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>> target is teaming up with google to make shopping a little easier. so the store will soon offer voice activated shopping nationwide via google express. i'm telling you, with all this advancement, shoppers will be able to use target red cards and save 5%. walmart offers the same service through google express as well. >> yep. stay with us. "news4 today" continues right now at 5:00 a.m. >> here it comes. he struck him out. >> oh, daggers. just kill me right now. a very sad and depressing morning for all the nats fans out there after a nail biting crazy dramatic edge of your seat game. it was a thrilling game at that. the nationals season is over this morning. that's what i'm calling it. >> sheena comes in to rub it in
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your face. >> royal blue, man. >> i mean, man. that's hardcore. >> [ overlapping talking ]. >> i will say i'm from tampa bay. the rays, you got to get -- that's not why i'm wearing blue. >> oh, my goodness. >> we know there are a lot of bleary eyed fans, though. i tried to stay up. i was falling asleep in and out of game. boy, there were so many moments, you couldn't turn it away. >> you did. you're a baseball fan. that's what happens. >> look at your weather and traffic a minute. but man, this loss hurt more because of this game. it was a do or die game 5 against the cubs. the playoffs lasted for more than 4 1/2 hours. ended after midnight. >> the pitching changes, the crazy stuff that was going on. it was a long game. >> can i just say, i feel bad
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the game is over. a game like this. it's over and you see them being interviewed right away. i know the people watching want to see it. they want to see what the players have to say. i feel bad for them. they don't want to talk about it just yet. ask them in a week. >> they're off on vacation. >> when they've had time to get over it. it's a good day to cry about the nats because the weather is gloomy and the skies will not really be crying with you. but we'll see areas of drizzle around. 61 degrees right now in washington. so as you step outside, it is a little bit cooler this morning. maybe some of the kids might want a light jacket at the bus stop or long sleeves. 58 dulles, 59 manassas. 58 degrees in clinton. going through the day, look at this. we're not really going to have much of a warmup. similar to yesterday. so as we get closer to lunchtime and into the afternoon, we're really only going to be in the 60s with the cloudy skies. it is friday the 13th.
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be gloomy out there. we'll take a look at when the sunshine returns coming up. let's check the friday commute with jack taylor. good morning, jack. >> sheena, good morning. we've got trouble in loudoun county. route 9 closed near purse elavil road. we've got a crash. an investigation is about to begin. authorities are on scene. we also had issues on frederick on 70. westbound toward 85 as you approach 15. the left lane is now getting by. volume still pretty light. not causing that big of a delay. back in to you. here it comes. he struck him out. >> i mean, just heartbreak again. it's a familiar feeling. nats fans waking up to the worst news this morning. they lost a roller coaster game by one run to the chicago cubs. fans were on the edge of their
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what a game. again, here again, wait until next year. you have to have that optimism. what else do you do as a fan? you have to wait for the next year. >> all the cubs fans waited until last year. >> i can't wait that long. i'm not going to be alive. i want to see it. >> this is the fourth time they've lost in the first time in the playoffs. sherry burruss has more r it happened again. the nationals failed to advance in the playoffs. a familiar feeling with a fresh sting. >> seems like if it could go wrong, it d still, we're there. we battled. this one is going to stick with me for a while. >> sucks because i know how hard everybody played. how talented everybody is. just this game is cruel sometimes. >> it's kind of a shock because
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this would be a team that was going to go. it's a little bit of a tough pill to swallow right now. but got to use it as something to motivate you to get better and get back next year. >> you spend more time with these guys than your family for search or eight months. you give up a lot and sacrifice a lot. it's tough. >> reporter: they held on to hope. they kept the iced beer and champagne outside the nationals clubhouse until that final out but then quickly took it down the hall to the reigning world series champion cubs. from nationals park, sherry burruss. >> they had to wheel it down to the cubs. ouch. our team coverage continues now with megan mcgrath. she's live outside of nats park. >> what are you hearing from fans? >> reporter: oh, well, it's just a heartbreaker. yesterday we were talking to fans of about the game. it was just so much excitement, so much optimism. a lot of folks have been here
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but yesterday there was a sense from the fans that this was the year. this was going tonight one. and then, of course, it just didn't play out like that. just tremendously disappointing for a lot of people. as you say, there are a lot of fans out there that are still optimistic about the future, believe it or not. they're terribly disappointed, but they are looking towards the next year. but right now, though, they are definitely expressing their disappointment. not much can be said about the loss. >> i was mad. really mad. >> you thought this was the year? >> actually, i did. actually, i did. >> reporter: so we've seen mad, we've seen sad. we saw one gentleman, we'll hear from him later who kind of shook his head and said, you know, we've been here before. as a fan, what are you going
