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>> from everything i see, has no respect for this person. >> that's because he would rather have a puppet as president. >> you are the puppet. >> it's pretty clear -- jonathan: the final face-to-face jabs in the race for the white hillary clinton and donald trump. the goal tonight, stop the scandals and allegations and talk about the big issues. alison: were they able to do that? donald trump said he may not accept the results of the election, but will consider them at the time. we start with chief political correspondent scott thuman live from las vegas. hi, scott.
yeah. i'm not hearing anything. >> hillary wants to give amnesty, but we have some bad hombres and we need to get them out. >> you would need a massive law enforcement presence, where law enforcement officers would be going school to school, business-to-business rounding up people. >> i don't know putin. be good. if russia and the united states got along well and went after isis, that would be good. he has no respect for her, he has no respect for the president. >> that's because he would rather have a puppet for president. >> you are the puppet. scott: those are just a couple of the moments that we had during the debate on the issues, everything from immigration to
for the first time it is very long election cycle, you would say finally we were talking about some policies, some agendas, some visions for what they would do if they make it to the white house. about the first hour of this debate, that is what we heard, what actually matters. that is not to say the civility did not erode. some of the low lights vladimir put in would be happy to have somebody who was a puppet. donald trump calling hillary clinton at one point a nasty woman. those exchanges, but for the first time, the viewer is trying to pick a winner in the debate rather than a candidate because we got to hear some of the information that you may not be finding on the websites.
for the wrapup area we are less than three weeks from the election, and one of the people on the stage tonight will be the next president of the united states. for both, a last-ditch effort to reach anyone who may be undecided. did tonight's performance way any voters and who came out on top? tom roussey spoke with viewers from both parties, who were watching intently. what has the reaction been so far? tom: talked with some undecided voters with interesting things to say. they were here at northern virginia community college, the loudoun campus. the students have gone home now, but a lot of seats were filled for the debate. we had another debate party up north. this is video from come interestingly, donald trump's golf club in loudoun county. there was a big watch party, not surprisingly very pro-donald trump.
talking about issues like gun control and abortion,, feisty crowd that strongly disagreed with hillary. it was a more muted and undecided crowd at the campus of northern virginia community college. it was mostly students who came out for the debate watch party. a lot of them were student studying politics. several of the students who came out were undecided voters. we asked as soon as the bait was over, did tonight help you make up your mind? clinton now. i just feel like donald trump is such a child. like he just cap interrupting the whole time. it was kind of a mature. >> probably trump. his closing statement kind of caught me because am a veteran. i cannot speak for all the veterans, but i'm concerned about my health and my care and my treatment that i'm not receiving from the v.a.
talk is year about how both donald trump and hillary clinton have had issues reaching younger voters. we spoke with a number of younger voters who seem very disappointed by the selection, saying there is not really a good choice between the candidates. live in sterling, tom roussey, abc 7 news. alison: tom, thank you. tomorrow night, an in-depth look at where the race heads from here. a on our sister station, news channel 8, and wjla.com. steve: wow, what a day we had around the dmv, daytime highs well into the upper 80's. 87 breaking the record in dulles and bwi marshall, one degrees shy of the record at reagan national. tomorrow, a little cooler, but still plenty of sunshine to
i'm tracking a cold front, a significant cold front that will impact your weekend plans. world that coming up. jonathan: steve, thanks. this just in, parents arrested in the murder of their baby boy. petty and his wife are facing charges in the death of their three-month-old son. he and his wife babied the barry book -- bear uried the baby boy to cover a crime. an accident at a construction site. this was the view from sky track 7. a concrete mixer was involved, but the circumstances are under investigation. a second worker suffered non-life-threatening injuries. alison: new at 11:00 am a vigil
17-year-old girl stabbed to death in northwest washington this week. kaelia minor was the captain of her school's dance team, a senior. she would have graduated in june. tonight, friends and friendly -- friends and family grieved a bright future lost. anna-lysa gayle, we understand the girl's mother spoke to the crowd tonight? anna-lysa: alison, that's right, there is left over candle wax on th there is a growing memorial for kaelia minor. this was the flyer that was distributed today. on the back of it is a bible verse that we read aloud -- that was read aloud to comfort those in mourning. while shedding tears, they stand next to the bus stop where her 17-year-old daughter, kaelia minor, was stabbed to death
it's really tragic. anna-lysa: minor was the captain of the coolidge high school dance team and a senior. her mother looked at the crowd made up of mostly coolidge high school students as she called for peace in the community. >> stop the violence. anna-lysa: kyla jones stabbed kaelia minor after they got into a argument on a metro bus. they were once schoolmates. the dispute spilled on the cell phone and hopped off the bus. >> all over a phone! anna-lysa: her friends are claiming that she acted in self-defense. >> she was afraid. that is not what she intended to do. anna-lysa: like many others, this coolidge high school teacher is saddened by what unfolded near the bus stop.
