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Apr 21, 2017 4:59pm PDT
france to its national currency. michelle caruso reports from paris. >> reporter: 100 miles north of par paris, this historic town center has its storefronts shuttered and even more evidence of a long economic downturn. it's part of france's rust belt. >> the unemployment rate is 20, it's huge. >> reporter: the median household income, less than $18,000. for those reasons and more, this is national front territory. the national front is the party of presidential can the marine le pen. the people here voted solidly for le pen in the first round of the 2012 election and they're expected to do so again. attracted to her platform of economic patriotism, that calls for the protection of french industries and also the protection of french labor unions. >> for many people, marine le pen will bring back employment. for example, and i think a lot of french people want -- just want to have the feeling that they are the priority of projects. that isn't the case anymore. >> reporter: not everyone in town likes her, though. green party member marine tondelere says le pen is merely selling celebrity a
BBC News
Apr 22, 2017 12:30am BST
the latest headlines: the gunman responsible for the attack in paris on thursday has been named. a note defending the so—called islamic state group was reportedly found near where he was shot. french security forces have been fully mobilised ahead of the elections. the prime minister says everything will be done to make sure the vote goes smoothly. us military officials say their troops have killed the leading member of the so—called islamic state group. he was reportedly killed during a commando raid in syria. as the up coming election in the uk, —— theresa may campaigns for the upcoming election, she said there was a softening of her promise to not raise taxes and she says she will keep the current spending on foreign aid. those are the latest headlines. let's get some more news from the election campaign. the chancellor philip hammond says he would prefer the government to have more flexibility on taxes. speaking to the bbc, he hinted that he would like to change the conservatives' 2050 manifesto promise not to raise income tax, vat or national insurance. —— 2015. it
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
attack on paris by isis affiliated terrorists, the vulnerability, two repeated strikes been more and more, a part of life in france. it raises the question how much more of this can free people abide? well this latest hit impact the choice of the french as they had to the polls to elect their next leader. this happening hours after a big coup as they negotiate the release of an american woman held three years in egypt. hello, everybody, i am martha maccallum. it is day 92 of the first 100. we start in france. where we are learning more about the suspected extremists believed to be behind a deadly sneak attack on police officers. he is a frenchman who had been on the radar of authorities for years. this isn't the first time he's attacked police. this american tourist was a witness. >> we saw the shooter in black, had a black rifle. it look like an ar-15, sounded like an ar-15. at that time, my wife yelled, "run," ran to the corner as fast as we could. it was absolute chaos. panic, with all the people hit here on the street. people were falling down. >> martha: this attack comes days before
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
minutes. >> we're learning more about the shooter and his victims in yesterdays attack in paris and how it's effecting france's upcoming election. >> we're tracking the weekend forecast. it did warm up today. we had 80s. more 80s in the weekend forecast. >>> french authorities are releasing more information on the suspect in yesterdays terror attack in paris. and on the police officer who was shot to death. the shooting in the heart of paris has also thrown a spotlight on france's presidential election. >> french investigators now say a 39-year-old french citizen who pledged his allegiance to isis acted alone when he opened fire on police officers. as thursday evening fell on the popular boulevard in the heart of paris the shooter killing one officer, wounding two, and injuring a german tourist when he left his car and opened fire. american tourists were among the witnesses to what french authorities are calling a terror attack. >> he rang out about ten shots towards the police on the road. at that time my wife yelled run. >> police returned fire killing the suspect, but not before
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
election. that's this sunday, after yesterday's attack in paris, which isis claimed credit for. president trump had this to say. another terrorist attack in paris. the people of france will not take much more of this. we'll have a big everything on presidential election. he elaborated during an interview with the associated press saying the attack will help candidate marine le pen. according to the associated press, the president said he wasn't endorsing le pen, but he said she's the strongest on borders and she's the strongest on what's been going on in france. whoever is the toughest on radical islamic trim, whoever is the toughest at the border will do best. why is the president inserting h himself into the campaign? jean bernard, i want you first, because you are french. >> thank you. >> is this a parallel election to our own from last year? is this a battle between the far right candidate, marine le pen, who opposes a lot of this immigration over there, basically blames it on the muslim community, the terrorism, and again a more moderate candidate against her? >> it's some
BBC News
Apr 22, 2017 12:00am BST
