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>> ♪ this is fox5 news morning. >> one year later. straight ahead at 6:00, remembering the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting. how those who were lost are being remembered in orlando and here locally. >> also ahead the first family all moved in. melania barron now join the president full time at the white house. all this comes as we hear word of a lawsuit being filed today against president trump. >> plus, the heat wave i think is just getting started now but it continues. a live look outside on this monday morning, it's june 12th, another hot and humid day is on tap. the d.c. region could even break some records today. happy to hear that, right. >> oh, yeah, i love warm weather. >> i do, too actually. good morning, i'm allison seymour. >> and i'm w wisdom martin in for steve
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let's get right to tucker barnes who is standing outside before it gets really hot. >> we'll check back in a couple days to see if you still love the warm weather as it's going to be going on and on. yesterday we made it to 93. we'll be a few degrees warmer than that later today. here's a a live look at current numbers. getting sticky. 74 in washington. you can see a few 60's north and west. i'll have all the details on this forecast and again, potential for record breaking heat this afternoon with temperatures in the mid 90's. all those details coming up. guys i'll toss it back to you. >> tucker thank you. new this morning, hundreds of people gathered overnight outside the pulse its a popular gay nightclub in orlando. they were marking the one year since gunmen took 49 people's lives. survivors victims their families all attended a private vigil to remember those who were lost. all 49 names were read out loud marking the moment the first shots were fired. this was the first of four major events planned
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throughout the city which the mayor declared orlando united day. here locally a candlelight vigil is planned tonight in dupont circle. mayor muriel bowser and the lgbt community leaders will be on hand. >> also this morning in the district, a northwest restaurant remains closed after a scary incident forced patrons to evacuate. dozens were standing on the deck of the uproar lounge when the roof suddenly began to bend. it happened around search ooh. 7 o'clock last night. police say the crowd's weight caused the joints of the deck to crack. however it didn't collapse. thunderstorm president trump finds himself in another legal battle. today both maryland and the district plan to sue the president. >> the lawsuit accuses the president of violating the constitution. fox5's melanie alnwick is live from the trump hotel with more now. melanie. >> reporter: hey, good morning, guys. yes, so the trump international hotel on pennsylvania avenue as well as trump's vast network of golf courses, other properties and resorts, those are central to the case here and we're going to learn a little
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about it when d.c. and maryland's attorneys general who filed that lawsuit possibly later today. now, you may remember that back in january, president trump said he was going to step back from the trump organization and its properties to avoid conflicts of interest. his sons now handle the business dealings but trump still owns the company and the attorneys general of d.c. and maryland say the president is still benefiting personally. the u.s. constitution says u.s. officials can't take gifts or other benefits from foreign governments. speaking in detail to the washington post the attorneys general say embassies and foreign officials have chosen to use the trump hotel taking business away from other properties in d.c. and maryland. another clause in the constitution says the president can't get financial benefits other than a set salary from the federal government or state governments and that calls into question the d.c. hotel's lease with the gsa as well as golf courses hotels and resorts if
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bookings state tax breaks or favorable zoning. now, if the lawsuit goes forward the attorneys general say they will be demanding copies of trump's tax returns so that they can get a better sense of what his foreign business dealings are. if that happens, they believe that that could bring the case all the way to the supreme court. we'll get more detail when the attorneys general hold a press conference at noon today. live in northwest, i'm melanie alnwick, fox5 local news. >> attorney general jeff sessions will go before the senate intelligence committee on tuesday. he'll face questions about his contact with russian officials during the presidential campaign. he'll also testify about his involve. in the firing of james comey. the same day deputy attorney general rod rosenstein goes beappropriations committee. >> president trump his wife melania and their young son barron have moved into the white house. the first lady tweeted the news last night. it came with a picture of the washington monument seen from what app
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room in the white house. the tweet read "looking forward to the memories we will make in our new home." >> ♪ >> they arrived just in time for the heat. >> right. >> 'cause it's going to get hot today. >> moves out sometime in early september. >> oh, okay. [laughter] >> that is so fair. >> it's all good. >> and the humidity as well. humidity has creeped up overnight. that's what you'll notice a big difference from yesterday. yesterday was hot, low 90's for most of the area. today at this time will be hot and humid. >> okay. gang's all here. >> yeah, summer has arrived. like wisdom at the anchor desk. it's only matter of time. >> except i leave before september. >> 74 at reagan national. dulles 65, baltimore 71 degrees. again the warm spot right here in the swamp. all right, that is what you call a quiet satellite and radar. hm. surprisingly quiet. there's more clouds out there than that's showing. just a few clouds to start your morning. i was just outside so i can tell you. ag
