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CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
position. we're going to see what happens. >> today both china and russia were part of a unanimous u.n. security council resolution condemning north korea's recent attempt to launch a ballistic missile. it demands the communist country conduct no further nuclear tests or face more sanctions. >>> still ahead, an unintended towing on a california freeway. >> coming up a big rig drags this car for miles! the truck driver says he had no idea. >> plus, while you're listening to music, a new lawsuit claims your headphones are spying on you. >> and cash may no longer be king. why more people are charging even the smallest purchases. and some businesses are going credit-only. a driver frantically waves for help... after his car got hooked onto a big rig. >>> hard football. here's the video dragged a-- hard to believe here's the video dragged along the freeway for mile a driver waving for help after his car got hooked on the back of a big rig. this happened in southern california on i-15 in the cajon pass. reporter crystal cruz shows us what it took to finally get the truck driver's attention
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
. >>> and the latest installment of the russia white house watch next. bburning of diabetic nerve pain these feet... jumped into city life as a kid... ...raised two rough and tumble boys... ...and kept my town moving. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is fda approved to treat this pain. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling or blurry vision. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs, and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. now i have less diabetic nerve pain. and i love keeping their little feet safe and sound. ask your
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
for potential collusion with russia's interference in the election, and he's failed to get any major legislation through congress. now with the 100-day mark of his presidency fast approaching, it's april 29th, a week from saturday, the president is growing increasingly desperate to put something in the win column. the first 100 days is an artificial milestone derided by the obama white house as a hallmark holiday and observed primarily by the media. that means it's likely to hold extraordinary importance for a president who watches as much cable news as the one currently in the white house. his favorite network even as a whole show every weekday dedicated solely to tracking his first 100 days and the president seems to be very much aware of the countdown. here he was trying to puff up his record earlier this week. >> no administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days -- that includes on military, on the border, on trade, on regulation, on law enforcement. we love our law enforcement. and on government reform. >> that specific claim received four pinocchios, the very first rating from "
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
for iran and russia to stop supporting theregime. >> one of the mistakes -- and how that agreement was put together is that it completely ignored all the other threats with iran. >> it's waning and they want to figure out a diplomatic solution now. >> so after hearing what the trump administration, do you think they will step back from the agreement? >> i don't think so, i thinkthey will try to negotiate around these issues and that includes iran support for hamas and we'll have to see. i think that iran doesn't believe they have to do any of that and if they abide by the better of the agreement, they have done their job. >> a preemptive strike from north korea and they're sayingthat they would be completely destroyed in an instant. do you think this is heading for war? >> i don't think so and they don't have that capability and a lot of that is aimed at their own people, but it's a very, very, serious situation. anything could trigger something, but you know, the rhetoric who they could destroy and all that, particularly the united states is not even on the table. south korea however, is
KRON
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
determing that russia used wikileaks during the 2016 election... the head of the c-i-a called wikileaks a "non-state hostile intelligence service." but arresting assange could be difficult. he is holed up in the ecuadorian embassy in london. ( pam ) it has been an institution in one east bay city since the 1920's. why the owners of a popular ravioli and salami factory say ... they have to close down for good.( steve ) and take a look at this video. a driver gets taken for a ride by a big rig. more of this dramatic video and how the driver finally go the truck to stop.( pam ) and the marijuana debate heats up on '4-20'. what activists tried to do ..... right outside the capitol building in washington... that led to several arrests. <"putting news first. pam moore, steve aveson, brittney shipp and gary radnich. the kron 4 news at 10. every night."> ( pam ) tonight across the country, activists are encouraging lawmakers to re-think the rules ... when it comes to marijuana. as we've been reporting, today's date - april 20th - is a well known pro-marijuana holiday.( steve ) we have already s
. these are lives. sen. kaine: can you lower the temperature in russia at the same time question -- can you lower the temperature and rush it at the same time? mr. price: they need to know that no rug is going to be pulled out from under them. sen. kaine: i will join you instability. i will join you in lowering the overture. i do not think lowering the temperature is consistent with rushing. my experience going around virginia is huge amounts of fear. we should not harm the american economy. health is a big sector of the american economy, 16 to witt by injecting a. we should try to fix the problems you or i might identify and do it in a way that provides stability and certainty. shouldn't that the our goal? mr. price: certainty is incredibly important. i'm reminded the congressional budget office has reminded us the aca has decreased the workforce by the equivalent of 2 million fte's. do is what we are able to work together to solve those challenges. sen. kaine: do you agree with the president-elect that the replacement for the affordable care act must ensure there is insurance for everybody? mr.
