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Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
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Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
about an hour after the first incident. at the white house, president trump offered his condolences and condemned it as an act of terrorism during a joint press conference with italy's prime minister. >> it's a terrible thing and i'd say very, very, very terrible that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack. and what can you say? just never ends. >> reporter: french president hollande says he believes it was terrorism and authorities have opened an investigation into terrorism. we have just learned the chief suspect in the shooting is a 39- year-old man from the suburbs of paris. there is no word yet on a motive but the first round of battling in france's presidential election is three days away. at least one candidate is now calling for the voting to be postponed. >>> paris was also the scene of a terrorist attack that killed 130 people in november of 2015. the gunmen staged mass shootings and suicide bombings at four locations including the bataclan theater where 89 people were killed. >>> a major reversal from uc- berkeley officials. they now say
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
pro and anti-trump protesters clashed. >> we are making a number of changes based on our review. >> tuesday frustrating. >> reporter: berkeley college republicans invited coulter to speak. jose dee as is president and said administrators have been difficult in the planning process to bring coulter to cal. >> sometimes it feels like an opposition, if you will. just so we can bring a speaker over. >> reporter: he is a member of bridge usa, a nonpartisan campus organization that co-sponsored the coulter event. he is in favor of coulter speaking on campus on the university's alternative may 2nd date. >> we were actually going to pull out if the event was going to happen outside of that bridge usa because we thought it was no longer a student initiative. >> reporter: now, ann coulter has been tweeting today about the rescheduled event and says, berkeley just imposed an all-new arbitrary and harassing condition on my exercise of a constitutional right. now, university officials tell me that they refuse to respond to an event on april 27 since they simply don't have anywhere safe on ca
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
presidential elections. during a news conference is afternoon, president trump responded to the shooting. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france. again, it happens, it seems, i just thought as i was walking in. it's a terrible thing. it is a very, very terrible thing that is going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack. what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. i have been saying it for a long time. >> dana: joining us now with more, from washington, fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge. catherine, we have seen these toys come up before. what is difference about this one? >> dana, we are getting a lot of information from the french police, which tells us the individual was on their radar. that i identified him as a 39-year-old from the suburbs of paris, someone who had indicated their telegram, this is one of the encrypted apps that they wanted to tell police. also, it is very much a targeted killing based on the information that we have right now. to the suspect coming up to
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 8:00pm EDT
domination, and first 100 days of the trump administration and paul ryan being the policy wonk. but necessity blew it and i -- but they blew it. kennedy: the people caucus wants state wafers. -- state waivers. is that the most important? is that the line in the sand? >> yes, they want to bring down premiums. if you get rid of the mandates for preexisting conditions, that will bring premiums down. but premiums will skyrocket for people who have gotten used to having these conditions covered. even though premiums are high, if you tell them you will take away the services they had. it's politically poisonous. i don't think republicans have a lot of options and this is just the latest. unless they get off the messages of repealing and replacing and figure out how to tackle other economic areas and innovations they can add into the sean here. they are stuck in a bad messaging spiral and they are not going to get success. they need to move off of it. kennedy: the white house and republican leaders said to be hard at work on tax reform during the break. president trump has been pushing to cut corpor
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
under way to prosecute the founder candidate trump says he loves so much, wikileaks. julian assange has been hold up in london for years now. what do we know about this? >> u.s. authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of wikileaks founder, julian assange from officials familiar with the matter. it went way back to 2010 when they became famous for the files by u.s. intelligence analyst now known as chelsea manning and prosecutors struggled whether it precluded the first amendment for the prosecution of assange and now they believe they found a way to move forward. the attorney general today was asked and here's what he said. >> reporter: you said crime reduction overhaul in the department. last week, you heard -- [ inaudible ]-discussing the scourge of wikileaks and chelsea manning leaks. can you talk about whether it's a priority for your department to arrest assange once and for all and whether you can take him down? >> we are going to step up our effort and already are stepping up our efforts on all leaks. this is a matter that's gone beyond anything i'm aware of. we have
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
chaffetzs. >>> and the world according to trump. >> we are sending an armada, very powerful. >> as the armada backlash continues in south korea, why the president today is lashing out at canada after praising a strongman in turkey when "all in" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. the president of the united states is historically unpopular. his campaign is under federal investigation 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
