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metro station. the suspect, another teen. the motive? wait until you hear the motive. >> one day after chaos at the capitol, new details about the man who was shot and wounded by police inside the capitol visitors center. >> and why congress may have already been preparing for something like this to happen. >> now the most turbulent presidential campaign seen in modern memory. today police charged donald trump's campaign manager with simple battery. >> his name? corey lewandowski. a reporter accused him of yanking her arm hard enough to leave bruises. tonight we're getting our first close look at surveillance video that appears to back up her allegations. steve handelsman is on capitol hill with the trump campaign's response. hi, steve. >> doreen, donald trump not backing down. he knows this plays into his opponent's nrr
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organization that encourages violence. but trump is denying that and he is standing by his man. trump says he will not fire his trusted campaign manager corey lewandowski who trump said is being badly maligned. >> how can anybody be charged. she was actually if you look at her, according to a lot of people. she's grabbing at me and he's acting as an intermediary and trying to block her. >> but police charged lewandowski with battery based on this surveillance video showing lewandowski rushing to get between reporter michelle fields and trump and pulling her away as she tried to ask a question. police say fields' arm showed a quote grabbing type injury. >> criminal situation over that? >> violence has become a staple of trump rallies, protesters and counterprotesters encouraged by trump himself. >> i would like to punch him in the face. >> a criminal charge. ted cruz bla
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culture of the trump campaign. >> the abusive culture when you have a campaign that is built on personal insults, on attacks and now physical violence. >> and trump has bigger problems. not enough delegates for the nomination and not enough allies inside the party. >> he is hurting himself. >> former party chair michael steele says trump could lose unless he gets organized. >> so that when the effort comes from the stop trump folks to take those numbers away from you, you've got friends inside who are going to fight for you. >> it's ted cruz who has surged to a tie in the polls in wisconsin where republicans vote next. >> i think it's a demonstration of the fact that our party is uniting behind ted cruz. >> donald trump still has a big lead in national polls and in delegates. >> party insiders hope there's less of a chance now that trump will be the nominee. i'm steve handelsman, news4. a bit more news on donald trump now. his campaign workers are opening an officeer
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republican national committee and with congress. campaign officials say they expect that office will open next week. trump has hired a long-time republican operative to oversee convention operations. paul manfort helped manage the convention floor for gerald ford in 1976. in that race ford fended off a convention challenge by ronald reagan. the democratic race may be tightening according to our most recent nbc news/survey monkey weekly tracking poll. hillary clinton remains in the lead in the national race, but the results suggest only six percentage points separate her from bernie sanders. clinton's support dropped four points since last week's poll, while sanders gained two points. somebody shot and killed a 15-year-old boy on a metro platform. it happened last weekend in broad daylight. as the boy waited with his family for a train. tonight another teena h
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murder in that case. other pat collins at d.c. superior court where many of the victim's relatives showed up today. >> davonte washington, athlete, junior rotc, cadet, he had a lot of promise. davonte washington gunned down last weekend at a metro station. his family crushed by this senseless murder. at superior court, it was like a somber family reunion. they all wanted to be here. they wanted to see him in person. they wanted to see the man charged in the murder of 15-year-old davonte washington. >> what's this done to you? >> i'm devastated. it's put a strain, it's put a real strain on my family. >> in the courtroom. davonte's family took up more than three rows.
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and when maurice bellamy was brought in, davonte's mother cried out -- "that's the man! that's the man who shot my baby". >> i couldn't believe that the kid, that it was a kid. just looking, the same around the same age as my grandson. i just couldn't believe it. >> 15-year-old davonte washington, shot and killed last saturday afternoon at the deanwood metro station. he was with his mother and two younger sisters. he was on his way to get an easter haircut. according to court documents. bellamy approached him on the platform and said -- what do you keep looking at me for? you know me from somewhere? davonte said -- what? and then bellamy pulled out a gun and shot davonte washington twice in the chest. the murder captured on tape by metro security cameras. police compared t
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the gunman to a database of juvenile offenders and that's what led the cops to maurice bellamy. 17-year-old maurice bellamy. charged as an adult with murder. held tonight without bond. now back to you. >> pat collins reporting, thank you, pat. >> another security scare at the capitol today. police found two suspicious packages on capitol grounds just minds after the visitors center reopened. tourists were turned away and streets shut down as police investigated. they include the two unattended bags and visitors were allowed back inside. police shot an injured a plan who was holding what turned out to be a pellet gun yesterday. >> our darcy spencer is on capitol hill with the latest on the investigation and the security to date.