man who shot dead a policeman in paris on thursday is said to have four previous convictions. officials have given details of his time in prison. translation: during his imprisonment of a0 years he didn't show any signs of radicalisation. —— 14 show any signs of radicalisation. —— ia years. security forces mobilise ahead of the french elections. the pm says everything will do to make sure the elections go smoothly. us troops target and kill leading member of the so—called islamic state group in syria. as theresa may campaigns for the upcoming election in the uk, there are suggestions of a possible softening of the government's thomas not to raise taxes. last week harry styles went to number one with this debut single! can he do it again? and the royal couple on the radio as they visit the bbc to talk about at all health and play some charttopping music. —— mental health. campaigning in france has ended ahead of the first round of voting in the presidential election. the final day was overshadowed by the attack in paris on thursday. the paris prosecutor has confi
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
. >>> moment of terror, dramic new video of an isis inspired attacker opening fire in paris. tonight the american family who looked him right in the eye. >>> life on the run, new details in that alleged teacher student kidnapping. the victim finally headed home. >>> hotel hackers, a massive breach at major chains. how cyber thieves are targeting your vacation and business travel. >>> and the puzzle master, the man behind the brain teasers that millions make a daily ritual. right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world head quarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. power outages in big cities on both sides of the country made for some harrowing and frustrating moments today. the worst in san francisco where a blackout parol utilized a wide area including the bustling financial district affecting hundreds of thousands of above and below ground from stuck commuter trains to stuck elevators and in new york city, the subway system is recovering tonight after a power loss forced the shut down of several lines plunging the morning commute into chaos str
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
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BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 11:45pm BST
dead a policeman in paris on thursday is said to have four previous convictions. officials have given details of his time in prison. translation: during his imprisonment of a0 years he didn't show any signs of radicalisation. —— 14 show any signs of radicalisation. —— 1a years. security forces mobilise ahead of the french elections. the pm says everything will do to make sure the elections go smoothly. us troops target and kill leading member of the so—called islamic state group in syria. as theresa may campaigns for the upcoming election in the uk, there are suggestions of a possible softening of the government's thomas not to raise taxes. last week harry styles went to number one with this
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm PDT
terror attack in paris. the new images showing the moment the gunman opened fire, killing one police officer, wounding two others. authorities revealing the suspect killed by police had a criminal past, and was carrying a note supporting isis. we're hearing from an american couple just ten feet away from the shooter. here's alex marquardt in paris. >> reporter: tonight, inside the deadly attack along on the champs elysees, the gunfire shattering a quiet spring night. the chaos captured here from across the street, a lone gunman armed with an ak-47. targeting police, killing one officer and injuring two more. panicked crowds sent running. american john finney who was on vacation with his wife was just ten feet from the shooter. >> he rang out about ten shots, and then, at that time, my wife yelled, run. it was mass panic. >> reporter: in a nearby cafe, patrons taking cover under tables. >> people start screaming. i thought maybe to be the last minutes or seconds of my life. >> stay back, please. >> reporter: that gunman shot dead by police has now been identified as karim cheur
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 11:30pm BST
polls for the first round of voting, prosecutors say the gunman who shot dead a policeman in paris was a convicted criminal. a report into the deaths of three soldiers during an sas exercise in the brecon beacons has concluded it could happen again. hello and welcome to our look ahead i bringing us tomorrow. record, and the barrister and broadcaster sophia cannon. tomorrow's front pages. thank you for staying for a second review, which is an unusual retreat! the financial times says there's alarm within downing street as the chancellor hints that he wants to scrap the 2015 conservative pledge of not raising taxes. the mirror also leads with the chancellor's comments. it suggests mr hammond has signalled he could increase vat or income tax. the times says sources in washington have told the paper president trump is prioritising a trade deal with the eu over britain. the daily mail warns of a new mortgage price war as lenders cut interest rates. the sun also warns of tax rises and pension cuts if the conservatives win the election. it says there could be an increase in overseas aid spend
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
, predicting yesterday's paris attack will help the far-right candidate, marie le pen, in sunday's vote. he told the associated press, "she's the strongest on borders and on what's been going on in france. whoever is the toughest at the borders will do well in the election." elizabeth palmer has the latest on the attack in which one officer was killed and two others wounded. >> reporter: what made karim cheurfi decide to open fire on police yesterday and die in the act remains a mystery. french born and 39 years old, he had a criminal history of attacking the police. as officers secured the area around last night's shooting, they found a note by cheurfi's body defending isis. but in his last brush with the law just two months another police said they found no evidence of radicalization. john finley and his family from kentucky were strolling down the busy champs-elysees yesterday when he opened fire. >> i start running, my wife starts running. i get behind them. he's still shooting. >> reporter: he was aiming for those police. >> he had to be. he had a full magazine, was shooting off rounds
