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candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say i would tolerate anyone hurting a child is despicable. trump calls a former campaign adviser a liar just today after learning he pleaded guilty in the robert mueller investigation into russia's interference in the election. scandal. allegations of students getting a graduation boost. the findings of a statewide investigation due out today whachlt we know ahead of the final report. >> and everyone is waiting for the halloween forecast. starting off chilly. wait until you see the numbers once the sunset tonight's coming up. news4 midday starts now. good morning
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we look like twins. >> just a little pumpkin. >> basically the same dress on. a lot of you have outdoor plans today. we are starting today with the weather. >> let's brighten things up without dresses. clouds, sticking around, but so far no rain. so let's get straight to meteorology sheena. sheena, thick or thin coat for trick or treating tonight? what do you say? you have on your orange too. >> i cannot wait until we all three sit next to each other. we are all three orange today. as we should be, it's halloween. but later on topt i would say some layers under the costume. make sure you are warm. mid-50s. but good news we have dry weather in the forecast. take a look at what's going to happen. we are going to get close to 60 degrees for suburbs this afternoon. more like the upper 50s. then
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out temperatures will be quickly dropping into the low 50s. and looking at many areas getting into the 40s as kids are walking from door to door. so coming up, i'll break down the hauj forecast for you. and take a look at a big warm-up by the end of the week. thanks so much, schein na. we' sheena. we'll start with indictment. paul manafort and business associate rick gates now facing 12 charges. >> centers on lobbying work before joining the trump campaign. both have pleaded not guilty. >> now we are hearing from president trump in tweets. he insisted no collusion. breaks down the reaction we are getting from capitol hill. >> reporter: former paul manafort and associate rick gates face a dozen charges. the indictment $75 million in offshore accounts
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money years ago kremlin leader. >> there is no evidence that they colluded with the russian government. >> reporter: but a guilt i plea by a lesser nonadviser could be the link they were looking for. george papadopoulos admits lying to the fbi about his russian contacts during the campaign. >> they had him out there playing dial a crook calling people with wiretapped phone. >> this shows that the special counsel is counting on cooperation. not just willingness, but also results. >> reporter: the white house insists papadopoulos role was limited. >> it was a volunteer position. and, again, no activity was ever done in an official capacity. >> reporter: on capitol hill democrats pointed fingers while republicans said little. >> that's not our job. >> reporter: some analysts believe the charges could connect to russia. >>se
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at decades in prison. so there is a tremendous incentive for them to come to prosecutors and say, we'd like to cooperate. >> reporter: meantime, president trump tweets this morning, check the dems. another possible connection, law enforcement officials tell us that paul manafort the campaign chair at the time, forwarded an email from that low level policy adviser suggesting the man at the top of the campaign may have known about that russian connection. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. take a look here what the people saw on the irs building overnight. images of president trump and former trump campaign manager paul manafort with the caption, following the money. the video was projected on the building by the same person who has skbroekted anti-trump messages on the trump hotel in the past. we are exactly one week out from virginia voters heading to the polls to seek a new
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ab enzi by today last day to request to be mailed to you. you still have until saturday for in person absentee voting. a new poll in the virginia governor race shows ralph northam with a big lead. he has him leading above gillespie. people say they have not made up their minds. a 4 percentage points margin of error. >> when a 12 year old boy jumped off an i-66 overpass. the driver on the road below died. boy is still in critical condition. >> they are treated this as suicide. and now the boy uncle is speaking for the first time since the accident. >> he was happy, yeah. >> how did this happen? i don't kn
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marissa harris suv as she drove along the freeway. he had to pull the car over to the side of the road. they said she died instantly. she was working on a degree. she wanted to devote her career with helping children. >> a lot of the students would probably say the same thing. she's a caring and compassionate friend and student. she's genuine. >> harris was also a graduate of the university. >> news4 went looking for answers why it was so easy for that boy to go over the side of the cedar lane overpass. adam tuss has new details what is plnd for that bridge. >> reporter: well, now ma comes word that the cedar lane overpass above 66 is going to be completely demolished and replaced. of course, ths
