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6:00 this sunday morning. seven people had to be rushed to the hospital after a late night head-on crash in montgomery county. protests spread as the trump administration is splitting up families as ty arrive at the border. and choosing between saving cash when they go out or giving a big raise to thousands of workers. that's the big issue coming up for vote thek. first, welcome in on this sunday morning, happyy father's o all of the dads out there. i'm adam tuss. >> today iyour day. >> it is. >> do i get to take a n>>? chill, i'll do the show.
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hours?hat, two i'm angie goff. we're glad you could join us. beautiful sunrise. two days in a row. >> she's dialing them up. >> we're talking about lauryn ricketts. she's on a roll. you don't want to stop it. >> you don't want to stop it. the last six weekends we talked about rain and severe weather. now we're talking about beautiful sunrises and warming temperatures. let's go ahead and take a look outside. absolutely wonderful. sun came up at5:43. a gorgeous picture there. another beautiful morning. another warm morning. another dry morning for the most part. we have a little system just off to the west could bring us shower c as wetinue through the day. highly isolating maybe a pop up thunderstorm. i wouldn't cans emouoor plans this father's day. it is nice out there, mild, 74 degrees. clouds will decrease through the
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morning. however, temperature increasing and so is humidity increasing out there. heat index by this afternoon, triple digits in someofortions he region. that's not the warmest this week. we'll talk abo how hot it gets in the next couple days in about ten minutes. >> thank you. 6:02. happening now, police are looking for a missing teenager, charlie barton. they say the 17-year-old m be going through a mental health crisis. last seen at 6:00 saturday morning. police say he may have been in alexandria section around noon yesterday. get it.ormation as we they're still looking for him. if you have information, contact fairfax county police. new this morning, thisis collion sent several to the hospital in montgomeryco unty.
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you can see a couple of cars completely flipped upside down. the front end smashedren. officials say fourehicles were involved in an accident last night in derwood. seven had to be takene to hospital. 6:03. president trump in a tweet says separating immigrant children from families is he u.s., mexico border is the democrats's fault. protests on the issonnue across the country. department of homeland security says in six-weeodpe nearly 2,000 kids have been taken from parents and held in government shelters. trump administration hopes to change the criteria to gain asylum into the united states. they're hoping splitting up families when they arrive will dete others from coming. many across the aisle disagree.
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>> he could sp it if he wanted to. all he has to do is pick up the babies ay stop taking from their mothers. that's entirely within the power of the president of the unite states. >> department of justice will not stand idly while our laws are defied and undermed. >> theylan to add 1600ore beds at facilities near the border to accommodate all of the minors b>>ng detained. eet the press moderator chuck to will skbrojoin us lateo talk about the policy and what else is on the show later on nbc4. the candidates for governor square off in a final televised forum before the june 26 primary, it was hosted b nbc4 and telemundo 24 and monitored by tom sherwood. immigration was front and center with candi talking about vowing to help.
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>> we have to end the terror, this is one thing we can do. >> we have too many families afraid to c sendldren to school. >> i.c.e. officers areli b. as donald trump said, let off the leash. the only way to stand up t bullies is you have to fight them. >> you can watch the entire forum with the democratic candidates in the race for governor of maryland. it airs here on news4 later this morning at 11:30 after "meet the press." 6:05 tuesday. d.c. voters decide on the issue of tips, minimum wage. they can be paid 3.33 an hour. goes up to $ in 20 to. if this passes, tipped empyees
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earn $15 by 2025. darcy spencer talked with workers and diners ahead of the big rte. orter: it is a beautiful saturday night at th wharf in d.c. thousands are hanging out at bars and restaurants, enjoying the water front. d.c. residents have the chan to change how waiters, waitresses and other workers are paid. would boost tipped worker pay to $15 an hour by 25. many we spoke to support the pay hike. >> i think it would hel a lot f people as far as being able to make a living wage. >> reporter: but the initiative created controversy. some restaurant owners saying having to pay workers so much reduceuld cause them to hours or close. ve hour tips is urging voters to say isno. estaurant worker that depends on tips says he supports
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the initiative. >> it would help a lot, but if people would do minimum wage, i would support th yeah, to get higher paying. >> reporter: some areoncerned raising base pay means customers won't tip or at leastot as much. many customers we spoke to say they would still tip. it is about rewarding good service. ake up your mind to go out and eat, you have to back it up if you want it. that's the personal thing. i don't think it would be effected by how mh somebody is making at the back end. >> reporter: some residentsave not yet decided how they're going to vote but they ve a couple of days to decide. the vote is on tuesday. in southwest washington dcy spencer, news4 today. e> we conti to follow a developing story in new york. new york city firefighters were hurt battling a house fire on staten island. four of the firefighters were seriously hurt, the others are
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minor iuries. the fire started around 7:00 last night, spread to at least one other house. no civilians were hurt. fire investigators are trying to figure out how the fire started. it is 6:08. early on, dry skies, nicely clear. >> 74 degrees already. and it is going to be muggy. hot and humid is the name of the game on father's day. who could see a shower? lauryn ricketts joins us next. thanks for financing the new space.
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it seems the oval office made an impression on kim kardashian. she is notuling out a presidential run. he asked her about a white house bid, she said never say never. recently, she visited president
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trump, helped get a pardon for nonviolent drug >> people would support her, absolutely. check this out. we have all heard the term you break it, you bought it. some parents in kansas are living proof. >> it is $132,000. you can see it. a tumble. that was a priceye sculpture. family was at a community center when it hapened, one of kids, it is like an hour glass sculpture. the child and artwork tumbled onto the ground. they say it is damaged beyond what theyan pair, but the insurance company wants the couple to pay up.
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and they said this could happen to anybody. the community center says you wen't watching the ds, it is a big back and forth. >> myiggest fear is take them anywhere there's something they could break. especially like that. >> the community center rn, som parents are saying that should be behind glass. >> i agree. it is 6:13. turn our attention to weather on father's day. people have plans, grilling, going to school. stormeoeam 4 mlogist lauryn ricketts, what do you say? maybe a shower chance? >> there'sll very s one. i do not think you should cancel pls outside, whether headed to the pool or whether grilling out. i have a grill forecas coming your way. again, we are looking at some nice conditions. very hot conditions. nice out the now. let's take a look outside.
