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emily's list praises matthews as pro-choice and the post says on gun control, clean energy, education and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model, to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message. good afternoon. and thanks for joining us. i'm andrea roane. the front-runners for the republican and democratic presidential nominations could find themselves in trouble in wisconsin today. craig boswell is at the white house
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>> reporter: the lines at polls places suggests there could be a big turnout in today's wisconsin primary. >> the biggest supporters. >> reporter: donald trump met with voters in a suburban milwaukee diner where he hinted at a surprise. >> it is going to be interesting tonight. very interesting to see what happens. i think we are going to do great. >> reporter: but the polls show trump trailing ted cruz. the texas senator says he has the momentum. >> if we have a good night tomorrow, that will be four states in a row where donald trump has gotten wooped. >> getting wooped in wisconsin would hurt trump's chances of clinching the nomination before the convention. >> if donald trump loses tonight and loses decisively, walks away with no delegate, it will be almost impossible to get a majority of delegates. >> reporter: the democratic side is not likely to change much. even if bernie sanders continues his recent run of victories. >> we have won six out of the last search caucuses and
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>> clinton's campaign released a memo pointing out the secretary has won 58% of the popular vote so far. and sanders would need to win 60% of the remaining vote to beat her. >> the first women president of the united states of america. hillary clinton. >> clinton has spent most of the last week campaigning in her home state of new york which votes two weeks from today. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> for everything you need to know ahead of the wisconsin primary, download the wusa 9 app. you will get election alerts. when you want them all on the latest developments in the presidential campaign. the senate is back in town after a long break for easter. there are two major items on the table. one, judge merrick garland's nomination to the supreme court. the second, emergency aid to the flint water crisis. right now, senators are poised to do nothing on either item. following the lead of majority leader mitch mcconnell. the scope of the
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released impresses even whistle blower edward snowden. the so-called panama papers have more about how the rich and powerful are hiding cash in offshore accounts. the documents contain allegations of money laundering and tax evasion, and at least two world leaders could be at risk of losing their jobs. an anonymous insider passed off millions of internal documents which exposed a global network of more than 140 politicians and public officials who allegedly did business with a panamanian law firm. an armed carjacking that started in montgomery county, leads police on a high speed chase that ends in a violent crash in northwest dc. it didn't take police long to capture and arrest a pair of suspects linked to both. the initial crime, a carjacking, happened on first avenue, in silver springs. the high speed chase ended at minnesota avenue and benning road in northeast. mikea turner has more from the scene. >> reporter: the police say the suspects came up and over the
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down, they crashed into the traffic light. the wild night for dc police came to an abrupt end with a crash tuesday morning. kenneth darvis and his family are relieved by the outcome. >> good they were in the area to catch them. >> two men carjacked a person in the first avenue area. and less than an hour later dc police noticed a similar vehicle on 17th street and northeast. when police tried to pull the guys over, the driver took off and police were right behind them. it started a fast and furious chase, and it ensued. >> it is an unfortunate event. but i guess the carjacking is no surprise. i mean that has happened before. but i guess coming into this area, and the police in this area, they were able to identify that vehicle, i mean that is good. >> the suspect crashed into the traffic light, and they tried to run, but didn't get far. >> again, two people
