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redskins pictures with you is. >> send your pictures and video to redskins at some viewsers getting pretty creative. -- some viewers are getting pretty creative. >> the skins gnome will keep it going. mark says his dog says the redskins are going to knock the stuffing out of he seahawks. >> one of the baltimore ravens' biggest name says he is ready to hang up his helmet. ray lewis announced yesterday that he will retire. he has been with the team for
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17 years. he is still recovering from an injury back in october and has not played since. still, lewis is likely to return to the field for sunday's game against the colts but that could be his last home game. >> he will definitely be missed in baltimore. he had a great career but 17 years is a long time to play football. >> that is a long time. probably been beaten up a little bit. ready to take it easy. >> we still have more ahead, answered, traffic and all your top stories. >> fox 5 morning news continues right now. right now. president obama now back in hawaii with his family to finish out their annual year- end vacation. president rejoined the first lady and his daughters yesterday and spent the day enjoying a round of golf and then speaking on the phone with new jersey governor chris christie regarding aid for victims of superstorm sandy. mr.obama also signed the fiscal cliff deal into law last night using an auto pen, a device that copies his signature. first family is scheduled to return to washington this
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weekend. and when they do, it is going to be a cold one. nothing like hawaii when they return. taking a live look outside right now, can't see it but you will feel it. the chilly temperatures to start your thursday. good morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. you know hawaii wouldn't be a bad place to be. >> not bad to take the annual family trip to hawaii. >> i think we should take the show on the road. >> temperatures falling back into the 20s. we are 30 30 now in town at reagan national. there is your satellite-radar. a lot of rain showers to the south this morning. south down into the carolinas, down towards georgia. you can see that we're on the far northern edge of it. we've got some cloud cover out there at the moment. but just like yesterday, we
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should see the clouds clear up here during the morning hours and have a decent amount of sunshine. mostly sunny this afternoon and we should be dry. temperature at reagan national. 30degrees. check out columbus, seven. >> what? >> yeah, boston, eight. it is cold. we have some real arctic air across new england here. >> we can't complain. >> yeah, right. 30 is not bad when you look at eight and seven. we'll have high temperatures about 40 degrees. we are trending a little below average to start the new year. >> all right. we can't complain after seeing those single digits in the other areas. okay. >> time now to say hello once again to julie wright. she has information you need to know. wisconsin is a mess this morning. >> this is video from overnight and early this morning with a 20-inch water man break closing a major portion of the highway along 355 wisconsin avenue as you travel between willard avenue and dorsett. that is where we have the water
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main break. traffic is able to squeeze by to the right. these repairs will be with us throughout the remainder of our morning drive so connecticut avenue or even use the beltway to river road could save you a lot of headache and a lot of time out here on the roads this morning. southbound 270, no accidents to report. volume increasing south of 109 headed out towards clarksburg. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. a big day on capitol hill as members of the 113th congress are set to be sworn in later today. >> the new congress is facing several key issues right off the bat. melanie alnwick is live on capitol hill with the details. >> reporter: good morning. twelve new senators and 81 new representatives will be sworn in to the congress. 113th congress at noon today. after the november elections, republicans lost a little bit
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of ground but they still retain control of the house where speaker john boehner is expected to be reelected as speaker of the house today. as we mentioned, there are some firsts here. the 113th congress is a bit more diverse. more openly gay members and the first black republican elected to the senate in decades. there are also fewer veterans in the 113th congress. they will have to jump right into a bitterly divided political arena with little time to get adjusts before some difficult issues come up for a vote. there was a lot of outrage tuesday night when, after the fiscal cliff vote, the house adjourned without taking up a $60 billion aid package for victims of hurricane sandy. speaker john balkaner agreed to make sandy aid one of the first orders of business for the new congress. congress. -- speaker john boehner agreed to make sandy aid one of the first orders of business for the new congress. >> the bottom line is between
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saturday morning and january 15th, there are two votes that will bring in the money absolutely necessary no new york, new jersey and connecticut. as far as i'm concerned, it was an extremely positive meeting. >> reporter: as we said, one vote on friday and then another vote coming up on january 15th. those should be relatively easy compared to what lies ahead. not only will these new members and the old members as well have to deal with the sequestration and also the debt limit that is also coming up as well, there will also be gun control measures after that horrible shooting in newtown, connecticut. those will be introduced in the senate today. back to you guys. >> thank you. the local delegation to congress contains two new members, one a political newcomer, the other a familiar face. democrat john delaney is the new representative for maryland's sixth district. he beat roscoe bartlett in november. and former virginia governor
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tim kaine will be sworn in as the newson are to from the commonwealth taking the seat vacated by jim webb. jim webb. in our other top stories, hillary clinton is recovering at home. the secretary of state razz released from a new york hospital last night following treatment for a blood clot in her head. her doctors say she is making progress and expect as a full recovery. clinton's spokesman says she is appreciative of the care she got and is eager to get back to work but there is no date yet for her return to the state department. in connecticut, classes resume for students and teachers of sandy hook elementary school. this comes less than three weeks after the deadly shootings at the school. classes will now be held in a former middle school just down the road from the shooting scene in a town of monroe. last night, parents were invite tie open house of the new school. many parents thanked the teachers for being heroes that day. the new school will be renamed sandy hook elementary. new this morning, a d.c.
