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CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 7:32pm EDT
romantic naval stories. , the american, was from philadelphia. in 2013, a number of his descendents of his, family members, came to the eastern cemetery along with family members of the british captain from england and they had a joint funeral procession with the british consulate and the u.s. navy. the war of 1812 was unpopular in maine. we were a front inner state and not well defended and prohibited our ability to trade extensively. it was a financial disaster for maine. the british captain had been in maine for some time sailing along the coast and was very well respected. he was a gentleman and was revered amongst people in maine, so when he died, they felt it was appropriate to give them both a proper funeral. there was a funeral procession throughout the city. they had a joint funeral ceremony at the local church, then brought to be buried side-by-side. it is unusual. i think that's what makes this story all that more romantic. despite the enemies, the camaraderie that people in maine felt for the british so shortly after the american revolution. what we have here is an examp
CBS
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
provided by cbs sports division >> ♪ >> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> violent protests broke out today just blocks away from the philadelphia convention center where attorney general jeff sessions spoke about violent crime. what turned the march into a melee. >>> plus, a three-year-old is shot in the head in north philadelphia. what we're now learning from police about this incident. >>> and more on the child shot in just a moment everyone, but first we are also following breaking news at this hour. the search is on for a gunman who opened fire on a basketball court in chester, delaware county. at least four people suffered wounds to the lower part of their body. the story is unfolding now on the 1200 block of carla's lane. police say the gunman fired from an elevated position just before 6 o'clock this evening. right now no word on the victim's conditions yet or what led to this shooting but of course we are gathering more information from that scene. we'll have more on this breaking story throughout the evening. >>> and now good
from yankee land. gary: you are from philadelphia. your story about which regiment you selected. allen: that's right. we were talking about this over dinner. a facebook friend had posed a question, if you could be a member of a civil war regiment, which would you choose? a lot of people said i would be part of the 26th north carolina, the 24th michigan, the 20th maine. down,responded and put 45th united states colored troops. because i am a yankee from yankeeland. it sometimes baffles me to try to understand what the other controversy great was fighting for and what it was doing. , whoially robert e. lee had been a serving officer of the united states army for all of his career, had distinguished ,imself in the war in mexico had been superintendent of west point, was handed a colonels 1861, of the first cavalry. and resigned and went and became general robert e. lee and eventually general in chief of the confederacy. father was a career army officer. my son is a career army officer. i have taken the oath, three generations of my family have taken the oath. me, thelly puzzled was
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
police chiefs from around the world gathered right here in philadelphia. two officers were hurt while five arrests were made. this broke out all as attorney general jeff sessions was in town to speak with police chiefs from around the country. aaron baskerville was in center city earlier today with more on their message. they're fighting back against police brutality. some had their faces covered. many wanted nothing to do with our camera. >> no cameras. >> talk to one of the organizers. >> reporter: they who talk to me. >> then i won't, either. >> reporter: no comments? >> no. >> minorities groups get no due respect and no one is held accountable for when lives are taken. >> reporter: a wall of officers was there in case. some of the crowd angry and confused at this democrat station. >> martin lew irking stood for something. what do you stand for? what are you doing? >> reporter: officers from around the world are in town for the international association of chiefs of police conference. they too took in all the sights and sounds. >> let them have their conversation right now. i
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
> >>> i'm michael smerkonish in philadelphia. we welcome viewers in the united states and around the world. the president up and tweeting. quote i hope the fake news media keeps talking about wacky congresswoman wilson in that she as a representative is killing the democratic party. you're going to get your wish, mr. president. so deep is america's political divide that we are now arguing over comforting gold star families. i have a solution -- and it's not what you might expect. and the president also tweeted this answer to a question i was about to ask. subject to the receipt of further information, i will be allowing as presidented long blocked and classified jfk files to be opened. president trump was the only remaining hurdle to this thursday's legally required release of more than 3,000 classified documents from the kennedy assassination. what might they reveal? >>> plus with north korea threatening nuclear war and the president headed to south korea on november 7, is it too risky for him to follow protocol and visit the demilitarized zone? >>> also there's a senator on tri
scholars from the soviet union came to philadelphia for a conference. my husband and i took them around and show them wonderful sights of philadelphia. we took 2 -- we took them to a supermarket that blew them away. the three gentlemen must have , round and round, down the line, it was the most fabulous thing they had ever seen. childish, but they had the glee. all they ate was desserts. was one of those wonderful moments because it was still pretty bad in 1956 in the soviet union. it is philadelphia based. for -- new known york is known for everything. i was in new york and it is very .oung i think it was 9, 10 or 11 and it was the first time i encountered hunger. wase was a fellow that hovering until people were finished with their meals and some of them left things. one had left a blueberry muffin on their plate. he took it and then he would wait for someone else. he was scrounging for food. it is funny to encounter hunger in a place associated with such bounty, or what have you. rick: let me ask you one final question. is this it for you? youryou exhausted authority all juice
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
philadelphia. we welcome viewers in the united states and around the world. the president up and tweeting. quote i hope the fake news media keeps talking about wacky congresswoman wilson in that she as a representative is killing the democratic party. you're going to get your wish, mr. president. so deep is america's political divide that we are now arguing over comforting gold star families.
