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BBC News
Apr 22, 2017 12:30am BST
favourite takeaways, how they survive watching endless children's programmes with george and charlotte and they had a go at announcing this week's radio 1 chart rundown. this is how it all happened. best behaviour on bbc radio one! adele robinson is here. how are you feeling before the marathon?” adele robinson is here. how are you feeling before the marathon? i spent my whole time feeling terrified but i really excited now. it's so good you are on the of this campaign. who are you running a marathon for? is fantastic charity called heads together. they are trying to stop mental health being such a stigma and trying to encourage people to be open, so you have your physical health and people are really good at telling you how to look after that. at school they tell you about nutrition, looking after your body, but no one tells you how to look after what's going on inside. do you know, we have to be honest with you, we try to find some celebrities to come in and say hi to wish you luck, because you are going to need that motivation. so we tried loads of people. jedwood were busy. bobby nor
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
the number of laws passed through congress. in the first 100 days president clinton had 24. george w. bush 7 and mr. obama 11. and president trump? >> he's passed 29 bills, which is more than obama passed in his first 100 days. >> reporter: but they haven't been significant legislative achievements except for one. >> he has one success. he has gotten the person on the supreme court. >> reporter: instead, the president has relied on executive orders to keep some of his campaign promises on immigration travel bans and epa regulations. some are being held up in court. >> what we're seeing right now, the sort of legislating by executive order is probably not the most effective means as what we've seen going on in the first 1 shun days. >> reporter: some say what the administration has done so far opens up a discussion about what president trump's 1,000 days might look like. u.c. berkeley lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. >> former president obama will make the first public appearance since leaving the white house on monday. mr. obama will participate in a town hall style discussion on commu
ctc it is positive. so what i have recommended in public we need the government to incur a george enforce those methods. it is one way to focus to deliver the high value. >> is the pleasure to hear you in the future of the u.s.? >> good question. they do with they vulnerable population in need to begin to put in the transformation if i was a federally qualified health center probably that is the third thing that they need for:to deal with the lower income population and there are some really good models for that. those are my top three things. the issue needed open access of performance measurement to measure very carefully with your practitioners for best practices. there is always a collection but those are the top three to focus on. >> so would everyone shares shares, what advice steve have for the individual consumer? perhaps they're using that information? >> the last part of the work is a vice for patients. there are to appease the the first is scheduling. it is easy to ask potential practice. if you don't to open access scheduling a cannot get to the day that i need you i a
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm PDT
awaiting toxicology results. cuba gooding jr. posting a picture with one word, eternal. >>> and george w. bush posting a picture with his father. in the hospital, but said to be getting better. we love hearing that. >>> when we come back, two years after diane sawyer interviewed caitlyn jenner, the new interview. diane asks, does she ever doubt she did the right thing? and does she still support president trump? that's next. it's about moving forward, not back.t. it's looking up, not down. it's being in motion. in body, in spirit, in the now. boost® high protein it's intelligent nutrition with 15 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. for when you need a little extra. boost® the number one high protein complete nutritional drink. be up for it or how high the pollen count, flonase allergy relief keeps your eyes and nose clear. flonase helps block 6 key inflammatory substances that cause nasal congestion and itchy, watery eyes. for relief beyond the nose. flonase. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis like me, and you're talking to your rheumatologist about a medica
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
george's county and hailed all the way into the chesapeake bay. what is left nothing of a warning, thi the super cell. there could still be one or two places especially this storm down here moving into part of charles county, i think that could potentially have smaller hail with it. no warnings but you'll get heavy rain and lightening and pea size hail, these will continue moving away. i wanted to show you we've had a tremendous number of hail reports, these were large reports of halley all of these indicate severe hail and a number of threes down especially hard hit in montgomery county. so we're going to go see that the worst is over as we go through the rest of the night. we are not done with rain. this is what's coming for the weekend. there's a lot more rain coming out in the tennessee valley, and that round of rain will begin here probably tomorrow morning. not thunderstorms, just rain that's going to be heading in our direction. here's a look at your weekend forecast. only about 63 degrees tomorrow. showers off and on through the day and a steadier rain developing later taking us to
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
out. you know, george w. bush decided not to. dick cheney took -- instead remember during the first year of of the obama presidency, he sort of spoke out with sort of the verbal rhetorical opponent from the previous administration. it seems as if president obama wants to be his own defender of his administration. >> and on north korea, they're expecting to do another nuclear test before the end of the weekend. what does the trump white house do with that? if that one doesn't blow up? >> look, it's interesting, i think we all need to take a look carefully at what president trump said yesterday about north korea. he was basically invited to ramp up the rhetoric and he did everything he could not only no, no, there's some progress the chinese are making here. we now know there's going to be a full-on briefing on north korea for all senators middle of next week. look, we don't know exactly what the chinese promised the president during that summit at mar-a-lago a couple weeks ago. but clearly something was promised and i think by next week we'll have a better idea of what it is. >> all
