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this year's election cycle. here's what it will take to revive the program. >> reporter: insurance carriers warn nearly 1.5 million americans could lose their health insurance under obamacare in the coming months. as more abandon the program, the white house signals it wants to put $175 billion of your tax payers into obamacare to save it. >> one way to say let's throw more money at this stuff, money we haven't >> reporter: obamacare was supposed to be budget neutral making healthy profits in the first year would chip that windfall to insurers losing point. but more lost money two years ago and only received a portion of what was needed. experts say that created a nearly $3 billion shortfall. obamacare was supposed to collect money from the insurers and pay directly to the treasury department but because of massive shortfalls in dozens of
insurers first and bypassing the treasury and leaving the tax payer on the hook for $5 billion. >> politicians caused this thing to happen the way it happened and they are gonna have to fix it. >> reporter: on capitol hill, the house speaker says congress can fix it. not by bailouts but by expanding health savings accounts and allowing americans without employer insurance to get tax credits to purchase it. >> we can have a system with preexisting condition, people who are care. >> reporter: one expert questions bailing out a program where premiums on average are increasing by 25%. >> it doesn't get better. it's a question of what can be salvaged and how column its the damage. -- and how you can limit the damage. >> we want to know what you think. who do you want to vote for next week? maybe you already participated
iraqi forces reached mosul for the first time in two years and boko haram is stepping up attacks. details from the terrorism alert desk. >> from the terrorism alert desk in washington, d.c., in the battle for mosul, iraqi forces now are at the outer edge of that city. commandos swept in overnight, pushing back isis fighters, explosions and heavy exchanges of gunfire could be heard as the this is the first time in two years that iraqi troops have been in mosul. and boko haram is being blamed for a car bomb blast in nigeria. nine people killed. dozens hurt. the terror group is suspected of being behind another attack also in nigeria where two female suiciders killed. and the head of the british
u.k. is very likely. he says there are about 3,000 violent extremists in the u.k., most of them british. the spy chief also said that his agency is adding 1,000 officers over the next five years to deal with this threat. from the terrorism alert desk, back to you. >> thank you. this is a fascinating story. women will never get to priesthood. that's the latest from pope francis. he made the statement today while traveling. he conducted a if woman could be deacons. the catholic church's teaching said women cannot be ordained as priests. a florida woman gives birth in her car. >> she said her husband drove her right through the hospital's fire lane. nurses rushed to help her deliver the baby right there in
fee. >> i knew i was responsible for $5,000. i get it. i'm gonna pay the bill. that's not the issue. the issue is that -- i look at this delivery charge and i think that's outrageous. >> a spokesperson for the hospital would not comment on the charges. a fire truck gets into a crash while trying to respond to another accident. it happened monday in boston. officials say that the truck had its lights and sirens on when it hit another vehicle. that started a total. five people including four firefighters were taken to the hospital but everyone is expected to survive. an oklahoma man, streamed his bad deedses on facebook live. police arrested him after he stole a police vehicle, rammed a cruiser and led officer is on a high-speed chase. officials say an officer left her keys in the patrol car when she went for coffee. not exactly the best idea
after the chase police were able to catch up with him after he parked the cruiser at his parents' home. scientists looked at 12 million facebook users and you found they were 12% less likely to die than those who did not have an account -- i guess we should say die early. they all admit that social and economic differences may play a role and say it's important to be social in person as well as on. moment in china when a little boy is riding into oncoming traffic in his toy car. why didn't they stop? a police officer comes to the rescue. the officer says he just happened to spot the boy in the road. he eventually finds the child's mother and gets him back home. a couple's late-night swim nearly ended in disaster when a
the couple is unaware of the crocodile. as the crocodile goes toward the women, the man comes to her aid. snoop an autistic cross-country runner attacked. chase coleman's mother said her son is afraid to run. this was the result of a misunderstanding. according to a man admitted pushing chase saying he thought the deep was going to mug his wife and take her purse. when asked why he would think something like that he said somebody recently broke into his car. >> i'm sorry that happened to him. i'm pressing charges. >> the judge failed to to -- failed to sign a warrant.
a slot machine. a woman in new york thought she won millions and she took a selfie after it showed her winning $43 million but the casino in new york said the machine made a mistake. it offered her a steak dinner instead. >> i win and now the house doesn't want to fay out. -- pay out. the machine takes the money when you lose. it should pay it when you win. >> the womanai awarded the max amount the machine can give out which is about $6500. she plans to sue. mma's superstar ronda rousey plans to retire soon from the ufc. the former champion says her next fight december 30th will be her last. the olympic medalist has not fought since november of last year when she lost her title to holly holmes. she faces amanda noon nose to
how a dog ended up so far from home and how she plans to get back. and she's 85. you will neat betty and you will learn why she has such a big following at her job. and just after 3:30, temperatures are at 70 degrees in las vegas. it feels cool to us around here. let me tell you, warm weather is on the way. we'll show you how toasty will get -- next. with all of the shenanigans danny tarkanian's pulled in nevada --
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responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. for the good stuff. it's the time in the newscast where we shine a light on people doing good things. >> a family in wyoming finds a dog and finds she has aner she wandered too far in missouri and was picked up by two people making their way to idaho. after the 17-hour drive, the two people started to search social media and found her owners. on friday, they plan to go back on the road to return her. it's at sad truth during holidays for kids. some kids don't get to trick or treat. let's talk about what happened in san antonio. the police department there, the s.w.a.t. team and firefighters
dressed in superhero costumes. they rappelled down the side of the hospital on inside and watched. this mission was very positive for them. >> it's great. it's great. it's a good opportunity for us to come by and brighten up their day on halloween. some children may not be having such a good one. >> they came quality file with the patients. a greeter at a grocery store is putting smiles on faces at 85 years young. she's been working at the store for 15 years. she said she actually got bored of her retirement and started to work again. for 15 years, betty has been making a lot of funs and other coworkers say she she works harder than they do.
