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heading into the 10:00 hour and right now on news 4 today, a man stabbed at a bus bay and police track down a suspect and in our exclusive interview, what the man in charge of metro is saying about making your ride safer. >> even though a lot of our community is scared, it is still good that we united as one. >> a community coming together as police reveal a motive for the deadly shopping center shooting. it's going to take at least six. >> and they're still in it. fans can at the tigetting ready as the caps keep their stanley cup dreams alive. >> happy mother's day, everybody. we're in forren would of the nicest mother's days and nisz he days that we've seen in week about tom kierein is tracking a big warm-up and a lot of sun. >> the storm system that was plaguing us for the last several days
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leaving in its wake some sunshine all across the region. if you're about to head out the door, maybe go to a mother's day brunch, you do need a light jacket right now, but this afternoon you can for get the umbrella and warm coat. you will be comfortable sleeveless and shorts.for get t umbrella and warm coat. you will be comfortable sleeveless and shorts. maybe even sunblock. temperatures are climbing into the 60s. already reaching mid and upper 60s just to our south. lorton up to 67. quantico 68. reagan national up to 67 degrees on its way into the low 70s. a look at our next chances of rain over the next seven days, that is coming up this half hour. well, developing morning, met tro transit police released picture of a person of interest if in a stabbing. police tell us that the victim was waiting in the bus bay area early this morning when someone stabbed him. he is expected to be okay. and federal
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might have been stra administration is coming down hard on metro. they are calling on metro to make immediate decisions based on safety and not passenger convenience. the fta also wants to slow trains down and shorten trains to reduce the risk of a fire from the third rail and they must also essentially retrain all of its employees on safety procedures and that includes running safety drills to make sure workers are prepared for an emergency. last hour i sat town with metro's gm paul wiedefeld and asked him how the riders can trust that metro will fix the smg. >> we will be monitoring metro will fix the smg. >> we will be monitoring it. and we have to install the ongoing maintenance. because again that's how we got here over decades. if you keep deer fferring it, t is what you end up with. >> responding to a viewer question, wiedefeld said petro riders will not get any
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on rush hour fares with fewer rai trains running. the time is 10:02. prince george's county police are investigating a murder to lanham on greenfield drive. when they arrived, they found a man seriously hurt and that victim died at the hospital. right now police are not saying how the man died or who killed him. and in the district, a man is dead after a shooting in southeast. this happened on nelson place just before 2:00 this morning. police tell us that the victim died at the hospital. no word on a suspect. the latest now on those deadly shopping center shootings in maryland. we now know why eulalio tordil went on friday's rampage. police say he wanted another car after allegedly killing his estranged wife on thursday. malcolm winffel and paulina molina were killed because of the carjacking. police describing those killed as a ha
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>> malcolm winffel gave his life for somebody he doesn't know in order to protect her from a predator. >> in all tordil now faces three counts of murder. and two counts of attempted murder. he was a federal protection officer on administrative leave because of several protective orders against him. he was not supposed to have guns, but he got more following the restraining orders. >> and the final victim claudina molina, she was a 65-year-old woman was bolivia. tordil shot and killed her outside the giant on friday morning. a memorial is set up in the very parking lot where she was gunned down. the entire community there still in shock. >> and i'm just sad. it's the evil. people don't value life anymore.
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from retirement. >> there is also a memorial at the second site of the shooting at montgomery mall where malcolm winffel was killed as he was trying to help a woman who police say was shot by tordil. family members made their way to the macy's parking lot where he was gunned down. many were stunned to learn he was their relative. >> i was following it all day p. i had no idea until around 4:30 or 5:00 that it was him. >> eulalio tordil is also charged with two degrees of attempted murder charges. and police say he faces even more charges in prince george's county. and the families of all three who were killed in that shooting spree are asking for help paying for funeral expenses. if you open up our nbc washington app you will find the fund obligation. use the search term "donation." developing this morning, a raming wildfire in alberta canada is showing no sign of slowing down.
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officials say that it is extremely dry and windy, which allows the fire to continue to spread and grow at a rapid rate. more than 80,000 people have been forced to leave their homes. the fire has burned more than 16 homes and covers 385,000 acres. let's take a look outside in our area. the washington monument and potomac. you one need your rain coat today. tom is tracking the sunny weather. >> and developing right now, look at this video. a massive tornado tearing through colorado. the danger and the ♪ ♪ maxx life in store and online. find brands you love at prices that work as hard as you do.
