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today hillary clinton tried to comfort supporters who thought she had a clear and historic path to the white house. fox news correspondent has more from new york. clinton says: "this is painful and it will be for a long time." an emotional hillary clinton delivering a concession speech the day after a stunning upset ... before teary-eyed supporters, she urged a divided country to unify under president- elect donald trump. clinton says: "we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead." the former secretary of state also had a message to young girls hoping she would shatter that glass ceiling... clinton says: "you
chance to pursue and achieve your own dreams." obama nats: "the sun is up. i know everyone had a long night." speaking from the rose garden, president obama reassured the nation there will be a cordial shift between administrations in the next seventy- two days... obama says: "the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy, we're going to show that to the world." trump nats: "i pled t citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans." trump also has to mend a splintered republican party... many members were unenthusiastic about his candidacy - including the house speaker who seemingly changed his tone today. ryan says: "donald trump heard a voice out in this country that no one else heard." and today senate majority leader
he anticipates one of the first actions by donald trump will be sending a supreme court nominee to the senate. in new york, lauren blanchard fox news. the world also reacting to the news of a trump presidency... from indonesia to india and beyond. "i am mildly surprised because i don't take american pollsters so lightly, because they are the ones with well-developed size. but i'm not shocked because there is a mainstream insurgency on across the democratic world right now because there is a belief somehow disempowered and disenfranchised the once dominant communities or ethnicities or a population." (mos) when i woke up i just turned on my tv and i realised it was real. and i was like really? did they really vote for the guy? (mos) personally i work in financial sector and it's quite difficult for him to do all he promised to do. i just read his speech this morning which
before so hopefully it will go this way. at the end of last month, donald trump spoke in gettysburg, pennsylvania and released a plan for his first 100 days in officer. the plan outlines three main areas of focus. the first: cleaning up washington by imposing term limits on congress. the second: protecting american workers and the third: restoring rule of law. he said he will work with congress to introduce ten pieces of legislation repeal obamacare... and fund the construction of a wall between the us and mexico. other ambitions include infrastructure investment, rebuilding military bases and promoting school choice. last night's election also approved recreational marijuana in three more states, nevada, california and massachusetts. the new states join four others and the district of colombia in legalizing pot for recreational use... advocates say continuing criminalization only wastes law
and denies the public badly- needed funds that could come from taxing pot sales. but some law enforcement officials are concerned about a possible rise in car crashes and deeper drug addiction among young people. they say the movement needs to take a step back - and find ways to make marijuana available - more safely. liccardo says: "we don't want to allow for the cultivation and distribution without having some regulations in place." wiener says: "if you don't do the analysis you could end up with problems by over- regulating or under-regulating." florida, north dakota, and arkansas also passed measures last night... allowing for the use of medical marijuana. you can get all the latest election results on using your mobile device. just head to fox five vegas dot com... and download our app. it's the best resource... for breaking news... weather... and traffic. stock futures took a dive last night-- but recovered today. what the dow did... and which economy took the biggest hit.
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wall street stocks rallied today after a dramatic overnight sell- off.... as investors reacted to donald trump's win in the u.s. presidential election. the dow jones industrial average rose nearly 257 points... to close just below an all-time high. that's a stunning contrast to how the markets reacted as election returns were coming in overnight. u.s. 30-year treasury bond yields gained almost 25 basis points in their sharpest rise in more than five years. the mexican peso though took a beating but recouped some losses after falling to a record low. five and a half million jobs were waiting to be filled in
to new numbers from the labor department. it's close to the record high of five-point-eight million openings set in april. there was even a small increase in federal government jobs. the huge number of openings is a recovery sign that employers want to hire... it can also signal that employers are struggling to find workers with the right skills. another point for technology. how a doctor has been successful in making this paralyzed monkey... walk.
plastics recycling plant in the northern california city of lodi. the fire is close to an elementary school -- and fire officials warned people to stay away from the area. lodi's fire department dispatched all of its fire engines and trucks to the scene, and stockton's fire department is helping battle the blaze. there are no
there's no word yet on what caused the fire. a partially monkey is regaining control of its legs with the help of an implant... bringing hope to many people who wish to walk again. a few months ago a neurosurgeon performed a 10 hour surgery on the monkey.... whose spinal cord was partially cut. six days later--with electrodes in a part of the monkey's brain and spinal cord.... and a wireless transmitter on the outside of monkey's brain-- signals were sent by a computer. within seconds, moving and within a few days the monkey was back on its feet. doctors say without the procedure it would have taken months before the leg was able to move at all. now fox5 weather 24/7 with meterologist sam argier besides a few high clouds drifting across the valley this morning, skies have been mainly sunny with temperatures pushing record highs in las vegas wednesday afternoon. for the
mccarran airport has made it into the 80s; well above the average high of 70 degrees for this time of year. skies will stay mainly clear tonight with low temperatures falling into the 50s. we'll keep it mostly sunny thursday and friday with highs in the mid to upper 70s. a few more clouds will be moving in for saturday with temperatures holding in the mid 70s. we'll keep it in the 70s through early next week before a cold front moves in wednesday. this will knock high temperatures down into the upper 60s with gusty winds picking up across the valley.
