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Feb 21, 2017 5:00am EST
national zoo for her new home in china. >> we're live outside the national zoo with more on the long cuss testimony journey for bao bao. you have to think she's aware of all this hype surrounding her hype and sort of hamming it up for the cameras yesterday i think. i mean, she put on quite a show while i was there and just wowed the crowd. yeah, and so today we're tracking her every move. we checked the panda cam. she's not in there because they're getting her ready for the departure here from the zoo and taking her to dulles airport and all of that is going to happen around 10:00 a.m. her departure here from the zoo, they will -- the keepers and the fed ex panda team will load her using a special forklift and pick up her giant crate, put it in the truck and take it on out to dulles for her 1:30 flight it's a nonstop 14 to 16 hour journey to china. now, a special flight plan mapped out for the easiest experience for bao bao. take a look at the 777 fed ex panda express freighter. it's specially outfitted for her even with the cutest panda decal inside there's a custom built plexi
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Nov 20, 2017 5:00am EST
tweets up a storm about one of the ucla basketball players he helped free from china. why he says he should have left them in jail. >>> if you saw diana ross trending on twitter, there is good reason. the honor for the legendary singer and what everybody is talking about after the awards. >>> tune in later today for the ellen degeneres show. she welcomes gart no matter how the markets change... she welcomes gart at t. rowe price... our disciplined approach remains. global markets may be uncertain... but you can feel confident in our investment experience around the world. call us or your advisor... t. rowe price. invest with confidence. the market.redict but through good times and bad... ...at t. rowe price... ...we've helped our investors t. rowe price. invest with confidence. >>> one of the biggest nights in music will be popping up in your social media feeds this morning. it was truly a ross family affair. >> tracy ellis ross, one of the hosts and her mother diana ross one the lifetime achievement award. >> ain't no mountain high enough ♪ >> diana ross' grandchildren joined her
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Sep 1, 2015 5:00am EDT
trading. this after china's manufacturing fell to the three year low in august. the nikkei was down more than 2% this morning and chinese and hong kong stocks in the red. it's raising new fears about the health of the economy and learning that u.s. stock futures are down 1.5%. that's the latest from live desk. aaron, over to you. >>> thanks. 5:04 now. today, family and friends will say good-bye to photographer adam ward. he was holding the camera when vester flanagan shot him and he also killed alison parker. he killed himself after several hours on the run. look at ward's visitation from yesterday. his funeral will be later this morning. >>> developing right now in georgia, a police officer is in critical condition after being shot while responding to the wrong house. police say they were responding to the call for a suspicious person in a suburb of atlanta, but officers entered the wrong home and gunfire erupted. the homeowner was shot in the leg and his dog was killed. police are still trying to find out whether the homeowner fired any shots. officers involved in the shooting hav
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Jul 4, 2017 5:00am EDT
. this morning north korea confirms its latest ms. aisle test. president trump tweets perhaps china will put a heavy move on north korea and end this nonsense once and for all. he meets with china's president at this week's g-20 summit. also with german chancellor an squlael merkel. but the focus will be the president's first face-to-face meeting with russia's president >> he's poing to try to the uni states through president trump. >> he's no agenda. still white house is working out details. still unknown, mr. president trump confront president putin over the presidential election. trump's ties to russia are sparking more impeachment protests. >> i don't think there's any question when he obstructs justice when he fired fbi director james comey. >> reporter: this mother's afraid her daughter could lose essential health benefits. >> if those are ripped from her, that's going o leave her and many other families dead. >> reporter: dozens of town halls are planned this week as washington celebrates independence. in poland it's the president's first stop beforeh summit. aaron, molette?
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Dec 29, 2015 5:00am EST
under way to save 17 miners stuck for days underground. the mine collapsed in china on christmas day. one person died. rescue teams say they're using ropes to send food and letters to the miners who are still trapped in that mine. >>> coming up 5:21 now on this tuesday morning. if you can hear us, it is probably raining where you are. >> that's right. it looks like our commute is going to stay a wet one, right, chuck? >> i'm not listening. i don't want the rain to affect me. outside this morning, it has been raining pretty steadily all night and there is a lot of deep puddles on the sides of the roads this morning. extra careful if you're walking or biking to work this morning. and if you're driving, slow down, take it easy out there, steady rain likely here through about 7:00 or 8:00 this morning. a lot of puddles out there. take it easy, pedestrians and bikers out there. travel delays are likely. i'll be tweeting out updated radar images on instagram and twitter accounts. twitter or follow us on our facebook page and have our nbc washington app ready to go. we'll be sending out pus
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Oct 30, 2015 5:00am EDT
. >>> china will leave it to provinces to implement new policy that allows all families to have two children. that's new this morning from the national health and family and planning commission. we told you about china's historic decision. once put in place to control a baby boom. leaders are reversing course. most people seem happy about it. >> i want to have at least two, yeah. maybe one boy and one girl. >> we will just have one, but i think people should have the right to have two. >>> others argue the change is too little too late. many people cannot support two children and the reform won't change the work force for at least 22 years. >>> 5:51. chuck bell has joined us here in the studio. definitely a change. needed a little coat today. >> what a great day yesterday was. >> so nice. >> i know you love 70s this time of the year. >> give me 70s until january. >> fair enough. and for those of you who need the 70s in your life. not only was yesterday a treat, but wait until you see the forecast in a couple of minutes. you'll never guess it's going to be the month of november. it certainly
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Sep 2, 2015 5:00am EDT
