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portion. we just got an update a little while ago. the hope here is they're hoping to have it cleared out of the way or at least get more of the lanes open, even if there's a piece of the truck left to get more than one lane open by 7:00. that should help ease it in terms of traffic. we're not sure yet. we'll keep an eye on it. with more on traffic, we send it over to melissa. >> good morning again. only the right lane is getting by. we're seeing read here near the jackknifed traffic trailer. top of the beltway, that's because of earlier crashes off to the shoulder. our other problem is this. b.w. parkway southbound here at 193 we have the left lane block. you can see the red here as you're approaching the beltway into town right now. 66 through manassas is your slowest spot. that's totally normal. 95 northbound through woodbridge. the sloeft spot is going to be
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through woodbridge. southbound lanes here. again, pretty normal for 6:00 a.m. chuck? >> thanks, melissa. outside we fweefbet a mostly cloudy sky. we had a lot of rain yesterday. most of the rain is gone. we're not completely done with the rain chance for today and your weather headlines. temperatures are on the mild side. we're in the 70s today. there will be a stiff breeze. that's the colder air that comes back into place. out ahead of it, actually cold front is back out to our west and generating showers. not sure they're going to, they'll be in town at about 10:00. mid 60s around washington. hometown forecast, plain virginia, west of town, near 60. a lot of wet puddles and leaves on the ground. be careful of thoechse.
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6:02 now. we're gathering new information about a pedestrian crash overnight. happened last night between richmond highway and bowel in alexandria. this morning metro's in the process of hiring neal cohen. adam tuss has broken the story on twitter. you should follow him because the story is changing day by day. he recently serve served as financial officer for atk aerospace. the hiring is expected to be official in the coming days. in just a few hours a jury is headed back in the truly of charles severance. he's accused of killing three people in alexandria before a period.
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just before going into deliberations yesterday afternoon, they reminded jurors there's no evidence linking him to the possible killings. this morning d.c. police are looking for whenever carried out a double shooting in the northeast. this happened on edson place around 6:30 yesterday. a woman died and a man was rushed to the hospital with a gunshot wound. we're working to learn his condition. police have not released any information on a possible shooter. >> happening today in prince george's county. they're going to hold a hearing on body cams and a recent spike in homicides. this is happens at the county administration building in upper marlboro at 1:30 this afternoon. we expect the full house to vote on the next speaker. john boehner's last day is tomorrow.
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the wisconsin representative needs 218 votes today to officially become speaker. there are 247 republicans in the house. marco rubio, why don't you resign, jeb bush, why have your numbers fallen? how about talking about the substantive issues. >> cnbc taking a lot of heat for last night's fw op debate. this morning the moderators almost more of a story than the candidates themselves. some questions were so pointed they t crowd booed before the candidates had a chance to answer. florida senator marco rubio called main street hillary clinton's super pac. >> do you want me to answer or do you want to answer? how do you want to do this? i've got to tell you the truth. even in new jersey what you're doing is call rude. >> nbc "meet the press"
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moderator chuck todd tweeted, remember, when a politician doesn't like a question or doesn't want to answer a question, default is to attack the media. centuries-old tradition. >> nbc's tracie potts will join us with perspective on this from capitol hill in just a bit. >> your time, 6:05. d.c. regulators just voted to consider a settlement that would allow the merger. after that mayor muriel bower's negotiation stepped in. the $78 million deal includes protection for consumers, guarantees job and investments in renewable energy. >> we told you about a school closing in prince george's county a little while ago. we want to reiterate that baynn high school is cloned again.
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again, bayne elementary school will be closed again, aaron? 6:06. a large blimp scalp turs attention for hours after it broke away and landed in pennsylvania in a crash landing. >> the unexpected competition that is still generating a lot of buzz on social media. breaking news on the beltway only one right lane parker: my daughter alison and her cameraman were gunned down on live television. i know we can't stop all gun violence, but we can save lives if our leaders take action.
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narrator: but we can't count on hal parrish to act. he gets an "a" from the gun lobby, they fund his candidacy... while fighting against background checks to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. parrish will make us less safe. parker: politicians' condolences aren't enough. it's time for them to act. feinblatt: everytown for gun safety action fund sponsored this ad.
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were just getting a statement from the mall where three people were shot. the manager of the mall in indianapolis said their security team responded quickly and are highly trained.
