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Dec 11, 2017 6:30pm EST
themselves up killed five to go smother her breasts or france you looked at the deeply. stuff carter for want of for heal itself the other for pain that goes away. oh lost the ability to. speak to people. i lost my ability to function as or as an almost your well being. and then i met. he told me about his son army coup was kidnapped and murdered by hamas in one thousand nine hundred four about this organization that he created. and surely. that. the. us will. never let. this side of this palestinian believe mother with the picture of her six years old you don't . exactly like my wife carry the name of photo to smother it was have changed my life it was like a lightning in my head. that there is no way to be able to live here together without tearing down this was. no me means the peace block that was started in december of zero nine hundred ninety two. the first circus started the one thousand nine hundred four as a group of first israelis israeli families mostly parents and policy yes mostly from gaza. who established group. only woman because women are more gentle and less violent
CBS
Dec 11, 2017 6:30pm EST
decide for your own, and he decided for the u.s. i decided for france, which is normal. >> glor: in your estimation, does it jeopardize the peace process? >> so my first obsession, i would say, and my first concern is to preserve peace and calm in the whole region. second, i think we have to discuss all the policies and try to find a way out that's obviously the reaction of the palestinians will not be very positive. they are not in the good mood to progress toward attacks like the one that happened in new york city today, they've happened in france, as well. how do you prevent those? >> you prevent them by increasing your intelligence. you can prevent them if we are much more aggressive i would say in order to reduce the propaganda of the jihadists. on top of that, if you want to prevent this type of behavior, you better take care of your people and help them to find a place in your society. >> glor: mr. president, thank you. >> thank you very much. >> glor: his first focus is on security. there will be much more of our interview with emmanuel macron tomorrow on cbs this morning on our
LINKTV
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
, somalia, and morocco, as welasas s. cities. in france, hundreds protested in central paris as israeli prime minister was welcomed by french president emmanuel macron. macron called president trump's recognition ofof jerusalem a threat to peace and urged netanyahu to end the construction of illegal jewish-only settlements. in breaking news, police and new york city are investigating reports of explosion at the port authority bus terminal in manhattan. police say a possible type bomb exploded in a passageway below ground around 7:25 this morning. they say one person is in custody and a few people reported injured. officials in a second arizona, have released a police body cam video showing an unarmed texas man holding his hands above his head, p pleading with policice r his life moments before he was shot dead by an officer who had ordered him to crawl toward the police. the video was releaseded thursd, just hours after a jury found mesa officer philip brailsford not guilty of murdering 26-year-old daniel shaver in a hotel hallway in 2016. brailsford was also acquitted of a lesser charg
RT
Dec 11, 2017 6:00pm EST
that will keep patient because it's a fact. and that's is occupied france that did not mean that people who did a good night of the completion of france because it's a fact as much as you lose a limb cannot be to denies that the capital of israel because if you do that it was ok abide by israel and that's a violation of international law. the wave of protests by donald trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel has now reached belgium pro palestinian activists took to the streets of brussels to show their discontent the demonstration came during the israeli prime minister's visit to the capital artie's alycia child cannot reports comes decision on jerusalem is clearly continuing to stir up trouble especially as israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu comes now to visit europe first for talks with the french president mccaul as well as for talks with his e.u. colleagues pacifically e.u. foreign policy chief morgan really as well as european foreign ministers now he was met by protesters in belgium and france netanyahu expected it seems his european counterp
PBS
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm PST
in spain and france, knocking out power to some homes. that did not stop these servers from venturing out, though. and it made for perfect skiing conditions in northern italy. thousands of the skiers hit the slopes and with more snow than usual for this time of year. broadcasters have warned that temperatures across europe are set to plummet, dropping below -10 in parts of the countryside. winter wonderland for some, travel chaos for others. rajini: huntington's is one of the most devastating brain diseases, leaving patients in permanent decline and affecting their ability to move and think. for the first time, the defect that causes it has been corrected in patients, raising hopes that it could be stopped. james gallagher has more. james: the allen family has been blighted by huntington's. they have seen their mother, stephanie, die from it. life, every of her time we went to visit her, she held us and said, "i want to die." james: the disease claimed their uncle and grandmother, too. >> when you have something that is degenerative, you know that every day the last day was
LINKTV
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm PST
. sanctions. and mexican goggles. finance ministers from britain france germany italy and spain have written a letter to the u. s. counterpart they're calling on stephen eruption to rethink tax reform proposal. european finance ministers say the measures from the united states were discriminatory and could hurt the financial sector they argue that the proposed excise tax would violate double taxation treaties. i could hamper treat had investment flows between europe and the united state. and over a set to defend its right to operate in the british capital next y year the appeal has now beenn set for the third year of april. london's transport reregulators shock the compy would exceed the hapless unfit to run a taxi service it september the strip uber off its license in the apps most important european market. nynex of silicon valley apple has announce its largest acquisition to date attack giant has confirmed it spepeaking up iraq at muc recognition app shazam. no price as yet been disclosed but according to techcrunch deal it could be valued at about four hundred million dollars. already to