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12-year-old boy fell from onto 66 below. so a lot of questions about the security of this bridge. whether or not the fencing should be going all the way across the structure. well, it was built in 1963 t and v dot says of those standards back in the 60s it actually met the standards. they were doing what they were supposed to be doing. but the bridge itself is going to be part of the i-66 express lane project outside of the beltway and new bridge will be constructed here. take a listen to what v dot has to say. >> 11 bridges we are replacing on the corridor, all will have enhanced pedestrian facilities along with the bridges. >> reporter: we know the overpass is going to be replaced. when will that work start? ? heavy construction pektsexpecte come in the coming months. whole project expected to
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if you drive home the commute cob easier tonight. garrison exit expressway will open this afternoon, expected to happen the backup that happens to drivers. southbound ramp will open to traffic this afternoon. northbound ramp will open tomorrow morning. you won't have to pay anymore than you already do to take the toll lane. now to the allegations that have concerned parents across prince georgia. independent auditors will turn over findings to state education to possible grade tampering investigation. a whistleblower claim they changed grades. also unsettling is word from high school teacher tells only news4 that the fixed records when there was a word of an investigation. prince george county schools ceo kevin maxwell des
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allegations. new smart phones are popular with consumers. after the break, an i-team investigation on the growing number of snatch and grabs that are getting violent and how to protect yourself. and new questions for the two women rescued
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for a baby's heart in thel, first 12 weeks of pregnancy. and a future when prenatal pediatrics leads to healthier children. it's being the number one newborn intensive care unit in the country. and giving parents peace of mind. it's less recovering in our bed, and more jumping on yours. stronger is standing out and standing proud. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger. independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd.
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and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say i would tolerate anyone hurting a child is despicable.
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days until the new iphone 10 is released. this is 6. and my kids call me great. so a lot of pressure under me to get your hands on it. and you are not alone the crux want to too. violents are increasingly going. >
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iphone 6. ultimately robbers will pounce when they see you holding your phone casually public place. also found in our i-team investigation phone snastches when you are in less obvious positions called snatch and grab. below ground several cases. metro train. surveillance videos says the crux running off and victims running right after. we also found thefts in stores, coffee shops, pharmacies throughout our area. and so often the robbers pounce near a doorway and easy get away spot. here on the sidewalk they can run across the street. on one case they grbd a bag on capitol hill to get to the phone inside the bag. >> it was like lightning even though i knew he was there, he came around and snatched the bag and gone like a
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he was just gone. so fast. >> and in some areas, including prince william county, we found the number of phone robberies actually rising. that's important because over all phone thefts are down. people can now brick their phones so the actual robberies physicality that's increasing. >> and you've seen people in the video running after the robbers, that's very dangerous. what are the police saying? what should we do? >> first thing police will tell you is don't do that. don't go rning after your phone. it's in sting tive to do that. things get physical after the robbery, too, so police say don't do that. but also say be careful how you telegraph when you are on the phone, earbuds in your ears, very tempting to put it while walking down the sidewalk, but also advertisi
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that can be stolen. >> what will metro say? >> they will tell you they have plains clothes working at many of the stations, this he rotate around, especially during high traffic times. but also have security operations command center that has video surveillance from every vantage point. that includes the trains themselves and the buses themselves. they can work back and find an image of the person who stole your phone if you report it immediately you saw some of that surveillance. only catch is you have to call them to report it. your phone is gone. or you can report it to the kiosk and they will alert security operations. >> good job. thanks for the head up too. well, from one scary potentially dangerous thing to another, imagine someone forcing their way into your home of the and attacking your family. it happened to a prince william county father. he is sharing his story with us in hopes it will
