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ment journey takes you, we can help you reach your goals. call us or your advisor t. rowe price. invest with confidence. 6:00 and right now, bring on the big freeze. we're dealing with bitter cooled temperatures. which i wi chill crest weather we've seen and when more snow may be hitting your neighborhood. and justice antonin scalia. as the battle brews over who should pick his replacement. >> and more vehicictims, the grg case involving sexual abuse of children at a school and church. welcome to
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i'm david culver. >> and oi'll angie goff. valentine's day, are you ready for chocolate is this where is mine so mine? >> you didn't get it? we'll check on that. let's check in with tom kierein. our valentine will need to warm things up a bit. >> i'll admit it, i ate the chocolates. >> you don't have to take the fall. >> i needed substance. it is a frigid stone cold sunday morning. mercifully the winds have diminished quite a bit, so it doesn't feel quite as brutally cold. there is a live view under a clear sky, everything has calmed down, but it is very cold. our temperatures right now reagan national only 13. dull dulles down to 10,
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above, gaithersburg at 9. and farther to our west, most locations are hovering around 10. mn mountain, shenandoah valley low teens. low to mid teens away the chesapeake bay. but with a gentle breeze, windchills are right near zero. so it doesn't take much of a wind to have these even subzero windchills north and west of us. a look at the hour by hour timing on some snow coming our way, that will be in just a few minutes. new this morning, a person is dead after a crash in clinton, maryland. the person was driving the wrong way on branch avenue near malcolm road. one driver killed, the other had to be cut out of their vehicle. police do not believe alcohol was a
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this morning makiflags flyit halftime as the nation mourns the loss of supreme court justice antonin scalia. he passed away apparently of natural causes. he was consistently a conservative voice. brian mooar now with the impact of his passing. >> reporter: outside the u.s. supreme court, a flag at half-staff. president obama paid his respects from california. >> we honor his extraordinary service and remember one of the towering legal figures of our time. >> reporter: justice scalia was 79, but his death came without warning and in the middle of a landmark court calendar. his passing sets the stage for a
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successor and supreme court balance of power. he was as well-known for his sense of humor as his fiery disevedi disse dissents, influenced the law of the land on issues ranges from gun ownership to free speech. but he was a firm opponent of the letter of the law, not the intent. >> i do solemnly swear -- >> reporter: the nation's first italian american justice was appointed in 1986 by president r ronald reagan. >> i'm not going on to the court with a list of things that i want to do. my only agenda is to be a good judge. >> reporter: and he was confirmed unanimously, an unlikely scenario for his successor. president obama says he will choose a nominee, but leaders of the republican controlled senate have already made it clear they do not want to move forward
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next year. brian mooar, nbc news, washington. and outside the u.s. supreme court, a flag at half-staff, flowers and candles. we honor his extraordinary service to our nation. we were actually able to catch up with a few who braved the frigid temperatures to pay their respects at a memorial that was made on the steps of the supreme court. some included law students who studied scalia closely. >> i just think regardless of the politics, it's cool to stop by and pay your respects to someone who had a big effect on the country and kind of social politics of the nation. >> later this morning, we'll break down the latest on the fight brewing to now fill justice scalia's seat. we're working to learn the name of the man found dead inside a prince george's county home. someone called police to on to a
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welfare check yesterday afternoon. when officers got to the home on armstrong lane in upper marlboro, they found the man had been shot. police have not i had tied any suspects in this murder. we're learning will information victims in the child abuse and pornography case involving a teacher's aide. police confirm there are 16 alleged victims. and they say a kild was victimized at the lutheran church in bowie. dioneonte carraway is charged. we have much more on this case this our nbc washington app, including a statement from the carraway family. a maryland lawmaker wants to prevent tragedies like the one involving her mom and little girl killed in prince george's county county. an y a brill isnamed
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the little girl's father admitted to i will will killing. it feels like close to zero and the temperatures aren't too far off. that's why it is a storm team 4 weather alert day and tom is tracking more cold weather this week. and it is not easy being out in this kind of cold. check out the ice on this firefighter's mask. the dangerous situations they had to deal with out in the elements.
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new pictures this morning showing just how cold it was as prince george's county firefighters tried to put out a fire. it a look at the ice on this fireman's mafbsk. it took a while to for them to get the fire under control because the hose
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no one was hurt. no word on how it all started. incredible the temperatures they go through. >> and they have digits to just near 10 degrees. look at oakland, that is the temperature, not the purchase temperature it is as zero there. low and mid teens around the bay. prince george's county now near 10 degrees. it's
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montgomery county near 10. reagan national now at 13 degrees. and the purchases, around 10 miles per hour, windchills to subzero to near zero. winter storm warning off to our west. snow begins late sunday night there and then a wintry mix honest afternoon, could get up to a quarter inch of ice after we do get some snow. a little bit of a breeze. live view at union station. by noon, should be right away 20 degrees. by 3:00 p.m., mid 20s. and then low 20s 6:00 to 9:00 as clouds increase. but we'll have a light wind today. the storm system that will be affecting us is right now here in the central plains and upper midwest. it will take a curve and then come sweeping right along the atlantic seaboard. so 10:00 tonight, the leading edge of some snow coming
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panhandle of west virginia. that snow advances right into the metro area away mround midn to 1:00. may abate a bit around dawn, but then moves back in a bit later in the morning on monday. and then this is all snow, most of maryland, virginia through noontime and through around 2:00, 3:00, it continues to snow. and then rain by 6:00 p.m., the pink is freezing rain. and then it's all rain after that, all the way into monday night and much of tuesday. leaving as much snow by the time it ends 2 to 4 inches we were northern suburb, all the way into the panhandle of west virginia. nearby suburbs north and west could have around 2 to 3 inches. right this washington, southern eastern suburb, 1 to 2 inch amounts. 1 inch or less far southern parts to the eastern shore. and temperatures will be holding