RT
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
recognize the occupation because it's a fact. now that is occupied france the people who go. around because it's a fact as much as. a couple of years ago because if you do that. and that's a violation of international law the same time the us ambassador to the u.n. reacted to the wave of criticism by doubling down she insisted that america's view simply reflects the way the world is when you recognize the truth when both parties recognize reality peace comes we are living in the reality that jerusalem is the capital of israel. over the u.s. position has been brutally rebuffed by the rest of the world the un assembly overwhelmingly voted to reject jerusalem status as the capital of israel and the general stress that quote there is no alternative to a two state solution the palestinian ambassador to the u.k. manuel has since says that the international community has united over one thing the terms move was reckless hundred fifty one countries in the united nations were against you know the decision of trump to move the embassy and to the coldness to receive them as the capital of isra
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 10:15pm CET
restaurant. looms why frances is canadian she used to be a time boxer too together they have a daughter but they also feel a sense of responsibility for baton nooning boom and france's want their jim to give the village kids hope for the future. they rely on donations from abroad. they charge adults but kids trying for free. but i think in the west kids grow up they're always asked what do you want to be when you grabbed you want to be a doctor you want to be a lawyer do you want to be an astronaut and at school the teachers are always saying yeah good you can be all of those things but here that's not the case if barack wants to grow up to be a doctor it's not going to happen he doesn't have access to post-secondary education he doesn't have the money to do it if that's the harsh reality or. the next morning only two days until the final bang lives with his d. as one of five children she make sure they're ready for school for back at school is a tedious routine he has his sights set on his future. doesn't sound like in four years time i'll graduate from school. and i can devote all my
RT
Dec 11, 2017 4:00pm EST
recognize that patient because it's a fact. that says occupied france that did not mean the people who is located vision of france because it's a fact as much as you lose a limb cannot be recognised as a couple of years because you lose a limb. and that's a violation of international law the same time the us ambassador to the un reacted to the wave of criticism by doubling down insisting america's view simply reflects the way the world is when you recognize the truth when both parties recognize reality peace comes we are living in the reality that jerusalem is the capital of israel. however the u.s. position has been broadly rebuffed by the rest of the world going to somebody overwhelmingly voted to reject jerusalem status as the capital of israel and the thirty general stress that quote there's no alternative to a two state solution let's can list says that trumps decision is likely to backfire rest of the world clearly disagree with and america alone in its decision in thinking jerusalem is the capital of israel so yes it's something that does not fit well not just in the region capital
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 9:00pm GMT
france, stormer ana and it has brought exceptionally heavy rain and strong winds. the storm quickly drifting north—eastwards where, during tomorrow, it will continue to weaken, bringing some rain across the baltic states and significant snow across scandinavia. behind it, it will leave some showers in germany, some wintry showers and generally quite cold the weather across western europe, including the uk but even then across france, a lot of cold weather. snow piling up still over the alps and then we come to this weather front, a band still over the alps and then we come to this weatherfront, a band of rain across central italy and into the balkans and the rain here will keep on coming for the next few days so if you do have travel plans to this part of the world, bear in mind there could be some disruption from that heavy rain. now, back home, it could well be an icy start to tomorrow morning when you consider these temperatures, dipping below -10 these temperatures, dipping below —10 celsius in places and remember, a lot of lying snow and a lot of wet surfaces so it could be
SFGTV
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm PST
performance company that's actually on tour right now in france, but we also have b.f.a. program with the dominican university of california. we have a training program for students who don't want to go through a college experience. we have open classes available to both cities. we have community programs that we take out to schools both in san francisco and the surrounding bay area. we have lots of students that come in from our summer program. that we audition from all over the country and people come. some come from foreign countries even to be part of it. so we feel like a strong part of the community. i think they deserve all the recognition they can get. thank you. >> thank you. next eke spaoer, please. >> hello, supervisors. my name is jane. and i'm here to voice my support for the name change at the 600 block of stevenson to odd fellows way. i am the president of the homeowners association of a 250-unit mixed use building. our front entrance is on mission between 7th and 8th. but our back entrance is on the 600 block of stevenson. we walk that way to get to market street. righ
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 3:30pm EST
