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not just red states and blue states but red neighborhoods and blue neighborhoods. and the neighborhood be donald trump lives is definitely blue. trump told reporters inside the precinct he is convinced he's going to win but his supporters in manhattan are few and far between. we did find some trump supporters among the construction workers who were building a skyscraper next to the school. but even among new york construction workers there were now let's go from here live down to my colleague debra alfarone who is just a few miles from me. >> we're about 20 locks.
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to get this close to becoming president selected this spot for her election night event. now at this hour we do not know how it's going to end. this is how it started. the first woman to get this close to becoming president of the united states voted in chappaqua, new york this morning. hilary fans snapped selfies and crowded around. let's rewind 24 hours. hilary has been relying power to energize a narrow lead. lady gaga and jon bon jovi joined clinton in north carolina. >> i could never have fathomed that i would experience in my lifetime that a woman would become president of the united states. [ cheering ] >> reporter: the latest cbs news analysis shows clinton locking down 214 electoral
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north carolina, florida, nevada, they all matter. vp candidate tim kaine voted early this morning in richmond, virginia and hopped a plane to get to tonight's event in new york city. back to chappaqua we get to hear not only from hillary clinton herself. >> it is the most humbling feeling, dan. i know how much responsibility goes with this and so many people are counting on the outcome of this election. what it means for our country and i'll do the ry if i'm fortunate enough to win today. >> reporter: but her husband, former president bill clinton -- >> i've had 15 years of practice. >> reporter: so we're locked down here at the jacob javits center. there's a party that starts at 6:00 tonight. fun fact, donald trump fought to try and develop this place back in the day, yes, the jacob javits center. he fought to try to get his name on it.
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up being in his book the art of the deal. tonight it is going to be historic. live in new york city, debra alfarone, wusa 9. >> we'll check back with debra and bruce in our 6:00 hour. a nevada judge has denied a trump challenge in nevada. the campaign claimed that clark county commissioners kept early voting polls open beyond closing time last week in order to help democratic candidates. they wanted the early votes from four locations separated. the commissioner said they closed on time but everyone in line was allowed to vote -- [ inaudible ] -- >> one was republican, one was democrat. that's always been -- >> absentee. that is not the correct video. been very, very busy. peggy fox joins us. she has been in and out and all
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peg. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. you know fairfax county voting precincts were very busy this morning. there were long lines. elections officials are not expecting long lines this evening because of new voting equipment. they're expecting things to move along at a fast pace. now over in lauden county they have about 53% of registered voters casting ballots and that county, you know, is in the tenth congressional district. the enti tenth congressional district where republican barbara comestock is being challenged by luann bennett. most were there to cast a ballot in the presidential race. >> there was a constant stream of voters in the fast changing political landscape. >> hilary. >> i voted hilary, yes, i did. >> trump. >> you're going to vote for donned trump. why is that? >> i like him.