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
the newshour tonight: a deadly paris attack overshadows the last day of campaigning, ahead of sunday voting in france's tight presidential race. then, one-on-one with u.n. secretary general antonio guterres for his first u.s. television interview. >> ( translated ): we cannot forget we live in a world that conflict is multiplied and we need to address the root causes of this terrorism. >> woodruff: also ahead, missing children-- recent cases in washington, d.c., highlight unique challenges in cases involving missing children of color. >> there's a term that's often used, which is, "the missing white women syndrome." where, if you're not with blonde hair and blue eyes, your story is just not sensational enough. >> woodruff: and, it's friday. mark shields and michael gerson are here to analyze the week's news. all that and more, on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> the ford foundation. working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change worldwide. >>
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
tonight about the french police officer who was killed in paris yesterday. and the gunman who shot him. a french police association says the officer was 37 years old. in 2015, he was one of the law enforcement people who responded to the terrorist attack at that paris nightclub. the gunman had a note praising isis next to his body yesterday. police are searching his house and questioning his family yesterday. the big question, how will thursday's attack impact the first round of the french presidential elections? that begins on sunday. >>> two words no one in our area wants to hear, government shutdown. tonight president trump expressing confidence it can be avoided. but the white house is telling federal agencies to prepare for the possibility of a partial shutdown. blayne alexander is tracking the developments. >> so much of it has to do with what happens here on capitol hill. now, we're looking at some complicated talks next week, and further complicating those talks is a very congress returns from recess tuesday night, so that means lawmakers only about three full days to pass that
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
last day of campaigning -- >> yeah, i do agree. >> makes all the difference. >> with me from paris, columnist for usa today, long-time correspondent. david, thank you for joining us. just so the viewers understand this race, there are other candidates running for office. they go all the way to the left side, very forward to the left as well, is that right? >> oh, yes, there is an entire spectrum. there are 11 candidates standing for this round, 11 candidates. two will go into a second round two weeks after this. so, it's really, they're all the way from a trotzky candidate as you mention marine la penne on the far-right. >> we're paying attention to the fact president trump -- they haven't officially endorsed, but president trump has said la penne would make a good candidate. president obama is making a phone call. does it mean anything in paris and france for the vote? >> well, first of all, you have to understand, it's very interesting. i'm not sure that president trump recognizes the fact that the day after he launched the missiles into syria, marine la penne came out with a sta
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
personal account, plus how this latest attack in paris could have an impact on the u.s., tonight on "nbc nightly news" coming up of a this newscast. >>> back here in philadelphia. a stranger in the kitchen. police say a grandmother and grandson walked in on this burg lahr yesterd lar. he drove away in a light blue chevy impala. >>> pennsylvania wants to track its medical marijuana sales from seed to sale. the state is giving a $10 million contract to a denver company. that company will create a registry for patients and distributors and keep tabs on sales. medical marijuana became legal in pennsylvania a year ago. dispensaries and growing operations will be running by next year. >>> want a chance for a clean slate with a tax collector? today the pennsylvania department of revenue announced the tax amnesty program for a limited time. eligible people and businesses can pay past due state taxes without a penalty and with interest cut in half. you can find more information on the nbc 10 app. >>> taking a live look at the parkway now. after the nfl draft next week, the city will be getti
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
: in paris, france, a gununmn opened fire with an n automatic rifle on the champs elysees thursday, killing a police officer and seriously wounding two others before he was shot dead. police identified the attacker as karim cheurfi. a french citizen who served 15 years in prison after he was convicted in 2001 of shooting police officers. isis claimed responsibility, saying one of his soldiers carried out the attack will stop the assault came days after french voters had to the polls sunday for election that will see the top two presidential candidates advance the runoff election may 7. in media news, former fox news star bill o'reilly will receive a payout of about $25 million, equivalent to one year's salary, after he was fired on wednesday amid revelations that over a half-dozen women accused him of sexual harassment. o'reilly's payout follows a $40 million severance package paid to former fox news ceo roger ailes last year after he was accused of sexual harassment by more than 20 women. in ohio ststate regulators say , crews constructing thehe $4.2 billion rover pipeline spilled
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
