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speculation continues to grow about president-elect donald trump's cabinet picks trump says he is strongly considering a cabinet position for doctor ben carson -- and is said to be weighing his campaign pledge to go after hillary clinton. all this as he sits down with the new york times -- a meeting he initially cancelled on twitter. abc's lana zak has the latest. dr. ben carson, who last week said he didn't want to be considered for a cabinet position, now appears to be back in meeting at trump tower, the president elect tweeted: "i am seriously considering dr. ben carson as the head of hud" nats another visitor to trump towers, rudy guiliani, declined to weigh in on his desire to be a part of the administration rudy giuliani i'm not gonna discuss what i'm interested in, nor what the president- elect is thinking or mulling over. but he did weigh in on reports that the president-elect may be backing down from his pledge to call for a criminal investigation into hillary clinton.
in american politics that after you win an election you put it behind you. i'd also be supportive of continuing the investigation. the president does not have the power to decide who is under criminal investigation--that's one of the many topics mr. trump discussed with the new york times during his sit-down interview. the president elect reportedly saying "it's not something that [he] feels very strongly about." the times live-tweeted their meeting with the president elect--among the other topics that were discussed: climate change, which mr. trump says is connecte humans, and the alt-right, which he is said to have disavowed. lana tag on a related note--in an irs filing, the trump charitable foundation admitted it violated a prohibition against using foundation money in a practice known as self- dealing...it is not yet clear how the irs will respond to that disclosure. lana zak, abcn, washington. a texas judge under fire for telling new citizens -- that if they don't like president-elect trump -- they can move to another country. sot: federal judge john primomo
you did not vote for him, if you are a citizen of the united states, he is your president, and he will be your president and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country." this all taking place during a ceremony to welcome new citizens into the country in san antonio. he also went after n-f-l players who take a knee during the national ant the treatment of african-americans here in the u-s. "i detest that because you can protest things that happen in this country. you have every right to protest the things that you're protesting. but you don't do that by offending national symbols, like the national anthem and the flag of the united states." the judge says he just feels it's important to get behind the government and begin the healing process in this
stopped a possible terror attack on the macy's thanksgiving day parade. 37-year-old rafik naji was was arrested -- accused of attempting to support isis. sources say he may have considered an attack on the parade. matt olsen: this was an arrest to disrupt a potential attack, given that this individual was following isis direction to carry out an attack against a large crowd. the brooklyn man is a legal -- permanent united states resident. police say naji traveled to yemen -- and tri five times. investigators say he also encouraged others on social media to join the terror group. there will be a massive police presence at this year's thanksgiving parade in new york. an urgent warning for travelers this afternoon. the u-s state department says people traveling to europe in the coming weeks should be cautious at holiday festivals -- events and outdoor markets. this warning comes after french authorities arrested seven people in connection to a
threats -- officials say they have information -- indicating terror groups are continuing to plan attacks in europe with a focus on the holiday season. investigators are looking into this huge pile-up in northern china. more than 50 cars and trucks smashed into each other on an expressway that links the region with beijing. authorities say at least 17-people were killed -- and 37 injured. they say snow and rain are most likely the cause. recovering this afternoon -- after opening a piece of mail that exploded. authorities say the package had a power source and loop switch -- and when it detonated there was a smell of sulfur. no word on his condition. multiple agencies -- including the a-t-f are now investigating the incident. new information about a university of cincinnati police officer. the prosecutor will re-try him again in the shooting death of
this after a jury couldn't agree on a verdict in ray tensing's first trial. hamilton county prosecutor joe deters made the announcement today. he also responded to a question about the diversity of the new jury. (joe deters/prosecutor) "i really don't want race to be an issue in this case, i really don't, but it's hanging out there. it's kind of like the elephant in the room." the prosecutor also says the state will request a change of venue. deliberating for about 25 hours -- on charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter in the shooting of sam dubose. pipeline protesters in north dakota promising not to back down -- despite violent clashes with police and freezing temperatures. the sheriff's department confirms rubber bullets, tear gas -- and fire hoses are being used on the estimated 400 protesters. nats / social video (cleared): "they just fired at us,
(cleared) oh sht you all right? they just shot him! for speaking! organizers say at least 17 people were taken to the hospital for injuries. the standing rock sioux tribe is fighti12-hundrend mile pipel- they believe will contaminate their water supply and go through sacred ground. a wild scene playing out on the streets of florida. a suspected drunk driver going on a crime spree -- and causing a nasty accident. that has everyone shaking their head in disbelief. plus... what's old is new again. how a blast from the past could make it's way to the next i-phone. high pressure is coming back to the southern nevada region today! this means sunny skies will be common along with temperatures ranging between 62 and 67 degrees. luckily, winds will be mild; ranging 5 to 15 mph out of the southeast with no gusts
when the man stole a car at a c-v-s. then as he was fleeing the scene -- he ran a red light and slammed into a van. witnesses watched him walk to a nearby convenience store -- where they say he bought a new shirt and an alcoholic drink. :00-:03 (butted with) joseph cimino "my father grabbed him and put him on the ground, and that's when i was in fear of something happening to my father, so i ran over to help but once they got him on the ground -- he pulled out his drink. :18-:21 nats of man opening beer, and woman yelling police eventually showed up and arrested him. tomorrow will be one of the busiest travel days of the year -- as we all try to take a break and relax for the thanksgiving holiday. whether you're flying somewhere -- or picking someone up --