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>> hilary -- >> also voting for clinton. >> i've seen many people that struggle and they are good people, they they do great here. >> voting against trump motivated others to be here. >> obviously it's difficult. >> it is. >> why was it so important to make it out here? >> well, choices between hillary clinton and trump. i don't like trump. i prefer clinton. that'sy came out. >> of course hillary. >> many voters are not
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candidate. >> didn't have much of a choice this year. >> if if this is the best america can do to get these two people together to be president of the united states, it's quite a sad story. and we can do better. >> i did speak to one voter who voted for hillary clinton but then for barbara comstock for congress. therbe race is going to affect down ticket races. we're going to keep an eye on it for you. peggy fox, wusa9. >> we'll see you later. fairfax residents are being asked to decide whether to authorize a meals tax. at a max of 4% it would generate an estimated $99
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schools. the other 30% would go toward county services, capital improvements and property tax relief. voting got off to a rough start in bethesda this morning. one of the scanning machines went down. that led to lines of up to an hour long. voters there though taking things in stride. among other races they cast their ballot for the congressional candidat 7:00 in virginia. 8:00 in maryland and in the district. >> you'll find everything you need for election day in one place. download our free app to find your polling place. get breaking news from the campaign trail. get all of today's election results. breaking news in the trial of a man accused of killing his estranged wife. david black has been found guilty of first-degree murder and breaking and entering while
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in 2015 was the culmination of a bitter divorce. david black broke into her arlington home and stabbed her in the heart and the throat while their two children slept nearby. they were found wandering in the neighborhood the next day. election volunteers in prince george's county today came upon a grizzly scene. they say a woman ran out of her home screaming she'd been on fire. neighbors did their best to help this woman who suffered severe burns. >> reporter: this fire has turned into a crime scene. investigators are inside right now taking pictures. you can imagine just how scary it was for volunteers right across the street here. a woman came running out of this home covered in burns screaming he set me on fire. on this historic day polling volunteers say they will never
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screaming near kettering middle school. >> she was like, he burned me. my husband burned me. whoa. >> her horrific experience. she had skin coming off of her chest and face. >> reporter: the fire broke out after a fight between a woman and her partner. >> broke from gray to black. you couldn't even see the house. >> reporter: just across the street volunteers were standing outside when they say severely burned was naked except for a coat. she begged them for help. >> it really left me speechless. i think we were all in shock. that poor woman. >> i don't know where else she would have gone. the doors were locked. there was no one here. i'm just happy we were out here. >> reporter: the volunteers called 911. tonight hoping they did enough. >> it's so terrible.
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in this world. we don't need this. we really don't. >> reporter: at this point no formal charges have been filed against anyone. we are in kettering, maryland. >> horrifying. at last check both people in that home are in critical condition. one firefighter also suffered inhalation burns but we're told he's going to be okay. $3 million. that's the amount a jury has awarded a uvaed administrator who sued rolling stone magazine. that stems from a discredited article about a gang rape. nicole aramo claims she was portrayed as a villain, someone intent of protecting a university instead of a student. she had sued for $7.5 million. we are just getting
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rolling in tonight and -- tracking showers tomorrow. that means a wet commute. we're tracking the coldest air of the season over the weekend. also ahead, a 75-year-old woman killed in prince george's county and tonight police are trying to figure out who did it. we're going to hear from voters who say they were
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only fios can. for the second day in a row a worker has taken a steep fall at a construction site. this happened just before 1:00 this afternoon on 15th street northwest. rescuers with the dc fire department were able to reach that man after he fell 20 feet. he was rushed to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. just yesterday two workers were
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wheaten. roads near 17th and m in northwest dc are back open after a fire this morning. a lot of people reported seeing black smoke rising through the sky. the fire was contained to a mechanical unit that was being demolished. no one was hurt. voter intimidation. or freedom of speech? that's the question that some voters are asking in montgomery county. wusa9's evan koslof with the story. >> this to stand up and to take a stand. >> reporter: meet richard. he's outside the meadow hall elementary holding a sign that warns of fraud and so-called undocumented voters. as he warns of voter fraud by democrats, he's being accused of the same thing. >> he was chanting and he was chanting lock her up, lock her up, lock her up. >> reporter: that's ronald, one of many who raised their concerns with his presence.
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intimidation and reported it to the office of elections. >> family in front of me was a young hispanic family walking in. he asked them if -- said only u.s. citizens beyond this point and asked if they were u.s. citizens. >> after hearing the reports, an attorney did come to the site to evaluate but in the end no action was taken. >> he's just sitting there holding a sign at this point. so there's no basis to ask him to stop doing that or to remove him. >> to say i've been sitting here being disruptive an because this isn't for me. it's for my grand kids. >> he says he got there bright and early when the polls opened this morning. he plans to be there till they close at 8:00. reporting in the newsroom, evan koslof, wusa9. >> despite the voter complaints the office of election says there have been no confirmed cases of voter intimidation in montgomery county. residents in the district
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even if voters give the measure a thumbs up, a congresswoman says don't hold your breath. even with a republican congress dc statehood would be an uphill battle. >> we don't have another state with us. the last state to get in, alaska and hawaii, one was republic, one of democrat. that's always been what it has been. i think we can do it if we do it step by step. if we take things like the statehood vote and as i called for, have a real plan what is our plan for the coming years and at the end of that year what is our plan. >> dc residents will see the proposed state listed as new columbia, even though members of the dc council voted to change the name to be the state of washington, d.c. plenty of things tonight.