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police officer putting the focus on what he says is an error with at least one of the city's speed cameras. >> but first, a ups driver targeted in a robbery less than a month after a similar crime in the same neighborhood. fox 5 morning news is back in a moment. 
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another truck driver delivering packages robbed at gunpoint in southeast. the latest happened wednesday morning in the 4300 block of southern avenue. two masked men forceed a ups driver into his truck at gunpoint and drove to alabama avenue at reed terrace and started unloading packages. a similar robbery happened just blocks away to a fedex driver back on december 22nd. neither driver was hurt and police are trying to determine if the crimes are related. metro transit police are asking for your help tracking down four gunmen in connection way vile antitax on a metrobus. these men are suspected of taxing two women on the number 93 bus in southeast on new euro's day. investigators say the men got on the bus in adams morgan. the women got on in anacostia and one of the men touched one of the women inappropriately. there was a fight.
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one woman was stabbed. another was hit in the head. >> serious crime is relatively rare where you have people who are injured. we do recognize that we are a part of the overall society in the washington d.c. area and crime does happen. so we are putting our resources in place to make sure we can limit these type of crimes from happening again. >> now, police don't believe the suspects and victims knew each other and are asking you to call them in you know who these guys are. you can get a closer look at these pictures on as for the two women, they were treated and released from the hospital. coming up next, a d.c. police officer draws attention to what he says is a problem with at least one of the city's speed cameras. >> meantime, speed cameras in other parts of our area are doing their job. that is according to some new numbers. we'll tell you all about it in just a moment. [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: the big hot pastrami melt.
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american idol will be back on tv january 16th. but you can be one of the first in our area to see the premier of season 12. go to to enter to win a pair of tickets to an explosive exclusive advance screening of it. it will be followed by a live q and a session with the judges. today, 10 winners will be chosen by random drawing to win two tickets to the advanced screening on wednesday january 9th at the amc hoffman center theaters in alexandria. you must be 18 or older to
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enter. you can see the complete rules on our web site, very cool. >> this is a live look outside right now speaking of very cool. temperatures in the 30s, right, tuck officer. >> in -- right, tucker? >> 20s and low 30s. you notice the lights are still on at the capitol. they're probably still working. >> they're always on there. >> we mentioned the cold. going to be a chilly day. just like yesterday, highs upper 30s, maybe 40 degrees for a daytime high. so be ready for a chilly january. it isian after all. a january day. 30 right now. that is the winning number at reagan national. annapolis, many areas here, leonardtown, you are 30 degrees.
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27 in manassas. 23 in gaithersburg. these are cold temperatures. 21 at frederick. a few minutes ago, i showed some of of the temperatures regionally. little very cold. columbus, ohio in the single digits right now. boston is in the single digits. we have a big chunk of very cold air across portions of the midwest, mid-atlantic up into new england. we are looking at some cloud cover to start your day. some light showers to the south and to the east of us. these will remain south so we're not worried about any rain today. you can see some cloud cover and once we get into the day here as the clouds push to the east, we should see more and more sunshine just like yesterday. so generally, a sunny and bright day. it will be on the cool side as mentioned with highs only about 40 degrees or so. so a little below average. there is the reason why it is cold. high pressure. that is canadian high pressure and arctic air spilling into regions off to the north. that will be pushing off to the north over the next 24 hours. the good news, nice and dry although we will remain chilly for the next day or two. 40 today, sunny skies. winds out of the west at five to 10. you know it is january when you
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say a cool afternoon ped athe temperature is 40 degrees. clear skies tonight, cold. here is your accu-weather seven- day forecast. the dry streak continues. we've had a nice little streak of dry weather here this week. going to the redskin game, look like mid-40s. probably low 40s to kick off late in the afternoon. and just some clouds around but we should be dry to sunday. than a warm-up next week. that is weather. let's do some traffic and julie wright. good morning. >> on the roads this morning, the big story occurred last night. a 20-inch water main break is what we're talking about. that continues to tie up your commute along wisconsin avenue in each direction between bradley boulevard and willard avenue. so again this morning, you will find traffic able to squeeze by to the right both north and southbound. but the repairs are ongoing. this is what you are waking up to. if you typically travel 355 wisconsin avenue from the capital beltway, start thinking of your alternate routes. connecticut avenue, even the beltway head over to river road in your destination is d.c. this will impact the drive.