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police custody now, one remains in the hospital for some injuries. both face several charges. reporting from northeast, mikea turner, wusa 9. >> and some of those charges include armed carjackings, unauthorized use of a vehicle, and running from police. and we have new information about that deadly amtrak crash near philadelphia. national transportation safety board officials say the train was traveling at 106 miles an hour, which is lower than the posted speed limit. and investigators say the train's operator slammed on the brakes but couldn't stop soon enough to avoid hitting a backhoe on the tracks. two workers were killed in the sunday morning crash. and right now, amtrak and the ntsb are trying to determine who was authorized to be on the track. well, this morning, it was very cold. look at these observable temperatures from this morning, below freezing at reagan national. and 30 degrees, into the 20s, as you head off to
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there. it wasn't so much the temperatures, it was the wind that was howling that made it feel into the teens this morning. and we are doing a nice job warming up. we are at 40 degrees, but still only feels like 30. the winds are still pretty gusty for the morning and early afternoon. the good news is, they will diminish later on tonight. the bad news is, when you have calm winds and clear skies, the temperatures are going to plummet once again. so it is going to be another cold one first thing tomorrow morning. here are our wind gusts. these are current wind gusts, and seeing 20, 26 miles per hour, that is pretty gusty. a little uncomfortable. but it is better than the 37 mile-an-hour wind earlier this morning. temperatures top out in the upper 40s. still not going to feel that warm but the sunshine sure is pleasant. as we head through this evening, notice the winds are dropping off, so the temperatures will drop off right along with it. and we are headed to the 20s. below freezing. freeze warning is in place tonight. we will talk about the nats home opener. we have a brand new future cast and i think you will like what you see. andrea, over to you. >>
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the historic win was at the hands p of one of our own. dc is celebrating a villanova championship and chris jenkins. in case you missed it, delia goncalves has the highlights. >> three seconds at mid court. gives it to jenkins. >> i was able to catch that one right in stride. and i let it go. >> the three-pointer by villanova's chris jenkins at the buzzer proof every shot matters, it is being called one of the greatest buzzer beaters in ncaa championship history. villanova fans exploded. >> we just didn't beat just a great team, which this team is, but a great program. >> the win even more memorable for jenkins. because he played against his brother. nate brit. the two met on the court when they were 10 years old and quickly became friends and in 2007, the family adopted jenkins. when he needed a more stable home. >> i
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and you know, to play against each other, in a national championship, it was something special for our family. >> on the villanova campus, fans celebrated well into the night at unc, the mood was much different. >> i was intense. i couldn't even open my eyes. it hurt real bad. >> the victory is villanova's first ncaa championship since 1985. delia goncalves, wusa 9. >> and we will have more on the local celebrations of the big win, coming up this evening on wusa 9. a self-proclaimed teetotaler explained why she is now encouraging others to try medical marijuana to help with their chronic pain. >> but first, why the effects of this deadly deluge in pakistan could be
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violent storms triggered flooding that qieped out this bridge in north -- wiped out this bridge in northwest pakistan. nearly 60 people were killed and 30 others were hurt when the storms moved in. the deluge also destroyed orchid farms and tofns crops which government officials -- tons of crops which government officials fear could trigger food shortages. the first of thousands of turkish migrants stranded in greece are headed back home, part of the effort to shut down the main route used by millions to escape war and poverty to reach europe. the european union and turkey reached a deal last month to avoid another surge in migration in 2016. a mayor from florida is making headlines for an unusual goal. clint johnson plans to row in a makeshift raft from cuba to the florida keys and he says he wants to sounds what cuban migrants experience. johnson says nothing is going to stop him. not even the coast guard which is urging him to reconsider. >> i'm doing this trip. yes, it is something, when i put my mind s
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have achieved it. >> johnson plans to take his raft out for two more test runs before making the journey. allison is up next with the forecast. and when will it begin to feel like spring again? >> i mean we can only hope sooner than later. the seven-day forecast is not looking ideal for baseball. but we will do what we can and do with the future cast and stay right here, the news at noon continues.
