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propose turning medicaid into a block grant program. that's exciting a lot of controversy in virginia right now and our legislature. and you have repeatedly voted program forchip kids, at one point calling it socialized medicine. you have proposed a restructuring of medicare that cbo found would increase out-of-pocket cost for seniors. that's about 1.3 million virginians. of theport repeal affordable care act. this about half a million virginians on the exchanges and hundreds of thousands of others who otherwise benefit. planned to defund parenthood. tens of thousands of virginians use planned parenthood is the primary health care provider. these programs provide health care coverage for millions of virginians area there is some overlap. there are tens of millions of americans. many of them have very limited means. a consistency to your position in some ways across these programs that i view is critical to the health safety net. i know senators franken and ofray used the hippocratic what first do no harm" in questions before i came. the president and congress should strive to do no ha
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
their best to leave extinction in their dust. chip reid, cbs news, front royal, virginia. >> pelley: that's the cbs evening news. and for all of us at cbs news all around the >>> washington celebrates the dc sports trifecta. this place is finally a new sports town. >>> how this woman went from the classroom to spilling pills on the street. >>> what are we to make of fox news dumping bill o'reilly? we will go off script with a prominent local attorney. >>> this is a live look at paris . french prosecutors say that an attack that killed one police officer and wounded two others has happened. the shooter was killed by police. isis is claiming responsibility. president donald trump reacted to the shooting.
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
in virginia. >> yup. >> people are just going to have all eyes on this to see how this happens. >> what's fascinating too we talk about these special elections. there's one coming up in montana. democrats are making serious in roads. they have a democratic governor so there you have it, it's one of those strange anomalies of politics. >> it swings both ways. >> it really does. >> depends on who is in the white house sometimes. >> no kidding. >> some analysts say the presidential election and the historic victory of president trump sparked this voter interest in politics. jonathan allen and amy parnes wrote the book shattered inside hillary clinton's doomed campaign sort of a behind the scenes look at hillary's big loss. guys thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having us. >> let me start, i've heard adjectives, juicy gripping, can't put this down. the process of putting this together and doing all the interviews, what's the one big thing that surprised you or stuck out to you as you were writing this book? >> we were kind of surprised by, you know, a lot of aides, hillary clinton's aide
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
extinction in their dust. chip reid, cbs news, front royal, virginia. >> pelley: that's the cbs evening news. and for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. ♪ >>> tonight -- the "guardians of the galaxy" premiere shuts down hollywood. >> oh, my god, this is unbelievable. >> as the stars form our stage. >> look at you guys. >> from chris an anna's date night prep -- >> you saw that? >> to kurt and goldie's special guests. >> i think our stock is going up right now. >> as vin diesel's kids steel the spotlight. >> i'm having the best time in the world right now. >>> then, beyonce's baby watch. new video of queen bee after dark. >> and -- >> i really want a bike. >> i thought i was going to get a motorbike. >> christian bale three decades after "empire of the sun." >> 30 years, nice. >>> now for april 20th, 2017, this is "entertainment tonight."
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
fire in virginia beach. it started while two men were working on the boat. one had hospital. jonathan: people relaxing on the beach, this is in singer island florida, they were on the chairs. that washed ashore. it happened this morning. a big surprise. a barge washed up. it's not a ghost ship. michelle: now caught on the video. the sparks fly before a group of burglars find himself -- actually, one particular finds himself stuck up a creek. the thief broke in a chick-fi-la in houston. he ran and covered himself up with mud and a bush. k9 found him easily. jonathan: still ahead, tractor trailer blocking the beltway. this is a mess. the brute force the highway workers use to get the commuter route open. michelle: a shocking scene, a semi dragging a car refusing to stop. the reason the driver gave after he was forced to put it in it's league night!? 'saved money on motorcycle insurance with geico! goin' up the country. bowl without me. frank.' i'm going to get nachos. snack bar's closed. gah! ah, ah ah. ♪ ♪ i'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? ♪
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
when that blackhawk helicopter went down in leonardtown virginia. the chopper was on a routine training flight when it crashed on a golf course. specialist jeremy tomlin was killed. two other soldiers were hurt. a tomlin will be held tomorrow at 10:30 at fort belvoir. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. >> fire investors say a treadmill sparked a fire at a house in reston. everyone inside in the house got out safely. crews had the fire under control within about 10 minutes. investigators say the fire was an accident. >> metro general manager paul wiedefeld has a new plan on the table to save the troubled transit agency. the price tag is a whopper. wiedefeld wants local governments to create $500 million a year in dedicated regional funding for capitol projects for memorial day he also wants to bid out some of the jobs currently done by metro's unions. the plan also calls for changing service schedules to respond to ridership levels. the general manager says any delay would reverse the progress that's been made with safe track repairs. >> here's what we're working on toni
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
back here in just a minute. >>> a high school in virginia joins colin kaepernick on the list of the most influential people. gavin grimm made the list because of his fight to use the boys' bathroom at county school. he's transgender and at 17 years old is the youngest person on this year's list. he joins many other faces which you may be more familiar, such as president donald trump, his daughter ivanka, her husband, jared kushner, this eclectic mix of names also includes olympic gymnastic champion simone biles and the actress viola davis. >>> nbc4 is working with a fairfax county group that's trying to end homelessness, and celebrating a big turn-out at its spring fund-raiser. they've been helping low income families and individuals for 30 years. they fed and house the 280 people during the winter months. the hot meals program operates all year round. but the organization also helps with job training, career counselling and tutoring for the children of those facing challenges. >> facets has caring case workers, case you, care for you, show you love. and the good thing about
