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Apr 21, 2017 4:59pm PDT
may have no obamacare options at all. >>> initial filings in virginia and kentucky show that health insurers are still thinking about offering coverage next year, despite uncertainty surrounding the future of obamacare. nine insurers filed to offer plans in virginia, that's one fewer than this year, and two filed in kentucky. virginia and kentucky have two of the earliest filing deadlines in the country. >>> meantime, president trump said today there is, quote, no rush to get health care legislation done next week. but some residents in tennessee that get their insurance from the exchanges are growing nervous because they're not sure what will happen to their coverage next year. bertha coombs reports from knoxville. >> reporter: a bicycle accident left john nels in a wheelchair a few years ago. it happened a mile from his home in knoxville. >> the force telescoped through my back and burst three vertebr vertebrae. >> reporter: now he's facing another health care challenge. he and his wife are self-employed and rely on their obamacare exchange plan. >> the biggest concern we have is
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2017 6:46pm EDT
towns. so they controlled everything from southeastern virginia to within 50 miles of wilmington. wilmington should have been the next target. but instead they hop-scotched over wilmington and went after charleston instead. charleston is where the war had begun. battle fort sump ter much it was the nest of secession. and public and political interest centered there. even secretary of the navy, who had proposed taking wilmington in 1862, when the city was still relatively undefended, and the defenses weak, wrote that we should skip wilmington and go after charleston instead. for charleston is satan's kingdom. so they concentrated their efforts militarily on capturing charleston. they poured man power, resources, naval forces into capturing charleston without success. charleston underwent the longest siege of the civil war. 587 days. and did not fall. even though federal forces were able to make blockade running there uncertain at best, those firms simply transferred their operations 175 miles up the coast to wilmington. and by then wilmington was the closest major seaport to virgi
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
central virginia and that will have to be watched. that's one thing that could change just a little bit as we go on into the weekend. it could produce an inch to inch and a half of rain, i might add an do without the strong and we severe thunderstorms but the rain will help with the drought. shawn and sarah, a look at your weekend forecast >> it will mess up prom pictures tomorrow. we'll have to find alternate locations. >> not good. >> president trump will head overseas this fall for his first official visit as the president >> he will be without a key member his administration. we're going to explain why this matters when 5at630 returns. >>> what in the heck of a why is it so important to the president of the united states. >> it's chief of protocol of the united states and the chief of protocol is the of the presiden to the whole diplomatic community. it can be any accredited ambassador or counsel or official anywhere in the united states. thought in t go on the phone or skype. people like two meet each other. the chief of protocol is responsible
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
alexandria, virginia... and our returning champion, an international development non-profit professional from washington, d.c... ...whose 1-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. welcome back, nilanka. i have a feeling you're gonna get a tweet from melissa mccarthy because she was the correct response in our final yesterday and you didn't get her.
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. >>> a woman from northern virginia is safe and home again after being imprisoned in cairo for three years. her name is aya hijazi. she grew up in falls chrch, graduated from george mason university. she holds dual citizenship. she and her husband established a charity for street children in cairo. they were arrested in 2014 on child abuse allegations that were widely dismissed as false by human rights groups and u.s. officials. president trump worked to win her release. >> we are very happy to have aya back home. and it's a >> president obama's administration tried but failed to negotiate hijazi's release. the egyptian government changed his posture after its president met with mr. trump at the white house earlier this month. mr. obama's state department criticized egypt's humanitarian rights record and he was never invited on the white house. >>> larry hogan sr suffered a stroke and died at the age of 88. funeral arrangements will be next week. larry hogan was a u.s. congressman and news4 reports on how he is being remembered and the impact he had on his son's political career. >>
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
through central virginia. you can get stronger storms. you see around the heart wood area as it's crossing interstate 95. more activity to the south, then we got to talk about the we ha come and a dramatic change in the weather pattern as we get into tomorrow. the front that comes through tonight that has produced a super cell will keep us on the cool side tomorrow, some places will not be getting out of the 50's and rounds of rain will begin as early as tomorrow morning, taking us through sunday. so lots to talk about on this busy friday night. we'll continue to storm track and have another update for you in just a few minutes. tony? >> thank you very much >>> i want to show you a live look at some of the damages. there's a lot of damage across the area, this is in montgomery county. you can see this tree fell on to a home on the 8500 block of lynnwood place in chevy chase, no reports of injuries but damage, as i said is being reported across the area. we have crews heading to several scenes, we'll bring you more coming up. >>> an update on the murder of a maryland father killed
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
