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some have it, some don't. when the odds are stacked against you, you either hide or stand up. at strayer university we've seen it in our students for 125 years. and if you ever think of quitting, our success coaches will be there to pick you up and work with you every day to put you on the right path. it's time. strayer university. let's get it, america. at the end of the day, hate does not win. jonathan: standing ag
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at the african american museum of history and culture. >> it makes me extremely angry. alison: a growing incident at arlington national cemetery. jonathan: and footage of the dwi arrest of tiger woods. this is a day that has shown us this museum is more important than ever. jonathan: first, a symbol of hate and violence at a place designed to celebrate a quality. alison: a disturbing investigation after a new's was found at the national museum of african american history and culture. jonathan: that is where tim barber joins us with the latest. the news was found in the segregation exhibit, just below the lower lobby. last week there was another news found hanging on a tree on the other side of the mall near the hirshhornus
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american history and culture is a place to learn, be inspired, to overcome hate. >> this day has shown us that this museum is more important than ever. tim: museum officials discovered a news here this afternoon. this mother and six-year-olds all the park police were investigating. >> its shocking in 2017 we still have this type of bigotry. tim: a reminder of the pain that african-americans have gone through. white mobs murdered african-americans and burn their properties in tulsa in 1921, because a black man was falsely accused of assaulting a white woman. the museum reminds all-americans about resilience, whether following the race riot or the racist act like tonight. >> hate does not win. tim:
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cameras here, but investigators have not said if they have captured anything. tim barber, abc 7 news. this just days after another news was found on a tree outside of the hirshhorn museum saturday. the police are still investigating. steve: stormwatch 7 first forecast this wednesday evening, lingering showers right now, but i guarantee you will not see them early tomorrow morning. tomorrow looks a whole lot better than today. no showers or thunderstorms, and a little cooler. sunshine, upper 70's, near 80 degrees. hoping we keep the trend going into parts of the upcoming weekend. better changes on the way for saturday. talking sunday a chance of thunderstorms. more on that coming up. jonathan: our first look at video of tiger woods'
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the police say he was asleep behind the wheel. a breathalyzer found no alcohol. woods claimed that it was someected reaction to medication for back surgery. there was damage to his car. woods will be in court july 5. alison: the search for a man who solemn memorial day event at arlington national cemetery. the police a that he groped a young girl multiple times at a morning event. they have their picture -- they have his picture in a putting it out now with an appeal to find him. anna-lysa gayle has the investigation. alison, memorial day was supposed to be a day of reflecting on those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, but instead authorities say this man was up to no good. they are hoping this flyer will lead them to him. >> this place was
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you could hardly turnaround in the visitor center. thousands while honored the fallen on memorial day, the fbi said this man repeatedly was inappropriately touching a young girl while standing in a crowd, around the same time president trump was laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier, around 11 a.m. angry.akes me extremely anna-lysa: he has described as an hispanic man between 5'5" and 5'7", between 50 and 60 years old with short, spiky, gray and black hair, wearing a blue or gray short sleeve shirt with dark blue shorts. this vietnam veteran who visits the cemetery every day hopes the suspect is taken off the street soon. >> i hope and pray they do catch the perpetrator and throw him into jail for a heck of a long time. anna-lysa:
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we reached out to arlington national cemetery. , butdid not have a comment if you recognize this man, give the fbi washington bureau a call. anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. jonathan: terrifying images tonight from inside the pulse nightclub massacre. the footage is straight from the body cameras of first responders. alison: a warning that this footage is disturbing. nancy chen is here with this. this as we approach the one-year anniversary. right, horrifying images from inside the nightclub while the shooter was still barricaded. [gunshots] this is video from the body camera of first responder startedafter mateen firing inside of the nightclub almost a year ago. a chaotic scene as they sweep the club, guns drawn.