for anyone in the situation because both of them were my students. anna-lysa: kyla jones, who is charged with second-degree murder, is being held without bond. she is due in court next week. anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. alison: three people were hurt in a mobile home fire in prince george's county. the victims were taken to a burn center with minor injuries. sky track 7 flew over the scene of dainty lion lane. have caused the fire. also, california's attorney general launched a criminal investigation into the san francisco-based wells fargo, involving allegations the banking giant opened millions of unauthorized customer accounts and credit cards. that scandal has led to the resignation of the bank's ceo and a $185 million settlement. wells fargo says it is cooperating with investigators.
consumer alert, airlines will have to refund baggage fees for lunch that is substantially delayed, according to regulations proposed by the department of transportation. congress mandated refunds if bags are delayed 12 hours or more for domestic flights, 15 hours or more for international travel. there is no word when flyers will see the refunds, but travel experts say one of the best ways to save money and time is through some apps. >> go up in price or down in price and tell you the prime time. jonathan: the department issued several final rules aimed at giving passengers better information when they buy tickets and for judging the performance of airlines. alison: happening tomorrow, a nine-our public hearing on how late metro should stay open. right now, because of safetrack and through the end of safetrack, metro closes at midnight. they want to keep that closing
a.m. service back. they say that the limited service is causing problems for transportation late at night to have save options for people. will be at the hearings. stay with abc 7 and wjla.com for updates. jonathan: still ahead -- a major u.s. city said that it found lead in hundreds of public drinking fountains. alison: and robots in the
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its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] jonathan: emergency crews credit it with of earning a catastrophe in portland, oregon. was a major gas leak after a construction worker hit a gas line. moments before the blast, firefighters and the police were clearing the area. eight people were injured, but
alison: this sounds like science fiction, but a robot may soon be in the cockpit of an airplane. it is artificial intelligence designed to help you get safely to your location. robots don't get tired or stressed or distracted, intoxicated. these are your tax dollars at work for stop tim barber shows us this exciting project in manassas. tim: this cessna's flying 7000 feet above virginia at more than 100 knots. flying, the robot on the right is. >> we been working on this many, many months, many hours. it's exciting. tim: they have been working on the robot since the company won a multimillion dollar federal grant two years ago. the business aurora is based in manassas and locally employs 200 people. this week it finally paid off
tim: they act as the robot's eyes. anything the robot needs to know to fly. what if the airplane is in the air and a robot stops working. there is a lever next to the seat. you just pull it and the robot disengages. robots will change the nature of the pilots job but not replace the pilot. >> a robotic copilot could go in just about every airplane. in a cessna, another in a twin engine prop, and another in a helicopter. >> it's analogous to what you see in the automotive industry with lane assist. i see this as the introduction of some of this. tim: tim barber, abc 7 news. alison: interesting. developing now, hundreds of drinking fountains in chicago shut down due to lead in the
standards were found in 459 water fixtures all over the city of chicago. park officials say the fountains will be removed, replaced, or repaired. no word on where the lead came from. jonathan: 7 on your side with a consumer alert -- samsung is accused of continuing to charge customers who had smartphones that they cannot even use. the galaxy note seven was recalled after concerns of fire and explosions. charges and plan charges. now samsung is facing a possible class-action lawsuit over this. the company permanently ended all sales of the phones earlier this month. if you still have one of those phones, you cannot bring it on an airplane because of the fire hazard they represent. samsung has a booth at bwi, where you can exchange the phone with a customer service representative.
