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FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
," the mainstream media goes gaga for the mainstream candidate in george's election. bernie goldberg on that warm and away --dash >> dana: in the "weekdays with bernie" segment tonight, democratic candidate jon ossoff won the first round of voting to fill tom price's old house seat. he faced republicans, and he still failed to get the 51% to avoid a runoff against republican karen handel. despite that, many in the media are declaring victory for ossoff and framing it as a failure for donald trump. >> 48.6% of the vote going to the democrat. >> the district is overwhelmingly slotted to be republican. democrats had an emotional victory but ed is going to be hard to translate to june. >> dana: the white house is not taking very kindly to the coverage. >> i thought that some of the coverage was a little intriguing as i watched it. the democrats went all in on this race. they spent over $8.3 million. they said on the record that their goal was to win this race. they lost. the reaction has somewhat been that they almost won. no, they lost. >> dana: joining us now to analyze for miami, the purveyor of b
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 8:00pm EDT
administration. i was hoping a republican congress and republican congress -- kennedy: even when you do, george w. bush was awful. he never vetoed legislation. tax cuts do some time late the economy. democrats don't like to hear that. >> tax cut are good for the economy as well. there are ways to do this. what i'm worried about if democrats are too excited about what happened with the healthcare failure then we'll not deal at all. i think we need to deliverables in 2018 and 20 to take back the house and senate. kennedy: they are so obsessed with the house and the senate, they forget about people working hard who don't have much to show for it. >> they say you slash that right to 15%, it will drive investment and economic growth. but then house and senate members are look at what deliverables can i take back to my district. if you do cut that corporate rate and have a bill that's not necessarily revenue neutral. no one has been able to agree on the tax. so settle for simple and get a legislative win on the calendar. >> they both need to show a great economy. they need to show economic growth. the
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
in the oval office unless he had a coat on. >> didn't george w. bush also insist people had a tie on in the oval office? >> george bush senior. >> i think it was george w. bush. >> no blue jeans. >> i think most presidents, especially more traditional presidents like harry truman would have gone nuts. harry truman wouldn't have gone to the white house correspondents dinner for other reasons. that is because of the way -- it's dismissive of the presidency. most presidents put the presidency in the white house grounds on a very high almost sacred plane. >> i'm curious, sarah palin was saying they were there to discuss, i want to get her words right, policy proposals with the president. i'm curious what policy proposals you would like to hear from ted nugent and kid rock. >> thank you, anderson, for that question. can i come back in a couple years? let me just say, i do understand, i think i heard somewhere seriously kid rock is thinking at some point of running for office. the notion a cultural figure from rock music or tv could get elected to anything is i know strange. >> ted nuge
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 1:00am BST
of the famous george v hotel, on george v avenue, so i got to 300 to a00m from where the shootings happened. i was inside, and i heard very strong noises. at the beginning i thought it was sort of high construction noises, or things like that. but i left the cafe three minutes later, in order to head to the champs—elysees, then i started to see many people quite scared and running in the opposite way of mayan. so i started to ask what was happening, and a lot of frightened people told me it is shooting everywhere. you definitely have to get out of here. so i started to run on the opposite side, and we could see very quickly plenty of police cars, even helicopters, one or two helicopters over the sector, with some cameras on the helicopters. so i guess they were still tracking. but the reaction of the police was really fast. yes, that is something that we are certainly gearing, that the police were there very, very quickly, and that is something that you can confirm? yes, i can confirm that the police did a really great job in this period of high security and high risk. the policemen did thei
KRON
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
curry, and he is seeking a billion dollar shoe deal for his three sons. now, nike exec george raveling has said lavar is the 'quote worst thing to happen to basketbal in the last hundred years.' ( pam ) tesla is putting out a recall tonight. the warning for tens of thousands of car owners. today tesla announced its biggest recall yet..(steve) the company is recalling 53- thousand model-s and model-x cars to fix a parking brake issue. they say the model "s" and "x" cars build between feburary and october of 20-16 may have a small gear that could be manufactured improperly.. tesla says less than 5-percent of the cars being recalled may be effected.. they say it takes about 45-minutes to replace the brake. no injuries or accidents have been reported. last weather and goodbye final look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp. a full hour of entertainment news is on the way.at 7:00 it's the insider, followed by entertainment tonight at 7-30. then we're >>> "the insider," tracking the biggest stories making news today. >> bill o'reilly is leaving this chair and this network a
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 12:30am BST
george v hotel. approximately 300—a00 metres from where the shootings happened. i was inside, i was indoors. where the shootings happened. i was inside, iwas indoors. i heard where the shootings happened. i was inside, i was indoors. i heard very strong noises and at the beginning i think it was high construction noises, things like that. but i left the cafe three minutes later in order to head to the champs elysee andi order to head to the champs elysee and i started to see many people quite scared and running in the opposite way of mine. lots of frightened people. saying you definitely have to get out of here. soi definitely have to get out of here. so i started to run on the opposite side. we could see very quickly plenty of police cars, even helicopters, one or two helicopters over the sector with some cameras on the helicopters, so i guess they we re the helicopters, so i guess they were still tracking. but the reaction of the police was really fast. yes, that's something we were certainly hearing, that the police we re certainly hearing, that the police were there very ver
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
