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parveen, tell us what's going on? >> we can use the rain, as much as it's hard to believe, after the rain we had in may and june, we've been bone-dry. >> i've seen af lot grass dying. >> it doesn't die, just goes r dorment. not much of a rain chance between now and monday of next week. below 90egrees today and tomorrow. 88 degrees, the forecast fda and tomorrow afternoon. there's more rain forecast for today. a ho humid weather on sunday for sure. stor team 4radar. if there's going to be a rain shower, it will be on i-95. you have the best chance of getting a rain shower in the afternoon. starting off with temperatures in the60s, to around 70, 73 in
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arlington, 6 68 in dullein maryland. a look at the gdening forecast coming up. right now, let's go over and tfind out about commute. >> looking good, inner loop and ou loop. 28 nthbound. the chopper 4 showing us the top ofhe beltway. all lanes of loughboro, with a downed degree. no word on when g that isng to be moved. pretty frustrating for people that use that route in the morning. overall we have no big issues into or out of town. >> thank you, melissa.> amtrak train service is back to normal following a deadly crash.
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>> one person was killed in prince georges county. a lo at the video of chopper 4. an acela train and amtrak had to transfer passengers on to another train. it delayed mark service in the area. we're learning why the victim s on the track. this morning, a local man is this morning the clifton communit of a bright 17-year-old. conner mcgowan died following that crash on tuesday. this jeep left the roadway, hitting the tree in clifton. eeding was a factor. yesterday, his friends gathered at robinson secondary school. they are trying to console and asmfort each other. they remembered hi good lacrosse player and even better friend. >> he was one of my good friends school. we would do homework together. right now, i can't really comprehend it. i can't believe he's gone.
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>> the other two teens inside the r attend robinson secondary school.ha one s been released from the hospital. the other is still there with serious injuries. it's been nearly five months since a gunman murdered 17 people at marjory stoneman high school. and now, they're looking to keep students safe in the classroom. >> now, school leaders are readc to put throunges of his own. >> justin finch is there with what might happen to what are the changes that they're considering? >> reporter: after parkland, there was talk about adding more police officers at schools across the country. wever, in this case, in fairfax county, that's something they're not lookingng at d just yet. they're looking at other ways to
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security. and the schools have recommendations that we can show you now. they're talking about hiring more staff.g include crisis plans, also, replacing outdated oo claslocks. they're talkingut a keeping doors closed and locked throughout the school day. and they're discussing about hiring 18 more mental health support staff. that would raise the number of mental health suort staff in middle schools and elementary the meeting isuled for tonight at 5:30 p.m. here. and there will be public commentary, as well. we'll tell you that mere cameras anl detectors are being considered but not recommended at this time.
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the same goes for the n gnatometers that could scr people. that's being looked at but not on the list tonight. the public has a chance to speak tonight. the recommendations can change going forward. however, a final vote on the eprocedures will t place on july 26th, by the school board. angie, chris, back into you. >> a lot of parents with a close eye on what the board decides. an emergency session now at the nato summit, following president trump's demand over defense spending. british prime minister theresa may says there's no stronger alliance than between the u.s. . thousands of protesters are expected t greet him when he
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arrives. we're going to have more of that meetg and his meeting with russian president vladimir putin coming up. new details about an attempted security breach at the white house. he was telling the secret service he would be back. rs tried to enter a white house gate for staff mem this happened at 4:00 in the morning on tuesday. he was carrying a bible and had a small dog with him. he expressed his desire to meet with potus. when they denied him entry, he said, i'll just keep trying. he wasrrested for unlawful entry. it's unclear what happened to the dog. now, to the latest twist of brett kavanaugh. he developed a paper trail. and now, "the new york times" reports that rod rosenstein is asking for help. he wants the u.s. attorneys to provide federal prosecutors to review kavanaugh's record.y it's higusual and
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inapprriate to ask career prosecutors to help vet sueme court nominees. kal,naugh was on capitol hil meeting with republican members of the senate judiciar committee. no date has been set for his confirmation hearing. stormy dam daniels just bonded out of jail after being arrested in columbus last night. we have the video of her being booked at the franklin county jail. her lawyer says she was arrested for allowing a custo to touch her in a nonsexual manner. he said, this was a setup. he said, this was politically motivated and we'll fighall
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charges. this is a look io the boys' hospital room. the parents are kept behind glass to prevent infection. all 12 are in relatively goosi on, thanks to their coach, the last person out of the cave and in the worst health. the head of one of the largest pizza campaigns has stepped down after usingal a ralur on a conference call. john schnatter resigned last night. he used the "n" word on a call.
