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>> prepare yourself for this morning. it really feels like a late fall day. temperatures are in the 40's, but when shells are in the 30's. herndon, virginia coming in at 42. d.c. at 43. those wind chills in the mid and upper 30's this morning. the rain is pulling on out of here, and we certainly got quite a bit of it. winds will continue to come down, this is a look at 10:00 this morning. tests will be about 20 to 25 miles across the area. around 60
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we are checking 8 -- we are tracking a slight warm-up. roads, a lot going on a, especially for those trying to make their way along beach drive. of the are closing the highway. john gonzalez headed them momentarily. crash, southbound onto 86. that is the fairfax county parkway. only the left side of the parkway is able to get by. windsy the bay bridge -- gusting anywhere from 40 to 49 miles per hour. that is our traffic watch. back in the next 10 minutes with another update. >> we are seeing snow falling in parts of maryland. winter is knocking on the
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doorstep. more breaking news this morning, the actor who said kevin spacey attacked him, and
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announcer: you are watching good morning washington. -- good morning, washington. >> disturbing allegations against kevin spacey. fellow and put -- fellow actor anthony rapp told busby -- buzz feed space he made advances on him when he was 14 years old. app said he was able to get away. seven space he posted on twitter he does not remember the actor, but if he did behave that way, the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply appropriate -- deeply inappropriate behavior. >>
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coming up in nine minutes, more allegations against harvey weinstein, including a potential cover-up. what one of his accuser says weinstein did just one day before the new york times article that set off this firestorm. >> those two women adrift at sea for five months are back on u.s. soil. arrived at the u.s. naval base in okinawa overnight. they spoke about the moment based on the ship that would rescue them. we got this. in the hole of the situation, this turned out to be one of the 10 greatest moments of my life. >> would love to know what the other nine are. >> she joked she has never been paying more -- never been more grateful paying taxes. >>
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this week, attorneys suing mgm resorts because of that shooting in las vegas. they will be inspecting the festival grounds for the first time. that would allow equipment on the ground to be released, as well. where stephenm paddock opened fire, and jim says it has no plans to open that again. a transgender teen will be one of the teens honored at the kennedy center. the aclu fired a federal lawsuit on his behalf over the teenagers high school rest -- restroom policy. he is since graduated, but is hoping to change the school's policy. >> there is already snow falling . one of the big concerns of winter is your car. do you really need to spend the cash to winterize your ride? worse you think of a fe
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car on a cold winter day, turning on the ignition, and that is why mechanics say this time of the year is the best time to give your car a checkup. to make sure it makes it through the toughest season of the year on your car. seeing percent .ff seasonal maintenance much money offat their usual rate. a lot of these places are just advertising come ons to bring in customers so they can find a something else wrong with the car. >> ignore the specials and take your car to your personal mechanic. forou can do it yourself very little money. here is a car winterizing checklist. first, drain your cooling system and add a new anti-freeze. replace the wiper blades,
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and look at your battery and clean the connecting cables corrosion. >> good advice. almosting ahead, october done, november on the way, you are saying it is a little warmer than usual. of the datat some from climate prediction center, it looks like the eastern third of the country will be milder than average. even though we are being hit by days like today, as a whole, it will be milder than average. that means more time to winterize your car. it is not too bad outside. let us talk about traveling for today. on the roads, a little gusty. we are seeing the rain head out of here into delaware. slick patches to watch. gusty conditions through areas of the northeast and new england. if you're going to be flying to
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new york, you may want to call your carrier. boston is wet. for today, this is for clock in the afternoon. quiet through pennsylvania all the way down towards north carolina. atsday, not much of a change all, but wednesday, the next weather system comes in. we will start to see a few scattered showers around here. our forecast for today is cold and windy. big awakening this morning, different from yesterday. 52 degrees at lunchtime today. we have sunshine, you can grab your sunglasses and warm jacket. tomorrow, we dropped to about 50 degrees. there are going to layer optic in terms of what to wear. nice, and may be long sleeves. if you'
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is pretty good. mummy, that is pretty good. >> we had a number of problems with trees on the highway. lanes are blocked each way a long beach drive. john gonzalez headed to the scene. inorcycle crash reported downtown a silver spring. we also have problems in virginia. a number of areas where the wires are down. here atin virginia terminal road. stay to the left. on 395 northbound, 13 minute ride it to the 14th street bridge. that is our traffic watch. i'm back in the next 10 minutes. new this morning, teachers more st
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ever. the new study overnight, and why teachers are feeling the pinch more than they ever have. and what did someone find at an m mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. female narrator: what would john adams do to women's health? adams argued before the supreme court to give employers control over your access to birth control. adams also supports giving employers the power to block access to affordable contraception for 1.6 million virginia women. and adams opposes abortion even in cases of rape, or incest. john adams: wrong for women's health. wrong for virginia. stepping into the unknown, it can be difficult to find the way. but with the compassion and strength of a name, and the security of the cross and shield, obstacles... become openings. as we have for more than 75 years,
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>> you are watching "good morning washington," on your side. liningmore allegations up against harvey weinstein. rose mcgowan saying that he offered her $1 million in hush money. >> in this morning's "gma" first tok, and actress opening up "the new yorker," saying that harvey weinstein violently raped her in the 1990's and sexually harassed her repeatedly. "the newalso speaking out, dary. known for her iconic roles in "wall street" and open up splash."