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
investigation earlier today and the president here at home, president trump said during a joint press conference said that he believes it looks "like another terrorist attack" offering his condolences for those hurt and injured. >> he said, what can i say? it never ends and very blunt with the state of the world. >> reporter: certainly very blunt and we'll hear more when they determine if it was an isis attack. >> lauren thank you. >>> next, developing news, two police officers shot and wounded this afternoon in the downtown as they confronted suspects in a 7-11 robbery. an officer was fighting with a suspect on the ground when a female hit him on the head with a bottle and then there was an exchange of gunfire and one police officer is in critical condition, but has been upgraded to serious and his partner in satisfactory condition and the female was taken into the custody. >>> new details about theattempted killing of an 11 month old baby. the boyfriend and another person tried to kill the baby outside of a mcdonalds. they made an appearance today in court. >> reporter: late this afternoon, th
KRON
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
election...and while there was an ongoing debate by the candidates. at the white house - president trump talked about what happened in paris...while hosting italy's prime minister.. . in a statement from an isis-related news agency....the group gave a name forthe shooter indicating he's belgian. france's president, has convened a national defense and security council to meet friday morning.. and authorities confirm that the possibility of accomplices being involved in the shooting....has not been ruled out. grant and vicki? (grant) france has been in a state of emergency following a series of terror attacks... the two recent attacks on soldiers happened earlier this year at prominent locations around paris... one near the louvre museum back in february. a man with a machete attacked french soldiers...who then shot and injured the attacker. another was just last month... at paris' orly airport. a islamic extremist took a soldier hostage and attacked a female french soldier. he was able to wrestle away her assault rifle... but the terrorist was shot and killed before he could use that rifl
100 days of the trump administration approaching, c-span takes a look at the president's cabinet, which includes the seniormost appointed officials. program of our special begins with education secretary betsy devos. she was narrowly confirmed by the senate in february with vice president mike pence casting the tie-breaking vote. the daughter of a wealthy michigan family and the wife to the air of amway fortune, she has been a long time publican party activists and served at one time as state party chair. advocacy has focused on the issue of school choice. we will show you a portion of her hearing from january, starting with questions from north carolina republican richard burr. >> thank you for agreeing to serve. i think a lot of americans watch thatgoes on here and say is never me. i will never go through with it. most of us say that after an election cycle. somebody who find is the full monty. he did not have to do this. that is apparent married -- that is apparent. he did not have to choose education as you like ambition, but you did. i thank you for the investment and all th
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 4:59pm PDT
to be movement on some of the trump administration's pro-growth agenda. here are the closing numbers. the dow jones industrial average rose 174 points to 20,578. the nasdaq added 53. and the s&p 500 gained 17. bob pisani has more. >> reporter: why the rally today? it's a tricky call, but several factors are fueling the move higher. earnings have been mostly positive today, whether it's csx helping the railroads or qualcomm helping semi conductors, the earnings story has generally been better than expected, at least today. secondly, europe had a strong close. it's been choppy this week, french elections have been a major concern for the markets. but those worries eased today on hopes that more moderate candidates might prevail in the first round of elections over there. third, after a lot of hand wringing in washington, there's talk about a house compromise on health care, and could be a major move forward, and more tax cut talk, as steve mnuchin said we're close to bringing forward major tax reform. lastly, a bit of a bounceback. sectors that sold off this month reversed today, particularly r
visit in sicily next month. president trump i look forward to that. thank you very much. thank you. thank you. president trump: thank you, very much. prime minister, welcome. great honor. thank you. it is wonderful to have you in our wonderful people's house known as the white house. so many great italian friends are with us today. always, the deep ties of history and friendship that link together the american and italian peoples. that history traces its roots to the timeless contributions of italy, to civilization, and human progress. so true. stretching all the way back to ancient rome. through the ages, your country has been a beacon of artistic and scientific achievement. that continues today. from the venice to florence to pavarotti, a friend of mine. these bonds of history and culture have only grown stronger as our two nations have become close partners, dear friends, and very vital allies. mr. prime minister, i am thrilled you are here today to discuss how we can make this great relationship even more productive. in the years to come. on the economy, italy is one of the wor
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 12:30am BST
