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will release the names. >> this man was featured last year in a british documentary, "the jihadist next door." they may have been waiting to strike for several months. the possible inspiration, and isis message posted saturday calling on followers to use vehicles, guns, and knives during the holy month of ramadan. trying to wound out anyone connected to the attack that killed seven people and wounded 50. ofrowing eyewitness accounts saturday's scene now emerging. an italian freelance photographer capturing these chilling moments inside the market. from the harbor, stories of heroism. fending off aer knife wielding terrorist using just his baton. a canadian citizen the first of be dead to
identified. she moved to europe to be with her fiance. she died in his arms. her family writing in a statement, "she had room in her heart for everyone. oh -- for everyone. the mayor of london holding a vigil for victims today. lindsay: of course, stay with abc seven for the latest on the london investigation. get updates on the victims, and he knew identities -- any new identities of the attack victims or attackers on wjla.com. president trump took to twitter reasserting his call for a travel ban. those were his words, despite assurances by sean spicer that the executive order was not a travel ban.
right now, a live look at the white house, where the president is announcing plans to privatize air traffic control. supporters of this say several countries have already done so successfully. critics say it could potentially open the u.s. to another 9/11 style attack. again, the faa has pushed back against this idea. they have already spent $7.5 billion to update the system for managing air traffic. you can find out more about what the president had to say at wjla.com. just moments ago, the mayor signed an order committing washington, d.c. to the goals of the paris climate accord. what did she have to say? the mayor had things to say, and she is right here with me. you are here with tommy wells, director of the department of energy and the environment.
accord? >> we wanted to make it perfectly clear what the district's goals are. they are very robust and laid out in our d.c. energy plan. we also want to stand arm and arm with leaders across the globe, mayors across american cities and across the world saying that to the environment is a value we are willing to protect.and we make critical decisions regarding our environment, our infrastructure, our policy, that trajectorychange the in this city towards protecting our climate. >> how important our greenhouse gases? >> in washington, d.c., 74% of the greenhouse gases are caused by our buildings. the
benchmarking our buildings, being sure they are energy star buildings, and of course, the president is eliminated energy star in his budget, which is an important program, but it is through our commercial energy make a that we really difference. >> over 185 american mayors agree with us that we should stand with the paris agreement that was reached in 2015. we know such a significant amount of the world's population stands with it. the london on situation, what do you have to say? >> certainly, we are sad and outraged, just like all he's loving people. when terror strikes any people, es makes us all
preparedness level. our chief of police works with federal partners to monitor any and all intelligence. >> thank you very much. mayor merrier bowser and the director of the department of energy, tommy wells. turning to the weather, a bit of a gloomy start to the week. not a lot of sun out there. we are expecting a few showers. chief meteorologist doug hill is here with a look at your forecast. good afternoon, doug. covereddar shows as with rain. light rain for the most part. only a few pockets, enough to keep your windshield wipers on for the moment. that could change throughout the day. orfact, for the next three four days, we could haveai
leesburg, 75 in quantico. in annapolis, 68. 64 in the higher elevations. doppler radar, a lot of rain, but there are some breaks. when you look at this display, pay attention to yellow and red that correspond to heavier areas of rain. way pushes all the southwest across the mountains and part of the ohio valley. any heavy duty rain, heavy thunderstorms should stay south of the metro area. we are looking for the sunshine to break through it times. temperatures will probably remain in the upper 70's. there will be isolated showers and a few thunderstorms as well. we will check out the rest of the week and the next 10 days coming up in about 10 minutes. adrianna: just into our newsroom, new video
for the casino attack that left 37 people dead in manila last week. walkingows the suspect into the building and shooting into the air before setting gambling tables on fire. hobby or died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, -- he died of a self-inflicted gunshot went. 37 people died of smoke inhalation. multiple people are dead after gunfire it wrapped it in a business building in orlando, florida. six people, including the shooter, are dead. police says it is a work -- police say it is a work related incident. the shooting comes nearly a year since the gunmen opened fire at a nightclub in orlando. >> the individual in question is a former employee of this
he was fired in april of this year. whoas a former employee came back to the business this morning. in 2014, police say the suspected killer beat up one of his coworkers. no charges were filed. it's happened again, another oose found in the district, and people are saying enough is enough. marched,100 people rallied, chanted through the streets of southeast d.c. last night. they started at a church and ended up. this home. you can see it is under construction. this is where the latest noose was found in the district, and construction workers tell us about a month ago, just down the block, they were working on another house. take a look at