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the statement also said the safety of shoppers and employees is their top priority. this is video from the scene there. we learned a little while ago that the mall will open back up today. those three people are recovering from the shooting right now. there is a search for up to two suspects. indianapolis police say the shooter and at least one of the victims did know each other. two men and a woman were hurt. they're expected to survive. did you see this yesterday? #blimponthelooses with trending as police and fire were scrambling to track this down. it travels more than 100 miles into pennsylvania. the texter attached to it took down some power lines while it was moving through the area. power nearly restores. it's part of a missile tracking system. it's eventually deflated and
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came down in two. my favorite #hash tag yesterday, #blimpingainteasy. they're still having trouble with a jackknifed trailer. they're still working to move it out of the way. maryland and skaggs vcaggsvilleg good. no major problem as far as travel times go. chuck? >> outside we don't have any big rains to worry about. we couldn't rule out a stray shower or two. but the bulk of the rain we had is going to be the end of it. most of it will be dry going forward. still a lot of puddles and wet leaves on the ground that makes sidewalks and side streets very, very careful. friday looking just fine. "storm team 4" radar tracking
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this one last line of showers here. if it holds together, it will. the showers should for the most part be coming apart. it's mild. temperatures in the 60s. will be in the 70s later today. seven-day forecast in ten. >> thanks, chuck. keeping your kids safe. the potential trouble spots you should be looking for on their costumes before you get them dressed. plus a developing story i'm watching right now. passengers on alaska airlines are being warned this morning as the airlines deals with a computer glitch. computer glitch. what we're learn
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i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. republican hal parrish claims he improved transportation. but the truth is he was nowhere to be found. literally. parrish holds a seat on the northern virginia transportation authority, but 34 times he failed to show up for meetings. parrish skipped more meetings than any other member. and hal parrish refused to support the bi-partisan transportation bill. why would we want to get stuck with republican hal parrish in richmond?
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breaking news in bethesda at 6:15 this morning. right now crews are dismantling a tractor trailer. take a look at the live pictures. this scene has three lanes of the inner loop shut down right before old georgetown road. the accident itself happened last night. the but the truck was so badly damaged crews had to take it apart before they could actually move it. melissa mollet will have more on how this is affecting your
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morning commute coming up. some passengers can now get checked in. airlines say they're in the process offixing a glitch and that things are getting back to normal now, but if you are flying with alaska air today you should check the status of your flight before heading out. and the ierl says get to the airport two hours early. back to you. as you can imagine, this video in a dance battle between a d.c. police officer and a high school student went viral. nearly 300 of you have liked the story on our facebook page. the officer responded to a call earlier this week. as the crowd started to disperse, 17-year-old aillah taylor started to dance.
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the officer took one look and said, you know what? i can do better. then the officer matched the student step for step. she said the encounter changed how she thinks about police. >> i was in shock and i was like, wow. she gave me -- she was like, what's your name? she was smiling. i thought, oh, yeah, we need more cops like you in in the end they called the dance-off a tie. the police department declined to name the officer in the video. the richmond times dispatch says andy parker sent a message to william stanley jr. via facebook saying, i'm going to be your worst nightmare. he's the father of alison parker. the senator said he reported there threat to capitol police. a reward for information on
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the hit and run driver who killed an area marine is now up to $4,500. corporal william ferrell was likely hit by a heavy-duty pickup truck. he was helping a stranded driver when he was hit the night of september 29th. authorities believe the truck will have damage of its passenger side. 6:18. they're vowing to post names. in nosh the kkk vowed to verbally attack protesters. more fallout this morning in the jared fogle scandal. federal prosecutors say they have obtained reporterings of the former subway spokesperson talking about sexua encounters of children.
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she also handed those recordings over to a daytime talk show host. authorities say they were not part of the initial investigation but they did take the recordings into account before charging fogle. he has pleaded guilty to pornography and sex charges. a woman is recovering today after her car plunged into a creek in st. petersburg. she called for help inside the sinking suv. the video is recorded by somebody who lives near the creek. it was raining hard, she was not familiar with the area. this woman had to be taken to the hospital, but she is okay. happening today, the association of the national olympic committees is holding its award ceremony in the district. they've been holding their general assembly meeting all week. this is a big deal because it gives them a chance to boost
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their profile. it will one day potentially help d.c. secure a summer games bid. gold medal swimmer katie ledecky will attend the anoc awards tonight. that event begins at 6:30 tonight. a lot of you are talking about the nationals' new manager. sources are saying bud black will be running the club. blackal won the manager of the year award five years ago. nats' gm mike rizzo said he was looking for someone with experience. black has a strong reputation for his handling of pitchers and his ability to communicate well with players. >> 6:20. and it's starting to look a whole lot like winter.
