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trail. they've been single tracking trains on the red line between silver spring and forest glen with a track problem outside the silver spring station. that's a look at the ride. howard? it starts off really really nice beverly and then going downhill at least temperature- wise. if you have plans at least this weekend outside. you will have to dress differently especially sunday as opposed to today. pretty ficktures this morning on the -- pictures this morning on the michael & son weather camera. a little fog in a few spots and temperatures though under sunny skies will be in the mid- and upper 06s for the lump hour. a very comfortable day ahead. 72 at 4:00 after hitting a high in washington of 74. and mid 60s this evening. though it looks good for the high school football games. couple of showers last night. there they go and sort of fell apart after the midnight hour. skies cleared out and with light winds, the moisture around, we've had some fog form. especially west and southwest of town. and now up in montgomery county at the airport, visibility down to a half mile. same in manassas and culpeper, quarter mile in orange and
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seems like fauquier county down to stafford having the worst of the fog this morning. sometimes the visibility are near zero. upper 40s at the culpeper airport and upper 50s in town and easton and low 50s from leesburg and cumberland at 59. really does look like a fine afternoon with highs mostly in the low 70s. nick and andrea? thank you howard. here's what's new in the news right now. dozens of police removed barricades and debris from hong kong. officers wearing helmets took done some of the tents and canopies there. police surrounded about 30 protesters who did not put up resistance. there's no word if there were any arrests. the chief of the transportation security administration john pulsee is retiring. he'll step down from the public service on december 31st we're told. he has led the tsa since 2010 and it's the agency's longest serving administrator. >> before that he spent 26 years with the fbi including serves as the deputy director.
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homeland security secretary jay johnson said because of his efforts our country's transportation systems are for safe and secure. the world series match-up is now set. the san francisco giants will play the kansas city royals in game one tuesday after travis ishikawa slammed a walkoff three run home run in the bottom of the 9th to win the nlcs last night against the st. louis cardinals. the kansas city royals clinched their spot wednesday which will make the royals' first world series trip in 29 years. the dallas nurse who was the first to contract ebola inside the united states is now being treated at the national institutes of health in bethesda. nina pham thanked her dallas co- workers in a video before she left. >> pham's colleague amber vinson who was also infected is being treated at emery hospital in atlanta. we have delia goncalves at nih she'll have a life report coming up later this hour. >> now we want to ease any concerns this morning about a report of a possible case of ebola in our area.
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loudoun hospital says a patient who arrived there yesterday does not have ebola. >> there have been concerns because the patient had a low grade fever and had traveled from west africa. loudoun released a statement that reads our staff that be training and buzz -- has been training and was prepared for the situation. we thank our nurses and doctors for taking great care of all the patients, we are committed to our promise to deliver excellent care for our patients in the community. >> members of congress on both sides of the aisle though are up in arms over how the united states is dealing with the ebola virus. >> at a hearing before a house committee, some said they are doubtful that the chain of transmission can be broken. other lawmakers continued their push for a travel ban on the three west african countries with the most cases. >> it would be an understatement to say that the response to the first u.s. based patient with ebola has been mismanaged. >> we need to send the signal
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now. our border is closed. >> president obama says the focus should be fighting the outbreak in west africa. he's now authorized the pentagon to call up the national guard. >> as we said earlier, the first nurse to contract the ebola virus inside the united states now being treated in bethesda at the national institutes of health. >> and that is where we find delia goncalves live outside of the nih. deal crash, really the whole world was watching this arrival last night. >> reporter: certainly. and we are now hearing that nurse pham thankfully is in good spirits and stable condition. hopefully resting in her hospital bed here at the nih. we are now in front of the clinical care center. this building here is where nurse pham is located and the facility we're told that she is in is a high level containment facility. capable of extreme isolation. so certainly all precautions being taken here.
