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PBS
Apr 21, 2017 4:59pm PDT
exxonmobil to work in russia and drill in areas prohibited by u.s. sanctions. as we reported earlier this week, exxon reportedly asked if it could work on an oil project with russia's state oil company, rosneft. secretary steven mnuchin said the decision was made in consultation with the president. >>> on wall street, large industrial companies were in focus, both general electric and honeywell reported better than expected earnings and revenue for the quarter. that's important to investors, because these are companies that operate across the globe. bob pisani has more from the network stock exchange. >> reporter: three industrials and three good earnings reports today. after a big week for banks, industrials are beginning to report first quarter earnings. and the results, generally pretty positive. general electric, honeywell, and tool maker black & decker all recorded earnings above expectations today. more important was the guidance for the full year. general electric affirmed its full year guidance. honeywell and stanley raised guidance modestly. yesterday, dover and paint maker
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
through. >> who's she blame personally. >> comey and russia. >> and a little bit obama. >> not about her own people? she wasn't blaming mook or blaming podesta or anybody else? >> no, no, no. >> you also say that bill clinton was happy with mook's strategy, writing mook wanted bill in places where the most hillary inclined voters would see him. that meant talking to white liberals and minorities in cities and their close in suburbs. that was one fault line that separated old time political hustling from modern data driv vote collecting. i'm with the old time hustling. i think most candidates win because they go outside. you can't just go to the usual suspects. you can't just be walter mondale and rely on the unions to come in and the liberals to come in because it's never 50%. don't they know this? >> you would think. bill clinton's whole game in politics is persuading people who are on the fence or don't agree with him. >> he did it five or six times in arkansas, a conservative state. >> go out and talk to folks who don't agree with you and some will like you even if they don't agree wi
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
did not embrace le pen so much, because -- they say that trump is in collusion with russia. we know that is not the case. in fact, he's taking a tough line with russia as president. she took $12 million from a russian bank, and she did it right after endorsing the russian annexation of crimea. she's actually in collusion with let me if you wouldn't wear double trouble is not she needs a separate herself from him. >> martha: mark alderman, what do you think? >> a patriot knows no boundaries, martha. the le pen campaign features a lot of the same ugliness the trump campaign did come of the scapegoating of muslims, the embrace of speed seven, the holocaust denial, and le pen should not be underestimated because the bigotry there is as powerful as it proved to be here. at the same time, all politics is local. i don't think we can read too much what happens in france. the french revolution was supposed to herald a new age of humanity, and of the world got napoleon instead. i think this bannon-esque fantasy of a worldwide nationalist revolt is demagoguery, martha. >> martha: some of the t
BBC News
Apr 22, 2017 12:00am BST
men were rounded up here in recent weeks. chechnya is a deeply conservative society, part of russia but one that seems to live by its own rolls. being gay is not accepted here. translation: people came to us, they wanted help. anonymous and scare people reporting what happened to them. it's hard to know the scale of it but we know people are still being repressed. the head of chechnya has denied everything. with international concern growing ramzan kadyrov was called into the kremlin. he said all talk of a gay purge was slander. vladimir putin's spokesman told me there was an investigation but no evidence. there have been threats, though. thousands gathered in chechnya's main mosque just though. thousands gathered in chechnya's main mosquejust after the first reports of abuse were published. religious leaders accused the newspaper responsible of insult and they vowed retribution. reporting on human rights in chechnya has already got to journalists killed. when they announce a jihad of all staff, not just me, that was pretty scary because it was the first time... it was confusing and
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
have gathered information that suggests russia tried to use carter page and other trump advisors to infiltrate the trump campaign. page is a former investment banker. he's described himself as a junior member in his words of trump's foreign policy team during the campaign. this development tonight a major one in the ongoing investigation into russia's meddling in the 2016 election. pamela brown has been following this story. she is out front from washington. what more are you learning this evening? >> we learned the fbi gathered intelligence last summer that suggested russian operatives tried to use trump advisors to infiltrate the trump campaign. this is according to multiple u.s. officials. carter page critical speech of u.s. policy against russia back in july of last year at a prominent moscow university is part of what raised concerns that he may have been compromised by russian intelligence. this new information add to the emerging picture of how the russians tried to influence the 2016 u.s. election not only through e-mail hacks and propaganda, sometimes referred to as fake ne
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
real issue is you have the u.s. not in opec but it has russia. will it respond? there are all sorts of issues here. the background is the budget restraints on all of these big oil-producing countries, they have big social expenditures and the oil price is a problem for them. the oil production how do you fund the deficit? and the incentive to cheat. >> we spoke about how the .arkets aren't convinced a fabulous article as well, the next catalyst could be that meeting, that extension in the opec agreement. what are we looking at if this agreement is not as impressive as some market observers would like it to be. >> we seem to have a range, a 45 through 55 range. if you failed to hit an agreement that would be a break down to the bottom end of that range. it making out because i don't think anybody really believes they control the oil price anymore. up, president erdogan is -- that is next, this is bloomberg. richard erdogan pulled off his -- he nearly won the turkish referendum by about 2%. they are confident about the future. we spoke to the deputy prime minister. a debate, no decisi
