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>> yes. i'm trying to brainstorm myself later on today. and the scheme is another home game, the last one for a while. and we have some clouds out there for now. they are not going last all day by any means. here is the cloud cover. you can start to see the sun coming out there. and it will, once the sun gets a higher sun angle. and 69 degrees and notice the dew points at 60 and yesterday was a lot hire than that -- higher than that and we had some storms off to the east. and we will see the humidity stay up low and comfortable. and we're into the 50s right now. and 54 as you head over to andrews and wall interpret waller. and once you head south to fort royal and the valley, that is where you'll see the fog. and you see the cold front that is headed our way for tomorrow. so enjoy the nice weather. we're going to be 80, give or
take a few degrees, across the region. no rain today but rain tomorrow. and i'll track that coming up. president obama arrived in germany this morning to join other leaders at the g-8 summit and that he will dress violence in ukraine and russian president dispute continue. and obama will urging his european counterparts to extend the economic sanctions on russia that has cause someday discontent among the russian population. but the white house admits that the measures have done little to slow down the campaign on the border with ukraine. crews have working this morning on accident reconstruction here. and we're waiting to get more details on those involved in the accident. overnight lockdown around the white house has the police
responding to a suspicious package. a package was discovered shortly before midnight. secret service agents kept the people out of a several block area. and the lockdown was lifted this morning. and no word when that was in the package. a warning this morning for anyone thinking of taking a swim in the potomac. think twice before heading into the water. that that is the word as crews continue to look for a man that drown. violence on the streets of washington d.c. overnight. the police responded to a triple stabbing north of the horizon center. it is on the 2800 block of alabama. and several people are recovering from morning from
gunshot wounds. and the police said that an attempted robbery may be the motive for a triple shooting on the 100 block of urban pin street southwest and they reported shootings in northwest, southeast as well. and the police tell us that they are lack like -- looking into if any of the shootings are connected. the police are looking for two men that escaped from a prison in upstate new york. they cut through a steel wall and followed a series of tunnels till they emergeed from a manhole outside. one is in for murder killing a man and disremembering his body. and the governor seemed surprised by the he is glaip this facility was build in
1965. this is the first escape from the institution ever. >> an intense manhunt is underway with more than 200 law enforcement looking for the men. the ca canadaans have been called too. funeral services were held for beau biden. he lost his battle with brain cancer. he was the former delaware attorney general and war veteran. president obama said that biden's greatest achievement was not show up on a resume. >> this is the man at the democratic national convention did not spend the time in the
back. >> and chris martin involved to people at the service after he heard that beau biden liked his music. and biden's funeral was overshadowed by protests. three demonstrators from the westboro baptist church protested the funeral. one was arrested for throwing coffee at officers. a long last, the triple crown drought is over. american pharaoh led wire to wire at the belmont stakes yesterday. he is the first horse in over 30 years. he increased the lead to five length when he crossed the finish line. he is only the 12th triple crown winner in 1919. the last horse did it was in 1978. >> that was cool to watch. and the community came
together to celebrate the young boy's life. >> young boy is known as d man. he will take part in a special 5k to raise money for other sick kids. and we're live this morning with more. >> reporter: registration is going on right now for the very special event. it is the ninth annual star kit 5k and fun run that is going on later today. it is all to den fit the nova children's hospital heart program. you'll remember 6-year-old benson show from mcchain and he got into the shredding accident in january that left him in a coma and in critical condition for weeks. our hockey team, the washington capitols rallied behind him after the capitols russian machine never breaks. it started trending hash tag pray for b man.
and roughly two months later he was back home. he went from not able to talk or open his eyes to being able to walk and eat on his own and talk and tell the capitols, thank you very much for supporting me this entire way. so a lot going on today. he's just one of many team as it s that will be here. we're live in fairfax. a new charter school slated to open next sawing august is going to give $60,000 in the district. >> and how educational programs for adult learner rs s help them get their lives back on track. >> reporter: tiffany bowman has the look of determination in her eyes now. but she was not always this focused. she failed to show up for her final exams in her final year
of high school. she flunked out and without a high school diploma, worked many jobs to support her and her baby. she moved to washington d.c. hoping to find a better life. >> i get to school at 8:55 and leave at 2:55. >> reporter: she wants to be a medical assistant. they hope more adults like bowman will get back into school after dropping out. and they hope it will give high school dropouts another chance of getting their high school diplomas. and it is the only charter school of its kind to offer a high school diploma to a dropout. >> if you're granted a ged, it is roughly that you will make an average of $21,000. and this the labor statistic.