-a-vis russia without obviously giving up our humanity -- unity and our principles and without giving up our strength and our values. i also told president trump that we have confidence even though this is a difficult moment and we all know it's difficult right now. we have confidence in the future of the european union and certainly in the importance of the relationship between u.s. and italy. these are the two pillars that the trans-atlantic relationship is based on and great part of peace and freedom in the world. we are going through a difficult time, but i have confidence that the european union will continue to be a positive response to this. and finally, we are expecting and i look forward to the president's visit to the summit, and i trust that this will be the opportunity to show him the unity of our leaders and the of the principled free economies of the planet. because right now, we really do need this unity. once again, thank you, mr. president. president trump: thank you very much. thank you. appreciate it. i will take a few questions. john roberts of fox, please. john: mr. pres
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
's yours. mine is somewhere in china, russia there. so kind of cool. and also for more on earth day, a whole list of bay area activities. just go to our website, abc 7 news.com and you can see so many cities have events that are right for the whole family. larry and alma? >> i'd like to adopt beach front property that i would like to have legally, not virtually. >>> historic birth, last baby whale born yesterday. sea world said it ended orca breeding: it was pregnant at that time. visitors will be able to observe the calf soon. >> it's time to check on weather. kind of a bit of a downpour last night. cleared up nicely. >> i think the weekend is going to be spectacular. tomorrow maybe the high temperature spot of the week. >> see, larry is a junior meteorologist. he knows these things. he checked in with me already. the next few days along with tomorrow's big warm up we have zero chance of precipitation. as we get into early next week you see over here actually, we start here for the weekend. here for next week. we'll see the chance of rain bumps up to 60% for next tuesday. we have r
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
the estimated 3-tons of chemical weapons they still possess and now they're pressuring iran and russia to stop supporting them. >> iran, russia, they too are complicit in these crimes against humanity. >> and for the first time they're linking it to the iran nuclear deal and said if they don't stop supporting them, all options are on the table. >> the mistakes and it completely ignored all the other serious threats iran poses. >> but iran is saying they are holding up their bargain and said "warn out accusations can't match our compliance, altering the u.s. to fulfill its own commitments" meanwhile, the support is waning with the allies. >> it's clear to all, that there's no necessary solution to the crisis. >> in the middle east this week,he will meet with officials tomorrow. >>> isis claims responsibility tonight for an attack in paris. a gunman killed a police officer and wounded two others in a shooting on the world famous site. >> good evening. they say that the streets were packed with tourists and the gunman was shot to death by the police and was on their radar. the french police have
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
about syria, russia, north korea has been a problem in the huggo chavez days up to maduro. nothing is getting better down there. do we intervene in any way. we have a lot. we import a lot of our oil from venezuela? >> we can't intervene into something that's becoming a civil war. this is what happens when you have extremely corrupt society that was practicing this backward form of socialism. this should be a rich country, but maduro and chavez squandered riches and this is resulting. we should stay in touch with the organization of american states, keep close watch of the situation but the u.s. should not be intervening. tom: and to your point, this isn't the first country rich in oil that has had socialist or dictator and the country suffers because of the fact that they squander all the assets. do you see anything changing? how are they going to break out of that? >> well, i think that we have to offer assistance when things settle down. hopefully democratic government will come to power after this happens. it's very volatile right now. we don't know whether this dictator will be
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
to russia. just back from overseas. he'll tell you what he found. let's go "out front." the breaking news, prisz attack. isis claiming responsibility moments ago for an attack on the world famous champs-elysees in paris. this is what we know right now. an gunman jumped out of a car, opening fire with an automatic weapon, shooting and killing a police officer, wounding two more police officers and a female tourist. police ultimately shot and killed the attacker. this is the scene, as you can see, right outside the arc day triumph. police are searching for possible accomplices on the run. parts of central paris are on lockdown tonight. heavy police presence along the iconic boulevard as police officials launch the investigation. the shooter known to french security services for radical islamic activities. americans have been warned to avoid the area. late today president trump was quick to call the shooting an act of terror. >> it's a very, very terrible thing that's going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? it just never ends? >> we begin our
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
korea, iran, and maybe not russia because that's his bromance, including europe? go ahead. >> that's his m.o. when he doesn't like what someone says, then they're the enemy. when he doesn't like the media, then we are the opposition party. so basically he approaches all problems and all nations as if they were each and every one of them oppositional to him. so his idea that america first would -- you know, that america would always be first in any negotiation, in any policy decision, that's fine and good but not if that means that every person, every nation is suddenly on the enemies list. and if they're not, we're going to quickly make them join the enemies list. i mean what's going on in north korea is frightening and now china's military is preparing for this possible missile launch, this nuclear missile launch from south korea. now, they may just be bluffing. you who knows? but what trump is doing is pushing, pushing, pushing the envelope and i don't know what sort of response he's hoping to get, but i think he's making the world a much more dangerous place. >> let's talk about the w
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
hostile intelligence service, often abided by state actors like russia. >> on twitter, wikileaks had planting of stores in the media about hunting for sources usually means a field investigation trying to say which of many suspects react. fox news has also learned the cia is doing what is called a damage assessment of that is required every time classified information is compromised, martha. >> martha: thank you very much. here now, former cia contractor james mitchell, author of "enhanced interrogation, inside the minds and motives of the islamic terrorist trying to destroy america." dr. mitchell, good to have you with us tonight. you heard the story. what do you think is going on here? what is your best got gas? >> you mean in terms of the investigation? i am hoping they will treat it every bit like they put a cold war bowl hunt. if you treat it like a one-off thing that a disgruntled employee does, you might overlook some other people that are doing similar things. i'm hoping that they are going to look hard and clean house, as it were. those kind of leaks are very, very damaging.
