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who these people are marching in the streets. one week after donald trump was named our next president, protesters are still marching in the streets. >> it's a way for us to show the university and tell the university we are not going to stand for this.
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about the students who are protesting as part of an informal poll. we talked to 15 students. some say their parents pay for their tuition, others have student loans. roughly half of them do not have a job. all 15 of them are registered to vote. 13 voted for clinton, one voted for the libertarian, and the other --
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president-elect trump said. >> it's not ok. tim: the students say they will march again and we will let you know when they do. tim barber, abc 7 news. jonathan: mike rogers has been forced out. while no reason was disclosed, the remaining transition team members, including vice president-elect mike pence met in new york today. congressional democrats urged the president-elect to rescind his appointment of stephen bannon as a top advisor. >> by placing him a step away from the oval office, what message is people afraid to be a woman of color in america? >> the president will be judged on the results of the administration. jonathan: dr. ben carson said he has no interest in a cabinet position, but he is willing to help the administration. alison: montgomery county is working to stop hate. the county agreed on a
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including undocumented immigrants. this after a series of disturbing incidents, including swastikas in a bethesda school bathroom and a banner with graffiti in silver spring. >> apparently, some people think they are authorized now to say things and do things they would have thought twice about doing just a few weeks ago. alison: the latest data shows that minority now makes up -- minorities now make up one third of montgomery county. jonathan: a west virginia mayor is out of a job after showing support for a racist comment about the first lady. the comment referred to michelle obama as "an ape in heels." she has been removed from her post. the mayor has resigned.
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sunshine back again, daytime high temperatures above average for this time of year. looking at middle 60's across much of the area, downtown d.c. anywhere between 63 and 65. the temperature trend the next several days, above average temperatures until saturday, then a strong cold front on the way sunday. i will outline the forecast for the redskins game, and brace yourself for this. more on that coming up. jonathan: steve, thanks. we have a pedestrian that was struck by a car, a motorcyclist struck and killed in montgomery county. sky track 7 was flying along old columbia pike in burtonsville. the driver of the vehicle involved in the crash stayed on the scene. the circumstances are still under investigation, but it
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outside of the white house tonight in protest. but this is not against president-elect trump. instead, the crowd, including senator bernie sanders, speaking out against a controversial pipeline. tom roussey reports. tom: this was one of many protests going on across the country, the same day the company wanting to finish the dakota access pipeline help in federal court and seven days after the election. >> it takes on new urgency. tom: president-elect trump is for the pipeline, which supporters say is a safer way to transport oil and would make u.s. less dependent on foreign oil. >> hopefully donald trump would listen to the people. tom: the big issue is whether the pipeline builder ken lay pipe under a missouri river reservoir in north dakota.
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in a long line of injustice. >> we are always getting pushed, getting removed from our lands. tom: the standing rock sioux say that it threatens their culture and drinking water. tonight, they got support from senator and former presidential candidate bernie sanders. >> we do not want to allow a pipeline to invade you. tom roussey, abc 7 news. alison: a notorious school scandal is getting worse. deante caraway faces two new charges tonight. he was accused of filming sex acts between children at an elementary school in prince george's county. carraway now faces 15 charges.
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fighting back against crime with a warning about a terrifying phone call. some of the is calling people in prince george's county claiming to have kidnapped a loved one. they even use the persons name. at least a dozen people i been targeted. the caller demands a ransom. they often call multiple family members at the same time. the police say that you can protect yourself by limiting how much criminals can learn about you from what you put on social media. >> make sure that you are media. whatever you put on social media is always available, even if deleted. jonathan: in each case, the caller demands that money be sent to a puerto rican bank. be aware of those phone calls and if you get one contact the police immediately. alison: death and dying, something we don't like to talk about, but today d.c. took a step forward to allow what is being called death with dignity. the council agreed on a bill
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a doctor. jay korff reports. >> i've had a wonderful life. i still do. jay: former journalist and professional photographer mary klein hopes to lead a long life, but she has terminal ovarian cancer. >> i don't know how long i have left to live. jay: she has endured radical chemotherapy and treatment so radical her body is now breaking down. a death with dignity bill. if approved, klein said she would consider getting the medication needed to end her life. >> when i have just a few months more left to live, i would like the option of a peaceful death. jay: the d.c. council says safeguards are in place to prevent problems.
