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kimberly: keep calm and carry on, the message from british leaders after another terror attack in london. from this reaction side of the pond, straight ahead. ♪ kimberly: one very big love in manchester. a celebration as ariana
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and a star-packed lineup try to lift spirits after the attack in manchester. and the trumps have a night out on the town. were they made their first appearance on the d.c. social scene. >> now, abc 7 news at 11:00 am on your side. >> it is time to say enough is enough. everybody needs to go about their lives as they normally would. kimberly: new developments in the terror in london. isis is claiming responsibility for the attacks that left seven dead and left four dozen injured. isight, a police officer being credited with gunning down three suspects. here is the latest. saturday evening shattered by brutal acts of terror. >> we heard a crash. a lot of loud noises. reporter: a white v
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london bridge mowing over helpless pedestrians. >> it was run, run, run, they have blades. reporter: three knife wielding suspect stabbing people at random. >> you never think you will see something like that. reporter: harrowing accounts, stranger standing up to the attackers, trying to determine disaster. >> terrorist cowards, and i awayd up a chair and i got so the police could see him. unleashinghe police 50 rounds, killing three suspects, all wearing fake explosive belts. authorities looking to root out any possible accomplices. >> we will understand more about their connections and if they were support
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may condemning the violence. >> we cannot and must not pretend things can continue as they are. things need to change. reporter: the mayor of london trying to reassure residents. >> there is no reason to be alarmed. reporter: and restore normalcy to a city shaken but resilient. this was the third terror attack in the u.k. since march, the second in just two weeks. individual will be held monday. kimberly: our team coverage of the terror in london continues with a show of support from the nation's capital. the attack was the talk of the town, from british pubs to the embassy. q mccray has more. . have been monitoring the british embassy since last night. people have been showing up, some dropping off flowers, support being shown around the
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>> it's despicable. it's murder, it's insane. terror happened more than 3600 miles away, but people send condolences. this british pub in northeast is where the union jack hangs proudly. the violence is a hot topic. atthe more terrorism strikes the grassroots level, the more people fight back. a crowd onowed into the famous london bridge and a group of people were stabbed in a market blocks away. tweeted, trump "whatever the united states can help out in london and the u.k., we will be there." hours later he criticized london's mayor. and dozensven dead injured in the mayor of london says there is no reason to be alarmed. >> tru
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mp felt he was soft in his response. unwise in ait is tragedy for people to try to grandstand. d.c. mayor muriel bowser says the city is prepared for the worst. >> washington is ever vigilant. we are the nations capital. our police department works very well with federal authorities. context, theme london mayor was telling disturbednot to be after the attack, not by the attack itself. and she mayor bowser says she knows of no credible threats to the city and the city will be more than prepared for next week. q mccray, abc 7 news. forerly: stay with abc 7 the latest on the investigation in london. updates on the victims and arrests and
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the attackers. that will be at a show of lovend not far from london, in manchester. ♪ kimberly: a sea of tens of thousands dancing, singing, cheering, celebrating, refusing to give in to fear. ariana grande back in manchester two weeks after the tragic suicide bombing at her concert. star packedrom this "one love manchester" coming up after this newscast. d.c. police motorcycle officer hit by a car on the national mall. this happened a little after 9 p.m. at 23rd street and independence avenue. the officer's injuries are not life-threatening. the driver stayed at the scene, near the lincoln memorial.
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summerlike heat. it was a beautiful weekend to be outdoors. that will change tomorrow, unfortunately. josh knight has the first look at the forecast. that's right, after our first drive weekend in about a month, we are bringing back the rain monday morning. this low-pressure is still coming together. it stays just to the south side of the sea throughout monday. -- the south side of d.c. throughout monday. cloud cover, staying dry all day and on evening. 0 tomorrow morning, the rain to the south of fredericksburg. putting this in motion, 10:45, the rain starts to move in. predominantly dry for the commute, dry to get the kids to school, but in the rain moving in. grab the umbrella. i will give you the timing for th
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temperatures this week coming it up in about 10 minutes. kimberly: whoever placed three nooses in d.c. is still at large, the most recent on the porch of a home. melissa shows how that community is responding. >> ♪ we are not afraid melissa: coming together to fight off racial intolerance, community members of all walks of life came together. >> we have to recognize this is our capital city. this city is defined by diversity and it will not tolerate this kind of hatred. this after the discovery of a noose hanging from the porch of a home in their community. >> you cannot speak hate and criticize people, mock
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catholic, jewish, whatever. melissa: mayor muriel bowser addressed residents to stay vigilant in tense times. >> as a city we are prepared to deal with acts of hate, hate speech, and certain hate crimes. we have asked everyone in washington, d.c., if they see something to say something. melissa: the crowd gathering to listen, rally, and pray to keep the hate out of their community. >> we need to show love. very big developments likely this week in russia. fired fbi director james comey is set to testify thursday before the senate intelligence committee. comey is expected to describe how the president pressured him intod the investigation possible collusion between russia and the trump campaign. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and acting
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of the fbi and remake cable also testify before the committee wednesday. tomorrow the president will announce a renewed effort to privatize air traffic control. supporters say it will allow a quicker switch to a gps-based system. countries like germany and angeda have made the ch without a problem. critics say the u.s. has the busiest and largest airspace in the world and privatization could put the system in financial jeopardy in a recession or 9/11-style terrorist attack. the president and first lady making their debut of sorts on the washington social scene. theaterended the ford annual fundraising gala. the theater is where president lincoln was assassinated in 1865. how a pint of pride has become a sign of perseverance amid the terror attacks in london.
