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BBC News
Dec 17, 2017 11:45pm GMT
phase two, we are hearing about the canada plus plus plus deal. the story focusing on michel barnier. david davis, sorry, last week, watching him perform, he was half—asleep! watching him perform, he was half-asleep! he was tired. all of these studies he commissioned which he refuses to let us look at. we still have not seen 52 of them! he has released them but has kept information back for commercial sensitivity. he cannot do that! he has even said that actually they have not been done. he was talking about the impact on the economy. yeah. we need to know that! he has given that evidence to the exiting committee. but it is commercially sensitive. some of the work has not been done. he has said it but you will not agree on that. i think she is right to say that. we will stay with the guardian. the picture of rebekkah dykes. we don't know much about this story, but what do we have? this dear lady was working for the department of international development in beirut and she was kidnapped and strangled. it would be inappropriate to speculate as to why she was killed and the circumstan
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 6:29pm EST
order to defeat the american rebellion. the plan was that they would have an army leave canada and move south and capture the city of albany. from there that army would be able to operate either in lower new york or throughout england -- throughout new england and attack american forces that were fighting against them. the british set off from canada in june of 1777. they traveled hundreds of miles and eventually got here to saratoga battlefield, located 30 miles north of the city of albany. september 1777, the british army moved south in expectation of engaging the american army commanded by horatio gates in battle. the two armies collided here at the battle of freeman's farm. it was one of the longest battles of the revolutionary war. it began at about 11:30 in the morning very near to where we are standing in the world and lasting until 7:00 in the evening. the battle resulted in a british victory. the british won. they won because they held the field of battle. the american army retreated because they had lost. the british suffered more casualties. the british casualty number w
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 6:15pm EST
in many of you were here last year when canada trump was here and he is a man who wakes up every day and fight for what he believes in. i have to tell you one story because it's important. it's probably one of the greatest things that ever happening in my life. president trump is elected and he gets sworn in on january 20 and he calls me and he says corey, you never come visit me. this is february of this year end he says will you come see me in the oval office. i said absolutely. i have never been to the oval office. i walk into the oval office and there's a leader of our free world sitting behind the desk and to his far right is the vice president of the united states and i stand right outside and he sees me and he says get in here. i walk in to the oval office and he says my man, come here. he stands up and he gives me a hug and he turns the vice president of the united states and he says mike, do you know who this is? the vice president says yes, sir, that's corey. he says mike, do you know who this is? and the vice president said yes, sir. he said mike pence stood up and sai
FOX Business
Dec 17, 2017 6:00pm EST
whether it's china, europe, canada, mexico is america is never going to fall this far behind again. we're not waiting 31 years to become competitive again. we're going to continue to match the moves of our competitors. we'll continue to make the changes in our tax code so we can bring these jobs back to america and our local businesses can compete and win anywhere in the world so look, there is just a whole new attitude about a making america strong for the long term. maria: and much of the conversation around corporate rates coming down has been about growth. there is no doubt that's been your priority that's been the president's price or it and when you look at the corporate rates coming down from 35% that's all about growth. on the individual side, mr. chairman, it was a little messier. i wrote an op ed in the wall street journal on friday just outlining president trump's first year from an economic standpoint and i said it's nothing short of excellence but in terms of this tax plan what i write about the individual side is that much of the individual side has been a lot about e
FOX
Dec 17, 2017 6:00pm EST
program. it was recorded back in september during invictus games in toronto, canada, the conversation featured the president's talk about consults vaiting through the obama foundation. he was from the that interview will air on december 7 and prince harry now fiancee spending christmas with the queen. >> yeah he. >> lot of news coming out of kinsing ton palace in london. >> that interview may get traction. >> we'll see. >> >> the force was with a lot of people this weekend. myself included and many flocked to see the last jedi the second installment in the third "star wars" trilogy. kevin mctammy has the review. >> it's kevin mccarthy with moore movie review the wait is over. "star wars" the last jedi is finally here for the record i mentioned i'm a massive "star wars" fan and recently absolutely loved force awakens and brought back that magical quality we knew and loved in the original trilogy. it was by ryan johnson that took over episode 7 from j.j. be a rams did incredible work on luper and films like prick leg start what i loved about it. the action sequences are amazing and film
Al Jazeera
Dec 18, 2017 2:00am +03
