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white house the lock down ended and someone is in custody. >> all of this as president trump heads off for first trip to asia as commander in chief. and we have clouds around for some parts of the area, otherwise warming up quickly, and wait until the afternoon temperatures, big changes into your weekend though. news4 midday begins with breaking news. and we begin with that breaking news. the white house on lock down this morning. the secret service has one person in custody. >> but we don't know why at this point. let me explain this to you. we first got the news about 9:30 that something was going on. th
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north fence of the white house and lin the park. that is still closed off. >> the white house is flying to asia, he already left the white house. when we learn more we will let you know. breaking news now, there is a search for someone who ran away from a deadly crash. prince georgia county police say crashed into a tree on derby way. the car hit the tree and flipped over. the driver died. but a passenger ran off. and police say that person could help them figure out what caused the crash. >> a warning for people living in the area of sher link ton last night. say the woman was putting things in her car when the man came up from behind her and sexually assaulted her. officers quickly arrived and used canine to try to track
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suspect down but not found him yet. if you have any information about this case please call arlington police. right now we are keeping an eye on berg dal. >> he pleaded guilty to decertification and misbehavior before the enemy. military prosecutor say hundreds of soldiers put themselves in danger looking for him. his defense attorney says he provided valuable intelligence and he's been punished enough. prosecutors asked for prison sentence of 14 years. the judge could give him anywhere from a dishonorable discharge to life behind bars. turning now to the weather. spring in november. how long can this last? >> sheena, i'm wearing open-toed shoes. what's going on. >> i'm wearing
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too. yeah, it does not feel like fall. it looks like but doesn't feel like it. wait until you see the afternoon temperatures. even warmer outside than it is already right now. we are recall waing up quickly. we have mostly sunny skies in the district. 66 degrees currently with south wind will be around 70 my bunby lunchtime. sprinkles through the afternoon, even the clouds moving in, still getting warm. suburbs will be around 73, with chance of showers around. wait until you see the temperature drop for tomorrow. big swings in the weather department. i'll show you those numbers coming up. >> thanks, sheena. well, we were waiting all night lan president trump posted a response saying twitter account was taken down by a rogue employee.
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out. they said employee on the last day deactivated an account. twitter apologized and doing a review. as president heads to asia tax reform is on the table on capitol hill. >> we took a look at the plan and here are four things you need to know. first, just because this is a tax reform doesn't mean everyone gets a big tax cut. the standard deduction is going up but deduction for medical expenses and student loans would go away. >> second thing big corporate tax rate is dropping from 35 down to 20%. huge savings there. >> one key part of the plan is to change tax brackets. there would be four brackets instead of 7 ranging from 12 to 36%. >> the question everyone wants to know will this pass. under the reconciliation rules which means it needs a simple majority? both chambers of congress. republicans don't all agree how
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and middle class. a few detectors could kill the bill. and president wants it passed before the christmas holiday. today carlos bell is in court in charles koun. former middle school aid that faces more than 200 charges of sexually assaults children. allegations cover two years ending just this past june. his victims include children dpr benjamin middle school. and also scheduled in u.s. district court new federal charges. new information on the grade fixing scandal in prince georgia koun. news4 has learned independent investigation had been turned over to the state. earlier this week we told you about a whistleblower who said the investigation was tainted. he claimed the student records were changed after the grade tampering investigation began. right now the long wait is over. you can see
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out overnight across the country to get the new iphone x. some folks didn't want to miss out on the anniversary phone. now stores on the east coast are open and lines are calming down a bit. >> well, it is 11:00 a.m. now. she has been outside, megan, how is it looking? how has your morning been? >> reporter: it's still very busy. i have to tell you. people have been here outside of the store since 2 clock yesterday afternoon waiting in line. they were here through the night. now the doors opened at 8:00 this morning, but so we still have a crowd here. that's the excitement. the level of excitement, everybody wanting to get their hands on this iphone x. >> we are here. >> reporter: they came prepared. blankets and pillows, food and coffee. everything needed for a long night on the street. >> we will drink coffee andl
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>> reporter: apple iphone x hits stores this morning. bigger screen, facial recognition, and a better self fee taking camera. features apparently worth waiting for. because the line outside the georgetown store went down the block and arpound the corner ino the ally. >> i'm excited for the big screen. people are excited for self fee cameras. i'm excited for big screen. >> reporter: but not everyone was there overnight. at the very front was a professional line waiter. she earned $30 an hour to save a spot for her client who arrived right before the store opened. >> usually $30 an hour and we've been here since tuesday. >> reporter: 8:00 a.m. the doors open. people who preordered went in first, followed by those in the cue. the weight, the height, tt $1,000 price tag. worth it?
