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we are led by stupid people. >> do any of us have a place in trump's america? >> the final push -- the candidates for president not letting up, just four days before election day. going after, and where you can still vote early in our area. good morning, i'm barbara harrison. and i'm erika gonzales, we're following a developing story out of silver spring. a hit-and-run accident that left a pedestrian injured. and we're also watching these temperatures, more seasonable out there today. yesterday we topped out in the low 80s. do we have any warm-ups on the
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answer coming up. we're working to learn more about a hit-and-run in silver spring. someone ran over a pedestrian. news4's molette green is live along university boulevard to talk about what happened and the efforts to keep people safe. >> good morning, we know that police, montgomery county police are looking for a black lincoln headed that way towards georgia avenue. and it could we have calls into police to get an update on the victim. but this just drives home a new safety campaign that kicks in today. with some heavy fines. concerns, pedestrians, cyclists moving too fast. some in such of a rush, they break the law or end up in a collision. just this morning a hit-and-run in silver spring sent a pedestrian to the hospital at
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near-misses, no. but like i said, i wouldn't be surprised. >> daylight saving time ends in a couple days and brings added safety concerns, especially in some known trouble spots like this one along southern avenue in the district, where pedestrians have died in crashes. studies show traffic crashes involving pedestrians and cyclists increase in the fall and winter when we lose daylight hours. a new campaign called street smart steps up enforcement to ticket drivers, fines up to $500. and points on their licenses. >> you know it gets dark so early now and also when i come in the morning it's still dark. so i worry sometimes that people can't see me. >> a lot of neighbors commute and try to cross that road to get to the metro. and it's dangerous.
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27. molette green, news4. thanks. a huge mess on 5 this morning, a truck hauling marble countertops dropped the load in the northbound lanes of dale city. look at the aerial view from chopper 4 of the huge mess, only two lanes were getting by as crews were cleaning up the mess, it took them over two hours. all the lanes wound up reopening close to summer is gone and fall has returned. storm team 4 meteorologist lauryn ricketts is here with the big change. >> hopefully you want fall back. and said good-bye to summer yesterday. because yesterday, 83 degrees. not going to touch that today. in fact we're going to be about 20 degrees below that through the day. temperatures at 60 in washington, but you can see all throughout the mid-atlantic, those temperatures are a little on the cool side.
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today, it looks like the camera is out but this afternoon going to be gorgeous, a little breezy. winds are going to calm after 6:00, we'll have the friday night football forecast. then we've got rain chances but not until next weekend. we're going to be talking about your weekend forecast and the football forecast, a lot of rivalries playing tonight. coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you, lauren. well there are only four days until the election. the candidates are focusing on the battleground states. hilla c detroit. president obama will rally on her behalf in north carolina. she appeared there last night along with senator bernie sanders and singer pharrell williams. >> i know there are a lot of people who are upset about what's gone on in this campaign, aren't there? people come and talk to me. i've had people say they can't sleep. that their stomachs are
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signal. because this is a big decision. >> sanders will be back on the campaign trail for clinton today, he has events scheduled in iowa and colorado. donald trump is staying focused on swing states, new hampshire, ohio and pennsylvania. he was also in north carolina last night, rallying to the state's military community. local sheriff says more than 17,000 people came out to hear >> our focus must be on keeping america safe. and on destroying isis. we have no choice on that. and defeating radical islamic terrorism. we will defeat it and we will defeat it quickly. >> i want to show you live pictures from governor mike pence's campaign event in lansing, michigan. the vice presidential nominee is also scheduled to make
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carolina and miami today. security experts are taking the threat of cyberattacks on election day seriously. today in arlington, electric systems will be checked. u.s. intelligence officials tell nbc news it's part of a defense strategy against potential hackers, there are fears that power grids could be disabled, especially in swing states. experts are confident the official voting tally will not be affected. we're going to have much more next half hour. millions have already cast their ballots. there's been record turn-out for early votinging. today is the last day for early voting here in the district. voting centers open at 8:30. they opened and will close tonight at 7:00. virginia doesn't allow early voting at all. but you can cast an absentee vote. and in virginia and western
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maryland's early voting ended last night. 800,000 marylanders have voted early. early voting locations were packed up until last night. anybody who arrived even a myth after 8:00 last night was turned away. one woman was so out of breath from rushing she collapsed outside the polls. >> they closed it at 8:00 zmxt. >> right now you're out of breath drinking water. >> yeah, might have to come here >> if you're registered in maryland and can't make it to the polls on election day, you have another option, you have until tonight to request an absent eballot online. new details this midday, a virginia man has pleaded not guilty to federal terror charges of providing materials to support isis. mohammed quis travelled to syria to join the terror group.