there across the southern states and still wet snow refusing to shift across parts of canada so how does the caribbean the weather here gerri is looking pretty good at the moment lots of sunshine for the islands temperatures around about the thirty mark up through the isthmus we've got showers extending graci northwards from panama and costa rica all were up towards parts of the yucatan and billy's make soko city itself should be dry on monday as we head on into choose to just a chance for sharing increasing there but otherwise still plenty of drawing fine weather to be so heading down into south america cross the amazon basin we've got plenty of shower right to vittie she would expect for ecuador and parts of proof showers to coming south not quite as hot as has been for sunshine cooling to thirty five degrees fine weather conditions in buenos aires for the south and twenty two the high on choose day. after fifty years of occupation and un condemnation of illegal israeli settlements . of the i'm from carry out and i want to preserve the safety of the village i've clashed several ti
LINKTV
Dec 17, 2017 2:30pm PST
, but they have also considered canada or germany. shelton: the salaries are good in my profession. i'm able to save. the fact that i will be able to save, then that means i'll be able to make a certain investment for my children, and at the same time, i'll be able to -- if t there were opportunities, i'll be able to start up my own business. reporter: shelton says he can't see any chance of that happening in zimbabwe. he says no agency in the world could convince him to stay or even return later in life. architect sai chalamanda, on the other hand, says returning to malawi has definitely been worth it for him. and he says he didn't need an agency to convince him to return home. it was his wife joan who gave him the courage to come back. when he left for england, she chose to remain in malawi. joan: people are being helped by what he's doing. so people are getting paid, their families are being supported, because of what he's doing. had he stayed there, i think all these people who are working under him, i don't know what would have happened, yeah. reporter: joan and sai are sure t
BBC News
Dec 17, 2017 10:00pm GMT
davis, the brexit secretary, talked about the idea of the canadian model plus, plus, plus. canada has a free trade arrangement with the eu in goods, but not in services, but doesn't have to accept free movement of people. he ends this particular paragraph saying they — again, referring to the uk — will have to face the consequences of their own decision. in other words, is effectively saying, look, things cannot stay the same because you, the uk, have chosen to leave and that was your decision, not ours. when you talk about the idea of a bespoke solution, that won't necessarily come easy in terms of what the eu is willing to put on the table. theresa may has been writing in two british papers today. what has she had to say? what kind of position is she setting out? yes, two articles, one in the sunday telegraph, one in the sunday express. you often get prime ministerial pieces in the sunday newspapers. it's not often they take to two different newspapers. the message was broadly the same but the audience, i guess, is a bit different. what was striking about the prime minister's word
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 5:00pm EST
problem, the british. the frenemy. at this very time, canada was sell to greatd britain to have a caribbean island, ideally jamaica, given to them as a thanks for coming out with this war gift. we nearly got jamaica as a province but instead got newfoundland. the argument made consistently, both in the press and in official military documentation is that canada needed its own deep south. it needed to prove its modernity by having black people they could control. there is a lot of concern over what to do with the vote if we have this extra island because we don't necessarily have a legal jim crow structure, like the united states. african-americans are keeping an eye in all of these places as the war unfolds. one of those spaces is france. where african-americans are joining the war before as individuals, just like other americans. here we have eugene bullard who joins the lafayette espadrilles. what is important here is that african-americans are seduced by the same language of patriotic martial heroism as all other americans. in particular because successes 's gives the lie to th
Bloomberg
Dec 17, 2017 4:00pm EST
thanksgiving feeding thousands of people in puerto rico. julia: up next, canada's oil capital. carol: why iran may be pleased with president trump to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. julia: this is bloomberg businessweek. ♪ ♪ carol: welcome back to bloomberg businessweek, i'm carol massar. julia: i'm julia chatterley. you can find us on businessweek.com. carol: and on our mobile app. president trump turned over decades of foreign policy by recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital. julia: america's allies are clearly not happy. it may have play directly into the hands that donald trump is trying to contain. carol: here is editor matthew philips. >> we wanted to take these moves and put it in the context of a bigger power struggle between the iranians and the saudi's for the dominance over the middle east. that is your polar right now. so if you look at how the alliances have shaped up the last couple years, you have the saudi's on the same side as they have been on for years and they have projected the israelis to. on the other side, you have the iranians and the russians and
Al Jazeera
Dec 18, 2017 12:00am +03