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other injured. the siege finally ending with the police storming the bathroom where the gun man was hiding, killing him. the local community is planning orlando united day for the one-year anniversary on june 12. jonathan: there is an investigation under way after a lid the m ion battery -- lithium-ion battery call fire on a jetblue flight that made an emergency landing in michigan after a bag holding a laptop started smoking. damage to hurt, no the plane, but passengers were shaken. >> shocking and scary. i've been flying for 17, 18 years, and none of that has ever happened to me. over in-flight fires have grown and the trump
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requiring laptops be placed in the cargo hold of international flights. alison: scary moments on a malaysian airlines plane in australia. a man rush the cockpit claiming to have a bomb. whole airport was placed on lockdown after the tense moments. the crew subdued the man and he was taken into custody. the device was harmless and nobody was hurt. the man has a history of mental illness. weapons found, a man staying at the trump hotel in d.c. is now under arrest. moleslice arrested ryan of pennsylvania. they found an assault rifle, a glock handgun, and the 90 rounds of ammunition inside of his car. toldolice say that moles somebody about the guns in that person called the police. it is not known whether he posed a threat. moles told officers he is a veteran with ptsd and he likes president trump. jonathan:
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climate change from the white house. president trump will announce tomorrow whether the u.s. will remain part of the paris climate accord. the president said he will make the announcement tomorrow in the rose garden. commercial investigators are looking into whether jeff sessions failed to disclose another meeting he had with russia's ambassador during the campaign. fired fbi director james comey is expected to testify publicly before the senate intelligence committee as early as next week. say they heto comey will confirm the president was trying to pressure him to end the bureau's investigation into possible collusion between trump's campaign and russia. alison: amtrak is suing union station over ads for delta airlines that are essentially saying the ads are costing them business. amtrak wants them taken down. throughout union station, between scrolling ads for ice cream
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digital ads for delta airlines. in a lawsuit, union station's amtrak, says the ads are a no-no. amtrak says in its lease that in no event shall the landlord install any signs on any part of the station that advertise transportation services that compete with those offered by amtrak without obtaining their prior written consent. the question becomes, is delta a competitor with amtrak? does an airplane compete with a trained? would you consider the plane versus train as direct competitors? >> ywes. tom: other passengers disagree. do the ads have any influence on you? >> no, not really. >> i would consider an airplane in an emergency, but i don't like heights. tom: amtrak says that delta flies from reagan national too
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to. noturce says they do consider delta a direct competitor to amtrak. tom roussey, abc 7 news. fake movie money is circulating, this time at a while law in fredericksburg. the man in the picture asked a clerk for a change for a $100 bill. the bill was fake, the kind that they use in films. the police are searching for the man and woman in these pictures. if you have information, the police would like to hear from
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because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone. this will ruin your commute. this was a scene in colorado. this massive tanker fire shutting down the highway. this,d about what caused but a witness said that a crew working nearby pole the driver from the burng
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there is no word on his condition. alison: a former rising figure dropped from the list of guests that the baltimore book festival. rachael was supposed to appear to promote her new book about race. invite itas been un- festivalgoers decided to rescind her invitation after numerous complaints about her scheduled appearance. >> shame on them. they are family, friends, but shame on them to invite a person of that ilk into this community. former headwas the of the spokane, washington, naacp, sparking controversy when she led others to believe that she was black, even though both her parents are white. jonathan: parking changes at reston town center and backlash and a lawsuit when they started charging for parking last year. they're expanding hours for
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parking. during the week you can park free for an hour before having to pay the fee. >> i think the changes are going to be beneficial to the businesses, but it will hurt some of the people who work here because it may be tough to find spots. jonathan: there were also complaints about the payment technology or lack thereof. doingner said they are updates this summer. alison: 7 on your side consumer headlines, and more payless shoe stores are closing. the total number of closures is now around 800. the company filed for bankruptcy earlier this year. experts say it is suffering because of the rise of online shopping. jonathan: how about hopping onto an airplane without a paper ticket? jetblue wants to stay in your face before you board. they are testing facial recognition scanners to match you up with your passport photo. they are just doing this for boston to aruba
