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assessing the damage and downed trees are delaying emergency workers as they attemt to get aid hard-hit communities. the weather service saying saturday's tornado was likely on the ground for fifteen miles. president donald trump has now been in office for 3 days ..... meanwhile....millions of people have marched from across the globe against him. the adminsitration is fighting with the media over inauguration crowd size ... all as we enter week 1 of the trump adminsitration. abc's stephanie ramos has more. this morning another big name is now criticizing
wikileaks founder julian assange. he took to twitter moments after trump aide kellyanne conway said he would not release his tax returns. wikileaks then tweeted that "trump's breach of promise over the release of his tax returns is even more gratuitous than clinton concealing her goldman sachs transcripts". it also called on people with access to trump's tax returns to send them to wikileaks. an update this morning on former presient george h-w bush a
both remain hospitalized this morning. doctors sat president bush's vital signs are normal and they hope to move him out of the intensive care unit today. he's been undergoing treatment for breathing problems at a houston hospital. barbara bush was also admitted for bronchitis. the former first lady is recovering well, and was actually cleared to leave the hospital sunday. but she elected to stay another night and be close to her husband. 16 regular season games and three playoff rounds-- are in the books. now-- only two teams are left standing. and one of them-- is no stranger to the post season spotlight. quarterback tom brady lead his new england patriots team to a dominant win against the pittsburgh steelers last night. the pats jumped ahead early and never looked back. 36- 17 was the final. brady now getting ready for his seventh superbowl game. the patriots now on their way to the franchise's 9th
seventh one for tom brady. and a very tough opponent will be waiting for the patriots when they arrive in houston. the atlanta falcons steamrolled over the green bay packers. this game was not exactly a nail-biter. atlanta quarterback matt ryan torched the green bay secondary-- racking up 392 passing yards, 4 touchdowns, and no picks. reciever julio jones-- finished with 9 receptions, and 2 touchdown catches. 44-21 was the final. now-- the falcons are heading to the superbowl. no matter who wins-- history will be made in two weeks. with a win-- tom brady will break the record for most superbowl wins for any quarterback i
win-- it will be the team's very first superbowl victory. coming up. metro weighs in on controversy over inauguration crowd numbers. why one official calls president trump's estimate very "unlikely". plus.. the second suspect run through the mall after that shooting took place. he continued to shoot as he ran." shopping mall shoot-out. armed thieves and good samaritans trade shots-- as shoppers run for their lives. the details.. coming up.
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mom washed our clothes. credibility as handymen. one wash with tide pods and we're right back where we started. we look like catalogue models! who trusts a clean handyman anyway? we can't look this good! dinge is the dirt the bargain detergent can't get to. tide pods can. move into the region tonight. there is a wind advisory in effect for howard, frederick, montgo
prince georges, calvert, charles, and st. mary's counties from 5 am to 4 pm monday. wind gusts are expected to reach 40 mph, with some locally higher gusts. rain will come down heavy late sunday night and into monday morning. the heaviest rain looks to fall between 1 am-1 pm monday. watch for localized flooding especially in poor drainage areas. as the ground is very wet, and the gusty winds pick up, please be on the lookout for falling trees and branches. i think most of us will see at least .50"-1.0" but, by the time we get into tuesday some of us could have received 2" of rain. a rumble of thunder is not out of the question, but i do not expect severe weather to be part of this story.
marches protesting president-elect donald trump. protests took place yesterday in more than 600 locations around the world. officials say more than 400-thousand demonstrators rallied in new york city.. and there were even more protesters here in d.c. eleven-and-a-half million "womensmarch tweets were sent around the world. there was even a small protest in antarctica! metro's general manager i
employees for their efforts during the historic weekend. the inauguration and the women's march were a major test for metro. and officials say the transit agency exceeded expectations. they say saturday was the second busiest day in metro's history. anna-lysa gayle has more. united airlines planes are flying again.. after being
all of united's domestic flights were grounded for more than two hours last night. officials say an i-t glitch caused the problem.. but it was later resolved. international flights were "not" affected. a warning now.. about a scam targeting homes and businesses in the coldest months of the year.. scammers posing as utility employees are calling people, and threatening to cut off electricity if they don't pay. one man who was targeted lost nearly two-thousand dollars. he says he didn't realize it was a scam until it was already too late. power companies nationwide are sending out warnings, saying these scams are spreading. the federal trade commission says if you receive a call that seems suspicious, hang up and contact your provider. and remember.. your electric company will never ask you to load money onto a pre-paid card.
at xx time for weather. toss to eileen as we end the weekend and kick off the work week, the weather is rather active. heavy rain and gusty winds move into the region tonight. there is a wind advisory in effect for howard, frederick, montgomery, fairfax, d.c., prince georges, calvert, charles, and st. mary's counties from 5 am to 4 pm monday. wind gusts are expected to reach 40 mph, with some locally higher gusts. rain will come down heavy late sunday night and into monday morning. the heaviest rain looks to fall between 1 am-1 pm monday. watch for localized flooding especially in poor drainage areas. as the ground is very wet, and the gusty winds pick up, please be on the lookout for falling trees and branches. i think most of us will see at least .50"-1.0" but, by the time we get into tuesday some of us could have received 2" of rain. a rumble of thunder is not out of the question, but i do not expect severe weather to be part of this story.
ended with a running shootout inside a crowded mall. investigators say one of the thieves shot and killed a man who tried to intervene, as the gunmen tried to escape. then, another shopper took out his gun, and wounded that suspect. the other gunman fled on foot-- firing as he ran. three bystanders were hurt in the exchange of
gunfire... just a few hours ago-- police say they arrested the gunman who escaped on foot. both suspects have been charged with capital murder and aggravated assault. there is much more ahead on good morning washington. coming up at the top of the hour. reach for that rain coat because you are waking up to a mess out there. our stormwatch weather team is monitoring this nor'easter.. and will break down your hour by hour forecast..
a nor'easter is pushing through bringing with it high wind and heavy rain! prepare now before you head out the door. this is the same system blamed for more than a dozens deaths down south. good morning washington i'm jummy olbanji in for larry smith. and i'm autria godfrey. let's get right to stormwatch7 meteorologist veronica johnson as we prepare you for the day ahead.