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marlboro. an infant is dead after being found unresponsive at a home on harrison place. police raced to the home around noon after receiving a 911 call, two adults and a 19-year-old woman and 21-year-old man were found unresponsive in the home. the d.a.'s office we're told is now investigating. also at 5:30 a white house welcome. the closed door meeting ran long. both said they're committed to a smooth transition. >> trump met with paul ryan and other republican leadership. adam williams joins us live from washington, d.c. he has more on trump's big day in washington. adam. >> reporter: a lot of energy here in front of the white house, one of many protests that have happened over the last couple of days. you know that president-elect trump and president obama have shared some harsh words in the
only about one thing, and that is unifying this country. president obama and president-elect trump spoke about a wide range of issues from organizing the white house to foreign and domestic policy. trump as promised to repeal bahama obamacare and change the policies, but today the two men had nothing but positive words about their meeting. >> i have been very encouraged by the, i president-elect trump's wanting to work with my team around many of the issues that this great country faces. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel. he explained some of the difficulties, some of the high-flying assets and some of the really great things that
>> reporter: after his visit to the white house, trump met with republican leaders on capitol hill. house speaker paul ryan, in fact, showing president-elect trump, his wife melania and vice president-elect mike pence the view from the speaker's office. the balcony overlooks the spot where trump is inaugurated in january. the group then met with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, who supported trump throughout his campaign. both of them are saying that they hope to work together hand in hand with this new administration. and mr. trump left d.c. this afternoon to head back to new york. we'll have much mofr on the historic meeting that happened here at the white house coming up on "7 news at 6:00." for now we send it back home to you guys in boston. >> all right, adam. thank you so much.
since the announcement of president-elect trump, protesters have been sweeping the nation last night in boston. thousands marched through the common holding signs they gathered outside of the statehouse and made their way over. >> it was a peaceful protest. jennifer egan is in boston with much more. >> the rally through thousands to the state house. >> he's never my president. >> reporter: and down intou boston common. >> i want to make sure that i stood up for what is right send a message. >> reporter: protesters were upset about the outcome of the election. today the boston mayor acknowledged their frustrations but urged calm. >> i don't think we need protests. right now is probably the wrong time. some of the folks protesting, i hope they voted. >> it started as a facebook and swelled to more than 1,000
stays united and it gets better. >> roads were closed as demonstrators marched up beacon street, but police say the rally was peaceful. >> protests are great, but let's take that energy to make change if we're going to make change. >> reporter: boston police say no one was arrested and there were no real issues. mayor walsh says whether you voted for trump or not, he's the president-elect and he asked people to see what he does in office. in boston, jennifer egan. 7 news. for their leader. jonathan hall has more on the aftermath of this historic election. this morning democrats coming to term with a new reality. republicans now firmly in control of washington winning the white house and holding both houses of congress. >> this is the most incredible, political feat i have seen in my lifetime. >> we've been given a temporary lease on power, if you will, and
responsibly. >> reporter: democrats defeated but looking for ways to find common ground. the house minority leader, nancy pelosi, placed a call to trump on wednesday suggesting infrastructure projects are a possible area of agreement. pelosi says we can work together to pass a robust infrastructure jobs bill. senator bernie sanders, clinton's former rival turned top surrogate. >> our job is to elect hillary clinton. >> now softening his tone and vowing to work with trump on working families. sanders warns to the degree that he pursues, racist, sexist, xenophobic and antienvironmental policies, we will vigorously on pose him. they brace for a fierce fight ahead over obamacare. >> real change with immediately repealing and replacing the disaster known as obamacare. >> reporter: and the supreme court. trump vowing a more conservative
chances are now dead. >> the supreme court is what it's all about. >> the democrats are also focused on their future and party standouts who might help to lead the way. the base state elizabeth warren harshly critical of the president-elect. >> he thinks because he has a mouth full of tic tacs that he can force himself on any woman within groping distance. >> and cory booker, whose name was floated as a possible vp pick and a rising star in the party. >> patriotism country, but you can't love your country without loving your countrymen and your countrywomen. >> jonathan hall, 7 news. and well, this is an inky situation for a at that time for parlor in the north enld after offering free make america great again tattoos got some threats online. and angry protesters get vocal at the story.