an unbelievable job making this a real success at all levels. on the game show that canada is the home of hockey and the country plays host to more than one national team lebanese side is based in montreal and the bidding for international recognition daniella reports. getting ready to hit the ice team lebanon's players are all from canada where hockey is a national passion more than a sport. this is a team that plays and practices to win the coaches studied the game closely and teaches them complex plays combining the speed and strength that hockey is known for just being behind a bench of the eleven on already it's. it's a dream come true. every day i have to pinch myself and say this is what i'm doing better than these years do you think you should. tonight they face the philippines flyers another team of canadians with roots in a warmer climate most of the crowd supports lebanon and that's a good thing as play goes on lebanon scores again and again it's a proud moment for people who remember a country's troubled history of political different religious differences. would put e
Bloomberg
Dec 17, 2017 3:00pm EST
been a very fruitful relationship between mexico and the united states and canada. what i hope is that the minister of the economy will continue to lead these negotiations well. and these will arrive at a reasonable result for all three of the countries and for north america. scarlet: that was mexico's new finance minister speaking with michael mckee about the ongoing nafta negotiations. let's head down to europe. business leaders and policymakers met in paris at the one planet summit on the second anniversary of the paris climate accord. mark carney participated and spoke exclusively with tom keene on bloomberg surveillance. tom: what are the economic incentives of private enterprise, particularly a multi-national corporation to actually get the job done? what is the actual incentive to do good? mark: i would say two classes of incentives. the first are a series of policies that have been put in place. in some countries, it is the carbon tax. in other places, it is regulation. in other places it's a combination of those. which changes the opportunities for companies and the risk
Al Jazeera
Dec 17, 2017 10:32pm +03
between conservative billionaire and former president sebastian pinera and center left canada that. air. two suicide bombers have attacked a church in southwest pakistan killing at least nine people and injuring dozens more gunman wearing explosive vest tries to storm the methodist christian church in queta city opening fire on the sunday worshippers eisel claimed responsibility of these to leaven afghan police officers have been killed after taliban fighters attacked their checkpoints in lashkar gah the capital of helmand province the assault on the two pre-schools of the latest in a series of deadly attacks on security forces claimed by the time about. eleven women have reportedly been killed after airstrikes hit a wedding perception east of the yemeni capital summer the strikes thought to be launched by the saudi led coalition killed the women as they walked to a village in provides like a car and headlines talked to al jazeera speaks to russian activists about her upbringing in the nuclear age we'll see you later. only. you can form a move. to move. the my act plant in the sout
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 2:00pm EST
leave canada and moved south and capture the city of albany. from there, that army would be able to operate either in lower new york or throughout new england, and attack american forces that were fighting against them. the british set off from canada in june of 1777, and after months and months of campaigning, they traveled hundreds of miles and eventually got here, to saratoga battlefield, located about 30 miles north of the city of albany. on the morning of the 19th of september, 1777, the british in expectationh, of engaging the american army commanded by major general horatio gates in battle. the armies collided here at freeman's farm. the battle of freeman's farm was not the bloodiest battle of the revolutionary war, but it was one of the longest. it began at about 11:30 in the morning, very near where we are standing now, and lasted until about 7:00 in the evening. the battle resulted in a british victory. the british won the battle of freeman's farm, because they held the field of battle. the american army retreated, because they had lost. the british, however, suffered more
CNN
Dec 17, 2017 10:00am PST
workforce participation rate in countries like estonia, france, and canada, were up by more than 6 percentage points. so why is america lagging behind? well, the study's authors told gps there are many reasons from male gender biases in workplaces to tax disincentives for a second income earner in a given household. there are reasons that have nothing to do with gender. it's important to note the male participation rate dropped, as well. but the authors also note that the united states remains the only oecd country with no legally mandated paid maternity or parental leave. s&p highlights countries like sweden which are for subsidized child care and workplace flexibility. if the united states had implemented spectacular policies according to a paper cited in the report, the participation rate among women aged 25 to 54 in 2010 could have been 6.8 percentage points higher than it actually was. and such policies might have women enter more lucrative fields, work more hours and get promoted to higher levels all of which would help narrow america's pay gap between women and men. the bure
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 1:00pm EST