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the sun came up. beautiful morning. you can see showers trying to pop up throuout the region, mange to the west with a system trying to m e into thearea, but it is weakening as it moves into more stable air. going to keep a chance for isolated shower, maybe a storm. we can see byom0:00 a.m., areas of shenandoah may get a little rain. then anythin we see is light and short-lived, especially if we see a thunderstorm. i don't think they're sticking around. we keep a chance because of heating through the day. temperatures are already hot. 74 here in.c 70 in leesburg. 68 in frederick and gaithersburg. headed into the mid w 90sh humidity increasing. it will feel close to 100 degree today. tomorrow and tuesday are a lot hotter. if you'reanning the grill this afternoon and throughout the evening, sun going down a little after 8:30.
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temperatures are going to be warm. but again, just a chance of an isolated shower out there. feel like temperatures as we continue through theafternoon, again close to 100 degrees. especially by dead of the afternoon. 2:00, 3:00, 4:00. rather hot. tomorrow morning, you wake up, those temperatures, feel like factor in the mid to upper 80s. that's at 10:00 a.m. by tomorrow, you head on home, this is what it feels like. triple digits. dangerous heat headed our way tomorrow andsd t. look at the temperatures with added humidity, feeling up over 10 degrees. storm chance on tuesday, better chances getting to wednesday and thursday,ut it will be muggy all throughout the work week. rain chances return at the end of next weekend. reporter's notebook is up next. >> back in 15 minutes with more of the morning's top stories. good morning, i am pat lawson muse. the third time is a charm for
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cory stewart who won the republican sene nomination, faces virginia senator tim kaine november. the establishment republican picked up a little speed in recent weeks. joining us to talk politics nohern virginia bureau chief juli harry and welcome to tom a,sherwood. jut was a dramatic win for stewart. things went back and forth ony tuesnight, and it was a close race. >> it was a narrow win. this is great news for coryho stewart has been after a chance to seek statewide office for som time. great news for supporters of president trump of which he is one, and cory stewart has a very loyal base of people, they tend to be the fervent, pro-trump people. but this is bad news for the rest of t virginia republican
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party because he is a very difficult candidate to have at the top of the ticket now because he has b n so controversial, because he alienates so many independent voters and female voters, it is going to be a rough going. some virginia republicans were saying even on tuesday night you just hded the senat race to tim kaine. cory stewart sees it differently. he thinks t president's popularity is growing, that that's going to lift his campaign andt will become a competitive race and then the money will startlowing to h campaign. right now, the national senate republicans, no plans to focus on this race. >> people underestimate cory stewart. he is trump support, heoves saying that. he says ed gilleie lost last year because he wasn't sufficiently, conservati trump like. he said people will not vote for
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you. trump vots are aroup of voters that will vote for you if ey believe you're into trump. no question cory stewart is all into trump. as you know in virginia sometimes it used to be a publican state, then it went purple lately. and then democratic blue. >> i think it is turning blue. few things about cory stewart, he needs to look at the numbers the oth night. winning vote total was lower than it was when he was nipping ed gillespie's heels. while he has support, fewer came out to cast ballots for him. but o thing he can take heart in,e did win in the close suburbs. creeping out toan spotsy, it hange.d to >> fairfax? >> loudoun
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but when it comes to general election and turnout is much higher and statewide winner has to win a lot voters in those areas. one other really quick factor, some republicans surmise that a lot of republicans might have cast democratic ballots the other day in their particular area, may have been more interested in that. you could have had people crossing over. >> cory stewart has two personalities. county executives say he fused on county business and not a right wing politician. butng is he g to be able to build around the state when people get to know him. tim kaine, vice presidential candidate, clinton won the sta in 2016, he doesn't have a lot of negatives. and has millions in the bank.
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it is a loto tovercome. >> how do you see the race shaping up in november with tim kaine? what does heeed to d >> i think out of the box he will take the higher road. >> he has already done that. >> well, he got a few swipes in yest he'll take the high road, continue to talk about things that he thinks have been his accomplishments in congress. we're going to hear about donald trump from surrogates. the other name we'll hear a lot of, corytewart vowed to talk about hillary clinton. he is going to continue to kind of try to drag down tim kaine by associating him with hillary clinton. >> a >> i think it will be to a small degree, they're sort of the proxy for trump and hillary clinton,
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>> the cory stewart being the thisf the ticket, does complicate her life? he tried to separate from the trump imagend- >> it complicates life for barbara come stack, dave bdt cott taylor. these are all republican incumbents in seats that will be heavily challenged. these areo candidates articularly barbara comstack's case that distance from the president. hard to imagine her out on the stump with cory stewart. and now not only is she going to be asked about donald trump at every turn but asked about do you support cory stewart. >> thinking of races, o other race impacted by this stewart nomination is the tept district.
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jennifer wexton beat three women for a chance to challenge comestock. she promised positive, progressive agenda. compare with co >> i think one of the enormous issues is e iss of gun safety, gun violence. you have barbara comstock strongly supported by the nra, and jennifer wexton pushed forward legislation to enact contls on guns. those two are out after that suburban female vote. it is annterestingistrict. stretches from mclane to wincster. you g from virginia suburbs where people are looking for
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restriction of guns. >> and comstoc is onef the most vulnerable. >> she is, in great part because her district is turning blue.ll y clinton won her district. that's why she has her work cut out forha her. a tremendous reputation for constituent service, but she has lso been criticized for not meeting an open forum more frequently. she did give a boost to her re-election bid over the winter when she became a leading voice on capitol hill o thessue of sexual harassment. that's going to with women voters. >> women ters, big wave of women voters in 2017. >> we are going toalk about it after the break. be right back.
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following a national trend, moreomen than ever running for office in virginia. seven are running for seats in congress and every democratic primary a woman was on the ballot, a woman won the mination. this not only continues a national trend, it conti wave we saw in the general assembly. >> definitely in november saw a wave of women and i was at jennif wexton's victory party, lawmakers were talking about it, it was a mini wave. six of sevenre democratic challenges. saw female democratic challenger do well in november. >> virginia is unique, has off year elections. democrats have statewide elections next year.
