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interesting. republicans target it for a late campaign push. the last year they won it in 1988. trump is convinced the time will be different in part because of the intensity of his support here. >> hillary clinton and donald trump are each targeting the keystone state in the election's final days. the state has 20 electoral votes. hillary clinton said donald trump's temperment disqualified him. >> he has being mean to people. >> trump used the fbi's investigation into the e-mails against her hoping to turn off uncommitted voters there. >> how can hillary manage this country when she can't even manage her e-mails. >> to win in pennsylvania trump needs to turn his big crowds like this one into big vote margin outside the city. >> i don't think she's going to win pennsylvania. >> among the thousands we found many voters not from the
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>> why did you drive up from georgia for this? >> i saw trump was coming here for an event. i didn't want to miss out. >> karen lives in montgomery county. >> this is my second trump rally and i think the momentum is huge. >> at this late stage both campaigning turn their focus to turn out. >> donald trump wants to turn out what he has been calling his silent majority. hillary clinton needs to turn out her base, african-americans. >> president obama fired up supporters in north carolina where polls show clinton with a narrow lead. just make sure that everybody you know is going out to vote. >> reporter: the public polls actually show clinton with a little bit larger of a lead in pennsylvania than she has in north carolina. her task here might be harder because there's no early votes in pennsylvania. everybody votes on election day. so she has to take that lead and hold it for four more days.
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pennsylvania, wusa 9. >> thank you. we will talk again on off script coming up at 7:00. mike huckabee is trending today for a less than glowing endorsement of donald trump. huckabee tweeted that trump may be a car wreck but at least his car is pointed in the right direction. hillary is a drunk driver going the wrong way on the freeway. huckabee's daughter is a senior aid in trump's campaign. the gold star father who was criticized by donald trump after speaking against him at the democratic conio virginia today. keizer kahn made five stops from arlington to leesburg with lou ann bennett who is challenging barbara comstock in the 10th district. he spoke to veterans in sterling and was greeted like a rock star at friday mosque. he told the faithful that muslims request
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i'm going to vote deft initely. >> how much after -- how much of a difference do you think that muslims will make? >> they will make the real difference. their commitment to their faith and their community is absolutely so differential and it will make a very positive difference towards hillary clinton. >> what would your son say about you? >> so proud. he will be stand standing right behind us and supporting us through this. thank you. >> his son, united states arm captain kahn back in 2004. they live in charlottesville, virginia. less than a hour to go and ere -- early voting ends in dc at 7:00. the wait times stretched over an hour at the nine early voting centers across the city. for those locations and voter guides to all the races in dc, maryland and virginia download our free wusa
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assessing the credibility of a election eve terror threat. virginia is one of the states. >> new york and texas are the other two and authorities are on alert. eliana diaz is live at a polling station in arlington. >> reporter: a lot of people said that taxes in a row take -- that they are taking stop them from getting involved in the election process. >> it's terrifying and disturbing. >> disturbing is how many voters describe the most recent threat by al-qaeda. it puts virginia, new york and texas on the map as possible targets. with no specific targets provided some say there's a lack of seriousness. >> done take it -- i don't take it seriously and it won't stop
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voter intimidation. terrorists are not going to run my life at all. >> with so many voters out turning in their ballots other security concerns leading ing up to the election are worse case scenarios like polling places being seen as targets or lone wolf type attacks by extremists. >> it's disappointing but not surprising considering all the other things that have happened in this election. >> the bottom line, these americans say voting is their right and no threat will stop them. >> not in virginia. we put that stuff a make people come out faster, earlier and stronger. >> reporter: now, fbi officials tell us that they're working with both federal and local law enforcement officers to work together and make sure that they are prepared for any of those possible threats. reporting live, wusa 9. >> thank you. officials said it's not un
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leading up to holidays or elections. an administrator at the university of virginia won her deformation against rolling stone magazine. a jury found rolling magazine acted with mall las in an article that she was sympathetic. they found in evidence that a rape took place and rolling stone retracted that story. she had been seeking guilty on all counts. another big story in the so-called bridge gate trial. a jury has convicted two former aids to governor chris christie of fraud and conspiracy. they said the scheme to cause a massive traffic jam on the george washington bridge was a pay back against the democratic mayor of fort lee who refused to endorse
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sentencing is set for february. >> i'm innocent of these charges and i am very, very looking forward to this appeal. >> the first step in the process and this is not over. >> after today's verdicts governor chris christie issued a statement denying any role in the traffic nightmare. another case of violent road rage near the beltway. we told you about the first first case last night virginia. this time it was in married -- in mierld maryland in prince george's county. they said a man sped up and slowed down and pulled out a gun. the victim said the man fired one shot. police later found a bullet did strike her car. no one was hurt. state police are talking to the woman.