some hail like we have not seen. we had a big hailstorm in virginia. this is from kenningston, maryland. this is pretty impressive. i would say moth ball size hail. that is the size. about the size of a quarter. this is in the yard. various sizes in the yard. remember hail circulates in the thunderstorm so it freezes and then falls and then if there is an up draft, it will push it back up and gather another layer of moisture. so you cut it in half, you get rings just like a tree. that is how many times it has circulated in the storm. live look outside. the sun is back out. up to 73 right now. dew points in the mid 60s. almost like a may or june night. that will change. it will feel like march. hour. most of the big storms are about to clearics-95. and again new warnings at this hour. pretty good rain. heavy rain approaching la plata and 301. this is moving to the east. heading toward mt. calvert. this is kind of a massive stretched out storm from stafford all the way to la plata. this is moving off to the east. it has heavy rain. reduced visibility it will move over toward mec
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
to figure out why that helicopter went down. michelle: an aide worker from virginia and her husband are back home after three years in an egyptian prison. president trump welcomed aya hijazi to the white house after a court acquitted her on child abuse charges. president trump: happy to have aya back home. a great honor to have her in the oval office with her brother. michelle: the falls church native and her husband were jailed in a wide-ranging crackdown after egypt's military overthrew the elected president in 2013. for friends and the family the couple's return to the u.s. was overwhelming. >> heresheer joy. michelle: the court decision freed hijazi, the white house says it worked with egypt's president to secure the couple's release and that of four other aid workers. similar efforts by the previous administration were unsuccessful. on monday, barack obama will make appearance since leaving office. he will take part in a town hall type discussion at the university of chicago. for the past few months obama has had down time, vacationing with the family, richard branson and oprah
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
virginia peggy fox is there with more. >> reporter: his name is cong huu and he lives in an apartment in this building. it is adjacent to busy route 236 and the people that live here a few hundred of them are very rattled by his murder. crime scene detectives are collecting evidence in the man's apartment where he was found dead thursday morning. he was 77 years old. his name cong huu nguyen. his body was found thursday morning and police were called to the center at 8:00 a.m.. today the medical examiner ruled his death a hods. the cause, trauma to his upper body. >> that is horrible. that doesn't make me feel helpful. because we are locked in. we have a gate that is closed at 8:00. my apartment is on the woods. and you walk upright from the road. there is no gate for that. >> reporter: the senior center is owned by fairfax county to provie aid forwardable independent living for senior citizens. the county department of housing released this statement to residents and families this afternoon. telling them about the homicide and providing police contact information. be we haven't been tol
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
killer is just ahead. nancy: first caught on camera a prison escape in virginia. what thwarted the felons and hey allergy muddlers are you one sneeze away from being voted out of the carpool? try zyrtec® zyrtec® starts working hard at hour one and works twice as hard when you take it again the next day. stick with zyrtec®. muddle no more®. try rhinocort® allergy spray for powerful nasal allergy relief. michelle: a daring jail escape attempt caught on surveillance video. you can see the inmates here are trying to climb over the barbed wire there. they used clothing for the buffer but they suffered cuts and they gave up. an internal investigation is underway and deputies say they are considering several changes. nancy: murder mystery in fairfax county after a 77-year-old was killed inside a senior sam ford is live there now. what are the police saying about this? >> well, they don't have a whole lot of the answers at this point. we are outside the retirement center. yesterday they found 77-year-old cong huu nguyen dead in his apartment. the medical examiner took the body and rep
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
this one with west virginia joe manchin cap and trade bill. or this one featuring joni ernst taking aim at democratic policies. or this one making something blow up in the distance. the montana special house election are locked and loaded in their tv ads. democrat robb quist shoots a suber pack ad in this one. and he blows away a computer screen displaying a registry in his ad. both sides run these ads for different reasons. republicans want to show off bone a fieds and democrats want to show they are not like the other democrats. bottom line it's performance art like many things are in politics these datz. he's going to chick fill a for lunch, posts a gift from hamilton. as long as it works with your base, it's going to keep hang. do we really need to see all these candidates showing off their shooting skills at this point? it's starting to get a bit absurd. you know? that's it for tonight. we'll be back with monday with more mtp daily. catch meet the press sunday. for the record starts with greta right now. it's all yours. >> chuck, big sunday, i never miss meet the press. tonight
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
of child abuse charges. many dismissed the accusations as bogus, she virginia. >> we're very happy to have ia back home and it's a great honor to have her in the oval office with her brother. >> the president was asked about the possibility also of a government shutdown. he said, quote, we're in good shape. >>> coming up, making conception more accessible. plan b pills are being sold in vending machines. let's check with brody. >> reporter: hey, sarah, we're about 90 minutes away from the put dropping on game five in dc, i'm going to introduce you to a couple caps fans who have rocking the fever north of enemy territory. >> hopefully by time they drop the puck. this nasty storm will be out of here, we still have a warning until 5:45. look have been telling us hail you have seen, it's been anywhere from dime-size to quarter size to ping-pong to golf balls. this is in bethesda. if you got great pictures like this, send them to us and stay out of the way of this storm, it is now again moving from prince george's county into anne arundel county. eventually headed for the bay. we'll hav