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40 seats in the statehouse and sena are up. there was tremendous progress for them. republicans must be weary. >> what do you think? >> womis areg to the top. >> one more quick word, i heard some republican women were polled about hethat,'s a big group of republican in loudoun county, some said this blue wave of womens overblown. they're hoping to rise up and assert some pressure. >> virginia republican party is gearing up quickly to get on top ofhiselection, statewide election, whether or not cory stewart is l tder of virginia party. >> let's cross statelines, talk
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about maryland. the r crowded gubernatorie is less crowded. valerie urban dropped her bid, unable to get her name added to the ballot following the death of running mate. she's throwing support behind baker. tom, she facedn up hill battle trying to get her name added and getting that reprinted. what effect will her dropping out have on theace? >> it is going to be hard to tell. it is important because all the statewide polling shows they're neck and neck. for her to drop out, say she's foan baker effect the vote 1 or 2%. she was polling 5 or 6. it could have impact. just don't know. the last ten days of the election is going to be remarkable as they try to ot
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consolidate. 40% of voters are undecided. >> many might have expected her to endorse ben because he is more progressive. >> she worked with the working families party and she was running that becau she is progressive. he got the endorsement last year of that party. he was very upset when she got on theieutenant governor ticket. they had a tiff. she accused him of trying to keep her out of state politics, he was tryin to protect his endorsement. there's personal animosity, seeing it play o. the race between sherman baker and bernke zealous with other candidates with money and time to get known with voters. >> and as you both know, there's a bill hill to climb to beat larry hilton in november, whoever wins.
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>> the hogan gets 7% approval rating. match him against the democrats, dropped into the 50s. but he is one of the most popular governors. he managed to buffer himself from some of the stuff around president trump. and his people think he has done a good job of he is already putting ads up.s he ready to roll. >> any comparison between what's happening inha virginia ands happening in the state of maryland? >> i have been talking about it. h think b states are very interesting right now for two reasons. in both places you have governors that have really used bipartisanship to move things forward. we a seeing so many terrible things about how nothing works on capitol hill. in virginia and maryland, we're seeing good examples of people working across party lines.
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when you see a governor do that, that elevates popularity. the same token, general assembly, particularly in virginia where republicans narrowly held onto the edge, they were forced to work more closely with democratsnd saw strong bipartisan measures happen in both areas. ire think there comparisons. >> governor hogan put out a second ad this weeknd it is about being bipartisan. everyone talks about it, so do democrats, but it takes effort to work with people that don't want you in office. that's what bipartisan is. >> tom, you are moderating the debate later this morningt 11:30. >> i will have the candidates for democratic forum about all of the issues. some have been running more than a year. it is a remarkable race they try to wrap up and get undecidedvo rs. >> we're calling it the governor
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candidate forum. it airs at 11:30 this morning here on news4. thank you, tom and julie. news4 today continues. goodo see tom sherman back. >> we saw him at the pride festival. he is representing. >> welcome in this sunday morning. 6:31. thank you so much for being here. i am adam tuss. >> i am angie goff. hope all you dads are having at great 's day, especially to dads in studio. >> is that me? >> yes. >> who are these little mch kins. kids.se are the three >> love of your life and nightmares at the same time.
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>> we were steering the ship here, between st. john and saint thomas in the virgin islands. we love the beach. >> that's the life. honestly, they're such a blessing and joy. to be a dad is speciaan you very much. happy father's day wishes to all. >> we talk about how much of a dad you are. >> can i get a massage? >> you can. >> we can talk all day about what adam deserves. lauryn ricketts, what kind of day for dad? >> we t cann it into a pretty nice day. it is a little warm out ther bute have a nice day in store for all of the dadsut there, celebrating father's day or sundun. beautifulse out there this morning. that sun came up 15 minutes m.fore 6:00 we have clouds out there as you
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can see. we're going to c keepuds around through the day and morning. we have a system to the west trying t bring shower activity into the region. we could s some isolated showers, maybe pop up thunderstorm continuing into the afteoon. i am nxpecting a lot. anything we do see will be move right on through i wouldn't cancel outdoor plans. just note, keep a weather e to the sky. you could have an isolated shower or storm. carry that chance through the day. 74 degrees. that's what the temperature is right now. t we hav clouds out there. decreasing cloud cover as we continue. increasing humidity. it will be hot this afternoon. let you know how warm it gets in 15 minutes. appening now. police looking for this missing teenager. his nam c isrlie barton. they say the 17-year-old may be goingen through al health crisis now. he was last seen at 6:00
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saturday morni in annandale. call police if you have any information. this collision sent several to the hospital in montgomcoy unty. you can see a couple of cars that were flipped over completely upside down. it is dark here. you can see it there on the hood. many of them the front es were smashed in. fire officials say four vehicles were invold in this crash. h pened near avery road in derwood. seven people were taken to the hospital. and following a developing fstory out new york. 20 new york city firefighters were hurt battling a house on staten island. four of those firefighters were seriously hurt, but the rest of the injuries are minor. the fire started at 7:00 last onet, spread to at least other house you can see. no civilians were hurt.to fire investiga are trying to started that t
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blaze. this photo wasgoweeted by momery fire department. they also put out video. maintenance shed and tract caught fire in this. the cause appears to be accidental. damage estimated to be about $150,000. passengers on a tour bus found themselves in the hot seat literally. look at this video sent by a viewer. bus catching fire there. you see the flames shooting out of the roof, happened yesterday shortly after noon. it was carrying a tour group from georgia when it caught fire on 295 northbound. incidents hurt in this luckily. looking to the race for governor's mansion. early voting started in maryland. later this morning, voters get a chance to see the six leading democratic candidates for governor square off here on nb. they want chance to take on
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the republican governor larry hogan. it is final televised before the primary. c4 and telemundo 24 host and tom sherwood to moderate. that's aft "meet the press" here on nbc4. a cleveland park neighborhood library getting a new look. check out the sparkling renovations on connecticut avenue. it is the 18th neighborhood library renovated or rebuiltn the last decade in d.c. mayor bowser says libraries are a powerful way to build communities. >> our municipal, our government facilities play a part in bringing people together, getting them away from electronics, getting them away from being in their own homes. >> cleveland par library renovation cost about 20 million bucks. more branch renovations under way. the central library downtown set to reopen in 2020. this morning, police in
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frederick, maryland looking for th teenagers who egged about 30 cars. left behind.k at the mess the it happened friday in a community. after collecting evidence, they traced suspects to this walmart. surveillance cameras capture the suspects as they walked in at 1:00 in the morning. they were driving a newer model blue or gray kia optima. communities are celebrating juneteenth. >> toda the last slaves were freed in 1865. people paid homage to thele struo create a culture and community even while surviving a stem of human bondage. washington capitals clinched
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the cup, but already there's speculation of what the nextn preseachedule will look like. can't wait. looks like they play seven preseason games starting with the bruins. the nhl will release the regular season schedule thursday. while we are on the subject, take a look at this. capitals outsider.com turning memorablebloments into b heads. sadly they're not for sale. remember this one. he is drinking a beer through the shirt. >> i saw that life. >> h t didt at the caps parade tuesday. and how about the save in game two against the golden knights. that propelled them through the rest of the finals. >> they make cases for bobble heads, you can make it to hold
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the team if you choose to do that. unfortunately like you mention, they're not selling them. >> not yet. >> but they're in demand. 6:39. let's take a live look outside as we head into this father'sy. the sun is up. bright, beautiful sky. ll showers roll in later? we check in with l au
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lamont: my kids are in public schools. i always wanted the schools to perform at a particular level. i'm very satisfied with what we have. vo: mayor muriel bowser has accelerated education reforms that have improved our schools. she's made our teachers the best pd and the most accountable in the country. and parents ar fstaying in the distri our schools. but her work isn't done. now's the time for bols to continue making progress.
