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two big stories unfolding right now. breaking news, notorious mexican drug lord el chapo in u.s. custody. his surprise extradition to new york. but first -- setting the stage for a histor
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america great again. >> just being in d.c. tonight i feel like is part of history. >> from our nation's capital to new york city. celebrations -- >> no trump, no kkk. >> -- and demonstrations. live team coverage on the eve of the inauguration of donald trump. >> good evening, i'm chuck scarborough. >> and i'm natalie pasquarella live in washington, d.c. where we are about 12 hours away from the swearing in of the 45th president of the united states? excitement is in the air, anticipation is building as crews put the final touches on a celebration that will mark the start of donald trump's four-year term as president. we have a team of reporters in washington, d.c. following all the events on this inauguration eve. now, we did see president-elect trump's motorcade roll in earlier tonight. i saw all the -- heard the flashes, sawhe
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block away from union station where the vice president-elect hosted a private dinner. many didn't expect him to stage but he did. >> this was a victory for all of us. >> president-elect donald trump grabbed the mic and addressed some of his biggest supporters at a private dinner in union station thanking his cabinet members and donors, even cracking a joke about the forecast for his big day tomorrow. >> if it really pours, that's okay, because people will realize it's my real hair and that's okay. >> mr. trump donned his tux just like others stepping out for the inaugural events. >> a lot of positive energy and wonderful people we've met and i've liked everything. ♪ there ain't no doubt i love this land ♪ sing it! ♪ god bless the usa >> earlier today, the make america great again ceat
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at the lincoln memorial. >> we're going to make america great for all a quiet scene at the white house were the obamas are spending their final night as america's first family. and a short walk away from there at blair house donald trump is spending the night. he's had a busy night already and chris lawrence gets us caught up from the inauguration desk now. chris? >> jim, a little more than a mile away there from shomari and though protesters, the president-elect was thanking his supporters at union station. but he singled out spokesperson kellyanne conway and brought her right up on stage. >> there is no den she will not go into. when my men are petrified to go into certain networks, i say kellyanne, would you do it?
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then she gets on and she just destroys them. so anyway, thank you, baby. thank you. thank you. >> reporter: he and his family kicked off the inaugural festivities at the lincoln memorial. lee greenwood, toby keith and three doors down performed at the concert which culminated with a huge fireworks display. mr. trump recounted his campaign against hillary clinton and how he overcame the polls, but he also hinted at trying to unify the country as president. >> i'm the messenger. i'm just the messenger. on the campaign i called it the forgotten man and the forgotten woman. you're not forgotten anymore. that i can tell you. but we're going to make america great for all of our people, everybody. everybody throughout our country. >> tomorrow morning after church services mr. trump will have coffee at the white house with president obama and then both men will ride to the capital g
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chris lawrence. >> chris, thank you. well, despite the protests, there is still plenty of glitz and glam all over washington tonight. >> the inaugural balls are under way already. one of them at the new museum of african-american history and culture on the national mall. >> news 4's kristen wright is there and got a chance to talk to a few people on the red carpet. >> reporter: it was a lot of fun and you know the ball is still going on right now. let me tell you, it is a party. the truth of the matter is, even though most, i'd say, inside the museum tonight were not happy about the outcome of the election, however they are so hopef fuful about the future. it's a big crowd inside the national museum of african-american history and culture tonight. the mood celebratory. but at the same time, there is that seriousness in message here and feeling and really a
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action to un political differences and too continue to rally for the same causes and interests that many in the museum tonight have fought and advocated for during the outgoing administration, a lot of star power on the red carpet tonight. a lot of big celebrities and activists. one thing is clear, the peace ball is not supposed to be a protest of the new administration but rather a time to look forward, they say, to be the best country we can be. >> i think sometimes people forget that democracy isn't about just electing somebody and sitting back, it's also about being active. you know, president obama and his farewell address said we have to dig in and continue to be active. democracy is not something you sit on the sideline and watch happen to you. >> tonight's event is about celebrating the awesome people that are going to still be here and really make sure to hold this presidency accountable. >> who are these
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what are some -- how do we connect? how do we have similar agendas? how do our agendas -- how can we mobilize real change? of course they're disenchanted with nafta, of course they're disenchanted with the wto, of course they're disenchanted with the trade agreements and everything happening and the loss of jobs. >> reporter: danny glover so pass nation. an an andy shalal who started the peace ball when president obama was elected, we asked him how it paired between the first and second. he said you know what? it's amazing because we're here at the national museum of african-american history and culture. just a fun and exciting night. back to you. >> thank you, kristin. the virginia republican party teamed up with several other groups for the all american inaugural ball. organizers tell us this party is an opportunity for trump supporters to celebrate the
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president-elect and to honor our military veterans, law enforcement and first responders, that includes heroes in the commonwealth and around the country. guests danced the night away at the hyatt regency capitol hill in northwest. security measures for tomorrow's historic event are in place on land, over water and in the air. right now more than a hundred blocks of downtown d.c. are closed off to traffic. thousands of fences and barriers are up along the national mall and big heavy vehicles are in place now to stop potential attacks from large trucks like those carried out last year in france and germany. homeland security chief jeh johnson toured the parade route today. he says there's no specific credible threat. getting around today was hard enough. you can imagine it's going to be tougher tomorrow with those road closures in place now. there are also restrictions on what you can take with you on to the national mall. keep in mind, some metro stations are also closed, too. to stay up to date and inhe
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know, you can just go to our nbc washington app and search "inauguration" for all the info. >> news 4 has you covered tomorrow with more than 14 straight hours of inauguration coverage. >> it will start with news 4 today at 4:26 tomorrow morning. then at 7:00 a.m. we'll be streaming live on your nbc washington app from our inauguration cafe. the bayou bakery on capitol hill will have live guests there and interviews covering all the days events and how a trump administration could impact our region. download us and join me, wendy, aaron and david tomorrow on our app and on cozi, our digital 4.2 channel. then doreen and vance take over on air when the parade begins along with legendary parade announcer charlie brotman taking you up to nightly news at 7:00.