by a diploma, it goes up to $30,000 as far as an entry level position. >> reporter: and the next few months, goodwill plans to look down a new facility, forging a relationship with community organizations to fill 325 seats that will be available next year. larry miller, 9 news now. >> school is available to district residents. happening today, the annual rammy awards. the restaurant event is between 5:00 and 11:00 at the washington convention center today. still to come we'll take a look at charitable living at the checkout. you need to dig deep sometimes to help out. but you might not want to in this case. we'll explain why. crews continue to pull bodys from the doomed chinese cruise ship and we have the latest on the efforts this morning. and the son of the denver
bronco's owner finds himself in trouble after a domestic violence incident. weather-wise, gorgeous day. >> that is right. what a great start start. it is cool and comfortable. we'll look at a rain-free day. if you're going to the last nats game, enjoy perfect weather and partly cloudy and a good day. you can left rain gear at home. we'll talk
we have clouds out there. and i was outside on the weather terrace so we're going to see a lot of sunshine this afternoon. no rain chances today. 69 degrees. but once you head out to the suburbs. we're talking a couple upper 50s out there. so comfortable for the early morning exercisers. and we have fog in the valley and areas like down in harrisonberg. but most areas are okay along the metro spots. and 12:00, we're looking at temperatures in mid-70s. and the southeasterly winds will keep us nice and wind today. and a couple showers possible. but everyone else is rain-free today with a good amount of sunshine. and tonight we stay dry and tomorrow morning, no problems. it is tomorrow afternoon into the evening with the yellow alert for monday. and some showers, thunderstorms
with an approaching cold front and this -- some is of the thunderstorms can be strong to severe. and we'll track that for tomorrow. today it is great. a few clouds around but they're all fair weather clouds and then we get warm ahead of the front and yellow alerts. and a few lingering showers and some clouds possible on tuesday. but most wednesday, thursday, friday, we're hot and feeling like summer. and we'll see some popup thunderstorms friday into saturday. charitable giving at the checkout. you've probably did this once or twice at the grocery store. you may want to rethink that generosity. >> reporter: it is easy to give where you live and shop. but you could lose out on tax deduction. if you give to a reputable organization, you can deduct the gifts from your federal income taxes. and if you donate, before you get a chance to check out the
charity, you could be given to and organization that doesn't quite spend the money the way you intend them to. before you devote your money to any charity, ask questions. be sure it goes to fund the actual mission of the organization. leslie foster, 9 news now. investigators are looking at if the automatic brakes in the 2014 jeep cherokee can automatically come on. yahoo is realigning its app page. facebook launched a lighter investigation of their social media app in asia. facebook light uses less data and people with a slower network connection to use t no word on if it is coming to the united states. still to come we scanned the satellite for some of the
best things caught on camera this week. and maryland's governor works to make a decision on the purple line, he has some ideas about train travel around the dmv as well. if you're headed to the beach or heading home this is a live look at rehobeth bee we'll be there are a lot of channels on your tv but only so many you want to watch what if you could pay for the types of channels you want and not the ones you don't now, fios brings you a totally new way to customize your tv. starting at $74.99 per month with
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lots of clouds out there for now. but they're not going to last all day. we'll see good sunshine this afternoon and fair weather clouds that will hang around for the afternoon. 64 in res continue and 65 in chevy chase. and leesburg 59. a comfortable start. and it will be a gorgeous day, probably the most comfortable day of the next 7. we'll see the temperature start to soar. high temperature is in place and not a lot going on. if you have outdoor plans, you can left umbrellas at home. unless you're traveling in the mountains that is what you'll run into. 80 in leesburg. not a bad afternoon. and tomorrow we're track something thunderstorms in the evening drive home. so that is going to interrupt your pm commute.