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catch the people responsible. >> they put me on the couch and started hitting me. >> reporter: then started stabbing you? >> yes, here, here. >> prince william county police say the trouble started during a road rage in woodbridge. followed a man home antiqued everyone inside. one of the suspects a woman pulled out a gun and threatened the family. they took off with a black honda civic with a yellow stripe on the side. an arrest warrant for rose mcgowan charges stem from police say items she left behind on united flight on dulles airport jan 20th. they say it tested positive for na cot iks but would not say which one. . rose
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speaking up voices against harvey weinstein. tweeted congratulations and hong kong but was awarded games. competing in ice hockey to roller hockey. it will take place in 2022. remember, the olympic flame accepted the at a ceremony in greece. now more than 7,000 athletes will carry it to pyongyang winter olympics are coming this february. you can watch them here on nbc 4 and our own reporter will be there. >> can't wait to see that. officials are raising questions about the incredible rescue story last week about two women lost at sea. the coast guard said they never activated emergency beacon. the uss ashland found the women with two dogs about 900 miles south of
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communicates with satellites and sends a location to rescuer. they say they did not use that beacon because they did not feel they were in imminent danger. let me fell you after three hours i would be calling. >> i'm not even going to be on the boat, i'm sorry. employee boats and water not a good mix. so we are getting ready for halloween. >> from costumes. >> a special halloween celebration for
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m mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. female narrator: what would john adams do to women's health? adams argued before the supreme court to give employers control over your access to birth control. adams also supports giving employers the power to block access to affordable contraception for 1.6 million virginia women. and adams opposes abortion even in cases of rape, or incest. john adams: wrong for women's health. wrong for virginia. back with you at 11:21 this morning. all across the areas kids are getting excited to head out to trick or treat. >> not everybody of course gets to celebrate halloween at home. dozens of staffers volunteers are making sure patients and their families get
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fun. >> news4 justin finch is at the hospital. what's this looking like there? >> reporter: hey there, melissa. good morning. when you are a patient at national health system you can't go out and do an average halloween. what do they do? they go out and bring you a bigger one right to your door. going on right now is a dog show from the greenbelt dog therapy program. dogs of all sizes big and small have been wowing these crowds. adults are wowed as well. i want to show you something else going on here now. we have face painting. this is where halloween celebrants of all ages can choose their own characters here as well. and that's what's really exciting here. another bonus, too, is that later on today the staff here at the hospital will be putting on a costume show
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talking about 150 people or more perhaps who will come out here in their costumes and be judged by the crowds. i'm joined by kathryn chief operating officer here of children's national. and i imagine this is such a huge day for you guys, is that right? >> it is a fantastic day. it is really a national holiday for children. and for the kids who have to be in the hospital or have to come here for special outpatient visits. we just make their event so much better. just their lives better. and being able to be kids, dress up, and forget about being sick or forget about what it's like to be in the hospital is so important. creating that normalcy is critical for our kids. >> reporter: what we are seeing here as well, not just the patients, but their brothers and cyst ter sisters or parents. a big day for everyone in the family. >> it sure is. and we treat the child with entire family. we are all about the kids and
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stronger. >> reporter: kathy, thank you so much. i want to point out something else. more than 800 pumpkins being donated for the celebration. that is us live at children's national. just continue finch. >> thank you, justin. >> we want to help you have a fun and safe halm loween as wel >> we talked to experts about how to stay safe. first, put the phones down, forecasts a folks, and be aware of where you are walking. and walk facing the traffic. experts say kids under 12 need to trick or treat with adult. and make sure that creative costume is also a safe one. decorate with reflective tape and stickers. and if possible choose a light colored costume. finally, drivers, yeah, you into he had to stay
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peak hours for trick or treating between 5:30 and 9:00 p.m. and experts tell us kids are twice as likely to be hit by a car on halloween than any other day of the year. and we do have more halloween tips for you inside nbc washington app include four ways to avoid candy overload. >> here's a look at some cows costumes. >> there is christopher lawrence. we want to see you hashtag ready for halloween. ice cream cone, what is that? i like it. >> that's your dog? >> yeah. >> attitude. hands on her hips saying i don't think so. >> you want to tag us as nbc washington so we can see your photos as we. i can't wait to see everyone pictures from tonight.