be possible for france and germany 2018,e a convergence by the end of 2018. there should be the improvement of the european monetary fund. with to try to have a european monetary fund which would help us -- we could try to have a european monetary fund which would help us resist crisis. there should be the creation of an open budget with a finance minister. these are the three steps i have presented and that president explain tos to his partners before the end of 2017. julia: that was bruno le maire. labor market closes out 2017 on a strong note. where are the potential pitfalls next year? this is bloomberg. ♪ mark: i am mark crumpton with first word news. the department of homeland security confirms the suspect in this morning's pipe bomb terror attack beneath times square was admitted to the united states lawfully in 2011. he presented a passport displaying a family immigrant visa. authorities say he benefited from extended family chain migration, the specific item president trump has called a weak point in u.s. immigration policy. four people including him suffered non-life
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 3:07pm EST
educating the public and we're seeing a major shift, win you look at france and germany, reason -- they also consume far less news on social media than they do from traditional news sources and even from friends and family. if you look at the actual numbers. but that will change over the next 10 to 20 years. you're seeing the younger generation moving to this. so i think it's super important that we sort of work on the public for them taking responsibility for themselves and also help them understand the dangers. like if you buy -- we had this with consumer reports and bad products. in the 'ons and '8s so. you buy the chinese import that is 75% cheaper than the good that is competing against it, it might burn your house down. that could happen. but that's on you. that was your choice to purchase that. so informing the public and helping the public make better decisions is something that guess all around for our country. >> on the nutrition labels or the fact checking, some of the ways in which the platforms have asked journalism or others on the outside to find their problems an
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 9:00pm CET
parent's worst nightmare contaminated baby food one of france's largest daily makers lect at least is now recalling baby formular due to fears of salmonella contamination more than twenty infants fell ill after consuming like teles baby formula in france earlier this month. briskly for the infants is the high drain and it is very serious because you can die from dehydration with salmonella or other bacterial or viral germs that can lead to severe diarrhea and vomiting and. products made since mid february and now being taken off shelves as part of a precautionary measure that could make it one of europe's largest food recalls this year and it is also said to affect millions of customers in several other countries including britain morrocco pakistan and china but that may do little to quell the fears of parents. the chinese agents try to gather information on german politicians via social media networks brant has the story chris look at that is a big story here china is denying reports tonight here in germany that it used the social networking site linked in to gather personal informat
RT
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm EST
foreign ministers now he was matched by protesters in belgium and france and yet netanyahu expected it seems his european counterparts to follow in trump's footsteps he did expect some kind of support when it comes to this issue even having thrown around the word hypocrisy but we have seen that the e.u. foreign policy chief among greeny has basically indicated that netanyahu should hold his horses when it comes to the issue of jerusalem saying that quote here he should keep his expectations for others we've seen quite a similar story unravel in paris with the french president michael ware both michael and something else we just talked about peace however it was quite clear that their vision of the path towards this peace is completely different it's always been our capital in jerusalem has never been the couple of any other people so i think the sooner the problem students come to grips with this where we do the sooner we will move towards peace and this is why i think president from samoa was stored and so important for peace and i expressed to prime minister netanyahu my disappoin
SFGTV
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm PST
france. we also lose a bit more. we want to be known also as the city of innovation and want to remember our roots that made us this way and we have a diversity of thought. great ideas come from san francisco. many an intersection of humanity and that's because they want to make the world a better place. not all those people make a zillion dollars and we've also want to give them a place and i'd ask for the demographic info and then i'd like to request all future reports provide updated data and each district's housing cost for rental and ownership units. i understand the existing systems allow with up to date and accurate information regarding housing sales data. rental data is another matter. since no city department currently tracks this information this is unfortunate when other bay area cities like berkeley, are able to provide real-time information about the rental stock. i'd like to understand how to better help the planning department to track rental rate data with the goal of making such information part of the balanced report. also from the two reports combined we can
SFGTV
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
streets because of eviction and renting in san france is unaffordable. i think the city has a huge opportunity to push for more affordable housing and protect tenants through the repeal of cost of hawkins. >> supervisor peskin: next speaker, please. >> my name is gilbert weapons of mass destruction the chair person of aslo. i want to speak to the problem of gentrification everybody knows is out of control. we lost 8,000 latinos and the african americ african american population is going down. the mayor and everybody's sitting on their hands. what's going on? people are losing their homes and getting evicted. we have people that come to us, seniors, getting kicked out of their homes. this is a crisis, people. we need to get on it. that's all i got to say. >> supervisor peskin: thank you, sir. next speaker. >> i'm leslie with housing rights committee. i want to reiterate things my comrades have said about the necessity of preserving currently deeply affordable rent controlled house. i want to thank you for the report that shows the build-only solution is not a solution if we're losin
