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news 4 today starts now. oh yeah, it is warming up out there and you're going to feel the athlete week. storm team 4 tracking when thunderstorms might get in the way of your plans. >> does anybody remember who our opponent was? huh? >> day 101 and not far from the campaign trail, the familiar messages as president trump looks ahead to the next challenges. back ahead and jake ahead, and he has scored. >> that's not over, but it is certainly not looking good for the cats either. big obstacle they're going to have to overcome to
stanley cup dreams alive. tough night. for the home team. the wizards moving on. let's not lose all hope here, but certainly the capitals have a tough road to climb. penguins are tough. >> that was a tough loss as well. new day, new sunday morning -- >> turn the page. >> turn the page. glad you joined us. i'm angie goff and this is adam tuss. >> we want to talk about the heat, it feels like summer time out there. our storm team 4 meteorologist is here. >> yeah, we were sizzling on saturday, tied the record high of 91 yesterday afternoon. but today, it's going to be about 10 degrees cooler. clouds floating through, low clouds racing through here. sunrise about ten minutes away. and we are nothing on storm team 4 radar, all clear and dry. temperatures in the 60s and low 70s. reagan national is at 73. hour by hour
cooler today climbing into the upper 70s by early afternoon hovering near 80 midafternoon. storm chances, look at that coming up in just a few minutes. >> thank you very much. right now if you need to drive along 95 south this weekend, avoid the area near dale city. vdot reducing the route from two to three lanes. ramps leading in that area will also be closed, accept to emergency vehicles. and you can expect long back-ups and plenty of delays. president trump marking his first 100 days by holding this rally in pennsylvania last night. it was a siege touting his record while also going after the national news media. chris palone has the details. >> reporter: at a rally in harrisburg, pennsylvania, donald trump was a hit. >> i love this state. >> catapulting him to the white house from bashing journalists.
msnbc are fox news. fake news. >> reporter: and hillary clinton. >> does anybody remember who our opponent was? huh? >> reporter: repeating popular campaign promises, most important to his sporters. >> we are going to save american's health care and repeal and replace that disaster known as obamacare. we are going to keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. oh don't worry, we're going to have the wall. don't worry about it. >> reporter: what's different? trump has been in office for more than three months and despite he's claimed more in 100 days, most ideas yet to get off the ground. >> that's laughable. it's beyond the level of exaggeration. in fact his first 100 days won't
one thing, neil gorsuch. that's it. >> reporter: the time in history on his side, many presidents have had successful turns after a slow start. he's shown he can rally voters. whether he can win the support of congress is still unknown. chris palone, nbc news. >> and while the president was rallying supporters in pennsylvania here in d.c., journalists were gathering for the white house correspondents dinner. >> sleepy eyes this morning with president trump deciding to skip this year's event, the dinner focussed on the importance of a free press to democracy, it wasn't all serious. the headliner from the daily show had plenty of jokes with much of his focus on the president. >> the leader of our country is not here. and that's because he lives in moscow, it was a very long flight. it'd be hard to vlad to make it. it's a saturday. it's a saturday. as for the other guy, i think he's in pennsylvania because he
>> oh. white house correspondent's association also handed out scholarships to 23 budding journalists. >> many of them good. congratulations. thousands of people gathered in downtown d.c. to march for climate change and the environment. yesterday's demonstration coincided with similar protests happening around the country in what is being called the people's climate march. started in front of the u.s. capitol, made their way up to the white house before ending with a rally at the washington monument. it marked president trump's 100th day in office. you won't want to miss "meet the press." chuck todd will have an exclusive interview with mike pence and susan collins. chuck will join us in studio for a live preview coming up a little later in this hour. and the caps though, they are in a big hole in the quest for the cup. now down two
losing the penguins last night and the penguins beating them 6-2. >> and they were off to such a good start. things were looking bright in the beginning. looking to bounce back for a win tomorrow night in game three. carol maloney has a look at all that happened. >> reporter: the capitols dominated the first period here saturday night. all their chances, they came up empty and maunted. the penguins chased brady from the net in the final period and crushed the caps 6-2. washington now in a deep hole in this series and they're headed to pittsburgh. the caps rung the post three times in the game and the penguins capitalized on their opportunity. braden's glove. this goal seals the net, hold after the second period. >> he wasn't as sharp as he can be for us. he's a game changer for us.
game, i just looked to change the mojo a little bit there. >> playoffs are made out of big moments and, you know, on that third goal, that's a big moment that's where your goalie needs to come up with a save. >> reporter: the penguins netted two on his replacement as well. a disappointing defeat inspiring a players only meeting after. >> what was said in the locker room after? >> none of your business. we can see the path to success. we played really, really well the first day. rewarded. >> not going to say whoa is me and i can't believe it. hey, you make your own breaks and i truly believe that. and we're going to work our butts off to get one in our column. >> reporter: this could be the worst possible scenario for the caps, down two games. there's questions about their starting goal tender, and they're headed to pittsburgh for game three. silver lining, it's a best of seven series, but the caps only have five
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all changed yesterday when 40 volunteers from the group rebuilding together help picked up their home. >> the organizers fixes about 100 houses a year. that's what they continue to do. great for them and happy. you take it for granted sometimes. it's so important. >> yeah, good for them. tom, are, looks like natural air. things cooler than yesterday. scorcher. >> much more comfortable than yesterday afternoon tieing the record of 91. around the region, low clouds. there's the view from the storm team 4 power camera looking off to the east. now the sun came up, couple minutes ago at 6:11. we got some low clouds passing through us right now. and but they'll be breaking up here as the morning progresses. temperatures in the upper 60s near 70. reagan nationat
we're all dry on storm team 4 radar. and as we go forward into the afternoon hours, we'll stay dry here in morning. just clouds around. later this morning, the sunshine breaks out. then as we go to the afternoon hours, 2:00 p.m., showers and thundershowers may be popping up in the panhandle of west virginia. those passing north and west of the region during the afternoon hours by 5:00 p.m., maybe the nearest thunderstorm may be around frederick in frederick county, maryland. then it races off and we'll have a partly cloudy evening coming up. there is your planner for today, temperatures will be cooler. will be in the low 70s by 10:00 a.m., but that sunshine breaking out. mid-70s by around 3:00 in the afternoon or so. but up near 80 degrees by late afternoon. and those storms passing north and west. mild and comfy evening coming up. 10:00 p.m. near 70 for the morning commute, sun glare tomorrow morning. partly sunny, dry roads, noontime, upper 70s. low 80s heading back home. still dry road. after that that we'll
thundershowers and thunderstorms moving in. that's going to be latd on monday. maybe into monday evening. before then, breezy and warm, but then cooler weather moves in, tuesday, wednesday, looking delightful with high upper 70s tuesday near 70 on wednesday. then some showers are looking likely on thursday. late afternoon into the evening hours, and a wet friday now is looking likely with some showers coming through ending by friday night. then dry next weekend and highs near 70. that's the way it looks. >> thank you, tom. reporter's notebook up next. >> we're back in 15 minutes with more of the mornings top stories. good morning, i'm pat lawson holmes. this question is being hotly debated. kenyan mcduffy is contemplating reducing the district's supply of a affordable housing. tom sherwood and tracy wilkins are here with us this
welcome both of you, and tom, this was your story, we'll start with you. a lot of people, thousands in fact do this to make extra cash by renting out the rooms or their homes, but this battle isn't about them, is it? it's about the folks doing this full-time. >> well, that is part of the battle. this is a big issue. airbnb is worldwide. this is an issue in big cities. who can just rent out their home? there are regulations, zoning rules, fire and safety rules. look, we've got too much unregulated business going on here. it's not homeowners making a few bucks overnight. it's commercial businesses renting out empty apartment buildings or taking them off the market that are under rent control and putting them up airbnb where they're making money and there's no regulation. huge crowd turned out. people are afraid they're going to lose their right to rent out their own home. mcduffy