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iraq. his attorneys say they'll file a motion to suppress any statements he made to interrogators there. prosecutors plan to bring witnesses from iraq to testify. that trial is set to start next anticipate. the final u.s. jobs report before election day is out. the labor department says 161,000 jobs were added in october. unemployment fell a tick to 4.9%. that's down by half since 2009 i'm melissa mollet at the live desk, right now in chicago, take a live look here at wrigley field. with the 108-year wait over, lots of excitement as we're about an hour away from the start of the cubs world series parade and rally. lots of people will be leaving wrigley field in a couple of minutes and the actual parade will start around noon. then comes a rally.
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the festivities, the games and perhaps the biggest party the city will ever see. even the chicago river getting in the spirit. now dyed a shade of cubby blue, the river died ahead of the parade. the celebration starts very soon. erika? >> you mean it's not normally that cover? >> no. >> thank you. the call that changed a virginia mother. it was part of a terrifying scam, the fbi says is a growing believe her daughter had been kidnapped. >> we've got a developing story out of south carolina. a woman was found chained inside a shipping container. she's been missing since august. this morning we have the latest this morning we have the latest n the desperate searoch after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep]
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the property, todd coleheft, a registered sex offender. brown and her boyfriend had dinner on august 29th at their apartment. the next day friends received two texts from her, but two days later of this stopped coming. after several weeks, mysterious postings began appearing on carver's facebook page.
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account was hacked. authorities say coleheft will be charged with kidnapping and more charges pending. he's expected to be arraigned here this afternoon. gabe gutierrez, nbc news, spartansberg, north carolina. a man accused of shattering a driver's window on the beltway. this is what we know about the incident. a father driving with his 4-month-old daughter in the back seat says the driver of an suv kept cutting him they exchanged words, the father says the suv driver raised a weapon and then his window was shattered. this all started near the national harbor. the father eventually pulled over on braddock road at the ravensbrook shopping center. >> he got really scared. because it was unexpected window shatter and so he, the first stop was i need to get off to the side and make sure my baby's okay.
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with the driver of the suv in vienna, say they didn't find a weapon and aren't sure how the window shattered. a u.s. park police officer is expected to be okay after shooting himself in the foot. he did it while trying to stop a raccoon attack in rock creek park. news4's mark segraves explains how this all unfolded. >> it was thursday afternoon in this community garden just off oregon avenue here in rock creek park. someone saw what they was a rabid raccoon. they went up to the park police stables on hill and reported it. that's when a police officer came here, and encountered that raccoon. according to officers, they tell us that the raccoon and the officer got into some kind of an altercation. the raccoon then attacked the police officer, who drew his weapon and fired multiple shots. the officer, unfortunately, shot himself in the foot. and had to be medivac'd to a local hospital. a second officer came on the
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raccoon was rabid. it's also not known whether the officer was bit by the raccoon. but the officer is expected to be okay. in northwest, mark segraves, news4. the next time you park your car in the driveway, you may want to consider taking your garage door opener inside the house. d.c. police say robbers are breaking into homes using the garage door openers left inside cars. it happened several times in the cleveland park area. police also caution against system. well, tomorrow parents in prince george's county are invited to a community summit on school safety and accountability. attendees can give input on the school system's school safety action plan, it's happening in mitchellville tomorrow at 10:00. free breakfast and child care are being provided. a leesburg mom is the victim of a new scam. the fbi says scammers called victims with terrifying details
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one. here's nbc's tom costello with a warning about what the fbi is calling virtual kidnapping. >> the call from mexico came while wendy mueller was working in the kix kitchen. it sounded like her daughter crying frantically. >> mom, i'm scared, i don't know where i am. >> then a man's voice. >> we have your daughter, we snatched her off the street. if you do everything we say yo >> it was the start of six hours of terror. >> i became pretty hysterical. started crying and please don't hurt her. >> the caller warned her not to hang up or call the police, to withdraw $10,000 from her bank and then start driving. >> he was saying things like -- take your next right. and there will be a western union on the right-hand side. >> he was tacking you on google maps. >> yes. >> directing her to locations
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mexico. >> you were thinking i'm just trying to keep my daughter alive. >> yes. yes. i'll do anything you ask me to do. >> terrified she was being watched and tracked, she did as she was told. the fbi says it's a growing scam. the con artists usually in mexico often find family names and phone numbers on social media to target their victims. >> they really are getting more and more skilled at creating that level of anxiety with the individuals they're talking to over the phone to them believe that their family members, their loved one is being held against their will. >> the fbi's advice, limit your personal information posted online. if a virtual kidnapper calls, demand proof your loved one is being held by asking someone only they would know. >> he knew exactly the buttons to push on any mom. >> yes. absolutely. what's more precious than your child? >> it wasn't until her daughter texted during the scam that wendy realized she was safe and sound still in college.