information, social numbers, financial, health insurance, have actually been used against anyone. china, some here believe, is behind it. the $133 million, that may just be thel®yu beginning. looks like the government could have to use $500 million. >>> in decision 2016, a change in the criteria means republican hopeful carly fiorina has a better chance in the spot in the next presidential debate. cnn will host it wednesday december 16th in prime time. fiorina will likely not score among the top candidates in national polling in july. but cnn says it's going to take data from last month instead. is it will be announce the participants a week from tomorrow. >>> a scare is over at the trump towers in toronto. a couple days ago the build's developer said hotel management noticed a potential problem with an antenna on the roof and alerted police. officials say the concerns that closed down the block in the center of the city for days were completely unsubstantiated. >>> a man waking up in fairfax police custody this morning accused of robbing a woman at gunpoint. he was accused of robbing a woma
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Feb 10, 2016 5:00am EST
zika virus. china how has its first confirmed case of the disease. chinese health officials say a man who visited venezuela came back with zika last week. he's now recovering. those officials say the chance of zika spreading in china is very low. mosquitos which spread the disease aren't active right there. >>> looking at weather and traffic on the 1s on this weather alert day. >> let's check in with chuck bell. what's going on? >> still got this round of flurries. it's coated the metro area with a fresh coating of snow. it's on the western side of the chesapeake bay from the eastern shore. from deal, chesapeake beach, calvert beach, leonardtown and hollywood, all have a fresh coating they're dealing with. the road impacts, we'll call it moderate. the real issue is side streets and unstreeted surfaces. with snow flurries later today, should be a relative low impact event. commuter forecast, start off with temperatures in upper 20s. peeks of sunshine. and temperatures generally speaking in mid to upper 30s. i'll see you with the seven-day forecast and a cold valentine's day weekend in
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Aug 24, 2015 5:00am EDT
. >> mei xiang's first baby is back in china. and bao bao turned 2. >> the producer said we don't get to keep them. they're out of here. >> enjoy them. they're the best. >>> 5:37. developing this morning, major concern after an air show crash in england was caught on camera. what crews are fearful they'll find once they start to remove debris. >>> a pokemon convention became the sight of a major tragedy. >>> and what time you'll want to keep the workout indoors. >>> and breaking news on the rails this morning. if you're taking a train on vre out of fredericksburg you're going to want to do something else. all trains are expec >>> 5:40 right now. there's a big hole where police in switzerland say two planes crashed during an air show. one of the pilots is dead and one of the other pilots ejected safely. yesterday's collision is the third deadly incident at the air show in the past two weeks. >>> and the death toll from another deadly air show crash could go up this morning. we should warn you the video we're about to show you could be disturbing. british police say crews will bring in a c
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Aug 27, 2015 5:00am EDT
keep you up to date on the monument's opening on the nbc washington app. >>> developing news in china this morning. overnight we learned of several arrests in the deadly warehouse blast. why a dozen people are now behind bars. >>> just into the newsdesk, the information about the deaths of three firefighters in washington state. what we're just learning about the moments leading up to their death. >>> and we are inching closer to the weekend, but will your plans >>> developing story now in china. 12 government officials and company executives have been arrested in connection with the massive warehouse explosions earlier this month. 139 people died there. the investigation focused now on how the warehouse got permission to handle dangerous chemicals despite being so close to homes and roads. >>> here in the newsroom, we are going over some new information in the deaths of three firefighters killed battling that huge wildfire out in washington state. the associated press obtained dispatch records. the three firefighters turned out rushed up a steep gravel road in their engine, crashed d
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Dec 24, 2015 5:00am EST
. give it a pop. >>> a developing situation in china right now in the southern part of the country. we have new signs of life det t detected in the rubble after the massive landslide hit three days ago. more than 5,000 rescuers are now using heavy equipment and new technology. the workers focusing on collapsed buildings. >>> yesterday we did show you the man rescued after being buried aliven for 67 hours. there's still more than 70 people missing this morning. that's it from the live desk. aaron? >> take a look. if you're just waking up, take a look at your screen. we could be looking for a downpour starting in a little less than two hours. chuck will have more on that as well as what lies ahead for the weekend at 5:21. >>> good morning. i'm molette green outside the toys "r" us at bailey's crossroads. now open for over 24 hours this store will close at 9:00 tonight. at this point you're going have to get inside the stores and see what is left on the shelves here. quite busy at montgomery mall hours ago and deep discounts. that's what many shoppers are looking for even at the last
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Aug 19, 2016 5:00am EDT
statement right now. 35 of them are gold. china is second with 58 medals. great britain has 56. >> news 4 your felingt now -- health at 5:17. there are more parents who support a requirement for students to be vaccinated for hpv. it's only if they can opt out. given a choice to vaccinate or not, support jumps to 60%. virginia will require students to get that vaccine. >> one of the first people students see in the morning is the bus driver, of course, and those drivers are learning more than just how to get kids to school safely. an effort is to train drivers in mental first aid. it's like cpr in the mind. >> it's the first one to see them in the mornings and the last one to see them in the afternoons. >> experts stress this is about learning to recognize the signs and then refer students to professional help. >>> a study says the pressure of being your family's bread winner may impact your health if you are a man. researchers at the university of connecticut looked at men and women incomes between 18 and 32 and they found as men took on more financial responsibility in their m
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Feb 16, 2017 5:00am EST
to china to be part of a conservation program. if you can't make it to the zoo before tuesday to say good-bye, check out her cutest moments on the nbc washington app. there sure are many. we're going to miss her. >>> from bao-bao to bed bugs. how about that? the creepy crawlers found inside another school. >>> plus, your storm team 4 forecast. >>> it is a cold and windy start to the day. it will stay cold and windy through the afternoon. currently feeling like the 20s. some areas feeling like the teens. bundle up. your forecast is coming up in just a bit. >> thank you, sheena. >>> plus, delays on the red line. they just ppped up.o the bakery flavors you love... [ ding! ] ...now available in your dunkin' coffee. sip in the happy with a medium vanilla cupcake, or new fudge brownie macchiato or latte for $1.99 from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. america runs on dunkin'. very customizable. you can choose the back, you can choose the arm, you can choose the leg. we couldn't be any happier. >>> right now on news 4 today, another bed bug out
