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name was called, stretching out his hand and saying no loudly. loud enough for all of them to hear. the vote rejected with a 49-51 margin here. in all, we're talking about three republican senators. susan collins, lisa murkowski and john mccain voting no along with the 48 democrats. the vote was a major blow to senate leaders and president trump who all promised in campaigns to repeal and replace. here's reaction from the floor after that vote. >> i regret that our efforts were simply not enough. >> we are relieved. not for ourselves but for the american people. >> republican leaders including vice president mike pence pressed mccain for his vote for nearly an hour in the chamber while senators waited in tense anticipation. now, mccain eventual no vote was met b
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that is the latest from the live desk. back to you. >> molette, thank you. president trump didn't waste time reacting to the vote this morning. he tweeted three republicans and 48 democrats let the american people down. as i said from the beginning, let obamacare implode, then deal. watch. end quote. a look at what happens next in a live report from capitol hill in about 15 minutes. police will return to the trail in fairfax county where a woman was stabbed. they'll be looking for clues in the crime that happened yesterday morning around 7:00 in vienna. she was headed to the metro station when a man came up behind her, stabbed her in the neck and ran away. that woman is expected to recover. but people in the neighborhood are still on edge. >> it's a little unsettling. this is in general a pretty safe neighborhood. people always walking around with the metro there. that path is utilized so often. >> police only
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description of the suspect. the attack was unprovoked. this is the third major crime on a local trail in two days. yesterday, a man's body was found in delphi, maryland, yards from homes and where kids play. a man and a dog were fatally shot on the anacostia rir walk in d.c. police have not made arrests in either i have these crimes. we're walking to help keep you safe. >> these are things that everybody should consider. don't walk alone, especially in an isolated area. including trails, stairways, alice and elevators. if you feel you're being followed, turn and look at the person. should you feel threatened. safety experts say you yell fire, instead of help. people are more likely to respond. 4:32. covering northern virginia now. >> the motion passes. >> after two years of
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fairfax county will get a new name. if you have the nbc washington app, you saw the alert on your phone last night. the renaming will start next fall. they request it will be changed to stuart, simply stuart high school. each after the decision, the crowd remained divided on whether a school should be named for slave holding confederate general. >> i feel sad. i believe it is a process that was corrupt and it was just inkprens believe from the beginning. >> i'm happy for that. >> why? >> because we're dismantling white supremacy. >> the permanent name change will take effect by the fall of 2019. you can read more about the controversy that led up to the vote in the nbc washington app. we're following a developing story this morning. an 18-year-old woman in critical condition in fredericksburg. officers received rofrpts gunshots on
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from a park. when police arrived, the woman had been shot in the head. police have not released any suspect information but ask anybody with information to please call them immediately. this man behind bars in connection with a stabbing at a home in woodbridge. prince william county police say this man is facing several charges for the violent assault. take a look. chopper 4 over the home on east longview drive yesterday as police and firefighters arrived at the scene. officers were called to that home for a stabbing. when they arrived, they found the house on fire. they rushed in to save a woman and two children. the woman stabbed was rushed to the hospital. the kids are okay. three officers had to go to the hospital for smoke inhalation. at least one has been released. breaking news out of spain. dozens hurt during a morning commuter train crash. this happening in barcelona. these are images just in. we
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crashed in northeastern barcelona, slamming into the bumpers in a train station there. five are in serious condition. that is the latest. now back to you. he's kept himself under control pretty well. this might be four in a row! >> it was so many home runs in this nationals game. you may have missed part of it. they hit four in a row. back to back to back to back. that ties a major league baseball record. the nats also hit four other homers before and after this moment. if you were there rng, you watc them tie the franchise record. they will face the rockies against the brewers. early in that game, it was like 15-1. >> that's right. >> time now 4:35.
