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include conspiracy against the united states, conspiracy to launder money, failure to report foreign bank and financial accounts, unregistered agent of a foreign power, and false statements. president trump tweeted that this was all years ago, and he tried to shift attention to his defeated electoral opponent. there was no collusion, he wrote. manafort's attorney says the same thing. >> i think you all saw today that president donald trump was correct. there is no additives by mr. manafort that the trump campaign colluded with the russian government. >> reporter: perhaps even more interesting is the case of george papadopoulos. a picture shows him after he met with that mysterious professor with russian ties. and papadopoulos has admitted to lying to fbi agts
that. now, it is standardoperating practice for prosecutors to start with someone small in hopes of getting them to turn on somebody on a wrung above them. we don't know if that is what is happening with papadopoulos. but the fact he agreed to plead guilty certainly suggests it is a possibility. >> we'll be following this closely. as for manafort and his business partner, bruce says they all had about 20 minutes to say in the courtroom. six of them were their first and last anytimes, and the rest were i do. she slapped 5 and $10 million bail on them, and put them on home detension. meanwhile, the white house was quick to deflect today's news. onto the
campaign rival. >> today's announcement has nothing to do with the president. the real collusion scandal as we've said before has everything to do with clinton campaign. >> sarah huckabee sanders saying there is clear evidence of the clinton campaign colluding with the russians in this election. a ban on transgender people serving in the military. the judge says there is a strong chance a lawsuit could be filed against the ban, and the judge's preliminary injunction could be in place. the strange and tragic death of a young woman is being called a cruel irony. she was studying to be a youth counselor, and on saturday she was killed when a 12-year-old boy jumped off of an overpass, and landed on her car had she was drg
peggy fox joins us from near that overpass. >> reporter: so, so sad. this is where it happened. this is the cedar lane overpass. there is a fence above the metrorail tracks, but no fans above i-66, and that's with the boy jumped. >> one adult male in the backseat appears to have gone through the windshield. >> reporter: on saturday afternoon, it was a heartbreaking collision on i-66 that killed 22-year-old marisa harris of olney, maryland. a 12-year-old who had jump off overpass on cedar lane. police call it a suicide attempt. >> it is just such a cruel irony. >> reporter: harris was a graduate student studying clinical, mental health counseling. sarah moore earned a masters
last year. >> so many people in our community are dedicated to helping teens in his very situation. it's just, it's really, it's just a tragedy for everyone around. >> reporter: she says she's not shocked about a 12-year-old resorting to such action. >> it does not shock me, unfortunately. there's a lot of emphasis on treating teens in the program. so the more we know on brain research, the more we know how much of a problem this is. >> reporter: dr. linda murdock is the president for student affairs. >> they saw great promise in her as a clinician, and her fellowcomembers as
boy, we understand is in the hospital. he has life-threatening injuries. we're asking for more information. we do not know what school this boy went to. but we know fairfax county schools have sent information to all the principals at its middle, and high schools, so they know resources to let parents know, in case they need it. peggy fox reporting live in vienna, back to you. >> harris' boyfriend, who was in the passenger seat, steered that vehicle out of traffic, perhaps saving the life of that young boy, and others as well. sentencing day for a former security team leader at richard montgomery high school, accused of sexually assaulting a student. he had an ongoing relationship with a student. he was sentenced to what works
bars. he will also be a registered sex offender for life. plus, he will not be able to hold a job that involves children or teens. the storm that has swept through our area. in the state of maine alone, more than 400,000 homes and businesses have lost power. it could be a week before the lights are back. heavy rain is also causing problems. in carney, new jersey, one woman and her 13-year-old son had to be rescued by boat. >> i came through. >> wind gusts of up to 93 miles per hour, were reported on the coast of massachusetts. around here, we're looking ahead to that all important halloween forecast. we are going to be cool and dry tomorrow. topper is on the terrace trnight with that trick or
just cool enough to keep kids in costumes, and it's going to be dry. we're looking at generally temperatures anywhere from about 48, to about 55. then we're looking at temperatures again, as we get in, kids are out late. past 9:00, 10:00, then temperatures will fall into the 40s. but it will be dry across the board. now, in terms of temperatures coming up, we're going to see temperatures go up a little bit toward the end of the week, and we're looking at the possibility of another yellow weather alert on wednesday. we will come back, and explain that. well the cat was already out of the bag this went. >> the washington nationals have made official, hiring dave martinez as their manager. he has coached for the last ten seasons, but this will be his first gig as a manager. he was most recently, a bench coach the cubs.