, donald trump had this response. our condolences to the people of france, again. it happens, as you see, i saw it as again. it happens, as you see, i saw itasi again. it happens, as you see, i saw it as i was walking in. it is a terrible thing that is going on in the world today. it's a very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying for long time. we recap the streetsmart. their major anti—terrorist operations taking place in paris after a gunman opened fire on a police bus in a pa rt opened fire on a police bus in a part of the french capital. —— in the heart. he killed one of and wounded two others. it took place on the champs—elysees, which leads from the champs—elysees, which leads from the arc de triomphe to be manager. it happened 300 metres away from the arc de triomphe itself. the government got out of the car and fired an automatic weapon, before being shot dead by police. media reports say he was known to the i
mike pence is on a 10 day tour of asia. he announced president trump will attend three summits. two in the philippines and one in vietnam. here are the vice president's remarks. ladies and gentlemen, it is my distinct pleasure to welcome you here. -- i want to first ur kind and generous hosts and the secretary for hosting us. it has been a very productive day. the vice president of the united states has had excellent meetings with the secretary general and the permanent representatives behind me. we have reaffirmed the u.s. commitment to southeast asia and the wider asia-pacific region. with that, i would like to welcome the vice president to the stage. ladies and gentlemen, vice president pence. [applause] vice president pence: good afternoon. to the my first visit asia-pacific as vice president of the u.s. i bring greetings from the president, president trump. it is such an honor to be here today at asean. asean has fostered economic integration. it has forged regional cooperation. it has promoted prosperity and security. but for the asean asia-pacific as a whole. i want to thank
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 7:19pm EDT
, see it live on c-span, then, the vote on president trump's choice to head the agriculture department, sonny perdue. watch the senate live on ffac-s 2. >>> last month, former canadian prime minister stephen harper talked about why it was important to support israel. this is about 15 minutes. >> that was -- phenomenal. phenomenal. former canadian prime minister stephen harper has been a leading, outspoken and courageous voice and strong support of a strong israel. his deeds have matched his words. no ally worked harder with the united states over that period of time to build international opposition to iran's nuclear program. and he demonstrated he was a true friend of the jewish state. so ladies and gentlemen, please join me in welcoming former canadian prime minister stephen harper harper. >> welcome to washington. >> nice to be here. >> was that unbelievable and moving? >> tremendous. >> what drives your commitment and your passion for this issue, this cause of this country? >> yeah, i get that, frank, i got that question all the time. i guess let me begin with the sad part of that.
. president trump: thank you, very much. we appreciate everybody for being here, and historic day for american steel. and most importantly, for american steelworkers. thank you to secretary wilbur ross for helping to lead this critical effort. we have been working on it since i came to office and long before i came to office. we are going to fight for american workers and american made steel. that is beginning immediately. for decades, america has lost our jobs in our factories to unfair foreign trade. one steel mill after another has been shut down, abandoned, and closed. and we are going to reverse that. other countries have made a living taking advantage of the united states in so many ways. as you know. i have been talking about that for a long time. as i travel the country, i shall shuttered factories and shuttered dreams, and i pledged to take action. it is one of the primary reasons i am sitting here today as president. since the day i entered office, i have followed through on that pledge, big-league, beginning with the withdrawal from the transpacific partnership, which would have bee
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
president trump offering his condolences after learning at least one police officer was killed in this evening's kier sill monmmons has details. >> reporter: terror in the heart of paris on the world famous champs elysees packed with tourists, a gunman opened fire on policemen. frightening moments caught on social media. the attack just happen the man says. one of the officers killed, two others seriously wounded. >> three guys come down in an audi car and shoot the police and kill one of the police and one is injured. >> reporter: the assailant shot down e asa asd s they fire back. he came out with a kalashnikov he said. forensic officers examining the car reportedly used in the attack. all leads point to terrorism the french president telling the nation. president trump responding during a news conference with italy's leader. >> what can you say? just never ends. >> reporter: just two days ago, two men were arrested in france suspected of planning an attack to disrupt the election after bomb-making equipment and guns were seized. attempted to target a group of soldiers guardi
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 12:00am BST
trump has ready passed on his condolences. also now a comment from downing street, saying that the uk strongly condemns the appalling terrorist attack in paris and theresa may has passed on her condolences to president francois hollande. the british gunmen paying its respects and condolences to the french country following today's attack on the champs—elysees. we cross back live to paris. you have been on the french election trail since it began. catherine, that is something that we were speaking about with our corresponded in paris. we heard how to the candidates have suspended their campaigning on friday for the rest of friday. this is the last day of campaigning. will this have an impact? what is your reading of what has happened on the champs—elysees will this have an impact on this first round of the elections?” think there really is a sense that this is going to impact on how french people vote, how they behave over this election weekend. we know that france has been quite a tense place in the past few days since police averted a potential attack just a couple of days ago.