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recounting incidents that occurred in the early 2000's. weinstein has denied any allegations of nonconsensual sex recounting incidents that occurred in the earlyby any acc. coming up at 7 a.m., we will hear from designer donna karan and her first interview since she defended him on the red carpet. it's a robin roberts exclusive.
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to get you to work and school on site. a 12-year-old attempting to click -- commit suicide claims the life of a local college student in the process. autria: a major breach of security for queen elizabeth. what authorities uncovered on a computer memory stick just lying on the street. little bit scary. larry: hope your monday morning is off to a good start. let's get a check on your forecast from veronica johnson. the wind is really whipping and delivering some of the coldest air we have had to deal with in quite some time. frostburg university, the kids ip able to make the a small sno. they picked up an inch of snow in the higher elevations around here. we have got -- we got a lot of rain overnight, it's now exiting the area. of the bus stop this morning and we will see temperatures almost as cold for
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start, thursday and friday, will go up, feeling better around here. woodbridge, 61 for a high temperature. washington, 59 to 58. the lowest temperatures will occur today for all of the work week. thursdaywashington, 59 and fridd conditions again, we will be back in the 70's and we will talk about how much rain we could get in the middle of the week, coming up. a number ofill find problems on the highways. on the outer loop, a 41 minute ride from college park towards 270, checking for a crash. 42 minute ride headed west. authorities checking for that on wayne avenue, wires closing beach drive, john gonzalez headed in this
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will be with us headed from the scene. theill update the ride on beltway in college park. autria? developing right now, a tragedy on developing right nowa tragedy on interstate 66. larry: a driver killed after a 12-year-old jumps from an overpass. suzanne kennedy is live. suzanne: this is the overpass where it happened. as you can see, there really is no barrier to prevent anyone from jumping onto i-66. that's what happened saturday afternoon. the boy attempting to take his own life by leaping from the bridge. marissa harris killed by the impact as she was driving her car eastbound. she was a 22-year-old graduate student at marymount university studying political counseling. her boyfriend was a passenger and was able to grab the wheel and steer the vehicle onto the shoulder. he was not injured. authorities are not releasing any further details about the 12ea
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charges. father. with harris's said chu was a caring person who wanted to just help people like the young man whose actions ultimately led to her death. suzanne kennedy, "morning washington." autria: a major concern out of london, a usb memory stick carrying security information from the airport, found on the street. route thatils on the takes, including escape routes. the man who found it plugged it into a library computer. state officialstoday, will meet in virginia to discuss the possibility of possessionzing the of
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commission will present the findings of the recent study and it could be due legislation in 2018. that: a new survey shows the mental health of teachers is declining due to job stress. speaking of politics, 86% of the nearly 5000 educators surveyed say that they did not feel perspective i the education secretary, betsy devos. 61% say that their work is often stressful and sleep plays a factor, with 71% of teachers say they managed only five have week in. the education department has yet to comment on these findings. throw on another cup of coffee. could this be the future of the cake up -- k cup? pot.ly disposable coffee the lid is would pulled. the mesh is a fabric made from plant fibers. the rain its
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now to a consumer alert. with black friday one month away, many shoppers are looking into what they hope to grab in a deep discount. four k tv prices will hit record with 60 inch sets at 350 dollars. iphone seven's will be as low as one dollar with a contract. gamers, last year's xbox one and playstation for will be as low as $179. larry: deals to be had up there. four k tv, that's gamers, last . adrianna: apple says that preorders for the new smartphone was off the charts. you were supposed to be able to get it i the end of november, soto
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are being told not to expect the phone until december. fixer upper stars chip and joanna gains, rebuilding homes damaged by hurricane harvey. no word on how long they will be in town. what is more important than getting your cheeseburgers done right? the google ceo says that he's dropping everything to fix the cheeseburger emoji. you can see that the cheese is under the patty. google, get it right. autria: is that wrong? you put your cheese on top of the meat? larry: got to put it on top. autria: mi the only person? i don't care, as long as it's not a soggy bun, right? doesn't matter at all. one other thing, the video around the apple iphone x, hurt -- i grow you saw, her dad was fired because of that mistake. big mistake
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his, everybody's. autria: vj, where you put the cheese on your burger? veronica: i don't care, really. those are the same people who need to have a divider in their plate. [laughter] larry: wow. [inaudible] mean, come on. well, i don't like it when my 50's touch my 60's and that's what we have on the map this morning. moving into d.c. this morning, but by the end of the work week we will be back in
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independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam nt to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say i would tolerate anyone hurting a child is despicable.