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though. >> that's true. what a spectacular election day. >> did you behave yourself today when you went to vote? >> i got to tell you, i was surprised. color in the circles. >> you didn't know that? we've been telling you that. >> paper ballot. you weren't paying attention all this time? >> wasn't the last presidential electronic? >> it was. >> then i took a selfie. >> we noticed. >> and the church lady almost tackled me but i got away. not supposed to do that. okay. what can i degree guarantee. i think we're in pretty good shape. we went for a high of 68. quite a bit above average. your average high is now 61. we are now 78 of the last 84. we'll let you know how we did tonight at 11:00. live look outside. live michael and son weather cam. 62 right now. two points still in the 30s. dry air mass. winds have turned though. now south-southwest at 5. ahead of the cold front there out of the southwest. cold front blasts through tomorrow.
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milder. bus stop temperatures, 46 to 57. could see a couple of showers. right now i don't think there's enough coverage or intensity for a yellow weather alert. i'll reevaluate through the night. windy and cooler. showers ending early in the afternoon. then just cool and dry the rest of the week. still colder on saturday. i did remove the snow flake and the drop on saturday though. okay, 10:00 tonight. in the 50s. so not nearly as cold as 56 downtown. walk after dinner. settle the old stomach. 52 as far north as gaithersburg. 51 in fairfax. by morning, showers fall apart. more impressive out in the mountains. 5:30, 6:00. couple showers are possible. not much in terms of coverage. 49 now in rockville. looking at 51 in fredericksburg. future cast trying to increase the shower in intensity and coverage. once it crosses i-95.
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probably a little better chance of showers. still mild. 56 downtown. 55 as far north as hagerstown. temps now approaching 60. we get to the evening hours, we begin to clear from the north to the south. notice the arrows. winds are now out of the northwest. the cold front is through us and drier air moves back in. by 10:00 on wednesday we're back in the 40s. the burbs, right around 50 downtown. clear. temperature, 46 in manassas. about 47 in bowie. plays out like this. day planner. 50s across the board to start. maybe a shower by 11:59. then we begin to see a little by 1:00. temperatures near 60. a few clouds come in friday. veterans day, all in all a nice morning. nice in the evening for high
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that's a cold day. if you're tailgating, figure on temps in the 40s. gets warm right away. 64 on sunday. 68 on monday. low 60s with sunshine next tuesday. freebies and why there will be a lot more newspapers for sale tomo. rrow i'll tell you about it in tonight's consumer alert. vandalism at the world war
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dakota pillar. >> to know somebody vandalized it, that's just awful. i can't imagine somebody who would do that. >> i was shocked, actually. it's so disrespectful. >> reporter: exactly what the graffiti had to say is up for debate. a north dakota congressman tweeted he believed it was a reference to the north dakota pipeline protest. while the national park service says at this point it's not so sure. either way the tagging hit visitors hard. >> my dad fought in world war ii. he also fought war, so to me this one is special. >> she can't understand why of all places someone would target this national icon. >> leave this for what it's meant to be which is to honor those people who fought for us and gave us our freedom. >> national park service used a light paint stripper to remove most of the graffiti. they'll likely to have apply more in the future to
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the search continues for witnesses. in tonight's election day- themed consumer alert, many employers are giving their workers off so they can vote. general motors, spotify, western union and patagonia. newspapers are planning to print double, even triple the number of hard copies tomorrow. many americans may want to save a hard copy of the front cover regardless of who wins the election. show your i voted sticker to sc get a free donut at krispy kreme or a free cookie at great american cookies. you can get a free pass at gold's gym. 7-eleven is giving out free coffee to anyone who uses its app. we investigate reports of misprinted ballots. voters in five states could decide to make marijuana legal this election day. after the break, a 5:00- year-old woman found dead in her prince george's county
