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yesterday. i'm mike haiduk. monika? >> 50-50 in our house, too. one likes the redskins, one likes the ravens. weatherwise, a cold, cold start to this monday morning. happy birthday mrs. bernstein, by the way. 40 in the bay, 30 in hagerstown, 32 degrees out there in the panhandle this morning with 35 in bowie. locally we have temperatures down to 37 and up per marlboro, 32 in reston. fairfax 34. generally clear skies, winds out of the northeast, a chilly afternoon. look at these forecast lies, we'll barely be in the upper 40s in annapolis. 50 in fairfax and bethesda.
let's send it over to monika samtani and find out if you have any issues early on this monday morning. >> reporter: yes we do. a crash happened at 3:15 southbound on route 29 crews tell us that exit is still blocked off southbound on route 29 out in warrenton, involving the tractor trailer. they tell us it is fairly minor in nature, taking time for clean it up on southbound route 29. coming in you are going to be in great shape from manassas to sentterville. between the dulles toll road a tiny bit of traffic, no big deal as you head down to springfield on 495. on the northbound side of 95, heading to 495, no issues as you head to 395 and the 14th street bridge. college park into silver spring, 95 coming in from
baltimore, 270 on to frederick. at new hampshire avenue, nice and quiet early this morning. back to you guys. the negative campaigning almost over. tomorrow virginiaians -- those in virginia will head to the poll to elect a new governor. >> reporter: it is one of the most closely watched contests in the nation. the governor's race in the commonwealth of virginia. >> good afternoon virginia. >> reporter: scandal actress kerry washington makes a brief appearance. >> we have a chance to elect someone as governor, who will take virginia into the 21st century. >> reporter: but the star showing will be president obama. >> if you fired up? are you ready to vote on
tuesday. >> reporter: the two together is just how mcauliff's opponent likes this. >> reporter: obamacare is a total fail and we need to stop the personal mandate. >> i'm obviously out here supporting my brother. >> reporter: political analysts say this midterm governor's race will come down to voter turnout. >> giving women access to healthcare and possibly same sex marriage i think is a very exciting time for virginia. >> i'm at george mason. >> reporter: in the final days before people head to the polls the race is tight with mcauliff showing a slight edge. democrats have continued to throw punches on women's health
issues and abortion. >> we must make sure women have access to the quality healthcare. >> the women's issues are not on ken's agenda and he has very little control over them. >> reporter: virginia, traditionally, has been a red state, but has turned purple in the last decade. >> you can bring this home, you can make this happen but you have got to make sure that everybody goes out on tuesday. >> reporter: in arlington, sue rae chin, wusa9. >> the republican also spent his sunday campaigning. ken couch nellie -- couch, told supporters voting for his opponent is a vote for obamacare. we will have all the coverage you need from now until the results tuesday night. of course on tv and all of our
newscasts and on wusa9.com. former secretary of state hillary clinton is not announcing a run for the presidency in 2016, but she is getting a nod of approval. new york senator charles shumer gave clinton an endorsement over the weekend. he says with clinton as the candidate the party can vanquish the tea party republicans. a spokesman said she has yet to make up her mind. tsa screeners are wearing black arm bands on badges this morning in honor of gerardo hernandez. he is the tsa officer killed friday in the los angeles shooting. the suspect, paul ciancia, reportedly told police he acted alone. he has been charged with
murdering a federal officer. he could face the death penalty if convicted. birmingham is back open this morning after a bomb threat. an employee found a note containing the threat in a bathroom. bomb squad technicians searched the facility and police confirmed nothing was found. flights were diverted or delayed during the two hour shutdown. the trial of egyptian president mome mohammed morsi was adjourned the first day of the trial because of the defendant chanting. egypt's official news agency says morris say arrived by helicopter at a police academy. he is be being charged with incitement of violence and murder. he was previously being held in an unknown military location. well the president is going
