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>> i'm antwan lewis. mayor de blasio not ducking questions -- and he believes he is in the clear. >> it started off as an investigation into a pair of businessmen and some of the nypd's top brass. the investigation now includes the mayor and whether favors were done in exchange for large donations. both the saturday and sunday editions to of the new york post were loud putting the mayor in the middle of a federal investigation. this video from him at the greek parade today. he did not take questions from reporters. >> before i let you go -- >> he did appear on nbc's meet the press this morning with chuck todd who put him on the spot. >> was any money from your nonprofit used in your campaign? >> no, totally separate things. it was like affordable housing, pre-k for all. that was a separate entity that worked on those.
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mayor, his nonprofits and now the feds. but maybe most importantly, campaign finance law, the rules that limit how much you can donate to a political campaign. when investigators look into questionable behavior by two businessmen and some of the nypd, there was a line that led to de blasio. one of the men gave a max donation of $9,999 to his political campaign and $50,000 to his nonprofit, campaign for one new york. michael goodwin writes: ultimately, the issue is what, if any be, favor the donors got in exchange for the cash. >> you believe you're going to be totally cleared of anything with this. >> yeah, and there's -- we have no information about an investigation happening to begin with. >> last week the mayor returned the $9,900 political donation from one of the men. he also recently announced that the nonprofit, campaign for one new york, would fold saying the work was done. but it came as a surprise to many people.
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sounds like for him as well. >> to be continued. >> well, many braced today in coney island for a chilly and dreary weekend. we're finally starting to warm up outside. >> when will it start to feel like spring? audrey puente is here. hi, audrey. >> well, it looks like another chilly day across the tristate area, but not quite as brutal as yesterday with less wind and less in the way of precipitation. temperatures definitely below average for this time of year. our high numbers were mostly in the middle to upper 40s through the low 50s. poughkeepsie came in at 41, 49 in central park, 47 in islip and montauk checking in at 45 for a high temperature so far today. area wide we're still feeling a bit of a chill out there right now. we're still in the 40s and 50s, we've dropped to 48 in newark, 46 in sussex, and monticello checking in at 41 degrees. tonight's low numbers will drop into the 30s north and west of
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and sussex. we should bottom out at 40 degrees in bridgeport, so not quite as cold as last night when we dropped down to below freezing across much of the tristate area. we are seeing a warming trend happening over the next couple of days, but it means we're also going to see a change in sort of our weather pattern: we have drive conditions today, but than will be changing with the approach of a system that could spark off a shower north and west of the city through the evening, but most of the precipitation will hold off until tomorrow. it will not be a widespread rain tomorrow, but we will see lots of clouds and the threat of a couple of isolated showers on and off through the day. temperatures more comfortable, more seasonable this time of year. high readings mostly in the 50s across the tristate area. >> thank you, audrey. the clintons spending time with local african-americans in our city. >> they visited historic churches just a few days after the former president clashed
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>> this is one of the influential harlem churches that got a visit from former president bill clinton. he's taken to the pulpit to try to shape the narrative about his wife's record on race and crime. >> president clinton clarified his approach to policing before three harlem congregations, defending his 1994 crime bill which critics believe unfairly incarcerated a disproportionate number of african-american men. >> we need police reform, but we also need the police. one of the reasons that charlie helped me put another 100,000 plus police officers on the street was we wanted the people walking the streets in harlem, not riding around in these military-type vehicles that you see in other cities, and we wanted them to look like the people they were policing. >> he dialed back his tone last week in philadelphia while stumping for his wife. protesters challenged his crime
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>> i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent 'em out onto the street to murder other african-american children. maybe you thought they were good citizens, she didn't. [cheers and applause] she didn't. you are defending the people who kill the lives you say matter. >> after a church service, former new york state democratic chairman charlie king says some of it comes from a misunderstanding of how bad it was back then. >> it's hard to look at that bill through today's lens, and i think that's what president clinton's explaining now. >> democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton took her turn at the pulpit of the bethel church in jamaica, queens. >> my commitment to issues about how we work and live together is rooted deep in my experience and my heart. >> some in the harlem democratic
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real turn is voter apathy, especially after the record high turnouts and enthusiasm for president obama's historic election. lisa evers, fox 5 news. >> democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders took to his campaign in brooklyn today. >> the vermont senator held a rally where he spoke about the economy, climate change, public health and national security. the latest fox news poll shows senator sanders trailing hillary clinton by 16% among likely democratic primary voters here in new york. >> in the republican race for president, donald trump hit the campaign trail today. the gop front-runner held a rally in rochester. thousands of people attended. trump said he's looking forward to tangling with hillary clinton during his campaign for the white house. trump also blasted his rival, texas senator ted cruz, and criticized him for supporting the tpp. >> and as trump's opponents keep campaigning, john kasich and ted cruz are a distant second and third ahead of the new york and pennsylvania primaries.