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taylor who is in for melissa. first to chuck and sheena. we're in weather alert mode. today, we're talking sump pumps. check them out. >> the nats/brewers game supposed to be at 7:05 tonight. i don't think so. the odds of them playing that game are somewhere between slim and none. >> i agree with you. we have heavy rain that's going to be developing later this afternoon and getting heavier through the evening. your morning commute, a shower possible. but this is going to be the driest point of the day. few showers, evening commute. rain and thunderstorms. flooding possible. we expect it to get heavier from 2:00 p.m. today until 2:00 p.m. saturday. 1 to 4 inches of rain, chuck. >> yes, indeed. today will be the first of two very wet days. heaviest of the rain likely late
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the day at least tomorrow. pockets of moderate rain could last well into your saturday. keep that -- heavy rain coming in later on in the afternoon. and through your friday evening. saturday, rainy, wind and chilly. i mean, really chilly. temperatures tomorrow afternoon would be more typical for october than late july. that's how out of whack this storm is. sunday things dry out and if you have monday off, good news. it's going to be super and sunny. jack taylor, are you getting monday off? >> no. i will be here along with everybody else, unfortunately. we're going to start things off, for a friday morning, number of the the overnight work crews called it for the night, which is good. clean and green so far. you'll find 29 northbound before 175, crews are still working there. the right lane is getting by. so far so good in virginia. no worries. a live look in
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in news for your health now. scientists may have found a way to keep your dangerous genes from being passed on to your kids. researchers have successfully changed the department na in human embryos as a way of preventing disease. they used something called crispr. it's to replace unwanted genetic information. it could eliminate inherited diseases like some cancers and sickle cell anemia. >> if i could prevent my kid from having to be up in pain and crying 24/7, i would do anything in my power to stop that. >> it's one of those things that's inevitable. hard to control and regulate because the technology is so accessible. >> they worry it could create design
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chloroowe. here's unpleasant news for your health that may make you say no thank you to cake. they pop out bacteria on to the frosting when they blowout candles. they put 15 more times on the -- >> i'm a no mess no fuss -- i'm a five second rule girl. no huh-uh. >> 4:42 right now. if you have outdoor plans this weekend, they could be washed out. plus, tomorrow, not looking like a good day. as we go into sunday, that's the day that looks pretty good. we'll talk about that forecast coming up. what you see on the screen, that's a flash flood watch for the area. everybody is under this for very heavy rain this evening. we'll show you the
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they're already at the center of an investigation. we've learned the feds are expanding their probe into certain vehicles. why some drivers say they're being exposed to carbon monoxide when they drive. white house communications director unleashes the vulgar interview that fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. and with the new fios gigabit connection... you get our fastest... internet ever. with download speeds up to 940 megs - 20 times faster than most people have. switch to fios gigabit connection with tv and phone for $79.99 a month online for the first year. plus hbo for one year and multi-room dvr service for two years, all with a two-year agreement. and switching has never been easier. get out of your contract with up to a $500 credit to help cover your early termination fee. go to
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morning days after promises of improved communications. here's a look at today's new york daily news cover. it reads mooch madness. talking about the white house communications director. anthony scaramucci and the new york post cover reads -- there's infighting amongst members of president trump's administration. scaramucci says he shouldn't have trusted a reporter and won't let it happen again. he's talking about the reporter from the new yorker. he published where he went on a profanity laced tirade. he went after bannon. scaramucci called priebus a paranoid schizophrenic and threatened to fire everyone in the -- the new press secretary, sara huckabee sandsers defended her new boss. >> sometimes we have a lot of
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coming in with a variety of backgrounds, different perspectives, you may not agree on everything. >> before attacking the reporter he spoke to on record, scaramucci said he would refrain from using colorful language in his new post. it was supposed to be a big win for the president, but it's back to the drawing board when it comes to repealing the affordable care act. >> it fell flat in a dramatic early morning vote. edward lawrence is here to walk us through exactly how this happened. edward, good morning. >> good morning, erika. it was a big surprise for many republicans that this happened. they knew they would lose two republican senators and worked late into the night and the overnight hours when that vote was cast. now, the thirst and deciding vote was senator john mccain. he surprised everyone when he came up and gave a dramatic thumbs down. there was a gasp in the room when it happened there. it was voted down
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there were cheers outside as the protesters who gathered outside the u.s. capitol heard it happened that the bill was voted down. they started cheering and chanting that this was the right thing to do. >> edward, now that the latest version of that bill has failed, what's next? >> aaron, what happens now is sort of gasp or come to jesus moment so to speak for republicans, they need to get on the same page and go forward to get something through the congress. at the moment, on health care, they are gridlock going forward. the president desperately trying to get a win with health care. they tried the repeal and replace. that didn't work. they're trying "the skinny" replace version where you place some of it and that didn't work. they're going to have to go back to the drawing board. experts say it's going to be a while before republicans try again. >> edward lawrence on the hill this morning. edward, thank you. it's 4:48 right now. president trump honored first responders who protected members of congress from the gunmen at that baseball practice labs
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month. two capitol police officers and three others were awarded medals of valor. they helped contain the shooter and saved lives. >> these officers saved the lives of every innocent person on the field that day. they are american heroes. and we salute them. >> the senate passed a bill to expand the capitol police memorial fund. it will assist not oenly the families of police officers killed but those injured in the line of duty. a triple shooting in alexandria that happened in delray neighborhood blocks from the baseball field where a gunman opened fire last month. police say the suspect shot at a car traveling on east hollow avenue. three people were treated at the hospital but are expected to be okay. the suspect knew the victims. they're not
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because he's charged as a juvenile. we just got word d.c. police are looking for four young suspects in a robbery in northwest. all of them girls around 11 years of age. police are searching for the young juvenile girls following a robbery and snatch that happened at 9th and n streets. they were last seen running northbound on 8th street. the circumstances surrounding the robbery still unclear. back to you aaron. >> thank you. the ohio state fair will be open this weekend. but no one can get on any rides. that's because investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a deadly malfunction. part of the fireball ride broke off and an 18-year-old marine recruit was killed. inspectors went over the fireball ride three or four times in recent days and didn't find any issues. it passed inspection hours before the tr
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amusement park ride has been suspended in another area -- hundreds may be headed to the area after the planning board gave the green light to a top golf facility at national harb harbor. it's a sports entertainment venue. the plan means the current top golf in alexandria would be relocated no national harbor. top golf is planning new locations in loudoun county and germantown. there's a baby boom in chicago. the nine month anniversary of the chicago cubs world
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once st. gets past noon to 1:00. heavy rains likely as early as potentially 3:00 or 4:00 and here's the real shot of he have heavy rain in after 6:00 or 7:00 this evening. blinding rain overnight tonight. flood watches are issued. flash flood watches everywhere. remember to avoid high or fast moving water. the highest risk again is overnight. here's our computer output for estimated rainfall amounts. between now and 8:00 tonight. maybe as much as 1 to 2 inches much before it's all said and done. look at this. some places down into parts of southern maryland, potentially as much as 5 inches of rain or more. be
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ten-day forecast. flooding late in the day. rain ends early sunday. sunday afternoon should be dry and a nice stretch of dry weather to clean things back up. let's go to jack taylor. at least the roads rbts too wet yet. >> thanks. the evening, we're planning ahead for that. 270 going northbound. up in urbana. crews have been working overnight. should be in the clearing stages. the left lane blocked. otherwise, as you can see. no cloud cover. no red lines on my beltway map. you're in good shape. inner, outer loop. nothing to deal with. nice quiet friday. back to you. jack, thank you. a complete stranger is accused of trying to lure her young daughter. now we're hearing from the mom frantic to let the girls go out of her sight. >> she was doing what a lot of people do, walking to the metro when out of nowhere she was stabbed. what police are doing in
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this is really smart. she kind of knew it wasn't right right away. she says i don't think my mom would have told somebody else to get me. >> that is a worried mothr'
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private. she's proud of her daughter's quick thinking. president leesburg mom says it saved her daughter from a dangerous situation. >> stranger danger. this happened on tuesday afternoon. that little girl was riding her bike when a car suddenly pulled up to her. the woman inside told her little girl that her mom was in the hospital and she needed to get in the car to come with her. that little girl knew better. she rushed home instead. the car kept following her for blocks. the mom hasn't been able to let go of the what-if. >> i've been panicked about this for days. she's fine. she moved on because that's what kids do. she doesn't want anybody talking about it anymore. i'm traumatized over it.
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blue or green eyes. here's tips to keep your kids safe. come up with a safe word. anybody picking up your child should know that word. the national center for missing or -- have kids practice yelling and kicking and screaming. a problem that could be putting police officers in danger is about to be a part of an even bigger investigation. the u.s. national highway traffic safety administration is looking into ford explorers that may be leaking carbon monoxide. new overnight, prote
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cheers after the senate deals a devastating blow to health care reform. the president is already soupeding off. >> the motion passes. after years of contentious debate, a northern virginia school is about to get a new name. but some say it is not enough. >> this might be four in a row. and back to back to back to back. the nats game everybody is going to be talking about that just made franchise history. >> storm team 4, it may be calm outside. but the storms you see to the west. they have us in storm team 4 weather alert mode this morning. it is 5:00 a.m. good morning everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm erika gonzalez in for eun yang. by the time the storms make it to our area, they could really create chaos.


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