>>> people in paris are leaving flowers at -- investigators have identified him as a 39- year-old french citizen. they think he acted alone but he had a note praising isis and that terror group has claimed responsibility. back in 2005 the shooter was convicted of trying to kill a police officer. he served 11 years in prison. police question him in january after a tip that he threatened law officers but they found no evidence and they let him go. >>> formal charges against the israeli-american teen accused of threatening jewish community centers. >> they are charged in florida and georgia and the justic department. he made multiple bomb threats and active shooter threats to several jcc's throughout florida. the investigation continues into other incidents including threats to jewish groups in both montgomery and fairfax counties. >>> we will take you to a u.s. town that is selling for as much as some homes in the d.c. area. >> but up next a blackout in a large portion of the bay area. >>> utility crews are slowly getting the power back on in san francisco. about 90,000 customers lo
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
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ABC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
includes funding for border wall with mexico. michelle: champs Élysees reopened in paris. people left flowers for the victims and the police raided the gunman's home. the attacker killed in the shooting was a french national with a long criminal record. jonathan: we talked about what was happening with the storm. we know a tree came down on a house in chevy chase. that is a huge tree! stephen: there is a lot of mess here, too. check out the tree. massive tree. it fell on to when the bought the tree down. the storm suffered severe damage. you can see the power lines down out here. bower out in the area. we -- power is out in the area. we know from the authorities at the scene the occupants, none of them was injured. you can see them on the other side of the tree talking to authorities. the lynnwood place off connecticut avenue. not far from the beltway. this storm hit the neighborhood hard. we will be on top of this and the other downed trees and problems throughout the evening. back to you. jonathan: a big tree. thank you. held captive for three years and now in the oval office t
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
paris. first, what we know about the shooting of three police officers and a german tourist, and how next week's election stacks up. greg palkot in paris tonight. >> reporter: the champs-elysees in paris tonight, after terror struck france once again. a man with an ak-47 shooting at a police van, killing one officer, seriously injuring two others, and hurting a tourist. when he fled, police fired off rounds of shots. >> it struck paris last night as it has in europe. >> reporter: the man responsible, 39-year-old karim sheurfi, he showed no signs of radicalization, and not on a terror watch list, and along with other weapons in his car and information on other police headquarters, a handwritten note, defending isis was found on his body. isis has claimed responsibility for the attack. this family looked terrorist right in the eyes. this family from kentucky from in paris, marking their 30th anniversary. >> we saw the shooter with the gun. and he started shooting bullets in the air. and the police were in the street. so it was a very terrifying moment. >> he pointed -- he did this
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
different ush u, the president told the associated press that yesterday's isis attack in paris will probably help the far right french presidential candidate in sunday's election because in his words she's strongest on borders and she's the strongest on what's going on in france. from your perspective, are those comments from the president appropriate? >> i don't think they're appropriate and i also think that he is really feeding in to the putin play book. once again. because that's precisely what vladimir putin wants. he has given la pen over $12 million in a loan. she visited him in moscow very recently. it will absolutely be the doing of the european union if she is elected. and potentially nato. it creates an opportunity for vladimir putin to move forward with imperialistic actions in europe and that would put us in a ground war conceivably. and it's very alarming that the president would weigh in like that and i hope he regrets it and keeps his twitter account shut down when he is dealing with international elections. >> congresswoman jackie spear, thanks for joining us. >> th
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. charles: john fund breaking count ugly truth about terror attacks yesterday in paris and in our runup to the election. many people believe their objective is to have a clash of civilization, their values and those of western civilization. i am loathe to call their values civilized. i googled the term isis and it goes back since 9/11. what would isis get out of it? >> i would disagree this is a class of civilizations. there is a western civilization and a barbarian ideology. and sharia on the other. by any measure of civilization, the idea of sharia, what it does to women and jews and other religious faiths, and homosexuals and so on is simply uncivilized. i think it's fair to say that thed thed anot least the muslim brotherhood. they are all seeking to impose that sharia program on us throughout the civilized world. the violent form of jihad is their preferred preference. but it's not the only one they use. immigration, material support for terrorism are actually more dangerous to western societies like ours. charles: michael, if that is the case, why push the envelope to the point where
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 11:00pm BST
