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the search for the search for answers. two teens gunned down-- hours before graduation. coming up-- what their parents are saying as police examine new evidence. good morning washington. - cloudy & unseasonably cool today; a few showers - fantastic friday - weekend warm up - heat wave sunday through thursday (feels: 95-100) today: cloudy and cool. isolated showers. highs: 67-70 winds: ne 5-10 mph tonight: cloudy and cool. lows: 50-56 winds: ne 5 mph tomorrow: mostly cloudy. milder than today, t
this morning attackers launched an assault on lawmakers in parliament. sam sweeney is at the live desk with more. larry, it started with one attack, now its up to two. and 1 person is dead so far with 12 injured. first the iranian parliament was hit. officals say 4 attackers took part in that incident wounding 8 people. then at a shrine of the ayatollah at security guard was killed and 4 others wounded. officals called that a terror attack--- saying one of the attackers had a suicide bomb. this type of attack is rare in iran and we are still working to gather details on the specifics of each event... as we get new information- well pass it along. also breaking this morning. a manhunt happening in baltimore county following a police involved shooting. it began last night in patapsco state park.
apporached a car, when suddenly it accelerated and tried to ram them. officers opened fire striking the vehicle. one officer suffered minor injuries, but the suspect escaped. a community shocked and saddened this morning. now loved ones are waiting for answers after two northwest high school students are murdered, hours before they were set to graduate. as tom roussey explains-- the honor roll students were found dead- in a neighborhood -- far from home. and no one seems to be able to explain why there were there. developing now--
government contracter who was arrested for leaking classified documents-- are speaking out. reality winner is accused of printing off a confidential nsa document -- about possible russian election tampering... then sending it to an online news agency. now -- her mother and stepfather voiced their support for her, when they spoke to c-n-n's anderson cooper. winner lived and
meade before moving to georgia, where she was arrested monday night. she is due back in court on thursday. if convicted, winner could face a decade in prison. president trump says he wishes fired f-b-i director james comey "luck" when he testifies on capitol hill tomorrow. comey will testify as part of the senate intelligence committee's russia probe. those close to comey say he'll refute the president's claim that comey told him that he was never under investigation. however-- a new report also claims that comey will stop short of accusing president trump of obstruction of justice. all eyes will be on capitol hill when comey testifies before congress. you can watch comey's testimony tomorrow morning beginning at ten o-clock right here on a-b-c 7. right now- an investigation- after a dog attacks a passenger onboard on a delta flight! a passenger, injured by an emotional support dog on the plane. witnesses- say the victim was sitting by the window- and the dog was in the middle seat with
delta says the dog delta says the dog and its owner were put on a later flight- and the dog was put in a kennel. there's still a lot of questions about the circumstances. the condition of the man who was injured- is unknown at this hour. coming up.. another terror attack outside one of europe's most famous landmarks. more on that and how the u-s is reacting to a wave of terror attacks abroad.
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allegedly attacked a police officer outside notre-dame cathedral in paris remains in the hospital this morning. a man armed with a hammer and kitchen knives approached three officers yesterday, and hit one with the hammer. the assailant yelled.. "this is for syria." at least one officer opened fire, injuring the attacker. the officer was not seriously hurt. britain's top counter-terrorism officer is calling for a new strategy to monitor criminals.. following the terror attacks in london. two of the three attackers were known to authorities. one tried to travel to syria to join isis. suspected mastermind khuram butt was the center of a probe in 20-15. but he was ruled out as a potential terrorist attacker. the men were not being tracked, and they manged to avoid u.s. terror watch lists. prime minister
theresa may says intelligence agents will review concerns that warnings about two of the london attackers were not heeded. she says she'll change human rights laws if they get in the way of tackling terror suspects. voters in the u-k go to the polls tomorrow to decide if may's conservative government stays in power. security is tight in downtown washington, following the london terror attacks. and with pride weekend coming up, d.c. bars are doing specialized training.. to prepare for the worst jeff goldberg has more. it is still a few days away, but we are
colleagues here at abc-7 will be walking in saturday's parade. and if you can't make it down -- you can watch the whole thing starting at four-30 on our sister station newschannel eight. we will also be streaming the event on wjla dot com. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - cloudy & unseasonably cool today; a few showers - fantastic friday - weekend warm up - heat wave sunday through thursday (feels: 95-100) today: cloudy and cool. isolated showers. highs: 67-70 winds: ne 5-10 mph tonight: cloudy and cool. lows: 50-56 winds: ne 5 mph tomorrow: mostly cloudy. milder than today, but still cool. highs: 71-74 winds: ne 5-10 mph
she's unemployed, mchugh said she did nothing wrong. she is one of the top legal minds of her generation. but a new book is focusing on ruth bader ginsberg's work away from the supreme court. her personal trainer has penned a book about the workout routine that keeps the 84-year old feeling young and fit. the 112-page book includes illustrated demonstrations of the squats, planks and full push-ups that ginsburg does regularly. even after a battle with pancreatic cancer, the spry judge says she has no plans to retire. there is much more ahead at the top of the hour on good morning ahead at the top of the hour on good morning washington. suzanne kennedy.. what are you working on?