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creeping up. hot and humid today. we've got a code orange air quality for both washington and the baltimore regions. that's a moderate air quality and, you know, i mean, the heat is going to be plain old dangerous around here later this afternoon with a heat index approaching a hundred so i said it before, lots of water, make sure you limit your time outdoors and that kind of thing. if you got to work outdoors make sure you talk about yourself. >> tool late to talk about that beautiful strawberry moon. >> yeah, too late. >> moves fast. >> that's my way of saying i don't know much about it. >> this weekend. >> i know it was a strawberry moon. >> was it a strawberry moon, okay. >> did it have a strawberry quality. >> it felt a little pinkish, reddish. >> i bet if you give tucker time to research it. >> i thought it was breathtaking. >> i saw a lot of pictures on social media. beautiful vw
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northbound delays cleared from the beltway. earlier construction work cleared by south capitol. it was parking lot from the beltway north of malcolm x avenue. traffic dissipated. coming from oxon hill from the beltway you're in great shape. we'll show you once you get past that point you might get a little congested but it's easing. things so much better. southbound side heavy down from 50 to pennsylvania avenue with the usual morning congestion. let's take a look at metro. problems on the rails. earlier switch problem outside of glenmont. residual delays to shady grove. yellow line vigil to mount vernon square. earlier train malfunction at huntington. for safe track this is in place throughout the rest of the week things should wrap up around thursday on june 15. no train service between new carrollton and stadium-armory. shuttle service available on that o closed station new carrollton landover cheverly deanwood and minnesota avenue a shuttle service is that available to connect you to the blue line a little bit quicker. local shuttle buses available
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volume picking up in cheverly from 50. things looking good on 50. no issues on 301. falls church typical volume 66:congestion building by66:cono we'll take a live look at some of those roads as we continue. that's your look at traffic. wisdom and allison. >> search is on for a man who broke into a gun store on the eastern shore over the weekend. this happened on saturday in federals burg maryland. the sheriff's office says the burglar stole two dozen handguns and three rifles. a $10,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. >> from prince george's county there has been a spike in car thefts. thieves are making off with everything from spare change to air bags. >> our bob barnard is live this morning from palmer park. bob is gearing up for a ride along actually with police today. bob. >> reporter: that's right, guys, it's not how you want to wake up in the morning, get out to your car and find out it's been broken into. it's happening with greater frequency here in prince george's county. 2300 times already this year here in prince george's county. that's a
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over last year. police here are getting 15 to 20 calls a morning. we are about do a ride along with corporal tyler hunter who is not 7 feet tall, it's just up in the grass here but anyway we'll do a ride along at 10:00, roll call this morning. tyler thanks for having us. >> look forward to showing you guys and hopefully we can get the message out to have people remove items from their vehicle and try to really reduce this problem that i know is plaguing a lot of people. >> reporter: all right. we're looking forward to a morning. most of the victims have left their cars unlocked so at least you can start off doing that. lock your cars. you may not become a victim. stick with us. we'll be riding along all morning guys. >> bob thanks very much. we look forward to it. 6:09. puerto rico one step closer to become, the country's 51st state but the u.s. territory still faces a long road ahead. >> back to back. penguins getting the job done on the ice. its second stanley cup in two years. [laughter] >> it makes tucker barnes not happy this morning. the celebration going strong in
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>> hey, where is steve anyway? [laughter] >> back in 30 seconds. >> ♪ >> ♪♪ (man) hmm. what do you think? ♪ (stranger) good mornin'! ♪ (store p.a.) attention shoppers, there's a lost couple in the men's department. (vo) there's a great big un-khaki world out there. explore it in a subaru crosstrek. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >> ♪ >> overseas this morning the pentagon is investigating an apparent insider attack after u.s. military members army soldiers in fact were kild
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in afghanistan on saturday. the soldiers were shot by an afghan army soldier who was also killed in return fire. the taliban quickly claimed responsibility. the names of the fallen american service members haven't been released yet. >> new this morning, a scare for passengers on board a flight from sydney to shanghai. the flight had to turn around and return to australia about an hour into its trip after an engine failure. huge hole was discovered in the engine casing. passengers said they heard a very loud noise soon after the flight took off. the good news is that no one was injured. >> to puerto rico now. the governor there is vowing to turn the u.s. territory into the 51st state after voters passed a nonbinding referendum. however low turnout at the polls is raising questions about the vote's legitimacy. still the governor told supporters he'll soon create a commission to demand state hood from congress which has to approve any changes to the island's political status. a lot of people are celebrating in france this morning as near final results om
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parliamentary elections show that president emmanuel macron's new movement winning by a large margin. with 94 percent of the votes counted the republic on the move party macron's party won 28 percent of the vote and it's set t to land a huge majority in the final round vote. >> defense will begin presenpresenting its case in the bill cosby certainly assault trial t last week accuser andrea constand testified that many cosby drugged and molested her in 2004 at his estate near philadelphia. jurors heard cosby's version in the form of his police statement and his deposition in 2005 in a lawsuit. the trial will move to closing arguments today if no defense witnesses are called. >> don't ever say it can't happen. >> oh, it can happen. >> because one person won the whole kit and caboodle.