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so it will be sticking during the morning hours. and then changing to that mix of some freezing rain and sleet and then all rain. tuesday afternoon may make it into the low to mid-50s and then maybe light rain wednesday morning. another nice day on wednesday afternoon. this to the low 50s. and then a bit cooler thursday and friday, highs in the 40s both those days. and then look at next saturday, mild, it may be near 60 degrees next saturday. that should warm your valentine's day. >> oh, wow. >> we like that. 6:14. next up, reporter's note book. >> we'll be back in 15 minutes with more of the top stories. good morning. welcome to reporter's note book. i'm pat lawson muse. an elementary school volunteer and youth choir director has been the focus of a lot of media coverage
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because he's accused of recording vile sexual acts between children on school grounds. police say deonte carraway may have abused up to 30 children. a new lawsuit claims the principal knew about the abuse and did nothing to stop it. that story has riveted the attention of many in the washington area. many people wondering how something like thiscould happen ongrounds, how no one could thouknow. who could be at fault here? >> i think the pointer is pointed at the administrators. this was constantly being reported on this week that the children knew. and if you're talking 30 children and these are young kids, so you know they are talking to each other, i think
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that you probably could point the fingers atted a h ed a hiad tors more than anything else and maybe this is why children have a problem with saying things because adults don't take them seriously. >> it's hard to believe that there would have been ten children, 11 children in the same school engaged in this kind of activity and no one else know about it. that they are not talking about it. >> i think what is going to end up happening, sort of the old saying i think it will fall back on the principal. what did she snow and when did she know it. that line. because what you have is some conflicting information. the union that represents staff and the principal said that the principal called other police and called child protective services and child protective services says we'll handle it. you hear other reports saying that teachers and other staff in the school went to the principal and said there is something not right about this guy, calling these students out of class, coming to see him individually. and that
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it. >> they raised the red flag. >> so you have sort of two sides here and that is the nitty-gritty here. what did the principal know, the person in charge in school and why nothing was done. it seems to me they at least knew that this volunteer was pulling students out of class and you would think just in general that would be a red flag to say why the volunteer doing this because he was not a teacher assistant at that time. remember, he had been laid off and brought back districtly ast volunteer. >> obviously parents are concerned and trust is an issue. my parent said i'm not sending my son to school. how do they regain the trust of parents at that particular schooll scho school? >> it will be very difficult. the
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for some reason it didn't raise to that level. and as far as the school situation goes, it looks like a he said/he said kind of a thing. yes, i did this, but nobody paid attention and other people said, no, you didn't pay attention that will require an investigation. but whether this requires replacing people, changing people around, a new administration, i think all those things are options. >> i think you're right. to answer your question directly, that's the first thing that came to my mind. i think you have to clean house with the administration and put a no nonsense administrator in there. and then there has to be some education with parents and teachers. you have to go through the whole thing. and you may have to have psychological assistance in that school, too, because you you've damaged a lot of kids. >> if i can add the level of this, t
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at that press conference. so it tells you that they recognize that it's a big issue and the state's attorney also said is that she offered to the school to show them how it identify child predators, you know, what is the best way to that. and the school system didn't take her up on that offer. two sheriff's deputies after being shot at a panera bread restaurant last week. and the suspect shot by sheriff. maryland has some of the strictest gun laws in the country. do you think this incident will have an impact on the ongoing debate? >> i think that they will probably look at this and say this gentleman was 67 years old, were there some mental issues going on with him here. and also, you know, in particular in this case, he had two warrants already out. one in florida for
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policeman and one this harford county. so i think you will have the pro gun rights say it wasn't about the guns, it was about this person. was 67 years old, was he mentally unstable. obviously the anti-gun rights folks will say if he wasn't in possession of a gun also that they toupd one i think in his vehicle maybe this wouldn't take place. so i think the fact that police officers were shot and killed also adds to it. >> the anti-gun folks will say there are too many guns out there. people like that will get guns whether he should have them or not. yes, we can't stop individual cases like this, but overall we can make things better if there were stricter rules. >> and you have to take into consideration the argument that having a gun automatically makes you safe. if that was the case, you had deputies trained to have a gun and it didn't
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difference. how many times have we said to people if somebody gets the drop on you, you can handle a gun, it will be a very dangerous situation. and this is a perfect example. so, yes, all of this play into the debate. but careful. you want teachers to have a gun, you want preachers to have gun. look, somebody gets the drop on you, what do you do. >> what do you think about the maryland state senate overriding governor hogan's veto of a bill to restore voting rights for felons who haven't finished serving parole? >> it's a lap in the face for the governor. he was really pushing hard on this one. but the argument was that -- well, the argument for it is that they haven't fully paid their debt to society. that was the republican and legislature crowd and that was governor hogan's
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they have to do their prison and then the point right after that. the parole part. but the people said, no, they have already fulfilled their debt to society by going to jail. and one thing about will is it gets them in the sl, it gets them to vote, it gets them to participate. maybe that will help recidivism. if people don't think they have a stake in society when they get out, it's more than not getting a job or not being part of society. this will help them feel that they have something going for them and it might help. >> and this particular bill takes effect almost immediately. >> and i think you were telling us that 20,000 in baltimore alone may be able to vote and that's quite a con ststituencco. i mean the reality is that these individuals pay taxes, they have to get jobs, they have paid their debt, they served their time. reporting to a patrol
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for the most part is a function just how you're doing. and so i'm so glad that the senate understood the importance of trying to make these individuals whole again. >> i think what is fascinating here, too, even though there were vetoes in house and senate, i think each time it was just one vote and the governor said this is partisan pal tiolitics e said we can work together. well, he's already thrown the gauntlet down saying this is partisan. and the issue of race did factor into this. joanne benson says a majority of these felons are african american, that is an issue and it is unfair. so politics and race was involved in this issue also. >> got it take a break. be right back.