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a tenuous cease fire is now in place after nearly 70 people were killed
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between armenia and azerbaijan. this is shelling that happened shortly before the accord took effect. ethnic tensions have long divided predominantly christian armenia and mostly muslim azerbaijan and war erupted between them as the soviet union fell. a 3-year-old boy is home safe with his family after he is rescued from a well in eastern china. crews lowered oxygen tanks so the child could breathe while they figured out how to rescue him. responders managed to loop a rope around the boy and pull him back up. he suffered only minor cuts. and he fell 300 feet into that well. topping today's health alert, he has become an unexpected advocate for medical marijuana. 67-year-old tamar mier decided to move to arizona after years of pain from a shoulder injury. she is one of 92,000 arizona patients who use medical pot. myers says she never tried marijuana until recently. but now, she says she wants to spread the word, that
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a drug she thought it was. >> really, it has been a game changer for me. because my pain level has been reduced so much. i think that so many people at my age and i'm 67, i will be 68 this summer, who have never tried it, and are afraid of it, or think of it as a stigma against, it, should give it a try. >> arizona medical marijuana patients consume nearly 20 tons of the plant last year. new data suggests millenials are the most frequent comparison shoppers for medical services. harvard researchers say healthy people between 19 and 34 with high insurance deductibles are most likely to price check colonoscopies and mammograms and mris. a daily dose of vitamin d3 can help heart function for
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those patients prone to heart failure. pumps production increased by 34% with heart muscle weakness. doctors in china have found abnormalities in patients with brains with insomnia. significantly impaired white matter in regions of the brain related to sleep and wakefulness. doctors hope the findings will lead to treatment for insomnia. you may have seen us cover the opening of a cat cafe right here in dc but this thursday in los angeles, the first dog cafe in the nation will open its doors and the goal of this particular stop, for a coffee and a cuddle, is to show off dogs who might go overlook the crowded shelters. and customers who want to take a dog home will face close scrutiny. >> they feel like it is a bit of a lengthy process, maybe, and maybe it is a bit of a lengthy process as well and make sure each dog goes to their perfect forever home. >> and coffee grounds are required to be separate
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dogs and once customers buy the drinks they can be going to a meet and greet for the four- legged regulars and maybe find somebody to take home. from doggy dentists to catching criminals. the stories that people are talking about today. nikki burdine has more in "what's trendings." >> if you had one job, and you heard that saying, the perfect example of that, in a massive walmart sale. some university of maryland t- shirts are being sold at walmart. they say terps across the front. and the only problem, the state represented on the shirt is not maryland. it is massachusetts. and the company says it is removing the shirts from the stores and working with the retailer to figure out how it happened. going to the dentist can be rough. especially for kids. but in illinois, they found a way to put their patients at ease. a dog, this is jo jo, and a therapy dog, and she comes in once a month, to sit with patients during checkups and long procedures. >> a group of kids on an easter egg hunt in britain found much more than just chocolate and candgs
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a giant human arrow. now let me explain. british police were searching for several thieves by helicopter. when they spotted a group of children on the ground. and these kids formed an arrow with their bodies, to point police in the right direction. and it worked. police caught up with those suspects. and an abandoned bear cub was rescued in the mountains in poland. the 2-month-old bear was close to death and exhausted and cold. and foresters found the animal and immediately took him to the vet. the bear cub is already doing better. although it is not yet clear if the cub will be able to live on her own or not in the wild, she is well on her way it a full recovery. that's what is trepiddi this tuesday, i'm nikki burdine -- trending this tuesday, i'm nikki burdine, now back to you. >> for these trending stories and more, head to our wusa 9 mobile app. all right, we are complaining about cold, but at least we are not dealing with april snow. parts of michigan, shoveling up to a foot of snow. and while snow in april is not unheard of, this much snow could be one for the record
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it was enough to close some schools for the day. and that is saying a lot. >> it is nuts. last weekĂșn, it is 68 degrees. and this week, it is 30-some degrees and snowing and knee- deep in snow. >> that's weird. >> we agree. little league practice was supposed to begin this week but with the ball fields covered in snow, that will have to be postponed for at least a few days. we didn't have that much snow, but it is still a shock to see little flakes flying through the air. we did see some of that. >> we had flurries down through delmarva, they had a good coating on some of the elevated surfaces and on grassy surfaces. and even for areas on the 81 corridor. we saw some tweets from winchester that had some coatings and dustings. >> yes. >> and now what you want to see it, is not really april, this is not unusual. but it is uncomfortable, i would say. and we are gearing up for baseball season. home opener. on thursday. and big time. we are looking at the forecast. and things
