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"washington china" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"washington china" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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NYSE to Delist China's Major Telecom Operators

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

NYSE to Delist China's Major Telecom Operators

"China says it will take necessary countermeasures in response to the New York Stock Exchange announcement that it will delist three major Chinese telecoms. It's the latest flare up of tensions between Beijing and Washington. China did not offer details on what the measures might be. The move stems from an executive order President Trump issued barring investment and publicly traded companies that the U. S government says are owned or controlled by the Chinese military. Stock exchange said Thursday it would delis China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom Hong Kong with trading of the company's suspended in early

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"washington china" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"washington china" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Certify the electoral college results 11 senators, led by Ted Cruz of Texas say they will vote against certain state electors unless Congress appoints an electoral commission to immediately conduct an audit of the election results. While acknowledging they're unlikely to change the results, the group says they will reject electors from what they described as disputed states has not regularly given and lawfully certified. Election officials from both parties and President Trump's now former Attorney General William Barr have said there was no evidence of widespread fraud, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has urged Republicans against efforts to overturn the election and Thomas Washington China says it will take necessary countermeasures in response to the York Stock Exchanges announcement. It would d list three major Chinese telecoms. It's the latest flare up of tensions between Beijing and Washington. China did not offer details on what the measures might be. The move stems from an executive order President Trump issued barring investment and publicly traded companies. The U. S government says are owned or controlled by the Chinese military. The stock exchange said Thursday it would delis China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom, Hong Kong with trading of the company's suspended in early January. Actually, Walker Funeral services held today for Louisiana Congressman elect to Dive from Covert 19 complications Republican Luke let Lowe died Tuesday at the age of 41 just five days before being sworn in tomorrow. Meanwhile, Virginia Republican state Senator Ben Chaff and died after contracting the coronavirus he was 60 years old to sports Notable Deaths. Hall of Fame football player Floyd Little died at 78. MBA Hall of Famer Paul Westfall was 70 Maura town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question beatings Have Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal..

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NYSE to delist 3 biggest Chinese telecoms to comply with Trump executive order

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00:39 sec | 1 year ago

NYSE to delist 3 biggest Chinese telecoms to comply with Trump executive order

"China says it will take necessary countermeasures in response to the New York Stock Exchange is announcement that it would d list three major Chinese telecoms AP Correspondent Julie Walker reports. It's the latest flare up of tensions between Beijing and Washington. China did not offer details on what the measures might be. The move stems from an executive order President Trump issued barring investment and publicly traded companies. That the U. S government says are owned or controlled by the Chinese military. The stock exchange said Thursday it would delis China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom, Hong Kong with trading of the company's suspended in early January. I'm Julie Walker,

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China warns of retaliation for NYSE's delisting of companies

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

China warns of retaliation for NYSE's delisting of companies

"China says it will take necessary countermeasures in response to the New York stock exchange's announcement that it would delist three major Chinese telecoms it's the latest flare up of tensions between Beijing and Washington China did not offer details on what the measures might be the move stems from an executive order president trump issued barring investment in publicly traded companies that the U. S. government says are owned or controlled by the Chinese military the stock exchange said Thursday it would delist China telecom China mobile and China unicom Hong Kong with trading of the company's suspended in early January I'm Julie Walker

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China restricts US official travel to Hong Kong

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

China restricts US official travel to Hong Kong

"Some U. S. officials are now being restricted by China from traveling to Hong Kong the move comes in retaliation to similar measures imposed on Chinese individuals by Washington China's foreign ministry has announced that US diplomatic passport holders visiting Hong Kong in nearby Macau will temporarily no longer receive visa entry privileges these restrictions on what China's foreign ministry spokesman described as reciprocal sanctions the reference is most likely to US sanctions the ball certain Chinese and Hong Kong officials from traveling to the U. S. the US ban targeted those who had a role in imposing a crackdown on free speech and opposition political activity in Hong Kong China sees U. S. actions as an attempt to interfere in China's internal affairs and undermining China's core interests I'm Karen Thomas

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"washington china" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"washington china" Discussed on WTOP

"Something that maybe we lost in the last administration between Pelosi and Trump. That was just a bridge too far to think that we were gonna get them toe. Go shit. But here we have Biden and McConnell if you are ex colleagues in the Senate who are known negotiators, who if Biden can get away from these extreme part of his party. He might make some deal so we might be in a position where we could. If they end up being in power. We could end up in a position to do something in these big lives. Potentially. Matt Brooks, the RJ sees executive director says it's grasping at straws to conclude that either Purdue or Kelly Leffler, the Republican candidate in the other contest, acknowledged Biden's win on the call with the group. Brooks adds Any inference that either of these two are not supportive of the president just isn't true, and in fact, they are all going to be campaigning together in Georgia. The president heads down Saturday. Trump aide has been banned from the Justice Department. An official installed by the Trump administration as a liaison at the Justice Department has been banned from the building. Three people familiar with the matter tell The Associated Press. Heidi Stirrup was told within the last two weeks to vacate the building after top Justice Department officials learned she was trying to collect insider information about ongoing cases and department work on election fraud. The People's Falk on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the matter. Stirrup, a top ally of Trump, Advisor Stephen Miller had been quietly installed at the Justice Department as a White House liaison a few months ago. Mike Rossi, a Washington China poses the greatest threat to America and the rest of the free world since the second World War. That is the opinion of outgoing National intelligence director John Radcliffe. Speaking tonight is the Trump Administration ramps up its anti China rhetoric to pressure President elect Biden to be tough on Beijing. CBS News correspondent Catherine Herridge with an exclusive interview with Radcliffe, Franklin has shifted significant Intel Diligence resources to focus on China and for the first time publicly accused the communist government of working to influence American lawmakers. And you say China is targeting members of Congress with six times the frequency of Russia and 12 times the frequency of Iran what is behind Beijing's aggressive approach through blackmail through bribery through overt and covert influence. Trying to make sure that only laws that are favorable to China are past. China intends to dominate the world economically,.