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
. look at the other orange ones of here, russia. t some really interesting stuff here. betty: certainly an interesting, different way to look at these countries from an investing perspective. thank you so much. much more ahead, defending globalization. know that trade is critical to the future of the world. this is bloomberg. ♪ >> happy friday, 7:30 a.m. here in hong kong. 30 minutes away from from asia's first major market open. marketsn new york, closed higher. there was a rain and gloom, appropriate spring weather here. yvonne: i am yvonne man in hong kong. you are watching daybreak asia. there is first word news with courtney collins. the bank of japan governor it says policymakers will continue with very accommodative monetary policy and maintain asset purchases for some time. speaking exclusively to bloomberg, kuroda said there is a chance that reaching the banks 2% inflation target may be delayed. i news report says china is prepared to hold oil experts -- exports in another test. on pyongyang,ity the claim comes as more military torcises happen as a prelude invasion and threat
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
and russia. my co-author john and i have that found that it was much more than that but it was -- there was messaging problem, there was in fighting among aides, there were bigger problems, there was an image problem. of course a whole big e-mail problem that loomed over the campaign. so, our book details all of those things. >> i got to tell you one of the fascinating things about the book and about this election and the narrative is that we knew at all times who donald trump's campaign managers were. we knew it was paul manafort for awhile we certainly knew kellyanne conway. robby moot was nothing more than a shadowy figure >> well, i think what happened with robby mook is that some other people were elevated. he was originally campaign manager and some other people were elevated to a place where there was sort of a leadership by committee on this campaign and you had the chief strategist joel benson essentially demoated, jake sullivan the chief policy guy was essentially elevated to that -- to a de facto chief strategist role. none of this stuff came out duri
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
sanctions imposed on russia over its annexation of crimea. the state department, headed by longtime exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson, is one of the u.s. agencies that would have to approve the waiver -- meaning the current ceo of exxon will be asking the former ceo of exxon for permission to drill. exxonmobil claims it could lose its contract to drill in the black sea if it doesn't begin operatioions by the end of this year. turkish authorities arrested dozens of opposition members wednesday morning at dawn in a government crackdown against those questioning the e legitimy of sunday's referendum. the turkish president erdogan has claimed victory in the narrow referendum to give sweeping powers to the president. the opposition and european monitors say the vote was tainted by voting fraud and by a climate of fear and repression. in arkansas the state supreme , court has grananted a stay of execution to death r row prisonr stacey johnson, who was slated to die by lethal injection thursday. the stay was one of two new legal setbacks to arkansas's unprecedented plan to execute eight men in
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
three days before the french elections. also ahead, exxon seeks a waiver to do business in russia. are the trump administration's business ties impacting their decisions? plus, news divisions-- how a politically divided nation gets its news. >> i guess there was an element of distrust. as citizens we don't know what we don't know. >> sreenivasan: plus, the turbulent business of the airline industry: record profits, expanding routes, and in some cases bad service. all that and more on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> supported by the rockefeller foundation. promoting the well-being of humanity around the world by building resilience and inclusive economies. more at rockefellerfoundation.org >> carnegie corporation of new york. supporting innovations in education, democratic engagement, and the advancement of international peace and security. at carnegie.org. >> and with the ongoi
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
accomplished will be completely irrelevant. anyway, exxon, it wants to drill for oil in russia. a very blunt senator john mccain writing on twitter, are they crazy? secretary of state rex tillerson used to run exxon/mobil. the company is now seeking a waiver from u.s. sanctions to start drilling on a deal tillerson negotiated in 2012. tillerson saying he will not be involved in any decision made while in office. >>> you know, alex, he's not going to be involved and i believe that. but why would exxon even get -- why do they want a waiver, except for money, why should they get one? >> it's a good question. exxon does do a lot of business around the world. they've done business with russia in the past. but, look, this comes at a time when there is already a lot of scrutiny into this administration's dealings with russia. and, so -- >> this isn't the administration's problem. the administration didn't seek exxon to ask for a waiver. this is exxon doing it. >> that's true. it will be interesting to see how this plays out. you're already seeing tillerson saying i have nothing to do with this and
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
