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right now at 11:00, the map on your right leading to the protest on your left. travel restrictions for people in several predominantly muslim countries provoking powerful reactions at airports around t
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country. but tonight a big break for the demonstrators. good evening and thanks for joining us tonight. i'm erika gonzalez. a short time ago a federal judge blocked the government from deporting immigrants detained because of president donald trump's executive immigration order. the judge's move comes at the end of a very busy saturday for the new president as nbc's terry rosario shows us trump put his pen and phone to good use this weekend. a nationwide stay allowing people dafrnted at airports across the country who landed with valid visas to temporarily remain in the united states. >> we jumped into court immediately overnight and requested this emergency stay to ensure that individuals would not be returned back to their country. >> reporter: president trump's executive order banning syrian refugees indefinitely and immigration from these predominantly muslim countries for 90 days went into effect overnight leaving as many
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travelers stranded. not allowed into the country. >> let them out! >> reporter: from new york to san francisco thousands gathered at airports to protest the acti action. >> a single signature shut down the lives of many people trying to connect with their families. >> reporter: the president says it's to prevent radical islamic terrorists. >> this notion that refugees are potential terrorists is at best an exaggeration because we do not have really any evidence that this happens. >> is it a muslim ban? >> it's not a muslim ban. it's working out very nicely. you see at the airports. aw see it all over. it's working out very nicely. >> reporter: as president wraps up another whirlwind week in office, 18 executive orders. 11 conversations with world leaders. and his first formal visit. sarah rosario, nbc news. president trump's executive order drawing a big crowd of
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international airport. news 4's darcy spencer is watching it all for us. she's live once again at dulles with more on this breaking situation as passengers arrive in our area from outside the country. darcy? >> reporter: erika, we are here at dulles international airport at the international arrival area. if you want to take a look behind me here. the protests are continuing here at this hour. they have been at it since 4:30 this afternoon. we heard from several lawyers today saying that 50 to 60 people were being detained orb held up here from those seven targeted countries for further screening. and since that judge's order we know that several of those people have now been released. >> no hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here! >> reporter: demonstrators at dulles international airport protesting president trump's crackdown on syrian refugees and immigrants from several majority muslim countries. ♪ this land is your land ♪
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>> reporter: they sang songs. ♪ this land was made for you and me ♪ held up signs and cheered as travelers arrived at the international terminal. ♪ zbl welcome to the usa! >> reporter: extra police were on duty. >> we're going to keep this area clear. >> reporter: making sure that peaceful protesters didn't disrupt airport operations. >> refugees are welcome here. welcome. >> reporter: meantime, lawyers were tre to offer legal services to anyone who may have been detained or held up from entering the country legally. this man's brother was arriving from pakistan. >> he's still not here. and i'm very much concerned. >> reporter: this man is a researcher from iran. >> i'm not a threat to the u.s. i'm working 15 hours a day in a laboratory to find treatment for type 1 diabetes. >> reporter: many told news 4
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protests to show their opposition to the president's policy. >> i'm an immigrant myself, now a proud u.s. citizen. my father-in-law is from iran. my son shares iranian and mexican blood. we're here to support refugees, immigrants. >> i felt like i needed to come out here and put aside other things i was doing because it's too important of a moment. >> reporter: back out live, you can see these protesters are still here with their signs. they are chanting. no sign that they are giving up anytime soon. we tried to find out how long they are going to be here. there are a lot of questions about what is happening with people arriving from those countries. it sounds like they plan to continue to stay here until all of those people have been released. we're reporting live from dulles. darcy spencer, news 4. >> indeed very much a developing story. darcy, thank you. before the federal judge's ruling virginia's governor terry mcauliffe,
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denouncing president trump's travel restrictions. attorney general mark herring joining him at dulles this afternoon, both voicing concern that it sends the wrong message and may spark global repercussions. >> we cannot tolerate this type of activity. so we are very concerned discriminatory tactics breed hatred and it will breed hatred toward our nation and it will breed hatred toward americans around the globe. >> those remarks drawing applause from the crowd. mcauliffe has asked herring to see if he could legally help anybody who may be detained in virginia. we've got a photo gallery of the protests at various airports across the country. just open our nbc washington app and search airport protests. we also have more details there on what the judge's order means for people stuck at airports. in other news tonight, a fight between a father and son led to a brutal murder. that's what officers
