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>> reporter: dr. brian williams was working at this kensington medical office, when a female patient came to see him for lower back pain. here and at this largo office, on two other visits, the doctor allegedly touched her genitals, without explanation. according to the medical board, the patient asked the doctor, with alarm, what he was doing. dr. williams replied, not to worry, it will be all right. on another visit, the doctor allegedly reached beneath her surgical gown and repeatedly touched her genitals. and according to the documents, looked up at the patient, while he was doing so. when she demanded to know what he was doing, she noticed the doctor was sexually aroused. that alleged victim reported dr. williams to her primary care doctor, who reported him to kaiser, the medical care provider. she told us the experience traumatized her. i was nervous. i was jumpy. i couldn't sleep.
to ease her anxiety. two other female patients reported similar experiences. the documents indicate when patient street told the doctor, she did not like where he was at. he said nothing. but instead, continued touching her inappropriately. >> reporter: we found dr. williams at his current job in the oxon hill office of metro spine pain centers. he told us by phone that the allegations are completely false. it's hurtful, he said. asked why three women would independently accuse him of similar misconduct, he suggested, maybe a lack of understanding of the exam process. >> reporter: and this afternoon, we told one of his alleged victims about the doctor's denials. she said, quote. he's lying. the state medical board will determine dr. william's fate, on may 25th. reporting live from kensington, andrea mcen
>> and within the past hour, kaiser did release a statement, saying the safety of patients is kaiser's highest priority. and has no tolerance for behavior that puts kaiser's patience at risk. a maryland sheriff, accused of domestic violence, said he did not assault his wife. anne arundel county sheriff, told reporters that his wife elsie plans to recant her story. >> i never, ever assaulted him. things were said that were just blown out of proportion. and not true. and soon you will see where she has recanted everything. >> reporter: so far, elsie bateman has not confirmed her husband's claims that she is taking back her statement. they called police after she said she was thrown into the wall and struck in the face during an argument over money. the sheriff has placed hi
the case moves toward -- forward. turning to politics. while candidates stump for votes, there's one republican making it quite clear tonight, that he won't enter the race, no matter what. house speaker paul ryan said the eventual nominee should be a candidate who ran in the primaries. >> i think there is a little bit -- >> reporter: hillary clinton joined u.s. women's soccer star to talk about the gender pay gap. >> groceries don't cost us less. rent doesn't cost us less. so where should -- why should we be paid less? >> reporter: polls show clinton with a double-digit lead. but polls say bernie sanders can still win if he gets a large turnout. >> please, do everything you can. get out and vote. bring your friends, your neighbors. >> reporter: on the republican side, polls show donald trump with a big lead in his home state. >> we're going to turn our country around, take our
york win next week, experts say it's unlikely for trump to get enough delegates to clinch the republican nomination. >> that could lead to a contested race. >> anybody that chooses chooses to drive america on the dark side is not doing a favor to the american people. >> reporter: one person who said he is staying out. race is house speaker paul ryan. >> i do not want, nor will i accept the nomination for our party. >> he says the nominee should be someone who participated in the primary process. >> paul ryan's statement may not end all of the speculation. you may recall, he once denied interest in the house speaker job, when john boehner first announced his resignation. republican presidential candidate, john kasich, will campaign in the state of maryland tomorrow. early voting in
the state's primary is april 26th. and we just learned that former u.s. attorney general eric holder is endorsing former prince george's county, state's attorney, glen ivy for congress. you might recall that ivy worked as a federal prosecutor, under holder. he's running against former maryland lieutenant governor anthony brown for the congressional seat, currently held by donna edwards. today, he announced his support for edwards in her race. for a voters guide or score cards for all the democratic and republican races in maryland, you can download our free wusa 9 app. dozens of protestors were arrested on capitol hill for the second day in a row. they want money removed from politics. police say today's sit-in was held too close to the capitol in an area that restricts demonstrations. 85 protestors were arrested. more than 4500
yesterday. republican senator, charles grassily met today with merrick garland, the judge obama has nominated to the supreme court. the two men a cordial meeting, where grassily slain explained why -- explained why he would not consider the nomination. most republicans say the seat should be filled by the next president. new national monument. they once served as headquarters of the national women's party. equal payday symbolizes how far women must work to earn the same wage. president obama said he is looking forward to the day when girls are, quote, astonished that women made less than men. expanding the equal employment policy. also asking state lawmakers to restore a person's right to bring
backlash, against a controversial bill that the governor signed into law last month. that new law limits protections for lesbians, gays, and transgender people. several groups have canceled concerts and conventions. pope francis is replacing his ambassador to the united states. archbishop carlo vigano arranged the meeting between kim davis and the pontiffs during the visit to deform c. last year. davis is a kentucky clerk, who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. the vatican insists that vigano was not fired, but this is merely a case of a bishop, being required to submit hissed resignation, when -- submitted his resignation. surveillance video appears to show will smith's mercedes bump the hummer. you can see the hummer