to hit the road this week and trying to improve the image of his healthcare plan. he is going to meet with volunteers in dallas. >> this comes as 55% of americans say they now have enough information to understand the law's impact on their family. susan mcginniss has more. >> reporter: president obama hits the road this week to build public support for the affordable healthcare act. sunday a senior white house aide insisted the president was told the website would work. >> the website repeatedly crashed in the first month and was down for repairs this weekend. a new poll shows 48% of americans surveyed believe the government has done a poor job of implementing the healthcare law. >> the website failures are
absolutely inexcusable and we own that. the president has said that is on him and we owe it to the american people to fix it. >> the white house says the site will be fixed by the end of the month. republicans are skeptical. >> they are trying to change a tire on a car going 75 miles per hour down the expressway. >> even democrats want it taken down for repairs. >> i said this directly to the president's chief of staff. they ought to take down the website. >> reporter: americans are learning more about the new law. 55% of those polled say they now know enough to know how it impacts them. up 8% in the last month. >> the white house says by the middle of the month it will release numbers showing how many people have signed up for health coverage during the first month. tommy wells believes getting a higher minimum wage in the district is possible. wells tells w co pmost council
members want to increase it in the district. wells, who is running for mayor, expects the council to consider a bill by december or january. family members of the woman who was mauled to death by the pit bull say the dog attacked her even before this last incident. animal control officers say the four-year-old pit bull attacked 56-year-old terry douglas in april, but the woman was adamant about getting her dog back. on friday the dog attacked and killed douglas in her home. a virginia-based construction company will pay thousands of dollars to 400 minority job seekers they turned other way unfairly. nc dean kept qualified minority
candidates from securing jobs in 2010. the flawed application procedures included invalid tests. nc dean will have to pay $875,000 over the next six nose black, hispanic and asian job applicants? the man who defends his actions in a new manifesto. the german magazines published an open letter written by edward snowden. he says mass surveillance is a global problem, but the united states and british intelligence agencies are the worst defenders. snowden's manifesto follows his request for clemency. the obama administration won't each discuss it and says he should return to face justice. yesterday a goal line stand the redskins made to keep the chargers out of the end zone, that is why the skins fans are waking up this morning. they came up out on top.
quarterback darrell young scored three touchdowns including the game winner. it was a good coming out for him. rg iii 121 yards. skins improved to 5-3 on the season. more people may be skeptical than excited about twitter's ipo. >> no doubt about the obenshain tried to outlaw. birth control pills. rape or incest. criminals, felons shows, a month law, in bulk. instead of dictating to women, criminals. this ad.
up. enjoy it while we've got it. it is cold, upper 20s, mainly in the 30s, a sunny start, partly sunny finish, we should be in the low 60s, upper 40s to low 50s this afternoon. heavy coats needed. >> good morning howard. if you are planning to head on the north side of town we are in great shape. no problems to report on 270, coming in from frederick and river road through bethesda, back to you. time for the first your money segment this morning. >> reporter: good morning to everybody at home. wall street is eyeing the federal reserve, yet again, the feds plan to test more banks to find out if they are strong enough to survive a financial crisis. under these new standards, all banks with more than $50 billion in assets will be examined to make sure they have enough money to keep operating,
even if the economy goes through another severe down turn. there was no down turn for stocks friday. investors kept the positivity flowing. the dow climbed today to 15615. the s & p 500 was better by 5 and the nasdaq was better by three. twitter starts trading thursday. it faces skeptical investors. the associated press cnbc poll shows 36% of americans believe buying stock in the seven-year- old short messaging service would be a good investment. 47% disagree. the poll also finds one in five americans currently have a twitter account. honda is recalling 344,000 odyssey mini vans for a sensor issue. the automaker says the problem could cause the vehicle to break on its own.
