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>> i could probably use that after this past weekend indulgence. i could probably use the stair. >> take the steps. thanks for joining us at 10:30. >> i'll see you at 11:30. fox 5 news at 11:00 begins in our. this is fox 5 local news at 11:00. at 11:00, >> i miss pulse. i miss everything it stood for. >> standing strong one year later. the outpouring of emotions as people pay tribute to victims and survivors of the pulse night club attack. >> a record tying 95 today, and more sizzling heat on thursday. . scammers are using phone numbers from local police departments to trick you into giving up your information, how to keep from becoming a victim. news at 11:00 starts now. one year ago tonight, 4
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pulse night club shooting. thank you for joining us, i'm tony perkins >> i'm shawn yancy, communities across the nation are remembering the victims including in the district. lindsay watts was had a vigil earlier in dupont circle. lindsay? >> reporter: shawn and tony that vigil end add few hours ago, we're still seeing people passing through the circle and stopping to look at what's left behind, the flowers and candles is a little difficult to make out but the candles sell out orlando united. mayor bowser officially named today orlando united day in dc. earlier tonight, this area was filled with people who came to remember the 49 victims who lost their lives one year ago. ♪ ♪ that's the gay men's choir of dc who
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this was ordering by a political action committee called pride fund to end gun violence. the group works to elect pro lgbt candidates who support stricter gun laws. the names of victims who died at pulls night club last year were read out loud one by one. this was an emotional gathering attended by people who live in this area, othering visits also here, a woman who lost a friend that night in orlando. >> the grief that we as his friends and family feel in the wake of his death is not unique. of i'm not sure many of you here know what it is like to lose someone, to feel the presence in this world. to sense a long shadow where they would otherwise be next to you. >> the pulled attack affected me personally and deeply although i didn't know the victims being a lesbian and being a
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hit close to home and it's such a senseless tragedy and so many young people with bright futures cut down in the prime of their lives. >> we leave here and do our best to make difference daily. take our inventory as to where in our lives we could take action for mercy and justice. >> reporter: it is still difficult to comprehend that 49 people were killed. 53 more were wounded. very meaningful trouble in dupont circle and there are vigils across the country. live tonight, lindsay watts fox 5 local news. ♪ ♪
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this was earlier down in orlando. dozens of people gathered to remember the 49 people killed in the pulse night club massacre. services began at 2:two a.m. the exact time the gunman started shooting >> it breaks my heart your sanctuary was taken from you. but we will not let hate win >> the massacre was the deadliest in modern u.s. history. let's check in now with sue palka and find out what you can expect when you wake up and head out to -- some kids are going to the bus stop. >> some through next week, i think tony? >> and you know what? it's going to be hot for them when they head out the door, upper 70's i think even as early as 8:00 a.m. and we may be close to 90 by the
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we tied the record at 95 tied at reagan national. last time was 2002. boy oh boy, it's tough to take, while the humidity wasn't intolerable. i think it will take up tomorrow. dulles was 91, bwi, 94, you need to get ready with a twist it will be more humid. still holding on to a temperature of 80 in dc. 73 for manassas. feeling a little better. annapolis really warm with a southwest wind, 82. not getting much relief from the water. because of the wind direction. when we factor in the humidity, feels a little bit warmer. that 80 in dc feels four degrees warmer at 84 because of the humid conditions. it is a little bit more noticeably humid and you'll notice that again tomorrow. heat wave does continue going to forecast a high of 95 but it will feel like it's closer to 100 and an isolated
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be ruled out. the heat will begin to break down on thursday. seven-day forecast in minutes u.s. capitol police are warning people about a spoofing exam. someone is using phone numbers as part of a scheme to steal information. tisha lewis is here with the story and how you can keep from becoming a victim >> the take away is never ever, share identifying information with anyone as technology continues to i evolve, so do techniques crook use. to steal social security, bank account numbers, pass words, so much more, capitol police say it's investigating several incidents were offenders reportedly spoofed police phone numbers to trick people into proving sensitive information, it allows a caller to pretend they're someone else by disguising the number that show says
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display. the internet are filled with caller id offering free trials. they include offenders requesting money for people to settle a fake warrant, pay a crime, crooks requested payment form. >> bit coins even gift cards. here's most important part. at no time would any capitol police police employee request money over the phone, if you suspect the caller might be a fraud or you might be a victim. you can file had a complaint online with the federal communications commission, we did get a chance to speak with kim dine. he said the most important thing is to verify. >> always try to verify with whom you're speaking. even if it goes to the points of calling or getting a number and calling, so you can attempt to verify who they are and for whom they work. that's obviously very