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going to have a candy hangover tomorrow. >> that could be true. i mean, yeah. >> do you steal from your kids like i do? >> yeah. i go through and take all of the good stuff. >> because they can't tell the difference. >> that's what i want is the kit cats. >> they don't remember. >> but, yes, for halloween for the kids walking around tonight sidewalk, just walk in somebody's yard. if there is no sidewalk, don't walk in the road, walk on the grass. but talking about a chilly one once the sun goes down. chilly halloween stay nice and dry out there. so that is the good news. some layers underneath the costume. later on this week though we have a warm-up in the forecast. and we go into the weekend going to get cooler again. look at these numbers. only in the mid-50s. only really going to be topping out close to 60 this afternoon. 55 in lee berg. we are nice and dry. the rain is father up north that's where it will stay. walking the dog
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home animal website. 7:00 p.m. in the fifrts. so take a look future weather here by the afternoon still pretty cool for this time of year. 8:00 p.m. many neighborhoods will be getting into the 40s. so again chilly one. but staying dry. tomorrow clouds move in and chance for few sprinkles around wednesday. here's trick or treat forecast. 9:00 p.m. getting cooler in the fift 50s. but 40s for many neighborhoods. be safe. tomorrow a few sprinkles. 70 come back look at thursday and friday. we'll look at your entire weekend forecast coming up. thank you, sheena. >> today on capitol hill facing tough questions. they want to know how russia may have used the social media platform to influence the 2016 presidential election. >> then we'll talk about
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their minds. what th i'm i'm up earlyax, for my most important job. -more peanut butter, daddy. -more peanut butter, daddy. as prosecutor, justin fairfax fought drugs, crime, and human trafficking. that's why he's endorsed by virginia law enforcement. buckle up. nothing's more important than keeping them safe and helping them prosper. as your lieutenant governor, i'll work to grow the economy and invest in schools and career training, because virginia's families need more results, not more politics. ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie
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lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
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another angle in the russian investigation playing out on capitol hill this afternoon. tech giant will testify about the massive spread of misinformation on social media. >>ve
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facts reached a staggering number of americans on facebook at the height of the presidential campaign. nbc jolene kent reports. >> reporter: this morning, new bomb shells from facebook and twitter on russia attempt to influence american vote nerves the lead up to the 2016 election. facebook revealing to nbc news that 80,000 posts from russian facebook accounts potentially got a third of americans between 2016 and 17. testimony by nbc news the world social network will tell congress that at least a million people during the two-year period. the posts came from 120 fake russia backed pages. at first they only reached 29 million users. but then through like, shares and follows they reached 126 million americans, that's half of all eligible
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accounts down and began trying to understand how they misused our content. they were separate from paid for by russian entities. the admission comes from nearly a year after facebook ceo mark suk zuckerberg walked back. >> i don't want anyone to use our tools to undermine democracy. that's not what we stand for. >> reporter: also new today twitter says it found nearly 37,000 accounts that were linked to return entities the which means september 1th and november 15th, 2016. these automated accounts or bots tweeted 1 million times and were seen 288 million times. twitter says the impact was limited adding russian linked automated accounts constituted less than twi quarters of the over all election tweets on twitter at the time. congressional investigators are expecting more answers
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twirt, facebook a twitter, facebook and google on congressional hill. >> i want to make sure they are secure because frankly this threat will continue and they have a responsibility to help us stop foreign interference in our elections. >> reporter: jolene kent reporting there. >> another big question for congressional investigators are there any links between the russian misinformation efforts hand the trump campaign. one senator says he expects to revisit that possibility as the special counsel investigation moves forward. two d.c. hospitals have received failing marks. usa today remarks howard university hospital and united center leapfrog group releases results. the grades factored
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>> washington post says one died after a full and begging for help. it comes after they want to renew a contract private contract to manage the hospital. now reporting on what's being done. >> reporter: according to "the washington post" the man died after lying on the floor for 20 minutes while a nurse argued with another patient. in an audio tape recording obtained by the post you can hear the man pleading for help in the minutes before he died. >> they say the base contract of $3.6 million. >> reporter: today the interim ceo told the d.c. counsel an investigation was conducted and employees were disciplined but declined to give any specifics. this is just the latest in a string of problems at the
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in august the department of health suspended the hospital license to clideliver and care babies. questions have also been raced by the private company hired to oversee the troubled hospital. the owners of that company donated thousands of dollars to his campaign. >> we have patients with severe issues and we keep doing business with people more interested in politics than health care. >> reporter: today they oversee the contract defended the private@company. >> this has been hired in my judgment has made major progress in changing some of the changes needed to assure the quality of care. >> reporter: it will be up to the counsel to renew that contract. in the district, mark segraves, news4. >> by now you heard the house of cards will end after season 6. but all may not be loss.