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 7:00pm GMT
trees and power poles. in france, these traffic workers had to throw grit under the tyres of heavy vehicles to keep them moving on the slippery ice. and similar conditions on italian roads. some ferries in naples were stuck in port due to the wind and train travellers also faced lengthy delays. at europe's busiest airport, london heathrow, a quarter of flights have been cancelled as the bad weather beds in — as our correspondent sima kotecha reports. a blanket of snow, covering large parts of the uk. an ideal playground for children, many of whom have had the day off with hundreds of schools closed due to treacherous conditions. here in birmingham, the council—run schools are closed today. the local authority has faced criticism with some saying there was no need because roads like this one have been cleared throughout the day. the council says tomorrow it will be up to individual headteachers as to whether they open or remain closed and that the priority for them is the safety of children. it's not just here, schools in buckinghamshire, shropshire and staffordshire have also b
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
this evening. >>> governor jerry brown heads to france tomorrow on the second anniversary of the paris climate agreement. president trump pulled the u.s. out of that agreement, you'll recall. the governor will represent at the united states at the one planet summit. world leers will meet to discuss how to finance and advance global efforts to cut pollution and carbon emissions. brown is expected to speak about the devastating impacts of the wildfires in california as well and how manmade conditions are contributing to these natural disasters. >> from the long-term climate to the short-term forecast, looks like it's going to be dry for some time to come yet. >> yeah, and we're also getting some of the poor air quality coming up from the southern california wildfires here in the bay area. so as we get a live look outside from mt. hamilton, actually this picture much improved from what we've seen over the weekend, with a layer of smoke just kind of hovering over the south bay. and that smoke from that smoke pollution is really raising a spare the air day. we've had it over the weeke
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
accomplished. with that, i'll take your questions. frances francesca. >> thank you. i wanted to ask you about the women who came forward today against the president. they first were on a television show, and then they were at a press conference, and they said that he should resign and then also that there should be a congressional investigation. i know you have said this has already been lit dpated in the last election, but i wanted to get your specific reaction about a congressional investigation. >> the president has addressed the accusations directly, and denied all of these allegations. and this took place long before he was elected to be president, and the people of this country had a decisive election, supported president trump, and we feel like these allegations have been answered through that process. christen. >> reporter: i want to follow up on the first. the breaking news we just learned about the pentagon apparently will now allow transgender people who enlist in the military beginning january 1st. your reaction and then any followup action you're going to take? >> yeah.
SFGTV
Dec 11, 2017 10:00am PST
increases in jobs by wage classes in san france since 2006. as you can see they're going up in every wage category. we have roughly 150,000 more jobs today than we did at the bottom of the recession in 2010. and more jobs than the previous peek in 2008 so fairly dramatic increases in the number of jobs but they don't tell the story. the chart shows employment growth since 1995 has been about 30% in san francisco. this chart was put together by the office of economic analysis in the city. in the meantime, housing has gone up about 100%. a better explanation is the combination of number of jobs and rising wages. so the total income in san francisco has gone up almost 90% so closer to the rising home prices. supervisor -- >> supervisor: can you repeat what you said? >> the previous slide showed how mroi employment has gone up by 90% and housing has gone up 100%. what may be a better
RT
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm EST
occupied france that did not mean that we would recognize the occupation of france because it's a fact as much as you lose a limb cannot be that denies there's a capital of israel because if you do the limbs okupe by israel and that's a violation of international law i don't know how why they are feeling so happy when one hundred fifty one countries of the world are saying to them you are wrong and this is going to complicate the situation and this is going to make the future of worthless to news and israel is much worse ok i'll have to end it right there i just thought i just missed half of what we are now and our family and israel isn't doing that is simply a big mistake and stuff much appreciated mustapha barghouti leader of the palestinian national initiative my other guest you're a retired israeli ambassador thank you gentlemen. thank you and that is all we have time for see you at the top of your. sex drives are financial survival does. when customers go by the reduced applies. in elf well reducing our. cut that's undercutting but what's good for market bucket for the global
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 8:32pm +03
are can help france has influence in lebanon the europeans have influence there this can still be prevented and if i had to look for an immediate request from the appearances it's not in anybody's interest not in israel's on the out states the road paean to see a new radio military presence on the mediterranean and we're liable to see this very soon or it will have to leave it there come afraid we are out of time let's thank all of our guests here in the studio and if i to london jad robbie sable in jerusalem and james martin in cairo thank you two for watching you can see the show again any time by visiting our website al-jazeera dot com for further discussion head over to our facebook page that's facebook dot com forward slash a.j. inside story but also join the conversation on twitter our handle is at a.j. inside story from me sam is a than on the whole team here for now it's goodbye. you are making very pointed remarks when they're on line the main u.s. response to drug use and the drug trade over the last fifty years has been to criminalize or if you join us on sank no evil p