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
chinese if necessary. >> reporter: russia is moving tanks toward the border of north korea but the deployments are not related they say. u.s. spy planes continue to fly overhead and while president trump like presidents before him is hoping china can pressure north korea, many say kim jong-un sees nuclear weapons as the key to his regime's survival and is not likely to back down. lester? >> andrea mitchell thank you. >>> there are dramatic videos of the attack in paris when a gunman opened fire in a crowded street killing a police officer. we're hearing from the first time from an american family that escaped the mayhem. it's all playing out dominated by the issue of terrorism. nbc news chief foreign correspondent richard engel has more tonight from paris. >> reporter: new video tonight showing the moments a terrorist struck on the iconic champs-elysees in paris. over a dozen shots can pedestrians scrambling as the gunman opens fire killing a police officer before being shot dead. french authorities today identified him as karim cheurfi, a french national and a career criminal. aut
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
. russia now has flown bombers on or spy planes on or near alaska coasts for four consecutive nights this week. pentagon officials believe the russians were simply testing u.s. air force's response to their bomber flights. >>> and the trump administration now taking a more aggressive approach towards leaking. attorney general jeff sessions today responding to questions about prosecuting wikileaks and founder julian assange. >> department of justice does not comment on investigations. but i've said publicly and believe strongly we've had far too many leaks. we've had some very damaging leaks. it's our responsibility, a part of the responsibility to try to identify and prosecute any who violate our laws, and can you be sure we'll do that. it's going to be a top priority, and we'll fulfill our responsibility. tom: here to discuss the cia and fbi probe to determine how wikileaks got ahold of thousands of those top secret files allegedly by way of insider at the cia. joining me lieutenant colonel tony shaffer, senior fellow with the london center for policy research. >> hey, good evening. tom:
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. >> yeah. >> thank you all. you guys stick around. remember the russia election hack investigation? well, it's back and a key witness could connect the dots while speaking out for the first time. >>> also, trump versus obama, again, the former president and the new one squaring off with another election of huge consequence hanging in the balance. and lawyers for the president arguing, you have no right to protest at his rallies because of the president's free speech rights. we talked to the young man suing the president. >>> plus, a jaw dropping comment about women from a lawyer in a rape trial. >> people can be very good at lying. women can be especially good at it. because 're the weaker sex. >> oh, brother. well, you heard right. the lawyer says women are good at lying because they are the weaker sex. there is much more to this. we'll tell you coming up. >>> is the house intelligence committee getting back on track? well, the committee now reinviting, not subpoenaing, but reinviting former acting attorney general sally yates to testify at a public hearing as part of its investigation
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
from sanctions imposed on russia, so the company can drill for oil in the black sea. the joint venture has been halted since the u.s. imposed the sanctions for russia's annexation of crimea. secretary of state rex tillerson was exxon's c.e.o. back when the deal was signed. he recused himself from considering the waiver issue. south korea said today it's on high alert again, ahead of a military holiday in north korea, and a possible nuclear test. at the same time, president trump pressed china in a new tweet. he wrote, "china is very much the economic lifeline to north korea, so, if they want to solve the problem, they will." the chinese foreign ministry insisted beijing is enforcing a ban on coal imports from pyongyang. >> ( translated ): the chinese customs and ministry of commerce have issued the notice. as for some reports saying north korean coal ships are docking in chinese ports: due to humanitarian considerations for those crew members, we cannot simply leave them drifting on the sea. >> woodruff: north korea said overnight that the situation is "extremely perilous" beca
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
service often a bit of by state actors like russia. in reality, they champion nothing but their own celebrity. their moral compass is nonexistent. their mission, p personal self-aggrandizement to destruction of western values. amy: as cia chief mike pompeoeo blasts wikileaks, cnn confirms the trtrump admiministration has prepared an arrest a warrant for wikileaks founder julian assange. we will speak with pulitzer prize-winning journalist glenn greenwald, who argues the charges are a threatat to free speech and press freedom. then we go to indonesia, where vice president mike pence railed against isis-linked terrorism. >> the united states is proud to be one of the oldest and most engaged defense partners. under president trump we are firmly committed to continuing to collaborate on the security of both of our peoples. amy: this comes as a shocking new expose by investigative journalist allan nairn reveals backers of d donald trumump in indodonesia have joined army officers and a vigilante street movement linked to isis in an attempt to oust indonesia's democratically elected presid
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