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season. back to you. >> that is the same sentiment we're feeling in here. we're going to keep supporting the team. megan mcgrath live at nats park for us. megan, thanks so much. i'm mad and sad and all those things too. all those emotions when you open your facebook too. a lot of sadness and dejection. fans were heartbroken. others compared the nats to the caps and their playoff woes. we've been through that as well. now we can focus on rock the red for the caps and hopefully better results there. they have yet to wint series. >> hockey and basketball just starting. breaking news this morning as wildfires rage. officials in northern california say the emergency is far from over. the weather conditions there this weekend could be ripe for fires. >> the high winds and low humidity won't help at all. starting today, police will be going into the burned-out
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the rubble with cadaver dogs. >> meagan fitzgerald is at the live desk with more on the damage and devastation. can't catch a break right now, meagan. >> it's the truth, eun. the numbers are coming in right now. we know that the death toll continues to rise. more and more structures continue to burn. let's break it down. around 400 people still missing. 31 dead. entire neighborhoods completely burned contributing to more than 3500 destroyed structures. this is the deadliest week in wildfire history in california's history. even some firefighters are watching their own homes burn to the ground while they fight to save for others. >> i made it to the entry to my neighborhood. all i could see was fire. there's going to be time to deal with this, time to recover. right now we have a lot of work to do. >> at least 40 northern california firefighters have lost their homes to the wildfires. still, no word on the cause of these fires. but investigators are looking
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were started by downed power lines. eun and chris. >> all right. thank you, meagan. >> this morning, the friends and family of ashanti billie will come together to remember the young woman who was found dead in north carolina. it comes a day after the fbi released new information to help find her killer. this is a photo of her mini cooper with maryland plates. it was spotted in norfolk several days after she didn't show up for work. the fbi is asking anyone who saw this car or billie between september 18th and 23rd to give them a call. this morning, celebration of life service starts at 11:00 at the ebenezer ame church in fort washington. also, take a look at this photo. prince george's county need your help to find courtney freeman. she's only 15 years old. the last time she was seen was on westchester park drive in college park back on tuesday. call police if you have any idea where she is. congratulat
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everybody. [ applause ] >> new this morning, just hours after president trump signed an executive order aimed at changing some of the affordable care act laws, he makes a brash move toward insurance companies much late last night the white house announced plans to halt payments to insurers. the cost shared reduction payments are used to reimburse insurers for lowering out of pocket costs for customers. the white house says the government can't legally continue to make the payments without authorization from congress. but critics of the president call the move a spiteful act that would hike premiums. president trump is expected to announce his decision to decertify the iran deal. the president's decision comes ahead of sunday's deadline that triggers a 60-day window for lawmakers to determine whether to reimpose sanctions related to iran's nuclear program that were lifted as part of the 2015 agreement. officials say the administration specifically wants to renegotiate the
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inspections and to curtail iran's ballistic missile program. tracie potts will join us live to break down what this means for us. if you feel that spook this morning, it's friday the 13th. it's actually pretty rare for this day to fall during the same month as halloween. it's only happened three times in the past 20 years. but why do some people get freaked out over this day? some scholars think it started with christianity. some believe jesus was crucified on a friday and there were 13 guests at the last supper. there are no mentions of the so-called spooky day before the 19th century. so 2,000 years after jesus' death. at some point someone did a study on this and found, no surprise here, you're no more likely to go to the hospital on friday the 13th than any other day. >> 13 is my lucky number. i love 13. >> if you are superstitious today, there is a way to ward off a
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word. pair a skef i deck try phobia. >> apparently, it was made up by donald dosey who told his patients to say it. your brain focuses on something else and you -- >> p friday the 13th movies don't help. >> i don't watch those movies. it may look and feel like friday the 13th. somara, what does that mean? >> face your fears head object. make it a spooky night. i'm going to the field tonight. i don't know how i got into this. i just hope it all goes well. temperatures tonight are going to be dropping into the mid to upper 60s. it will be very cool. we'll have the cloud cover. a little drizzle and mist. definitely a spooky night out. bring a sweater wuchlt. how about this. a hopeful update on a victim of