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"washington china" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"washington china" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Egypt. Thean be ta announcing major service cuts to make up for a $600 million budget gap in 2021 coronavirus in Massachusetts. Hospitalizations are up 705 residents being treated 151 in intensive care. And protesters, both pro and anti President Trump's wearing off last night in Washington, D. C. More than a week after Joe Biden was declared the winner, president Trump sticking to his guns, not conceding the presidency. Joe Biden won the electoral vote Count 306 to 2 32. But attorneys for the president have filed suits and several states and what's seen as AH, long shot bid to reverse the results. More on the legal challenges with ABC is Andrew Dember. One week after Joe Biden won the presidential election, thousands of President Trump's supporters gathered in Washington D. C president's motorcade driving down Pennsylvania Avenue as he smiled and waved to the crowd fight and now projected to have 306 electoral votes. President. Trump, who spent the day golfing is still refusing to concede. Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, has taken over the Trump campaign's election lawsuits. So far, judges in Michigan and Pennsylvania have dismissed the campaign's cases on voter fraud for lack of credible evidence entered Imbert ABC NEWS Washington China may have congratulated President elect Biden for his victory, but a change in administrations. Not expected to ease the strange relations between the two countries. CBS is Remy Inocencio from Beijing. There's China's militarized claims.

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"washington china" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"washington china" Discussed on AP News

"Is AP News I'm Rita fall away. The Corona virus pandemic is worsening deaths, hospitalizations and new infections are soaring across the nation. California's now had more than a million cove. It 19 infections. And you see, San Francisco epidemiologist, Dr George Rutherford says there's no way to sugarcoat this. A million cases is a million cases. But we've also had more than 18,000 deaths in California, which is the real statistic. To pay attention to on beach. One of those is you know, was largely preventable. Experts are hoping a vaccine may be available beginning next month for priority patients. What about everybody else? The AP is Jackie Quinn has an answer to that question. Dr. Anthony Fauci and a forum at the National Cathedral says he's hopeful the general public will be able to receive a Cupid vaccine by the spring. But people have to be willing to get it. 80% of the population get vaccinated. You have an umbrella of protection already. That the virus has no place to go. It would be looking for for vulnerable people and not finding it. And Dr Fauci Costin's families to really think hard about the risk of getting together for the Thanksgiving holiday, maybe right. Now's not the time to have 25 people in a house when you take your mask off as you're eating. Jackie Quinn Washington China is congratulating President elect Joe Biden. Saying We respect the choice of the American people. China is one of the last major countries to congratulate Biden. The government and cyber security officials who coordinate election security say the November 3rd election was the most secure in the history of our nation. The head of the agency in charge of protecting election security, Chris Krebs, says he now expects President Trump to fire him. He's been vocal on Twitter, reassuring Americans. The election was secure. This is AP News. As Corona virus cases rise hopes are fading for recovery in the airline industry, the AP, said. Donahue reports the nation's fourth biggest airlines. Southwest says there was a moderate increase in travel from August through last month. But they see a slowdown and what was hoped to be improving trends this month for Thanksgiving and next month for Christmas. JetBlue is hoping for a turnaround. It will stop blocking seats after the new year. Flights are 70% capacity now, Nicholas Calio, with the trade group Airlines for America, says because of the recent spike in Corona virus cases, demand is softening and is probably not hard to figure out why. He also said airlines are still losing about $180 million a day. I'm Ed Donahue stocks pulled back yesterday on worries about the worsening virus across the country. The Dow dropped 317 points the S and P lost 35 points. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Thank.

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"washington china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"washington china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who is placed in her aunt, who was elected. We're not gonna move backwards. The 19 fifties, There's our Nina Totenberg on the icon she knew so well and later the political consequences with elections ahead. Biden and Trump Stump for votes in Minnesota, Puerto Rico's new aid package, three years after Hurricane Maria is it time for the election and Chick Korea's new album First We have our newscast Saturday, September 19. 2000. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. President. Trump says he and the Senate have an obligation to select a new Supreme Court justice without delay. The president's tweet comes a day after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at the age of 87. A fight is brewing after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell promised to vote on the nominee before the November election. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports, Ginsberg's death leaves a giant hole on a conservative port, where she was the leading liberal dissenter for more than a decade until her first judicial appointment. She led the fight in the courts for gender equality. She began her legal crusade. Women were treated by law differently from men. Hundreds of state and federal laws restricted what women could do, barring them from jobs, equal benefits and even jury service. By the time she put on judicial robes, however, Ginsberg had worked a revolution. Once on the court, she would prove to be a liberal on a court that grew increasingly conservative. But in some critical cases, she managed to persuade a conservative colleague to go her way, as she did in upholding independent redistricting commissions created by referenda that were aimed at curbing partisan Jerry Mandarin. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington China says it's instituting new regulations that could bet blacklist foreign firms that Beijing says unfairly treat Chinese companies or pose a threat to China's national security. NPR's Emily Fang reports. The announcements come a day before the U. S blocks to of China's biggest mobile, APS, tic TAC and Witcher. China has not yet announced which companies will be labeled what it calls unreliable entities. Firms that threatened the development of Chinese companies trying to announce it would compile a list of unreliable entities right after the US put Chinese telecom company hallway on a trade blacklist this spring. In May, Chinese state media suggested that American firms including Apple, Qualcomm, and Cisco, would be considered first for the list. And while China's future unreliable center, the list is not explicitly aimed towards countering American companies or individuals These regulations come the day before the U. S. Will take Chinese social media app, Sui chat and tick talk out of American app stores. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Indochina Police in Rochester, New York, say two people are dead. 14 are injured in a mass shooting early this morning at a backyard party. The gathering was illegal because of pandemic restrictions. But Rochester's interim police chief, Mark Simmons, says his department have received no reports of problems. We checked our records and we don't show any My alone cause for a disturbance or allow party or even illegal parking. Police are still searching for the gunman. The shooting comes as the city grapples with the death of Daniel Prude, a black man who suffocated while being held in police custody in March. This is NPR news Live from news. I'm queen of him in San Francisco Mourners. A Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gathered in the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco last night. For a candlelit vigil honoring the trailblazing justice Ladies. Kate Wolf reports. The email calling for the vigil went out at 5:42 P.m. in an hour later..