and initiatives. of the top four candidates, three are in favor of closer ties to russia. two others want to boost france and europe's capabilities to rely less on nato and the united states, and spoken openly about leaving the european union and nato. >> if france were to withdraw from the integrated military structures, that would be a big blow to u.s. interests, france is one of the most capable military capable allies that we have. and their participation in nato missions is extremely important, and it advances u.s. security as well. >> reporter: france is the united states third largest trading partner, and changing with the european union will affect everyone, including the united states. people are talking about or talking to the candidates in france. president trump told the associated press, far right candidate is quote strongest on boarders, quote, what's been going on in france. though he offered no official endorsement. la pen wants to reduce immigration and withdraw from global alliances. the center left spoke president obama and progressive values, thank you for
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
hour, cnn exclusive on the federal investigation of russia's election meddling and alleged tie toe the trump camp. u.s. officials now tell cnn that fbi has gathered information, gathered intelligence, raising concern that russian operatives tried to use carter page and other trump advisers to infiltrate and inflew enthe campaign. stand by for details and new reaction. also tonight, we're following suspicious moves by russia. in the skies near alaska. russian warplanes flying close to the u.s. coast for the fourth time in as many days. u.s. defense officials believe moscow is send wlag they describe as a strategic message during times of rising tensions with washington. right now the pentagon is on constant watch for a nuclear or missile test by north korea. using spy planes and satellites to monitor kim jong-un's regime. south korea is amassing military hardware near the border, warning that a new provocation from the north could come at any time with a key military celebration only days away. and president trump is sending mixed messages tonight about the run-off to his 100th day in o
first week to rebuild our science and technology cooperation with ,hina, russia, brazil, japan and south korea. innovation for economic recovery and growth. the president inherited one of the worst recessions and he recognized the role science and technology could play. for example big investments in nanotechnology and material science to create high-quality and sustainable jobs and industries that take advantage of the technological edge that has long characterized the united states. we renounce nasa to boost of science and advanced technology. in 2010 when we were doing this, we were trying to put the science back in rocket science. nasa has been spending the bulk of its budget on big rockets and space shuttles, using 1980's or 1970's technology. those big rockets were so expensive that the budgets were being drained out of space science, space telescopes, robotics missions, aeronautics. we rebalance that after quite a long struggle with the congress. another big focus and an early priority for the president was private sector innovation talent to improve the responsiveness of go
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 2:30pm PDT
russia, but one that seeks to live by its own rules. being gay is not accepted here. >> people came to us, they wrote for help. anonymous scared people reporting what happened to them. it is hard to know the scale of it, but we know that people are still being repressed. reporter: the head of chechnya has denied everything. with international concern growing, he was called into the kremlin and said all talk of a gay purge was slender. vladimir putin's spokesman told me there is an investigation, but no evidence. there have been threats, though. thousands gathered in chechnya's main mosque just after the first reports of abuse were published. religious leaders accused the newspapers responsible of insults and vowed retribution. reporting of human rights in chechnya has already gotten journalists killed. two >> when they announced the jihad, that was pretty scary. it is disturbing because it reminds us of the situation with "charlie hebdo," where fanatics can do whatever because it is motivation for them. reporter: his life has already been shattered. he says he can never return home. >> i
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 2:30pm PDT
exxon a special sections waiver to drill for oil in russia. all major indices in the red. european indices down for the week. the european dax -- will -- france24 24 spoke with -- about how markets made react. >> it is fair to say the markets are not priced for an extreme outcome. perhaps if we were to see results, then the that would come as a surprise. there does seem to be quite a deals, as well as in the euro right now. assuming we don't get the markets mentioned, the -- google, and other giants expect to hit revenues of nearly 70 billion euros. thousands of visitors and thereds of companies, but industries facing some harsh reality as some consumers are slow to adopt technologies. >> back to the real world. touted reality has been as a means of revolutionizing how we play games, watch tv, travel, and even communicate. it was supposed to propel vr to the mainstream. but sales are not quite matching the hype, with the number of products shifting a full 40% behind forecast of this year, according to researchers. industriescar show, struck an optimistic note. --i think we are just
to the united states interests from russia, china, iran, rapidly growing threat from north korea, and an ongoing series of war against terrorists. this is no time in my professional view to increase risk to our national security. a year-long cr or a return to the bca funding will do just that. it will increase risk to the nation and will ultimately result in dead americans on a future battlefield. to execute current operations, sustain readiness while making progress toward a more capable and lethal future, the united states army requires most importantly predictable and consistent funding. the lack of fiscal year 2017 appropriations and no supplemental increase in funding will significantly and negatively impact readiness and increase risk to our force. additionally, a return to budget caps due to bca sequestration in fiscal year '18 forces the army to reverse our efforts to improve readiness and will lead to a hollow army. in the last two years, we have made steady progress in our core war fighting skills across multiple types of units, but we have much work to do to achieve fu