in canada, sweden and britain, the said the science on acid rain is no more certain than that on global warming and they turned out to be wrong. and when the truth emerge, what was interesting was that the epa just was pushing through the clear clean air act amendments through congress. they suppressed that finding, black and the name of the scientists who was a principal scientist involved in the consensus science acid rain was wrong and to this day, none of the academies have retracted or admitted they got the science wrong. so i would put a big? over the credibility of these organizations when they say the science is certain because there's a previous analog where they said that and they got it wrong. >> we do not also say that one of the issues we are dealing with here is the fear mongering that's going on? in other words, going to stem with questions, we started off with a global warming crisis. then it became global warming. and then it became climate change. in other words, they seem to be admitting themselves that we don't have a crisis here, whatever the change in weathe
Al Jazeera
Dec 17, 2017 9:00pm +03
. canada is the home of hockey and the country plays host to more than one national team the lebanese side is based in montreal. and there bidding for international recognition. getting ready to hit the ice team lebanon's players are all from canada where hockey is a national passion more than a sport. this is a team that plays and practices to win the coach's studied the game closely and teaches them complex plays combining the speed and strength that hockey is known for just being behind a bench of the eleven on already it's. it's a dream come true. every day i have to pinch myself and say this is what i'm doing these years do you think you should. tonight they face the philippines flyers another team of canadians with roots in a warmer climate most of the crowd supports lebanon and that's a good thing as play goes on lebanon scores again and again it's a proud moment for people who remember a country's troubled history of political different religious differences. would put everything at the door and we just focus on playing hockey we just want to carry things out and progress as a
Al Jazeera
Dec 17, 2017 8:00pm +03
pursuing their new sporting action in canada. welcome back to take a look at the weather across the levant and western parts of asia so pretty quiet at the moment following conditions for the most part temperatures average slightly above back to their sunshine eleven degrees in the balance the caspian sea where wise by dad coming in at nineteen degrees and is looking fine around the eastern side of the mediterranean certainly for beirut despite variable amounts of cloud and it stays largely drive fine as we head on through into tuesday so let's head down into the arabian peninsula now as i speak we have got showers working the way down through the gulf very close to qatar so the rest of the gulf states are at risk of some heavy showers and thunderstorms are likely across the rest of the region was looking fine and twenty eight degrees and fine across on the other side of the peninsula thirty three from mecca you'll notice later on choose a risk of showers clears right through the gulf all together so let's now head down into southern portions of africa where we've got some pretty he
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 12:00pm EST
this term from our neighbors to the north of canada and they do not call their immigrants immigrants or aliens, illegal aliens, undocumented workers, document workers, not at all. they use a term that speaks volumes about the mentality of the nation they call new comedians. the moment you fill up forms they say new canadian you are in the process and of course there has to be laws and there has to be security concerns and all of that. that is all necessary, absolutely necessary, but the absence of immigration policy is what is needed and that is where the encouragement for the people that are affected by these executive orders after executive order aligning the immigrant communities is momentary and this will not last for long. i encourage them to remain faithful and continue to build your career and continue to contribute to the well-being of this country and continue to be the custodian of the safety and security of this country and it is with that spirit that we will come together and i have seen and i've spoken to as i was telling you earlier 166 communities who throughout the na
ABC
Dec 17, 2017 12:00pm EST
to canada all that cold arctic air pushes north closer to the circle and hudson bay area winds shift out of the southwest and turns really comfortable this week. it is like a january thaw in the middle of december. so, for today, mostly cloudy. we will call it chilly. normal high this time of the year is 44. we're only predicting 42. still below average but bet are then where we have been. wind five to 10 out of the north. for tonight, philadelphia and immediately surrounding suburbs cloudy skies, spotty showers, and 29 degrees in the lehigh valley. thirty-four in philadelphia all areas south ande. now more specifically for areas north and west, north of the pennsylvania turnpike, it is temperatures that will be close to freezing if not a degree or two lower then that and when that wintry mix develops it will stick. grounds cold. first thing tomorrow morning there could be icy patches out there, places like quakertown, reading, allentown just take it slow. that black ice you cannot tell what it is like. that why is they call it black ice, transparent. so just be careful out there tom
CNN
Dec 17, 2017 7:00am PST
