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a nsa contractor facing federal charges for leaking classified documents to the media. the latest on the case, and reaction on capitol hill. good morning washington. - sun returns today; less humid - nice! - cloudy & cooler tomorrow - fantastic friday - 90s sunday through early next week today: partly to mostly sunny. less humid. breezy. highs: 77-80 winds: nw 5-15 mph tonight: increasing clouds. isolated showers. lows: 56-60 winds: n 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy to overcast. cooler. isolated showers, especially early. highs: 66-69 winds: ne 5-10+ mph
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we are following some breaking news this morning. police are
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double murder in maryland. sam sweeney is at the live desk with more details.. sam? adrianna, this double homicide investigation unfolding right now in montgomery village in a neighborhood just north of the montgomery county airpark. about 1045 last night neighbors called 911 for shotsfired. when police arrived they found 2 man dead inside the car. at this hour, police are still on the scene and they have not given us suspect information. this morning their is a 10,000 dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killers. suzanne kennedy is headed to the scene now. shell have a live report coming up at 5. at the live desk ss developing now this woman-- a nsa contrac
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facing years in federal prison. she's accused of leaking classified documents to the media. investigators say 25-year-old "reality leigh winner" removed classified material from a governement facility and mailed it to an online news outlet. this happened last month while she worked at international corporation, which is a government agency facility in georgia. we're told that she has worked there since february with a top secret clearance. the document she is accused of leaking is a classified national security agency memo pertaining to the russian hacking investigation. virginia senator tim kaine spoke out on the allegations. winner was arrested at her home in atlanta georgia. she's due back in court thursday.. as you know, president donald trump has previously stated that he is against any leaking of classified information, and has vowed to prosecute leakers. we are learning more about what lawmakers plan to ask former fbi director
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testifies on capitol hill thursday. word this morning- the white house will not try to stop it. so, you can expect to hear about comey's private conversations with the president. lawmakers will ask if the president wanted comey to pledge loyalty. and if comey was pressured to drop his investigation into fired national security adviser michael flynn. they will also ask if comey told the president- that he wasn't under investigation. washington is a-buzz as we await this big hearing. we've even heard of a d-c bar -- hosting a watch party. we will carry the entire hearing live thursday morning as it happens - right here on abc-7 - and on our sister station newschannel 8. special live coverage begins at 10 a-m. new details from the london terror attacks. two of the three terrorists have been identified. and british authorities are learning more about their lives, before they launched that de adly assault on pedestrians. abc's lana zak has more from northwest. a social media
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one of the nation's top colleges. nearly a dozen students now blocked from going to harvard, over controversial posts. the story br oke in the school's newspaper-- the harvard crimson. according to the paper-- the students were part of private facebook group, that shared explicit and hateful memes. the images reportedly mocked sexual assault, and targeted minorities. in response-- the school revoked their acceptance. the school released a statement saying in
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college reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission if an admitted student engages or has engaged in behavior that brings into question their honesty, maturity or moral character." a shocking opening day in the sexual assault trial of comedian bill cosby. what one of his alleged victims said-- when she took the stand, coming up.
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- fantastic friday - 90s sunday through early next week today: partly to mostly sunny. less humid. breezy. highs: 77-80 winds: nw 5-15 mph tonight: increasing clouds. isolated showers. lows: 56-60 winds: n 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy to overcast. cooler. isolated showers, especially early. highs: 66-69 winds: ne 5-10+ mph
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a brazen attack in the middle of a
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and the attacker was just getting started. coming up-- we'll show you how this all ended. rrator: "talways right to do what is right. ralph northam. army doctor during the gulf war. volunteer director of a pediatric hospice. progressive democrat. in the senate, he passed the smoking ban in restaurants, stopped the transvaginal ultrasound anti-choice law, and stood up to the nra. as lieutenant governor, dr. northam is fighting
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ralph northam believes in making progress every day. and he won't let donald trump stop us.