and tuesday 87 and lingering clouds and that is still quite high. now to the latest on the capsized cruise ship in china they recovered the body of a 3- year-old girl on the fourth floor. after the ship was lifted out of the river, 406 body have been recovers. a scary incident for hundreds of passengers at a california airport as two planes collide on the tarmac. officials at burbank air force said that the two plains were in the southwest. and they collided as one was backing out of the bank. no one was injured. and the da mageto the plane appears to be minimal. a memorial service is scheduled for today for fallen fire and rescue personnel that died in the line of duty in maryland t is the 10th annual service. still to come, we'll have a
look what the is trending on line. and wait till you see this terrifying video of a french skier's near-fatal item bell we'll check that out next. and before we head toe break, pet picture 9. >> this is from angel what a cutie. >> and jeff thank you for sending in a picture of the english setter hate. it is a good weather day. thank you for sending isabelle in for that. >> we'll be right back. >> oh, one more. >> lazy liby. i think a lot of people can
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with that. if you're stuck in an airport, probably cast of the lion king and beauty and the beat could make it go a lot faster. meet wall lity the bunny. he has the latest trending sensation. today's caught on camera take a look at this terrifying video. a french skier's nearly fatal tumble. >> a group of friends began their dissent down the french alps and the ground opened up like a seemingless bottomless hole and he was able to alert his friend to his location and with the help with fellow skiers and rope they were able to pull him to the surface. how about a little bit of
an upbeat story. the cast of lion king and aladen were stuck in the airport and they treated the passengers to songs from the broadway plays. >> that is terrific! >> that's the way to have a layover that is fantastic. still to come. are you ready for the tonies? the brits are. and washington d.c. has a serious drug problem that is on the rise. and a warning from health officials.
forecast is looking great. good morning. thank you for waning with us on this sunday morning. it is sunday, june 7th. >> good morning. , good morning to all of you. we're after to a good starttor your sunday and hopefully you'll have some outdoor plans because it will be great today weather-wise. and the temperatures will be comfortable and they're about to be hot and the conditions will be rather humid in the coming days. right now a little cloudy out there and it will not last all day and we're 69 degrees and the winds are calm and across the area, in the 50s and 60s. this will go away. and we're under the benefits of high pressure today and the southeasterly winds will keep us nice and warm.
and you see the cold front approaching chicago. that is headed our way tomorrow. and that is going to give us a stormy afternoon. so tomorrow we will be on a yellow alert day and watching the skies closely. today, don't worry about that enjoy the sunshine this afternoon as the clouds slowly depart. and the temperatures near 80. some places will stay in the upper 70s. you can leave all the rain gear at home. it will be a great day today with lower humidity. a health alert as dc deals with a spike in overdoses from dangerous synthetic drugs. the police saw this spike as a result of a synthetic drug. there was a dozen incidents in the last 48 hours. synthetic drugs are illegal and
dangerous. another violent night on the streets of washington d.c. around 3:00 a.m., the police responded to a triple stabbing on 407th street and also alabama avenue. and seven people are recovering this morning from gunshot wounds after a violent night friday into saturday. and the police said that the attempted robberies may have been the motive for the triple shooting on urban street southwest. and there were also shooting in the northwest and southeast. and they're looking to see if any of these are related. hundreds of people came together to honor area remember slain journalist -- and it was an emotionally charged event as mourners wept openly for the young life that was taken too soon. >> when she would dance in the
choir and sing songs, it was to god. >> and the 27-year-old community reporter was shot and killed on wednesday. the police said when a gunman on a passion dirt bike opened fire, the intended target used here as a human shield. the son of the denver bronco's owner is in trouble this morning for an allege domestic violence. this is after a 911 when the woman said that she was shoved into the wall. it disconnected at one point. >> there's nothing to be said. a female calling for help on 911 is a big deal? john? >> the new nfl domestic guy lines, bowling was automatically suspended from his job.
he was set to take over the brothers from his father who is now suffering from alzheimer's. community is coming together to celebrate the recover of a young boy after a shredding sledding accident. and they will raise money for other sick kids. >> reporter: there's still time register for the event that starts in about 45 minutes t is the ninth annual star kid 5k and fun run. and we have jim thompson here. >> good morning. >> reporter: tell me how this event charlotted and how important it is to help children with heart defects. >> the general heart disease is the most common heart problem.