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
river glen yesterday. the medical examiner ruled his death a homicide. northern virginia bureau reporter david culver is working on this story. he'll have a live report on news4 at 5:00 and at 6:00. >>> we're learning how much mold was inside district heights elementary school and what the district is planning to do about it. the district ordered mold testing after people complained of getting sick last month. an initial test showed only one classroom with elevated mold levels. that classroom was closed and the school ordered retesting and found levels that were below federal guidelines. the school is now implementing two recommendations from the testing company, including cleaning the bathroom ceiling in one of the classrooms and adjusting the h vac system in another classroom. additional testing will be >>> if you life in spotsylvania county, you're being asked to boil your water. there was a water main break and it caused a significant drop in water pressure. that means things like bacteria and organisms could be lurking in the water. county leaders say boil tap water or use
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
at a state like virginia that i live in, in virginia, not only that, she won by a larger margin in virginia than barack obama and virginia is one of the two states that has won state elections in this year. we've seen seven republican incumbents announcing that they were not going to run again. when you're looking at this, she's got a fire and a burn in her to do what she's done her entire life, which is building the party and i think we'll see her out there doing exactly that. but it started with doing what she promised on the campaign trail in making sure that everything that she built was transferred to the dnc. >> but you wonder if it could backfire. i say it that way because, as you point out, adam, democrats are trying to rebuild and in some ways rebrand. j.d., you're very much in touch with the working class that helped trump win the election and in areas where democrats in the past have had success but then failed this time with hillary clinton running for president. does her presence help or hurt the democratic party and the future? >> well, i think that it's hard to argue
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
minute cast for the region. it's a free download for your mobile device. >>> a girl in virginia is learning to play the violin with her new 3-d prohibited hand. isabella was born with one hand and playing has always been a dream for the fifth grader they created the device as part of their senior cap stone project. >> i am lucky and blessed that i have this amazing group of people that helped me make this attachment i can play the violin with. talented and lovely. the creators call it a vie arm for violin arms. and there is more ahead in the n half hour of "action news." tributes pour in for the purple one on the one year anniversary of prince's shocking and untimely death. and more in the next half hour of "action news" including a check of the forecast. >>> "action news" at 12:30 with sara bloomquist, rick williams and david murphy. >> hello here are the stories we are following for you. new information just came in about the man that police say killed two police officers in paris yesterday. >> the rain is taking a break but there is more coming. karen rogers is tracking showers.
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
university boulevard on the right slowed through the work zone. 95 in virginia, south of springfield, delays often on southbound 95. there were two different work zones which have been picked up but still pretty slow. somebody in building on the interlude, -- some volume building on the interlude -- interloop. 66 is pretty 123 westbound. ♪ >> you are watching abc 7 news at noon. on your side. >> excuse me, do you have paperwork or anything to say to me? >> a mother from florida is outraged after her 10-year-old son who has autism was handcuffed and placed in the back of a police car, and taken from his school. she captured video of the incident and posted it on facebook. she admits her son kicked a professional but says the punishment when the on the crime. -- went beyond the crime. >> school grounds in front of other students and personnel, during could haves, they come to my house at anytime and told me what was going on. lindsey: she says the school needs better resources to handle children with behavioral problems. district officials are sticking by their decision to call polic
brooklyn and they put you in jail in virginia, guess who just lost a person and guess who just gained one, and either one can vote. now you count two. they lost one, they gained one, and they can't vote. so you have now people battling to put prisons in their little towns, because they are a source of income. right? so you don't just have an individual who has been harmed, who has been consigned to a sub human category by the law, you then have it feed a political economy that his or her ancestors were the kind of fuel for a generation -- century before. so in some ways, the real legacy of the 13th amendment is, it creates the possibility of en slaving more than just black people with that except clause. and those bodies then that cannot participate -- there are a couple states. imagine what it means not only to not be able to vote because they have taken your rights whites while serving time. but once you get out, it's difficult to get your rights restored, can you find a job, people like paul ryan are running around saying we're going to get block grants to the states, and that way we c
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am EDT
united states and she's meeting with the president this morning. hijazi is from northern virginia and she groew up in falls churc. she was found not guilty of abuse and returned to the u.s. last night. the human rights center thanked president trump for helping negotiate her release. >> she said hijazi and her husband were invited to the white house todayshi children on the streets in egypt before she was arrested almost three years ago. >>> all right. turning to the weather now ahead of a weekend cooldown, it will be like summer today. sheena parveen is here with what we can expect. >> yeah, feeling like summer today. not so much this weekend. it will be cooler and rain chances will go up. locally most of the area dry, clouds are around, but near leesburg and winchester, we have light rain here. later on this afternoon though, temperatures will be warming up. right now we're warming to the mid to low 70s, quickly we should be around 80 degrees, low 80s this afternoon. but that also comes with the chance for some thunderstorms. so look at future weather. by 6:00 p.m. trying to throw in so