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. 4.3 minutes to yourself. this calls for a taste of cheesecake. new philadelphia cheesecake cups. rich, creamy cheesecake with real strawberries. find them with the refrigerated desserts. >>> that does it for us. thanks for your time. great discussions. keep it going on twitter. good night and stay tuned. "a.m. joy" starts right now. >>> this week the #metoo proliferated on social media and millions shared their stories of surviving sexual assault and harassment amid allegations against disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein. weinstein denies these claims against him. the me too movement began a decade ago lived as a camper said she was being abused at home. she says at the time "couldn't even bring myself to whisper me too. mow the moveme men
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 4:08pm EDT
19th century in philadelphia where they were already fishing out wasters and the shad and the catfish. to the catfish dinners here, catfish dinners all over town. and even the sturgeon fisheries which indelaware bay, the 1880s, actually produced the ofld's mightiest share caviar, which i don't think most folks know. mark i am sure knows. or how about 1902. that is when the automat debuted, assembly line eating for an industrializing city. you could almost hear the fast food movement revving up in the background. so it was not long after that, after the world war, but for the first second, before the national highway system, chain restaurants and frozen foods, that mark kurlansky's younger land held sway. the real genius of this book, which i absolutely find a treat, is that he lets the voices of that moment tell about it and witness it. firsthand. so you get rants about the lost art of mashing potatoes properly, about the incessant fakery of the new york literary tea. and we can talk about some of this, tales of western land fries, which is a rather euphemistic term for what was going
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 3:33pm EDT
research. >> your second question, philadelphia. >> in my research -- >> are you there? >> yes, i'm here. >> we lost him. west virginia. >> i was wondering do you guys brought the general of the colonel of the vietnamese army with you and i was wondering if he had any input of the book and his view was on what you guys were doing there and how he felt about it? >> that's a good question. i hadn't thought about it in that sense before. in order to get permission to do what i wanted to do in vietnam, my interpreter and guide and i had to go through the hoops of the bureaucracy of the people's republic of vietnam, so they knew it was an official visit in that sense. and when they talked to him and told him that i wanted to interview him, he knew that i was an author writing a book about october 1967 and then in the course of my interview with him, it became more apparent to him what i was interested in. he had no other influence in me. >> next call is west hartford, connecticut. >> i have a question for the author, a couple of things, where was robert kennedy at this time? and did it impact
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 9:00pm +03
couple of games the celtics were looking to turn things around against the philadelphia seventy six is. start of the night for boston with twenty one points over the out of fifteen more the celtics winning one zero two seven ninety eight. that is i suppose looking for now let's get back to felicity in london. thanks so much david it's just about it for me. on the news crew here in london so far away in a cloud we'll have more the day's news for you in a couple of minutes thanks for watching. news has never been more available it's a constant barrage of it with every day but the message is a simplistic you have the frank good logical rational crazy wants and misinformation is rife dismissal and denial of well documented accusations and evidence is part of genocide the listening post provides a critical counterpoint challenging mainstream media narratives at this time on al-jazeera. in a country beset by poverty and lack of infrastructure. sometimes we risk our own lives in taking these votes let's gather saving lives is a dangerous job it's a vaccine so it's on a good twenty four hours
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
baltimore and philadelphia in ruth to new york. that would be amazing. julie: how long is your commute, train, plane, automobile? kelly: four hours. elon musk, see me. julie: i like it. kelly: i could be his test. we will be back at 4:00 p.m. eastern. julie: one hour from now. i hope to see you on the fox report. kelly: did you see 10:00? [laughter] >> welcome to the journal editorial report, a big step forward in the republican tax reform effort as the senate passed a budget blueprint thursday night that paves the way for $1.5 trillion in tax cuts and blocks democrats from filibustering a final deal, so the the gop deliver before the year's end, let's ask dan henninger, kim strassel, editorial page kate odell and columnist bill mcgurn. are the republicans getting act together after health care fiasco? >>
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 1:50pm EDT
beach, the liberty medal in philadelphia. he talked about the lead for u.s. leadership in the world. sunday, 6:30speech p.m. eastern time on c-span. x would you rise for a moment. >> would you rise for a moment, stretch, close your eyes -- icu. trust me, empathy. i want you to stretch your imagination. [car crashing] >> that is how quick it happens. no warning. german villains junior talks about his own paralysis and his work to help paralyzed veterans. >> this is the problem. i see from a patient's perspective, policy perspective, advocates perspective. you have to empathize. make it the will ideal provider for veterans who have gone to combat and sacrificed. >> sunday night at 8:00 eastern on c-span's "q&a." fromxt on c-span, turning -- journalists from "the washington post and "this is the -- tes -- 60 minutes ms. casey: it is so great to see all of you here. i'm libby casey with "the washington post." i'm one of our on-air reporters, and i am joined by the team that made this story happen. it is great to have you well on -- guys on stage and get to hear from you in person. lenny