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the team treating pham are highly trained in infectious diseases like ebola. the facility has one of four biocontainment units in the country. the nurse arrived at nih last night from frederick, maryland. and while the transport via charter flight caused some concern with the mayor of frederick, he assures us all precautions were taken and as we mentioned, she was then transported via ambulance here to the national institutes of health. nurse pham is in stable condition and recorded a short video while she was in dallas that she asked us to share. >> i'm really proud of you. already. [ inaudible ]
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>> reporter: happy tears are certainly okay and nurse pham in good spirits. you can see her there sitting upright in her hospital bed talking to her doctor in dallas. the nih last night releasing a statement in part saying they are quote taking every precaution to ensure the safety of nih patients, staff, and public and we can tell you back in september, doctors here treated another patient who contracted ebola in liberia. that patient was successfully treated and then released to his home in october. back to you in the studio. >> thank you delia. wusa9 and our gannett group of news organizations are focused on spreading the facts, not fear through our ebola coverage. on air and an line we're trying to answer your questions. >> facts like how ebola is spread for one. for there to be a risk a person with ebola must show symptoms. it's spread through bodily fluids like blood sweat or
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saliva and they have to enter through the eyes, nose mouth or broken skin. send us your questions and we'll get them answered just use the hashtag #factsnotfear. the time is 6:07. coming up in just a few minutes. >> local comics band together to help the healing, we'll have the details of a benefit for survivors of sexual assault.
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welcome back on this friday morning. we've got some patchy dense fog. the visibilities are less than a barter mile. the early fog in those areas otherwise a sunny and delightful day ahead and climb out of the 50s into the upper 60s and low 70s this afternoon. fog is coming this weekend and much cellier by sunday and full seven day forecast at about 6:15. right now beverly farmer and more and more problems as the morning wears on. in maryland this morning, howard, we got a crash that's
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been closing route 15 in frederick county, maryland north of point of rocks and south of 340. sky 9 is there and you can see both sides of 15 are closed at bassford road as a result of the tractor-trailer and another vehicle that collided. work arounds the ballinger creek pike and 340 combination of 340 and point of rocks road are going to be options for you. again between leesburg and frederick this is impacking your ride. big impact beltway, maryland, crash on the outer loop of the beltway right between new hampshire and university boulevard. right side of the roadway is blocked and the exit ramp to university boulevard because of the crash. some local comics are holding a benefit aimed at eliminating the country's rape kit backlog crisis. and empowering survivors of sexual assault. one of the entertainers is stand up comic pete bergen. welcome, you are more than just one of the entertainers, you're the brain child behind this comics who bring relief and we
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know laughter is definitely a good form of healing. you said it was an hbo documentary that opened your eyes but you have an even more personal connection for being part of the natasha justice project. >> i do. i had a couple of friends confide in me that they had been victims of sexual assaults. and then i saw this hbo documentary sex crimes unit where the story was profiled. she was a 19-year-old college student in manhattan and was raped at gunpoint and had the rape kit procedure done on her. then a thought that -- you know they looked for the assailant and just couldn't find him. when in reality that shelf went on a kit and sat untested collecting dust for almost ten years. >> our colleague debra alfarone has opened our eyes about this and it's shocking just how many of these kits are out there that have not been tested. >> the estimated over 400,000 which is the number and you hear it and you're like that's a lot. but that's 400,000 victims that's 400,000 families
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everybody whether they know or not probably has a connection to a sexual assault victim. so that's 400,000 people with just waiting for justice while those people are still out there. doing goodness knows what. so. >> those are the 400,000 who came forward. there's still others who were too embarrassed to come forward and be tested. >> absolutely. >> talk about the benefit. you were saying earlier it's for a good cause but also a good show. >> it's the third time doing it and we've been very fortunate to have some very very, very talented comics donate their time. you know the people don't really like to work for free. but when they're availed of this cause they like to come out. this year we have a great lineup. i'm actually going to host it which i'm pretty excited about it. chelsea short i say up and comer but she's already araved. one of the next big things out of d.c.. it's going to be headlined by rob mayer. who's a regular at club all over the place. between us there's something for everybody. a really food time. >> tickets are still available
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and when is it going to take place? >> tomorrow night at the jack morton auditorium and all the proceeds 100% of them go to benefit natasha's justice project. >> a lot of agencies say they don't have the money to process this. and this will help alleviate that and how many years after natasha? was attacked and dna finally bring her assailant at least identified? >> the guy was out for 14 years in-between the time he attacked her and went to prison. >> pete it's a great cause plus a good show and we have more information on how you can still get tickets on our website at thank you again. have fun tomorrow night. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. nick? andrea, it is time now for another look at our question of the morning -- we'll have more of your responses coming up in 30 minutes right along with the correct answer.