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm GMT
freezing rain that really soaks into you. over in france, it has been worse, which is why they decided they could not allow any ferry movements during the course of the afternoon. it is pretty rare for them to decide to shut the board. having said that, it was also shut in calais yesterday. that was largely because of an accident involving a ferry with 300 people on board. the pride of kent. it ran aground in stormy conditions. there is now one investigation under way involving french and british authorities to ascertain what caused that, whether it was solely whether oi’ that, whether it was solely whether or whether it was to do with error by the captain. that will be looked into. there will be big issues with eurotunnel. 0vernight, passengers had to wait for seven hours in the freezing cold waiting to get on trains. they were told the train was coming and were given time. then it was another couple of hours and another couple of hours. some people we re another couple of hours. some people were in their carfor another couple of hours. some people were in their car for seven anothe
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 11:08am EST
have five minutes to give his testimony. first witness we'll hear from is dr. frances collins. he's been director for the national institutes of health, over seeing the largest supporter of biomedical research in the world since 2009. the second witness is dr. scott gottlieb, he's commissioner of food and drugs, ensuring our drugs and medical devices are safe and effective. he was formerly deputy director of the same agency. he was confirmed on may 9 of this year. welcome to your witnesses. dr. collins, let's begin with you. >>> good morning. thank you. it is an honor to be here today with the commissioner of the fda. as you well know aimed to cat liez a very important goal shared by all americans to speed the pace at which discoveries are changed into life saving cures. we had nih greatly appreciate your leadership in passing this bipartisan act by a vote of 95-4 in the senate exactly one year ago today. this enhances our authorities and resources in a ways that will help us to achieve this goal. many thoughtful provisions are included in the act such as reducing administrative bur
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am EST
close. we have gains in london, weaker pound boosting the u.k. benchmark, ftse 100. france lower. and datacb and bank of england including here in the u.k., consumer inflation inflation -- price inflation tomorrow. this is bloomberg. ♪ >> welcome to the european headquarters in the city of london. this is the european close. i'm mark barton. with vonny quinn in new york. the stocks were up earlier for a third consecutive day, best run since early november and comes after the biggest weekly gains since mid september. the index also gained for the second week in three big weeks and the central banks, b.o.e., lots of data on both sides of the lot lan particular. what's moving sterling? well, brexit, of course. after friday's big breakthrough, tipping today, fell 2/3 above today and this is a five-day chart going back to last monday, biggest fall since october. first weekly decline in five. r.b.c. capital markets has the most bearish forecast among our survey of 60 or so analysts and expects sterling to tumble 11%, 119 by march. talks with the e.u. on trade may fail to progress as quick
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 10:00am EST
, germany and france, look again. the election of and the worker -- and go merkel -- angela merkel. the first far right party entered in more than five decades. meanwhile, the dutch freedom party became the netherlands' number two party. analysts looked at 22 countries over 30 years to gain historical context and perspective. where joined to discuss the results. >> you have been analyzing data. what prompted you to look into the rise of the radical right? >> we have done a lot of coverage on the selections in europe from the netherlands to france to germany. we were talking of a phenomenon where parties which are generally on the radical right donech and you have -- fringe and you have done well. the firstthere was time that you were able to break into a national scene. entered the alternative . tracking these data points, we thought why not look at this more holistically overtime across the continent. we realize to do that, it would it involve creating it from scratch and get lots of data. you look at 22 countries over european four years. >> there was a trend. this was not as cyc
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am PST
actress category all previous nominees including jessica chastain and frances mcdorman. an early favorite for actor is gary oldman, who plays winston churchill in "darkest hour." his competition includes another first-time nominee, 21-year-old timothy shall may and tom hanks, denzel washington, and the retiring daniel day-lewis. the critically acclaimed "get out" is up for best picture on the comedy side facing off against "lady bird," the muse kwal "the greatest showman," "the disaster artist," and "i, tonya." she's played by margot robbie, who earned her first acting nomination. so did daniel caluya. emma stone, a winner last year, is up again for "battle of the sexes," also nominated christopher plumber, who replaced kevin spacey in "all the money in the world" shooting all of his scenes within the last month. >> bless bd the fruit. >> as for tv lots of love for popular dramas like ""the handmaid's tale,"" "stranger things "this is us" and "the clown" while reboots got a boost. will and grace once again is on the list with two nominations plus a nod for the return of the quirk
CBS
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am PST
