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alison: white house infighting at a fever pitch. the bombshell >> now, abc 7 news at 11:00, on your side. jonathan: first, a shocker and all the talk on capitol hill, the shocking full girth phrases describing top officials within the white house, all from white
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anthony scaramucci. tweet, he is admitting to using "colorful language" and says he will stop, but the shockwaves have begun. nancy chen has all of the report. nancy: a lot of people talking about this one. anthony scaramucci tweeted a short time ago he made a mistake talking to the reporter. the reporter he was referring to works for "the new yorker." during the report which was on the record, he threatened to fire the entire communication staff to stop leaks. he also took aim at trump's chief of staff reince priebus, calling him a paranoid schizophrenic. steve chief strategist bannon, it is so sexually explicit that we cannot repeat it on air.
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priebus glacially prevented them from joining the administration until now. jonathan: thanks for that. late nightht now, a for lawmakers on capitol hill as they try to make headway on health care. jonathan: this started an hour ago. there will be two hours of debate on the so-called skinny bill that repeals the individual mandate and the employer mandate. it is not clear if it will advance. there is a long night ahead for lawmakers. one senator even brought a pillow and there are cots nearby. alison: that's never a good sign. the senate also approved a package of sanctions against russia, iran, and north korea. those targeting moscow are partly a punishment for election meddling. the senate vote was 98-2. earlier today the house passed a spending bill that includes a $1.6 billion down payment for the border wall with mexico.
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opposition in the senate. get breaking news from the hill at your fingertips by signing up for text alerts at wjla.com /text. jonathan: breaking news from alexandria, a 17-year-old has been arrested and charged with shooting three people in a car in del rey. all three victims are expected to recover. the police are not releasing the suspected gunman's name because of his age. the gunfire happened just two blocks from the scene of last month's ballpark shooting. we also want to get the stormwatch alert. a lot of folks will be affected this weekend. the entire d.c. area is under a flash flood watch starting tomorrow afternoon. alison: steve rudin joins us now with the timeline. a lot of rain headed our way? steve: and it arrives late tomorrow afternoon into the evening. a few showers on the radar not amounting to a whole lot more through the overnight. a little break in the action.
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flash flood watch, the entire metro, including the district, arlington, alexandria, all of southern maryland, stretching all the way to western maryland. heavy rain late tomorrow come into the overnight. threebe looking at one to inches, maybe even more, but the time this system exits. we could be looking at power outages for parts of the area with gusty wind. i will give you the timing, a fresh look at futurecast, and what to expect next week. i promise it will be a lot better. police atexpect more a popular trail in fairfax county after a woman was stabbed in the neck by a complete stranger at 7:30 this morning not far from the vienna fairfax metro station. the police have the disturbing details. the woman was walking to work and looks like the attack was completely unprovoked. the woman will recover.
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see extra patrols, starting at 7 a.m., happening as early as tomorrow. alison: breaking news, just minutes ago the fairfax county school board voted to change the tuart highe.b. s school in falls church. named after a confederate general, the subject of debate. melissa dipane has been at the meeting for. tell us about it. melissa: the school board voted to change the name of j.e.b. stu art high school and the process will begin this fall. it has been a very heated debate. many say that the name is southern heritage, others say it is demeaning and offensive. have a listen. >> i talked to another of my students
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, they worked hard, they deserved it, but it's sad. to embraces up to us the change and work on getting a new name for our school. live, theack community will be involved in the final decision of the name change. the school board is hoping that folks will consider a short title called stuart high school. melissa dipane, abc 7 news. alison: this is not the only inool named j.e.b. stuart in virginia. there is a middle school and elementary school. a stabbing, house fire, and police officers injured in woodbridge. anna-lysa gayle was first on the scene and joins us with the latest. anna-lysa, what's happening? anna-lysa: jonathan, when we first got here there were officers and firefighters surrounding the entire street, focused on that house.
