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wisconsin. >> reporter: paul ryan was greeted by his colleagues after electing him to become the next reader of the house of representative. >> my friends, you have done me a great honor. >> reporter: and now their work begins. >> we need to make some changes, starting with how the house does business as we need to let every member contribute, not once they have earned their stripes, but now. >> reporter: the republicans elected ryan, because they are viewed to ignite their party. and that it would cost them their job. >> some say that boehner didn't fight hard enough for their value, but to them that their speaker offered this advice.
>> yes, freedom makes all things possible, but patience is what makes all things real. so believe in the long flow of the struggle. and cbs news, capitol hill. >> john boehner angered many conservatives when in that final act as house speaker that he would push that compromise two-year budget deal through the house as they would expect to follow in a few days. they were relieved about that shutdown, hesitant to predict just what might come from the new speaker of the house. >> i think that it will take some of the pressure and their worry and concern so that we could focus on their energy in doing that work. >> and what is it like when there is a shutdown? what does it do to you? >> it brings on their extra stress because you don't know whether you will have a
paycheck or a job. >> paul ryan does it make you more optimistic or less? >> i think that he might have a better chance of negotiating with the more extreme sections of the republican party that have definitely been giving him a hard time. but he is also still a very established republican. >> and then there is the food vendor parked outside the federal houses of the southwest. marco rubio is down playing the testy exchange with the former florida governor jeb bush at last night's third republican debate. >> i mean literally the senate, what is it like a french workweek with three days where you have to show up. you can campaign or just resign. the only reason that you're doing it now is running for their same position and someone
convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. >> reporter: rubio has admiration for bush and only wants to discuss their policy differences that he feels pretty confident after his performance. in the meantime their have their own opinions of the big dates. >> the dates are suppose to be accomplished to help the people get to know the community. and get to know what will be behind them and what their thinking process is and what it has turned in to is a got you. you would have been better off watching the world series because of the debate in my view was a swing and a miss and didn't really further the national conversation that we need to be having with each
other. >> maybe every moderator should choose to vote republican. because why should we have these people that hate everything that we stand for and dare i mean i won't mention his name, but the questions were so nasty. i mean so nasty. why should we have these people? >> reporter: and many of their candidates were critical of the questions, calling it bias. the chairman blasted them saying that they would do a disservice to their network, our candidates, and voters. 15 people were hurt after the engine caught fire on the plane about to take off from that airport in ft. lauderdale, florida. the pilot spotted that plane shutting down all engines.
>> firefighters were able to put the flames out, able to shut down for about three hours. the ntsb, of course, is sending the team to ft. lauderdale to investigate the crash. a military official says that what broke loose in maryland are all ready to be removed. taking days to remove the rest, fitted with defense technology split in to two when it crashed. the army is sending a team of investigators to the scene. one aborted search later, they may have a new general manager. >> reporter: you know with a lot of financial aerospace experience, but no experience running a railroad. bruce leshan has been talking to writers, joining us live from their town au metro stop. what are you hearing out there, bruce? >> reporter: well, i'm here from a lot of riders that they
are hoping that this is the guy that would put them back on track. >> i think that he'll have his hands full. >> reporter: riding in on the new potential gm. he's the former chief executive. who last year according to salary.com made only $3 million. >> he has those key challenges, showing you their life, right? >> reporter: nearly everyone that we talked to, they would have ideas to make them better. >> they increase their focus on safety and that it is really important that a lot of us are still thinking about their accidents from the wintertime. >> we've had all those smoke problems, all kinds of safety issues with a lot to do. >> reporter: number one safety would be the number one thing. >> reporter: some worry that if there is an emergency that they will not be able to understand what they are saying over their
speakers. >> reporter: right now, they have shut down this train right here and that i couldn't even figure out what happened. >> reporter: for some tourists, the machines are just too confusing. >> pushing buttons to run behind time. >> reporter: they know that they have always had to scramble for money. >> these are some of the things that should be worked out. you know, 40 years ago. when this was being developed. >> nothing ever works properly, right? >> thank goodness as we all really needed it. i cannot imagine if we didn't have that at all. now they say that the metro board chairman, they have been meeting with cohen all day trying to work out the final deal, one key sticking point. still serving on a number of corporate boards. and the question is whether he could continue to serve on those boards if he is going to leave metro. live in the tinley town au
metro station, bruce leshan wusa9. >> sources say we may hear something as soon as tonight. well, no verdict yet in the charles severance murder trial. the jury went home for the defouling their first full day of deliberations, resuming the deliberations tomorrow, accused of killing three prominent alexandria residence inside their homes, nancy dunning in 2003, and ruthanne lodato last year. the prep school graduate sentenced to one year in jail for sexually assaulting the 15-year-old classmate. assaulting the girl as a gain of sexual conquest among graduating seniors at the elite st. paul school in minnesota. the one-year sentence was far less than the 11-year maximum that they could have imposed. federal authorities are questioning a man about the child who disappeared 26 years ago, labeling the 52-year-old a
person of interest in the abduction of an 11-year-old jacob wetherling back in 1989. never found. for now police are holding him on child pornography charges. they are asking anyone with information about him to come forward. coming up. announcing that they will allow couples to have more than one child. calling on social media to stop spreading videos of their students fighting. and kind of too bad that halloween is not tonight, pretty mild outside, but it'll be okay, a little cooler, but dry. and 6:00 to 9:00 on saturday, the temperatures are 48 to 56, pretty close to average if you will and that we will come back and talk about how on the cool air they would last and a look ahead to their nice treat for the beginning of november. but up next the coast guard crews would find more bodies after the boat carrying
the syria activists and the state-owned media are saying that several mortar shelves have hit damascus. no reported injuries. 35 years of their break on the growth, the one child policy is no more. they have announced that they will allow all married couples to have two children. that the shift comes as they face low fertility rates and an aging trend in their population. the world's most population. the latest disaster fraud and their identity theft case ever. but up next the student in virginia is charged with threatening to shoot up and bomb their [ female announcer ] business travel isn't just about the going.