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
intelligence committee is launching its probe into russia's interference with last year's u.s. election. five key witnesses have been asked to testify including f.b.i. director james comey and national security agency director mike rogers, who will testify on may 2. former president barack obama will return to chicago on monday for his first public event since leaving office. he will hold a series of events over the next four weeks starting with a town hall style meeting with students at the university of chicago. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists. i am alisa parenti and this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ caroline: i am caroline hyde. this is "bloomberg technology." up, the system founders fund partner. brian singerman joins us for a crash course in identifying big winners in the next big wave intact -- in tech. unicorn unveils a new ad campaign. what pinterest has the pipeline to recapture public attention. apple sets its sights on deep space. we will analyze the thinking behind top executives. first to our lead. founders fund is best known for investing in compa
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
, breaking news. russia used people claiming to advise donald trump to infiltrate the campaign. >> reporter: the fbi gathered intelligence last summer suggesting russian operatives tried to use trump advisers, including carter page, to infill trail the the trump campaign. this is according to several u.s. officials. now, carter page's critical speech of u.s. policy against russia in jump 2016 at a prominent moscow university is part of what raised concerns in the bureau he may have been compromisinged by russian intelligence, but this new information adds to the emerging picture of how the russians meddled and influenced the 2016 election, not only through e-mail hacks and propaganda, sometimes referred to as fake news, but also trying to infiltra infiltrate 9 trump gain. they don't know whether page was awater russians were using him as well as the other advisers because of the way that russian spy services prampts page could have unknowingly talked with russian agents. >> pamela, what is carter page saying about this. >> reporter: page disputes this idea that he's collected i
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
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for an independent investigation into transactions between russia and all members of the trump administration? sure. [laughter] rep. cartwright: no problem. will you help strengthen the public school system, despite efforts of betsy devos? yes. [applause] rep. cartwright: yes. i will tell you, i do that because i believe public education is how we better ourselves in this economy. if you cut off the ability to better ourselves, so that only the people that were born on third base get to go to the best institutions, you are not being fair. that is the political view i hold to. if an infrastructure initiative goes forward, how can congress protect the american taxpayer from privatization scams? good question. make no mistake. i'm not here to trash donald trump. he is the president, he won the election. >> not by majority. he won it byht: the rules that were laid out. i have to work with them. he said some things i kind of like. the thing that he really said that heike a lot is wants to invest $1 trillion in american infrastructure. i didn't read the footnotes, but that did not sh
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
whether china, south korea, and russia have gone on military alert. and finally, and i think most interestingly, there's a report out of pyongyang from a.p. that says that the north korean government has begun to ration gasoline. you may remember that the chinese had threatened earlier in the month to -- or at least a chinese newspaper had threatened that the chinese might pull the leash on some of those oil supplies. so those are all smul signs that point in that direction. we've had the same conversation a little while ago, and they didn't test. but given all the tests, 26 nuclear and missile tests last year alone, you got to think that they're going to test at some time. >> jim, very quickly, president trump says china is turning up the heat on north korea like we have never seen before. give what you just cited, do you agree with that assessment? is that accurate? >> i think it is accurate. china has been slow to recognize this problem. they always treated north korea like a little brother, didn't take them seriously. but it's causing them a lot of problems. >> jim walsh, than
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
closer ties with russia. a quick run-down of the top four. there is marine le pen. she wants to dramatically slow immigration. withdraw from international liances. june luke medical lenition. fillimports to the united state. excuse me, 45 billion to the flights, 45 billion to exports to france. on one of that, up with analyst says this could have, election could have severe economic consequences to the united states. >> both jean medical lenition and marine le pen talk about the the -- default on its sovereign debt which would proffer a financial crisis on scale of much bigger than the one we saw in 2008. reporter: past two u.s. presidents are also talking about this election. president donald trump saying marine le pen could benefit from the attack yesterday because she talked about security. president trump did say he is not endorsing her. earlier this week, president obama spoke with emanuel macron. spokesperson for obama said there was not an official endorsement. they only talked about european issues. david: no matter what they say it will have some kind of reverberation i
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm EDT
