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we begin with some heartbreaking news for two families from montgomery county. that's where two teens were found murdered in a parked car along gallery court. they were supposed to graduate today. instead their families are planning their funerals. mikea turner joins us from montgomery county police headquarters with more on where the police
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mikea . >> reporter: montgomery county police this afternoon they are still working more than 12 hours now on this case trying to find some answers and hoping someone will come forward with a tip that may lead to an arrest. that killer still out there on the loose this afternoon. lets talk about these teens whose identities we've learned in the last few hours. we're talking about 17-year-old shadi adi najjar, and 18-year- old artem ziberov. they were both from germantown and they were supposed to graduate at 2:30 today from constitution hall. their seats will be empty. a letter did go out to the families of students at northwest high school in germantown, and those students were described as excellent students who had a positive impact on everyone around them. again, this afternoon police still trying to figure out what would do something like this. now let's take you to the scene. we have some video to show you here. it was a little before 11:00 last night when police rushed to the 8200 block of gallery
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court for the report of gunshots. that's in montgomery village. when police arrived they found both teenagers suffering from gunshot wounds. they were pronounced dead on the scene. now back at police headquarters, again, still so many questions, but police are asking people to come forward with anything that they may know. dial 1866-411-tips and submit that information. a $10,000 reward will go to the person for the tip that leads to that arrest. thank you. and we're also following breaking news from paris where police shot a suspect who attacked an officer with a hammer near interray dam cathedral. no word on the officer's injuries. authorities are working to determine if the attacker was acting alone. london police have now identified all three suspects involved in saturday's deadly terror attack there. earlier this morning a moment of silence was held for the victims killed. and we've learned more than 130 religious lead
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give funeral prayers for the perpetrators of saturday's attack. >> london police say yousef zabba is the third attacker. he was living in london and was not known to british intelligence. questions are emerging about 27- year-old karam boot. the british citizen was known to authorities ask he appeared in a documentary called the jihadis next year. boot's neighbors even called an anti-terror hot line because they thought he was trying to radicalize young people in the neighborhood. >> the prime minister says intelligence services are reviewing what they knew. >> i absolutely recognize people's concerns. we want to stop attacks from taking place. >> london bridge is open again to vehicles and
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there are new security barriers in place to protect pedestrians who walk across. >> do you feel the security barriers will help protect people better? >> i think so. i think people are on the alert. i think individuals are on the alert. >> across britain on tuesday, thousands paused to remember the victims. at the end of london bridge, people stood in the pouring rain near the growing tribute of flowers. meg oliver, cbs news london. >> london police have said all 12 people from the barking neighborhood held since the attack have been freed. several of the victims killed in saturday's attack still have not been identified. since the suicide bombing in manchester and the terror attacks in london we heard this comment a lot. we will not live in fear. usa today spoke with several experts who say it could be part of a new paradigm shift in attitude. where you can find pictures of people enjoying life and others trying to save their own all on one time line. one expert says constant
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can desensitize us over time, lessening our reaction, and others say it's just about fighting back and focusing on what we can control. looking back at the one love benefit concert that ariana grande and other stars put on sunday, we saw resilience there. ariana flew back to the city and 50,000 people turned out for the event. because of that more than $12 million has been raised to help victims' families. a political sociologist at the university of alban says the total number of americans and europeans killed by terrorists remain low on the level of the number killed by lightning. we're going to continue following this story and you can too, by downloading the wusa9 mobile app. newly released video from last week's deadly bog mbinin kabul shows how it all happened. authorities say more than 150 people were killed making it the deadliest single ta
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the 16 years since the u.s. invaded the taliban. no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. more than 300 others were wounded. on this june 6th we stop to remember and honor the sacrifices of the greatest generation with d-day ceremonies at the national world war ii memorial. 73 years ago today 160,000 troops landed on the beaches of normandy in world war ii. more than 9,000 allied soldiers were killed and wounded on june 6th, 1944. mike hydeck served as the emcee for the remembrance ceremony earlier this morning. now wusa9's first alert weather rated d. c.'s most accurate forecast. >> and a much more pleasant tuesday afternoon than what we saw yesterday. we're not tracking much in the way of rain showers, in fact they're dry currently and for the rest of the afternoon temperatures will be warming up through the 70s and some spots
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degree mark. it's a little breezy. we've got northwest winds coming in, busts to about 20 miles an hour. humidity down from where it was yesterday, enjoy it, soak it up. pretty nice out there. we've got temperatures up to 73 in leesburg, still in the 60s in winchester and 75 right now in fredericksburg. we're heading to 79 in fredericksburg this afternoon and some mid-70s up in frederick and gaithersburg as well, but look at today's temperatures, now look at tomorrow's temperatures. we're going to be running about 10 degrees cooler tomorrow from where we are today, and the reason why, that's going to be cloud cover and an east wind that's going to set up. this is futurecast this afternoon showing maybe a stray shower, most of us end up staying dry today, enjoy the evening, good evening to grill out there. look what happens by tomorrow morning. we've got showers around, cloudy skies to start you off. tomorrow's not going to be the prettiest day. if you have been waiting for the warmer temperatures, get ready. i'm tracking a big warmup along with the potential for our first heat wave of the summer on the
