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concerns about the hpv vaccine legit? we verify. >> trading sadness for anger on the anniversary of the pulse night club attack. >> how dna becomes a suspect sketch for a cold case. dc government takes president trump to court. >> and major accident near a day care we are spotlighting a stretch of bad road. wusa 9 at 11 starts now. >> let's get started with
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we tied a record high today, probably no surprise if you spent any time outdoors. chief meteorologist, topper shut is bringing the heat again tomorrow. >> 95 as you mentioned it was tied the record high the only one in the area. let's talk about records to beat tomorrow i think most of these are safe 94 dulles, 96 downtown. 97 baltimore. we got a humid in terms of humidity a little more uncomfortable in terms of temperatures in the morning it will still be 75 in the morning downtown, 68 manassas. 70 gaithersburg, by 8:00 a.m., 80 downtown and 74 manassas. what about the temperature that you feel? well, by morning it will feel like 76 downtown, 6:00 a.m. and by 7 it will feel like 80 downtown. so humidity increases the heat index will increase tomorrow as well. we will come back we ar
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storms let you know if that will break our heat and when. >> it has been a minute since we have been out in this hot weather don't leave your kids in the car, don't leave your pets in the car and remember to drink water. new tonight dramatic developments in bill cosby's trial the case went to the jury earlier today they ordered in dinner and kept on deliberating until an hour ago they seem to be zeroing in on the night cosby says he gave his accuser pills he is charged with drugging and violating former temple university employee, andrea constant at his home back in 2004 he says the contact was consensual if he is convicted he could end up in prison for the rest of his life. >> lots of news out of the white house tonight we've broken it down to the three headlines you need to know. first, more high stakes testimony on the hill, this time from attorney general jeff sessions he is facing serious
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why he was in contact with russia's ambassador to the united states during donald trump's run for the white house. now cbs will carry that hearing live starting at 2:30 p.m. if you prefer the highlights we will have you covered tomorrow night at 1 p.m. >> are -- 11:00 p.m. >> are there tapes of the oval office conversations or not, president trump hinted about it from this tweet in may about fbi director james comey the white house has been playing coy >> when he is ready to further discuss it he will he laid out his position clearly. >> reporter: that friday statement that is when president trump said reporters would find out soon whether those now famous tapes exist. so to sum this up neither the president nor his spokesman will say whether or not conversations in the oval office are taped. speaking of the president's tweets the
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one. the supreme court is already considering whether or not the weigh in on another appeals court decision that blocked the ban. >> another court filing with the president's name on it this one from the attorney's general of dc and maryland. they say the president's businesses are hurting others and the whole set up is unconstitutional. it is a complex case. we are just waiting on that story to come through. we will have it for you in a second. >> meantime we will move the show from the white house to capitol hill where republican leaders are looking at dollars and cents money for health care and a wish list. he called on congress to spend more on the military and health care for veterans and might get it a panel gave first approval to a 5% hike for veterans affairs and a 10% hike for military construction projects right here at home and
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course abroad. >> senate republicans drafted plan to repeal and replace obama care so what is in it? we don't know. they are keeping it a secret. senate aids said they are not releasing the bill to the public until they are finished discussing what is in and out but sounds like they are moving quickly those same aids said leaders want to vote before july 4th. >> clef it has been a year since the deadliest mass shooting in u.s. history the attack on the pulse night club in orlando a gunman pedledg allegiance to isis and opened fire. he injured dozens and killed 49 people. their names across the nation tonight. those names were read at vigils from orlando to dc we will show you some of that in a moment. we will begin with dustin shod one of his close friends died in that night club he said he is not sad on this anniversary he is furious, and