the recall includes mini vans from the 2011-2008 model years. the fix is installing a new sensor but the sense sores are not available until 2014. until then handa -- the sensors are not available until 2014. until then honda is asking the vehicles be started with their vehicles facing straight ahead. drivers could get an early holiday present at the gas pump. oil supplies are near a record high. some analysts predicting $3 a gallon. i should say oil prices, not
"ideological crusades" to ban abortion even in the case of rape and incest. cuccinelli and obenshain even sponsored legislation the post says could ban birth control pills. and all three oppose comprehensive background checks to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and
the dangerously mentally ill. a tea party ticket - wrong for virginia families. independence usa pac sponsored this ad. welcome back to wusa9. 4:45. >> who put this away? >> you know, one minute i'm congratulating him, now pushing the jets in my face. >> i put it away. >> all right. let's get on to weather. it is 38 degrees outside. >> in washington it is closer to 30 in some of the suburbs north and west.
a frosty, cold start. i got the jacket full bore this morning, the gloves, the earmuffs with me just in case. one of the coldest days we have seen. lucky to make 50 in a few spots. some of you won't. the washington monument still
lit up. expecting that to go dark here any day now. sunshine, a few clouds. >> hopefully we will get at least one more week. winds out of the northeast at 10 miles per hour. did you sea the sunset today? 5:04 standard time, it is going to get dark that much earlier. clear skies now, a couple of clouds out west. how about those temperatures this morning? down to 28 in gaithersburg, one of our cold spots in the
mountains. davis no surprise there, upper 30s, cambridge is 36. we got 34 up in baltimore. when you factor in the winds, mid to upper 20s in many areas, feeling like 30 here in dc. one more look outside on our michael and son weather camera, good visibility, 38 when you factor in the north wind at 1. very dry air, don't know about you, but i turned the humidifier on and the fans should be spinning clockwise now so the air gets distributed better. in the summertime you go counterclockwise with the fans. our weather headlines, cold start to the week. you know that, we are in 20s in a few spots. more clouds rolling in tomorrow wednesday and thursday. by thursday the clouds give way to showers for the afternoon and evening, the way it looks like now. cold air in the rockies, we
have cold air toward ontario and new england, with the warm stuff down in south texas. this moisture is coming in here, feeding into a system that will eventually make it toward us. going to be a few days before that happens, so what we are going to see are all the high clouds coming in. and the ocean, we have got low clouds to cop tend with, as well, with a little moisture in the atlantic. the two are going to kind of do the gang up job the next couple of days. here we are at lunch time, a few more clouds coming through at times afternoon. tonight we'll go mostly cloudy, so 6:00 a.m. tuesday, now we've got clouds. couple of breaks here and there, partly to mostly cloudy tuesday. still in the 50s tomorrow. we'll get into wednesday and we are still dealing with clouds around, maybe even some of the low clouds and fog wednesday morning. look at this chicago back through st. louis.
that front is going to be here thursday afternoon through thursday evening. may drop snow in the upper midwest and yes, the redskins are playing the vikings in minnesota thursday night. clear and cold. 50 degrees this afternoon, a chilly, chilly monday. closer to 30 in the suburbs. tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy, 57. milder wednesday, and thursday here come your showers for thursday afternoon and evening. by friday, chilly behind the system. 52. saturday the maryland terrapins are home and the ravens are home sunday. monika? we have one bit of bad news and that is an accident out in warrenton on the southbound side of route 17 at route 2. it has been there since 3:15 this morning. a tractor trailer is involved and crews are waiting for it to
be towed away. the wrecker is on the scene. if you are coming in from the north, we are in great shape out of frederick. down to the point where the lanes divide good shape right now. 3:55 all lanes are open through rockville. no problems to report between 95 and 270 in bethesda. 62 on 35 no problems to the 11th street bridge. springfield hov lanes are open. by the way a bumpy ride, rough pavement on northbound 95 in the hov lanes due to construction. a record number of runners yesterday at the new york city
