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and sports. the n-f-l, hitting back against president trump. the emotional reaction overnight as the league and players take a stand. plus - health care, in critical condition. the new offer overnight to get more senators on board. and hurricane maria moving north. stormwatch seven is timing out the impact on local beaches. good morning washington. toss to eileen code orange air quality alert today - sunny & warm start to the week - maria gradually weakening; moving north
- maria brings us clouds midweek; rough surf along the coast - big cool-down by the weekend today: mostly sunny and very warm. highs: 86-90 winds: e 5-10 mph tonight: clear to partly cloudy. mild. lows: 64-70 winds: e 5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy. still warm. highs: 80-84 winds: ne 5-10 mph an emotional josh norman speaking out early this morning,
the team locked arms during the national anthem before sunday night's game. it was a sight repeated at a nearly every n-f-l game.. with hundreds of players, coaches and owners taking part. all of the protests - in response to president trump's attack on those who kneel in protest during the national anthem. this morning - players and fans on both sides are weighing in. john gonzalez is live at fedex field with more. the protests extended to other sports.
angeles sparks remained in the locker room during the national anthem, while their opponents -- the minnesota lynx -- locked arms. the sparks were booed when they did come out of the locker room. and -- in baseball -- oakland athletics catcher bruce maxwell took a knee during the anthem again sunday. now to actual game action. the skins still looking for their first home win of the season hosting the oakland raiders. the defense had maybe their best performance of the season so far. in the second quarter kendall fuller..picks off derek carr..the skins second of the half. on their next
- kirk cousins connects with vernon davis for the touchdown. redskins go up 14 to nothing and go on to win big 27 to 10. breaking overnight.. leesburg police are investigating a late night homicide. officers were called to wythe court around ten last night for a report of a stabbing. they found a 47-year-old man suffering from an apparent stab wound. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police have not released his name. they say the scene is contained, and there's no ongoing threat to the community. they're asking anyone with information to contact them. two vigils will be held today for a d.c. teen who was murdered. 16-year-old zaire kelly was walking through a park wednesday night, when a robber approached him. kelly stabbed the suspect, who shot him. both died. a vigil for kelly will be held at four this afternoon at thurgood marshall academy in southeast, where he was a student. another vigil will be held at seven tonight, at 13th and downing streets northeast. that's where kelly was killed. new this morning..
are adding more money to the teetering health care bill. they're hoping to win votes from defecting g-o-p senators. the associated press reports, the new version would add 14-and-a-half billion dollars. that money would go to maine, alaska, arizona, kentucky, and texas. senators from those states have either said they won't vote for the bill, or are leaning against it. senators must pass the bill by september 30th. they can afford to lose only two g-o-p votes. and senators john mccain and rand paul have already said they're definitely voting "no." senators will discuss the bill this morning at a finance committee hearing. it begins at 10 a.m. a welcome sign after hurricane irma. a cruise ship, docking in key west. the much-needed tourism boost, coming up. eileen live tease
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motive in a horrific mass shooting at a church near nashville, tennesseee. the suspect is in custody. police say 25-year-old emanuel samson shot and killed 39-year-old melanie smith yesterday. it happened at burnette chapel church of christ, as church was letting out. samson then allegedly shot and wounded six other people, before an usher tackled him. sa
during the confrontation with the usher, samson accidentlly shot himself in the chest. he's now out of the hospital and in jail. he's expected in court on wednesday. police say he's a bodybuilder, who's originally from sudan. the f-b-i is helping in the investigation. happening right now - evacuations in puerto rico, as a massive dam is in danger of collapse. the dam was cracked and weakened by heavy rains from hurriane maria. officicals warn it could fail at any moment. some 70-thousand people live in the valley below. this comes as conditions across puerto rico are being described as "apocalyptic." millions are still cut off without water, fuel or power... and authorities say it could be months before that power is back on. tourism is slowly returning to the florida keys at