, file formal charges, what's the message that sends to russia? >> not much. if you're thinking that we send a serious message, you've got to look at the wake of what happened in the american election last year and what's happened in the interim. we have a french election coming up in a few days. if the russian took a message from the american warnings, you would think they backed away from the french elections. instead they're doing the same thing with right wing candidates in europe and france that they did to america. they don't care. >> isis now claiming responsibility for this attack in paris. what does that say to you? >> i'm not surprised by it. i don't know about the veracity of it. i think that's going to play out but i'm not surprised that they would want to claim responsibility for it whether they had anything to do with it or not. it fits their narrative. >> gloria, you watched the president with the italian prime minister today. what did you think of the way the president handled these national security issues? >> well, at the beginning of the president conference i think h
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
are the president of the g7. italy has always been, it seemed, open to russia, but considering russia's moves here in the u.s. prior to the elections, maybe other european nations as well, what would it take for russia to get to g8? is that a possibility? >> at the moment, no. what is, i think, not only possibility but a necessity is to maintain an involvement, an open door, a dialogue with russia. the idea of isolating russia, this is what history shows us, has always been counterproductive. who knows if, in the future, direct involvement. but it is not for the g7. >> bret: not this time around. >> for sure. >> bret: president trump has said he wants nato countries to step up as far as how much they are contributing to nato. 2016 data had italy at about the 20th. is this a legitimate concern, and is it going to step up its contribution to nato. >> we respect the commitment that we took. we are on track gradually, because our economy is growing, but we would like to have it faster growing. you can name every single military operation of nato from the baltic to the balkans and you will see an itali
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 2:30pm PDT
the french elections. also ahead, exxon seeks a waiver to do business in russia. are the trump administration's business ties impacting their decisions? plus, news divisions-- how a politically divided nation gets its news. >> i guess there was an element of distrust. as citizens we don't know what we don't know. >> sreenivasan: plus, the turbulent business of the airline industry: record profits, expanding routes, and in some cases bad service. all that and more on tonight's pbs newshour.
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
, the white house. >> both china and russia were part of a unanimous u.n. security council resolution condemning north korea's recent attempt to launch missile, demanding it conduct no further nuclear tests and threatening more sanctions. >>> police arrested one man but still looking for two others connected to a murder in college park. 27-year-old william moore of dundalk, maryland is charged with first-degree murder. 36-year-old rally farley was shot and killed in an apartment on milestone way last month. police released some video of two other people walking into his apartment building just before that shooting and $25,000 is out there for the person who can lead police to those men. >>> the traffic is moving on the beltway's inner loop again after a large truck flipped over near the suitland parkway. two cars were also involved in that crash. this backed up rush-hour traffic for 8 miles. we are told two other people were hurt but they are going to recover. >>> tonight we are keeping maryland governor larry hogan and his father in our thoughts. >> larry hogan senior suffered a majo
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
it was tillerson. that means iran and their other allies, russia and syria, this is an axis of evil and should be taken care of now rather than hoping that the obama administration made a good deal. scrap the deal. >> kimberly: iran sponsored terrorism working hand-in-hand with hezbollah. bob, this is another area of geopolitical problems that relate to the united states and know specifically you saw one of the things that president trump talked about when he was candidate trump, that this was a bad deal that we did with iran. now they have been put on notice. >> bob: let me make one comment about paris. these elections in two weeks are very important. for the first time, the right wing le pen group is threatening to take over the government paid something like this is exactly what they have been campaigning about, about immigration. if this guy turns out to be an immigrant who came in or illegally, it's only going to help them and could change this election. what mattis supposedly said, nobody mentioned the nuclear capability of iran. they talked about all the other things they are doing, put
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
but close. >> they're basically trying to just antagonize us. look, russia is a country that is trying to push its agenda. it is internally weak, economically weak, and right now they need to project an aura of power to keep control within its own country, and they will be doing acts like this. of course, we have to match every action of theirs with a positive reaction. i question right now, you know, a lot of things that are actions with the secretary of state visiting with putin. there's a lot of conversations happening about lifting sanctions, and i hope that they will remember these types of actions before we lift any sanctions on russia. >> congressman fwrks allegos, you know war, you have served in the united states marine corps in a war situation. this is a sentense situation. >> thank you for having me. >> that deadly attack on police in paris, we are getting new information. plus why president trump is now optimistic that republicans will, he believes, repeal and replace obamacare and will do it soon. >> i can't answer your -- [vo] quickbooks introduces jeanette and her mobile