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the report of his language and apologized. right now, if you park in a metro garage but you don't ride a metro train, you're paying a ngnrider parking fee. the board is loot extending a saturday price hike, as well. the worst the traffic, the higher the tolls. a new proposal, with toll drivers going in either direction, during both rush hours. drivers we talked with, they don't like it. >> absolutely not. period, paragraph.p- >> it's a f. in my mind, that's a rip-off. >> there's evidence that the n tolls are speeding up your drive on 66. virginia's department of transportation said that rush ho ur drivers are moving faster en byiles per hour per hour. >> an elderly woman was pulled out of her car and beaten just minutes after an accident. sh had just run into a 10-year-old girl in lexingtonpa
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, maryland. the family allegedly attacked her. linda was trying to pass an icen cream truck he hit the little girl. she is 72 years old. the girl's relatives swarmed her car and pulled her out and beat deputies are investigating. but we know glazer and the girl had to be taken to the hospital. we have details this morning on a deadly explosion. we have learned the volunteer firefighter who died in this natural gas explosion in the subu of madison, wisconsin, was a father to twin toddlers. now, his wife wears his wedding band around her neck >> i feel it's not real that shs isat the firestation or at the bar. and he'll be home tonight or in the morning and i'll get another hug or another kiss. >> this blast, it happened around dinner time tuesday night
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in sun prairie, wisconsin. a contract gas main, sending the gas spewing through lines in the ground. only 1 of the other 14 people were hurt, who were hurt, is still in theospital. scott walker saying that firefighter cory barr was a hero. >> certainly was. today, the metro board is voting on some controversial rking fees. if you park in a metro garage but don't ride the train, you're paying a nonrider parking fee.hi that fee ier than the parking price. the board is looking at extending a saturday price hike. for months, it has cost an additional $2 to park on saturdays. these fees were going to expire at the end of the y nth but they permanent. a fo-time olympic sprinter has been charged with vandalizing an embassy in the northwest. he enteredhe embassy several
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times. he dumped trash and papers on the property and harassed embassy staff. he depicted the assassination of the country's present. he says he never threatened to harm anyone. and his protests are peaceful. he was a sprinter for the nation's olympic team back in it was a race against time for firefighters trying to save a woman who was trapped in the water in a car that was submerged. >> they did made an incredible rescue and it was caught on video. there's a woman stuck inside. parts of arizona have been hit by monsoon storms that have caused flooding and power outages.
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it's not clear how long she was in the car before firefighters saved her. >>hat pocket of air. 6:13 right now. allergies, most of us have them, especially right now. all of the mold and the spores. none of us are fans. >> there's things you can do right now, outside of takiing medication to help. plus, the worst tt can happen to a man and his young ughter who is secreted for saving his life. it's feeling nice today. humanity is lower. upper 80 wsh a small chance of a shower north and east of d.c. we'll look at your weekend andst
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that could end up rewriting the history books. the federal government has reopened the investigation io the murder of emmett till. he was brutally killed in 1955 in mississippi. atice department says the agency is reinvestigating till's murder aer receiving what it calls new information. in 1955, a white woman said till grabbed and tried to flirt with her. several nights after that incident, till was kidnapped, tortur and killed. bryant later said she lied under
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both. two confessed to his murder. this morning, a father is recovering from a stroke that killed a and his recovery thanks to rapid response time that started with a phone call for help from his 3-year-old daughter. on july 4th, trevor mccabe h wa ate with his daughters when he started to have a stoke. his 3-year-old daughter, molly, picked up the phone and facetimed her mother and told her that something was wrong l th daddy. >> why did you cmmy? >> because da da was hurt. >> she showed me where was. so, i saw him lying on the ground. and i knew right away. i told you i was coming home right away.el >> devon called her neighbor who called 911. thanks to her quick thinking, her d was rushed to the hospital. he went into surgery. he is expected to make a full recovery. wow. >> i hope my kids could react ai well as sh
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if your spring allergies are still bothering you months later, you're not alone. summer allergy season is in full swing. and unlike other seasons, mold is the big problem over the summer months. so are insect bites. with kids out of school and outside a lot more often, health officials say they may be bringi allergens home with them. doctors say over-the-counter medication is the first line of defense. but if that's not working, ask if weekly allergy injections could help with your symptoms. >> we come to you. we want to get to the weather. >> let's take a break. i hear we're going news special report.rn good g, everybody. we're coming on the air early with breaking news. the preside hasecided to hold an impromptu news conference ins bruss amid conflicting reports that he