participation rate in countries like estonia, france and canada, were up by more than six percentage points. so, why is america lagging behind? the study's author told gps there are many reasons for male gender bias to tax disincentives. and, of course, there's reasons that have nothing to do with gender. but the study's authors also note that the united states remains the only country with no legally mandated paid maternity or parental leave. s&p highlights countries like sweden, who offer subsidize daycare, generous child care support and workplace nextability. if the united states had implemented similar policies, according to a paper cited in the report, in 2010 it could have been six to eight percentage points than it was. and work more hours, get promoted to higher levels, all of which would help narrow america's pay gap between women and men. bureau of statistics predicts downward trend of women in the workforce will continue for the next decade. while not downward, another trend that remains too low is women's participation in the sciences. countries are desperately looking for women to
Al Jazeera
Dec 17, 2017 6:00pm +03
canada and the scandinavian countries so that is what they're trying to decide which of the two can do a better job of giving trillions something that they feel that democracy is long overdue in guaranteeing. leave there for the moment as a latin america. speaks to us from santiago ok more of a look at the battle lines in chile are right how tight it is the current discontent and at the new political force emerging well worth a read is all away from the stable of the old error of the center left as lucy i was just describing coming out for a facebook audience. is used to free imprisoned american. news group a secret u.s. program dedicated to you and we'll tell you about its funding and why this video is everybody's attention. welcome back as we take a look at the weather across the levant and western parts of asia so pretty quiet at the moment fine conditions for the most part temperatures average slightly above back to their sunshine eleven degrees on the banks the caspian sea where wise by dad coming in at nineteen degrees and it's looking fine around the eastern side of the mediterran
KRON
Dec 17, 2017 7:00am PST
canada's many popular vacation spots. but how about churchill? travel enthusiast dana rebmann joins us now to explain why this fairly unknown locale should be on your must-visit list.. ((2 shot)) churchill is an unknown to most americans. in fact, it's an unknown to many canadians. but that's okay.. don't let that dissuade you. it's just another reason to visit. ((vo tape 1)) cg1=churchill, canada in all likelihood, bay area travelers are going to fly to churchill via winnipeg, in the canadian province of manitoba. in the five-minute or so drive into town one of the first things you'll notice.. along with the lack of traffic.. is the colorful murals painted on assorted buildings. with a population of around 900, it's what you won't find in churchill that really ups its charm. no traffic lights. one gas station, one grocery store, four restaurants, and i think three bars. set along the shores of the hudson bay, it's picturesque.. and for all intents and purpose.. the easily accessible arctic. ((vo tape 2)) belugas cg2=hudson bay churchill, canada and it has a way of showing off. this
BBC News
Dec 17, 2017 2:30pm GMT
canada plus plus plus. when you look at our free—trade agreement between the eu and canada, you will see that 98% of tariff lines are abolished and set at zero. we see no reason why it can't be zero and then we want an ambitious service chapter on top of that. isn't that the problem? the deal over services, when you think of what a major part of the british economy services actually make up, and canada, and i take your point about plus plus plus plus, but the deal there does not include services. we start with an easier position because we are in regulatory alignment with the eu. 0ur financial services providers have equivalent regulation to the eu. that is the point. we are coming from a totally different starting point to canada. therefore, this idea that it is going to be impossible, it might take eight years is wishful thinking. no. that is exactly the point, so we have regulatory alignment because of course we are in the eu. those regulations are decided by the eu. do we really think that we will be deciding with the european financial services regulations will be once we are ou
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 9:15am EST
in canada. one day we will all be dead and none of this will matter. >> in my eight. biology class or teacher gave us a checklist of dominant versus recessive teachers how babies come out looking the way they do. the subtext from this particularly nationalistic teacher preferred to me earlier that we would all end up looking darker and more vague than we did in the past. she wasn't exactly unhappy about it but she did express some concern regarding the eventual loss of the blue eye in natural blonde. we were paired up with someone from the opposite next week look at jeans and see what our potential child will look like. can we really try this home? a public school teacher in suburban calgary told her teenage students to pretend they were going to have sex with each other in their biologically likely babies and i was one of the only ethnic kids in the class, my jeans were already steamrolling everyone else's and my partner, eric, a white boy who was a hollister t-shirt personified went down the checklist me and when we arrived at hair on fingers or knuckles i looked down at my hands
ABC
Dec 17, 2017 9:00am EST