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it's worth it. someone might disagree. >> i'm a big photo guy and like the camera much better pictures. you don't always have your slr with you so it be nice to have in your pocket. >> reporter: and you are looking here at the preorder line, folks who ordered ahead and coming to pick up their phones. you can see all of them on their old phones. pretty soon walking out with the new iphone x s folks we spoke to this morning say there are a lot of new features, and take awhile and learn how to use it, but very excited about it. one thing to keep in mind if you drop it, like we all do, at one point or another, if you crack that new big screen it's going to be more expensive to fix it. back to you. >> i can only imagine that price tag. i just saw all the employees standing in line, that's how we are many coulding in on friday. thanks, megan. nice to see you. well, if you don't plan to be around
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in virginia you need to act fast to get your hands on absentee ball lot. tomorrow is the last day. and virginia head to tolls to pick new governor and lieutenant governor. you'll find a link with the nbc washington app, just search absentee. >> coming up, new reaction to an absolutely unthinkable crime relative sharing new in sites after another person arrested for the role setting a woman on fire and the family helping to heal. new allegations against house of cards actor kevin spacey. i'm a look at your first 4 traffic and no trains on the yellow line between fort and national airport. use blue
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on the orange and red lines trains running every 30 minutes. looking at the blue line or silver line, again operating every 30 minutes. if you are headed down to longevity this weekend for the walk or run, our camera will be hosting the big event and you can take the smithsonian station. green line normal. across the big 10-k sunday eastbound shut down from midnight for the run. westbound running two way
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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. will have power over your health care. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions.
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for health care; premiums would go up. and adams supports giving employers the power to block birth control access for female employees. john adams: wrong on health care, wrong on birth control, wrong for virginia. disclaimer: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. this morning prince georgia county police say more than one man was involved in setting woman on fire. a crime horrified many people in this area. she was forced to deliver her baby early because of the september attack. now we are hearing in
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interview only on news4 what andrea sister thinks should happen to the suspects. >> andrea greenwich has burns covering most of her body. her sister dana tells us she remains in critical condition here at prince georgia hospital. she says her family was hurt once more after learning a second man is accused of setting her sister andrea on fire. that second suspect is jonathan miller now facing a long list of charges which include conspiracy to commit arson as well as attempted murder. prosecutors allege that he helped greenwich ex-boyfriend la quan set her on fire back in september in her capital heights home. at the time greenwich was several months pregnant with his baby. sister now says twos two men deserve a full punishment. >> i don't think they should see the light of day. i think what they did to my sister, i think, i mean rit
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for her, justice for her and my nice. >> reporter: she doesn't really know him all that well. seen him a few times. but was tear fiduciary to see him in her apartment helping to set the fire that nearly cost her her life. i'm justin finish news4. but from the hit netflix show house of cords for kevin sp spacy. nbc kate snow has the story. >> they say we get the leaders we deserve. >> reporter: they first netflix series to introduce bing watching but now eight unnamed current and former workers on house of cards tell cnn the atmosphere onset was toxic for young men who had to interact or work with kevin spacey. spacy
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our comments. but mrc the production company behind house of cards acknowledged a complaint was made about a comment and gesture from the first year of production and resolved promptly with spacy willingly participating in a training process. netflix says it was just made aware of the prior complaint. we are deeply troubled to learn about these new allegations that are being made to the press concerning kevin spacey interaction with members of the crew of house of cards, mrc said in part, as the producer of the show says maintaining safety is our top priority. brought in crisis counselors and sexual harassment legal advisers for the crew. netflix said it is not aware of any other incidents involving kevin spacey onset. spacy himself has not been seen in public since last week. overnight both his agent and public relations firm confirmed to nbcew
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represent spacy. on wednesday his representatives had said spay see was taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment. >> to me, that's a whoep full sign. if somebody has a disorder diagnosable and do what a treatment team tells them to do, that's positive. >> reporter: now these allegations came to light after a number of women made acquisitions against harvey weinstein. now they are accusing the hefry weight of rape. says he raped her twice in 2010. a spokesperson for harvey weinstein denied any of nonconsensual sex. they said they met with the nypd working with the district attorney. nbc 4 news also confirmed four in l.a. and others in london. >> if you use travel review websites to plan your vacation, you might be cautious. new investigation found that the