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and police say it's highly unlikely the suspect will ever be found. tom costello, nbc news, leesburg, virginia. incredible. >> an awful lesson, unfortunately she had to pay for the rest of us to know about what's going on. >> thank goodness we do know now, so people can be aware of that kind of scam that's out there. you probably got a little rain at your house last night. that's not going to happen again for quite some time. the ten-day forecasti and a look at the new
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we have breaking news for you. there is a verdict in the bridgegate trial this case, if you remember, involved more than two former allies of new jersey governor chris chst bridget kelly and former port authority executive bill baroni are accused of causing traffic jams on the george washington bridge in order to punish fort lee mayor. as soon as it is announced, we'll have an update on the air through our nbc washington app. daylight saving time is ending, we fall back to standard
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don't forget to set your clocks back an hour. it's also a good time to change your smoke alarm batteries. and we've got some fall-like weather out there this morning. >> it is feeling, it's smelling like fall. it's, it's nice, i like this. >> smelling like fall? >> the leaves -- >> like it's crisp, you know what i mean? >> people are burning firewood. >> wood stoves, it's cheryly enough and it will be chilly as we continue into the overnight temperatures 30s and 40s, yesterday we made it to 83 degrees here in d.c. today barely cracking 60 in some spots. let's show you what's going on. 60 is the temperature right now. i think we'll take it up a few more degrees before it's all said and done. 59 in leesburg, 55 in gaithersburg. it's a november average seasonable day. 63 is where we're going to top out, plenty of sunshine that we do have is a little bit of a breeze in the air.
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miles per hour. they will be gusting up to about 20 miles per hour, 25 miles per hour, so it will be a little on the gusty side. good news, we got a lot of rivalries, an important game is happening tonight, one of the last games of the season for high school football. it's going to be breezy. the bleachers will be cold at the beginning of the game. as the game goes on, the winds will die down, but temperatures will fall into the 40s. so bundle up. bundle up if you're headed out tomorrow, i encourage beautiful. temperatures are going to be in the low to mid 60s tomorrow, full sunshine out there. temperatures 63 is where we're going to top out. 68 in gaithersburg, pretty much low to mid 60s. i would suggest possibly heading west and take a look at the leaf color. i was out in winchester, my home town, driving down 66, you could see it we're peaking right now.