into canada. it takes all that cold arctic air with it. it gets balmy around here. temperatures are in the 50s, not once, not twice but three times this week. i'll have details coming up with that 7-day forecast in just a few minutes. nydia? >> no arrests have been made yet in connection with the shooting in north philadelphia that injured two teenagers. the shots were fired just after 11:00 last night in the intersection of north 9th and west somerset after. a 17-year-old was shot in the leg and a 15-year-old boy suffered a wound to the abdomen. both were taken to temple university hospital where they are listed in stable condition. investigators found 12 spent cart trajs at the scene. >>> a imagine is hospitalized after being shot in the eye. police say the uneye fiied man was walking just after 1:00 when he was shot. the man was rushed to the hospital where he underwent surgery. so far no arrests have been made and there's no word on what sparked the shoot zblg two masked man responsible for an armed robbery this morning. police say the men entered the story with an ka47 and dema
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2017 4:30am PST
teams throughout the u.s. and canada. and we work with also three of the major stick manufacturing companies. we would repurposed over 50,000 hockey sticks over the last number of years all which would have ended up in land fills. >> fantastic. >> our products are sold throughout the u.s. at various different nhl arenas and hockey shops worldwide. >> do you have to have a professional license for these by the teams? >> we do not. there's no license needed because we're repurposing sticks and there's no markings for the nhl teams. >> all right. i'm stepping in. nice job. you hockey fans? >> a little bit. >> oh, sure. >> growing up in arkansas, you don't see a lot of hockey. >> all right. you asked one question do you have any more just to get a little bit more information? >> i'm curious who is your target consumer? >> strangely enough we found that mostly women buy our products. and they're buying them for men as gifts. so father's day, christmas, valentine's day. >> great. >> all right. you've got your first glimpse at it. a quick one-minute elevator pitch which i think is what yo
ABC
Dec 17, 2017 7:00am EST
now it's all pushing north up into canada. that will be the trend this week. all that icy cold stuff is going to retreat nor ward. e'll see temperatures warming up a little bit. it's already 70 right now in new orleans 46 in in st. louis close to 50 in jacksonville. so this somewhat milder air right now will start to spread north later today and tomorrow and temperatures really get warm as we into tuesday. here's future tracker 6. now again before we get into that process of warming we're going to squeeze out a little bit of moisture tonight. today is dry, this evening for the most part is dry and right around the midnight hour w couple of scattered showers and you right here that's a light wintry mix of freezing snow, sleet or in. so right through midnight through 4:00 a.m. very light precipitation north of the pennsylvania turnpike let's say north and west of the delaware river once we get to 6:00, 7:00 a.m. and monday is actually really nice. temperatures warming up into the mid to upper 40s. there's just going to be that window there from midnight 4:00 a.m. where things could get
BBC News
Dec 17, 2017 11:30am GMT
out of the continent. the belgian prime minister saying he thought a canada plus—plus should be the cornerstone of any future negotiations with the uk. it is in keeping with what david davis has said. and what the majority of what the cabinet supports. many people thought a canada plus—plus deal was unrealistic and a fantasy. i think how europe handles this will be a real reflection of where it is going. that is important. david davis and his ramblings on what was decided by mrs may was just a statement of intent. they have been very tough. things will be as they are until 2019. the transition period, more or less everything stays the same. we are playing them. the transition period is interesting. we have march 2019, but if we are looking at a two—year transition period, things are broadly the same for very many years to come. we are still part of the ec], the trade deal is going to be similar. you have been a member of the eu for 43 years so what is another five years? by the time we get to the end point, and about divisions, who knows? do any of us know what the eu is going t
FOX Business
Dec 17, 2017 6:30am EST
president is right. explain. charles: i looked at canada they changed their immigration system a few years ago to a merit-based system that includes education. neil: in other words what you can bring to the country. charles: what you can bring to the country and there is also a slice in there if you get 10 points for the ability to fit in if you have relatives here that helps, there rather that helps a lot and i think about how fewer incidents there have been vis-a-vis terrorism and things like that but also let's face it we're a nation built on immigration but also a nation where we populated it and i think at this point if we want to stay number one in the world we need to bring in as much talent as possible and also people who are going to be pledging allegiance to our country as soon as they step foot on it. neil: ben stein what do you think of what the president is saying you come to the united states with the understanding you're going to bring something to the united states. ben: i love the idea. personally, i don't understand why we're having any immigration at all at thi
ABC
Dec 17, 2017 6:00am EST