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 8:00am PDT
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program. that's exciting a lot of controversy in virginia right in our legislature, both democrats and republicans. and you have repeatedly voted against the chip program for kids, at one point calling it socialized medicine. combined medicaid chip, about 800,000 virginians. a restructuring of medicare that c.b.o. found would increase out of pocket seniors. that's about 1.3 million virginians. you support repeal of the affordable care act. about half a million virginians on the exchanges, and thatof thousands of others otherwise are benefited. you want to defund planned parenthood. thousands virginians use it as their primary healthcare provider. these programs provide coverage for virginians, and tens of millions haveericans, and many limited means. so there's a sort of consistency to your position in some ways across all these programs that i view as critical to the health saf-t-net. andow that senators franken murray used the hippocratic maxim, first do no harm before i came. as we approach access coverage, cost/quality, the president and congress should strive to do no harm. we
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 7:00am PDT
want to do. we got a study from west virginia university that binge-watching is good for you. >> oh, really? >> good to know. [ applause ] >> the professor makes the claim it will make you smarter. >> i like that. >> not bad. >> interesting. when you binge-watch you're watching most of these shows about 13 of them so 13 hours of entertainment and basically reading a book but watching and listening. >> that's what my kids tell me. >> you get such a meandering story rather than cuts and turns that don't necessarily make sense because you have to cut so much out you get to have that robust story with all the different characters. you really get immersed in a world so you learn stuff. >> binging is good, people. >> i'm down with that. [ applause ] that's why, you know, started with people were sick. binge-watching was the thing -- i got sick this weekend so i caught up on and now people do it. am at work and i can't work because i binge-watched all night. the new way people watch stuff. it's amazing. >> i don't know if you noticed we have a new studio audience. >> i see. [ applause ] >>
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 7:00am PDT
virginia hometown to help homeless children. but she ended up in jail as part of a widespread crackdown on activists by egypt's president. >> president el sisi has been somebody that's been very close to me from the first time i met him. >> reporter: earlier this month president trump welcomed egyptian president abdel fattah el sisi to the white house, effectively resetting a strained relationship with the middle eastern ally. >> i look forward to working with the president. >> reporter: as part of that reset, the white house decided to no longer make human rights a point of public dispute with egypt. but behind the scenes, pressed for the release of american aide worker aya hijazi. >> how can somebody so pure and innocent trying to help end up in jail for three years. >> reporter: this is aya's brother. we spoke with him prior to her release. >> there has been a crackdown on a lot of civil society groups. is that in any way related to what happened to your sister? >> there are numbers that say 40,000 people have been arrested. why aya and why this ngo, we still don't know, but the gene
KRON
Apr 21, 2017 7:00am PDT
have helped a 10-year-old girl in virginia realize her life-long dream of playing the violin.( darya ) 10-year-old isabella cabrera was born without a left hand. isabella only has a partial bone from her left elbow to her wrist.( james ) she has always dreamed of playing the violin. so five bio- engineering students from george mason university decided to help.( darya ) they decided to use a 3-d printer to make isabella a special hand so she could play the violin. it was part of their senior project. ( darya ) bill gates is the world's richest man. but that didn't stop him from making his kids wait until they were 14 years old to get them a cell phone. that's just one of many things gates admitted in an interview about how he raises his kids..( james ) gates says he limits the amount of time his kids can be on their phone he also doesn't allow his kids to have their phones at the table while they are having dinner. gates says he doesn't want his kids to be over exposed to technology.( darya ) gates also says his kids earn money by doing chores around the house. gates, who is estimate
executions by state, the u.s. toelgs since 1976, over 1400. texas has done 542, oklahoma 112, virginia the same, and lorida, 92, missouri, nearly 90. the u.s. execution since 2013, the number is seven. gone down that has from 20 in 2016. 28 in 2015. 2014 and jessica brand, why are we seeing this trend? see obviously public opinion starting to decline, i think actually the critical that last year there were 30 new death sentences in america. means only 30 juries decided to sentence people to death. that mean? it means as we understand things illness and the true debilitating effects of not just abuse, but continuous lifetime abuse that people experience of intellectual disability. when juries hear about that, it s hard to kill someone, to impose mercy, these men are kept in jail for the rest of their right hat feels like the thing to do for a lot of people in this country. think the second thing is, people are starting to realize how broken this system is. here was just another exoneration, it got lost in the of last night because arkansas n. louisiana, i man was taken off death row for
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 9:00am EDT
