if these two radical candidates made it into the second round of the election, i expect our stock market will sell off on monday morning. but i feel like any france induced pull back is a buying opportunity. because in the end the french election has nothing to do with -- coming up to one of the four weeks a year where too many companies report all at once. i want to hit the highlights now so you're prepared and don't complain on twitter, please, because i didn't get to your stock. i got a jam packed thing here. monday we hear from kimberly clark, and it's like goldman-sachs in the '80s. this is a strategy that has never failed me and this time will be no different. hasbro has reported too much inventory at the store level. my guest is that hasbro will not serve the same fate. it's more experiential, and it does a huge amount of business selling disney toys, and given that we have new "star wars" movies coming down the line, i bet it's a winner, not a loser like mattel.
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 11:00pm BST
having to have their hands constrained. as france goes to the polls for the first round of voting, prosecutors say the gunman who shot dead a policeman in paris was a convicted criminal. a report into the deaths of three soldiers during an sas exercise in the brecon beacons has concluded it could happen again. and at 11:30pm we'll take a second look at tomorrow's papers, including: the times says trump is not preferencing britain. good evening and welcome to bbc news. on day three of the election campaign trail the prime minister and the chancellor have given theirfirst hints about the conservative manifesto. theresa may says she'll keep the current spending on foreign aid, despite pressure from some within her own party to cut it. but she would not commit to keep the so—called triple lock on pensions, which guarantees they rise by inflation, average earnings or 2.5% each year, whichever is highest. labour says it will keep it. and the chancellor philip hammond has hinted that the conservatives will end the party's promise not to raise income tax, vat and national insurance. our
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
she's strongest on borders and she's the strongest on what's going on in france. from your perspective, are those comments from the president appropriate? >> i don't think they're appropriate and i also think that he is really feeding in to the putin play book. once again. because that's precisely what vladimir putin wants. he has given la pen over $12 million in a loan. she visited him in moscow very recently. it will absolutely be the doing of the european union if she is elected. and potentially nato. it creates an opportunity for vladimir putin to move forward with imperialistic actions in europe and that would put us in a ground war conceivably. and it's very alarming that the president would weigh in like that and i hope he regrets it and keeps his twitter account shut down when he is dealing with international elections. >> congresswoman jackie spear, thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> just ahead, carter page connection. political analysts, getting ready to weigh in on cnn's exclusive reporting. indications that russia tried to use page and other advisers to inf
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
france. as long as the attacker is muslim they take credit if he says allahu akbar. trump was not a recruiting tool for them as they said. and neither is le pen. president trump accelerated the war against isis and is giving his military commanders the tools. i expect le pen to do the same. so this doesn't help isis. they are just looking to take advantage of it, and i don't think we should give them credit. charles: they do tell the world, this is us, we did this. i think ultimately there will be voters in france who pulled the lever last week who probably two days ago weren't going to vote for le pen. but after the most recent attack, they will say i do see the light and we'll protect our country. so there won't be any definitive victory for the west. >> i think if we continue what we have been doing, that's almost certainly the case. what we argued for some time is we need to use essentially the strategy that ronald reagan used to defeat the last totalitarian ideology that tried to take our country and civilization down. it was formulated in a then classified document. and it cal
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 10:45pm BST
than having to have their hands constrained. as france goes to the polls for the first round of voting, prosecutors say the gunman who shot dead a policeman in paris was a convicted criminal. a report into the deaths of three soldiers during an sas exercise in the brecon beacons has concluded it could happen again. and at 11:30pm we'll take a second look at
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 2:30pm PDT
impact in the election at all -- katya: that is absolutely right, and legally in france there will be a news blackout. no more polls, no more political information until sunday night. so soon it will become clear what the shooting impact was on the boat. and though emmanuel macron marine le pen appeared to be the two. runners, there are we can still say it is a four horse race. a large number of voters will say they make up their minds at the last moment. not benot clear, we will clear until sunday night. and then we have to find out what it will be -- we will be back here in two weeks' time. and only then will we find out to france's next president will be. correspondent now with the center for strategic and economic studies. i spoke to her about the attack and what the ramifications and implications could be for the election. marine le pen said the authorities were guilty of the blindness and weakness of this man's history. the situation, she has been consistently tough, law and order security. she knows she can use this to her advantage. the problem is french security that servi