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
accomplishments, like obama and the stimulus or george w. bush and the 2001 tax cuts. he hasn't gotten anything through congress. and particularly this stands out because of the way that he sold himself on the campaign trail as a businessman who makes deals. that he would be superior in this regard and bring people together. so, if you are that coal miner or that unemployed manufacturing worker in johns town, you're wondering what it is that he's delivering for you, because greta, i just remember these people and talking to them all over the place thinking this is a businessman who is going to come in and push some of this onto me, some of this wealth and make the country flourish economically. >> annie, if he does this on the 120th day, i think even the fact he didn't get it in 100 days is nothing. i think this is somewhat of a construct we in the media have created. he's taken the bait and we created it because he made all these promises. >> it's completely arbitrary 100 versus 120. but for him it's a marketing thing, like this is a deadline that he's trying to show. he knows there will be a
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
the district into prince george's county. that's the storm that you see there with the lightening right in this region and that is the storm anne arundel and calvert until 6:30, prince george's county you were dropped. there's a second impulse around clinton, it is not as strong and does not have a warning but it is possible to this could have gusts to 40 and pea size hail. it came into southern montgomery county, hail reported in the district as well. large hail into prince george's county. one of the largest reports was in takoma park with hail almost to the size of golf balls, but everyone indicates where we either have large hail or a tree down and there are a lot of trees down in montgomery county. the very latest is our storm near clinton might have a little bit of hail with it also tracking to the southeast. it does not aea to be as large as the hail that we were seeing with the super cell but these are the two hail so you can see we're not seeing the brighter colors, likely the large hail threat is diminished but as we put it in motion, you can see where it had yellows and
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
impressive from silver spring all the way down into much of prince george's county. let me show you pictures. we appreciate all of this video and pictures and it's pretty impressive. we will start with roxanne in silver spring. you hear how loud it is? yeah. next we have dave. and he was on the bus when the hail started to fall. that will make some noise. you can even hear the hail. we are talking pea to mothball size hill. this is from our very own. hail is covering her deck. and that is hail in the garden too. takes a we will come back and talk about our weather yellow alert tomorrow. it will feel more like march than april this weekend. >>> we are getting all kinds of reports of wires down in montgomery county. that is where we find sarah. there is a big tree down over by you, sarah. >> reporter: yeah. you can sure see what happened. a giant tree into a house. the bedroom behind me completely destroyed by that tree. there was a family inside. possibly two small children and two adults. they were not in the bedroom when this happened. as you can see too there is a branch on the wi
president. my unfortunate predecessor, he was not given that title under president george w. bush, therefore did not have that direct access. he managed to do a very credible job despite the lack of that access. he got many important things he needed to get done but you cannot do everything a presidential adviser of science can do if you're not whispering in the president's ear. president obama bestowed that title on his chief technology officer. he restored the full complement senate confirmed directors. the previous administration only directorsmitting the for environment and national security and international affairs. support,president's the numbers. the president gave us three times as much to do and we had to work half again as hard. the president made clear that he wanted his science and technology officials of appropriate rank to be at the table for policy discussions or insights. that meant i would be at the meetings of the national security council, i would be in the meetings of the national economic council, my deputies would be in the principal level meeting. extremely
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
going back that far, to george washington. >> the only thing worst than being in jail is someone else's jail. being in a foreign jail. >> they would release you. >> i wouldn't be in an alabama jail. >> i would learn to like it. i would start a little five in the prison cell. >> talking to yourself. >> yes. >> exactly you and your monologues enough, get home. >> leave it there. update from the president's two top aides and the great progress the administration is making keeping illegals from crossing over the border. jeff sessions and john kelly, ahead. >> attorney general jeff sessions and home land secretary john kelly are finishing up their first joint tour of the mexican border. last night we spoke with them both. she asked when shall the building of the wall begin? >> i think by late spring early summer we will have prototypes and move forward into the summer. we won't do it all in one afternoon but get at it as quick as we can. >> sessions credits the president with the progress made to keep illegals out. >> this credit goes to president trump. it's his message this border is no lo
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