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"washington china" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dress to the ship's crew when the canyon report captain Brad crozier was relieved of command after an email he sent to several senior defense officials was leaked to the San Francisco Chronicle in a sometimes salty addressed to the crew Monday morning acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley said captain crozier deserve to be fired information was gonna get out into the public in this information age that we live in a the commanding officers of like this some democratic members of Congress including members of the house and Senate armed services committees say acting secretary mode Lee should be removed Linda can young Washington China reported no deaths from the virus Monday and just thirty June two cases all from people who returned from overseas I'm a late Francis prime minister Boris Johnson remains in intensive care at this hour after taking a turn for the worse in his battle against covert nineteen ninety Romero reports I also want to send best wishes to a very good friend of mine I had a friend to our nation prime minister Boris Johnson president trump sending some love to British prime minister Boris Johnson who has been moved to intensive care at St Thomas hospital in London we'll see if we can be of help we've contacted all of Boris is doctors and we'll see what is going to take place but they are ready to go but when you get brought into intensive care that gets very very serious I'm not here Meryl reporters in Wisconsin facing a choice today in the primary or stay away from large crowds this after the state Supreme Court ruled the governor didn't have the authority.

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"washington china" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on KOMO

"Trump administration health advisors projecting U. S. pandemic deaths could range from one hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand infectious disease specialist Dr Todd Halloran says there is still much we do not know we don't know how many people have mild infection we don't know how many people are a symptomatic that's really important to understand this virus in what the true mortality as U. S. desktop four thousand more than one thousand in New York

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"washington china" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on KOMO

"A. B. C. news Washington China giving us corona virus guard up these are your world headlines from ABC news Chinese officials say the epidemic is an over in their country the daunting challenges remain as a foreign ministry spokeswoman says the authorities want to make sure that infected people arriving from abroad will spread the disease and start new outbreaks the Russian parliament has approved harsher punishments for violating quarantine regulations reading lockdowns will be punishable by heavy fines and if it leads to two or more people dying up to seven years in prison virus related recessions around the world are going to be bad and for some of the world's major industrial nations the worst that anyone alive has experienced that's according to analysts at Deutsche Bank prince Harry and Meghan of officially made the transition from senior members of Britain's royal family to international celebrities and charity patriots movement made more complicated well the global pandemic find some rivers at the A. B. C. news foreign desk in London the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk April fools day and no joke about it March ended up pretty soggy and unsettled there at the tail end of the month we had thunder and lightning and hail and so nice and breaks and rainbows too a little bit of everything so today relatively speaking will be a little bit calmer out there from the start the thirties and up on either side of fifty which is a little bit chilly here for this time of year and as we head into the afternoon again a little bit brighter than it has been lately so enjoy the cold weather center I'm meteorologist Stephen o'donnell there was a party friends and family couldn't cancel peers Brian Calvert days like this one have been special and Martha Morris family for decades Martha's daughter Lucy it's always had a theme party at least until they were fifteen sixteen but as her mom's big day got closer so did a certain virus Lucy couldn't plan a party in Martha's Spokane neighborhood or could she ever made love Martha which meant they'd likely be willing to go the extra mile so on the day Martha Moore turned ninety six years old she stepped out on our front porch and was greeted with up and down the block full of cars and from the sidewalk family and friends made the day Oficial Martha's reaction to all this I can't believe I missed so then the trademark class everyone stayed six feet apart meaning the entire neighborhood was buzzing with singing and laughter all for Martha C. Warner and blocks per se aged vice on how to make it to ninety six made friends that's a good example of what you did if your family because they're the most important Martha her family and friends will likely never forget the year of the social distance birthday celebration and again there was nothing distant in this group as it heats love upon the near centurion they all have in common that's wonderful Brian Calvert komo news stay home.