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
the international community is this i would like among regard to syria, what is our policy in regard to russia. we haven't seen a coherent policy on the major policy challenges that america has. he needs consult and work the members of congress, we need to be united with strength working our aize around the world. that can be done in a bipartisan way. we haven't seen that today. i'm hoping there will be more consultation with congress. sir, thank you for coming on. i'll bring in the pan. susan page, senior political editor, staff writer with the atlantic, hint, hint. i think her birthday today. >> thank you of the. >> you look pretty good for 25. >> thank you! >> to me the most remarkable thing about the president today was he didn't want to make news. he was trying to be, tough rhetoric on iran and he found a new word but it was rhetoric. it wasn't an action. he seemed to walk back pledges. >> particularly on the north korea issue. a few days ago it was an issue that seemed like it was going to explode. on iran, he ended up deviating a little bit from rex tillerson, are president trump ended up s
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 4:26pm EDT
of the elements of the plan that are on the table. in my view, the leadership of russia has a plan. it is a geographic plan that is in front of them. and are judging responses making the next step in the plan based upon the response. and in that regard, they are not unpredictable. anrussia does not receive adequate response to an action, they will execute the next step of the plan. >> russia, more than anything, wants to reestablish its role in the global world. they have of you the following the breakup of the soviet union, they were mistreated. deserve ave they rightful role because they are nuclear power. they are not in a position to assert that. we think that is now what we are witnessing, an assertion on their part. the steps being taken or simply to make a point. an important conversation, does russia want to now and forever be an adversary of the united states. does russia desire a different relationship? our value systems are starkly different. and we do not hold the same values. because of having spent so many years in russia, there is scope to define a different relation
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
on paris, and juggling shifting relations with iran, north korea, russia, and china. blayne alexander has all of it covered from capitol hill blayne? >> pat, good afternoon to you. as you just heard during that news conference, the president, 91 days in, has certainly got a lot on his plate. today he talked about foreign policy and much more. today more foreign focus for president trump, hosting the italian prime minister at the white house. the president, starting the day on a different foreign front, ordering an investigation into foreign-made steel and its possible effect on national security, notably, not pointing the finger at china. >> this has nothing to do with china, this has to do with worldwide. >> reporter: the president is relying on china to help north korea. today the white house facing more questions over a naval strike group reportedly heading to north korea when it was nowhere close. >> it's like saying a ship off the coast of san diego is headed to new york. >> reporter: this as the president looks to take a tougher stance on iran. rethinking and possibly throw out the
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm PDT
be useful, even vis-a-vis russia, without obviously giving up our unity and our principles and without giving up our strength and our values. i also told president trump that we have confidence, even though this is a difficult moment and we all know it is difficult right now, we have confidence in the future of the european union and certainly in the importance of the relationship between the u.s. and italy. these are the two pillars that the trans atlantic relationship is based on and a great part of peace and freedom in the world. we are going through the difficult time but i have confidence that the european union will continue to be a positive response to this. and, finally, we are expecting and i look forward to the president's visit to the summit in taramina, and i trust that this will be the opportunity to show him the unity of our leaders of the principle free economies of the planet because right now we really do need this unity. once again, thank you, mr. president. >> thank you very much. thank you, appreciate it. take a few questions. john roberts of fox, please. >> mr. pre
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm PDT
prizes, dialogue can be useful even in russia without obviously giving up our unity and our principles, without giving our strengths and our values. i also told president trump that we have confidence of this difficult moment. we have confidence in the future of the european union and certainly in the importance of the relationship between u.s. and italy. these are the two pillars that the transit relationship are in of great part and freedom of the world. we are going through a difficult time but i have confidence that the european union will continue to be a positive response to this. finally, we are expecting and i look forward to the president's visit to the summit and i trust that this will be the opportunity to show him the unity of our leaders and of the principle free economies because right now we really need this unity. once again thank you mr. president. >> thank you, very much. thank you, i appreciate it. i will take a few questions. john roberts of fox? >>. >> i hope you will forgive me for asking you a three part question. it is been a while. the last few minutes, i belie
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