this is from a neighbor who took them. he said he could not believe he was seeing this with his own eyes. police aren't best to getting these incidents. no indication they are connected in any way, but the -- police are investigating these incidents. no indication they are connected in any way. but this is the fourth noose reported in the district. >> it is horrifying. didn't think much of it, but then i looked at the way it was draped and how elaborate it must have been for somebody to drape it over the post and hang it in front of the door. list anda sad unfortunately, one getting longer. africanone at the american museum. one on the national mall. school ine at a maryland. 219 euros
charged there. two 19-year-olds were arrested and charged there. adrianna: coming up, cosby in court, details on the first day of the comedians sex assault .rial plus, could we be on the verge of an nba finals sweep? the warriors taking a 2-0 lead over the cavs. we will have details of their dominating win. and wild images from the north. but first, a check on traffic. >> on the roads right now for midday, we are monitoring a metro bus accident in the district. heads up if you are heading to barnes and the howard university campus. this is where you will see
accident activity. also on d.c. to 95, the latest north and southbound on our traffic lane cameras. beltway delays. road construction in mclean right now tying up the outer loop of the beltway after the gw parkway, jamming us all the way back to river road. if you travel i-95 in virginia, an accident southbound at neil city. we will
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that in 2004 he drugged and sexually assaulted an employee. maggie rulli with the latest. cosby is facing his day in court, charged with felony aggravated indecent assault stemming from a claim in 2005 from a former temple university employee. while this is the only criminal case against cosby, more than 50 women have come forward accusing cosby. as america's favorite dad, he is accused of driving -- druggingdragging them and engaging in sexual misconduct. --erable legal expert multiple
one-year delay could raise questions in the jury's mind. the prosecution was hoping to bring forward a dozen other similaro have made claims, but the judge is only ing one accuser to take the stand. cosby denies all accusations, suggesting race, money, and revenge are fueling the claims. >> i have been in this business 52 years and i have never seen anything like this. one person we do not expect to hear from today is bill cosby himself. right now, the comedian says he has no plans to testify. just hours after the attack in london, ariana grande took the stage in manchester for a concert ben
the bombing two weeks ago. >> i love you guys so much. i think the community we are displaying is the medicine the world needs right now. >> we looked terror in the face and said no, manchester, the world is watching. , katyna: justin bieber perry and others all rocked the stage. organizers expect to bring in more than $2 million. check this out, incredible video of a tornado sweeping through alberta, canada. the storm happened friday. crazyt funnel crowd isn't enough, look at this picture. it went viral over the weekend. mightrnado looks like it be
really far away. i am looking at doug, looking at -- picture, and moving 30-40ing is miles per hour. that's when you get in your basement. here we are. beautiful weekend, sunshine, gorgeous, and now we are in a different pattern. it's going to be cool wednesday and then we set up for another nice, warm weekend coming up. 70 degrees, areas of light rain around. we are did texting them on doppler radar. not all of it is hitting the ground. areas in this presentation where we see yellow and bahrain jan read -- yellow and orange
and red, those are areas of light rain. the afternoon,gh there will be additional chances of showers and thunderstorms. right now, it looks like the best chance of thunderstorm stay to theuld south of the metro area. it will be cloudy with sun and showers. this afternoon, showers are a possibility, maybe a rumble of thunder. the biggest concentration late this afternoon will be well to the southeast. tomorrow, looks like it will be ok. getin cloudiness, but as we -- sunshine and cloudiness, but as we get into late tomorrow night, clouds and cool temperatures through the day on thursday. look at these highs. our average is in the low 80's, but it all turns around quickly as we head toward the weekend.
we get close to 80. we have the capital pride parade on saturday. maybe an afternoon storm. for the first part of next week. adrianna: a roller coaster. doug: that is summer weather. the golden state warriors have taken care of business, beating the cavs in game two of the nba finals. prince george's county native game-high 33with a points. seth curry with his first nba final triple-double. the warriors take this 132-113. coming up on abc 7 news at noon -- the
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,016, from syria to somalia mexico to afghanistan. they all had one cause, find truth and distribute it. journalists this year have perhaps faced more danger than ever before, isis chopping their heads off and reporters covering donald trump needing secret service protection. >> we call attention to the idea that journalists are at risk everywhere. i think it's important to draw attention that we are not seeing the numbers killed as previously. but we see a tone where journalists are labeled enemies of the people by the president of the united states. they are not. they are representatives of the people. they are ordinary people who make an ordinary living, live in their communities and represent their communities.
>> hey, everybody. on today's show, we've got some great contestants, great questions, and a great deal of money on the line, and it all starts right now. this is "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody, welcome to the show. you guys ready to play "millionaire" today? [cheers and applause] here we go. today's contestant--well, his rent's going to triple next month, so winning the million dollars will definitely help him stay in his home. from new york, new york, please welcome brian roland. [cheers and applause] brian, how you doing, man? >> i'm so good, thanks. >> good to see you. you're welcome. [dramatic music] ♪ >> all right, first of all, we won't out your landlord, but really, tripling your rent?