to make sure we regulate the commercial operator of multiple units. and that's where he's headed and of course the room was filled with people. >> and in fact, the team went after a d.c. landlord department building. >> the attorney general of the city went after a company that has like four different buildings and they're advertising on airbnb to the short-term rentals. and it does take those apartments off -- we have a big housing crisis in the city. and this takes them off the market because if you can make a fortune renting them out a few months out of the year, why are you going to do that? >> tracy, we don't see it happening so much in counties like prince georges, do we? >> we're not hearing complaints from prince george's county. the way it operates, higher level in d.c. and premium because of the location and being an option to some of the hotels and part of the issue of
tourism is a huge industry in d.c., obviously. so those folks have reasons to be concerned about business and how it's impacting and the fact that they have to deal with regulations that airbnb owners don't have to. >> where do they stand? >> the hotel industry? >> yes. >> they want the toughest regulations on these organizations. they say the hotels say they're not going after the individual homeowner. and they say this is not backing their business that much yet. they're subject to tremendous regulation and if you're going to run in many hotels, you should be subject to the same regulation. >> all right. uneasy moments from local residents and workers in fact who saw police, s.w.a.t. teams in full tactical gear carrying out an emergency response. it was a coordinated rehearsal. a response to simulated attacks at six separate locations. tracy, you covered this forus. they took place in d.c., ma
caused concern where people who live there were notified. of course if you didn't get the message or didn't check your e-mail and didn't know that this was happening. or just weren't included in the net of people who were informed. it was interesting to walk down the street and see what was unfolding. it also included military personnel, ambulances, first responders. this was all put together. and the point of this operation was to make sure that all of the local jurisdictions are communicating the way they're supposed to communicate. if there is a terror attack or there is something that happens in the corner of the region. it's clear that they're all operating as one. now we saw during 9/11 that our area could be very separate when it comes to these things. no real communication system for police to communicate, but, part of what this is is to make sure that the communications are up and ru
that everybody can be on the same page because you often need additional resources from surrounding areas here. we have a lot of police agencies and they all have to understand how to respond. >> bad news is that, you know, 16 years after 9/11, we've been talking about a radio wave where people can be all on the same channel all at once at the same time, that is still not in place. so it's good. people see these things, they get scared. like anything, the police officers have to practice this type of work. and they have to worry about not only what happened in the past, but who knows what the terrorism attacks in the future will be. and so it's a very difficult thing for them, but being able to communicate is a number one issue. >> who has what resources and how those resources can help? it is fundamentally important and then to be there at that stadium just a block away from the navy yard where we did have a terror attack. we did have a lone gunman who had opened fire and killed people. it was a reminder -- >> yeah whereby it was a big issue. people think, you know, you were ju
event, but a terror attack can be one person creating havoc. >> and it doesn't have to be a terror attack. it can be a big fire like college park where we saw firefighters coming from all kinds of jurisdictions, all over the area to tack what will turned out to be a very difficult place. >> the executive director for the council of government said that, you know, the chief who helped to put that five alarm fire out in college park said that, you know, the training that they've been doing together and working as a region can practice and to do this kind of work helped them to respond to that fire and get all of the resources they needed. on the ground, we have d.c. fire, we had howard, montgomery county, helping prince george's county firefighters on the ground and then northern virginia firefighters who were filling in at some of the stations throughout the county because everybody was all hands on deck. especially from the departments in the northern part of the county. when you're on the scene and you see everyonein
you know these trainings are working. the one that we experienced earlier this week took two years to organize. so when you think about how much goes in to get everybody on the same page for a training. better it the be for a training than an actual event. >> new construction, it's that great. zoning codes and the fire retardant codes and all of that. you're surprised when something like that goes up in flames. >> this is something that firefighters have been arguing all across the country. what happened with that building in college park? it was at it's most vulnerable in terms of construction because also it has all of the safety regulations in place, the sprinklers and the rest because it was not occupied. those things were not in place yet. so -- were not operating. >> not operating. >> it also impacted fighting the fire. and firefighters said it, they describe this as fighting a wood pal surrounded by concrete. there weren't any things in place to help it them.
fires. it started as a two alarm. went to a five alarm. six hours to get it under control. and spent days after still putting water on hot spots there. so folks are already talking about coming up with legislation to see if they can stick something in an outlet from having our guys work so hard and when they work so hard to put the fires out when regulations can make a big difference. >> got to take a break. we'll be right back. stay with us. we're looking for something that's comfortable but yet durable, and that's going to last us a really long time. i don't want to buy new furniture every couple of years. it's custom made so you know it's good quality. i'm just speechless because it's perfect.
come, there's going to be housing, retail, schools, park, what else? >> upper northwest washington or anywhere in the near suburbs of maryland, you've been waiting for this. walter reid was active from 1910 to 2011. and since 2011, it's been a city. so there's 130 acres there. the city gets about half of it's 66. which they're going to develop the other half over on 16th street, it's going to be embassy for the state department, but the city, the mayor announced, more than 2,000 houses, housing for seniors, more than a quarter of the houses not market rate, but affordable. and you store, this is it was going to go in. >> this is going to transform that community. >> georgia at seventh street to the east to 16th street on the we
even the mayor told me that look, we may have to bring a streetcar up seventh street to georgia avenue all the way to silver springs to help the people get into and out of that space. long time residents whose been living there, i talked to steven watley, he's been there 30 years. we need these resources. we live in a major city and we don't have the things that other people have that's just a few miles away. >> the mayor says it'll stop leakage. >> this is one of the big things the city had a problem with. people live in the city, but go to pentagon city to shop or silver springs or other areas. go out in other places. in the retail in the city, that number is dropping, more taxes for the city to do all the things it wants to do. one of the biggest cases in prince george's county involving formerle
exploit children too produce child porn. tracy, what happens to cases like that? will they be stalled? >> no, they're going to move forward. and we have the assistant who will come in and take care of this. assistant u.s. attorney whoa will continue no work because we have a number of huge cases going on right now. that is one. we also have the fbi probe into corruption that's happening as well. >> the board. >> exactly. all of this leaves -- well, you have somebody like rob rosenstein who is one of the longest serving u.s. attorneys in history to lead maryland after being there for three presidents since 2005, just like wow, that's a lot. i've been talking with staff and making the transitions. folks feel confident about moving forward with the cases. so yes, we still have to go through the trial of him who was charged with sexual assaulting a number of students.
prince george's county. we also have the again, liquor board, fbi corruption probe that has already seen a number of state delegates and businesses pulled into that investigation. they were expecting that there could be more arrests in indianapolis in connection to this as well. but he's not the only person who's handling all of this. we have all of the people in the fbi here doing the investigation. we have assistants in his office who know how to keep this thing moving teen move it forward. >> quickly, were people worried about washington being broken up by parties in the ship? he's the opposite. embraced by republicans, democrats, defense attorneys, prosecutors, and he's going to come in and he's going to help find attorney general jeff sessions 83 attorneys general around the country that have asked for resignations. people are putting a lot of weight on his shoulders. >> virginia's first lady considers a run for congress.