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they might be leaving out details. milwaukee journal reports that more than a dozen travelers say their reviews were taken down, some mention blackouts and even rape in mexico. >> consumers are starting to understand that reviews can be manipulated on these sites. and i think the level of trust is decreasing. >> earlier this week, trip adviser apologized. it said it used to require reviews to be family friendly. but it has changed their policy. it says it's former guidelines went too far. if you don't use metro, should you have to pay for it? metro general manager says he needs millions more in funding from local governments to balance the book. adam tuss is here to show you how that couldm
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wallet. >> reporter: more money for metro, should you have cfo pay more? the general manager says if you want more like this the new railcars you'll have to pony up. metro in a familiar position. asking for more funding to keep the system rolling. specifically metro is asking for millions more from local government. take a look her at what the gm budget has in mind. no fare increases coming and service cuts but asking for 165 million more dollars from local jurisdiction and in a way becomes that comes from local revenue metro is asking you to pay more whether you ride or not. >> what what i've heard miss managing funds. >> reporter: jerome not ready to give more money just yet. >> i don't know more money. >> reporter: you want to see the performance first. >> exactly. >> reporter: money needed to kp
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and to make sure doesn't fall deeper in disrepair. says they will get new railcars and wireless throughout the system. he says all he has is metro and local leaders should be handing out more. >> there is it always money from the government. and if it helps metro out it could lower faers. >> reporter: at least no fare increase plan. it says it could avoid asking for new funding if it did a dedicated stream of funding something like a sales tax that would go towards the system. along the orange line adam tuss news4. >> so we saw with megan mcgrath the new iphone x is out but is it worth the price. you'll hear from people waited in the long lines to find out if it's living up to hype. >> diets can help you lose weight. but can
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people ask you, how can ayou possibly do this?e, and we say, how can we not? if these kids go through what they go through, we can support them. dr. ralph northam has been our volunteer medical director for the last eighteen years. he's made such a difference in so many families' lives.
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than i could ever give them. and i wanna make sure that every family in virginia can afford good healthcare when they need it.
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all right. the city of houston is going to celebrate their world series champion astros today. their parade gets under way at 3:00 this afternoon. defeated l.a. dodgers to win the first world championship in franchise history. you know that's going to be a party because bigger in texas. >> yes, it is. my sister lives so a lot of celebrating at her house. >> sheena joining us now at gorgeous tumble that will take a tumble and come back up a roller coaster ride. >> we have. and it will continue. were you going to ask me about something? >> something way in the future. thanksgiving forecast not yet. but we are looking into the next week. today unseasonably warm. so if you like the way yesterday felt gel
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to be maybe a degree or 2 warmer so stay in the 70s. already have some spots in the seventh. much cooler tomorrow. so not going to be lasting into the weekend. tomorrow actually going to be pretty chilly day. 50s more much of next week. so enjoy today. so 70 in clinton and 70 in front royal. 66 in the district. walking the dog today we have seandy available for adoption at the an adoption alliance. upper 70s this afternoon. chance for a couple of showers of the right now seeing one small light shower moving into parlg parts of frederick county. otherwise cold front that will spark a couple isolated showers as we go through the afternoon. so 5 people the clouds will be here. tomorrow morning we could start off with some clearing, but the clouds come back, and look at that we have rain in your saturday forecast and scattered showers as we go through your
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though again today mid to upper 70s. saturday 59. sunday afternoon chances sunday morning. in between we set the clocks back one hour fall back. temperatures will be across your weekend. so go from 78 today, 59 tomorrow, 74 sunday and monday. and back down in the 50s with tuesday with rain. quite a roller coaster ride. wait until you see the ten day forecast that's coming up in a bit. >> thanks, sheena. some folks woke up extra early today to line up and get their hands on apple iphone x. >> a lot of buzz about the new smart phone and features. but with the big ticket price tag a lot of people wonder is this really worth it? reporter liz mcglove lynn take a look. >> reporter: they said it will be hard to get. high demand and limited supply cag
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delivery for online areas, that despite it being apple most expensive phone ever starting at 1,000 bucks. first major redesign in years. >> i think the feel and size is perfect. >> reporter: but this model nicks the home button. >> that's swiping which is weird. >> reporter: and face id replaces touch id to unlock the phone. >> you have to scan your physical and still swipe up. that may seem like one more step. >> reporter: face id adjusted for facial hair and accessories and even works in the dark. but these extreme make offers were rejected. an animoji are another one. >> handful of animated animoji 10 second
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better selfies. >> if you want to spend all the money to go to 10 s i think a lot of people won't need to do that. >> reporter: if you are a techie, it might be worth shelving out the extra cost, that is if you can get your hands on one. liz mc-loughlin nbc news. >> what's interesting about that, i think we are turning into creative people on our phones and through text messages and most boring human beings in person. >> pretty fancy stuff. >> yeah. a closer look at russia reach during the presidential election. and roles some played on the social media. two words that you rarely heard about a few years ago. new president trump favorite thing to tweet has gained