still a warning until 5:15 for prince george's county, montgomery county and even parts of northern d.c. as well. we have numerous storms out here, but this is the game in town. right here, through northern prince george's county, a few more storms towards charles county. but we've been watching this one, has had a history of producing wind and hail through montgomery county and is now right on top of college park. if you're around the college park area, i'm going to zoom in and show you where it is. right around college park, along the border with d.c. look at the lightning here. a ton of lightning, and this has been enhanced over the last 10 to 15 minutes. that tells me the storm continues to strengthen on this trail moving to the south and east about 30 miles an hour. largo 5:19. heads up in these areas. get inside your house. if you're out and about, you do not want to be out when this storm moves in. no more severe weather this weekend but a lot of still tracking this storm as it moves down to the south and east. i would not be surprised to see a new warning put into place for
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
isn't over. it's heading to the east. >> it's going to prince georges county like they thought. not a huge surprise there. the hail very impressive. anything over two inches is pretty impressive for us. it was grape size hail. about the size of a penny. let's start with live look outside. the storms are pretty much past national airport. a little brightening of the sky. temperature knocked down to 79. dew points are very high. we talked about this on this is producing severe weather. this is heavy in charles county and heading toward calvert county. right now they are not severe. they are heavy. and it goes until 5:45. that is simply an extension of the other warning. pretty heavy storms. as we mentioned not a good thing. you haven't left yet. i think it will hold rocket. the hail will kind of you know wax and wane. i think you will some hail with the storm. you see the big lightning around fedex. heavy rain too. we are talking about 1-1.5 inches we have enough problems with the traffic here. check out the hail tracks. this is right around mount ray nard. if t .1 inches in diameter. c
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
until 5:45. for the district. pulling through prince george's from bowie to clinton and now into anne arundel. southeast. some of the areas in the path up to 5:20 morning side. what i want to show you, we have had the reports. this is a storm report. inch yaf size of a hail that is chevy chase. we'll see more of this added on. winds and hail are the biggest threats here. today has been isolated. but it has packed a punch. 5:30 to 6:30 and by 7:00 it's going to drift south and east. in the weekend is not the prettiest time. we don't want to sell a solidly wet weekend for saturday and sunday but there is going to be some period of t and done sunday midday as this pulls out of here, half an inch north of town to an inch, inch and a half or more across the metro area. the track will keep it south along a cusp. but if the system lifted northward, we could see more rain. the heaviest period of rain for us is saturday to sunday. when you wake up, there could be a few dry hours. there is some time to get out. but the rain will pick up late in the day. 63 on saturday. by sunday afternoon
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
spoke about her own adjustment to parenthood. >> little george, you have no idea what you are doing. no matter how many books you read. nothing can prepare you for that. >> there is no rule book, training, you just have to learn from previous generations. you have to do what you want to do. >> it has been a week of unprecedented revelations as royals work to raise awareness about mental health. they have brought in celebrities like lady gaga who are shared their struggles. >> when you wake up, you are so tired, you are so sad, you are so full of anxiety, and shakes thaw can barely think but everyone is saying like this is a part of me, and that is okay. >> reporter: royals say even a simple conversation could be the the first step toward healing. >> a form of medicine. >> young royals hope that these candid remarks help others by raising awareness for mental health issues. >>> big change is now official at west chester university. christopher fior10o was inaugurated as school's 15th president today. he scored as interim president but has been with the university for 33 years in total. w
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
montgomery county that's affected. but into prince george's county, and you know, they were hard hit in prince george's county last night, so not only is there hail, let me show you that we're also seeing a little indication of a bit of rotation and off that is the case when you have hail with these storms. this is where we're seeing some hail being reported that has been moving out loudoun county. the hail is getting more intense and be aware of that. tremendous amount of lightening. 102 lightening strikes in last 30 minutes as this storm is moving to the east, southeast about 30 miles an hour. we still have a few more storms but there's a frontal boundary that will sweep most of this out of here in the next few hours, but again, i'm going to go this storm, but i do believe there's something -- this is is not quite as big but moving along interstate 70. let's put that in motion so you have as much lightening still a significant storm, this is the biggest one down to our south here's a few more moving down into charles county. let's give that a little bit of motion and you can see mo
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
really special. >> reporter: then a surprise performance by george clinton. >> we were just jamming to him that's why we have no voice le left. >> a lot of -- like minded people in a room with so much love. >> so much love and energy. >> reporter: through the weekend these roughly 2,000 ticket holders will return day after day looking for to the lineup of musicians sharing memories, tours, performances. surprises and everything prince. >> cry all the way through the first day and second day at least one day we'll be able to be calm. >> that was fox's lea a bean know reporting. coming up next hour live from prince's famous paisley park studios. >>> a tennessee teacher accused of kidnapping his teenaged student will not be arraigned until monday now. meanwhile family and friends of 15-year-old elizabeth thomas are breathing a huge sigh of relief now that she's home safe. police found her with 50-year-old teacher tad cummings at a cabin in north california yesterday. they had been missing since last month. the cabin's owner called police when he learned about cummins. >> kidnapped a girl.