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>> the capitol visitors center did reopen first thing in the morning. a lot of people came out. there were a couple of security concerns. all of that was taken care of. everything was safe. everything was reopened. and tonight one lawmaker is telling us this is all proof that d.c.'s gun control laws need to stay in place. >> frank has been directing tour groups at the visitors center since 1980. >> when a man armed with a gun walked into the capitol visitors center and aimed it at police. he was shot and wounded. >> they did their job. they screened him before he got in. so excellent. kudos to them. >> tourists we spoke to agree that the security measures and police protection in place at the visitors center worked. >> from a uk perspective, we believe that security is realry good in the u.s. >> the suspect, larry dawson, is a minister
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he was holding a real-looking pellet gun. still, congresswoman eleanor holmes norton said the incident highlights the need to keep strict gun control laws on the books in the nation's capitol. >> when congress sees what one gunman can do, i hope they will let us be and stop trying to eliminate all our gun laws. that man got pretty close. and the capitol police acted heroical heroically. >> i'm larry russell dawson. >> nbc news learned in 2014 he was turned down for a funeral director's license in tennessee. state officials say he had violated a protective order, after he said god told him he was supposed to sleep with a teenaged girl. last october he was ordered to stay away from the capitol following his arrest for an outburst in the gallery of the house of representatives, he said he was a prophet of god. >> i feel safe when i get out. i don't let fear keep me locked down. >> dawson is being charged with
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assaulting a police officer and assault with a deadly weapon. he remains in the hospital being treated for a gunshot wound. once he's released from the hospital that's when he'll have his first court appearance. doreen, back to you. >> dorothy spencer, thank you. it turns out u.s. capitol police ask congress for more money just days before yesterday's shooting. >> they say they wanted the money to fay for more officers and more security posts. scott mcfarlane in the news4 i-team have been investigating security. and threats on the capitol grounds. there's part of our report tonight. scott? >> it was earlier this month that the capitol police filed this report with the u.s. senate asking for $additional $35 million. to hire another 72 sworn officers to bolster the force and help add and man more security checkpoints on the grounds, inside capitol complex buildings and outside. what they call prescreeners to screen people before they enter. in fact one agency official told
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we want to keep the fight outside the building. identify threats before they enter the buildings. that report was file tleed weeks before yesterday's shooting and lockdown at the visitors center. the i-team learned the agency wants to add more checkpoints inside buildings and and inside capitol complex garages. the new u.s. capitol police chief spoke with us last week before the incident at the visitors center and told us the agency has to prepare for the possibility of an attacker. >> it's the challenge that we face throughout the country. the unknown threat. as you know, whether it's an organized effort or whether it's the individual. we always have to be cognizant of the threat environment. >> congress must decide by the end of this year whether to give the 2000-person u.s. capitol police force an additional 72 sworn police officers. jim and doreen? >> thanks. breaking news out of dulles airport. a section of the main terminal has been
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items in the baggage claim area. that item was found by police dogs that hit on it. bureau chief julie carey is out there with the latest. julie? >> yeah, you can see behind me, just a quick glance, nothing looks out of the ordinary all the activity on the far east end of the airport, that is where several parts of the airport have been evacuated both in the baggage claim area and up in the departure area, now we're told this is all being done out of an abundance of caution. the investigation started when a canine alerted on an unattended item so they have cleared out that area in the baggage, in the baggage terminal area with that item was found. we're told that passengers were cleared from carousel areas 3 through 8. also some areas around the ticket counters have been evacuated as this investigation proceeds.
