Hong Kong police shoots protester hilaryl 2019-11-111K views Shocking footage shows the moment a police officer shoots a protester in Hong Kong on Nov. 11. A protester is seen lying in a pool of blood with his eyes wide open.
Zooming In: Decoupling the US Capital Market from China, Now or Never? hilaryl 2019-11-0329 views Welcome to Zooming In, I am Simone Gao. If you ask any American whether hundreds of billions of U.S. tax dollars–including federal employee pension funds–should go into Chinese companies that pose national security threats to the U.S., are human rights abusers and engage in fraudulent practices, they would say no, of course not. But that’s exactly what has been going on for years. And the appalling fact is that it is very hard to stop that practice because Wall Street is making tons of money from it; everyone else is doing it, there seems to be no other viable alternatives, and it might be too late to decouple now. But is it really too late? What’s the true face of these investments? Can they bring financial securities to Americans, or will they make the country more vulnerable? Is now the last chance to change it? We will explore these questions in this episode of Zooming In.
Police were "being overwhelmed by the crowd where the shooting happened" on Halloween night, they told CNN affiliate KPIX.
The Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office announced the casualties in a tweet on Friday, Nov. 1. It said it is working with the police department in the city of Orinda, where the shooting took place. Neither department has released further details.
NJ plane crash hilaryl 2019-10-2974 views A small plane crashed and exploded in a residential neighborhood in the New Jersey suburbs of New York City Tuesday morning, setting two houses on fire and leaving the pilot unaccounted for.
White smoke still rose in the afternoon from the house in the Colonia section of Woodbridge Township where a twin-engine Cessna 414 went down at 11 a.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration said.
No one was in that home, but flames spread to another house, where a woman escaped injury, Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac said. He does not believe anyone on the ground was injured.
This according to "El chapo's" lawyer, jeffrey lichtman.
The incident was a clash between federal troops and cartel members who were reportedly attempting to rescue two of el chapo's sons from the hands of the law.
Cnn affiliate adn40 was at the scene -- telling cnn armored vehicles with military-grade machinery exchanged heavy artillery against federal troops.
Mexican president andres manuel lopez obrador told reporters thursday night at mexico city airport that the security cabinet was in a meeting and would brief the country on the situation at a later time.
"I mean it's senseless. My daughter… had her whole life in front of her," father Marquis Jefferson told CBS News.
Atatiana was shot by a police officer who went to do a welfare check after a neighbor spotted the woman's front door was open late at night.
Fort Worth Police Department arrived at the woman's home at 2:25 a.m. and one officer opened fire after seeing a figure at the window, which he perceived as a threat, Fort Worth police said in a statement.
In the released bodycam video, the officer can be seen holding a flashlight and searching outside of the home. He sees something inside the house through a window, shouts "Put your hands up, show me your hands!" and immediately opens fire.
"What the officer observed and why he did not announce police will be addressed as the investigation continues," Fort Worth Police Lt. Brandon O'Neil said.
LAPD officers responded to a call of domestic violence in the 13000 block of Ottoman Street near Bartee Ave in the Arleta-Pacoima neighborhood at about 4:35 p.m. Officers engaged with a man, identified as Carlos Torres Jr. on the front porch of the house.
Suddenly, Torres pulled a gun, spurring a shootout. He retreated into a house and then ran out of the house and across the street.
homeless subway singer goes viral hilaryl 2019-10-076K views The subway singer whose voice echoed throughout Los Angeles after a video of an impromptu performance on a Koreatown train platform shared by Los Angeles police went viral last week took the stage for a brief concert during Saturday's Historic Little Italy Sign Unveiling & Festa in downtown San Pedro.
Emily Zamourka serenaded the crowd just after 5:30 p.m. during the festivities, centered at 230 W. 6th Street.
The event, hosted by Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino, features authentic Italian food, a beer and wine garden, Bocce ball, live entertainment and more to celebrate the designation of Little Italy in downtown San Pedro, as well as the unveiling of the Little Italy sign.
"Peters: We were standing in line waiting to get in. And there was like a ball of flame that came up. And, we thought that it was maybe part of the show. But, then there was another one and my friend grabbed my hand and we just started running. And then there was a thrid one. So, we just thought the whole place was going to be on fire."
"I find, once again, the president inviting another country to interfere in our presidential election repugnant and a fundamental breach of his oath of office. It endangers the security of our elections, and it's a betrayal of the idea that Americans should decide who leads America, not foreign parties seeking to intervene in our affairs," U.S. House intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said.
Trump's efforts to have Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy launch an investigation into Joe Biden and his son Hunter were cataloged in a July 25 telephone call released by the White House, and a whistleblower complaint that alleged Trump withheld U.S. aid to pressure Kiev's leader to comply.
Earlier on Thursday (October 3), as Trump left the White House for a visit to Florida, he also said he believed China should launch a probe of the Bidens, alluding to unproven allegations he and his lawyer have made about Hunter Biden's business dealings in China.