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lamont: i'm voting for mayor bowser because she's moving in the right direction and that's we need and our kids are thriving as result of that. two kids barfed in class today. it was so gross.
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lysol disinfectant spray kills 99.9% of bacteria, even those that cause stomach bugs. one more way you've got what it takes to protect. sochl tme of the images are to wch. all par of the new border faer enforcement policy. chuck todd jns us. >> we have been seeing this week, and the issue is gaining steam. the president is p nting blame at the democrats for the whole thing. how do you feel it is shaking out? i think that this is a
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question of morality. you can look at ithi through sort of lens of juscystraight powhat the white house is trying to do. if you talk to people, the president is making something up, you talk to white house staffers, the say they're reluctantly trying to deter. this is zero tolerance, they have to do it this wayou ife going to discourage. but it is morally questionable if noto reprehensible t many people that we are separating kids. that could be changed withph e call as lindsey graham said. the attorney neral is interpreting, and it could be changed tomorrow if they wanto do it. the argument against it, it is that much harder, folks are able to stay in the count a. itears the strategy is to try to use the kids aseverage to get new legislation.
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politically questionable. >> another interview that you haven the show, you speak with another congressman that los his primary, one who has been very critical of president rrump, mark sanford. covered as gover of south carolina for quite a bit. what did he say about why a republican not coming out. >> he said theyan don't the tweets he got. this was a warning. let's beha careful mark sanford did or didn't do. he supported, he voted with president trump on policy 85% of the time. his sin is t thats is not a good place to be if you're intentionally misleading the
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public. i want folks to watch this interview. he invokessis own probl when he says i lived a he is really upset there are no consequences for the president continuing misleading, and it is something that is troubling him. he admits publicly questioning it is why he is no longer -- >> and this doesn'tea be critical. he hasn't changed reality or his view. none of that. it is specifically and only having to do, he was pushing the president on his behavior. >> want tosk about tim russert, ten years this week. he was obviously a mentor to you. what memories dyou have? >> we, look, i mean, i think
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about this week hitting ten ye s, all i thought about was that whirlwind 48 hours. feels like y.yester and feels like you can't believe it has been ten years.ti at the sam, i just want to -- you know, i know the first thing he would g say is off twitter. first piece of advice he would may t all of us, get off twitter. e that's the best way to leave it this morning. >> all right. thanks for stopping by. good show coming up. reminder, "meet the press" every sunday at 10:30, here after news4 today. we'll all be tuning in for that. thank you very much the stage is set for virginia's senate race.
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it might bring flashbacks of the 2016 contest. >> trump support won the nomination to challenge incumbent senator formercl hilly ton running mate tim kaine. jul julie carey reports on the match and strategy. >> reporter: cory stewart's victory party,hi the time he sought statewide office. first time he won the chance to run, making the interview around, he spot lighted his presidential tweet congratulating him, now he runs against a total stiff, tim kaine, who is weak on crime and borders and wants to raise your taxes through the roof. >> i have a supportive president. we're going to have him come tow virginiacome him down there. >> reporter:enor kaine saying the president lost virginia while clinton, kaine won the commonwealth. >> the president doesn't know
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anything about virginia clearly. showed that in 2016 and the tweet shows the same thing. >> reporter: he is repeating a pledge whennc he ld a bid that he will wage a vicious, ruthless campaign. >> i am going to run a btal race to get out the brutal facts and brutal trr:h. >> reporhat strategy on display tuesday as reporters started t anti-hillary clinton lock her up chant and he responded. >> that might just happen, by the way. >> reporter: kaine says vicious and ruthless, not what virginians want to see. >> that's n going to help the country do well. i think virginia will stick with an upbeat problem solver that goes tve work e day listening to concerns of rvirginians. orter: his focus, the economy, welfare, education. innovation, economics guy. he is health care, take it away from million >> reporter: including tough treatment of illegal immigrants,
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someating his repn was built on. while he will praise the president, he will also talk a lot about hillary clinton. >> it will be the anchor around tim kaine's neck hillary clinton will be absolutely stuck to the campaign. >> even sene republican leaders are not betting on stewart. we'll s what happens. we will follow it. time is 6:4'49". let's check the forecast. lauryn is here. >> happy father'say >> thank you. going to take a nap later ttay. that's w like to do. i like to have an hour to close my eyes. how abouthat. that's it. >> it will be hot. >> sweaty weather out there. >> robert was thinking about taking the kids golfing, i said you better d it early.
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>> somebody asked when to do tee time. somebody said 11:00, i said if you can't get anythingearly, don't wait until afternoon. it will be warmth aft anoon. anytimer lunchtime, that's when you feel the humidity feel the heat. that humidity is on the rise. a lot more than yesterday. yestday was absolutely gorgeous. comfortable. we had a little breeze. plenty of sunshine. and i believe we have mords clhis morning. but more sunshine as we continue into the afternoon. it is a beautiful view already. we also have a chance of an isolated shower or passing storm. i'm going toeep the chance throughout the day. widen out the radar. you can seeit ae disturbance through west virginia. a lot of moisture stopped at the appalachian mountains and running into dryer, stable air. we are calling for isolated chance of shower or passing storm as we continue through the day. not everybody will s it.