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>> way west. >> we're talking the midwest. there are several inche$ysb of w on the gronld this morning. northwestern wisconsin got its first taste of winter weather. it was enough to turn cold rain into wet snow out there. what would you say? 32 degrees? too soon. >> too soon for sure. hopefully that story is going to get you ready for the next one. believe it or not the holiday season not that far away. crews chopped down the tree yesterday that will soon be on its way. there's your sign as billy would say. it should come by november 20th. appropriate for the holiday. it will get here with the help of an man with a great white beard. >> i wonder who that could be. >> to cut down the tree. >> thanks, aaron. 6:21. time to check on "weather &
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traffic on the 1s." let's check in with chuck bell. >> it's awfully dloes be saying santa did it, aaron. outside this morning still dark out there. lots of cloud cover. rain chances as well. by and large if you left your umbrella at the office, you'll probably get away without it today. tomorrow, looks dry. rain chances are back as we head toward the weekend. that's the cold front wringing out the showers. if they hold together and again our computer models are all indicating this should for the most part fall apart as it comes east of the shenandoah valley. nonetheless, cold air invection and warm air this morning couldn't rule out a spray sprinkle or two. 65 now at reagan national. planning out your day. temperatures near 60 early this
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morning. northeaster near 70 by noontime. here's our latest computer rendering. this is one that may bring a shower or two at around 2:00. may wring out more showers across parts of southern maryland. most of the rain is already in the rear view mirror. 70s today. 60s tomorrow. great weather for halloween trick-or-treaters. then rain chances back in for sunday and monday. more information. >> breaking news. again, we're talking the top of the beltway. inner loop, right now this disabled tractor trailer that jackknifed earlier. we have just the right lane getting by. we're starting to see some real backups, inner loop here as you're coming around the bend.
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southbound, b.w. parkway at 193 still have the left lane blocked. another problem on 2 5 at kenilworth. we have a crash there as well. also brand-new issue. 66. we have some lanes blocked because of an accident in that area. overall, 66 and 95 actually looking quite good. you don't have too much to worry about in those areas. 270 southbound, rolling along just fine. no major issues. aaron? >> thank you. something to watch for. you might be delayed if you drive on 7 in herndon. that work starts at 9:00 p.m. you may hit on-and-off closures. in reston today you can go to a community meeting about plans for a bake share project. they want your input now. if you wham to way in, hecht to
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the sight. listen up. a recall of children's bike trailers. they're manufacturing from 2009 to 2015. what happens is the black plastic toe barers have been reflected. if you have one of these, please stop using it an condition tact them. weight loose products can make some bold claim and if you're not reading the fine print, you may fooind yourself in lawsuit. erica gonzalez reports on one who spoke up after being less than satisfied. she'll show you how the federal trade commission is getting involved here and how you need to keep an eye out for
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something. >> they estimate 20 million pet owners will dress their pets up, spends 3$350 million on costume 3rks $50 million on pet costumes. taupe selling ones, super man, lion, a panda, because don't you want to tress your dog as a began, that day tarjsd neck tie. >> and i thought we spend a lot of money on our kids. >> for some people their pets are their kids just as much. >> exactly. >> it's one of the best things about being a kid. masks impair vision meaning trick-or-treaters may not see oncoming cars. they say that translates into a scary annual rise in kids being killed in car accidents. the consumer product safety commission says jeff giving glow sticks to kids in daschler
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costumes, safer tell experts say make sure the costumes fit well and they're not falling down. new fallout regarding a highly regarded school following allegations of abuse. the actions taken against that school's presence pal. a recall on a device. many people rileying on it for safety. the danger on it. emergency crews are still dealing with this semitruck. the backup you're seeing now and what you need to know to get around the problem.
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we're watching break news on the beltway in bethesda right now. you're looking live at the inner loop just before old georgetown road. crews there dismantling a tractor trailer. this scene has three lanes on the inner loop shut down. >> the accident happened last night but the truck was so badly damaged crews had to take it apart before they could move it.