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kimberly: honoring fallen first responders, family and friends gathered in annapolis at the maryland fire rescue services memorial. in emotional day for loved ones remembering those who gave their lives to serve others. or of the terror in london, a symbol of perseverance and distinct british humor. this man running away from it all with his pint. the picture went viral on twitter, not spilling a drop. god bless the brits. it has received tens of thousands of retweets.
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a beautiful summery day. josh: a lot of us were in the mid and upper 80's. as we head into the week, we get the gray weather. at least we had this weekend to really soak it up. starting off, still very mild. 75 degrees right now rockville. for some of us, not getting out of the 70's tonight. a warm start tomorrow. we are tracking this low-pressure starting to come together off southwestern virginia. where it goes will be predominately south of d.c. some of the latest guidance, meaning most of the rain stays further south of d.c. still worth taking the umbrella tomorrow, but in general not raining all day. tomorrow morning, about 70 degrees. district,tside of the the temperatures will start in the 60
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as the low comes together, working south of d.c., 10 a.m., the rain starts to get closer, but a lot of this, especially the heavy rain, staying further south of richmond. about lunchtime, showers overtake the area, but one and all. not raining all day long. off,t it will be on and not raining all day long, quick hitting stuff. monday evening, a push of a few more showers. the middle of the week, a very stubborn upper-level area of energy. this low-pressure does not what to move out, leaving us cloudy, cooler, and with chances of rain tuesday through thursday. you will really notice wednesday the cloud cover taking over. of very pretty the middle the week, not feeling like june, but the rain is on and off, not steady any of these days. tomorrow morning, cloud cover. the middle part of the day is when we have the best chance of
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thunderstorms as we get closer to dinnertime, the drive home. the rain most likely right around lunchtime, through about 4 p.m. after that, looking at drier weather. 78 degrees the high tomorrow, 76 tuesday. wednesday and thursday, highs just in the 60's. by the time we get to friday heading into the weekend, we start to change this pattern. the low moves out, the high pressure takes over and kicking off fairfax looks really nice, 79 degrees. heading into the weekend, back into the 80's. saturday looks like a chance of isolated thunderstorms. not a washout by any means. just a little extra humidity. cannot rule out storms. then we really get hot next week. kimberly: the basketball game was a little out of whack tonight. robert: kind of lopsided. that is what happens when you play the warriors.
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>> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. of the nbae two finals. the way the warriors are playing, it seems they are impossible to beat. steve kerr back on the sidelines for the warriors come out since april 19 with back issues. standing ovation. steph curry, a magician with the ball. fancy dribbling, goes around lebron, lays it in. later in the third, cleveland comes back. james find kylie
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-- find kyrie irving./ but golden state pulls away in the fourth. check out the drive by kevin durant. how do you stop him? he had a game-high 33 points. warriors win and lead the series 2-1. run, buteen a great none of that matters unless we can finish the job with this series. trust me, we know. this is the team last year we lost two. we are playing a really good, competitive team, dominant team. they have what, two, three losses all playoffs? now we have to go back there in this is where the series changed last year. robert: bryce harper is back for the nats, done serving his three-game suspension. nats
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ryan zimmerman because of this. intellect, gone, number 16 on the year, a three-run shot -- into left. top nine, daniel murphy to left. a few more runs scored. they needed those because the athletics scored six runs in the bottom of the ninth. nats hang on and win, 11-10. camden yards, o's-red sox. jonathan schoop down the left-field line, chris davis scores. 3-2 o's. top of the six, tied at 3-3, chris tillman throws it into the dirt. the throw goes into left field. a couple red sox score. o's lose, 7-3. hoops, the washington mystics playing very goo f
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big challenge today facing the 4-1 atlanta dream. shakes three defenders with a crossover. the nice kiss off the glass. the mystics led by nine at the break. 66-64 quarter, washington. 78-mystics win a close one, 72. maryland-westll, virginia, elimination game. the terps led 4-0, but the mountaineers scored eight straight runs. the go-ahead run. tennis, 10th seeded venus williams goes down in the fourth round of the french open, losing for the second straight year to the same player. venus won
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the first set before losing badly in the final two sets. now it is on to wimbledon for venus, next month. on the men's side, nadal and novak djokovic both won in straight sets. kimberly: how do you dribble around lebron? that blew my mind. introducing fios gigabit connection. superfast internet at an incredible price. with speeds up to 940 megs. that's 20x faster than most people have. and, it's just $79.99 a month online for 1 year. and only $5 more per month for the second year. get fios gigabit connection for $79.99 with tv, hbo for 1 year and multi-room dvr service for 2 years. all with a 2-year agreement. switch now at
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kimberly: a d.c. pastor and his family are looking for a new place to call home after a fire ripped through their old home in northeast. but neighbors are stepping up to lend a hand. she was on the computer and she heard this noise. she thought there was repairs in the alley, and then we heard boom and the windows burst. melissa: the pastor had just left his home in northeast to take his grandson to the doctor when he got a panicked call from his wife. >> she said the house is on fire. melissa: it appears the fire started in the back of the house. the man and his wife shared the home with her daughter, her two children, and his brother. >>
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is this really happening? the firemen are on the roof, cutting holes in the roof. melissa: his neighbors and church have stepped up to help the family. he tells me his faith is keeping him positive. >> just believe in god. i trust him. he has brought me through time after time. kimberly: good for him.
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