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"washington china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now he's got one thank you here's the latest we know about the corona virus spread in the U. S. the death toll has climbed to fourteen across the country the number of U. S. cases confirmed has now topped two hundred scattered across eighteen states Pennsylvania and Indiana have reported their first cases and here's what we still don't know how hard this country will be hit at peak from both public health and economic standpoint will merge irv Chapman reports from Washington China has been the hardest hit with factory struggling to resume production a similar worst case scenario in this country would have even more adverse economic consequences Austin Goolsby a former White House economic adviser said in a Bloomberg interview the fear factor and every body self quarantining not going out to restaurants not flying on airplanes not going to the gym if you look at the big rich economies of which the US is the biggest and the richest our economies are more dominated by those face to face services than the Chinese economy is case in point usually right now in Washington a great the president boarding his helicopter marine one for a flight from Nashville to the centers for disease control in Atlanta today president trump poured a neighborhood reduced to rubble by a tornado earlier this week and marveled at the tremendous heart he witnessed in the Nashville area he also offered a message for survivors and those who lost family members declaring we love them this special people trump.

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"washington china" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Bowl in those districts it's gonna be tough the whole under these jobs if you have to make the case for accepting democratic socialist Bernie Sanders praised Fidel Castro I'm not happy about that argument in the hall the only town Larry elder show everybody is so nice all the that's our news on king Peters in Washington China's reported five hundred eight new cases in an outbreak of a viral illness that is spread to the Middle East and Europe another seventy one deaths were reported in the update Tuesday sixty eight of them in the city of Wuhan where the epidemic has been concentrated the update spring mainland China's total to seventy seven thousand six hundred fifty eight cases in twenty six hundred sixty three deaths South Korea reported sixty more cases of the new virus bringing its total to eight hundred ninety three it now has the second highest total behind China Democrats are intensifying their political assault against their party's presidential front runner Bernie Sanders at the same time the Vermont senator is looking for a strong performance perhaps even a knock out blow in south Carolina's weekend primaries on Wall Street the Dow down by over one thousand points the nasdaq dropped three fifty five this is S. R. a new say hello to Macy's star rewards now all members turn on every Macy's purchase bronze members get one percent silver to gold.

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"washington china" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on KCRW

"Of questions beginning today senators will submit hand written questions over two days for house managers and the White House defense team NPR's Giles Snyder says when that's concluded the Senate will decide whether to allow new witness testimony the Senate could vote on whether to call witnesses as soon as Friday Democrats especially want to hear from former national security adviser John Bolton whose book manuscript leaked to The New York Times in which reportedly claims of Bolton directly ties president trump to the pressure campaign on Ukraine for senators will spend the next two days seeking answers to written questions submitted to Chief Justice John Roberts economists expect the federal reserve to leave US interest rates unchanged when the fed wraps up its latest policy meeting today the national transportation safety board says it'll be at least another week before it releases a preliminary report into the helicopter crash that killed retired NBA star Kobe Bryant his thirteen year old daughter and seven others Jennifer Harman de is with the NTSB the descent rate for the helicopter was over two thousand feet a minute so we know that this was a high energy impact crash the crash occurred three days ago in southern California this is NPR news from Washington China's president xi gin paying says efforts to stop the spread of the corona virus remain what he calls a grim and complex streets in many Chinese cities are described as largely empty those who venture out outside can be seen wearing surgical masks the virus is blamed for at least one hundred thirty two deaths in China the number of confirmed cases there is nearing six thousand British Airways says its suspending flights to mainland China other carriers are doing the same as businesses react to the virus and P. R. Shannon bond says the corona virus is creating uncertainty for apple as it reports record quarterly earnings to the stronger demand for iPhones apple sold a lot of items during the holiday shopping season about fifty six billion dollars worth that helped its overall sales surged almost ninety two billion dollars a quarterly record for apple profits also had a record twenty two billion dollars apple is a financial supporter of NPR CEO Tim cook warned that the company is starting to feel some impact from the corona virus outbreak we have limited travel to you business critical situation as of last week apple has closed.

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"washington china" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"They didn't tell you fax that are critical facts that they know completely collapse their case on the facts senator Tim Scott said it was good for the nation to get to hear the other side you want to be led by evidence by fax by information but you want the whole story and so today we had an opportunity to hear more of the story now with Sunday off Democrat senators who were trying to replace the president in November were quick to exit town and hit the hustings of only for just a few hours senators Warren center's global char back on quick tour of Iowa to keep their supporters motivated heading into the final stretch the caucus campaign which ends when voters head to the polls on February third the commission on presidential debates confirming the trump reelection campaigns raise concerns about the fairness of the twenty twenty debates last month president trump's campaign manager and a senior adviser met with the co chairman of the commission to share the president's complaints about the upcoming debates they raised concerns about fairness and the selection of moderators for the twenty twenty cycle the trump team told the commission that it planned to have the president participate in the debates but wanted reassurances about the fairness of the process and floated the idea of skipping them great Clarkston Washington China's leader calling the accelerating spread of a new virus a grave situation cities from the outbreaks epicenter in central China to Hong Kong scrambling continue paying the illness news and analysis townhall dot com symptoms can attack anywhere like a city street now you can give fast relief anywhere with new improved from the team missed the only FDA approved asthma inhaler available over the counter.

