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he is a naturalized u-s citizen from afghanistan. saturday's explosion left 29 people injured. all have been released from the hospital. authorities say a backpack of explosives was found at rehami's last- known address, in elizabeth, new jersey. sought in connection with three bombings, he was added to terror watch lists, to help stop him from leaving the (william sweeney, fbi special agent, new york) we have directly linked rahami to devices to new york and from saturday in new jersey the manhunt - an extra wrinkle during a week that already demads the united nations general assembly has brought a number of world leaders and foreign role to play as citizens in making sure that we don't succumb to that fear. and there is no better example of that than the people of new york and new jersey." authorities say at this time, there is no indication that a terror cell is operating in the new york area. in new york, i'm karin caifa. in the wake of the attacks in new york city...security will be tight. not just because of the
this week for the u-n general assembly meeting this week. the police commissioner says there will be an unprecendented show of force...at the u-n and at hot spots around town. there will be barricades and street closures...and multiple officers on every corner. some new yorkers are happy with the tight security. i feel better with all these police here? i feel protected the security in general it just gives sort of a calming influence 135 heads of state and government and over 50 ministers will be at th president obama will be there...along with british prime minister theresa may...making her debut on the world stage. world leaders will be trying to make progress on two issues...the refugee crisis and the syrian conflict. your voice.. your vote in the race for the white house.. and the weekend bombings and stabbings at a minnesota mall are now taking center stage. as abc's stephanie ramos reports.. both presidential nominees are talking about national
york, new jersey and minnesota bring terror center stage for donald trump and hillary clinton. (fox) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "it's a mess." this morning, donald trump is going back to an old mantra .... calling for racial profiling. (fox) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "our local police, they know who a lot of these people are, they are afraid to do anything about it, because they don't want to be f profiling." trump on fox news this morning ....warning of more terror attacks. (fox) sot - donald trump / (r) been letting people in by the thousands ..//just last week obama syria..hillary clinton wants to increase what he's let in." hillary clinton leaving new york this morning... saying terrorists are a challenge but law enforcement is prepared to address. law enforcement is prepared to address. sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "crucial we build up front...police..musli m community...working closely with allies top priority with commander in chief." clinton preaching vigilance and tolerance.
presidential nominee "see something...resolve not fear// not going after an entire religion." stephanie ramos reporting. both clinton and trump are set to meet with egyptian president abdel fattah el-sisi. clinton is also scheduled to meet with japanese prime minister shinzo abe today. between the two candidates is next monday. a neighborhood pleads for justice after chaos erupts at a community event in washington, d.c.. witnesses reported hearing 40 to 50 shots saturday night. according to police two men were killed.. and seven others wounded.. including a boy said to be just eight- years old. neighbors rushed the wounded to a nearby hospital with their own cars. (tiffany curry, lives in the neighborhood) "of course everybody just panicked everybody ran out all over the place kids were being trampled
killed did not live in the neighborhood. they say they got into a fight with two people from the community and that's what lead to the shooting. the suspects are still on the run. police are inverviewing the family of a toddler shot and killed in tampa, florida. officials say officers responded to a 9-1-1 call yesterday afternoon about the injured child at an apartment complex. the toddler died from a gunshot wound while being transported to the hospital vm the chicago police department is poised to make the larg nation. officers say they hope it will provide more accountability and transparency within the department. every officer on patrol in chicago will be issued a body camera by the end of 2018. sot- deputy chief jonathan lewin: "by the end of next year there will be 4000 body cams deployed, the largest such deployment in the country." the chicago police department is currently under a justice department is investigation. it was ordered after video
mcdonald being shot and killed by a chicago officer. the federal government is urging police departments nationwide to use body cameras. president obama has declared this as opiod and heroin epidemics awareness week to raise awareness about the dangers of prescription painkillers and heroin. the federal government says the number of deadly overdoses from opiods has quadrupled in the past 17-years. obama he says opioid abuse touches the lives of millions but victims are often stigmatized.. which prevents them from getting help. if your show doesn't have a dragon or a white bronco in it then go home now." "game of thrones" conquered the emmy kingdom last night.. becoming the most honored prime-time tv series ever on a night of surprises and sharp political jabs. we'll have the highlights from in today's stories.. 'now trending.' plus.. a miracle in the marina.
what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
but harley didn't give up. eddy has since had a full check-up.. and he's fine. people on the internet are having a field day with these two photos. little miss flint...mari copney looks afraid to meeting donald trump...but much more relaxed in the picture with president obama. apparently.. mari's uncle told her if anyone touches trump.. the secret service would tackle th. a lot of commotion that day. mari is the little girl who made headlines after she wrote a letter to the president about flint's water crisis, prompting a visit by the commander and chief. this picture was taken during trump's visit wednesday. in today's 'now trending' stories.. don't be suprised if you hear a few people talking like a pirate. but first..
york and new jersey... an employee from starbucks brought coffee and pastries to first responders yesterday in manhattan. the sweet act has been shared on facebook more than 117-thousand times. once ya shed blood and dole out cruelty, it's hard to stop. ha, it's a pirate's life, my lad!" it's international talk like a pirate day. the occasion began more than 20-years ago by two men called ol' chumbucket and cap'n slappy. getting in it. facebook users have a captain's log instead of a wall.. and.. instead of 'searching'.. they "scour fer scallywags." sunday night's prime-time emmy awards honored the best in television, giving trophies to old favorites and rising young stars... and, as usual, david daniel reports.. the most memorable moments were unscripted. --reporter pkg-as follows-- "there you go.