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figure out what happened to cause the fire and what led to the stabbing. onke billowed from a house east longview drive just before afternoon as the police rushed in to find a woman who was stabbed. >> we gave her medical treatment. she was flown to a hospital. a man was taken into custody shortly after. family members say he suffers from the dull health issues. >> it appears to be a relationship between the victim and suspect. anna-lysa: the stabbing came as a surprise, describing the community as a quiet family environment. >> never had a problem, never, never, never. the woman who was stabbed is expected to survive. two of the three officers who suffered smoke
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trying to help her are still at the hospital tonight. ramirez has been charged with malicious wounding. anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. jonathan: a heads up for parents about a suspicious incident in leesburg. the police say that a nine-year-old girl was approached and followed by a woman. the police had the driver told the child her mother had been injured. she offered to give her a ride to the hospital to see her mom. the child was suspicious and smart and walked away. she told the police the car followed her, then eventually drove off. alison: disbelief, rage, and i come in northeast and a vigil held for a man who was shot to death while walking his dog on the anacostia trail yesterday morning. as richard reeve reports, the police still do not know who did it or why. richard: prayers and candles at this gathering. family and friends celebrating
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and he loved his dogs. richard: walking his dogs on the anacostia trail wednesday morning when a gun man on a bike open fire. >> hurt, mad, angered. why would someone do this to him? richard: the police say that williams, a professional dog trainer, was shot multiple times. >> a senseless act of violence. richard: was this targeting, a random crime? the police do not know. >> we have to say no more when another black life is taken. a vague only description and people hoping for answers amid their grief. >> this flame will burn in our hearts forever. richard: in northeast washington, richard reeve, abc 7 news. jonathan: a 7 on your side update, the nhtsa expanding its investigation into ford explorer suv's.
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leak into the cabin, causing exposure to carbon monoxide. the agency says it has nearly 800 complaints about this issue for stop federal investigators are working with the police departments that use those suv's for patrol units. 7 on your side first reported on this issue last week. all over thes country are doing extra inspections after yesterday's deadly thrill ride accident at the ohio state fair. astanders watched in horror the fireball ride went out of control, throwing several people to the ground. seven people were hurt, one person was killed, and 18-year-old, who had just enlisted in the marine, preparing for basic training. abc news spoke with people who were next in line for the ride. >> we were watching this and what was going through your mind? >> i grabbed my sister and said that could have an us. >> we heard people screaming. alison: the fair
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all rides will be shut down pending an investigation. records show that the fireball passed inspection yesterday morning, hours before the accident. jonathan: consumer headlines, an apple classic is about to go extinct. the iconic item that will be off the menu. plus -- he uses this to try to dodge a dui. the stunning deal that he tries to make caught on tape.
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if you want to save 15% percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. next! ♪ next! jonathan: yes, i know it is thosein the evening, but are live pictures of the senate floor. they are talking about what to do about obama careful stop a so-called skinny bill is up for debate. some lawmakers are ready to spend the night. for updates,a.com and tune into "good morning washington" at 4:24 to find out what happened. alison: president trump today honored five police officers who
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ambush last month. they received the public safety medal of valor, the highest award possible, at a ceremony at the white house. theident trump presented awards to the capitol police officers who were wounded in the shooting and three alexandria police officers. 14the assault on june reminded us that evil exists in this world. but it also reminded us that heroes walk among us. that love triumphs over tragedy. and that our resolve is stronger than ever. trump said the officer saved many lives by braving the gunfire and taking out the shooter. majority whip steve scalise, would it in the shooting, was just released from the hospital yesterday. victims of the tornado on kent island this week have a place to go for help. the state has opened a disaster
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elementary school where residents can apply for aid from several government agencies. for more information, it's on our website, wjla.com. alison: stunning new body camera video from oklahoma. the police pulled over a driver drunk enough to earn a felony dui charge. that is when he tried to pull rank. alison: the police told him he is not above the law, and tonight he has resigned from the city council. jonathan: it is official, final approval for apple to lease the carnegie library at mount vernon square. it will be transformed into a flagship location. apple has agreed to preserve the historic nature of the library while also being a center for modern technology. there is no
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could open, just now that we know it will open. and 7 on your side consumer news about apple. remember these little guys? they are becoming a thing of the past. apple is discontinuing the ipod nano and ipod shuffle. apple released its first versions of the classic media players in 2005. they stopped producing the ipad -- ipod classic in 2014. alison: starbucks is shutting te-va s t vona stores -- a-vanah stores. the closures impact 3,300 workers. now there is an app for tasty, celebrating its second birthday this month with an app, and a