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threatened allies to pull out of nato. let's go right to the news conference and listen in. >> the aunt of money being spent by countries who are going down and down substantially. now, it's going up substantially. and commitments were made. only 5 of 29 countries were making their commitment and that's changed. the commitment was at 2% ultimately. thatngill be g up higher than that. we made a tremendous amount of progress today. it's been at a minimum, they estimate. nce last year, they raised $33 bylion, that's been put up the various countries, not including the united states. and the united states' commitment to nato is strong. it remains strong. primarily because everyone, the spirit they have, the amount of money they're willing to spend,
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the additional money they will be putting up, has been really, really amazing, s to the level of spirit in that room, is incredible. i hope that we're going to be able to get along with russia. i think that we probably will be able to. the people in the room think so. but they, nevertheless, stepped up their commitment and stepped it up like they never have before. we took it an additional 33, and the number could be 40. saltenburg could be givg those numbers today, probably in his concluding press statement. but we are doing nbers like they've never done before or ever seen before. and you'll be seeing that and i guess you'll be hearing that a little later. okay. we have our secretary of state, as you know.
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reand john is if you have questions for the three of us, mike pompeo just got back from a third trip, as you know, t northkorea. he's become a true expert on the trips to north korea, the best way t there. the best way to get out. he gets along ver well and is doing a great job over there. yes, ma'am. >> i tol people that i would be unhappy if they didn't up their commit substantially. the united states has been pang a tremendous amount, probably 90% of the cost of nato. and now, people are going to start and countes are goingo start upping their commitments. i let them know --st day, i am surprised you candidn't pick up. yesterday, i let them know i was xtremely unhappy with what was happening. and they have substantially
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uppetheir commitment. and now, we're very happy and a strong nato. much stronger than it was two days ago.. how are you? i know. you're famous on television. >> do you think your rhetoric helps -- there's a lot of peoplein s that they were distressed by what youay did yeste >> they were probably worried because the united states was not being treated fairly. now, they are. i was firm yesterday. i know the people i room last year, i was firm. but they raised it to $33
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million. and today, and yesterday, i was probably a little more firm. i believe in to. it is probably the greatest ever done. ast the united states paying 70% to 90% of it, depending on how you calculate. in addition to that, we're inat negons with the e.u. and we'll be we've been treated unfairly on trade. our farmers are shut out of the european union. i can tell you that nato is a fine-tuned machine. people are paying money that they never paid before. they're hap to doit. and the united states is being treated more fairly. >> did you win any concessions
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in your meeting with the german chancellor when it comes to german defsepending? and secondly, what would you say o your critics that say, by creating a scene here at nato, you're enabling president putin and russia to further disturb things in ukraine and georgia? >> if you consider putting up additional funds at a level that nobody's ever seen before, iat don't think helping russia. i think nato is stronger than it was two days ago. they're not doing what they're supposed to be doing. we were doing more than we should have been doing. we were carrying tf much a burden. that's why we call it burden sharing. i was using the term a lot today. burden sharing. we had a fantastic meeting at the end. 29 hundrcountries. they are putting up a lot. germany increased their time period. and germany's coming along.
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we still have to figure out what's going on wit the pipeline because the pipeline is coming in from russia. i proug it up and now the world is talking about it. but we're going the figure this that out. frankly, maybe everybody has a good relationship with russia. that was a major point of contention. we discussed it at lenh today. germany has agreed to do a lot better than they were doing and we're very happy with that. we had a good relationship with ainge la merkel. >> mr. president. >> yes.te all these years, i know, margar margaru.. >> thank maybe i'm being dunce here. but could you clarify, are you still threatening to potentially pull the united states out of nato for any reason?