>> a spur of the moment idea backfiring. >> it's amazing how fa row shus people became. >> the boston barber and tattoo company offered free at that time to say of donald trump's make america great again slogan. >> we thought it would be fun to do. it turned ugly. >> reporter: the owner says 13 people showed up to get the tattoo wednesday, but backlash on social media and threatening e-mails became too much to handle. >> they were saying you guys f you. never going in the shop again. i'm just like, wow, really? >> reporter: michael was the only person to get the tattoo. >> i just wanted to put something that was close to my heart, something that i could look at every day and be proud of. >> he says this experience has taught him a lesson. >> i apologize if i offended anybody, maybe it was a little too soon to do something like this. >> he says had hillary clinton
supporters as well. in the newsroom, nancy chens, 7 news. and 7 news will have continuing coverage of that -- of everything that's happened in the days following the election. adam williams will be back anchoring or coverage for washington, d.c. for us at 6:00. that's only about 20 minutes away right now. and the newton mayor is now saying he's moving on. that man announcing today he will not seek re-election in 2017 i employees. he said he's loved serving as the mayor for the past seven years and mentioned accomplishments during his term including the financial crisis, maintaining excellent schools and fixing the city's infrastructure. four protesters arrested in boston after chaining themselves to the doors at a td bank protesting the construction of a pipeline. >> td baj has been a supporter of the pipeline.
john. >> reporter: those protesters used bike locks and pvc bikes to chain themselves to this td bank here behind me. with some people cheering, protesters taken away in handcuffs by boston police thursday morning after chaining themselves to the doors of a td bank in downtown crossing. four activ and two more used reinforced pvc pipes to lock their arms. they're demonstrating against the construction of a pipeline in north dakota. >> what we're asking is for them divest not only because fossil fuels belong in the ground, pulp lines aren't necessary, but at this point more the profound disrespect. >> reporter: td bank extended credit to the pipeline. protesters call for the bank to cancel the loan.
at this point it's equally about the treatment of the standing rock sioux. >> reporter: those four prot protesters are charged with disturbing the peace and resisting arrest. we're live in boston. 7 news. we're over a serious crash this lawrence. five cars crashed on 495 south today shut down the lanes. you see the damage to the van and another car with the roof ripp there's no word how many people are hurt and what the conditions are. a freshman at bright ton high school facing serious charges accused of stabbing a classmate in the school cafeteria on wednesday morning. he was stabbed in the leg and taken to the hospital. a brookline animal hospital evacuated after a potentially hazardous square. employees had to evacuate this morning after they started to feel dizzy and nauseous. police and firefighters showed
>> we found very low levels of some acceptable substances which would normally be found at the hospital. other than that, the building was cleared to be reoccupied. >> 12 employees in total got sick, but no one muches taken to the hospital. they were checked out on the scene and all are okay. ahead here on "7 news at 5:30," an unlikely baseball star rounding the bases at assumption college in worcester. at 6:00 donald trump meets i white house. that's not him, but that was a cute little boy. so the two are talking about the transition that we're all about to witness after this historical election. boston schools reaches out offering counseling to students and parents upset with the election outcome. we continue to follow breaking news. an infant is dead in marlboro. really tragic news here after being found unresponsive at a home on harrison place. two adults were also found unresponsive in the home.
playing on a major league baseball diamond, getting drafted on a baseball team is a big stop. on wednesday one boy got a head start in the mlb. ari schultz is four years old and has been drafted to play for assumption college. they say ari wowed him at tryouts. >> he showed the skill and determination any coach would love. he has a great swing. he has a very high baseball q. >> the draft for the worcester college team was made possible by a local nonprofit team impact. the organization based in boston drafts kids with life-threatening and chronic illnesses to college athletic teams. >> this is perfect for ari because of the experience that you guys will allow him to have. >> ari has congestive heart failure and has been on the wait
he's had 12 different procedures including two surgeries before he was even born. his dad said the opportunity for ari to be a part of the team means a lot to their family and sports fan. >> all this kid wants to do is play sports. he loves baseball. he loves football. he loves soccer. >> ari, why do you love baseball so much. ? >> that he's a member of the team he attends practices, games and events. until it's his turn to step on the field. his favorite player is legendary red sox left fielder ted williams. coming up, the pats are back after a bye-week. we'll tell you who you should start and sit. >> i have russell wilson as my fantasy quarterback against the patriots. forecast for the game up next. police search for a suspect