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
in hundreds of bomb threats, in january, a black waitress in virginia claimed a customer wrote on the receipt, "great service, don't tip black people." >> shocked, very shocked. >> the customer maintained that it was written by the waitress who was upset over her one cent tip for bad service. and a muslim woman who claims that three men attacked her and tried to pull off her key job was accused of the campus focused on micro-aggressions and safe spaces is the perfect incubator to fake hate crimes. >> this isn't just my opinion. this is apparently widely recognized them. i would say 80% of events that occur on the campus are hoaxes or pranks. >> they believe that vacate makes up only a tiny fraction of the real thing. >> we have tracked a spike in hate crimes since particularly the election. so in the week after the election we tracked 111 separate incidents. >> there was a time at which the institutions that dominated and provided that social control were the church and involve and educational systems, and i think that has shifted, and this results in the dumbing down of the consumer. >> one
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
:00, witness a young northern virginia girl play the violin with her prosthetic arm for the very first time. >>> but up next why saying goodbye to home won't be so tough for this teen who is bound for college. >>> and then at 6:30 on the cbs evening news with scott pelley, is there a link between diet soda and dementia? fios is not cable. we're wired differently. maybe that's why we've been ranked highest in customer satisfaction by jd power 4 years in a row. and now you can love fios too. get 150 meg internet, tv and phone. with a two-year agreement. it's the only internet with equal upload and download ee spds. cable only offers upload speeds that are a fraction of the download speeds. plus get hbo for a year and free multi-room dvr service for two years. and verizon wireless customers can stream tv on the fios mobile app, data-free. get the best. go to getfios.com >>> this fall a high school ni going to go to college to pursue a degree in texas. shawn gigy explains. >>
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
to the west. you can see these storms coming our way. and a new push of energy for northern virginia. we'll talk about what it means to your friday and the weekend. could be a wash-out weekend. that's coming up about 5:00, police have arrested an elementary schoolteacher and basketball coach on disturbing charges. christopher speights is accused of distributing and possessing child pornography. investigators found it in his home this morning. he's been a substitute teacher and coach at brad bury heights in prince george's county. he also coached at south county sports academy, prince george's county school district is contacting parents right now. >>> now to the first part of what is being called a congressional joint session. police arrested several people during a free cannibis give-away today on capitol hill. this happened as they were handing out joints to congressional staff members. mark segraves shows you the arrests live on facebook this afternoon. he's still on the hill with a look at what led to these arrests. mark? >> reporter: good afternoon, wendy. the organizers thought the
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
in elkins, west virginia. we show you the 24-hour temperature change compared to yesterday at this time. we are 20 to 25 degrees warmer. so a we will see the warm air that will stick around for day tomorrow. followed by a cold front. this is what is going on. stormwatch7 satellite and radar. the strongest of the storms are off toward the north of us. north of the mason dixon line across pennsylvania. for us, the only bad weather or severe weather we have in our area is just on off toward the south and the west where a newly issued severe thunderstorm warning until 5:30. this is for rappahannock county. and the shenandoah county. this is not moving fast. to the east at 10 miles per hour. i will likely fizzle out moving to the east. luray looking to the west, you can see on the horizon. likely to dump heavier rain and the gustier winds. heading to the immediate metro area, no problem at all. at least now. but it's dry for thursday evening rush hour commute. flip over to the live doppler radar. not a lot going ifler j is are bothering, blame the oak, sweet gum and the sycamore. the rain this a
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
.c. t-maryland, virginia, all sending metro an annual $500 million form wmata's long term infrastructure and maintenance needs. now, does that mean a new tax? does it mean some sort of just regular payment? that's not exactly put down in paper just yet. he's left that up to the local governments month. he also wants to bid out some of these jobs that metro has that has currently done by their unions. how would that work? well, the union would then have to go out and bid for those jobs against private you will not be surprised to learn this is resoundly being denounced by metro's union and they are already vowing to fight these kinds of moves and cuts to any benefits for metro employee workers. the plan also calls for in some timely changes to metro train and bus schedules, making quicker changes when needed or putting less service on when it's not needed. the bottom line here wiedefeld says is that all of these changes and financial improvements are needed. if not, all of the progress he say that have been made over the past year in the safe track repairs could be put at risk. >> it's ju
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
of west virginia, and pushing into virginia proper as well. you can see this line just off to the south here producing lightening and thunder right now. thinks all movinge as part and parcel of the larger system. actual cold front is back here across the great lakes, portions of indiana and ohio. that comes through tomorrow morning. starting from 8:00 tonight until 8:00 tomorrow morning we will have a chance for pop up showers and storms. as i see that system approach it has been a gorgeous, warm afternoon, 75 in wilmington right now. seventy-seven in millville. seventy-six here in philadelphia. but behind that front is a whole lot cooler, actual front , we talk about going through great lakes is just 65 in chicago, 57 in des moines, 48 in minneapolis, contrast that with 80's here in st. louis and lexington. cold air is pushing our way and will get here by weekend. even off to the west we see kutztown, and cloud are starting to increase, just a bit but through the rest of this evening, things looking pretty nice. further west you are, quicker those included will arrive but for the most
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