consumer product safety commission is clear -- turn it off and bring it back. steve: there we are past 11:00 and are temperatures are still above 70 degrees. manassas 72, downtown dcu lower 70's. nighttime lows and the 60's, mostly cloudy skies. maybe an isolated shower west of d.c., patchy fog, but other than that no real problems. outside, the temperatures will generally be in the 60's. short sleeve shirts and shorts tomorrow, not as warm as today, but still near 80 degrees, hard to complain about that. the high temperatures tomorrow, 81 degrees charles town, lower 80's frederick, maryland, 82 leesburg. closer to the capital beltway, anywhere from 80 to 84 for the
mixture of sun and clouds. don't forget the sunglasses. it will be cooler closer to the 70's -- closer to the water, where upper 70's are not out of the question. the futurecast from stormwatch 7 , a good deal of sunshine during the morning. afternoon recess looks good for the kids. afterschool practices, depending on your location, the further west may see showers, but the main event will be the cold front late into the day friday. once the cold front moves through, the wind changes direction, cooler air funnels and from the north and west andthe wind will really pick up. 5:00 thursday, notice the wind still out of the south, wind gusts up to 20. the wind changes direction, more out of the north and northwest and we will have when gusts upwards of 30 miles per hour or
saturday. combine that with actual air temperatures in the upper 50's, we are talking windchill factors only in the upper 40's saturday morning. the seven day outlook, 80 the high tomorrow, looking good, showers mainly west of town. showers widespread rain friday afternoon. daytime highs in the upper 60's. only the upper 50's saturday, wind monday and tuesday, the wind will ease, in the 60's, but it will be a real shock to the system, a 30-degree drop, not taking into consideration the windchill factor from today to saturday. jonathan: might need a jacket. alison: that is a big difference. steve: and gloves and a scarf. alison: thanks for the warning. robert: the battle with stephen
? i'll give you more than you'll ever need. ? >> antonello toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. robert: it's still the big story of the day, the redskins versus stephen a. smith. after the redskins ground east, smith called them losers. the redskins did not like that, some players responding on twitter. erin: when he calls you guys losers and says it's a loser mentality around here, which your reaction to that? >> when he says that? erin: yeah. >> i'm about actions, not words. i don't know the last time words won a championship.
: he does not know our fan base were coaches or players. erin: does part of you want to go in your show -- on his show and defend your team. >> i do want to the a distraction to the team. i want to focus on beating the detroit lions. robert: jay gruden is not ruling jordan reed out for sunday. he returned to practice today, limited in practice with a yellow jersey, meaning no contact. he is going through the lease concussion protocol. >> have dealt with it so often. just try not to think about it so much. my family cares more about my health than anything. i've got to take care of my family. robert: baseball, nlcs game four cubs trying to even the series against the dodgers. right now they are out 10-2 in
cleveland could punch their ticket to the world series with a victory against toronto today. carlos santana with a solo home run. cleveland goes up 2-0 and never looks back. 3-0 the final, the indians are the american league champs. and they did it without ricky vaughn. remember who that is? charlie sheen. they are going to their first world series since 1997. the indians currently have the second longest world series championship, 67 years. cubs have the longest drought of 107 years. jonathan: what was his theme song coming out of the bullpen? robert: i don't know. jonathan: "wild thang." robert: that's what it was. alison: all right, whatever you say. jonathan: it was a good movie.
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we are back with our ninth straight hour of post-debate analysis. let's turn to our focus group of undecided voters. who here is still undecided? still? how is that even possible? >> jimmy: we don't know, jo on the record, we might not. >> that doesn't make any sense. >> jimmy: i totally agree. to disagree. i go back and forth, right, everybody? we go back and forth. >> how do you all get dressed in the morning? >> jimmy: we don't know. my question fors melania trump. melania, is it really possible for a shampoo to double as a conditioner? to me it doesn't make any sense.