's not about the law, because george soros and moveon.org are funding this case to try to disrupt all of the immigration policies the attorney general is trying to implement through the law. >> the real tragedy is we can change the law if enough people in america believe we shouldn't deal harshly with the children who had nothing to do about coming here, they we here as children, lived here their whole lives, culturally they are more american than anything else, then change the law. that what's we should do. that's how a country like ours works. i always believe there was really a justifiable case to say we are going to treat people in the sense for which they grew up here with some level of appreciation and respect. but what i do appreciate is that you do have an administration doing exactly what it said, and it will go after particularly not dreamers, but drug cartels, criminals, people who come and murder people like what happened to kate steinle. i can't manage many americans find fault with that. >> i hope you are right. governor mike huckabee, thanks for coming on. be sure to vo
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
that i would have done that would have given people that impression, george. >> but you can't say without equivocation that you didn't discuss the easing of sanctions? >> someone may have brought it up. i have no recollection, and if it was, it was not something i was offering or that someone was asking for. >> you know, i don't know whether he talks like he's been lawyered up or not or he's just af little diszy, but the guy seems to want attention. the way he answers on questions is a guy na wants to be intriguing. what's he up to? >> he comes across as squirrely. his answers are kind of evasive. >> what's a direct -- what's an indirect conversation? >> and whether he's doing that purposefully, whether that's just the way he talks and speaks, it's hard to know. >> he's like a fan dancer in a burlesque show. he wants you to focus on him, but he wants you to tease you away from it the whole time. >> and if he was working for the trump campaign or the russians or cooperating with the fbi, none of them would want him to do this. the most intriguing thing you just read in that little excerpt
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
george w. bush, took a very different messages about the republican party ahead of the 2018 midterms. karl rove and scott jenning here to get two sides of this argument. plus, u.s. intelligence agencies frantically searching for a mole in an environment that some say he is quite a bit like what the cold war situation felt like inside the intel agencies. the cia consultant who interrogated the mastermind of 9/11, james mitchell, joins us with how they are going to find this guy when we come back. >> this is the kind of disclosure that undermines our country, our security, and our well-being. ♪ claritin provides powerful, non-drowsy, 24-hour relief. for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you do every day. live claritin clear. every day. we cut the price of trades to give investors even more value. and at $4.95, you can trade with a clear advantage. fidelity, where smarter investors will always be. and at $4♪95, you can trade with a clear advantage. ♪ i'm dr. kelsey mcneely and some day you might be calling me an energy farmer. ♪ energy lives here. for the car you want.
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:59pm PDT
christian bale, angela sarafyan, and directed by terry george. >> i was determined it would be pg-13 because ultimately it is a love story where we take the audience through these events and i wanted it to be accessible to teenagers and also to people who might feel that an a rated film about a genocide is something beyond which they want to see. the horror in it is psychological and suggested as much by our great actresses. >> rose: elizabeth warren and the armenian genocide when we continue. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: >> and by bloomberg, a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: elizabeth warren is here, a senior senator from massachusetts and former harvard law school professor. she's also a long time champion of working families and the middle class. in february she was rebuked by the senate by quoting cor eta scott king during a debate on jeff sessions nomination for attorney general, here's a clib from cbs sunday morning. >>
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 6:26pm EDT
states in this point is george w. bush rejected the kyoto treaty in part based on input from you. the fossil fuel industry defendants were working hand in glove with the executive t. keep the fossil fuel systemic problem in place. that has been one of the major issues that has come out in the court proceedings. kia waitangi spent a minute talking about what it's like in a court proceeding. >> it's definitely something i'm aware of when i'm lined up with a 20th or youth we look at the government lawyer sitting side-by-side with the fossil fuel lawyers and the first time i was sitting there looking at them and i was wondering, do you have children? i was shocked because up until this point in my life i thought the government had been doing a fine job but i really realized seeing that visually they were sitting side-by-side and i was hearing them in a court of law, things that we don't have rights to a livable future is really discouraging. our argument in the days of hearings are full of discouragement and encouragement. you go in with the nurse energy. we are really excited for ju
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
of prince george's county. a substitute teacher and youth basketball coach is under arrest accused of child pornography charges. authorities say they found engaged in sexual conduct with each other and with adults. fox5's marina marraco is live in capitol heights maryland with more. marina. >> reporter: yeah, tony, this man had been a substitute teacher here at bradbury heights elementary school for the past nine years. he was also a local basketball coach. he was a coach at south county sports academy. this is 34-year-old christopher speights. the investigation began back in december of last year when the online cloud service drop box notified maryland state police of the content of his particular server. investigators say speights' drop box account was saturated with child pornography. now, we've poured through the arrest warrant and the descriptions of the video simply too graphic and explicit to share here but prince george's county public schools releasing a statement in the last hour saying "pgcps is teacher christopher speights has been arrested. we will that cooperate fully with law
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