at longhorn, tonight's special: great steak pairings. a center cut sirloin with a choice of bacon-wrapped shrimp, baby back ribs, or parmesan crusted chicken. you can't fake steak. longhorn steakhouse. sunshine back with us tomorrow. tomorrow is a windy day. s occasionally over 30 miles per hour. that's tied to a cold front. not really all that cold tomorrow. but saturday is chilly. saturday will be the colder of the two weekend days. as we look into canada, any bitter, cold arctic air? no. it's certainly cold when you stack it up against 51 in boston. these temps actually average a little warmer than normal, and so when these cold fronts come
cools us off. there's no significant or, you know, real shock to the system cold in the forecast. granted saturday will be a chilly day. winter is coming. you know that. so is thanksgiving. that's just two weeks away. winter solstice is 40 days away and christmas is 44 days away. the other thing, too, is we continue to lose daylight. sunset today was a 4:26. two weeks from today after the thanksgiving, sundown at 4:16 and december 8th went too fast there. 4:12 the earliest sunsets in the city of boston a month away. 40s and 50s. the city at 51 right now and hyannis at 46. we have a hugh clouds moving through southern new england which provided a gorgeous sunset last half hour, 45 minutes ago. about an hour ago, actually. it's that time now, 5:50. sun is down an hour and a half. we have this cold front racing out of canada and ahead of it the air is still mild. toronto and buffalo in the
then it will turn chilly tomorrow night. tonight is not as chilly. tomorrow is windy why mostly sunny skies. even though we have wind conditions, temps tomorrow around lunchtime reach the upper 50s. this team of year sometimes that wind masks and covers up that mild feel to the air. eventually the wind has colder air. temps tomorrow afternoon as you work up the meramec valley and southern new hampshire, upper 40s and low 50s tomorrow afternoon with mostly sunny skies. sun we have a loss of sunshine. patriots down at gillette sunday evening hosting the seahawks. cool temperatures at kickoff
we get to talk some sports now. it's a full week of politics. i hope you voted. >> i don't have a pin but did vote. >> let's talk about the patriots back on the field takes on the seattle seahawks. this could be a touch one here. >> just excited for fantasy football. we have super bowl xlix. the big match-up seahawks secondary. they could take away half the field. it's interesting to see how they do it. chris hogan could be in for a big game. robert woods lit up the seahawks defense on monday night for the bills. hogan is a lot like woods. >> talking about super bowl 49, mall con butler intercepted that pass in the end zone. a little revenge this weekend? >> maybe for russell wilson.
russell wilson is getting better each week here dealing with responses. they have been good but not great. no jamie collins and bill belichick figures it out but not right away. russell wilson starts. can cleveland make a difference for the browns? >> cleveland is a mess. when think of dumpster fires in football, cleveland browns are right where it starts. pittsburgh is really good here these last couple weeks. mike says. >> set up your line-up and thanks for voting. i'm kim casey with a look at "7 news at 6:00." we have breaking news about an infant found unresponsive at a home in marlboro who has passed. police and the d.a. now investigating. then we go to head back out live to washington, d.c. big day and adam williams is there covering the first
news straight ahead, including live reports from adam williams in d.c. >> "7 news at 6:00" starts right now. donald trump getting the grand tour. the president-elect welcomed to the white house to start the transition of power. >> most of all, i want to emphasize to you mr. president-elect that we now are going to everything we can to help you succeed, because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> from the meetings to the tour to the protests. i'm live in the capital with more coverage of trump's trip to d.c. >> police in arlington arrest a man posing an an fbi agent. >> it's sharply cooler tomorrow night. >> a grand gesture. a biker gang in new hampshire welcoming its newest member.
home. "7 news at 6:00" starts now. two sides come together. >> we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed, because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> looking ahead to america's future. >> mr. president, it was a great honor being with us, and i look forward to being with you many, many more times. thank you so much. >> 7 news is in the nation's capital with coverage good evening, everybody. i'm kim kazy with adam williams live in d.c. where president obama met with president-elect donald trump today. >> reporter: kim, the president laid out the welcome mat for perfect trump -- president-elect trump to hammer home the idea of smooth
it was a harsh campaign with lots of things said about one another, but today it was a different tone. both men say they're committed to moving forward to together. president barack obama. >> we now, are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed, because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> welcome being president-elect donald trump. >> i have great respect after a meeting that lasted for almost an hour and a half. it could longer. >> the closed door one on one white house meeting is a key step to start the smooth transition between administrations. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel. >> it is important for all of us, regardless of party and regardless of political preferences to now come together, work together to deal with the many challenges we face. >> while the two sometimes