richmond correspondent to the philadelphia press observed several captors walking to philadelphia prison under the eyes of the u.s. colored troops. one of the prisoners spotted his former slave. when the confederate said, jack, is that you? the black sentinel's face revealed astonishment and disdain for the familiarity of a address. product, don'tr you know me? he responded, i know you very well, and if you do not fall in line, i will give you the banner. confederate officials found themselves face to face with black guards. union soldiers occupied the city after the fall of richmond. command supposedly replaced united states colored troops at the wife of robert e. lee's residence. black soldiers were replaced with white soldiers. an editor said, it must have been the uniform that affected her nerves. when confederate secretary of the treasury turned himself into union authorities, he was ordered to a charleston jail. white and black guards argued who should have the honor of taking him to the jail cell. when jefferson davis was captured, northerners increase their demands for his
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm +03
losing their first two games the celtics were looking to turn things around against the philadelphia seventy six ers kyrie irving starred on the night for boston scoring twenty one points while four ford added fifteen more as the celtics ran out one hundred and two to ninety two winners that was hamilton is closer to another formula one world championship title the mercedes driver finished fastest in both practice sessions ahead of the qualifying for the u.s. . he also broke the record for the fastest lap of the circuit of the americas on friday the britain will clinch his fourth title on sunday if you wins the race with ferrari sebastian vettel lower than six vettel was third fastest in practice. and moto g.p. world champion marc marc has is in pole position for the fourth year in a row at the australian grand prix the honda riders set the fastest time in qualifying at the phillip island circuit on saturday is a major blow to the title hopes of championship rival andre to the c.e.o. so he finished down in eleventh maverick then ellis will be second on the grid and darko finished thi
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am PDT
quote ♪ >>> i'm miking smerconish in philadelphia. we welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. the president up and tweeting, quote, i hope the fake news media keeps talking about wacky
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 9:00am EDT
general jeff sessions in philadelphia. >>> those stories in a moment, but outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers. i see the sun behind you. >> reporter: we are expecting a full day of sunshine and warm temperatures especially for october standards. it was mig but warm this morning, however, take a look at the morning lows around the region. the poconos, 36. pottstown, 38. allentown, 40. trenton, 44. dover, 47. philadelphia just a degree under 50 degrees. now you're up to 58. with the sunshine we're seeing terms are responding nicely. millville, 44 you're up to 58, as well. atlantic city, beach haven 58. dover, 56. cape may, 56. and lancaster, 50. satellite and radar just like what we seen over the last several days we're expecting a fuel day of sunshine. maybe at times you'll see high, thin clouds, but that's about it. future tracker showing you right there 35:00 it's going to be a beautiful day with warm temperatures. the call from accuweather, mostly sunny and warm, high of 77 degrees. just in case you were wondering where that stacks up against the normals, the norm
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am PDT
of the top contenders and they are, coming in third, philadelphia, atlanta, ranking second, and at number one, austin, texas. we won't know until some time next year if amazon choobss the capital city of texas. >>> sean spicer reportedly asked about during his meeting with special counsel robert mueller this week. before the break, a couple of political laugh lines from thursday's dinner with keynote speaker paul ryan developing the punch lines. >> the fact you learn when you're speaker, i am now second in line of succession since steve bannon has resigned. truth is, no one's infallible. we all make mistakes. we all learn. i personally have learned so much in congress. for example, i learned that tweeting after midnight is a really bad night. whether you're president trump or especially anthony weiner. you nervous? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis? how do you chase what you love do what i did. ask your doctor about humira. it's proven to help relieve pain and protect joints from further irreversible damage in many adults. humira works by targeting and he
PBS
Oct 21, 2017 5:30am PDT
begin? it began by senator mccain in philadelphia accepting the ward from the constitutional center from vice president biden, amazingly so, a former senator, there john mccain who knows his time is short so every word from him is very significant. and john mccain talking about half-baked nationalism. and walking away from the commitments that we've made, for three quarters of the century. so john mccain is making a lot of big statements. he's making good use of whatever time and all of our time is very limited. but you stack that with president bush as we mentioned, you stack that away president obama, he said he thought we were 50 years past some of these conversations and then just today speaker paul ryan saying to you, that identity politics had gotten out of hand. that is a remarkable run in five days. >> rose: is he going to be in 2020 the president, a viable contender for reelection? >> of course. >> rose: go ahead. >> i didn't want to interrupt you. but i know you agree with this just based on math and history you would say yes. say we get tax cuts and there's going to be an