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Oct 9, 2015 5:00am EDT
traffic jarjs huge, outside beijing. >> you can't even tell those are cars? >> this is on china's busiest highway. it's a 50-lane highway that merges into 20 lanes. >> mind blown. >> thousands of cars, bumper to bumper. they returned after a national holiday. we thaw coming back from the beach is bad. >> this is where you say it's not good to driver. bicycles. >> coming up on 11 minutes after 5:00. >> live desk, kristin wright. >> we've been following breaking news. that is the very bad truck accident. we have a picture just in from a viewer. it shows the truck smashed, wheels up. it appears to be a pretty big truck. all we know from the police is the driver was on the outer loop, wenter to overpass and landed on the parkway. the driver's condition, we just do not know at this point. megan mcgrath is on her way there and will hopefully bring us more information soon. melissa has more on the roads after as a result of this. >> again, this started on the outer loop of pennsylvania avenue. you could see police activity. we'll keep you updated on this one. outbound bladensburg sit dow
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Jun 23, 2017 5:00am EDT
department security agent. he was interviewed in april after flying back to the u.s. from china with more than $16,000 in undeclared cash. mallory claimed he unknowingly met with chinese intelligence and said nothing he gave them was classified. buts there were messages in which mallory said, your object is to gain information and my object is to be paid. mallory could face life in prison and under certain circumstances even the death penalty. >>> time right now is 5:06. the university of maryland deal this comes as the university wants to take on hate and bias incidents on campus. it was filed by two african-american employees. they claim they've been treated differently than white counterparts. when they made complaint, they were given more work and forced to be out in extreme weather and cold outside. it's a priority. >>> educate, then graduate. >> protesters letting their voices be heard in prince george's county. they gathered before the packed school board meeting last night. this was the first meeting since members of the school board made allegations the county is changing student
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Nov 23, 2015 5:00am EST
bathroom but no one was hurt. this is a popular spot for tourists and it's controversial because china and south korea don't believe japan's history in world war ii should be honored. >>> rite now police in new orleans are hunting for the man who shot a medical student who stopped a kidnapping. the 21-year-old is wanted for attempted murder among other charges. tulane university medical student peter gold stopped the kidnapping on friday. you can see him here at the bottom of the screen with his hands up. he shot him once in the stomach and reloaded the gun. he tried to shoot gold in the head, but the gun jammed. the woman was not seriously hurt. >>> it's weather and traffic on the 1s. we need to talk about this big change for the workweek. you need to get the winter stuff out. >> you warned us about these things that they are coming and i wasn't ready. this morning i just wasn't ready. >> just like your grade school teachers. i tell you and tell you and you don't listen to me. it is cold out there this morning. it feels a whole lot more like winter than autumn. temperatures in the 20s
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Sep 28, 2015 5:00am EDT
expected to move in tomorrow in china where they're also preparing. that's the latest. >> thank you very much. muggy monday morning. looks like we're finally going to get that rain. let's send it over to storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell standing by. chuck, are the kids going to need their umbrellas at the bus stop this morning? >> just a little one. no gully washers and rainouts but an opportunity for light drizzle. not too much of an issue early this morning or this afternoon. a slightly better chance for showers coming in later on. drive time forecast, there could be areas of dampness. temperatures out the door in the mid and upper 60s. by later today, one or two slivers of sunshine will put temperatures up near 80 degrees. here's storm team 4 radar this morning. west and southwest. very, very light rain indeed early this morning. again, temperatures out the door are in the mid to upper 60s. seven-day forecast is in ten minutes. a check on more is on. >> good morning. we're still slow there. as we're headed through stafford, it's still hanging around around 16 miles an hour i
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Sep 16, 2015 5:00am EDT
outside. researchers in china studied thousands of first graders over the course of three years. those who spent an extra 40 minutes outside every day were much less likely to be nearsighted. the exact reason for the change though isn't clear at this point. >> i think being outside for kids so important for so many developmental reasons. they need to learn how to play and entertain themselves and not have someo tell them what to do every single second of the day. >> that's always a plus. you develop those habits on into adulthood. live look outside while we're talking about the outdoors. kind of a chilly start for some folks. >> things are going to warm up. we're going to find out from storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. what kind of day are we going to have, chuck? >> things are cool outside early this morning but it will not take long before this turns into another sunny and very warm afternoon. temperatures today about 2 or 3 degrees warmer than they were yesterday. yesterday we made 84 here in washington. outside now there's the live picture of the woodrow wilson bridge over the
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Jan 2, 2017 5:00am EST
test is in its final stages. >>> a new suspension bridge in china claims now to be the highest in the world. check it out. it cut the travel time between neighboring provinces from five hours to about 90 minutes. so why not take it? well, it stands at more than 1800 feet above the valley below. for some compares job, the golden gate bridge is over 200 feet above the water pop so about eight to nine times bigger, taller than the golden gate bridge. >> too high for convenience. >> not for me. i love it. >> i'll take the long route. >>> this year's new year res lesions for many people including exercis >> experts want you to think about some changes to hoen how he spend money. >> paying down debt tops the list of financial resolutions experts say you should make for the new year and start with all those bills you ran up last month celebrating christmas. >> the last thing you want to do is ruin all those great holiday feelings by starting the new year with a holiday debt hangover that you're facing for the next few months. >>> a consumer survey by fidelity investments indeed found man