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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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and good morning i'm pat lawson news. >> watching news4 midday. i'm erica. here are the four things to know right now. a lock down at the white house just ended and we are, would go to find out what happened there. secret service shut down for suspicious activity. they say one suspect is in custody. president trump was not inside the white house at the time. prince georgia county police want you to come forward if you know anything about a deadly crash. they say a passenger took off on derby way. the driver died. the wait is over for the iphone x. this is what it looked like at least 100 people camp out overnight. they are shelving out at least 1,000 bucks for the phone. president trump spoke briefly to the white house as
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trip to asia. insisted his presidential campaign did not collude with russia. and he said he's disappointed the justice department is not looking into democrats and in his words a lot of things. president also said he's looking forward to the trip and he expected to be successful with the focus on trade and security. is. north korea is at the top of the agenda. the president said u.s. would be enlisting the help of a lot of countries to deal with the korea crisis. whether they will be willing to work with him on trade is another question. nbc matt bradley reports. >> reporter: well, depending how you see it, you could see this trip as a dpood moment for president trump, finally separate himself from the continuing scandals in washington. or it could be a very distracting moment for the president to wade into one of the world's complex regions. of course the most important topic by far is going to be north korea. at every step along the way asian leaders are going to be waitin f
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offer some kind of clarity, some indication of u.s. policy toward the north koreans. but many are going to be watching for whether this president will say or tweet something to provoke north korean president kim jong-un even further. and that's probably why the president will be breaking with recent in the past have done that and not visit dmz zone. and in comments yesterday the president's national security adviser h.r. mcmaster said that the president will use whatever language he wants to use. with so much on the line for this momentous foreign trip, it's unclear whether the president will be able to discuss trade. president trump repeatedly attacked trade and trade agreements with countries like china, south korea and japan as central part of his campaign last year. so it's going to be interesting to see whether the president risks his
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with asian leaders to pure sure his disruptive agenda on trade. matt bradley nbc news london. we are learning more about the massive impact russia has had on seshl media platforms. a new analysis says celebrities have gotten caught up and amplifyings false claims on their accounts. you may just folsom of them in your own feed. nbc jolene kent has this story. >> reporter: tonight more influential americans sharing social media posts backed by the russians in the lead up to the election. famous twitter users with big followings from ivanka trump to jake tapper they shared tweets from nearly 37,000 accounts linked to russia. facebook also now admitting 150 million americans may have been exposed to russian posts like this one. both facebook and twitter say the posts linked to russia
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a small thing during the election. in effect, weaponizing the post to influential people. that precise targeting the reason why facebook ad revenue jumped 50% since last year bringing in more than $10 billion in the last three months. zuckerberg told investors last night he would not put profits over people. >> we built these tools to help people kebt and bring us closer together. and they use them to try to undermine our values. what they did is wrong and we are not going it stand for it. >> reporter: new revelations after congress grilled tech executives. >> do you believe any of your companies have identified the full scope of russian active measures on your platform? >> senator, our investigation continues so i would have to say no consid . >> reporter: congress is now considering
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who is buying ads. jolene kent nbc news washington. so it's a big weekend in d.c. and you'll d.c. walk to end lung cancer is on sunday. and here to talk about it is debbie burns and susan lee. thank you so much for being with us today. >> thank you. >> this is something you have chosen to get behind because this really hits home. personal matter to you and your family. can you tell us a bit about that? >> yes, it is. this is a very personal matter. i lost my husband to lung cancer about six and a half years ago. >> i'm going to adjust your microphone. forgive me. >> all right. >> i want to make sure everybody can hear you. okay. let's try that again. sorry about that. >> no problem. yes, i lost my husband to lung cancer about six and a half years ago. and the story is also a friendship story with my friend susan lee who was a ca
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so it's a story that talks about the survivor end and the care giver end and how i became involved with longevity. >> so, susan, with you this story also deeply personal, as debbie was talking about it. you went to a doctor complaining about a sore shoulder. >> correct. >> and it was through that that they were able to detect that. tell me how that process began with you and grateful to the team of physicians that you have. >> absolutely. i actually was a weekend warrior in terms of working out. i had an injury at a gym and i went to an orthopedic surgeon to find out what i should do about it. he sent me for an mri. and in the mri there was an incidental finding of what they call a solitary nodule and that i know about it because my mother had lung cancer. so the benefit of finding it early was they were able to take it out through surgery and i didn't have to go through chemotherapy or radiation.