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
versus george w. bush, he decimated the democratic party's ranks all over the country. he didn't build the infrastructure inside the democratic national committee. to george bush's credit, for eight years i was on the national committee, it was building the ground game to elect sheriffs, county counsel, governors, house members and that was because he had a history of party building. so the president certainly to me owes the democratic party a tremendous amount of work and service to help them try to get back in some sort of power after losing the governor shegovernor and senate all under his watch. em a guy who believes in political parties and believes we need two of them. that's what i'm looking for. let me see if he's really besides lip service, will he come in and do what governor rendell said, try to lead the charge back. right now it's easy to criticize president trump. he's an easy target. so was obama. but you have to have an organization to win and get your farm team out there and he left them literally decimated. >> louise, very quickly before we go, because we are getting a
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
for president obama, 11 for first george bush, 43. critics slam trump for not taking action, do you think these numbers prove them wrong? do these executive orders matter in that sense? >> well, partially. you have to define your terms here though. if you're looking accomplishments, signing something as an executive order, some are saying we'll make a plan to do something else, you can say that is achievement. some have been more impactful than others. he is well within his rights for the most part to be doing this, but the larger questions are what legislation is passing? what are some lasting things he is getting done. executive orders as president obama learned can be undone with the stroke of a pen when the next guy or gal shows up. that is why i think the more lasting, the stuff that will be with us for a while, he has signed a number of bills passed by congress on the congressional review act which is a way of undoing last minute regulations from obama. those are legislative accomplishments that the president has signed into law. and also, i think we heard before, it is true,
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
aya from george mason university about her efforts as well to bring aya home. live at the white house, jeff goldberg, abc7 news. brian: i showed you the storm at the top of the show. now there is a warning. it's on the edge and east of leesburg. western portion of the county. this is near lanesdown moving east at 30 -- this is near landsdowne. there have been the wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour. if you are in the path of the storm, there is a warning unti this is the beginning of the weekend. the weekend shoutment be severe but -- weekend shouldn't severe. jonathan: maryland governor larry hogan received condolences all over the country following the death of his father. former congressman larry hogan sr. died last night following a stroke he suffered a week ago. the governor announced his father's passing in a facebook post calling him a hero. michelle: a memorial -- nancy: a memorial to remember the army specialist killed in the blackhawk helicopter crash. jeremy tomlin's service held in a chapel. the chopper went on monday. the cause is under investigation. jonathan: a cri
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
few days with little george, no idea what we were doing. no matter how many books you read. nothing can -- >> there's no rule book. there's no training that teaches you -- you learn from previous generation and what you can translate that into what you want to do. >> prince william talks about lose his mother, the impact and how he raises his children. i'm sure it's profound. >> yes. >>> lots of ways to pull ow a loose tooth. perhaps the most iconic, tying one piece of string to the tooth and the other to a doorknob and -- shut the door. >> keep an eye on the boy's little brother. >> one more little string left. soon as i close the door, ping. ice cream, candy, movies, everything. >> you're ready for it to come out. come on. be brave. >> ooh! >> oh, my -- >> well, there you go. the boy -- >> the boy laughing thanks to little brother and his dad speeding up the process. the video has now gone viral. like, enough talk. let's just get this done. >> there it is. >> i don't know. >> fantastic. >> now let's do the whole tooth fairy thing. right? does the brother share in the proceeds? >>
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
that police know the identity of a teenager found dead in prince george's county easter sunday morning, they can move ahead with finding her killer. 17-year-old tasia chase was stabbed sunday morning in forestville. she staggered onto a stranger's doorstep looking for help before she collapsed and died. >>> final goodbyes today to a soldier killed in the black hawk helicopter crash on monday. a memorial service was held at the chapel at ft. belvoir to remember jeremy tomlin. th mary's county during a routine training. he was just 22 years old. >>> an alexandria woman could face more than a decade behind bars. jurors pound paula thompson marshall guilty of killing her husband after an argument over whether their aging dog should be put to sleep. >>> the site of the deadly shooting in paris has become a memorial. one officer died, and two others were injured. the attacker was killed by other officers during that attack. >>> well, spring means prom and graduation season is just around the corner. >> that's right. so do you think it's okay to let your kids drink at these events? as long as
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2017 3:55pm EDT
tray in his hospital remember he was shot. and it was two-part dairy price supports. george w. bush's first piece of legislation he son was i'm sure you'll remember, the whistleblower protection act. and that was in april. so there is not necessarily a lot that doesn't get done in the first 100 days. i think we are a little bit you know, recent memory, obama clearly because we are in economic crisis there was a lot that happened. the stimulus bill and i kind of handicap that one. because getting politicians to spend money usually isn't a heavy lift. but the auto bailout, other things. a lot happened in the first 100 days. it has really been the exception more than the norm. but what i do think looking forward, what is different and distinct about this administration is that the unity divide has seemed too hard. to get anything meaningful done, i've been very heartening because it feels real. but even, to get a meaningful thing have to be able to sleep. that does mean 60 votes in on any of the really big meaningful stuff, it is a little bit difficult to see that happen. even th
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