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20% chance you'll see it where you are. anything w see develop will move through rather quickly, not going to stick around. just some isolated chances out there. temperatures are mild. 0sin the and 70s already. we're going to continue to take that into the 90sod. low to mid 90s for daytime highs, but it is humid by the afternoon. weekend outlook headed to church services, extra hair spray, it is muggy. branch and barbeque, hot with a passing shower. eye on the sky. pool.t day to jump in the again, temperature in the mid 90s with heat index 90 degrees. isolated chance of a passing storm. weather alert for monday andes y. today, use caution outside. remember to hydte. nonalcoholic. water is the best way to go at that. monday and esday, dangerous heat headed our way because the heat index is around 105 as we get to monday and tuesday.
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>> he's always there for me, lnd es to be around me, i love to be around him. >> he loves me as much as i love him. >> when he comes, the fun starts happen. >> he is really funny and always tells me jokes that crack me up. >> he teaches me things that i never knew bore. >> like to garden with my dad. >> my favorite thing to do with my dad is watch movies. >> we cook brownies and cookies. >> i like to watch golf with my grandfather. >> we go riding horses. >>s one that spe time with you, they care about you. and they love you. >> tries to make sure you're always happy. >> they know how to bring you
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up. >> he shows you different good things. >> a good grandpa is caring and considerate. >> happy father's day! >> lester and his kids. >> happy father's day. make the pancakes, sing with the kids,ance with em, take them to the pool. all that stuff. much more ahe. much more ahe. back witadh
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later on. >> we want to check in with lauryn ricketts. we'll see sunshine out there, but it will be hot. >> it is a little on the warm side. really hot. by afternoon, humidity is building. you wk outside now, you feel the humidity more already than you did yesterday at this time. everything is so green and beautiful. we had a beautiful sunrise this morning. we have cloud cover out there. from cloud debris left this system trying to scoot into the region. could have an ilated shower today. this system is weakening as it enters the area. a few sprinkles this morning, pop up shower thisafternoon. it will be highly isolated. t low mid 70s across the board. we ontinue through the day, take that temperature into the 90s. you add on the humidity, it wilo feelr to 100 degrees this afternoon. we have weather alert days for tomorrow and tuesday. maybe a few,torms.
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reale are talking about the heat. talk about that on the ten day forest in 15 minutes. 7:02. happenin now. police looking for this missing teenager, charl barton. they say the 17-year-old may be going through a mental health crisis. morning. 6:00 saturday he may have been in the area of the alexandria section aroerd noon yestday. new this morning, check it out. this collision sent seral people to the hospital lastgh t. you can see a couple of cars hempletely flipped upside down. the front end smasin. fire officials say four vehicles ntre involved in an accide last night in derwood. seven had to be taken to the hospital. president trump in a tweet
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says separatmigrant children from families is he u.s., mexico border is the democrats' fault. .rotests on the issue continue across the count department of homeland security says in six-week period, nearly 2,000 kids have been taken from parents and held in government shters. trump administration hop to change the criteria to gain asylum into thunited states. they're hoping splitting up families when they arrive will deter others from coming. ifny across the aisle disagree. >> he could stop ie wanted to. all he has to do is pick up the phone, say stop taking babies thom their mothers. that's entirely wi the power of the president of the united states. >> department of justice will not stand idly by while our laws are defied and undermined. >> they plan to add 1600 more beds at facilities near the border to accommodate all of tet minors beingained.
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>> meet the press moderaucr todd will join us later to talk about the policy and what else is on the show later on nbc4. the candidates for governoa square off inal televised forum before the june 26 primary, it was hosted by nbc4 and telemundo 24 and monitored by tom sherwood. immigration was front and center with candidates talking about vowing to help. >> too many immigrant children waking up to see if a parent is there. >> we're not going to work with i.c.e. why? too many families are afraid to send children to school. >> i.c.e. officers are bullies. dey're thugs. ald trump said, let off the leash.
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think of the imagef that, let off the leash. the only way to stand up to bullies is you have to fight them. >> you can watch the e foruwith the democratic candidates in the race for governor of maryland. it airs here on news4 later this morning at 11:30 after "meet the press." > tuesday. d.c. voters decide on the issue of tips, minimum wage. they can be paid 3.33 an hour. goes up to $5 in 20 to. -- in 2020. if this passes, tipped employees earn $15 by 2025 darcy spencer talked with workers and diners ahead of the big vote. >> reporter: it is a beautiful saturday night at the wharf in d.c. thousand bars and restaurants, enjoying the waterfront. d.c. residents have the chan to change how waiters, waes and other workers are paid. it would boost tipped worker pay
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to $15 an hour by 2025. many we spoke to support the pay hike. >> i think it would help a lot of people as far as being able to make a living wage. >> reporter: but the initiative created controversy. some restaurant owners sayin having to pay workers so much more could hours or close.duce save our tips is urging voters to say no.th restaurant worker that depends on tips says he supports the initiative. >> it would help a lot, but if people would do minimum wage, i would support that, yeah, to get higher paying. >> reporter: some are concerned raising base pay means customers won't tip or at least not as much. w many customersspoke to say they would still tip. odit is about rewarding go service. >> make up your mind to go out and eat, you have to back it up if you want it.
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-- back it up with your wallet. that's the personal thing. i don't think it would be effected by how much somebody is making at the back end >> reporter: some residents have not yet decided how they're going to vote but they have a couple of days to decide. the vote is on tuesday. southwest washington, darcy spencer, news4 today. a we continue to follo developing story in new york. 20 new york city firefighters were hurt battling a house fire on staten island. four of the firefighters were seriously hurt, the otinrs are minories. the fire started around 7:00 last night, spread to at least one otr house. no civilians were hurt. fire investigators are trying to figure out how the fe started. 7:07 local radio world mourning the loss of a legend. if you grew upng liste to radio, chances are you remember the morning team of harden and weav wmal. we are told frank harding died friday at home in chevy chase.