now fox5 weather 24/7 with meterologist sam argier besides a few high clouds drifting across the valley this morning, skies have been mainly sunny with temperatures pushing record highs in las vegas wednesday afternoon. for the fourth day in a row, mccarran airport has made it into the 80s; well above the average high of 70 degrees for this time of year. skies will stay mainly clear tonight with low temperatures falling into the 50s. we'll keep it mostly sunny thursday and friday with highs in
70s. a few more clouds will be moving in for saturday with temperatures holding in the mid 70s. we'll keep it in the 70s through early next week before a cold front moves in wednesday. this will knock high temperatures down into the upper 60s with gusty winds picking up across the valley. closed captioning will resume shortly politicians on the left and the right are reacting to donald trump's stunning victory against hillary clinton. as speculation begins about who trump will enlist for his administration. jason carroll reports tonight, donald trump is embracing a new reality, as the next president of the united states. (donald trump/ president-elect) "i've just received a call from secretary clinton. (applause) she congratulated us -- it's about us -- on our victory, and i congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard- fought campaign..
major debt of gratitude for her service to our country." the president-elect pulling off a stunning victory ... capturing the key battleground states of florida, north carolina and ohio ... and blasting through hillary clinton's blue wall in wisconsin and pennsylvania -- which put him over the top. (donald trump/ president-elect) "as i've said from the beginning, ours was no rather an incredible and great movement made up of millions of hard-working men and women who love their country and want a better, brighter future for themselves and for their families. it's a movement comprised of americans from all races, religions, backgrounds and beliefs who want and expect our
and serve the people it will. " trump, the first non-politician to assume the presidency since dwight eisenhower, now shifts his focus to the transition to the white house -- and building a trump administration. current r-n-c chairman reince priebus one potential option for trump's chief of staff. (reince priebus/ rnc chairman) "i haven't thought about it. and right now i'm chairman of the party. i'm excited about that job." chris christie also mentioned as a possibility for the chief of staff role. with potential cabinet selections including newt gingrich ... bob corker ... jeff sessions and rudy giuliani. starting today trump will be offered the daily classified briefings -- getting the same high-level intelligence as president obama -- who will welcome trump to the white house tomorrow. (pres. obama) "we all want what's best for this country. that's what i heard in mr. trump's remarks last night.
directly. and i was heartened by that. that's what the country needs." once trump takes office in january -- he'll have republican majorities in both houses of congress to help push through his agenda. (rep. paul ryan/ (r) house speaker) "what donald trump just pulled off is an enormous political feat. it's an enormous feat in that he heard those voices that are out there that other people weren't hearing and he just earned a mandate. we now just have the unified republican government." despite his overwhelming electoral colle win, trump still faces the challenge of bringing together a nation bitterly divided by the hard-fought campaign. (donald trump/ president-elect) "now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division; have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people." as mentioned, trump and
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history. the title he would hold -- if he comes away victorious against eddie alvarez this weekend. a movement is happening right now online. many californians... whether it's serious, jokingly or a little bit of both... are talking about seceding from the u-s. the so called 'calexit' is a topic on california dot org. here's some of the conversation on twitter: luis said quote "im in for a calexit. we got the 6th largest economy in the world. got the largest population in the usa. but we need water so nvm" another person said: you think rolling blackouts were bad? try #calexit good luck with that. and people were even suggesting names... with west coast nation and "pacifica." one twitter user said that means peaceful... and peace is good. thanks for joining us.. fox5 news at 6 o'clock is straight
live from las vegas fox5 news at 6 starts now. fox five looked into the controversial campaign issue -- immigration. we'll hear from the mountain minutemen -- who volunteer time to patrol the border -- about the election. "nats of cheering as they get off bus" and soldiers are back at home with their families tonight! we'll have a look at a surprising homecoming at a local school. this is fox5 news at 6. local. las vegas a breaking news update right now in the northwest valley near cheyenne and tenaya. las vegas metro