girl who just received that prosthetic arm right there. it was printed using a 3d printer at george mason university using college students there. peggy fox is live on the campus in fairfax where the students surprised the girl with something else. peg. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. you know, half of the story are these five bio engineering students who for the past year diligently designed and then printed out several of these prosthet girl so she can better play the violin. the prosthetic gives her more movement in the arm which makes for better sound but the other part of this story is this incredible little girl. >> my mom saying is when you say i can't do it, i can't do it yet. >> reporter: this 10-year-old has raised to never say never. >> do you know you're an inspiration to other people? >> yeah. >> reporter: she signed up to play violin in the strings program at island creek elementary in franconia, even though she knew it would be difficult given the fact she was born with an incomplete left arm. her music teacher fashioned a make shift prosthetic made of pvc pipe to ho
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. >>> chris, thank you. >>> developing right now, he teaches and coaches children at a prince george's county elementary school but authorities say he was distributing child pornography. maryland state police arrested christopher spits today. troopers say heights. he's a substitute teacher at brad bury elementary school. for nearly a decade. the school sent a letter home to parents saying he'll no longer serve the prince george's county public schools. >>> metro's general manager said it's going to make millions of dollars to make the transit system, safe, reliable, and affordable. and it appears we may have to foot the bill for that. meagan fitzgerald takes a closer look at the funding plan. meagan? >> reporter: yeah, jim, the idea here is that in ten years' time, metro wants to make the rail system a world-class system, making sure it's efficient and safe for riders, but the general manager says in order to do that, he's asking for $500 million every year. metro's general manager, paul wiedefeld, is hoping safe track repairs becom a his mission is focused on preventative maintenance. >> thi
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
is the film's writer and director, terry george as well as three of its stars, christian they'll, oscar isaac -- i'm pleased to have them here at his table. this is historical. tell us what happened and why there is so much controversy, and why there has not been a film. terry: the background to the genocide result is that when the first war broke out, the turkish government, the ottoman empire government made a decision to eliminate the armenian population. war used the cover of a between the turks and the russians in the northern border to say to the armenians had risen up, and they had to be moved out of that war zone. what happened is that the bulk of the population around the ottoman empire were walked into the desert and massacred in ffs, drownedds, cli at sea. this was not the first genocide of the 20th century, but a key moment in these catastrophes in that the word itself genocide came from this event. charlie: why has the united states refused to clearly call it a genocide? terry: the fact that it hasn't been covered by film. the reason why are merged together in that turkey has eno
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 11:00pm BST
from where everything happened. in front of the famous george v hotel, on george smith avenue. i was told that it was construction when i heard noises. —— george v. high—volume construction work. then three minutes after i left the cafe, as i was heading with a friend in the direction of the champs elysee. and i started seeing people running and frightened. i could see it in their faces. they we re could see it in their faces. they were running the opposite way of me. i bailed were running the opposite way of me. ibailed up were running the opposite way of me. i bailed up the person and asked them what happened. they told me that i should definitely run with them as they heard a lot of shootings, and they were really shocked. so i started to run with them, as of course... and in about a minute, i could see a helicopter over paris, with a camera. so probably, maybe for tracking another potential shooter. and quite quickly, they started to close the sector, the champs elysee sector, and the surrounding streets. we give stills here some science here. —— we can still see
their role in office for a few days some of the parts are pretty standard with us george to be bush did penetration but with at new direction to see how those play out with a focus on bilateral negotiations the second is focused on reciprocity with the effectiveness of trade policy and the value of trade agreements and the third that got the most attention to defend the sovereignty it is clear that no plan to be bound by those rules with those dispute settlement systems and a tried to constrain that action so to pursue a new agreement to be interested in a bilateral deal this is the change because the best example is when we went after nafta at the same time especially since looking like a lost cause but the trump administration will be unusual with its focus between u.s. and foreign countries oppressor was right it could increase leverage with the big regional negotiation goes to villa's common denominator. but bilaterals also have problems leading to different certification requirements so indeed ndu lack the strategic component where the obama administration vision was to have the fr
in the back in the greenroom and oftentimes it is overlooked the importance of the regulation have oda george judge the approach to regulation with their philosophy for deregulation grex pdf spinet it is hard to get your hands around the moving parts and maybe the most important thing with economic growth with tax reform and budget the regulatory reform moves ahead there is a congressional review lacked that is removing regulations that will continue to do that is much as they can. over those agencies put their reports out. so we have some people including the president to saying allied to with some of the appointments as uh director himself from oira and the energy secretary so we want to be careful with the regulations with the economy that is the way to go ended is quite different spin a kidney legislator approval or the congress you can do their for the administrative standpoint. >> the agencies write the rules after also those of ministries states and thank you do want to have legislation as well that has passed already sea is that cost-benefit analysis that may pass with more enthusiasm
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
george's county. he went by the user name diamond wear in the online world. the children seen on the videos so far have not been identified by investigators and may not even live in maryland. spates is not the adult who is seen committing the sex acts on children in the tape but investigators for the maryland state police and homeland security, which is also involved in this investigation, files that they snared from drop box to look at and they are leaving over the possibility of more charges because they haven't even seen all the evidence yet but they have seen enough to lock up spates and charge him. reporting live at the bradbury heights elementary school in capitol heights, scott broom, wusa9. >> just keep thinking about those kids there, scott. thank you. >>> well, today is april 20th or 4/20 which is a day celebrated by many marijuana lovers. >> and to commemorate the occasion, advocates for legalize pot were out handing out free joints to congressional staffers and reporters on capitol hill. the giveaway happened on a city street next to the u.s. capitol. activists say