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wise. but temperature-wise, we will get to the numbers in just a moment. and okay, 40 degrees out there, right now. so we are doing well. improving the temperatures. the sun is out. it is a beautiful-looking day. it is a great day. if it was early march. but it is spring. it is april. and we want our 60-degree temperatures. even 70s wouldn't be too bad. but winds are still pretty gusty. so that feels like 30 degrees. so if you are headed out, especially within the next few hours, you do need the heavier coat. this evening, the winds will subside. but i will tell you what, we will show you the numbers in a moment. the temperatures right now, 37 for gaithersburg. and 37 for frederick. and it is cold out there. and now you factor in the wind. the winds are not letting up just yet. they will later on tonight. and it feels in the 20s, for a lot of the areas, leesburg at 20 degrees. and 29 for manassas and we said, hey, just for the 30s today. and we will be in the 30s this afternoon. with the feels like temperatures. so it is calm winds. and clear skies, and very dry air. and tomorrow mng
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will dip down below freezing for a lot of areas, into the 20s, so it might not feel as brutal tomorrow morning, because we will not have that wind blowing around. hour, however, it is a few degrees colder for some spots. we are gearing up for sunshine tomorrow. tomorrow looks pretty great. temperatures in the upper 50s. which is below average. but compared to the 40s today, and what is to come over the weekend, tomorrow is the day to be outside and enjoy maybe lunch outside. and we will head to the upper 50s on wednesday. and high pressure will be here. so it will be very sunny. still breezy tomorrow. winds out of the south. and we do have some clouds working their way in for wednesday evening. all right, now the timing of the rain showers have changed. on thursday, this is good news, for the home opener, and still looking at mainly, probably a delay though. however, 6:00 in the morning, the main chance of rain, is going to come on through for the first half of the day. this is 10:00 in the morning. and good line of showers, and down pours, even a rumble of thunder and this is the main event. this gets out of here, before the game, but behind it, here
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4:05. a few last lingering showers. these will be a lot lighter. that's the good news. the bulk of the rain arrives earlier on. so maybe a quick delay, we can get things going. the only down side about this, is that if the rain comes earlier, which is set to, as of now, it is going to get colder, faster. so the game might be delayed and it is sure going to be colder. so if you are headed to the nats home opener, you want to bring the rain gear, and some extra larous and probably the gloves. because temperatures will take a dive once again friday and into the weekend. so much so that on friday, we will be talking about passing flurries once again. and that trend is going to stick around for saturday, too. and this weekend, it looks pretty cold. not exactly april temperatures. and it is a typical april forecast. with the numbers going up and down, up and down. today, 49 degrees. tomorrow, 59. and tomorrow looks pretty great. it will be a little breezy but that's about it. clouds increase late in the day. rain and showers, are going to keep fine-tuning that forecast for yo
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and the main chance for rain does look to be in the morning hours, early afternoon, with some lingering showers, for game time. and 55 for friday. and 46 for saturday. and that's when we could see a couple of snow showers coming on through. hey, monday looks good. 65. look, the wolf was huffing and puffing. like you do sometimes, grandpa? well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard
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emily's list praises matthews as pro-choice and the post says on gun control, clean energy, education and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model, to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.
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tonight on wusa 9 news at 5:00, donald trump's controversial plan to force mexico to pay for a wall along the border. more push-back against the gun designed to look like a smartphone. and more on the young man from prince george's county who hit the game-winning shot in last night's ncaa championship. >> i can't believe that. >> that
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on me... my ex-husband's intentions were to murder me. glenn: i made sure yvette's abuser went away for good, and put in place tougher sentences, because domestic violence can never be tolerated. yvette: mr. ivey showed compassion. i felt like i could trust him. narrator: glenn ivey. as state's attorney, a proven leader. in congress, he'll combat domestic violence, and protect president obama's legacy. glenn: i'm glenn ivey and i approve this message, because i'm on your side.
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>> nikki: victor. oh, victor. you're all right. you're all right. you're in the hospital. somebody attacked you in your cell last night. but now you're safe, thank god. >> victor: how -- >> nikki: do-don't try to talk. >> victor: how did i get here? >> nikki: a guard found you unconscious. somebody had stabbed you. so, they called an ambulance. you are so lucky to believe, victor. the doctor said that if the blade had stuck just a few inches closer to your heart... >> victor: please get... >> nikki: what? what do you need? victor, whatever you need, we will get it. what do you -- what do you want? >> victor: i want you to get out

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