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c1 i want it to be done. >> i came and expected a blood bath. >> it's mud slinging back and forth. >> finally we will be done with that. >> the third and final debate books, and it's fitting it may be remembered for an extraordinary moment. for the first time in modern memory, the nominee of a major party said he is not sure if he will accept the results of the election on november 8th. look at this moment, perhaps the single most important moment from the presidential debate. >> do you make the same commitment that you, absolutely, sir, will absolutely accept the results of the election? >> i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything
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what i have seen is so bad. >> are you say you are not prepared to get to that principle? >> i will tell you at the time and keep you in suspense. >> hillary clinton responded calling it horrifying, and the lead of the associated press and major news stories all around the country will start with exactly that moment, for donald trump, it came at back end of what started as a strong debate for him. he was calm, collected, and he discussed policy specifics the moderator, and he even turned questions about his treatment of women back around on clinton by focusing on her e- mails and feeding red meat to his base that wanted to see him attack her on that issue. listen. >> she's lied hundreds of times to the people, to congress, and to the fbi. he's going to probably go to jail. this is a four-star general, and she gets away with it? and she can run for the
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that is really what you should be talking about, not fiction where someone wants fame or where they come out of her crooked campaign. >> but just as in the first two debates, as the night went on, we saw the value of hillary clinton's preparation. she got stronger as the night progressed, particularly talking about foreign policy, and she managed to even turn a question about wikileaks into essentially baiting donald trump for his answer on whether or not he would denounce vladimir putin's involvement in the united states' election, pinning him into this moment, and this could be another big topic of conversation tomorrow. >> for everything i see has no respect for this person. >> well, that's because he would rather have a puppet as a president of the united states. >> no puppet. you're the puppet. >> it's pretty clear you won't admit that the russians have engaged in cyber attacks
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america that you encouragedespionage against our people, you're willing tospout the putin line, sign up for his wish list, rake up nato or whatever he wants to do. >> what started as a debate about policy ended tonight within the last few min the us with donald trump calling hillary clinton a nasty woman, and in another sound bite that got a lot of attention, they left the stage without shaking hands, setting the tone for i think the partisans will largely be unmoved by the debate. people sitting on the fence may be finally pushed one direction or the other. there's not much time left, but for the voting tonight, and we will have this debate to chew on for the next 20 days. garrett haake, wusa 99. >> a lot to chew on. thank you, garrett. for reaction to the debate, we head to the regal cinema. >> they were showing the debate
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candidates, you know, basically saying the same thing in different ways. you have one that says one blatantly like donald trump, and then you have one that does have people who can cover up things for her. >> there's always what if. >> what if hillary wins or trump wins? it's always stressful, and that day of, it's like it's been done, and you know who won, and they will be clear. >> i mean, what's the point of arguing with each other, and we just come up with solutions, and it es ultimately who is republican or who is democrat. >> i think by now a lot of people have formlated the opinions, and i think they are tuning it out because they know what they want or where they stand. there's a level of fatigue where you don't want to hear it anymore. >> the debate has been trending on twitter all night. >> let's listen to what you have to say. space cadet says trump treats hillary like he treats all
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subject, and does what libs do, meaning liberals. >> anthony, here she goes again, bash and trash with no substance. what a weak unit. h.r.c. go home. #debatenight. from monica, oh, donald, you keep digging your holes bigger, and bigger. >> i asked you to send in reaction to your favorite moment of the debate this is one we sending in video reaction of just 15 seconds of head in her hands shaking her head, and a lot of you feel that way tonight. >> and with election day now just 20 days away, everything you need to know to vote is on the wusa 9 app. download it now. don't forget early voting will start in dc saturday and in maryland next thursday. >> we have got some breaking news tonight out of prince george's county. parents charge in the murder of
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>> live to pete montene in riverdale where the baby's body has been buried. pete? >> reporter: big forensic investigation here, and police just said they found the body of the baby in a shallow grave in the woods behind the school here, and the parents, police say led them here, and tonight they are under arrest. >> reporter: prince george's county police just put out this video of antawn petting into jail. police say he punched 3-month- old antawn jr. to death. >> it's horrifying and heart breaking at the same time. janice has been charged an as accomplice. they confessed to covering up the baby's death and led police to a shallow grave behind the school. >> you can't imagine another human being no matter how young having to go through something like this. >> reporter: an alert for the missing baby went out monday. family had not seen the baby
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return. >> please, if you know anything about his son, what happened, where is he, please come forward. >> reporter: i reached out to the family tonight, and police say they do know about these arrests, but they did not want to talk on camera. pete montene, wusa 9. >> that's so awful. so many people were pulling for the baby to be found and found okay. the couple lives and family members say antawn petty has a history of violence and has assaulted women. a lot of tears shed tonight in dc's petworth neighborhood, and dozens of people turned out to remember a high school student who was stabbed to death, and 17-year-old caleb minor. a fight inside of the bus