dorothy mccaulis would join a feet hoping to unseat republican representer next year. she says she's seriously considering it. what would be here advantages and her challenges? >> well a lot of people don't know much about her own personal history. yes, the wife of the governor, yes, she's been hillary clintons refriend and they had access to money, she has a low degree from georgetown. she went to the university. spent her time as the first lady of virginia working on nutrition issues and the food deserts in the state. she's been working with military families. all of these things play very well. push back to democrats this past season last year. close by to washington, you work saechb days a work trying to do all the things you have to do. i would be surprised if you decide to go through it. maybe the
leadership role. go for it. >> embattled. >> she won easily though shp be. >> she beat by six points. and that was the challenge. >> well now you have constituents who are saying, we need access. we need to be able to talk with you. we have complaints, concerns, and are finding it pretty difficult to get into the same room. some of that -- >> because she sets her own agenda. she does teleconferences and different things like that. this is a different that frank wolf represented who's a moderate republican for 20 something years or more, i can't remember the exact number. she stayed away from donald trump, she's trying to stay in the middle of the moderate republicans, and that's kind of what her district is. and let the democrats rally. >> beat donald trump in the district by about ten points. >> that's true. >> but she won her reelection by six. >> all right. thank you, tom, thank you, trey spip and thank you, that's reporters notebook. stay with us, news 4 today continues.
time right now, 6:30 on the dot on this sunday morning. watch out for some road work happening along 95 south. vdot reducing from three to two lanes over the creek to make bridge repairs. president trump rallied in supporters to mark his first 100 days in office. in his speech, also railed against the national news media. oh the caps lose game two to the penguins. 6-2. and now down 2-0 in the series game three tomorrow night. news 4 today starts now. >> that one stung. >> i know. did not feel good. >> got their work cut out now. listen, good news is that today should be a pretty nice day. and i hope you're having a good start to your sunday morning so far. >> we had sunshine and a whole lot of heat to
how are we going to round it out? let's check in with tom keirien. >> hey, we're getting relief from the july-like heat yesterday. low clouds around, still gather humid. our temperatures are hovering in the 60s to right around 70 degrees. so it's a fairly mild morning. you can see a little bit of that humidity hanging in the air over capitol hill under this gray sky. we have some low clouds racing in here just in the last hour after we had a clear night. temperatures down into the 60s to near 70 degrees just about everywhere. around the bay, low 70s. reagan national at 72 degrees. we're all dry on storm team 4 radar no showers or storms around now, but we might by later this afternoon. as we get in the early afternoon hours, up around 80 degrees. stay in the 70s throughout the morning. and look at chances for storms later today and over the next ten days in just a few minutes. >> thank you very much. now to the developing story out of texas where this morning it's just
dealing with major storm clean-up. hit hardest near east texas. that's near dallas. see the damage in this video here, wow. house just ripped apart here. authorities say at least five people have died, dozens of others injured. nbc's scott gordon spoke with a few people who lost their homes and farm just a matter of minutes. >> firefighters raced from house to house in the pouring rain to check on victims. >> where's your house? >> half mile down this road. >> reporter: desiree wfs her family when it hit. >> we were all okay. >> you walked away. >> yeah, every last one walked away, but we had have nothing left down there. >> reporter: she says five adults and two children huddled together as their house ripped apart around them. >> we're all sitting in the hallway, and the roof collapsed on us. and by the time it was all over, we went outside, we had a three level -- we had a three level house, we were down to the last level and half that roof was gone. >> crazy,t'
his two-year-old daughter. >> pulled the house on top of us. me and a buddy shielded the kids with the roof. >> reporter: mother nature made rescue work a challenge. >> supposed to be another one touching down up the road from here, but i don't know. >> very traumatic. i have never went through anything like this. >> reporter: two campers, two brand new vehicles, a tractor, and the whole house, barn, all animals are gone. >> reporter: everything gone, but they somehow walked away from all of this. >> very lucky there. and that was nbc's scott gordon reporting now. we want to move on to missouri and oklahoma. look at the video we got. this is where governor declared states of emergency. the video was shot in the tulsa area where they dropped five inches of rain knocking out power and turning roads into rivers. as many as nearly 80,000 people lost their power in the area because of the storms. and then in missouri. rainfall totals havege
three to nine inches. state highway patrol says that a 72-year-old woman drowned after her car was swept away by rushing water yesterday. her husband did what he could, but he couldn't do it. state officials say there have been nearly 100 evacuations and three dozen rescues. officials in joplin say they did seven water rescues within an hour. training exercise turning into a real life rescue near fredericksburg this weekend. stanford county fire and rescue units pulled two people out of the river yesterday. this happened near locks island. a third person was pulled out of the water by someone nearby. in total, crews helped six people to safety. >> and you have an update to a story out of cal vert county. according to our news partners, the sheriff's office says that this man, james harley jr. turned himself in yesterday after afternoon after his wife was killed. deputies say they responded to the couples home after a call about a sick or injured perso
when they got there, they found tanya harley shot. deputies believe harley jr. shot her and then left. ground search for that prisoner has now been suspended. this is a new photo here of david watson. police say they will now follow leads in the county and delaware after they exhausted all other search efforts. watson was serving time for attempted murder. he escaped friday afternoon after he was being transported to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. call 911. we learned the name of a man killed in a shooting. police say that the man was among four people who was shot. it happened yesterday morning around success in the morning at a home on the way. the other victims are expected to survive. crime stoppers is offering the reward of up to ten grand for information that leads to an arrest. johnson was just 19 years old. this morning, we still don't know the name of the man accused of fatally shooting and
alexandria man during an argument. police say the two men were fighting inside a business on general washington drive and alexandria yesterday morning when things escalated and shots were fired. police say enrique died, he was 27 years old. police say it appears that the pair did know each other. well, an attempted sexual assault investigation is now under way in the district. police now looking for a man who they say tried to attack a woman in southeast. the victim telling police a man forced her into a blue four door truck along mississippi of a. and then drove her to ft. dupont park, thursday afternoon. the man tried to remove her clothes before she was able to escape. >> time now 6:36, new this morning, maryland's board of election exposed the social security numbers of nearly 600,000 voters. that's according to a legislative audit. this leaves those voters vulnerable to potential hacking and the risk of identity theft. report also criticized the boards handling of bt