>> she doesn't work in slow motion. >> she does circles around anyone. >> i don't know how to slow down. but i'll try. >> betty works about three days a week for a few hours each day. she says she has no plans going back into retirement any time soon. hockey team in colorado takes it upon themselves to raise money in the fight against breast cancer. the team skated with their pink sticks, their pink jerseys all for what they call pink in the rink. they started cancer. they learn their boss was diagnosed with breast cancer. >> she's been through so much and she deserves to be recognized. >> i don't wear my breast cancer as a badge. i go and leave my training days and have radiation. they've been part of it. >> the team has told t-shirts to raise money. they had a near full arena for
beating cancer. for those needing help and preparing their holiday turk you whyy, butterball is a text away. the turkey talk line opened today and for the first time, consumers will be able to text their cooking questions 24/7. and that will only be available during the week leading up to thanksgiving. for details on how to call the butterball turkey talk line, we have a link on our website, news3lv.com. well, make sure to join the conversation in facebook by liking our page. search for time for a look at what's ahead at 5:00. the clock is ticking for you to make one of the biggest decisions of the year. picking a health insurance plan. at 5:00, what you need to know to make sure your plan is the best for you. well, if you think traffic is bad now, looking at this live picture, wait until you hear how bad it could be in less than 20 years because of all of the people who want to call southern nevada home. those stories and a check of
time for a check of the forecast. news 3 is your weather authority and chloe is here with a very chilly day but it's not going to last for long. >> i'm sure many people woke up with the sweaters already on and layering up with the jacket. you are gonna shed the jacket later this week. it looks beautiful outside but it feels cooler than what we're used to. still great. mostly sunny skies in las vegas. here is what we woke up to, though. a lot of people were shocked. they were like oh, myod we're supposed to be in the low 50s. many of you were lucky with mid- to upper 50s. why does it feel so cold? because october was abnormally warm for this time of year. 73.9 was the average. we're normally at 69.5. that's actually the fifth warmest october since those records have been kept by the national weather service. that's why you woke up feeling extra chilly. here is a look at what happened. we started off with a nice
you can see diminishing throughout the day. outside we've got the temperatures mostly in the 60s and 70s. 74 degrees for the southeast. 67 in summerlin and winds for right now are fairly light, are expected to pick up more by tomorrow. we're coming in at 70 degrees near crestwood elementary school. one of our more than 100 weather stations around here. warmer near gowen and outside the valley in the 40s on the mountain. 68 for pahrump. also 6 -- 60 for sandy valley. low pressure is what brought our temperatures down briefly for today. we're actually expecting some warmer weather over the next few days. the biggest part of our weather story this afternoon was mostly the clouds we started off with
the cooler temperatures. winds will develop out of the north tomorrow. that will feel, 10, 20 miles an hour is what our wind speeds will be. looking into the far east of us, we have a few showers that are expected to develop mostly over arizona. we'll stay dry as that system falls apart. regional lows tonight will be cool again like this morning. 54 for overton. a few degrees above the freezing mark in mount charleston. 40 degrees for pahrump and highs tomorrow,l up the dial on those temperatures slightly for now. wait until you see this weekend. 79 for overton. flirting with the 80s at lake mead. overnight in las vegas, we're looking at lows around 56 degrees. so similar compared to what we saw last night. still above normal but it's gonna be chilly. you will want to wear a jacket if you are gonna be out anywhere tonight. winds will pick up by early tomorrow morning. very early in the morning. 10, 15 miles an hour.
low 60s by 9:00 and low 70s by noon. a lot of sunshine expected for tomorrow and had the afternoon. temperatures like i said will slowly increase slightly above normal. winds will increase up to 20 miles an hour in the afternoon. put the hat on and put the hair in a ponytail. the warming trend will look nice. it's not gonna feel like fall around here. just when we're starting to get used to, we bust out the boots and the sweaters and the whatevers. >> temperatures flirting with the 80s thursday and friday. we'll break into the 80s by saturday. don't forget to set your clocks back. fall back an hour and then 80s will continue for one more day. it's nuts. >> this morning i went running and i saw people bundled like seriously bundled. i had on a tank top. >> thanks. >> thank you, chloe. halloween is beep hind us. -- behind us.
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very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is trying. he'd rather you forget about all of his failed runs for congress, senate, and secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years... the telemarketing scammers he represented... all those fake charities he helped set up. he can try all he wants, but danny tarkanian just can't bury his past.
schools were having fun and just put a helmet on. >> i bet that was fun just to chuck them all. >> a lot of aggression. >> there's a flaming pumpkin. that does it forums. thanks for watching. >> see you later. the headlines. in the past eight years, the justice department has behaved not like the law enforcement agency. a federal judgment had already been entered when attorney
to abandon the case. dozens of mexicans and americans were killed due to the government's fatal scheme to tell guns to mexican drug cartels. along the way, holder racked up a contempt charge. loretta lynch held a secret meeting with bill clinton while hillary clinton was the target of a criminal investigation. a doj official met with john podesta, a blatant conflict of interest. and then lynch took the fifth amendment last week in an investigation of her role in the u.s. illegally paying ransom money to iran. the nation's highest law enforcement officer took the fifth to protect herself from possible prosecution. think about that.
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