virginia, western maryland we'll watch that. otherwise warm, a little out there. daytime highs in the 80s. we can hold lot of moisture when temperatures are in the 80s you feel that humidity as well. planner for this afternoon. weekend forecast, it looks cooler, it looks wet. and it doesn't look great. but i'm going to get out here and let mike tell you about i'm going back to kindergarten. >> that's funny. >> drop bomb and walk on out. >> you got it. bye guys. >> see you tuck. >> 9:04. picking up the pieces power crews are busy trying to get the lights back on for a few hundred customers after strong storms basically rolled through the region overnight causing lot of damage in prince george's co county. harder defendant hit area adelphi, maryland w storms caused major damage to buildings and vehicles there. in one neighborhood in particular, trees are snapped. some are bent over at the trunk. fox5's melanie alnwick live in a dell foy with the latest. mel. >> reporter: good morning guys. you can see pepco crews here still hard at work some -- let's see this happened around 8: 13 hours
viewers have to say. sam in fairfax, virginia. comments.o quick first of all, i do not think most americans really know what single-payer is or how it works. unlike your guest, who lived in canada for a while, i do not think any americans have ever experienced it before. i was also wondering what your aest would have to say about voucher system. hadow that president nixon proposed a voucher system. i was wondering if you had any comments on that, because a voucher system would, at least in my view -- i am no expert -- it seems a lot simpler than a single-payer system. guest: your voice was breaking up a little bit, but what i understood you to ask is what if, instead of something like the canadian system, you had a voucher system where people were given money and they were permitted to invest that? and you can only invest in a health savings account. here is the problem. inevitably, there will be some people where it does not work. where they have a catastrophic problem, and the voucher payment will not cover it. right now, the replacement ryan care bill being discussed is a two-t
it or even conscious of it or not. host: matthew, virginia beach, democrat. good morning to you, matthew. caller: good morning, c-span and america. i have to actually weigh out the cost versus the quality. and because the reason is the cost of living in america is so cheap and the cost of living is cheaper overseas and the greed of corporate america. what happens is they actually use that difference, that cost difference to actually have things manufactured overseas, bring it back here and then basically distribute that difference between their shareholders. i feel america, we must place the import tax to raise the cost of those import goods up to the cost of american goods. then americans can fairly weigh out what the -- whether to buy. in other words, if you buy a washing machine, one made in japan versus a washing machine made in the united states. you start looking at the features. you start looking at the quality but that washing machine that was made in japan, they say this is equal to one made here in the united states. let us raise the import tax to bring that one up to
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 7:00am EDT
don believe he had access to a car. powers is a minimum securi inmate. >> in nore virginia today, family friends say good-bye to a soldier killed when a black hawk helicopter crashed. jeremy tomlin was let's check your commute this morning >> belty looking better than it wathmorning. right now most of it is dry. rain is moving through inner loop and outer loop ne river road. southd 70, light for this friday commute. near 80, we have the crash on the right shoulder this morning. rigs ad utility repairs. a look at 66. lookine d westb. >>> cloudy skies. areas of light rain across northern maryland. we cod sprinkles over the next hou o so in the city. mainly d late morning into early aer before a round of thundershowers develops later on. 70s for highs today. high chance for rain late saturday and early sunday. >> anothat 2 minutes. >> back tth"taysh. ♪ >>> welcome back. 7:30. friday morning, a rainy one. nice day, april 21st, 2017. we say hello to folks on the plaza. hoda's here. we should tell matt what happened yesterday. >> which thing? >> do you know what happened? >> barry ma
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 4:00am PDT
. joining us now is dave brandt of virginia. the idea there is a new bill. a new plan and it is making its way through so quickly that it could come to a vote next week. is that true? >> well, it is not a new bill. same fundamental bill. significant amendments do two things. lower the price of health care. that was the major thing. republican principles. we like to rely on free markets as much as we can. this is still a federal government structure. not totally happy with that outcome. at least cracks the door open to states to opt out of the insurance regulations. what trump ran on and i ran on a couple years ago and american people are demanding on both sides. bernie sanders. drain the swamp out of the d.c. and special interests and let health care return to the states so you can go back to the day where the kid can buy a policy that is affordable. right now, they cannot do that. that is the test case. can a young person go out and buy affordable health care? we are trying to get there. >> let's deal with the process and then the policy. there is no new bill. you just seen a list of punc
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 7:00am EDT
look in virginia there's a crash at furness road. the left lane is blocked so caution there. in maryland, the outer loop right now is really jammed up from route one over to basically the 270 spur. it's an hour delay. inner loop about a half hour delay from the spur over to georgia avenue. 95 southbound completely stacked from the icc down to the beltway with average speeds under 15 miles per hour. route one and baltimore-washington parkway in better shape right now. as we take a wide view, you can seal that the out -- excuse me bottom of the beltway inner loop past branch avenue looking pretty good. 50 well behaved as you pass through bowie. 395 a five minute delay from the mixing bowl up to the pentagon. back to you. >> erin thank you very much. >>> it is 7:19 now on this friday morning and one man is dead after a shooting on the campus of north carolina a and t overnight. it happened around 11:30 last night. they were called to a campus building after a visitor notified campus security that a man approached her way gun. after a fight, the gun went off. that woman suffered min
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2017 6:49am EDT