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scott broom is there to catch us up. initially we thought she was just discovered dead. there's something more going on here, scott. >> reporter: that's correct. miss rivers was reported found dead noon on sunday. it took investigators and the medical examiner until today to determine that she was murdered. sources telling me she was strangled to death. >> i'm just shocked. wow. >> she was a nice lady. she didn't low profile. you know. just real nice, quiet lady. >> reporter: residents of gateway gardens in bladensburg stunned. behind this door a quiet 75- year-old woman strangled to death. homicide investigators have padlocked the unit as the attempt to solve the mystery unfolds. neighborsheard nothing and fire miss rivers must have let her attacker in. >> it had to be somebody she knew. it had to be.
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elderly person. what could somebody like that do that would make you go to that extent? >> it's a mystery to me. i've never been in a building with somebody lost their life, you know. just really sad. >> police were called her stay tuned at noon by someone who found rivers in the apartment. neighbors said she lived alone but has an adult son who is a frequent visitor. the finding of homicide was not announced until today. old. so police in prince george's county are putting on a full court press to get to the bottom of this. they have offered a $25,000 reward for information that might lead to a killer. just one measure of how seriously they're taking this investigation. reporting live in bladensburg, scott broom. >> let's hope it helps, scott. our attempts to contact miss rivers' family today were not successful. back now to the election.
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only got one scanner and some people complained of up to an hour long wait because their one scanner was broken. wusa9's stephanie ramirez reporting. >> reporter: i learned it wasn't a broken scanner but actually voters receiving an incorrect page two on the ballot. so when the voters went to put the ballot into the scanner it wasn't accepting them. >> we were concerned about the scanner not working because but because of the board of election being so prompt i don't think we lost any votes. >> the two election judges say they don't get to see the ballots until day of but tell me as soon as they realized the issue they phoned the board of elections which got here with new ballots in about 15 minutes. i'm told none of the voters were turned away and some actually chose to wait. >> tremendously excited to have a chance to finally express my point of view in a constructive
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have. >> very nerve racking. >> reporter: the makeup in prince george's county is predominantly african-american. on top of that, nearly 21% of the people here were born out of this country. i both saw and heard a lot of this reflected today. >> the future is with hillary for the muslim people. >> a little crazy. >> this will be historical. >> it's a sigh of relief to be re >> then there was this guy blasting beyonce music. >> got to make meeker great again. military has to be strong. economy has to be strong. >> i just hope we can knit the country together again. >> a lot of voters are describing more anxiety than they are excitement. at least we're here. in prince george's county,
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because of machine issues. now we want you to continue to tell us of any issues that you are experiencing or have experienced. voters in maryland are selecting a u.s. senator to replace barbara mcculsky. she is retiring. chris van hollen is heavily favored to compete. the endorsement of maryland governor larry hogan. in prince george's county voters are making a decision on the future of the county council. the new proposal calls for establishing an eleventh member council. federal officials are guarding against potential terror threats linked to the presidential election.