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he a his broadcast partner hosted the popular morning show from 1960 until weaver died in 1992. harden retired in '97fter celebrating his 50th anniverhery at station. was he 95 years old. and at 19, this woman answered the cal to serve her country. now at 96 she takeslight again. what a great story here, a little different this tim around. around. see more of her amazing flight
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action. >> reporter: at 96, she goes just about everywhere with her walker. but today isn't about walking, nit is about flying one of these, restored 1940 boeing seer man. cockpit. private first class campbell is a world war ii veteran, her country at the age of 19. got the mailo out to the soldiers. >> i was i the women's army corp, and we flew different places. >> reporter: she's part of the first group of african-american women in that service. >> i told them, you were too young, and we -- if they were wrong, i told them. >> rorter: we met her maryland airport for what's called a dream flight. >> that airplane lookar fami
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>> reporter: spring hills, moupt vernon assted livingnd aviation dreams are getting the veteran back in the plane for a ride through the skies. >> the ageless aviation dreamso foundaave given 3,000 flights for pilots and volunteers, it is an opportunity to give backri and some joy and excitement to the veterans that have given so much to us. >> repter: with a little help, she was ready to go. the engine was started.or and bef we knew it, she was up and back. if a picture is worth a thousand words. how are youmi feeling? s campbell i worth 1001. >> i made it.
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don't kiss the ground, looks bad for the pilot. >> i enjoyed it. >> glad you could come out day. >> i wou like to go up in one of those planes. very cool. a live look outside. everybody, it is 74 degrees at 7:13. it be a hot and muggy father's day. lauryn is back with lk at the forecast after the break. local business man spent mars raisingey for charity, but his latest cause is close to his heart. our own david culvert brings more on the illness slowing this more on the illness slowing this man down andhi.
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welcome back. he spent much of his ceer using business successes to help others. >> the man whose name sits on a well known alexandria car dealership is physically slowing down becau of parkinson's disease. >> all at the same time, jack taylor is accelerating efforts to raise money for a cure. here is david culver. >> reporter: as dozens of jack taylor's employees focus on getting customers on the road, the company namesake rolls through on four wheels.
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that's the boss jack, checking in like a friendly neighbor, often joking with his team. >> hi, everybody, work harder. >> reporter: from the start, he has grown the company to more than 200 employees. no question, he is competitive. but he says you don't have to be mean to be successful. >> i think the oy way to successful in business is to be nice. >> reporter: his s nicenessws in his gimmicks. he raised tens of millions for worthy causes. the one he is most committed to now, finding a cure for parkinson's disease. >> when you were told you have parkinson's. >> nah. i don't have that. you guys are crazy. i was in complete denial. >> reporter: in the past seven ears, his walking slowed, his saliva glands work overtime, makes talking a challenge. >> hard to button a shirt. stuff you take for granted. >> reporter: despite increasing
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physical litations, his competitive spirit has jack raising more money than ever. michael j. fox foundation for parkinson's research recognized him for all o the funds he raised. >> they raised over $650,000 for team fox, which is the foundation for t community fund-raising program. still havinghe fun, middle of a workday, it is not unusual to see this. jack calling for a game of corn hole. work should not replace living your life, and success is best shared with those aund you. that may be his greatest win. in alexandria, david culver, news4. >> love it. can we get a corn hole thing in here, basketball hoop? we neveret anything like that. >> great effort. it is not easy dealing with an illness we all know or helping a
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family member, and for the fact that he is spearheading this effort and getting all of that support. >> very cool. a lot of dads want to get outside. throw some corn hole around. >> might be a movie day. go to an air conditioned theater. >> it is warm. >> 100 degrees. >> mid 90s. yeah. might as well. once you get t mid 90s. yeah. with the humidity, and it is building out there now. >> what's that? >> rocaholic. that'saholic. that's like glue. >> people will need that today. >> you will need that. ladies, it is so humid out there. frizz central across the region, not only today but beginning of the work week. the humidity is sticking with us all week. temperatures drop by wednesday. building humidity todan. again very hot today all the
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way through tuesday. c rainnces increase for the day tuesday as a frontal system moves through the area. temperatures in the 80s by wednesday andhursday. still humid. temperatures are in the 70s 'sn. lready warm. we start this morning warm. great day to head to the pool. find somebody that has a pool, call them. temperatures are in the low to mid 90s today. by 2:00, heat index is up towards 100 degrees. again, an isolated shower is possible out there today, but mainly we're dry, 20% chance to see it. mid 90s today.he index is around 100 degrees. if you have yard work, make sure you have sunscre on. it will be sticky out there. brunch with dad, becoming humid through the day. if you want toid get ou do it earlier. golf, go earlier than later. some people can deal with heat and humidity this afternoon, but this is the first time in a gile we have had temperatures that areng to be this warm since last year.
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there might be a shock to the system. we only have a sght chance of a shower or passing storm. you can see a lot of this is dying out ast crosses the appalachian mountains. maybe a sprinkle or isolated storm as we continue through the day. only 20% chance to see it there. we also get sunshine out there today. keep an eye to the sky. good time toha download nbc walk app. small chance today and tuestey, but b chances of rain return wednesday and thursday next week. for the heat forecast, that temperature imid to upper 90s for today, monday, tuesday. by mondaynd tuesday, heat index is around 105. warmer than today. t tomorrowperatures are in the mid 90s. heat index is around 105. you start tomorrow morning, feel like factor is in the upper 80s by tomorrow afternoon, anywhere from 100 to 105. by 10:00, still feels like the
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johnson, a first time nonviolent drug offender. anyone can run for office. >> heard the rock name thrown around. >> nobody thought jessie ventura would get it. you break it you bought it. some parents in kansas livingpr f of that. >> they have to hand over $132,000 after their child knocked over a pricey sculpture. the family at this community center when it happened. boom. our worstma nig. one of the kids, they were hugging that glass sculpture, and the child and artwork tumbled to the ground. the sculpture shattered into pieces. now the insurance company wants the couple to pay up. they say it could happen to anyone, this is what the couple is saying, the display was never
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secured. >> toppled over easily. >> it did. >> $132,000ucks. >> that's a lot of money. time is 7:27. we're getting a lot of sunshine day, but it iss also going to be pretty arm. lauryn has a check please keep your shoes on!