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with falling ridership. it's down to 2004 levels. a new report shows december marked the fifth consecutive month of low ridership. >> they need better management, day to day commitment to promising proper things and service, making the equipment run and getting there on time. but the question is will they be able to do it. >> what are al these former riders doing? how are they going around? using uber and lyft? >> well, listen, we have to factor this gas prices are at an all-time low. in some areas it was at 99 cents. opec, some of these folks have
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going to do because there is such a surplus of oil. so if you can drive your car and if doesn't cost you as much, you'll say maybe metro isn't as convenient as me driving. to joe's point, i do think you have to factor in this bike sharing issue. they have the bikes all over the city. so i think all of those are factors. i think it's probably too easy for us to say metro has had all these problems. >> and i think the problems are a large reason why people aren't riding. >> that may be the spike. but i think in general ridership is going down because of poor service. >> you've heard me talk about how much i enjoy metro. but my observation because i ride it a great deal, one, they
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stations. if they're listening, come me a favor at gallery place, farra t farragut, clean them. the recent problems with the students at wilsons high school, i even backed up riding the red line because of that. >> i think wiedefeld said we need the ridership with us and right now they're not on board with us. >> a lot of them may be sitting this traffic on i-66. so virginia lawmakers have agreed to widen a four mile stretch of interstate 66 between the dulles connector road and ballston, and the deal includes tolls to improve the flow of traffic. is this ao
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way. i'm getting rumblings from people on the hill, i won't say who, and the way the phrasing is, we thought we had a deal that this wouldn't happen. we thought we hat -- there were other alternatives to congestion. they're not ready to say no, brbut the impression i guess is they're not pleased. sdl a l s sdl. >> a lot of people don't think it will ease the congestion. >> i think it may a bit, but it's the ones who are single riders. now that you'll have to pay a toll in some of these places to right along i-66 and that's where the will be rubber hits the road. i think it boils down to are you willing to pay to have a smoother ride or are you saying, wait a minute, should there be
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because they're thinking about widening i-66 down the road. >> i'm a mass transit person. i was just down 66 at a speech i gave out in fairfax. and before i got to two tolls, i had kicked out almost $5. i mean, i don't know how working people who aren't making a lot of money to begin with can afford it. it is very, very expensive. and so i hope people on capitol hill raise about this. because tolls are going up and wages are not. so it costs to go to work. >> it sure does. no matter which form of transportation you take. thank you. stay with us.
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it's 6:30 and here are the stories that we're following right now. supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. the 79-year-old was reportedly visiting a spa in texas. officials say he died of natural causes. meanwhile the fight to replace his seat is just beginning. we're working to learn the name of the man found dead inside a home on armstrong lane yesterday. and we now know about 16 alleged victims in a pornography case involving a prince george's county teacher's aid. dionne say carraway victimized children in glenarden stiylvani woods school and at a church.
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and it's dangerous to be outside for too long. this is the kind of cold that hits you as soon as you he step outside. >> it is cold out there no question he. and for that reason, it takes storm team 4 weather alert day. we're tracking the cold air and, yes, more snow that could make a mess in the week ahead. >> good morning, everyone. i'm angie goff. >> and i'm david culver in for adam tuss. we want to get right over to tom kierein. tom, single digits in some areas. we saw windchills near zero in some spots. >> and the windsdy minute ired overnight, but it's enough to bring the windchills down to zero or even subzero at dawn on this sunday. there the first light of day showing up on this stone cold sunday morning. we've got a clear sky starting off live view from the storm team 4 tower camera overlooking washington this morning.
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washington in the low teams. it's in the low teams much of prince george's county, southern maryland near the bay. but north and we were suburbs in montgomery and fairfax and points north and weather, only 10 to upper single digits. windchills are right around zero thousand with those winds that are gusting around 10 to 15 miles per hour. dangerously cold this morning. snow likely moving in late tonight changing to a wintry mix during the day on monday and then rain likely on tuesday. we'll start it off for you, a look at the hour by hour timing on the snow and my snow forecast. that's all coming up in just a few minutes. all of the east coast pretty much feeling teahese dangerousl cold temperatures. today new york city could see windchills of minus 18 to minus 24. wind gusts
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per hour. philadelphia, hartford, connecticut could all see record lows. this boston, windchills could make it feel like 35 below in interest places. you heard it here. problem will try to fill the supreme cou supreme court seat left vacant by justice scalia. the question turns to whether or not that person will be appointed by the republican is that the thsenate. we spoke with pete williams on how the nomination time table could play out. >> it's inconceivable a new nominee would be confirmed before late june or before the next term starts in early october. so we'll
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without nine which raises the possibility of tied votes. >> president obama also says the nomination for the seat is bigger than any one party and that the senate should have plenty of time to give that person a fair hearing and timely vote. in decision 2016, the republican candidates squared off in a debate in south carolina. the gop primary there is next week. chris pollone has more on how the supreme court justice scalia's passing impacted the debate. >> reporter: the six remaining republican dwits for president on the debate stage in south carolina just hours after learning of the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. heaping price on the stalwart. >> he's one of the great justices. >> reporter: and how many are urge youing the senate to block president obama's next appointment to the court. >> the senate needs to stand strong and
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liberal appointee. >> reporter: while donald trump and ted cruz have been sniping at each other, it was trump and jeb bush who got in the most heated exchanges. >> jeb is so wrong. jeb is absolutely so -- just so you understand, you know what that is, that is jeb's special interests and lo be bbyists tal. >> i'm tired of him going after my family. while donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe. >> reporter: many analysts say marco rubio needed a bounce back performance after stumbling in the new hampshire debate. but the florida senator disappeared from the discussion if long stretches until finally clashes with ted cruz over immigration. >> ted cruz supported legalizing people that were in this country and only now does he say--
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primary a week away, a chance for the front runners to solidify their positions with those trailing behind to gather much needed momentum. chris pollone, nbc news, new york. and three of the hopefuls will be on this morning's "meet the press." donald trump, marco rubio and governor john kasich going to discuss their debate performances with chuck todd. right now interstate 78 outside harrisburg, pennsylvania is still shut down after a massive 50 car crash. take a look at some of these pictures of the cars and the trailers. wow. the crash happened yesterday morning. police say that a fast moving snow squall moved through the area. this caused a lot of problems, a huge pileup. three people have died, some first responders had to walk more than a mile to reach victims. the road will be closed until towing crews can remove the
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going 20 miles an hour over the posted speed limit or faster tan 80, you automatically get charged with reckless driving.change comes -- rather, that charge comes with a threat of a year in jail. but on some interstates the posted speed limit is 70. so the new bill would only charge drivers going over 85 that limit and then they would get the reckless driving cha ii. the bill now goes before the transportation committee. pope francis will celebrate mass in mexico today. vatican officials estimate as many as 1 million will come out to catch a glimpse of the holy father. yesterday the pope celebrated mass in mexico city and greeted thousands in a parade around the city. sf an earth quake was felt in eight states last night.