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with stephanie ramirez. >> i talked to him as he was getting ready to go to work >> it is just -- this year has gone by so fast i thought something would change. i thought we would have these great gun laws or some sense of -- i don't know, renewed strength and energy in our community. what has come out of it? what has changed? and i don't see it i don't feel it. i don't want my friends death to be for nothing >> his friend sent him this cell phone video moments before the mass shooting, they called edward top hat eddie because he had a thing for wearing big top hats. >> he was genuinely a great guy. >> dustin called him his inspiration, even inspiring him to talk to us in drag. >> this is what i want to be. and he was there at the beginning of my career first show ever front row >> he
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pride because of this. >> at least we had that but i want people to be angry i want them to not forget this, let this not be another thing that happened in the past. we may look a little different, may have purple extensions but we love, we breathe. >> instead of going to a vigil he wants to go the work in honor of his friend, the person he says encouraged him to be fearless. stephanie ramirez wusa 9. now back to those names read one by one across the country at vigils like this one tonight in dupont circle. but along with the names, the candles, prayers, something more here tonight a demand not a wish, not a hope. a demand for tougher gun laws made by folks like katherine mccarthy she lost a life long friend in the pulse night club shooting. >> love is not all we need, it is not enough, we need love and we need la
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grieve but let's keep pushing relentlessly. >> the hash tag honor them with action picking up steam after this vigil. >> virginia voters tomorrow is your primary day yes, already, you will pick your party's candidate for governor lieutenant governor several house of delegates racelocal contests too. if you need a quick course in who is running, what they stand for, where to vote, we can help look for the voters guide online now and our app. still no arrests no solid leads in the mysterious murders of these two young men. 17-year-old and 18-year-old. we did learn today montgomery county police have talked to another least 100 people as they hunt down the killer the two teens, found shot, multiple times, just sitting in their car in montgomery village they were killed the night before their graduation day from northwest high school. if you have seen something or heard something
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help, call montgomery county police. now back 25 years to another murder in montgomery county, james here stabbed inside of this sugar loaf mountain market his killer never caught. police have new hope this sketch, based on dna from the crime scene, you have heard about this like they can use dna to tell you where you came from. police are using that same technology to fire up cold cases. >> dna was considered just a finger print. what this can do is actually tell those investigators something new they couldn't have known. >> dna helped police narrow down his killer his ancestry, color of his skin, eyes, hair, freckles right down to the shape of his face all they need is a name. montgomery county is the first jurisdiction to use this technique chances are
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follow. we are on the trail of breaking news, police in the 500 block park land place southeast, not far from congress heights they are investigating a shooting. police found an adult male, shot and not breathing they got him in the ambulance, got him to thes hospital and called homicide detectives. >> puerto rico will be the 51st state, a nonbinding resolution supporting state hood passed there over the weekend but now the governor says he is going to send a panel of folks to congress to demand state hood. well, mr. governor on behalf of dc residents still waiting for state hood, good luck. hpv vaccine viral post warning women to steer clear is it real? or is it fake news? we verify for you next. >> traffic accidents happening just steps away from a day care. wh
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those kids safe? >> check out these two cuties believe it or not the story of why this little lady got time with our nige; is even cuter. all that plus dcs most accurate forecast and a big announcement from the burgundy and gold all ahead when news at 1 continues on wusa 9 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,
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the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone. nendorses dr. wralph northam. mr. northam would make the better governor. and virginia progressives agree. ralph northam is the only candidate who stood up to the nra after the virginia tech shooting. dr. northam led the fight to stop the republicans' transvaginal ultrasound law.