so we started this nine years ago. and when i got to nova children's hospital and i realized if i wanted to take care of the children there, i needed the staff to help me raise money to help with heart defects. >> reporter: you are the neighbor of this incredible six- year-old boy that got into a sledding accident and got hit by a car. how is he doing? >> he is recovering in a fabulous way. it is a true miracle. when he was in the hospital in the winter and he was in a coma, you didn't know what was going to happen. but he is starting to run around and play and walking and talking and doing all the normal things. he's still going through rehab and has a long way to go. but incredible strides. it's been fabulous to watch. >> reporter: you've been with the family every step of the way. >> i've known them for about 12
or 13 years. lance's father we ran our first army ten miler together about ten years ago. and it's been amazing to see them and how strong thorough going through incredible experience. >> reporter: many teens will be running for their cause to help this cause at nova children's hospital heart program. a memorial service will be held sold for fallen fire and rescue personnel that died in the line of duty this maryland. it is the tenth annual service to take place at the maryland emergency services memorial park in annapolis. and it gets underway at 2:00 p.m. and the silver springs volunteer fire department celebrate its anniversary this weekend. governor larry hogan wants to look at high speed trains to cure the transportation
problems. hogan announced that the state applied for 28 million federal railroad administration funds to study the high speed rail line to possibly go between new york and washington. it travels 114 miles an hour. hoe began not officially on board to expand metro here. but sources tell our media partners they "washington post" that the decision could come think day now. it is a $2.4 billion project that will several maryland communities. the british are coming to this year's tony awards. and they will celebrate the best on broadway. >> bits will be everywhere. we have a look at the competition. >> reporter: the theme of this year's tony awards could be the british invasion. >> i'm sorry. but it is so funny.
>> reporter: steven all aldry should know. and these two or nominated for tonies. daughtry also directed the audience. she hopes to bring home her first tony award. >> it is a wonderful process of recognition of people's work. >> reporter: alex sharp is the british transplant nominated for best actor in a play for the curious incident in the dog in the nighttime. >> a beautiful surprise. and to get that recognition is really amazing. >> reporter: his biggest competition is all-american bradley cooper for the elephant man. and the americans appear to have the edge in the music
categories this show is based on a memoir of a pennsylvania family. the critics say it may look like the broadway tea party but the americans are putting up a fight. and the tony awards air tonight right here on wusa. and honoring cancer survivors and bring ago awareness to the disease. and hundreds are searching this morning for two convicted killers that escaped from a high security prison. it is nice out here. and a touch of humidity. this the most humid time of the day. and the rest of your afternoon, more and more sunshine. a great looking sunday. and if you're head to the nats game, 78 by 6:00 and no
problems at all. we'll see a few fair weather clouds and 74 as you begin your journey home. so enjoy your sunday. go nats. we'll be back with the rain and people of the coffee drinking world, dunkin' has a dark roast coffee that's deliciously roasted just right for a bold start and smooth finish that's never bitter. put down the dark roast you've been putting up with and reach for the one you deserve.
you're a grill is master, right? >> i love it i'll grill anything. fish, vegetables. >> so we're ail going to mike's house later on today. >>. it is a great day for bbqs. if you have any outdoor plans, yesterday was good and we're look together eastern shore and today we'll look at another good one and we're starting to see more and more sunshine. no rain chances today. and we'll start to see the rain and thunderstorm chance increase tomorrow. we'll see strong storms. so we're ending the weekend on a good note and we're starting off sunday sunday on a good note as well. and the temperature has not warmed up yet. so it does feel a touch on the humid side right now. and the temperature warms, the dew point stays similar and it will feel good. we're heading to the upper 70s and lower 80s, no rain, just a
few fair weather clouds. you can see the clouds. no rain out there. if we see any showers, you are going run into them if you are making the journey. up through the maryland panhandle. maybe we could see a couple of showers. but everybody else will be dry. southeasterly winds will keep us nice and warm today. 75 degrees by 12:00. notice the sun is out in full force in the afternoon right through your dinnertime hours. and here are the showers i was mentioning. as we go into the overnight hours, we stay dry and with the clear skies. so monday morning, 7:30, no problems. sunshine out there. and it will get hot. and the first half of the day, you could eat lunch outthere too. and here are the showers and storms in the afternoon. and some of these will be quite strong. and so we have a yellow alert on monday. and behind the cold front, we don't cool down at all. temperatures will get warmer and we'll be in the upper 80s
to 90 for much of next week. tomorrow the coolest day of the week. and then the yellow alert for tomorrow and strong storms in the afternoon and parts of your evening. by tuesday, a couple of lingering showers and clouds for the morning. but the day dry. wednesday, 89 and hot and humid by thursday. and we'll see a couple of popup thunderstorms for friday into saturday. sunday health alert time. honoring cancer survivors and bring ago awareness to the disease. -- bringing awareness to the disease. >> reporter: good morning. today is the 28th annual cancer survivors day. there are 14 million cancer survivors in the u.s. and nationwide people are honoring survivors and raising awareness of the ongoing obstacles they
go during remission. and organizers encourage all of those celebrating today to use hash tag celebrate life. and you can share your inspiring story on our facebook page. to a story that every parent should here. researchers in britain said there is a strong link between depression and bullying. they analyzed data on nearly 4,000 young adults and found nearly one-third of those suffered from depression and they were bullied as a teenager. doctors in canada have discovered a key protein that keep muscles strong as people age. it can help stimulate the pro teen that starts to fade as we get older. >> and people with a strong sense of smell may live longer. researchers monitored a group of seniors after they took a
scratch and any of test. they had trouble identifying certain odors died in four years. prescribed rifes in years -- president obama arrived in germany today to joint g-8 summit. a lockdown at the white house overnight after they discovered a suspicious package. it kept people out of a several blocked area near the white house. no word on what was in the package. on heels of last night's violence, people responded to a triple stabbing on the 800 block of 7th street. it was 2100 block of alabama avenue southeast. and it sent one person to the hospital as well.