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ensure the patient is mentally competent and has less than six months left to live. the patient administers the medicine. >> nobody has to do this. it is the patient's choice. jay: mary klein captured life's complicity -- block city and beauty. nasa wants say and how she dies. >> -- now she wants a say in how she dies. >> i want to be with loved ones and coherent. we will see how that jay: back live outside of the wilson building, mayor muriel bowser is expected to allow the bill to pass into law. we do not know if congress will intercede or not. live in the district, jay korff, abc 7 news. jonathan: developing now, five student stabbed at a high school in utah. the police say the attacker is a
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sophomore, who was taken down by a school officer following the attack. the five victims are recovering with conditions ranging from fair to critical. the motive at this point is a big question. southwest airlines employee shot to death in the parking lot of an airport in oklahoma city. the suspected gunman was found dead in his truck after shooting himself. it happened at the will rogers airport. the police are not saying if other. alison: right now, a sweeping new ban on burning in parts of seven states. we've been telling you about raging wildfires going on for more than a week. there are now air quality concerns in atlanta, charlotte and several cities. authorities believe that several fires were set intentionally. two people today were arrested for arson. jonathan: chances are you will get one for christmas or honda
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kah, but gift cards can in my future, i'm twice as likely to have a stroke. 26% more likely to develop an irregular heartbeat. i have a 65% higher chance of developing diabetes. no matter who we are, these diseases can be managed or prevented when caught early on. because with better research, the right medicine, and with doctors who help keep me healthy to begin with, we will thrive.
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alison: billions of dollars are spent on gift cards every year. odds are that you will receive one over the holidays. but billions of these gift cards are stolen. horace holmes introduces us to an arlington woman believes money was swiped off the gift card before it was even in her hands. prevent it from happening to you. horace: she had no idea when she and her family purchased $4400 for kitchen appliances. she was caught in the middle of a battle. with best buy, the company where they purchased the appliances. >> the products are great. we ordered them from best buy because they had a special
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$400 best buy gift card. horace: within days she received this gift card in the mail. perfect. she would use the money to buy other items in the kitchen. the problem is what you went to best buy to redeem the car -- >> there was $10 on the card. horace: she called best buy to find out what happened and gave the company the account number on the card. the representative told her the card was used at one of its stores in columbus, georgia, 750 miles card she received was in transit with the u.s. postal service to her house. she was told the card was used again at the same georgia store a few days later to buy dvd's. when she reported this to best buy -- >> they said the card was little with $400, sorry, it's the same as cash. horace: this is a detective with the metropolitan police
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looks like a classic case of cloning. >> this is a cloning device. horace: an inexpensive skimmer that anyone can buy, swipe, and copy information off the magnetic stripe on the original card, then take a blank car -- >> you transferred to the new mag strip. horace: 7 on your side contacted best buy and a spokesperson told us this is in no way a case of gift card cloning. issued to another customer on the same day as that customer received a card intended for her and used it. she is skeptical. >> there could not be a gift card being cloned. horace: best buy and other companies have in the past been stolen from with gift card cloning. nearly $1.5 billion is stolen by
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alison: best buy says this was not a case of card cloning. she tried to clear the matter with company for weeks and it was not until 7 on your side called best buy that it apologized for "a miscommunication." they gave her $400 in store credit. jonathan: nearly 50 million americans are expected to travel over thanksgiving. there is a new way to keep track traveler's information are embedded into luggage tags. that chip gets scanned as the bag is loaded onto an airplane. if the airplane -- if the bag is on the wrong flight, the conveyor belt stops, notifying ground crew something is wrong. passengers can check on their bag's progress using the app. alison: united airlines is offering basic fares, which