He spoke to CNN international correspondent Matthew Chance on Oct. 2.
Matthew chance, cnn international correspondent: "Did you fire your prosecutor general because he was investigating burisma and biden?"
Petro poroshenko, former ukrainian president: "Excuse me, we definitely did not want to be involved in the political process inside the united states. This is point number one."
Matthew chance: "But you are involved?"
Petro poroshenko: "Point number two, all prosecutor generals should be completely independent from the president of ukraine and under the ukrainian constitution the president has no right to fire the prosecutor general."
Matthew chance: "Did vice president biden tell you his son had business interests in that gas company?"
Petro poroshenko: "We never, ever spoke about any commercial company or any persons neither with vice president biden nor with president obama nor with president trump."
Matthew chance: "Did you send your prosecutor general to meet with giuliani?"
Petro poroshenko: "I knew nothing about it. I absolutely confirm: we never with any american officials spoke about any commercial company except we spoke about the support of american investment with general electric, support of the american investment housing companies, support the pennsylvania coal company, support any other big, reliable american investment. We never, ever spoke about commercial activity but we spoke about the form of the prosecutor general office, created condition for the independence of that and now, unfortunately, by the law adopted now by parliament, the independence of the prosecutor's office was completely ruined. And with this situation, we see the results during the negotiation."
Matthew chance: "Did you know your prosecutor general was meeting giuliani?"
Petro poroshenko: "No, I never had any information about that."
Pool reporter: "Have you ever met with rudy giuliani yourself?"
Petro poroshenko: "Yes, I met with him the year 2001 as the mayor of new york and the year 2017, immediately after the election, we talked about political support, we talked about investment and we don't talk about any other things."
Taiwan bridge collapse caught on camera hilaryl 2019-10-0116K views At least twelve people were injured in a bridge collapse that was caught on camera in northeast Taiwan Tuesday, according to the The Yilan County Fire Bureau. Nine of those injured are foreign workers-six Filipino and three Indonesian. A Taiwanese oil tanker truck driver and two Taiwanese sea patrol team members were also injured. Rescue efforts are still underway to find an additional six foreign workers.
Video posted online shows the Nanfangao Bridge falling into the water in Yilan County Tuesday morning. The bridge collapsed at 9.30am local, hitting three fisher boats and one oil tank truck is on fire during the collapse. The collapse will affect the local economy as fishermen daily operation will be affected. They are still investigating on the cause of collapse, Yilan Suao Township office representatives tell CNN.
The cause of the collapse is still under investigation.
They were recorded years ago... By fighter pilots.
Then in 2017 they were made public by the new york times.
And to make this even more out of this world ... They were also released by the ufo research group founded by former blink-182 singer and guitarist tom delonge.
The same guy who wrote their song "Aliens exist."
Well... We can't say that for sure.
More now from cnn's randi kaye.
--reporter pkg-as follows--
Look at that thing! It's rotating!
Images of that 'rotating thing' captured by us navy aircraft... Sensors locking in on the target. Commander david fravor saw it firsthand during a training mission, describing it like a "40-foot long tic tac" manevering rapidly and changing direction.
(commander david fravor/u.S. Navy pilot (ret.)
As we both looked out the right side of our airplane we saw a disturbance in the water and a white object oblong pointing north moving
The object was first sighted in 2004..Then similar objects again in 2015. Footage of the sightings -- declassifiied by the military- weren't made public until december 2017 by the new york times and a group that researches ufos
"My gosh! Look on the s.A. They're all going against the wind. The wind is 120 knots to the west
"Look at that thing, dude!"
(commander david fravor/u.S. Navy pilot (ret.) this was extremely abrupt like a ping pong ball bouncing off the wall. // the ability to hover over the water and go from 0 to 12,000 feet and accelerate in less than two seconds was something I have never seen in my life.
(randi kaye/cnn) the navy says it still doesn't know what the objects are, and officials aren't speculating. A navy spokesman simply confirming to cnn the objects seen in the various clips are "Unidentified aerial phenomena" or uaps.
The ufo reports were first investigated by a secret 22 million dollar program- part of the defense department budget - that investigated reports of ufos.
The program has since been shut down, but it was run by a military intelligence official who told cnn they found compelling evidence that we quote "May not be alone."
Cars submerged as floods wreak havoc in southeastern Spain hilaryl 2019-09-13936 views Floods wreaked havoc and caused severe damage across various locations in southeastern Spain on Friday (September 13), after a heavy spell of wind and torrential rain lashed the region, claiming two more victims and taking the total death toll to four.
In the city of Orihuela in the province of Alicante, the overflowing of the River Segura caused difficulties for those leaving or entering the region, according to local police.
One man died in the Andalucian city of Almeria after trying to cross a tunnel by car, mayor Ramon Fernandez Pacheco said, whilst another person died in Granada after being trapped in their vehicle. Two siblings also died on Thursday (September 12) in the region of Castilla La Mancha, when torrential rain dragged their car.
