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>> says good buy to the paris climate deal. >> we are getting out, but we will start to negotiate and we will see if we can make a deal that is fair and if we can, that's great. if we can't, that's fine. >> reporter: negotiating that better deal could be tough for trump, because the paris climate agreement wasn't a negotiation. it was about world leaders stepping forward and saying here is what we are able to do as individual nations for climate change. each country set its own benchmarks and president obama signed on unilaterally. president trump wants a better deal. he is in the driver's seat, because there is no negotiating to be done. united states can do on its own the emissions and poorer countries to meet their goals. it doe
that doesn't meet benchmarks. they say it was a job killer and put too much of a burden on the u.s. aconmy. president obama made a statement, "i'm confident our states, cities, and business sz will step up and do even more to lead the way." s wasn't the only one upset. >> hundreds of people gathered to evening to let president trump know how they feel about his decision to withdraw the u.s. from the paris climate agreement. >> mr. president, are you series? climate change is a threat to our country. >> we will not stand for this. we will not stand for this. >> reporter: the president's announcement dit surprise many here, after all it was one of miz campaign promises. now that the u.s. has taken steps to withdraw, this crowd
>> what is your biggest fear. >> it's bad for workers, human health and bad for the economy. >> we are calling for the president to resist more than ever. >> he is failing a generation of people, just because he is not going to be around for the consequences. >> reporter: bob iker has resigned due to his decision. >> eiger said it was a matter of principal. >> this decision affects everyone. >> whatever happens, these protesters have no plans to go silent. >> this is not over yet. >> reporter: encouraging the crowds to vote in the midterm election. john henry, wusa 9. >> one final note, getting out of the agreement isn't quick or easy. the language says we have to stay in until 2020, that's the day after the
talking a lot more about this in the months to come. >> folks in southwest dc woke up to seeing these, flyers that look like they are from custom toms. many lookeded a them and took -- looked at them and took action. >> this woman was trying to rip down the flyers, but they are glued on. >> i work for the government, and this is not something the government would do. >> reporter: whether it's posters targeting n documented men and women or the surprising number of nooses put on display across our area, it feels reich the tide of racism is growing again. but outside the pollute seem of african culture, black, white, gay, straight, men and women,
of the nation's history. >> i am so moved that you are all here. as you know, we are a family and it's so wonderful to us to see everybody come together at a time of pain, a time that reminds us that tr smithsonian is at its best when we confront the issues that divide us. >> other smithsonian museums, founder of the african american history and culture, one day after a noose was found at a kkk exhibit there. >> we are going to spread the word we are not going to stand down. we are not going to stand for this kind of activity. >> as a proud gay american, i want to say that all of us would not be here without the struggle that our african american brothers and sisters went through. they opened the door for sifl liberties for everyone. this is an assault not just
the african american community, it's on everyone. >> they are treating it as a hate crime. >> do you remember that killing that might be racially motivated that killed the lieutenant. well, students aren't waiting to ofindut if it is a hate crime, they are making demands now. >> reporter: with the door open to discussion, quickly turned to administrators, two were at this campus town hall. the latest meet egg after richard collins iii was killed. >> alexis is about to be a senior here, she says there has been a rash of racism with no response. in april a noose was found at a frat house. >> it's definitely a cultural issue. >> reporter: students are still upset with university president wallace lowe, his hate action plan came out five days after collins's
>> dr. joanne baumann was. she is is chancellor of academic affairs. >> there is no one in administration that can fix these problems that cut across our entire society. we are all part of the solution. >> reporter: ronald zig letter runs the ler run s wants a new code of conduct. students would be forced to sign it, vowing not to harm another student. >> only time will tell with administration and what we have been dealing with. >> in college park, wusa 9. >> now, if you have something to add to this ongoing conversation about race, we are listening, drop your thoughts on our facebook page. i know we had some technical problems with stephanie. we will have the full
online. two places where bryan is not spending. he is due back in court tomorrow on gun charges for showing up at the hotel with an assault style rifle, a handgun and tons of ammo. justin timberlake, chilling in woodbridge, what what? have a look at this facebook post, what he said about virginia residents. it links to this article from kcs news. she wasn't sure if it was legit. >> i saw something on facebook today about justin timberlake in woodbridge. i want you to verify if this is a true story or fake news. >> the article is pretty good. goes on
had a rental car that broke down and a bunch of people stopped to help him out, not knowing who he was. good news; right? wrong. oh, fake news and it's getting shared all over facebook like chickenpox in summer camp. take a look at these other fake news, what justin timberlake said about elkhart residents. justin timberlake had to say about this and blake shelton with shouts out to culpeper. all fake. first of all kcst doesn't exist. there is one, but it is a news station on the oregon coast. you can click on the disclaimer tab and it totally says it is a satirical and fantasy website. look, you read a story that sounds legit, you share it. you don'tav
comedian calls joe pesche research, if there is a whole lot of click stories, if it smells like a duck and gabbing s quacks like a duck, probably fake. >> send me a screen shot and i will verify it for you. adam longo. >> like chickenpox in a summer camp. all right. you may have seen the end of amazing race. there is a local there, tara car. she works as a u.s. army officer. she was on tv and the mother of four dreamed of going on a show since college. >> i can say it was
harder than expected. there were days we ran 14, 15 mile days just on foot. >> actually running? >> yes, sir. >> the show finished last summer, so guess what she did between now and then. she went to afghanistan and sefbing the country -- serving the country ever since and returned a few days ago. inside the mind of a thief , how did he do it and how can you protect yourself. well, a start to a great finish of the week. cool start on friday, 62 downtown. 6:30 in the morning. when we come back, we will see if humidity stays and which days are best for your plans. ed. get a jump start on your weekend, map out some traffic troubles you might hit before you hit the beach. and talk a
opt hill. you are -- on tom went to washington to take on the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks - that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone.