preparedness. linda lamon says most of the findings in the report have already been addressed 37. democratic candidates for virginia governor face off in the first of five debates. it was moderated by tom sherwood. we live streamed it for you and the nbc washington app. ralph and former congressman tom largely greed on policy and had a few jabs. they paid special attention to northern virginians and the president. >> they want someone that stand up to the narcissistic maniac on the other side of the river and not let them get near virginia. >> the minimum wage is a poverty banal. it is lower than west virginias. you can work full-time in northern virginia and only make $14,000 a year. >> well the republican party of virginia released a statement saying yesterday on the debate. in part quote, if this case to the left continues tonight, there's no tng
will get. will announce these primary come june. source of great advice. the guy that just wouldn't quit. proud father. that's just some of how larry hogan remembered his dad yesterday. lawrence hogan died last week, following a stroke. former congressman served three terms in house in 1974 he was the first republican on the house judiciary committee to openly advocate for the impeachment of then president richard nixon. mr. hogan was 88 years old. well, we are about to show you cell phone video that appears to a show a delta airlines pilot hitting a woman. we've obtained this vid grow tmz. according to washington post, we can take a look here. three women apparently got into a scuffle after a flight to atlanta last week, and that's when one of the women apparently wrapped another woman in a choke hold. and that's when the pilot moved
fight. he hits the woman's hand. no one has been charged in the incident including that pilot. riders on the green line with dealing with major disruptions because of stack. soon that work is going to shift to the orange and the red lines. it'll mean closing stations for the last two searches. it should help speed things up. this is what you need to know. for number 15, metro is closing five orange line stations. that's going to last for a full month from may 16th to june 15th. then, for 16, the shady grove and rock vim stations will be shut down on the redline. no exact dates yet, but it'll be in late june. and once all the the work is done. metro then cuts back it's hours so it could get more maintenance work done overnight, and fare increases take effect in july. smell that? >> what's that? >> wait
>> something is stinking up d.c. starting tomorrow, vdot plan to curve the stank -- >> oh. they do smell. >> they do. they have a unique type of stench. they have a pod that releases that smell. that people have described as rotting cheese. >> pleasure to wake up to. >> crews will spray them with a mild pesticide, this is going to happen in wards one through six. it'll happen from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 in the morning. >> sounds like a story you should cover. >> i know. that's my off hours. >> okay. all right. let's look outside right now, it's not going to be long before temps are back up near 80 degrees. feeling soupy right now. tom is updating the forecast. now you can plan for the morning commute. my only hope is i don't lose to silicon valley or wall street, when he's ready to come
good morning. air soft and cool on this sunday morning, low gray clouds passing over the region. and as you plan your fitness for today, we'll have great weather for outdoor exercise. temperatures by 9:00, low 70s, upper 70s by noon. ought to be in the low 80s by midafternoon. with some sunshine. maybe some storms for our north and west. look at that another storm chances over the next ten days in a few minutes. >> thank you, tom. 6:44, president trump marked his first 100 days in office with supporters. >> campaign-style rally last night, he took aim at the media and tout the his record over the first three months in office. joining us now, moderator of "meet the
1011 days in now, what do you think of the president? has he fulfilled his campaign promises. he's got a lot more he has to kind of deliver to. >> yeah. i would say he's far behind, especially with the 100 day mark that he's set. i think the bigger question is that this is a debate we're going to have this morning, we have a big conversation with the vice president. but who's changed who more? has trump changed washington or has washington changed trump? and i can tell you this, washington is winning right now. you could see that in the first 100 days. washington has had more sort of set him back more than he's been able to bend that curve if you will. just look at the various legislative gridlock that he's falling into, but, you know, it was interesting to see him last night because in some ways it was campaign trump back. right, candidate trump back and tried to be vintage and almost like trying to brush away all of the troubles that he's had in
in almost not wanting to think about almost trying to make people say hey, remember the glory days of the campaign, let's just pound forward. i get what he was doing last night. but, boy, if it's the next 100 days, he doesn't have any legislative accomplishments, he's in daep trouble. >> as we look at the big picture of the first 100 days and look at past presidents. tip clip biggest things they accomplish while they're in office, you're not going to find in the first 100 days. >> no, but you're going to find a lot of wrecks. this is where look, the first 100 days, which should be the easiest time in office, period. in fact, there's a fascinating chart that we have wroo where in the first 100 days, whatever the approval rating was, inevitably by the time of the next set of midterm elections, that approval rating went down five or six times. the only type was george w. bush. what was the motivation there? 9/11. so the fact is if this is where
we have no idea where tax reform is going, health care. at this point in 100 days. health care with president obama was -- you saw a track where have it was headed. he had already signed a major stimulus bill. george w. bush, tax cut plan was on track and did a major education bill. so that's where you're right on one hand, on the other hand, the fact that we're not even close -- >> yeah. >> to any major legislative accomplishment shows that this was that. that was a wasted 100 days in that respect. >> majority on the hill as well. that's what makes it that much more. i think that's what raised expectations so much more. >> listen, from the security presence that we failed -- >> yes, we know. >> can't go to the bathroom. >> i'm sorry. we have a big guest. >> the vice president. >> he's on his way. >> lockdown. what do you think? interesting things about the capitals. >> yeah, where do you start it? >> look, vice president just had a big trip
where he was sort of trying to reassure them. it has been the two issues he's been working on the most and probably a hefty part of the conversation. >> nun for that. reminder, you can could see "meet the press" every sunday, comes up here after news 4 today. thank you so much. >> you've got it, guys. all right. know any kids constantly impressing you with smarts or talents? our kids. >> smartest ones in the room and the cutest, i thought. >> local prodigy is the net einstein. >> at seven years old, already has a standing job offer, we kid you not, at nasa if he wants it. here's the reporter. >> reporter: at a place like this -- >> highway in outer space. >> reporter: they try to recruit the best and the brightest. >> watch this. >> reporter: they've got one guy on the short list. he liked nasa since he was four. >> physics. >> reporter: even though that was a pretty srt
>> i'm seven now. >> reporter: meet this young man. >> let's replace the nitrogen. >> my only hope i don't lose him to silicon valley, wall street, or the pharmaceutical industry. >> reporter: they realized early on their son had a gift for learning, they made it a point to home school him. >> no way. >> reporter: that includes field trips to places like nasa. >> we've been learning right along with him and trying to stay a step or two ahead which is a lot, it's possible ken be done. >> what's your favorite subject? >> organic chemistry. >> reporter: something most don't study until chej. >> mix it with another chemical. >> reporter: then most aren't walking, talking, scientific dictionaries. his resume is equally long. a few weeks ago he took his talents to the tonight show. >> please welcome, seven-year-old genius.
>> reporter: so what does a kid genius want to do when he grows up? >> make a start when i'm 19 and put it in the galaxy. next one. >> reporter: star or no star, this kid already is one. news 4. >> say that again. has a great personality too. we're going to tell you about local super kids each friday through the monday of may. we know there are more of them out there, of course, and we to want hear about them all. leave us a message on appanoose county, twitter, instagram with your stories. be sure to use the #nbc4tv. >> love him. >> so promising. >> how do you make a star? >> i don't know. but it sounds like someone can do it. >> helium and hydrogen. >> okay, smarty pants. smarty pants. yeah, so yesterday. even into the night, i'm not going to say how long we were
everybody's complaining. all complaining about their hair. the meter was -- >> yeah. >> got the cold. i love it. bring on the heat. >> my turn. >> as we get going on this sunday morning, we are getting a break from all the whining as temperatures are cooler today. as we look now. there's the view from our power camera. we have low clouds passing over the region. and we'll have breaks in the clouds later this morning, but for the morning hours, you'll need your long sleeves, unlike yesterday in shorts and short sleeves. you'll be comfortable that way this afternoon. have the sunglasses later this morning. umbrella ready if you live far north and west. we're all dry now. low clouds that are over us now will break up by mid to late morning, then mostly sunny during the early part of the afternoon. then here all this area you can see in color, that's the zone of potential showers and thunderstorms developing. that's ad
you can see it's far north and west of the metro area. then that moves up into pennsylvania. we dry out after that. areas far to the north and west of us will have it up into the low 60s for the morning hours, but then quickly jumping to near 70. low 70s right now in washington. it's at 72. mid-70s by 10:00 a.m., by 2:00 p.m., near 80 degrees, and hovering in the low 80s by 3:00, 4:00, then by 6:00 p.m., back down to near 80 and those storms north and west will be gone. then by 10:00 p.m., it'll be back down near 70 degrees and partly cloudy for the monday morning commute. dealing with sun glare, it'll be around 70 and noontime temperatures in the upper 70s tomorrow. dry roads for the commute during the day tomorrow. but a warm afternoon into the low 80s. then some showers and storms are looking likely on monday night, tuesday, wednesday, beautiful weather returns. showers and maybe some thunder. late thursday and into friday, dry next weend withke
who's this girl? had a good saturday night. this is our own wendy rooeger. >> she is taking a ride on the zamboni. we knew this was going to happen. happened last night at the caps, penguins game. wendy had the honor of taking that ride in front of the crowd during the second intermission. looks like she had a really good time. >> she belongs on there. >> i know. if you want to see from her vantage point, you can see she was taking pictures and all that. head on over to our nbc washington facebook page or hers. i can't think of anybody better. >> nope. >> to do that. >> no. we were just worried they might let her drive it. then we were like it's over. >> very much at home in that particular environment. so tomorrow buoy high school students will be in for a treat. >> return to a spruced up school. hundreds are making repairs inside the building. they also painted a mural. this is all part of the an july we love buoy event put on
cornerstone church. >> they're taking part in something greater than them, right? and i like i told them earlier, leading for prosperity. >> it looks great. >> that's awesome. we do have much more news for you ahead on news 4 today. >> i hope so. >> live look outside. looks like we're dealing with label the of clouds out there. >> little soupy right now. >> yeah. it's going to be an hour by hour forecast comin g
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news 4 today starts now. 7:00 on the dot on this sunday morning. it's warming up out there. and you're going to feel the heat this week. storm team 4 tracking when thunderstorms might get in the way of some of your plans. >> does anybody remember who our opponent was? huh? >> day 101 and not far from the campaign trail, the familiar messages as president trump looks ahead to the next challenges. >> back ahead, and jake ahead. and he has scored. >> yeah, that wasn't fun. it's not over, but not looking good either. the big obstacle they're going to have to overcome to keep the stanley cup dreams alive. and those two losses were at
pittsburgh. that's a tough one. anyway. let's turn the page. it's sunday morning, we're going to brighten up a little bit today. >> that's right. >> hope you're having a good one. >> thanks for hanging out with us. >> we hope you're ready to get rolling. talk about the weather. it's like july came two months early. >> i'm not going to complain about the heat. i like it. tom is here to tell us more about if it's going to stick around. >> yeah, actually going to be a bit cooler today, still well above the average high of 71 this time of year. as we say good-bye to april, it's going to be feeling more like late may here by later this afternoon. there is the national cathedral starting off at dawn on sunday. temperatures under this cloud cover are hovering in the 60s near 50u7. all dry, but by 10:00, jumper into the upper 70s, metro area. then by 1:00, it'll be near 80 degrees, cooler to the north near 70. quite a variety of temperatures. midafternoon highs, low 80s in washington.
south, quite a variety 70s to the north for highs this afternoon. look at storm chances over the next ten days in just a few minutes. >> all right, thank you very much. right now if you need to drive along 95 south this weekend. you're going to to want avoid the area near dale city. vdot reducing the route from three to two lanes over the creek to make bridge repairs. ramps leading to 95 south in the area will be closed accept to emergency vehicles. expect long back-ups and plenty of delays in the area as they work tonight continues. president trump mark z his 100 days by holding a rally last night. this was touting the record while after going after the national news media. chris palone has the details. >> at a rally million harrisburg, pennsylvania, donald trump claims a hit. >> i love this state. >> repeating the themes and promises from last year's company which ended up catapulting him from bashes journalists. >> media
msnbc are fake news. fake news. >> reporter: and hillary clinton. >> does anybody remember who our opponent was? huh? >> reporter: most important to the supporters. >> we are going to say americans health care and repeal and replace that disaster known as obamacare. we are going to keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. don't worry, we're going to have the wall. don't worry about it. >> what's different? trump has been in office for more than three months and despite his claim he's done more than anyone in decades, most are yet to get off the ground. >> it's laughable. beyond the level of exaggeration, in fact his first 100 days won't be much
thing. the new supreme court justice, neil gorsuch. that's it. >> reporter: from history on his side. many presidents have had successful terms after a slow start. he can rally voters, whether he can bring the support of congress and patch his agenda is still unknown. chris palone, nbc news. >> and while the president was there rallying supporters in pennsylvania, here in washington, journalists were gathering for the annual white house correspondent's dinner. >> that's right. with president trump deciding to skip this year's event, the dinner focussed on the importance of a free froesz democracy, but it wasn't all serious here. the headliner from the daily show had plenty of jokes with much of his focus on president trump. >> the leader of our country is not here. and that's because he lives in moscow. it is a very long flight. it'd be hard for vlad to make it. he can't make it on a saturday. it's a saturday. as for the other guy, i think he's in pennsylvania because he can'te
>> oh. white house correspondent's association also handed out scholarships to 23 budding journalists. and congratulations to them. and while the president was at that rally in pennsylvania, thousands of people, they gathered in downtown d.c. for another rally. the demonstration coincided with similar protests that were happening around the country yesterday in what is being called the people's climate march. march at trump's environmental policies. criticism started in front of the u.s. capitol, made their way to the white house for ending with a rally at the washington monument. and you won't to want miss this week's edition of "meet the press." vice president mike pence. and also, an exclusive joint interview with maine senator susan collins and angus king. stay tuned. >> absolutely. the caps are in a deep, deep hole in the quest for the
liezing to the penguins last night again. beating them angie 6-2. and now the caps hope to bounce back with a win tomorrow night in game three. news 4's carol maloney trying to stay positive and here's a look at what happened. >> reporter: the capitols dominated the first period here saturday night. all their chances, they came up empty and haunted. the peng wings chased braden from the net in the final period and they crushed the caps. 6-2. washington now in a deep hole in this series. and they're headed to pittsburgh. the caps wrung the post three times in that this game, but the penguins capitalized. the favorite spot, braden's glove. this goal seals the night for the net minder. after the second period. >> he wasn't as sharp as he can be for us. he's a game changer for us. and when he didn't c
the mojo a little bit there. >> playoffs are made out of big moments, and, you know, and their goal, it's a big moment that's where your goalie needs to come up with a save. >> reporter: the penguins netted two on his replacement, phillip as well. a disappointing defeat inspiring a players-only meeting after. >> what was said in the locker room -- >> none of your business. we can see our path to success. we played really, really well. didn't get rewarded. >> you're not going to get me to say whoa is me. you make your own breaks and i truly believe that. and we're going to work our butts off to get one in our column. >> reporter: this could be the worst possible scenario for the caps. they're down two games, there's questions about the starting goal tender. and they're headed to pittsburgh for game three. silver lining, it's a best of seven series, but the caps only have five chances to win four games.
sports. >> they got their work cut out for sure. the wizards are going to continue their quest for the nba championship today. that's good news. >> and it is the first game of the second round of the playoffs. friday's win over atlanta. they're going to face the boston celtics, that's going to happen at 1:00 in the boston. they split the regular season series at two games apiece. i think the next time at home is thursday. >> i don't know, we'll check the schedule on that one. nothing like playoff basketball, that's awesome and exciting. that we have to look forward to. look at the capital wheel house side. first the heat, then the rain. tom is tracking passing storms headed our way and the best chances to stay dry. and for years she's lived through scorching summers and frigid winters without a
break for the gnats, adam ooet season out for the rest of the season. that's according to a report by ken rosenthal. he suffered a torn acl on friday. lead off hitter and center fielder was batting almost .300. that is a big loss there. well the redskins are introducing two of it's newest players and one of them is a first round pick defensive lineman, jonathan allen, who is from leesburg, virginia. and grew up a fan of his new employer. i always love it when it work the out that way. >> yep. >> fans got meet him for the draft day party. also got meet the redskins second round pick and allen's alabama teammate in fact, a line backer, ryan anderson. >> cool. i can't wait for nfl season. it's like we're just in between teams is what's going on. feeling a liblts more like summer out there than spring lately. and tom is tracking how long that strend going to last and when showers might hit your neighborhood. the power of flowers. and
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80s. far north and west of us may be showers and storms, a look at that and other storm chances for the week ahead in just a few minutes. >> tom, thanks so much. 7:15 right now. later in may, president trump will head to italy for the international g-7 summit. >> while leaders from countries all over the world are going to be there. there's always one language that's universal at these meetings. barbara harrison shows us the silent voice with it's own place at the table. >> reporter: this was camp david, the last time the u.s. hosted the summit of the world's leader economic powers. for the eight different languages spoken here interpreters were available. but for one, you might call silent voice at table, no translation necessary. ask a person who arranged it. >> diplomacy means that flowers are more than just decorative placement. and they are actually a very powerful tool for communicating diplomatic
this bouquet that was on the dining table for all of the leaders had symbolism and meeting. yellow roses, it was yellow flowers, spring flowers. >> reporter: in her book floral diplomacy. laura says flowers communicate all kinds of messages and have for centuries. take a look. george washington may never have slept here, but that is river farm on the banks of the potomac, the beds are still filled with those subtle misses. color metaphors you might say. in pedals, yellow flowers represent friendship, trust, and respect. but if flowers are talking, is anyone listening? it seems there are some roles in life that require knowing the language of the garden, as former chief floral designer at the white house. laura dowelling says it should be part of the job. in 1985 when she moved from d.c. to washington state. she worked on the nil public administration. but o a
husband in 2000, she fell in love with a french language of flowers that is. she went back to classes, then translated her newly acquired flair for floral design. and to a little shop in her kitchen. in 2009, she heard about the jobs at the obama white house. >> not like it's posted on 1-800-jobs or something. what happened was that i just ended up sending a letter of inquiry and a resume to the white house. i was so surprised when i did get an e-mail saying that i was a semifinalist. >> reporter: this design won the faceoff between the finalists at the white house. laura dahlings's first big challenge, the first state dinner for the prime minister of india. >> we felt like it was such a beautiful decor, the apple green lennons with the purple flowers. >> reporter: but all people remembered when it was over were the gate crashers. and generally, no one visits
no matter the season or the reason, laura shows us a white house filled with a beauty and fragrance of fresh flowers. >> the governor of washington state, my home state, came to the governor's ball a few years ago. he was seated next to the president at dinner. and asked president obama what will you miss most when you leave the white house? and apparently the president said well, i'll miss the flowers. they're special here. >> there is something to say about bringing life to a room, right? >> absolutely. >> that was barbara harrison reporting. now in the nbc washington app, you're going to find a gallery that has photos and etchings that are proof of how important flowers have been in the nation's history. so search floral diplomacy in our app. so, air conditioners saved the day yesterday. it really was a scorcher out there. >> absolutely. >> hope your ac was working. >> a family
after living without it for four years. this family could not afford to make repairs that would have brought about air-conditioning, but that all changed yesterday when 40 volunteers from the group rebuilding together helped fix up their home. >> it's like i'm still dreaming. so i have to pinch to wake me up. it feels very great, yeah. >> good to hear. the organization fixes about 100 houses every year. certainly new to the air-conditioning yesterday. today might be a different story. not much. >> little cooler? >> windows open today. >> yeah. >> let the pollen in. the pollen skount in the high range and the weed and mold spores too, it's been a damp. it's a damp morning, low gray clouds, live view from the camera, you can see a little bit of fog there in resten over the tollway, low clouds there, but all dry on storm team 4 radar. no showers or
the afternoon hours, that yir in the color you see there on the left of your screen. those may be a few showers, maybe some thundershowers popping out of west virginia and western maryland, but they're well north and west of the metro area. they move on up into pennsylvania by late afternoon. so we stay dry here throughout the day, throughout this sunday, it'll be cooler as well. temperatures right now, 72 at reagan national, low 70s around the bay, 60s further north and west. so a cool morning there. hour by hour, planner for the day, by 10:00, mid-70s, and still rather humid, then approximately be up around 80 degrees by 2:00 p.m., then midafternoon, low 80s for the brief time. then back down to upper 70s by 6:00 p.m. and those storms passing north and west will be out of here by then. then by 10:00 tonight, back down to near 70. mild and comfortable evening coming up and partly cloudy. then the monday commute, may have a little sun glare to deal with tomorrow morning, waiting for the metro and the bus stop, you'll be
lunch hour tomorrow, upper 70s, then heading back home, we'll be in the low 80s by noid late afternoon. dry roads throughout the day, not on monday night. those it does look like we'll get showers and thunderstorms coming through. that's after sunset, still looks like on monday evening. out of here before dawn on tuesday we'll be down to the low 60s and upper 70s on tuesday afternoon. beautiful day tuesday with lower humidity, lots of sunshine. cooler on wednesday, feeling more like early may, that's about afternoon high for this time of year. and then as we get into thursday and friday. some may rain showers, high 60s on thursday. those showers coming in thursday evening and lingering through friday. dry next weekend with highs near 70 degrees. >> all right. tom, looking good. thank you very much. hey, he's a billionaire, but you've probably never heard of him. meet the king of cash behind millions of movies.
o. nespresso. what else? chances are you've seen it on tv and a movie, metal briefcase stuffed with cash, literally millions of bucks. >> yeah, big wads of cash. that's right. all day lodge. so where does hollywood turn when it needs that big stack of bills? nbc's kerry sanders shows us. >> reporter: inside this atlanta warehouse, there's a stash of cash that boggles the mind,
unlike any other. >> i've heard of warren buffett, i've heard of bill gates, how come i've never heard of you? you're a billionaire. >> well, we're very modest, what can i say? >> reporter: r.j. is well known, but his money certainly is. >> they all got switched passports, right? >> reporter: those are his stacks of cash in the wolf of wall street. in mastermind. they call r.j. the king of cash, al be it stake money that's on screen all the time. >> all cash. >> reporter: but rarely at the hollywood close-up. >> that looks real. >> five feet, ten feet, it looks real. closer, all the sudden that opt kl illusion changes over. >> now i can tell up close. now you can see it's fake. >> reporter: the highest quality are printed on just one side so it's not to be passed off as real. and if you look closely, that's a w. not a u for united states and that symbol, two chickens facing each other the the letters,
translated, in beer we trust. these are some hidden figures. >> reporter: movie call him for props. >> hunger games. >> reporter: but when off billionaires on hand is what gets all the attention. including from the secret service. agents routinely examine new printings, just to make sure the bogus bucks don't look too real. >> how are you? >> reporter: by comparison, fake money is cheap. >> how many do kpupt. >> rapper g. smith brought thousands of dollars for $250 worth of money. making money, sounds like the plot to a hollywood movie. kerry sanders, nbc news, atlanta. >> i was hoping they were going to work that scene in in. >> show me the money. love it it. right now live look outside at studios here in northwest d.c. hey thunderstorms might dampen your plans over the
noour today starts now. hey, the wizards are moving on to the next round. and they are playing today to cheer them on against the celtics. >> and forget about that nats game and the caps and all of that. >> we're all about positivity. >> they were off to such a good start. i think that's what's tough for so many people. but there's still a chance. so good morning, erin, angie goff alongside adam tuss. >> little sticky. >> yeah, it was muggy. we had humidity rather early, tom, did we get any records? i know we were talking about that
>> we did tie the record at reagan national washington yesterday at 91 degrees. today's going to be about ten degrees cooler. off to a rather humid start this morning. little bit of fog in some of the rural areas. there's the low gray cloud cover over washington right now. elsewhere, we have sunshine breaking out. and we'll have that sunshine breaking out too where it's cloudy now. clouds aren't producing rain. all dry. hour by hour temperatures. stay in the 70s here through the morning hours. then it'll jump up to around 80 degrees by early afternoon. may get into the low 80s by mid to late afternoon. could get storms far north and west by then. look at the timing on that as well as other rain chances over the next ten days. coming up this half hour. >> all right. tom, thank you very much. now to the developing story out of texas where storms there have absolutely ripped through part of the state. especially the eastern part of the state near dallas. take a look here. you can see some of the damage that was done here. this absolutely just ripped apart. the storms as we mentioned, hardest on the the east se
authorities say at least five people have died. dozens of others were injured. nbc's scott gordon spoke with a few people who lost their homes and farms in just a matter of minutes. >> firefighters raced from house to house in the pooring rain to check on victims. where's your house? >> it's about a half mile down this road around this concerner. >> reporter: desiree was with her family when it hit. >> we were all over. >> reporter: you walked away from there? >> every last one of us walked away, but we have nothing left down there. >> reporter: she says five adults and two children huddled together as their house ripped apart around them. >> we're all sitting in the hallway, and our roof collapsed on us. and by the time it was all over, we went outside, we had a three level -- we had a three level, we were down to the last level and half of that was just going. >> crazy. >> reporter: william was with his two-year-old daughter. >> popped the house off on top of us. me and a buddy of mine
the kids through the roof. >> reporter: mother nature made rescue workers a challenge. >> another one up the road from here, but i don't know. >> very traumatic. i never went through anything like this. >> reporter: two campers, two brand new vehicles, a tractor, and the whole house, barn and and the animals gone. >> reporter: everything gone, by they somehow walked away from all of this. we to want move over to missouri and oklahoma. they were hit hard here. governors are declared states of emergency. this video was shoot in the tulsa area. you can see the strong storm there dropping rain. five inches in some parts, nooking out power, turning roads into rivers. 80,000 people lost power in the area because of the storms. and then a dire situation in missouri. rainfall totals ranging from three to nine inches here and 72-year-old woman did drowned after her car was swept away by the rushing waters yesterday. r
everything he could to save her. but he couldn't. state officials say nearly 100 evacuations or nearly three dozen water rescues. officials in joplin say they did at least seven water rescues within an hour. training exercise turned into a real life rescue near fredericks fwhurg weekend. stafford county fire and rescue units old two people in distress out of the river yesterday. this happened near locks island. and total, crews there helped six people to safy. we have an update on the story we first brought to you out of the county yesterday. korlgt to our news partners, the sheriff's office says that this man, james harley jr. whereby did turn himself in yesterday afternoon. this after his wife was killed. deputies say they responded to the couple's home on raw high road after aal it's actions. when they arrived,
deputies believe harley jr. shot her and left. ground search for the escaped prisoner has been suspended. this is a new photo here. they will now follow leads in delaware after they exhausted all over search efforts. watson was serving time for attempted murder. wref learned the name of a man killed. montgomery county police say johnson was knowledge four people shot. this happened around 1:00 in the morning yesterday at a home on the way. and we know the other victims are expected to survive. crime solvers saying this morning they are offering a reward of up to ten grand for any information that leads to an arrest. johnson was just 19 years old. morning, we still don't know the name of the man accused of fatally shooting an alexaa
police say two men were fighting inside a business on general washington drive in alexandria yesterday morning when things got heated and shots were fired. police say he died. he was 27 years old. police say it appears that the pair did know each other. >> disturbing news out of the district right now. attempted sexual assault investigation is under way in the d.c. area. people or police right now looking far man who they say tried to assault a woman in south eads. now the victim told police a man forced her into a blue four door truck along mississippi avenue and drove her to the park. this happened on thursday afternoon she says. she also says the man tried to get his clothes off before she was able to escape. maryland's board of elections exposed the social security numbers of nearly 600,000 voters. that's according to a legislative audit. it leaves those voters vulnerable to potential hacking and the risk of
report also criticized the boards hajd of ballot security and disaster repairedness. the administrator says most of the findings in the report have already been addressed. the democratic candidates for virginia governor, they face off in the first of five debates. it happened ras night. and it was held in fairfax county and moderated by tom sherwood. we live streamed it for you in the nbc washington app. largely greed on policy. and had a few general jb jabs, but they pay south attention to northern iowa and the president. >> they want somebody that will stand up to the narcissistic maniac on the other side of the potomac river and not let him near virginia. >> the minimum swaj a poverty wage, it is lower than west virginias. you can work em full-time in northern
>> it was released yesterday. it said in part quote, if this race to the left continues tonight, there's no telling just how crazy the proposals will get, end quote. they will face off in the primary in june. time right now, 7:38. a source of great advice. the guy that just wouldn't quit. a proud father. that's how he was remembered at his funeral yesterday. logan hogan sr. tied following a stroke. the former congressman served three terms in the house. in 1974, hoefs the first republican on the house judiciary committee to openly advocate for the impeachment of richard nixon. mr. hogan was 88 dreers old. well it won't be long before temps are back up near 80 degrees. tom is update zing his fers with how you can plan for the monday morning commute as well. i don't lose him to silicon
them, and letting them go. >> that's what's going on. >> biggest mystery. >> police have been able to return the cats, but they say it has happened to seven cats since september. told you about this story yesterday morning, but there's still no word on who is doing it. the city of wainsboro is small. you would think someone would tip someone off about what was going on there. >> need to stop. >> if you know the cat shaver, turn him in. call 911. that's weird. >> hope it doesn't escalate into something else. let's look outside, it's 7:42. the flag flapping inside the wind. thunderstorms could be on the way next. they could dampen the plans later today and tomorrow. tom is updating his forecast with hour by hour timing on all of that. and new airline controversy caught by tmz. the violate action from a pilot and how he is defending his ac
good morning, it's 7:45 on this sunday morning, sunshine breaking out there around the jefferson memorial in washington. live view from our city camera. low clouds around the region, but don't have any rain around. and should be a great day for baseball. at nats park as they take on the mets this afternoon. gathering there at nats park around 1:00, we'll be near 80. low 80s during the game with some sunshine, few clouds
building and rather humid through the day. should be a great day for baseball though. a look at our rain chances over the next ten days in just a few minutes. >> thanks. okay. so we are about to show you some cell phone video that appears to show a delta airlines pilot hitting a woman. the video was posted by tmz. according to to the washington post, what played out here was three women, they got in a scuffle after a flight to atlanta last week. one of the women wrapped another woman in a choke hold and that is when the pilot moves in and tries to deescalate the situation. you can see the pilot hitting what appears to be the woman's hands and at this point, no one, none of these women, the pilot, have been charged in the incident. >> everyone's got a cell phone now on flights. how about it. riders on metro's green line with dealing with major disruptions because of the track. it'll move to the orange and redline. it'll mean closing several stations for the last few safety searches. metro says that all of this should help speed things up.
here first. track surge number 15, stroe going to close five orange line stations. that's going to last a full month from may 16th to june 15th. then, 16, the shady grove and rockville stations will be shut down on the red lines. we don't have the exact dates yet, but that'll be some time in late june. once all the safe track swork done. don't forget metro gets cutting hours back so it can get more maintenance work done overnight. and fare increases will take effect in july. there's a lot going on. >> busy far couple of months. >> that's called job security right there. >> right. know any kids who are constantly impressing you with their smarts or talents? >> of course, yours. >> sure. local prodigy from silver spring is often called the next einstein. he's amazing. >> this is going to blow your mind. at seven years old, only seven, he already has a standing job offer at nasa.
here's our reporter. >> reporter: at a place like this -- >> it's highway and outer space. >> reporter: they try to recruit the best and the brightest. >> watch this. >> reporter: they have one guy on their short list -- >> hydromagazine. >> reporter: he's likes nasa since he was four. >> physics. >> reporter: even though that was a short time ago. >> i'm seven now. >> reporter: meet him. >> nitrogen with oxygen. >> my only hope is i don't lose him to silicon valley, wall street, or the pharmaceutical industry. >> reporter: their son had a gift for learn pg. they knead a point to home school him. >> no way. >> reporter: that includes field trips to places like nasa. >> the acid. >> we've been learning with him and trying to stay a step or two ahead which is a lot, but it's possible and can be done. >> what's your favorite subject? >> again chemistry. >> something most don't study until college. >> you could
chemical. then, most aren't walking scientific dictionaries. >> cyanide. >> reporter: his resume is equally long. a few weeks ago, he even took his talents to the tonight show. >> please welcome, seven-year-old genius. >> reporter: so what does a kid genius want to do? >> i want to make a star when i'm 19 and put it in the galaxy. next one. >> reporter: star or no star. this kid already is one. news 4. >> look at that cute smile. the personality, he's the whole package. we'll be telling you about local kids by the way each friday on news 4 today through the month of may. and we knee there are so many more of them out there. and we do want to hear about them. please leave us a me
just use the #nbc4dc or of course you could see one of us personally. we'll try to tell the story. many of you have helped so much getting the word out about our missing kids in our area by sharing the posts on social media, on your own feeds. and during the month of may, there's another way that you can bring attention to them. national center for missing and exploited children is bricking back it's rock one sock campaign. rock one sock campaign. >> you got it. >> wear one sock, take a photo, post it on social media, and then use that #rock one sock, tag at missing kids. may 25th by the way, national missing children's day. >> rocking a sock. >> i am. >> look at that. right there. >> wonder woman sock. >> i'm surprised you didn't faint. >> smells great, angie, smells good. >> oh. do it. >> seriously? you guys are
you know what though, attention to a great cause and you rock your sock and go through whatever you have to. >> it's adjust little fun. >> just to get the word out. >> that starts tomorrow. hey listen, the weather too. yesterday, hot and down right hot yesterday. today, not so much. >> july in late april. the final day is going to be cooler today, but still well above the average high. right now low clouds hovering over much of the region. although there's sunshine breaking out here and there. mostly there, not here, as we look at the live view from the storm team 4 tower camera. it is still a cloudy gray sky. long sleeves this morning, but you'll be comfortable in shorts and short sleeves, t-shirts this afternoon. need your sunglasses too later today, but have an umbrella ready if you live far north and west. right now nothing on storm team 4 radar, but later today, cloud cover breaking up around the metro area, mid-morning and we'll get sunshine breaking out, but then this area, you see in the green and the colored here and the panhandle of west virginia, wrn
some thundershowers coming through around 3:00, 4:00 this afternoon nap heads up into pennsylvania after that, after 5:00 or 6:00 p.m., nothing around the metro area, we'll stay dry throughout the afternoon. temperatures right now, low 2340u7 washington and around the bay. it's in the 60s further north and west. starting off kind of cool there. hour by hour temperatures by 0ing, mid-70s with that sun breaking out. by 2:00 ought to be around 80 maybe hitting the low 80s midafternoon. then by 6:00 p.m., back down to upper 70s. and then by 10:00, back down to near 70 degrees this evening. by dawn on monday, waiting at the metro, the bus stop, it'll be around 70 degrees tomorrow morning. it'll be dealing with sun glare if you're driving east tomorrow morning. then by noontime for your lunch hour, upper 70s and heading back home, cloudy sky will be in the low 80s tomorrow afternoon. that's ahead of a cold front that's going to be coming in on monday night. that will likely trigger some showers and storms, that's not going to be until after suns
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that ride from front of the crowd during the second intermission. she looks like she really had a good time. you can see behind the scene pictures and videos and all of that on our nbc washington facebook page. >> very cool. time now, 7:56, here are the four things you need to know on sunday morning. five people are dead, dozens others injured after severe storms ripped through texas. officials say three tornados touched down east of dallas. officials were having a better scope of the damage as the sunrises. president trump took on the media at a rally last night in pennsylvania. he also touted his record over his first 100 days in office. plans to drive 95 south passed dale city, prepare for delays. vdot reducing the southbound side from three lanes to two over the creek to make bridge repairs. the caps are hoping for a win against the penguins in game three. they lost last night putting them down two games to zero in the series. game stlee tomorrow night in pittsburgh. >> wizards play today. so go wizards and tom is going
comfortable today. >> yeah, in the low 80s this afternoon, but well above the average for the end of april. and maybe an isolated thunderstorm far north and west with the metro area much of the region staying dry. and warm start to the week too, ought to be in the low 80s on monday afternoon. and then some storms coming in monday night is the way. which will to help wash the pollen out of the air. still have a lot of free pollen in the air. that'll help out. >> yeah. >> ragweed is everywhere. it's just covering everything. >> and in your eyes, nose, everywhere. >> that's going to do for news 4 today. thank you so much for joining thus morning. >> we'll be back in 25 minutes with another update and join us for more news at 9:00. we're looking for something that's comfortable but yet durable, and that's going to last us a really long time. i don't want to buy new furniture every couple of years. it's custom made so you know it's good quality. i'm just speechless because it's perfect.
this is more work than i in my previous life. >> this is going be the biggest tax cut in the history of our country. >> north korea is the most dangerous spot in the planet right now. >> you've breached public trust. >> the cleveland browns select myles garrett. good morning, welcome to "sunday today" this last day of april, i'm willie geist. another busy sunday morning with president trump holding a big rally in pennsylvania to punctuate his first 100 days in office. a live report and chuck todd in a moment. plus, tornados in texas killing at least five people injuring dozens more and devastating flooding in the midwest. today, 40 million people under threat of severe weather. we've got it all covered live.
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