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 8:30am EDT
in philadelphia, 46 in wilmington and 41 in mt. holly. allentown you're at 42 degrees. temperatures starting in the 40s, low 50s, but soon enough they're going to make that quick climb on up into the 70s. and for some of us we're talking upper 70s by this afternoon, those peak high temperatures. on radar and satellite clear picture right now. remain that way through the day sunny to mostly sunny conditions. take a look as we progress through the next handful of hours. we're already at 67 in the forecast by 11:00 a.m., 74 degrees by 2:00 in the afternoon with very light winds. and there it is, plenty of sunshine as well. this doesn't last forever though. we do see changes as we go into your next workweek. we'll talk more about those coming up. >>> we'll see you shortly. thanks for that, krystal. new this morning, a car crash in montgomery county with rescuers pulling the driver from the wreckage. you can see the car flipped over on the sidewalk here. this is on city avenue near 76th street. the car also took down some light poles when it rolled over around 6:30 this morning. medics d
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am PDT
established by metlife. ♪ >>> i'm miking smerconish in philadelphia. we welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. the president up and tweeting, quote, i hope the fake news media keeps talking about wacky congresswoman wilson in that she as a representative is killing the democrat party. you're getting your wish, mr. president. we're now arguing over comforting gold star families pipe have a solution, and it's not what you might expect. and the president also tweeted this answer to a question i was about to ask -- subject to receipt of further information, i will be allowing, as president, the long blocked and
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am PDT
philadelphia monday warning against trumpism in a similar way i think george bush did. he late in the week was threatening to subpoena the administration and hold hearings from the senate armed services committee related to niger. he is irate that the administration didn't brief him or hreubd seu graham that we had special operations in niger as they are legally supposed to do special operations in niger as they are legally supposed to do. they have such a small margin for error on tax cuts. after the speech on monday, president trump said john mccain better be careful because he doesn't want me to start attacking him. i'm not sure how far you can go than by saying this man whos has terminal cancer and a war hero, how far he can go. he will never be on the ballot again and he has nothing else to lose. he is someone who can be unpredictable historically and now has every incentive tractor trailer world to thwart donald trump at the right moments. >> i don't think he will take it off the tax table. let me go to you, courtney. who is the most important person not named trump? >> i would
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 8:00am EDT
philadelphia talking to police officers from around the country glrnlt -- around the country. >>> plus imagine getting from l.a. to new york in a matter of minutes, all those stories next on "action news" saturday morning. he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. is saturday, october 21. i'm gray hall. here's a look at the stories we're working on right now on "action news." >>> fire crews rescue a man and his dog from their burning home overnight. >>> new information on the ambush that killed four americans in niger. were there signs something was wrong. >>> attorney general jeff sessions in philadelphia. >>> those stories in a moment, but outside we go to m
amplified when the army continued the use of these guards. a correspondent to "the philadelphia press," observed several hundred captured prisoners walking to philadelphia prison under the eyes of the u.s. colored troops. one of his prisoners spotted his former slave. when the confederate said, jack, is that you? the black sectional revealed astonishment and disdain for the familiarity of a request. of the address -- of the address. jack, do you not know me? the slave reviews, yes, i know you. if you do not fall back in line, i will use this banner. confederate officials found themselves face to face with black guards. union soldiers occupied the city after the fall of richmond. command placed united states officers were placed with colored troops at the wife of robert e. lee's residence. black soldiers were replaced with white soldiers. -- when- and editor george turned himself into union authorities, he was ordered to the charleston jail. what an black guards quarreled, argued at the depot, who should have the honor of taking him to the jail cell. when jefferson davis was calve t --
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 7:00am EDT
. today, 77. it will get better, 37 in the poconos. 491 in allentown. 50 in philadelphia. millville, 44. cape may, checking in at 55. as you can see on satellite and radar just like yesterday and the day before and the day before that, we're looking at mainly clear skies today, mostly sunny conditions. should be a nice start to the weekend. mostly sunny and warm that's the call from accuweather, 77 degrees is today's forecasted high. now, tomorrow we'll see a little bit more in the way of high, thin clouds overspreading the stay. that will keep the temperatures cooler, maybe 73, 74 that's absolutely balmy for this time of the year. >>> when i come back we'll focus on the wet weather heading this way on tuesday. rainfall totals close to an inch in some locations. i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> thank you for the update. 7:02 a.m. breaking news coming in from delaware, firefighters rescued an he elder i man and his dog bh rushed to the hospital in critical condition. firefighters were called to mill creek after 3:30 a.m., they found flames shootin