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we are anticipating slower than usual traffic volumes and delays coming southbound on the beltway and coming often the beltway to go southbound along 355. we are checking out the camera right now here at bradley and so far traffic volume working in our favor. there is no delay. we'll find that lanes are open southbound on 270, volume increasing south of 109 headed out towards clarksburg. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. >> thank you. new this morning, a d.c. police officer is challenging the accuracy of his own department's speed cameras. sergeant mark robin senate son says a citation issued by the speed camera in the third street tunnel is invalid. it should have been set to enforce a 40-mile per hour construction zone speed limit because was set set for the regular 45-mile per hour limit. the officer says it violates a city regulation requiring the district to enforce the posted limit. city officials say the ticket
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was valueed a because in a temporary work zone, cameras are set to enforce the regular speed since it cannot determine when workers are present. a new study by the state highway administration in prince george's county shows traffic is slower on seven state roads. aaa mid-atlantic agrees with the study saying it has seen drops in speeding by up to 80% in montgomery and prince george's counties. a new study finds truth behind so-called senior moments. researchers say once you hit 50, remembering the names of common objects gets more difficult. they compared people in their 20s and 30s to people in their 50s and found the older group was not able to name objects as quickly as the younger group. it has already set in for us. these hours kind of speed up that process. >> i think so. yeah. it moves you right along. coming up next, al gore's pet project has been purchased by
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an overseas media giant. >> also in the headlines, the staggering death toll in syria. some estimates placing it at 60,000, possibly even high are. >> a closer look at why the violence shows no signs of slowing down. 
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welcome back. taking a live look out over washington, d.c. temperatures are -- i shouldn't say very
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cold. we saw single digits earlier that tucker showed us in boston and ohio. single digits. so we'll take these 30s right now while they last because we know it can certainly get that cold here as well. we'll check in with him coming up in just a second. >> all right. now to the civil war in syria. there is a new and shockingly high death toll in the ongoing conflict. it was at just over 40,000. now, the united nations is putting that number at 60,000 and adds this number is probably an underestimate. we have a report. >> reporter: the chaos after a syrian air force strike captures the raw intensity of war. the desperate search for victims, the wails of those who just lost loved ones and then, the explosion of a second
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missile strike. moments later, the cameraman speaks. we were attacked trying to save others. such attacks happen multiple times a day. witnesses say dozens died at this gas station in a damascus suburb. it is the latest mass casualty attack bringing the latest numbers to 60,000. trying to deny the regime its air power and resupply, today, lightly armed rebels continued to coordinate appear attack on an air base in the north with precious little success. -- an attack on an air in the north with precious little success. when this began, nearly 1,000 syrians had died. >> as president, i refuse to wait for thibles ever slaughter and mass graves before taking action. >> reporter: nato attacks not only crushed libya's air force
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but also many. its tanks acting as close air support. despite a death toll now 60 times as much, the u.s. has all but ruled out such military intervention pointing to syria's far more sophisticated air defense system, vastly better equipped military and strong support from both russia and iran. the lessons of libya are on everyone's mind. the russians feel they were steamrolled into allowing military action against khadafy. for the united states and its allies, the significant presence of al-qaeda fighters among syrian rebels means they are concerned about trading a brutal deck state irfor a failed state. ed state. - - d i ctator for a failed state. a u.s. drone strike killed 13 people including a top militant commander who hay truce with the pakistani military. the millant leader was wanted by the u.s. military to killing
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american soldiers in neighboring afghanistan. but pakistan's military considered him as key to keeping the peace in pakistan. in iraq, more religous violence killed five people there. al-qaeda gunmen killed a police hand and his brother north of baghdad and a car bomb killed two shiite muslims on a pilgrimage to karbala. the government is promising tighter security for those traveling this week. al-jazeera is buying an american cable chaner. the arab news channel is available on some tvs but the deal with current tv gives it a chance to broadcast to more of the country. check this out. you may have a harder time finding 75-watt light bulbs. they are joining the list of
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incandescent bulbs being phased out for more energy efficient light bulbs. and 40 and 06-watt bulbs will be phased out by -- and 60-watt bulbs will be phased out by 2014. less than a month after the school shooting in connecticut, survivors returned to class today. >> first, aid delayed. there is a crucial issue for the congress today. we are back in a moment with the details. 