did was hand a trophy to "transparent" star jeffrey tambor. less than an hour later, it was official: tambor won his second straight emmy for playing a transgender woman. "please give transgender talent a chance. give them auditions. give them their story. [pull up] i would not be unhappy were i the last cisgender male to play a female transgender on television." "julia louis-dreyfus, 'veep.'" history was made as julia louis-dreyfus won her fifth consecutive emmy for the political comedy... a light-hearted apology for helping create "the current political climate," she ended her speech with a heavy-hearted tribute. "i'd like to dedicate this to my father, william louis-dreyfus, who passed away on friday, and i'm so glad that he liked 'veep,' because his opinion was the one that really mattered. thank you." (nat-applause) "'the people v.
o-j simpson," taking best limited series and four other awards... including one for sarah paulson, who gave a stirring defense of the real-life character she played. "the more i learned about the real marcia clark, not the two-dimensional cardboard cut-out i saw on the news, but the complicated, whip-smart, giant- hearted mother of two who woke up every day, put both feet on the floor, and dedicated herself to righting an unconscn loss of two innocents, ron goldman and nicole brown, the more i had to recognize that i, along with the rest of the world, had been superficial and careless in my judgement, and i am glad to be able to stand here today in front of everyone and tell you i'm sorry." (nat-applause) in hollywood, i'm david daniel. to see more treanding headlines along with weather updates and breaking news alerts.. just download the free ktnv mobile app. anchors adlib and toss to bryan
west side of the valley...73 to 77 on the east side. south winds up to 10 mph shifting to the southwest to 30 mph after midnight. .tuesday...mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. mostly in san bernardino and mohave counties. highs 81 to 84 on the west side of the valley...83 to 87 on the east side. southwest winds up to 10 mph increasing to south 10 to 20 mph in the afternoon. in the evening then becoming partly cloudy. lows 67 to 72 on the west side of the valley... 66 to 71 on the east side. south winds 15 to 25 mph. .wednesday...clouds and sun. a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. highs 84 to 88 on the west side of the valley...
danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag. danny tarkanian's out for himself, not us.
it's also an opioid. codeine's effects can vary.. and sometimes in children those effects can be dangerous. although this is rare.. it can slow the respiratory system to the point of stopping breath entirely. more than 800 thousand children receive codeine each year... that's more than any other opioid. thousands of kids across the
in an effort to reduce injuries.. they've eliminated the kickoff. kumasi aaron talked with players.. parents and coaches to see if it's working. --pkg full=-- --take nat:-- --"kylie playing with team"-- when kylie blaise steps on the football field she's thinking about her team"r"!" --take nat:-- --"kylie playing with team"-- "r"!"and the game. -- -- --kylie blaise/player-- --00:08: playing with them and being quarterback.-- not a concussion. --kylie blaise/player-- --00:09:19-21-- --no i just try and do my best to get through them.-- but it's in the back of her mom robin blaise's mind and many other parents watching their kids from the sidelines. --robin blaise (blaze)-- --00:04:16-20-- --with tackle football i mean there's definitely a lot of talk about
that's why she's glad this season, pop warner, the league her daughter plays with, has implemented new rules. --robin blaise (blaze)-- --00:06:45-51-- --it's safer it definitely kind of you know get them away from that running full speed at each other.-- -- -- --take nat:-- --00:24:18-21-- --ka: so have you noticed a big change without the kick off? -- --jz: i have.-- team head coach just get plowed over. 58 and that was causing a significant number of the how this season goes, pop warner could implement the rule in older divisions as well which blaise believes help. --robin blaise (blaze)-- --00:07:17-22-- --ultimately it's going to make high school and whatever they take it to safer.-- creating a new...and safer normal. for the now, i'm kumasi aaron --anchor graphic tag= (this is called votg-pop warner change traumatic brain injury every year. but a recent study published in higher. saying it's possibly between 1- today's top stories and a final check of your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. 8:00 dancing with the stars 10:00 match game 11:00 13
and it's not a scam! but she may not actually win the money. contact 13 investigates the false claim that got her hopes up. that and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. a valley pastor attacked and nearly killed right outside his home... tonight, why he believes the complete stranger targeted him and wha the suspect's history. tonight...increasing clouds...lows 72 to 75 on the west side of the valley...73 to that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy
>> announcer: young parents can't keep the peace. >> she had called the police. we had gotten into an argument. >> so i told him to get out of the room. >> judge judy: why didn't you leave the room? >> announcer: then, mom tried to take control. >> judge judy: that's not why we call 911 and have them respond to your house. >> because i'm in fear of my life and that he's gonna take my child away from me? >> judge judy: that child is both of yours. >> even though i have sole legal custody of her? >> judge judy: no, you don't. you put yourself in the position of being a victim.
you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution 20-year-old renee leblanc is suing the father of her child, 23-year-old andrew tremblay, for his share of a loan to move into an apartment. >> byrd: order! all rise! yo 24 on the calendar in the matter eblanc vs. tremblay. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. folks, have a seat. >> judge judy: miss leblanc, the defendant was your boyfriend. you have a child together. and it is your claim that he owes you for half of a loan that you individually took out. >> correct. >> judge judy: and that was to move into an apartment that you jointly leased. >> correct. >> judge judy: and mr. tremblay says that he had every intention of paying you back his half because you had an agreement that i assume you would share expenses in the apartment.