and saturday the cold front is sweeping in from the north and sinking down to virginia and dropping the temperatures to around 66 degrees and a low along this front will be developing and that will bring the possible of some late showers on saturday and going into saturday night and possibly into early on sunday morning and this is a change it looks like the low would sit in this region and moving on with sun developing late sunday afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast warm with scattered storms at times and not a washout tomorrow at 76 degrees and saturday cooler and late showers developing at 66 and then as we get into sunday early showers again 60 and cooler with sun developing and a lot of clouds monday and some sun at 66 and a lot of clouds tuesday a few showers of 63 and turns brighter and warmer mid to late week thursday and the nfl draft 77 partly sunny on thursday. are we ready to go? >> you are ready to go. look who i got. you do the joy stick. push that forward you know what to do. this is adam and adam is my producer, meteorologist paul, the extraordina
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 4:26pm EDT
west virginia? any chance you'll be going to west virginia? wondering. >> i think west virginia thought was an honorary citizen for a over the past few years. i've been to morgantown lots of times. your salient point, senator. big believer that one of ae reasons that we have responsibility to fund our basic research, and a lot of times we don't know what the outcome of be. is going to we hope we know how it's gonna turn out. senator rice, it may be a generation down the road on research. but with our applied research, idea aboutot better how it reaches fruition, how it commercialized. i saw that as the governor of create a helped fund -- and, again, i don't get confused about the difference between federal government and state government. both stronge supporters of federalism. but my life's experiences are to affect the way that i operate as the secretary of if i am confirmed. be one of those happens to about investing in the technology that can be commercialized to improve people's quality of life. one of the things that senator and i talked about in his office was, you know, and i and
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
the opened -- opioid epidemic. the district of columbia will get $2 million. virginia will get close to $10 million. and maryland will probably get the same amount as virginia. how about this? speaking of money. smoking in new york city could get more expensive. the mayor there is pushing to have the highest prices in the entire country. mayor de blasio wants to see a pack of cigarettes go up to $13 a pack, which is up from $10.50. lawmakers will consider the bill sometimes later this month. >> a new blow to newspapers. they are going to spend less on the sunday circulars. instead they will spend more on digital media and the deals personalized to shoppers. the sunday circulars as they are called use to be a staple of the weekend and are largely credited to help keep the newspapers popular in the recession. and you got to see this. china launching the cargo spacecraft. it's a crucial step to develop a space station in the future. they have an ambitious space program with a goal of landing on the moon by 2018 and on mars by 2020. >> and lift off! they are on their way to the international sp
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
is less of a concern. but to make it happen, legislators from d.c., maryland, and virginia have to be on board. but he says he's optimistic. >> elected officials, federal elected officials, riders, again, have repeatedly said to me the system cannot fail. we've got to get this right. the future of this region is dependent upon it and we have to do what it takes to get there. that's why i'm positive about it. >> reporter: he said he has been working the phones, talking to legislators, talking to elected board, to answer questions and pan out exactly what it is that he's requesting and where the money will go. chris? >> meagan, you can call it a lot of different things. it boils down to a tax. how are you gonna get folks in d.c., maryland, and virginia, to all get on board with generating this half a billion dollars? >> reporter: yeah, it's a good question. we spoke with d.c. councilman jack evans and he says d.c. is on board. he said it's up to the governors of maryland and virginia to convince the state legislators to vote to allow the seven jurisdictions where metro operates, t
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
in pennsylvania and virginia and some of that will come in here in the scattered variety as we go into the overnight hours tonight. a pretty cool, calm ride. it bounces around a bit here. you don't have to do a ton of work there are 20 attractions here at digger land you can drive and maneuver the big rigs. what do you think? >> it's cool. >> brian and monica i have a hard hat and my vest. wait until you see what i'm doing in the main forecast, i don't want to tell anybody yet. i don't want to give it away. i want it to be a surprise. coming up in just a little bit. >> pretty cool. keep us waiting. >> still ahead here today if you want one of the hot new tote bags you can head to ikea with a dollar. >>> and could the fountain of youth be in the delivery room. why umbilical cord blood may have the potential to reverse aging and if you friends and families have terrible taste when it comes to their love life. an app for that now. how wing man works. and andage able has the full forecast from able weather. >>> well, you just watched the dramatic public service announcement released b
of congress the following person, dr. sharon leon of fairfax, virginia. with best rishes wishes i am signed sincerely, karen l. house. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to section 2-b of house resolution 242, the house stands adjourned until noon on monday, april 24, 2017. common commitments in nato and the goals that were identified in 2014 and the commitments on military expenses and the contribution that each country must make towards collective security. we are proud of our contribution. and finally, italy is a country of dialogue. we are proud because we succeeded in keeping open the . ors and difficult crises ialogue can be useful. even vis-a-vis russia without obviously giving up our humanity and principles and without giving up our strength and our values. i also told president trump that we have confidence even though this is a difficult moment and we all know it's difficult right now. we have confidence in the future of the european union and certainly in the importance of the relationship between u.s. and italy. these are the two pillars that the trans-atlantic relationship is ba
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