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>> apparently just can't happen to us. >> just can't happen to us. one person won $447 million in the powerball drawing. that ticket sold at a liquor store and it's a liquor and deli store in case you're wondering in sun city california. no word on who bought the ticket but i think their name is that sir or ma'am money bags today. >> yeah, right. >> the store also gets a little money, a million dollars for selling the winning ticket. i always wonder what that means, though. so, if the store gets it do the employees split it or does the store get. >> if it's the allison seymour store then you win it. >> that's my new technique. i'm going to get a store. if you're headed to the national mall new parking meters to tell you about. >> and a live look outside as we head to break this monday morning with no lottery ticket and bank account still looking the same. >> dream and a low balance. >> we're happy, though. we're glad you're with us and we're glad to be here. >> yeah, we are. >> back in a
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>> happy monday. 6:15 is the time. live look outside right now. 73 degrees. that's going to be pretty tame compared to what's in store for us but this is typical for summertime temperatures. when i say typical i mean what we are going to get. it's going to heat up. is that correct, tucker barnes. >> i didn't follow anything you just said. >> you didn't follow anything i said. i'll yield the floor to the senior senator from maryland. >> thank you. let's get to it. highs yesterday --, let me try o clean this up for you. hey, reagan national hit 93 degrees. dulles in it 91. our normal high is yes, sir. we were about 10 degrees above there yesterday. we'll be even warmer than these numbers later this afternoon. we're thinking mid 90's so obviously you want to plan accordingly here if you got to be working outdoors, that kind of thing make sure you're ready for a very hot day. 74 in washington. 73 leonardtown. 74 in annapolis. it's getting to be quite humid as well.
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temperatures in just a minute. little better when you get off to the west and north. dulles 65, frederick is 64. here are your dewpoint numbers. you get these numbers above 60 you'll start to feel the humidity. once you get around 70 you're oppressive. 69 in washington, 68 quantico. dewpoint temperatures are humidity is going to be on the rise here over the next couple of days and that's going to make things even more uncomfortable. our heat index going to get very close to a hundred degrees. all right. just a few clouds out there. you saw the live shot. beautiful start to our day. lots of sunshine and it should be a nice day. washington, new york, boston all hot. pleasant gap up in central pennsylvania, i don't know why that just popped up, will be a little more comfortable. everybody else is going to be really scorching around here with bermuda high pressure and again we had the heat this weekend with temperatures in the 90's yesterday. now we bring in the humidity and our old friends are back, heat and humidity and the heat index
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this afternoon. i do think we'll be dry if you're going to be out or got sports or whatever after school, if you're still in school. llet me just wrap this up the. 95 today, 95 tomorrow. better chance on wednesday we get storminess, highs upper 80's to about 90 and a little better chance for storms around and that will help cool things down a little bit but hot and humid today, erin. are you ready. >> yes. >> i saw pool pics yesterday. clearly you found your way. >> i'm having a pool party today. i value shaded picnic area because i know you don't like the bright sunshine. >> right. >> i'm just saying. >> i'm definitely coming over. >> liright now monday morning commute delays picking up in some of the usual areas. 66 eastbound from 234 to the beltway you dip down about 32 miles per hour into centreville. things pick up into the 50's. once you get to vienna things slow down again. 270 southbound volume building to the beltway 31 miles per hour. 295 northbound construction cleared. a little bit of a residual delay from the beltway to the 11th street
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295 southbound typical delays of seven minutes from 50 downomn normal service resumes to shady gravy. earlier switch problem outside glenmont. we also have safe track still impacting the orange line. no train service between new carrollton stadium-armory. shuttle service is available. closed stations new carrollton landover cheverly deanwood and minnesota avenue. you have express shuttle service available to keep you moving a little bit to the blue line. we'll keep you updated. look to be a pretty typical monday morning commute. wisdom and allison. >> erin thank you. 6:19 is the time right now. starting today, you will have to start feeding more than 1,000 new parking meters on the national mall. i know that's never good news. it gets better because paid parking is now being in force daily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. you can boo that, too. >> boo. >> and then here's more. it will cost you two dollars an hour for maximum of three hours. so there is no good news in that. >> okay. >> 'cause you got to pay
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the goal is to increase the turnover of the parking spots allowing more residents and tourists to visit the area. >> that argument is ridiculous. just say waits. that argument is what it is. >> more money, more money. you can still however find free parking about 400 spaces from east potomac park to haines point. >> that's good news in good luck trying to find those open. >> a big shakeup at uber. changes could soon be coming to the top. >> but first, he might not be president anymore but it seems old fashioned handshaking with the crowd is a skill former president jimmy carter is still pretty good at. the 39th president was on board a flight from atlanta to d.c. when one passenger realized carter was on board. he asked to shake his hand and before you know it carter literally shakes every passengers' hand on board the plane. that's how jimmy does it. >> that's how he does it at like 92 years old. >> look at him. still going strong. back in a moment. >> ♪ >> ♪♪ we just got the keys to our new house! we got the keys! ahhh! wooo!
