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the dangerous criminals. >> a process they have been developing for five years is helping the law enforcement. >> we look at d.n.a. like a blueprint for the person and contains to the information that led to the appearance. >> director of bioinfermatics and they look at the d.n.a. differently. >> the forensic d.n.a. analysis. you are comparing it to a data base. if you don't get matches it can't tell you anything. >> one of the first sames they tested she says was her own. >> i know i have a long narrow face. to see the d.n.a. say i have a long narrow face is cool. >> now they help the an zest -- an sesry for 150 cases. >> when we report it back they are so excited. a lot of times these are the cold cases. this is unsolved for decades. they
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looking for. >> they end up with a photo like these. >> your d.n.a. doesn't say how you will wear your hair so he has to select a hairstyle. >> abc7 news. michelle: let's move on and take another look. this is a man that police say raped a woman, knocked her unconscious and left her for dead last month. we posted this to the news app and the facebook page. jonathan: developing now, president trump's one time campaign chair and another worker fighting the home confinement sentence. paul manafort and rick gates seen leaving district court in d.c. were ordered held as a
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condition for bail. in court the attorneys blasted the federal indictment against the men as embellished. the judge will review the confinement order in a hearing on monday. >> new video shows the moments after the terror attack in manhattan. this was a school bus rammed as a man tried to run down as many people as possible. >> are they okay? >> stuck in here. >> can you call 911? my gosh! >> i need an ambulance right here. t-bone. the kid right there. >> the firefighters and the paramedics swa
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the school bus were hurt. one critically and they all survived. >> they are holding the man on federal terror charges. this is called the deadliest attack in new york. jonathan: president trump calling for the death penalty for saipov. he blasted the amount of time they take to try the terror suspects. they look at the practice and how long it can take.
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>> president trump complains that the process hasn't been fast or tough enough. >> we have to come up with the punishment that is quicker and greater than the punishment the animals are getting right now. >> it's anything but quick especially at grit mow where the cases can linger for years. >> if we start to act like them it will just be easier to recruit. >> the alleged mastermind arrested in 2003 has had 20 hearings so far at gitmo. but may not see trial until next year. the suspect on the attack on the uss cole has been in the court proceedings for six years. even those convicted inside the u.s. l
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underwear bomber held in a colorado prison is suing the government claiming he is subjected to food and treatment forbidden by his religion. president trump demanding swift and severe punishment tweeted would love to see the nyc terrorist to gitmo but the process takes longer than the federal system. he should get the death penalty. >> hundreds are convicted in federal court but in gitmo it's under a dozen. michelle: there is outrage at a massachusetts school after the 9/11 terror attacks were used for a math word problem. the assignment tasked students determining how long a plain was in the air before it hit the world trade center. adding to the shock for those at the newberry port high school one alumni was killed on the american airlines flight 11 which hit the north tower in the
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it might have been 16 years ago but for some of us it's 16 minutes for us. something you don't forget ever. >> it's a lapse of judgment from a teacher trying to use history to teach math. >> it connected the university of maryland to metro. but they called it a huge mistake and they said racism played a role. >> temperatures are warmer at the same time yesterday. winchester are up 22 degrees. up generally ten to 20 around the area. another warm day and then
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m mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. female narrator: what would john adams do to women's health? adams argued before the supreme court to give employers control over your access to birth control. adams also supports giving employers the power to block access to affordable contraception for 1.6 million virginia women. and adams opposes abortion even in cases of rape, or incest. john adams: wrong for women's health. wrong for virginia.