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the leaves are going to continue to drop. this would probably be the best weekend to see some of the bold color. let's skip ahead to tuesday, looking good for election day. plenty of sunshine, no reason not to get out there and vote. we've got a pretty quiet weekend ahead, set the clocks back. i'll show you the next chance of rain coming up. harvard university is disrespecting women. the athletic director has canceled the rest of the men's soccer season over online sexual comments. the student newspaper uncovered a document from 2012, that said members of the team were rating the attractiveness of recruits on the women's team and made lewd comments about the women. the university's president said the so-called scouting reports continued through the current season. news4 is working for you, we're going to take a look at
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on metro this weekend and get around without the delays. more information over concern of cyberattacks on election day. polling places
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deal with the possibility of cyberattacks designed to throw the american election into chaos. >> it was just four days until people head to the polls. the nation's intelligence services are on edge. nbc senior investigative correspondent cynthia mcfadden reports. as americans focus on the razor-tight presidential race between hillary clinton and donald trump, u.s. officials tell nbc news the government has its eyes on potential threats to election day the u.s. has launched an unprecedented effort to protect the country against cyberattacks. aimed at sowing confusion as americans head to the polls. current and former officials say an attack on critical infrastructure, including the u.s. power grid is one of the three worst-case scenarios on the list of concern. one intelligence source tells nbc news your vote is safe, you
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also on the list, a large-scale denial of service, in other words part of the internet goes down. or, a cyberattack aimed at disabling communications and transportation in swing states. but intelligence sources in a senior obama national security official tells nbc news they believe a more likely scenario would involve hackers. from russia or somewhere else, using social media for an 11th-hour document dump of false for fact-checking. and while multiple intelligence officials say they have no specific warning about an election day attack, they consider last month's massive and sophisticated internet disruption, a possible dry run for inspiration for another attack. for today, cynthia mcfadden, nbc
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>> vice presidential candidate tim kaine making the case for hillary clinton in spanish. the senator from virginia is the first major party nominee to deliver a full campaign speech in spanish. he told the mostly hispanic crowd in arizona -- they are the future of the u.s. and urged them to help turn the typically republican state blue. on tuesday. kaine will campaign in florida today. donald is the president, what kind of first lady will you be. it will be my honor and privilege. >> that is melania trump campaigns for her husband in the battleground state of pennsylvania. she told the crowd she worked to improve social media culture that's gotten quote too mean and too tough if she becomes first lady. she did not mention her husband's twitter activities.
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geographic channel mars series, which shows us that the idea is not that far-fetched. joining us to tell us why he feels certain about that is award-winning journalist steven petranek who says humans will live on mars by the year 2027. not that far away. >> less than a decade. >> how did you come one that? >> elon musk, the ceo of spacex, the most successful space rocket company in the world. has built the company around one mission only, to create a sustainable population of humans on the planet mars, he's convinced that he can get there by about 2024. and possibly 2025, and i'm convinced he's the most optimistic person in the world. so i gave him a two-year break and came up with 2027. >> you say it's not just plausible. it's inevitable. >> i don't think there's any question, we've had the technology to do this for more
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matter of will and money. and we finally have a push from a private company, rather than a government, to get there and to establish a sustainable base. and that will happen. >> now in this national geographic series, is it going to show us how we're going to get there and how we're going to live once we're there? >> it's going to do both. we have a rocket that's going to take our astronauts to mars. in the series and that rocket is based on real and accurate there's a dramatic part of the series, as well as kind of a more traditional talking head kind of documentary, a new hybrid kind of television. everything that you will see in the dramatic part of the series and the scripted part, is extremely accurate rixt down to the numbers on the circuit panels that you'll see on the rocket. those are real numbers that nasa uses. >> it sounds like you're ready
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the largest science magazine. "discover" and senior editor of "life" magazine and editor at the "washington post." is mars something that's always been on your mind? >> in 1993 i wrote a cover story in "life" magazine that said we would be on mars in 30 years, and that we would terraform mars and turn it into a more earth-like planet. it's coming true faster than i thought it would. >> there a to ask questions. tell us about that. >> you'll have several high schools in washington that are actually s.t.e.m. schools, that every student who is going there is a science technology engineering or math student. and we gathered together 100 of those students yesterday at the headquarters of national geographic and we showed them the first episode of the series. and i think they were pretty blown away.
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they wanted to go? >> we asked them in the beginning of the day and only a few hands went up. and at the end of the day, a lot of hands went up. >> when will we be able to see the series? >> it starts november 14th, 9:00 eastern time. and it will, it's an hour-long series. that will run for an hour every week for six weeks. >> on the national geographic channel? >> yes. >> thank you so much for coming to talk with us about this. are you ready to go? >> tomorrow. i would go >> i think i'm going to stick around here. thanks. we want to show you a look outside, as the day goes on. it will feel cooler and cooler. but there's good news in the
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i'm melissa mollet breaking news from the live desk. guilty on all counts, that is
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bridgegate case. two former allies of new jersey governor chris christie found guilty in a plot to use traffic jams for political retaliation. the former deputy chief of staff bridget kelly and former port authority bill baroni were accused of causing the traffic jams on george washington bridge to punish fort mayor. is knowledge of the plot. both defendants say he didn't know what was going on. the most serious charges against kelly and brokeni carry the possibility of 20 years in prison. we'll keep you updated as we get more information, erika in. >> thanks, melissa. a new effort to keep everybody safe on the road. the fall street smart campaign just started. you're looking at a display of 75 shoes and helmets on southern avenue in southeast.