jet stream will lift to the north. all that cold air retreats back into canada and it will turn mild. for today mostly cloudy and chilly, 41 degrees is today's high. winds are light out of the north at 5-10 mourpts. they're going to become variable overnight with a spotty shower in the city north and east. and speaking of areas north and west, this is what we're looking at right now. temperatures will be at freezing, 32 or just slightly below that mark and that will be good enough to freeze everything over again. so a mix is possible for some areas and that could create icy patches out there or slick spots. be careful first thing tomorrow morning. one more fairly chilly day and then look what happens here. it turns really mild. 47 degrees for monday. clouds and sun. breezy and mild for tuesday. it's going to feel like spring with a high of 56. 45 for wednesday, a cold front pushes through. thursday's colder with a high of 42 and with the wind it will feel like the 30s but then we start warming up again friday and saturday, 52 and 55 degrees and i have to tell you guys right now, chri
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 2:42am EST
having a clear mission, canada valuations, we know everyone we hire is exactly how to succeed and was expected from them. ultimately, the system has served us well and serve our students and faculty well. it continues to contribute to the growth of j wi. grown to over 1700 mba students at over 900 graduates. 96% of our students with experience is good or excellent. 92% rate their confidence and a grown. have received a raise or promotion during their student chip. many institutions have recognized us for student success. jack welsh said it best. treating students like customers and holding faculty accountable to student outcomes has served a mission. [applause] thank you, kathleen, jerry, and mike for your presentations. i'd like to kick off this part of our discussion by asking you three in particular how your institutions have worked with employers in your communities and or areas of influence and impact to ensure that what you are offering is matching up with and meeting the needs of employers and what barriers have you faced in that regard? development career office and have advis
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Dec 17, 2017 2:13am EST
registration, as is one in canada. structurebased etf analysts say, has a better approval.win is this becoming a more mainstream method of currency? more: it is becoming mainstream, and it is the currency usage versus the investable asset usage. will find wildly divergent views on this. there are people who argue that it has failed as a currency for technical reasons and because there has not been a lot of uptake. you can look globally and will ae areas, countries with monetary or currency policy is challenging, so in the journal recently, there was an argument about how venezuelans are using bitcoin to pay for necessities, because their currency is so volatile and devalued. when we talk about how mainstream it is, the challenge is to sort of acknowledge that it is a value and the use cases will vary depending on the circumstances. right, a call from new york on our independent line. whether it is bitcoin or any other coin, it is important to save for retirement. what is equally important is doing things that bernie sanders is fighting for, and that is creating a system where peo
CBS
Dec 17, 2017 2:05am EST
nine i left and emigrated to canada with my mum.ú - [byron] really? what took you to canada? - my mother was over there and she was working and i was in england without a mum. we had to unite, we united in canada. - [byron] what was it like growing up for you in canada? - it was different, it had to get into hockey and i got into a little baseball and basketball. - [byron] yeah? - yeah. - [byron] did you consider those as sports for yourself? - yeah. - [byron] yeah, were you thinking about professional? - in hockey you were able to fight real free. nobody's stopping you, you can punch somebodyuble and it's part of the sport so i like that aspect of it.
SFGTV
Dec 16, 2017 11:00pm PST
he thought he was gay. so, moment of silence, please. >> thank you. miss canada, and i have a picture, if you can show it on the overboard, please, 100-year-old woman lived right across the street from ms. breed. in my opinion, was taken with a noose from her house and she died. but after she died, she was left in a cold freezer for one month because the family couldn't afford to get her out of storage to bury her. that's the legacy of lee and breed. no way. >> clerk: thank you for your public comment. madam president? next speaker, please. >> um, i guess my condolences to the family for ed lee's passing. i guess we're talking about homelessness again and i have to go back to, who is monitoring in the city and county of san francisco the standards of care? i -- i would like some type of answer from city officials. right now, i'm under the impression it's nobody. they don't monitor standards of care. my other problem is, there's been declared a state of emergency regarding homelessness. when you have a state of emergency, it's more intense. i would like to believe that we can g
FOX
Dec 16, 2017 10:00pm PST
in canada, a billionaire and his wife found dead inside their toronto mansion. officials need to figure out if it was a homicide or murder suicide. >> reporter: this is pharmaceuticals billionaire barry sherman and his wife honey. >> he is a wonderful man. for the country, what he done for the country in society and the community. i am very very sad. >> reporter: both were found dead inside their toronto mansion friday. >> we discovered two bodies of people inside a home here.>> reporter: the canadian press reporting barry sherman killed his wife, hung the body and then hung himself. despite those reports police say nothing has been ruled out as they try to put together this popular couples final hours. >> the circumstances of their death lead us to believe there may be suspicious circumstances. >> reporter: barry sherman running a prominent pharmaceutical company, and they are estimating the couple's worth of $3.2 billion. giving back to their community, they were major donors to hospitals universities and jewish organizations. many of his employees coming to the couple's home s