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 2:30pm PDT
feeling the jitters over the first round of voting in france's presidential election on sunday. u.s. stocks falling on those nerves but also on news that the treasury department has refused to grant exxon a special sections waiver to drill for oil in russia. all major indices in the red. european indices down for the week. the european dax -- will -- france24 24 spoke with -- about how markets made react. >> it is fair to say the markets are not priced for an extreme outcome. perhaps if we were to see results, then the that would come as a surprise. there does seem to be quite a deals, as well as in the euro right now. assuming we don't get the markets mentioned, the -- google, and other giants expect to hit revenues of nearly 70 billion euros. thousands of visitors and thereds of companies, but industries facing some harsh reality as some consumers are slow to adopt technologies. >> back to the real world. touted reality has been as a means of revolutionizing how we play games, watch tv, travel, and even communicate. it was supposed to propel vr to the mainstream. but sales are not
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 10:30pm BST
elections in france and the heightened security at polling stations which open tomorrow amid yesterday's tack in paris. let's begin with a reflection on what has been happening in the election campaign after the announcement of the snap election earlier in the week which took everyone by surprise, not least the conservative party. the daily mirror is where we will begin. more election u—turn. tonsil suggests he will drop the 2015 pledged not to hike taxes. —— the chancellor suggests. i think he has said he wants more flexibility. this is meant to be the brexit election and it is tax on every paper all day today and all day tomorrow. it will be a tax election this weekend. the tories want to drop this tax bombshell on labour. it has bounced back. philip hammond has said he will have to raise taxes. we know he will have to raise taxes. we know he will have to raise taxes and he has said that the 80 could go up. why would the daily mirror go on the 80? that is because it hits the poor harder than the rich. they spent about 10% of their vat -- rich. they spent about 10% of
to get there and train them in france before committing them to ground combat. world war ii is well-known. 1942, go look at the history of 1942. look at guadalcanal. look at the naval battles in the south pacific. my father fought in the central pacific. 1942 was a disaster for the united states military in the pacific, and it was a disaster in north africa. look at june 1950. korea, yet again. where we were completely in a state of unreadiness. tank force smith deploys with two squads, two platoons out of a company, maintenance and equipp equipment that didn't work. soldiers not trained. the ultimate impact of all of this stuff is cumulative and results in failed battles, lost battles, and dead soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines on the battlefield. that's what ultimately results in. >> thank you, mr. chairman. mr. chairman, i yield back. >> mr. brown. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i want to thank general goldfein. for bringing attention joint base andrews, in my district. glad to hear that no life threatening injuries to the pilot. no reported injuries on the ground. obviously, i
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
they claimed responsibility for the attack. president: first our condolences to the people of france. it seems it's happening again. i saw it walking in. it's a terrible thing, terrible thing going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist it looks like another terrorist >> the mainstream media pounced on the attack for calling it what it is, terror. >> president trump said right off the bat, it looks like another terrorist attack. france we haven't been comfortable to call it that or report that. >> the coverage is get ago head of the fact. the president was referring to what i think he was watching on television. you do wonder are people going to take what he said as some idea that, it's -- he knows something more than what anyone else does. >> unlike what you may of heard during the press conference from bred trump, although he theoretically knows more than french leaders would know. right now french police say they don't know if it's an act of terror. they're not ruling that out. >> in a tweet today the president predicted the strike in paris "will have a big effect
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
earlier today "another terrorist attack in paris. the people of france will not take much more of this. will have a big effect on presidentially election ." >>> russian military aircraft responded earlier today flying off the coast of alaska. u.s. defense officials say it is the fourth time in four days these sightings have occurred there. the russian aircraft did not enter u.s. air space and new u.s. air force planes were scrambled in response. they don't pose any military threat but u.s. officials are taking notice of the high appreciate see with which they've occurred. >>> the man accused of killing four men in fresno california faced a judge. >> let thy people go. >> that was kori ali muhammad shouting in court. he had two outbursts. he was supposed to be arraigned but instead the judge ordered a doctor to examine him hm he killed a motel six security a guard earlier this month and shot three other white men at random on tuesday. his next hearing is may 12th. >>> world news tonight with david muir will have much more on today's top stories including the deadly attack in paris. you