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>> the president hits the road this week for his big jobs push. first though a check of the markets. joining us from the fox business network studio lauren simonetti. where did the weekend go? i don't know. how are the markets. >> reporter: it was beautiful though. show hot. even hotter today. the markets are not hot at all. the nasdaq continues to sell off this morning by the tune of 1 percent after falling about 2 percent on friday. so, tech stocks just got a lot cheaper. on the flip side, the dow will open at an all time high today. go figure. >> okay, yeah its weird business world. speaking of business, folks trying to get back to work and the president hits the road along with his daughter for the big push to get us back in officers outside at sites, whatever. >> reporter: it's workforce development week amid another russia probe with the attorney general expected to testify tomorrow. the distraction from that would be let's focus on jobs. a series of events all week ivanka trump helping her dad in the push for
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that you don't necessarily need a four year education an expensive four year education when you might do better with a skill or a trade. so, that's what they're going to be touting starting tomorrow. >> that's interesting. interesting path. okay. let's talk about aldi. i'm an aldi fan. raise my hand. i like it very much. >> reporter: okay. >> and we're talking about their investment into the united states but let's talk about uber, too. big shakeup. >> reporter: major shakeup at uber. it is expected to be announced today. the board met yesterday. they're considering a leave of absence for the ceo travis kalanick and we are expecting his confidante this guy mill michael to resign. he's the one who suggested tatargeting critical
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journalists. >> we haven't been reporting a lot of good news for uber lately so let's see what the changes mean. >> reporter: no. >> now let's talk about aldi and their investments. >> reporter: i've never seen an aldi. >> we have them here. >> reporter: and neither has anyone in the news room. i've never seen that logo in my travels in the northeast. >> really? okay. more aldis are coming to the united states because the german super market chain is investing an additional $5 billion here in five years. why are we telling you this? you'll see more stores but you might even see cheaper prices from all grocery stores because they are competing with one another. aldi has a competitor another german company called lidle that will open for the first time later this week in the south so pay attention and wal-mart has been testing price cuts in 11 different states. so, the price of food and everything else you buy at the super market is getting cheaper believe it or not. >> all right. eyesi like it. tell me it's actual food and whole food and cheaper
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>> reporter: i know. do you go to like five different food stores when you food shop. >> sadly, yeah. i try to do the organic thing because i'm pretty afraid of what some of our food is made of today but when you look at the bottom line, sometimes it's just cheaper to go the route of -- cross your fingers and hope for the best. all right lauren. >> reporter: grocery trip is now five stops. good to see you. >> me, too. see you tomorrow. all right. have you been to aldi's. >> i have seen them but i have never been inside. is it that great. >> it's great. it's just like, you know, if you like smart pops, then you'll like -- >> okay. >> you know, you'll like finger pops. it might not be the exact brand but it's like the same food in a different brand so it's a little bit less expensive. >> i just get takeout. i don't go to grocery stores. >> oh, nice. he's a bachelor. >> yes. >> unless i need toilet paper then i go to the convenience store. >> nice. that's very good. thank you. >> and just like that
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>> never talk about toilet paper, tuck. >> 74 in washington. hey, we're going to be hot and humid today. temperatures are going to be back in the 90's. that's a code orange air quality so that's a moderate air quality. definitely take it easy out there. make sure you have lots of water. reminder for your pets. don't leave them outdoors for long periods of time, nobody left in cars as it will be dangerous later today. quiet today, no thunderstorms this afternoon. today, tomorrow, two more days of some pretty impressive heat and then a little better by wednesday with some storms by wednesday afternoon. >> thank you, tuck. >> uh-huh. >> good morning, erin como. >> good morning. right now 6:27. skyfox is over the top of the beltway where we have that usual congestion building on the outer loop 95 to georgia avenue. 15 minute delay just a slow roll because of the amount of traffic out there. inner loop looks really nice right now. tnow. we'll switch over for a quick look at our maps. crash in virginia northbound 28. right lane blocked after compton road and that is slowing things down as you try
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making it a reality is the hard part. northrop grumman command and control systems always let you see the complete picture. and we're looking for a few dreamers to join us. >> all righty we are back now at 6:30 on a monday morning. back with a look at skyfox outer loop oft beltway in college park. typical delays there. actually looks pretty nice right there. welcome back to fox5 news morning. thank you skyfox for the bird's eye view. weather and traffic on