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reported in oklahoma. no reports of any injuries or significant damage. >> 5.8 earthquake hit new zealand this morning. several buildings had to be evacuated. this morning a bill issing considered in virginia to allow electric chair when lethal injection grdrugs are not neede. the legislation has passed the virginia house of delegates, but it still has to clear the senate. new york police arrested a suspect in a hotel stabbing. police say that this man stabbed his girlfriend and her two children to death. u.s. marshals and nypd detectives
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psychs fsikes for four days. police say he killed his girlfriend, their four month old daughter and her one 1/2-year-old sister. charges documents say that the suspect also stabbed a 2-year-old who is in critical but stable condition. sxw sxwla. this weekend the brazilian military educating folks ways on how to eliminate zika virus. they're handing out leaflets with information on the virus. and on ways to prevent it from spreading. he wills distribute insect repel ra plant. the state department has released more than 1,000 new pages of hillary clinton's e-mails. 81 of those messages were classified. mostly at the lowest level of sensitivity. none were declared top secret. the state department is planning to finish making her e-mails public on feby
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critical super tuesday primary. it's 6:39. and there are only so many ways that you can say it. it's cold out. it feels brutal. and soon a lot of us will start seeing more flakes. tom is tracking when and how much snow you can expect in your neighborhood. >> pretty live shot out there. so when you bundle up your kids, we want to help what you need to know to keep your kids safe in the car.
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the gop field is narrowing down and the remaining candidates went head to head in south carolina last night. >> joining us now to break it all down, chuck todd here this studio. >> good to be thin studio. >> welcome back. >> i wapnt
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you about justice scalia. >> you could argue that he's created a whole generation of juryists. is he sort of now the guy and will be even more so this death that is seen for conservative legal scholars sort of the shining light. but, boy, the political implications of this. what we will see in an election year, you will see republicans trying to stop this, you will see democrats trying to pressure republicans to force at least a confirmation hearing and a vote. i think you will see the senate get into a paralyzed situation where i think nothing will get done until they figure out some path out of this. >> were you surprised to see that this was the first question? >> not at all. this sort of crystal lize
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is justice scalia, 79, dies of natural causes. a couple others are mid to late 70s. the next president will probably appoint one if not two or three. and so this has been sort of bubbling under the surface and i think this death thousand brings the supreme court issue front and center for both parties. >> we see there the debate obviously. if you're to pick a winner, who comes out on top? >> i thought jeb bush and marco rubio had the best nights. and jeb bush probably you'd call him the winner only because he's got the moment that is being the back and tort thforth that is b talked about the monthed most. but donald trump was involved in just about every major skirmish about one between cruz and rubio
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trump went down some paths that i didn't expect to hear in a republican primary on george w. bush, basically acknowledging that, yeah, he would have been okay if there had been impeachment proceedings over iraq. and he tripled down on the idea of the iraq war and saying it was a mistake and saying that bush did not keep us safe since 9/11 happened on his watch. so that is a risky strategy in a straight that george w. bush is popular in. but to voters separate the personal from the professional. >> and still a week to on go. >> i love how they're always talking about it's getting nasty. we're still at a low grade intensity on nasty. i have a feeling the next couple days week kick it up a notch. >> and you have a super busy
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show. >> i got cruz wanted in, you got trump, rubio. we had trump, rubio and kasich. ted cruz wants to talk about scalia. so we've got the top four of the five candidates and they all will be all live. don't miss it. >> see you in about 3 1/2 hours. >> hopefully i need that long of a show. >> and you can see "meet the press" every sunday right here on nbc 4 right after news # 4 "today." two robberies happened saturday morning. first in bethesda and 25 minutes later, a man robbed the m and t bank in ken zipg tsingtonkensin. no one hurt. the chinese new year parade is scheduled to happen today at 2:00. several streets will be closed for the de
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and until about 5:30. you'll need big puffy coat this is car seats and that can be a dangerous combination. >> susan hoe again with a warning for you this morning. >> there is a real danger for children wearing puffy winter coats. but easy ways to keep them safe. a bulky coat and car seat can be a dangerous combination. emily thomas says the harness might not be tight enough to secure your child thin a crash. she
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check. they put ben in a snowsuit and properly secured him in so there was no slack in the harness seats. and then removed ben's coat and put him back in the seat to see how loose the straps were. >> in the event of a frontal crash, all this extra room means that there is so much more space for ben to ride up and his head to be outside the protection of the shell, which would mean that he could have a head injury. >> reporter: use the same test for bigger kids to see how much room their puffy coat puts between them and their harness. >> in addition to not wearing a coat, allege make sure that your child is properly harnessed every time. should you not be able to pinch any fabric and their chest clip should always be at arm pit level. >> reporter: for a baby, consumer reports recommends first securing her into her seat and then .ing a blanket on top of the harness. and for bigger kids, teach them
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coat over the harness for riding in the car. consumer reports also suggests you periodically go to a car seat checkup event too-to-make surer seat is properly installed. >> a good warning there. >> and another thing is speaking from experience because i have to admit i would just put them in with their coats on is overheating. that happens with the kids because they have these big puffy coats and you have the heat cranked up which we'll need that today. >> yeah, the car heaters work really fast. you only drive a few minutes and the heat is going. so you don't really need to be all bundled up inside the car, but you do need to if you'll be outside. it is a stone cold sunday morning and we have a clear sky. live view of the sun rise. sun coming up this about ten minutes in a clear sky and we have thankfully a light wind. all that area in pink, that is
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shenandoah valley and far western northern suburbs to snow changing to a wintry mix on monday afternoon. could get 1 to 4 inches and a quarter of an inch of ice on top of that. right now temperatures in the single digits. much of northern virginia is near 10, loudoun, fairfax, prince william county, fauquier. it's in single digits this southern fauquier, culpeper over toward fredericksburg. much of southern maryland in the low teens, head teens right near the chesapeake bay and off to our west, oakland, that is not the windchill, that is the air temperature at the zero right now. the windchills, they are subzero with the wind only blowing around 5 to 10 miles per hour north and west of us and near zero windchills much of the region. so you need neto watch
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frost bite. wool and fleece are the warmest fabrics. take warm breaks, too, if you have to be outside. the flags are flapping near union station. by noon, should be around 20 degrees. by 3:00, the mid-20s with increasing clouds. all cloudy by 6:00 p.m. about and then holding steady in the low went through the sunday evening. now, storm team 4 radar not showing any snow anywhere in our vicinity, but there is some here in the upper midwest. this is a disturbance you can see here spinning away. that will be dipping down and passing just to our north here during monday. and the southern edge of that is tapping a little bit of moisture off the gulf, and that will bring in the leading edge of that snow in kentucky. here is the timing. by 10:00 tonight, light snow in the shenandoah valley, panhandle of west virginia. then by around 1:00 to 2:00 in the morning, maybe a little
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but most of any being a couple hating snow doesn't really start piling up until later monday morning into monday afternoon. that is when we'll have amounts here beginning to really pile up. and then rain starts moving in to southern maryland by 3:00 and the northern neck, that rain then advances right into the metro area 6:00 p.m. and continues in to tuesday. so it will be quite an interesting mix here coming in. 2 to # inches of snow the blue zone, north and west of the metro area, shenandoah into the mountains. much less eastern shore. four day forecast, after we get through that mess, eats rain on tuesday in the low 50s. low 50s again on wednesday. maybe a morning sprinkle. dry after that, mild next weekend about saturday's high near 60, that is high valentine's day gift for you. >> better than chocolate. thank you, tom. 6:53. with a visit from the police that was more than welcome at a doorstep, how local officers
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i lead the 11 o'clock news with stories of gun violence. and like many of you, my family lived through the beltway sniper crisis. in congress, i'll fight to expand background checks on guns and ammunition, ban assault weapons, and mandate gun safety locks, because too many kids die from accidental shootings. let's show the nra we're not afraid of them; as democrats, as americans, as parents. i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.