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k for thousands of families in virginia. ralph northam: making progress means taking on tough fights, and as governor, i won't let donald trump stand in our way. there is another court file withing the president's name on it. this one with the attorney general's of dc and maryland. we tried to bring you this story a little bit ago now it is ready a complex case, and pete has the three things you need to know about it. >> reporter: first really get this you have to understand what are called amall youments u.s. constitution. the framers wanted our government to stay neutral they wrote this in there the president cannot accept gifts from other countries attorney's general from the district and maryland say the president's businesses break
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particularly the trump hotel on pennsylvania avenue. >> as we know, foreign governments are giving the trump businesses, businesses he has not separated himself from, incredible amounts of money, why? to curry favor. >> reporter: second is there a case, those behind it say they can prove damages they say hotels like the four seasons in georgetown lost business that used to be a favorite of foreign governments and visiting dignitaries. >> now they are doing business and diplomats favorite business, the trump hotel. >> reporter: last thing is this just politics? the institute was brought by two democrats, no republicans have signed on to it. >> it is not hard to conclude partisan politics may be one of the motivations. >> reporter: even still those bringing this suit insist it could make it to the supreme court and get the president's unreleased tax returns
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process. your kids are out of school or about to be for the summer, they are going to have a lot of free time on their hands you know a lot of them will be out there getting frisky. so mom, dad, as uncomfortable a conversation as it may be, you've got to start thinking about the hpv vaccine headlines like this, from the anti news network, lead developer of hpv vaccine comes clean warns parents and young girls it is all a deadly scam. i have our verify fact checksers on this one one of our verified viewers wanted to know if this was legit. >> this is linda and i want to know if this article about the hpv vaccine being a hoax is correct? so please verify. >> reporter: great question some folks are all over this one on facebook why would anyone ever thing they are beneficial or my decision to reject this vaccine. so tonight's verify,
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vaccine effective? helpful or just a hoax? well, according to the cdc the centers for disease control and prevention, 14 million people every year including teenagers get infected with hpv virus and that can lead to cancer in sensitive areas that is where it comes in. >> there is really really good evidence that the hpv vaccine is very safe and effective. there have been very large studies that have been examined, looking at the hpv vaccine to demonstrate effectiveness and multiple countries. >> reporter: you know, headlines like this are designed to scare you, make you read because the longer you spend on the page the more money these sites get from advertisers, dr. sanders from johns hopkins. >> i didn't read that article but what i would say is the headline is not correct, it is not accurate. >> re
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this headline is click bait, bam, false you want facts you want the truth, right? don't take it from gossipy crap on the internet have a conversation with your doctor about the pros and cons of the hpv vaccine and make an informed decision for yourself and your family. linda thanks for sending this in. see anything on facebook? internet, twitter? send it to me find me on facebook or twitter. verify it neighbors in one dc community are fed up with a dangerous drive. people are speeding through their kid friendly neighborhood right past a day care the city is studying the problem but people living in hill crest near the 3100 block of alabama avenue and southeast say skip that study it is time for action. >> reporter: this yard is a mess the white picket fence, torn down, the porch all busted up, and there are tire
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as bad as this is it could have been worse the day care is five doors down and the owners tell me, they just dropped the kids inside when this crash happened. >> the accidents are getting worse. >> reporter: friday's was bad and it wasn't even noon a car hopped the curb, took down two fencecrashed in this front yard the same block where three cars collided five days before >> i feel like we are taking our lives in our hands. >> reporter: parents picking up kids from day care say the whole stretch is a nightmare the posted limit is 25 miles per hour, residents say speed cameras are not really working not even a mom standing at the cross walk with her kid stops traffic we clocked it, it took katherine and eric nearly 1 minute before they could cross. >> i was thinking speed bumps. >> reporter: some parents are posting signs because their children do live and play here a fence away. department of transportation
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started asking questions a d dot spokesperson says the project manager will be exploring options. >> i just don't want something awful to happen. >> reporter: along alabama avenue and hill crest southeast. it is time to tell you about a 6-year-old named bella she had a life saving liver transplant as a baby over the weekend she had to drive to children's in pittsburgh for a check up her parents always let her pick out what they call a brave gift after those visits. usually it is frozen yoghurt but this past weekend, she wanted to meet wusa 9 service dog in training nigel. bella loves keeping up with nigel's adventures on facebook. so we met bella and her folks just off the belt way and from the look of it, nigel has a new bff and bella might have a future in training pups. so they both got something out of that meeting. >> he was in