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stabbed caleb in the chest. friends are organizing a march for peace on saturday. >> we are really hurt, but we are peaceful in trying to move forward and trying to comfort the family and comfort the students. >> today kyla jones was arraigned on charges of second- degree murder. she said she was carrying a kitchen knife because she was thinking file, pedestrians and bicyclists had to get out of harm's way when a driver got off the road and started to drive on a bike trail into a traffic lane, and cyclist trey harris shot the video during yesterday's evening rush hour, and it shows the driver going a fifth of a mile along the 4- mile run park trail in alexandria, blowing past the sign that says motor vehicles
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commonwealth avenue. police say maybe the driver made some sort of honest mistake, but they definitely want to talk to him or her. maybe google maps went awry? 87 today in duel plus. the third record high in a row, but back to real if i. one more high tomorrow, 83. we may see one more record fall at dulles. that m temperatures. temperatures falling throughout the day on friday. 62 on sunday, and 64 on monday, and the coldest air of the season over the weekend, and we need to talk about friday with the diagram and hour-by-hour. 63 on friday, and 58 at 1:00, and mid-50s by 4:00, and we are already in the low 50s by 7:00, and then we have added and kept showers in until 10:00. temperatures upper 40s, and high school football will be a
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winds could gusts to 30 miles an hour. we will come back with the terps and the bison. we know the name of a woman shot and killed this morning in largo. 18-year-old alyssa banks. a man was also shot, and he's expected to recover. this all happened on prince place near swiss gap, about a mile from prince george's community college. banks and the wounded man knew each other, but they are not telling us much else about the relationship. tonight sky 9 over the scene of a fire now under investigation in upper marlboro. it broke out around 6:30 this evening in a mobile home along the 9200 block of dandelion lane. they are trying to pinpoint the cause of the blaze. now to the district and new information in monday's armed
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diner in kinleytown. police arrested 26-year-old willie kionas. it turns out he was on supervised release for a separate case and had a court- ordered ankle bracelet at the time. the tracking bracelet put him there and he was identified from the video. harris made an illegal right turn on red yesterday on wheelie avenue, and an officer tried to pull him over. harris hit the gas, but his car crashed, and then he climbed out and ran. the police dog grabbed him, and harris has been treated and released from the hospital, and he is facing several charges. in montgomery county, investigators are looking into an accident at a home construction site that injured two men, and one suffered life-
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sky 9 over the 6300 block of median lane. a search warrant made public today shows agents are seeking evidence tied to allegations that wells fargo employees opened up accounts without customers' approval to meet sales goals. the ceo of wells fargo resigned over the scandal. the dc li help to identify and find four people tied to a theft and assault in georgetown. this was at a store along wisconsin avenue, and the man is seen grabbing purses and then running away, and one of them punches the woman and knocks her to the ground. the tip that leads to an arrest could be worth $1,000. tonight people who can't walk got a chance to fly. that's an inspiring story you
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that's on the way. >> if you're in the habit of ignoring the pennies, maybe you will pay attention to this. we will tell you how to find a penny worth $1,000 hidden around dc. an update on the overweight dog z25gfz zi0z
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y25ggy yi0y ever have a flying dream? some do, some don't. >> tonight some local people got to fly in real life. actually well are moving on. there's another story we want to bring to you about a minute. >> the firm called ally placed fake pennies in cities across the country including dc. >> if you find one, you can redeem it for $1,000. score, right? >> they are slightly larger with their logo on one side and 100,000 on the other. they said it's designed to
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i was honored to imcommittee the women's leadership foundation lunchon. -- luncheon. 1,000 women and men formed a powerful circle, and we raised nearly $080,000 to lift families out of poverty, and our wusa 9 family including my dear coanchor here came out to support the dear cause, and we are just thrilled to do our part to help in the co there with a powerful message about how to uplift and help young women who need the help. >> congratulations! >> well done! >> close to 900,000, and all those women helped to raise it and men. it wasn't just me. i was happy to be there. how are you doing? >> we are doing okay, and we managed to sneak by the 3- degree, and that's a good thing, and we are looking at maybe one more day in the 08s
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reality will slap us in the face a bit. we went for the high today in my wisdom of 84. we just barely made it. i changed tomorrow, 82 to 83 for the high tomorrow. the live look at the weather cam, it's 72, and tonight, it's going to be like tomorrow night, and we think the midnight temperature on friday will probably be the high on friday as the temperatures take a tumble. here's the cold front producing showers from the midwest through st. louis, and kansas city, done with the showers, and back northwest to little rock it will get close to us to put the brakes on, and we will end up with a good day for it tomorrow, probably a dry commute to work, but not so much coming home or at the high school football by any means, and so, headlines, bus stop temperatures, cannot rule out a couple of showers early in the morning. not a huge deal. don't plan around them. still warm tomorrow.