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five at 6:35. vigils have been held through the night to remember the victims of the orlando pulse nightclub attack. it happened one year ago today. early this morning victims' families were allowed to go behind a fence that blocks the club. in the district a candlelight vigil will be held at 7:00 p.m. in dupont circle. in prince georges county there has been a spike in car thefts. thieves making w off with everything from spare change to air bags. our bob barnard is live this morning gearing up for a ride along with police. bob, good morning. >> reporter: hey, allison, yes, we'll be going out with corporal matthew wooford and tyler hunter riding along in a prince georges police cruiser. they get 15 to 20 calls a morning from people who say they've gone out to get in their car to go to work, take the kids to school or whatever and they've been broken into. we just came out from roll call. let me show you the board on th wall and look at most of the calls that they're going to be responding to here at least out of district three
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palmer park are calls for auto break-ins to autos and they say the problem is it's not really that they're breaking in, people are leaving their cars unlocked. so, the thieves are targeting unlocked cars and as you mentioned, they're stealing all kinds of things, loose change, car chargers, handicapped placards. 15 to 20 a morning are the number of calls. they've had 2300 so far this year in prince george's county up 14 percent from last year. so, we're getting ready to ride along with these officers. we'll be out and about and we'll have our reports as we start heading out to our first calls any minute guys. >> bob we look forward to it. thank you very much. also happening this morning, d.c. mayor muriel bowser will kick off the annual great graffiti wipeout. it's an eight week campaign aimed at removing illegal tagging from murals and posters stickers. last year the city removed 2000 posters and stickers and cleaned more than 700 graffiti markings. mayor bowser will kick off the graffiti wipeo
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metro. the national park service started the process of draining the lincoln mem memoril reflecting in pool. deaths of ducks caused by high levels of parasites growing on snails isn't the water. humans that come in contact with the parasite could develop a skin rash. it takes about two days to fully drain the water. tomorrow crews begin cleaning the inside of the pool. the reflecting pool is expected to reopen june 19th. >> all right. hey, allison. >> hey. should be an open there. >> it's all good. >> okay. >> thy'd rathe rather see you. stanley cup returning to pittsburgh for the consecutive year. the penguins the first time in nearly two decades to repeat as champion with a two-zip win over nashville.
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patrick the talk of the town -- they became the talk of the town because of that run. sydney crosby became just the third player to be named playoff m.v.p. for the second year in a row. >> i'm really happy to be part of this group and, you know, a good chunk of the guys are returning from last year so it's pretty special. you know, we set out to try to go back to back. we knew it was going to be difficult but, you know, i think that's -- that's probably where the most joy comes out of is just knowing how difficult it is now to -- to go back to back and knowing that we overcame all of those things. >> still no word yet on when the parade will be held in pittsburgh to celebrate the penguins' championship and again, they beat our team and they win the championship. >> tucker said yawn. >> i heard him. i'm ignoring him. let's talk about the nats because they continue their home stand tonight welcome,
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yesterday historic performance for max scherzer. now he records his 2,000th career strikeout. and he did it in the third few west innings of any pitcher in major league baseball history. a standing ovation and an ovation from tucker barnes. he's happy about that one. from the fans at nats park scherzer finished with strikeouts over seven and a third innings. but all that was ruined by the bullpen as tucker barnes mentioned. matt wieters loses the pitch that goes -- gives him the go ahead run. the nats give up four in the eighth and they lose five to one. so far this season the nats bullpen has given up 30 home runs. 30. >> boo. >> from the bullpen. let's talk about the yankees and yankee stadium. new york taking on baltimore, sixth inning, this is a rookie. this is aaron judge. blasting a monster home run the longest in the majors this year, nearly 500 feet. judge leads the majors with 21 home