me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam,aught and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia.
have you ever had your credit card information stolen? it's happened to a lot of people. security experts say one in three americans had their credit data stolen. how are criminals getting away with it? kyle talks with a credit card thief who is telling all. >> you can make thousandnds a thousands of dollars in one day just by going into one or two stores and swiping a couple credit cards. >> he was a thief that worked in the shadow. wide withly stealing your credit card information. you didn't know his name and never saw his face, until now. >> my name is kevin and i am an identity thief. . >> reporter: for the first time
to help you avoid becoming a victim of credit card fraud. >> they would get it and i didn't apply for this, but by that time we have already drained the account. if we get somebody's personal information, we call that a profile. that's their name, address, social security number, entire list of names and addresses, corrupt county workers. corrupt dmv employees, people we have paid off. people with a lot of access to information are corruptible and you can pay them for that information. what we did was go into high end department stores and apply for instore credit, where you can spend the entire amount in one day. so we would do that, drain the entire account in one
sell everything for cash. if i had a bartender or a waitress or waiter on my payroll, somebody i can pay a couple hundred dollars to every week, if they have what we call a big fish, somebody comes in with fancy clothes and cars, looks like they have money. when they pay their tab, the cashier will take a picture of the front and back of their credit card. need to protect your plastic because you don't know what that person is doing with your card when they go to swipe it. you need to watch what they are doing. i mean, if it was me, i would be checking my statement almost every day to make sure there are no fraudulent charges. you know, we just keep spending, keep spending and they don't
to bounce or until they go online and check their statement and like "whoa, there is 37 charges for $80,000 i didn't make." you know, at that point it is too late. >> one thing from kevin, use a shredder. anything with personal information should be shredded because that information can be gold for a thief. >> wusa 9 wants to help veterans with invisible injuries. we are supporting a bill called puppies, it is a pilot program starting next year to provide trained service dogs to veterans with posttraumatic stress. we started with photo journalist and
nigel. >> our first visit is one of the key sponsors of this legislation. >> so hopefully being able to talk with them will give us a good sense of who the players are, how to get this pushed a little bit further, how to make it move a little faster. >> good morning, sir. we are on facebook live. how are you doing today, sir. >> thank you: . >> come on. >> we are trying to effect positive change as quickly as possible for veterans. veterans with invisible injuries. >> this is kind of the early stages and it will be interesting to be a part of it. it's only something we get a glimpse at normally. >> reporter: you will be hearing a lot more about the paws act in the weeks to come, especially how you can help. we have posted the bill and summary on
if you are heading to the maryland shore, it may take longer. all the eastbound highway 90 is closed. along with racetrack road. they are repairing concrete. there is a detour. take you closer, down racetrack road and highway 90 should reopen early tomorrow morning. none of this is affecting traffic heading westbound. all right. first alert forecast >> yeah, talk about june, kind of interesting. we start the month average high 81, pretty much summer, 87 and 70 for the averages. presip 8 inches our highest temp ever recorded 104, our lowest temp 44. facts on the facebook page if you are interested. and in terms of may, wrapped
book up in may, fifth wettest may, 8.4 inches of rain fell. all right. thinks we might have a bulls eye. we went 84, 85, just one off. i'm going to go 85 tomorrow. 85, 86, but we will keep it 84 for friday. dew point still 50, winds have calmed down. humidity only 44%. that's pretty low for this time of night. bust off temps, nice. gorgeous friday, great hair day. staying warm for the weekend. saturday looks great, sunday okay, but we are tracking afternoon and evening thunderstorms. hopefully hold off the first half of sunday. mid-80s on sunday and monday and back to the low 80s on tuesday and it does appear we are looking for a
the workweek. meantime 6:00 tomorrow morning clear as a bell. 54 in frederick, probably 53 up in damascus and by 9:00 still in the upper 60s, full sun, by lunchtime closer to 80. these numbers are a little bit low. by 6:00 heading home, perfect, 78 leesburg, northwest wind, if you are out, temperatures in the 60s already. comfortably cool by 10:00, but not cold enough to need a sweater or anything like that. overnight, clear and cool, low temperatures 54, 64 and winds diminished and gone light. in the day planner, low 60s downtown, up to 71 by 9:00, i think we will be 80, 81 by 1:00. saturday great day, 81,
are okay. some storms coming in late. could be as early as 3 p.m., worst case scenario, is 7 p.m. here is our sunny monday. showers on wednesday late or cooler now back in the 70s and maybe a shower on thursday, don't plan around those temperatures again in the upper 70s. now three things that happened since you left work. cops in north carolina tracking these evil kanevil want a byes. this is a 72 feet. how do you get revenge on a 7 eleven? a south boston man did just that. he got fed up
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now, wusa 9 game on sports with frank. >> nba finals, game one, golden state in cleveland, third time they go at it and warriors sending out a statement, now pacing the calves, this baby is over. game 2 will be on sunday night. a big night across, sowy takes home the awardor f best woman in lacrosse. and matt takes it for the man, the highest individual award for
and third ncaa regional in winston-salem. maryland take on west virginia in game 1 on friday and hope to use the success of the lacrosse teams as motivation. >> really cool. we basically share a locker room with the men's lacrosse team. it's really cool and they are just stupid good. not even fair to the other teams. but, no, it's a lot of fun. it will be interesting to see what pans out. >> i like that stupid good. and it has been. it's been 10 years since this, one of the great managerial tirades. this is minor league, he goes military crawl star and to top it off the grenade. one of the greatest outbursts ever. that's 10 years ago. i remember it like it was
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