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west, and then showers and falling temperatures on friday, and that's good enough for yellow weather alerts, and a blustery weekend, probably the coldest so far, and you may think i'm crazy, but i said it earlier, you go west of the divide, and you may see a couple of wet snow flakes, and 6:00 tomorrow morning, no snow flakes here, clouds, a couple of sprinkles, and look at temperatures, 68 downtown, and even 62 in cumberland, and 62 in romney, and it's warm everywhere. notice the clouds will thin out, near 70 with partly sunny skies, and the 1:00 hour, what a great day once again to take lunch outside. we are around 80. the numbers are low. the computers are tweaked down as we get into certain months of the year. it's thinking it can't really be 84 tomorrow, but it can. 87 at dulles. we are still looking at mid- to upper 70s, and all the showers back in the mountains, and so, break it down. 60s to start, and 73 by 11:00,
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partly sunny skies, and yellow's weather alert on friday, showers will be cooler. 69 with the falling temperatures, blustery stray shower on saturday. don't worry about it, but blustery for howard and navy, and the terps' game is in the 40s before the game is over. then into sunday -- man that went away fast. >> where did that go? >> where did matter? >> we all know where to look. >> kristin is here, take it away. >> it's never a dull moment in dc sports. that's for sure. >> or on the set. >> you never know what will happen. >> the burgundy and gold are pumped up to win, to get in a
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woman: barbara comstock is too right-wing. woman: barbara comstock is against marriage equality. man: she even voted to allow federal contractors to discriminate against gay employees. woman: barbara comstock. too right-wing for northern virginia. narrator: women vote!
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woman: barbara comstock is too right-wing to represent me. woman: or me. woman: barbara comstock would overturn roe vs. wade. barbara comstock: i think roe vs. wade should be overturned. woman: barbara comstock. te! is responsible for the content of this ad. it's always so exciting when someone's dreams are within their reach. >> tonight some local people got to fly in real life this is a real dream come true, and it's more amazing when you watch mola lenghi tell their stories. >> reporter: twice robert
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instant. once when an injury left him unable to walk, and then again tonight when he flew. >> for me, being in a chair and stuff like that, i never thought i would be able to do such a thing. >> after my injury, i was thinking i would not be able to keep up with everybody else. >> reporter: the indoor sky diving facility had all abilities night for two dozen people with special needs for the special experience. >> the wind coming through your it just sort of absorbs the feeling, and it's just so special. >> it was very freeing to get out of my chair, and it felt really good on my body. >> reporter: diana shire came to watch. >> i was scared, and i wasn't going to do it. i wanted to watch my boyfriend do it. somehow i ended up in the suit with goggles on, and at that point, i was like i better just do it. >> reporter: what they feared
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made life easier. >> to go indoor sky diving, the next obstacle is what you can overcome. >> reporter: josh bazzle developed a support group for the quadraplegics. they do things like this. >> i have never felt anything like that. >> reporter: it gets them back to living by getting them out of their comfort zone. >> you get used to your daily life, and you don't want to change your routine, new >> reporter: and changes your perspective. >> you're not always looking forward, but looking down and around. >> reporter: not just where you look. it changes how you can see. >> it's a better outlook on things that i can do and what i'm able to do and how i can not be held back. >> awesome! awesome! >> reporter: in ashburn, mol a
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the war of words between redskins' dependencive end baker and the espn may just beginning. they said they rule the afc east, and smith says their actions reflect a loser's mentality, the team boasting despite sitting second in the division, and baker tweeted back saying they deserve more respect than that, and the the critics. they were practically written off after game 2. >> when they don't foe what we have done or what we have been through together or the work they have put in, you don't take too much account into it, and it bothers me because he's calling my guys that. if he wants to call me that, that's fine, but when he talks about the players and the staff and the neowrship, and the
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>> reporter: the city of cleveland is believeland. the cleveland indians are headed to the world series for the first time since 1997 and have done so in dominating fashion, having lost just one way on the way to the american league pennant. game 5 in toronto, indians up in the 3rd, and carlo santana with a little insurance, and
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indulins had -- the indians had the lead, and santana is under the ball, and there is the celebration, and believeland strikes again. the indians are headed to the world series, but get this. since the cleveland browns last won a game, which was last is december, the cavs have won the nba title, and now the indians have played a season, and they are world series bound, so opening day for nba or home opener for the cavaliers, raising the banner, also game one of th woman: barbara comstock is too right-wing will to represent me. woman: or me. woman: barbara comstock would overturn roe vs. wade. barbara comstock: i think roe vs. wade should be overturned. woman: barbara comstock. man: too right-wing for northern virginia. narrator: house majority pac
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on issues that matter to northern virginia, barbara comstock and donald trump have a lot in common. bill o'reilly: overturn roe v. wade; that's a specific thing that you would do? trump: well, overturn or overturn... comstock: i think roe v. wade should be overturned. trump and comstock. trump: i'm totally for defunding. we shouldn't be giving to planned parenthood. while comstock voted five times to defund planned parenthood. northern virginia, we need luann bennett. standing up to trump and comstock. i'm luann bennett
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