it is going to be very nice. we'll have an update in your forecast. booming business as the did demand for indian weddings means big bucks for businesses in this area. good morning. we have a big day of sports here. can the nats salvage the series at the park? we shall see. and for the first time in 37 years, we have a triple crown winner. and after 11:00, we'll have game on overtime. and we're talking nba finals as well
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storm on monday. but it could hit some parts of the peninsula while it -- while it is hurricane today. and residents a small town in hawthorne, texas is cleaning up today. it was hit by a tornado late friday. this is the first tornado that the town of seen and the storms did not hold back, pulling roofs off houses and tree into cars. indian weddings are a big business in the district. and parents will drop thousands to create and authentic home style ceremony.
>> reporter: the vegas style floor shows. indian weddings are part celebration and park spectacle and very, very big. >> they could spend 300 to $400,000. >> reporter: this man planned his event at the ritz. with both sets of parents paying and minimum of 250 guests, the money adds of fast. major hotels are actively trying would indian couples. the willhard even has a path where the groom arrives by a horse. in the past three years, the dc area hotels have hosted 24 indian wedding.
>> everyone likes to keep up with the jones or the pitels. >> reporter: this is indian tradition for hospitality staff. >> i was surprised that there were places that knew what they were doing. >> reporter: this couple say experience was one of the reasons that they chose a mariott property for their upcoming wedding. >> groom has a procession outside. is that allowed or open flame. you need the permit. >> reporter: and in addition to space for hundreds of guests, hotels need to know what animals are allowed in the jurisdiction. elephants have been banned in some places but still allowed in washington d.c. >> rarely do you see a small indian wedding. >> reporter: and with the event per person, as far as the hotels are concerned, the more
the merrier. we'll be joined by the new host of face the nation. and we'll talk to john dickerson with one of his first guests, new jersey governor chris christie. and do you have plans outside today? if you don't, you should make some. it will probably be the best looking weather day and the most comfortable weather day that we'll see in the next 7. i'll have all
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they celebrate his recovery this morning. and here's a live look outside. a great looking sunday. enjoy the rest of your weekend. i'll give you the details coming up. good sunday morning and welcome to the best place for sunday morning television. it will be a gorgeous day out. if you're sick of the humidity, you'll get sunshine and beautiful day to do anything. >> anything, biking or walking around the washington mall. we'll see a great day today. so make your plans outside. the rest of the workweek will be hot so unless you're a fan of summer-like weather, i think we like it when it is summer, but it is still spring for another couple of weeks. so we'll see a comfortable day today and 70 and the dew point 61. that is a good dew point for this time of year. 59 as you head out to winchester and a little fog in fort royal and a few fair weather clouds through the afternoon. and high pressure is in place
and that will keep us comfortable. and the southeast philly winds will keep us warm. and we'll head to about 80. look back off to the west. you can see the front headed to chicago and lots of rain and strong storms that is headed our way tomorrow. so the evening drive tomorrow could be a little wet. and we'll time out the storms for you a little later. you could not ask for anything better for a sunday. 77 by 1:00 and 4:00, 79. as you look to go to the pool, today is the day. president obama arrives in germany this morning to join other world leaders in the g-7 summit. >> it will address violence in ukraine and the russian president putin. official will urge his european counterparts to extend the economic sanctions on russia that have weakened it and caused some discontent in the russian population. but even the white house admits