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to carry less stuff. the basic economy fare allows only a personal item, like a purse, backpack, or briefcase. you are not allowed a carry-on suitcase. you still get food and drink on the flight. you cannot get the seat assignment until the day of. and if you're traveling with others, there are no guarantees you will sit together. steve: the temperatures right now in the 30's and 40's, nighttime lows 38 to 45. the wind out of the west at five. tomorrow morning, you will need a light jacket early on. it will be a cool start to the day as you walk to the metro stop, grab a cup of coffee, upper 30's, lower 40's. through the midday, the temperatures warm up nicely. lower 60's for the panhandle of west virginia. closer to the d.c. metro, 60 to 65, a really nice day around the
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cooler across southern maryland. la plata and charlotte hall about 62, stafford and fredericksburg highs around 65. the stormwatch 7 futurecast, dry tomorrow morning. make sure that you have your sunglasses as you head out for the rush-hour commute at midday, looking fantastic. a few added clouds lay the day should not amount to a whole lot. moving into late tomorrow night, early thursday morning, the skies clear, meaning another beautiful if you have traveled plan saturday, getting out of town early, up and down the east coast the temperatures generally in the 60's, lower 70's. a cold front just off to the west will bring us a huge change for the day sunday. highs in d.c. sunday will only be in the 40's, the windchill factors in the 30's. the 70 outlook, 64 thursday, 68
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we have the montgomery county parade. brian van de graaff in julie wright will be there. sunday, highs in the middle 40's, for the redskins game. brace yourself, the windchill factors in the lower to middle 30's, it chance of snow flurries. upper 40's monday. and they sneak peek at thanksgiving, we are calling for middle 50's with partly sunny skies. alison: steve, thank you. mca special march of dimes gala, recognizing women who are dedicated to serving our community. it is called the heroines of washington. it was an honor to honor those who make the world a better place. regulations to the winners. this is the murray family. we have to thank them for sharing their story of what a difference the march of dimes
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alison: no politics on the airplane?
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during the election. >> i understand everyone has an opinion, that's fine, but have the common decency to respect each other's. opinions alison: he later said if you cannot keep your political views to yourself, you have to get another airplane. jonathan: how much would you pay -- or not -- to have self tying shoes? the self lacing hybrid apt to say that in the title? -- they will cost $720. alison: whoo! jonathan: i'm not kidding, $720 for sneakers. select users will get early access to the app. alison: what if they get stuck
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>> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. erin: we knew the game to make between georgetown and marilyn would be close and dramatic. in the end, it came down to a block at the buzzer. the hoyas looking like they're pulling away with it. the hoyas with a seven-point lead, but the maryland terrapins would not quit. hello trumbo weave -- melo trimble weaves past the defense, and in the wheels fell off. final chance for georgetown. takes it to the basket, blocked. maryland wins 76-75. look at mark turgeon. an incredible comeback. heartbreak for the hoyas. >> we have been on the lucky
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and eight minutes out, both times they were up six or eight and we were able to come back. >> just for them to go out there and play the way they did was very special. >> too many mental errors at the end. is hard sitting here to find something positive, but i think at the end we have a lot of things we can learn from.
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is he gone?? finally, i thought he'd never leave... tv character: why are you texting my man at 2 a.m.? no... if you want someone to leave you alone, you pretend ke you're sleeping. if you want someone 's what you do.alone, if you want to save fifteen percent or more car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. tv character: taking selfies in the kitchen does not make you a model. you love all-day breakfast. but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites. but now you can get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. like hearing the sound of your own voice. get more choices you love, now with all day breakfast. alison: final look at the weather? steve: tomorrow will be really nice. we keep it going into the first half of the weekend. middle to upper 60's, near 70 friday. a cold front late saturday. sunday, middle 40's.
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jonathan: jimmy kimmel is next.
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, casey affleck. from "dancing with the stars," laurie hernandez. judge james and music from garth brooks. and now, while we're at it, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi, there. welcome. thank you. hi, everybody, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. it's very, very sweet. i hate to start with bad news


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