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shows. one could story line with reveal around robin wright as claire under wood. netflix announced it was ending the show after stacy was accused. and news for your house the way we choose grocery items for our families might soon change especially when it comes to items like soy milk and tofu, they are heart healthy, but nbc explains what the fda is now aiming to change about those products. >> reporter: for millions of americans who trusted that consuming soy is good for their heart, this is a surprise. today the fda said it wants to remove a health claim on labels of hundreds of soy protein products. labels that say the products can reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering cholestel.
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and does not reach the standard that we would allow for a claim. >> reporter: it's stunning because 18 years ago the fda said the opposite. but tonight cardiologist agree. studies since then no longer show strong proof. >> no one is saying that soy protein is unhealthy. we are just saying you can't expect some special benefits from the soy protein. >> reporter: the multi billion dollar soy industry is pushing back and say it can be an important part of a heart healthy diet. for her it's all very confusing. >> the trouble at the grocery store is nothing is really clear when i'm trying to make a choice for my family. >> reporter: the fda final decision expected next year. making sure a health claims on food labels are true. nbc news new york. >
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parents. hear one thing is safe, then years later another study comes out, and, yeah, struggling. >> which is it? all right. welcoming up after the break, jimmy fallon has fun with a popular treat this time of year. and looks ahead to the warm-up at the end of the week and whe we could see that ranin
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at 11:40. you know it's halloween. tonight jimmy fallon will play a halloween themed game that is sureto ak me your stomach ski mit sche squeem itch. >> yeah. raw on wins. blake shelton is not off to a good start. tune in to the tonight show at 11:35 right here at nbc 4 to see who loses the game. i love this. i want to do this at home with my husband tonight. >> i will you have that. >> i don't know if you saw a long time ago, i think it was bradley cooper where they had raw eggs and boiled egg and they would smashing them on their heads but they
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>> that's a good one too. but i like biting the into onion. >> and red ones are the strongest. >> yeah. >> and keep the shape. >> yeah, hopefully. >> i need to go to the grocery store. >> to get red onion. >> hand them out to the kids with carmel on them. don't go to melissa house everybody. >> but good weather though. >> good weather for the trick or treaters. >> look outside. we have plenty of sunshine and throughout the afternoon. however, it's not going to warm us up. nearly 60 today. fearly 56 degrees. so this is the kind of weather where it feels like halloween to get into the halloween spirit. 55 winchester. 55 in annapolis right now in quantico. here's few tier weather. go through the afternoon and stay nice and dry, near 60 this afternoon. then once the sun goes down dropping into the 40s by 8:00 p.m. for
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or treaters, have layers under the costume. clouds move in tomorrow. maybe a few sprinkles later in the day tomorrow. so today looks good. especially for tonight too. so trick or treat forecast if starting around 5:00 p.m., sunny, but dropping into the and we see below normal today and tomorrow. but look at the warm-up coming thursday and friday mid-70s. believe it or not we have the warm up by the end of the week. and then into the weekend and cool back down. and also we put the clocks back an hour. so do fall back this weekend. again an hour of sleep but now sunset will be around 5:00 p.m. sunday evening so get darker earlier, guys. >> look at that up and down forecast. thank you so much, sheena. >> coming up, how to get your hands on mean girl tickets. >> oh, okay. and we continue our serious on digital
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independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say i would tolerate anyone hurting a child is despicable.