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melissa mollet is here with the impact on your commute. melissa? >> still have this problem, inner loop before old georgetown road. they say they're hooking this up trying to get it out of the way. at this point we're only open right side of the roadway right now because of that tractor trailer. you can see some of the backups starting here as some folks go around the bend here this morning. 270 southbound. a little slow opens up as you get into the german town area, rock creek parkway at virginia avenue. they're trying to get it out of the way. >> four things you need to know about the weather forecast for today. first of all, most of the heavy rain from yesterday is over. there's still a chance of a quick little shower passing through mid to late morning and afternoon hours but by and large most of the rain is by us. more rain chances sneak in on
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sunday. radar shows the little line of showers but we're rain free. lots of puddles and lots of wet leaves. temperatures are in the high 60s and low 70s. eun, over to you. >> thank you, chuck. alexandria police need your help that. i're trying to track a man who attempted to rape a woman in a laundry room. molette green with how neighbors are reacting. molette? >> reporter: good morning, eun. these residents are on high alert, some carrying pepper spray. the victim was able to give a pretty good description of her attacker and now police have this sketch to work with. we want you to take a good look at it. police want you to focus on the man's features because there's always the chance that he cut his favorite hair and even his
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braids to change up his look. the man attacked her as she walked through an underground locker room at the canterbury apartment just near richmond highway. she fought him wonderful a heavy industrial nozzle and was still able to get a good luck. the man is in his 30s. 5'11", six feet tall. again, the folks here are on alert and some even saying carrying pepper spray to try to protect themselves until police can catch this man. that is the latest live from alexandria. not too far from belvoir. >> thank you, mow let. d.c. police are looking for who may have shot at two boy. they were coming off the bus at east capital and benning when
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they started shooting. both victims survived. right now police are looking at the sfs to see if they can find a suspect. the school system made that move after a "news4" report. parents say the principal at the french ee mergs school in greenbelt did not take action after the allegations. >> we asked our daughter how hard did he hit. she said the teacher hit the boy hard but she hit the other boy harder. >> they want to make it clear that this is just an investigation and the principal did not do anything wrong. 6:34. happening today. a former prep school student charged with sex assault will learn his favorite. owen labrie faces anything from probation to 11 years in prison. his lawyer is using letters to
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his parents and former classmates to argue for probation. in august he was acquitted of three felony rape charges but convicted of three miss key meaner sex assault charges. labrie also has to register as a sex offender. >> new this morning, the prime minister of pakistan is asking people to drop off food by helicopter. things like food, medicine, tents, blankets, things people desperately need. we also have video of a landslide caused by that earthquake that's happened recently killing a teacher there on her way home from school. the earthquake was a 7.5 kills nearly 500 people. back to you. >> 6:35. thousands of you may have have a
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new obstacle soon on the morning commute. if you commute near the herb donn monroe park and ride expect delays. this week crews began water and sewer line relocation around there. they start touring fur that tunnel next week. bei bei, the national zoo's new baby cub is getting big. come on, aaron. that ice cute. bei bei weighing nine pounds and some who watch the panda cam worry she may be getting rough when she's moving her cub around. not to worry. this is her third cub. >> she can handle it. >> mm-hmm. break news on the roads. inner loop before georgetown
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getting by it. coming up. >> i've got to tell you the truth. even in new jersey what you're doing is called rude. >> much of the buzz is about the moderators of last night's republican debate. what they said that had some so upset. plus, the potential danger behind a recall narrator: for state senatewho shares our values? jeremy mcpike - supports school funding. thinks women should make their own health care decisions. and favors background checks on all gun sales. hal parrish? as mayor, he slashed education.
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fought to block women's health clinics. parrish gets an "a" from the gun lobby - they oppose background checks to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. virginia extreme or mainstream? vote mcpike for virginia. feinblatt: everytown for gun safety action fund sponsored this ad.
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breaking news on the beltway. old georgetown had a backup. you can see the back ups near river road as you head northbound on 495.
