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reporter mike sacks is looking at what directions trump could go now. when donald trump first hit the campaign trail last year, he promised to deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants in the united states. but now that he's very publicly reconsidering, he could go in three directions. he could continue along his path, as his spokeswoman suggested this morning: sot katrina: he hasn't changed his position on immigration, he's changed the words he is saying. but the words trump is saying do, well picking a new way forward. sot trump: there's no amnesty as such, but we'll work with them. "r"!" to take a person that's been here 15-20 years and throw them and their family out, it's so tough, mr. trump. if trump defines amnesty as a pathway to citizenship, then he could be leaving open a path to some sort of legal status. problem is, that was jeb bush's and marco rubio's position and trump condemned them as supporting amnesty. that leaves the pathway to legal limbo. no citizenship, no greencard, but you're not likely to be
record. and that is exactly the path undocumented immigrants have been on under president obama as immigration reform went nowhere in congress, and a deadlocked supreme court help block the relief obama offered -- relief that hillary clinton has promised to deliver. mike on cam: "so while voters wait for trump to pick his path, limbo is nothing new for those who would be most affected by the choice. for the now, i'm mike sacks." right now...police are trying attack ... at the american university of afghanistan...in kabul. at least 13 people are now confirmed dead...another 36 hurt. police say...the gunmen started shooting...and detonating explosives! police killed two of the suspects. a third blew himself up with a car bomb. no one has claimed responsibility for this attack. the state department said today... no americans were killed. human rights observers are accusing the syrian government of killing 11 children and 4
they say the warplanes dropped so-called barrel bombs on a rebel- held neighborhood in the city of aleppo. the u-n recently outlawed the use of such weapons. iraqi forces have retaken a key town...south of mosul....from isis! the troops are expected to use the town...as a launching point....for attacks against the militants in mosul. isis has had mosul under its control for the last two years. troops expect to have the city liberated by the end of the year. a county sheriff in rural assault charges. prosecutors say tom hanna had sex with an inmate after taking the woman to his house in his personal vehicle and offering her 60-dollars. the charges include sexual assault on an at-risk adult because the alleged victim is reportedly developmentally disabled. hanna maintains he's innocent and says he never touched the woman. 9 staff members are recovering after they were attacked by inmates at a correctional center in lincoln, nebraska.
lights. it's the latest incident at the facility.. including 3 other cases in the past month involving inmates attacking guards. surveillance images capture a large explosion inside a newspaperbox for an l-g-b-t paper! the blast could be heard a mile away. police are now looking for this group of 7...calling the attack....a hate crime! the owner of the rainbow times says.... they've been targeted by several vandals in the past few months. but he says...this latest attack only gives him more we're now learning that the survivors of the pulse nightclub shooting in orlando will not have to pay for out- of-pocket medical expenses. instead.. the orlando health and florida hospital has decided to write off the cost.. estimated at about 5.5 million dollars. the hospital says it will bill health insurers for insured patients and cover the rest. 49 people were killed in the massacre in june.. including the gunman.
stepping-up its aerial spraying against mosquitoes carrying the zika virus. but there are now concerns the pesticides being used could be hazardous some experts believe the chemical being sprayed could also be harmful to unborn babies.. and say "naled" has already been banned in many european nations. (dr. barry ryan, rollins school of public health, emory univ.) "it's essentially a neurotoxin and can result in unborn children in particular having particular neurodevelopment problems." several studies have shown that when pregnant women are exposed their babies are more likely to have behavior problems. the c-d-c and the environmental protection agency say the pesticide is safe.. and remains the best option for killing zika-carrying mosquitos. and back in the valley... new information on a woman who was shot....while walking home from the store. police think....the woman was just in the wrong place at the wrong time! two men started fighting near pennwood and arville... and she was caught in the crossfire! the woman is in the hospital...
a bicyclist is in critical condition and a motorist is under arrest after the two collided early this morning. 13 action news reporter marti glaser has more on how some good samaritans tracked down the driver. uber's latest offering is almost too good to be true almost too good to be true up next.. details on when you might start seeing rides around the valley for 1- dollar. one olympian's sudden and bizarre fall from grace....may be on the rebound! when you could see the swimming star back on t-v...competing again. ((bryan)) here's a live look at our
best for her country and her team, and admits she hasn't always said the right things. fellow disgraced olympian ryan lockd- tee...could be returning to t-v! the swimmer is reportedly in talks to take part in season 23 of "dancing with the stars." the 32-year-old is still reeling from his quote "over-exaggerated" story of him and other swimmers getting robbed at gunpoint while in rio! lockd-tee....lost a number of endorsement deals because of that. the entire cast of the upcoming season will be announced on good mor now for a look at the top stories now trending. one of the biggeste astronomical discoveries of the century... and your chance to tour prince's estate! but first.. what goes up must come down. nats of dominoes falling. some ambitious domino artists learned this the hard way. they were building the world's largest domino tower..