isis. >> g7 has pressured russia to put an end to the civil war. we heard president trump alluding to that. he has yet to travel abroad as president. he was met with many foreign leaders. we'll follow what happens at the g7 summit one month from now and the discussion of furthering of the closeness between national and international. >>> a gunman killed one police officer and wounded another before being killed himself in the stay's champs helys champs-. >>> 120 -- a new jersey mother takes the stand in murder trial of her 3-year-old son. the mother described the conversation she had with her son's father after the 3 year old disappeared. prosecutors say the suspect was consumed with jealousy when his son's body was found in the woods in october of 2015. the boy's mother appeared calm and collected when she recalled the hours after her son disappeared and was later found dead. >> rosemary connors was in that courtroom for the mother's testimony and is joined live from camden. dramatic testimony today. >> the mother is a witness for the prosecution. today the assistant district atto
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
keeping open the doors and difficult crises. dialogue can be useful even vis-a-vis russia without obviously giving up our unity and our principles and without giving up our strength and our values. i also told president trump we have confidence, even though this is a difficult moment and we all know it is difficult now. we have confidence in the future of the european union and certainly in the importance of the relationship between the u.s. and italy. these are the two pillars that transatlantic relationship is based on and a great part of peace and freedom in the world. we are going through a difficult time but i have confidence that the european union will continue to be a positive response to this and finally. we're expecting and i looks forward to the president's visit to the summit in taramina i trust this will be the opportunity to show him the unity of our leaders and of the principles of free economies of a planet. because right now we really need this unity. once again, thank you, mr. president. >> thank you very much, thank you, appreciate it. take a few questions. john
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm PDT
succeeded in keeping open the doors and difficult crises. dialogue can be useful, even vis a vis russia without obviously giving up our unity and our principles and without giving up our strength and our values. i also told president trump that we have confidence, even though this is a difficult we know it's difficult right now, we have confidence in the future of the european union and certainly the importance of the u.s. and italy. these are the two pillars that the trans atlantic relationship is based on and a great part of peace and freedom in the world. we're going through a difficult time but i have confidence that the european union will be a positive response to this. and finally, we are expecting and i look forward to the president's visit to the summit, and i trust that this will be the opportunity to show him the unity of our leaders and the free economies of a planet. because right now we really do need this unity. once again, thank u, mr. president. >> thank you very much. thank you. i appreciate it. take a few questions. john roberts of fox, please. >> mr. president, thank
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
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Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 3:30pm EDT
inss italy next month. the g-7 nations have urged russia to pressure the syrian government to and the six year civil war. they blame syrian president bashir al-assad's military for releasing chemical attack killed more than 80 people, including children. iranian state tv says the clerical body charged with vetting candidates has disqualify former hard-line -- ahent up within a job madinejad. he shocked the country by registering last week. they previously urged him not to run. calling for a foreign investigation into the deaths of eight people during venezuela's antigovernment protest from the past few weeks. two young adults and the national guard member died during wednesday's protest. the opposition has accused resident maduro of creating a dictatorship. everyone needs to act within the rule of law and human rights, they say. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and in over 120 countries. i'm mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. ♪ carla: live from bloomberg world headquarters in new york. joe: we are 30 minutes from the close of trade here in t
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
an upcoming summit because russia has been excluded for bad behavior. we could hear about moscow's latest moves to protect bashar al-assad. and plus, with a possible government shut down looming next week, the white house looks to make some big moves. making plays to get money for a southern border wall and for the military while republican lawmakers are pushing a new plan to overall obamacare. we'll see how their proposal could affect your coverage. and man hunt for a leaker. did a cia insider give secrets to wikileaks? word of an enormous countser enter jens operation underway right now. let's get to it. president trump is set to welcome italy's prime minister for the two leader's face-to-face meeting. here a live look. in fact, he may be arriving now. prime minister paolo gentiloni is in his first overseas trip since taking office. syria and russia will be a major part of the talks. you may remember, the g-7 used to be the g-8 but the group of industrialized nations kicked out russia after vladimir putin invaded cr invaded crimea in 2014. they have also blamed assad for the latest dead
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
