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Gillibrand calls Trump's tweet a 'sexist smear'1m02s

Gillibrand calls Trump's tweet a 'sexist smear'

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand fired back at President Donald Trump on Tuesday and said she would not be silenced after he attacked her on Twitter for calling for an investigation into accusations of sexual harassment and misconduct against him. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

PepsiCo preorders 100 Tesla Semis1m14s

PepsiCo preorders 100 Tesla Semis

PepsiCo has reserved 100 of Tesla's new electric Semi trucks, the largest-known order of the big rig, as the maker of Mountain Dew soda and Doritos chips seeks to reduce fuel costs and fleet emissions. Fred Katayama reports.

The Fed expected to hike rates55s

The Fed expected to hike rates

The U.S. Federal Reserve is widely expected to raise benchmark interest rates by 25 basis points at the end of Federal Open Market Committee's two-day meeting on Wednesday. Fred Katayama reports.

Times Square bomb suspect charged1m23s

Times Square bomb suspect charged

U.S. prosecutors on Tuesday brought federal charges against a Bangladeshi man, accusing him of using a weapon of mass destruction in Monday's bombing of a Manhattan commuter hub. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Austria gas explosion spells problems for Europe1m10s

Austria gas explosion spells problems for Europe

An explosion and fire that ripped through Austria's main gas pipeline hub on Tuesday that killed one person and injured several others, has prompted Italy to declare a state of emergency as flows from the strategic site were cut off - and is likely to cause problems across Europe. Michelle Hennessey reports

Investors key as climate summit seeks new direction1m52s

Investors key as climate summit seeks new direction

More than 200 institutional investors with $26 trillion in assets under management said on Tuesday they would step up pressure on the world's biggest corporate greenhouse gas emitters to combat climate change. As David Pollard reports, two years to the day since the Paris Climate Accord, it's one way in which campaigners for action on climate change are seeking a new direction at a summit in the French capital.

U.S. cautious on electric buses1m20s

U.S. cautious on electric buses

Transit agencies are skeptical about battery electric buses, saying they wan the technology to improve before they'll commit to buying more of them. Nichola Groom reports.

Moore saddles up to cast vote1m20s

Moore saddles up to cast vote

Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore arrived on horseback to cast his vote in the Alabama race for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Republican Jeff Sessions. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Gas explosion in Austria causes wider problems for Europe1m10s

Gas explosion in Austria causes wider problems for Europe

An explosion and fire that ripped through Austria's main gas pipeline hub has killed one person and injured at least 18 others, prompting Italy to declare a state of emergency as flows from the strategic site were cut off. As Michelle Hennessy reports, news of the blast at the Baumgarten site, near Slovakia, sent gas prices in Europe soaring on fears it would restrict supply as winter sets in.

NYC terror suspect charged, wife questioned1m38s

NYC terror suspect charged, wife questioned

New York officials on Tuesday said they charged a Bangladeshi man with terrorism, accusing him of setting off a pipe bomb a day earlier in a crowded Manhattan commuter hub, as investigators in his home country questioned his wife. Lisa Bernhard reports.

Doug Jones casts vote in Alabama special election1m25s

Doug Jones casts vote in Alabama special election

Democratic candidate Doug Jones tells supporters he's confident of victory over embattled Republican opponent Roy Moore, as he casts his ballot in Alabama's special election for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Republican Jeff Sessions. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Politics weakens German investor morale1m33s

Politics weakens German investor morale

The mood among German investors worsened more than expected in December, reflecting uncertainty over the policies of a government yet to be formed, Britain's expected exit from the EU and reforms in the bloc. Sonia Legg reports.

Britain's May hails new optimism over Brexit2m00s

Britain's May hails new optimism over Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May hailed "a new sense of optimism" in Brexit talks on Monday, telling parliament Britain and the European Union should sign off on a deal at a summit this week. Julian Satterthwaite reports

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Published: December 11, 2017Updated: December 12, 2017