The mayor of Castello de la Ribera, Oscar Noguera, said he was worried about the effect the floods would have on agricultural land and that an estimation would be carried out once the floods had subsided and some time had passed.
Heavy rainfall in the regions of Valencia and Murcia swept away cars and debris and forced the evacuation of hundreds of people, including from flooded highways.
Two airports, local train networks and dozens of roads were closed, and tourists were also left stranded in Alicante airport.
Bahamas minister for agriculture Michael Pintard shows flooding affecting his house in Grand Bahama during passage of Hurricane Dorian.
In the video, he could be heard saying: "That's water hitting my front window which is extremely high. Of course I'm already completely flooded out. That's my kitchen window that water is hitting and that has to be a minimum of about 20ft above the ground. This is water by my back door that came from the canal that height has to be 20-25 ft above sea level. This is what I'm facing at the moment. I have neighbors who are in a far worse position than me and my family. That's my bedroom water hitting there."
- Interior shots of house of House Rep. Vernon Jones.
Democratic member of the Florida House of Representatives Shevrin Jones posted a video sent to him by his family in the Bahamas which shows Hurricane Dorian battering the windows and the door of their two-storey house. He said his family is doing well but suffered a lot of damage. "Praying for my family and others in the Bahamas," he said in another tweet.
An explosion of "high intensity" was recorded at 1017 GMT, the National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology (INGV) said.
No casualties or damage were reported, but residents and tourists were scared regardless.
"I had so much fear, I had a panic crisis", Francesca said. "I spent three hours in a church with my children because rocks were falling. It was a tragedy. It was all black...my house is covered with ash."
Firefighters used four Canadair aircrafts to put out fires caused by the unexpected eruption, Italian media reported.
"We saw a big explosion, a big eruption and we heard a very loud roar. A lot of smoke came out immediately and we saw the lava flowing, it was really impressive", French tourist Jean-Francois Avril said.
Tourists often climb to the 924-metre (3,000-foot) summit of the volcano and peer into its crater.
According to the geology.com website, Stromboli is one of the most active volcanoes on the planet and has been erupting almost continuously since 1932.
The Stromboli volcano, located in southern Italy off the Sicilian coast, erupted in July releasing hot trapped magma in a powerful explosion, killing one person and enveloping the popular tourist destination in ash.
Attorney General Bill Barr plays bagpipe hilaryl 2019-06-260 views U.S. Attorney General William Barr, displaying a little-known talent, played "Scotland the Brave" on his bagpipes on Wednesday, joining in with the New York City Police Department's famed Pipes and Drums of the Emerald Society.
The performance by the band, set up by U.S. attorneys in Maryland and Virginia as a surprise for Barr, occurred at a Justice Department conference in Washington.
Barr, named attorney general by President Donald Trump and confirmed by the Senate in February, is a competitive bagpiper.
Barr said afterward that when he learned of the pipe band's appearance, despite the attorneys' efforts to keep it under wraps, he decided to do them one better and join in.
“I’m very proficient at, dare I say the word, spying," he said, in a joking reference to comments he made earlier this year at a U.S. Senate hearing when he testified that intelligence agencies spied on Trump's 2016 campaign.
Google Pushing Political Agenda Into Products to Prevent Trump Reelection, Insiders, Documents Say hilaryl 2019-06-2582 views The company has cloaked its political agenda in the veneer of “fairness,” but in reality, it means promoting the company’s political worldview at the expense of others’. It also is raising voices of those aligned with its worldview at the expense of those that oppose it, or that just aren’t aligned with it enough, according to internal documents obtained and employees speaking out or being caught on hidden camera by Project Veritas.
Hong Kong police violently beat and arrest man on the street.
Tens of thousands had gathered peacefully outside the Hong Kong’s legislature in protest of a controversial extradition bill that would allow mainland China to seek extradition of suspects wanted by the Chinese regime.
Local police used pepper spray, tear gas, rubber bullets, and bean bags in an attempt to remove protestors from the streets.
But to reach the higher realm of traditional Chinese martial arts, it will be hard to succeed if one puts his effort simply on physical strength, fancy techniques, and a mindset of beating people down. kung fu master Youfu Li said one must instead cultivate his martial virtue.
As abstract and mysterious as it may sound, martial virtue involves simple principles. In Li’s words, “Martial virtue (“Wu-De”) is to stop the evil and promote the kind. It is actually to be a good person.” Traditional Chinese martial arts is never about aggression, but to defend the vulnerable and the kind.
Li is the chairman jurist of the 2019 NTD International Chinese Martial Arts Competition, a platform aimed at preserving and presenting traditional kung fu since 2008.
During the competition’s recent European Regional Preliminary in Dresden, Germany, Li talked with NTD Television about the martial arts values that the competition is trying to bring back.