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lufthansa, jetblue, from all the traffic behind me. travelers still coming and going out front. still have access to most of the ticket and baggage claim area and flights are arriving and departing as scheduled. as the investigation into an unattended bag continues. currently 59 degrees, our high today was 50 and we were noticing the winds from start to finish. the winds will die down somewhat around 7:308:00 as the sun goes down, as they do so temperatures reilly drop by 9:00 p.m. we're in the low 50s under mainly clear skies. now tomorrow morning, grab the warmer jacket. not just the lighter spring jacket. look at the temperature in your neighborhood at 7:00 a.m. 39 in the district. 33 in gaithersburg and 34 in manassas, we'll notice a bit of a breeze tomorrow especially during the
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conditions right on into the weekend. i'll have more on the the winds coming up in my full forecast. it's only going to a few more days until somebody starts yelling play ball out at nats ballpark. in the wake of the computer hacking at medstar health. local cybersecurity company tells us what we can do to protect our family and our businesses. is there anybody with you? >> no it's only me, my mom is at work app my grandpa's at work. >> why rescuers in montgomery county say a 7-year-old girl did sactly what
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the elevator in the washington monument broke down again today. it is the ninth time it's done that in less than a year. it got stuck about 280 feet up this afternoon. 19 people were on board. they were able to get off. another 23 people on the observation deck, this h to walk down. nearly 900 steps. engineers are now at the monument. trying to fix the problem. but until that elevator can be repaired, the monument will remain closed. the medstar health system is slowly bringing its
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after a malware attack yesterday. the attack forced workers to use paper record-keeping and even canceled some medical procedures. news4's chris gordon is at washington hospital center with more on what happened. and also, how you can protect your own computers, chris? >> doreen, imagine a family member needs radiation treatment for cancer, monday through friday for eight weeks. then there's a computer attack and all radiation treatment comes to a stop. that's the situation one local family faces tonight. medstar says it is making significant progress restoring its clinical i.t. system. but the computer malware attack has caused some confusion. this woman, who doesn't want to be identified. says her husband's daily cancer radiation treatments were suspended on monday. >> he needs a treatment as do many, many others that i've met there. so we're worried.
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have it fixed, i'm praying by tomorrow. i asked local cybersecurity firm threat connect how businesses and individuals can protect their computers from viruses. >> email attachments are the ways that attackers will get malware into your network. >> to protect against malware he recommends updating your anti-virus software. enabling your pop-up blockers and backing up your computer on an external drive. >> finally it comes down to planning. the organization has to think through what will happen when this kind of attack unfolds so that they're ready for it when it does unfold. >> medstar is not saying whether this was a ransom ware attack, where cybercriminals demand ransom money to restore computer access. just last month hollywood presbyterian hospital paid $17,000 in ransom for its computers to be unfrozen. >> hopefully they'll get it fixed. i heard this
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something called ransom ware. where they got money to turn it back on from some hackers. so i hope they can do the same here. >> local security experts, however, advise not paying ransom to cybercriminals. and it's important to repeat that medstar is not confirming whether this was a ransom ware attack. that's the latest live in northwest washington. jim i'll throw it back to you. >> thanks, chris. >> a milestone today for the supreme court nominee merritt garland. he met with a republican senator. garland met this afternoon with senator mark kirk of illinois. leaders in the republican party insist they will not hold confirmation hearings or a vote on judge garland's nomination to serve on the court. however, there are some cracks in the resistance. 16 republican senators now say they're open to at least
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with the candidate. today, senator kirk went even further. >> we need for rational, adult open-minded consideration of a constitutional process. which judge garland is part of. he's been duly nominated by the elected president of the united states. to fill a vacancy which we know exists on the court. >> senator kirk is in the midst of a tough re-election battle in illinois. merritt garland grew up in a suburb of chicago. it's almost time. nats park sprucing up for this weekend exhibition games this weekend. there are a number of changes to make it fan-friendly experience, tom sherwood got an up-front look today. >> it takes more than 40,000 fans to make a sellout at nats ballpark. as the team gets ready for a another opening day -- fans again will see metal detectors, they were first used last year bese
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violence and terrorism. >> we put a lot of design into the metal detectors and the planning and implementation. >> the director says some new security efforts will be seen and not seen. >> you guys are taking whatever precaucuses you can. >> there's things i can't talk b. that we're implementing this season. i will tell you we are having canine teams at every ball game this year. >> but that's all behind the scenes stuff. the team is offering new foods and new eating and drinking spaces to make the ballpark an even more family friendly place. >> 75% of our fans come to the game with another member of their family. we're very focussed on having a family-friendly experience. >> after eight years in the southeast, development is filling in spaces that oncy used for parking lots. >> the developments around here is phenomenal. we do crane counting, we try to
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building. >> like previous years, metro is still the most popular way to get to and from the park. in the district, tom sherwood, news4. find out about other changes for the upcoming season on our facebook page. major damage to a large home in the oakton county of fairfax county. smoke and flames and more firefighters had to be called in. major dollars going into cancer research. tell but the push by vice prident joe biden today esin
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but jamie raskin is the only democrat for congress who's authored landmark progressive laws -- marriage equality, equal pay for women, green maryland act, assault weapons ban, and more.