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and do you believe you can do that without congress' explici approval? >> i think i can. that's unnecessary. and people havpp s up like they never stepped up before. $33 billion more theye paying. you'll hear that from the secretary general. ev rybody in them thanked me. there's a great collegiate spirit inhat room they don't have in many years. they're very rystrong. unified, very strong, no problem. >> we're in nato. >> no problem. >> you said previously, you wanted the countries to step up to 2%, yesterday, the session might be 4%. can you clarify, what did they commit to doing? t t satisfactory to you? >> they're speing at a faster
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clip going up to the 4% level. some have arguments and they are here as a prime minister and a president. they are going back for approvals. some are at 2%. others have agreed to go go to 2%. and some are going back to get the appr which they will get to go to 2%. after the 2%, we will talk about going higher. ultimately, we should be in advance, at 4%. the united states, depending how you calculate it, was at 4.2%. we have the largest gdp by far, since we increased it sin the election. our gdp has gone way up. the factur that gdp went up, that means we're paying for more. that's unfair.
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we will go much higher than 2% the future. right now, we're getting people up at 2:0%. that will take over a shortod pef time. >> you're watching an nbc news special report. resident trump holding a press conference at the nato summit in russells. alying some of thers f that the united states would pull out of the alliance. but doubling down to get more of the mbers to pay their share in defense spending. >> he said the allies agreed to up nato's defense spending after hed deman that. and he said they made progress today. and the u.s. remains commied tonato. we're approaching 6:30. >> 6:29 as we look outside. we have made it to thursday. we're working for you to keep you ming through the workweek and get you to friday in one i'm chrlawrence, in for ece.
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aaron. >> and i'm angie goff in for eun. we have your forecast and your road what's the word on the forecast? >> the word is cooler for ty. we love ocooler weather in july. >> at least this morning. >> 88 today compared to 94 sterday. >> it won't be as hot as it was yesterday, but this mornin the humidity on a more comfortable level. it feels nice when you step e. outs 73 degrees in washington. a beautiful nrise here. we'll see more clouds move in and a couple ofwe s possible. 61 washington. 67 in clinton. it is cooler at some of your suburbs. let's go to the summer camp forecast. there's your day planner either
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way. a lot of numbers across the scghen for you. in the upper 80s this afternoon. if the kids are going to summer camp around 83. but it's south and east of d.c. of seeing a shower or two. we'll take a look at there focast and another look in the afternoon and the weeo nd. >> let'ser to melissa and the roads. good morning. we have a disabled vehicle o in the midd the roadway. that's cleared to the left shoulder this morning. you don't have to worry about that one. rest of the beltway, l typical. loughboro road, lanes blocked because ofowd tree. this problem just cleared, though. will clea delays out. centrevil centreville, northbound after braddock. it is now out of the way. that should loosen up in the
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next couple minutes. chris? >> thank you, melissa. storiese are the top we're following for you. amtrak will resume service after a deadly crash. this is video from chopper 4 flying er. an acela train was involved. am tra had to transfer passengers to another train continuing on to baltimore. we're learning why the victims were o the track. a first look at stormy niels' mug shot. daniels was booked into the county jail after her lawyer said she allowed a customer to touch her in a nonsexual manner. her lawyer is calling the arrest politically motivated and vowing to fight the charges. the chairman of papa john's stepped down overnight. he did use the "n" word.
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it was a role playing exercise. founded the chain in 1984. and the metro board is voting on extending parking fees. hi, megan. kickedrter: the change in as part of a pilot program. that's set to expire on july the meboard is supposed to vote on extending those changes. there would be a twe, according to our news partner. some riders would be exempt from the fee.