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
it in his home this morning. he's been a substitute teacher and coach at brad bury heights in prince george's county. he also coached at south county sports academy, prince george's county school district is contacting parents right now. >>> now to the first part of what is being called a congressional joint session. police arrested several people during a free cannibis give-away today on capitol hill. this happened as they were handing out joints to congressional staff members. mark segraves shows you the arrests live on facebook this afternoon. he's still on the hill with a look at what led to these arrests. mark? >> reporter: good afternoon, wendy. the organizers thought they were safe here on this they researched it and thought this was a safe place to have this event. what started out as a peaceful protest quickly ended up with multiple arrests. volunteers spent days rolling more than a thousand joints for today's give-away. organizers believed they were not breaking the law, because it's legal to possess and give-away marijuana in the district, but not on federal land. organizers beli
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
place in prince george's county at a later date. tordil a former officer with the federal protective service is to plead guilty to two counts of first of degree murder and two counts of attempted first degree murder. his capture after a deadly two-day shooting rampage happened live on abc7. tordil surrounded by 100 police officers. the murder count in connection with the death of 65-year-old claudio molina, while he tried to carjack her sufficient. another man was shot coming to her aid. now police say the day before when tordil killed his estrangedded wife in the beltsville school parking lot. that is a separate case. the plea is not a done deal until the judge agrees to it. without the possibility of parol. the plea hearing is tuesday. from the "live desk," richard reeve, abc7 news. nancy: thank you. police arrested a substitute teacher and basketball coach at bradbury heights elementary school in capitol heights. christopher speights charged with multiple counts of distributing and possessing child pornography. prince george county public school christopher speights and investigat
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
. now, i'm not sure if we have this full screen here for you from prince george's county but prince george's county just releasing this pgcps is aware the substitute teacher christopher speights was arrested. arrested. law enforcement with its investigation. due to the nature, he will no longer serve the accident happened any behavior that brings harm to a child will not be tolerated in any way in pgcs. over the past year w have made significant changes to increase student safety and remain committed to ensuring a quality education in a safe environment for all students. now, speights told investigators earlier this morning when he was arrested at his capitol heights home that he had been a substitute teacher here for nine years at bradbury heights elementary school. he is yet to go before a judge but he's facing serious extremely charges which include three counts of distribution of child porn as well as six counts for possession of child pornography. live tonight in prince george's county, marina marraco, >> you can't hold him against his will. >> go ahead, ma. >> and new video he
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
picked up the man and referred him to a mental health facility. >>> former president george h.w. bush remains in the hospital recovering from what his spokesperson calls a mild case of pneumonia. we're told the 92 year old is gaining strength after a good night's rest and spirits high. there's no plan for mr. bush to go home tonight. >>> new jersey supreme court justice wants courtrooms to be a safe place for immigrants. the chief justice wrote a letter to the secretary of homeland security asking the agency not to arrest immigrants who show up to state court. two people were recently arrested by immigration agents. he fears the action will keep immigrants from showing up to court to testify in trials. as a result, criminals could go free. >>> this afternoon, a facebook discussion about the potential funding cuts for planned parenthood in pennsylvania. the meeting was held in bucks county and streamed on facebook. pennsylvania governor wolf was there with planned parenthood president along with women who use services at planned parenthood. they talked about what funding cuts would mea
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
will remember george ka stansbury sa repeatedly lied about being an architect. >> what do you do? >> i'm an architect. have you seen the new addition to the guggenheim? >> you did that? >> it didn't take very long either. you knew i always wanted to pretend i'm an architect. i'm an architect. he's into architecture. >> hey, just like you pretend to be. >> well, in this case, the real fake architect is being charged with 58 counts of larceny, forgery, fraud and unlicensed practice of architecture. the attorney general eric snyder man tweeted pretending to be an architect is best left for tv calling it a, quote, serious crime. he did have enough sense of hugh mer to take down operation van da lay i understand strisz which is another lie about another bogus company. so, listen up, new yorkers. if you're trying to pass yourself off as an architect or a latex sale man or marine biologist or importer exporter or exporter importer, watch out. that's all we have for tonight. we'll be back tomorrow. yada yada yada, for the record with greta starts now. >> thank you, chuck. north korea is threat
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
to make you know claims. the most obvious thing you want to say is george soros, it sounds silly when you start there you once you start tracking this. it is diaper and diaper -- deeper and diaper dibutyl deeper, i can promise you, that the foot soldiers that figure heads are using on the ground, they are not seeing a dime, the kids that go out and engage in this physical violence are not seeing a penny. liz: thank you, rich black welcome -- come back to the show. >> thank you. liz: now this. "new york times" sport second compare crowd between obama and trump, patriots super bowl champ appearances at white house. saying that obama had a higher attendances, but guess what super bowl champs saying new york tim you are wrong. >> but first this. >> conservative ucla proes from or ipro professor is ripping into the university for trying to block speech it does not like, it is going down to the class level, and he says he may lose his job over that protest, that professor is here with us to talk about it after this, don't go away. that's three times less than fidelity... ...and four times less