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the second one is people should never, ever, give any type of personal information over the television. >> reporter: that was a quick chat we had via face time with kim dine who goes on to say, never give any information over the phone, including social security number and birth date. he suggests doing to identity the caller why they are calling. that's important to note. again, you can also file a compliant online if you think you might be a victim or call 1888-call fcc. tisha lewis. we have a warning for pet owners, firefighters had to rescue him from a burning >> the dog has gone from a survivor to a suspect. marina marraco is live in montgomery county they don't explain this one. marina. >>
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past 24 hours for this dog owner. he had three dogs in the home and had to call fire crews who had to administer oxygen and as they're treating that dog for severe smoke inhalation, and you'll see this picture here from montgomery county. fire crews as they try to help how the that dog. the dog owner says he gone out for a ride on his motorcycle because it was such a beautiful day and when he returned to his condo he could barely make his way through the smoke filled home t smoke so dense his couch's the carpet on fire after a batter for a vape device ignited. it could have been one of the three dogs that led to the house fire. >> it's likely the dog may have taken it from the other room, brought it in, played with it, whatever. damaged it to the point where the battery off gas or had a chemical reaction, enough where it caused a flame to started
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we had dogs started fires. by accidently jumping off and accidently hitting the knob. they're purely truly accidents. but there's preventive measures you can take. just keep things out of reach whether it be a small child or pet in this case. >> reporter: pictures of those three dogs, the one in the blue collar is the one that suffered several cuts and pretty bad smoke inhalation. there were two pet snakes removed. and montgomery county fire said they got the battery in question at a lab to try and determine how it caught fire. live in montgomery county marina marraco fox 5 local news northern virginia lost their parent in a matter of hours to what vienna believe was a murder suicide. they found her with a stab wound. sh
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investigator says that he had been arguing with her ex-husband. he left scene and drove to his home. he shot and killed himself a short time later. the divorced couple had two children and is a ballerina had a son from a previous marriage. president trump facing more trouble >> the districts and state of maryland are suing the commander in chief. >> the decision handed down today after the representative elect assault add reporter. on the final five, jeff sessions the attorney general will be in the hot seat tomorrow. we'll have a preview of what you can expect tonight at 11:30.
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president trump facing more legal trouble. the attorneys general in both maryland and dc are suing the president for continuing to maintain ties to his business and hotel and for receiving foreign payments. they say the practice violates a little known part of the constitution called the emolumentclaws. they say it
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competition for other businesses. >> i can tell you that as i look out window, and see the tower of the trump international hotel, we know exactly what's going on every single day. we know that foreign governments are spending money there in order to curry favor with the president of the united states. >> he has little respect for the rule of law and the court's ability to enforce the law >> the president stepped away from managing his business, they've been placed into a trust run bay his sons but the president remains the sole beneficiary of the trust. tonight another legal set back for president trump. a second federal appeals coolered ruled against his revised travel ban. the order limits travel from six prominently muslim countries to the u.s. they ruled the president
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against people based on nationality's failed to show why their entry into the u.s. would hurt american interest. on the hill, attorney general jeff sessions is preparing for his own appearance before the senate intelligence committee. he's set to face questions about his contact with russian officials during the campaign. he will testify about his involvement in the firing of former fbi director james comey. it's unclear whether he will testify in public or behind closed doors. sick and tired of you guys. you did the same thing. >> there was no video but there was audit of the incident. congressman arrested for body slamming a reporter the night before his election. he plead guilty for assaulting the reporter. a judge sentenced him to 40 hour
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20 hours of anger management. he agreed to pay $50,000 to the committee to protect journalists and to write jacobs a letter of apology. he agreed not to sue the congressman. a hot one day. did we set up a a record >> we tied. >> it was still -- 95 is -- that's a hot day in dc in june. early june. obviously we do it because we have records from that date several time we hit that. but the most recent was 2002. we challenge tomorrow. today's record was 95. tomorrow is 96. very close. we break out the old new record heat forecast. and also i want to let you know it will be a bit more humid which mines the heat index temperature or how it feels to your body is going to take up. love this picture. we did have
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chad said dc food safety said it was beautiful sunset over the track and he didn't mind getting a run-in late this evening, a nice suite run. that fiery look was the nats tearing it up tonight. they had a big night. you may hear more. we want you to be aware. 83 degrees, tomorrow we're going to be way above it. 95 degrees. by wednesday, a more reasonable 90 with thunderstorms probably coming through with a frontal boundary that will then help our temperature on thursday drop a full ten degrees to 80. it will end up probably being a four-day heat wave for us. 82 on friday. temperatures much more reasonable but the other thing you need to know about the end of the week is it will also be a little bit more unsettled which means chances for showers and thunderstorms are will also increase. a check of temperature as at 11:00, 80 in the district.