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police say the man on your screen, walked it and started throwing anything he could lift at another man who was eating inside. chairs.. tables.. napkin holders.. all went flying. then, the suspect throws the man to the ground and punches him repeatedly. police say they immediately recognized the suspect who lives nearby. he is now facing several assault charges. developing now.. we're learning more about the man behind yesterday's deadly workplace shooting in orlando, florida. authorities say john neumann shot and killed five employees at fiamma inc, before killing himself. neumann had been fired from the company in april, but it'
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for years. one woman says her sister was inside the business during the shooting, but wasn't hurt. the sheriff says neumann had a bad relationship with one of the employees who was killed. a neighbor says neumann told him he was broke. and he says neuman may have chosen yesterday to carry out the shootings, because his rent was due that day. the bill cosby sex assault trial resumes today in norristown, pennsylvania. the actor and comedian is charged with drugging and assaulting former temple university employee andrea constand back in 2004. dozens of women have made similar accusations.. but this is the only case to go to trial. yesterday, another alleged victim took the stand. prosecutors introduced her testimony in an attempt to show cosby had a "pattern" in his assaults. a defense lawyer told jurors..
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constand made up the assault. the attorney cited 53 phone calls she made to cosby after the alleged incident. and he said that showed she had not been attacked. cosby has denied any wrongdoing. this next story may make your skin crawl. city hall in augusta, maine is back in business today, after a disturbing incident. police say a man was angry he didn't qualify for housing assistance. so he walked into city hall and threw a cup filled with bed bugs onto a counter. workers say at first, they didn't know what it was-- then they took a closer look. and those bugs got everywhere. employees began scooping up and bagging any bugs they could see, but there were about a hundred of them. th
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shut down, and pest control was called in. it's unclear whether the man will face charges. we often hear about the most popular baby names of the year, but this morning we are taking a look at the other side of the coin. the people at "nameberry" have compliled a list of the most "un"-popular baby names in the u-s. here are just a few. for boys-- the list includes "kermit".. "gulliver".. "drummer".. "bard".. and "falconer". unpopular girls' names include "season".. "north".. "daffodil".. "diablo".. and "jocasta". experts from "nameberry" say at some point-- these names were used more regularly. but in 2016-- not a single baby in the u.s. was given any of
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not even one! at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - sun returns today; less humid - nice! - cloudy & cooler tomorrow - fantastic friday - 90s sunday through early next week today: partly to mostly sunny. less humid. breezy. hi
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tonight: increasing clouds. isolated showers. lows: 56-60 winds: n 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy to overcast. cooler. isolated showers, especially early. highs: 66-69 winds: ne 5-10+ mph
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apple is ready to take over your
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of speaking. we'll explain.. coming up. z2cpsz zi0z y2cpsy yi0y
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assistant arena. take a look. this is apple's new "home-pod" and it is designed to compete with amazon's "alexa" and the google home. the home-pod can play music, check news, and control other connected devices. when it goes on sale later this year- it'll cost about 350 dollars. there is much more coming up on the good morning washington at the top of the hour. we have breaking news in maryland, a double homicide outside an apartment complex.. we'll have a live update coming up. we'll be back.
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stronand restoringding a a father's faith.. it's standing tall after one surgery... not six. stronger is being a typical kid... despite a rare disorder. stronger is finding it earlier... and coming home sooner.
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until you find them. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger. me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam,aught and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war.
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and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia. county. a double homicide overnight. we're following the developing situation. plus - an n-s-a contractor busted - accused of leaking top secret documents. the crackdown from the f-b-i. and a warm and sunny tuesay- and we've got even better weather to come. what day this week eileen is giving a five-star forecast. good morning washington. toss to eileen - sun returns today; less humid - nice! - cloudy & cooler tomorrow - fantastic friday - 90s sunday through early next week today: partly to mostly sunny. less humid. breezy. highs: 77-80

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