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hi. p. >> i'm from the police department. how are you? i wanted to drop off a little treat for for you valentine's day. >> oh, here is proof that you're they ever too old to have a valentine. fredericksburg police free throwed dozens of senior citizens with cards and chocolates. this is officer pastel as he greeted miss stevens at her home. yesterday was also her 85th birthday. happy birthday, his stevens. >> i love that. >> just takes one little thing, right, to make someone's day. we do have much more ahead on "news 4 today." >> including an hour by hour look at what is a very cold forecast.
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7:00. bring on the big freeze. we are dealing with bitter cold temperatures, the chilliest weather we have seen all winter. and yeah, more snow could be hitting your neighborhood. >> justice antonin scalia, a nationwide outpouring of support as the battle brews over who should pick his
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and the growing case involving suspected sex asexuale of children. happy valentine's day to you. so glad that could yyou could j on what should be a warm holiday, brut it is bone chillig cold out there. >> tom kierein. >> and i have a sunrise for you. there it is, live view from the storm team 4 tower camera. sunrise this morning 7:01 and coming up in a mostly clear sky and we want the warm tth of tha sun. only near 10 degrees. reagan national at 13.
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it's down to single digits most locations there. and windchills, they are at around zero to subzero north and west. winds are gotten calm, but enough to drop the windchills. p weather headlines, dangerously cold through the morning. snow to a wintry mix tloo during the damon. changing to rain monday night into tuesday. got the new hour by hour timing and my snowfall forecast for you coming up. we want to remind you can go to the nbc washington app to get up to the minute krup datupdate weather. a person is dead after a crash in clinton, maryland. the person was driving the wrong way on branch avenue near malcolm road. the driver of a car hit another head--on. one driver was killed, the other had to be cut out of the vehicle. but they were not hurt. police do not believe alcohol was a factor. developing right now, this
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half-staff at the capital as the nation mourns the loss of supreme court justice scalanton scal scalia. he passed away apparently of natural causes. he was a consistently conservative voice. still though he earned the respect and love of even the court's most liberal justices. brian more oig with tmoore witht of his passing. and outside the u.s. supreme court, a flag at half-staff, flowers and candles. we honor his extraordinary service to our nation. we were actually able to catch >> reporter: and his death came without warning and in the middle of a landmark court calendar.
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successor and supreme court balance of power. he was as well-known for his sense of humor as his fiery dissents, influenced the law of the land on issues ranges from gun ownership to free speech. but he was a firm opponent of the letter of the law, not the intent. >> i do solemnly swear -- >> reporter: the nation's first italian american justice was appointed in 1986 by president ronald reagan. >> i'm not going on to the court with a list of things that i want to do. my only agenda is to be a good judge. >> reporter: and he was confirmed unanimously, an unlikely scenario for his successor. president obama says he will choose a nominee, but leaders of the republican controlled senate have already made it clear they do not want to move forward until a new president is seated next year. brian mooar, nbc news, washington.
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followings in our area are feeling the impact of his death. we caught up a few who braved the frigid temperatures to pay their respects at a mem or arial made on the steps of the supreme court. some included law students who studied scalia closely. >> i think it's regardless of the politics, it's cool to stop by and kind of pay your respects for someone who had a big affect on the country and the social politics of the nation. >> later this morning, we will break town tdown the latest on fight to fill his seat on the supreme court. we're working to learn the name of the man who was found dead inside a prince george's county home. someone called police to do a welfare check yesterday afternoon. when officers got to the home on armstrong lane in upper ha marlboro, they found the man had been shot. we're
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victims in the child pornography abuse involving a teacher's aide. police confirm there are 16 alleged victims. and they say a child was victimized at the lutheran church in bowie. dionnie it dionnity carraway is charged. we have much more on this case in our nbc washington app, including a statement from the carraway family. a maryland lawmaker wants to prevent tragedies like the one involving a mom and little girl killed. anthony muse says he will sponsor a domestic violence bill named after neshante davis and her 2-year-old daughter chloe. both were shot to death. the little girl's dad asd mitted to killing them after some sort of dispute over child support payment payments
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muse is the husband of pat lawson muse. you don't want to be outdoors too long today. and there could be a messy monday morning commute. and two officers hurt, why police say kathleen matthews: too many nights, i lead the 11 o'clock news with stories of gun violence. and like many of you, my family lived through the beltway sniper crisis.
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ammunition, ban assault weapons, and mandate gun safety locks, because too many kids die from accidental shootings. let's show the nra we're not afraid of them; as democrats, as americans, as parents. i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message. (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan.
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just days after rough seas made a cruise ship turn around back to port, the luxury liner is setting out again. you've seen the video of 30-foot waves pounding the vote. the anthem of the seas was damaged during last week's storm, but the ship has been cleared to set sale again. the ship was cleared by royal came caribbean and the coast guard. it left new jersey yesterday afternoon. two louisiana police officers and a suspect were hurt during a shoot-out early saturday morning. the two officers responded to reports of a
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property at an apartment complex just before 6:00 in the morning. they say that's when the suspect took off and led the officers on a two mile chase. the suspect eventually stopped, got out of his car with a rifle. police say at least two sten shots were fired. in the week ahead, college students will lobby for a new state policy to fight sexual assaults. the yes means yes bill would require all colleges in maryland to adopt an affirmative consent policy in how they define sexual assault. this comes as four face federal investigations for mishandling sexual assault cases. the rally begins monday at 6:15. step outside and you will fee temperatures with the windchill close to zero. actual temperatures not too far from that. for that reason, it is a storm team 4 weather alert day. we have tom tracking more cold weather. and obviously it's not easy being out
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check out the ice on this firefighter's mask. the dangerous situation they had to deal with out in the elements.