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nice sunshine out there. if only it hadn't been so windy and the wind is knocking all the cherry blossoms off the trees, amelia. >> unfortunately it is, and we're going to be breezy to windy through sunday, so you're going to be noticing the winds over the next few days. probably not the best idea to put the patio furniture out for the first time this year it will be blowing around. much as the flag is down at union station this evening, you can see it flapping in the wind there. we start to see the winds diminish in about an hour, around 7:30 to 8:00 as the sun goes down. not a cloud in the sky at union station very dry air in place, very cold overnight tonight and early tomorrow morning. here's the latest on the wind into the weekend. tomorrow breezy,
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you're going to notice the winds on thursday, we're windy. friday, we're breezy. saturday and sunday, two blustery days in the forecast. right now, we're at 59 degrees and winds now out of the north at 20 miles per hour so that northerly component helping to bring in some of the cooler air. now tomorrow the weather having a low impact on your day, we'll have plenty of sunshine once again. winds will be a bit lighter. but you'll possibly want to grab the jacket, with the temperature around 38 degrees at 7:00 a.m. maybe patchy frost especially in suburbs north and west of town. the high of 62. here's the latest allergy report. trees continue to come in at high. the main culprits, maple and box elder. dining out tonight or firing up the grill. maybe not the best
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noticing the chill when you factor in the winds, it feels like temperatures are in the upper 40s to low 50s. i would recommend dining outdoors, either wednesday or friday night. tomorrow night it will be cool, but nice. some rain potentially impacting those outdoor plans thursday night. but there's a chance we could make it through most if not all of the day on thursday, completely dry. so tomorrow i think is actually going to be the best day out of the work week, we're going to be noticing the winds on thursday despite the warmer temperatures, a high around 70 on thursday, here's the latest with the future weather, limited sunshine throughout the day. notice future weather keeps us dry even to about 8:00, after that we track rain moving into the area. the rain ends around the midday on friday. i'll have more on the weekend coming up in a little bit. >> the brussels airport hoping to reopen as early as tomorrow. what airport staff are doing to prepare a week after a terror attack that
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>> my dad is on the floor, he's on the ground sleeping. >> a 7-year-old girl made the right call and montgomery county fire and rescue officials say she's a
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out of dulles airport. part of the terminal is closed. after they discovered a suspicious package in the baggage claim area. one of the police dogs found it. several ticket counters and baggage carousels are affected. part of the main terminal's arrival and departure level is closed temporarily. flights are operating and none of the roads around the airport have been closed. >> right now a massive clean-up effort is under way at a fairfax county home gutted by fire today, the two-alarm blaze started this afternoon on wind song drive in oakton. heavy flames and smoke poured from the roof when firefighters got there and it spread quickly because of all the winds today. there are no reports of any injuries. and investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked this fire in the first place. new police training is under way in fairfax county tonight. involving the use of deadly force. >> there are new rules that are the result of the death
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named john gere back in 2013. the murder indictment against the officer who fired the shot that killed him. police chief ed russell says one of his first moves when he took charge of the department was to review and retool the department's use of force policy. new approach is being taught in realistic drills. there's a model there, take time, take cover, deescalate. a virtual reality challenging the officer with dramatic scenarios. >> it's getting more tools on your tool belt that are less lethal. you have the pepper spray which is effective. the taser is effective and it's getting more comfortable with those tools that you don't have to go to deadly force. unless it's absolutely needed. >> the new use of force policy may have already saved the life of a teenager. who came at the police with two guns.