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have you seen the news about barbara comstock? first, the washington post reported, barbara comstock failed to report eighty-five thousand in income. now, we learn, barbara comstock pushed a client's
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issues in the virginia legislature and didn't disclose it. barbara comstock shepherded a trio of bills through the legislature and into law, but barbara comstock never officially disclosed that all the while she was being paid thousands of dollars. no wonder she hid it.
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welcome back to wusa9. look at our kitchen all ready for the fall and halloween. and we know for most families, it's not about the costume. only it's also about all the decorations specifically the pumpkins. >> it takes some skill to carve one. >> look at the work of art. chris johnson going to work in the kitchen. he's the executive chef at the ritz-carlton tysons and doing
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that work and carving it up and actually looking quite intricate there. >> exactly. impressive stuff and we're going to join him here in few minutes but talking about how you know it is starting to officially feel like fall. >> yes especially by sunday and high school football is cool tonight but 60s. tomorrows great for the college football games, tailgating is tomorrow i think will be in the 50s to 60ish and then -- . >> ponchos and sweaters. >> sunday for the pro football games that we have locally. that's going to be some really cold stuff. i mean i think only in the 40s to around 50 by contact 10:00 in the morning and game time temps will be like low to mid- 50s at lunchtime. topping out in the 50s. want to mention a quick thing going on also this weekend out in leesburg. ladies board of loudoun hospital, they have their annual rummage sale going on. saturday and sunday that's at the pork out there. so help -- park out there. so help them out. that's from 9:00 to 3:00. let's talk about gonzalo. boy. >> do we have to? >> we have to. because this is going to be a major major, major storm for
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bermuda. they got pummeled back in 2003. fabian was a big storm that went over them with ten foot storm surge with that and then the waves on top of this. this is a big looking hurricane and it's weakened a little bit. but talking wave heights still close to 40 feet in the air and just east of the center. north and east of that. and well the track for the hurricane center, looks right now by the has winds at 130 gusting to 160. the track takes it close to if not over bermuda later this afternoon and evening hours. they're going to get pummeled by this. a category 3 at 2:00. and it may still weaken a little bit more than that. maybe 115. 110 if we're really lucky. a major major damage and destruction. waves and winds. and you know, the rains going to be the least of the problems there. as far as the storm it will weaken to an extra tropical system a big area of low pressure but still with winds near 85 saturday night sunday morning as it passes newfoundland and it will go
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into the atlantic can it's cold up there and it will weaken even more. the forecast today it's a good looking one. little light on the horizon now but still an hour or so until the sunrise. setting at 6:27 and 71 at 3:00 and highed the 74. this evening temperatures back in the 60s for the football games. fog a big problem in fauquier county? toward prince william and manassas half mile quarter mile in culpeper. stafford and fort belvoir and southern fairfax. now montgomery county had half mile and just jumped to four. it's to the southwest where it's the worst of the fog. upper 40s to about 50 while it's 58 in washington the morning and easton at 59. cold front is coming tomorrow night that's going to really drop the temperatures off by sunday. today delightful 74. tonight 58. so light jacket or sweatshirt should you do for the high school football games. 69 tomorrow. breezy and mild. a few more clouds in the afternoon. 40s by sunday morning and only in the mid- to upper 50s i think we'll have a tough time making 60 on sunday.