helicopters near the border. russia says the military hardware and artillery were heading back from drills elsewhere and denied any connection to the tensions around north korea. in a campaign event today, discussing brexit and calling it a chance for the country. ,> it is not just a process it's an opportunity. an opportunity to change this country for the better for the future. may: prime minister theresa should strengthen her mandate ahead of the negotiations. todayof the 91st birthday as the monarch celebrated quietly at home. past buckingham palace, staging a 41 gun salute in hyde park. they played happy birthday during the changing of the guard ceremony. the queen is britain's longest reigning monarch. global news 24 hours a day. this is bloomberg. scarlet: live from bloomberg headquarters in new york. it joe: 30 minutes from the close of trading in the u.s.. scarlet: u.s. stocks falling this afternoon with oil sliding below $50 a barrel. joe: the question is, what'd you miss? scarlet: a race for the french presidential election. says to be investor very afraid. she says shoul
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
, currently prohibited by sapgss against russia, rex tillerson was previously exxon's ceo, as you know, but rescued himself to all decisions related to the oil joint for two years. >> musk is outspoken as you know about the risks of artificial intelligence. now the tesla founder's working on meshing a.i. with human consciousness. there's a neurolink he's going to pioneer. the first application of the technology will be therapeutic and musk says it will be some 8-10 years before it can be used commercially. he's also confirm he'll occupy the chief executive role at neurolink, making him ceo of three separate companies. >>> a serial ceo. >> yes, he is. >> class divisions at airlines are getting wider as now carriers cut amenities in economy and boost them in business and first class in order to fill planes and stay competitive against discount carriers, american airlines, united, and delta are all slashing prices for economy class tickets and cutting back sharply on basics like carry-on bags or seat choice. meanwhile, they are upgrading first class with small individual cabins and fully
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
this ramming up of military moves in the region of the world, that is the korean peninsula. russia is moving troops to the border of north korea. china is doing the same. south korea on high alert. north korea troops for military celebration in the coming days. even with higher levels of amassed military in the region and continued threats from north korean leader kim jong-un, defense secretary james mattis said the threats are empty and not proven to be honest. keith alexander who used head the national security agency said to me last friday when i pushed him on a potential issue after strike on north korea? do you believe kim jong-un who says he will do a preemptive strike? >> hard to say, to be honest. liz: you're not saying i don't believe him? he could do it? >> he could do it. liz: okay. which side is right? which opinion is correct? we bring in fox news strategic analyst, retired lieutenant colonel ralph peters. colonel, you get to be the tiebreaker here. will north korea, could it possibly launch a preemptive strike? >> liz, actually, both general mattis and general alexander
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
department stopped exxonmobil, they were trying to kind of go around u.s. sanctions in russia, asking for an exemption they could drill in the black sea. rex tillerson, of course, former ceo of that company. what do you think about that denial of the waiver? >> well, i think it's not surprising. it's what should have happened. these sanctions are in place for a reason. but i also think it might be indicative of how nervous this administration has become about russia. if you look at the way they have been acting since the news has broken about the fbi investigation of carter page involving russian interference in the election, they have kind of lurched the other direction, now calling russia our biggest foe and obviously they took action in syria. it seems like they have tried to change direction on russia very radically to get attention away from the investigation that's ongoing by the fbi and the house intelligence committee. >> charlie, one of the other things that's been under the radar this week but been happening, immigration and the battle in court. the attorney general i think people
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
as u.s. conflict with syria, north korea and russia. >>> reverend jesse jackson celebrated tech week. apart of the coalition push tact 2020 summit helping today and tomorrow to help get science and -- reverend jackson delivered -- he delivered a 20,000$20,000 check to the oakland school district. they matched that amount for $40,000. reverend jackson's -- >> we are reconnecting the relationship that is already established except we're coming with a plan to ensure we can impact communities and we're utilizing -- because of his voice and his capacity and his legendary status and we're able to touch a lot of people's lives in undeserved areas and bridge the divide. >> the vip reception includes music, food and speakers. >>> thousands of comic fans expected to arrive. >> jesse is live with the previews. any notables there yet. >>reporter: gasia, it's a few hours before the comic con. there's going to be actors like pam greer. we're going to interview her in a little bit. i'll have that later in the day. let's look at our video. a setup going on inside the convention center in san jose. 2
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
reports that russia is sending troops to bolster the border with north korea. a russian defense movement said it was all preplanned. there's a russian news agency quoting a middlitary commander saying the equipment was on its way. >> the issue of deployment and redeployment of troops inside the country does not fall into public affairs. >> in other words, none of your business. keep in mind this comes after we learned that the syrian government moved nearly all of its operational aircraft to a russian air base. officials say it's for protection in case of new u.s. middle sill strikes there. also today, more russian meddling off the american coastline. officials telling us here at fox on wednesday night, two russian spy planes flew near the aleutian islands. last night, officials say two long range and nuclear capable bombers flew by alaska and the canada coastline. those two incidents come after similar ones on monday and on tuesday of this week. so four nights and four fly-byes from the russians. jennifer griffin with us. what do officials make of these fly-byes? >> they're trying to te