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republican voters in both states support the billionaire. fox news says both republicans and democrats are preparing for contested conventions. the possibility for any candidate to clinch the nomination continues to fade. >> today many are mourning the death of former new orleans saints' player will smith who was shot and killed last night. >> authorities say he died of multiple gunshot wounds after what appears to be a road rage incident in new orleans' lower garden district. police say smith's car was rear ended by a humvee. words were exchanged, and hayes pulled out a gun and opened fire. 34-year-old will myth died at the scene, his wife was also wounded in the leg. >> at this time we do not have any information to suggest that they knew one another or that this was anything other than an accident that turned into a dispute, disturbance that turned violent. >> cardell hayes is facing second-degree murder charges. >> authorities in belgium say
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group originally planned a second attack on paris, but they decidedded to attack brussels because authorities closed in on some of the paris plotters. officials say the extremists were surprised by the speed of the progress in the investigation. belgian police arrested four men over the weekend who were charged in participating in murders. >> senator schumer wants to offer a cash reward to anyone offering tips on social media that might help prevent a terrorist attack. he's introducing new legislation that would require the state department to pay at least $25,000 for information leading to an arrest or conviction in a terror case. senator schumer says the current law does not specifically cover tips from social media. >> isis using social media to recruit and plan terror attacks, reaching disaffected lone wolves, the federal government has to do more to increase the number of public eyes on social media to prevent attacks.
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introduced later this month. >> the celebration of greek culture today in manhattan. >> we're going to take you to the huge gathering at the greek independence day parade. >> and netflix and chill is going to cost you more to do. why netflix is huging prices for millions of users. >> plus, the four-legged friends who found new families, when we come i've been a turkey farmer my whole life... and i raise turkey for shady brook farms . we don't use growth-promoting antibiotics, that's just the way things should be done. that's important to me. my name is glenn, and i'm an independent turkey farmer. (female announcer) shady brook farms . no growth-promoting antibiotics,
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>> you're watching fox 5 news at 6. >> thousands of people lined fifth avenue today for the annual greek independence day parade. mayor de blasio helped carry the greek flag along the route. >> nick gregory and mike woods broadcasting the event, greek pride on full, full display. >> shining over new york. we have a magnificent parade. we have thousands of floats, we can't ask for anything better. >> the career celebrates the greek victory over the ottoman empire back in 1829 -- >> and the establishment of an independent greece. gorgeous day. >> yesterday we had rain across the area, today the skies did clear, we had plenty of sunshine. temperatures, though, were still a little bit below average for this time of year.
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we hit that number about 3:00 earlier today, but the it was a cold start with a lot of our readings below the freezing mark this morning. we started off with a low of 31, and that was very close to the record set back in 1997. right now we're in the 40s across much of the region. it's 43 in islip, bridgeport at 49 although we're still in the 50s up towards poughkeepsie, 51 at the moment. things are relatively quiet, no precipitation across the region. but we will be seeing increasing clouds. the numbers we're currently seeing are slightly milder than this time yesterday, and we're going to look for a milder trend as we go further on into the week. winds did pick up overnight, so that kind of added to the chill if you weren't standing in the sun. look at our satellite and radar, clouds moving in from the west. there is some precipitation, but i think a lot of that is going to ride off to the north and kind of fall apart. we do have a system that is approaching us from the west, but i think it really makes its impact on tuesday.