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apartment after a party. my impression was that he was drunk. he picked me up, then he lays down on top of me. i was aware that he was trying to get with me sexually. he says he was able squirm away, and left. spacey tweeted that he doesn't remember the encounter, quote, if i did behave then as he says, then i owe him a sincere apology. i've had relationships with both men and women. i choose now to live as a gay man. >> rapp now stars in star trek discovery, and he was in the original cast of rent. let's take a live look outside right now. temperatures struggling to get out of the
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yesterday's game at fedexfield quickly turned into a nightmare. instead of seeing game, adults and kids were left crying in the parking lot. they weren't allowed to get in. they paid for a charter bus, tailgating, and entrance into the stadium. fans say they were scammed after the tickets to the game never happened. >> nothing, we heard nothing. and the game has started now. now we're becoming very irritated. there are small children on the bus who are becoming very upset. there's crying, because their parents promised them they were going to come to see their favorite team. people were angry. people were sad. people were hurt, disappointed, just the gamut of emotion. >> so we contacted the woman responsible for the tour. charlotte brown
she emailed us, and said, again, i offer my deepest sympathy of what happened. again, this was beyond my control. as i stated to everyone yesterday, they will receive a refund. who would kill a 79-year- old man asleep in his bed? it happened friday night into virginia, about 40 miles past richmond. the victim's car was located by d.c. police the very next day, with two men from our area, inside it. >> always helpful. good and kind, and would do anything he could to help anybody. >> reporter: the home of jimmy web is now covered in crime tape. his family says he was savagely beaten to death in his home. >> the house gets broken into, and he gets murdered for no apparent, there's no rational
the basement. >> reporter: a neighbor noticed a chair propped up against the house, and a window knocked out. they put out a byl. they found his car at a southwest d.c. homeless shelter. inside, they found a man it maryland, and northern virginia. they had been arrested for stealing car, but no murder charges yet. as those who loved web continue to ask why. >> jimmy was a great person. he was harmless. he never hurt anybody. he did good things for people. >> police tell us that while they made two arrests on saturday, emporia police will be making the murder investigation. the friends set sail
hawaii to tahiti in may. they were stuck in the pacific, thousands of miles off coast. an american navy ship, the uss ashland. the friends were gushing about the care they got aboard that navy vessel. >> last night, we were up here walking the dogs in the dark, and all of a sudden, we had to wonderful seamen coming up, and handing us glow sticks. saying, put these glow sticks on the dogs. it will make it easier for you to see. it will make it easier for everyone else to see. >> everyone here is open hearted. joyful, happy, supportful. beyond anything that we imagined. >> like a navy recruitment video. the ladies say they're going to miss their friends from the uss ashland. onto western maryland now. people woke up to a dusting of snow. ab
away. topper is salivating. >> it's not too early. they average a lot of snow in october. if you drop a plum line, they had 8.4 inches. last night. good stuff. 3-degree guarantee. we went for a high today of 59. i think that's going to be okay. temps have been struggling to get out of the 50s all day, especially with that wind. a live look outside. a little bit of color. a lot of foliage was still on the trees. at one time, half the state of maine had no power. only about a million people in maine. right now, 59, it's a good thing. dew points low, in the mid-0s. i think with the winds still being breezy, we're not going to get as good as we could.
we'll say 30s and 40s, but above freezing. bus stop temps 38 to 54. a little chilly, but not breezy. not windy tomorrow. cool, and dry for the trick or treaters. 48 to 55. yes, if the kids stay out past 9:00,10:00, it will be in the mid-40s. low 40s if they're out to 11. by tomorrow, we're looking at temperatures by morning in the 40s. even some low 40s here. 41 in gaithersburg. maybe 39 in damascus. 41, or 43 in bowie to start. by lunchtime, we're back in the 50s. nothing over 10 miles an hour tomorrow. by this time tomorrow night we're still 56 downtown. 53 in leesburg, with pretty much a clear sky. late tomorrow night, temps fall pretty quickly tomorrow night. if you're out late, it will be 40 in gaithersburg. 39 in frederick. a few
maryland. 38 to 48. winds still out of the southwest at about 10 to 15. tomorrow morning, fantastic. by the afternoon for halloween, very nice. partly cloudy, and cool. stilldelightful with light winds. winds only about 10 tomorrow. day planner looks like this. 40s to start. 30s in the burbs. 38 to start. up to 55 by 11:00. upper 50s, almost 60 by 1:00. again, with light winds really, a nice day. wednesday, 55 with light rain or drizzle. we bounce right back. sunshine on thursday and 70. not bad. next seven days, friday, showers come in late. that could effect high school football. showers both saturday and sunday. one model, i think is overdoing it here. we'll just say cool
we bounce back again next monday, with highs near 70. let's talk about being in right place at the right time. >> a student at howard university may be on her way to a new career. these are viral videos that 19- year-old took, who attends school in new hampshire. the phone started blowing up a couple days later. another student says that teen has been offered several modeling contracts. it's about time we're finding models on college campuses, instead of mug shots. up next, google's ceo promised to drop everything to fix a problem that's caused controversy online. we're going to take you inside the great burger debate. >> plus, hdtv stars leave waco and head to houston. how they're helping after hurricane harvey.
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followed bythe subaru brz. it's pumpkin season, you know this. but that can of pumpkin you just bought might not have any pumpkin in it at all. say what? apparently, the food and drug administration doesn't distinguish between pumpkin and squash and why would they? saying they are sometimes mixed intentionally to generate a consistency that is acceptable to people. got to be consistent. that's wusa9 at 5:00. the news at 5:30 starts right now. >> former trump campaign manager paul manafort is back home after charges were filed against him in the russia investigation. he pleaded not guilty today on all counts of charges, including conspiracy against the united states. manafort's business partner, rick gates also plead not guilty. the indictment is that
in offshore account. we've also learned george papadopoulos admitted to lying to federal agents about dealings are russians. russians who offered dirt on trump's rival hillary clinton. this directly connects the trump campaign to russian intermediaries. president trump said this was years ago, before manafort was part of the campaign, and added there is no collusion. >> a federal indictment is a formal acquisition against one or more people, charging them with one or more crimes. by law, a federal indictment only be brought by a grand jury, chosen from the community. they hear evidence, and testimony by the prosecutor. the grand jury can ask questions, and subpoena documents, and witnesses on their own. once the grand jury hears