, prosecutors say the gunman who shot dead a policeman in paris was a convicted criminal. a report into the deaths of three soldiers during an sas exercise in the brecon beacons has concluded it could happen again. and at 11:30pm we'll take a second look at tomorrow's papers, including: the times says trump is not preferencing britain. good evening and welcome to bbc news. on day three of the election campaign trail the prime minister and the chancellor have given theirfirst hints about the conservative manifesto. theresa may says she'll keep the current spending on foreign aid, despite pressure from some within her own party to cut it. but she would not commit to keep the so—called triple lock on pensions, which guarantees they rise by inflation, average earnings or 2.5% each year, whichever is highest. labour says it will keep it. and the chancellor philip hammond has hinted that the conservatives will end the party's promise not to raise income tax, vat and national insurance. our first report is from our deputy political editorjohn pienaar. trust me, i'm a politician. melita stays
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 10:45pm BST
, prosecutors say the gunman who shot dead a policeman in paris was a convicted criminal. a report into the deaths of three soldiers during an sas exercise in the brecon beacons has concluded it could happen again. and at 11:30pm we'll take a second look at
my view the reason why the paris conference was so successful. initiative by the united states and china followed brazil, mexico, indonesia climbing onboard joint agreement had been reached. all of that made the success at for nearly 200 countries committed to specific targets for reducing their greenhouse and revisiting those targets over time with an ambition.increased that would not have happened if obama and xi had not stood up and made that announcement. is just some of the numbers on the u.s. energy climate record under president obama. always tell my students, the numbers aren't everything, but they usually are something. it's helpful from time to time o take a look at the actual numbers. 2008-2016, these numbers just for 2016 in the energy administration month eview released at the end of last month. you see here some very things.cant electricity generation from coal down by nearly 40%. generation from natural gas, a much lower of carbon dioxide per 60%.att up wind electricity up by more than 40 fold, soler up over fold. 1 %. electricity down arbon dioxide from energy down
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 2:30pm PDT
murder, how did karim cheurfi slip through the net to kill in paris? forced into hiding, gay men in chechnya escaping persecution and torture. ♪ tim: and one room, 2 grammys. we meet the british multi-instrumentalist making music at home. tim: hello. welcome to our viewers of public television in america and around the globe. not only was he on their radar, but the french authorities revealed the man who shot and killed a police officer in paris last night had tried to kill police officers before. karim cheurfi, who was 39, had been jailed in 2001, for firing at police officers. tonight the french authorities , said he showed no signs of islamist extremism. it comes as the french prepared to go to the polls this weekend for presidential elections, and the issue of security has been seized on by our candidates, as our europe area adler reports from paris. katya: french police on guard and at the ready at the sounds a lee's a today. champs bank today.s officers paused to pay respects to their colleague named as a 38-year-old. this mobile phone appears to show the moment the attacker
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 10:30pm BST
yesterday's tack in paris. let's begin with a reflection on what has been happening in the election campaign after the announcement of the snap election earlier in the week which took everyone by surprise, not least the conservative party. the daily mirror is where we will begin. more election u—turn. tonsil suggests he will drop the 2015 pledged not to hike taxes. —— the chancellor suggests. i think he has said he wants more flexibility. this is meant to be the brexit election and it is tax on every paper all day today and all day tomorrow. it will be a tax election this weekend. the tories want to drop this tax bombshell on labour. it has bounced back. philip hammond has said he will have to raise taxes. we know he will have to raise taxes. we know he will have to raise taxes and he has said that the 80 could go up. why would the daily mirror go on the 80? that is because it hits the poor harder than the rich. they spent about 10% of their vat -- rich. they spent about 10% of their vat —— income on vat. rich. they spent about 10% of their vat -- income on vat. if you too
marines at paris island, buford naval hospital, buford marine corps air station, and the guard members at mcintyre joint air base. south carolina knows and loves our military. your leadership provides young young options for meaningful and fulfilling lives while protecting american families. additionally as a veteran, son of a veteran, i'm grateful to have four sons that served overseas in the military, along with a nephew in the air force that's served in iraq. it's for this reason i'm concerned about the negative impacts a continuing resolution would have on military families such as deferred reenlistment bonuses, delayed family moves to the school year, reprogrammed military equipment upgrades with limited training. how would each of you describe the real life consequences to military families that impact that continuing resolution poses on our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines? how would this affect service member morale, recruitment, and retention, and additionally could each of you provide one specific impact that stands apart from the rest? general milley? >> thanks, congre
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