over. but the mercedes, drives off. hayes' attorney said that they trailed it. but smith allegedly hit him from behind. a fight began. and that's when allegedly hayes shot and killed smith. a seatled man is -- seattle man. ingrid lion planned to go to a game with john charlton. when her ex-husband arrived to drop off the kids the next morning, she was not home. hours later, and about 10 miles away, line's body was found inside a plastic bag and recycling bin. charlton is now being held on suspicion of murder. coming up, u2 singer bono says providing ruhmannitarian aid -- humanitarian aid. pretty cold tonight. checou
lows. i mean, 42 downtown. that's okay. but you know what? to 32 in gaithersburg. 32 in frederick. there will be frost north and west. we'll come back and talk about how many nights this week, we'll have frost and when. 70s everhas a number.olicy but not every insurance company understands the life behind it. for those who've served and the families that have supported them,
last month's attack in brussels that killed 16 people. three people linked to last year's attacks that killed 130 people. they're also in custody. u2 front man, bono, urging congress to send more money overseas to confront the growing refugee crisis. he said that doing more is in america's national interest. >> if there is one thing i would like you to take away from this testimony. it is that 2016 is national security. >> bono joined a congressional delegation last month. he said the poverty in those camps and others like them, can faulter violent extremism, that threatens europe and the u.s. a dispatcher is now charged with negligent homicide for his part in a deadly, head-on train collision. he said he was playing a game on his cell phone at the time of the february crash.
the nra and its campaign cash are what stands between us and gun reform. "every time i think about those kids... it gets me mad" chris van hollen met with nra lobbyists to craft a loophole that would let the nra skirt a new campaign finance law and block gun control. but democrat donna edwards said "no" to the nra loophole and stood up to the gun lobby. and she would ban assault weapons.
g for us pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. metro has a new safety chief. gm paul wedefeld, announced lavin has been hired as the new safety officer. lavin was second in command of safety. his first day will be monday, may 9th. a teenager charged with the stabbing death of a 15-year-old at the dean wood metro station is being held without bond. >> at superior court, with details on what may have led to the killing. >> reporter: court documents say 15-year-old john john evans. right here, d.c. superior court. when a long-standing dispute apparently escalated. >> they were engaged on a verbal altercation, stemming from social media. they both threatened to harm each other physically.
18-year-old javante halt charged in the murder of 15- year-old john evans, who allegedly threw the first punch. he exited the train, physically upset, according to a woman, clutching his fist. investigators say they were on the same train. both exit around the same time. had some kind of confrontation. then, according to witnesses, paul takes out a knife, exits the handicap access, and waits for evans near the tunstyle. both -- turnstile. >> police say evans returned, churching -- clutching his neck. bleeding was apparent, court documents read. >> we keep losing our black men. like we need them. like they need to stick together. they keep killing each other. that's ridiculous. >> halt is being held without bond until his next court appearance on the 22nd. stephanie ramirez, wusa 9. >> we've also learned hall has four
includes a simple assault on a police officer. d.c. police don't believe the death of a man found in the cno canal is suspicious. we're waiting tonight to hear from the medical examiner, to learn just how he died. workers found his body in a backpack near 31st street in georgetown. just after 7:30 this morning. they called to say, somebody over there on the water. so i said, okay. and we went and we saw it there. >> keeping him up, actually, you know? >> i've been here five years. so first incident like this. >> now, if you were out there, then you know, traffic in parts of georgetown came to a halt this morning, as police had to close down 31st 31st street, as part of their investigation at the height of rush hour. >> reporter: health officials blame a computer glitch for a false alarm. put serl facilities into ck
into lockdown. they sent out a warning of an active shooter. sent to 152va health centers across the country. investigators are trying to figure out what [ cheering and applause ] -- figure out what caused that glitch there. a teenager who used the so- called aflu affluenza defense. will face adult court. he received 10 years probation in juvenile court for a crash back in 2013 that killed four people. he took off, went to mexico with his mom. and returned in january. he's been in custody ever since. after today's hearing, the judge could order more jail time. famed physicist, steven hawking, mark zuckerberg and nasa are teaming with russian billionaire to travel deeper into outer space than ever before. the $100 million plan would create a sm
spacecraft. actually, many spacecrafts that would travel 1,000 times faster than anything we have now. in hopes of reaching the next solar system in about 20 years. spacecrafts would be powered by a giant laser back here on earth. going to take a while before life in northern texas returns to normal. the region was pounded by golf- ball sized hail. fortunately, nobody was hurt. across the line in arkansas, strong winds and trees, crashing into people's homes. schools in both state his to be closed today because of all the damage. >> that was something, right? >> you look at storm reports. really weren't that many tornadoes. mainly hail and straight wind damage. and i mean, like hundred reports of hail. some as big as golf-ball sized hail. >> a little warmer. less wind. it's going to kind of stay brisk for a while. >> bright. >> then over the weekend, temps start to go up a little bit. let's start off with our 3- degree guarantee.