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"washington china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Says tougher gun laws can help reduce deaths and your son Gonyea reports on a bomb was tweeted reaction to the mass killings in Texas and Ohio Obama's four paragraph tweet expresses his grief and says no other nation tolerates the levels of gun violence that we do he also calls for rejection of language from any of our leaders that quote feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments he says that includes leaders who suggests that immigrants threaten our way of life for that some people are sub human that part of the Obama statement also seems a response to president trump's recent criticisms of the city of Baltimore and trump telling for women in Congress all minorities to go back to where they came from don Gonyea NPR news Washington China stop buying US agricultural products and its commerce ministry is threatening new terrace on American farm goods already purchased the moon coming days after president trump announced plans to slap new ten percent terrace on three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports the American farm bureau says US agricultural sales to Beijing fell to nine point one billion dollars last year North Korea has fired on it done to identify projectiles to protest joint military exercises being held by the US and South Korea NPR's Anthony kun has more from Seoul south Korea's joint chiefs of staff said the projectiles were launched from one Hey province on the west side of the peninsula they flew about two hundred and eighty miles over populated areas of the country before landing in the E. C. the US and South Korea began to weeklong military exercises on my day mostly involving computer simulations the north argues that the drills violated green it's made by president trump and Kim Jong un at their June thirtieth meeting north Korean state media quoted a foreign ministry spokesman as saying that while Washington and Seoul publicly advocate dialogue they continue to sharpen a sword to do us harm Anthony kun in Seoul this is NPR for the record highest court has agreed to rule on the Senate bid to oust recently sworn in governor Pedro Pierluisi former governor Ricardo Rosales shows Pierluisi to become secretary of state and next in line to replace him before he resigned under pressure last week the house confirm Pierluisi east nomination but the Senate declined to vote on it and calls the swearing in unconstitutional the court is given all parties until noon Tuesday to file the necessary paperwork in the case the US is two busiest newspaper chains are merging local newspaper company new media investment group says it is by USA today publisher connect for cash and stock is in here she can Gucci reports.

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"washington china" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on AP News

"The house is only black Republican and someone who's opposed president trump in the past says he's not seeking reelection AP correspondent Mike Hampton says it could hurt the party ahead of the twenty twenty elections Texas congressman will hurt has become the latest GOP lawmaker to depart hurting the party's efforts to appeal to minority voters and to regain the house heard made the announcement in a tweet Thursday night he has clashed with president trump over race and immigration heard becomes tonight's GOP house member and the sixteen just over a week to announce they will not seek reelection my camp in Washington China's responding to president trump's latest proposed terra hike AP correspondent Matt small reports on the renewed acrimony between both countries China's foreign ministry is criticizing president trump's planned to impose ten percent tariffs on the remaining three hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports he hasn't already tax it's threatening what it terms necessary countermeasures if trump's planned September first hike moves forward although what actions Beijing might take remain unclear China's foreign minister calls the terrorists definitely not the right way to resolve trade frictions Matt small Washington Japan's legislature has improved its accessibility for two new lawmakers who use wheelchairs to the upper house the government installed a slope and create enough space to accommodate the two lawmakers who need larger wheel chairs and care givers their presence is a sign of change in the country where disabled people are encouraged to stay home or a special facilities removed from ordinary workplaces education or communities and also a test if Japan's conservative world of politics is ready to promote a more inclusive society for everyone ahead of Tokyo's hosting of twenty twenty Olympics and Paralympics the to disable lawmakers say they'll try to reforms in education and care giving for the disabled to promote a more inclusive society California beach bluff collapse on to McGuire than AP news minute one person is dead a number of others have been hurt after a block over a popular beach in Encinitas California north of San Diego gave way this afternoon president trump's pick for national intelligence director Texas Republican congressman John Radcliffe has withdrawn after saying Radcliffe is a fine man trump told reporters we had just started.

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"washington china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Would Nathan Hager. Nathan thank you house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the nation is in a constitutional crisis cutting herself in agreement with House Judiciary, chairman Jerrold Nadler. Now that his committee did vote to hold the Torney general William bar in contempt for ignoring a subpoena for the full unredacted Muller. Report polling that this administration would not even pretend to want to protect our elections and incense be an obstacle to are finding out more about how it happened. So we can prevent it from happening again mostly says Moore administration officials could be held in contempt. If they. Refuse committee subpoenas. The Senate intelligence committee has subpoenaed Donald Trump junior. So that he can testify again behind closed doors about his Trump Tower meeting with the Russian lawyer during his father's campaign committee, co-chair Mark Warner you've seen literally hundreds and hundreds of witnesses in the committee has been very clear with everyone that we reserve the right to bring witnesses back if we have further questions their inconsistencies, and I've been pleased with the fact that many folks affiliate with Trump, maybe even other family members have come back to our committee and honor those commitments Warner spoke at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast this morning in Washington China Mobile's bid to provide cell phone service. In the US has just been rejected. A unanimous Federal Communications Commission knocked down the request citing concerns. The Chinese government could use the company to exploit the US phone network in spy on government, agencies and other sensitive targets, the FCC vote came as senior Chinese officials resumed trade. Talks in Washington today and tomorrow global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock.