prize winners are sisters from blacksburg, virginia. homeschooled in the seventh-grade, mia lazar is in the ninth-grade. ther documentary is called tempest tossed. >> is not about what political party you are, it's about values and helping these people. >> as parents, this topic was particularly personal because both my parents were refugees. i think that also drove them a little bit. on athey do some video topic that's personal for them, that helps a lot. >> the reason we named the documentary the tempest tossed is because inside the museum of the statue, there is a plaque that has a following saying send it these hopeless -- homeless, tempest tossed to me. specifically for me, and we include it so we could show the values that america was founded on -- principles that everyone needs to understand it today. >> on a more personal scale i would suggest that the people that think that refugees are all terrorists, or who were afraid of them should spend a while meeting one. they are really amazing people. the right to be people in the united states as everyone else does very. is not
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:12am PDT
. that's a growl, huh? the smithsonian conservation biological institute in virginia had a baby cheetah boom at the end of march, two litters in a week, ten cubs in all. biologist adrienne crosier runs the breeding program. >> part of what i try to do is make the best genetic matches but also the best matches based on temperament. >> reporter: so you are cupid for cheetahs? >> yes, i try. >> reporter: while cheetahs are thriving here, they're disappearing in the wild. they're in such peril, some scientists are calling for them to be moved to the endangered species list. why are they vulnerable? >> mostly loss of habitats. the areas they occupy in africa have been reduced dramatically. there are only 7,500 cheetahs left in the wild. >> reporter: 7,500, and that's down from what? >> when i first started working on cheetahs about 15 years ago, they thought there were about 10,000 to 12,000. >> reporter: with a top speed of 60 miles an hour, it's been said that nothing can outrun a cheetah except, perhaps, extinction. but these little guys are doing their best to leave extinction in their d
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 3:00am PDT
streets. >>> jailbreak bust. two virginia inmates try to scale a razor wire fence with a bench but run out of time and energy. the first man couldn't get quite get over, all while security cameras are rolling. the men were so exhausted from failing. they sat down, waited to be caught by security guards. steve: i give up. brian: so a lot of prisoners watch us. keep that in mind. don't escape. ainsley: new developments in suicide of nfl star and convicted killer aaron hernandez. steve: the brain of the former new england patriot is being checked for the degenerative disease known as cte. brian: fox 25 catherine piroda join us from boston with the latest. hey, catherine. reporter: good morning. and that brain was sort of a point of contention yesterday, in terms of the defense attorney and also medical examiner's office. the defense attorney, jose baez says the medical examiner was planning not to release the brain. as we mentioned here the family does want that brain sent to boston university to be sent fof traumatic brain injury. the medical examiner said that is not the case. they had
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
now. she grew up in virginia and we told you when she was acquitted of abusing children earlier this week. we'll have more on how she finally made it back and her plans to meet with president trump. that's coming up at 6:30. >>> while you were sleeping, an inmate in arkansas was executed. ledell lee, his attorneys filed appeals. the scout declined to hear them. lee is the first of four inmates expected to dye before. fo former congressman rather riff hogan called his dad an american hero. he represented maryland's fifth district in congress in the '50s and '70s. he was the recent to serve as prince executive. he was 88 years jeemd today family and friends will say good-bye to a soldier that was killed. he died when the helicopter crashed doing routine training. his memorial service is happening where he grew up. not clear why the helicopter went down. two other soldiers are still in the hospital. >>> seven minutes past the hour. prince george's county police want people on the lookout for this 74-year-old woman. helen johnson has not been seen since april 10th. she may be drivin
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
clouds return you do the day on saturday. the vain to the west. some showers in west virginia. it's dry in our area at 9:30 in the morning. a slight chance of a daytime shower. more likely showers will be moving in saturday evening at 7:30. watch as we go into sundays morning. that's sunday at 7:00. there's a chance of showers later in the morning. by late afternoon, clouds will be drying out. we may see late sunshine on sunday. there's more wet weather ahead. this morning and this afternoon. this afternoon, you're more likely to see thunderstorms. cooler this weekend with clouds and sunshine. a slight chance of a shower saturday. then saturday evening and sunday, we're likely to get some rain. 61 degrees the high temperature. we may see late day sunshine to boost us into the 60s on sunday. another chance of rain monday and tuesday. look at the warmup next week. 70s thursday and friday. next weekend, we'll be in the 80s. >> that looks good. thanks. >>> 5:52. we'll get you to work and continue to stay focused on the breaking traffic news on 95 northbound in >> if you're just about to hea
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
overview of our drive times 95 in virginia dale city to the beltway yellow zone a bit sluggish about a 26 minute trip. 66 from 234 prince william parkway to the beltway that's going to take you 31 minutes. not terrible yet but definitely in the slow zones leading toward the red zone where we're jammed up. inner loop from 270 spur to 95 that is going to take you an hour so that should not be green that should be a bright red drive time. big delays there. outer loop 95 to the spur 34 minute trip so again those should both be red not green. seeing huge slowdowns there. as we take a look at our metro commute disabled train at crystal city. that has cleared. normal service resumed blue normal service on the silver line outside mclean. we'll take a look at safe track next. back to you guys. >> 6:38 is the time right now. i love cars. and car enthusiasts love cars. car enthusiasts get revved up for this week's fox beat free friday give away. you can win eight tickets to the unity thunder car club show and 30th. >> that's cool. it's a prize worth a retail volume worth $80. go to fox5dc.com/contes
