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first-come another night of protests, crowds on the streets of major u.s. cities. they are raising signs and voices against president-elect donald trump. alison: this as trump spent a day in d.c. d.c. spending time with president obama himself. jonathan: protests in d.c. started at the trump hotel. tim, with it looking like now? tim : once again, we are on pennsylvania avenue. the trump hotel is right here, the protesters arriving at the trump hotel again. if we could pan to the right, this is right in the middle of traffic. mpd has been following this around to try to block traffic to give these people some room to protest. they are upset with the trump presidency. i spoke with a few protesters tonight who say, again, he was
and people need to come together and unite and move on. these folks are frustrated. they've spent the night marching. we started at the trump hotel. we followed them over to the white house. they were at the white house for a little bit, then they started marching again. they were only at the white house for about 25, 30 minutes, then moved back onto the streets, went down j street, over to pennsylvania avenue. from there they want to the capital building. they were at the capitol building about 30 minutes or so, then moved back to pennsylvania avenue to the trump hotel, which is where they have arrived. it has been relatively peaceful tonight. last night, there were a few conflicts. tonight everything has been peaceful. they broke into two factions.
rest of the group is over by the capital building. live outside trump international hotel on pennsylvania avenue, tim barber, abc 7 news. alison: d.c. is not the only place of protests. hundreds gathered in several major cities, many of them chanting "not my president." tom roussey has been tracking this. tom: this is what is going on across the country, texas, a large group of protests downtown dallas at the moment. there have been protest like this going on all over the country. they have shut down a major interstate, and there were also protests up i-95 in the city of baltimore. this is a pretty large group that made their way to m&t bank stadium, where there is a big nfl thursday night football game
they mingled among the tailgaters. this is the second night of protests through much of the country. some of the protests seem larger than last night. alison: thank you for the latest, tom. also tonight, donald trump twitting about the protesters for the first time, a short time ago. he wrote, "just had a very open and successful election. now professional protesters come inside and by the media, are protesting. very unfair." jonathan: at the white house this morning, president-elect donald trump sitting down with president obama. now they are focusing on creating a much smoother exchange of power. tom roussey earlier takes a
at reagan national. the future first couple went straight to the white house. president obama: i just had a neck so let conversation with president-elect trump. tom: president obama said that trump was not fit to be president earlier, and trump had led a conversation saying that obama was not born in the u.s., but that set tha with the president in the future. tom: michelle obama hosted soon-to-be first lady, and they met with house speaker paul ryan. >> we talked about immigration, so many different things. tom: trump said in addition to issues, jobs will be an immediate priority.
a developing story about the president-elect agenda for the first 100 days. donald trump said the federal hiring freezes near the top of his priority list, the idea is to reduce the workforce through attrition with the exception of the military and public safety agencies. for federal workers, that may mean having to do more with less. >> we will have to work more hours and it wil jonathan: there are 412,000 federal workers in our area and 1.9 million nationwide. alison: the campaign trail has come to an end, but today hillary clinton was on a nature trail. a woman spotted the former democratic residential nominee hiking near her neighbor's home. this is the first time she was seen since she conceded the election wednesday.
disappointed supporters smile. she said that clinton gave her a hug and offered gratitude for her vote. jonathan: look closely at this iconic symbol of america. the two white heads, two bald eagle stuck in a florida storm drain. one was able to fly away, but the second, a female rescued by animal control. it took some time to get her free. people were cheering when she was successfully removed. steve: a changes on the way. this is just in time for the weekend. i time lows inside the beltway, lower to middle 40's. outside the beltway, the further north and west, upper 40's. veterans day looks gorgeous, the temperatures near 50 degrees early on. into the lower 60's. a cold front is on the way late in the day, which will bring a change in the wind direction and
of the cold front, and the rest of the forecast coming up. jonathan: a youth basketball coach arrested for trying to arrange sex with a minor. they say that din posted on craigslist, then begin a conversation with who he thought was a 15-year-old girl. officers say he offered to pay to have sex on a regular basis, but he was talking to an undercover agent and was arrested when he tried t asil din is an amateur athletic association boys basketball coach. alison: a rockville counselor accused of inappropriately touching a five-year-old girl, accordingly -- reportedly happening multiple times on a playground. anna-lysa gayle has the investigation. anna-lysa: investigators say that the child was sexually abused here on the playground while she was playing tag and
program stayed behind to answer some questions. >> people who do these kinds of things are often amongst the most trusted. anna-lysa: the police say that raul ramos violated that trust. the counselor reportedly repeatedly touched a five-year-old girl inappropriately when he was left in her afterschool program. the abuse lasted for about a month. >> i would not have suspected that at all. anna-lysa: a parent said she did not notice the red flags when she interacted with ramos. >> from what i knew, he was a very sweet young man, very good with the kids. anna-lysa: the school principal
says, "his after-hours and independently manage child health care -- child aftercare program that operates in our building. the owner of the afterschool program fired ramos after his arrest." >> enraged, fear, disappointment. just -- i don't know, it's a terrible situation. anna-lysa: the afterschool program for two years. if you are worried your child may have been sexually abused, he should contact the special victims investigation division. anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. jonathan: d.c. police are searching for a person who stole a dog. who does that? that was caught on tape and southwest. two guys walk along the fence with their own ball, then they
grabs his collar, and pulls them over the fence. the police have been trying to find out who this is because it happened on october 15 in the 100 block of elmira street. if you have information, the police would like to hear from you. 7 on your side with a consumer alert, millions of combination smoke and carbon monoxide ala the consumer product safety commission said they can stop chirping after seven years even if the batteries are replaced. that would lead you to think that it is working, even though it is not. alison: a 7 on your side health alert for women tonight. the risk of suicide after breast implants, is it real or is it, as a plastic surgeon called a,
[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] alison: 300,000 women will get breast implants this year, the number one cosmetic surgery in the u.s.. the typical patient has high self-esteem and health. why would the same women have a higher rate of suicide. whether breast implants have risks to mental health. kimberly: if your wife had never gotten breast implants, would you still have heard today? >> yes, without a doubt. kimberly: p.j. brent, a model, flight attendant, mother to seven children and stepchildren struggled to get out of bed every day. >> she knew she was sick from the implants, but the doctors
to record her testimony in case she ever died. one year later, memorial day 2000, p.j. to her life. she was 49. daughter kathryn knew that her mother felt depressed. >> that's what drove her to it. kimberly: he still has one of the silicone implants and the autopsy that showed silicone in every organ of her body. her to take her life? >> yes, i do. kimberly: this doctor met pj brent when she testified about implants at the fda. >> women who have breast implants are more likely to kill themselves. kimberly: anywhere from two to 12 times more likely according to several studies. at highest risk, mistake to me
the stack to me -- mastectomy patients and women who get the implants after menopause. >> they do feel sexier, but they often feel depressed. kimberly: these women all had their implants surgically removed. >> i first developed a disease. >> i started to lose my eyesight. kimberly: they all blamed their breast imagine giving up. >> very pissed off. kimberly: middle-aged women in general have the highest risk of suicide in the last 18 years, up 63%, but the numbers are still small, just nine women out of every 100,000. most augmentation patients are like these northern virginia women. >> everybody has them.