between virginia street and ridge road. it starts in just minutes this afternoon. >>> caught on video, a confrontation between a man and a sonoma county sheriff's deputy who was later charged with assault. >> stand up. >> i'm not standing up. i'm in my house i'm sleeping. >> i've got you on video. >> go ahead taz me. >> ternando del viez. this video given to ktvu by his attorney tells ktvu this incident was quote, cut and dry case of excessive force. the attorney's client was also hit with the police baton. del vie sdvmentd. saying firing deputies scott thorn. he's now awaiting trial on felony. thorn's lawyer said the deputy acted in compliance with his training and he presented a danger. >>> we've been looking at candid conversation about police relations with the community being held at the local barbershop. >> it seems more people are getting involved with the most recent discussion drawing the largest and more diverse group yet. >> if we want change we have to be the change. >> that was the come seen for the discussion of san leandro. >> we need to be proactive in our own communit
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
was in a virginia teeirginia te vehicle -- vehicle and may have been on the move. we're not going to know for sure until police come to the microphones. clearly an escalating situation in paris. one police officer killed, multiple reports that the assailant, one assailant was taken down by police. we believe his life was ended. new pictures coming from paris from all the police cars lined up there. they have quite an investigation underway as we approach 10:00 p.m. along the champs elysees. here domestically, we wait for a news conference from the italian prime minister and our president meeting for the first time. we don't know the reason it's delayed, but it is. this was to have begun at 3:50 p.m. eastern they light time. these sort of functions, two nations leaders coming together, their timing on these matters, though presidents are notoriously late for standard, hey, what's up, to viewers and white house press conferences and that sort of thing. for these state affairs, they're on time. now i can say the players are walking to the room there. i would guess that european leaders would be monit
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
those folks in northern virginia in the that washington, d.c. suburbs who are responsible for counter terrorism, will begin to look at who the perpetrators were and whether or not they had any connections at all to any terrorist kres. i want to caveat this by saying, it is far too early to know at this hour whether or not this attack has any nexus to terrorism. but you point out a larger issue. here comes to rotating president of the g-7. the italian prime minister to the white house. to meet with the president of the united states at a time when europe is on edge. europe has been the subject of isis attacks, these massive influx of immigration, transatlantic ties are strained. not just because of the brexit vote but some rhetoric that the president of the united states has talked about in terms of getting to russia. these are issues that enfoinfor the context of the meeting of the g-7 presidency and as you look at this split screen if you will and look at the violent in paris. you will want to understand whether or not this is another example of terrorism in the streets of europe. br
, obviously the president is looking for: west virginia and waiting in that country, that's a space we haven't seen it all, the west as well so is changing the mix and what are you doing about planet? >> we are supportive of jobs. we know that coal is a big job creator in the united states. but we have to allow cold to succeed area where also a big supporter in natural gas, a supporter of fracking, supporter of energy independence. are supportive of the free market. those things have to work together and different speeds have different economics to them and we are allowing the free market to be the free market. the biggest issue for us is this administration in energy independence and making sure we can control our own destiny. >> that's in north america. >> for north america but for the us, look, we're most concerned about the us but then we care about north america, imported oil, we are starting to export these things and building up more and more terminals in the united states and exporting more lng. we happen to have a feedstock or btu component that the rest of the world needs. more and
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
the strategy in all of this. i want to read to you a quote from mark warner, the u.s. senator from virginia, the ranking democrat on the senate intel committee. he said this in a quote in "the new york times." in beijing, moscow, tehran, they are recalibrating their strategies. you can't denight because they don't have any idea how trump will respond. that might be great in the short term, he says, but it's not really a long-term strategy for asserting leadership in a world desperate for american leadership. and this is obviously speaking to -- the name of the article is bold unpredictable foreign policy lifts trump, but has risks. we heard from the president this week telling fox news he's not gonna telegraph his plans. >> well, frankly, i think that's the healthy challenge this president has put before us and before the world. some of that statement from senator warner could easily have been written in 2001 when people were drawing up theories about a cowboy from texas with swagger and a new approach to foreign policy. so there's a lot of this that echos of the past. but frankly, we are i
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
south of virginia street will be closed to traffic as well. turns out police will be using blank rounds, so if you're in the area you might hear what sounds like gun fire. that training will last between 1:00 and 3:00 this afternoon. >>> a u.s. veteran deported to mexico may be coming back to the united states. next, a major development after the nbc bay area investigative unit digs in. we talked with the man at the center of our story, live in tijuana along the mexico-u.s. border. he just learned he got executive clemency from california's governor. >>> before we go to break i want to he sho you how to join our community on the waze application. leverage the power of us all as well as the power of google. go to your waze on iphone or android and in the bottom corner there will be a magnifying glass. you click on that and click at your name at the top. scroll down to see teams and pick ours, nbc bay area wazers. that's how you join the community, how we help each other out. we'll get back to you after this break. >>> coming up after "nbc bay area news" at 11:00, "access hollywood" live
virtual medicine. so kaiser permanente mid-atlantic in the washington maryland virginia area has a psychologist at a station that can visually interact with patients. they think this is very good for patients who have agoraphobia, fear of social situations, or depressed, can't get himself out of the house. they interact virtually and provide virtual therapy both on emergency basis and even on an ongoing basis. as i say these are early days in the behavioral health space. but the most places that have transformed and really taken, i won't say that really events on the chronic care management, this is the next big area. why? i think our clinic -- on chronic care management you can squeeze that 20% of your cost out if you do chronic care management will by reducing emergency room, reducing hospitalizations, keeping patients healthy. that's probably the limit of what you can squeeze at the venue need to go to the next thing and that is behavioral health. i think we'll have a real focus on that over the next five or ten years. well, as i say there are 12 transformational practices. i'