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film that? you can see the funnel clouds moving across the town of ray 170 miles east of denver. five people hurt and dozens of homes damage aed. and the chinese navy is searching for 17 missing sailors. their fishing bet collided with another vessel. navy ships operating the sea were diverted to join the search and others dispatched because of poor visibility in the area. this morning someone is $429 million richer. and hmay not know it. >> only one ticket hit the paul powerball jackpot and it was
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the winning numbers, 5, 25, 26, 4 4rks 66. and powerball was nine. is this the largest jackpot since january's $1.6 billion prize. >> wow. well, break out the shorts and sunglasses. tom is tracking your sunny mother's day forecast and how to dress the kids also for the bus stop tomorrow morning. >> and if you haven't heard this one, it was a lot more than a case of mistaken identity. why an ivy league prochlfessor forced off alane. p
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gorgeous mother's day weather. right now sunny, breezy, kind of cool. temperatures are in the mid and upper 60s. and there is a view from our storm team 4 city camera overlooking washington now with the sunshine pouring down. and heading out to brunch for this mother's day, mostly sunny, temperatures in the 60s between now and 2:00 and then hitting low 70s by later this afternoon. storm team 4 radar i'm happy to say is now rain free. a look at our next chances for rain coming up. >> and all the mothers rejoice. thank you, tom. well, a prince william county real estate tax will take away $7.1 million from public schools. not raising the tax will mean
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budget shortfall. the board was also forced to reduce expenses by $5 million and that means not hiring any new police officers and scaling back a plan to purchase police body cameras. kim jong-un says his country will not use nuclear weapons unless they are threatened. north korea says it is willing to normalize ties with states that had been hostile towards it. this came out in a record to congress, so the ruling workers party which opened up on friday, the first congress held since 1980. joaquin el chapo guzman has been moved to another penitentiary. security was tight as officials prepared to move el chapo yesterday. guzman's lawyer says he's been moved to a prison in juarez across the border from el paso. no reason was given for the transfer p. donald trump is the
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presumptive republican nominee and now all of his attacks are turning towards hillary clinton. >> and joining us now to break down the race, chuck todd. and you sat down with the big t and we were going through some of the captioning. he has more votes than nixon, reagan, eisenhower. >> well, back then they didn't have that many primaries, but this is a case where the party said one thing, party leaders are saying another and this divide has not been brought together. i don't know in paul ryan -- the statements that he's made about what he wants to hear from donald trump are not things donald trump will say or do and du trump makes that clear. so the question is does ryan -- will ryan stick to his guns and really do this and not endorse him. because for been republicans, if he doesn't do t,
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own part of the defeat as well. that's the risk here. now, of course ryan takes the long view, he thinks that there are those conservatives that think the stain of trump will hurt the party for years to come. so that is why i think you see this sort of angst in the republican leadership. >> you can tell he's looking for a mondikemoniker. >> there we go. so listening to hillary clinton, it looks like she's tar gegt trump more than she is bernie sanders, but sanders is still standing. so what does he hope to gain from staying in the race? >> i think so he lid tie what he's already gained. he's the progressive leader of the democratic party right now. i think before this campaign started, we all would have said elizabeth warren was the progressive leader of the party. bernie sanders has the people behind him. he has this progressive wing that he clearly speaks for, m
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better than hillary clinton does as far as they're concerned. so i think that's why you stay in it. oh, by the way, hillary clinton stayed in after barack obama. so she set the precedent to keep going. look, it will be an uncomfortable rest of the month about a she probably loses every single primary in the month of may. they're just not stakes that are built for her coalition, they're built for her coalition. but guess what, hillary clinton does that to obama. obama's may was horrendous, too, and it didn't matter. >> so trump versus clinton, how do you see that going? >> they are polar opposites in so many ways, but she is cautious, prepared, risk averse. will run a very disciplined campaign. he is nothing but spontaneity and has no discipline. the question will be can he learn enough discipline to run a good enough campaign to actually target enough electoral votes and can she shake off the caution and be a little
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so she has to channel a little bit of trump, he has to chaenl a little bit of her, which has the ability to grow as a candidate between now and november. >> maybe that's where bill comes in. p. >> bill and obama and does trump have anybody that can be his character witness. p she has two of them in different ways. >> all right. well, a lot to talk about. and "meet the press" every sunday right here on nbc 4. happy mother's day to your wife. >> thank you. and happy mother's day to you. >> thanks for stopping by. well, an ivy league professor was forced off of a plane after a passenger thought that he was a terrorist. the woman said that she became concerned after seeing the university of pennsylvania economics professor writing something strange. here's more. >> reporter: travelers are
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airlines flight from philadelphia's international airport to syracuse was ready to take off thursday evening when it went back to the gate. what was first thought to be a passenger's illness was actually her suspicion about a university of pennsylvania professor she allegedly thought posed a threat. >> i think it's a sad commentary on how suspicious we are of one another. >> reporter: the professor is an internationally recognized economist, he was on his way to a speaking engagement in ontario and was working on math equations that were a party of his presentation. the woman, quote, thought he was a terrorist because he was writing strange things on a pad of paper. >> obviously people have a very great fear which overwhelms their ability to think. >> reporter: he was questioned and eventually cleared by authorities. it delayed the flight for two hours. >> i think she should have asked what he was doing first. >> reporter: american airlines confirmed that a passenger expressed concerns about another customer's behavior and apologized for the delay.
