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its impact.. and what you need to know as you head out the door for your morning commute. life without and cuba.. and.. president elect donald trump making headlines this morning.. coming up..why he claims millions voted illegally. good morning washington. toss to eileen - dry today; increasing clouds - much needed rain tuesday through wed. night
metro commute. for the latest on safetrack-- and it's impact on the rails just text the word "metro" to 4-3-8-1-7. you can get travel alerts sent straight to your phone. developing now.. police are searching for the people responsible for three deadly shootings in southeast d.c. over the weeekend. on friday morning, 16-year-old breyona mcmillan was shot and killed near her home at the potomac gardens apartments. early yesterday afternoon, a man and a woman were shot near the navy yard. the man died. late yesterday afternoon, a man was shot and killed on howard road. happening now. a bold claim from president-elect trump. he alleges that
full swing! if you missed out on any black friday deals..today is the time to surf the internet for some of the best holiday deals. so far, this holiday shopping season, shoppers have spent more than 3-billion dollars online and that number is only going to get bigger after today. target is taking 15 percent off nearly everything on its top sales. amazon is also
electronics. to get the best deals--clear your browser history so you'll see only the lowest prices. and leave items in your cart. a 7 on your side consumer alert -- about the start of the holiday shopping season. thanksgiving weekend shoppers picked up hot toys, tv's and new apple products, both online and in stores, but spent less doing it, thanks to some big discounts. individual shoppers spent an average of just over 289-dollars during over the 4-day weekend. that's down nearly 3 a from a year ago, according to the national retail federation. just over 99-million shoppers hit the stores. 108-and a half million people shopped online. as you're shopping for gifts -- think about brightening up someone's holiday, through toys for tots! join us for a toy drive at national harbor this saturday -- december third. we'll be out there helping collect toys between eleven a-m and three p-m. it's 5 and coming up next on good morning washington.. the famed bourbon street turned into a crime scene.
clouds - much needed rain tuesday through wed. night - big temp swings (60s tue./wed to 40s this weekend) today: sunny early, becoming mostly cloudy. highs: 53-58 winds: 5-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy with showers developing. patchy fog. lows: 42-49 winds: s 10-15 mph tuesday: rain. mild and breezy.
he gets a lot of compliments. he wears his army hat, walks around with his army shirt looking all nice. and then people just say, ?thank you for serving our country? and i'm like, that's my dad. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community by the end of 2017. i'm very proud of him.
rattles an area still recovering from last years deadly quake. this morning's quake had a magnitude of 5-point-4. the good news..there were no reports of casualties or damages. nepal is still recovering from the quake that killed nearly 9-thousand people and damaged 1 million homes. syrian forces have recaptures a key district of eastern aleppo from rebels. this as the syrian army continues pushing deeper into rebel-held territory in eastern aleppo. syrian troops have captured parts of the city's largest district. these areas have been under rebel control for the last four years. thousands continue to flee as airstrikes hammer rebel defenses. human rights groups say those who remain in aleppo have just a few days of food, water and other supplies left. back here in the u-s.. a developing story
police. police were called to an area of kansas city early sunday morning for reports of gun fire. when they arrived, officers saw several people in nearby vehicles shooting at eachother. at least one officer opened fire. three cars crashed as drivers tried to escape the chaos. when the bullets stopped, seven people were injured... and there were at least four different crime scenes. police are questioning several possible suspects. another massive shootout over the weekend.. this one in new orleans where 10 one person died from their injuries. police say the shooting started with an argument between two men. moments later gunfire erupted. the victims in the shooting ranged from between 20 and 37 years old. police are still searching for the shooters. breaking overnight.. passengers and crew members who were aboard an american airlines jet are safe.. after a terrifying experience. jummy olabanji is here with more. the plane made an emergency landing..