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we could squeeze out a couple of isolated showers. but the main bands of rain won't get here until tuesday, and that's when we'll see a good, soaking rain across the region. temperatures milder tomorrow, high readings mostly in the 50s across the northeast here. readings expected towards the southeast, 80s across parts of dallas -- excuse me, parts of texas like in dallas and san tone e owe. cool air working in from the northern plains, but the west is still looking pretty nice. nice temperatures from boise right to vegas, and l.a. tomorrow will be just under 70 degrees for their high number. a look at our future cast shows tonight increasing clouds. we'll stay dry, maybe squeeze out an isolated shower north and west. tomorrow morning we'll see lots of clouds, there could be a couple of early morning showers up in the hudson valley. but throughout the day i think we'll stay mainly dry with a couple of isolated showers here and there. tuesday the frontal system begins to make its approach, so
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rainfall on tuesday. it'll be moving through the region and should be out of here by the evening commute. in fact, we'll probably see the sun before it sets on tuesday night. so in the meantime, increasing clouds tonight. the winds will continue to be pretty blustery. expect overnight lows mostly in the 30s, not quite as cold as last night. and then tomorrow we're going for temperatures at or above a little bit of average for this time of year. very few showers. the winds will continue to be blustery, and steady rainfall is expected for tuesday. that's when you need your wet weather gear handy. wednesday we dry it out, temperatures stay in the middle 50s for the middle part of the weekend and by the weekend, 60 degrees. we'll also have a mix of sun and shrouds, and we should stay relatively dry for the majority of the week once we get through this wet start that we're expecting the next couple of days. >> okay, audrey, thank you. >> well, millions of netflix users may not be feeling very chill when they get their next bill. the streaming service is raising its monthly fee for some
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>> fox 5's jen that mers tells us why. >> if you have netflix, chances are you'll soon be paying more to use it, and most people don't even know it's happening. 17 million subscribers, 80% of netflix consumer base, will see their rates go up starting next month. the how is a little complicated. in may 2014 netflix raised the price of its streaming plan for new customers to $8.99 a month. if you already had netflix, you were grandfathered many so you could keep the old rate of $7.99. as of next month, that's coming to an end. longtime subscribers will now have to pay $2 more to watch their favorite shows. >> certainly, as long as i've had it, it's been at that $7.99 price point. now they have original programming, making their own movies, so it's really the demand of that original programming. >> netflix's new rate puts them in the realm of amazon prime, but it's still not the priciest
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for example, a commercial-free package on hulu will run you $11.999 a month. but how much is too much? frank underwood, jessica jones and crazy eyes, are they worth the extra doughing? >> that seems like a lot more. >> but that's spotify's monthly membership for $8.99 a month. i think i would do it. >> on top of paying for cable. that seems like a lot. >> i think it's a convenience thing, but i think it's worth it. >> i think it's okay. i like netflix. at that price of $7.99, it was a bargain. >> reporter kelsey stealer says the vast majority of subscribers won't drop their plans. >> netflix is something everyone uses whether their friends are coming over, watching by themselves, everyone has to know what's going on with house of cards and everything. so i think people will talk but, ultimately, everyone's going to depend on it heavily. >> on the upper feast side,
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>> are you torn up about it? >> i don't think so. i think it's actually worth it. >> still a bargain. >> origin is the new black, breaking bad -- >> walking dead. me and my walking dead. >> everything's on it. >> we've got to get game of thrones there. >> i've got something for that. >> the aspca and the alliance of new york city's animals held the first paws parade. madison square park and marched to union square. many were able to find the perfect pet and to give that animal a loving, new home. >> duke is here now with a look at what's only coming up in sports. >> hello. matt harvey on the round.
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>> mets announced today jacob degrom will miss his start wednesday, meantime, harvey day at citi field against the phillies. the rubber game of this three-game series, mets wearing those '86 throwback jerseys. mets trailing 1-zip, sixth inning until cabrera hits this, and that is gone. and it is 3-0. just like that, phillies. but cespedes, he hits this home run here, and the mets9 are within 1, 3-2. but the mets would have to live to fight another day because, not good, they end up losing this game, 5-2 the final score. the yankees and tigers in detroit tonight, that game postponed because of inclement weather. and last night in boxing, las
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timothy bradley jr., unanimous decision. pacquiao says he thinks he's going to retire. he left the door kind of open right there. promoter bob abrams said that, well, we'll see what happens if there's a big payday involved. coming up tonight on sports extra presented by toyota, we, of course, have a big show. the final round of the masters -- this is epic, what's happening right now -- and, of course, we will talk hockey playoffs and more on the mets as well. sports extra at 10:30. >> all right, duke, we'll is see you then. >> you're a superhero. >> we're going to tell you who got knocked out of the top spot in the box office. why do so many businesses rely on the us postal service? because when they ship with us, their business becomes our business.
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>> well, there's a new boss at the box
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the melissa mccarthy comedy the boss took the number one spot this weekend, bringing in $23.5. >> because she's boss. batman v. superman went to the number two spot, bringing in $23.4 million, and rounding out the top three, disney's animated "zootopia" which brought in more than $16 million. >> looks like we are going to see dry weather tonight, but things changing as we go into the beginning of the week. increasing clouds coming in ahead of the system that is currently across the great lakes. temperatures warming up across our region, so we're just expecting rain to move in and not snow. as we go through the rest of the evening, there is the threat of an isolated shower in the area, but overall it'll just be windy and chilly with temperatures in the 30s. tomorrow lots of clouds in place, there could be a few passing showers, but it'll be windy and milder with high temperatures now moving into the
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on tuesday that's when i'm expecting a steady rainfall through the day. it'll be out of here by the evening commute. after that it turns drier, and temperatures will be more seasonable with our highs in the middle to upper 50s, closing in on 60,s which is exactly where we should be for this time of year, unlike this weekend. this week's going to feel a hot more like spring. >> wow, it's about time, right? [laughter] >> yes. >> that's all he's thinking about. >> the kids are going crazy. >> all right. that's going to do it for us at 6. thanks for watching, i'm antwan lewis -- >> and i'm christina park. hope to see you back here at 10. >> stay tuned, "inside edition"
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