FOX
Oct 21, 2017 7:00am EDT
u.s. attorney general and philadelphia today jeff sessions speaking to thousands of police officers and protesters say they will be there, too. >>> busted. police zeroing in on a major gambling operation. dozens of locations run by one family and investigators say it brought in millions of dollars. >>> sixers hype around the home opener. fans packed in to see joel embiid and the team in action in philadelphia. some famous faces out in the crowd. >>> and constipation, pain, extreme weight loss and even death? a famous face finalist from project runway dead at 39 from an intestinal disorder. what exactly it is and what symptoms you should pay attention to. >>> that's such a sad story. caught many people off guard. good day, it's at saturday, october 21, 2017. good news it doesn't feel like october. i think it still feels a little bit like late summer outside. >> what wardrobe do you wear? temperatures running well above average but it will be super saturday. live look down the shore. >> nice. >> beautiful sunrise ahead and those temperatures they will soar later on this afternoon. so
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 7:00am EDT
philadelphia side of city avenue. you can see the car on its roof up on the sidewalk. we're working to get some more information about the victim's condition in this case. also, city avenue in this area is closed in both directions. we're going to continue to follow this. we'll have updates on the nbc10 app and right here on the air. >>> now let's get a check of our first alert forecast with meteorologist krystal klei. krystal. >> and it's a really nice forecast. right now we're at 50 degrees in philadelphia and 47 in wilmington, trenton the same. these temperatures though they're bumping up. we're talking highs that are going to be in the mid and upper 70s by this afternoon. and on top of that look at radar and satellite. not a thing to track. that remains the case throughout today with sunny to just mostly sunny conditions. no rain in sight quite yet. >>> today, attorney general jeff sessions will be in philadelphia to attend a major conference of police chiefs from all across the globe. law enforcement will be there with protesters. sessions will be speaking a little bit later on
CBS
Oct 21, 2017 7:00am EDT
carabeo. philadelphia police are investigating after a teenager is gun down in east mt. airy. now, this shooting happened along the 7700 block of cedarbrook avenue, just after 10:00 last night. authority tell us a 16 year old boy was shot once in the neck. he was transported to the hospital in critical condition no word yet on what sparked that gunfire. >>> now, to the eyewitness weather forecast, with meteorologist, chelsey ingram. hi, kelly. >> good morning, everyone, we start you off with a look at beautiful sunrise this morning , in rehoboth beach, delaware. take a look at at that view. simply stunning. weigh start out your saturday morning, headed out in the afternoon temperatures climb to the upper 70s, believe it or not, well above average for this time of year. forecasting high of 77 degrees it is going to be warm one, abundant sunshine, beautiful blue skies, your eyewitness weather seven day forecast, 77 t today, basically, increasing clouds on monday, rain moves in monday night into tuesday, and then we cool down by the middle of the upcoming week. jan? >> thank, chelsey. our
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
sessions will be in philadelphia to speak to police chiefs from around the world. this as officers are bracing for protests during his visit. wizards unite. we have the details on the magical festival happening this weekend and the traffic and parking problems that you will definitely want to avoid. >>> those lines are from yesterday. it's going to be even more packed today. we'll get details on the harry potter festival in just a few moments. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today," i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this saturday. let's start with that weekend weather because i'm sure you've got plans for outside today. meteorologist krystal klei is here to fill us in on what we can look forward to. krystal. >> anything outside. all plans outside are good to go because we've got really nice conditions as we go through the afternoon. now, if you are itching to wear a big sweater and boots and a scarf as you go to the pumpkin patch, this is not exactly your forecast because it's too warm for that kind of stuff. look where we're starting some of these numbers are where, you know, t
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
crash in south philadelphia, last night in the southbound lanes of the exit ramp for the walt whitman bridge just after 11:00 p.m. police say the 26-year-old victim was riding at a high rate of speed when he lost control and hit a guardrail. police shut down the highway as they investigated it. the scene was cleared at 3:00 a.m. >>> this morning the investigation continues after three teenagers were shot by bb guns this week. one teenager was shot nine times on the school bus. police arrested the suspect, police want to know if he is responsible for the other two attacks. jeff chirico has the details. >> i'm devastated, i'm trying to hold it together. >> reporter: this mom who asks we not identify her, fears for her 16-year-old son's safety after he became target practice for a classmate with a bb gun. her son was riding the bus to school when another student sat near him. >> he pulled out a bb gun and started shooting. my son had to take the book bag and shield himself. >> reporter: he was struck nine times on the left arm and leg. >> he is traumatized, all his friends were carrying