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World shares breathe easy as Trump pushes out tariff deadline

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

World shares breathe easy as Trump pushes out tariff deadline

"Markus. President Trump has extended a truce with China saying substantial progress has been made in the latest round of negotiations in Washington. China says differences between the two sides have narrowed, but cautioned that talks could become harder. Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie reports is trade negotiators can breathe easy at least for now. Trump's threat to more than double tariffs on Chinese goods has been delayed beyond a March first deadline. Both sides have cited progress on issues ranging from intellectual property to the US trade deficit. China has warned of potential difficulties ahead, but shares of rallied on news of the tariff extension

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Trump delays trade deadline on China tariffs

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Trump delays trade deadline on China tariffs

"Morning. No doubt. President Trump extending a trade truce with China saying substantial progress has been made in the latest random negotiations in Washington. China says differences between the two sides have narrowed the caution at talks could become harder. From this point our correspondent in China. Tom MacKenzie has the latest John is trade negotiators can breathe easy at least for now. Trump's threat to more than double tariffs on Chinese goods has been delayed beyond a March first deadline. Both sides have cited progress on issues ranging from intellectual property to the US trade deficit. China has warned of potential difficulties ahead, but shares have rallied on news of the

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"washington china" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"washington china" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seems to me that. Amazon. Spoke like activity sweep the real Christian bale. Alrighty. I haven't seen that movie. I haven't Yankee. Thank you sheet. Seven fifty one solve this here on the town of Don show. So there you go anything else stand out from the Golden Globes last night list of all the winners the green book. No, we're going to go. See that list? What rama? Nope. Nope. How about the wife? Nope. Glencoe hadn't heard of the wife had not heard of it. The favorites. Nope. Advice? No, no. Here we go. Nope. I man I man. Absolutely. And you like that loved it. Of course, I did story of Neil Armstrong. It was a great movie. Does that put the flag on the moon? And it didn't do a disrespectful didn't do well at the box office, which I don't understand how this Kaminsky method Kaminsky method. Netflix that went best comedy. I've seen parts of that one buddy show and well deserved. I was glad to see that. But what what you saw this year was obviously a lot of cable shows are getting nominated winning. So therefore a lot of stuff that a lot of us haven't seen. There's so many choices out that you can't see them. All can't it's impossible. Now becomes a marketing. Yeah. Exactly. So there were a lot of things. It's like never heard of it never heard of it never seen. It never seen. Some point the Golden Globes will have to have more of those original movies like Hulu would net flicks. They'll have to. Oh, yeah. Hollywood will have to recognize non Hollywood. Well. Yeah. I mean, you're already seeing a lot of that already. So it used to be you could keep up with all the shows because it was three networks and that was it. Right. So it's it's much more difficult. And so you just have to watch it just hope to be entertained. It is seven fifty three tesla is expanding to Shanghai despite a trade war between the China, the Chinese and the United States. Tesla is breaking ground in Shanghai. For a new factory with plans to start production of the model. Three by the end of the year. CEO Alon musk tweeting about the tesla Shanghai, gigafactory. Tesla announcing plans for the factory in China in July despite trade tensions between Beijing and Washington China is the biggest electric vehicle market musk says the Shanghai factory will produce affordable versions for China higher. Priced models will be built in the United. States and Carrick Fox News while speaking of the automotive industry. Ford begins its.

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U.S., China Clash Over Trade, Security at Pacific Summit

Bloomberg Law

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

U.S., China Clash Over Trade, Security at Pacific Summit

"A showdown between the US and China at the Asia Pacific Economic cooperation summit in NEW GUINEA Chinese leader, Xi Jinping told the gathering that implementing tariffs and breaking up supply chains was short-sighted and doomed to failure next to speak vice-president, Mike Pence who said the US offers countries in the region a better option for economic and diplomatic relations than Beijing's heavy handed approach there's word from Washington. China's holdings of US treasuries dropped in September two the lowest in more than a

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China retaliates with $60 billion in additional tariffs

Bloomberg Markets

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

China retaliates with $60 billion in additional tariffs

"Police China is following through on its threat to retaliate after the US said it would impose tariffs in about two hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods next week. We get more now from Bloomberg's Amy Morris in Washington China will add duties on sixty billion dollars of American products on Monday. China's ministry of finance says in a statement that the tariffs will be five or ten percent on more than fifty two hundred items. And that if the US continues to increase tariff rates, China will respond accordingly. The Trump administration had already warned that if Beijing took that step it would place additional tariffs on about two hundred sixty seven billion dollars of Chinese imports in Washington. I'm Amy Morris. Bloomberg

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Women in England to be allowed to take abortion pill at home

NPR News Now

00:58 sec | 4 years ago

Women in England to be allowed to take abortion pill at home

"At the White House and in Arizona are at half staff for Senator John McCain, Senator McCain has died after a lengthy battle with brain cancer. He was eighty. One McCain served more than three decades in the Senate and survived several years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam sin, peer, Scott Horsely reports. John McCain was destined for the navy as the son and grandson of famous admirals his own military fame stemmed from the five and a half years. He spent as a POW in Vietnam, refusing offers of early release because other prisoners had served even longer that same sense of personal honor, followed McCain when he was elected to congress. An early scandal involving campaign contributor, Charles Keating, turn the air Zona lawmaker into a champion of campaign finance reform McCain twice, ran for president, winning the Republican nomination in two thousand eight. He lost Barack Obama, but never. Lost his reputation as a conservative, not afraid to

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US rejects European plea for Iran business sanctions waiver