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waldorf. they say carlton bell jr. attacked his father at a house on topsmelt court not far from smallwood drive. officers found bell sr. dead later that night. they were doing a welfare check. bell jr. involved in a single vehicle accident shortly after that fight and is in the hospital. he'll face first degree murder charges. and we are working to learn more about the deaths of three people in northern virginia. fairfax county police told us today they believe a man killed his wife and his teen son before taking his own life. officers found the body of hong chen, shirley zu and james chen on windy hill road yesterday afternoon. police looking for a motive in the killings. next at 11:00, reaching deeper into your pockets for some of your favorite foods and drinks. why that fear is one step closer to reality. and since no showers
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on into monday, i'll have more on timing and impacts. could there
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d.c. police need your help finding the person who set a woman's hair on fire during trump's inauguration. take a close look at these pictures. police want to talk to this woman. they say the suspect used a lighter. fortunately, the victim wasn't hurt. but this happened about 2:00 in the afternoon on the 700 block of pennsylvania avenue on inauguration friday. new at 11:00, the prices that you pay for everything from groceries to cars to flat-screen tvs could soon spike. the trump administration is proposing a 20% tax on im
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from mexico. the administration says the tax would finance a border wall. >> if this tax comes to fruition, then tomatoes will be selling for $2.49 a pound instead of $1.99 on your retail shelf. >> and don't forget, the u.s. also exports billions in goods to mexico every year. it's our third biggest trading market, in fact. we export one out of every three acres of corn and soybeans there. american farmers depend on that trade and don't want to disturb that arrangement. next on news 4 at 11:00, these guys are braver than i am. despite the chilly wate
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hackers infected d.c. police cameras with ransom ware. according to the wshtd wsht, hackers left the ransom ware on storage devices that record data from d.c. police surveillance cameras. ransom ware encrypts files or locks users out until a ransom is paid. but the city says it did not pay a ransom. the city took the affected devices off line to remove the software before restarting them. 123 devices were unable to record data between january 12th and 15th. the secret service tells the post that public safety was never jeopardized. no word on who was responsible. today d.c.'s mayor reiterated her commitment to making the district
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mayor muriel bowser met with representatives from the city's wards in northwest d.c. she says police initiatives this year will increase officer transparency and accountability and she also talked about the importance of job training programs in the city. >> there's no greater crime-fighting tool to make sure that everybody no matter where they live has the opportunity to get a great education and a good-paying job. >> the mayor's office says overall crime was down nearly 10% in 2016. >> if i can make it here i can make it anywhere. >> fans of the late tv legend mary tyler moore tossing their hats into the air in a tribute outside the newseum today recreating the iconic scene from the opening credits of her self-titled '70s sitcom. moore died wednesday after battling pneumonia. she was 80 years old. as tributes continue tomorrow, moore will be featured in the in memorial segment of the
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actors guild awards. there's a new petition to honor a fallen d.c. firefighter in the mural at ben's chili bowl. fire lieutenant kevin mccray died in the line of duty in may 2015. he was a beloved member of the department. the owners at ben's chili bowl recently painted over some of the mural wall. they're talking suggestions about who should be painted there next. the new mural should be finished by the spring. new at 11:00, a recall on 576,000 audi vehicles. audi is one of volkswagen's luxury brands. the manufacturer recalling certain a5 and q5 models made between 2013 and 2017 because of an engine problem that can start a fire. it's also recalling suvs built between 2011 and 2017. a drainage problem with the sunroof can affect the air bags and spew metal fragments into the suv. volkswagen will notify owners if they are in fact affected. keep an eye out for a new
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virginia. this opened this morning right where route 15 meets i-66 and hay market. it basically shifts the traffic from one side of the road to the other without having to use that left-hand turn. b-dot says it will help keep traffic moving in the area and the entire project should be done by the summer. very brief people took a plunge into the chilly waters -- icy waters i should say of the potomac today. among them d.c. council member mary che who you just saw there. this is the keep winter cold polar bear plunge. it raises money for the climate change action network. every year activists, families, and politicians participate to demonstrate their commitment to fighting climate change. >> announcer: and now your storm team 4 forecast. >> my producer asking amelia, what kind of water were wr those folks getting into? i took a look. low 40s. kudos to you if you took the p
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going to be chilly. highs in the mid 40s. that's pretty normal for this time of year. here's the second weather headline. people asking me a lot about this on twitter tonight and facebook live. snow in the forecast. tomorrow night. and maybe some snow on monday. not a lot of accumulation. after that kind of chilly as we close out january and head into february. it's finally feeling like winter around here. in fact, so far this month our temperatures running on average in total about 6 1/2 degrees above normal. so what does that mean? it's been really warm. it hasn't felt like january. currently, though, it is cold outside. we're in the 20s and 30s. 28 in gaithersburg. 38 degrees in washington. tomorrow morning the district at 34. if we stay above freezing and you can see that is the forecast, this will be the 18th con sktive day that we've been above freezing in january. just another metric of how mild it's been relatively speaking. by lunchtime we're in the mid 40s. a little breezy.