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 9:00pm BST
to the right—hand side of the champs around the area of the george v metro station. police down the side streets, not all the side streets but keeping a wary eye on what is going on in this part of town. it is much quieter than it would normally be. it would be quite busyin would normally be. it would be quite busy in this area, eight o'clock local time, and now you can only see a smattering of traffic which is normally very busy at this time is right. please stay with us. some other elements, cbs news has quoted president trump saying this looks like another terrorist attack but we've had no confirmation from the authorities that it is. a counterterrorism office has opened an investigation but it is an investigation and no more, this is particularly relevant to those of you watching on the bbc news channel, the british embassy is in contact with local authorities and is seeking further information following the reports of this shooting incident in paris. christian, to come back to you, can you give us an idea for the viewers who are not watching about an hour ago of the sudden influx of
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
, prince george's county police announce they charged this man, william moore with first degree murder and armed robbery. police released this color surveillance video they assert shows moore entering the side metal gate. moore is seen wearing red jacket and red baseball cap. a second man follows moore in and then turns around and appears to shout back to a third individual who had fallen behind also wearing black clothing. police state the victim rawle farley knew his killers. they consider this a planned robbery. what they were trying to steal police haven't said. today we spoke with farley's family, some visiting from london and guyana. they are ask for your help in identifying the other two suspects. reporting in college park, i'm kevin lewis, abc7 news. nancy: the man police and prosecutors say is responsible in three murders in an intensive manhunt last may is ready to plead guilty. richard reeve at the "live desk" with the development. th the case. richard: right, it does continue. eulalio tordil is expected to plead guilty to two of the murder, not all three. the court proceedi
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
george's county executive. >>> bill o'reilly could get tens of millions on his way out at fox news. new details about his exit coming up next. >>> and we're keeping close tabs on the breaking news in paris, two police officers shot at the >>> bill o'reilly is expected to get a ways with fox news channel. cnbc is reporting o'reilly will get no more than one year's salary. sources say that is somewhere around 20 to $25 million. o'reilly agreed to part ways with fox yesterday amid growing sexual harassment claims. o'reilly has denied any wrongdoing. dozens of advertisers recently jumped ship because of the harassment allegations. >>> aaron hernandez's family is expected to donate the former nfl star's brain to concussion researchers. one of hernandez's attorneys made the announcement in boston. corrections officials say the former patriots tight end killed himself in prison yesterday. he was serving a life sentence for the murder of a long-time friend. attorney jose baez said they will give his brain to boston university where researchers have examined dozens of athletes' brains in recent
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm PDT
break of tradition. on occasion, bill clinton and george bush would go beyond two questions. they might go to three, four on the odd occasion five. this is pretty much in keeping with the formality of these leader press conferences. he suggested neil, i don't know if he talked about today or next thursday, but he said he would be holding a press conference. that may have been a tip-off as to something more lengthy next week. last time he had a press conference here in the east room, he took questions about an hour and ten minutes. he's not afraid to answer questions but the international things, he's limited to the established protocol. >> neil: that was a pay per view event. get the popcorn. >> exactly. >> neil: john roberts at the white house. we want up to date you on paris. they're investigating what could be a terrorist attack. they're not defining it as such. going to be cautious about a police officer that was killed at a traffic light. the assailant killed as well. there was an additional gunman and that's what concernses here, that this could be more involved and preplanned tha
george stinson's are obviously going to support rules that they already have in place based on accounting standards that they already are subjected to. but it is more complicated because we do have proven accounting and solvency roles in the us and we believe should be built upon, not supplant it. i think that's the main message i would said. >> jennifer, one of the topics of the center is this debate about global standards as being the revisions to the basil capitalframework . but what's your assessment of that process, what can we expect on that process going forward and the kind of things that are at stake in the capital rules? >> i think i said in my earlier remarks, we think it is good to take another look at the capital rules, that after taking them in place for a few years, it's good to take stock, see where we are and where we can make a difference. >> of the areas for example where there have been competencies is in the security financing transaction and securities lending area. there is a way that we measured and we didn't see it as a normal risk mitigation. >> like collateral,
, and prince. can you think of more prominent superstars than those three names right there? and george michael, he was on antidepressants. and the media is very effective at saying he had cocaine and other drugs. i am not saying that was solely the cause, but it is usually -- dr. smith, you know, can attest to this, the cocktail of those drugs or alcohol that results in these deaths. prof. valdes: you know, we tend to focus a lot in this country on treatment and little on prevention. what do you think of that? >> let me just say, this comes back to a broader point that i was just making about this whole industry that we are talking about is rewarded for treating sickness. mr. goldman: ok, no one is rewarded for keeping you healthy in the first place. so my exercise analogy is quite apt in that regard. as you said, we have medicalized a lot of problems, but the reason is because that is how we get them covered by insurance, ironically. and we have made sure that insurance is quite generous. if you go back to part b, for example, you know, insurance originally was designed to be something that w
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 10:00am PDT