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the board is expecd to extend the expanded parking hours with parking fees, beginning to kicks inrting at 7:30 in the morning. the board will be voting later today. they are moving in the direction of making some of these things permanent. at could happen after a public hearing in the fall. back to you. >> thank you, megan. more security could be on its way to the national zoo. they're going to review a plan to make changes on how you get into the zoo. it goes from perimeter fencing to close gs and closes the entrances from 13 to 3. a fourth entrance would be in the parking garage but that's not up yet this comes after the national zoo had several security-related incidents. this morning, a man is in critical conditionfter a robbery and shooting in atlanta. relatives said someone shot him saturday night. he was there for a wedding and
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thought the attackers were his uber ride. they are offering a reward for information that leads to an arrested brodeur is the general manager of millie's spring valley restaurant here in northwest d.c. now, to the local county executive race that keeps getting more complicated. council member nancy floreen is now runnin she switched parties from democrat to unaffiliated so she can run in novembe she will take on republican robin ficker and whoever wins the nomination. right now, they're waiting for the state board of elections to certify the primary results. this year's emmy ards will be announced at 11:30 this morning. mirer samyra riley will host along
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with ryan eggold. >> "the handmaids tale" are expected to be one of theru froners. >> enough to declare the winner yet? >> it is dark. >> it wil likely be up against "game of thrones," "strange us."gs" and "this is and "will & grace" and "flowla ata." it's 6:36. coming up, amazon makes our lives easier but are the deals always the best? >> what you should not buy on amazon, next. amazon, next. >>
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his death helped ignite the civil rights movement. now, an investigation into emmett till's murder is become opened again. much more on why, ahead. temperatures are in the 60s and low 70s now ross the area. a pleasant morning to be outside. ti do a little gardening. temperatures are mid t upper 80s. you can plant your moon rose and your primrose that open up after nighttime. shee sheena's back with the ten-day coming up. >> a little
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welcome back. we're following more breaking news. the federal government reopened its investigation into the murder of emmett till. >> justice department reports to ngress says the agency is reervestigating the case a receiving what it says is, quote, new rminion. the black teenager was killed in
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1955 in mississippi. a white woman said till tried to flirt with her at her store. after that, he was kidnapped, tortured a killed. she admitted to lying under oath. till's death helped inspire the civil rights movement. we're following a development story in brussels. president trump called an impromptu press conference a the nato summit was wrapping up. the president took a pitive tone with reporters. this came after the summit went into an emergen session this morning to discuss the defense spending that president trump has been calling for allies to increase their contributions. and he says he got what he came for. >> the amount of money being spent by couries was going down and going down substantially. now, it's going up
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substantially. and commitments were made. only 5 of 29 cntries were making their commitment. that will be going up. >> still under way right now. more on this developing story ahead on the "today" show new details about the man who tried to get into the white house with a bible and a yorkie by his side. he was telling the secret service he would be back. he tried to enter a white house gate for staff members. this happened at 4:00 in the morning on tuesday. he was carryg a bible and had a small dog with him. he expressed his desire to meet with potus. when they denied him entry, he said, i'll just keep trying. he was arrested for unul entry.e i agent who was removed from the russia probe
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for anti-trump text messages will testify on catol hill. peter strzok testified two weeks ago. the agent exchanged anti-trump texts with aolleague, while th worked on the clinton investigation, and briefly for robert mueller. republicans want answers about possible political bias in the probe. 00that hearing begins at 1 this morning. overnight, the head of one of the largest pizza chains has stepped down, after he used a racial slur on a conference call. john schanter started papa john's pizza but used a slur last night. the call was apparently a role-playing exetuise to prevent re public relations fumbles. schneider released a statement apologizing for his words. now, an update on a tragic crash in fairfax this morning.
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conner mcgowan was one of three teenagers inside this jeep on tuesday when it crashed in clifton. he was speeding. the teensen ad robertson secondary school. one was treated and release and the other is still.n the hospit thend park school shooting happened about five months ago. now, it has inspired the fairfax board to look at wayso keep the schools safe. we have justin out there. what are they looki out? >> they did reach out to the county to keep schools safe. e public will hear those
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here's some of the recommendations they got. enhancing school safety training. that calls for hiring more staff, increasing the number of safety drills per school year and how they process people on campuses. they're looking at replacing the classroom door locks. keeping the doors close and locked during the school day. they want to hire more mental support staff. those findings and many more will be presented to the public tonight at 5:30 p.m., starting at looutheran jackson march. theyooreng at other things that didn't make the mis,ike metal detectors. the public will weigh in tonight, a full vote is due on th on july 26th.