about deregulation. the tax area. hopefully that can get done. george bush -- sorry, reagan came in '81. >> yes. >> right. >> january '81, august 5th, first face of the tax cuts came in. let's get speeding on this, okay. >> you're watching frill 28th, possibility of a government shut douc shutdown. >> keep the eyes on that, because that stops payments on many programs that are hooked to this continuing resolution, sue, d, is declining interest rates, bringing the dollar down, brought banks down, sue, and oil down. the e is earnings. earnings is one of the three reaso reasons i believe the market goes higher. this is a pause everybody hoped for. earnings 10% up this year, 10% up next year. secondly, the capital, global capital, all over the world, is trading the best in the world here today. interest rates. regulation. this is a place where capital, massive capital, sue, bill, keeps coming in, and thirdly, euphor euphoria. exception of a handful of stocks, you know what they are, smart phone makers, social network companies, other than a handful, euphoria is not here. the stocks were
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 8:00pm BST
people will not be mps in the next parliament. george osborne, the former chancellor, has decided he only needs five jobs instead of six. he is on his way. nigel france is not going to make an eighth attempt to become mp. presumably he does not wa nt to to become mp. presumably he does not want to lose again. he is still an mep, although he has successfully abolished that position.” mep, although he has successfully abolished that position. i do not think that is a long—term career move for him. there will be some names we saw defeated in 2015, vince cable, for example, is trying to make a comeback. simon hughes. will the lib dems benefit from the remain constituency they seemed to discover in the richmond by—election? they could re—establish their presence in parliament. i do sometimes wonder if the new lib dem bounce is a bit of a media bubble. their national poll rating is not more than 12, 13%. only about a third of the voters know who tim farron is. he has not been able to give a concrete impression of who he is. if there is not going to be a debate, that would be his ch
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
george clinton and the p-funk. >> we were jamming to him that's why we have no voice left. >> there's people in a room with so much love and -- >> and energy. >> through the weekend, these roughly 2,000 ticket holders are share memories and surprises and everything prince. >> [indiscernible] and the second day -- at least for one day we'll be able to become. >> however, fans had been excited about six previously unpublished prince songs, but now a federal judge in minneapolis halted the release. >> they say it breached the -- >>> oh, what a friday. afternoon sunshine, temperatures bumping up. we're running a good five, almost ten degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. this is the warmest day over the next three to five. if you want sunshine and warmer temps, today is your day. there's a couple of high clouds and they cleared out fast. there's northerly breeze and northeasterly breeze, the system is knocking on the door, but it can't come in today. now, later, by saturday into sunday, it will work its way in here. don't worry about rain unless you're on the north coast. it's going to bump t
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
everywhere. significant financial sector hits. think about george bush in january 2001. the bruising battle in tallahassee. think about bill clinton, january 1993. the three-way race that he prevails over. did they'd apply the first 100 days in the same way that we're looking at it now? or have we in 2017 given this more attention than it warrants? >> no. look, you can argue we give it more attention than it warrants, but it's been the same for every president since f.d.r. he made it big because of the stimulus. it's my first 100 days and we're addressing the depression. so presidents have used it since then to get things through. so take the example of barack obama. in his first month as president, he passed the big economic stimulus passage, passed a bill to pay equity in the workplace and also the expansion of the children's health insurance program. so it's not unfair to donald trump to say what have you done for us. kellyanne conway. nominating an confirming pa supreme court justice. but in terms of legislative bills, the president doesn't have a single one. he will be marked do
afternoon, senators will vote on the nomination of george purdue. you can see that live on c-span 2. next the top democratic on the senator form relation committee ben carden talking about efforts of combat efforts around the globe. he spoke with president trump's conflict of interests between his businesses and presidency. this is just over an hour. >> good morning everyone, welcome to our symposm here. i am shannon o' neil hosting this event. corruptions of investments and commerce and intensify economics and drains dollars and presenting major obstacles of democracy and rules of law by under minding the functioning and legitimacy of institutions in countries. corruption erode citizens see trust in their government and drives many towards radical movement and insurgency. those countries as well as u.s. national security interests. it is crucial that the united states address these threats and also develop effective strategies to combat corruption abroad. this means and requires evaluating past approaches for what has and has not worked. it will mean working alone as well as in con
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
idolation for isis. >>> now a professor at george washington university, author of "red line," george rubin is a former secretary of state currently a member at george washington university. thanks for joining me. all of this happening as you have a presidential election coming up in france. and president trump responded to the shooting today and he tweeted this. i'm quoting, another terrorist attack in paris. the people of france will not take much more of this. will have a big effect on presidential election. peter, from a diplomatic standpoint, what do you make of that tweet? >> i'm not sure he's accurate about that. security already is a major issue in france and in europe given what's happened there in recent weeks and months. whether that pushes the french electorate towards an extremist toward maureen le pen, not necessarily. the favorite right now is emanuel la cron, though he has to survive the first round. the top two obviously go to a runoff next month. >> do you agree with that? i'm wondering, joel, does this, do you think, have a big effect on the election? if fo
companion network of c-span. that afternoon, senators will vote on the nomination of george purdue. you can see that live on c-span 2. next the top democratic on the senator form relation committee ben carden talking about efforts of combat efforts around the globe. he spoke with president trump's conflict of interests between his businesses and presidency. this is just over an hour. >> good morning everyone, welcome to our symposm here. i am shannon o' neil hosting this event. corruptions of investments and commerce and intensify economics and drains dollars and presenting major obstacles of democracy and rules of law by under minding the functioning and legitimacy of institutions in countries. corruption erode citizens see trust in their government and drives many towards radical movement and insurgency. those countries