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app. almost 2000 recipes are preprogrammed. jonathan: and they are fast. they may good recipes. this is miami beach. a firefighter jumped into the bay to help a distressed dog that was trying to swim. they used a backboard to hoist them from the water. a short time later, the joyful reunion as the pup found his owner waiting for him at city hall. wow. steve: now that is a lead-in to the weather. in terms of the temperatures, switching over to our stormwatch 7? do we have the feed, max 2, max 1? wouldn't you know it, our computer has crashed. what timing. let's see what we can do. we are good now? all r
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what's going on with what has not crashed. 87 degrees at reagan national airport. we are looking at satellite and radar. we are looking for a few showers, not amounting to a whole lot. it will stay dry as we move through the rest of the overnight. tomorrow morning, we will see temperatures in the upper 60's, lower 70's. will not stay there very long. the rapid warm-up through the morning, into the 80's. highs tomorrow eventually make it to 85 degrees. planner tomorrow, scattered showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours. some storms may contain heavier but thes, gusty wind, big story is heavy rain tomorrow night into early, early saturday morning. the latest update for you on the flash flood watch, including the district, all surrounding tonties, southern maryland, the west, the panhandle of west virginia and garrett county and
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rain, three and is of maybe even more if we have some of these cells that do not move fast. the freshly updated futurecast, it will be ok early in the morning, no worries for the rush-hour commute driving in. into the afternoon hours, showers begin to overspread the region. nothing that will amount to a whole lot. then as we move into the dinner time our, heavier rain sets up south of d.c. around fredericksburg. by 11 p.m. tomorrow, notice the heavy rains to the north and west of d.c. concentrate on the immediate metro. notice this heavy rain begins at about 1 a.m., tuesday a.m. it does not move for several hours, and that will likely allow for more significant rain totals inside the beltway. if this model holds true, we could be looking at a lot of rain. this is just an estimate.
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for the immediate metro. nearlydel wants to put five inches of rain at reagan national, lesser amounts to the south and west. bwi-marshall, hardly anything at all. further to the south may not see much rain. the broadbrush view, one to three and just for the metro area with heavier localized amounts. andforecast tomorrow saturday, showers and storms pretty much all day, 75 degrees. sunday, areas of rain, 75. not thearva beaches, ideal beach weekend if you have travel plans. days0 day outlook, weather friday and saturday, 85 friday, 75 saturday. we dry out a bit sunday. and look at next week. the citi open begins monday. it will be a great week for tennyson northwest d.c., temperatures in the
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start, then upper 80's, near 90 by the end of the week. alison: steve, thank you. this is a happy little five-year-old, enjoying his day at the ymca. jonathan: and it's a pro tip: giant has great prices on produce. raspberries for john... strawberries for amy... what's a jicama? thanks! take a fresh look at giant's produce prices.
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giant has unbelievable produce prices. so you'll never have to choose between your favorites. i thought i was your favorite. take a fresh look at giant's produce prices. alison: tonight, one richmond area family is making up for lost time following a military deployment. jonathan: a dad surprised his son after returning home from overseas. master sergeant dakota winters just returned from a 10-month deployment to kuwait. yesterday he surprised his son while he was playing ball at the ymca for stop watch this. >> hey,. buddy. >> wait! hi! >> hi. can i get a hug? jonathan: moments after the reunion, he reminded his dad
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lego volcano when he got back home. with the weather were
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>> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. camp: day one of training in richmond in the books for the redskins.
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the morning and in the afternoon. the big story, kirk cousins addressing the media for the first time since signing the franchise tag for second straight season. after the redskins and cousins could not work out a long-term deal 10 days ago, the relationship has been under the microscope. there is a perception the skins quarterback is rolling the dice on himself again. cousins, though, does not see it that way. kirk: i don't know that i've ever bet on myself. i bet on the system. it has nothing to do with myself. i'm just going out and playing. in the off-season, the ball is but firmam's court, week one until week 17, the ball is in my court. that is where my focus is. scott: meanwhile, a record-setting day for the nationals against milwaukee at nationals park. the nats belted five home runs in the third inning, tying a major league record.
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the nationals got a total of eight home runs today, increasing their franchise record, as they blew out the brewers 15-2. the citi open tennis tournament hosted their kickoff party today at the ronald reagan building. the band they might be giants
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alison: we are preparing for the rain. yes, tomorrow the rain starts midday come heaviest tomorrow night into early saturday morning. the farmers market is not going to happen saturday. the weather alert days are both friday and saturday. could be looking at two to three inches of rain. oome models want to peg four t five inches. we will
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jonathan:. jimmy kimmel's next alison: have a good night.
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