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May 25, 2016 5:00am EDT
teaches bouncers how to spot fake i.d.s from china that are very convincing. >> they scan, they are holograms, microprinting, black light hologram. if a bouncer doesn't understand what to look for, all of a sudden the terrorist can now enter their target and do surveillance. >> bouncers will receive a nation host security certificate once their training has been memorial day weekend, people in stafford county are working to honor those who died serving our country. since 2010 planned for the armed services memorial have been in the works. now organizers say they have a major donor announcement to make. they will tell us they plan to fill the community in tomorrow morning disturbing an armed services kickoff breakfast at 8:00 at the stafford county airport. and they will share the information on facebook. >>> time to go to the grocery store and take the tarp off the grill. you know what? memorial day is coming up. it's the start of summer vacation season and a lot of people are celebrating in your own backyard with a cookout. so if you are cleaning off the grill today, make sure you
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Apr 17, 2017 5:00am EDT
, including military option. they want to try diplomacy, which means getting china involved here. it is north korea's only ally, largest trading partner in the region. with the vice president at the dmz, demill tar riseitarized zo. he wants to act and protect allies like south korea in the region. it doesn't look like the military option, >> you want to turn to immigration, tracie. how are they changing their position? >> reporter: this is interesting. the way it was explained by general john kelly, homeland security director or secretary, he said that they're not changing what constitutes a crime by someone who is a an undocumented immigrant here, but they're changing how they evaluate which crimes are eligible for deportation. here's how he explained it. someone who has a couple of duis before they wouldn't look at them for deportation but now they're lowering that. tracie, thank you. >>> 5:48. the city of hyattsville will determine whether they will become a sanctuary city. is it officials to give out information on immigrants. that could mean a loss of $20,000 in federal grant money. they
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Aug 22, 2016 5:00am EDT
are gold. >> that is nearly twice as many as second place china which finished the games with 70 medals. great britain rounded out the top three with 67. the games officially ended last night with the closing ceremony. most of the night was a tribute to the last two weeks in rio, if you are sad it's over already, japan gave us something to look forward to. >> 3, 2, 1! >> you know that sound. this is japan's prime minister dressed as super mario, of course an nintendo character. >> where's luigi? >> he's down there. >> simone biles capped off the night as the flag bearer. >> president obama tweeted last night he couldn't be prouder of team usa. your determination you carried that flag high tonight, simone biles. >>> congratulations for another hometown olympian, kyle snyder became the youngest olympic championship in u.s. history. he attended our lady in maryland. his gold medal is a bit heavier than he expected. >> it's heavy. it's actually 1.1 pounds. it's pretty heavy on my neck. but i'm going to keep it there for a little while until i put it in its box, but it's pretty specia
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Jul 20, 2016 5:00am EDT
news out of china. we want to show you video from the live desk. what you're looking at is a seaplane where you can see that bridge right there. a satisfy plane hit that bridge on the inaugural flight. this is in shanghai. you can see part of that plane in the water there. submerged. we're told that this is kind of like a tourist plane, a sightseeing plane. five people were killed, five others in the hospital. an investigation is under way. aaron, eun. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. 5:32 on this wednesday morning. got to get over that hump. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is in with a look at four things to know about the weather we're having today. >> yes, indeed. the thunderstorms from last night are long gone. skies are clearing, humidity is falling. all good news in the forecast. a cool change at least for today and tomorrow. our two-daybreak from the heat and humidity. the heat blast is ahead. there is a triple digit threat as we go into the weekend and the early parts of next week. for today, sunny and high. temperatures into the upper 80s. back
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Dec 5, 2016 5:00am EST
them. the thing is we don't have formal relations in order to keep a tenuous relationship with china where it needs to be. those two countries not getting along, not recognizing them. of a big deal, although the administration is not really saying a lot about it at all. >> all right. tracie potts on the hill for us. tracie. >> we have breaking news on the road. we want to check in with melissa mollet. melissa. >> breaking news continuing this morning. 95 southbound there after want co-a two-mile backup is what i was trying to say there because of this closure. here's what we know so far. all lanes are blocked there and right now state police road and over to avoid sounds like this was a crash between a tractor trailer and a military vehicle. may have one overturned. we do have a spill in the roadway. southbound, b.w. parkway before 32, crashed. also has an accident there causing some slowdowns and southbound georgia near iowa, we've been talking about this for some time. at least one lane blocked there. good morning, tom kierein. i'm glad to see the rain has stopped and the wet roads
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Aug 7, 2017 5:00am EDT
region after the u.n. put down these sanctions that were unanimously approved, including by china, and that was pretty significant. it could make a pretty big dent in north korea's economy. about a third of its exports a billion dollars. but they won't kick in right away. reaction this morning from north korea. they're saying they'll take righteous action against the sanctions which they believe infringe on their sovereignty. but the job of secretary tillerson this morning in manila is to focus on north korea and try to pull all of our southeastern allies together. he says going into a meeting with japan that they've made some progress. >> tracie potts for us on the hill. thank you. >>> we do have a big warning if you drive the beltway this this has a lot of you talking. starting today you could get a ticket in maryland thanks to those new speed cameras. they've been giving out warnings for weeks now, but not anymore. >> news4's amy cho is live with how you can avoid an actual ticket. >> reporter: chris, angie, good morning. it's pretty simple, really. all you have to do is slow d
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Aug 14, 2017 5:00am EDT