Pacifica Evening News

02:51 min | 4 years ago

US rejects European plea for Iran business sanctions waiver

"Their own lands on fire in order to get financial compensation the compensation they receive is basically deducted by Israel from the Palestinian people's. Tax funds that Israel, collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority Israel is telling flagrant lies aimed, at justifying. Killing unarmed civilians and trying to stop are popular peaceful March we're trying to break the Israeli siege and attain the, Palestinian, people's right of return Other Palestinians in Gaza view Israel's. Tightening siege of Gaza, as part of ongoing gives radio attempts to force the Palestinian people into, submission hydrate. Is an independent Gaza based political analyst and deleting boy cut activist we believe that I hope that we have now is to send. A message to Us two million refugees of the Gaza but also by. The community by international civil society by boycotting divesting from this thing Footing companies that benefit from oppression of the, Palestinians and by imposing sanctions on similar to the sanctions imposed upon is it a Despite the ceasefire Israeli drones hit eggrolls rocket launchers today and in you blazes were reported in southern Israel apperently sparked by incendiary. Balloons or kites Palestinian. Media also reported that toy airplanes now are being modified to serve as incendiary devices for bicyc- radio KPFA I am Madaree Inga the Trump, administration has rejected a plea from the European, Union to grant an exemption for European companies from newly reimposed US sanctions against Iran the US reinstated the economic penalties against Iran after Trump unilaterally pulled. Out of the, international nuclear. Deal with Tehran and intends to sanction foreign companies doing business with Iran and not just US firms Harry Horton reports the announcements he's a blow to, European hopes if Keeping the Iran deal live without US support the twenty-fifth nuclear deal some e you companies rush to do business with Iran but, those firms could soon face tough US sanctions, if they continue US officials told e you leaders they want to exert unprecedented pressure on Tehran and despite the support of the EU China and Russia. Economic strain could, force the. Iran deal to collapse Harry Houghton Washington China..

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In memo to Mueller, Trump's lawyers argue he could not have obstructed justice

Sportsman Notebook

01:48 min | 4 years ago

In memo to Mueller, Trump's lawyers argue he could not have obstructed justice

"If the us goes ahead with threaten tariffs china says any agreements reached with the white house this weekend will not take affect the statement comes as commerce secretary wilbur ross it's down for another round of trade talks in beijing trump administration says it wants china to dramatically reduce its three hundred seventy five billion dollar annual trade surplus with the united states the president wants to cut that gap two hundred billion dollars by two thousand twenty the administration also wants china to allow american businesses greater access to its economy fox's which edson at the last high level meeting in washington china promised to buy more american farm goods and energy products tariffs imposed on canada and europe had the us singled out energy seven conference in british colombia this weekend these are our most important allies where some of our most important allies we've had long standing relationships with all these countries that are very important treasury secretary steve mnuchin was asked to bring a message of concern and disappointment back to the white house as the russia investigation wears on it remains to be seen if president trump will sit down with robert muller and according to a letter written to the special counsel months ago the president's lawyers argued he can't be forced to what you have here are two of his attorneys jaysekulow and john dowd arguing and essentially pointing the case law and also documents and interviews to say that he shouldn't sit down with robert muller doubt suggested an in person interview between mr mueller and president trump is not necessary fox's ellison barbara the letter was first obtained by the new york times police in a phoenix supper may be looking for a serial killer in recent days four people have been killed and scottsdale police say three of the murderers have been linked fox news.

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US-China trade talks center on rivalry over technology

02:02 min | 4 years ago

US-China trade talks center on rivalry over technology

"Special tomorrow five o'clock eastern carol i'll be thinking with robert kaplan from the dallas fed wanna talk to you about the international aspects of fed policy and also about the us economy good stuff as always kathleen hayes global economics and policy editor at bloomberg news there at on the west coast attending the hoover institution monetary policy conference at stanford and of course our thanks to philippi hernandez latin america economist bloomberg economics inner bloomberg eleven three studio let's get back to world and national news headlines and it's ever to nathan hager bloomberg newsroom in washington dc nathan carol president trump didn't know about the payment to stormy daniels when he said he didn't know about it that's what white house spokeswoman sarah sanders just said at the daily press briefing in the west wing after the president's lawyer rudy giuliani revealed last night that the president has in fact reimbursed his personal lawyer michael cohen for that hundred thirty grand stated and i'll refer you back to his comments this was information that the president didn't know at the time but eventually learn reports that federal authorities wiretapped cohen before the fbi raid on his home and office sanders is deferring questions on that to the president's lawyers and the justice department says the us cannot confirm reports that north korea's releasing three americans ahead of the president's plan to summit with kim jong un but she says if it's true the administration would see it as a sign of goodwill so far so little to say from president trump's economic team when it comes to trade talks with china the latest from bloomberg's irv chapman in washington china's economic policies plus geopolitical ambitions make the negotiations a tough slog elizabeth konami of the council on foreign relations said in a bloomberg interview superpower they want to reclaim the centrality of china on the global stage they want write the rules of the game they're made in china twenty twentyfive program to protect the chinese economy and chinese industry in ten cutting edge technologies is antithetical to getting the us companies in their opening market access and getting a fair deal economy says the administration would have a better shot against chinese cheating if it worked in concert with allies who have the.

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China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 4 years ago

China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from sony pictures with all the money in the world legendary director ridley scott brings this thrilling drama inspired by true events to life starring michelle williams christopher plummer and mark wahlberg now available on digital and blu ray live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown president trump's pick to become the next secretary of state is on capitol hill at this hour vowing to help the state department get it swagger back in perez michele keleman has this update cia director and former congressman mike pompeo says he's heard the concerns about how demoralizing it's been at the state department he's going to help fill vacancies and making clear the department has a key role to play now on north korea which he calls the highest diplomatic task he's also talking tough on russia's saying it has been acting aggressively enabled by years of eight soft policy that is now overpumping oh says according to prepared remarks released by the white house some lawmakers are promising to bring up their concerns about his skepticism of climate change and the iran nuclear deal as well as controversial past statements against muslims michelle kellerman npr news washington china says it will conduct live weapon fire exercises in the taiwan strait next week npr's anthony kuhn reports the drills come amid heightened tensions between the us and china over the selfgovern island maritime authorities in southeast china's fujian province which sits across the street from taiwan announced the exercises authorities offered no details or explanations but a number of recent moves by the trump administration of drawn criticism from china's government those include the passage of taiwan travel act which encourages high level government exchanges between washington in taipei the us recently authorized contractors to build new submarines for taiwan and appointed as national security adviser john bolton who has publicly.