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm EDT
intended to be a stage of the negotiation. >> you carry forward the theory of george stigler from a century ago. state.ro sum do we risk a zero sum america and a zero-sum world? >> we risk and that is why we should put all the efforts. we now have a special opportunity. this is the first year after a long time that the imf has revised all of his focus. there is no single reason in the world today that he is in the decline. this is not the opportunity to say we are in crisis management immediate turnn mode. in order to grow you need to innovate and you need to have markets open that sell what you can produce to the world. slogans, it is fundamental. >> the imf is saying growth for 10 -- growth forecasts are better. you are optimistic about the u.s. economy. what happens if we have real measures put in place? >> nothing good. can't -- 't think we there are certain things that and thatnegotiated him renegotiated. >> you said it was talking about protectionism. we should recognize nobody in the world says i don't want to benefit from the games of trade. what people are saying is i want
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
ambassador to south korea under president george bush. and evan mcmullen, a 2016 independent presidential candidate and former cia officer. mr. ambassador, what does north korea have to gain by conducting another nuclear test or even a missile launch at this point in time? >> first of all, we need to understand these tests as tests of various military programs. we often regard them as tests of us or tests of our new administration. but in fact, they're testing military programs. so what they have to gain has to do with the military program. but i think they will do this, they will go ahead with this, because this is kind of what they do. it's kind of a measure of defian defiance. and they're essential hi daring us to do something. and they said they will come back at us and incinerate us, et cetera, that's pretty much part and parcel of what they've done for years. >> ravage us i believe is the language that they used. >> you recall a few years ago, they threatened to reduce the capital of south korea to a sea of fire. the real question, what are we going to do? how is it going with china
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 12:30pm EDT
the remembrances. >> and a famous chef is back in the switch. what george perrier is cooking up and where you can dine with him and a peek at the draft day call. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. maybe that's why we've been ranked highest in customer satisfaction by jd power 4 years in a row. and now you can love fios too. get 150 meg internet, tv and phone. all for $79.99 per month, for the first year with a two-year agreement. it's the only internet with equal upload and download speeds. cable only offers upload speeds that are a fraction of the download speeds. plus get hbo for a year and free multi-room dvr service for two years. and verizon wireless customers can stream tv on the fios mobile app, data-free. get the best. go to getfios.com the following ad for your viewing convenience. i finally switched to geico. oh yeah? ended up saving a ton of money on car insurance. i hear they have a really great mobile app. the interface is remarkably intuitive. that's so important. ♪ >>> today marks one year since the death of legendry musician prince. a celebration is planne
, i turned the proceedings over to george westbrook who has so skillfully led this year's 120 fifth anniversary celebrations. [applause] >> i have to say that i've been on the bench now for 30 years and this is the most intimidated i've been in a courtroom in 30 years. that's murderers row out there (i'm a little nervous, chief justice. it's really hard to believe that it's our hot hundred 25th anniversary and that they held their meeting on october 1 on 2014, over 2 years ago to begin planning of programs, publications, events, having attained commemorating this anniversary of our court. we have been hard at work planning a year-long series of events and publications that would tell the story of this great court as reflected in its jurisprudence, its impact on the culture and the economic climate of in the lives of our judges who labor here. today's program is the fourth in a series of programs planned by the committee connected to the hard work of our court family and friends of the court. in the ensuing months, our courts will continue to commemorate this hundred 25th anniversary
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
william wife kate spoke about her own adjustment to parenthood. >> with little george, you have no idea what you are really doing no matter how many books you read, nothing can prepare you. >> there is in training, it is just from generations and try to make it, and do what you want to do. >> it has been a unprecedented week of revelations as royals work to raise awareness about mental health. they brought in celebrities like lady gaga, who shared their struggles. >> when you wake up, you are so tired, you are so sad, and you are so full of anxiety, and the shakes that you can barely think, but it was like saying this is a part of me, and that is okay. >> reporter: royals say even a simple conversation could be the first step, toward healing >> form of medicine. >> reporter: cbs news, london. >> i really like them. >> just something about that family that i like. >> really interesting to go see there. >>> still ahead on "eyewitness news" we have been waiting months, months to introduce you. >> but today new member of the eyewitness weather team business to arrive, katie? >>> that is rig
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
emergency contribution --" first, can you imagine how much tension the seat and george is getting? >> newt: it's important. it's the first moment after the clinton disaster. they thought very briefly they might when in kansas. this is a new barometer. they raised $8.2 million in the initial round. they didn't live in the district. they had little embarrassment, 9% of the money came from outside georgia. as a hollywood-based, left-wing candidate, he did remarkably well. no republican should relax. this fight is going to be a real brawl because the left smells an opportunity to win my seat, tom price's seat, three people in a row have held this with the some standing. plus they're desperate to do anything they can to hurt president trump. republicans are going to have to go in there and be very aggressive. as the district comes to know speech went one better, i think you'll start to shrink. there are enough hollywood stars and money to prop them up over the long run, i don't think so. what the election if it were two weeks earlier, he would have one. what was happening, they're all