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just about 30 on this sunday morning. it is father's day. happy father's day to all of the dads out there. thank you for joining us, i am adam tuss. >> i am angie goff. we hope you're enjoying the weekend to the dads in the studio and dads behind the scenes. like any good dad, we want you to show off your kids. you should tweet us your obpictures. >>t gets all of the praise in the world for the stuff he does. >> such a champ. that was my husband, that was our halloween get up.he i was m goose, i was pregnant. he found out that day he was going to be -- there's my father. there's wren and all of his grandchildren. that's him back in the day. my dad and mother in kor >> these are my little guys. the three of them are such a to have around and they keep me
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busy. t they're absolutely amazing. we're steering the ship there. she has her hand on the steering wheel. and we obviously love the beach. they're such great kids. e thank you toryone for father's day wishes. a lot of wishes on twitter anda k you to everybody out there. happy fatr's day to all of the dads. we want to know about the weather. we are grilling, hitting the pool and the links. al of tha going on. >> all of that going on and more. happy father day to you, adam. it will be a great day. it will be a little on the warm side today. you can see it is a beautiful morning. it was a beautifulunrise earlier. a few sprinkles, trying to make it over the mountains into the shenandoah valley, having a ugh time getti into the area. we're going to say an isolated chance of a sprinkle, popup thunderstorm as we continue into the afternoon. you can see a lot if it
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weakening as it heads over the appalachian mountains andento henandoah valley. again, we keep that chance throughout the day. 74s the temperature now. we'll stay in the mid 70s through the early morning. but we are going to top out in the mid 90s. before noon, we're inow to mid-80s. the humidity is creeping, cloud are decreasing. a chance for a popup shower or thunderstorm as we continueth throug day. dangerous heat headed our way not onlyor today but tw and tuesday. we talk about how warm it gets as you head back to work, all coming up about 7:48. >> thank you very much, lauryn. happening in fairfax unty, police are looking for this missing teenager named charlie barton. they say the 17-year-old may be going through a mental health cr he was last seen at 6:00 saturday morning in annandale.
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this sen p severalple to the hospital. flipped over, upside down. many of them fro end smashed in. fire officials say fouricles were involved near avery road in derwood. seven people had to go to the hospital. and following a develoofng story ouew york. 20 new york city firefighters were hurt battling a house fire on staten island. four of those firefighters were inriously hurt, but the rest of the injuries are. the fire started at 7:00 last night, spread to at least one other house you can see. no civilians were hurt. fire investigators are trying to figure out what started that blaze. propane tank in gaithersburg,on mtgomery fire department tweeted pictures of them putting it out. maintenance shed and tractor tought fire in this. the cause appear be
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accidental. damage estimated to be about $150,000. passengers on a tour bus found themselves in the hot seat literally. look at this video sent by a viewer. bus catching fire there. you see the fles shooting out of the roof, happened yesterday shortly after noon. it was carrying a to group from georgia when it caught fire on 295 northbound. no one was hurt in this incident lucky. looking to the race for governor's mansion. early voting started in maryland. later this morning, voters get a chance to see the six leadg democratic candidates for governor square off here on nbc4. they want a chance to take on the republican governor larry hogan. it is the final televised forum before the primary. nbc4 and telemundo 24 host and tom sherwood to moderate. that's after "meet the press" here on nbc4. a cleveland park neighborhood library getting a new lo.
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check out the sparkling renovations on connecticav ue. it is the 18th neighborhood library renovated or ruilt in e last decade in d.c. mayor bowser says libraries are a powerful way to build communities. >> our municipal, our government facilities play a part in bringing people together, getting them away from electronics, getting them away m eing in their own homes. >> cleveland park library renovation cost buout 20 million s. more branch renovations under y y. the central librwntown set to reopen in 2020. this morning, police in an frederick, marlooking for three teenagers who egged about 30 cars. here's a look at the mess they left behind. it happened friday in a community. after collecting evidence, they traced spects to this walmart. surveillance cameras capture the suspects as th walked in at
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1:00 in the morning. they were driving a newer model blue or gray kia optima. communities are celebrating juneteenth. >> it is the day the last slaves were freed in 1865. people paid homage to the struggle to create a culture and community even while surviving a system of human bonde. a race with a view. lots of folks on the po ak for the dragon boat festival. they organized the two day festival. cool to see.. washington capitals clinched the cup, but already there's speculation of what the next
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preseason schedule will look like. can't wa. looks like they play seven preseason games starting with the bruins. the nhl will release the regular season schedule thursday. while we are on the subject, take a look at this. capitalsoutsider.com turning memorable moments into bobble heads.th sadl're not for sale. remember this one. he is drinking a beer through the shirt. and how about the save in game two against the golden knights.t that propellm through the rest of the finals. >> they make cases for bobble
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heads, you can make it to hold the team if you choose to do that. unfortunately like you mention, they're not selling them. >> n yet. >> but they're in demand. >> perfectly done. shelters are filling u with cats. sheena parveen looks at animals sheena parveen looks at animals up for adoption
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you know everything there is to know about cats. talk about why june is national adopt a shelter cat month. why june? >> this is the time that shelters across the united cats. are filled with right now cats are out and about outside, looking for love, having kittens, and they're all coming into the shelter now. and we're full. we want to encourage people to cat and adopt a shelter this month. >> we have two locations. how many cats are available now at the locations. >> almost 80 cats looking for homes, ready to go. >> people come in and want to adopt a cat. i have seen indoor and outdoor. we talked about what to do to cat proof the home. what do you do about whether you want indoor or outdoor. >> you should keep cats indoors. they hav a longer life span. talking 18, 20 years compared to outdoor cat that might live five to seven years. there's diseases out there, cats
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can get. this cat says hello. cats can hurt other cats, they're very territorial. they'll fight forheir space. cars, get hit by cars. sometimes peopl can maybe not be so nice. hosing them with water. don't want them hurt or scared. best to keep them indoors where they're safe. >>o obviously trying not to do the outdoor cat thing, but if you do adopt things, some things to cat proof.u yont a scratching post. they can easily learn to use a litter box? >> definitely. it is all about location for a lot of these things, where is the vercal space. it has to be in social areas. for litterboxes, private, not hidden, but private. >> we're talking about hot temperatures coming up. animalsge in ral, specialty cats or any pet you may have,
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what would you say with the heat going on, what should you not do? >> don't want a cat or dog outside with no shelter. they need shade. they often need cold waternd food. and ice into a water bowl and that will e help. keep a on them. if you see signs of distress, panting, hyp salivation. >> nev leave pets in a hot car. it will be hot here starting father's day.et hopefully a lot of these cats adopted because there are lenty. >> thayou, sheena. so sweet. look so cute. >> snooty. >> they are not. don't be a cat snob. 7:43. you want to prepare forot a sunday and hotter start to the work week. lauryn ricketts has all of the lauryn ricketts has all of the details when news4 today
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(birds chirping, a running brook,) lauryn ricketts has all of the details when news4 today ahh. the new deer park sparkling is made with real spring water. ♪ it's so refreshing and delicious, you don't need slo-mo models to sell it. real spring water, real fruit flavors and refreshing bubbles. just what's refreshingly real.