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underway at the department of homeland security cyber command center. it operates 24 hours a day seven days a week. any sort of cyber related disturbance is flagged immediately. that includes possible meddling by the russians. the former director of the nsa claims vladimir putin of trying to interfere with the u.s. elections. >> he's definitely trying to affect the american political process. i think he's trying to erode it. i think he's just happy enough to do what i sa messing with our heads. >> operatives are suspected of scanning and probing election- related systems across at least 20 states. in recent weeks russian officials called the accusations nonsense. voter will be deciding whether to legalize marijuana in five states. >> the pot proposal is expected to pass in california but in states like massachusetts, arizona and nevada those polls are much closer. if if all the measures pass
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state where pot is legal. check out this scene at the grave site of susan b. anthony. hundreds of people lined up at this cemetery in rochester, new york. they put their i voted stickers on anthony's tombstone. the cemetery has extended its hours to accommodate all the visitors. this tireless fighter for womens rights never had the opportunity to vote. anthony died in 1906. congress passed the 19th amendment guaranteeing women the right getting to the polls this election day can be especially challenging if you have a disability. >> a devastating car crash changed rick eldridge's life forever. he now relies on a wheelchair for mobility and independence. he's often forced to ride it in the street. we met rick through our no barriers project. with your help our goal is to expose obstacles for people with physical disabilities and try to get them fixed.
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all broken up over there and the sidewalk slopes so much. that'sy take the emergency lane. >> help us break down the barriers for people like rick through our hashtag no barriers project. if you spot an obstacle, e-mail a photo or short video including the location to nobarriers@wusa9.com. a shrinkg hillary clinton's campaign takes the mannequin challenge. one of tv's hottest shows, yeah, it might be getting a spinoff. topper. a little bit cooler tomorrow. a cold front rolls through. high temperature, 61 downtown. even some upper 50s leesburg enhance. only about 56, 57 in
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all right. let's get trending tonight. you know i keep telling you we need to do this mannequin challenge. hillary clinton -- this is -- her campaign has done it. former president was there. jon bon jovi was there.
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>> we promised to share donald trump's mannequin version if that ever happens. we should do it some night. >> we can't just sit here on the news desk like every other joker. we'll -- if you can figure it out -- it's one of the most popular shows on tv that airs on cbs news. >> there are reports that a prequel for the big bang theory is in the works. the sh the quirky genius. i just got an idea. i'll share it with you in the break. a popular candy bar is under fire tonight. listen, if you start getting involved in lesli's chocolate you'll have problems. >> this is not good. you see this chocolate bar here? the tobleron. chocolate lovers in the uk are not getting as much as they
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between the triangles. did you see that? the brits are blaming the shrinking treats on brexit because they blame everything on brexit and the associated economic uncertainty. the company says higher costs for numerous ingredients are to blame so they are inform agreeing they were playing with the sides of the chocolate. >> remember when subway did that? >> didn't work out so well. >> not so much. so prince harry has had enough of the racist and sexist stories ab girlfriend. >> he says the media crossed the line with articles about megan markle. her mother is even having a tough time getting to her front door. harry hopes his statement will encourage the press to knock it off before any real damage is done. >> okay. so our local hockey stars have their own election going tonight. we'll talk about that coming up in sports. are you planning to head to canada if your candidate doesn't win?
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you pack your bags. ?? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's
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that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto? was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto?. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto? with an ace inhibitor or or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto?. dema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. tomorrow, i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift of tomorrow possible. of tomorrow possible. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays. so in the 3.7 seconds it takes gary watson to beat the local sled jump record, fly, gary, fly.
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...while his mom downloads how to set a dislocated shoulder. get 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for this amazing price. cable can't offer speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. a tweet from ann coulter is raising eyebrows.
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least four grandparents born in america were voting trump would win in a 50 state landslide. turns out there wasn't much twitter support for coulter on this one. shoutout to ann coulter for getting in that last minute coded white supremacist rete rick right before the election. wouldn't this not include trump himself since his mother was >> i'm not sure they really would leave the country. this tweet writes everyone is talking about the election and i'm just picturing my new life in canada soon. what should you know about our northern neighbors before trading in your baseball bat for a hockey stick? >> it's the day we've all been waiting for, election day. >> glad for it to be over.