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he likes to jump up. speak of vicious. this is from -- >> listen. >> this is from blows being rained upon topper >> i wish there was a more compelling story but it is from bowling. pretty darn embarrassing right? that a 6-pound. >> we have been giving her grief for days. >> caused this. now i just have to -- >> elbows me instead of slapping me. >> to keep you in line. >> i bowled -- >> i would make something else up. >> he would verify my story if i wasn't right. >> 3-degree guarantee good call, went 95 today, guess what? come on guess what? yes, it was a bulls eye 95 we will go 94 tomorrow just a few more clouds maybe not quite as hot, live lookout side, it is still 80 degrees now you might remember the dew points were upper 50s and low 60s, now they are in th
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not comfortable and that will be the main problem tomorrow it will be more humid. bus stop temps, 68 to 82, a week left for most kids and that's 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. near record heat tuesday not as hot and stormy on wednesday and warm with a few storms thursday. we are tracking a cold front that moves through wednesday that could be our next yellow weather alert. lower temps a little bit 94 tomorrow, 87 wednesday, 84 thursday, then back to 87 friday and back to 90 saturday. temperatures by thursday will be pretty close to the average high of 83 or 84. so, tomorrow morning, 75 downtown, 70 la plata and 79 damascus. by mid-morning low 80s, 81 manassas, by lunchtime 90. a couple showers popping up i think the lions share will be west of town, along i-81 corridor, not really -- wouldn't plan around them at
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heat. by 5:30, 6:00 p.m., 80s. by this time tomorrow night muggy, upper 70s low 80s. in terms of the forecast, heat index it will feel 96 at noon, 96 as we get into 2:00 p.m., 97 at 4:00 p.m., so noon to 4, keep the pets inside, and stay hydrated. 83 by 9, 91 at 1 with pretty much full sun until early afternoon. lowered wednesday to 87 good chance for showers and storms lowered thursday to 84, friday more storms, saturday more storms, fathers day a couple storms hot low 90s monday some more storms 87 we have had no rain in the month of june atth will change. right now three thing that is have happened since you left work this go pro video might give you the willies, pe
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you think i could take these guy in a fight? i don't know. now, game on sports. brought to you by x finty. >> president trump in a lot of political punching matches but no, he could not take them in a fight. part of the national championship clemson tigers clawing their way through dc. much the way they chewed through alabama defense in january. connor getting a hug from mom as they pulled outside the to
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vienna. >> wonderful supporting mother right here, once in a lifetime experience she got to shake the president's hand, which is truly amazing experience once in a lifetime and i can't believe, it is surreal. i can't believe we went through that we are touring the capitol and continue on a great day. >> just over two months away from the start of college football season. >> saturday night, nats closer, got hurt in the shower, blew a two run lead now on 10 day disabled list. nats looking to put up more offence braves came to play as well 7 home runs total. nats clinging to a run lead you are thinking -- 1 run lead you are thinking are they going to blow it? they blew it. tyler flowers 3 run shut off, over price harpers head, bottom of the 9th,. >>
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hold team announcement to discuss personnel changes tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. our sports team will be there could be narrator: the washington post endorses dr. ralph northam. mr. northam would make the better governor. and virginia progressives agree. ralph northam is the only candidate who stood up to the nra after the virginia tech shooting. dr. northam led the fight to stop the republicans' transvaginal ultrasound law. ralph is a leader for education, expanding pre-k for thousands of families in virginia. ralph northam: making progress means taking on tough fights, and as governor, i won't let donald trump stand in our way.
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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
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hi guys. in the here. at the mall. on the mountain. at school. at the beach. in the big easy. yeah yeah today i want to show you guys the next-gen chevy equinox. what do you think? that's pretty. pretty sexy. it looks aggressive. but not overbearing. it's not too big. not too small. seems like the perfect car for anybody. i would take it anywhere. she's a bad mama jama. (laughter) current qualified gm lessees can get this introductory lease on the all-new 2018 chevy equinox for around $249 a month. find new roads at your local chevy dealer. nendorses dr. wralph northam. mr. northam would make the better governor. and virginia progressives agree. ralph northam is the only candidate who stood up to the nra after the virginia tech shooting. dr. northam led the fight to stop the republicans' transvaginal ultrasound law. ralph is a leader for education, expanding pre-k for thousands of families in virginia. ralph northam: making progress means taking on tough fights, and as governor, i won't let
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