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. welcome back to fox 5 morning news. this is a live look outside right now. it is even cooler than it was yesterday. ate source tells me it is even cooler than it was yesterday. we have got information from that source that says temperatures are going to be in the 20s and 30s. >> we are outing that source right now. >> there is the source. >> in your ear. >> it is cold out this morning. 20s and 30s a sure thing for the next hour or two. we'll gradually warm up to about 40 today. we haven't done a whole lot of cold. good news, plenty of sunshine later this afternoon. let's do temperatures. reagan national, 30 degrees
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now. 30 at reagan national. 27 out at dulles. 26 this morning at b wait a minute marshall. so good hard freeze areawide here as the entire region at or below freezing early this morning. looking at the satellite-radar, good news if you don't line winter weather. er weath we don't have any issues with any precip coming in so we are not concerned with any rain and/or any of the wintry stuff today. out to the west in west virginia, we have clearing and we should clear out shortly. so most of your day will feature sunshine. rain showers down into the carolinas down towards georgia will remain to the south and east today. there you go, cold start to your day. chilly this afternoon or cool this afternoon with high abouts 40 degrees but lots of sunshine. >> love the sunshine. when you start talking about sunshine, it makes me think about the 1969 beatles album, abby road. >> are you troying to save yourself from yesterday. >> i'll tell you after we talk to julie wright. >> when he talks sunshine, i think of katrina and the waves. does that work for you, wisdom?
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oh, my gosh. >> don't try. just move on. >> water main break. this is where we find wisdom's ipod. this will take a big bite out of the commute this morning. as you travel between willard avenue and bradley boulevard, the ongoing repairs continue at this hour and only the right lean is able to get by both southbound and northbound along 355 wisconsin avenue. you may want to think about using connecticut avenue or the beltway to river road as a workaround. outer loop here, checking for a stalled car in the roadway. heads up leaving college park headed over towards silver spring. inbound new york avenue at bladensburg road, nice and easy getting over to that area heading to the tunnel. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. new this morning, mystery involving a missing maryland man could be over. a body was found in a ventilation unit at a building in adam morgan last night.
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this was in the 1800 block of biltmore street northwest. d.c. and montgomery county investigators say they are trying to determine whether the victim is michael po. the 23-year-old has been missing since the early-morning hours of new year's day. he split from his group of friend and never returned to his home in clarksburg, maryland. maryland. . on capitol hill, the 113th congress is scheduled to be sworn n the new congress will bring with it some historic changes too. the senate will remain in democratic control but there will now be a record number of women, 20 including an all- female delegation from new hampshire. there will also be more racial diversity and the fewest number of veterans in congress since world war ii. >> and with this new congress, they will face some big battle ahead. they will need to deal with debates over massive spending cuts. >> one of the first items on their list is tackling aid relief for superstorm sandy victims. it is a bill that many thought would have been dealt with
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already and its delay has created an uproar. shannon breen has the story. >> it is the most disgraceful action i've seen in this house in the 20 years i've been here. >> this is a disaster on top of a disaster. >> reporter: house republicans who oppose quick passage of the sandy aid bill are getting blasted from both sides of the aisle. but lawmakers like california's darryl issa say they were never going to vote for a bill they say is full of all kinds of pet projects that have nothing to do with those devastated by the superstorm. >> the fact is the senate didn't do their job. they sent us a bunch of pork and left town. that was just wrong. >> reporter: critics of the $60 billion senate bill which would be broken no two separate house votes, a $27 billion prime bail and a $33 billion amendment says it was loaded with pork. they point to $600 million for the epa to support climate change issues, $348 million for the national park service and
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$188 million for amtrak among other things. >> i doubt that darryl issa would say when california, god forbid has an earthquake or a fire, that relief to them is pork. in fact, he has not. so i'm infuriated, infuriated by comments like that. >> chris christie says boehner refused to take his phone calls as it was becoming apparent that the sandy aid package wouldn't go to a vote in the house. >> when you sit around around delay and give assurances that things will get done and they're not, that is not doing your job. have some guts. investigator boehner spoke with christie and then a and eric cantor met with congressional delegations from new york and new jersey aassured them that a sandy package in a new form is
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their pop tryer on the. the newly sworn in house will vote on getting immediate resources to the national flood insurance program and then on the 15th, the first full day of the new legislative session, there will be votes on the rest of the sandy aid package. in washington, shannon breen, fox news. also in this morning's top stories, classes resume for students and teachers of sandy hook elementary school. this comes less than three weeks after the deadly shooting there. classes will be held in a former middle school just down the road from the shooting scene in the town of monroe. parents and students got a look at their new school at an open house yesterday. former principal of sandy hook who just retired two years ago will return to that role today. also in the headlines, secretary of state hillary clinton out of the hospital. we'll have an update on her
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condition when we continue. 