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to be so many other personal stories out there this weekend. >> absolutely. >> people that know somebody has been affected personally. and we want to get rid of this nazi disease. >> absolutely. >> so opportunity for everyone to head out this weekend. there is doug camera mcs this every year and to our nbc 4 family. so on sunday on the national mall 5k walk check in begins at 9:00 a.m. so if you have opportunity this is worthy cause to get behind. we could use a little exercise and fresh air. >> and may i add that when you go out on the national mall it's such a wonderful experience. there are so many people there. and there is hope. and that's what longevity gives. because they are into cancer research. they are into clinical trials. and that really helped with my husband too. >> thank you. i appreciate it. susan lee, thank you again for being here. have a great weekend. pat, back over to
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people ask you, how can ayou possibly do this?e, and we say, how can we not? if these kids go through what they go through, we can support them. dr. ralph northam has been our volunteer medical director for the last eighteen years. he's made such a difference in so many families' lives. ralph northam: these kids have given me more than i could ever give them. and i wanna make sure that every family in virginia can afford good healthcare when they need it. so sheena on this roller coaster. when does the cold weather settle in for
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>> and stick around. well, it's going to be here tomorrow. it's so up and down lately. and we have a cooler day tomorrow. but we also get back into the 70s again on sunday. so your answer, pat, next week. we'll be in the 50s and pretty good stretch of 50 degree temperatures so feel like fall. we have a long of sunshine now. looking like fall. 66 degrees. we do have clouds moved into the area and we'll continue to see that throughout the afternoon. but temperatures still rising 70, look at warring ton up to 73 degrees. clouds are mostly north of the district where we see a few showers. this is light though. not ha big deal. there is a cold front toward north and west, a few showers possible later this afternoon. that's about it. 78 for high today. many suburbs will be right around mid-70s. afternoon shower possibly but
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here's future weather. cloudy skies with a few isolated showers. tomorrow we start off dry. in the afternoon tomorrow we have more rain moving in tomorrow. also be pretty chilly across the area. take a look at our temperature trend. normal high 63. today is 78. down to 59 tomorrow. up to 72 sunday. 74 monday. then the 50s come in. and they set in for a while. also don't forget this weekend it is daily saving time. fall the clock back one hour sunset sunday only at 5 clock. don't forget to change the batteries. so sticks around for a while. next week have the umbrella and
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will have power over your health care. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged more for health care; premiums would go up. and adams supports giving employers the power to block birth control access for
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john adams: wrong on health care, wrong on birth control, wrong for virginia. disclaimer: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. well, a lot of the times the shelters it is unfortunate fact that many people are nervous adopting older dogs, especially because they don't know what their personality has been like
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alexander dilly is here with rescue lives to talk about older dogs. thank you so much for being here. let's talk about this little lady here. first of all, who is this and how old is she? >> this is china and she's a mall tease and 13 years old. >> and we have to add a disclaimer. she had to have her fur shaved off because she had wild fur issues going on so shaved the fur off. it's going to grow back so don't look like your typical mall tease right now. but she is a sweetheart and she's scared of dogs. >> yeah, she is timid but friendly with everybody. her tail is tucked a lot. she has a crouched body. >> so good sign there. and you also said something interesting about dogs up to 12 weeks. what did you say about that? >> so after the age of about 12 weeks, their socialization period is done. so it's harder to expose them to
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comfortable with those things after 12 weeks of age. >> that's way younger than i thought. so now we are talking about adopting an adult dog. if you do adopt an adult dog with shelter and it is scared what do you do? >> you want to go slowly. you can't throw it into the middle of things and expect it will get better. a scared dog will more likely get more scared and sensitized to those issues if thrown in. so you want to take it slow. keep distance and take things short. take treats with you, like chicken or it cheese, and give them to the dog that's around the things squacary but don't m them interact. >> like if a dog is scared of water don't throw in a pool. >> exactly. >> so show them things they like at the same time. >> exactly. >> what if your dog is scared of people though, that's a big one too as adults? >> yeah.