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live from false church, i'm justin finch. >> thank you. a lot of parents will be deeping a close eye on that one. invite you to look a this video. >> yeah. a couple in edgemore part of bethesda are missing $40,000 wort of jewelr >> they were saying it was stolen when the couple went to run an errand. take a good look at the it shows the two women who police think may have pulled off e job. a car kept circling the home during the robbery. and police say the door to t home was left unlocked. comfortable humidity levels as you walk outside. 73 in washington. 67 in clinton. look at frederick coming in at
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61 degrees. a little cooler this morning than yesteceay morning. nd dry on radar. we're going to stay like this. look what fure weather does. there can be showers mostly east and south o d.c., trying to form here. if you're walking the dog, this is doughnut. his name is doughnut. he'st available the humane rescue alliance for adeposition. by noon today, we'll be warming up. mid-80s, it will feel the best to go for a long walk. this afternoon, w be in the upper 80s. don't forget,saturday, august 18th, coming up. big clear the sheltern adopt event. tomorrow, if you have the pool in your plans by noo tomorrow, looking at temperatures by 84 degrees. by the afternoon, 85.
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weel see sunsh on friday. if yaur heading to the beach, we could have a risk of rip currents. and temperatures in the low 80s. if you're staying inland or in your neighborhood, it will be sunny and shot and o humid, sunday, with high temperatures around 90 degrees. next iweek, the 90s for a lot of it. let's check out thero s. >> looking right now. top of the beltway. looking pretty here with the mormon temple there in the background. the vume is not so bad right now. in the district, 295 is blocked by a crash this morning. lookg northwest. loughboro blocked for aowned ee. looking at your travel time. 27 southbound, germantown to the spur. no issues. and then, a little bit of red snaking across the top. outer loop, between 95 and 270,
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just going 23 miles per and 95 north, quantico to the beltway. remember to listen to wtop when you hop in your car today. today, d.c. will get a mural honoring key members of the african-american negro league. peanut johnson and josh gibson will be on a mural. in is historic next to ben's chili bowl. johnson was the first woman to pitch in the leagues and one of only three women to ever play in th. leag josh gibson was a 12-time all-star. he was siphogned by the homeste grays and g played hoes here in d.c.
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>> that's a great time for baball in the city.> all-star fanfest kibcks off tomorrow. we got a sneak peek with one of the utndors. checkhat she saw. >> we have the senators here. tell me about the jersey and the value here. >> this is one of the items wher we offer local flavor. this is from the 1961 washington senators. rollie hemsley, not a star player but gives you a sense. early flannel. this was before the senators left to become the expos. and now, they're back. >> how much? >> should be about $1 no$100. that's going to be live tomorrow. here's four things to know, nominee frgs ts for the emmy aw will be made this morning.
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today, the metro board is voting on extending parking fees. if you park in a garage but don't ride the train, you're paying a nonrider free. the board will look at extending saturday price hike, as well. amtrak train svice is back to normal this morning. this is following a deadly crash. a person was hit and killed on the railroad tracks near carrollton last night. amtrak t hado transfer passengers to anoth train to on to baltimore. and former porn star, stormy daniels, was arrested overnight. she was arrested for alling a customer to touch her in a nonsexual manner. he says it's politically tivated. temperatures are running just a tick below average.
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e average is 89 and should be at 88. low humidity levels for the next 24 hours. but the humidity comes back over the weekend. and the chance for needed rain drops doesn't appear until monday. >>oou say i need water the flowers. >> in not so many words, yes. inner loop and outer loop a little slow. olume is not so bad across t area this morning. >> looking good out there today. >> and you got allf the grease? >> i got it all. >> well done. >> well done. >> only glasses can tell you what he had for dinner last night. >> thanks for join
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test. good morning. breaking news. playing hard ball. >> i think that nato is much stronger now than it was two dao. >> president trump holds an unscheduled news conference at nato headquarters capping off a contentious couple of days with american allies. >> i let them know that i wasy extrem unhappy with what was happening and they have substantially upp their commitment. >> nowe's off to t uk where protesters are gearing up ahead of hisng mee with the prime minister and the queen. we are live with the latest. roa to recovery. new images from the hospital where the rescued boys in thailand are skill inuarantine an separated from their parents but on the mend. the coach apologizing to their


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