anthony kennedy, known as a swing vote on the high court, and liberal george sisters ruth bader ginsburg and stephen breyer. grassley said if president trump gets to pick one of their replacements, the name would come from the same list published during the campaign by the trump team filled with conservative judges he said he would select a supreme court justice from. neil gorsuch was on that list and there are still 20 others on there including the two thought to be runners up for the seat vacated by scalia that judge gorsuch eventually got, thomas hardeman and judge william pryor. republicans senator orrin hatch recently guessed that the fight over the next open supreme court seat will be armageddon because president trump may not be filling a vacant seat left by a conservative like scalia with another conservative like judge gorsuch. he could have the chance to put a conservative in a spot presently filled by a liberal or independent thinker. >> the next vacancy is where we have the ability to get back and restore our basic constitutional protections. >> remember, the nuclear option w
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm EDT
to attempted murder and first-degree murder. this is just for montgomery county, not prince george's county. much more coming up tonight. let's turn to the weather and take a live look out why down pennsylvania to the u.s. capitol. warm today with more rain showers in the forecast, brian van de graaff is here. brian: rain this morning but off to the west, blue skies for crestwood middle school. as we head through the afternoon i think we will see temperatures warming, and a little bit of humidity as well with temperatures pushing into the low 80's. out 100% that we will not see a shower or thunderstorm this afternoon. around 3:00, trying to line a few up from gaithersburg to war and 10, and they made -- to warrenton, as far as this evening, spotty showers will end, 60 to 65. tomorrow another mild day but the weekend is looking unsettled and cooler. 60's on saturday, 50's on sunday. we will give you that in the timing on the next chance of rain coming up. jummy: fox news cutting its ties with the low riley. -- bill o'reilly. fire overame under reports that he reached settlements with five wo
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 9:00am PDT
clinton, i always compare george w. bush to bill clinton. so donald trump also can't come out of a tumultuous year. to be fair to president trump, he hasn't dropped. he's been sort of stuck there. if you're a respect, especially in a state that can swing back and forth, the president's at 40%, you're going to back up a little bit. >> i also think that watching a politician like that is a good barometer for trying to figure out how much real power is in some of these town hall meetings and the sort of -- is the democratic party really as energized as the detective would have you believe. is there real power that will translate in the midterm elections. the fact that politicians like ernst is paying attention. >> she think its's organic and real. >> also remember that number of 39% or 40% approval rating, if you break it down, you look at republicans, republicans support trump overwhelmingly. he's got very strong support. 80% or more among republicans. there's a risk of putting too much distance, because in fact their supporters are his supporters in a lot of cases. he's lost in
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 11:37am EDT
>> terrific that the reality of george, doug and mark a big round of applause? [applause] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] ♪ >> thank you very much. i hope you enjoyed our panel. as you can take away from that session, there's so many moving pieces and enormous complexity. as i said this morning there's a reason we haven't had tax reform are the years. the best and brightest hope you're able to take away some key insights. the session today is really about the washington policy summit. washington doesn't operate in a vacuum. in fact, we operate in the global financial community, and end with that, we were honored today to be able to have one of the leading intellectuals, leaving officials with respect to how we think about global financial institutions, global capital flows and global regulation. of course, ends again about my dear friend of the governor of the bank of england, but also the stability for it. ladies and gentlemen, mark carney. [applause] >> thank you very much, 10. thank you for taking a few moments before lunch, it is a tad. i wanted
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 11:00am EDT
. >>> former president george h.w. bush is still in a houston hospital this morning, but he could be heading home soon. he is recovering from a mild case of pneumonia. bush is regaining his strength and his spirit. you might remember that bush spent 16 days in the hospital for treatment of pneumonia back in january. >>> today a multimillion dollar project to repair or reconstruct eight alleys in d.c. gets under way. we have video from last year's alleypalooza. those sustainable materials will capture and filter storm water runoff before polluting rivers and streams. it will take about eight weeks to complete. >>> his murder dominated the news in recent days. we're going to show you the new tribute to the 74-year-old whose facebook page of his killer. >>> and the steps local lawmakers are now taking to clean up your neighborhood of any fios is not cable. we're wired differently. 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
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 8:00am PDT
on the national security council under president george w. bush and is now managing director of beefing global strategies. and jamie worked with the national security council under president clinton and is a senior fellow at the atlantic council. thank you for coming in. jamie, what do you make of this breaking news? as ryan brown was telling us from the pentagon, they're seeing that they're putting bombers on high alert in china. what do you think when you hear that? >> yeah, well, certainly tension on the korean peninsula is the aiahigh level, and this is a big game of chicken. president trump has really put a lot of pressure on north korea, and north korea is responding. china is somewhere in the middle, wanting to maintain the presence of its north korean ally. >> okay. >> but keeping the united states at bay and making sure that this doesn't get out of hand. and the problem is, china has ultimate control over north korea, but in order to exert that control, they need to cut off north korea's food and fuel in a way that will destabilize the regime, and north korea knows they have a lot of
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 8:00am PDT
george bush visited the pope, i believe, every time he came to italy. maybe president trump has too crowded of an agenda. i hope aeearnestly he will take moment to meet with the pope and see what the holy sea can play a role in that area of the world. >> they shared words before. is there bad blood there? >> i don't think there's bad blood, per se. i think pope francis has strayed into some areas that cause concern for many conservatives like me in the united states. whereas pope benedict was much more aligned in articulating the evils of islamic terrorism and how we can fight it. >> congressman, good to talk to you. thank you for joining us. hope you'll come back again. republican congressman rooney from florida, a member of the house foreign affairs committee. >>> right now, outside fox news in new york, protesters are demonstrating against bill o'reilly. he's on leave after fox news had a storm of accusations. we're going to talk about the decision to separate from bill o'reilly when we come back. >>> exxonmobil reportedly wants back into russia. new reports say the oil giant is