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judge hears jerry sandusky's appeal on sexual abuse. >> a man convicted of killing a woman and holding her captive is now a suspected murderer. >> 83 year fellowed. -- 83 yesterday. we have to put that out of you are minds. temperatures -- put that out of our minds. 66 downtown, 64 in gaithersburg, 65 for what high tomorrow in hagerstown. we will come back and talk about how long we can go without any showers although we could use a
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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police say they found a body buried on a south carolina property where a woman was found chained inside a large storage container and there's fears there may be more bodies. 45-year-old todd colep is being held without bond. a 30-year-old said he told her captive for at least 2 months and she witnessed him a judge set bond at $10 million for the man accused in the deadly shooting of two iowa police officers. 46-year-old scott michael greene was in court for this morning's bond hearing. investigators say greene shot the officers as they sat in their cars a few miles apart early wednesday. police arrested him after he was released from the hospital yesterday. if convicted greene faces an automatic life sentence without parole. a man who claims to be the
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jerry sandusky in a penn state shower 15 years old testified at sandusky's appeal hearing today. he's expected to tell the court the ex-football coach never molested him. it will be the first time the man has testified in the case. sandusky was convicted 5 years ago on charges of sexually abusing 10 boys, 8 of them did testify. a judge in nashville sentenced a former vanderbilt football football players to 17 years in prison dorm room. bran -- the judge said that brandon vaneder berg encouraged him to rape the girls while he took videos and sent them to friends. one another teammate has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. two others still face trial. coming up next, parents desperate circumstances would determine to -- desperate search to find their 5-month-old baby a new liver.
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over. with reporter andrea mccarren's help he's about to meet his father for the very first time. the emotional father and son reunion only on wusa t tonight. man: hey baby, how are you?
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i believe america is already great. we must give every child a great education, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. by working together, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united,
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one critically premie is being treated for an infection from the prince george's hospital center and it's likely two others have died since january because of a contamination. that's according to hospital officials. the hospital evacuated the nicu this week for the second time since august due to the presence of the bacteria. a common but potentially lethal bacteria. let there b safety of our patients is our number one priority. >> the bacteria returned despite a previous closure and a thorough cleaning of the hospital's water system. experts today admitted they are mistified and called this the cdc to investigate. at just 5 months old a prince george's county baby has
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>> his parents need your help to save his life. blake's story and more on how you can help. >> blake. >> since the first day of blake thomas's life the odds have been stacked against him. he was born at 23 weeks with a 20% chance of survival. >> he had a lot of complications. it was the lungs, his kidneys, brain bleeds. >> it was just hard just to go see him every day. i mean, he was probably about the size of my h beating the odds is something he was born to do. >> it resolved on its own. >> two peeks before he was set to -- two weeks before he was set to go home more bad news for the parents. >> it's just one bad thing after another. it felt like what next. >> blake has an extremely rare form of liver cancer. his only chance for survival is a new
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liver. >> potential donors have fallen through. >> he is going through chemo now but they're running out of time. >> if we don't have one by wednesday he won't tolerate chemo anymore. >> his parents are asking anyone with blood tape a or o to get tested. >> please do so a he's been through a lot. >> so have they. >> we haven't given up on him. he has not given up on himself, why would we? >> it's a good thing too because the world needs more of that smile. the world needs more of blake thomas. >> he's my hero. >> in clinton, wusa 9. >> and if you would like to get tested the best thing to do is to e-mail blake's parents. we put that information about a go fund me page and other