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we'll talk about that coming up, and you can always get the seven-day forecast on our wusa9 app. andrea. thank you melissa. a 25-year-old government contractor is facing criminal charges for allegedly giving a top secret report to a news website. her arrest follows the leak of an nsa report suggesting russian intelligence tried to break into u.s. electronic voting systems before the 2016 election. reality winner has confessed to authorities about what she did. >> reality lee winter was arrested saturday in augusta, georgia, and faces charges under the espionage act for leaking classified information. the 25-year-old worked as a federal contractor with thurbus international corporation. the justice department says winter admitted removing a classified intelligence report and retaining and mailing it to a news outlet. just before she was charged the intercepst
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classified documents with the same date suggesting russian intelligence tried to break into u.s. electronic voting systems. president trump has taken to twitter calling for a crackdown on leaks. this is the first time an alleged leaker has been charged. the leaked n is, a, reports says hackers from russian military intelligence stole user credentials from a u.s. election software company in florida. just over a week before the november election used those credentials to accepted fake e- mails laced with malware to 122 local government officials likely involved in the management of voter registration systems. the kremlin is again denying any interference. u.s. officials have said firmly russian meddling did not affect the election's outcome. mola langly. >> winter will have a detention hearing on thursday. bill cosby's lawyers are proving they're quick to go on the attack as his criminal trial for sexual assault moves into day two in
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courtroom. today a judge will decide if the mother of one of his accusers can testify. kelly johnson told jurors monday that she told her mother after cosby abused her in 1996 when she worked for his agent. cosby's lawyers are questioning her credibility. the 79-year-old comedian is charged with assaulting a canadian woman who is also expected to testify. her family told them she was a girl, but officials didn't buy it. now there's a ground swell of support for the little girl who just wanted to play soccer. >> and it's one of the deadliest fires in oakland history, and today the two men who owned
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orks for everyone and dominion energy is helping power the companies that power our economy. the owners of this burning warehouse are under arrest and charged with the deaths of 36 people who were killed inside. a judge could sentence derick almena and max harris to nearly 40
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convicted. the pair owned and managed the building called the ghost ship. investigators say the victims couldn't get out of the burning warehouse during an underground concert in december. officials say the cause of the fire may never be determined because so much evidence was destroyed in the blaze. soccer stars are speaking out after an entire girl's team in nebraska was benched because someone thought one of the players was a boy. 8-year-old millie hernandez and her club team were disqualified from a tournament. reaction from m. >> confused parents gathered for a meeting monday evening trying to figure out how tournament officials allegedly mistook one of their players for a boy. >> my brother he said it's only because of the looks. like when they look at me, they think i'm a boy, but i'm really not. >> 8-year-old millie hernandez and her family say her team was
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tournament after organizers informed their coach she was listed as a boy on the team's roster. >> the president of the tournament said that we made our decision that we wouldn't change it. we had her insurance card and we had a paper from when she was 5 and it said female on both of them. >> a report in the omaha world herald said someone first alerted officials they believed millie was a boy. listing a male player on a girl's roster is a violation of tournament rules. they did this to a little girl her coach said. there's no way to justify the mistake. in a statement, the nebraska state soccer association said while they did not oversee the tournament, we recognize that our core values were simply not present, and we apologize. this needs to be a learning moment for everyone involved. some of soccer's biggest female stars showed support for hernandez including mia hamm and two-time olympic gold medalist abby wambach. >> you can do anything you want to do,
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you want to be, and guess what you can look like whatever you need to look like to do it. >> we reached out to tournament organizers, springfield soccer club, but we have not received a remri. we areply. cbs news new york. billy joel is postponing his concert tonight in new york city because of a viral infection. joel's spokesperson says the doctors are forcing the 68-year- old singer to postpone his concert at madison square garden. that ticketholder will be able to see joel this december. joel the piano man holds a record for the most performances by a single artist at madison square garden. comedian jerry lewis is said to be making progress after doctors at a las vegas hospital treated him for a urinary tract infection. the 91-year-old doctor and humanitarian has been hospitalized since late
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his publicist said lewis is expected to be released shortly, and he's still scheduled to travel to toronto later this week to shoot a movie. right now your child has to be a certain height to ride their favorite roller coaster. soon they may have to be a certain age before buying a smartphone. a small group in colorado is pushing for a statewide vote to ban anyone younger than 13 years old from getting a smartphone. >> most adults really don't have any idea how detrimental the smartphones are to children on all levels, psychologic, social, but also on the physical level, and the havelopmental stages, they're ving a lot of problems. >> he and his supporters are trying to gather the more than 98,000 signatures needed to put it on the ballot. today is national drive-