more from him today? >> he is coming back to sign a memorandum related to china trade and starting an investigation into that. now, there may be some comments from the president later on today. we're not expecting something, however, there's been sharp criticism as you know against what he didn't say. we could hear some of those comments going further later on today. >> all right. edward lawrence live on capitol hill for us this morning. edward, thank you. >>> the vice president, mike pence defended the president's response to the incident in charlottesville. he went further in singling out white nationalists for the violence. >> we have no tolerance for r e supremacists, neo-nazis or the kkk. these dangerous fringe groups have no place in american public life and in the american debate. we condemn them in the strongest possible terms. >> right now the vice president is touring latin america and latin american countries. they accused the media of being more concerned with president trump's response than with condemning the violence. >>> 5:48 now. guam is as prepared as any american co
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Feb 25, 2016 5:00am EST
korea because of that launch. the u.s. and china agreed last night, united nations security council diplomats say russia, britain and fraps france have all seen a draft of the sanctions. >>> and there are several simple tests you can do at home to check your health. whatever your size or shape, doing something as simple as a plank can to a lot. if you can hold for two minutes, you're in pretty good shape. but if you carrying too much weight. another simple test, drawing a clock may tell you if you need to visit a neurologist. >> so this is actually checking a couple things. coordination, your cognitive acts and somebody with dementia might leave out some numbers or not be able to follow instructions. >> doctors say don't confuse the test with a diagnosis. >> we're going to do some planks after the show. centers for disease control says the flu season is in full swing but the vaccine is helping most people. it's nearly 60% effective. most of flu virus has been from the h1n1 strain. the cdc says the flu season had a late start, but activity is lower than the last three seasons. it sti
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Nov 10, 2017 5:00am EST
appeared to be a rebuke of china on trade. he won't allow the u.s. to be taken advantage of or he pledged to always put america first. >>> the white house is weighing in on bombshell reports that could upend the alabama senate race. >> the republican candidate, judge roy moore, forced a 14-year-old girl into a sexual encounter when he was 32. mr. trump believes if these allegations are true, judge moore will do the right thing and step aside. >>> the election is next month. judge moore denies the allegations. >>> a new set of sexual misconduct allegations centers on comedian louis c.k. we'll have more on that later in this hour. >>> a family accusing a former maryland teacher's aide of abusing their child wants to do more. one of his victims will hold a news conference. the school system. bell also pleaded not guilty to federal charges of child pornography earlier this week. >>> sutherland springs, texas, church where 26 people died in a mass shooting will be torn down. the pastor said it would be too hard to have services there after what happened. meanwhile, the air force says it's laun
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Oct 31, 2016 5:00am EDT
, this happened in china. everyone ends up okay. the two-year-old boy fell out of the apartment. the boy got stick in the window security bars and is dangling. his parents were not home at the time. a passerby called for help and that is when a neighbor jumped into action here, he scaled up equipment and he held onto the boy until firefighters got there. >> he is a hero. >> absolutely. >>> it is 5:56. a tribute for a friend caused a terrorism scare at the metropolitan opera over the weekend. police in new york city say someone from texas scattered their friends ashes in the orchestra pit on saturday. they say the friend loved opera. investigators at first thought the substance could have been anthrax or something worse. police don't think the person was t >>> this morning, north dakota police are investigating a fire near the north dakota pipeline protest camps. the fire broke out yesterday morning. crews were forced to call in the national guard because of the rugged terrain there. they used two black hawk helicopters with 600 gallon water buckets to put out the fire. no one was hur
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Aug 21, 2017 5:00am EDT
spiders apparently freaked out a little bit. during past eclipses in china, spiders started to deconstruct their web, packing it up. >> all is lost. >> the zookeepers say don't be alarmed. this eclipse will not set off a violent reaction from animals. >> they're confused. they need the sun to figure out what to do. >>> a big thank you for helping us make clear the huge success. adoption fees were waived at many local shelters this weekend. that meant more than 1300 animals found new loving homes. that includes dogs and cats, even some mice. i don't understand that. across country, more than 60,000 pets found new families. if you adopted a new furry friend, we'd love to see the pictures. tweet us as nbc washington and we'll share your pictures. we really appreciate you make thg su ing this such a success. >>> sheena parveen was out with the pets on saturday. it was a good day, right? >> fantastic. so many waiting in line. the first person was there at 2:00 in the morning. can you believe that? for a puppy. the puppy is obviously the first ones to go. a lot of animals found lovin
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Aug 29, 2017 5:00am EDT
. you take a look here. a woman was in the subway in china when she fell through the floor. it looks like she would have been trapped if someone hadn't jumped in and grabbed her by the arm. take a look again. barely caught her before she was gone. this was in front of an escalator. the floor was br. spot. several other people got involved here. again, we understand that woman is going to be okay. >>> an incredible story of neighbors helping neighbors continuing to come in from texas during the destructive flooding there. >> it is a storm unlike anything seen and so is the outpouring of support. volunteers with boats, risking their lives to help others trapped in those floodwaters. rescuers are using their own boats to guide victim to safety now. >>> check out this pastor from houston. he swam out to flooded cars to see if anybody was trapped incompetent side. he checked every car near a freeway, even climbing on top of them. the preacher said every car was empty. >> you have probably seen this viral photo of a resourceful dog. but the photo doesn't tell the entire story. he bolted do
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Sep 15, 2017 5:00am EDT