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>> some so scared they'd rather move to canada than to deal with the president they don't believe in. >> that worries me a little. i'll be honest. >> for some americans it's no laughing matter. >> i would never do that. but i've talked to people and they sound serious. >> like this voter. >> i'm dead serious. >> i'll just go out and then come back in and renew my citizenship and then leave again. >> but before you pack your bags you'll need to qualify and it's not so easy. you have to speak english but then you need to have a job, go to school there or have family or friends that will nominate you. and depending where you go your age may be a problem if you're older and if you have bad credit or a serious health issue then forget about it. >> i already moved to canada a few years ago. >> for other reasons but he says the process not easy, even with a canadian wife. >> it's very complicated. >> even with education and healthcare being pretty good there, these americans don't
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>> it's ridiculous. no reason to move to canada. >> no matter how it works out, america's still the best country. >> any decision we make this year is correctable in four years. >> a lot of pros and cons of being in canada. the alcohol content of beer is higher. they got that going for them. >> the thermometer is lower. >> all roads point to that. >> the air is clean. >> air is clean and refreshing. >> it's refreshing. >> but there's no place like america. >> totally. exactly. perfect day for voting, for anything. pretty quiet across the 48 states, really. we'll talk about looking live outside. it's a little cooler. temps have fallen a bit. clouds are here. so not going to fall very far tonight. 62 right now. winds turn south-southwest at 5. ahead of the front, winds will be south-southwest. behind the front we'll notice the northwest winds.
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milder. 46 to 57. i cannot rule out a shower. i'm not motivated here or moved to issue a yellow weather alert. windy and cooler with showers ending in the early afternoon. cool and dry the rest of the week with the coldest air of the season rolling in for saturday. won't be around long though. 10:00 tonight. a little walk after dinner. settle the old stomach. calm down election night. fine. most folks in the 50s. by morning, most of the just dwindle. 49 in gaithersburg. 51 in bwi. 52 in fairfax. that's comfortable really. trying to develop more shower activity east of 95 in the morning for our friends in prince george's county. temps still mid50s. by lunchtime, we're 56 in cumberland. a little bit of sun. most of the showers diminishing. 6:00 we begin to clear out. temperatures in the 50s.
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north-northwest. that will usher in cooler and drier air as we get into thursday and friday. nothing crazy cold. by 10:00, 10:30, some 40s. 48 in fairfax. 48 in fredericksburg. increasing cloudiness. milder. that keeps temps up a little bit. by morning. mostly cloudy, breezy best chance in the morning for showers. then by afternoon becoming partly cloudy, windy and cooler. highs around 60. we have winds northwest, 15 to 25. so day planner goes like this. 50s to start. downtown temps. best chance for showers, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00. 56 at 9:00. 59 at 11:00.
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we'll go 61, 61 and 61. thursday, breezy and cool. no worries. we have the ravens -- thursday night football. perfect. nice on from id. veterans day. 61. a few clouds come in in the afternoon. stays dry. nice in the morning for all the ceremonies, veterans day. nice in the evening and night for high school football. next seven days. just a little chilly. cold for the maryland game. temps more in the 40s. we bounce hosting the vikings. upper 60s monday. low 60s on tuesday. the maryland terrapins face their second straight top ten opponent this saturday. the term try to defend against the ohio state buckeyes. who will start under center? perry hills is still questionable after being
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game. hills reinjured his throwing shoulder, something he had battled all season. the terps could use him this saturday. last season, if you recall, hills had one of the best performances in program history against the then top ranked buckeyes. rushing for a record 170 yards and throwing three touchdowns. coach gave us the latest on hills earlier today. >> i trust perry. he'll tell you how he really feels. we're not going to put harms way. we'll make the best determination based on that. that's a day-ayto-d thing. he's working hard at it. >> and nothing like a fresh new look to get the fans and players pumped up. they unveiled these red ops uniforms they will wear against the buckeyes. we'll see if these can provide a spark. the ohio state buckeyes have their own version last week.