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this week we are taking a closer look at digital addiction and how it impacts our lives. if you are like many parents you may worry about how much time your kids are spending on video games. consumer reporter susan hogan is here to explain why you may want to hold off on pulling the plug. >> reporter: well, instead of constantly telling our kids to put their tablets down, instead let's get in on the game. take a look at this. consumer reports says don't get too hung up on whether a game is educational. all kind of gamgs can be used to teach valuable lessons like problem solving and making decisions. plan a game with them and start a conversation. >> you can ask questions why does a character go there. like why is it
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up these power apps? kids love to explain and respect them as intelligent person. >> reporter: and of course while you are playing along with their kids you want to monitor the time. and make sure the contents they are using is actually age appropriate. back to you guys. >> dr. adam says he agrees with susan report. he's a child psychologist. he says talking to your kids is one of four things you can do to keep them from getting addicted. thank you for being here. you talk about signing a contract with your kids. this is interesting. explain that. what do you mean? >> well, in essence, like any other parenting decision, you want to layout the basic guidelines, basic expectations what you expect for your kids. like any other parenting decision. we can count off numerous examples of driving, to walking
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cars. all this pro-active protection that we provide our kids, laying out the guidelines what to expect gives the kids a road map to get more digital access. >> so perhaps after you do your homework, you are allowed 30 minutes, something like that, and they agree to that so the expectation is there. >> absolutely. where does the phone go at bedtime, or during the car, sleep offers, dinner time, breakfast, all those kind of things. >> i like that now you also talk about family sharing being a good idea. what do you mean by that? >> family sharing is something that apple has created which is a part of the parental control. but doesn't have a lot of press. so when this a child hears about an app on the back of the bus from an older kid, instead of within a couple of seconds having that app on their phone, they have to go through, what should be a simple process, go into the app store and sends a notification to the parent
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app or download the app, even if it's free, so the parent can take a quick review, what is this app about, hopefully they'll tell the parent ahead of time, i want to get to the app. so instead of johnny going to a store getting a toy, getting parents credit card, they have to ask for permission. >> and again it forces, in my opinion, as a child psych girks i'm trying to create this child parent dialogue around safe nona addicted smart phone use. >> kids want that. we know kids want guidelines. >> guidelines help all kids. reduces anxiety. less unknown. this is what i'm expected to do when i follow the basic rules i get more of what i want. that is the set up in our society in most aspects. >> and parents have to it be role models too. you point that ouchlt because i can't sit at
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get off the phone at dinner. >> thank you. beauty of the contract is once you set off the rules, in essence the child should be following those to get more access, but also the parents should be following basically the rules. yes you are the parent and you don't have to put your phone away at the certain way. you are the parent in charge. but if you are telling your kid not to have phone out eating breakfast and then you are going through work email. they are learning by watching you. that's been the case my whole life at least. >> great ideas. thank you so much, dr. adam. >> thank you. >> thank you. melissa, you know it turns out scaring people is big business. after the break, meet a young man who is paying his way through college with an idea that he came up with in high school.
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m mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. female narrator: what would john adams do to women's health? adams argued before the supreme court to give employers control over your access to birth control. adams also supports giving employers the power to block access to affordable contraception for 1.6 million virginia women. and adams opposes abortion even in cases of rape, or incest. john adams: wrong for women's health.
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independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say i would tolerate anyone hurting a child is despicable. i know we've been talking about halloween but a lot of people are not planning on trick or treating this
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so how about taking in a show at the national theater? >> mean girls the musical starts today you may be able to get your hands on tickets. >> greatest people you will ever meet and the worst. >> you've never been to a real world before? shut up. >> two hours you can enter the lottery program. winner will be able to buy two tickets for $25. 20 lottery seats will be available for each performance. show starts at 8:00 p.m. >> shut up. >> this morning we are meeting a young business mog el wiul. noul all of those are paying for his college tuition, all the screams. >> it's one of the nation's scariest attractions. >> i never expected this many people. be ready to go at
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>> son jacob was in 9th grade when he asked to turn it into this. >> when you went to your parents at 14 and said i want to turn your farm into a haunted house what did they say? >> they were hesitant. >> reporter: but they agreed. they wanted him to know about business. what he learned is people loved to be scared. >> it was amazing. >> and what started as a small haunt is now huge. 95 actors. 4 makeup artists. and thousands upon thousand of screams. >> every square inch, top, bottom of floors, ceilings, as good as it gets. >> reporter: he now spends days in business school. who is paying for your education? >> that would be myself. >> reporter: every penny earned here. >> i'm super proud of him. ep
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nightmares can sometimes build dreams. christen dal berg nbc 4 madison, wisconsin. >> pretty incredible. >> yeah, that looks terrifying. i'd rather not. but thanks. >> cashing in on the scare. >> let's check in with sheena on the weather. >> yes, chilly outside. >> here's the forecast. close to 60 but as sun sheets we quickly get into the 50s. but the good news, yes, we'll stay nice and dry for the trick or treaters tonight. tomorrow more clouds move in. still in the upper 50s. look at this weekend. >> thank you so much, sheena. that will do it for news4 midday. we are back on the news this afternoon. >> you can get news updates with
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