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. [cheering and applauding] >> president trump's recent executive order to undo obama era policies on global warming is prompting a new twist on earth day. thousands of scientists plan to march on d.c. like women did in january. there will be over 400 local marches. the one in san francisco will feature myth busters adam savage. >> this is hundreds of thousands if not millions of us hitting the streets to let our voices be heard, to demand of our leaders in government evidence-based policy. >> nasa's offering somethng new this year. you can actually adopt a piece of the planet. i'm going to enter my name here virtually, of course, not legally binding, but you can get nasa date a on a little piece of earth that'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
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
to authorities and it -- as an extremist and there is a terrorism investigation. president trump was meeting with the prime minister of italy when he got the news. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france, it is happening it seems i just thought as i walked in, that is a terrible thing. a very terrible thing going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack, what can you say, it never ends, we have to be strong and vigilant. >>> the latest attack comes 3 days before the 1st votes cast in france's presidential election, france television hosting of foreign with the candidates when it interrupted its broadcast to report on the shootings. france is under a state of emergency put in place after the terror attacks of 2015, since then there have been a number of other attacks including the niece attack that killed more than 80 people. today's shooting is similar to recent attacks on soldiers providing security around paris, one of those happen at the louvre in february and the other at terraces orly airport last month. since yesterday 2 men arrested in southern
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
their commitment to work through nato. when asked if he saw a role for the u.s., president trump said he sees a limit in global conflict. >> i think the youth has enough roles, a role he where. i do not see that. i do see a role in getting rid of isis. we are being very effective in that regard. reporter: in paris the french president said he believes that was an act of terror. one of the leading candidates in the upcoming election says he thinks the campaign should be suspended. tom: republicans reportedly closing in on a new plan to repeal and replace obamacare. leaders of the conservative freedom caucus and the moderate tuesday group reportedly hammered out a proposal that would allow state to opt out of some of obamacare's key requirements, including allowing insurers to charge people with prior existing conditions as long as they make a high-risk pool available. mental health, maternity care. but president obama sounding optimistic congress will move to repeal and replace obamacare and prevent a government shutdown as early as next week. two votes coming up. >> i want to get both. are yo
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
slam a federal judge and insult the state of hawaii. a top democrat investigating trump's ties 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 wor
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. donald trump likes to provoke with his tweets and blunt talk. he shakes things up to keep himself in the news. but when it comes to dealing with the world, that tendency can be dangerous. president trump has issued threats to the leader of north korea. he's bombed a syrian government airstrip, and his secretary of state now suggests the trump administration may break apart the iranian nuclear deal and said that iran is a threat now to the united states. well, late today at a joint press conference with the prime minister of italy, president trump had this warning for iran. let's watch. >> as far as iran is concerned, i think they are doing a tremendous disservice to an agreement that was signed. it was a terrible agreement. it shouldn't have been signed. it shouldn't have been negotiated the way it was negotiated. i'm all for agreements, but that was a bad one, as bad as i've ever seen negotiated. they are not living up to the spirit of the agreement. i can tell you that. and we're analyzing it very, very carefully, and we'll have somethin
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. really, the biggest part of this credit goes to president trump. it's his message, that this border is no longer open. if you want to come to america, apply, do it lawfully. we had met 11 million people a year to lawful, permanent status in america. just don't do it illegally, let's do it legally. we will get this thing done. i think it is quite a thing to celebrate this much progress in the first 100 days. >> martha: secretary kelly, let's talk about daca. big story this week, juan montes, 23 euros old, just departed from this country. he is covered by daca until 2018, so, why was he departed? >> he wasn't daca anymore because of his behavior. he had multiple brushes with the law. one conviction for larceny. he left the country, then, returned illegally. he takes himself by his actions off the daca list. when he was taken into custody and deported, he was no longer covered by daca. >> martha: the people that support him, they say he is the sole supporter for his family, he claims he was eating at a restaurant in california, was picked up by agents and tossed over the border. you do
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