it has done little to slow the continues problems on the border with ukraine and russia. we'll discussed our share future, a global economy that creates job and opportunity and maintaining a strong and prosperious european union and forging trade partnerships and standing up to russian aggression in ukraine and combating threats from violent extremism to climb change. >> summit is being held in a remote hotel in the alps. an early morning car crash in gaithersberg is under investigation this morning. it happened near em receipt grove road. the crew have been working on accident reconstruction. and we're still waiting on the details of the people involved in the accident. and we'll bring it to you on air and on line. violence on the streets of washington d.c. continue once
again overnight. the police responded to a triple stabbing on the 800 block of 7th street and then a shooting late saturday on the 2100 block. 7 people are still recovering this morning from gunshot wounds after a violent night friday into saturday. and the police said that and attempted robbery may be the motive for the shooting on irvington street. and they are reporting streets northwest and southeast. and the washington d.c. are looking at to if any of the shootings are related. a warning for anyone thinking of taking a swim in the potomac. think twice before heading into the water that is the word from the emergency crews as they search for a man that they fear has drown. he has not been seen since went when he and a friend went cliff diving near sandy falls park. the search continuing this morning when two convicted
killers escaped from eye security prison. they cut through a steel wall and followed a series of tunnels till they emerged from a manhole outside the prison on saturday. the other killed a sheriff's deputy. the new york governor seemed odd by the daring escape. >> no doubt it was an extraordinary act. you have a facility that i opened in 1965. this is the first escape from the maximum security portion of the institution ever. >> an intense man shouldn't underway with more than 200 law enforcement officers looking for the men. and canada has been called in because of the prison's close proximity to the canadian border. a community is coming together to celebrate a young boy's recovery just five months
after a sledding accident left him in a coma. we're live this morning with more. good morning. good morning. the team for b man has arrived. they are around the corner some are. but hundreds of people are expected and you can see them behind next and to give you an idea of this special program and event. there are kids that have made it and kids that have made miracleious recovery. and they're all rounding for the same cause and it is all due nova children's hospital. we have such a family. this family has a story to tell. talk about what happened to your children. >> both of our children were born with congenital birth defects. and the doctor got together with us very fast and both of
them had to have holes in their heart fixed. what used to be open hard surgery can now be fixed through a cardiac catheterization. and they putin any little holes in and get the blood flowing properly. >> that is amazing. and you're doing the run? >> yes, we're doing the walk. >> and we're the walker. >> you raised how much? >> we raised $120,000 since they fixed morgan's heart eight years ago and $23,000 this year. >> reporter: fantastic. thank you very much. this is the mitchell family with a miracle story. double miracles.
we have another amazing story coming up. this morning there's a new man in the anchor chair at face the nation. congratulations goes out to john dickerson that takes over the political powerhouse and he joins us live. he has new jersey governor chris christie on this morning, the most blunt outspoken governors. is he still running? >> yes indeed. but he said he has not take and that last step to get to a full candidacy. he is being blunt and being just like a presidential candidate does. >> what about hillary clinton? he took a shot at her and her access to the media. he's been doing the same thing, no? >> reporter: he's been out there when she goes into
interaction with voters, they're screened and prepared for her. chris chris christie is more much rough. >> do you think his chances are any better than last time? >> reporter: he has a steeper hill to climb. last time, he almost popped into the spot. this time he has to overcome the shotty campaign performance last night which was in the debates that he did not perform well. but he's trying to grind it out vote by vote. and he said that he learned a lot since the first run and we'll get a chance to show if that is true. >> there's new york city mayor will talk about progressive and haze approval number continue to sink in new york. because many think he is looking for a role in national politics. >> reporter: he is looking for a role in politics.