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm EDT
down out of southwestern virginia. we'll have to watch that because moving into temperatures in the 70s and energy with it so we certainly see what's going on with that as we head into the afternoon and the evening hours. i may have to step out here to do my computer manual lay lay- -manually. temperatures very nice into the 70s here in most spots one or two only seeing temperatures in the upper 60s. i want to point out a couple showers in west virginia watching that. temperatures now are sitting at 69 at national. a little bit co st. michaels north beach at 64 and lower 70s into the afternoon hours here right now and we are going to be seeing temperatures probably near 80. looking at the future cast pretty quiet notice at 4: 00 a couple of showers from frederick to culpepper. we'll see how much of that for himself for the evening and overnight things settle down. friday doesn't look bad but a threat for a couple of showers later in the afternoon and the weekend has a chance a pretty good one for rain developing on saturday. yellow weather alert and a reminder a forecast any time on the
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm EDT
a few showers passing this morning. you can see spotty showers through west virginia and we will see some of these hold together. a frontal system is wavering over our area and with such close proximity it could bring moisture. plenty of warm air to our west, southwest trying to bubble up and cooler air from the north. tomorrow will be fairly mild again and then we will see a drop a couple of showers may fire up but i think they are few and far between. not looking for anything strong or severe, but a shower or two during the drive time if something to watch for. morning, a bit of moisture early on but during the afternoon, a minimal chance. i do not see a lot happening until the weekend when the area of low pressure comes through. evening,ossible in the more the exception than the rule. tonight, the same thing. tomorrow will start off fairly comfortable, 60's tomorrow morning and 80's tomorrow afternoon. we are keeping a close eye on the weekend because we will be a little unsettled. saturday, more clouds around and cooler in the 60's. i expect in saturday afternoon and evening, and
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 9:00am PDT
medical laws. and i mean this week was west virginia and north dakota which legalized medical marijuana. those are conservative states. the amount of resources that the federal government has to stand up to the state activity is not clear. they can do math. they have a lot of priorities. and it is not clear that cannabis will be a top one. >> it might not be cannabis alone. the secretary of homeland security said that ice is going to use marijuana possession, distribution, convictions as a way to decide whether person a should be deported or not. >> that's right. >> college kid smoking a joint in the park is one thing. if it makes me leave the country -- >> if you're in a dangerous class of people, you can't have the same privileges. >> yeah. for undocumented immigrants, it is not a fun 4/20 this year. citizens of the united states that want to come in, we have seen reports that iso owe customs have looked at their phones to see where they have been. if they have been to colorado and admit to cannabis use, they can use that as denying admittance to the united states. >> where are we in
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 11:00am EDT
a year. it also wants dedicated funding to the tune of 500 million every year. for d.c. and virginia, you'll likely pay some kind of tax. the cap increases at 3% a year. just a few minutes ago, wiedefeld was asked if he thinks this proposal will become a reality. he says he remains positive. >> the system cannot fail. we've got to get this right. the future of this region is dependent upon it, and we have to do what it takes to get there. >> for workers, wiedefeld wants changes >>> let's turn to the weather now. a much warmer day ahead after some morning rain. sun's out. >> you see on the right hand side of your screen temperatures close to 70 degrees. as we go through the rest of the afternoon, we're talking about temperatures in the low 80s. currently 68 degrees in the district. we had that morning rain, but now those clouds starting to clear out for part of the area. as we go into the afternoon, 80s return, low 80s. then we see a bit of a dip by about 5:00 p.m. that's because we also expect scattered showers, maybe even some thunderstorms. right now we're nice and dry. off to our west,
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
for being here. >> thank you. >>> biologists in virginia are fighting to preserve the endangered species native to africa. >> here in virginia, shenandoah mountains, they're having a cheetah cub explosion. ten cubs in one week. i'm chip reid at the smithsonian's cheetah science ,, >>> he's achieved more super bowl victories than any other quarterback. who is that? >> tom brady. >> you're right. "time" magazine just named him one of the most 100 influential people in the world. ahead, the times editor-in-chief will show us who else is on the list. >>> and following the chief white house correspondent who -- who's that? >> major garrett. >> major garrett throughout the day from press briefings to the all-important lunch break. lunch break? >> lunch break? >> okay. you can see her drawings on "cbs this morning." instagram page. you're watching "cbs this morning." for millions of baby boomers there's a serious virus out there that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. one in 30 boomers has hep c, yet most don't even know it. because it can hide in your body for years without symptoms, a
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Apr 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
a lot of police cars and ambulances. the police also plan to close down scenic avenue between virginia street and ridge road during this training. it all begins about 1:00 this afternoon. it should end about 3:00 p.m. >>> the city of oakland is reaching out to those forced out of their apartments because of a deadly fire last month. the city has approved to use $600,000 in community development money to help those left homeless by the major fire in oakland. they have managed transitional housing for 100 people whose apartments burned in the building. tenants should start getting financial assistance as soon as tomorrow. >>> let's go back to christien kafton who is in oakland. as authorities there are investigating a series of burglaries in the oakland hills. >> reporter: yeah. this neighborhood was buzzing with police activity last night. take a look now. it is much calmer right now. we have seen neighbors waking up, making their way to work. last night the sell enter in place order as police searched for a suspect or suspects in the area about the same time that the shooting took plac