anonymous for fear of being judged. manufacturers report high satisfaction levels. do you feel the studies are worth mentioning to new patients> >> no, i don't. kimberly: dr. scott spears at georgetown university hospital has performed thousands of breast implant surgeries for nearly 40 years. >> i think this is a very fringe issue. kimberly: now he says risk, like the buildup of hard tissue around the implant, a loss of sensation, and implants that break. there are some risks and problems with implants, but suicide would not be one of the? >> i think suicide is so unlikely. kimberly: 16 years ago, ed brent thought it was, too. >> closure. i don't have any. kimberly: kimberly suiters, abc
we are now at peak around the metro area. this is the time to check it out. the further north and west you go, garrett county, allegheny county, that is where you will have less color because you are past peak. southern maryland with a good deal of color for the next week or so. mainly clear skies, a bit chilly, the coolers temperatures north and west of the district. the temperatures w 60's charles town, martinsburg. the further west you go, frostburg upper 40's near 50 degrees because of the cold front coming through during the morning. daytime highs closer to town, lower 60's in the district, 55 degrees old town alexandria, lorton 63. a little cooler further to the south. closer to the open water, stafford and fredericksburg,
gusts through the day as the wind kicks up early tomorrow morning west of d.c. those of you with kids with outdoor recess, we will have when gusts of 25 to 30 miles per hour, then the cold front sweeps through, assuring in the colder air. lower to middle 60's for the highest tomorrow. saturday we are talking highs only in the middle to upper 40's. the wind will be gusty out of the north d about eight to 10 degrees colder than the air temperatures. sunday, a shift in the wind direction will warm us up a little bit. upper 40's saturday, near 60 sunday, lots of sunshine through the weekend. clouds monday, maybe a stray shower, upper 50's. 60 tuesday and wednesday. overall, we are looking at a
coldest day of the season that we have experienced, and then we have the super moon monday. alison: it is getting colder, not spring, so you made do a double take at the national mall because -- take a look -- yes, those are cherry blossoms, blooming on the grounds of the washington monument. this is because of all the warm weather this fall. it is called the autumn flowering cherries and they are in partial bloom. don't worry, they say this will not impact the spring jonathan: one is a high school senior in the dark blue's lecture standing with his friend a little bit older, world war ii veteran.
alison: snapchat is venturing beyond selfies, rolling out nifty vending machines to sell -- get this -- sunglasses. feature built-in with a wireless video camera. they cost $730. right now the only vending machine is in venice beach, california. jonathan: on this night he for veterans day, a special bond between teens and veterans. high school students from kansas city were paired with service members for a trip to d.c. their first stop, the world war ii memorial.
handshakes with strangers as the teenager sat there and learned about the sacrifices the veterans had made. >> it's amazing to watch these guys get to see what they fought for. >> people don't realize how beautiful this country is, really, and how good it is. jonathan: they know what sacrifice it took to win that war, and that is a message of hope in our country in need of a time of unity. alison: tomorrow, "good morning washington" is celebrating veterans. send your photos to burst.com/w jla or tweet them to us at #gmwvets. jonathan: a big game coming up this weekend for the skins. erin: that's right, and the
man: hey baby, how are you? woman: i have a surprise for you. man: you have a surprise for me? narrator: at dominion, 1 in 5 new hires is a veteran. and when they're away, they miss out on a lot. but they won't miss out on financial support. because we cover any difference between their military pay and their dominion salary, and continue benefits for them
sunday's game against the vikings, although jay gruden says they will wait and see. if jackson does not play sunday, that opens the door for wide receiver jamison crowder, coming off back-to-back 100 yard games. he has quickly become kirk cousins' favorite target. kirk: jamison has long arms for a receiver, so sometimes his catch radius looks. he is a friendly target and i think he makes me a more accurate quarterback with the way he chases down the football and brings it in. erin: washington nationals daniel murphy and wilson ramos were given silver slugger awards tonight, the first time each has
making an awesome shot from the stands. the terps sent out this video. from distance. look at that. fear the turtle. that was awesome. finally, thursday night football , the ravens hosting the browns. the ravens won 28-7. jonathan: if you are fan living in cleveland all you say is how about the cavs. erin: they were at the white house.
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