trump will cut taxes soon. yvonne: betting against protectionism. concerns about global growth. we have the world coverage here on daybreak asia, we will be live across asia and the u.s. for the latest from the boj and the fed. betty: and we will have more on the imf and the push for more open markets. plus, in minneapolis we will see if the samsung will boost its image. guru iswhere a tech located. daybreak asias come alive from the u.s. and asian headquarters. i am betty liu. 7:00e: it is just after a.m. here in hong kong. this is on a positive note. steve mnuchin said tax reform could be coming soon. but no real details. this: it is just words at point. how many times have you heard people in washington say this will get done and then it does not get done? however, at least today it was enough to get the markets to this day rally. at least on the asia side, the u.s. is ending the week for you on a positive note. yvonne: let's see how things are in new zealand. the index firm, up 1/5 of 1% on the index 50. take a look at the kiwi. yesterday there was better than expected inflation dat
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:59pm PDT
and talk about the plight of the middle class. >> donald trump heard the anger. the people who are angry, and you know what, who are right to be angry. angry, angry, that their kids can't get an education without getting crushed by student loan debt. angry that their wages haven't gone up for an entire generation. angry that after a lifetime of hard work that they qunt retire with any dignity and economic security. people who are right to be angry, only the difference was what donald trump promised and what donald trump has delivered have been night and day. have been in exactly opposite directions. >> rose: we conclude this evening with a look at a new film called the promise, about the armenian genocide and starred christian bale, angela sarafyan, and directed by terry george. >> i was determined it would be pg-13 because ultimately it is a love story where we take the audience through these events and i wanted it to be accessible to teenagers and also to people who might feel that an a rated film about a genocide is something beyond which they want to see. the horror in it is psycholo
.org. >> the president of turkey said today he would travel to and meet withc. president trump on may 16 and 17. it would be their first meeting since president trump took office in january. therts that ties between u.s. and turkey have deteriorated after the failed last july and disagreements over u.s. support militia group. on sunday, turkey held a constitutional referendum that government from a parliamentary system to a presidential system. increasing the president's powers. turkey's main opposition party has called for a recount. erdoganresident addressing supporters after the vote. [chanting] [speaking foreign language] >> there is no joy. is no bliss greater than to be the servant of this great nation. we have always told you, we are not here to be your masters. be your servants. sisters, up till today, those who didn't have this understanding spoke against us. but this was how we spoke with you. this was how we approached to you. and we are going to continue with our projects. as you know, today the results world hasthe had participation 35%, bute 55%, or even the participation in turkey is 86%.
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
in relation to the election," he said. and president trump in washington weighing in shortly after the shootings. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france. again it's happening. it seems. >> terry, what more do we know about the claim from isis. >> that claim from isis coming so quickly, suggest perhaps that this was an attack planned and directed by isis. we have seen that before in france. it could well be an attempt to shape that presidential election. david. >> all right, terry moran leading us off from. >>> a nationwide manhunt for a teacher a his former student. the student found okay. also founded two loaded handguns. tad cummins and student elizabeth thomas had been missing for a month. abc's kayna whitworth from california today. >> reporter: tonight, the ago agonyizing manhunt for that teacher and the student is over. acting on a tip from a man who spotted cummins' vehicle at a cabin in a remote part of northern california. more than 2,000 miles from where the two initially disappeared. police aprehending cummins after staking out the location for hours
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
, president trump was quick to call the paris shootings a terrorist attack, and he said, "it never ends." earlier, the president talked tough on trade, which could affect relations with china and canada. margaret brennan is at the white house tonight. margaret, what did the president say? >> reporter: well, scott, the president launched an investigation into foreign-made steel and whether it's a threat to national security. this could be the first step before putting tariffs on steel imports. of course, china is the world's biggest steel producer, but the president stomed short of directly challenging bei because, of course, he needs their help on many issues, particularly, north korea. now, the president did not mince words, though, when he was talking about canada. he said that country's trade practices were a "disgrace," and he promised again to renegotiate nafta. but to do that, the white house first has to get congress to sign off on a plan, and, scott, they still have not sent a final proposal up to the hill. the white house did tell us, though, that they're working on it. >> pell
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