the first cruise ship docked in key west sunday, bringing hundreds of visitors back to the resort town. while the storm devastated some parts of the 125-mile florida keys... key west and key largo escaped major damage. in addition to the port, key west internationl airport has also reopened for commercial service. happening today - anthony weiner will be sentenced for sexting. the former new york congressman has pleaded guilty to one count of transferring obscene material to a minor. prosecutors are seeking more than two years in prison. weiner's sexting habit forced his resignation from congress in 20-11 and doomed his campaign for mayor in 20-13, when more incidents were revealed. the investigation of his laptop also led to the discovery of emails days before the 20-16 presidential election - from hillary clinton, to her aide, huma abedin. abedin is weiner's former wife. it's an identity theft scam-- that doesn't even include hacking! instead - it involves the post office. cosu
first lady melania trump. time now for weather code orange air quality alert today - sunny & warm start to the week - maria gradually weakening; moving north off the east coast - maria brings us clouds midweek; rough surf along the coast - big cool-down by the weekend today: mostly sunny and very warm. highs: 86-90 winds: e 5-10 mph tonight: clear to partly cloudy. mild. lows: 64-70 winds: e 5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy. still warm. highs: 80-84 winds: ne 5-10 mph two retail giants and two new delivery options.
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president trump-- triggering a day of protests in the nfl. hundreds of players, coaches, and even owners take part.. and the public is weighing in. we're live with the new reaction as the league unites. good morning washington. toss to eileen code orange air quality alert today - sunny & warm start to the week - maria gradually weakening; moving north off the east coast - maria brings us clouds midweek; rough surf along the coast - big cool-down by the weekend
norman speaking out early this morning, with a message for president trump. the redskins cornerback was front and center as the team locked arms during the national anthem before sunday night's game. it was a sight repeated at a nearly every n-f-l game.. with hundreds of players, coaches and owners taking
teams on the sidelines. trump supporter and patriots owner robert kraft rejected the presidents words... meanwhile former coach rex ryan says he was shocked by the remarks. make sure to stick with us as we make sure to stick with us as we continue to follow this developing story out of the nfl as players..owners and officials around the league react.. get up to second updates with us online at wjla-dot-com and on twitter and facebook.
for the president overnight - this one, projected onto the trump international hotel., it read: trump is a bomb threat. a group of anti-nuclear activists put up the light projection around 8-30. it featured at least two other messages, including quotes from the president. i'm adrianna hopkins at the live desk and new this morning - a security scare near the white house. according to a new incident report, secret service officers arrested a man with a car full of weapons. this happened early sunday morning. the suspect was apparently stopped for uriniating in public. in his car officers found nine guns, three knives, brass knuckles, suppressors, and various types of ammunition. the man allegedly told secret service that he was going to the white house to speak with defense secretary james mattis and national security agency director mike rogers. the man was taken to a facility for mental observation. he's facing several weapons charges. an email scandal is brewing for president trump's son-in-law and senior whi
kushner. according to his lawyer-- kushner used a private e-mail account to talk to white house officials. less than a-hundred e-mails reportedly went through the private account from january to august - usually news articles or political commentary. his lawyer also said - the e-mails on his private account were usually news articles or political commentary. coming up - two of the biggest names in music... performing in charlottesville last night. a look at the charity concert for unity. plus - a virginia woman getting a little more than she hoped for.. the steakhouse snake bite.. still ahead. but first - here's what's coming up later this morning on "live with kelly and ryan".