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michelle: two people are dead followed a fire at an abandoned home in seat pleasant. fire crews were called to foote street this morning and neighbors say the home had been vacant for months and investigators were surprised to find two bodies inside. the victims were thought to be homeless people. jonathan: "7 on your side" with a crime alert involving recent rash of burglaries. the latest happened in sterling. and the homeowner woke up because the dogs were
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house. the burglar decides i'm out. he runs out of the house. they are trying to see if it happened to other burglaries nearby including what you look at right here. this is in herndon where the cameras caught this would-be burglar seen on surveillance video outside the home. >> more than 300 marines are treated for e. coli after an outbreak of the illness at the marine corps recruit depot in san diego. some marines at camp pendleton oh miles away got sick. jonathan: new information on what happened to two navy destroyers. tomorrow, president trump will visit the navy specific command headquarters in honolulu. the navy is releasing the new findings in the collisions with the destroyers. the chief of the naval operation said the look of fundamentals leads them to
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with the grits gerald and the mccain -- fitzgerald and mccain. michelle: just ahead, a startling admission from a man already standing in line for apple's newest phone, a phone he never intends to use. jonathan: first, though, the heart-pounding video. a woman jumping from a trunk and making a run for it. what happened next is coming up at
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people ask you, how can ayou possibly do this?e, and we say, how can we not? if these kids go through what they go through, we can support them. dr. ralph northam has been our volunteer medical director
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he's made such a difference in so many families' lives. ralph northam: these kids have given me more than i could ever give them. and i wanna make sure that every family in virginia can afford good healthcare when they need it. michelle: caught on video. heart-stopping moments here. it starts with a man walking from a car into a gas station in alabama. but then as he walked inside a woman jumps out of the trunk and runs for it. watch here as she runs inside screaming that she had been kidnapped. that is when the man bolts, running out and driving off. police captured him a few miles down the road. woman is recovering. smart on her part. jonathan: holy cow! no kidding. the huge mistake is candid admission about the metro stop from the university of maryland. michelle: mike carter-conneen explains the regret that centers around crime, status and ra
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>> where would the university and the town had been if we did it right to begin with? mike: first reported by, he told the campus symposium he regrets not insisting the metrorail station be built on campus. >> there was a strong resistance including from the university. i wanted it built. so what happened was expediency. >> it was made in the early 80's. he served as an executive. looking back, the most emotional opposition focused on the green line's "high crime area" in d.c. and prince george's county. >> when you use words like "crime spillover" you really talk about race. >> this side of the station welcomes metro riders but then the campus is still 1.3 miles away. >> there is a shuttle that goes to campus. that is helpful. >> not too inconvenient. >> some don't mi i
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was closer. >> i came to my internship. it is far for me to go two or three times a week. >> the purpose of metro is keep cars off the road. in college park it doesn't do that. >> president of the smart growth america leadership institute calls the coming purple line a turning point with two stations on campus. >> it corrects the earlier mistake in a lot of ways because it will link to the college park station as well. >> in college park, mike carter-conneen, abc7 news. jonathan: ike will finally have a personal place in washington. groundbreaking hours ago for the 34th president of the united states, dwight d. eisenhower. the family of the man who launched d day operations participated in the ceremony. the $so million memorial going -- $150 million memorial going across the street from the air and space museum opening in may of 2020. the bust says, "i like ike." t
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when he was running for office. >> the war memorial at the center of a legal battle. american legion is appealing a court decision that found bladensburg cross a constitutional violation. the judges ruled it's state sponsored in endorsement of religion. supporters of the 92-year-old cross say it's a memorial to those killed in world war i. michelle: happening right now the wheel mobile is at u.d.c. and this is your chance to spin the big wheel on america's game show. these are live pictures from the audition. if you can't make it down there by 9:30 tonight, the cutoff, there is a chance tomorrow from 5:30 to 9:30 in the everything. before you go, you have everything you need to know at a pretty nice crowd out there. speaking of the crowds they are lining up already. jonathan: no way! michelle: for the iphone x. can you believe this? no joke. this is in georgetown. half a dozen people
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out. why? >> i'm trying to get the iphone x to resell it and pay off the student loan. >> you plan to buy it and resell it? >> yes. how much can you sell it for? >> on ebay it is going for $2,000 maybe. >> really? >> quite the investment. a great return. jonathan: a cell phone. michelle: the base model retails at half that, $1,000. good way to turn the money around. the store opens at 8:00 tomorrow. jonathan: that is dedication. must see video of a little boy's first day of school. it's november. oliver was busy fighting cancer. so the firefighters came to his house and they gave him the coolest ride to make him an honorary firefighter along the way. the chief of the station said the men were encouraged and happy to
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school. michelle: this is a day he won't forget. a memory. also for the firefighters. jonathan: no question. bill: beautiful today. tomorrow is upper 70's to 80. jonathan: nice. bill: record is 83. we are close! >> do you have the camping stop at the apple store? bill: no. i never understood. i think it's nonsense. there is not a chance. even if they were to give me one for free i don't think i would wait in line for ten hours. i don't. that is just me. good evening. national harbor. gorgeous shot. the sun is down. 69. winds sout of the south at 10 miles per hour. i'll show you the almanac which i normally only do if it's something of significant. that is the temperature today. not only 77, way above normal. all 14 degrees above normal. but much, much warmer than it
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was yesterday. the region is under a warm air mass. state college at penn state is 59. 71 for philly. warm air mass in place. it will change up. the clouds are gone. don't worry about that. no showers. so the future cast. it put the numbers here. that is the big story tonight. notice how mild at 11:00. there are no clouds to speak of. just a breeze from the south. tomorrow morning the drive to work. it's questionable if you need a jacket.