of president trump sparked this voter interest in politics. jonathan allen and amy parnes wrote the book shattered inside hillary clinton's doomed campaign sort of a behind the scenes look at hillary's big loss. guys thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having us. >> let me start, i've heard adjectives, juicy gripping, can't put this down. the process of putting this together and doing all the interviews, what's the one big thing that surprised you or stuck out to you as you were writing this book? >> we were kind of surprised by, you know, a lot of aides, hillary clinton's aides saying the election all comes down to comey 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 dona
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 6:26pm EDT
>> a group of 21 american students aged 9-19 is suing president trump over the u.s. government's climate change policy which they claim puts their future in jeopardy. they're seeking a court order that requires the government to quickly reduce carbon dioxide emissions. one of the plaintiffs, 19-year-old college student ty ya hatton and her attorneys, spoke to the commonwealth club of san francisco about the case. this is just over an hour. >> our program tonight is our constitution, our climate and our children. is there a right not to be harmed by climate change? and our speakers tonight are a distinguished group with phil gregory, partner, cogett, petri and mcarthur, llp. tia hatton, youth plaintiff in the constitution and public trust case and julia olson, executive director, our children's trust. so please welcome our wonderful panel and greet them for us. [applause] and we'll ask bill to begin. >> well, we just saw, for those of you who haven't heard, an amazing judicial feat today where the ninth circuit in a3-0 -- in a 3-0 opinion kept the temporary restraining order nat
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 6:21pm EDT
program looking at the trump cabinet. we'll show you portions of confirmation be hearings featuring education secretary betsy devos, epa add hr.er scott pruitt and others, and that's tonight at eight eastern on c-span. here's a preview. >> i've only got one question today. why is it so difficult for us to figure out how to focus on outcome versus to get so hung up on process? >> senator, i think that's a very good question, and i think we could have a very robust debate in this room about that. but i think that human tendency is to protect and guard what is because change is difficult, and yet we see the fact that there are millions of students who are simply not getting the opportunity for an equal, an equal opportunity for a quality education. and we try to tinker around from the top, and we try to fix things, but it becomes more about the system, i'm afraid, than it does about what's right for each child. >> do you believe that climate change is caused by the emission, by carbon emissions by human activity? >> senator, as i indicated, you weren't this here during my opening state
to vote on president trump's voice to head the agriculture department. members will attempt to advance an attorney general nomination. >>> back now to the house financial services committee hearing with testimony from richard cordray, director of the consumer financial protection bureau. this portion is about an hour and 15 minutes. >>> okay. we'll call the hearing back to order. we'll be respectful of the director's time here. we do have a number of members that have returned. so again, we appreciate the indulgence of the director as well as other members here. at this point we are going to recognize the gentleman from washington, mr. heck, for five minutes. >> thank you, mr. chairman, very much. mr. cordray, thanks so much for being here. the testimony earlier in the day reminded me of a conclusion i had come to quite sometime ago about what the best thing that could conceively happen to congress would be. and it would be this. fewer adjectives, more announcements. fewer decibels, more listening. so i'm going to endeavor to listen. i want to first provide you an opportunity maybe to
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. something that president trump said. he was about to enter the east room. when this was unfolding. he was asked about the report. this is what president trump had to say. trump: it's a terrible thing going on in the world today. it looks like another terror attack. what can you say? it never ends. we have to be strong and vigilant. scott: the state department issued warnings to monitor the news to make sure it is safe to move about if they are in paris. two other notes politically a sensitive time because they have elections in three days. sundays they elect a new president. odds are it will go through first round balloting and no one will get 50% plus one so there will be a second round of votes two weeks but a lot of people wondering how it mate reflect on the leader, the candidate marine le pen who is very hard right wing against the jihadist effort. some believe it may propel her further in the polls. secondarily you have to look from the past attacks, the cafe attack, the "charlie hebdo" and the nice truck attack. we are reporting from capitol hill. scott thuman, abc7 news. jonat
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
trump said the attack in paris looks like another terrorist attack. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france again it's happening it seems. i just saw it as i was walking in so that's a terrible thing and it's a very, very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. >> the incident comes three days before a vote in france's tense presidential under attack at prominent locations around the city including the louvre museum in february and orely. >> a garage collapse at the reagan building. take a look at that. you can see the damage there. you can see the electrical wiring. pretty serious. this happened about an hour ago. officials say a portion of that ceiling fell damaged that car right there. the good news is no one was hurt. there's no word yet what caused that portion of the ceiling to collapse. >> ♪ >>> tonight at 6:00 there is video right now that's getting all sorts of attention on social media. metro transit police tried to