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has been charged in connection with a stabbing on easter sunday could also potentially face charges for another crime. police arrested john mercado today for that stabbing in springfield. but relatives of a murder victim from last friday say the police told them that mercado was also the prime suspect in that case. william martin palma died after somebody stabbed him in the leg. mercado has not been charged in that case. it's been a week since the terror attacks in brussels. tonight an impromptu memorial in a city square continues to grow and visitors are leaving mementos to pay tribute to the 32 people killed in those attacks. police are still searching for a chief suspect in the attacks. he's become known as the man in white. his image was captured on airport surveillance cameras, walking with the two suicide bombers just
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>> the fact that he's wearing heavy glass, the fact that he's wearing a cap on his head. he might even use a fake beard it could be that this guy was always meant to escape the attack. >> the airport has been closed since the attacks, but authorities say they hope to reopen it on a limited bases tomorrow. today airport workers have been testing a make jist area where passengers can built in and have built a temporary structure to bypass the departure section that was damaged when the two bombs exploded last tuesday. >> three people shot, one man is suspected of shooting three of them in maryland before he step issed in front of a train. police believe it started with a fight between the man and his girlfriend. jacinto del prado is accused of shooting two men at a truck stop in howard county on sunday. one of those men died. police say that he then shot a woman at an apartment in greenbelt. then on monday, he stepped in
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and was killed. his girlfriend survived the shooting. neighbors described the commotion before that shooting. >> it was a mixture of voices and sounds. yelling and hitting and you know, everything. >> police said del prado did not know the men that he shot at the truck stop. they believe it was a case of mistaken identity. a bill that would crack down on drunk drivers in maryland has passed in the state senate. noah's law requires anyone convicted of driving drunk to use an ignition interlock system. lawmakers have to work out the differences between the two bills before sending it to the governor to be signed into law. that bill is named after montgomery county police officer noah liotta who was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver last year. as presi
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in baltimore today to announce a major new effort to fight cancer. >> johns hopkins will open up a new immunotherapy center in baltimore. it's a new treatment which uses the patient's own immune system to find and destroy cancer cells. new york mayor michael bloomberg and philanthropist sidney kimmer donated $125 million to the project. >> this is personal. for so many of us that are in this hall. and the millions of americans who face that dreaded phrase -- "i'm afraid you have cancer." >> vice president biden has led a newly charged effort to fight cancer since his son beau, died of brain cancer last year. the government has officially withdrawn if its battle against apple. but there are those who suggest that the tech privacy war just getting started. an emotional day for dozens of people after an
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airliner was forced to land. more about the man at the center of the scare near cairo. and coming up in my full forecast i'm looking to the weekend where cooler air moves in and we could be dealing with a little bit of rain. i'll have the latest timing. heus when t winds die down, time magazine called chris van hollen "aero to environmentalists, education groups, and gun control advocates" for his accomplishments as a young legislator. now a respected leader in congress and key ally of president obama, protecting planned parenthood and social security...
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passengers on an egypt air flight that was hijacked are safe now, but there's still trying to make their way back to egypt tonight. earlier today their flight was hijacked and diverted to cyprus, television cameras were rolling when the hostages got out of the plane any way they could. one guy climbed out the cockpit window. tonight, the hijacker is in custody. claudio lavanya has more. >> the hijacking of the flight from alexandria to cairo ended with all passengers, including eight americans, walking free. ane
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being closed for many hours following the landing of that plane. due to the demands by 51-year-old egyptian man who claimed soon after takeoff that he was wearing a suicide vest that turned out in the end to be fake. but of course the pilot didn't take any chances and he landed the plane here. soon after landing, the hijacker freed all the women and children and then for the first three hours demanded to speak to his estranged ex-wife, who is a cypriot living in cyprus. after the man started making demands, he wanted political eye sil up and to speak to members of the european union. that was enough for the spokesperson for the government to call it a mentally unstable man. the real motive for the hijacker is still unclear. >> in any case, it's not something which has to be do with terrorism. >> in the meantime all passengers that got stranded here, some of them will fly back to cairo on
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tonight while the plane is still on the tarmac at the far end of the airport and we understand that it will fly back to cairo as well empty. of course in the middle of the night for nbc news at the airport of lanaca. a little girl in montgomery county made the right call when she made 911. listen to part of the exchange after she found her dad in need of medical help. >> how old are you, hon sni? >> i'm seven years old. >> is your mommy or daddy there? >> yes, my dad is on the floor and he's on the ground, sleeping and -- >> is there anybody else there with you? >> no. it's only me. my mom is at work and my grandpa's at work. >> tomorrow that 7-year-old girl and her parents will have a chance to meet that 911 operator and tour the emergency call center. good for her. >> a lot of poise. >>