the plane was headed from dallas to las vegas last night. suddenly, the pilot reported engine failure, and requested an emergency landing. the plane landed in albuquerque, new mexico, just before nine p.m. it's not clear what caused the engine failure. no injuries were reported. a powerball player in tennesse is waking up this more a whole lot richer. one lucky person in numbers drawn saturday night. the ticket was worth 421-million dollars! the winner has not come forward yet and has 180 days to claim the prize. lottery officials are advising the winner to sgn the back of the tickey and keep in a secure location. time now for weather - dry today; increasing clouds - much needed rain
mobiletrack7 is live on the scene of a stabbing. this is happening on diablo court in the mount vernon area. right now we don't know the extent of injuries - or any information on the we are working both the scene and the phones trying to get more information. when we learn it we will bring you more information. larry and autria? - dry today; increasing clouds - much needed rain tuesday through wed. night - big temp swings (60s tue./wed to 40s this weekend) today: sunny early, becoming mostly cloudy. highs: 53-58 winds: 5-15 mph
safetrack-- and it's impact on the rails just text the word "metro" to 4-3-8-1-7. you can get travel alerts sent straight to your phone. breaking news this morning.. a german court former auschwitz guard charged with accessory to murder. 95-year-old oskar groening was sentenced to four years in prison last year. the federal court of justice's decision to reject groening's appeal sets an important precedent for prosecutors' efforts to pursue others who allegedly served at death camps. it's the first time an appeals court has ruled on a conviction obtained under the logic that simply serving at a death camp, and helping it operate was enough to convict someone as an accessory to the murders committed
d.c. police are trying to find out who pistol whipped and robbed a mailman, while he was on the job. two men attacked him saturday night.. on second and "u" streets northeast. they stole his phone, keys, pants, and shoes after they realized he didn't have any cash. he's now out of the hospital, after getting three stitches on his forehead. he did not want to be identified. the attackers were dressed all in black, with masks over their faces. the u.s. postal inspection service is offering a 50-thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. happening today, and through friday.. flags in maryland will fly at half-staff in honor of a man who headed the maryland national guard for 16 years. retired lieutenant general james fretterd died saturday at his home in federalsburg. he was 86. fretterd served in the national guard
retirement in 2003. he was the head of maryland's national guard from 1987 to 2003. his funeral will be held friday in denton. the baltimore ravens stay atop their division with a big win on sunday against the cincinatti bengals. the ravens came into sunday's game losers of their last five match ups against cincinatti. and they finally got over the hump.. quarterback joe flacco threw for 234 yards and on touchdown. but the mvp of this game..kicker justin tucker who has been money all season long. he went four for for..including a 57 and stay in first place with in the a-f-c north. now to the skins.. it appears the team is set on keeping q-b kirk cousins. according to multiple reports, if the skins cannot reach a long-term deal with cousins before free agency opens in march, they will place the franchise tag on him. cousins is being paid nearly 20-million dollars guaranteed this season. the franchise quarterback tag for the 2017 season
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the world following the death of fidel castro. jummy olabanji standing by with more on some of the heat president obama is taking for his reaction. jummy? current florida senator marco rubio was critical of president obama calling him "pathetic" for offering condolences to the castro family without acknowledging the crimes he committed. in his statement on castro's death, president obama said that history will
castro had on the people and world around him. he then offered condolences and prayers to the cuban people. president-elect trump had a much different approach, taking to twitter when the news came of castro's death calling the former leader a "brutal dictator" .. and that his legacy is one of "unimaginable suffering." senator rubio says he's confident the trump administration will bring the change the island nation needs in the wake of castro's death. happening today. safety officials in montgomery county keep you safe during this busy holiday shopping season. topics will include parking lot safety and impaired driving provision., following the meeting, police officers and firefighters wil kick off the "shop with a cop or firefighter" campaign. the christmas contest cave is up and runny this morning! this morning we are giving away 4 tickets to holiday in the park at six flags! watch this morning at 6:50 for the number to call in to win. 4 tickets to holiday in the park - coming
it's 5: and time for a check on weather. - dry today; increasing clouds - much needed rain tuesday through wed. night - big temp swings (60s tue./wed to 40s this weekend) today: sunny early, becoming mostly cloudy. highs: 53-58 winds: 5-15 mph patchy fog. lows: 42-49 winds: s 10-15 mph tuesday: rain. mild and breezy. highs: 63-70
disney's animated feature "moana" ["ma-wah-nah"] took first place at the thanksg weekend box office -- taking in an estimated 81 point one million dollars. "fantastic beasts and where to find them" dropped to second place. "doctor strange" rounded out the top trio. check out the new trailer for "fences,"
prize-winning play. experts say oscar nominations are near-locks for best picture, denzel washington for best actor, and viola davis for best supporting actress. fences opens december 25th kim kardashin has one mission and that is to help kanye according to tmz kanye is in "desperate shape" they report kim had been an "emotional wreck" since the paris attack but when kanye fell apart last week, she became his rock. tmz
washington," on your side. autria: well, holiday break is over in metro is back in full force. the delays on the rails as safetrack surge seven -- 11 kicks off. larry: fidel castro is dead. what about the new ties between cuba and the u.s.? autria: an rain is on the way. for micah johnson is timing out the impact. [captioning perfor -- veronica johnson is timing out the impact. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] larry: it's going to feel like september next week? [laughter] veronica: if you don't know, it means you're probably one of those folks that have purchased anything for christmas yet. [laughter] autria: i thought you were going to do it.
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