china to take action. >> tracie potts on the hill. thank you. >>> it's 5:48. you might want to think twice if you're headed to downtown d.c. this weekend. dozens of events are planned, including a pro-trump event called the mother of all rallies. >> news 4's megan mcgrath is working for you, what you need to know. it could cause problems this weekend. >> reporter: weave protests that could bring quite a few people near the national mall. also a lot of street festivals, a ball game. you name it. in a situation like this, with so many visitors coming to town, you would want to take public transportation. the smithsonian metro station for example. however, at the request of law enforcement, this station is going to be now, lots of road closures. you need to be aware of. take a look. this map gives you the leif the land. you're talking about major roads. madison and jefferson on either side of the mall. a section of independence avenue and a lot of other areas in between. what's going on? one of the big events is billed as the mother of all rallies. president trump supporters are g
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Apr 25, 2016 5:00am EDT
the middle of the road. this is in china. it totally caved in. can you imagine if you were driving right there? >> if you look at the edge of that -- >> how do you know it won't continue to spread. the sendi sinkhole was more than six feet deep. no way to know that that kind of thing is coming. >>> let's check the roads around here. >> melissa mollett with your first 4 traffic. breaking news? >> breaking news on the beltway. this will be a big problem here. outer loop at 123, all lanes there shut down because of that vehicle fire and an overturned car there in that area. so right now we ha red line single tracking between van ness and dupont circle. 270 south rolling along just fine. to which the beltway over to 270, fine. quantico to the built way is also fine. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in your car. >>> glad to hear there are no sinkhole concerns in our commute. weather-wise we're off to a quiet start. skies are mostly clear. there are a few clouds out there, but they're not rain making cloud. so the kiddos on their way out, it will be chilly in the mid to u
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Sep 25, 2015 5:00am EDT
, every 20 minutes. >> president obama and xi are meeting to discuss cyber security, china's economy, and human rights issues. the two are also expected to talk about climate change. in a couple of minutes tracie potts joins us live with what and how -- or how this meeting could be affecting you. >>> in the meantime michelle obama will take a trip to the national zoo. kristin wright is there. you're expecting to make a pretty special announcement. >> that's right. the first lady of washington and the first lady of china are going to tour the zoo with the panda. this is kind of a park for visiting the first family. it's also a celebration of the longstanding collaboration between the u.s. and china in science collaboration and giant panda conservation. these days everybody is talking about the new panda cub. we have a live picture from the live panda cam this morning and we just got word from the zoo that the began cub born last month is doing well, up to nearly three pounds now. so apparently mei xiang, mama mei xiang and the team at the zoo are taking good care of the new cub. as me
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Nov 9, 2017 5:00am EST
shooting. >>> president trump is in china and right now he is on his way to his final event in beijing. there is a state dinner in about 20 minutes. >> during his trip, president trump met with business leaders. china ease premiere and president kping ping. pet talked about the trade deficit with china. he said he doesn't blame china for doing something but there has to be a level there will be more later this hour. >>> ralph northam made his first appearance on wednesday as virginia's governor-elect. during the first appearance, he said he will work with the white house and pledged to fight for responsible gun control and affordable quality health care. his biggest challenge will be how to stop the growing opioid crisis. northam was one of many democrats who swept tuesday's elections. congressional republicans are trying to figure out how to win back voters. >>> i think it simply means we got to deliver. >> it's important for republicans to self-reflect all the way, starting from the top all the way down. >> tuesday's losses may not be over for the gop. four delegate race this
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Dec 9, 2016 5:00am EST
ambassador to china and billionaire is his pick for labor secretary. >> police are investigating a shooting on northea. they say he was not breathing at the time. we'll update you as we learn more on this developing story. >>> today the community will continue to rally around comet ping-pong in northwest washington. neighbors and the community are being encouraged to visit the no one was hurt. >>> today the man accused of killing his estranged wife in ash burn will be sentenced. a a judge rejected a motion to set aside a guilty verdict. a jury recommended a a life sentence of 16 years. back in 2014 police say he broke into his wife's home and suffocated her. he staged the crime to look like a suicide. >>> six years after two women were raped at today their attacker will be sentenced. this video shows him in the blue and white beanie looking for potential victims. this was on january 2010. he locked one of the victims inside of a restroom and raped her e repeatedly. he was previously sentenced to 90 years in prison after pleading guilty in 2010. he appealed and after a new trial thi
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Nov 8, 2017 5:00am EST
the nbc washington app. >>> right now president trump and the first lady are having dinner in china with that country's president. it is happening in the forbidden city. this trip like mr. trump's visit to south korea is expected to have a heavy focus on north korea. before the president left south korea he spoke to that country's national assembly and he returned to the tough talk aimed at the north. >> do not underestimate us, and do not try us. we will defend our common security, our shared prosperity and our sacred liberty. >>> the president said it is up to all nations to help denuclearize north korea. >>> your next tweet can go a little twitter has doubled the character limit. >> do you have that much to say? >> i do. >> you do. you may not want to hear it but i have a lot to say. >> it's too much. the social media company began testing the new format last month. they said the 140 character said it made people edit their post too much or not send at all. >> they did a test run with this and what they found was that most people still kept it close to at least that 140 limit. th
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Dec 12, 2016 5:00am EST
the election to help him win. >>> meanwhile china says it has serious concern about trump's comments suggesting he's reconsidering america's relationship with taiwan. and fox news sunday, trump said he doesn't feel, quote, bound by a one china policy unless we make a deal with china having to do with other things including trade, end quote. china considers taiwan to be a part of china and any reference to a separate taiwanese government is considered an insult. >>> new this morning, a guilty verdict in the killing of ex-nfl player will smith. late last night, a jury in new orleans found cardell hayes guilty of manslaughter. prosecutors had tried him on second degree murder for shooting the football star after a traffic crash in april. long trial. hayes argued he shot the popular football star saying he was drunk, violent and even grabbed a gun. this man now faces up to 40 years when he's sentenced in february. >>> it is 5:08. today the mother of two children who disappeared in 2014 is due back in court. there is a competency hearing scheduled to catherine hoggle. montgomery county po