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>> scary situation. >> stellar work. they should give her some ice cream and whatever else she wants. >> you want to see the cherry blossoms? you better hurry up. we'll tell you why. after weeks of heated back and forth why the fbi says it doesn't need any help from apple any more. how federal investigators got into the iphone of one of the fhooters o
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well good news here at dulles international airport. two areas of the main terminal that had been evacuated
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the unintended baggage item has been checked out and cleared and pose those danger. here's what it looks like inside the terminal a few minutes ago. the baggage carousels from 3 to 8, that area all cleared out. that's where this unattended item was alerted on by a canine earlier this afternoon. airport officials also cleared out an area in the departure, the united counter. the jetblue counter and about five other counters, off-limits for about 90 minutes this afternoon. that unattended item does not pose any danger. the employees are not going to be returning to those evacuated areas and soon travelers will be able to get back inside the airport. too. new details tonight about how the fbi broke into a mass shooter's iphone without apple's help and it's raising questions about just how secure your data is on your phone. nbc's jay gray has more on the
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still-growing debate over privacy and national security. >> federal agents won't say what they found or how they found it. but the fbi does now say it successfully happened the iphone that belonged to san bernardino terrorist syed farook. >> it was only a matter of time before they found a way. >> that way apparently mapped out by an unnamed third party that reached out to officials last week offering an alternative method for unlocking the phone and retrieving the data in written statement fbi assistant director in charge david bowditch said in part i'm satisfied that we have access to more answer thans we did before. the break in the phone and the case ends a high-stakes, high-tech legal battle between the government and apple to unlock the phone. the company had refused, sparking a debate between privacy and national security. >> the fbi had a desire to get this. in this case they found the right way to do it. which was develop a tool that is not available to p
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they can use when they need to. and this may be the model going forward. >> apple engineers are expected to try to close the gateway uncovered by hackers, the company saying people in the united states and around the world deserve data protection, security and privacy. sacrificing one for the other only puts people in countries at greater risk. though the debate over risk and reward is sure to continue. jay gray, nbc news. well we asked you if you're worried about your cell phone privacy now that we know the fbi can hack into iphones, our flash survey of the day and only about 20% of you say yes, you are concerned. >> some of us are so curious to know whether the guy they used was a 13-year-old kid up in his bedroom somewhere. cherry blossom festival well under way. peak bloom is just about at the end. we've had some wind, we've had a little bit of rain. some blossoms,
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a matter of fact, are still out there. still worthy of a photograph. but the deal is, if you want to catch them, you better hurry up because they're not going to be there much longer are they? >> it looks almost like snow flurries when you're out in the blossoms, the petals flying. >> that's going to continue to be the case tomorrow into the weekend. because the winds are not going to let up. we'll be breezy to windy right on through sunday. and that is going to be your first weather headline. the weekend looking quite windy. if you have plans outdoors you want to keep it in mind. tennis or golf, i would recommend making the plans later in the day when the temperatures warm up because the winds will add a chill. in addition to that, roller coaster temperatures, we'll warm up through friday, cool back down over the weekend. our next chance of rain loofs to arrive later in the day on thursday, as new information continues to come in. it looks like most if not all of the day onto
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could be mainly dry on thursday wh a better chance of rain on friday. currently temperatures are in the 50s. 59 in washington, 57 in annapolis. 55 in winchester. a high temperature in the district was 60 degrees, our normal high this time of year is about 62, right on track. now tomorrow morning look at the temperatures, 6:00 a.m., 38 degrees, low to mid 30s in the suburbs, by 8:00 a.m. we'll be around 40. you'll want the sunglasses, plenty of sunshine in the forecast. 10:00 a.m., 47. and by the afternoon a nice day to have the lunch outdoors, kids off for spring break. temperatures at 2:00, upper 50s to low 60s, a high tomorrow of 62. and we'll hit it around 5:30. a sure sign that warmer weather moving into the area. when we start to hit our high temperatures later in the the day. sunset time around 7:30. 8:00 tomorrow and evening, temperatures fall to the mid to upper 50s. the latest on the cherry