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
: when asked about north korea, president trump started talking about getting help from china to end north korea's nuclear program when he made this cryptic statement. >> very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours and i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. we don't know whether or not they are able to do that but i have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. >> reporter: once again, president trump called the nuclear agreement the obama administration brokered with iran one of the worst deals of all time. >> we are analyzing it very, very carefully and we will have something to say about it in the not too distant future but iran has not lived up to the spirit of the agreement. >> reporter: the state department issued a letter to congress this week reporting iran is living up to the terms of the deal. greg boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> president trump has ordered a 90 da nuclear deal. >>> ready for round two of a republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare, politico is reporting tonight the white house
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. authorities say counterterrorism investigators are involved in the probe. >>> president trump spoke a few hours ago and said the shooting in paris looks like another terrorist attack. the president offered france his condolences and said there have been too many similar tragedies. >> what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying it for a long time. >> police in paris say it's too early to say whether the attacker had any accomplices. they are looking into motive. >> stay with nbc 10. the latest on the paris attack will be on "nightly news." >>> david creato charged with killing his son. >> he felt his son was getting in the way of his relationship with a teenage girl. the mother testified against the former boyfriend recounting a conversation after this son's body was found. >> nbc 10's rosemary connors is joining us live outside the camden county courthouse. what else did the mom say during the testimony? >> reporter: she described that conversation as being odd and illogical. she couldn't make any sense of it. the jury today h
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
president trump has on his plate, both foreign and domestically, now just 91 days in office. standing beside the italian talking foreign policy -- >> they are not living up to the spirit of the agreement. >> reporter: the president for the first time adding new joiskds for throwing out the iran nuclear deal. >> we're analyzing it very, very carefully and we'll have something to say about it in the not too distant future. >> reporter: just a day after his administration said the regime was following the letter of the agreement. on north korea -- >> we are in very good shape. we're building our military rapidly. >> reporter: framing china as an ally against north korea, but still a potential economic rival. >> you'll make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace or do something about the menace of north korea. >> reporter: asked to choose between getting a health care bill or a spending bill through congress, the president optimistic on both. >> remember, it took obamacare 17 months. i've really been negotiating this for two months, maybe even less than that. i think we want t
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
harassment. we will speak to one of the lawyers who helped take him down. then we look at ivanka trump, who recently secured three new trademarks in china on the very same day she dined with the chinese president her father, president trump at mar-a-lago. , is ivanka using her white house post to enrich her business empire? >> nobody holding a position of trust with united states government can receive payments from foreign governments. whether gifts or a celery or profits. and that is what emoluments are, profits or benefits, comes from the latin root the refersrs to profits and benefits. amy: thehen as human rights wath accuses the u.s. of bombmbing a mosque in syria, killing dozens, we will look at the soaring number of civilian deaths caused by u.s. airstrikes in syria and iraq. all that and more, coming up. welcome to democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the longtime fox news star bill o'reilly is out after more than half dozen women accused him of sexual harassment. his departure follows a similar ouster of longtime powerful fox news ceo roger a
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
scheduled an emergency meeting to discuss that shooting. president trump told reporters at the white house this afternoon that it looks like it was an act of terror. >> back here at home major mess in southwest philadelphia. annoying some residents. a massive hole blocking their street for days now. thanks for joining us tonight at 6:00. i'm iain page. lucy is off. >>> the water department says authority issue and our jeff cole is working on this one and joins us 35 explain. jeff. >> reporter: iain at least the water has stopped flowing to this big hole on wheeler street. in fact the street is blocked off. it's gotten to be a party atmosphere here because the street is blocked but boy frustrations are likely to grow. in one of the nation's oldest cities with an aging infrastructure gaping holes in busy streets are not uncommon but just as frustrating. >> i think they shall let us know what they going to do ahead of time for one and for, two, if they were going to leave a hole they should have let everybody know they were going to do. >> tuesday night a crew arrived to fix a depression or s