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breezy too. monday looks better 65 and then unsettled with showers around tuesday, wednesday and thursday. wednesday and thursday, again highs are main in the 50s. -- remaining in the 50s. 6:20. boy beverly farmer that was a horrible accident up in frederick this morning. they are still closing that stretch of 15 north of point of rocks south of 340 in frederick county, maryland. we'll have live pictures from sky 9. around the capital beltway we have the issue on silver spring at the outer loop. the crash at university boulevard. some camera shots of the delays this coming up and want to tell you to though that metro rail still experiencing red line delays and silver spring and forest glen single tracking. you're still going to be detoured because of the that crash it was a collision with a tractor-trailer and a passenger vehicle. route 15 remains closed right at bassford road. we've got live pictures here from sky 9 of the scene of that horrific crash. 15 toe tour combination of mountville road and balling
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creek pike woke around for you. 15 again is not going to reopen anytime soon here in frederick county. go to the outer loop of the beltway where you're jamming up out of college park. there was a crash right at university boulevard and car took out light pole and as a result the right half of the roadway and the ramp to university boulevard have been closed. that's why the become timebackups. inner loop colesville road, now we're hearing crash although nobody hurt. they're trying to move that out of the roadway. 95 virginia, not so busy for you. just the volume delays. heading into dumfries and heading past prince william parkway into woodbridge and on more volume into newington headed for springfield. that's the look at the drive. nick back to you. all right lot to keep track of there beverly. for now though let's help you save on gas on the weekend. looking at frederick, maryland, according to aaa mount pled citgo at 9824 liberty road has the cheapest gas right now selling for $3.09 a gallon. remember you can win $900 in gas just by liking the facebook
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welcome back.
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6:24 on this did morning. quiet here in -- friday morning. quiet here in d.c.. some fog to the southwest, those areas, we're in the 50s for the most part now. we will be looking at temperatures that will be climbing nicely in fact by lunchtime, lot of sunshine and west sustained winds 5 -- southwest winds 5 so 10. got plans this afternoon? it's going to be fantastic. 71 by 3:00. on our way to 74 and this weekend, we do get cooler especially by sunday. tell you about that in just a minute. tonight though if you're going to be out for high school football games the temperatures by 9:00, expected to be 65 in washington. 61 gaithersburg. and 60 in winchester, i think you need a light jacket or sweatshirt. thank you howard. a nurse at the dallas, texas hospital where ebola spread from one patient to two nurses says the staff wasn't ready to treat the disease. she claims nurses had no train on ebola before treating thomas eric duncan, duncan later died.
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>> and new report finds most conventional medical centers aren't prepared to handle ebola. here to explain why is vanessa herring who joins us live from the satellite center. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. and that report is in the annals of internal medicine and it says that treating ebola requires significant attention rather to every detail of care to the patient in order to prevent spreading that virus. the authors say they believe that staff need to be trained continuously on things like how to wear the protective gear and how to dispose of waste among other -- among other things. and they don't believe traditional hospitals can provide that sort of training. that's why nurse nina pham was transferred to maryland from texas thursday. the nih is one of four hospitals nationwide that can handle patients ineffabilitied with ebola. another of the hospitals emory university in atlanta is treating pham's colleague amber
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vinson who's also infected with the deadly virus. rocky mountain laboratories in montana and the university of nebraska are the only other hospitals ready to handle ebola patients. authors of a new report in the annals of internal medicine doubt average hospitals can prepare and train staff to safely care for patients infected with the deadly virus. they say policies and procedures have to be reinforced with refetetive training and that level obviously redness may be more than traditional medical centers are equipped to handle. yours unite -- nurses united is backing that claim. meanwhile the lack of hospitals ready to treat patients with ebola could put strain on the system. centers like the nih where pham is being treat asked handle a limited -- treated can handle a limited number of patients. >> we have a limited capacity of beds of being able to do this type of high level care and containment. she will occupy one of the two beds. >> question for direct hands on -- we ask for direct hands-on drilling and training and we
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don't have the staff or the equipment et cetera. >> reporter: now a nurse at the dallas hospital where pham works says only one course was offered on how to treat patients with ebola and she says that course was not mandatory for staff to attend. the hospital says that all-star wore the recommended -- staff wore the recommended protective gear recommended by the cdc. back to you. >> all right thank you. president obama has signed an executive order authorizing the national guard and reservists to assist in the u.s. response to the ebola outbreak in west africa. more than 500 troops are already in the region. the pentagon has the currently to send up to 4,000 and administration officials says while there are no immediate orders tots to active duty, they could be called to fill slots for medical personnel and engineers and technical specialists as needed. wusa9 and our gannett group of news organizations are focused open spreading the facts, not fears through our ebola coverage. on air and online, we're trying to answer your questions and sort out fact from fiction.