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forecast and the timing of the rain. >> not good if you're heading out to events tomorrow. the timing perfect if you're going to be out and about tomorrow if around the 11:00 to 2:00 hour. that's when most activities are happening and when the rain is coming in. i'll show you what's happening right now. storm team 4 radar, you can see the rain down towards the atlanta area. heavy rain, this is a lot of rain to the south. this storm will lose its punch as its makes its way our way. the computer model bringing our rain across the area. around 11:00, there it is. most of it will be on the light side, but you'll still need the umbrellas, ponchos, rain boots, that's a good idea. so rain for the inauguration, dense fog tomorrow night, maybe drizzle tomorrow night in through saturday morning and tracking a nor'easter. this is one we're going to watch closely. heavy rainfall, wind and a few other things, too. my complete forecast in 10 minutes. >> thank you, doug. just in from a fairfax county courtroom. a judge has sentenced
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for her role in a brutal home invasion. the former lawyer along with her husband were convicted last year. andrew schmuhl stabbed, tasered and shot her former boss leo fisher and his wife sue duncan as he held them hostage inside their home. alecia was in the car communicating with her husband through go phones. schmuhl's defense said she didn't know what her husband had planned. three generations of a family clung together as they remembered vivian marrow. the 68-year-old who used a wheelchair was shot and killed near her d.c. home sunday morning by a man shooting at somebody else. new tonight, news 4's jackie bentsen learned a crime camera near that scene wasn't working that day. >> it could have your mother, it could have your grandmother, it could have been your sister, it could have been anybody.
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you know so we can solve this case. >> reporter: they gathered with candles near the spot at the forest ridge apartments on elvins road southeast where vivian marrow lost her life in a horrifying sequence of events monday morning. friends say their hearts ached when they saw this grainy security video taken from a nearby building showing the woman many called miss vivian trapped in her wheelchair unable to maneuver away from the gunman and the man he was chasing. >> my mother loved you guys. >> reporter: her children expressed the family's anguish. ♪ i'm gonna let it shine >> she raised some of y'all out here, you know? my mother gave love. i'm begging you, somebody, please, please, i don't have her no more. >> do what y'all supposed to do. he's an animal out hear what that pistol. i know y'all seen that stuff on
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television. >> reporter: news 4 learned the crime camera located 50 feet from what ms. marrow was was not working. police confirm it was down for repair. it would have likely produced images much better than video from the nearby building. there's a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest but ms. marrow's family hopes people will be motivated by what's in their hearts. in southeast washington, jackie bensen, news 4. just over 12 hours until the transfer of power in our nation's capital. our coverage is just getting started. still ahead, a look at the obamas in their last night in th e
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as president obama's time in office comes to a close, many people gathered this afternoon in southwest washington to say thank you. thanks, obama, was held at arena stage from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. the event featured some local artists and a round of applause for the outgoing president. organizers say they came up with this idea back in may of last year. with the moving van all but packed up on the south lawn, mo michelle obama is leaving the place she called home for the last eight years. the first lady posted this video to twitter. you can see her take one last stroll through the halls of the white house. she's joined by the beloved family dogs bo and sunny. social media for the family is under transition as well. moving forward, the president and first lady can be followed on familiar
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handles, @barackobama a and @michelleobama. president-elect donald trump will take over the official potus account but trump plans to keep his personal twitter account when he takes the oath of office tomorrow. hundreds of anti-trump protest plans are happening across the country. one has already erupted in d.c. but the women's march on washington is expected to draw the largest crowd. it's estimated about 200,000 people will crowd the district saturday, just one day after donald trump's inauguration but organizers and marchers say their success isn't measured by how many show up, it's what they do after they leave. >> it is something that we hope people carry on not just on the 21st but when they go home that they remember that energy and use it to inspire action. >> some 400 sister marches are scheduled across the country and around the world. former president george w.