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270 to germantown, a little slow. top of the beltway taking you twice as lodges as it should at 24 minutes. 66 inbound looking good. northbound looking good as well. remember to listen to our friends at wtop 103.5 f.m. when you hop in your car. chuck? >> tracking a few showers in the mountains of west virginia. if they hold together they'll be arriving in places just before 8:00 in luray just before 9:00 this morning. temperatures are on the mild stop. sending you or kids out to the s stop, 70s. t-shirt and shorts for later on today. >> very important announcement for anyone carrying an epi pen. the company sanofi is recalling its epi pens. it says the pen does not have the correct dosage inside. if you have this injector, you
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can contact the company to return it. also contact your doctor so you can get an alternative devise. picking a new leader. what we're learning about the man in line to be the nextgen real manager at metro. clearing up a jackknifed semi. the traffic backups, they're significant. we're going to tell you what we're going to tell you what you're seeing and what
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i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. republican hal parrish claims he improved transportation. but the truth is he was nowhere to be found. literally. parrish holds a seat on the northern virginia transportation authority, but 34 times he failed to show up for meetings. parrish skipped more meetings than any other member. and hal parrish refused to support the bi-partisan transportation bill. why would we want to get stuck with republican hal parrish in richmond?
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breaking news. crews towed trailer that shut down three lanes. this is on the inner loop. >> the crash itself happened last night. the crews spent most of the morning taking the truck apart. >> megan mcgrath has more. she's live on the scene with the latest. >> reporter: that's right. they hauled away pieces of the trailer that caused the problem. they actually had to cut it up in pieces to haul it away. that's what was taking so lock with the cleanup. it happened late last night. we got a little be it of debris that's across the left-hand lanes here. once they clear out that debris, they're going to reopen all the lanes. for the moment we only have one lane getting by to the right burke we don't think it's going
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to be much longer before we see some improvement in the situation. this is the inner loop of the beltway just after the loop. it's still slow. after we start opening the lanes hopefully we'll begin to see some improvement. this was a tough accident to clean up because the axle of the truck broke as well as the floor of the back portion of the truck. >> you can see it coming across. because of the big incident that's just cleared out of the way. backups remain for right now. no doubt this will loosen up in the next couple of minutes. wheel talk about this and more in the next couple of minutes. >> thank you. it's 6:46. we're gathering new information an person hit by a car
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overnight. fairfax county police say this happened last night between richmond highway and bowel avenue. we continue the story of metro's nextgen real manager. this morning metro is in the process of hiring neal co-help. adam tuss has this story on twitter. he most recently served as chief financial officer. this is not a done deal. both sides are still negotiating contract. metro expected to make cohen's hiring official in the coming days. in just a few hours the jury heads back to work in the jury trial of charles severance. he's accused of killing three people in a ten-year peer yo. before going back into court yesterday afternoon they reminded the jurors there's no
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forensic evidence. >> this morning they're looking at whoever carried out a double shooting. a woman died and the man is in serious condition. police are working on information on a possible shoot jeer the topic of a hearing. updates on the recent spike in homicide as well as the county's budget will be discussed as well. that hearing set for 1:30 this afternoon. a transformative vote today. we expect the full house to elect representative paul ryan as its next house speaker. members of congress voted in his favor yesterday. he needs 218 votes today to officially become the speaker. there are 247 republicans in the house. now to 2016 and democrat senator
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sanders. he talked about climate change and said the u.s. has too many people in jail. hillary clinton campaigned yesterday in new hampshire. marco rubio, why don't you resign, jeb bush, why have your numbers fallen. how about talking about the substantive issues people care about. >> the moderators in last night's gop debate are taking over the story this morning. the crowd actually interrupted the cnbc panel of moderators to boo candidates before they could answer them. nbc's tracie potts analyzing it. how you do think they did? >> dpejd on who you ask, our cnbc informal poll nonscientific is giving it to donald trump. facebook, most of that discussion was about ted cruz. you just heard from him there.
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that is really a big moment for him and then marco rubio had a very big moment. you'll see more of him on the "today" show and politico is declaring that he actually won the debate. >> tracie, i want to ask you more about the moderators. cnbc called them rude at one point. what do you make of all this? >> theish according to the candidates in that debate was that the way that they're asking the questions, the types of questions and the tone of the questions, donald trump was asked is your campaign a comic book campaign and he shot back, no, it's not. that's a nasty way to ask the question. then we heard ted cruz who really had the top moment on twitter when he took off on the moderators and defended a lot of the candidates who are on stage. christie as you noted mentioned this a couple of times. he questions why they were
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asking questions about fantasy football when they had questions about isis to deal with. >> what about rubio? >> it was a big night for rubio. he had a strong performance. he got in a die bait with jeb bu bush. he was clearly ready for that question. >> tracie potts on the hull for us. tracee, thank you. we're less than 100 days away. we veal much more coverage what's next on "news4 today." >> we want to check our forecast. we had so much rain, we're hoping things are going to dry out today. chuck bell with what we can expect. >> yes. we'll dry out later on. not a zero percent but rain chances are down below 30%. we're starting to deal with the effects of the heavy rain yesterday.