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>> facts like how does ebola spread? for there to be a risk a person with ebola must show symptoms. it's spread through their bodily fluids and those fluids have to enter through the eyes, nose mouth or broken skin. send us your questions via facebook or twitter and use the hashtag #factsnotfear. this is a live look outside and the list of problems on the roadways growing just like the volume. >> it sounds like d.c. traffic is being d.c. traffic right now. beverly farmer right now how is it coming along out there? >> the problems frederick county, maryland, not even d.c. traffic proper. but 15 remains closed in each direction north of point of rocks and south of 340. popular cut through there between frederick and leesburg. serious crash sky 9 has been over the scene showing us the pictures. route 15 at bassford road closed in each direction and work around of mount vim road and ballinger creek pike.
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also you can use 340 and the combination of 340 and point of rocks road as a wide detour around this closure. no idea when they're going to reopen this stretch of 15 south of frederick, maryland. now outer loop of the beltway the crash at university boulevard moved out of the way. lanes reopened but jammed out of college park and southbound 95 out of beltsville headed to university boulevard. cleared a problem on the inner loop at colesville road as well. south capitol street on the douglas bridge and also the suitland parkway. car broken down in the right lane hindering the drive now out of southeast to head inbound past m. street and over to the capitol. take your drive on metro. your ride on metro. you can still got delays on metro rails red line single tracking between silver spring and forest glen. howard's forecast for the weekend is better i hope. yeah lot better especially today. tomorrow is pretty good and sunday is good but different. it's going to be cool and breezy on sunday. certainly need jacket and sweaters. this morning, i think you need a jacket or sweater, it's cool a little bit humid out here
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leftover moisture from last night's showers. but you see clear skies this morning on the michael & son weather camera. some patchy fog early we'll have temperatures from 969 to 74. a -- 69 to 74. a very nice afternoon. showing awed noon 67 and -- at noon 67 and at 4:00 72. visibility at a half mile now from manassas down to warrenton and they were zero a couple of hours ago and that's better and this goes down to stafford and parts of southern fairfax as well. the morning temps now to 59 in easton from 48 in culpeper. a good friday ahead. it is time now to see what the friends at "cbs this morning" are talking about. >> norah o'donnell is live in new york with a preview of the show today. >> it is a busy news week, yeah good morning to you. ahead, new ebola fears after a health care worker who came in contact with the virus boarded
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a cruise ship. peter greenberg on the impact of the virus on the travel industry and why he thinks a travel ban wouldn't work. >> plus, did you mar about cbs and -- hear about cbs and hbo? we're taking a closer look at how the moves are going to reshape the cable landscape. >> he's baseball's greatest hitter but a betting scandal kept him out of the half. in a supped -- hall of fame. in a sunday morning preview, pete rose tells lee cow wan why he -- cowan why he thinks that will change one day. the news starts at 7:00. >> i bet it might change one of these days, we'll see. and we'll be watching you -- you too. have a great show. it is 6:32. hunter biden the youngest son of vice president joe biden has been discharged from the navy reserves after testing positive for cocaine. >> in a statement released by his attorney, biden did not give a reason for his dismissal. he did say however he is embarrassed that his actions led to the administrative discharge. the "wall street journal" first report the failed drug test and the vice president's office
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declined to comment. a man accused of jumping a white house fence and running through the front door faces new charges this morning. omar gonzalez is now charged with two federal counts of assaulting an officer, he also faces one count of possessing a large capacity ammunition magazine. security breach was one of a number of cases which prompted the resignation of former secret service director julia pierson. national public radio is the latest organization to insert itself into the redskins' name controversy. npr has instructed its staff to limit the use of the word when talking about the team. >> the organization's standards editor issued the guidance to the newsroom saying that washington or just quote the team would be the preferred words. it is 6:33. and we want to congratulate today's facebook fan i of the day. tonya brock says --