really is. number one example is russia. corruption is the lubricant allowing mr. putin to do what he's doing. he's a master of deception. he's creating problems around the world so this population has this nationalist view of putin's leadership that allows him to stay in power. the progress we are making and getting populous sport is compromised. u.s. leadership has made it different. we still have a long way to go. in recent years, we lost a little bit of the momentum and certainly are russia's dominance now with world's affairs. they are moving their footprint well beyond europe. you saw the attack here in the united states and you see what they are doing in the middle east. we have a challenge ahead of us. >> let me turn to what's ahead of us. we have had some achievements and progress and back slipping. what is it that the united states could or should do to address that. i know you just introduced the bill so we can be talking about that. >> i am proud of bills that we passed for russia and was passed globally with my colleague and legislation and senator mccain. the two of u
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
russia. i think this has been a horrible 100 days. >> i just want to make rick's point, which is that congress hasn't exactly done its job, either, and our democrats are starting to look exactly like the kind of congress that they complained about during the obama era, which was their main goal was not to get things done for the american people but to block the president from getting any accomplishments. >> here's the thing. when the democrats ran the state, the house and the congress, they got big things done for their country. they haven't been able to get anything major accomplished for the country. it's been incompetent, it's been broken promises and we've got scandal when it comes to russia and whether or not the trump campaign cooperated with the russians. this is anything but a good 100 days. >> we appreciate your comments, guys. have a great weekend. >>> take a look at this picture just in to msnbc. this is staff that came to greet the president. any minute now he's going to decide, one, an executive order, and two, memoranda. similar things. we've sign lot of eos since trump
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
. and reports that russian troops are being mobilized between the russia and north korea border. how the kremlin is responding. >>> also, isis claiming responsibility after a man opens fire on police in the heart of paris. will this influence the french presidential election this weekend? we'll take you live to paris. ♪ the sun'll come out for people with heart failure, tomorrow is not a given. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow... ♪ i love ya, tomorrow in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto helped more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure... ...kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow i love ya, tomorrow ♪ ask your heart doctor about entresto. a
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm EDT
on social media appear to show russian military vehicles and helicopters near the border. russia says the military hardware and artillery were heading back from drills elsewhere and denied any connection to the tensions around north korea.
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm EDT
alliance or more conversations with russia and president vladimir putin. this has gotten to the united states for the past two u.s. presidents. you talked about what president trump tweeted there. he just had an interview with the associated press which he says he believes that the attack yesterday will help boost marie le pen because she has been strongest on borders. the president is not making an endorsement, also not making an endorsement is president barack obama, he called that relative centrist candidate and tweeted the candidate tweeted -- and president obama spokesperson stressed that president obama isn't endorsing anyone, but certainly those two men identify and align on one another when it comes to security issues and alliances in europe. trish? trish: rich edson, thank you very much. president trump was a supporter of the british decision to exit the european union but not whether he prefers the rest of the european union staying in tact. i'm joined by the editorial director for the washington examiner. let me ask you first of all where do you think marie le pen is
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
russia. moscow has conducted more fly byes near alaska. doing so for the past four nights in a row. we're being told that last night russia sent a pair of nuclear capable bear bombers. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is live at the pentagon right now. jennifer, what should we make of these russian flights near alaska a fourth straight night of them? >> reporter: welsh sandra, it seems the russians are testing the u.s. air force response time. last night, as you mentioned, pair of long range nuclear capable 95 bear bombers flew near alaska and canada, staying in both countries air defense zones for several hours. on april 19th, a pair of russian spy planes flew near the bering sea, staying in the u.s. air defense zone for a few hours before departing. wednesday night the u.s. air force did not scramble any fighter jets or air borne warning planes, a wac planes. last night two stealth fighter jets were scrambled to intercept the russian bear bombers. the russian jets in both incidents remained in international air space. it's not immediately clear how close they came to mai
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm BST