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Apr 20, 2017 9:52am EDT
governors, in particularly, you have some democrats, governor in west virginia comes to mind, where they look at it a little bit more like a welfare entitlement program. if you're going to follow that logic, work requirements, time limits become things you want to look at for some populations on medicaid. i think there's a decent amount of research on other welfare programs showing for certain populations it's beneficial. food stamps for example. we've done great research on that. if you view it more like health insurance you'll want it to look a little bit more like health insurance. the discussion about plan design. deductibles. premiums. co-pays. that when you show up at the emergency room and it's not an emergency, you have some financial skin in the game. and then when it comes to the actual benefits that are mandated. there are a lot of states -- to give one microsystem, non-emergency transport. tremendously expensive. non-emergency medical transport. do states have flexible in how they set that up? could they work with uber or lyft. for certain things you live near a bus rout
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Apr 20, 2017 9:36am EDT
in west virginia, democrats line. thanks for holding on. go ahead. caller: yes, i just want to follow-up on the discussion parties on the environmental protection agency. southern west irginia and people wanto see what misery coal brings to a place, they should come here and look. women in the county in west virginia after they take all the out, live factors shorter lives than women in any other county in the united of america. the surrounding counties of west and -- i mean, virginia and kentucky also have expectancy rates for children. also, for women. down here as t been destroyed, we're in the of the retiredow oal miners losing their health and pension benefits they paid into because the coal companies bankruptcy, which is allowed under law, and it is leave approximately 25,000 coal miners and their dependents without medical care then environmental destruction, even though west irginia has some of the best laws that are written as far as environmental protection, none force.e are in host: okay, let's go next to line.aryland, republican caller: good morning, my friends. so, you kno
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Apr 20, 2017 6:00am PDT
to close down scenic avenue between virginia street and ridge road during this training. this all starts about 1:00 this afternoon. it should end at about 3:00. >>> tonight bay area kwongman congressman mike thompson. about their concerns about immigration, education, the environment and other issues. some of the town halls that have been held recently by members of congress have been loud and noisy. congressman thompson says it's important for him to make himself available. >> you can't go back in washington and hide. you need to be with the people that you represent and tell them what you're doing to address those issues that are of concern to them and to our communities. >> the congressman's thompson's town hall tonight will be at sonoma valley high school between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m.. >>> there's growing concern that the massive snow pack from the winter storms may melt too fast and kausz winter flooding this spring. thaegs more than the capacity of the state's nine largest reservoirs. now the best case scenario would be a slow snow melt that reservoirs don't overflow. while water offi
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Apr 20, 2017 9:00am EDT
of the first to praise the plan was virginia democratic senator kaine and he said he's in support of this plan. it's one of several proposals that we shall seriously consider. and so we have heard from him. we're still waiting from other local leaders but i think it's also interesting that the general manager asked added during your interview steve and allison that you know when he first came on board that he didn't realize how deep these issues were, and now that he's faced head on with it, he's moving forward. he's tackling them one by one. you know, it's interesting that he didn't realize the capacity and the depth of these issues that metro was dealing with. back to you in the studio. >> i'm not sure anybody realized just how bad it was. >> i will say i'll give him credit he took the complete blame for this. not blame. he took the onus for this whole issue saying look the buck stops here it's my problem now. we have to dole with it. i admire him for that in saying look, i'll fix it and move on. oftentimes you don't see not in our political world. good for him for at least saying i've got t
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Apr 20, 2017 9:00am EDT
with the united states court of appeals for the third circuit. hearing an appeal from a trial judge in virginia. the trial judge in invalidated the travel ban. the government appealed it to the circuit court of appeals. 162 companies have said to the circuit court of appeals let us join as friends of the urt. not as lilt nts but frie of the court. just read our brief. we represent the most sophisticated high-tech companies in the country. you know how much time judges give to friend of the court briefs? about enough time to just look at the title page and file the document. stuart: oh, really? >> so i really don't think this is going to put a finger on the scale. now, if they joined as litigants and if the case were tried and if apple and google and everybody else on this list, e mac went through the list earlier, 162 companies there, started presenting evidence in court, it's a changed ball game. stuart: may i suggest a reason why 162 companies are doing that? >> what's the reason? . stuart: president trump wants to crack down on h1b visas. >> yes. stuart: technology companies want these visas
we need to in this country nwest virginia nkentucky and connect talent, skill and dedication of the workforce. are try in transition who clean energy opportunity of the future that, is happen nothing est virginia along the eastern plateau with wind turbines, with the certification program and college system in west virginia, with the advanced manufacturing programs at the west virginia. excuse me. it is happening in kentucky, you robably saw the article where the coal mining museum just shifted to solar power, because cleaner, cheaper, smarter, that is the direction the go and we hope the coal workers will help lead the way. uest: the relative number of people who work in the industry is indicative. the coal industry, 50,000 miners produces 10 times the energy as 500,000 people in working in energy.e they are more efficient and produce more. your caller talked about don't know whether be technology is going to revolutionized or not. i would say this, if you go with the bama climate plan and paris climate treaty, the whole goal is to kill the coal ndustry, there won't be a cha