the suspect in yesterday's attack on the champs-elysees paris. why officials say the shooting may not be the workings of isis. >> but first a new video from the royal family in their quest to put a spotlight on mental health resources. those stories and much more when "action news" comes right back tonight. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> president trump says he is optimistic about the gop's latest plan to repeal the affordable care act. white house aides have been working to revive the presidents campaign promise to reveal obamacare. a plan he abandoned when it seemed republicans could not reach an agreement. individual states could request to opt out of key mandates to lower insurance costs. >>> mattis says syria still possesses chemical weapons much he made the comment in israel where he met with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he believes syrian air force has grounded. israel's defense minister declined comment. >> volkswagen has been ordered to pay $2.8 billion in penalties for the emissions scandal it comes just six weeks after the german automaker pleaded guilty to conspiracy and obstr
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
cleared to use city facilities. >>> bullet holes, a stark reminder of the terror attack in paris yesterday that left one police officer dead, and two tourists, two officers hurt. today people laid flowers at the site of the shooting and at the champs-elyse champs-elysees. >> the latest developments in the case. >> reporter: things starting to return to normal a day after that deadly attack on the champs-elysees. traffic there, many people, businesses opened as well today. meantime, french police searched the home of the suspected attacker today. he only crossed paths with the suspect. didn't really know him and his family lived in the area for a time. neighbors believe the suspect was not religious nor affiliated with isis. but isis has taken responsibility for the attack. >>> also today an american family who saw the whole thing went back to where it happened with nbc's richard engel. john kinney, his wife and three kids from kentucky, feet away from the gunman when he started shooting. >> absolutely. >> you made eye contact? >> in the eye. just like this. like i'm looking at you right no
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
ground in paris for us. we have a potential government shutdown over the markets. >> that comes to a head next friday. oil coming to $50 bucks a barrel in a month. we see mixed reaction from investors. despite all that, the stockmarket has been relevant testifily steady, just about 2 % away from all time highs. so, are we whistling past the graveyard, tim seymour? >> i think we could be. you think about the connection we have over in greece. we were getting a headline about some guy that might be a prime minister. that's critical to the european union as france is. when you think about it, mcc did a great job of laying it out. if you get those two centerrists to be the front runner for the second round, does the communist who has almost 20% of the vote suddenly join the middle. if anything, the polls has been so up sidedown. the 56 was up today. i think whizing past the greater bay yard graveyard is a dramati phrase. are the markets too complacent? i think so. >> i think the biggest buzz i have, i'm not a good whistleer. anyway, the point, over the last three years, you had all these
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
last night's terrorist attack in paris. a jihaddist opening fire. two offers killed one wounded before the attacker was shot dead. is they say the 39-year-old karim cheurfi had a note for i. isis and they claimed responsibility for the attack. president: first our condolences to the people of france. it seems it's happening again. i saw it walking in. it's a terrible thing, terrible thing going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist it looks like another terrorist >> the mainstream media pounced on the attack for calling it what it is, terror. >> president trump said right off the bat, it looks like another terrorist attack. france we haven't been comfortable to call it that or report that. >> the coverage is get ago head of the fact. the president was referring to what i think he was watching on television. you do wonder are people going to take what he said as some idea that, it's -- he knows something more than what anyone else does. >> unlike what you may of heard during the press conference from bred trump, although he theoretically knows more than french leaders w
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
five weeks. alisa: french officials have the gunman who killed a police officer in paris last night was born in the french capital. they also say his car was loaded with weapons. documents also found next to his body and in his car had messages which suggested support for islamic state. that group claimed responsibly for the attack. france's prime minister is dismissing criticism from marine le pen in the wake of the attack . he says the french national front party leader was exploiting the situation to score political points. >> i want to remind marine le pen that in terms of the fight against terrorism, the fight against terrorism is difficult. exaggeration is not a gauge of efficiency. she demands the engagement of secret services but fails to remind that her party voted against the antiterrorism laws. alisa: the prime minister says nothing in the investigation links immigration to the shooting. french officials plan to increase security with the first round of the presidential election set for sunday. 11 candidates are expected to be whittled down to two before a winner takes al
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
the deadly attack in the heart of paris. a police officer killed after a man leaped out of a car and opened fire on a police the shooting cast a shadow over the final days of campaigning in the french presidential election. a shadow that president trump thinks will impact the outcome. nbc's matt bradley has the latest. >> reporter: french prosecutors have managed to paint a very disturbing portrait of the purp trart who killed a police officer here in central paris last night. that man, 39 years old, has spent many years in prison, had a very violent history and multiple run-ins with the police, but no discernible history with radicalization, and no real connection with isis. but police did say they found a note, espousing isis ideology next to his corpse after police shot him. the manhunt for any accomplices is expanding. last night police raided a house said to belong to his family and arrested three of his family members. now, since then, there's also been a ea omplices who might have been on sunday. that's when the closest presidential election, probably in recent memory in f