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Jul 11, 2017 5:00am EDT
we first loved. he lives in china. he received special birthday wishes from the u.s. and china. he became a bit of a celebrity in d.c. his stay here at the national zoo was extended twice because he was so popular. china has relationships with 12 zoos in ten countries to exchange giant pandas. they're always so popular. when he left, people did not know we would get two new cubs at the zoo. we had bao bao and now bay bay. enjoy him while we can. >> after they get -- maybe 20 years in the wild? >> okay. it might be a little longer, you would think. >> what are you looking at? >> i'm a google machine. >> the worldwide web. >> going to be hot today, though. >> woo-hoo. >> hot for an ice cake. i love hhe panda. >> when is your birthday? >> may 29th. >> anyway, i like that fact by the way. >> going to be too hot for an ice cake today. too hot tomorrow and wait until thursday. hottest day of the week. look at this beautiful sunrise coming up over thin clouds on the horizon. otherwise, we're looking at partly cloudy skies today with a chance for a couple afternoon thunderstorms. but reall
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Nov 17, 2015 5:00am EST
the philippines now. >>> tensions are building over control of the south china sea. the philippines, china, vietnam and at least three other countries all claim control over several islands there. china started bulling air fields there, but said today it is showing great restraint by not seizing the islands outright. the competition could come to a head at two regional summits in that area this week. >>> it is snowing. out west. out west right new. look at the storm, though. dumping snow on colorado at this hour. and this is what it looked like in utah overnight. more than six inches of snow fell there. as many as 18 more inches expected today. this is why we don't live in colorado. you and i, we wouldn't make it. >> weather always moves east. don't worry. today, this week, chuck, we're doing okay, still fairly warm for this time of year, right. >> warmer than average today and tomorrow and into thursday as well. that big mess of snow and severe weather in the midsection of the country, that will be impacting our thursday morning commute. thursday will be a weather alert day here fo
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Aug 26, 2015 5:00am EDT
markets across the globe. the asian markets are mixed. some up, some down. china's index fell, despite beijing cutting a key interest rate to help stabilize the financial market. now, most of the southeast asian markets fell wednesday. japan's nikkei rose just over 2%. this morning, investors on wall street hope u.s. stocks will rebound. the dow dropped six days straight, losing 205 points yesterday. back to you, guys. >> kristin, thank you. >>> new this morning, the washington, d.c. area has the worst gridlock in the country. at least that's according to a new study from texas a&m. it says that commuters in the region waste more fuel than any other commuters. how bad is it, meagan fitzgerald keeping a close eye on the commute. meagen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, aaron. it's pretty bad. that's why it doesn't come as a shock to a lot of folks, you take that commute every day. usually what it comes down to k carefully crafting what time you hit the roadway. we all know, wait another 30, 45 minutes not going to look like this. but the study said d.c. commuters waste nor time
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Jul 22, 2016 5:00am EDT
. back to you. >>> 75 people dead or missing in northern china after the region's worst flooding in years and more heavy downpours are still coming. this has been going on since tuesday. as a result, thousands of people evacuated and hundreds of flights and trains canceled coming in and out of beijing. now the concern is the embankments along the rivers in central china. that's why we're seeing troops, heavy equipment on the ground in that area to be able to help. at the live desk, i'm erika gonzalez. >>> it is now 5:13. developing now. been suspended. this is what we're hearing from authorities this morning out of australia, china, and malaysia this morning. spending two years searching, scouring the indian ocean and finding nothing. 239 passengers on board that flight that have never been seen or heard from again. a flight from kuala lumpur to beijing. however, authorities have said should they get some credible information, the search could resume. >>> back to our coverage of decision 2016 now. starting this weekend, i'll be part of our team coverage of the democratic national co
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Mar 24, 2017 5:00am EDT
moving into her new home today. it's a conservation research center for giant pandas in china. she will have a playground to share with her brother. zoo keepers say she's in good health and gaining weight. >>> we're also staying on top of the effort to s meals' murder. erika gonzalez is in the news room with the latest. >> a person of interest in this killing and we've got video to show you. the man seen on surveillance cam are, police are also looking for her blue toyota prius that you see here in the picture. investigators believe that could lead them to her killer. her body was found tuesday in a basement apartment near h street northeast. friends of hers from the cincinnati area say they just cannot understand why somebody would hurt her. >> she was someone that brought people together in a positive, constructive way that -- for the good of people. i think that would be the way she wanted to be remembered. >> reporter: those friends say she was a loving person. want you to take car one more time and that picture. if you take a closer look at the car, if we go back to that, you see t
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Aug 17, 2016 5:00am EDT
swerved at an intersection in china and rolled people nearby pulled the woman out of the van. they needed special tools to get a man out. both are still in the hospital. unclear whether the truck driver was hurt. how the crash happened is still under investigation. >>> starting today, law enforcement agencies across the country will mobilize to curb drunk driving. the drive sober or get pulled over initiative takes effect today through labor day. you will see more ads and social media campaigns and increasing policing on the roads. >>> news for your heflt now, strollers may not be as safe as you think. a report says more than 350,000 children were hurt in strollers between 1990 and 2010. one-third of the kids suffered concussions after hitting their heads. experts say it's important to buckle up your child into his or her stroller at all tiles. don't hang heavy items on the handles that could cause them to tip over, tip backward. the child hits their head on the ground, be sure to get a model weight limit. see this all the time. >>> want to show you some current temperatures around here.