as deputy assistant and deputy director of economic council under president george w. bush, please welcome mark and panelist to the stage, douglas econ, president of the american action forum, and mark, deputy staff director and chief council at the senate finance committee. [applause] >> good morning, we are very fortunate to be here on the tax reform panel. president trump, majority leader mcconnell and speaker ryan have all declare that had tax reform is the number one economic priority for this year. if there were three people that i would pick to be in a room and write a new tax plan for me, it would be mark, doug and george right here. so we are very privileged to have them. george, is the senior tax council to speaker ryan, doug is the president of the american action forum and also the former director of the congressional budget office and mark is the chief tax council for the senate finance committee. every since the time of alexander hamilton, economic polls-making is about improving the reputation of the country and conditions for better economic growth and we are sitting in dc
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 10:05am EDT
he was shot and it was to cut dairy price supports. george h.w. bush's first meaningful piece of legislation, as i'm sure you already, the whistleblower protection act. there's not necessarily a lot that does get done in the first 100 days. recent memory, obama, because we were in an economic crisis, there was a lot that happened. the stimulus bill -- i kind of handicap that one because getting politicians to spend money is usually not a heavy lift, but the auto bailout and the ledbetter act, a lot happened. that has been more the exception than the norm. looking forward, what i think is different and distinct about this administration is the divide has seemed to harden a little bit and to get anything meaningful done, the regulation reform is meaningful to me. but you have to be able to legislate and that means 60 votes. on any of the big and meaningful stuff, it is difficult to see that happen, even though in previous administrations, a lot of the big stuff got done in the summer. it's hard to look out in the summer and have any confidence that there's going to be an ability
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm BST
, james haskell, joe launchbury and george ford, also heading to south america. asjones said, his squad has a striking blend of youth and experience. what i want these young guys to do is not wait for the senior players to ask them to do things, i want them to come in the squad and push the envelope. i watched them play, only had to watch them once. you could see they've got something about them. i want them to come in, raise the intensity of training, want them to be the new energy in the team. the only thing the senior players should have to do is ask them to tone it down, that's the only thing. and then find them a stea k restau ra nt at the only thing. and then find them a steak restaurant at night. jones insists the players who haven't made the squad, christian wade and danny cipriani, he says the door is still open for them. it feels it's the best squad available to him to go to argentina and win the series 2—0. there has been lots of speculation over the last 24 hours about the england keeper joe hart, and a possible move to liverpool in the summer. he has been on loan at torin
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
george bush. ashley and jonathan are here on set. andy, i'll start with you. overall, it seems like president trump is doing well among republicans. 33% give him an a. 39% give him a b. if you're a college student, you dig those numbers. on health care, only 20% give him an a. not horrible, not great. you think the white house is still feeling pressure to act on this one? >> actually, i think the 100-day plan has been, obviously, a plan that was in place, but they've had to deal with a lot of things happening outside of their plab th -- plan that caused them to lose focus. they've accomplished quite a bit, more than i would have thought. they're behind on finding people to serve in government and getting those people nominated and confirmed. but in terms of changing the momentum in washington from the old days to the new days is happening. we're all debating about it. i'd love to get ashley and jonathan's take on this. but they've had a relatively productive, close to the end of the 100-day test period that we've all put out there for them. they're getting better grades than i thoug
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
president george w. bush's decision to lift the state terrorism designation for north korea in 2008. an ill fated effort to deter the country's pursuit of nuclear weapons. the young leader of an impoverished nation has an appetite for grandiose propaganda. a video showed kim at a concert watching a simulated video of a missile strike on the u.s. u.n. ambassador nikki haley warned of pyongyang to tread carefully telling reporters it is important that north korea know we are not trying to pick a fight, so don't try to give us one. the white house has to cope with its own mixed signals. last week the president and his press secretary said the carrier "uss carl vinson" and strike force vessels were steaming towards the korean peninsula. >> we are sending an armada, very powerful. >> when you see a carrier group steaming into an area like that, the forward presence of that is clearly through almost every instance a huge deterrence. >> reporter: yesterday, press secretary sean spicer tried to clarify his remarks. >> we were asked a question about what signal is sent. we answered the question on w
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. executives here at fox you ins spent all day wednesday in back to back meetings deciding the fate of bill o'reilly, the network's top star. after a deep review and consultations with attorneys fox news deciding to terminate their biggest star. >> again, thanks for watching us tonight. >> reporter: overnight the show known for 20 years as "the o'reilly factor" hit the air with a new title, just "the factor." >> it is the end of an era here at the fox news channel. as we mentioned earlier bill o'reilly is leaving this chair and this network after more than 20 years. >> reporter: just hours earlier 21st century fox announcing nearly three weeks after growing allegations surfaced about the star regarding sexual harassment and mistreatment that it is severing ties with o'reilly saying "after a thorough and careful review of the allegations, the company and bill o'reilly have agreed that bill o'reilly will not be returning to the fox news channel." >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now.