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orioles go on to lose big time 14 to three was the final. they leave new york after being outscored 38 to eight in the weekend series. that sounds like one of my youth basketball scores . >> [laughter] >> are you trying to punish us this morning. >> why is that? showing some highlights. >> penguins win the stanley cup, nationals lose the bullpen is a disaster. >> yeah. baltimore gets destroyed all weekend long. >> baltimore hasn't won in two weeks. >> i'm just giving you the facts. you do what you will with it. i got to give you the information. >> sometimes we're not going to like it. >> you can't win every time, tuck. >> every time? well, you can't talk about it just when we win. >> the bullpen is a disaster for the nats. >> we'll go with that. >> by the way -- >> now yeah making me sad. >> if the nats are looking for people to walk people or not get outs i'm happy to sign up. >> i thought max scherzer had a big weekend. >> no, the starters are great. they get to the seventh inanding and the eighth and ninth inning they implode. >> 'cause y
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bench. >> yes. >> i agree. >> so did i do i. >> 74 in washington. mid 90's today. mid 90's. can't wait. >> can't wait. >> and humidity. >> love it. >> humidity has returned as well. dewpoint temperatures are currently in the upper 60's to about 70 so you'll notice the big change from yesterday. yesterday just hot. today hot and humid. make sure you got the water ready to go if you're out and about or family has come to town and you're going to show them around. >> do you have family here? >> no. >> oh. >> 95. [laughter] >> but i will in a few weeks. i know what it's like in the summertime and everybody sweats a lot and we try to go see all of the -- >> right. you toyou -- try to put at goode on it. >> right. 95 this afternoon. >> all right tucker. >> had erin como what's going on. >> 6:37, it's hot, it's monday. you know, it's summertime. right now outer loop 95 to georgia of a wide view from skyfox there and you can see we're totally backed up on the outer loop about a 15 to 20 minute delay from 95 over to georgia avenue. inner loop looks great t we'll switch it over right now and show you a look at our
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right lane is blocked after compton road. as you make your way you're jammed from manassas drive through compton road so as you try to get to 66 watch for those delays. 66 eastbound from 29 through 28 in centreville it's about a 25 minute delay and then delays linger through vienna because of volume. good news for metro. normal service resumes to shady grove on the red line. switch problem outside glenmont cleared up. same story on the yellow line o earlier train malfunction at huntington cleared. normal service to mount vernon square. orange line with safe track delayed. the rest of your morning commute we have that usual congestion on 295 southbound from visit to the 11th street bridge. about an eight minute delay there. you're slow through 50 in cheverly. keep it to fox5. we'll be right back. >> ♪ >>
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versity's mba program today. let's get it, america. >> ♪ >> back now on a monday morning with what is trending on the web. first up, hey, want to live in two countries at once? no? okay. well, if you do, you can if you buy this house. it straddles the border between vermont and quebec. from one door you can enter the home from the united states and there's another door to enter from canada. that's super cool. the house is on the market $109,000 but the real estate agent says it's going to need a lot of work. bit of a fixer upper. >> what. >> yeah. okay how about this.
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extra skip in their step after encountering a bear on the race course in colorado. it happened during a 10-mile run. the bear crossed the road startling a lot of runners before vanishing off into i gues hurt so in august and saturday night's race was his final home meet. his time of 10.03 seconds matches his debut time from 10 years ago. bolt [inaudible] world championships in london. a decade later he's still as fast. >> how is that possible. >> how is it possible. >> how do you get that fast in the first
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>> that's amazing. back to the house. the $109,000 house. >> it's a fixer upper. >> which is fine but do you have to pay taxes in canada and the united states. >> that's a good question. >> i would think so which makes it not a good deal. >> but it is cool. you could open it up at some sort of weird museum. >> once you pay a million dollars to fix it up. >> yeah. still i think it's a win-win. over to you. >> thank you allison. >> location, location, location. >> that's true. speaking of winners the big winners from last night's tony awards plus "wonder woman" still winning at the box office. the fox beat is coming up next. >> ♪
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>> ♪ >> nice and bright and clear. amazing. >> love it, love it, love it. ain't nothing wrong with that. >> it's wrong when you don't think you need to turn your air on and you look at the thing and it's 84 degrees in your house. that's what happened to me. >> were you peeking into my house? that's exactly what happened to us yesterday. >> kind of snuck up on me for some reason. >> i have walked outside -- i had gone somewhere and came back and everybody is sitting in the house like it was -- like them dying. >> really? >> daddy, please. >> can we have some air and i said let me think about it for awhile. >> and then you looked at the thermostat and you found it was 84 degrees. >> i have the perfect graphic for people inside your houses. >> all right. >> these are the signs of heat