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district last year. >> how is this when a car hits a pedestrian, the car wins. people don't come with safety rails, bumpers or air bags. >> the effort involves increasing fines for anybody who breaks the law. including pedestrians. both drivers and jaywalkers could get a $500 fine for breaking the rules. we are getting a peek at the official art work festival. >> the big unveiling happened last night at the smithsonian american art museum this will be the 90th anniversary of the festival that kicks off on march 20th and runs through april 16th. the festival will mark 105 years since the cherry trees were given to the district by japan. >> it looks like a much more modern take on things this year. >> we've got beautiful color.
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earlier, driving down 66 yesterday and could you see the color this might be one of the last weekends to get the pop. we don't have a lot of rain in the forecast. we haven't had a lot of rain. we barely had an inch in d.c. less than an inch in october. you may notice a lot of things are dry out there and the leaves and trees are one of them. a lot of leaf drop coming down. that's going to continue to be the trend through this week. we will have cooler nights, we're already peaking for leaf this weekend. gorgeous but breezy this afternoon. the winds will calm after about 6:00, :00 tonight. so if you're headed out for a night on the town, it won't be as blustery. it's just not going to be blusty, but still chill. y we don't have any rain chances, next weekend, next weekend, maybe, that's it. we've got some nice weather to take note of that if you need
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>> the winds at about 10 miles per hour, we're seeing higher gusts in spots, upper 50s, lower 60s. shenandoah valley topping out in the upper 50s. cool all around and seasonable all around. the wind will die down tonight, but we're looking good and looking good through the remainder of the day. some areas again reaching into the mid 60s. just going to be a very delightful pleasant afternoon and a great back as daylight saving time ends on sunday morning. 2:00 a.m. before you go to bed, make sure to set the clocks back. you get an extra hour, which is good, but the sunset at 6:04 and sunday it's going to come quick. high school football bonfires, the winds are calming down and the farmers market looking good and hiking, wonderful and sports outside for the kids.
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saturday morning. so you might want to dress them in some layers, otherwise looking good. let me just step back and you can see this election day wonderful. temperatures low to mid 60s. pretty boring forecast for us meteorologists, the next chance of rain not until friday night into saturday. temperatures next weekend pretty cool. thank you, lauryn. a local boy shows off his wrapping skills to ellen and the video is guaranteed to make you stage, a play that looks at the pressures facing young women in american high schools. it's inspired by a real-life teen pregnancy controversy. we'll get a behind-the-scenes look from the director and one of the stars. stay with us. vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening. said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance,
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and then, real mad, like real angry, he said who the hell you been like you don't deserve the best? >> this is a scene from an award-winning story about three young women involved in what was rumored to be a pregnancy pact at a massachusetts high school. joining us to talk about this production of "milk like sugar" at the mosaic theater company are director jennifer nelson and actor christina johnson, welcome to both of you. i understand this is a premiere showcasing of this here in d.c.,
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a couple of productions in other states. this this is a play that you wanted to bring here. >> yes. >> tell us why. >> i was familiar with the playwright who has had some successes with other shows. when i read about the play, i thought it had a potential relevance for our community. particularly because it's primarily about girls. and we don't get to see a lot of plays in which the main characters e and teachers, other very distinguished roles to play. but not a show that really focuses on the lives of young women. >> well, you are in this show, you're one of the stars, tell us about your part. >> i play a teenaged girl named annie and basically throughout the play she's just trying to find where she fits in. there's societal pressures, peer pressure from her friends and they decide to make this pact. basically through this pact she's trying to find something i
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feels like that is having a child and becoming a mom. >> and there is an actual pregnancy pact among the young girls in this story? >> yeah, yeah. the three girls, well actually my character comes up with the idea that we should all get pregnant at the same time. it will be cool, we'll be fierce lions and we'll be these amazing young women and they decide that that's the best choice for them. >> jennifer, is this based on a true story. >> yes to a certain extent, the but it was as you said, based on something that happened in the boston area, where a group of girls made a pact, that they would all try to get pregnant so they could have babies around the same time. >> and what drew you to the story? >> well again, i love the fact that it's about girls, most of our cultural performance pieces whether it's film, television or
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protagonists and there are females in them. but the women and the girls are usually supporting cast and the mothers, the wives, the daughters of the primary characters. i love the fact that this is telling the story of three young women and what they perceive to be their life choices. >> and kashana do you feel as a young woman this really does address some of the issues we may not talk about? >> definitely. even with having in massachusetts, that pact is evidence that it is very real. i mean you see it every day. you see young girls pushing strollers and you know, have like their kids you know walking behind them and i see it when i was growing up with kids in my school. and even in families. it's very much present in our community. >> where will we be able to see this now? i know it's opening soon. it's opened already, right?