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industry that looked doomed just a few years ago. did you know that one of the last drive-in theaters in our area is about 90 minutes from d. c. alan ryan took the drive out to i-81 to winchester to catch a drive-in movie in stephen city. >> my family would always take us there as kids. >> owning the family drive-in theater is jim cobb's dream come true. >> planning on keeping it as long as i can. >> but his plans were in jeopardy just a few years ago. >> we did think that the drive- ins would disappear in the digital able. there were no plans to have a digital drive-in. >> it took years to work it out but eventually digital became an option. $100,000 later the family drive- in theater's future looks bright. >> there are a lot of drive-in nationwide that just need somebody to take the initiative to bring them back. >> there are 324 drive-ins in the u.s. 7 of them are in virginia,
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none in d. c. cobb might have cracked the formula to staying in business showing a deep appreciation for his customers. >> people come by and say thank you for doing this. that keeps me going. >> in steven city, ellen bryan wusa9. >> now wusa9's first alert weather rated d. c.'s most accurate forecast. >> all right. not too bad for a drive-in movie. >> no, it'd be great, especially if you had a convertible. >> yeah. as long as the weather cooperates. i've got a funny video to show you at home. this is a storm, this is another country. look at that. what is driving down the road. that is not a car. that's a porta-potty. >> it's a porta john. >> i'm sure some drivers looking by are thinking, oh. >> wow, it's sort of like the
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and land someplace else. >> that's my funny video for the day. >> that is amazing. >> i'm not looking at any weather like that, nothing too crazy outside that will be coming in our direction. it's sunny today. tomorrow is going to be not as beautiful. we're going to be dealing with clouds and some spotty showers. the rest of this afternoon soak it up, enjoy it. yes, it is breezy out there. we've got some wind gusts that will be in the order of 20 to 25 miles an hour, but with that sunshine, temperatures in the 70s, this is really refreshing in comparison to what i'm tracking by the weekend. 5 p.m. temperature running around 77. mostly highs today on either side of 80 degrees. look what happens by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. clouds are building in, some areas of drizzle, very light spotty showers are moving in as well. that is the picture of your wednesday. it's going to be about 10 degrees cooler tomorrow afternoon, and we'll keep the clouds in place. they're not going to be breaking up, and for that reason, sun doesn't really get to the surface and start to heat us up. this is
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tomorrow, 68 in d. c. might need a light jacket tomorrow afternoon. here's the thing. this is only going to last for two days where we're going to see more clouds. it's wednesday, a little bit in the way of thursday. a dip in the jet stream. but i'm tracking a pattern change on the way as we get towards the weekend. we're going to have what's called ridging, which is high pressure, a south and southwest wind. it warms us up day by day. it keeps us under a lot of sunshine. holds off on a lot of the storm chances. 70 degrees tomorrow, that's the coolest up to 81 by friday. saturday 88, and it does look like we're going to see 90s returning by sunday. i'm keeping the forecast for sunday dry right now, but it's going to be hot one, and i do think that that heat carries all the way into the start to next week, beyond the seven-day forecast. this could be our first heat wave of the season with more than three days in the 90s to come next week. stay tuned. enjoy tomorrow, though, if you don't like the heat, 70 degrees, cloudy d
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it's been said there's more power in a good strong hug than in a thousand meaningful words proving that's true is 7-year- old from hammond louisiana. she's roslyn baldwin, and she's spending her summer traveling state to state to hug police officers. this preacher's daughter says her mission is inspired by god and her goal is to unite communities by showing her love and appreciation for
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have committed their lives. >> this was her stop in springfield missouri. >> pretty amazing. we see a lot of bad things throughout the day, and hearing that, the nice things, the appreciation that we get when we're out in public, it's awesome, but to have someone come from another state just to give us a hug, amazing. >> roslyn has a website,, and you can follow her journey across the country. she made a stop in southwest virginia, but she hasn't made her way to d. c. or maryland yet. they have a go fund me page for the journey. we'll
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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.
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weather-wise enjoy the weather this afternoon,
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80 degrees. cloudy, cool, spotty showers tomorrow. 90s return this weekend. >> i can put up the heat wave. >> that's it for wusa9 news at noon. we'll be back at 5:00. until then have a great day. stronger is blasting her tumors... without risking her bones. it's training her good cells... to fight the bad guys. stronger is less pain... new hope... more fight. it's doing everything in your power... and everything in ours. stronger, is changing even faster than they do. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger.
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>> kevin: how could you show your face here after what you did? >> chelsea: kevin, please... >> kevin: you were relentless, tracking her down like she was some kind of animal because you had to make her pay? she was so scared about what you were gonna do that she killed herself! you did this, nick! it's your fault chloe's dead! >> michael: kevin! kevin, no! kevin, stop it! >> kevin: why did you come here? due diligence to make sure she's really in that coffin? because she is. esther's daughter, bella's mother, the woman i loved is dead because you wouldn't leave her alone! >> nick: kevin, you got this all wrong, all right? i feel terrible for you. >> kevin: you have no idea how i feel, and don't try and convince me that you gave a damn about chloe. she's exactly where you wanted her. both of you. you did this together! ♪


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