from virginia, independent line. caller: thank you. title is foreign worker, but there ares expire and kids and young people showing up all over the country. permission, one has to go to a jewelry making school in california but they show up to virginia or somewhere else areorder some visas that specifically limited to several states, arizona, texas bank order crossing, and then they are showing up in new york and all over. so keeping track of them once they get these visas and come in here, and then if they are expired visas, is anyone following those people? guest: i will not be able to answer all the things you are talking about. as far as expired visas, there is a degree of tracking on it. the obamaading, under administration, something like 400,000 deportations every year, and those have been intensified under trump. it is something the administration will look at, people who are here without legal status, regardless on whether it is an employment-based visa. host: a question on twitter about bringing family members with them. guest: under the obama administration, they put a
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Apr 20, 2017 4:30am PDT
gunfire as well. police also plan to close scenic avenue between virginia street and ridge road during part of the training. it will wrap up at 3:00 this afternoon. >> all right. >>> time is 4:37. governor jerry brown defending his integrity. what he said about adding profess ren treatment projects. . >> good morning you can see the traffic is doing pretty well around the bay area. this is 24. not a bad looking drive heading over to the tunnel. >> our system is moving out and we're getting clearing skies behind that but there are some okay rainfall totals. the system is about ready to fall apart in the santa cruz mountains santa clara valley. >>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 4:40 and a popular bray area ravioli factory closing after 90 years in business. genova already closed its deli. the ravioli factory located on broadway right across the street from the oakland tech the did ivinchensi family announced to close after graffiti and vandalism. it did cost them $15,000 to repair in one case. there's still a store in napa. >> that's a great one too. >> and two in walnut creek. tha
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Apr 20, 2017 7:19am EDT
in virginia who specializes among other things in doing accurate archaeological replicas for just these sorts of instances. she hand-threw and decorated this bowl which allows us to have a look at what it might have looked like when it was brand-new and sitting on the shelf. >> but there is something different, isn't there, about a replica and the real thing? to think this was really there with the humphries in an illegal tavern. >> speak easy, i like to call it. >> remember she may have had prostitutes hanging around also. that's what she was being arrested for. incidentally, this beautiful teapot also came from the same assemblage of artifacts. they were serving tea or mrs. humphries was serving tea when she wasn't behind the bar. so to speak. anyway, they also owned this beautiful thing. this is a wine bottle. there were a lot of bottles from this feature. that has a seal on it. so this was great. we kept looking for more, but there was no more as significant as this. even though that last day in the field scott was hanging over the fence asking us to find more. >> keep going. >> darn it,
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Apr 20, 2017 7:00am EDT
. >> trouble in virginia and maryland so let's get right to erin como with an update on the overturned tractor-trailer on the inner loop. erin. >> that's right, allison and steve, we're starting off with a live look in prince george's county. the inner loop impacted over a 5-mile delay lingering. an overturned tractor-trailer. police and crews still out at that scene. they just got enough debris cleared out to let two left lanes squeeze by. this is in the area of the inner loop between pennsylvania avenue and allentown road. the crash is closest to the suitland parkway overpass. as we move things over i want to show you a look at the delay though because this is still very much impacting inner loop drivers. we are at a standstill by ritchie marlboro road. that delay extends past central avenue. my best advice so you don't get stuck in about an hour and a half of extra traffic this morning hop off the inner loop at least by central avenue, work your way through the city and then hook back onto the inner loop at branch avenue. that will definitely save you some time. be prepared because of bailo
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Apr 20, 2017 7:00am EDT
and more showers across north western virginia. another chance for rain late this afternoon and this evening. lots of rain saturday night and sunday. >> another local news update in 25 minutes. >> back to the "today" show. ♪ >>> it's 7:30, it's thursday morning, the 20th of april, 2017. there is our plaza >>> there's the crowd. barry manilow is here. he's singing this morning. this is a great song, but there is no greater song than copacabana. ♪ she was a show girl . >> we're trying to get him to sing it so they'll stop. tweet us with a hash tag "sing copa today ♪ . >> it's already trending. that means he has to sing it. >> he doesn't have to do he's barry manilow. keep the pressure on. >> i know. tell barry, if you don't sing it, we will, and that's the terrifying. >> do it for me. here's a look at what's making headlines this morning. rex tillerson is talking tough when it comes to iran saying the provacative actions are a threat to the united states and the world. he announced the trump administration's plan to review the u.s. policy toward iran. >> overnight a spac
, virginia. republican line, go ahead. what do you think as far as the u.s. being part of this deal? caller: well, united states has to be involved with china hold back iran, we got the wrong people that's working on the deal. tillerson used to work for exxon. the iranians nationalized the oil companies doing the iranian crisis. and tillerson working for exxon. it doesn't make too much sense to me what tillerson is doing. he's made so many mistakes already. he says that -- host: specifically to iran, when you talk about pushback to iran, what do you mean by that? what are your concerns about iran and this nuclear deal? ller: well, i just hope that they won't enrich uranium. the iranians are like americans, they have been involved with america. nobody really wants a war, nuclear-type war. it's nothing much you can do with iran except watch out because the ottoman empire is trying to bring itself back again. these people don't know much about history. host: ok, let's hear from tori. in new mexico. also on our republican line. hi. caller: hello. host: go ahead. caller: yes, i'm calling this ad