we shall see how we did at 11:00. and you can also download our app and check us out that way. nice and quiet now. no thunderstorms in the forecast. download the app now, so you're ready when they reappear on the seven-day. dew points in the 20s. winds still gusting to 28 miles per hour. but they will subside tonight. with clear skies and calm winds and low humidity. cold night, frost north and west. bus stop temperatures you'll need sunglassesglasses and jacket the rest of the week really. warmer over the weekend. and stays dry. but that said, there are frost advisories. loudoun county, upper montgomery county, north and west. martinsburg, and leesburg. now, of course, you really shouldn't have put anything in the ground yet. because our average last froz frost and freeze is april 23. not until the end of april. in fredericksburg. good rule of thumb. wait until mother's day to plant your annuals in
pots, bring them down tonight. or at least water them down. if your azaleas have budded, you're going to be okay. 50 downtown for your late night walk after dinner. then by morning, we're looking at low 40s across the board. 9:00. maybe 43. in manassas. and 44 in fairfax. and 44 in silver spring. by lunchtime, a jacket, a good idea. only mid-50s by lunchtime. and probably staying south of 60 in the burbs. day planner, 40s to start. 50, pure sun by 11:00. and 58 by 1:00 p.m. next seven days, cool and crisp right on through the week. nats in town thursday. back up to 65 saturday. then low 70s sunday. mid-70s monday. a little cooler. but we can live with upper 60s next tuesday. >> we're confident going against philly, right? >> yeah. going against philly. but it's continuing in the post season. washington capitals, pushing head to the play-offs. hear when -- what
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coming off a torn acl and was looking to compete for a roster spot. washington nationals have been tested early and often this season. all four of their wins have been coming from behind victories. chasing their best start in 15 years. the curly w is back at it, with the braves tonight at nats park. it's that time of year again, where records are erased and anything can happen. it's the nhl play-offs. the washington capitols enter the post season as the best team in the league. but as we all know here, it doesn't help win a stanley cup. capitols are still the odds-on favorite to win the stanley cup. the journey begins thursday against philadelphia. but history of early exits in the play-offs are what everyone is playing about. capitals haven't reached a final since 1998. and the players say they're just trying not to think about it. >> you just take the lessons you've learned. the success you've had. what worked, what hasn
for us. >> bit different group from last year. but in the same sense, we're still building. >> of course, sports teams love slogans. this is what the caps are sporting for the post season. iron maiden-inspired shirts, say, entitled to nothing. you've got the city on the back. it's the number of wins to win a stan le -- stanley cup. so considering their past, and how they have won the best team before. entitled to nothing. i like that. >> yeah, i like that. >> they know that that doesn't mean anything. they have to win in the post season. >> just be ready to slug it out. fight. regardless of the sport. >> that's the news at 6:00. cbs news is next. >> we'll be back at 7:00, with
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>> pelley: after making a vow-- >> i don't want to be speaker. >> pelley: then swearing an oath, paul ryan takes the pledge. >> i do not want, nor will i sem the nomination for our party. >> pelley: also tonight, when hail freezes over. the southern plains, an assault by missiles of ice. how does the most popular vehicle in america do in a crash test? we'll show you. and allegations of rock 'n' roll larceny. "stairway to heaven" takes a step into court. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.