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3:00 p.m. we hit our high of 46. and then tomorrow evening maybe some flurries and maybe a few sprinkles starting to impact the area and around 41 degrees. let me time this out for you. this is the latest with future weather. let's talk about your impact tomorrow during the day. if you're traveling mainly dry, the roads looking good, heading to one of the local ski resorts, looking great. hasn't really been great for skiing or snowboarding in january overall. definitely a few layers if you want to get out there and run. i think if you're going to take the bicycle out i'd just stay indoors and head to the gym. a brunch outdoors, though, or warm jacket if you want to go to georgetown or if you're just walking to meet friends and family, dentally want to bundle up. here's the timing on sunday. i'm starting out during the evening hours. you can see at 6:00 p.m. we're still largely dry. clouds in place. notice here's mainly snow, background. as we move to the overnight hours, 10:00, 11:00 p.m., we start to see snow showers in the area. future weather wants to mac a little bit of rain. r
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it's so cold up above the surface that anything that falls is not going to have time to melt to rain i don't think. we're mainly going to be tracking just snow across the area. notice some moderate snow potentially in frederick and leesburg tomorrow during the overnight hours. now, by 5:00 a.m. really the majority of the snow, the potential for snow already off to the east. maybe a few flurries around monday. but the main event looks to be sunday night into early monday. as we look ahead to monday here's what i know right now. it's on the cold side. we're only in the 30s throughout the day. any snow showers mainly during the early morning hours. most of us we're going to see under an inch. anybody seeing around an inch looks to be in loudoun, northern montgomery, going to be updating the forecast tomorrow morning. but still you know what a little bit of snow does around here. i would allow some extra time for that monday morning commute. tuesday around 50. after
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a special day, some snow maybe and a wintry mix in the forecast. something we'll keep an eye on. >> yes, we will keep an eye on it. thank you, ma'am. while the rest of the team enjoys a weekend of rest, all-stars alex ovechkin and braden
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chris miles here in the csn studios. alex ovechkin, brayden holtby represented the caps tonight in the nhl's all-star skills challenge. ovechkin participated in the hardest shot and the one-timers competition. holtby competed in the goalie's goals. let's check out how they performed. both ovie andt
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in the relay challenge. holtby playing the role of anchor, leading a full ice shot. he makes his third attempt to help the metro division win the relay event. ovechkin's turn for the hardest shot competition. he misses the net on the first one, so he has to take another shot. the second one. well, it goes in. 97.8 miles per hour. which was short of the winner shea webber's 102.8. tomorrow holtby and ovechkin take part in the all-star game, excited to be coached by the great one. >> that's pretty cool. even just walking around here it's a little surreal. walking out of the rink today and there's mario and wayne and luc robitaille. coming in i was a little starstruck. kind of stay out of the way. it will be a lot of fun. >> he told me yesterday he will be coach. i'm actually excited.
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he's your coach. georgetown visiting 11th ranked butler. jesse govan, the big man with a big first half. at the break hoyas down one at the half. second half rodney price takes over. the layup. here's georgetown the lead. 11 straight points over the next two minutes. the last time the hoyas played butler pryor went coreless. the senior finished tonight's game with 20 points. georgetown back-to-back wins. they beat crayton earlier this week, knocked off 11th ranked butler tonight 85-81. the terps remain undefeated on the road and improve to 19-2 on the season. ed in maryland beat minnesota. kevin herder, justin jackson combined to hit three-pointers. maryland will het the court against on
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state. >> we had to play as well as we could play to win. and i thought the second half was good as we played. we were just really determined to win this game. we don't call them freshmen. we call them young guys. they're good players. you know, they don't think about the stage. they just play basketball. it's not their whole life. we rested them going into this game. i did something i've never done. that is a huge game for us. and i thought they were fresh because they did that. george washington only held the lead for three minutes against st. louis today. the very first minute of the game and the final to, the colonials overcame a double-digit deficit to win 63-55. tiler cavanaugh scored a team high to lead the way with 18 points. cw improved to 12-9. alex ovechkin, braden holtby will compete in the nhl all-star game on sunday. the wizards are in new orleans for a 6:00 game. they've won 10
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so the wizards are becoming a must-watch team, erika. >> chris miles, thank you very much. good to see you. heading out tomorrow for church, brunch, bundling up. it will be chilly. >> mid 40s for highs and plenty of clouds. and then some snow tomorrow night, maybe early monday. we'll talk more about that tomorrow on news 4 at 11:00. >> thank you, ma'am. that is our news for tonight. "saturday night live" is coming up next. have a great one, everybody.
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>> mr. trump? [ cheers and applause ] mr. trump, are you ready for your first meeting? >> kellyanne, what are people saying about my cabinet appointments? do they love them? >> um, they're certainly very passionate about them. i just saw one very nice tweet
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they were great for our nation and the future of our childr. >> tremendous, who sent that? >> david duke. >> kellyanne, can i say something? i just want to thank you for all you've done. i wouldn't be president without you. >> i think about that every day. also, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff is here. you remember general dunlap. >> there he is. >> thanks for coming, general. >> my pleasure, sir. i thought we could take a moment to discuss strategy before your upcoming term. >> sure. >> we've been stuck fighting isis in jabhat al-nusra for six years now. so when we found out that you had a secret plan, it really energized us. [ laughter ] >> that's right. a plan. very secret. >> well, whatever it is, we're really looking forward to hearing it come january. it's only seven weeks away. so let's save some lives together, sir. >> tremendous. love .


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