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Apr 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
, president george h.w. bush continues to recover from pneumonia in houston and hosted a special visitor sharing this special saying big morale boost from a high level delegation. our best wishes to the entire bush family. that does it for this edition of "andrea mitchell reports." craig melvin is up next. >> best wishes indeed. have a good weekend. and good friday afternoon to you. craig melvin here to you at msnbc headquarters in new york. a lot happening. government shutdown? that possibility looking more likely as the white house doubles down on demands to fund president trump's border wall. and speaking of that border wall, immigration crackdown. the attorney general and homeland security secretary both of them on the border today, vowing to tighten immigration policies and increase detentions. plus, hillary hits trump. the former democratic nominee swinging at the president and his administration during a speech last night. what she's saying about the trump administration's threat to lbgtq americans. we'll get to that in a moment. >>> we start with the countdown to shut
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Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
strong that it uprooted trees and knocked down power lines. and prince george's county, people were forced from their homes after a wall in their apartment collapsed. john gonzales has more. or microburst is how some residents and prince george's county describing what came through overnight. one high-rise shook so badly that it had to be evacuated to check for structural damage. >> it look like it was snowing because it was blowing hard. like a bad poor movie. -- horror movie. significant, is windows from apartments and townhomes shattered and trees landed on structures, cars, and power lines. roads and major intersections closed. >> all of a sudden we saw the wind and things were shaking. it came out of nowhere. it dropped right on us. >> most of the region was hit with heavy wind and strong rain but adelphi was apparently struck with something greater, that is what it felt like. >> felt like the last day of my life. >> the trees have been snapped in half but look at this massive tree. it looks like it was twisted out of the ground and landed on top of two vehicles, bringing down
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Apr 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
trump is trying to answer. president obama tried to answer. president george w. bush tried to answer. president clinton tried to answer. >> not many candidates have a lot of foreign policy knowledge going into this job. he's learning on the job. more so than in the past because it zdoesn't seem like there was any reparation. we saw it with syria where she was shocked about the chemical weapons use. now we're seeing it with china it's a lot more complicated over there. we're seeing this president learn on the job alive and on television. >> i wasn't in the media with the chinese president, but it appears he moved trump. the anti-china went away. he's quoted him a few tiemmes, seems like that meeting stuck in his head and really changed and sort of gave him more views about what china's role and why china bashing is not done by presidents. >> we don't know how all this is going to turnout out. it could be we're looking at good relations with china and deescalation with north korea and we can look back and say all of that tough talk was his initial negotiating position and look where it
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
cars crushed under heavy trees. last mess for people in prince georges county. there were downed power lines and property damage. we sent larry miller to check things out. >> the storms caused a lot of mess so much that large trees like this came tumbling down. in addition to that several apartment units had their windows knocked out and cars were crushed under the weight of heavy trees. >> is that you your bedroom right there? >> yes. >> last night the storms packed a punch people under estimated. this woman was still in shock after a strong combust--gust of wind knocked out her bedroom window. the storm lasted less than 30 minutes but maggie knew something was different this time. >> it's strange. we did have a tree come down from the wind. we have big snow or something but not that bad. that's the first time i see >> clean up crews were removing large fallen tree limbs and other debris. the condo association didn't give us an estimate on damage costs but from the looks of it it could well venture into the tens to 20s. >> the damage here on presidential park not even the worst
colleagues -- one of your colleagues, george kendall, we were talking before we went on. when i was a second-year law student, i collected the league defense fund. and i worked for george. george was working on a series of cases in georgia, where they were doing exactly that. they lock you up, pinch you on a thursday or friday night, and then you don't get a trial until the distant future. and in between, the good 'ole boys would come and wrench you out and you're out there cutting grass -- it really is a form of enslavement. and that's not ancient history. this is a few years ago. so ldf has continued along with their partners, really trying to get at that this convict leasing system, which you think we would have made progress. but that is exactly why they put the civil rights act of 1866, as cristina said. congress, at least then, is trying to put some teeth in the 13th amendment. it survives in section 1982, u.s. code. but still, in between then and now, there has been this long retreat from the intent of the 13th amendment. and there's a lot attempt of the 13th amendment and th
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Apr 21, 2017 11:00am EDT
was with the prince george's county school system works as a substitute for nine years. and he was also a basketball coach with the south county sports academy. the president and founder of that group luther henry says space was with the organization since the beginning and he says the allegations are very upsetting because the goal of that group has always been to protect and help >> our job was to dheem off the stre keep them off the streets and out of trouble. so this -- you know, you feel betrayed almost. and some hurt for me, you know. because he's a friend. you know somebody for ten years and been in the program with you, it's a friend in a sense. and to see this happen, very disappointing for me. >> reporter: and christopher space has been suspended from the sports academy and also no longer working with the prince george's county school system. they say any behavior that harms a child will not be tolerated. he's charged with nine counts involving child pornography and investigator s say more counts are pending. back to you. >>> new developme deadly shooting attack in paris.