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wothe way als dismantles someone like stuarty. is so painful. embryonic stem cells have so much promise, but barbara comstock voted to ban that research funding even though conservatives like nancy reagan support it. that takes away hope for a cure -- but also, for families like ours, who just wanted a little more time. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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welcome back #:37. -- 6:37. it's a good looking friday morning. we've got clear skies in washington. sunrise at 7:19 and while it's in the 50s even a few upper 40s now. it is going to be a very nice day today by 11:00 65. 69 at 1:00 and on the way into the low 70s and southwest winds 5 to 10. choke this one in because we have a much cooler day coming for sunday. i'll tell you about that on the rest of the seven day forecast and about seven minutes. right now beverly farmer getting busier and busier as the morning wears on. absolutely. frederick county, maryland has been the focus since the early morning hours because of the crash that's been closing route
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15 south of 340 north of point of rocks. brad in sky 9 has been watching this for us, the closure completely of 15. they had to bring in a medevac for one of the people injured in the crass at bassford road. wide work around the combination of point of rocks road and 340 or use ballinger creek pike. frederick state police hope to reopen some lanes here get some traffic by here soon. beltway outer loop as you head out of college park into silver spring. the crash at university boulevard cleared from the roadway. still jammed though southbound 95 out of belts wail. back to -- belts veil. back to you. the final debate in the 2014 race to be d.c.'s next mayor was held last night. >> democratic nominee and ward four council member muriel bowser faced off against independent david catania and independent former councilwoman carol schwartz. all three faced tough questions
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from our very own bruce johnson who moderated. >> if you didn't watch it streams live on, tune in tonight for a one hour special on wusa9. starting at 7:00 p.m. right here early voting in the district starts monday. an american artist is using soil and sand to accomplish what most artists do with palette and paint. >> this really is a sight to see. you can see it on the national mall. the artist jorge rodriguez, well he's spent the summer taking pictures of about 30 men in washington. the massive portrait combines the smile of one man and the eyes of another. the work best even from above -- seen from above as you can sew that. >> i embrace diversity. all my friends were different in my childhood. so i want to do a piece about that beautiful backbone of the american melting pot. >> we're told every mound and curb was carefully positioned with the help of several satellites high above the surface of the earth.
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using that technology? >> uh-huh. we have another artist hard at work. taking place right in our kitchen. he's ritz-carlton tysons corner's executive chef chris johnson and he's carving up a storm. look at there isn't it beautiful? >> chef is going work. can you hear us out there chef? >> okay. and he's going to show us a little later on how to properly carve a pumpkin in time for the full season. and -- fall season. and he'll tell us where you can learn the tricks of the trade for and you your children. i think we need more than one day lesson for something that intricate don't you think? it is now 6:40 and time to answer our question of the morning -- >> our facebook friend tony king wrote -- b., i've seen them do this on the beltway. >> the answer is b., painting their nails.
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have you seen the news about barbara comstock? first, the washington post reported, barbara comstock failed to report eighty-five thousand in income. now, we learn, barbara comstock pushed a client's issues in the virginia legislature and didn't disclose it. barbara comstock shepherded a trio of bills through the legislature and into law, but barbara comstock never officially disclosed that all the while she was being paid thousands of dollars. no wonder she hid it.
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hello, it's 6:44. we don't need any calls coming and we probably won't get any because of weather today. right? >> the weather call going to be quiet for the next few days. >> silent. >> we need a long lunch hour today and maybe just cut out of afternoon? a little friday afternoon -- is that what that is. it's going to be a beautiful afternoon and even evening across the region. winds will pick up tomorrow and sunday. but the difference sunday, the winds are going to have biting chill to them. what's happening though in the tropics because we have a major hurricane that's going to be pummeling bermuda later today. this is bad, bad news for bermuda. there's a hurricane tropical storm anna south of hawaii not going to be much of a problem there. but this is a tremendous storm it's a little weaker than it was yesterday when it had sustained winds in the 145-mile an hour range.