interview with france's president emanuel macron, who continues to criticize good morning everybody we have clear conditions out there just a few high clouds and that is all we will likely see all week long. high pressure has taken over the west coast and that ridge is not leaving. because of the wind direction we could get some smoke from the california fires into the bay area. pretty warm today with 71 0 expected and mid to upper 60s the next several days. and help her feel more strength and energy in just two weeks. . yaaay! the complete balanced nutrition of ensure with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. ensure. always be you. ♪ patrick woke up with a sore back. but he's got work to do. so he took aleve this morning. if he'd taken tylenol, he'd be stopping for more pills right now. only aleve has the strength to stop tough pain for up to 12 hours with just one pill. tylenol can't do that. aleve. all day strong. all day long. we're on a mission to show drip coffee drinkers, it's time to wake up to keurig. wakey! wakey! rise and shine! oh my gosh! how are you? well
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 9:38am EST
marie la pens in france, alternative for deutscheland in germany. and some of these anti-democratic parties well-financed. some financed by the kremlin. some of them designed to hollow out the european union and nato from the inside. that's one big factor that we're contending with. the second, of course, is the rise in power of the two great autocratic countries, china and russiament china following xi jinping's, and for the asia pacific region in the future, china pushing out and violating the sovereignty of five other countries, in the south china sea and challenging japanese sovereignty and the control over islands in the east china sea. and china running rough shod over international law and making extravagant legal claims to the space in the south china sea. the only combination of powers that can manage this, contain china's ambitions are the united states and japan and india, all democratic countries, all increasingly aligned with others. in europe, we're facing an equally tough problem, vladimir putin has invaded georgia and crimea and eastern ukraine, pressured the baltic
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 6:00am PST
crashed. >>> california governor, jerry brown, heads to france on the second anniversary of the paris climate agreement. president trump pulled the united states out of the agreement. the governor will represent the united states at the one planet summit. world leaders will discuss how to finance and advance global efforts to cut pollution and carbon emissions. brown is expected to speak of the devastating impacts of wildfires in california and how manmade conditions are contributing to the natural disasters. >>> technology and internet access rules. they are supposed to vote thursday on a plan to repeal the net neutrality. they are the rules that control what they see and do online. when commissioner voting against believes you can see a lot of changes very soon. >> we know they have the technical ability to do so and the incentive to do so. the fcc is giving them the legal green light to go ahead and explore these kind of relationships. they are expected to vote along party lines. they put forth arguing they are micromanaging the internet. >>> 6:48. all new this morning, nominations
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm GMT
snow.|j go to france to ski a lot! around _5’ go to france to ski a lot! around -5, -6 go to france to ski a lot! around —5, —6 tonight. a low isolated in terms of the geographic spread of the snow, where it has come down, even the roads that have been gritted could be very slippery especially for the journey home around about rush hour which gets underway over the next few hours. duncan, i hope you have a go on a sledge before you go home. a well travelled young lady there. and you can keep up to date with the latest disruption disruption on our website. at bbc dot co dot uk forward slash news. a lot of people, tony blackburn, will be sad to hear the news of keith chegwin dying?” will be sad to hear the news of keith chegwin dying? i spoke to him about four weeks ago. he said he was recovering. i did not expect this. very sad. we work together a lot when i was on radio one. we did the teeth and maggie children‘s show. they would go over to television centre and do the show there. i got to know him so well. we worked on brea kfast to know him so well. we worked on breakfast
LINKTV
Dec 11, 2017 5:30am PST
>> you are watching france 24, live from paris. it's time for 60 minutes from around the world. vladimir putin makes a surprisie visit toyria to declare victorory over the islamic state group. he said he will start pulling russian sources out of syria. the israeli prime minister defends donald trump's move to recognize jerusalem is the israeli capital. he told european foreign ministers the decision will bring peace to the middle east. the paris football club will face real madrid in the final 16 of the champion's league. details is coming up. monday is climate financed a with a meeting of business and government leaders convening here in paris ahead of the summit tomorrow. that is coming up here and also, after hundreds of thousands of fans turning out for johnny holliday, he will be buried today on the french caribbean island. first, our top story live from paris. last week, the announcement recognizing jerusalem as the israeli capital provoked criticism around the world are in the decision upended seven decades of policy. the move was welcomed by benjamin netanyahu. he got s
ABC
Dec 11, 2017 5:00am PST
this morning. these are the three worst traffic areas in the county. sir frances drake, red hill avenue, and tiburon. here is what's being done to ease congestion. a third traffic lane on the richmond san mateo bridge. >>> the russia collusion investigation heats up as paul manafort prepares to take the stand. the mountain of evidence expected to be handed by the end of the day. >>> and the reason all the women who publicly accused president trump of sexual harassment and assault are coming together today. >>> it's 5:11 in the ♪ think of your fellow man, ♪ lend him a helping hand, ♪ put a little love in your heart.♪ ♪ you'll see it's getting late, oh please don't hesitate...♪ ♪ put a little love in your heart.♪ ♪ in your heart... ♪ in your heart... ♪ in your heart... ♪ in your heart. (vo) going on now, our subaru share the love event will have donated over one hundred fifteen million dollars to those in need. >>> welcome back. let's open up the weather window on mt. tamalpais. it's shaking there. a little breezy in our hills but not in our valleys today. l