marathon. this year's race was extra special after last year's was canceled due to superstorm sandy and after two bombs exploded at the boston marathon in april. >> they all said it is good to be back. adrianna diaz has more. >> reporter: for some, it was a long time coming. sherry siegel was supposed to run last year but the race was canceled because of superstorm sandy. >> we had no electricity and damage, so this after all of the training. it is amazing. >> reporter: for others like boston native david fortier, it was a comeback. he was caught in the boston marathon bombing while finish that go race. >> reporter: my right foot was hit by pieces of shrapnel. >> reporter: he pounded the new york pavement wearing a boston
strong patch. the crowd took notice. >> literally hundreds of people cheering boston strong. it brought a tear to my eye. >> reporter: in light of the boston attacks, security was tighter than ever at the new york city marathon. helicopters flew overhead, police officers checked bags and bomb sniffing dogs reported to duty. a record pack of 50750 runners. >> i'm running for those people who can't. that is why i'm doing this. >> reporter: he says he will keep running full speed ahead. adrianna diaz, cbs new york. >> there were no major security issues at the marathon. in today's health alert, obesity's effects on young
girls. u.s. researchers say the problem affects caw cation girls much sooner than previously thought, on average just under ten years of age. just one dose of the hpv vaccine may provide women protection against the virus that causes cervical cancer. researchers found those vaccinated with one dose had protection. just a third get all three shots. experts say it is important to get the kids to bed on time. here's why. a good night's sleep could help them lose weight. a study in the journal of pediatrics find children who get more sleep eat and weigh less. the study could have important
implications for the prevention and treatment of obesity. good morning if you are just waking up but time now for the facebook question of the morning. 37% of american adults have never done this. >> is it travel abroad, moved from their hometown, or gone to a concert? give it some thought, post it on a facebook i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad for me, family is everything- as attorney general, i'll put politics aside and put families first. mark herring: endorsed by the washington post he'll crack down on sexual predators, go after scam artists who prey on seniors and military families, and protect the rights of women to make their own health care decisisions but senator obenshain has the wrong agenda.
4:57. clear and cold this morning. upper 20s to upper 30s in most areas. we are going to take you through this morning, 9:00. barely above 40 in dc. this afternoon, the lucky ones are lucky to get above 50. on the northbound side of 395 here is what it looks like, no problems to report to the 14th street bridge. no problems on 66 to the beltway, and 295, to the 11th street bridge. a new movie shows the romantic possibilities of time travel. top talent performs at the youtube award show. >> reporter: lady gaga took the stage for the first ever youtube music awards.
fans voted for tastes in six categories. >> reporter: i got a boy won video of the year. eminemtook home artist of the year. -- eminem, took home artist of the year. >> when you want to go back and be with the people you love, and have a regular day making the ordinary extraordinary. >> and the book opens on friday. the adoptive parents of a jewish refugee during world war ii, impressed the cast. >> the level of concentration was better than most adult
actors. >> reporter: the book was adapted from a novel based on true stories from the war. suzanne marques, cbs news. good morning, i'm andrea roane. >> i'm mike haiduk. >> do you have any traffic issues? >> yes, i do. in warrenton. >> do you have any issues? >> it is only a two and a half hour broadcast. >> it may take some time. weatherwise, we have a cold, cold start, temperatures in the 20s in a few spots. lots of 30s out there. don't be surprised if you need the heavy coat all day long. clear skies and great visibility, but a chill in the air. 41 degrees by 9:00. at noon only 47.
feels like low to mid-40s with the wind chills. 50 degrees is all i'm forecasting for a high in dc today. your sunset 5:04. you notice the clouds toward ohio and kentucky, they are going to be drifting in here. this afternoon i don't think it will be as brilliant blue as it will be this morning. down to 2 in germantown, 4 degrees in leesburg. 32 and freezing fairfax, waldorf 34. laurel 30, white oak, also in the upper 20s. today sunny skies this morning, a partly sunny finish, a cold one with a northeast wind around 10 and highs in the 51, 52 range. let's send it over to monika samtani, who only has one small issue to tell you about. >> if you are planning