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
and wounded two others the champs Élysees reopened in paris. as police left flowers for the victims they raided the home. he was a french national with a long criminal record. they misidentified the shooter and the french media reported that a letter found near the body defended the group. the attack in paris comes at acil call time for france and all of europe. on sunday french voters will head to a polls for presidential election. many people, including president trump, think the attack could catapult a candidate to the front like trump himself. thief political correspondent -- chief political correspondent scott thuman joins us and just back from paris. scott: this is a crucial moment for the future of the country and the french government mobilizing 50,000 police officers to protect polling stations this weekend. another 7,000 soldiers on patrol. another attack in paris shook the city of lights and may shake up the world of politics. the candidate that pitched herself on toughest on immigration and terrorism is marine le pen of the national front. a populist party that wants to
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
authorities say that the man who killed a police officer and wounded, and wound three dollars others in paris had a note on him defending isis. investigators believe that attack on police was captured on this cell phone video. they say it appears to show suspect car next to the police van and two men with weapons drawn. one officer was killed and two other officers were wounded. the woman was also caught in the gunfire. investigators also say that 39 year-old kareem trophy served time for previous armed assaults on law enforcement. >>> state of arkansas carried out its first execution in nearly a dozen years and has plans for three more. convicted murderer ledeli was given a lethal injection just before midnight, lee was sentenced to death for beating a woman to death with a tire iron, in 1993. he was one of the eight inmates arkansas officials sought to execute before the lethal injection drug expired april 30th. the state still plans to put two more inmates to death on monday, and one, on thursday. >>> jurors are learning more about the life of the state police troop shore was gunned down b
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
released. liz: next up, president trump calling the paris attacks terror minutes before it was confirmed as a terror attack. guess who's upset about that. my next guest says he's not surprised the media is upset. retired lieutenant general mcinerney. >> you wonder, are people going to take what he said as some idea that he knows something more than what anybody else does? flonase allergy relief helps block 6 key inflammatory substances that cause nasal congestion and itchy, watery eyes. it's an allergy nasal spray that works beyond the nose. flonase. bp uses flir cameras - a new thermal imagining technology - to inspect difficult-to-reach pipelines, so we can detect leaks before humans can see them. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. [ that's a good thing, eligible for medicare? but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans,
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
believes the apparent terrorist attack in paris last night will, quote, probably help far right candidate marine le pen. he said he's not explicitly endorsing her but said this, quote, le pen is the candidate who is strongest on borders, and she's the strongest on what's been going on in france. then there's former president obama's office, who yesterday put out word that the president spoke by phone with the centrist candidate, emmanuel macron. they said president obama isn't endorsing any candidate either, but said president obama remains deeply committed to france as a close u.s. ally and, quote, a leader on behalf of liberal values in europe and around the world. you can infer from that what you will, but it looks like we could have a proxy fight between trump and obama. folks, after brexit and president trump's surprise victory, this vote is being closely watched for signs of another populist uprising. whoever the next leader in france is, they're going to have deep implications about the future of europe and its relationship with the united states. we'll be back with more
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
thursday's attack on police in paris. one police officer was killed. two others injured by a known extremist who was then shot and killed by responding officers, he's been identified as kareem, turphy. a report on his car turned up a should go and knives. investigators say the attacker was carrying a note that praised isis and listed the addresses of security sites today, kellyanne conway spoke out saying the president is committed to stopping attacks like this both at home and abroad. the globe are tired of these random terror attacks that take thef people and tired of politicians who won't name it, won't address it and won't take a hard line against it. this is a man, as president, who refuses to protect and deny the fact that terrorists are out there to kill innocent people. he's here to defeat isis and firmly committed to doing so >> president trump took to twitter saying he predicts the attack will have a big effect on the election in france, the top two candidates will move on to face each other in a runoff next month. >>> president trump welcomed home an egyptian american ch
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 10:00pm BST