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 4:00pm +03
pressure racing in across northern france bringing with it some really nasty weather so there's a frontal system you see the flow coming up from the southwest all come back to that we've had some heavy rain going through with the front as push through and the wind gusts well they're still going that's a strong discuss we've seen one hundred sixty one kilometers per hour but still up to one hundred kilometers per hour across northern parts of france meanwhile with outflow coming up from the southwest we've had some very warm air coming up across to the adriatic ruminated temperature rise from three degrees c. at ten o'clock to thirteen degree c. at ten thirty it's all going on really across europe is across more west now as we're seeing some really severe weather at the moment those strong winds across northern parts of france the snow on the leading edge of that system into the low countries pushing in across parts of germany still more snow on the alps but there's a real soul risk going on here which will be spoiled the quality of the snow for the skiers but there could be a flooding ris
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 5:00am PST
killed my father, cambodia. emma fade germany, france. the square, sweden, germany, france. >> best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, limited series motion picture made for television. david harbor, "stranger things." alfred molina, "feud." christian slater, "mr. robot." alexander guard, "big little eyes." david, "fargo." >> the list will no doubt go on and on. >> you try to hit them with the most interesting. we got foreign films and best supporting actress. >> it can be fascinating. we are going to show you the nominees from the major categories. we have a slew of people tabulating the results for you. it airs january 7th here on nbc. seth myers is the host this year. >> in the meantime, the best meteorologist on the show -- >> on "today in the bay," in the morning. >> i knew you were going to win. >> it's going to be amazing. i'd like to thank everyone for the cold weather during the morning and the warm weather during the afternoon. it's going to be pretty much like we have seen recently with very chilly temperatures as you get ready to head out the door.
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 1:30pm CET
money in the cultural sector with a clear lead of five billion euros france is the clear winner well. ok the french paris is after all the most popular travel destination in europe after london well given that but berlin is rapidly catching up and is certainly determine its cultural capital who would contradict that to be a major study has come to different conclusion. nestled in a hollow in southern germany is the country secret cultural capital according to a recent survey by bet and bad bank it's not believe it struck are most people associated with time large portions presell that's it but it's the third time the city has come out tops with culture so we decided to ask the locals of course i know the stats khalili the wonderful ballet company we've just come out of the museum over there months sometimes i get the impression there's too much opera opera great opera the opera. and stuttgart opera house does indeed have a great reputation it's already been named germany's opera of the year seven times by the magazine open unveiled. the study shows the church card has more theatre and op
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 4:30am PST
on how to register if you need to. governor jerry brown is headed to france on the second anniversary of the paris climate agreement. >> president trump pulled the u.s. out of the agreement, of course. he will represent the united states at the one planet summit. leaders will discuss how to finance it. governor brown is expected to speak about the devastating impacts of the wildfires and how manmade conditions are contributing to natural disaster. >>> coming up on "today in the bay." bitcoin up again. they started selling on the futures market on sunday. we'll break down the reason it might be a bubble. >>> nbc bay area investigates where mom and dad are hiding those prez sents. my kids are curious. >>> good morning. i'm leslie picker live at cnbc global headquarters. here are today's top business headlines. wall street is set for a positive open after stocks closed higher following friday's strong jobs report. the dow had a record close gaining 118 points to close at 24,329. nasdaq closing at 6840. investors will eye data on october jobs openings from the u.s. labor department. >>> b
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm +03
and the glorious thirty and france business was brisk industry was in full swing and the growth of consumption was spectacular. so he can the polytunnel use it on grow his basically put it to school august recess and city for a few more limo be doable to slug subi and cause so much your merry go round machine if we were to die off or figured on by your film and or goes to show the doc opportunity would be philomena in bungay us you didn't resign i wanted but he was i was phenomenal cause it's all in there on time the b.b. was an image will be a few more that iraq will be vivid. in cost ass. by the end of the post-war boom in the early one nine hundred seventy s. government debt in europe was a great called lows thanks to growth and inflation but the economic machine would soon be upset by two major events. good evening on august fifteenth one thousand nine hundred seventy one richard nixon the president of the united states his coffers had been emptied of their gold reserves by the vietnam war announced a staggering measure that would drastically change the world economy. and the d
FOX
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am EST