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Jul 6, 2017 5:00am EDT
live desk. reports of a deadly bus crash in southern china. at least 19 people killed after a bus flipped over on the highway. reports say 44 people were on board that bus. an officer reports it had been raining in that area. a deadly bus crash in southern china, at least 19 killed. back to you in the studio. >> thank you so much, adam. >>> an alias helped a man slip into the u.s. after being deported to el salve dor. he faced a federal judge yesterday. he's accused of hitting an immigration officer to escape custody after being picked up monday on charges of being drunk. last week, the house passed kate's law that increases prison time for undocumented immigrants. president trump supports it, but it has to pass the senate before making it to the white house. it is named for kate steinley, a woman killed in san francisco by a felon. >>> 5:53 right now. you still can't take visitors to the top of the washington monument. there is some progress in the overhaul of the there. they started to search for a company to put in a new elevator. it should be secured by august. it will cost up
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Sep 4, 2017 5:00am EDT
little boy stuck in a well for 10 hours. he fell into a tiny hole in china on saturday. the well was only 8 inches wide. they were finally able to get him out using a rope that they secured around his arms. he's said to be in good condition. >>> explosives experts all day to diffuse this bomb. bomb was dropped more than 70 years ago. it was still dangerous. someone found it at a construction site last week and the fire chief warned an uncontrolled explosion could flatten a city block. more than 60 auz people were vac wapted so experts could diffuse >>> touchdown confirmed at 8:21 central time, 9:21 p.m. eastern time. >> what a beautiful sight. a nasa astronaut made her way back to earth. that's peggy whitson and her crew mates after completing the mission to the international space station. this put her in first place for u.s. space endurance. the 57-year-old spent a total of 665 days off the planet. 288 days were on this latest mission alone. that's more time than any other american and any other woman worldwide. fantastic. >>> people who use the popular trail between bethesda and s
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Dec 19, 2016 5:00am EST
those times. >>> angie goff has new video out of china. >> and take a look just got in. all of the smog, reason there is a red alert. beijing engulfed in the choking smog. hundreds of plants and tfactoris forced to close and number of cars on the road greatly restricted. they are seeing an upsurge of respiratory related illness. china's long standing pollution problem has been blamed on the reliance of coal and emissions of all those cars. >> angie goff from the live desk, thank you. >>> disturbing developments out of jordan, an attack in a big tourist area. nine people including one tourist from canada are dead. you're looking at new video, people just terrified and trying to run away from that area. and police responding. this happened in the cistcity. they killed four attackers who shot police and civilians. >>> the minnesota police officer accused of castile will be in the court p the office said he thought castille was reaching for a gun. castille's girlfriend streamed the aftermath on facebook which sparked nationwide protest. if convicted, yanez could face up to ten years in pris
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Nov 20, 2015 5:00am EST
china. >> they're so cute. look, look. they'll stay there until they're 4 years old. i love them. they roll around. eat the frozen ice pop treats for their birthdays. >> now we know what to get you for christmas. >> baby panda? >> yes. i'm on it. i'll go to jail first. >> whatever. >> 5:24. >>> a health alert right now out of liberia. confirmation in that there is a new case of ebola. after the country was finally declared ebola-free by the world health organization nation. this time it's a 10-year-old boy. a child. he's at triemt center. back to you. >>> top u.s. officials say there is no credible threat of something like that happening here, but that's not stopping congress from taking action. >> we told you about the controversy comment donald trump and ben carson made about isis. now we're getting responses from the democratic side. what the two front-runners have to say. >>> saturday night snowflakes. chuck bell says here, but that's not stopping things you need to know about >>> break news out of mali right now. a hostage situation happening in radisson blue hotel in bamako. 140
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Jan 23, 2017 5:00am EST
one child to two-child policy went into effect last year. china had more than 17.8 million newborns in 2016. that is up about 1.4 million. in had 2015. china is just a big country. >> exactly. >>> police in ecuador say they've arrested the man who stole more than $1 million worth of gold in new york last september. he was shown stealing an 86 pound bucket of gold flakes from the back of an armored truck. he will face charges in had ecuador since that country does not allow extradition. >>> it is a weather alert day. as you head back to work, we are working with you with team coverage from the roads and our storm team 4 meteorologist. >>> plus, wrongly arrested. how dozens of people taken robert: i've always had high blood pressure. but now i was getting these terrible headaches. and i was tired literally all the time. something wasn't right. most people don't find out they have chronic kidney disease until it is very advanced. in fact, my friend ron paul was one of those affected. but a simple test can help save your life. talk to your doctor or contact the gw ron and joy paul kidne
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Dec 28, 2015 5:00am EST
light the partnership. it aims to compete with china. others include close guantanamo bay. >>> police are looking for a man who robbed a supermarket in bodega. police say the suspect pulled out a gun and demanded money from an employee who was closing the store at the time. the store owner says he got away with $20,000 but investigators have not been able to confirm that exact amount. >>> in the new year they can share a new state-of-the-art training facility. the sheriff says the new indoor center will teach officers better de-escalation techniques. the facilities should open in the summer. >>> you are going to start to feel a big difference in the temperatures when you step outside today. chuck will tell us how to plan ahead if you're traveling this week. >> talk about getting a little exercise. one athlete's big journey that took him across 7 thousand nautical miles. >> we've got new >>> david culver at the live desk. we just got news feed of a suicide bombing at an airport. they say the blast killed at least one person. 13 others hurt. a taliban spokesperson claiming responsibilit
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