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the veronica: the wind advisory -- veronica: the wind advisory continuing through culpeper this morning. temperatures are not bad, relatively low. upper level, 30's out west. this morning. temperatures are not bad, relatively48 is the average befe wind, which is why it feels so much colder. it will be between 40 and 45 degrees for the morning rush and as we get into the lunchtime, 54 for a temperature with the wind easing around 50 degrees by the afternoon and evening rush with the sun setting at 6:10 and more rain coming for the work week. julie: on the roads, motorcycle crash along wayne avenue. to getpolice direction by there. we are
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multiple vehicles involved in the incident with fire and rescue units responding to the scene. on the inner loop, beach drive, close off after 410 due to wires down across the highway. back in 10 minutes, we will update the ride in 10 minutes. larry? larry: ryan hughes, what are you working on this morning? ryan: speculation is swirling after the first charges were
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>> you are watching "good morning washington," on your side. larry: breaking news now, beach drive is shut down. autria: john gonzalez is on the scene. first it was canal road, and now this? john: absolutely right. take a look, this is what each drive looks like at this hour. this is in maryland, right as you get into d.c.
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tree down in the roadway and we are told by the crews here that it was not a major tree or a massive tree, but it was down across the roadway and they had to clean it up quickly and you can see they are trying to clean up the area, trying to get everything back up and running before morning rush-hour gets really busy. we have seen this throughout the area. a lot of downed trees and downed power lines, so much rain yesterday and overnight and the heavy winds creating a lot of problems this morning around the d.c. area. larry, autria, back to you inside. larry: right now thousands are in the dark as the wind and the rain knockout the power in d.c.. power, anithout increase of about 1000 in the last 45 minutes. pepco, 2300 outages. takea:
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live look at a traffic camera in western maryland, and that is snow on the ground. we are tracking the forecast we are tracking the forecast around-the-clock, be sure to grab the free stormwatch weather app for the latest information. larry: the first arrested the russia investigation. autria: president trump responding with a firestorm of tweets. ryan hughes is following it live for us in alexandria. isn: autria, mueller monday trending and speculation is swirling. so many people closely watching to see who the first person that will be charged in this ongoing investigation is to read all weekend long, media crews have been stationed here outside the home of paul manafort. his former campaign chairman has just one ofcrutiny, several high-profile names to be tossed around, but it is not known who the target is of this indictment just
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a grand jury approved the charges in this investigation mueller.bert the charges are still sealed under orders from a federal judge tear he we don't have too many details, but mueller was appointed in may to oversee the details and last year's presidential election, including the possibility of collusion between people associated with the trump campaign manager russian operatives. the president has adamantly denied any cooperation with russia or any wrongdoing, calling it a witch hunt and over the weekend in angry tweets he pointed his name at hillary clinton and once again denied having any involvement with russia. it's a waiting game now to see who the first person is that will be charged. live in alexandria, ryan hughes. we now know that navy officials are investigating.