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>> pretty unfortunate, but i think they have to stick to the rules as far as what is going on around the world. >> that was is a talker for sure. >> sign of the times. >> absolutely. let's turn our attention to the weather. >> yes, we have mother's day under way. no pressure on me. >> you told me not to carry the umbrella. >> that's right. and i said go sleeveless and you did. >> we were seattle and not now. >> we're back to washington and feeling great about it. we have a milky haze in the sky, that is actually some of the smoke from the alberta fires from 2,000 miles away. they're way up in the upper levels of the atmosphere, so not an air quality problem here at the surface. and the last of the rain dissipated over southern maryland a couple mowkup ecoupl we're well into the 60s now from the mountains all the way to the bay. reagan national up to 67.
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a little bit, so that may play a role if you plan on doing a bike ride today. winds gusting to around 25 miles per hour. temperatures by 1:00 near 70 and then low 70s between 3:00, 4:00 this afternoon hovering there in the low 70s. but the winds still a bit gusty throughout the rest of the afternoon. then waiting for the bus and the metro tomorrow morning, rather cool, you will need a light jacket starting off tomorrow morning with sunshine 7:00, 8:00 we'll be in the mid-50s and then 8:00, 9:00 some high clouds coming in. during the middle part of the day on monday, there is a small chance of a passing rain shower between about 10:00 to 2:00. otherwise we'll be partly sunny through the day with highs around 70 degrees. then tuesday, another day a lot like monday, but a little greater chance of a shower during the afternoon on tuesday. highs tuesday the upper 60s. mid week on wednesday, partly sunny, still pleasant, temperaturesn
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near 70. however the pollen count will be coming back. so allergy sufferers will notice the pollen returning throughout the week. another chance of showers not until thursday night as the front comes through. right now it looks like that will be done by dawn on friday. then partly cloudy friday. afternoon highs into the mid-70s. another chance of rain on saturday, near 70 degrees. so next saturday some showers around near 70, next sunday a week from today, it should be cool and sunny with temperatures in the low to mid-60s. so kind of an up and down week coming up here for the next seven days. 10:22. here are 4 things to know. police say eulalio tordil wanted another car after allegedly killing his estranged wife on thursday. and they say malcolm winffel and claudina molina were killed because of the car jacking oig tt
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drive. people aren't saying how he died or who killed him. this morning metro transit police released a picture of a person of interest in a stabbing outside the minnesota avenue metro station. police tell us the victim was waiting in the bus bay area early this morning when someone stabbed him. federal transit administration coming down hard on metro. we had an exclusive interview with paul wiedefeld. we'll bring you those updates as he addressed all those issues. and thissi little lady, she knows how to rock the runway. the creative bond between mothers and daughters and all for a great cause.
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in case you didn't know, you should. today is mother's day. we want to wish all the moms out there a very happy mother's day. >> we got the party started a little bit early. saturday doug kammerer hosted the annual mother/daughter fashion show benefiting the make-a-wish foundation. i was there with my little girl. and there is eun yang and her daughter. this has become a tradition for all of us. and doug's wife and their daughter also walked. looking radiant. and we got to meet kids who are beating the odds and beating cancer p. a t
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was there. and this morning we want to celebrate our own moms. >> what's up, chin. >> like you said, you are da bomb. p. >> i got some questions about this because of my hair do. this was a couple years ago. but this is me and my mom on the chicago river taking a tour. and that is my beautiful wife, two girls and there is another baby on the way. >> she's like 2 and 3/4? the baby is about to pop. >> we thank all the moms for everything. >> happy mother's day, everybody.
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. this sunday, the republican party coming apart. >> it really looks like a mass ifrn victory. >> donald trump effectively tells gop leaders it's my party and you can cry if you want to. >> our theme is very simple, it's make america great again. >> my interview with the republican party's presumptive nominee, donald trump. divided parties lose elections, republican voters embrace trump enthe leadership says no way. >> i'm not ready to do that at this point. >> can donald trump become the first candidate in more than half a century too win an election without a united party behind him? don't look no


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