ukraine, and russia's arthur dalaloyan. another briton, joe fraser, was fifth. day seven at the world snooker championship and the main attraction has been on the table this afternoon — the five—time champion ronnie o'sullivan, who was looking to extend his lead over the 2005 champion shaun murphy. they resumed this afternoon, o'sullivan with a four frame lead overnight and he has maintained that. ..murphy put together something of a comeback winning three frames in a row and was 9—6 down at one point... so the final frame of the session turned out to be vital for both players — mistakes from both men but eventually o'sullivan was able to take advantage when murphy missed a simple green. he's restored his fourframe lead — 10—6 the score. that match concludes tomorrow morning first to 13. heather watson will play the world number five simona halep in tomorrow's opening match of great britain's fed cup world group play—off in romania. the game is live on radio 5 live sports extra and on the bbc sport website. british number one johanna konta will then face irina—camelia
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
factors in play. one is russia is trying to keep their pilots up to snuff, training them, making sure they can fly these long range missions. four times in four days is particularly note worthy in this case. >> fred, you're there in moscow. what are the russian -- what's the russian government saying about these bear bombers moving this close, buzzing in effect the alaskan coastline? >> there's really two sides. the kremlin for its part is not saying anything about all of this. they keep referring us to the russian defense ministry. the russian defense ministry has acknowledged that flights have been taking place and he's also acknowledged some have been intercepted by u.s. jet fighters. they say all the flights that are taking place are taking place in international air space and that all of them happen in accordance with international law. but of course it is something that we are seeing an uptick in such flights and regarding the question of whether or not there's some sort of strategic messaging involved, the russian government says they won't comment on that. one of the inte
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm EDT
recommence its drilling in russia. did they get it or not? let's go to eamon javers who has that news for us. eamon? >> reporter: no, they did not, david. the treasury department just putting out a statement here within the past few moments saying in consultation with donald j. trump the treasury department will not be issuing waivers to u.s. companies including exxon authorizing drilling prohibited by current russian sanctions. now you remember the reporting from earlier in the week which said exxon mobil was pursuing that joint venture with pao state controlled oil company. they wanted a waiver from those sanctions. they are not going to get it. >> thank you, eamon javers, updating us there. rex tillerson, former ceo of exxon mobil, now the secretary of state. >>> well, something is happening in the world of car racing that has not happened in 50 years sending shock waves to the racing world. we'll tell you what that is and why it is a big deal for the sport. first, the always fast rick santelli at the cme. green flag to you, rick. >> reporter: i'll tell you what, we always lik
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
russia, we are approaching the first 100 days of this new administration. how would you characterize their foreign policy? how would you define the trump foreign policy? >> i think it's hard to define this early, because there's been such a shift over the past couple of weeks. you know, i actually support in a vacuum the strike on syria. i don't have an issue with the large bomb being used in afghanistan. i do think we need a harder line against north korea. i don't want to go to war against north korea. i think the quay key is china. i think those things are advisable. but my problem or my concern is that they all happen right away, and through a sudden change of strategy, which calls into question sort of the motivation and what might be driving that change in policy. donald trump is somebody who -- he is a showman. he's also the president of the united states, but he is a showman, and he tends to go to where the applause is. his approval ratings have been very, very low. but these military efforts have been well received, for the most part. and so i think we have to ask these ques
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 12:30pm EDT
russia to send troops out to fight islamic state. key backer of the assad regime, has been providing air carson's 2015 but has not provided boots on the ground. president assad told news agencies that trump may be needed in the future if more terrorists from all over the world are brought to syria. house speaker paul ryan is leading a bipartisan congressional delegation to war salt to meet with poland's president and prime minister following the recent deployment of thousands of troops there. today stocks are focusing on economic and security issues. the congressional delegations trip to europe is scheduled to include stops in britain, norway and estonia. says if chinap wants to solve the "north korea problem," it will. president meeting with xi jinping. the president weeding today that china is the economic lifeline to north korea. global news 24 hours per day in 2600 journalists and analysts. this is bloomberg. bringing youg up, the best of our interviews out of the international meeting in washington. imf chiefom former economist. his perspective on the cause of french populism an
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
did before with the tomahawk missile attack. we know they still have them. russia either lied or ignorant of its job, then what? >> two things they have to validate the intelligence. i came from meetings on this very topic, neil. there is question what exactly categorizes as chemical weapons, is chlorine a pool additive, a chemical weapon? we know assad had that. that wasn't covered by the chemical regime. we have to be careful what we mean here. i met with congressional staff that worked this issue. neil: what if they did, tony? >> if they did, that goes to the next question, what do we do about it? how do we enforce the u.n. resolution to remove the chemicals? this will be a question we have to walk up to. why i'm meeting with members of the congress and congressional staff. do we go to war over this? what level of military action. the president got away with what strike. got that but members of both sides and democrats and republicans say you have to come to us to identify what next, what are you going to do next. that's where we're at. we need to define what we wish to achiev