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
rain for sunday next week coming up in nine minutes. julie: we've had troubles in virginia, especially traveling out of annandale headed north trying to make your way towards 66. at little river turnpike, is tying up the left side of the highway. mainline, inner loop of the that way before you reach 236, stay to the center and right to get by. delays are building from braddock road north. the outer loop, no problems from 66 back toward springfield. on the beltway near old georgetown road is where we hit delays. there was a crash near connecticut avenue that has been clear. all lanes open. as you continue eastbound 495, the outer loop is below speed as you travel from colleg back within the next 10 minutes. larry: breaking overnight, a boat going up in flames in maryland. the yacht club explosion you haven't seen until this morning. john: we have found yet another spot in adelphi, maryland, that has a tremendous amount of damage. trees and power lines down, homes and cars destroyed. we'll show you the area coming up right here on "good morning washington." >> you are watchin
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:30am EDT
virginia. and then this is going to be our chance of showers for the weekend. doesn't look like a washout, but we will see clouds around for today. clouds and showers and possibly heavy downpours with thunderstorms this afternoon for the evening commute. 73 degrees this afternoon. if we get more sunshine, that number may go higher. it will be cooler this weekend. 50 saturday morning. 63 in the afternoon. a slight chance of a shower on saturday. clouds, some breaks of sunshine. a better chance we'll see some rain on sunday, 61 degrees. and now there's a chance of showers continuing into monday and tuesday. that's going to hold temperatures in the low 60s, then 50s for tuesday. once we break out into the sunshine, starting on wednesday, the warmup begins. by the end of the week, next weekend, highs will be in the 80s. probably about 20 degrees warmer than what we'll see this saturday and sunday. >> thanks for that. >>> ten minutes before 6:00. we continue to follow that major issue on 95 northbound in bucks county. >> yeah. jessica, fill us in. >>> moving toward or moving through br
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 2:30am PDT
invaded afghanistan, her family fled the country, eventually landing in northern virginia, where she grew up and was educated. after the events of 9/11/2001, she returned to afghanistan with a mission to find ways to economically empower the women of her native country. she is the founder of kandahar treasure, an enterprise employing over 450 women who embroider garments and housewares for the domestic and international market. rangina: i came here as a nonprofit worker, and the bureaucracies, the politics, the lack of a real vision forward really disappointed me. and so i thought that the alternative to this mess was business, because business offered sustainability and business gives an opportunity for people to rebuild their own lives with their own hands. i saw my country in the past 30 years of war, we are constantly waiting to be spoonfed by the world. so my answer to this dissatisfaction was start a business that i can own, but with a sustainable model, i know that in the future we can stand on our own two feet and not depend on the world to provide for us. i prefer business o
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 5:00am EDT
the hospital. >>> starting this weekend, getting to virginia from downtown d.c. is about to get easier. after two years the massachusetts ramp southbound opens tomorrow. you can drive directly on to the highway instead of using the ramp. >>> this is part of the capital crossing project which won't wrap up until 2019. >>> over to metro where there is some good news for riders this weeke weekend. metro has canceled the shutdown of the blue, orange tracks in d.c. trains will single track between the square and smithsonian. silver line trains will only run from wheelie west and balston. on the red line, the college park station will be closed. there is an emergency response on sunday. yellow line trains will only run vernon square. >>> it was a bit of a tense situation when people why watching the baby eagle cam. d.c. 4 caught its leg in a y-shaped stick. they decided to rescue the bird. they say d.c. 4 wasn't seriously hurt and is going to be taken to the vet today. they got a lot of calls from people watching the camera and say something happened there. >> a lot of adoptive parent
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 2:00am PDT
places like nashville. going towards sunday, more of the east coast involved. from virginia to florida we could see strong storms and scatter the showers into new jersey and new york for sunday. it's cooler today in chicago. your high temperatures will be in the 50s. that's a big change. and eventually that cooler air pushes east but it will still stay quite mild in the southeast. that's where temperatures are heating up to the mid-80s, even on saturday. atlanta, 85. fayetteville at 88. like i said, alex, richard, depends where you are for the weekend. some will feel like summer. some getting that taste of cool spring weather. >> yes, a split weekend. >> yes. >>> thank you. >>> still ahead, eli manning stands tough in the pocket against chris christie. >>> plus, a history-making night for lebron james. we're hoping nbc's favorite ohioan chris jansing is up. she'll like this one. >> she'll love this. ♪ only tylenol® rapid release gels have laser drilled holes. they release medicine fast, for fast pain relief. tylenol® shis it dna or olay? us 20-something skin. new olay total
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 5:00am EDT