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Apr 21, 2017 11:00am EDT
for a murder. >>> former president george h.w. bush remains in a hospital. he received a big moral boost from george w. bush. this was shared on twitter yesterday. the senior bush is under observance for knpneumonia. >>> nbc 10 pamela osborne is live from the battleship to show us all of the activity, pam. >> reporter: yeah. i can bet you it has been a long time since the battleship new jersey welcomed a group of volunteers this large. let's take a look. some of them stepped off of the ship and cleaning up the area along the way here. they have been working on projects inside and outside as we kick off comcast cares day. more than 400 volunteers are here pitching in to help restore the ship, which by the way, is nearly the size of three football fields. you can imagine there is plenty of work to be done. there were people out cleaning up on the deck. volunteers were also getting the helicopter nice and clean as well. they were getting rid of old ropes. the volunteers we spoke to were more than happy to help. >> we are going to go from painting the ship to cleaning it to doing some
labor relations board and served as the assistant attorney general for civil rights during the george w. bush administration. here is a portion of his hearing. acosta: i want to thank my parents. my parents are very important, not only because of what they have done, but because my story begins with them and informs my perspective of what it means to be a secretary of labor. they left cuba, came to the united states seeking freedom, and found it. met in high school in miami. they married and found love very early. my mother found out she was pregnant in her teens. neither went to college. motherve struggled to my started out as a typist in a real estate firm. she commuted 90-minutes each way . my father served in the army, and later tried to start his own business. he quickly found his lack of higher education and inability to deal with forms and rules made it difficult to be a small this this owner. he held various jobs and ended his working life as a clerk in a cell phone store. our family lived paycheck to paycheck. my grandmother cared for me while we grew up, and that was an incred
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Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm BST
falling. that remains my political ambition. and george by the track record. we have cut the deficit that we inherited from labour by two thirds. reducing income, taking 3 million taxpayers out of taxation altogether. that is what conservatives do, with careful management of the economy, keeping taxes low. what we do need tax to manage the system, and make sure that theresa may and the government has a clear mandate to execute, that we do not violate jeremy has a clear mandate to execute, that we do not violatejeremy corbyn and the bumbling coalition get their hands on the power. what you do not support specific tax polices, not to raise? all chance of us would prefer to have more flexibility, how they manage the economy, and the overall tax burden. rather than have hands constrained. but what we have in the ma nifesto constrained. but what we have in the manifesto is going to be decided over the next few days. we will see where we have got to after the proper debate. but that 2015 triple lock boxed u—turn? proper debate. but that 2015 triple lock boxed u-turn? the more commitments
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Apr 21, 2017 7:00am PDT
that manning and the giants provided bogus equipment. >>> former president george h.w. bush recovering from pneumonia in a houston hospital. bush 41 tweeted a photo of him with his son with the caption, big morale boost from a high-level delegation. no father has ever been more blessed or prouder. doctors say the former president is gaining strength and is in good spirits. >> wishing all the best. >> absolutely. >>> also this morning, more is coming to light about bill o'reilly's firing from fox news, as a familiar face is weighing in on recent scandals that have rocked that network. stephanie gosk is here with that. >> reporter: good morning, guys. bill o'reilly may be off the anchor desk, but he's in for multimillion-dollar payout as many years as the top star. this as allegations hang over him and fox news. >> you're about to enter the no-spin zone. >> reporter: bill o'reilly is gone. but the scandal is only widening. former fox contributor and vice presidential nominee sarah palin took on the network's corporate culture. >> corporate culture has to change. >> reporter: w
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Apr 21, 2017 7:00am PDT
trump's name, it will all be read in that name. i'm going to do the george bush model and stay on the sidelines. if this comes up and that comes up and now we're seeing him do it before the 100-day mark. just having trouble staying quiet. >> trump is being assessed in his first 100 days and you are seeing democrats assess president obama on his legacy. >> what he did for the party. >> or didn't do. >> and i've got to think that is factoring to some degree how he wants to kind of recast or at least do what he's doing now. recast the way his past work or focus has been seeing. >> chicago is the natural place for him to -- >> community organizer, his hometown. and he will be talking about all of the things that we have been talking about one way or another. i think as margaret said, defending his legacy in some ways. >> do you think president trump will be watching? >> later today we're watching action that is hang down along the border. jeff sessions and john kelly checking out operations for the second day in a row. border immigration operations. immigration and custom officers now
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Apr 21, 2017 7:00am PDT
family, and that was really special. >> reporter: then a surprise performance by george clinton and the p funk. >> we were jamming to him. that's why we have no voice left. >> a lot of like minded people in a room with so much love. >> love and energy. >> reporter: through the weekend, these roughly 2000 ticket holders will return day after day, looking forward to the lineup of musicians sharing memories, tours, performances, surprises and everything prince. >> cry all the way through the first day and second day, at least hope for one day we'll be able to just be calm. >> there's one other development, a judge in minneapolis put a stop to today's scheduled release of 6 previously unpublished prince songs. the estate argued the recordings breached a confidentiality agreement between prince and his former sound engineer. time now to check in with mike and gasia. >>> dave, thank you, new information about the attack in paris. what we're learning about the gunman and the threats he made earlier this year. >>> also, a car crashed into a building overnight in san jose. the search that's
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