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China appeals for cooperation as it warns of 'trade war'

Dirt Doctor

01:43 min | 4 years ago

China appeals for cooperation as it warns of 'trade war'

"With passage of that enormous budget bill last week the gop controlled congress has all but wrapped up its legislating for this year ken laura reports it's now up to voters to decide if they want to give republicans another two years at the helm in two big ways republicans have done what they promised they passed a longsought tax overhaul bill that slashes tax rates they also rolled back regulations to boost the economy but there are signs americans wanted more including an infrastructure plan that the president had promised voters tax cuts though we'll have to do for now florida's two us senators would like to slip one more piece of legislation through if they can a national red flag bill senator bill nelson says if a red flag goes up at a person is a danger to themselves or others get the person involved in front of a judge so that the judge can decide are they a risk if they have possession of a gun senator marco rubio says this is isn't just about taking away guns but also to prevent them from buying others that can put people's lives in danger florida pass such a law following the school shooting in parkland florida that killed seventeen students and teachers linda kenyon washington china isn't saying what actions it might take in a trade dispute that's building with the us but beijing is repeating its warning that under a trade war all sides would be hurt harmed speaking today to global business leaders at an economic forum vicepremier han jiang appeal for cooperation to make economic globalization in his words benefit for all francis mourning the death of a courageous policeman who traded places with a hostage taking by a muslim extremists during an attack on a supermarket last week forty four year old gendarme.

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China pushes back, threatens new tariffs on pork and other goods

Morning Edition

02:22 min | 4 years ago

China pushes back, threatens new tariffs on pork and other goods

"And has written many opeds pushing for a tougher line on north korea and iran he's argued that president trump should pull out of the iran nuclear deal calling it president obama's waterloo bolton becomes the third national security advisor in a white house that has seen a lot of turnover in personnel he starts april ninth michelle kellerman npr news washington china has announced tariffs on some us goods retaliating for us tariffs on chinese steel and aluminum imports npr's anthony kuhn reports from beijing china has not yet announced steps to deal with some sixty billion dollars in new us tariffs on other chinese goods that were announced yesterday china's commerce ministry released two lists of us products to be hit with tariffs of twenty five percent and ten percent those are the exact same levels as us tariffs on chinese steel and aluminum exports announced earlier this month the lists cover one hundred twenty eight us products from wine fruit and pork steel pipes and aluminum scrap the commerce ministry says the tariffs will affect around three billion dollars in us exports it adds that the us tariffs levied under the pretense of national security undercut the rules of global trade is set by the world trade organization anthony kuhn npr news beijing meanwhile president trump is giving temporary exemptions from the terrace to european union countries australia argentina brazil south korea mexico and canada the temporary exemption runs out may first traders are spooked over a potential trade war markets in asia dropped by as much as four percent today yesterday on wall street the dow dropped nearly three percent there's been a cyber attack against government computers in the city of atlanta the saboteurs demanded a ransom the attack has effected some internal computer systems in atlanta and the applications that people use to pay bills or find lanta court information you're listening to npr this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake seven oh four thirty six degrees fair skies right now expect partly sunny day with a high near forty six degrees a new york city firefighter is dead after a fire broke out on a harlem movie set late last night fire commissioner daniel niagara told abc new york that thirtysevenyearold michael davidson was among the first to arrive on.

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Man arrested for stealing Frances McDormand's Oscar bragged on social media

24 Hour News

02:06 min | 4 years ago

Man arrested for stealing Frances McDormand's Oscar bragged on social media

"On the verge of a potential trade war ap's meds more report president trump says per hill president trump is embracing the possibility of a trade war after announcing plans to police tariffs on imported steel and aluminum tweeting just yesterday we are on the losing side of almost all trade deal spar friends and enemies serve taken advantage of the us for many years our steel and aluminum industries are dead sorry it's time for a change make america great again he's rejecting allies who want to be exempted from the stiff new tariffs while trump's rhetoric has been focused on china the duties will also cover significant imports from canada mexico south korea japan and the european union matt small washington china's defence budget will rise this year eight point one percent to one point one trillion yuan or one hundred seventy three billion us dollars this comes as the country prepares to launch its second aircraft carrier integrate stealth fighters into its air force and field an array of advanced missiles able to attack air and sea targets at vast distances the figure released in a report monday to the ceremonial national people's congress is an increase in the growth rate from last year when finance ministry officials of the budget was rising seven percent to one trillion yuan years of doubledigit percentage growth have given china the world's second largest defence budget after the us which is in a class of its own with the proposed budget of seven hundred sixteen billion for next year los angeles police say they have arrested a man for stealing frances mcdormand s best actress oscar as ap entertainment correspondent margie's are a letter reports the actress has since been reunited with her trophy a police spokeswoman says 47yearold terry bryant's was arrested for allegedly stealing frances mcdormand oscar during the governor's ball party after the academy awards ceremony bryant is being held on twenty thousand dollars bail on suspicion of felony grand theft police say he had a ticket for the governor's ball big dormann had one for her performance in three billboards outside ebbing missouri i marches are a.

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