. >> tuition going up for one virginia university. the university of virginia board of visitors approved tuition increases of 2.2 percent for in state undergraduates and 3.5 percent for out of state students. now, this means the incoming first year student will now pay nearly $300 more in tuitio class. >> turning now to baseball. bryce harper fan screaming hey bryce, throw me a ball. all right. didn't happen a but top of the sixth, nats down one, ryan zimmerman crushing the r.a. dickey pitch to center field. a 431-foot, two run homer to give the nats a three-two lead. all right. then here he is, stephen strasburg has gone seven innings in all four of his starts he struck out 10 on his way to career victory number 71 and tops nats franchise history o the nats sweeping the braves three-two. hey, bryce over here, throw me the ball. >> bryce i got your jersey on and all, three me the ball. >> bryce off to a pretty hot start this year. >> and ryan zimmerman. >> yup. >> amazing. >> could this be the year. >> it could be. we could always have hope, mike. >> yeah, that is true. long season, thou
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 for north america but for the 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 more
FOX
Apr 21, 2017 4:30am EDT
your virginia commute next. if you have any questions at erin fox5 d.c. on twitter. >> 4:57 is the time. coming up a fight over specialized medicine brewing between three regional hospitals in maryland. >> parents of local college students, you need to be prepared to pay a little bit more next year. >> we're going to break with a live look outside across the d.c. region at 4:57, 64 is the temperature. don't stop leaving people. >> it's journey. >> oh, my goodness, it's journey. [laughter] >> we're on a journey this morning t back in a. amoment. >> yes, we are. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> this is fox5 news morning. >> today on fox5 news morning, overnight execution. arkansas carries out the state's first execution in more than a decade. and it's preparing for several more by the end of the month. >> and let the prognostication begin. the nfl releases the 2017 regular season schedule. >> hey, good friday morning to
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:30am EDT
crash, they are a he still in the hospital. >>> 4:33. starting this weekend getting to virginia from downtown d.c. is about to get easier. after two years of construction and detours the massachusetts avenue ramp to 395 southbound opens tomorrow. the new ramp allows traffic to drive directly onto the highway instead of using the third street ramp. good news for drivers. those driving westbound on massachusetts avenue will see new delays. this is all part of the capital project which won't wrap up until 2019. >>> metro, there is some good news for riders. metro has canceled the major shutdown of the blue, orange, silver lines in d.c. they on the red line the green belt to college park stations are closed. there will be an emergency response drill at navy yard on sunday. yellow line trains will only run between hunting ton and mount vernon. >>> well, it was a scary situation for anybody watching the eagle cam at the national arboret arboretum. one of the baby eagles was hurt in the nest. the two eeg lets don't have a name. one called d c4 caught its leg in a y shaped stick yesterd
virginia has an extra special role today. they were instrumental in making sure that aura mccoy of app omatix was able to be here to celebrate. she was the granddaughter, of those who were ee manson peytoned as a result of the civil war. after the war mr. skrugz obtained this bell next to me. it's going to be used in our ceremony today. and ms. mccoy is now the bell's owner. thank you for coming and sharing this incredible legacy, a tangible object that helps us tie together stories of emancipation and freedom. [ applause ] so, the fascinating thing about our shared history is that it's really about all of us. the intertwined narratives shared in parks, national parks, state parks, local parks are an inspiration. so, i want to take a moment to share my own story about my connection to the magic of this particular evocative landscape. i came as part of a team of lobbyists working diligently on the establishment of the harriet tubman park back in 2000. the team came here on a familiarization tour and so we arrived pretty late in the day. it was on a school bus. and the school bus parked
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00am EDT
. how the inmate managed to slip away. >>> back on maryland soil. who the virginia woman is expected to meet with after being held in egypt for three years. >>> metro backtracks. why you can forget some weekend closures. >>> "news 4 today" starts now. >>> first we begin with an update to breaking news we brought you at 11:00 p.m. families back in their condos after last night's storm forced them out of adelphi. prince george's county firefi t firefighters say the storms caused cosmetic damage and knocked out power. no one was hurt though. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilcrist. >> i'm eun yank. we'll get to melissa mollet with traffic. we'll get to chuck and sheena. >> couple of rain chaps for today. >> yes. a few around right now to start off your friday. >> your friday is that a word? skbr i'm not sure i'm going to have much success spitting this word out with any frequency. outside we've got a whole lot of cloud cover around and up into the panhandle of west virginia. it's raining more than hard enough to get you wet this morning along i-81. hagerstown. showers moving around
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00am EDT
at the end of the month. meanwhile-- in virginia. governor terry mcauliffe has changed the sentence of a death row inmate to life in prison without parole. mcauliffe said his decision in the case of ivan teleguz had nothing to do with innocence. teleguz was scheduled to be executed next week for hiring another man to kill his ex-girlfriend back in 2006. an update now on a story we've been following for several days. an attempted armored truck robbery in northwest. police now releasing some surveillance pictures of the incident on wednesday. you can see men with a-k 47's ... running out of a car. police say -- they held up a worker and snatched the money bag he was carrying. police later revealed that the bag was empty. so far - neither the robbers, nor the getaway driver -- have been arrested. a second man has been arrested for a robbery and assault on the red line this week. "antwan haynie" was arrested yesterday. . he's one of four people... police say participated in this attack... that happened near the wheaton station on sunday. police arrested another man on wednesday. . if yo
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Apr 21, 2017 1:00am PDT
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.
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