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
in france, which is already low at 35 hours. here's the consensus on the polls about what's going to happen on sunday. the believe is is that marine le pen and centrist will be the final two that face off two weeks from now. when that happens, macron will win by a landslide. nobody here believes it. they're so worried after what they saw with brexit, after what they saw with the united states and donald trump surprising everybody. they think there are surprises in store for this election, especially when the first round is so close, melissa. back to you. >> what are strategists saying about the impact of the terrorist act on the elections? >> reporter: so the terrorist attacks that occurred last night about 48 hours after that, marine le pen has run on security on increasing the military, on supporting the borders and on much less immigration and trying to eradicate what she believes are very radical islamic mosques here in france. why we believe that a political presence here that she benefits. but fillon, the guy that likes mark thatcher. he is strong on security. they believe he m
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
flown back to the u.s. yesterday on board a military plane. >>> a day of mourning in france following the deadly attack in the heart of paris. a police officer killed after a man leaped out of a car and opened fire on a police the shooting cast a shadow over the final days of campaigning in the french presidential election. a shadow that president trump thinks will impact the outcome. nbc's matt bradley has the latest. >> reporter: french prosecutors have managed to paint a very disturbing portrait of the purp trart who killed a police officer here in central paris last night. that man, 39 years old, has spent many years in prison, had a very violent history and multiple run-ins with the police, but no discernible history with radicalization, and no real connection with isis. but police did say they found a note, espousing isis ideology next to his corpse after police shot him. the manhunt for any accomplices is expanding. last night police raided a house said to belong to his family and arrested three of his family members. now, since then, there's also been a ea omplices who might h
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
claimed responsibly for the attack. france's prime minister is dismissing criticism from marine le pen in the wake of the attack . he says the french national front party leader was exploiting the situation to score political points. >> i want to remind marine le pen that in terms of the fight against terrorism, the fight against terrorism is difficult. exaggeration is not a gauge of efficiency. she demands the engagement of secret services but fails to remind that her party voted against the antiterrorism laws. alisa: the prime minister says nothing in the investigation links immigration to the shooting. french officials plan to increase security with the first round of the presidential election set for sunday. 11 candidates are expected to be whittled down to two before a winner takes all round on may 7. tune in to bloomberg for our special coverage. been is whelan officials say another person was killed today in a wave of anti-government protests sweeping the capital city. that brings the death toll up to at least nine. demonstrators have been marching against what they call a slide
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
taxes. he also ordered a review of the dod-frank reform law. >>> in france the man who targeted police and terrorists had a history of assaulting officers. one police officer was two others wounded when that gunman jumped out of his gun with a machine gun and started shooting. he was killed trying to flee. isis is claiming responsibility. this comes at a sensitive time for france. the right wing presidential candidate called for the closing of muslim mosques and for closing france's border. that is hotly contested election is sunday. >>> a lot of people are expected here in washington on saturday for the march for science. organizers say it will be the largest pro science demonstration ever. they are outraged over president trump's denial among climate change and other things. people are gathering at 8:00 tomorrow morning. the main stage rally begins at 10:00. at 2:00 the marchers take off. they leave the monument grounds and head to union square which is along third street. >>> the father of maryland governor hogan >> larry hogan senior passed away lamajor stroke this past saturday. i
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
in paris comes at acil call time for france and all of europe. on sunday french voters will head to a polls for presidential election. many people, including president trump, think the attack could catapult a candidate to the front like trump himself. thief political correspondent -- chief political correspondent scott thuman joins us and just back from paris. scott: this is a crucial moment for the future of the country and the french government mobilizing 50,000 police officers to protect polling stations this weekend. another 7,000 soldiers on patrol. another attack in paris shook the city of lights and may shake up the world of politics. the candidate that pitched herself on toughest on immigration and terrorism is marine le pen of the national front. a populist party that wants to been a religious expresses like wearing burqa in public. we followed her on the campaign trail. >> "destroyed national borders and now we are forced to build new ones in the country." scott: le pen is frequently compared to president trump who tweeted this morning, "another terrorist attack in paris.