BBC News
Dec 17, 2017 5:30am GMT
vetoed by washington. police in canada say they're treating the deaths of the billionaire businessman barry sherman and his wife honey as "suspicious". the sherman family issued a statement urging police to conduct "a thorough, intensive and objective criminal investigation" into their parents‘ deaths and urged the media to avoid speculating on the cause. coming up at 6:00, breakfast, with ben thompson and rachel burden. but first on bbc news, politics europe. hello, welcome to politics europe, your regular guide to the top stories in brussels and strasbourg. on today's program, eu leaders give the green light to move on to phase 2 of the brexit talks. when will the eu and uk start discussing trade and transition period? former european parliament president, martin schultz, says that the eu should become a united state of europe by 2025. is that realistic? could brexit hasten the process? and, was the doner almost a goner? a vote in the european parliament almost skewered the humble frozen vertical meat stick, or kebab to you and me. we'll chew over the details. so, all that to to c
BBC News
Dec 17, 2017 5:00am GMT
canadians, even the prime minister has responded on this and that is because he was one of canada's wealthiest people, worth multi—billions of dollars and also they were such philanthropists. they donated many millions of dollars to foundations, organisations, also hospitals and schools, there were buildings that had his name on them. it is such a shocking scene at that site where it is such a wealthy neighbourhood, a quiet street, people just couldn't believe that something like this could happen. and has there been any reaction from the family? well, the family has actually released a statement and that is because some news outlets today were reporting that this was as a result of a murder—suicide, that is not something that i was yet reporting, but late today the family actually did actually issue a statement and they really strongly criticised police and also those media outlets. i am going to read you a couple of lines that statement. it reads in part: "we are shocked and think it is irresponsible that police sources have reportedly advised the media of a theory which neith
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2017 12:00am EST
. the national academy of science in canada and sweden, they said -- on acid rain is no different on global warming. when the truth of shows interesting. they suppress the funding, they demonize. to this day, none of the academies have retracted or admitted they got the science wrong. i will put a big? over the credibility of the organizations when they say science is separate. >> what you say one of the issues were dealing with is the fear mongering going on? so we started off with a global warming crisis and then it became global warming and then it became climate change. so they seem to be admitting that we don't have a crisis, whatever the change in weather is. to think you're mongering is a tactic they're using? >> yes, i demonstrate in the book that was embedded from the word go. there are two conferences as the ipc was being formed in austria and italy. it appears from the document is said to get governments to change politics they had to reverse engineers. they said the discount rates are so lo that we can show that much damage therefore it's a great big catastrophe down the
Al Jazeera
Dec 17, 2017 7:32am +03
death of one of canada's richest men billionaire barry sherman and his wife were found dead in their in toronto and the set of circumstances are suspicious but the deaths are being treated as homicides sherman found that in the world's largest generic drug makers well those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after upfront that's what. where and. when the right to free speech conflicts with protecting minorities how should democracies respond and do muslim communities have a particular problem with the principle of free expression or has been unfairly targeted the debate over free speech and i'm from special. with hate crimes on the rise across the west recent debates around free speech have become all the more pressing from all humans in the us about whether white supremacists should be given platforms to say bigoted things to claims that free speech is under attack at universities the issue is being a hotly debated and politicized so while freedom of expression is one of the backbones of democracy should be protected no matter what even if it means defending so-
BBC News
Dec 17, 2017 4:30am GMT
in canada say they're treating the deaths of the billionaire businessman barry sherman and his wife honey, as suspicious. the sherman family issued a statement urging police to conduct "a thorough, intensive and objective criminal investigation" into their parents‘ deaths and urged the media to avoid speculating on the cause. now on bbc news, it's time for click. this week: the wired world of 360 video, the artistic world of marina abramovic, and the strange world of quantum computers. imagine a computer that could crack the world's most secure codes in minutes, design extraordinary new medicines, even pave the way for intelligent machines. big tech companies like google, ibm and microsoft are all trying to be the first to achieve a breakthrough in the field of quantum computing. but we are not quite there yet. at the moment, if you want a quantum computer, you need all of this. you need your ionising lasers, your cooling lasers, and your processor. you need all of this, and currently all this can do is add a zero and a one. but it does do it in a really cool way. quantum computer
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