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hospital bills on our wusa 9 app. new developments in that deadly crash between a school bus and a transit bus in baltimore. records show back in 2014 school bus driver glen chapel crashed his car in ellicott city after suffering a medical emergency behind the wheel. his wife told investigators that he took medication to prevent seizures. the ntsb said it found no mechanical problems on either bus that might have led both of the drivers died along with four people on the transit bus. the school bus had no passengers. the man accused of intense intentionally leave -- intentionally leaving his toddler in a hot suv where he died where not testify on he own behalf. justin harris said he understands that he has the right to defend himself. the defense rested their case shortly after that. harris is charged with leaving his son in
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june of 2014. the defense said it was an accident. the national zoo's baby orangutan is starting to make new friends. on facebook today the zoo posted the adorable new photo of red, the 8-week-old. he's been clinging to his mom's side but recently made some of the great ape house neighbors. the zoo reports that the mom held him close and the meet and greet well. a couple of thins. -- things. the weather pattern next week will be so great. >> we will be so awesome because we have that extra hour of sleep that we will be well. >> a 49-hour weekend. on monday the winter out look and topper shock. >> should we be afraid? >> not greatly afraid. we will talk about when the first snow
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weather this weekend. already 61 by 1:00 p.m. on sunday gorgeous and 68. 68 on monday, just beautiful. we will keep it going. monday the upper 60s, 70 on election day. mid 60s on wednesday. back to the upper 60s on thursday and 62 on friday. right now we do not have a the local high school football story vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan.
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said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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"i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation d reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett
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as we head towards conference championships in high school football we stop a moment to recognize a player who received a big honor and will get to live out a dream. diane roberts has the story on game on verity. >> ? ? >> ? ? [ music ] ? ? >> they nathan proctor has power and speed. it's no wonder that dozens of colleges have their eye on the 6 foot 2 inch, 170 pounder. his hard work and discipline on and off the field have paid paid off. he was named to the under armour team of the week. >> i feel like it's paid off.
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>> all those people about whom he cares so deeply were there as he received his all american jersey. >> let's put our hands together. >> the accomplishment is all the more notable when you realize his grades could have kept him from all of this. as a freshman nathan was a d student. >> did you ever think you would see the day when he would be a 3.5 student? >> honestly no but i'm happy. i'm so excited about this . >> you should finish thi as a freshman year he had a 1.6. a lot of growth from then until now. >> excellence in the classroom is drilled into their players from their football coach to their academic coach. >> i'm so proud to watch him out there. he's mature and professional young man on stage. >> i want to thank the sunts and faculty. >> you have to do good in class first to be great if football
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>> good grades gets you into change and that gets you a degree and a good college. >> he's only one of the three chosen for the 90 man roster from the dmv. he will play if -- in florida. >> all american. >> we don't leigh anybody -- leave anybody behind. >> sometimes you need somebody to believe in you and give you a push. what did it say? pressure builds diamonds. there's a diamond right there. how will you follow that 1234 -- follow that? >> with a beautiful forecast. gorgeous. for election day , 70 with sunshine. >> no excuses.
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: the final weekend. the final push. >> this is one of those make-or-break moments for the united states. it is in your hands. >> you have to get out and vote on november 8. >> don't boo. vote! >> pelley: a news on the front lines of the battle against isis. >> everybody okay? >> pelley: the harvard men's soccer team is shut down for making sexual comments about the women's team. and steve hartman-- the election turns brother against brother. >> you have a governor of north


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