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talking about the petals coming down looking like snow. you can see in this photograph that was shared with me on twitter, again the winds not going to help the beautiful flowers heading into the weekend if you're heading down to the tidal basin, probably want to grab a warmer jacket. on thursday a high around 70. and again most if not all of the day is looking dry. but it will be pretty windy from start to finish. breezy on friday, a good chance you're dealing with some rain, maybe an isolated rumble of thunder or two. warmer on friday, highs in the mid 70s, going out for your friday night, looking quite nice. saturday, high low 60s. saturday night a little rain north and west of town. potentially wet snow mixing in. no accumulation, sunday night we'll be tracking the potential for a frost and freeze in spots. cold monday morning as we head back to work and school monday, high temperature of 53. for tuesday, there's going to be the chance of rain with a high temperature of 55. did you just glide
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fact of wet snow? >> no accumulation. no accumulation. >> my goodness. >> she knows we've had enough. >> we can't stand to hear about any more. >> leave that out of the forecast. coming up in sports, you think you got a daunting task before you tonight, folks? consider the wizards. wall street. the nra. they're powerful. they usually get their way. but not with democrat donna edwards. she won't take cash from wall street banks. and when washington insiders wrote a loophole to let the nra spend dark money to kill gun safety laws, donna edwards said 'no' she's fighting to ban assault weapons and putting the safety of our communities first. because to democrat donna edwards, the special interests aren't special. we are. women vote! is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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okay, so you're in trouble, you into he had to win some games to get into the playoffs? so where do you go? >> golden state. come on. >> the last place you want to be if you're the wizards. >> if you want to make the playoffs, you have to win games like this. with so much on the line in these final nine games for the wizards, they cannot afford to chalk up any more losses, no matter hot opponent might be. yes, we know the warriors have been unbeatable at home and the last time these two teams played in golden state. the wiz kids got hammered by 31 points. is it mission impossible tonight for the wizards? golden state, they've been going bananas in the bay area. 53 straight games they've won at home. a perfect 35-0 this season at oracle arena. only the san antonio spurs 37-0 have a better home record. the wds
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loss since january of last season when they fell to the bulls. the wizards, still have a shot at making the playoffs, they understand anything is possible. >> they're a team that's beatable. everybody knows that you got to play a heck of a game to beat them. they look like a they're not supposed to win, they find a way. they stay calm and poised throughout the whole 48-minute game. no matter how much they're down or up. they stay poised. we prove we can play against this team. we can prove against a lot of teams if we're healthy and we play the right way. >> we're all excited we just moved up last night. everything, is in the picture for us, we need this game it's important for us, we know it's not going to be easy, we feel like we're well prepared enough to be able to take care of business. >> how important is the game? if the wizards want to make the playoffs, this is what they're up against, they trail the pistons by two and a half games for the final spot in the eastern conference. detroit has a much tougher
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wrap up the season. the two teams will face off on april 8th. also indiana, three games ahead of the wizards in the standings. late tip-off tonight on the west coast between the wizards and warriors. 10:30 start time in that game. we're going to move on to the nfl. the redskins hosting a pair of free agents the next few days. wide receiver an kwan boquan bo at the park today. boen who won super bowl xlvii spent the last three seasons with the san francisco 49ers, 35 years old, caught 69 passes for 789 yards, four touchdowns last season with the 9ers, in his 14-year career, he has over 13,000 receiving yards. 74 touchdowns, he is known around the league for being one of the toughest receivers in the game. a familiar face could soon be back in a familiar place. pot roast set to visit with the skins tomorrow this after he
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patriots yesterday. terrence knight spent the 2015 season with the burgundy and gold, his production slipped a little, 29 tackles, one and a half sacks, for a nose tackle, #keeppotroastind.c. capitols taking home their second presidents trophy in team history. they clinched home-ice advantage throughout the postseason with a few games left. one more feat to check off the list, braden holtby, two wins behind the nhl record for most wins in a season by a goaltender at 48. as you would expect, holtby and his team not thinking too much about the record. >> i don't think it's just hasn't really been discussed. he hasn't brought it up. we haven't brought it up. he's going about his business. i think he deflects the attention away from it and let things happen naturally you know. if it happens, great. something we're very proud of him for doing.
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along. just another story to the season that's been a success so far. >> such a different dynamic between the capitols and the wizards, the capitols want the sees ton end so badly they're over they say character is what you do when no one is watching. david trone banned the box so people who've paid their debt to society could have a chance. and fought so hard for criminal justice reform, they named a center after him. and because education was his way out david offered it free to employees. and over 14 years ago began offering them partner benefits. evening the playing field has always been david's mission. in congress it'll be his job. it's not how you run, it's how you live. i'm david trone and i approve this message.
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