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
woman died in that crash, two passengers from the back seat were also injured. >>> in france authorities say that the man who killed a police officer and wounded, and wound three dollars others in paris had a note on him defending isis. investigators believe that attack on police was captured on this cell phone video. they say it appears to show suspect car next to the police van and two men with weapons drawn. one officer was killed and two other officers were wounded. the woman was also caught in the gunfire. investigators also say that 39 year-old kareem trophy served time for previous armed assaults on law enforcement. >>> state of arkansas carried out its first execution in nearly a dozen years and has plans for three more. convicted murderer ledeli was given a lethal injection just before midnight, lee was sentenced to death for beating a woman to death with a tire iron, in 1993. he was one of the eight inmates arkansas officials sought to execute before the lethal injection drug expired april 30th. the state still plans to put two more inmates to death on monday, and o
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
free decision guide. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france again. it is happening it seems that it has happened again. is a terrible thing that's going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say. it just never ends. we have to be strong and vigilant. i've been seen for a long time. he qualified it. present trump is under attack again. he called yesterday's shooting a police officer a terrorist attack a lot of other media has done that in the past. take a look at what has happened. present trump said right off the bat. we have not been comfortable to call it that or were report that but we will have more upcoming reporting. the only thing is on what's going on in paris always a dangerous time to be ahead of the facts. i think the president was referring to what he was watching on television. you do wonder if people are going to take what he said as some new idea. if you recall even in his answer. the president said looks like a terrorist attack. now we have the associated press. that terrorist attack. watch this. ele
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
paris has thrown france's presidential election into chaos as three candidates scrap their campaign plans in the final hours of the race. fox's lauren blanchard has the latest from washington. >> reporter: french investigators now say a 39-year-old french citizen who pledged his allegiance to isis acted alone when he opened fire on police officers along the champs-elysees. as thursday evening fell on the popular champs-elysees boulevard in the heart of paris, the shooter identified as today rim cheuurrfi. killing one officer, injuring two and injuring a german tourist he leapt out of the his car and opened fire. american tourists were among the witnesses to what french shorts are calling a terror tack. >> he rang out about ten shots towards the police on the road. at that time my wife yelled, run! >> police returned fire killing the suspect but not before the 37-year-old officer lay dead. just a few weeks shy of his birthday. the shooting coming less than 72 hours before france's contentious presidential election and it occurred just as a debate between the three candidates was unde
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
exploded. you see the black smoke rising, michael france treatment of second degree burns, boating with his father, one of them was refueling and the boat exploded and both men ended up in the water. a charter boat captain managed to tow them away from the pier and into deeper water. >>> let's take a look outside once again. overcast in some area, probably getting some rain and nasty weather. we certainly are sarah and tisha, i have an update now, the worst of the weather is pretty much exiting the beltway on the east side. warning that had been in effect for the district has been dropped because the storm moved out of the district. but it's going to continue for prince george's county, the southern tip of st. george's county. the big concern is the large hail they have been producing and gusts to nearly 60 miles an hour. the possibility of a bit right in this region where you seehe east side of the beltway, that is part of the storm that is likely continuing to produce the hail. i'm going to put this in motion for last hour and you can see that it's seems to be getting a little bi
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
eventually say, we're losing our sense of what we are. that's what's happening in france. this is our home, is the campaign slogan for le pen. this is what i think you saw happening in america. these forces are so big that unless we understand them better, unless we restrain them, we're going to look back on trump and be grateful. >> it looks like the right in all of these western democracies knows how to exploit this and win. the left seems to be clueless on how to handle it. >> the left doesn't know anymore how to talk about things like our country, the nation, identity, culture, meaning. what it means to be an american. they're so busy splitting everybody's identities into these small racial, ethnic gender, whatever, they don't see what's lacking in this bewildering time is who am i as an american? what does this country stand for? what does it say to me? this gives people a sense of meaning and community. you trash that, make it completely bewildering, you have mass immigration over many years, which is also illegal, and you will get this response, especially when all over the wes
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 10:00pm BST
candidates to the shootings betrayed the stark contrast in their vision for france. centrist emmanuel macron spoke of the need for unity. while firebrand far right front runner marine le pen called for the closing of french borders and the expulsion of foreigners on the watch lists of the intelligence services. before last night's shootings one in three french voters said they were still undecided who to vote for, so has the attack changed things? translation: the vote on sunday mustn't change things. that's what the terrorists want, that we vote hate and division. we mustn't. translation: every attack has an impact. it pushes people more to the extremes. the french presidential election has ramifications far beyond the country's borders and not just security related. france is europe's third—largest economy so it's france is europe's third—largest economy so its president will have an impact on brexit, on the future of the euro and on the european union as a whole. and if there is a victory here for the far right, or the far left, that will be a boost to populist politics across the con
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