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. the secretary of state is resting at home this morning. hillary clinton was seen leaving new york presbyterian hospital last night. thiss swat first time mrs.
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clinton has been seen in public since december 10th. she was hospitalized with a blood clot that resulted from a concussion. south a disturbing new terror video out. al-qaeda and yemen is offering a $25,000 bounty for the killing of american soldiers and it is offering six pounds of gold if any terrorist kills the u.s. ambassador to yemen. the u.s. intelligence has determined that the threats on the eight-minute video is credible. cred . the "new york times" wants to know why the government is secretly killing suspected terrorists with drone attacks. but a federal judge in new york is ruling that the united states does not have to give up any secrets about the classified program. the american civil liberties union joined the "new york times" in filing requests for more details on the freedom of information act. listen up. fast food addicts, including you, the price of some cheap seats at a popular fast food chain is going up.
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. welcome back. tucker is here. you know what that means. time to do some weather. >> yeah. >> it is cold. temperatures falling back -- i mean -- it is noticeably colder than yesterday in my opinion. >> i felt it. >> back in the 20s and low 30s. and most of the area here, we're waking up with temperatures below freezing. get ready for a cold start. just like yesterday, plenty of afternoon sure as our dry weather continues. we are nice and dry here to kick off 2013. no precip of any kind in sighted here any time soon. here are your high temperatures from yesterday. 40degrees at reagan national. that is just a few degrees below average for the first couple of days of january. -- no presign of any kind in sight here any time soon. temperatures should be very close to where they were yesterday. upper 30s to about 40.
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right now, it is cold. quantico, good morning, 32 degrees for you. in baltimore, 26 degrees. frederick is 21. hagerstown, 21. we'll likely see some of these temperatures here in the next hour or so. sun doesn't get up until after 7:00 a.m. there is your satellite-radar. a little bit of cloud cover moving through the area at the moment. we have the front that came through yesterday producing a lot of showers to the south down into the carolinas, down south and east of atlanta and you can see that that will generally stay to our south. we are not going to get any rain today. out to the west, we have high pressure and clearing skies and just like yesterday, way the bit of cloudiness here early, should be in for a mostly sunny and quiet weather pattern continuing here if the next couple of days. we'll go 40 today, sunshine and a cool afternoon. winds out of the west at about five to 10 miles per hour. and later tonight, clear skies, cold overnight. 30 your overnight low. this is your winds out of the west at five. here is your accu-weather seven- day forecast. tomorrow, more of the same with temperatures in the low 40s. by sunday, we'll be in the mid-
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40s for that redskin game but we should be dry. that is good news. if you like warmer temperatures, look like we'll get a bit of a respite here with temperatures in the low 50s by tuesday and wednesday. julie wright will be celebrating. and she doesn't have to take a trip to florida this week. let's do some traffic. julie has your latest. >> this week. i like that. all right. the big story this morning is the water main break and sky fox live over the scene here. this is what is tying up our drive along wisconsin avenue, 35 # in each direction traveling between willard avenue and dorsett. 355 in each direction traveling between willard avenue and dorsett. this will impact the commute for those headed southbound headed out from nih.