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Apr 20, 2017 7:00am EDT
in the world. chip reid smithsonian in virginia to see how caretakers are keeping the animals healthy. good morning. >> good morning. there are 20 adult china as the. that's mom over there. these are her two others. there are 16 adults and ten tiny little cubs. we got to meet them face-to-face 678 these tiny cubs are three weeks old and steadily gaining weight. they're brothers and sisters born to 7 edgy. is that purring? >> though. they're actually gronling adrian kroeshier, a biologist with the smut sohnial is a manager of the program andck them about twice a week. >> does it get old. no it always helped to krubs. >> reporter: this year they got 112 cubs total. while two did not survive having this many close together is a virtual population explosion. >> every day that they make it through we have a better chance of them surviving to adulthood. >> some are calling for the fast cat to be moved to the endangered species list. >> why are they vul tirrable in. >> because of the areas they habitat. the areas they grew in have left. today they're mostly found in southern africa, especially nam
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to see you. >> thank you. >>> biologists in virginia are preserving an endangered species native to africa. >> reporter: they're having a cheetah cub explosion. ten cheetah cub in ten weeks. i'll have the whole story >>> he's led his team to more super bowl victories than any other quarterback. who is that, norah? >> i think it's tom brady. >> "time" magazine named tom brady one of the most influential people in the world. the editor in chief will show us who else is on that list. and our car tinist. she's following -- who is that, charlie rose? >> major gafrt. >> she'll take us through press meetings all way to lunch break. you can see her drawings on "cbs this morning" instagram page. you're watching "cbs this morning." we'll be right back. for millions of baby boomers there's a serious virus out there that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. one in 30 boomers has hep c, yet most don't even know it. because it can hide in your body for years without symptoms, and it's not tested for in routine blood work. the cdc recommends all baby boomers get tested. if you have hep c,
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Apr 20, 2017 3:12am PDT
industries pick up some of the cost. kris van cleave is in virginia and got a close look at how those projects can work. >> reporter: virginia is a big believer in public/private partnerships and points to these expressways where a driver can choose to pay a toll to get around congestion. they say it's been a big success, but the successes have come with costly effects. >> reporter: linda dyer's commute is taking a toll. she's paying to use tunnels that used to be free. now she's thinking about moving elsewhere. you're spending $1200 a year in tolls. >> my biggest concern, is it going to affect how easy it is to sell my house. >> reporter: virginia agreed to a 58 year deal to modernize and expand the tunnels to portsmouth and norfolk. the tolls to cross can run a driver $5.25 each way. do you just get mad when you drive? >> yes, i do. >> reporter: do you sigh a difference in people coming to town? >> yes, i do. >> reporter: tony goodwin is the president of the business administration and a trump voter. >> the tolls are kind of a stigma to the population of hampton roads, mainly becaus
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Apr 20, 2017 6:00am EDT
confirmed three tornadoes hit fauquier county. seven tornadoes hit virginia that same day. >>> seeing new video of a dramatic water rescue in the cleveland area. torrential downpour flooded several parking lots there. many trapped in businesses and cars. a pregnant woman had to be pulled from the flooded burger king. the water's force was so strong they say it took three of them to push the restaurant doors open. >>> 6:15. new reaction from aaron hernandez's legal team. the football player was found dead in prison yesterday. he wasvi for murder. prison officials say he skmited suicide but his lawyers are now calling his death suspicious. >> very hard for me to accept the fact that he may have committed suicide. >> hernandez's legal team also wants his murder conviction overturned because the appeals process wasn't done. the mother of the victim, odin lloyd, is pushing forward with a wrongful death lawsuit. her lawyers say all that's left for a judge or jury to decide is the amount of damages that should be awarded to the family. >>> former president george h.w. bush could be headed home a
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Apr 20, 2017 6:00am EDT
this fire on top of a boat in virginia beach. this began as two men were working on the boat. one of them received critical injuries and was airlifted to the hospital. investigators say are authorities have been called to the same boat earlier in the day for a ghastly. leak.re not -- for a gas they're not saying if that is autria: bill o'reilly is calling the situation tremendously disheartening. he will not be coming back to the network for stomach comes after reports that he and fox paid nearly $13 million in settlements over claims of sexual harassment. one woman said he leered and grunted at her and called her "hot chocolate." bill o'reilly says it is "unfounded." many advertisers have abandoned the show because of the allegations. opening upson brock on why he skipped his trip to the white house and it has nothing to do with politics. >> what president trump said on the bus struck a nerve with me. i'm a father of three daughters and i have a son as well. havingcannot see myself any type of interest to go meet this person that said such wearable things. larry: that is alan branch, ref
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in the areas metro serves. we know that virginia democratic senator kaine he says he supports this plan, he says it's one of several proposals that should be seriously considered in order to turn this transit system around. meanwhile representative barbara comstock said in a statement that her office received minimal details telling the washington post "essentially all we received for details at this time was a huge price tag wrote but again wiedefeld says this is necessary in order to save the transit agency. we will be chatting with him further about the plan at 8:30 this morning. he's going to join fox5 live on the air at 8:30 this morning to talk more about the plan he is proposing. that's the very latest here from northwest. back to you. >> the white house now closely watching a tense situation politically in venezuela. more on deadly clashes there next. >> plus, smokers could soon have to pay up and i'm talking big time if they want to light up in new york city. coming up how much the mayor wants to sell a pack of smokes for. we're back in just 30 seconds. 6:10. >> deadly violence and
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