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the capitals will be in a battle of their own. they're playing tonight at the verizon center. coach isn't sure what to expect but hopes that fans that are in attendance will pay somewhat of attention to what's going on on the ice. the team is wrapping up an election of their own. fans have until 9:00 tonight to vote in the next bobble head give away. he's the net minder. it's between him and then you have tom wilson, if you look from cast away. justin williams, all his hair gloriousness. we could have a landslide vote this evening. s. >> i'm kind of burned out with voting. >> he was at the polls all day long. >> we'll see how that all went. >> we'll probably get into hockey voting too. when bruce joins me at
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working to make sure your vote counts and the electoral process is protected. up next, are you feeling nervous about the results of the presidential race? we'll have ways to help you relieve election stress. at 6:30, the presidential race isn't the only close battle. we are tracking the race to
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followers online. political messages online have an impact on voters even more so than message that we are primarily used to before social media use spiked. >> this direct contact and direct contact via social media has a substantive impact in terms of getting out to vote. we're seeing amplified in digital space, more so than the traditional ground game. >> when that direct contact comes from your friends that increases the likely impact by nearly twice as much. experts say that's because people trust their friends more than people working for campaigns. it appears just about everyone is completely stressed out over this presidential election. wusa9's stephanie gailhard shows us how to stay calm. >> reporter: if election day has your stomach in knots there are a couple of things you can
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anxiety level. experts say take a piece of gum, open it it up, pop it in your mouth and your anxiety level will go down right away. >> two hours. >> long lines, short tempers. >> frustrated, angry. >> tired. annoyed. >> on election day, destressing is key. >> good workout and some wine. >> breathe in get your body moving. a ten minute walk works wonders for the mood. >> went to yoga and it was a destressing experience aimed at helping people get through the day. >> watch a viral video. cute puppy and baby videos boost endorphins. pamper yourself.
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massage. >> this area around your eyes you can get rid of a lot of tension up on the temples here. you can actually make yourself feel really nice and relaxed. and then you could always do a nice little mask at home. you can go in your kitchen and grab some honey or oatmeal and put it on for a few minutes. >> listen to soothing music. even a few deep breaths can reduce tension. >> you certainly look relaxed. how >> i feel good. >> another great way to destress. chocolate. experts say only have one piece. i think i'm going to go with the bigger one then. reporting in northwest dc, stephanie gailhard. right now, election night 2016 is finally here and the results are going to be historic no matter who wins the presidential race. >> volunteers span across the dc area and the country to make
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a popular northern virginia entertainment center is putting its own spin on the super bowl of politics. good evening, i'm lesli foster. >> i'm bruce johnson. it's just a matter of hours, the long, contentious presidential campaign will finally come to a close. we should get our first results in about one hour when the polls close in virginia and a handful of other states. the top candidates, donald trump and hillary clinton voted in new york this morning and that's where they'll wa returns tonight. both will be in manhattan just blocks apart. >> we have live coverage tonight. bruce leshan is standing by at trump headquarters. we begin tonight with debra alfarone live with the clinton camp. hey, deb. >> hey there. and bruce, you said that they're both going to be here in new york city. the last time two presidential candidates were here on election night in new york city. both trump and clinton weren't
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at the jacob javits center, we are sandwiched between press. there's so many eyes on this election and all over the world. i want to tell you we're right here on the riser, the only person we're hearing is going to be speaking from that stage is hillary clinton. everyone else, the public, they are all expected to be here outside this place tonight. either way history will be made and it'll be made in new york city tonight. the first female president or thfi outsider never to have held elected office. hillary clinton voted where she lives in chappaqua this morning. snapping selfies and stopping to talk. even though a cbs news analysis says she has a clearer path to the presidency, the former first lady, senator and secretary of state was humbled. >> it is the most humbling feeling, dan, because i know how much responsibility goes with this and so many people

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