CBS
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
arrange out there. mount pocono, 39 degrees. 42 degrees in allentown, 50 degrees in philadelphia. 44 degrees in millville. down the shore, it is 47 in wildwood, right around 49 degrees, in atlantic particular city. dew points are in the 30's and 40's, so that's making for these very crisp and comfortable mornings, and also , very comfortable afternoons, dry conditions, out there, and it will be changing though as we head into the upcoming week, storm scan3, shows, that it is completely quiet out there. high pressure is in control. but as i mention, some changes will be headed our way, but this area of high pressure promoting the sunshine, that len joy throughout the day today. we warm up by the noon hour, to around 72 degrees. at 3:00, forecasting high temperature of 77, jan, i'll let you know when rain returns to the forecast, and also, a cool-down, will be on the way, i'll have details coming up. >> chelsey, thank you. >>> time is 6:02 now. and time to check the roads, let's go over to jill in the cbs-3 traffic center. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, jan , this is li
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 3:00am PDT
best memor memory. jason: interception against philadelphia in the play offs. pete: was that a cart wheel intercepts? if you want to google jason sehorn highlights. we can't show that video on the program. amazing interception tips it to himself falls over and catches it for a touchdown. jason: good times in there. pete: toughest opponent, individual. jason: teams were more difficult. teams and concepts. cowboys of the early 90's aikman and smith and two or three in the hall of fame. pretty awesome. abby: we can sit here and talk. so many questions. we want to get your thoughts on this. new study out that says being an athlete or a rock star is not number one for a child to aspire to. take a listen to this. only 2% as part of this survey say that they want to be an athlete. 2%. 12% want to be actors, will% teachers, 12% now say they want to be a business leader. this seems like the opposite of the way it used to be. jason: i think when you look at this what i like about this top one there, business leaders, teachers, can you study hard, work hard and become that. like that's attaina
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 5:30am EDT
philadelphia to take on the eagles. cousins leading the way on the special day at fed ex field. it was the annual think pink game as they continue to raise awareness for breast cancer research. on now to the show down monday night. more on that later. coming up next we'll pull up a chair. >>> redskins used the 9th round pick on a densive lineman. darryl grant made the most out of the opportunity. becoming a member of two red skin super bowl championship defenses in '82 and '87. here's part one of my sit down with him. >> welcome back to redskins chronicles. joined by one of my favorite all time redskins. darryl grant. >> thank you for having me. >> you grew up in career one we see on tv, friday night lights and all of that. >> yeah it was pretty much friday night lights. we had a pretty successful team and being in san antonio. it was football. football was everything on friday nights. >> and you're recruiting to college, you ended up going to rice which is in the state of texas, but did you have opportunities to go elsewhere? >> yes i did. i had several visits one was to baylor and he wan
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Oct 21, 2017 5:30am EDT
in philadelphia. we are live with a preview. >>> been there before. what we're learning about two would-be shoplifters who got locked inside a 7-eleven and ended up getting charged with attacking a police officer. >>> another warm weekend on tap as we take a live look over philadelphia. we will see unseasonably warm temperatures today, but a more fall-like forecast is on the way. we've got details ahead in your first alert neighborhood weather. >>> good morning. this is "nbc10 news today," thanks for being with us on this saturday. i'm rosemary connors. it's 5:30 right now. let's begin with that weekend weather because it's going to be gorgeous out there. meteorologist krystal klei has some good news for us. krystal, fill us in. >> if you're a fan of the 70s, they're not going anywhere. and we're starting out not terribly cold at least for most of us. in the 40s in mt. holly and a few areas in the pennsylvania suburbs on the chilly side, but look at coatesville, wilmington, upper 40s to around 50 degrees, that is not a bad start for temperatures. here's look at radar and satellite
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 5:30am EDT
70s. monday and tuesday we're talking mid 70s and the numbers come down again. philadelphia, 50. poconos, 39 degrees. trenton, 47. millville, 46. cape may, 55. all the cloud cover continues to be to the west. it's been the setup for the last four or five days as the high anchors itself across the eastern seaboard and keeps all the cloud cover at bay. call from accuweather, we're looking at more sunshine, wall-to-wall blue skies. another gem, 71. 4:00 p.m., 76. 7:00 p.m., 69 degrees. we'll call it sun and comfortable. gray? >> thank you for the update. 5:31 a.m., police say a driver crashed into several cars in north philadelphia before eventually flipping her own car. she faces dui charges. take a look, this was the scene along the 900 block of brown street overnight. look at this scene. police say the driver lost control and hit two parked cars before she eventually overturned. no injuries were reported. police in montgomery county made an arrest in a bb gun attack in cheltenham and now investigators are trying to figure out if the suspect is connected to two other random attac
CBS
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am EDT
>> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news " this morning. >>> a string of armed robberies in a busy philadelphia neighborhood. last night police say the suspect struck again. but this time he wasn't able to get away. >>> the white house continues to trade barbs with a member of congress over a phonecall to the family after fallen soldier. i'm set lemon on capitol hill with the latest coming up. >>> and a light show in the sky. the celestial site that has people camping out. coming up how you can see it, too. >> today is saturday, october 21st, good morning, i'm jan carabeo. let's get right over to meteorologist, chelsey ingram, with eyewitness weather. good saturday morning, chelsey some lovely weather recently. i've been soaking it up. >> i know, we've been so lucky , more on the way, but also pattern change that will be headed our way, jan. we have temperatures once again that will be well above average throughout pretty much the entire weekend. let's start you off now with a live look from the live neighborhood hood network. look
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am EDT
be in philadelphia to speak to police chiefs from around the world. this as officers are bracing for protest during his visit. >>> muggles and wizards delight. and the traffic and parking problems you will want to avoid. >>> we've got you covered on "harry potter," don't worry about it. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today," thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 5:00 on this saturday. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking a warm day ahead. krystal, fill us in. >> so let's start by looking at temperatures out there. right now already not a bad start to your morning. little chill in the air especially north and west, 41 in pottstown and reading you're at 44. check out philadelphia, 50 to start, not bad. 49 in wildwood and millville at 46. a little cool of a beginning, but as we go through the afternoon hours you're just going to feel that warmup as we've been seeing temperatures way warmer than average continue today. look at radar and satellite, we have this just perfectly clear picture yet again. man, i had the last two days off and i had the windows up the bot
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am EDT
from the salmon. baltimore to philadelphia. and cnn never mentioned that. it's just a mine will destroy this bay. but it's 100 miles away. kennedy: yeah, it takes longer than something you could possibly walk in a day? i'm sorry, you no longer have domain over the area. it is dishonest reporting and glad you bring it up again. interesting story when you first reported on it, and we're seeing some of this unfold, hopefully to our benefits so we can live like gluttons forever. >> i don't want to be glutton, i want to live forever. kennedy: ebony and ivory. is it possible to fat shame a bear? >> no. kennedy: yes, we'll discuss it in "topical storm" next. we all depend on trucks. chevy, chevy, chevy trucks. we think it's because chevrolets are the most dependable dependable dependable trucks. built to last a long long time. with durable durability and rugged ruggedness. i like the extra power hauling power maxi power!!! and quality. seems they make them strong extra strong mile after mile after mile. ♪chevrolet! money managers are pretty much the same. all but while some push high
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Oct 21, 2017 3:30am EDT
taken them 20 years but they have finally zeroed in on a major gambling operation in philadelphia. this family business according to police was raking in the dough. police say 66-year-old gary creagh and his son, daughter, brother and cousin ran a citywide numbers scheme operated out of 40 different locations across philadelphia. the operation was highly organized and located in unmarked buildings throughout the city. typically in low-income neighborhoods. most of the people who placed bets at these locations according to police were on a fixed income. >> the operation run by gary creagh, sr., generated millions of dollars of elicit profits. >> this criminal enterprise was really a thorn in philadelphia police department' citywide advice's side. >> creagh was released on $250,000 bail. his attorney says he will fight these charges. >>> this man behind bars in chester county tonight accused of shooting at his own brother. police in west white land township say 59-year-old jesse pet tis punched his brother and said he'd have him killed. this was last sunday. he was arrested and free
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Oct 20, 2017 11:34pm PDT
applause ] the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] happy birthday, damon. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- sofia vergara, from "ghosted" actor and comedian, craig robinson, star of "difficult people" actress and comedian, julie klausner, featuring the 8g band with gregg bissonette. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. twitter announced yesterday it will be increasing its character limit from 140 to 280 characters per tweet, on a trial basis. so we're now officially at war with at leat
CBS
Oct 21, 2017 2:07am EDT
out of 40 locations in philadelphia including ap unmarked building on south 17 and street. >>> look up tonight and tomorrow for a glimpse of a dazzling light show, it is the peak of the orionids meteor shower. a fire ball in the sky. check this out. this is youtube video from wednesday in sea gurt. hundreds reported seeing the fire ball as astronomers started preparing for the event. alexandria hoff is at bell plains state forest in south jersey keeping a close eye on the sky. >> reporter: the cast of characters assembled >> i've been nuts all my life. >> reporter: almost as vast and elect tick >> where did you guys go? . >> reporter: as the subject matter they will soon gaze upon >> we're the darkest spots in almost like a 400 mile radius. >> reporter: from the deep woods of cape may county the focus will be on deep space >> after dark over here there will be a little fuzz. >> reporter: this is a star party held near woodbine, run by you south jersey astronomy club >> you see people come down from new york and connecticut. >> reporter: the lack of moon and humidity created near per