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71. annapolis one of the warmer at 82. a check of temperatures and we find that even new york which had such a cool spring, 85 at 11:00. boston 82. and chicago 80. that's kind of rough out there. st. louis at this hour, 87 degrees. little bit of cloud cover to our south, thunderstorms did not make it into the region. we may have an isolated shower around tomorrow afternoon in the heat of the date, at 8:00 in the morning, 79, hot by noon at 89, by 5:00, maybe a few thunderstorms, showers around and you'll be among the lucky if you get it. i don't think everybody will see it. our temperature at 5:00 should be right around 95. again, low to mid 90's just about for everybody feeling a little bit more humid tomorrow, which means that heat index feels closer to 100. bermuda high still pumping in the he's not.
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to us, could trigger a couple of thunderstorms but a much better chance that that happens on wednesday as the front moves into our area. your fox 5 accu-weather seven-day forecast looks like this. you saw the relief coming on the temperature trend notice the clouds do increase. chances for showers or thunderstorms are with us, pretty much right on through the seven-day period. saturday, maybe a thunderstorm, going to be about a 50-50 chance on father's day sunday 88. we got the front warm front moving through and getting us into the unsettled weather a little bit about 86 with showers and storms possibly the heat breaks but the showers and storms, the threat goes up a little bit as we progress through this week. that's your seven-day, tony over to you. >> thank you. an illinois congressman is introduced legislation to have presidential social media post classified as official presidential records. he's having fun with it. democratic mike quickly is calling it the
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it bill would amend the presidential records act to include social media, making it potentially illegal for president trump or any president to delete tweets. >> interesting. he wasn't on the guest list but that didn't stop president trump from crashing a wedding in new jersey anyway. moments after holding a news conference with the prime minister of japan. president surprised the newly weds. he posed for photos, shook hands with wedding guests and signed autographs. >> that's pretty cool. the president dropping into your wedding >> it was his club. he can drop in when he went >> ladies, if you love high heels, there is now had a place where you can turn your obsession in free food >> tomorrow on fox 5
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. check it out. it compares it's employees to soldiers. there we go. this is a new mcdonald's commercial getting backlash, compares employees to soldiers in the add, which airs in sweden, a voice over reads in uniform we're equal regardless of gender, background or sexual orientation. it doesn't reveal it's an ad from mcdonald until 45 seconds in. many are calling the add tone deaf. >> i get the point
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it misses the point. you can't compare a mcdonald's uniform to a u.s. service member's >> exactly. yeah, that diminishes the sacrifice involved. >> let's tell you a little bit about this bar in japan. they came up way way to attract female customers. my place customers offers women a discount on drink based on the height. heels must be two inches. the higher the he'll, the bigger the discount if you're willing to wear six inch heels. my guess is they want women to show up so they will keep the men coming in >> what about if a guy comes in with heels >> it's for women. >> i don't think you can do that. >> you can here they let women into bars free sometimes but the guys have to pay. >> they're trying to attract the guys >> i'm giving that >> you can wear
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final five get ready for another high profile on capitol hill. a new lawsuit filed against the president. another blow for the travel ban. the president's full on display and man are they nice. boe milania trump on moving day the final five, but first, we start up front. jeff sessions set to instead of before the senate committee and just like james comey testimony you will be able to watch. because sessions wanted it to be public. the senate intelligence committee is investigating russian


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