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organization and the democratic national committee the latter of which was exposed by wikileaks led to the resignation of dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz clinton says: "the fact that our intelligence professionals are now studying this and taking it seriously raises some, grave questions about potential russian interference with our electoral process." in an interview, russian president vladimir putin rejected suggestions that the kremlin had any rooting interest in the outcome of the us election this and shouldn't be blamed for any cyber incursions... putin says: "this is very difficult to verify, if not completely impossible to verify. at a state level we are definitely (back to put) not involved in this.'' a senior u.s. intelligence official has told the washington post russia's activity is something we're looking very closely at and while no definitive proof of tampering has been found "even the hint of something impacting
significant concern." obama says: "our goal is not to suddenly in the cyber arena duplicate a cycle of escalation that we saw when it comes to other arms races in the past. we're joined right now by scott schober - an expert in cyber- security and wireless tecnology. scott - how worried should americans be about hackers - so close to the election? closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning
to life - is getting its first visitor in billions of years. asteroid "bennu" - a black roundish rock taller than the empire state building - is the intended target of a nasa spacecraft set to blast off tomorrow night. not only will the robotic probe fly to the ancient scout it out for two years before scooping up some gravel and dust to be brought back to earth. all told - the mission will take seven years to complete. a lawmaker walks into the u-s capitol... with a jar of mosquitos. the same kind - that carry the zika virus. is it a political stunt - or a call to action? and - a california police chase - ends in dramatic fashion - in flames! your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is
hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since
eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while
police chases are more common in california than they should be. but this one... came to a fiery conclusion. take a look - as police chase the suspect - who's seen driving erratically through the streets of los angeles. at one point - he drives his car straight into a light pole... dragging the pole... as the car catches fire! the driver then jumps out of the car - and lays face down on the pavement - before finally being taken into custody. no word yet - on how the chase got started. congress came back this week from a summer recess - and the battle over how to fund the fight against the zika virus has continued. yesterday - senate democrats blocked a one- point-one billion dollar funding bill with some controversial amendments. today - dianne gallagher reports on how lawmakers from
for action. as the fight against the rise of zika continues, from the air and on the ground in florida, on this vote, the yays are 52, the nays are 46. a different kind of battle drags on on capitol hill over funding to combat the zika virus. (rep. frederica wilson, (d) florida) speaker ryan please bring a clean bill to the floor. the people of america are depending on you. unborn children of america are depending on you. democrats crying foul over provisions in the $1 bill, stripping a ban on confederate flags in military cemeteries and blocking planned parenthood funding. (rep. debbie wasserman schultz, (d) florida) republicans continue to play politics with this crisis. but house speaker paul ryan, (rep. paul ryan, (r) speaker of the house) give me a break on this thing. objects to the criticism. (rep. paul ryan, (r) speaker of the house) the house did its job and the senate has been blatantly political with zika funding. we will figure out a way to get this
done our job over and over again and i think they should drop these partisan filibusters. but not all members of his party agree. (rep. david jolly, (r) florida) the politics of zika have gone on for far too long. florida republican david jolly, bringing a container of 100 aedis egypti mosquitoes to the house floor (rep. david jolly, (r) florida) can you imagine the fear and anxiety in this chamber if these hundred mosquitoes were outside this jar, not inside this jar? members of congress would run down the hall to get tested. they would spray themselves before coming in here. this is the fear of floridians right here!! house republicans are meeting friday and say they believe they can get this funding through by the end of the month. in washington, i'm dianne gallagher the zika virus can cause defects for newborns if a mother is infected with the virus. today - senator harry reid discussed how zika can cause eye problems - and even blindness - in some patients. a san diego neighborhood is being sprayed for mosquitos - after a person tests positive for zika. now - some new questions are being raised about it. the workers used the pesticide "pyrenone 25-5".
and poses a low risk to people and pets. but some critics say people in the neighborhood weren't given sufficient notice... and the chemical being used has been known to cause cancer and other health side effects. "anyone can go to home depot and buy these pesticides and spray their own yard, that's their choice but to do blanket spraying across people's homes when they're on vacation, when they're out of town, when they're not home, when they're at work, its simply not fair and not right." some residents had no issues with the treatment - while others put up signs - asking county workers to stay away. japan's new beauty queen is playing defense - answering questions about her background. 22 year old priyanka yoshikawa is the reigning "miss world japan 2016" - after being crowned monday. she is half japanese and half indian - an issue that has sparked debate - because some say she does not look "japanese" enough despite the critics
she is proud of her heritage "i've been called "half" my whole life in japan, but i think that for me, i do like to be called half, because i am half, that's how it works here. but i never really thought that 'half' was a negative thing for me, i love to be (half), it's me, so i'm grateful that i am." yoshikawa - will be in the united states this december - to compete in the "m pageant - in washington d-c. she also happens to be an elephant trainer. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty we stay near 100 for the end of the week and the weekend with some changes into next week. highs look to be at 99 thursday, then a mix of 100 and 101 for friday through sunday. southwest gusts to 25-35 mph will be with us on
part will be the cool down once we get to monday with 95, then low 90s for tuesday and wednesday. we stay near 100 for the end of the week and the weekend with some changes into next week. highs look to be at 99 thursday, then a mix of 100 and 101 for friday through sunday. southwest gusts to 25-35 mph will be with us on sunday through wednesday. the best part will be the cool down once we get to monday with 95, then low 90s for tuesday and wednesday. closed captioning will resume shortly we stay near 100 for the end of the week and the weekend with some changes into next week. highs look to be at 99 thursday, then a mix of 100 and 101 for friday through sunday. southwest gusts to 25-35 mph will be with us on
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new' stories we are working for fox5 news at six. after nearly 15 years... the nine-eleven flag in an iconic photo has been found... just before the nine-eleven anniversary. where it ended up... donald trump faces legal action... from a children's dance group. what they're accusing the trump campaign of... the big-screen tributes to the late great gene wilder continue. 20th century fox and fathom events are teaming up for
frankenstein". "that's frun-ken- steen." the classic comedy will screen october fifth at more than 500 theaters... with a live intro by director mel brooks - who co- wrote the film with wilder. here in las vegas - you can catch the presentation at village square - santa fe station - sam's town - south pointe - the cannery - and colonnade on eastern. movie theaters around the country paid tribute to gene wilder last weekend - with showings of "blazing saddles" - and "willy wonka and the chocolate factory". thanks for joining us.. fox5 news at 6
danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by 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.
doctor urges people to see warning signs after murder- suicide live from las vegas fox5 news at 6 starts now. closed captioning will resume shortly a family mourns a couple -- killed in a murder-suicide in anthem. what we know about the husband and wife... masked robbers target several businesses in the southwest part of the valley this morning... and now they're still on the run. but first we start fox five news at six with breaking news. a man's body has been found in a neighborhood. i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck. police say the man's death is suspicious. officers responded around 2-30 p-m to a neighborhood near bonanza and pecos. police say a man was found unresponsive. homicide detectives are at the scene right