nation's busiest airports -- o'hare in chicago -- with how things are looking. todd adlib... no major headaches so far or forecasted so far... tsa has spent the year staffing up... --vo full=-- hoping to avoid long lines we saw last year at this time. automated tsa lines have been implemented at o'hare, so staff can focus on screening and keeping the lines moving for example. --todd looklive back on cam=-- nothing major at this point, despite concerns of a midwest storm earlier. triple-a has dubbed las vegas the top thanksgiving vacation
officials predict more than 3- hundred-thousand people will be in town this weekend. n-dot says almost -2-hundred thousand of those are driving in. nearly doubling the average number of vehicles on the so expect traffic especially if you're near the strip or driving on the 15. let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield. bryan. high pressure is coming back to the southern nevada region today! this means sunny skies will be common along with temperatures ranging between 62
ranging 5 to 15 mph out of the southeast with no gusts expected. mostly sunny skies will continue through saturday with a weak front altering our high the northeast. this means the back end of high pressure which will allow cooler air to be filtered in from the north. by thanksgiving, high temperatures
old but popular style of cell phone. the tech company has been granted a patent for a flexible i-phone that can fold in half -- much like an old school flip-phone. the smartphone would still feature a touch-screen. no word on when apple plans to release it. dancing with the stars. it's now down to three couples vying for the mirror ball trophy -- in one of the closest competitions in the show's history. will it be the race car driver, the olympian or the athlete known as megatron? abc's lauren lyster has more. nats it may take two to tango - but it takes three stars to vie for number 1 at the dancing with the stars' finale nats
laurie hernandez len goodman "there was nothing in that dance i didn't like" nats indycar driver james hinchcliff julianne hough 'hands down you are the best male dancer we have ever had on this show' nats and retired nfl star calvin johnson jr. len goodman without doubt the most improved dancer in this final nats - 'it's the finals and i'm ready' monday -- an elimination -- country singer nats - "it was our time" and in the semi-finals nats: "you take my breath away" little person terra jole eliminated season 23 -- bringing the likes of vanilla ice, marcia brady actress maureen mckormick, and ryan lochte to the ballroom now nats - "the freestyle crowns the mirror ball champion" audiences have seen the last dances before they cast their final votes.
lauren lyster tag: viewer votes will be combined with judges' points from tonight's 24 hour fusion challenge to determine the big winner. and get ready for a reunion -- all 13 of this season's couples also expected to perform. lauren lyster abc news los angeles. in today's healthy living -- folks around the country are getting set for their thanksgiving feast. but trying to stay healthy and stick to your diet can be tough during the holidays. next -- we'll have some tips on how you can avoid weight gain -- without even going to the
here. it's a time for celebrations, friends, family -- and of course, lots of food. kim hutcherson has some tips for staying healthy this holiday season. ost people look forward to the holidays, but not to the extra pounds that often come along with all those delicious still, there are ways to enjoy the festivities without sabotaging your fitness plans stay active. use exercise to offset the extra calories. you don't have to hit the gym -- housecleaning, dancing, even walking around the mall can raise your heartrate. eat breakfast. experts say starting the day with a small but satisfying breakfast can give you more control over your appetite. that can help give you the willpower to be more discriminating in your food and beverage choices ...
portion control. tempting as it may be, try not to overfill your plate. experts recommend sticking with holiday favorites and skipping foods you can have all year round. eat slowly. savor each item and put your fork down between bites. this will help you ... skip the second helpings. you'll have more room for a delicious dessert. finally, go easy on alcohol. the calories in wine, beer or liquor can add up pretty quickly. try alternating alcoholic beverages with a glass of water ... you'll stay hydrated, healthier ... round of post-party apologies. for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. we'll be back with a final check of your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. at 8 -- the middle at 8:30 -- american housewife at 9 --
frmont street -- where a shooting suspect has barricaded himself inside a hotel room near fremont and bruce. authorities are now evacuating that hotel -- no word on any injuries. right now -- fremont street iset lewis is closed at bruce. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... folks at valley one apartment complex are being slapped with cold water.... whenever they turn on the faucet. and it's been that way for months... when you ask, we investigate. that story and more on 13 action news.. live at 5.
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> judge judy: why are you laughing, mr. degale? >> announcer: his emotions are an open book. >> judge judy: you know, i can tell when somebody is pulling my leg. >> i'm not gonna pull your leg. >> judge judy: no. you think she's pulling my leg? >> no, not thus far. >> announcer: but will the joke be on him? >> judge judy: you could hardly keep a straight face. >> well, you just ask, like, a lot of questioso it's just like -- >> judge judy: i ask a lot of questions? what am i supposed to do? if i didn't ask a lot of questions, how long do you think i'd have a television program? >> i know. i know. i know.
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 krystal napier is suing her former friend, sheldon degale, for loans to pay his bills and to invest in a marketing company. >> byrd: order! all rise! shh. shh. shh. shh. this is case num calendar in the matter of napier vs. degale. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. >> judge judy: miss napier, you are a single lady? >> yes, i am. >> judge judy: you have one son? >> yes. >> judge judy: how old are you? >> i'm 28. >> judge judy: what kind of work do you do? >> i do hair, a hairdresser, and i'm a prep cook, seasonal. >> judge judy: how do you support yourself? >> i do hair. >> judge judy: for whom? >> for who? i work for myself. >> judge judy: you have your own store? >> no. i just have my own clients. i go to their house, or they