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new pictures this morning sh showing just how cold it was as firefighters tried to put out a fire. take a look at this ice on the mask. they responded to a fire on taylor road last knight and it took a while for them to
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hose lines froze. no one was hurt. no word on how this fire started. 7:15. hundreds of d.c. residents raised money for children with cancer this valentine's day. but they did it in a very unusual way. >> yeah, runners made their way through the frigid temperatures in their underwear. this is all of course the annual cupid abos undie run. it was below freezing, but it didn't stop this brave bunch. tom, what are you doing out there? >> i was hoping the wig would give me some anonymity. there goes angie! >> draw, there i am. i have the stormtrooper hat on.
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point -- i've never done one these, but maybe you're just so cold you don't feel anything anymore. >> some of these guys with the football games, you know, up in dreen bgreen bay when it's 10 below zero, no shirt. >> so talking about just taking the plunge, i know the winds are a little calmer, but, wow, some places still waking up in the single continue digits. >> yeah, the dog will want to go right back in. cover your digits before you head out the door as we have frozen water there now. you can see ice on the potomac, live view from the national harbor camera. and the capital wheel there. so the potomac has frozen over a couple times this winter, but now many area ponds have ice on them. warn the children stay
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temperatures are done wn to the single tinldigits. near 10 southern maryland and chesapeake bay. winds enough to have windchills near zero to even subzero windchills on this sunday morning. so be aware, this is frostbite weather. you can get this as little as 30 minutes or so. so make sure your head, hands and feet are warm. loose fitting layers. best fabrics to keep you warm are wool and fleece. and the flag there at union station, hardly moving thankfully as the winds have diminished. hour by hour forecast by noon should be back up to around 20 degrees. mid-20s between 3:00 to down around low 20s by 6:00 and then
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the evening hours. no travel problems through this sunday. but we do have a winter storm warning this area in the pink including frederick county, western loudoun, northern fauquier, shenandoah valley, that's where some of the high are amounts of snow may be. these counties in blue are under a winter storm watch where lighter amounts may be moving in. snow begins late tonight. wintry mix monday afternoon. could get 1 to 4 inches of snow to a quarter of an inch of ice on top of that. right now no snow anywhere locally, but we do have some in the upper midwest, is this an upper level disturbance coming over us with a weak area of low surface pressure bringing in snow. by 10:00 p.m., shenandoah valley tonight. and then by about 1:00 a.m.,
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western sub bururbs and washing. and through the day on monday, we continue to have the snow falling and it will continue into monday afternoon. and then rain moves in on monday evening after 6:00 p.m., changes over to rain. stays wet, occasional rain showers all the way into tuesday. 2 to 4 inches western northern suburbs into the mountains for a totalment of snow 1 to 2 inches of the snow before we get the icing. and then all this mess ends tuesday afternoon with milder temperatures. wednesday, low 50s after a few morning sprinkles. getting mild next weekend. saturday's high may be near 60 degrees. >> we're looking forward to that. ha thanks, tom. p. two local chefs are fighting for the coveted title on top chef. and some say chef marjorie and kwame are our local favorites.
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about a brand new restaurant in the district. >> reporter: it's a unique area with an evolving vibe. and treasured history that still remains. it's d.c.'s shaw neighborhood and in a few months -- >> this is my he baby. >> reporter: -- a restaurant that sits on the corner of 9th and q will bring its own unique flavor to the neighborhood. >> so this outside area will be a raised herb garden. >> reporter: this is the a 25-year-old chef owner. if he looks familiar, this is like will he where you've seen him. one of top chef's most competitive talents. his cuisine top notch and these judges aren't easy to please. >> this is something i would totally order for lufrpg. >> reporter: and the same quality promised at his new restaurant. >> you can exp
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india, thailand, vietnam. >> reporter: here is a look at some of the handcrafted furniture that will be inside. all the pieces making a statement and setting the tone for an experience with a twist. >> when you walk in, there is no menu. >> reporter: you heard him right, there wouldn't be any menus. when guests make reservations, kwame says they will be asked a few questions about likes, dislike and diet taker restrictions. >> i want them to feel like they're coming into their friend's home and to just trust me and trust my team that we're really trying to give them the best experience possible. >> reporter: upstairs will be a members only bar offering a 24 hour con see concierge. >> bringing refinement. >> reporter: where a unique vibe. and from a man many are calling a al leatalented and emerging c. >> its an experience to d.c. w
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it. >> reporter: megan fitzgerald, nbc 4, washington. >> looks good. 7:21. it's a match maker for women rooking for work. the creative idea gaining momentum.
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>> and now there is a new website that scores employers on how they treat will. it is a platform based thin de. but growing. >> reporter: she led a career as an executive. but then her husband got a great job offer this washington. >> so we jumped at the opportunity, but it was a human career risk for me personally. >> reporter: almost two years laets, sally is still looking for the right job. she's also become a mom. #. >> prior to having a child, i could work whatever hours i needed to work. now my mind is a little more split. i can focus on work, but also my daughter. >> reporter: and a website
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>> it's super helpful for what i'm going through. >> reporter: in her site, it's call the trip adviser of women in the workplace and scores ploir employers. >> it's women helping women figure out where they will be successful at work. >> reporter: and women rate past or present employers on a range of topics. paid time off, leadership opportunities, maternity leave, flexible how himself abo flexible hours. and metrics matter. >> companies want do well. they're not the happy unless they have a score of 4 or above. >> reporter: with more than 5,000 in the database, tech and nonprofits rank the highest in the d.c. area. among the lowest, companies in manufacturing, construction and education. like other public ranking websites, there is no real oversite, but for the most part the
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back at home -- >> it's one piece of the pus he will for me. >> reporter: it's just another source, a starting point at this point in her life that keeps in bhi mind what hears most. and they also have a tool that connects women to companies based on their individual needs and goals. we have put all this information on our nbc washington app. >> it was a teps wense week in politics, so saturday night "life" lightened the move. >> i like jeb bush. >> you do? >> no, i'm kidding, who likes jeb bush? ♪ >> the skit featured hillary clinton and jeb bush after losing in the new hampshire primary. and it also touched
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young voters. >> they will have a lot of material in 2016 to work with. >> endless. it is a storm team 4 weather alert day and some of the coldest temperatures we've seen all winter. it is frigid out there. and more winter wth eather is o the way. when we can expect a little bit of a warm-up. and problems snow and ice caused in pennsylvania a massive pileup that crews believe it or not are still busy cleaning up this morning. developing right now, the controversy over who will relays justice antonin
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here are the top stories we're following. supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. the 79-year-old was reportedly visiting a ranch in texas. officials say he died of natural causes. meanwhile the fight to replace his seat on the supreme court is just beginning. we're working to learn the name of a man found dead inside a prince george's county home. investigators found the man shoth to death on armstrong lane in upper marlboro. and there are 16 victims in a sex abuse case.