won't help dick black. because what comes out of his mouth is just offensive. black said gays and lesbians lead "lifestyles that are harmful to the culture of this state." he dismissed rape in the military, calling it "as predictable as human nature." black opposes the use of birth control and voted to force women seeking abortions to have intrusive transvaginal ultrasounds. dick black. so extreme, it's dangerous. students and parents are being credited. they spoke up when they heard about that 15-year-old that allegedly planned to set off the bomb yesterday, then gunned down his classmates. that teenager is in custody, charged with spire to commit acts of terrorism. in maryland the school officials are taking action against students who would post their fight videos online. >> reporter: that's right
therms of service in order to get those pages shut down. here is scott broom. >> reporter: here in maryland their school officials have been able to shut down five of the social media accounts this year alone with a dozen last year. for violations of the terms of the use. and it was the school system here that blew the whistle, the fifth time this year they have taken action speaking for their public schools. >> and these videos are exploitative. on the nature of the glorified violence and they would glorify their bullying behavior, promoting their cyber bullying. >> reporter: they could see that they were on their property, involving students. >> that will be in class and that we'll say to come over
here. a lot of people would look. in addition to getting social media, shutting down a number of student us disciplined based on what they had seen online. >> and we are told that most of the accounts were shut down when they complained. the schools reopened for the first time since the man hunt started over the weekends. the 62-year-old is accused of wounding one officer shooting the other. seven people were indicted accused of the largest identity theft case ever. accused of faking more than 40,000 damaged claims, totaling more than $2 billion. together they face 95 counts of their wire fraud and identity
theft charges. all right, a gorgeous day. >> no complaints. >> absolutely. but generally nothing. how could you? we were 24 in a row. we went pretty warm. did it get warm enough fast enough? i can't deny that. go to the app store. a live look outside, wisconsin avenue looking north towards bethesda with a nice evening. still 67 within our three
degrees just yet. they will be northwesterly at 10 to 15 tonight. so it will be a chilly time at the bus stop. breezy and much cooler tomorrow. i would dress for the low 50s because of the northwest winds. chilly, but nice for their high school football and temps in the 50s and the 40s if you play a late game. you don't need any of that. very close to a treat and that they will cooperate, should be clear. 10:00 tonight, you can walk the dog. still in the 50s. 59 downtown and 54 in manassas. 43 in gaithersburg and fairfax. and then by 9:00 we are still in the upper 40s. by 1:00 we are back in the 50s
with full sun. on the day planner, 49 to start downtown and then 54 by 11:00 and 58 by 1:00. they don't exactly go up very far. but halloween is still cool with maybe a shower on sunday. the ravens are in town in the upper 60s. check this out, upper 70s on wednesday and thursday and get your tee time set. >> that is what you can imagine. >> and that one thing that they did not have, people like that. they might have just done that with the latest on their search. that'scom up next. try 25 times. they will break th
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and that they were expected, steady, hoping that they could do the same reporting, officially naming them as their manager after the world series. that he had not been told anything yet and that we shall see. remember in 1985 that he managerred the padres for the last two seasons, but fired 65 games in to this season. and baseball off season awards will be dulled out soon. and that they were being considered a gold glover this season. and ramos meanwhile, also a candidate, criticized for dropping the balls on the plays at the play, but he did allow a low number of those balls. baltimore orioles are not left out either.
they were nominated as well, but pretty solid for the rest of the season, the gold glover winners on november 10. all right, i was thinking that they would go 81-1 this year. but turns out the only one good at making predictions is topper with the weather. that is predicting their weather inside the see ryeson center. and that they would say it was bad for them losing to the penguins last night. breaking their five-game winning streak with a lot of excuses coming off the four-day swing. but he ain't trying to hear all that. >> it wasn't great playing a little slower. and that we didn't finish. later on in a game that they would come back.
and meeting the other goal to get that point. to win off again. >> all right, coach is not happy that they would open up their campaign like we expected, the game on the line scoring 13 in their quarter including that game winner, explaning how they would take over their game late. >> we kind of looked at each other, saying okay, it is time to take over the game. even if it means that we need to make those tougher plays, to carry the team. >> really excited. >> that is incredible. >> wusa9 news at 6:00, that's it. >> we'll be back with your only local news
i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. republican hal parrish claims he improved transportation. but the truth is he was nowhere to be found. literally. parrish holds a seat on the northern virginia transportation authority, but 34 times he failed to show up for meetings. parrish skipped more meetings than any other member. and hal parrish refused to support the bi-partisan transportation bill. why would we want to get stuck with republican hal parrish in richmond?
>> pelley: more than 100 people rush for the exits as a jetliner bursts into flames as it's about to take off. also tonight, rubio on the rights, bush on the defensive. >> it's not on life support. >> pelley: and debate moderators under fire. >> how about talking about the substantive issues people care about. >> pelley: in a controversial trial, a prep school graduate hears his sentence for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old freshman. and the house on morse avenue, where the eve of all hallows breaks loose. >> reporter: is it scary? >> no, it's just really cool. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: it was a frightening few minutes today that must have sme