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. your time is 5 sclon 15. welcome back to "news4 today." good morning, i'm eun yang. >> i'm chris lawrence. we're following a developing story in north carolina where two prison officials have been killed not far from the virginia border. investigators tell us they set fire to the -- in elizabeth city, tried to break out of prison. they were all cute but n-- all t but not before two officials were killed. finally free from a terror group linked to the taliban. now they will get medical and psychological care and a trip back home. pakistani forces rescued caitlin coleman, her husband and three children this week. the network captured the couple five years ago. all three of the children were born in captivity. the family is now safe. but it's not clear where they are right now. military officials say the family asked for
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jason aldean is making an emotional return to his concert after the massacre in las vegas. this was last night in tulsa, oklahoma. you'll remember aldean was performing at the route 91 harvest concert on october 1st when stephen paddock opened fire and killed people and injured hundreds more. >> we gotten couraging news this morning. we're getting great news about the woman in maryland who was shot. >> we're hearing from the father of tina frost. rich frost says his daughter may be able to fly back to our area next week. he made a surprise visit to the hideaway, the restaurant donating thursday's profits to his daughter's recovery. we caught up with him before he rushed to the airport to return to his daughter's side. >> we appci
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everybody is doing for her and pulling for her and all the prayers that are coming. it's helping. she's making progress every hour. we're more and more confident every day she's going to come out of coma and be our good old tina again. >> that is so great to hear. so encouraging. >> she attended arundel high school in an arundel county. >> wishing her all the best. the go fund me page is collecting money to help pay for tina's care. >> it's already raised more than half a million dollars. if you want to help, post a link on the nbc washington app. if you're familiar at all with the high school. it's got a rich history and deep roots in our area. >> absolutely. this weekend. the gonzaga community will honor an alum whose graduation in 1954 made history. gabe smith is the first african-american to receive his diploma from gonzaga. he started
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school back in 1950. that's even before the supreme court ruled to desegregate schools. gabe says teachers and fellow students stood by him. >> that stood out about gonzaga. they did what they felt was right. and you can't argue with that. >> certainly can't. news 4 tonight on news 4. another gonzaga alum. david culver sits down with hinal to learn about his experience. imagine that conversation. you'll have to see -- you'll see what the school has planned to honor gabe. >> i got to tell you for going to a school that long ago, he looks great. >> i want to know what he's doing. >> i would love to know. >> by the way, it's friday the 13th. do you have any superstitions? >> you know what, i am not a superstitious person. i'm not. >> it's her lucky day,
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>> superstitions. >> you know what, i'm going to take a wild guess and say chris has a lot of superstitions. we need to get you that long word you were told to say all day. it is friday the 13th. 61 degrees in the district. it is a little bit cooler this morning. 58 dulles, 58 degrees clinton. 59 manassas. 55 in gaithersburg. as you walk outside, bus stop, kids might want a light jacket. if they think 60 degrees is cool by 7:00 a.m. many of the suburbs could be in the 50s by that time. 3:00 p.m., cloudy, drizzle. still in the mid to upper 60s. we'll be locked in with our cloud cover. most of your saturday. we are dry. so the radar is not showing any rain. here's what's going to happen. the warm air does come back. the sunshine is going to come with it. sunday is going to be feeling like summer. temperaturil
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80s. then look at all the cool air in time for next week. a beautiful stretch of fall-like weather. future weather for today. few areas of drizzle. saturday, clouds are still locked in for most of the day. then by sunday, that's when we start to see big improvements. monday with when the cold front moves through. back into the 60s. the extended forecast. see that fall stretch coming up in a bit. look at the roads on this friday the 13th with jack taylor. good morning, jack. >> good morning, sheena. trouble in loudoun county. crews have been asked to the scene. unfortunately, route 9 remains closed. an early morning serious crash. reroute through the area. we had activity -- the left lane getting by. back to you. >> jack, thank you. >> it's the study a lot of you may be able to relate to. the new research that says men may be getting more out
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so-called bromance then their romantic relationship. >> you have to explain that one. >> remember to join us later today for the ellen degeneres show. today, ellen has the real housewives of new york and skinny girl founder,