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deonte carraway is charged. xwloo but t but the biggest story is the extreme cold. it is so dangerous to be out there for too long. this is the kind of cold that is really going to hit you the moment you step outside. >> it's why it is a storm team 4 weather alert day. we're tracking the cold and more snow. we do want to start this half hour with tom kierein tracking cold, cold, cold out there. >> and giving away free warm hugs i hear. >> we weather people to have warm fronts. >> well done. >> yes indeed, we have temperatures that are at 10
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even below that in many locations. the sun is trying to warm things up a little bit. a live view from our tower camera. way off in the distance near the horizon is bethesda. you can see clear blue sky now all around the regions are as cs been anytime this winter. around the bay, low to mid teens right now. windchills are hovering right around zero. winds only blowing around 5 to 10 miles per hour will, but with temperatures this cold, it doesn't take much. martinsburg, their windchill 5 below zero. your weather headlines, dangerously cold and snow changing to a wintry mix during the day on monday. and then rain likely on tuesday. that may cause some flooding. so weather alert days today, tomorrow and on tuesday with big changes on the way. a look at the
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timing on the new arrival and my snowfall forecast in just a few minutes. >> all of the east coast feeling the cold temperatures. a windchill advisory canceled events in new york city this weekend. the city up there could see windchills of minus 18 to minus 24. wind gusts could reach 45 miles per hour. boston, hartford, all could see record lows by the time the weekend is over. in boston, windchills could make it feel like 35 below in some places. i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor in due time. there will be plenty of time to do so. >> you
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obama saying he will try to fill the seat left vacant by the death of justice scalia in due time.person turns to whether or not that person will actually be appointed by the republican senate. this is already a heated issue and likely prolonged election year fight. just within hours of scalia's death. we spoke with justice correspondent pete williams on how the nomination time table could play out. >> it's inconceivable a new nominee would be confirmed before this term is over in late june or indeed before the next term starts in early october. so we'll go several months without nine justices which raises the possibility of tied votes. >> president obama also says the nomination for this seat is bigger than any one party and is that the should h senate should plenty of time to give it a
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squared off in south carolina. the primary is next week. chris pollone explains how the passing of scalia impacted the debate. >> reporter: the six remaining republican candidates for president on the debate stage in south carolina just hours after learning of the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. heaping praise on the stalwart. >> he's one of the great justices. >> reporter: and how many are urging the senate to block president obama's next appointment to the court. >> the senate needs to stand strong and say we won't allow barack obama to make one more liberal appointee. >> reporter: while donald trump and ted cruz have been sniping at each other, it was trump and jeb bush who got in the most heated exchanges. >> jeb is so wrong. jeb is absolutely so -- just so
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that is, that is jeb's special interests and lobbyists talking. >> i'm tired of him going after my family. while donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe. >> reporter: many analysts say marco rubio needed a bounce back performance after stumbling in the new hampshire debate. but the florida senator disappeared from the discussion if long stretches until finally clashes with ted cruz over immigration. >> ted cruz supported legalizing people that were in this country and only now does he say -- >> reporter: first in the south primary a week away, a chance for the front runners to solidify their positions with those trailing behind to gather much needed momentum. chris pollone, nbc news, new york. interstate 78 outside harrisburg, pennsylvania
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car crash. the crash happened yesterday morning. police say that a fast moving snow squall moved through the area. we saw a couple of those through washington. that's what caused this pileup. three people have died. some first responders had to walk more than a mile to get to the victims. the road will be closed until towing crews are actually remove all of the cars. >> what a mess. 7:37. feelslike zero and temperatures are the lowest they have been all winter long. how long single digit weather is sticking around and why you may have trouble with the commute next week. and pope francis making history will in mexico. thousands came out to catch a glimpse of the pontiff.
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celebrate mass in mexico. vatican officials as many as 1 million people will come out to catch a glitch himsempse. yesterday he celebrated mass in mexico city. >> just so many ways that you can say it, but the bottom the line, it is cold outside. and soon a lot of us may start seeing flakes. tom is tracking when and how much snow you can expect. and when you bundle your kids up, there could be a hidden danger in all that. what parents need to watch to keep their children safe when they're in the car.
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. welcome back. the "today" show is next. it starts at 8:00. >> let's get a preview now. erica hill and craig melvin joining us. >> craig was making fun of me because i'm more karl than red. >> but it translates really well. >> and we look like we're going to the prom. just ahead on this sunday morning on "today," our top story understand pli the life and legacy of supreme court justice antonin scalia. and we will look ahead to the battle over which
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>> his passing is the first topic at last night's republican debate. and the debate turned if to a knock down drag out fight. things started getting pretty personal. we will have a full wrap up this morning. >> and we have sent dylan out into the cold and playing pond hockey. so she will have a full report on that and she got to drive the zamboni. >> and a very special love story for this valentine's day when we get started on a sunday morning here on "today." >> love a good love story. and naomi says happy valentine's day to you. >> so much love for you down there. >> and it is very mutual. my second favorite city in america. >> come back and visit. shifting fears now, this morning a bill that would allow state officials to use the electric care in virginia. that chair wouldbe
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cases when lethal injection drugs are not available for death row inmates. and it is a measure that might be needed to put an inmate to death this coming hospital. the legislation has passed the virginia out of delegates, but it still has to clear the senate. new york police arrested a suspect this a hotel stabbing saying that the man stabbed his girlfriend and her two children to death. u.s. marshals and nypd detectives searched for michael sikes for four days. police say he killed his girlfriend, their four month old daughter and her one wouyear ol sister and a 2-year-old is in critical but stable condition. members of the brazilian military will educating folks will ways to eliminate the zika virus. more than 200,000 troops have been deployed into neighborhoods handing out leaflets with information on the virus and ways to prevent it from spreading.