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a soldier died at the u.s. embassy when he was reportedly strangled. two seals have been questioned, but so far no charges. spacey,kevin apologizing for inappropriate behavior with a teenage lloyd. ofhony rapp accused him being an appropriate with him 30 years ago. space he said that recent events have encouraged him to address his life andabout come out as a gay man. a historic alexandria church, trying to be your out where to move to plaques in its sanctuary. been up since 1870, 1 honoring george washington, the other robert e lee. larry:
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happening today, a viewing will be held for john burns, who died last week after a sudden medical emergency at the firehouse. a funeral for him is set for tomorrow and the procession will leave from buoy passing company 33, his former firehouse on the way to his final resting place. cubs bench coach, dave martinez, rocking the curly the nationals new manager terry the deal is reported to be a three-year contract that will full-timehe seventh manager for the nats since 2005. game five of the world series can only be described as epic. you sawissed it, -- if it, you're sleepy. [laughter] larry: summit of right here, watch as the small lands. >> we are trying again. larry:
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pyrotechnics, people online are going nuts after it appears the george springer's springer'sll home run ball exploded. it didn't. the game didn't wrap up until 1:30 this morning. a thrilling 13 to 12 win in the 10th inning. one game away from winning it all, tomorrow night in los angeles. it didn't end until 1:30 this morning, what a game. are you wrapping up with some cash to give away? that's right, color number seven at 703-528-7334, $100 is calleright now, just the number seven. good luck to you. guess what? if you don't win today, we will have another chance for you to win tomorrow right here. giving that money away from the paxton manner? autria:
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that's right, we will all be coming to you from there and it is a hollow wean spectacular that is apparently pretty terrifying. veronica: we will all be in costume? autria: we will all be dressed up, make sure that you tune in, the whole crew will be out there. veronica: we are all kind of dressed up in layers this morning trying to stay warm. , at thed, windy chesapeake bay bridge they had some wind restrictions. this is around savage west of frostburg. the road is now clear, you can see things moving with snow on the ground, no snowfall and out west right now. that's western maryland in delawaretill wet and in new jersey and even around philadelphia and new york city. watch for slick spots on area
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hour as we start to dry out. andrews,nt race gusting to 36 miles per hour, the wind will start to the ease, 51 is your temperature at 11 a.m. this morning. at least we will have a lot of sunshine in the area. light wind for trick-or-treaters tomorrow evening. 51 degrees at 8:00, a bit more of a crescent moon, kind of a creepy forecast. pretty good, considering how much rain we have had in that it for tomorrow. julie, i will tell you why a lot of folks will be embracing the upcoming weekend. julie: we have hands full of problems on the outer loop after route seven, costing you 16 and travel time. stay to the right to get high.
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the wires are down here along my info, shut down since the start of the show. and overturned vehicle here in germantown, remaining closed off because of not only the overturned vehicle of multiple vehicles involved in the crash scene. you will find that there is a motorcycle crash at wayne avenue in downtown silver spring with each drive shut down after 410 and wires across the highway. i will be back in the next 10 minutes to update your ride along 495 and in montgomery county, but right now let's say good morning to our pet of the day. down there in stafford county, she's cute as a button. big thanks to tracy for sending us this beautiful shot of her little puppy. abcup the feature on our seven news app, who knows, we could be talking about your pooch or your kitty tomorrow. kidd: kathy griffin taking on hollywood
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over the weekend, posting a video that most people didn't , but i17 minutes long watched it for you to reissue went on a rant attacking harvey levin from dmz for being a trump supporter. andy cohen for doing drugs. and executives at cnn and nbc she claims didn't have her back at her -- during her time at the networks and claims she was unfairly treated by the media and the government during the president trump photo scandal. autria: let me get this right, she put up a photo of herself pretending to decapitate the president of the united states and she is shocked and donned that people didn't have her back? wanted to make sure i have that right. kidd: at least both sides are blaming us. autria: yup. kidd: there you go. interesting story. look, if you watch the video -- autria: thank you for sparing us. kidd: i feel that for her at this point. when you see a pso
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family or friends, this person is desperate for attention and you can kind of see it in the video. in that sense i feel bad for her . most people would have a sense let's talk about this one-on-one. larry: whenever i watch her i get the sense that she is desperate for attention. helped her toohen get mainstream and now she is dumping on him? kidd: after 7:00, more on selena gomez and justin bieber having breakfast. and whose family is not happy? larry: interesting. autria:
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good morning, america. breaking news, a powerful storm lashing the northeast with hurricane-force wind gusts and torrential rains triggering flash flooding. stranding drivers in high water. knocking out power for 900,000. now the warning for your morning commute and the system's track right now. special counsel robert mueller poised to bring the first criminal charges in the russia investigation. arrests could come as early as this morning. president trump calls it a witch-hunt again. who will be caught in the crosshairs? breaking overnight, stunning allegations against kevin spacey. an accuser coming forward saying the actor made a sexual advance on him when he was 14 years old.

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