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response to last month's deadly violence at a white supremacist rally. the concert was free... but attendees were encouraged to donated to "the concert for charlottesville fund" -- which benefits victims of last month's unrest, as well as local support organizations. im adrianna hopkins at the live desk - and president trump, announcing a new travel ban this morning. in a post on twitter the president said quote "making america safe is my number one priority. we will not admit those into our country we cannot safely vet." the new rules would impact citizens from 8 countries. they are chad, iran, libya, north korea, somalia, syria, venezuela and yemen. the travel changes range from a total ban to targeted restrictions. officials say valid visas will not be revoked.
takes effect in october. this morning the republican health care bill is struggling to find support ahead of a big vote this week. more gop senators are now signaling they won't support it - and that could leave republicans without enough votes to pass. suzanne kennedy is live on capitol hill with more. we are seeing new video this morning from mexico, moments after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake last
magnitude 7.1 earthquake last week. survivors recorded on their cell phones, after an office building collapsed, burying them. they tell reporters they texted family members, and said goodbye, as they heard the floors above collapsing on top of them. when the shaking stopped-- the survivors say they didn't think help would find them in time. help did arrive, 17 hours later. right now-- mexican help did arrive, 17 hours later. right now-- mexican officials say at least 320 people were killed in the earthquake. emergency crews are not giving up hope. search efforts will continue today.
a celebration of life and a candlelight vigil will be held today for a d.c. teen who was murdered. 16-year-old zaire kelly was walking through a park wednesday night, when a robber approached him. kelly stabbed the suspect, who shot him. both died. the first tribute to kelly will be held at four this afternoon at thurgood marshall academy in southeast. kelly was a student there. another vigil will be held at seven tonight, at 13th and downing streets northeast. that's where he was killed. nationwide t-v ads will begin airing today, in an effort to find clues into the unsolved murder of seth rich. the former d-n-c staffer was fatally shot in july of last year in northeast d.c.'s bloomington neighborhood. the profiling project's jack burkman is behind the ad campaign. the ads will run in english and russian on several cable networks, including c-n-n and fox newschannel. now to a health alert. officials say swine flu was detected in several pigs at a maryland fair. tests show 11 pigs from the great frederick fair are infected with
right now it is not clear if the strain is transmittable to humans but as a precaution all swine at the frederick fairgrounds have been place under quarantine. this comes just days after pigs at the charles county fair were diagnosed with swine flu. as a result - activities involving swine at the calvert and st mary's county fairs have been shut down. this morning a woman in spotsylvania county is recovering after she was bit by a snake while dining at a restaurant. it happened last week as rachel myrick was at dinner with her family at a longhorn steakhouse. when she walked toward a set of doors inside - she says she felt something sting her foot. that "something" happened to be a copper head snake. by the time she realized what bit her, the snake bit her two more times. "i myrick spent the next five and a half days in the hospital and she won't be fully recovered for at least three months. longhorn steakhouse said in a statem
unusual and says it's still looking into how it happened. coming up at six - hollywood stepping up to help after a hurricane and earthquake. the two big stars pledging millions to puerto rico and mexico. plus - monitoring teens behind the wheel. the new technology helping put parents some at ease and frightening fun for the whole family. get in the fall spirit at six flags. watch to win four tickets to "fright fest", coming up at six. it's barely fall - but this morning we're all ready looking ahead to the holidays. today the the official white house christmas tree will be selected from a tree farm in wisconsin. the tree will be harvested in late november.. and will eventually be displayed in the blue room of the white house. it's 5: and time for a check on weather. code orange air quality alert today
week - maria gradually weakening; moving north off the east coast - maria brings us clouds midweek; rough surf along the coast - big cool-down by the weekend today: mostly sunny and very warm. highs: 86-90 winds: e 5-10 mph tonight: clear to partly cloudy. mild. lows: 64-70 winds: e 5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy. still warm. highs: 80-84 winds: ne 5-10 mph kidd o'shea in the now..
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>> now, "good morning washington," on your side. disrespects our flag, get that son of a [ bleep" off the field right now. you're fired. >> the man is not welcome in washington, d.c.. larry: the emotionally charged fight over the national anthem. autria: and a last-ditch effort in the senate to keep the public at health care push alive. larry: maria, how close does the storm make it to the dmz? we want to get you started with a check on your forecast and we are tracking another unusually warm day out there. eileen: