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chris lawrence is on assignment. you can count the time until election day with hours. >> we have team coverage. our reporters and anchors here and on the trail. here are your 4 things to know about the race. hillary clinton is about to take the stage in allendale, michigan. this is the picture. there's a rally scheduled in philadelphia. former president bill clinton will be there. and presidt she'll conclude her run for the white house with one final stop in raleigh. donald trump is hitting five key spot, florida, north carolina, new hampshire michigan and indiana. the next stop, scranton, pennsylvania. trump will close out his presidential campaign in grand rapids michigan. joined by his running mate mike pence. the latest poll shows clinton
shows her with a six-point lead. >> and there's last minute campaigning taking place today in northern virginia. presidential running mate, tim kaine holds a rally at george mason university. this is video of his earlier stop today in charlotte, north carolina. and trump daughters ivanka and tiffany campaign together. taking part in a town hall event this morning in manassas. >> the first open at 6:00 tomorrow morning in virginia. >> too soon for the candidates to take a break. steve handelsman is live in philly where that huge clinton rally is set for later tonight. hey, steve. >> reporter: hi, wendy, thanks. from philadelphia, a beautiful fall day here, this state, pennsylvania is one of those big
trying to pick off from hillary clinton. >> reporter: hillary clinton began her last day push in pennsylvania. >> i want to be the president for all americans, not just some. >> reporter: she leads by 4% nationally in our new poll. and will not be prosecuted for her e-mails, no change, after the fbi reassessment. donald trump raged. >> hillary clinton is being productive by a totally rigged system. >> rt a spring county in a battleground state, kim krantz deciding. >> i kept saying i wasn't going to vote. i probably will vote for hillary because i feel she's the lesser of two evils. >> reporter: sheila is staying with trump. >> both are very flawed. but to me, she is way more flawed than he is. >> reporter: between events in pennsylvania today, clinton goes to michigan.
win like florida, where he started today. >> i'm not a politician. my only special interest is you. >> reporter: president obama went to ann arbor to present a surprise. >> the good news, michigan, is you are uniquely qualified to make sure he does not get the job. >> reporter: more republicans early voted in georgia and arizona. more democrats in critical florida and nevada. but in pennsylvania where crews tonight, there's almost no early voting. now, here in pennsylvania, to try to get democrats out to vote tomorrow, hillary and bill clinton, barack and mirror shell obama and whole bunch of rock stars including bon jovi will be here at independence hall tonight for a concert and rally.
mega fitzgerald is at the decision desk with a look at what they're doing. megan. >> today, the justice department announced they will be suspending the monitor locations across the country. more than 500 monitors will be dispatched to 28 different states that includes virginia where polling places will be monitored in fairfax and prince william county. this is all happening because there's concern about voter intimidation. when you head to the polls, can report it immediately to election officials right there at your location. the justice department has set up a hotline to report any possible violations of the voting rights law. of course, the iteam is always looking for you, looking for concerns at the polls tomorrow. issues on the nbc washington app. kaine wrapping up his
julie carey is live from george mason university where they're preparing for his arrival along with other heavy hitters, snul jie. >> reporter: they're setting the stage for vice presidential candidate kaine and his wife. they'll be arriving here after two stops in north carolina today. they'll be joined by the couple they hope to succeed. vice president joe biden and his wife jill will be here with the help to get out vote this election eve. young voters. here's a closer look there at the setup there on the plaza outside of the johnson center. that rally set to start somewhere between 7:30 and 8:30 tonight. getting positive news. the final wasson center survey shows hillary clinton maintaining her six-point lead over donald trump. nats the same edge she held last week after her numbers dipped in the wake of fbi director comey's
now, because virginia has seemed somewhat less of a battleground than 2008 and 2012, tim kaine and hillary clinton have not made quite as many stops here as their republican counterparts. but you call after the democratic national convention, tim kaine with the solo rally back on his home turf of richmond, and that is where he wraps things up tonight, after his appearance here in fairfax. coming up on news4 at 5:00, the move of the ground troops. we spent of the folks working around the clock to get out to vote with their candidates. what's son their mind, approaching election day. back to you in the studio. >> reporter: i'm in manhattan where protesters and supporters gathering outside of trump tower. we'll tell what you they say with the trump movement and what is being done to prepare for his arrival here on election night.
your election day snapshots. we're looking for photos and videos on air and online. e-mail those to isee @nbcwashington.com. we're getting word on a scaffolding collapse in montgomery county. you can see chopper 4 rolling over there. you can see rescue crews arrived on the scene shortly after 11:30. this is o georgia avenue. two workers are injured and being checked for injuries right now. we want to show you a little video we thought moments ago. you can see workers with a stretcher taking a person to an ambulance. from the live desk, i'm meagan fitzgerald. >> a family friendly fall tradition goes from fun to frantic in a heartbeat.
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landover, the victim was hit late saturday night while trying to cross landover road near dodge park road. he was 29 years old and lived in landover. he died this morning at the hospital. the driver did stay at the scene. she said she wanted to disappear and she contemplated suicide. those are the words of the administration to the jury that found "rolling stone" libel defaming her for the rape on campus. nicole testified today as the jury considers the dollar amount for the damages. she's seeking $7.5 million. since that article, aramos lost her job as associate dean. they told the jurors she no longer has the same relationship she had with the students. the magazine has retracted that article and apologized.
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obama, as he makes his help the democratic ticket in the election. he's about to speak at the university of new hampshire. >> and from there, he heads to philly for a huge rally in independence hall with presidential nominee hillary clinton and big names in entertainment. and that includes bruce springsteen. >> it's a big push by clinton make a show in that battleground state. also another battleground, virginia is coming into heavy focus. >> and trump's daughters are in virginia.
trump daughters just met with supporters there. tom. >> reporter: wendy and pat, the room was full here at the red rose banquet hall in manassas. a big crowd turning out for tiffany and ivanka. their touching for their dad hoping to push purple state virginia into the republican column tomorrow. >> my fath creating prosperity for all americans. he's focused on jobs. he's focused on security. and he is an exceptional leader, as evidenced by his long history in business and his track record. i think as importantly, though, as anything else, he's also unbeholden to anyone other than the american people.
not the special interests. not the donors. he's doing this for all of you. and he'll never let you down. >> reporter: the children were off to another stop in sterling, at the trump golf course. coming up on news4 at 5:00, beale talk to some of the big supporters who are here in manassas. in manassas, tom sherwood, back to you. imagine 55 miles an our i-66 during rush hour. that's the promise of new express lanes recently approved for virginia. news4's transportation reporter adam tuss takes us through it's details. >> reporter: this is going to be the first of its kind for northern virginia. outside of the beltway, let me show you how this would work a little bit. two new express lanes alongside three regular lanes. now, you're probably familiar
inlanes, which promises you a speedy trip of at least 55 miles an hour, even during rush hour. well, these new lanes would be built basically from the beltway, all the way from gainesville, and it's got drivers talking. >> i pay for tolls, so if there's a way to get to work earlier, i'd do it. >> reporter: if all goes according to plan, construction can start next year. of course, think about that is going to cause some headaches. we'll have more coming up on "nbc washington" tonight on how the whole thing will play out. >> adam tuss. thanks, adam. it's a nice cool monday. is it going to get cooler? >> yeah, what about voting tomorrow morning, what are we going to wake up to? >> at the polls, it's going to be really chilly. if there's lines outside, you're going to need the coats, not just the jackets.
little bit. currently, we're sitting in the upper 50s to low 60s. winds out of the east at 3 miles per hour. here's the regional area. 58 degrees in quantico. 59 degrees. 56 in clinton. it's a little bit of a chilly afternoon for this time of year. not bad for all of this sunshine. this evening, if you're out and about, no matter what you're doing, it's going to be a little bit on the cold side. temperatures drop quickly after the sun lower 50s by nine, upper 40s by 11:00. there is a fog advisory in effect that includes d.c., anywhere along 95 and southern maryland. areas of fog will form. notice, frederick, hagerstown, leesburg, winchester, no advisory, but you, too, will see say frost. the difference, they are not issued once the growing season has ended. and it has ended for you. down towards the frost, freeze
spotsylvania county. and it continues to tomorrow morning. >> 40, d.c., 32 in manassas. 32 in culpepper, and 32 in leesburg. at the polls if you're out and about, a very cold start but a nice afternoon, high temperature of 68 degrees. thinking about when you can go. obviously work has big play in this. weather may, to it around lunch hour, looking really good. by 7:00, a lot of the polls close 7:00, 8:00, just chilly. take the jacket, take the coat if you're out there voting. high temperatures around the rest of the region. 66 in leesburg. 66 in frederick. 70ss down towards the south with culpepper and fredericksburg. a great election day. then it gets rather different here. the cold pattern sets up.
good chance of rain on wednesday. you'll need the umbrellas for sure on wednesday. veterans day looking okay with a high of 62. tom will have it at 5:00. once we get past the election, it will be time to focus on holiday shopping. now, the day we used to call black friday, now becoming a whole month. the buildup to the election but how you can overcome after making a big decision tomorrow. tomorrow, start your election right here on "news4 today." we're working for you. >> watching the linings and
said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney and i approve this message. i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask for your vote. and respectfully ask after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig.
it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. for any major retailers to cast their votes. they've already made a big decision about this year's all important holiday shopping season. details from nbc's chris clackum. >> reporter: the world's largest retailer amazon is among those no longer waiting for the single day shopping bon nasa black
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donald trump elected president. >> no, that is crazy, cuckoo. the fbi is not trying to help me. the fbi doesn't like me. i mean what even is the fbi. >> i'm going to grab some coffee, you want some? >> no, i'm good, thanks, sweetie. >> "saturday night live" airs an hour-long election special night at 10:00, followed by news4 at 11:00. expect to revisit the highlights and the lowlights campaigns. you can catch all of the most talked about clips in the nbc app. search "snl." one of the next best things to the i voted sticker is a selfie in the voting booth. >> not every polling place allows it. all depends where you live. what you need to know whether you vote. chris lawrence just arrived in new york city where both campaigns will watch the results
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now at 4:30, it's the final play for votes, as election day is now just hours away. republican nominee donald trump is spending his final day in five battleground states. he just wrapped up a rally in north carolina. now, he's headed to a rally in pennsylvania. >> a busy day for the outgoing commander in chief.
voters. about to address them in new hampshire. after this, he headed down to pennsylvania for a very large campaign finish with the first lady. with the former president bill clinton and presidential hopeful hillary clinton. a lot to keep tabs on this afternoon. megan fitzgerald monitoring all of it at our decision desk. megan. >> yeah, guys. we're in the final stretch here. more than 24 hours away from polls closing across the country, even candidate and the running mates are crisscrossing the country. i want to show now, hillary clinton in allendale, michigan. this is the second stop in the state in recent days. here's the thing, clinton is leading in the state but recent polls show her lead is shrinking. also a live shot on donald trump's running mate mike pence. he's speaking in erie, pennsylvania. an important face of the republicans. this is one stop pence has made today. he was in duluth, minnesota. and michigan earlier today.
of them if he wants to win the presidency. trump is trailing in pennsylvania. he's hoping for an upset there and of course several other battleground states. back to you. tomorrow night, both the trump and clinton campaigns will have watch parties in new york city. >> and today's efforts can be summed up in four words -- get out the vote. >> chris lawrence reports from the republican headquarters in staten island. >> reporter: well, guys, t this incredible, exhausting campaign. donald trump and mike pence are going to be here in new york city tomorrow night. to wrap up election night. win or lose, everyone is going to be wondering what he will say. until then, it's all about the get out to vote efforts. you can see volunteers, names, addresses. they've got everything mapped out, all across this country,
perhaps swing a state or two. again, this is it. we're going to be following donald trump right up until the end. we'll bring it to you live and on the nbc washington app. >> and when you're at the polls, we want you to keep an eye out for any kind of irregularity. the news4 i team wants to know of any long lines, vote flipping or anyone denied the right to vote. ca 202-885-4444. or e-mail tips @news4iteam.com. and there are other issues that people will be voting on when they enter the voting booths. legalize marijuana for recreation use. california, arizona, nevada, massachusetts, maine. for most states that means six
to an ounce. in maine, voters will be asked to legalize over 2.5 ounces. experts estimate this could bring in $1 billion in tax revenue alone for california. we want you to know, when are you planning to vote tomorrow? we want to know? it's our nbc washington flash survey. to weigh in, call in or head to the knicks washington facebook page. we're learning about another university of maryland students reported being shot by a bb gun. campus security say there were three incidents. a male student was hit between the engineering and bio molecular science buildings. a female student was hit while walking between the engineering building. another student hit between
of terrence sterling will be meeting. an officer fatally shot sterling after a crash between his motor cycle and a police cruiser. police say the crash was intentional. witnesses say it couldn't have been avoided. well, right now, people in oklahoma assessing the damage left behind by last night's major earthquake. a 5.0. it appears to have hit the town of cushing the hardes to 50 buildings there sustained substantial damage. well, despite that, just a few minor injuries reported. cushing is about 50 miles northeast of oklahoma city. and this is the third major earthquake to hit the state of oklahoma, just this year. good afternoon, and i mean that sincerely. it is a good afternoon.
here's a live view from our storm team 4's tower camera overlooking northwest washington on this monday afternoon. just a little less than half an hour away from sunset. still hard getting used to these late afternoon sun angles. and early sunset. sunset at 5:01. gorgeous autumn color there now. do you have any awesome autumn color pictures send them to me. right around 60 degrees. right an descends, the temperatures will plunge all the way down into the frosty cold, 30s and by 11:00. and tomorrow, light blue, frost vice other, purple zones, freeze warning for 8:00 tomorrow morning. we'll look at that and election day in the next few minutes. in the summer months, news4
many polling places for people with disabilities. what's changed since then? the whole world is watching our election. and that can be pretty stressful to say the least. to say the least. after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible
all of the much anticipated numbers will be coming to you from the network's brand new election center at 30 rockefeller center. the senior vice president of news specials, he takes us on a rare behind-the-scenes tour. >> reporter: this is the nbc news election center where we will be doing all of our election coverage into the day and well into the night. it's both a studio and monitoring operation for all of the voting going on across the country. just down the hall is the nbc news decision desk. the nbc news decision desk is the heart of the operation. that's where the numbers come in from the 50 different secretaries of state. bringing in the results, combining those with the exit poll and the models we have to be able to project the winner. looking forward is the nerve center of the operation. it whittles down all of the information all of the video
the control room to get ready for the broadcast what's going to happen. we have to be prepared to tell the story to bring that to the viewers. we are both excited and very well aware of the responsibility we have to tell the story to the american public. >> extended coverage of this historic election kicks off at 7:00 tomorrow evening with a special one-hour edition of "nightly news" with lester holt. news4 at 6:00. >> the holidays are coming and there's opportunities to donate food. imagine if your donations were multiplied, two, three, three-fold. that's what happens with the assistance center. the group is expected to serve at least 3,000 families during the holidays. the virtual food drive is an easy way for people to go online.
to donate. purchase it right there. and we will go and get that food for our families. we can buy three times as much food as you can in your local groceries stores. >> cereal and baking items are most in need right now. the group is also looking to buy more than 3,000 turkeys. if you'd like to donate, search food donation in the nbc washington app. on the eve of what's sure to be say landmark presidential election, washington is first at 4:00, how president obama is remembering janet marine flow, the first woman to rise to a very prominent office here in washington. and also, a word of warning if you plan to go out to vote tomorrow, you may be tempted to snap a photo in the booth. that's not allowed in some parts of the area. and if you're one of the rare people who is going to miss this election season and sad to see it go, you can revisit the
had two weeks ago. virginia once again to be a battleground state. >> reporter: it's a fight to the finish for battleground virginia. both sides going after voters in the commonwealth. especially millennials. >> i wouldn't want them to represent our views more correctly. i feel like we don't get represented because some of us don't vote. >> reporter: in candidate tim kaine delivered a message in northern virginia and richmond urging voters to choose clinton for president. prepping for a big rally started earlier at george mason university campus. with the clinton campaign buoyed by favorite new poll numbers. >> sitting at home, thinking my vote doesn't count seems like because everything is sliding
way. >> reporter: but donald trump is not giving up. sending his daughter ivanka to stump for votes in democratic leaning northern virginia this afternoon in manassas. trump's supporters waited hours, some as much as six hours to see him in loudoun county. not everyone cheered him on. a woman in the crowd interrupted the real estate mogul about disrespecting woman. young lady here. >> reporter: many are waiting to see the presidential campaign come to an end. >> it's not what i expected. but, yeah, at least i'm glad it's over tomorrow. people with disabilities say they found challenges getting into some of tomorrow's polling places. as a dozen locations lacked
barrier that could block people who use wheelchairs. days before the primary, the news4 i-team revealed a series of problems at local polling places including wheelchair ramps and doors that could not be open with people with disability. they've declined to specify what fixes have been made since june. in a statement they said we issues from election day and beyond. for a list of polling places go to the washington app and find the i-team report under investigation. depending on where you're voting you may not about allowed to take a selfie. in maryland, it's banded. but in virginia, there's no law that prevents people from snapping pictures. the same in the district where
the district are discouraging it. what a gorgeous afternoon. we're only about 12 minutes away from sunset. but the golden sunlight is skimming across the treetops here in northwest washington. a live view from our storm team 4 tower camera. you can see the national cathedral there in the distance. just to the distance there, the washington mon we have a wonderland of peak autumn color in the immediate area. all around we'll stay at near peak color for another day or two. there's another view looking off to the north and west. there, the color is gorgeous as well. it's past peak now. this area north and west in the darker color here. most of the shenandoah color past peak.
color zone from southern new england. into the weekend around the pay and the lower part of the eastern shore. this photo taken yesterday until bowie, love that posted in twitter. hovering around the 50s right around the bay. there's been a chill in the air this afternoon. it's been feeling nice in the sun, but quite chilly in the shadows. and there are around the jefferson memorial with the trees there around the tidal basin beautiful as well. by later this evening, we'll be back around 50 degrees at 8:00, by 10:00, upper 40s. by 8:00 torment morning, sunshine, low 40s in the metro area. by 10:00, mid-50s with bright sunshine. all of the areas in the blue, scattered frost in nearby suburbs. this is by dawn tomorrow in the purple zone. that is a freeze warning.
william and spots, haven't had a freeze yet. if you have any plants outside, bring them in, as it could harm them if you leave them out. for election day, planner tomorrow, it's going to be cold. mid-60s in the afternoon for the election, waiting outside of the polls it's going to be comfortable in the afternoon. in the 60s. and then tomorrow, upper 50s, rather, on wednesday. looking pretty nice. getting chilly next weekend. remaining dry. looks to be toward the middle of next week. that's the way it looking. >> nbc4 is working for you in the community. join us for the 30th annual walk to end hiv. it takes place on saturday, november 12th at freedom plaza. while you're there is say hello to news4's eun yang and aaron
joining the walkers and runners. all proceeds go to whitman health center. you can see all of the details including the timing of events and the exact start location in the nbc washington app search walk to end hiv. we are remembering the live of janet reno who died this morning in her home in miami. the first woman to ever serve as u.s. attorney general. and she did so amid controversy nbc's pete williams shows us why reno's popularity is also part of her legacy. >> are you having a good time? >> reporter: the nation's first female attorney general, held the job longer than anyone. president clinton's third choice, the first to have undocumented household staff, reno came to washington after serving as say family prosecutor for 15 years.
75 people were killed in a resulting fire which the fbi determined was set by those inside. she won praise for approving the plan. >> i approved it and i'm responsible for it. >> reporter: during the eight years in office, crime dropped steadily. the first decline in decades. she championed drug republicans blasted her for declining to do so over allegations of campaign finance violations by president clinton and vice president gore. >> we've got to do this as objectively and as carefully as possible. and that's what i'm committed to doing. >> reporter: but she did appoint kenneth star to investigate clinton's business deal. leading to the impeachment of president clinton over the
with his acquittal in the senate. and reno was criticized over the cuban boy elliott gonzalez. reno determined that he should be given back to his cuban father and ordered federal marshals to seize him at the home of relatives. >> i tried my level best to make sure we avoided this situation. >> reporter: because of her plain speaking openness to parody on "saturday night live," she got the last laugh. she left washington in 2001, saying she wanted to tour the country in a brand new pickup truck narrowly losing the primary a year later, ending a life of service she said was dedicated to the rule of law.
reno's family. in a statement calling her, an original, public servants whose intellect, integrity and fierce commitments to justice helped shape our nation's legal landscape." >> most of us are feeling the stress that coming with an election season like this one. some of the way i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose
any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
i'm luann bennett. over my 35
years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again.
before we know the winner of this year's election. but we don't have to wait to know how a lot of people feel about it. nbc's eddie garcia has more on the new study that shows more than half of all americans are stressed over this political cycle. >> reporter: it doesn't matter where you fall within the political spectrum, americans have been feeling anxiety about the 2016 presidential election. people we spoke to can vouch for that. >> this is the most >> i've never seen anything like it. >> reporter: and according to a recent study released by the american psychological association, election stress is being felt equally among democrats and republicans. some media outlets even have a name for it. election stress disorder. so what if it has to do with voters getting consumed by
beat the stress is through cooperation. >> everybody is going to be loyal to their own party. but i think we can rise above that more often than we do saying we can work together. >> reporter: candlelara patterson leads her local. >> this is away without party affiliation. >> reporte association is offering tips to counter stress. they recommend limiting 24-hour cable news consumption. avoid getting into arguments about the election. channel your energy into doing something good, something you love. better yet, volunteer and realize that your vote really does count. >> as for the exact number, the american psychological association says 52% of americans are reporting feeling stressed. about this election. >> announcer: news4 at 5:00
right now at 5:00 -- we're in the homestretch. in the race for the white house. >> the candidates for president make their final bids to the voters. >> i want to be the president for all americans, not just some. >> i'm not a politician. my only special interest is you. >> it's our top story tonight, the finish line. it's in sight out there. we're now less than 24 hours from the pol good evening, i'm wendy rieger. >> and both are focusing on get out to vote efforts. hillary clinton has two stops today in pittsburgh and philadelphia. at that later event, she'll be joined by her husband, the president and first lady and also vice president biden and bruce springsteen and jon bon
sure it remains a blue state. and the all important battleground of north carolina. >> donald trump has stops in five states. that includes pennsylvania and north carolina. he started in florida where polls show a virtual dead heat. tonight, he traveled to new hampshire and he closed out date in michigan where he hopes he can flip that state red. both candidates making their closing country. >> my contract with the american voter begins with a plan to end government corruption. when we win tomorrow, we are going to drain the swamp. >> the choice in this election could not be clearer. it really is between division or unity. between strong and steady leadership. or a loose cannon. >> and we're also getting a snapshot into where things