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>> at the atlas performing arts center? >> 1331 h street northeast. >> how long will it be running? >> running through the month of november. ample opportunity to get out and see it. >> we close november 27th. >> people should definitely see it, you say it's worth it. >> it is worth it. >> thank you so much for coming in to tell us about it. >> thank you for having us. >> erika? >> thank you, barbara. keeping the history and charm of an old d.c.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump.
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a church on the outside, condos on the inside. it's the latest housing trend as developers come together to bring new meaning to old buildings. news4's wendy rieger takes a look inside a classic church on capitol hill that's about to be born again. >> well, your guests won't not when it's this big red church on the corner of 8th and d northeast. built in 1898, this christian he had fist is being reincarnated into condominiums called appropriately, the sanctuary.ed into condominiums called appropriately, the sanctuary. it was an incredible opportunity to restore it in its absolute glory. >> it is glorious.
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sacred. the windows were restored to their original beauty by artisans in pennsylvania. >> actually took every single window in the building out and took it apart piece by piece. and then put it back together. it was expensive. but it was really appropriate for this building. >> it's not unusual for developers to find old, historic gems and bring them into modern use, like this school turned into condos on capitol hill. but churches can pose a chle and how do you turn a bell tower into a living space? >> there wasn't a wall in this building that we didn't consider, didn't move once or twice. >> the reuben says the responsibility doesn't stop with the building. his group also helps the congregations move to larger homes. >> this is like sacred ground to us. >> pastor john mccoy of the word of god baptist church stands at the site of his old church which
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itself. in fact the back wall is where we had our baptisms. >> the reuben group purchased the old church and helped the congregation find a bigger home in university park. >> it appeared they really cared about what happened to us. >> because the old church was not historic, the building wasn't restored. the new condos will bear the pastor's name as an homage to his legacy. >> i really appreciate that. >> with congregations at the seams and parking a constant burden in the city. more churches may be up for sale. for the glorious structures that should be saved, must be saved, the sanctuary shows them the way. >> the sanctuary is open for business now. and the units goer in from $350,000, to $1.7 million for the mack daddy condo. i'm wendy rieger, back to you.
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>> they took out each piece by piece. uh-huh. how much is this going to cost me. >> now we know. >> there's been a few of those reconstructed churches, just beautiful. >> stunning. absolutely stunning, if you've got that money. let's take a look at the forecast. >> you know what else is looking beautiful, this weather. now yeah it's a little chilly out there, current temperatures upper 50s to lower 60s. will continue to fall into the 30s and 40s, overnight. 63 is wheree' out today. it is a little breezy. the wind will continue to die down as we head after 6:00, 7:00. just beautiful, don't forget to set the clocks back, daylight savings time ends early on sunday. ten-day forecast. we've got a beautiful weekend ahead. election day, gorgeous, especially if you're standing in line which i assume there's going to be next chance of rain, which will be next weekend. ??
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?? that is dylan gilmer from annapolis. he'll be on today's episode of "the ellen degeneres show." doing a rap performance, talking about how i life has changed since his first visit to the show. >> you have a girlfriend? >> yeah. >> you going to put a ring on it? >> i don't no leave yourself open. you'll meet a lot of people, probably. >> i'm going to meet a lot of people. >> ellen didn't let him leave the show without a special surprise. you'll have to tune in at 3:00 on news4 to find out what that surprise is. he is so cute. >> yes, he is. >> you'll have to tune in for to see what exactly that is, it will be a fun show. >> i wonder if it's that car.
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. stand by, everyone. we were he live in five, four, three, two, one. ? ? ? cubs are going to win ? >> that is fans rushing out to get the best spot for the victory parade. what a beautiful day in chicago. welcome to "access hollywood live." they are still partying there. my whole family from chicago got up early, down there, in this. >> in that melee. >> oh, yeah. >> where are they? somewhere there? they are piling in for good reason. the victory parade kicks off

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