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we are following breaking news right now out of new jersey. at least 20 people hurt when gunfire brokeut. this is at an art festival in trenton. theefhooting startede 3:00 this morning. witnesses say everyone started running when the shooting started. 16 people were ngshot, inclu a 13-year-old boy. police say the shooter is dead but one other suspect is in custody and they found several
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weapons. >> stay on top of that for sure asor ition comes out. the stage is set for the virginia senate race. it may bring flashbacks of the 2016 contest. >> corey stewart won the nomination to challenge former hillarclinton running mate tim kaine. >> thank you,rg viia. >> reporter: corey stewart's victory party is the third time the board chairman sought statewide office. irst time he won the chance to run. making the interview rounds, he talked about the presidential congratulating him, now he runs against a total stiff, tim kaine, who is weak on crime and borders and wants to raise your taxes through the roof. >> i have a supportive president. we're going to have him come to down nia, welcome hi there. >> reporter: senator kaine
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saying the president lost virginia while clinton, kaine won the commonweal >> the president doesn't know 6 ything about virginia clearly. showed that in 201d the tweet shows the same thing. >> reporter: he is repeating a pledge when he launched a bid that he will wage a vicious, ruthless campaign. i m going to run a brutal race to get out the brutal facts and brutal truth. >> reporter: that strategy on display tuesday as reporters started the anti-hillary clinton lock her up chant and he responded. >> tha the way.st happen, by >> reporter: kaineays vicious and ruthless, not what g rginians want to see. >> that's not go help the country do well. i think virginia will stick with an upbeat problem solver that goes to work every day listening to concerns of virginians. >> reporter: his focus, the
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economy, healthcare, education. >> innovation, economics guy. he is healthare, take it away from millions. >> reporter: including tough treatment of illegal immigrants, something his reputation was built on. while he will praise the president, he will also talk a lot about hillary clinton. >> it will be the anchor around tim kaine's neck. hillary clinton will be absolutelytuck to the campaign. tt even senate republican leaders are not g on stewart. we'll see what happens. we will follow it. 7:49. father's day. i don't like golf. on a day like today, i would despise it. it will be humid and the club would slip right out of my hand. he beginning ike of what's a trend for the work week.
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>> the huchmidity is sticking around. husband playing golf with the kids? >> that's whao he wants do, that was the plan, they'll have to hydrate. >> plenty o i water out and about. get into some shade. more sunshine i coming our way. that's going to heat us up more. you don't need me toou tell that once you're in the sun, it is getting hot. spend time in t shade. it will be hotter than what you expect because we haven had these temperatures for a longme again, little shock to the system. temperatures in the 70s now. building humidity as well. talking about golf. here's the tee time forecast. tee off 9:00 a.m. earlier the better. humidity is building through the morning. look at this.af by rnoon, 1:00, we have temperatures in the low 90s with a heat index in the mid 90s. it will be rather warm out there. weekend outlook, church services, we look at muggy, warm conditions. brunch and barbeque not too bad.
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maybe a passing shower. for pool time, looking at a 20% chance ofeeg showers and thunderstorms. grab sunscreen, download that nbc washington app. it is a small chance for a shower or thunderstorm passing through. we carry a chance through the day. mid 90s for daytime highs. feeling closer to 100 degrees by this afternoon. 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, close to 100 degrees. that humidity is building. we also have a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm. wden out the v a bit. you can see this disturbance trying to make it over the appalachian mountains but weakening as it moves east. possibly a passing shower through the day. we'll get sunshine. maybe a popup thuhierstorm. an you do see is short-lived and moving out of here quickly. we have rain chances today. anothe rain chance tuesday. better chances of rain storms
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come wednesday and thursday. more scatted in nature wednesday and thursday as a frontal system moves through the area. look at tomorrow. you gets ready for the bus stop,f you're headed to work, patch of fog. temperatures in the mid 70s. heatnndex is already the low 80s. by cess, very hot. temperatures move up tomorrow. 96 deges will be the daytime high with the heat index around 105. not only sunny but on the sticky side. 10:00 a.m., h this is thet index. almost to 90 degrees. by the time u head homerom work, feels like 100 to 105. still feeling from low 80s to low 90s. the heat is coming our way. that's why we are weather alert. dangerous heat with a heat index up over 100 degrees. will have a chance for showers and storms tuesday. betteray chances wedne and
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thursday. temperatures in the 80s on wednesday and thursday. frontal system moves through the area. you can see temperatures don't drop too much wednesday and thursday. by friday, we stay in the 80s, we are dry. humidity is sticking around with us through the work week and into the weekend. next sunday also a chance for showers and thunderstorms. more news right more news right af
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police workingin to 17-year-old charlie barton. we're told he may be going through a mental healths. crisi e was last seen saturday morning. this collision sent several to the hospital in montgomery county. fire f officials sayour vehicles involved in an aident last night near avery inderwood. seven people had to go to the hospital. "meet the press" up next. kellyanne conway will speak with chuck on another wild week the white house. and watch the forum with democratic knlds in -- candidat this morneg. peoant to know how it is outside. we have things to do. >> i'm like tell med a w in
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spanish. working with our partners at atlemundo. tempes out there are moving into the mid 90s. we have an isolated chance of a shower. tomorrow, weather alert, and tuseday. today c to 100 degrees. monday and tuesday feel like 105. all right. we're backt 9:00 with more weather and more father's day stf and news and politics. don't forget, we're on facebook live. if you have questions for lauryn, shoot theover. lauryn, shoot theover. m thefor montgomery county endorsavexecutive. "the best chance of injecting a dose of vitality into a county that badly needs it."
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this is complete denuclearization. >> the worst fbi director in history by far. snoelts ♪ welcome to "sunday today" on june 17th. i am willie geist. happy father's day to all o you dads, especially to you, dad. we are waking up to an increasingly heated battle over ae fate of children separated from parents they attempt to enter the united states at the southern border. overnight, more detention tents were built to detain the growing number of

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