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[laughter] >> versus heat stroke. >> that's funny. >> all right. >> yes. >> if you start to feel faint or dizzy excessive sweating -- honestly here's the thing about heat waves. i'll tweet out this graphic tucker fox5 in a moment but the bottom line is that heat is cumulative so after it's days and days your body will start to lose some tolerance to it particularly if you're a little bit older so please take the heat seriously. those are some of your signs and heat stroke of course much more serious than heat exhaustion and you can become unconscious and have lots of problems. we'll keep it moving. take a look at current numbers and we are talking about heat that's going to be potentially record breaking heat today. we hit 96, we'll tie a record that goes back to the 1950's. 74 now in washington. 72 leonardtown. we have some 60's off to the north and west and i want to show you the dewpoint temperatures. you get these numbers above 65 it gets very uncomfortable so the humidity on the rise this morning. 70 in
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washington. all right, sunshine, plenty of sun today. we had plenty of sun yesterday. it will feel more swampy today with the humidity and again daytime highs in the mid 90's. yesterday we hit 93, few degrees warmer than that later today. bermuda high pressure off to our south and east. first we pump the heat in here this weekend and you know any time we get heat around here this time of year, humidity follows. good friend. heat and humidity. heat index gets close to a hundred this afternoon. if we hit 96 we'll tie a record that goes back to the 1950's. a couple more days of it, today and tomorrow. should be a little better by wednesday with some afternoon thunderstorms and then noticeably more comfortable thursday and friday. we'll have thunderstorms around towards the end of the week, though. okay. morning meme coming up. >> i don't like when you describe my monday morning as swampy. >> right. >> that doesn't sound pleasant. >> sticky. >> sticky, that's a little bit better but not that great. outer loop right now 95 to georgia of a skyfox over the beltway. beautiful view of the trees
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there. we have some volume about a 15 minutes delay from 95 to georgia avenue. inner loop looks pretty good. beautiful view there. chopper is in the sky. i like that shot. not the only slowdown. 295 southbound d.c. police traffic letting us know there's a disabled vehicle at benning road. that's just south of 50. because of that, the right lane is blocked. keep it to the left lane. that's backing traffic up onto 50 so 50 from 202 to 295 delays and then we're at about a 15 minute delay from 50 down to the 11th street bridge. and again, remember to keep it t blocked. new york avenue jams up as you pass bladensburg road as usual. inbound northeast commute jams up. northbound 28 right lane blocked after compton road. because of that you're jammed up back to manassas drive. 66 eastbound really heavy volume from gainsville into centreville. and then those delays linger with stop-and-go traffic into vienna so right now from 29 in gainsville to the beltway you're going to need an extra 60 minutes. it's just that time of morning. aside from that everything back to normal on the red line by shady grove. the yellow line by mount vernon square and then we still have
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overview you can see some yellow and red picking up. i hope your air conditioner works today. if not make sure you bring some ice cold water with you, right tucker? it's going to be a steamy one. >> if you're working outdoors you need lots of water. >> and bring your pets in. >> yes. >> the puppies don't like it. >> it's monday morning. it's time for the morning meme. this is a deep thought version. >> oh, it is. >> motivation monday? >> yes, bring it on. >> all right, let's cue the music. wisdom we don't have you in our picture but you're honorary. >> this is not motivational. >> also we're not going to share the picture. all right, melissa. >> this is actually the opposite of motivation. >> pulling into work on monday like... >> where did i go wrong. >> poor mondays. mondays are like what did we do? >> feel a little bit like that, though. >> oh, that's actually like my face today. [laughter] >> when my alarm went up at two. ooh 30 a.m. i'm like what went wrong. >> what went wrong. >> this is something that happened to me. when halfway through
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argument you understand that you misunderstood them and you actually agree with them. >> that's so funny. that's perfect. >> it's a little late to go back. >> i wonder if that happened to terrence. >> that's so funny. >> i love this one, too. when you try to warn your owner that squirrels outside are plotting to kill him and he tells you to stop barking. >> guess what, daddy, you'll see. you'll see . >> [laughter] >> wisdom hasn't experienced dog that barks 18 hours a day. >> no, i don't have that, no, i don't of that. >> that is so cute. yup. >> just trying to alert you. >> they're protecting you. >> just trying to help. >> i love this. >> is that kardashian. >> yeah, that's kim. >> that's kimmie. >> when you haven't gone to sleep yet and you already can't wait to come home from work tomorrow. >> that was me last night. >> wisdom was planning his afternoon nap at 4:25 a.m. >> those are really good.