music legend prince's home....paisley park...will soon open to the public! fans of the late rock legend can start buying tickets online tomorrow....for tours that begin on october third. no word yet of the price. the 65-thousand square foot estate is where the superstar recorded, produced, and mixed most of his biggest hits! and.. astronomers say they've foun planet in a neighboring solar system that's in the sweet spot in relation to its sun.. that makes it possible to sustain liquid water.. and therefore.. sustain life. in fact.. itf the most important astronomical discoveries of the century. getting there to find out for sure could be problematic. proxima-b is 25-trillion miles from earth.. so getting there would take 4.2 years.. traveling at the speed of light. for more stories trending right
join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv. use the hash-tag nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan mainly sunny skies will be common along with highs featured around normal values for this time of year. expect around 100 degrees valley wide with a bit of a breeze coming out of the south at 10-15 mph. we will watch the skies friday afternoon for a few clouds and a slight chance of valley rain. right now las vegas sits at a 10 percent chance of rain friday with a better chance into the weekend. saturday we will see around a 20 percent chance of rain in the las vegas
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that could save you some serious cash. "uber plus" will roll out in 6 cities next month. it allows customers to pay a monthly fee for cheaper rides. depending on the city.."uber plus" rates go for 30 to 50 dollars a month with rides costing as little as 1- dollar. no o will be available here in nevada. amazon is stepping up its grocery game. it's now planning to open drive-up hubs where customers can pick up grocery orders placed online. amazon will still deliver groceries.. but the "click and collect" approach eliminates the need to deliver perishable items. a big honor is ahead for henderson olympic gold medalist connor fields. next tuesday.. he'll receive the key to the city and have a day proclaimed
whitney mesa bmx track. fields won the gold medal in men's bmx in rio. he plans to take a month off before training again for next year's world championships. in today's healthy living.. social media reveals a lot about our personal lives. find out how a selfie can be used to determine signs of depression better than a doctor. and remember....you can watch 13 action news anytime.. anywhere. we're streaming our newscasts at ktnv.com.... so you can stay info computer .. smartphone..
but some filters can actually signal the opposite. researchers from harvard and the university of vermont found that instagram photos can be analyzed to screen users for depression. the photos' filters and traits --like brightness and color-- identify those who suffer from the illness better than a typical physician. the study found that valencia, a filter that lightens photos, is most popular with users who were not depressed. while inkwell, which converts images to black and white, was used by clinically- depressed consumers. the discover obtrusive....and could be lucrative, but michael thase, the director of the mood and anxiety program at university of pennsylvania, says companies would hopefully only use them to assist patients - and not target depressed people simply to make a buck. a user could ask for screening feedback by giving consent to having their photos scanned. the computer system would analyze the user's profile by looking at the hue, vividness, and filter applied to photos. once the results showed the user as depressed or not, the
automatically receive the results. for health minute, i'm andy rose. for the first time ever.. america's top doctor is reaching out to every physician in the united states. the u-s surgeon general is sending a letter to doctors with a warning about the opioid epidemic. more than 165-thousand people have died from overdoses related to prescription pain medication in the past 25 years. doctors are being urged to try physical therapy or non-addictive medications still ahead...a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. at 8 -- battle bots at 9 -- 100-thousand dollar pyramid at 10 -- match game at 11 -- 13 action news here's a live look at our studios right now. we have partnered with the people's autism foundation to help them raise money to replace the school supplies
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>> announcer: it worked for one roommate... >> judge judy: after she signed the lease, you moved in your girlfriend. >> i did. >> announcer: ...but... >> my boyfriend would be coming home from afghanistan. i was giving him a place to stay. >> announcer: ...it didn't work both ways. >> she wanted to move a married military service member into my apartment. >> judge judy: i don't think -- who made you the moral police? are you and your girlfriend married? >> no. >> judge judy: no. you know that there are some people that think that's disgusting. not me. i'm -- i'm liberated.
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 24-year-old brandon parks is suing his former roommate, 21-year-old hillary smith, for breaking their lease. hillary claims brandon told her to move out. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 541 on the calendar in the matter of parks vs. smith. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. ladies, have a seat. >> judge judy: mr. parks, i just read your complaint, and this is what i understand -- you had an apartment. you needed a roommate. your roommate had left? >> correct. >> judge judy: and the defendant came, saw the room, liked the situation, and signed on to be your roommate. >> in a joint lease. correct. >> judge judy: do you have a