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plan the trip accordingly. this will hurt you traveling southbound along 355. man on using connecticut avenue, maybe even using the beltway over to river road headed into d.c. wisconsin avenue down to one right lane getting by southbound as well as northbound. for those traveling along the outer loop of the beltway at new hampshire avenue, we had a stalled vehicle reported along the right side of the roadway. notice the express lanes northbound 95 north of lorton, very slow headed up to the franconia springfield parkway, incident there tying up the shoulder. shoulder. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. . >> thank you. the parents of the duchess of cambridge are cashing in on kate's pregnancy. they own a party supply company you may have heard before and are now featuring royal themed baby shower items on their web site. britain's daily mail newspaper is reporting that the middletons are promoting a range of baby goods from their party supplies business.
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they are described as suitable for christening parties or first birthday celebrations. there are reports that brad pitt and angelina jolie have tied the knot during a secret wedding. the london telegraph is reporting that the couple may have gotten married during a christmas day ceremony in the caribbean. so far, no official confirmation from the actors. pitt and jolie announced their engagement last april after seven years together. a junior bacon cheeseburger, a four piece nuggets, you could soon be paying more at wendy's. they are replacing their 99- cent value menu way new right price right sized options. the prices will range from $99 cents for $1.99. the company credits the move to the higher costs they have to pay for different against. but don't worry.
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there are still seven 99-cent items on the menu. so there you go. >> i wonder for the ones that have an increasing cost will be larger so you will get more for your money. >> something tells me you are not going to get more. that is just more incentive for me to be on a diet. i just won't be able to stay away from it. >> coming up next, we are talking about the sunday showdown. >> dave ross and i debate the finer points of this weekend's wild card game between the redskins and seahawks after the break. e pastrami sandwich -- filled with hot, juicy pastrami, pickles, yellow mustard and bubbly melted cheese. all piled-high on our signature freshly baked bread.
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it is time for off the wall. >> and what else is there to talk about right now? nothing else to talk about. dave ross and i duked it out over the washington redskins. r . >> off the wall, dave ross, wisdom martin. it is all washington washington redskins. >> what else is there. >> i want to talk to you about the rookie of the year. there are four candidates, andrew luck, robert griffin iii,. >> % gets my vote because he is the best player on the team. >> the body of work, 16 weeks. he didn't play 16 weeks.
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he miss the a game. he didn't finish threes on. >> there were 3-6. now they're division champs. >> he didn't play in all 10 of those wins is my point. >> it is not rookie of the year. >> andrew luck has 11 winds. russell wilson has 11 wins. >> look at his numbers. the numbers speak for themselves. look at rg iii's numbers. look at andrew luck's numbers. rg iii wins. >> no, he does not. >> no, it should be alfred morris. it is a quarterback driven league. we get that. this guy broke the redskins single season rushing record. we are talking about for the team. the storied franchise that is the washington redskins we can't discount that. >> who set the record for rushing for nfl quarterback in the history of the league in one season? >> rg iii. >> case closed. >> case is open. keep the case open.
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i'm still voting for you, alfred morris. rg iii against rwi. the seattle seahawk come in here. we know they have a good team. how good is this team? who wins this game? >> if you break it down, it is clear that if the redskins can stop the seahawks from scoring points and if they can outscore the other team and score more touchdowns and more points than the other team. >> a great combination of safe deals, field goals and touchdowns, they'll win the game. >> you've been stealing my notes. the one who scores the most points, that who is wins the game. >> who will do that. >> the team that scores the most points. the nfl team with the most points. that is who is going to win
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this game. >> you only get that kind of insight from the bad man, wisdom martin. >> what about your predictions. >> i'm taking washington redskins to win on sunday to beat the seahawks and move on in the playoffs. layoffs. what say you? >> the team that scores the most points, that is who is going to win. 100% accurate. never fail. >> hit my music. y music. . >> it is 100% accurate. the team that scores the most points always wins. you can catch the redskins- seahawks showdown this sunday right here on fox 5. our special pre-game show starts at 3:30. the fox network pre-game is at 4:00. and kickoff is at 4:30. show your redskins pride by sharing your pictures and video with us. this is from nicole jones in landover, maryland modeling her burgundy and gold gear. look at her. she looks great.
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all becked out from head to toe in burgundy and gold. we want to see what you've got. just e-mail your pictures and video to redskins at looking good. all right. straight ahead at 6 clark, 2013 got off to i agood start on the markets. is it a sign of things to come. >> we'll check in with fox business network for today's business beat but first, let's say good morning to today's fan of the day. gino meyer. like many people posting on our fan page, gino is representing the home team but he says he is also a fan of fox 5 and tucker's forecast. i mean really, would isn't? for a chance to be tomorrow's fan, log on to our facebook page and post a comment under his picture. we are gone for now. back in a moment. 
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