frances mcdormand three billboards outside of missouri. meryl streep, the post. michelle williams, all of the money in the world. best director, motion picture gillermo dell for owe the shape of water martin mcdonough, three billboard outside missouri, and christopher noland dunkirk ridley scott all of the money in the world and stephen speilberg, the post. best motion picture drama. call me by your name, dunkirk the post the shape of water three billboard outside of missouri. >> congratulations to all of our nominees. >> i love her voice congratulations. >> well, this is foreign press , of course, notice how everybody develops an affect accent no matter where they are from when they are announce ago this. >> it is true. >> it gives it more importance >> i'm going to talk like this until 10:00 o'clock this morning. >> do that because i'm sure you'll love it y don't we take a break as well. unlike ordinary toothpaste colgate total fights bacteria on teeth, tongue cheeks and gums. giving you the confidence of a healthier mouth. colgate total. be totally ready for life. >>> we have an update
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm CET
of course and then of course if you look at different countries like germany and france where anti-semitism has been on the rise that's not necessarily something that fosters trust with israel as well so to get back into that game to really build something that you would have to put in a lot of effort and trust building maxell funding busses thank you very much. decision on edge and jerusalem aboard to what in bending over the weekend several people were arrested after thousands of cruel palestinian protesters took to the streets of the demonstrations a spark concerns about anti semitism as you just heard max talk about that this after protesters burned at least three israeli flags two of them outside the u.s. embassy the kid next to the national holocaust memorial some protesters also chanted anti jewish slogans police have nourse an investigation into the flag burning meanwhile germany nor makers have strongly condemned the flag burning incidents justice minister heikal mosque treating any kind of anti semitism is an attack on everyone anti semitism must never be allowed to have
KRON
Dec 11, 2017 4:00am PST
actress of the year, the toronto film critics association went with frances mcdormand for "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri," and the boston society of film critics picked sally hawkins for "the shape of water." for best actor, the boston critics chose daniel kaluuya (ka-loo-ya) from "get out," san francisco picked andy serkis for "war for the planet of the apes," and the toronto group went with daniel day-lewis in "phantom thread." that's a lot of praise-worthy performances in one year! in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more of your kron 4 morning news after the break. welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. rebecca:high pressure will remain over our region most of the week. daytime highs will be warmer than normal and nights will be seasonably cool. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. (robin) we continue to
CBS
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am EST
bomb exploded. >>> plus jeff glor is with us from paris today. he'll talk with us about france's president and the upcoming climate summit. first here's today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >>> the largest and most destructive wildfire burning in southern california is threatening to spread to thousands more homes. >> this fire is now largest fire in california state history and this fire is only 10% contained. >> roy moore holds a slight edge over doug jones in recent polls but most say this race is too close to call. >> what's behind the president's calculus? >> he needs to win, wants to get a boost, but those have become wobbly. also he wanted to keep trump mystique alive. >> hamas has issued ominous new warnings about more violence and new fronts have opened in this batter beyond israel. >> they printed experts from an eight-page letter. it's not the first time they communicated with the press, but it's the first time he's mentioned additional ones. >> chance the rapper is apparently ready to make a break into the news bridge. >> the chicago native stopped by local wgn -- i i'm gone
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 4:00am PST
. "early today" starts right now. >> good morning. i'm phillip mena. >> i'm frances rivera. a southern california remains under siege from five massive wind whipped wildfires. fire fighters are now entering an eighth day of battling the thomas fire. it is the largest blaze in ventura and santa barbara counties, now scorching 230,000 acres and is only 10% contained. one official calling it the most taxing fire he has ever seen. ferocious santa ana winds continue driving the flames triggering power surges and temporary outages for tens of thousands of customers. the thomas fire is now the 5th largest wildfire in the state's modern history. nbc's kristen dahlgren has more from the ground. >> reporter: in the hills above carpenteria, luis contreras is on edge. >> highway 150 is way below, three quarters of a mile and just -- >> reporter: watching the fire rush toward his home and avocado groves as fire fighters try to slow the relentless spread. >> if a wind comes it is going to kill this in ten minutes. >> reporter: from the air a constant assault. choppers lining up to grab water, one af
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 7:00am EST
first time he's been to syria to back assad in the civil war. france's president macron called president trump's decision to call jerusalem the capital is a call at peace. he disagreed saying mr. trump's action would help the middle east peace process. and alabama senior republican senator has urged voters in the state to reject federal republican roy moore's in tomorrow's special election. shelby said alabama deserves better. moore has been accused of inappropriate behavior with teenage girl ps when he was in his 30's. global news 24 hours a day in more than 120 countries. i'm emma chandra. alix: time for the daybreak first take where we discuss the top three stories of the mork. bitcoin finally lands on wall street with futures surging 26% in the debut session. then central bankers, big week ahead, in focus will be the federal reserve and their outlook for 2020. finally, tax reform. can the house and senate actually get it done in five days? i don't know. we'll be joined by michael mckey, and peggy collins who leads the u.s. investing team for bloomberg. come inside bloomberg
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