day. two or three weeks ago his posture when it came to syria, when it came to russia seemed quite different than it does today. this seems like a challenge for the people who are trying to implement the president's foreign policy, and then it changes. >> yeah, i think it is. he also seems to hand off speaking about it more recently to mcmasters and to rex ti tillerson and have them take the front seat on this, nikki haley also, which many look at and go, i trust those people as actors. many looked to donald trump and said, there are many risks here but i believe he sees problems here and one of them was the problem of terrorism. they felt he was a guy that would approach foreign policy and say, i do have this carrot, enjoy your carrot, but i have this stick and i'm willing to use it. i think the tone change is what people were looking for in that vein, but the weathervane becomes part of it. it is unpredictable but worrying sometimes. >> jen saki, as somebody that worked at the white house and the obama administration, what are the difficulties of working with allies when it comes
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm EDT
have north korea, iraq, syria, so much going on. iran's mess too as we know. the tensions with russia over ukraine and having just lopped off of a whole portion of crimea could end up being another hot spot. but let us turn to the economy. we see the room filling up right now, i do see, gary cohn i saw. we'll start any minute. we also saw rex tillerson who is there. they can talk about whatever they want at those podiums, but the press when open for questions, no doubt is going to be asking about this paris shooting, brad, and the talk about tax reform. which do you think sort of takes precedence here. >> certainly ongoing terrorist situation in paris is a reflection of the battle we're fighting against terrorism. but bringing it closer to home, 2017 has got to be a year of action for republicans. we have to make good on promises of health care and tax cut and immigration because 28 teen will be a year of decision by the american people. they gave us the keys to the kingdom. now we have to open some doors. liz: there is sean spicer, the press secretary, steve bannon is walking in. who
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
the president needs to build relationships with the differing view to russia and aggression from that part of the world. so expect they will ask two members of the press corps frafing from italy and of course the white house press corps to ask questions. sometimes it is layered and more than the just one question. but it is an important opportunity for the president to be asked about the events most reasonly with north korea and expectations of the ongoing efforts of the kim jong-un jeep to expand its nuclear capability. at the same time we saw the failed miss test. there were questions about why did it fail and does it give us any insight about what's wha happening with the north korean relationship. so there is a considerable italian press corps waiting for that as well. a moment where there is a bit of passage tgean pageantry. >> we'll watch this play out live. coming in in an unusual way, on the north side of the white house. you see president trump greeting him there. let's pause for one moment. all right. president trump greeting the italian prime minister. they're about to have some
CNBC
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm EDT
, the country of russia, all that on the table here. white house official noted for me italy only spent 1.1% on military in 2016. they don't think that's high enough under the nato rule, and the italian prime minister, i'm told, last talked with president trump by phone on february 4th. ongoing relationship between the two countries with a lot to talk about, bill? >> all right, thank you very much. we'll let you get to the east room to prepare for that joint news conference 30 minutes from now. in the meantime, we had a rally day on wall street, dow up 200 points, up 225 at the highs of the day. let's get to the closing bell exchange now. joining us david rosenburg, steve grasso next to us here at post nine, and rick santelli at the c mrme in chicago. the trump trade is back on wall street. >> it is. as soon as we hear talk about pro growth policy or tax policy, it spikes higher. we've seen this a handful of times before, only the markets to flip back down and trades looking at the financials or energy or materials. when you look at those trades, the stereotypical trump trades, those slid
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 7:45pm BST
are significantly below us. the us spent 0.18%, and russia only not 0.08. and russia only 0.08. british development assistance is focused on places where the need is greatest, like the horn of africa or syria. but there is now some pressure in westminster to include uk aid spending in a larger budget that would also cover defence and trade. giving the government greater flexibility on how money is spent. we also recognise, and one of the ways we justify our overseas aid spending, is part of our diplomatic effort. part of our soft power. it's also part of our defence because if we help poor and developing nations to grow and prosper economically, then we can trade with them. in both parliament and the press there have been campaigned against wasteful spending abroad at a time of cuts at home. plans to spend millions to continue funding this group known as ethiopian‘s spice girls were abandoned by the government earlier this year. there is also significant political backing for development aid. supporters see it as a crucial, life—saving policy area in which global britain should still aspire to
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm BST
. but other big countries are significantly below us. the us spent 0.18%, and russia only not 0.08. and russia only 0.08.
