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sleeping.. state police in virginia responded to a serious car accident on the beltway. the single vehicle crash temporarily blocked all outer lanes just after midnight. a few hours ago-- we learned that one person died in the crash. the cause of the accident is still under investigation. as julie just said-- tho morning. donald trump making the first stop on his victory tour in ohio. the president-elect returning to his campaign roots while touting his big white house win. abc's janai norman has more on trump's talking points-- including a renewed vow to build a wall on the u.s-mexico border. if the 17 days trump spent campaigning in ohio after clinching the nomination was the road show?this was the reunion. sot donald trump in ohio: "i love you, ohio, this is a great place." in cincinnati, mapping out a
replacing obamacare and focusing more on inclusion. soundbite donald trump, us president-elect: "we denounce all of the hatred. // we have to come together, we have no choice." the president-elect condemning bigotry and prejudice, but just as quickly going back to some of his most controversial campaign rhetoric seen by some as just that. soundbite donald trump, president-elect: "we will construct a great wall at the border. to keeping muslims out of the country. soundbite donald trump, us president-elect: "people are pouring in from regions of the mid are, where they come from, what they're thinking, gloating in his win over hillary clinton, the president-elect smiling as supporters chanted to "lock her up." trump: we had a lot of fun fighting hillary clinton?. (and smiled as the crowd chanted "lock her up.") earlier in the day, in indiana where mike pence is still governor, trump and the vice president-elect talking about the deal to keep a
in indianapolis ?in return for 7 million dollars in tax incentives. trump saying he's sent a very loud messages to companies wanting to leave. sot trump: there will be consequences. meaning, they'll be taxed very heavily at the border if they want leave, to fire their people, leave jn tag: senator bernie sanders criticizing the deal, saying carrier "took trump hostage and won," adding the president-elect has signaled to corporations they can now threaten to offshore jobs in exchange news washingotn. emergency crews are on the ground, across the southeast after a wave of deadly storms. there were 36 reported tornadoes this week in alabama, tennessee, mississippi, and louisiana. 5 people were killed and 7 were injured. a new study by a columbia university applied physics professor-- found extreme tornado outbreaks are creating even
but critics say until this week-- 2016 was actually on pace to be one of the quietest tornado years in history. new this morning. federal investigators have finished a preliminary investigation into a tragic school bus crash in chattanooga, tennessee. officials say a report will be published in the next few weeks. among other aspects-- crews are trying to figure out if seatbelts could have saved lives during the crash. 6 children were killed when their bus overturned on november 21st. the driver is now charged with homicide. a holiday warning. there's a lot of online shopping going on - and thieves are waiting to pounce on those presents. between now and the first of the year, a billion and a half packages will be delivered to doorsteps across america. and every year -- 23 million people across the country -- fall victim to "porch pirates." so what can you to do prevent it? check if your carrier has a program where you can choose delivery times and locations- to make sure you're home. surveillance
camera that sends an alert to your phone wherever you are -- and lets you know when someone's there. coming up. tragedy in tennessee. crews are assessing the damage caused by a devastating wildfire. and now one musical icon is pledging to help those hardest hit.. what she is doing.. coming up. and this holiday season- you can also give back to those in national harbor this saturday from 11am to 3pm. and bring an unwrapped gift for a child- and you might just make someone's holiday - that much
so, how did the agency's 65-hundred agents, uniformed officers and support personnel lose or have stolen nearly 12,000 critical items since 2001? these include laptops, tablets, cell phones, badges, and weapons. even automobiles. the agency had 69 guns lost or stolen in just one year. they're not alone. the gao examined wireless device accountability practices at 15 federal agencies. it's not just good business. it's federal law. washington spends 1.2 billion taxpayer dollars on one and-a-half million cel year. ten agencies had no idea how many devices they had or where they were. for example, the irs was clueless who possessed 29,000 cell phones. but it was paying for them. with your money. the federal government is notorious for not holding workers accountable for bad or irresponsible behavior. each year,
are graded "fully successful." only three-tenths of one percent are graded "minimally successful." one-tenth of a percent are deemed "unacceptable." enough is enough. washington must improve. to comment, go to behind the headlines dot net. i'm mark hyman. damage, following this week's devastating wildfires in and around gatlinburg, tennessee. as search and rescue crews comb through burned down buildings, the death toll is rising. dianne gallagher has more. developing now.. police release
fatal shooting of a teen in west virginia. 62-year-old william pulliam confessed to shooting 15-year-old james means during a confrontation on a street. after the teen charged at him holding a gun. during a court hearing-- police say the incident was captured on a nearby home's surveillence camera. and the video shows a much different account of what happened. police say the teen did have a b-b gun in his waistband.
revealed that pulliam knew the gun was fake before he pulled out his gun and shot the teen. he is now charged with first degree murder. more problems for disgraced former congressman anthony weiner.. new york city is fining him 65-thousand dollars. the city's campaign finance board says weiner paid for personal expenses with campaign cash during his run for mayor in 20-13. the board says weiner improperly used campaign money to cover expenses including a personal phone and dry cleaning. to kick off the holiday season. last night, the first family- lit the national christmas tree on the ellipse. it was the last lighting for the obama family. everyone lucky enough to enjoy the star-studded event got their tickets by entering a lottery. many were happy to
as he has in years past...santa joined the first family for a sing along on stage. this year it was the crowd favorite... jingle bells. a reminder this holiday season- you can give back to those in need. join us at the national harbor this saturday from 11am to 3pm. and bring an unwrapped gift for a child- and holiday - that much brighter. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - dry & cool weekend ahead - next chance of rain
coach who reported seeing coach jerry sandusky sexually abusing a boy.. a judge is awarding mike mcqueary's five million dollars. he sued penn state for the negative treatment he recieved after sandusky was arrested. that money is on top of the awarded him. sandusky is now serving 30 to 60 years in state prison for child molestation. four children and two adults are recovering from minor injuries, after a crash in hialeah, florida involving a school bus. surveillance video captured the moments before the crash. the bus swerved to avoid a nissan, which police say blew through a stop sign. the bus ended up crashing into the wall of a house.
says this is the second time a vehicle has hit the wall in the past five months. he says he does not have insurance for his property. police say the driver of the nissan will be ticketed. and he may have to pay for the damage. well you don't get to be king without accumulating lots of hardware. and lebron james now has a new award for the trophy case. he is sports illustrated's 2016 sportsperson of the year. the magazine says they chose the cleveland cavaliers star for his historic performances across all sports. this year james helped deliver the city of cleveland its fi 1964. this is the second time james has been named s-i's sportsperson of the year-- the last time in 2012. good news for harry potter fans. "the boy who lived".. is now heading to broadway. harry potter and the cursed child" will begin a magical run on the stage in america. thats according to "the wrap". j-k rowling's theatrical play is set to open at new york's lyric theatre
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a victory lap. the president elect returning to his campaign roots - and teasing a new plan of action for his administration. plus - a crisis in safety and leaders for metro's general manager on the hill today. and it's officially decemeber and it's starting to feel like it. the even cooler temperatures on the way this weekend. good morning washington. toss to eileen - dry & cool weekend ahead - next chance of rain tuesday - another big cool down late next week today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 48-54 winds: w 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: mainly clear