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and identify problem areas that draw mosquitos and also distributing insect repellant. >> now to decision 2016. the state department has released homore than 1,000 new pages of hgillary clinton's e-mail. 81 were classified, none declared top secret. the state department is planning to finish making her e-mails public on february 29, just one day before the critical super tuesday primary. >> this is a warning for pet owners about leaving small animals or any animal out in the cold. a new york city dog doing a little better this morning after being left alone in a freezing park. on friday a woman found the dog chained to a free with its paws frozen to the ground. the dog is being treated this an emergency clinic. >> tying your dog out is never the answer. please, you know, reach out for
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freezing can take place in a matter of minutes. >> so lawmakers in new york are now are considering a bill to increase penalties for leaving pets out in the extreme cold or heat. >> poor baby. all right. we're look at 7:47. and if you have to head out a in these frigid temperature, you'll likely have to bundle up the kiddos. big warm puffy coat and car seats can be a dangerous combination. >> susan hogan is working for but this warning before you strap your kids into their car seat. >> there is a real danger for children wearing puffy winter coats. consumer reports says it is a serious concern, but there are easy ways to keep your child safe. a bulky coat and car seat can be a dangerous combination. emily thomas says the harness might not be tight enough to secure your child in a crash. she demonstrates a quick way to check.
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they put ben in a snowsuit and properly secured him in so there was no slack in the harness seats. and then removed ben's coat and put him back in the seat to see how loose the straps were. >> in the event of a frontal crash, all this extra room means that there is so much more space for ben to ride up and his head to be outside the protection of the shell, which would mean that he could have a head injury. >> reporter: use the same test for bigger kids to see how much room their puffy coat puts between them and their harness. >> in addition to not wearing a coat, make sure that your child is properly harnessed every time. you should not be able to pinch any fabric and their chest clip should always be at arm pit level. >> reporter: for a baby, consumer reports recommends first securing her h
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and then putting a blanket on top of the harness. and for bigger kids, teach them this cool trick of wearing their coat over the harness for riding in the car. consumer reports also suggests you periodically go to a car seat checkup event to make surer seat is properly installed. >> great remichbder minder. we haven't been conditioned so much for the blast of cold, so we have to remind ourselves to to all these things. >> and quite a roller coaster ride we've been on from mild to frigid and then we'll get mild again. keep up with all the changes with the nbc washington app. forecast and radar as we see snow approaching our region. we have a bouquet of colors on this map for you on this valentine's morning. and the colors mean the pink zone is a winter storm warning. and the blue zone
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and the lavender zone is a winter weather advisory. thousa south and east of us, northern neck and tidewater, that is for lighter amounts of snow. blue zone, moderate amounts of snow. and then higher amounts here shenandoah valley on into the mountains in the winter storm warning zone. include northern and western fauquier county, loudoun county. maybe up to 4 inches there. it will begin late tonight. wintry mix honemonday avenue. and then we could get freezing icing after the snow ends. right now temperatures single digits to just near 10. windchills are hovering right around 0. the winds only blowing around 5 to 10 miles per hour, but that is enough for the windchills to be really low. the hour by hour forecast, overlooking the nearly frozen
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potomac river, by noon near 20. mid afternoon temperatures mid-20s and then back down to low 20s as clouds close in 6:00 to 10:00 this evening. no travel problems, no snow yet. hour by hour timing, that is all based on the are a pid different system getting in here by late this evening. leading edge of the snow by 10:00 p.m., into the shenandoah valley. that is the lavender color. and then watch as we go forward th in time, honemonday morning red some of the snow moves into the suburb. brings up 5:00 to 8:00, and then another surge of snow moves in. and into monday afternoon. and then rain starts getting closer to the metro area by late afternoon. by 6:00 p.m., we change over to rain al
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the pink is the freezing rain and sleet. and then it's all rain as we get into monday night into tuesday. total amounts of snow, the blue zone, the dark blue zone, montgomery county, frederick, much of fairfax, loudoun, prince william county, stafford, points west 2 to 4 inches. 1 to 2 inches in washington, southern eastern suburbs. after all that ends on tuesday as the rain ends, temperatures mild in the low 50s. may reach low 50s again on wednesday. and next saturday temperatures may be they're 60 degrees. that should warm your heart on this valentine morning. >> i'm ready for a rebound. thanks. here are four things that you need to know today. supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. the 79-year-old was reportedly visiting a ranch in west texas. officials say he died of natural
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after a head-on crash. state police say the person was driving the wrong way on branch avenue. the driver of the other car was not hurt. we're working to learn the name of the man found dead inside a prince george's county home. police found the man shot to death on armstrong lane in upper marlboro yesterday. we now know about 16 alleged victims in a child pornography case involving a prince george's county teacher's aide. police say deonte carraway victimized children at sti elementary school and a church. and how local offic
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i lead the 11 o'clock news with stories of gun violence. and like many of you, my family lived through the beltway sniper crisis. in congress, i'll fight to expand background checks on guns and ammunition,
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and mandate gun safety locks, because too many kids die from accidental shootings. let's show the nra we're not afraid of them; as democrats, as americans, as parents. i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.
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how cool was that. aaron gordon contindidn't win t contest, but he may have won over some new fans with that performance. he used stuff the magic dragon to pull off a memorable slam. he grabs the paul there stuff's hands and goes under his own legs. >> that's like globe trotting material. >>
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hi. >> i'm from the police department. how are you? i wanted to drop off a little treat for for you valentine's day. >> oh, here is proof that you're never too old to have a valentine. fredericksburg police free throwed dozens of senior citizens with cards and chocolates. this is officer pastel as he greeted miss stevens at her home. yesterday was also her 85th birthday. happy birthday, miss stevens.
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you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong.
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hey candidates, answer the call already.
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good morning. remembering antonin scalia. >> for almost 30 years, justice antonin nino scalia was a larger than life president on the bench. >> the conservative supreme court justice dead at the age of 79. his passing setting up a political fight over which president will nominate his replacement. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor in due time. >> republicans pushing back, arguing it is a job for the next president. the issue front and center on the debate stage. >> it is called delay, delay, delay. >> i do not believe the president should appoint someone. >> will this fight paralyze washington even further? what about the key cases in front of the supreme court right

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