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
of increasing aggression by russia. >>> new york city mayor bill deblasio looking to raise the price of cigarettes in the city to $13 a pack. smokes currently cost a minimum of $10.50 per pack. the national average for a pack, $5.51. the price hike would make the big apple the most expensive place in the nation to buy a pack of cigarettes. that's almost three times the cost of an average pack. "new york times" causing quite a stir after tweeting these two photos comparing president trump's meeting yesterday with the patriots to president obama's meeting with the team back in 2015 showing the stark contrast. but now the new eng patriots are calling "the times" out. fox news headlines 24/7 is here to discuss. >> pretty big mistake by "the new york times." the patriots were at the white house celebrating their big super bowl victory. like you just saw "the new york times" tweeted out a comparison photo that appears to show a whole lot more people surrounding president trump in 2015 than were is your -- rather president obama in 2015 than president trump yesterday. well, you know -- by t
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm EDT
to the russian border. there are concerns that if the u.s. strikes north korea russia could face the humanitarian crisis is a flee into russia. the chf economic advisor he is speaking in dc right now. and we are monitoring this because we want to know is he could give us any guidance in terms of what we're gonna see with tax reform. he is a lifelong democrat and some folks on the left including mark cuban said that he is actually leading some kind of effort to turn into a more moderate administration. i have news for them. i really do think that this is wishful thinking. i would bet you anything and by the way years ago garrett used to run a fixed income. i am betting that why he may be very liberal in terms of his social view he does have some economic views that are more on the conservative side and don't forget after all donald trump is the boss. you think i'm onto something here. the left would love to think that somehow they've planted their mold in the mall in the white house. and he will miraculously turn around everything that donald trump has thomas to do in the organ to go down -- inste
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
regarding the syrian conflict, regarding assad, regarding russia or whatever. so regarding iran and north korea, we just don't know. they're talking, but at this point their credibility is pretty low and they would probably be best advised not to talk and to appoint real people in real jobs and sit down and think through what they want to do, and only then talk and act. >> gideon rose and retired lieutenant colonel anthony schafer both giving some paralleled advice. >>> president trump is taking on another ally, our neighbor to the north. yes, again. it begs the question, is trump stealing a move from southpark's playbook? ♪ ♪ it seems that everything has gone wrong since canada came along ♪ great canada, great canada ♪ they're not even a real country, anyway. the microsoft cloud helps the pga tour turn countless points of data into insights that transform their business and will enhance the game for players and fans. the microsoft cloud turns information into insight. nosy neighbor with a glad bag, full of trash. what happens next? nothing. only glad has febreze to neutralize odo
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 10:00am PDT
the alaska coast twice within a 24-hour period. what message is russia trying to send u.s. fighter jets had to go up and intercept those russian bombers. what is the russian message right now? because this is a dangerous situation as well. >> it is a dangerous situation. i think the russians are testing this administration in many ways. i think it's further evidence that russia is not an ally of the united states. i hope this will persuade the president to stop cozying up to vladimir putin and understand that the interest of vladimir putin are very much at odds with the interest of the american people and of the united states. they are obviously engaged in destabilizing activities in many parts of the world, but this is just another sort of poke at the u.s. i think in a very stressful time to test the capacity of this president and this administration to manage multiple challenges, forgn policy changes at the same time. >> key words multiple challenges and there are multiple challenges right now. congressman david cicilline of rhode island, thanks very much for joining us. >> thanks for hav
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 10:00am PDT
of ambassador haley's mission, russia and china predictably hesitant to shift the focus. >> we would like to express our categorical disagreement with the attempted tailor this agreement to the domestic context and exclusively american foreign policy focus. >> finding peace in the middle east obviously incredibly challenging and so is finding agreement on the u.n. security council but ambassador haley seems determined to get there. we are still waiting for iran to speak sometime this afternoon. >> jenna: we will watch for that, thank you. >> jon: federal judge was criticized by president trump over his "mexican heritage" now set to hear another critical case, this one surrounding a so-called dreamer suing the trump administration. he claims he was wrongfully deported. while the president tried to get the case moved? paralegal panel weighs in. and conservative activist ann coulter faster press on after uc berkeley cancels her appearance over it, it says, safety concerns. >> i am giving the speech. i don't know, what are they going to do, arrest me? they can put me in the birmingham jail. b
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 10:00am PDT
post"'s karen deyoung former ambassador at large to russia, steven sesstanvich, senior fellow on the council of foreign relations. chris, start with you, president trump in about two hours, 2 1/2 hours from now, set to meet with italy's prime minister. that comes ahead of a g-7 meeting in italy next month. iran likely to be the big topic. we've heard a lot of tough language on this iran nuclear deal. this was secretary of state rex tillerson wednesday. >> an unchecked iran has the potential to travel the same path as north korea and take the world along with it. the united states is keen to avoid a second piece of evidence, that strategic patience is a failed approach. >> chris, where do we stand right now? >> well, right now, they're going to start a row view. this is going to be headed by the national security council. we heard rex tillerson talk about it yesterday, in spite of the fact that just on tuesday and this is the first time that this every 90 day review that is required under the terms of the iran nuclear deal, has fallen under this presidency and they said iran is
CNBC
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm EDT
headlines from around the world. tension with north korea, strained relationships with russia, trade spats with china and that french election this weekend. what impact might this have on the markets going forward, we say global strategies because you just got back from a month worth of traveling in mexico and latin america, i think parts of europe as well. why are the markets -- the dow is up pretty nicely in the past year, but we're actually one of the worst performing major markets. everything is up despite everything we just said. why? >> i think partly, brian, you saw a lot of yufism, optimism that came in the market following the donald trump election. the promise of more stimulus. the promise of -- i think they were a big factor in terms of the u.s. market doing well. and that also helped a lot of other markets except for the emerging markets initially which were worried about trade restrictions. now that you have come into 2017, the emerging markets are feeling more confident about a slower increase in fed rate increases. not so much in terms of trade restrictions because the presi
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