messages voters can take from the first few days of political campaigning. also tonight. the paris gunman the authorities reveal he'd beenjailed forfiring at police officers before. a report into the deaths of three sas reservists on the brecon beacons says it could happen again. tributes are paid to the former england and aston villa defender ugo ehiog who's died at the age of 1m. harry styles went straight to number one with his debut single. sign of the times. can he do it again? and the duke and duchess of cambridge as you've never heard them before. a court hears how a teenager created mass hacking programmes from his pa rents mass hacking programmes from his parents house in hertfordshire. good evening. on day three of the campaign trail the prime minister and the chancellor have given theirfirst hints of what will and what may not be in the conservative manifesto. theresa may says she'll keep the current spending on foreign aid — despite pressure from some within her own party to cut it. but she would not commit to keep the so—called triple lock on pensions — which guaran
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
gunman who attacked police officers in paris. >> meantime the deadly terror attack in the heart of paris has thrown france's presidential election into chaos as three candidates scrap their campaign plans in the final hours of the race. fox's lauren blanchard has the latest from washington. >> reporter: french investigators now say a 39-year-old french citizen who pledged his allegiance to isis acted alone when he opened fire on police officers along the champs-elysees. as thursday evening fell on the popular champs-elysees boulevard in the heart of paris, the shooter identified as today rim cheuurrfi. killing one officer, injuring two and injuring a german tourist he leapt out of the his car and opened fire. american tourists were among the witnesses to what french shorts are calling a terror tack. >> he rang out about ten shots towards the police on the road. at that time my wife yelled, run! >> police returned fire killing the suspect but not before the 37-year-old officer lay dead. just a few weeks shy of his birthday. the shooting coming less than 72 hours before france's cont
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 9:45pm BST
paris gunman the authorities reveal he'd beenjailed forfiring at police officers before. a report into the deaths of three sas reservists on the brecon beacons says it could happen again. tributes are paid to the former england and aston villa defender ugo ehiog who's died at the age of 1m.
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 9:30pm BST
the latest headlines. the gunman responsible for the attack in paris on thursday has been identified by french media. handwritten note defending the so—called islamic state group was reportedly found near where he was shot. french security forces have been fully mobilised ahead of sunday's residential elections. the prime minister said hairs everything will be done to ensure the vote goes smoothly. —— says everything will be done. at least 19 children were killed when a minibus collided with a truck east of pretoria. police investigating the bomb attack on a bus carrying the dortmund football tea m bus carrying the dortmund football team last week have made an arrest. the motive may have been connected to money. at ten p.m., fiona bruce will be hit with a full round—up of the day's news. now it is time for newswatch. hello and welcome to newswatch. they are off again as bbc news embarks on covering another general election campaign, how much attention should be given to the views of people like brenda from bristol? not another one. oh, for god's sake! i can't stand
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
trump again commenting on yesterday's terror attacks in paris, predicting that it could impact the upcoming french presidential elections. the president telling the a.p. it will quote, probably help far right candidate marine le pen. coming up, live to paris. >>> plus, will republicans get any help from democrats on the budget in order to avoid a government shutdown? i ask the top democrat on the house budget committee next. stay with us. oscar mayer deli fresh ham has no added nitrates, nitrites or artificial preservatives. now it's good for us all. like those who like. sweet those who prefer heat. sfx - a breath of air and those who just love meat. oscar mayer deli fresh. sweet! if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis like me, and you're talking to your rheumatologist about a medication... ...this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain... ...and protect my joints from further damage. humira has been clinically studied for over 18 years. humira works by targeting and helping to... ...block a specific source... ...of inflammation that contributes to ra sym
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
who carried out yesterday's attack on police in paris apparently had a note with him defending isis. paris prosecutor released the new information saying the piece of paper fell out of his pocket. the 39-year-old hm a long criminal record of threats against police shot and killed an officer on the champs elysees. he was killed by responding officers o he was arrested in february but released because there was not enough evidence against him. >> ♪ >> president trump said he's preparing to roll out a plan that would mean "massive tax cuts for individuals and businesses." in an interview with the associated press the president declined to offer specifics of the plan but did say the proposed cuts would be "bigger i believe than any tax cut ever." it remains unclear if the plan will generate enough support in the republican controlled congress to pass. >> time right now for a check of the "action news" traffic report for your friday afternoon. >> friday people trying speed home for the weekend. matt pelman standing by in the "action news" traffic center. looks like no one is going anyw
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