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. 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 ongoing support of these institutions: and individuals. >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
beforets of 2016. why did donald trump when when the person you are campaigning for didn't win? because he somehow had the capacity to speak a language behinde people left responded do. heardarren: donald trump the anger. and people are right to the angry. angry that their kids can't get an education without getting crushed by student loan debt. angry that their wages haven't gone up for an entire generation. angry that after a lifetime of hard work, that they can't retire with any dignity or economic security. people are right to be angry. promised andrump what he has delivered have been night and today, exactly opposite directions. charlie: example? sen. warren: he starts out after carrying on and on about goldman sachs. you remember that. charlie: and so did you. sen. warren: he goes in and he hires an entire team of billionaires and bankers. he has got goldman sachs employees at the white house. they could open a branch bank there. charlie: who is to say he is not the most qualified person that has the job that he has? hear fromn: i want to someone that has experience seeing this econo
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
preemptive strike. what is president trump's response? he said he's ready to deal with north korea but is counting on his new friend the chinese president to help. >> i actually told him, i said, you'll make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace or do something about the menace of north korea because that's what it is, it's a menace right now. >> the president also diplomatically avoiding this question on whether kim jong-un is mentally unstable. >> as far as north korea is concerned, we are in very good shape. we're building our military rapidly, a lot of things have happened over the last short period of time. been here for approximately 91 days. we're doing a lot of work. we're in very good position. we're going to see what happens. i can't ask your -- answer your question on stability. i hope the answer is a positive one, not a negative one. but hopefully that will be something that gets taken care of. >> the president's comments coming after two u.s. intelligence officials tell nbc news north korea is in a position to conduct a nuclear test with little or n
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
? >>> talking terror. president trump says the paris shooting looks like an act of terror as the investigation is just getting underway. the commander in chief making new public comments about global threats citing unusual moves within the last few hours in response to north korea's taunts. >>> ready for war? hundreds of u.s. troops are training for combat on the korean peninsula right now and chinese attack planes are on high alert today. is north korea ready to launch a pre-emptive strikes as it threatens to quote t completely destroy the united states. >>> we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> we're following multiple breaking stores. stories. cnn has learned u.s. authorities are preparing to seek charges and seek the arrest of wikileaks founder just days after the cia director declared wikileaks a nonhostile intelligence service. also breaking. an attacker opening fire right in the heart of paris. at least one officer was killed before police shot and killed the gunman. french authorities are looking
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
's it for us. "special report" is next. >> bret: "it never ends." that from president trump on what he says appears to be another terror attack in france. good evening and welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. president trump is calling for strength and vigilance in the face of what appears to be a terror related attack on police officers in paris. one officer was killed and two others seriously wounded today. the attacker was fatally shot by police. french sources say the government had previously been flagged as an extremist. moments ago, we learned that isis is claiming responsibility for the attack. president trump's comments came during a news conference with italy's prime minister, a news conference heavy on world pressure points include north korea and iran. john roberts tonight. >> the summit was meant to be from the close ties between the two countries and their mutual cooperation to fight the scorch of terror. the need for which was underscored even as the two leaders were talking. >> terrorism and global hot spots were high on the agenda today as president trump met with italy's
CNBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
our own conclusions. those conclusions were almost uniformly bullish, not oil, not bonds, not trump gave you this beautiful one day rally. jay in new york, jay. >> caller: hello, dr. cramer, long time listener and value your opinion. what is your opinion on halliburt halliburton? >> halliburton, about to report. here's the problem. slumber will report tomorrow. not one to call bottom. they won't call bottom and if they did, halliburton would get hurt. i believe over the long term you want to own it. it's going back to 47 and you will get a better price then. steve, in my home state, new jersey. steve. >> caller: hi, jim how are you? >> fine. how are you? >> caller: i'm doing good. my question is about yahoo! market cap at $45.5 billion and $47 stock price. with the yahoo! sale of the core business only 60 days away, the fact they will be getting $4.5 billion for the core business, $43 billion they have in alibaba stock, $9 billion in yahoo! china stock and $7.5 billion in additional cash currently held, totally $64 billion versus the current market cap of $45.5 billion, which would
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