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Apr 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
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Apr 20, 2017 9:52am EDT
at george washington. rising fourth year. my question is kind of granular. i might not fully understand the specifics. as i understand it, there is a committee as part of the ama called the ruc that is responsible for determining the cmt reimbursement codes and there is not any primary care physicians on that committee. so a lot of the reimbursements for medical care are being determined primarily by specialists. can you speak to just potential role of organized medicine to better represent primary care on that level? >> keisha, do you want to take that one? >> sure. i can take that a little bit. there are primary care, including family physicians on the ruc, the relative value-based committee that help set the fees for everything that providers do when they do a billing code that's how they are reimbursed and paid. it is skewed towards specialists. so primary care does have a voice on the committee. it is a smaller voice relative to everything else when you this think about shifting costs in health care and how people are paid, that's a -- there is a lot that committee can do to change
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm BST
to miss out on the lions, such as chris robshaw, james haskell, joe launchbury and george ford, are heading to south america. asjones ford, are heading to south america. as jones says, ford, are heading to south america. asjones says, his squad has a striking blend of youth and experience. what i want these young guys to do is not wait for the senior players to ask them to do things, i want them to come in the squad and push the envelope. these boys, i watched them play, squad and push the envelope. these boys, iwatched them play, only squad and push the envelope. these boys, i watched them play, only had to watch them play once. you can see they got something about them. i wa nt they got something about them. i want them to come in, raise the intensity of training, i want them to be the new energy in the team. the only thing the senior players should have to do is ask them to tone it down. that's the only thing. then find them a steak restaurant at night. jones insists the players who haven't made the squad, the likes of danny cipriani, christine wade, he says the door is stil
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00am PDT
shouldn't reveal, matt worked for george bush, i'm a big democrat, tried to unseat george bush. we both agreed whoever screwed this up would be fired by now if any sensible reasonable president of either party were in power. spicer doesn't know what's happening. he makes it up as he goes along. he's getting cautious because he could get undercut. this is a big deal. the reason it's a big deal is, south korea is in the movement. if there's a war between the united states and south korea we will not see many casualties. the south koreans will be decimated. this is a huge deal and we have just let down one of our most critical allies in asia. it is an enormous mistake and if somebody doesn't get fired over this trump is incompetent. >> i think the fundamental problem we've seen the entire presidency there is a total unwillingness to admit when they've messed up. when you watch sean spicer you can see it. it's a strained thing to say we were always wrong, we were always right, always right. >> sometimes i want to hug him up there i feel so bad. >> you can't because he's not given the leash
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 9:00am EDT
still to inner loop of the beltway prince george's county. this has been hunk up since tractor trailer overturn right around sick clocks this morning. two people were hurt. they have non-life threatening injuries. now, the inner loop ha had been completely closed between allentown road and pennsylvania avenue but the crash has just cleared completely. all lanes back open. however, the inner loop delays still stretch for miles. >> wow. okay. the big story at nine today metro needs money and lots of it to keep running. >> metro general manager laid out funding plan to keep the transit agency a float. he toll us the odds that he's facing to get it done. fox5's annie yu live place met though rotation with more on this proposal. good morning, annie. >> reporter: hey, good morning to all of you. yeah metro gm paul wiedefeld came out with this plan, and it's a very comprehensive plan, and it basically outlines how he plans or how he wants to make metro more reliable, much safer, and it also addresses the long-time funding issues of this transit agency. and you know it's not going to be easy w
at the center on budget and policy priorities. martin feldstein, the george f. baker professor of economics at harvard university and megyn green, managing director and chief economist at asset management ltd. good please welcome tim and his panelists to the stage. [applause] >> thank you all for coming today. he just heard miramax are there some things that made you want to take on i'm sure. before we get to the policy piece, maybe we can talk about her assessment of where we see the economy. the self indicators let pretty good, but they may have softened a bit. pricing of rate hikes now back to one this year, one next year, one the following year. some issue about whether first quarter can function has weakened a bit. it is not what we thought was going to be. where do you think the economy is? how do you judge it? where are we going from here? >> fundamentally the u.s. is 60% growth economy could be resolved as roughly 1.5% growth economy. it's very hard to see us move in a sustainable way. and the u.s. he mentioned bifurcation between soft versus hard data. some of the soft it is starti
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