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
can you drive a wedge between iran and russia? if you can drive that wedge, can you isolate iran in the middle east. so they would like to see tougher actions, but i think all of this rhetoric was plus ter. they had to affirm the deal. i think they got blow back and they said what they had to say. even the president said "spirit of the deal" never the letter of the deal itself. it goes back to the first negligence briefing that president elect trump got. and the first unofficial back and forth on the concern over north korea. this is a concern that has carried over and i think there is just more and more concern, it seems, because of the o opaquness. he smartly ignored it, but that is what policy makers are wondering. is he a fully rational actor. >> it is rational to hold on to your nukes if you watch what happened to moammar gadhafi and others that have given them up. if your mission is survival of a regime, then having nuclear reps that you got from your father -- >> iran is watching how we deal with north korea. there is plenty of people in the administration and around the worl
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
this russia conversation came after sessions got himself in trouble by saying something during a committee hearing it turns out that wasn't necessarily true. so there aren't a lot of advisers look at bannon who once that became kind of a hot relationship, trump started distancing himself. jeff sessions is not that. he's very -- he's close to the president. >> he has not gone back before the congress because he knows he'll be questioned about the meeting with the russian ambassador during the campaign and he didn't want to deal with that right now. today as we talked about earlier, one of the issues the trump administration is fighting for next week when congress is deciding how to keep the government open, the administration is insisting not only that they revisit obamacare but they need the seed money to pay for the border wall. the administration saying we want it. some conservatives don't think it's money well spent. a lot of democrats think it's a fool's errand. >> we do need that wall and we want to bring this down to virtually zero. we want people in america to know that we
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm BST
medallist 0leg verniaiev of ukraine and russia's arthur dalaloyan. another briton, joe fraser, was fifth. ellie downie and alice kinsella compete in the women's all—around finals in around an hours' time. that is all the sport for now, more in the next hour. former rangers manager walter smith said he was never overly burdened by the finances of running the club. he was appearing as the first witness in the fraud trial of craig whyte, the former owner. he is accused of two charges relating to the purchase of a club in 2011. the 46—year—old denies all charges. laura gordon is at the high court. today was the first day of evidence. what did the court here? craig whyte arrived at court here? craig whyte arrived at court this morning for this first day of evidence in a trial relating to his purchase of rangers, back in 2001. the first witness on the first day of evidence was former manager walter smith. mr smith has managed the club on two separate occasions. in his second stint as manager, he led the club to eight domestic trophies. it reached a european final as well. he was al
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am EDT
increasing security. francois fillon, who said his priority would be to collaborate with russia and the united states in order to defeat the islamic state. he also said he wants to hire 10,000 additional police forces if he is elected. attackedthe primary fillon and le pen, saying they are just exporting the attack. , which what happens candidates will move into different camps, or will they? is a verythis interesting question, especially the left-wing voters who have been extremely divided between those who might go for emmanuel macron, if he passes the first round, and those who are more towards melenchon. in terms of the left-wing voters, obviously going to be a massive issue, if not other candidates passes the first round. of course, we've had many of here for testing the second round already. macron would win in any case, marine le pen would lose in any case, according to these polls, and melenchon would lose against macron, but potentially win against fillon and marine le pen. caroline --mark: connan in french. live from paris, london, and new york. onnie: let's check in now the f
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 8:00am PDT
in four days, russia flexes its military might, flying nuclear-capable bombers near the u.s. border. what are the russians doing? what's the message? and what will the u.s. do to respond? >>> and it's the case now front and center in the battle over illegal immigration. this young man says he was wrongfully deported. homeland security says the facts are very different. his lawyer is joining me live. why do people put why does your tummy go "grumbily, grumbily, grumbily"? no more questions for you! ouph, that milk in your cereal was messing with you, wasn't it? try lactaid, it's real milk without that annoying lactose. good, right? -mmm, yeah. lactaid. the milk that doesn't mess with you. are you one sneeze away from being voted out of the carpool? try zyrtec® it's starts working hard at hour one and works twice as hard when you take it again the next day. stick with zyrtec® and muddle no more®. i hafor my belly painking overand constipation.ucts i've had it up to here! it's been month after month of fiber. weeks taking probiotics! days and nights of laxatives, only to have my sym
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 7:30am PDT
nonstate hostile intelligence service often a bit of by state actors like russia. in reality, they champion nothing but their own celebrity. their moral compass is nonexistent. their mission, p personal self-aggrandizement to destruction of western values. amy: as cia chief mike pompeoeo blasts wikileaks, cnn confirms the trtrump admiministration has
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