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a lot of puddles and slippery red leaves have come down as well. whal to expect? a breezy afternoon. the heavy rain is gone. all that's left is a little chance for a spot shower or two and again it will be a fairly breezy day to be outsiechld winds are still out of the southwest for now and as a result it is mild. 59, leesburg and gaithersburg. 64 in fredericksburg. we'll see a little rise. skies will be partly sunny to at times mostly cloudy. rain chances low. the low pressure will be well to the north. that snow across wisconsin and parts of lower michigan. here's the actual cold front itself moving toward el kirngs west virginia. it's still about three to five hours away. so as the front goes by, might be able to wring out another shower or two. high resolution. an updated commuter model here. there's that rain chance.
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most of the rain should dry up as it comes east of the mountains but as the cold front comes in, they might be able to shower up. rain chances are fairly low from this point going forward. seven-day forecast time. how about into the 70s today. much cooler tomorrow. highs near 60. saturday, good day for halloween and trick-or-treaters, although it will be a chilly day. now over to melissa. good morning. breaking news. this is getting a lot better than it was. the tractor trailer has now cleared. i just spoke with megan mcgrath of the scene. they made her move out of the way because of the danger involved there. right now we still have a backup here. if you're coming out of alexandria, coming up across the american legion bridge, you're going to be slow here. the backups remain even though the initial problem on the inner loop is gone. allow about 20 minutes extra i
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should say. this should be clearing out of the way soup as things progress. inner loop showing you a bit ol' volume. 66 here and 95, you don't have any major problems. prince george's county overall looking quite good as well. taking a look now at b.w. parkway. southbound at 193, that crash has cleared out of the way. 270, the taillights headed southbound. volume but no problems. >> big news coming out of china just a few minutes ago. its ruling communist party will end its one-child policy to allow them to have two children. this decision to help with its economic and social development. in 2013 they did make some changes to the policy allowing some families to have two children but now this new change opens that up to all families in china.
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eun? >> store employees are going back to work a mall in indianapolis. three people were shot in the mall. indianapolis police say they're looking for at least one, possibly two suspects in this shooting. they say the shooter and at least one of the victims knew each ore. all three people who were shot are expected to survive. and developing right now. new warnings in hawaii on the beaches about a possible shark attack. a 10-year-old was seriously hurt. we don't know the boy's condition right now. this was the third shark attack in hawaii this month and the seventh this year. good morning. i'm landon dowdy at cnbc headquarters am new forecast out for cyber monday. the biggest online sales of the year doesn't show any signs of slowing down. sales expected to rise 12% to hit $3 billion for the first time. that's according to a forecast by adobe. and sales on thanksgiving day
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are expected to pose the fastest growth rate to $1.6 billion. with your cnbc business report, i'm landon doughty. >> thanks, landon. here are four things you need to know before you head out the door. check your air flight before you go. the airline had technical problems overnight and there may still be delays. the cnbc poll puts donald trump as the leader. the crowd booed multiple questions while they called the mainstream news media the arm of the democratic party. alexandria police releasing this sketch of a man attemptwho attempted to rape a woman in a laundry room. crews cleaned up a tractor trailer that had to be dismantled on the road. about ten minutes ago trucks towed that truck away. hoping traffic not impacted too much.
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>> right now we still have some slowdowns coming out of virginia. those will get much better in the next couple of minutes. everything has cleared out of the way. chuck? >> seven-day forecast. breezy and in the 70s. much cooler weather. the ghosts and goblins will need warmth for their costumes. >> that is the broadcast. we appreciate you waking up with us. >> we'll be back in 25 minutes with travg and breaking news.
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good morning. free for all. the republican presidential debate gets heated in a hurry. candidates taking repeated shots at the moderators and the media. >> the questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. >>aking shots at each other. >> someone has convinced you that attacking me will help you. >> marco rubio taking on his one-time mentor. marco rubio joins us. the out of control journey of the run away army balloon. >> chase it down. >> this riveted the nation for hours and left a path of power outages in its wake. the military

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