. investors bracing for so kind of an impact ahead of sunday's elections in france. >> i will watch the elections on sunday night. it will have a dramatic impact, as you suggested the far left, the far left candidate and far right candidate are final two and two center people are out. that would be a bad outcome. david: steve, of course, terrorist attack in paris yesterday, the panel is back, they were so good we held them over for another segment. the terrorist attack gives more credence what marine le pen is talking about on the campaign trail, how you have to close the borders and tighten up. what happens if she wins? >> the first round nobody will come close to 50%. the question is, who will be her opponent. if it is that extreme leftist, france and europe will be in very deep trouble. larry fink will be absolutely right. that has the market on tenterhooks. if it is one of two centrist candidates, that candidate will win. france will have a chance to get back on its feet. one of those is by french standards, pro-market, tax reform and regulatory reform. wants to get france back agai
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
of campaigning for sunday's first round of voting in france's presidential election. 11 candidates are vying to succeed francois hollande. the two candidates who receive the most votes head to the second round on may 7th. polls show a very close race. current and former presidents weighing in on this race. barack obama calling the centrist candidate macron, the leading contender to stop far right candidate marine lepen. president trump says he believes the terrorist attack will have an impact on the voting. joining me to talk about this is christopher dickey, msnbc contributor and world news editor for the daily beast. thank you so much. really appreciate it. >> my pleasure. >> so let's talk about marine le pen. she, when this happened, urged the government to restore its borders, to kick out foreigners who were under surveillance. is president trump right, does this attack actually give her something of a boost? >> it could. i think a lot of people expect that it will, including president trump. but you have to know also that a lot of people here in france read that tweet by presi
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 9:00pm BST
paris and right across france, head of the first round of residential voting on sunday. but those fatal shots fired by karim have already cast a shadow over the ballot. in this election, not everyone fighting for influence isa not everyone fighting for influence is a politician. last night, a lone attacker with an often matic weapon brought chaos to the capital's well guarded heart. his target, french police. curling a country on the cusp of an election after two years on high alert. this mobile phone footage shows the moment he killed a policeman and injured two others before being shot dead on france's most famous street. the policeman he killed was identified today, and dead for doing his duty, the interior minister said. the group calling itself islamic state has claimed responsibility, the gunmen named as 39 the rd frenchman karim cheurfi —— karim cheurfi, who had already spent yea rs karim cheurfi, who had already spent years in prison for attacking police. officers today searched his family house east of paris, three of those living there are now being questioned. neigh
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
injured. security stepped up. france's president met with his defense council this >> this attack is coming days before the country begins the presidential election and it could have an impact on the results. >> thanks. german police arrested 28-year-old man trying to blow up a bus carrying a professional soccer team this month. we are learning it may not be terrorism. i may be a case for money. the man tried to short the team value and then profit from their demise. prior to the explosion there was an abnormality in the stock market with somebody buying options in bulling. meaning they were expecting a sharp decrease in prices when it comes to the value of the team nancy: this weekend could bring one of the largest protests we have seen since shortly after the election. march for science. the approved permit has 100,000 people listed. richard reeve has more. richard: they are hoping to fill the area in capitol. maybe 150,000 will participate. they will march to union square. the fences, the stage society up. they will march here at the capitol at 2:00. this is not only to celebrate
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
year but the undecided one across the ocean in france. how the terror attack in paris could be swaying voters as that election neergs. es out there and adapting them to work for you. the ultrasound that can see inside patients, can also detect early signs of corrosion at our refineries. high-tech military cameras that see through walls, can inspect our pipelines to prevent leaks. remote-controlled aircraft, can help us identify potential problems and stop them in their tracks. at bp, safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. >>> welcome back. more now in our world lead. heightened tensions surrounding north korea as it approaches another important national anniversary. tuesday marks 85 years since the founding of its army and the regime oftentimes to show off so that its military might on such holidays. of particular concern, possible preparations detected for a sixth nuclear test. this as cnn is learning that those missiles displayed at the north korean parade last week are not just for show. let me bring in cnn's pentagon correspondent barbara starr. b
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
state of politics, he is talking about the state of politics in france. he does seem to be hedging his bets to one particular candidate that is raising eyebrows here. more after this. said what they meant? the citi® double cash card does. earn 1% cash back when you buy, and 1% as you pay. double means double. ♪ ♪ i'm dr. kelsey mcneely and some day you might be calling me an energy farmer. ♪ energy lives here. why pause a spontaneous moment? cialis for daily use treats ed and the urinary symptoms of bph. tell your doctor about your medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, or adempas® for pulmonary hypertension, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess. to avoid long-term injury, get medical help right away for an erection lasting more than four hours. if you have a sudden decrease or loss of hearing or vision, or an allergic reaction, stop taking cialis and get medical help right away. ask your doctor about cialis. >> neil: president trump says next wednesday, a
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm EDT
stimulus. on the surface, a very quiet day, like equities. a quick mention of france. we have to talk about france because they have the election coming up. a modest increase in yields. macronenign outcome with getting through, but no one too eager to rely on the polls. anything could happen. are bettingestors up safe haven currencies like the yen, like the swiss franc. you see it whether it is the dollar-yen or euro-yen. 1% --eek it has climbed less than 1% this week. the shooting in paris yesterday did not have much effect on the down other than weighing already thin liquidities and options. joe: on commodities, i want to talk about oil and gold. decline in oil, west texas intermediate dropping below $50 a barrel. more concern about rising u.s. supplied. no clear answer what will happen with the future of those production cuts out of opec. oil ending the week below $50. here is the intraday chart tung around 10:00. scarlet: those are day's market minutes. we want to take a deep dive into the bloomberg. you can find our chart using the function at the bottom of the screen. i want to
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