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>> #morning meme summer edition send them in. >> i would like some wisdom martin special memes, too. >> make that happen. >> say hello to our facebook fan of the day sierra nikia and collette. three generations in one photo. grandma collette is on the right. she says that she's a huge fox5 d.c. fan and loves the entire morning crew. >> love it. >> all righty. have a good day, ladies. >> have a fantastic day. so there you go. >> all righty. kevin mccarthy up here for fox beat big night on the great white way last night. >> by the way, yeah, huge show last night. dear evan hanson took home the major awards at the tony awards. we'll get to that right now and we'll tell you why this is a massive d.c. connection. >> cool. >> very shortly. dear evan hanson was the big winner. last night at the tony awards the actor right there, ben platt took home best actor in a musical and the show itself
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also took home best musical. this is a little part from the show itself. the musical focuses on a high school senior played by platt who has a social anxiety disorder and is faced with drama after the death of a classmate. now, kevin spacey also hosted the show which aired on cbs. his opening number spoofed many of this year's shows. space did impressions of johnny carson bill clinton i think you saw corey hawkins in the crowd and also kevin kline took home best actor in a play while bette midler took home best actress in a musical. here's the d.c. connection. ben platt by the way, that's him in our studios in may of 2015, the show dear evan hanson which is the hottest show on broadway right now got its start at the arena stage here in d.c. >> that's great. >> and it played there from july to august of 2015 before going to new york and then now it's obviously this huge hit. i know we're
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october before it goes to broadway. it's just kind of cool to know that a show this big -- i mean, i wouldn't put it on hamilton level but it's becoming that. i mean, it's becoming a massive show. and when we had ben platt in studio and it started right here. >> yeah. >> got a little test in washington, d.c. >> very cool when that happens. >> love that. >> i agree. >> so, moving on, box office this weekend, the mummy bombed 'cause it wasn't good. this is number one worldwide but here in the u.s., the film only did $32.2 million. now, that sounds. >> that's a lot. >> let me tell you why that's not good. the budget for the film was 125 million. now, the reason why this is a problem is brendan frazier's the mummy remember that film from the 90's, that a $43.3 million opening in the 90's with cheaper ticket prices, right. this only did 32 with the skyrocketed prices now at the imax 3-d and all the different upcharges there so tickets were much lower
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this film was supposed to be the start of a dark universe including more films like frankenstein. i think it will still happen because it made 174 million worldwide. a lot of these films do better internationally than they do here in the u.s. wonder woman continued to dominate this weekend, number one, 57 million in the u.s. this film has made $435 million so far at the box office. so, that's the best movie out right now. you have to see that or megan leavey. those are the two best movies playing now. >> i am still embarrassed we were so busy this weekend i could not get to the theater but i will see wonder woman. >> it's a good movie. >> you liked it. >> as far as that mummy thing go, that's a tired idea. >> they're rebooting the franchise. >> it's stilly. >> why? >> what kind of a movie did you say it was. >> stupid. >> it's basically a dumb theme park ride and i love tom cruise mission impossible edge of tomorrow all amazing. those are your fox beat
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>> kevin spacey has an amazing voice. >> he was off. his opening number was great. >> kev i like the casual look there. >> i'm staying at my mother-in-law's and i keep forgetting to grab my tie its very dark in the basement so tricia i love you. >> tucker has got a bunch of ties downstairs. >> i know. >> it's kind of cool without the tie. >> let's go to the weather. >> it's summertime. >> temperatures in the 70's. 76 in washington. we'll be unfortunately in the mid 90's later today, mid 90's. we'll flirt with records later this afternoon and the humidity has been creeping up overnight so the humidity which we didn't really have a whole lot of this weekend you'll notice that this afternoon and we keep this heat wave going for another day tomorrow. little better by tomorrow with afternoon thunderstorms. today 95 hot and humid. please lots of water if you're outdoors. erin has happiness on roads. >> i got four new books for some pool side reading. >> excellent. >> get started today. i'm excited. right now green line residual delays to branch avenue. earlier train
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west hyattsville so caution there. give yourself some extra time on the green line. that's in addition to safe track still slowing down the orange line. southern maryland 210, five and 301 all dealing with heavy volume. 301 looking okay but five northbound past brandywine into clinton very backed up with volume. 210 northbound jams up back to swan creek. keep it to fox5. we'll be right back. more news, weather and traffic on this very hot monday morning. >> ♪ >> ♪♪
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>> ♪ >> this is fox5 news morning. >> the first family all moved in. melania and barron now join and the president full time at the white house. all this as president trump is waking up to yet another legal battle. details ahead on the lawsuit being filed in just hours. >> also ahead, one year later, this morning remembering the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting live from orlando. and also what's planned here locally to honor those 49 lives lost. >> plus, the heat wave continues. this is a live look outside on this monday, june 12th. another hot and humid day on tap for all of us the d.c. region could even break some records today. >> like it or not. good morning, i'm allison seymour. >> and i'm holly morris in for steve chenevey. >> we're going to start with that heat wave. here's another live look outside -- well, inside for you that's tucker and erin. let's get a quick check of things with


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