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a dress in layers day. we have the temperatures that are mild. at lunch we are at 70. some spots are mid-70's. by tomorrow afternoon we are getting ready to drive home. upper 70's to 80. the chance will be there for pop-up showers. i don't see the thunderstorms in the forecast. the friday night football game and the grill out on friday could have rain showers. as quickly as we went up, we are going back down on saturday with the temperature in the upper 50's to 60 with the rain showers in the area. sunday is a better day at the weekend days. then we have a chance for showers and a thunderstorm or two on monday. looking out more fall-like for the middle to the end of next week. don't forget to set the clocks back saturday night to sunday morning. you are watching
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ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. rrator: they call him enron ed.rtham, because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
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jonathan: breaking news from montgomery county. it's tough to see but see smoke on the center of the screen. there is a lot of response for the first responders. skytrak7 over house fire in brookville. the smoke can be seen miles away. this is on the brentwood road near havi
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it's non-hydrant area so they have to carry their own water to get to the fire. smoke and fire was showing through the house for some time. the firefighters again are on the scene, evaluating people there as well. we have a crew on the way. when they get there we will give you an update. we don't know if anyone was injured but the good part is we don't see flames, meaning the firefighters maybe have a handle on this thing. announcer: now the toyota sports desk brought to you by your local toyota dealers. erin: the nationals have gone through four different managers in the past six years. hay hope dave martinez is the right fit. they offered him three-years contract. the former bench coach that worked under john madden for 11 years was introduced to the media this afternoon. he said he is near not just to win division titles but to win the world series. what kind of canture are
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going to instill here? >> it will be fun. you am creative. i inherited a really good team. i am looking forward to build a relationship with them and get the ball rolling. erin: the nationals were intested in a long list of candidates but the general manager albertina -- mike rizzot became apparent quickly dave martinez was the man for the job. >> i think he checks off everything i'm looking for in a manager. >> he has a great culture. he plays the game and knows the game. loved the way he played it and teaches it as a even co. erin: other news, jordan reed and crowder are sidelined and they did not practice today. jonathan: they need them, too. erin: absolutely.
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bill: it's nice out there. tomorrow we are pushing 80. how about that for november? michelle: we'll take it. beautiful. "world news tonight" with david muir coming up next. jonathan: thank you for being with us. see you at 11:00.
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m mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. female narrator: what would john adams do to women's health? adams argued before the supreme court to give employers control over your access to birth control. adams also supports giving employers the power to block access to affordable contraception for 1.6 million virginia women. and adams opposes abortion even in cases of rape, or incest. john adams: wrong for women's health. wrong for virginia.
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tonight, your money. president trump's sweeping new tax plan. the president promising a, quote, big, beautiful christmas present. how much would middle class americans save? how much would wealthier americans save? and who pays for it all? also tonight, the man who allegedly opened fire inside a walmart. the image, walking in, seconds before the shooting. three dead. the dramatic chase in the middle of rush hour traffic. the deadly truck attack here in new york city. the new image tonight. the home depot truck rented days before the attack for a practice run through new york. under house arrest. paul manafort, rick gates and the indictment from robert mueller. why did manafort apply for ten different passports and have multiple e-mail


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