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one teenager in michigan proving that girls can do it all. lea she plays on her team's football team and she was crowned homecoming queen. if that is not boss enough for you, alicia, an all state power lifter. i bet she gets good grades, too. just getting it done. >> does it all. does everything well. so do you ever feel your
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other or spouse has a particularly close relationship with his best friend? well, there's a study on this. this is some interesting findings. i'll let you do the honors. >> men may be getting more out of bromances than romantic relationships. you don't say. they interviewed college students who say men feel their buddies don't judge them as harshly as their girlfriends. >> you're going to get in trouble. i am calling your wife. >> researchers, hey, it's easier with conflict and expressing themselves. >> maybe that's why president obama and vice president biden's relationship was so strong. >> resolve conflict better. >> all right. if you're still making plans for the weekend, you can check out the reopening of the
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this is one of the few -- not as visited as the other museums but stunning. >> one of those hidden gems. they're hosting a festival all weekend. it starts with a cool light show. we got a chance to stand by the gallery this morning to get a preview. look at that. this is something you're only going to see on news 4. take a look. there will be a projection mapping light show on the facade of the freer. there are animations as well. all the i am imagination are from collections inside the museum. the entire project took about a year to put together. you can see why. the director explains sort of what the vision of this was for us. >> the sections behind me right now, we transform this amazing building into a series of other different asian buildings. in this case, the forbidden city in beijing. like to bring that into the heart of washington. 's
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>> the projection show will only run saturday night at 8:00 p.m. very cool. everything outside and inside. bewildered in the bathtub. i can't even look at this. the unusual morning discovery. what a local woman did next when she found this guy hanging out inside her house. >> ouch. there's a new twist in the equifax breach. a new hack attac scarek
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hate crimes at the university of maryland. new calls for action. where it happened over and over could be a crucial clue in this case. that ball is hit to left. werth is on it. he can't make the play. >> that was one of many. talk about a painful defeat. all too familiar feeling for nats fans. waking up groggy and grumpy after a game 5 loss. >> because i was hoping. i thought we were winning. we started off good. then everything went bad. >> "news4 today" starts now. roll every coaster ride. up and down, up and downment an emotional toll out of us. at the end, just
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defeat. >> up to bat. strikes out. >> good morning everyone. i know you're as upset as i am. i'm eun yang. >> i don't know if anybody is quite as upset as you. you took it hard. i'm chris lawrence trying to give her moral support here. >> appreciate it. you're a detroit fan. so you've been suffering longer than me. >> three decades. >> my goodness. good news is it's friday. your news 4 team is up today. >> we want to start with the weather and traffic. storm team 4 meteorologist sheena parveen on the weather deck. a look ahead at what we can expect. a drizzly kind of morning. >> this is good weather to lay in fetal position and hold on to your nats jersey. >> eun, if you need to get it out of your system, it's going to be a gloomy day for that. i guess perfect weather. 61 right now in washington. probably suggest at least a light jacket. main i of our suburbs are in the 50s. it's cooler outside. by 8:00
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10:00 a.m., still a chance for spotty drizzle. 64. by lunchtime, mid 60s. we're not going to be warming up today. similar to yesterday with no sunshine in the forecast. not until the weekend. but with that sunshine comes a big warmup. it's going to feel like summer this weekend. wait until you see the weather pattern next week. big changes. we'll talk more about that in a bit. let's check the roads with jack taylor. good morning, jack. >> hey sheena, good morning. heads up for loudoun county. unfortunately, a closure of route 9. a serious crash. accident investigative crews have been requested to the scene. route 9 will be closed for the foreseeable future. plan ahead please when visiting -- better news for those riding the rails this morning. the yellow and blue line had been single tracking to give late clearing track work. they are no longer single will tracking. you can expect residual delays because
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back to you. >> well, this morning the washington national season is over. >> they lost to the chicago cubs in this critical game at home. it was a heartbreaker. >> the ball gets away. and baez is going to be safe at first. and a run is going to score. >> that is a controversial play. that ball should have been dead because the batter hit matt weeders. the ump did didn't see that. max scherzer was pitching. the nats blew a lead. it was up and down. this pain. look at that. all too familiar. deja vu. >> champagne soaked. >> meagan fitzgerald is in the newsroom with what the nats fans are saying about this latest loss. >> yeah. it's a tough one, guys.
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12th of 2012. the nats blew a big lead to the st. louis cardinals in the playoffs. now, exactly five years later, they lost a do or die game again. needless to say, fans are devastated. >> well, i'm a little upset because i was hoping -- i thought we were winning, we started off good and then everything just went bad. >> every year. every year. my heart gets broken in the playoffs. so yeah. that's how i feel. my heart is broken. >> i know, girl. we feel your pain. you'll hear more from fans coming up at 6:00. the players who have a long off-season ahead of them to think about this loss and to get ready for next year. guys, back to you. >> feeling for them. you know what, we had a great season. thank the team for a hard-fought season. >> if you're going to lose, you're losing to the world series champs. hey. it's 5:35. a celebration of
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way in fort washington. it's one day after the fbi released new photos following the student's death. her body was found in north carolina more than ten days after she was missing in norfolk, virginia. they want anyone who may have spotted her 2014 mini cooper with maryland plates to call them right away. the death toll in the wine country wildfires has now risen to 31. making this the deadliest week of wildfires in california's history. right now, authorities are trying to track down about 400 people who are still missing. the damage caused by the fires is enormous. neighborhoods have been wiped out. more than 3500 buildings burned. equifax says its systems were not compromised in the company's latest cyber breach scare. the credit reporting agency disabled one of its pages while a third party vendor iowe this comes one month after a hack of equifax exposed the personal
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million people. >> there are customers still trying to figure out how to protect their identity at this rate. we're working for you this morning concerning a tampering investigation in prince george's county. >> because some teachers and parents reached out to us here at news 4. they wanted to report possible tampering and didn't know who to contact. our prince george's county bureau chief, tracee wilkins went and got answers. >> reporter: there are a lot of teachers inside the prince george's county school system who would like their voices heard in the possibility of grade tampering within the schools. in fact, the investigators who are taking care of this investigation on behalf of the maryland state board of education set up an anonymous hotline and e-mail that a lot of teacher don't know about. the prince george's county school system did not inform employees of how they could participate in this investigation. news 4 began to look into this. after asking questions, the prince george's county school system decided to send
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if they want their voices heard, they can do that. we asked them why they waited until now. that's because investigators asked them do this. if you're interested to finding out the hotline number and how to e-mail, go to nbc washington and search school investigation. prince george's county, i'm tracee wilkins, news 4. hate is nothing new on a college campus. there have been so many recent incidents at the university of maryland forcing police to step up their investigation. the latest incidents have to do with offensive drawings and language scrawled inside a campus dining hall. campus police say the drawings were found inside the men's bathroom and one included a swastika. they're offering a $2,000 reward in that case. and president trump is setting off a new firestorm one tweet at a time. while some hurricane victims are waiting for an apology from the commander in
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ravaging wildfires. the battle continues in california's wine country. why tngs chiou
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>> i can't each look at this. >> oh, boy. you'd be calling your husband. that's a raccoon curled up in the corner of a homeowner's bathtub. apparently her home was having repairs done on the attic and the little guy snuck in. the woman called animal control and they released it to the outside. >> how did she take the picture? i'd be screaming bloody murder. calling the real estate agent. >> very clean. >> oh, my goodness. before you hop in your car, listen to this. driving -- could be costing you big time. you know what. >> why you couldn't -- just because of your sex. i'm going to be -- before you hit the pump, police have video they want you to see and some tips they want you to take with you. we'll have it coming up live. a lot going on. there's a lot going on
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fedex field, the 49ers are in town. take a look at this forecast for football. low 80s on sunday and looking at a good amount of sunshine. loudoun county accident reconstruction team on scene blocking route 9 at purr developville road. plan ahead. route 9 closed because of the what can you do with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 from dunkin'? settle a debt. make a friend. save the day. or keep 'em both for this handsome devil. with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 the future is in your hands. america runs on dunkin'. ralpand as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help.
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. right now on "news4 today," deadly wildfires continue to devour california. the new danger that could impact even more people. >> i call my doctor and i tell her, if i don't see you again, remember i love you. filling up and getting ripped off. where customers are turning into victims. what you should be looking out for now. for the washington nationals, bitter october disappointment yet again.
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>> game 5 heartbreaker. nats fans waking up feeling let down. the so-called d.c. sports team curse continues this friday the 13th. >> every year. every year. my heart gets broken. first at 5:47. another bombshell after president trump signs an executive order on health care. he's looking to deliver another blow to obamacare by ending subsidies to certain health insurance companies. >> we know that gets a little technical. tracie potts joins us live from capitol hill to sort of break it all down for us. what does this mean? >> the bottom line is more than half the people who get marketplace insurance with obamacare plans are low-income families eligible not just for the tax credits but for an extra subsidy that lowers their out of pocket costs. that is paid directly from the government to the insurance company for offering that discount and now those payments are going away.
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so in response, the insurance companies are raising rates. they were anticipating this. they're already seeing the rates go up in many states. we've been looking into that. 20 to 25% is what the congressional budget office was predicting. in some states we've seen 30% for more which is what people will end up having to pay without the insurers getting the subsidies. republicans said all along, the subsidies were never authorized by congress and should have never been paid. that's the trump administration's argument. democrats, obviously, saying they think this is spiteful. they call it pointless sabotage. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill for us. thank you. reaction continues to pour in after president trump's tweets about pulling federal resources out of puerto rico. yesterday the president sent a series of tweets ultimately saying we cannot keep fema, the military and first responders in p.r. forever. most of the island remains in the dark. more than three weeks after
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most people still don't have running water. democrats and officials on the island instantly came out against the president's tweets. at yesterday's white house briefing, chief of staff john kelly said the government will stay in puerto rico until the job is done. we have breaking news this morning. the death toll in the devastating california wine country wildfires is now at 31. >> that makes this the deadliest week of wildfires in california's history. between the high winds and low humidity, it may get worse before it gets better. nbc's jay gray is live in napa with more on the unfolding situation. what's happening, jay? >> reporter: chris and eun, you're right. the deadliest week of wildfires in the history of this state. 31 dead. there's concern that number is going to climb. hundreds still missing right now. thousands of structures burned. tens of thousands pushed from their homes, in many cases homes they won't be abl
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these homes have been left as nothing but rubble and ash and that's across northern california right now. thousands of homes, tens of thousands moving into shelters and other areas where they can stay safe until it's time to move back in and assess some of the damage here. fire crews continuing to work along the frontlines and are making a bit of progress here. they're going to continue that work around the clock, they say, for as long as necessary. that's going to be a while. containment is going to take some time. getting it fully extinguished will be months in the making here. i can tell you, conditions not looking good for the firefighters moving into the weekend. the significant wind event forecast for tomorrow morning, strong winds blowing for hours across the strike zone. chris, eun. >> thank you very much, jay. boy, tough situation out there. news 4 is working for you to protect your family as you gas up this morning. police are investigating some bold steps at gas stations in prince george's county. >> inv
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close look, it may be one -- a gas station your family uses. justin finch is live with what you need to know. justin, what's happening here? >> reporter: hey there, eun. at the gas station, it's so easy to get distracted. your back could be turned. you might go inside to pay. while you're doing that, there's a good chance that someone could be watching you and not just watching you, also waiting to rob you. it can be just as simple and police say that's what happened here on tuesday morning. now, watch this video here and watch that red circle. you'll see that guy hop out of a silver bmw and make his way to an unlocked car and take an item out. he's going on the passenger side and pulling an item out very quietly here. the driver not even noticing. as quickly as he comes over there, he's getting away and look closely here, maybe you can see this. this guy even has on gloves. you are lookinght
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place at this gas station catching all that activity on tuesday morning. it turns out that car was seen at two -- rather, four other similar gas stations in this area. two at this gas station alone and two more on wednesday. so the vehicle and the suspect could be getting around doing a lot of this. a reminder for us that we should lock our car doors, secure our items and pay attention. live in camp springs, justin fin. . back to you. >> it could happen to anyone. justin x thank you. do women really pay more for auto insurance simply because of their gender? at least one consumer group says yes. consumer federation of america is shattering the myth that men pay more with proof. it turns out women actually are charged close to $100 more per year over men. the group says insurance companies punish female drivers with
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far more than men. i'm going to be mad today between the nats loss and paying more for insurance. >> i thought you were saying -- >> it's based on statistics i would assume. >> i would say it's something bad. >> don't mess with eun today. you don't know what could make her snap. we'll have to keep a close eye on eun. each with she goes home. nothing in life is fair, eun. come on. we know that. >> that's true. life is not fair. >> it is friday the 13th. maybe you can do something fun with that. today, cloudy, drizzly, cool all day long. the sun, though, finally. if you want to know when it comes back, it comes back this weekend. on sunday. that's when we'll have the most sunshine and it will feel like summer that day too. a short warmup but cooler again next week. next week will be really nice. 61 is the temperature in washington. a little cool out there. 59 lees
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manassas. 58 degrees in clinton. it's cooler than yesterday morning was. if you're exercising today, this is the type of weather where i think it will be comfortable running around outside. cloudy skies. we'll have areas of drizzle around. but we're not looking at any real rain in the forecast for today. locally, nothing on radar except the clouds that you see. kind of locked in today. future weather keeps the clouds around. what you see is spotty drizzle. maybe a light passing shower. but it would be incredibly light. by saturday, we're looking at cloudy skies. clear up sunday with more sunshine. the rain in the corner of your screen, that would be here early monday morning. saturday we'll keep the clouds around. high of 77. maybe some areas of drizzle early. by sunday, though, really changing for the better. 65 in the morning with beautiful conditions. we'll see temperatures in the mid-80s by sunday afternoon. that's more like suchler weather. monday,
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through. we're talking about a nice fall-like stretch? the forecast. we'll take a closer look at what to expect through the weekend and the redskins forecast coming up. right now, let's check the roads with jack taylor. good morning, jack. >> sheena, thank you. good morning we've got troubles in loudoun county. closure of route 9 at purcellville road. accident reconstruction crew has been suggested to the scene. plan for this closure to be there for a bit. see if there's a normal path of travel. you can find another route. they may have a new crash along the right side. a vehicle may be on its side. authorities should be on scene by now. route 1 is closed between old washington road and montgomery road. there's a gas main repair from yesterday continuing. so please plan ahead for that as well. eun, chris, back to you. good morning. i'm landon dowdy at cnbc headquarters. hyatt hotels
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breach at 41 properties worldwide. the incident occurred between march and july of this year may have given hackers access to customer names, card numbers, expiration dates and verification codes from cards that were manually entered or swiped at the front desk. hyatt says the breach affected hotels and resorts in 11 countries, including seven in the u.s., puerto rico and guam. this is your morning business report. i'm landon dowdy. as for the chores we got to do at home, a new study says women are doing most of the work. >> we're paying more for car insurance. and we're doing most of the work. you always trying to get me, aren't you? >> researchers at ohio state talked to emg indicated people with full-time jobs. on days the partners weren't working, women relaxed about half as often as men. who has time to relax. >> got to take a break. >> on top of that, when men took care of the kids, women were doing that, too. >> that's wha
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>> the same thing applies to the chores. men often weren't working alone. >> i got to see the methodology. show me that. maybe they only talked to families in ohio. when i got my three kids, how is anybody helping me? i wish there was. >> it's a lot of work. everyone should be contributing in their household. get the kids to do more work. >> chris is like, all right. oh, still ahead. a warning for parents in northern virginia. keep a close eye on your kids. >> learn about the bizarre incident happening around children. you can see the composite sketch. you'll want to share this on facebook. next at 6:00, the first nfl game since team owners demanded players stand during the anthem. find out what happened and why the event outside the stadium is grabbing even more attention. it was a real heartbreaker. last night's game against the
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deal against the cubs at home. a crucial clue. finding ashanti's killer much just hours before a service for prince george's county native murdered, the fbi is asking for your help. deadliest week of wildfires. entire neighborhoods reduced to rubble and ash. mother nature is winning the fight right now against those flames. boy, terrible situation out there in california where it seems like every day, we hear the death toll coming up and fire spreading. no relief. >> no. you got dry weather. you got that low humidity. >> wind. >> it's like the perfect mix. >> like jay gray said, winds are going to be up again. our weather today, it's going to be gloomy again. hold on to your nats jersey tight in a fetal p


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