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have a compliant person who will not go over and try to become your dogs best friend so that's important to pick the right person, ask the people to ignore them, sit down, keep your dog on leash, so they won't go up and get too close for comfort. and then just keep your distance and go slowly. and it really helps to work with a trainer or a veterinary behaviorist. because a lot of little details here that can set your dog back if you push too hard. >> yes. i have a dog when i first got her, similar, she wasn't an adult, but it was hard to get her warmed up to things. ee sently eventually we did but it was because of routine. she finally realized this is okay. but if they don't warm up, are there other things you can do besides treats? >> yeah, you can look into antianxiety medication which are helpful for animals that are fearful and anxious. so don't be afraid to go that direction. mak t
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lot better. >> i remember you did tell me that a while back. so this is all great information because we have so many dogs that are adults at the humane rescue alliance just like china who need a home. so if you are a little nervous about adopting an adult dog, there you go, you have all the tips, also contact them to see if you don't know what to do as well. thank you for being here. head to our website to find out more about how you can help to give china a home and other dogs there too as well. >> thanks, sheena. >> have you got a sweet tooth? >> yes. and we have a treat for you. first new candy bar to carry the hershey name. meet hershey gold described as a carmel cream bar with pretzel bits. yum. first bar created in 1900.
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flavor. >> how about that, you learn something new every day. well the word of the word is usually two words, and that's real news. president trump's favorite news fake news is the word of the year. word increased lots since last year. other finalists for the word is antifa is a far left militant political movement. gender fluid. spinner and cupping season were also top contenders. u.k. based dictionary came out with that list. >> so cupping season is the season to get hooked up. >> let's leave it alone, pat. >> the most wonderful time of the year is almost here. and oprah is back with her longer gift list ever. >> that's right. this year she has 102 favorite things and you don't need debbie: when you w
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we have breaking news. moments ago a judge said that army sergeant berg dal will spend no time in prison after walking off his post in afghanistan. he pleaded guilty. >> after he abandon his remote post in 2009 captured by the taliban and held for five years. defense argued he suffered enough. he will receive a dishonorable discharge but judge handed out a sentence no time in prison. well, if you are starting to look around and do a little holiday shopping or at least thinking about t you need some inspiration, we are sure oprah can help. >> her favorite things list is out, right. and we have a few of her favorites. if you sleep with a snore, how about the smart
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air to shift their head. if you have a spice lover in your life, you can get the hot sauce sample set that looks like sticks of dynamite or how about a grad tut jar for the whole family. 365 cards and every day you can write a note what you are grateful for. you can find the entire list on nbc washington app. >> nice idea. and nice weather, sheena. >> yeah, nice to get out today and over the weekend. for today 78 today's that's 15 degrees above normal. tomorrow in upper fifth. don't forget to set your clocks back. back in the 70s. and then 50s arrive. >> thank you, sheena. >> and that's news for midday thanks for being with us. we are back on the air at 4:00 this afternoon. >> have a great friday everybody. we'll see you later on in
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we're live in five, four, three, two, one. >> i've never seen my mom more drunk in our lives. we were worried. >> i was way more drunk than your mom sdmru take it easy on your mother. >> it was -- it was so funny. >> i've never seen her -- >> don't even remember. >> wouldn't we have loved to have been invited to that party? >> she's so cute. >> think about it, kardashians and jay law in one room. she had her on last night, guest hosting for jimmy kimmel. >>ir


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