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the waves on this is what i want to show you. the wave feel -- i mean just getting into the 10 and 15-foot waves now with the cell low starts the get to 25 feet. this red 40, 40 feet plus. on top of the storm surge that will be arriving there later today into the afternoon hours. category 3 storm potentially with winds of 120 gusting what, 140, 145 maybe? they're going to get pumped in a bad way. really bad way here on the island of bermuda as we get to the islands of bermuda as we head into the afternoon and evening and the storm will pull away. graze newfoundland as a strong nontropical low saturday night and sunday and head into the atlantic where it will weaken considerably. looking at the clear skies this morning. we've got not quite a half hour to go until we get to the sunrise. pretty looking morning on the michael & son weather camera. 67 by lunchtime and this is why i'm telling you. if you can you know, sneak out this afternoon, do it. 72 at 4:00. after hitting a high of 74. and by 8:00, we're down to 66.
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if you're going out to any high school football games tonight i think a light jacket or sweatshirt. and widespread half mile visibility from manassas to warrenton and stafford this morning. culpeper is up to a mile. temperatures locally dip, dipped into the upper 40s in germantown and oaksville at 47. well it's 56 in annapolis and 51? alexandria and 53 chef chevy chase. at a reagan national, nice morning. 58. clear skies. humidity at 81%. so a fair limit day today. tomorrow we'll get breezy ahead of a front. that front could have a stray shower saturday night and then much cooler sunday. 74 today and delightful. tomorrow 69. 40s by sunday morning. tailgaters? sunday morning 10:00 upper 40s to about 50 and game time temperatures mid 50s with a high in the upper 50s. by monday morning 43. monday still looks good with the watch topping out in the -- temperature topping out in the mid 60s and then showers return
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tuesday and it will be cool too wednesday and thursday, the showers going to be around as well. beverly farmer almost 6:47. do they have any of the lanes at 15 open yet? yes they do howard. route 15 just reopened brad is flying in sky 9 has shown us -- has been showing thus pictures of route -- us the pictures of route 15. north of point of rocks and south of 340 they reopened the roadway route 5. a look from sky 9. first at the map and at sky 9. at the scene there at bassford road. this is a tractor-trailer and a passenger car that collided. they blocked everything for the longest time because they had to bring in a medevac helicopter. there was a fuel spill involved and they'll be taking turns here it looks like, at least one lane of traffic able if get through here -- to get through here north of point of rocks. the outer loop of the beltway here. heading west into silver spring. normally a slow spot. got really slow when there was a crash involving a pole on the roadway at the outer loop of university boulevard. got that out of the roadway and lanes are open but southbound 95 suffers out of beltsville to
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get into silver spring. south capital street police and a tow truck still on the way to the one broken down inbound on the douglas bridge. that was blocking a portion of the roadway. help on the way as i said. 395 north just the volume delays for you. you're more friday light virginia side. 395 delays edsall to landmark, pace to the 14th street bridge has still been good. metro rail still single track between forest glen and silver spring with red line. now on your way out, check your tanks while we check only prices for you here. near fort belvoir, virginia, according to aaa the franconia service station at 6134 franconia road is selling fors the you can win $900 in gas just by liking the facebook page. then every day after that to increase your chance to win the free gas. it's the $900 driving acrasia
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black. no cream, 1 sugargar. with a bacon, egg, & cheese mcgriddles... why does she get a mcgriddles? that's the way she takes her coffee... mccafé coffee and the bacon, egg, & cheese mcgriddles. so, how do you take yours? i'm delia goncalves outside the clinical care center here at the nih. where dallas nurse nina pham is now in isolation. she was transported here last night and is now being treated by some of the country's top doctors and nurses.