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future with a patent for a shipping label that includes a built-in parachute. the goal is to drop your package from drones to your doorstep. the concept is happening overseas, but it's not legal in the u.s. as of yet. alison: the former first family keeping their roots in d.c. the obamas author home in the kalorama section of d.c. eight bedrooms, 9.5 baths, costing more than $8 million. and the power of positivity, especially in school. jonathan: teenagers at an areate new york high school writing encouraging sticky notes and putting them on bathroom mirrors. it was a simple idea from one student. gave megot so happy and hugs. one of them said i was facing bullying since i was in sixth grade and this makes me feel genuinely loved. jonathan: a wonderful idea that has sprea
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within the school. alison: they said it's an important reminder that everyone can make a difference. may have the beatles coined the phrase "here comes the sun." nasa. is alison: planning to alison: try to touch the sun the parker solar probe is set to launch next year. launcheeks after it will zoom by venus and come closer to the sun than any other spacecraft before. >> i think we have come as far as we can in looking at things. probe is named for eugene parker, whose theory of solar wind revolutionized science's understanding of the sun. this is the first time nasa has named a spacecraft for a living person. about this heat wave marketing frenzy for the new doritos chips happening in duluth, minnesota. jonathan: skydivers and a helicopter
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pped the samples to a waiting crowd below. start sweet and then give a burst of spicy on the back end. kind of like steve. steve: it's amazing what people do for free food. we hit 80 degrees earlier today. right now 63 dulles, reagan national 66. stormwatch 7 satellite and radar, quiet and dry around the immediate metro. garrett county and allegheny county's looking at a few showers around cumberland. cumberland, due west, a light show right now. it will not last much longer. all of this moves to the east at about 25 miles per hour. around the capital beltway, no problems silver spring or alexandria or college park or tysons, looking good this evening and overnight. nighttime lows 56 to 63,
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partly cloudy skies. the humidity begins to drop a bit, the wind out of the northwest at about five. tomorrow morning, no need for the umbrella. tomorrow, sunglasses all day long. wake up temperatures upper 50's, lower 60's. daytime highs eventually make it to about 80 degrees. futurecast, proof that you will not need the umbrella for the day tomorrow, putting this in motion, hardly any clouds to speak of. we continue that trend through the afternoon and evening. outdoor dining tomorrow night looks nearly perfect. barbecuing, take advantage of it. another round of wet weather is on the way. tomorrow into the lower 80's. just a few clouds in the late afternoon, early evening. it is dry all day long. the heat index values, nothing to worry about for the first day of june. the feels like temperatures just about 80 degrees. we cool down a little bit tomorrow evening.
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better. lower 80's. by sunday, we have clouds and thunderstorms. the temperatures at about 80 degrees. not a total washout, but if you have beach plan sunday, you may want to find alternate plans. the 10 day outlook, once we get through the weekend, 83 monday, if you thunderstorms. a few of those stick around
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alison: a quick dose of cute. this is the debut of fiona the baby hippo, an internet sensation thanks to photos and video from the cincinnati zoo. she is learning how to navigate the water with the help of swimmers. so cute. happening tomorrow, one of our favorite events can even though it may make you feel less smart. jonathan: you think? >>
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please? jonathan: the national spelling bee happening at national harbor. this week has been preliminary, tomorrow is the real deal. most of these kids are younger than 14 and are like human dictionaries. alison: new rules are in effect to help the kids prevent a tie. jonathan: that does not work there will be a cage match at the end. there is a six-year-old girl in there who was fantastic. alison: she is adorable. remember that skit where they said they needed the lyrics to a khalifa song? the nationals may be without bryce harper for a few days but are not showing signs of slowing
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season showing no signs of stopping. the nationals lead 3-0 now in thefourth. in orlando, coming close to tying the game late. gets past the keeper, but the shot was blocked. then the goalie ran back, makes the incredible save. this was fun. punches the ball away at the last second. d.c. falls in orlando ,2-0. second game of the stanley cup finals, the predators in pittsburgh. through the second, but the penguins broke it open in the third. the floodgates broke, three 1 the in the period, 4 final as pittsburgh takes a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. we are excited the nba finals start tomorrow, tip-offom
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between the warriors and cavaliers tomorrow is at 8 p.m. right here on abc seven. jonathan: production? erin: reporter warriors. you?
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alison: last word? steve: it will be nice tomorrow. the temperatures will be in the lower 80's. and friday. friday, a beautiful day. a few showers late saturday evening. had betterish i news, but looks like rain and thunderstorms, cooling down the middle of next week. jonathan: what are you giggling for? jimmy kimmel's next. alison: have a good one.
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