to thank you for the work you've done at the v.a. medical center in philadelphia as well. critically important work. i know i wasn't here for senator murray's questions but i believe she asked a question about the penalties and incentives. am i right about that. i just want to make sure. i guess my follow-up to that line of questioning would be with regard to you, dr. ash, that your research indicates the penalty incentives may not have had the effect on individual behaviors. both you and dr. roizen have both indicated the importance of many hours, 5,000 hours of waking activity when we're not interacting with the healthcare system and penalties and rewards can be as high as thousands of dollars a year. we heard dr. roizen's program uses a 30% penalty, the limit the eeoc has set when it issued the rule last year. my question is basically this. based upon your research and other behavioral economic research, is it necessary to use such large penalties or rewards, and if not, what would you recommend such rewards or penalties to be? >> thank you for your question, senator c
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 1:42am EDT
burglary, trespassing and criminal misscheef. >> the philadelphia police office busted one of the largest gambling operations. nine people are behind bars with gary cray at the top. he employed several people including family members to run an illegal street lottery for 20 years. the d.a. alleges cray raked in millions of dollars buying luxury cars and homes for himselfs. >> the sixers may be 0-2 but they are leading the league in buzz. the rooky sensation and joel embiid took to the home cork fot for the first time. hi, jamie. >> a disappointing result considering the atmosphere. sixer fans saw the losing in front of their eyes as 'e embidd fultz made their debut. >> you would think it was the laker game. samuel jackson court side. >> embid scored late in the third quarter, sixers up nine, their largest lead. he should be dunking like that. sixers late in the third but the game got away from them in the fourth. they lost 102-92. monica, the sixers have yet to win. they'll try again tomorrow night in toronto. with it being the third game in four night, joel embiid will not play. n
CBS
Oct 20, 2017 11:35pm EDT
for the future. and that's why target has partnered with the nonprofit greensgrow in philadelphia. the novel idea was... can we put a farm in the heart of the city and really put food directly accessible to the people that were eating it. i think it's very important for us to come outside of target and really be inside of peoples' communities, as well. cbs eye on the community is sponsored by target. sweet 4k tv, mr. peterson. thanks. i'm pretty psyched. did you get fios too? no, was i supposed to get fios? mr. peterson. fios is a 100% fiber-optic network. it's like it was invented to stream 4k movies and shows. how do you know so much about tv and internet? the internet. right. streaming is only as good as your internet. so get the best internet - with the 100% fiber-optic network - get fios - now just $79.99 per month for fios gigabit connection plus tv and phone. ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody! welcome back! ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, in the last year alone, you've seen my next guest in "royal pains," "prison break" and the new season of "
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Oct 20, 2017 11:00pm EDT
philadelphia including ap unmarked building on south 17 and street. >>> look up tonight and tomorrow for a glimpse of a dazzling light show, it is the peak of the orionids meteor shower. a fire ball in the sky. check this out. this is youtube video from wednesday in sea gurt. hundreds reported seeing the fire ball as astronomers started preparing for the event. alexandria hoff is at bell plains state forest in south jersey keeping a close eye on the sky. >> reporter: the cast of characters assembled >> i've been nuts all my life. >> reporter: almost as vast and elect tick >> where did you guys go? . >> reporter: as the subject matter they will soon gaze upon >> we're the darkest spots in almost like a 400 mile radius. >> reporter: from the deep woods of cape may county the focus will be on deep space >> after dark over here there will be a little fuzz. >> reporter: this is a star party held near woodbine, run by you south jersey astronomy club >> you see people come down from new york and connecticut. >> reporter: the lack of moon and humidity created near perfect conditions to cast the or
FOX
Oct 20, 2017 11:00pm EDT
get people from d.c. to new york request stops in baltimore and philadelphia. >> marine corps marathon season this weekend. event kicked off this morning gaylord national resort national harbor runners participated in health and fitness expo today and also a runners skvrns. there will be lots of road closures in effect for the race and begin as early as 3:30 a.m. sunday. roads will be reopening on a rolling basis. if you are headed to the race, metro is best option. metro opens at 6 a.m. sunday and closest station to start race is pentagon station on blue and yellow lines. a full list of road closures is on our web site, check out the web site foxdc.com. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> all right. let's talk about that. >> racing through it. >> that's a problem. >> let's talk about the weather, of course, certainly for the marathon we have to get through saturday first. >> both days i want to say are equally, very, very nice. there's not going to be any major problems. problem is what day do you want to do what you have to do both will be great. you can make your choice. try
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