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trained in dealing with highly infectious diseases like ebola. pham is in stable condition we're told she is in good spirits. back to you. all right, thank you delia. today is the 25th anniversary of the san francisco earthquake on october 17th. 1989. the 6.9 magnitude quake named the low ma pray that struck. most people learned about the earthquake right as it happened it struck just minutes before game three of the world series between the oakland a's and the san francisco giants was about to begin. talking business here, apple unveiled the ipader 2 and the main -- air 2 and the mini 3 on thursday. the company leaked photos of the new ipad additions a day before on itunes. both of the new ipads have touch id fingerprint sensors. apple is taking preorders for the devices today and start
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shipping next week. starting next week, you can pay for stuff with your iphone 6. apple's new mobile payment system apple pay will launch monday. it allows iphone 6 and 6 plus users to spend money at participating stores by using their phone's fingerprint scanner and holding the device up to the register. the system is already preloaded into the phones and apple says about 500 banks will support the system and several retailers have already signed on including bloomingdale, macy's, mcdonald's, staples and whole foods. i'm here with the giants. bringing the -- >> in news and in camping, ritz- carlton tysons corner chef chris johnson has been hard at work through the newscast. >> a work of art here my friend. take us through what this is. >> this is one of the pumpkins we're carving but this is a halloween scene and a little cat on a pumpkin and we have frankenstein over here as well. just pating halloween on one pumpkin. >> how do you --
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>> pastry chef come on back in please. we have the chef here and he is -- levi. i don't have my glasses on. levi richards, what's this intricacies of this? >> what's going on here is we're set brailling the great -- celebrating the great pumpkin at the ritz-carlton. 715 pounds arriving, biggest pumpkin in northern virginia. >> wow. >> you got one here? >> it came from pennsylvania and amish farm out there. it's there. and in anticipation of the great big great pumpkin we are also doing carvings classing starting tomorrow as well at the halloween scarety t.. and any children or any adults that come to the classes can also go through the thrilling haunted house as well. >> what are you looking for? roundness or size? >> i mean i would to go a pumpkin patch first and get the full experience. secondly find a pumpkin that sits flat bottom. that way it stays on the table and you can carve easily. second is the lighter the better. the lighter they are the thinner the flesh and it's
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easier to cut and you can get straight edges. >> as a pastry chef, what else do we have here? >> we're featuring a series of pumpkin -- desserts and entrees throughout the month. so the dessert that you have here is a pumpkin smore bar. >> we will be snapping into these pretty soon. >> this is chef chris' pumpkin macaroni and cheese. >> it's a maple pepper bacon and mac and cheese stuffed in a pumpkin. >> this actually incorporates pumpkin and because there's so many pumpkin flavor dishes this time of year. >> this is the pumpkin pie and bourbon milkshake as well. >> we want to tell you the tea is tomorrow from 11:00 a.m. there are two seatings and 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at the ritz-carlton tysons corner, thank you for being us, beautiful works of art. and -- "cbs this morning" is next. howard has the seven day forecast. >> delightful today and you know as we get into the weekend
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and the winds kick up. go inside and do the pumpkin carving thing and that looks great. i want to eat that right now. temperatures are going to drop off and upper 60s tomorrow but sunday chilly with upper 50s and a breeze and then nicened monday before we get wet again next week. beverly? howard checking out the ride live via sky 9. on route 15 north of point of rocks and south of 340 at bassford road. everything out of the roadway we're told and now traffic able to get by. that's better news for you. bw parkway new problems for you. northbound in a delay to get up to laurel that's because of a crash reported both at powder mill and then one up near 32 maybe anne arundel county line. 66 eastbound delays manassas, fair oaks and then vienna, little bitter than usual actually. back to you. >> all right so chef how long does it take to complete this? >> this is -- to finish you stay focused about two hours. >> well, that's it for us, he'll continue carving. "cbs this morning" is next and they'll monitor the progress of nurse fifa pham at nih -- nina
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pham at nih. >> beverly and i are going to be back in 25. >> and remember you can get news, weather and traffic 24 hours a day on >> have a great weekend and we'll see you all monday morning. >> see you. [ captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: ]
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good morning. it isfriday, october 17th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." lawmakers lash out at the cdc over ebola, and we hearm fro one of the infected nurses for the first time. >> isis launches attacks inside baghdad amid reports the terror group is now taking to the sky. and pete rose tells "sunday morning" why he thinks he'll get a second chance at the hall of fame. >> but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 skojds. >> if we do what we needed to do, stay focused, then this is going to be something that is contained here. >> america fights to contain ebola.


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