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the former first couple, are doing much better now. >> good news. george w. bush posted this picture on instagram. it shows his father, former president george h.w. bush, extending his hand to his son. next the former president is the former first lady barbara bush. the 43rd president thanked people for the love and support shown to his parents. george h.w. bush is being treated for pneumonia, barbara bush is recovering from bronchitis and former president george w. bush and his wife laura will be here for the inauguration we understand and we all want to know about the timing of the rain that you say is coming. >> it looks nice but tomorrow we will see the rain coming in here. it could be steady but i'm not anticipating it to be too heavy. some areas allow umbrellas, others don't so know before you go or maybe just taken a umbrella that you can throw away if they don't let it in because w
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it will be coming down just during the inauguration. 41 degrees currently calm winds, not a bad night out there. but it's cool in some areas, 32 winchester, at or below freezing in some areas but that won't affect the rain tomorrow, by early tomorrow i expect most temperatures to rise by a couple degrees as the rain moves in. rain isn't that far off. you can see igt right back here towards eastern kentucky and portions of tennessee trying to move over the mountains. the rain is down towards atlanta, very heavy rain here but the system will fall apart as it moves our rain. so it won't be a heavy rain producer, it's just the timing. 8:00 tomorrow morning, there could be showers, around 7:00, 8:00 that will make the roads wet for that morning rush. give yourself extra time. but it's around that 11:00 hour we see the rain overspread most of the area and i expect it
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in around that time, anyway. by 1:00 the heaviest rain moves out. between 11:00 and 2:00 is when we see the rain then it's out of here by 3:00 meaning most of the parade route should be on the dry side although the roads will be wet. some equipment wet, too. tomorrow night into saturday morning the fog sets in and that fog and drizzle could be fairly thick and by saturday morning we mentioned the women's march there could be fog out there, a rather wet conditions on saturday morning too. temperatures on saturday rebound to the 50s. tomorrow 49, periods of rain, steady at times but mostly on the lighter side so that impact tomorrow normally but tomorrow we'll have people out and about so that's why we have it at moderate impact. light rain, jackets, too, it will be a cool rain and much slower commutes around the area and that includes if you're walki
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satusunday. sunday and monday tracking a more to easter that moves up the coast, heavy rain saturday and again on monday and very heavy rain, one to three inches, falling temperatures during the day and it may end as snow well to the north and west. >> behind that system tuesday wednesday and thursday get nice so four days of wetness here then much better next week. >> thank you, doug. the goals keep coming for the capps plus john wall takes a bite out of the big apple. >> first, here's jimmy fallon. hey, guys, aziz ansarry is my guest tonight. plus we have carrie brownstein, musi
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kicking us off tonight with the high scoring caps. >> the caps offense having not skipped a beat while taking on the blue note tonight. last time out, the caps scored seven and lost, snapping a nine-game win streak. another streak lives on, though, the capitals have scored five or more goals for the fifth straight game for the first time in almost seven years, including tonight's matchup against the st. louis blues. barry trotts and the boys not feeling blue after their last loss. first period they go to work early, glides in, spins in, fires, just sneaking it right in there. eighth of the season, caps will be up 1-0. to the second period we go, caps up 3-1, off
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brett connolly says don't mind if i do on that one making it 4-1 capitals. now, in the third, caps up 6-1 but not slowing down, kuznetsov makes it a touchdown washington. caps have scored 26 goals in their last four games. they win this one 7-3. now john wall and the wizards with the second of back-to-back taking on carmelo anthony's nicks. melo probably never wanting to see this play again wide open, misses the jumper. he made up for it with 34 points though. remember when otto porter, jr., couldn't miss from three last night? the hot hand stayed around. first wizard in franchise history of back-to-back games with six three pointers. derrick rose missing the shot but he grabs his own rebound, gets the putback, the nicks take the bun-point lead. during the final seconds of the game melo m
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behind his back, no stopping him. 29 points. 13 assists. wizards hold on to win 113-10. now down to level 25th ranked maryland on the road taking on iowa. hawkeyes came to play. jordan stepping back and draining this tray. 11 points for him. iowa ties the game at 66. later in the half, trimble not a fan of that knocking down the three of his own here the game tied at 72. seconds later back at it, great passing, in the corner hitting the three. 20 points for melo, maryland wins it 84-76. on the women's side, third-ranked maryland playing host to michigan. this one pretty even most of the game. third quarter tied at 61. final seconds, kaaya gillespy with the buzzer beater and it's good. gillespie puts them up
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now fourth quarter, too much, brianna jones from michigan passes inside to the senior, she get this is bucket 25 points in 10 boards, nine straight double double. maryland wins it 83-30. how about that, man? >> all good tonight. >> bringing all the good news. >> it's all what? >> a straight flush for all of them. >> good. >> it's good! >> you did it better
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