he said i cannot get done in new york in new york if the nationality environment doesn't change -- national environment distant change. but people are wondering why he is not there doing what he should be doing as mayor. >> big shoes to fill, but we know you're up to. >> thank you. we'll talk at a virginia senator how millanals are changing the american work force. and we'll tubing a homeland security expert if the nsa surveillanroce pgrams work that is right here at 8:30. >> that's right. and then host the nation with the brand-new host john dickerson. to the latest on the capsized cruise ship in china. the crews recovered a 3-year-
old girl on the forth ship of of that ship. hundreds of body have been recovered from the ship. and now the total number recovered stands at 406. they are still looking for 36 more people. two planes collide on the tarmac at burbank airport. the two southwest planes complieded as one of them was backing out of the gate. 220 passengers were forced to get off the aircraft. at long last, the triple county drought is over. american pharaoh led all the way to win the belmont stakes on saturday to be the first horse in 37 years to sweep the kentucky, the preakness and belmont stakes. he defeated 7 rivals and american pharaoh is only the 12th horse to win the triple
crown since 1970. he won by five lengths yesterday. silver springs fire department celebrating their 100th anniversary this weekend e they had a gala saturday night and governor hogan wants to look at high speed trains to try to cure the state's transportation problems. hogan announced that the state applied for $28 million to study a high speed rail line between baltimore and washington. the one in japan travels 314 miles an hour. celebrate fairfax continues today. and it happened at the fairfax government center between 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. today. and coming up, we'll look
at the first picture of the princess charlotte. kids make science kits for other students around the country. we're off to a good start. and we're here on the weather terrace. don't need jacket. this afternoon, heading to 80. and that is perfect weather. not too hot and not too cool and no rain today. if you're heading to the nats game, enjoy it. you'll probably need the sunglasses and a few fair weather clouds and we'll talk about storms in the
chances till tomorrow afternoon that is when our rain will move in. if you're driving today up to the maryland panhandle or the mountains, could you run into a couple of showers. but that is it. take a look at your futurecast, 12:00, sunshine and mid-70s. we could not ask for a better afternoon for your sunday. and there are the showers up into the maryland panhandle and the clouds will hand out in the 18 corridor and the shenandoah valley. everyone else will see more sunshine as you head further to the west. overnight, clears skies and comfortable start for your monday morning. no problems. but keep the umbrella with you by the time you head home, here it comes. the showers and thunderstorms here and some of these could be strong, especially off to the west through haggerstown and cumberland. you're in a slight risk
category for thunderstorms. would he don't have a yellow alert till tomorrow. so make your plans outside. 78 to 82 degrees and a few clouds out there and lower humidity than what we saw yesterday with the approaching cold front. and the temperatures will take a big jump up in the coming days and 81 today and tomorrow 88. but ahead of that cold front there and showers and storms will pub through. and tuesday, a couple of lingering showers and clouds will hang out in the morning hours. but we stay dry for the afternoon. and we stay warm and the winds out of the west on tuesday behind the cold front and that is a warming wind for us. and we don't see any big drop for the temperature for tuesday. wednesday, we're back to 90. we'll be at 90 if not above that for the rest of the workweek through this upcoming weekend and we'll see a couple of showers and thunderstorms in the picture by friday into saturday. they are some of the
smartest students in the washington d.c. area and they want to share what they learned about science for free. thomas jefferson high school are building science learning kits and making them free for middle schooler across the country. >> reporter: if you ask them, they say science is not their thing. >> not at all. >> reporter: at least that is what they used to say till the box arrived. the free science citers part of project best or building excitement for science and technology. and the nonprofit was started by students at thomas jefferson high school for science and engineering. the supplies for physics, biology, chemistry and other experiments are pack in the boxes and shipped off to middle schools across the country. >> we have 30, 40 activities.
and they contact high school teachers in the google hangout. >> it will give you an idea. >> reporter: and walk them through the program so they could teach them. >> what did you think when you saw you could get the kits for free. >> i said send the kits, the kids would really benefit. >> reporter: and some can teach the experiments now. what is this? >> it is water. when you touch hard it turns into a solid. >> reporter: it does? >> yes it does. they like it so much. the girls enrolled in a summer program. not bad for people that did not like science before britain
released the first photos of princess charlotte. the britain royal have been photographed by some of the leading photographers. but prince william and kate are taking and informal approach. dozens of people are using this massive water slide were overcome by heat stroke. and the problem was an equipment malfunction and it meant that people that bought tickets were able to use the slide and force to sit in the scorching sun till the issue was fixed. happening today, an open house in north bethesda, maryland and there will be sing alongs for the audiences and it is free.
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violence in ukraine and the entren much the entrenched russian president, president putin. an early morning car crash in gaithersberg is under investigation. it happened around 12:30 near the intersection of gosh and emery grove. we're still waiting to learn detail about the people involved in the accident. steve martin is receiving the fame the movie fame award. >> he said that a comedy genius is someone that every decides to go into comedy.
>> he is a legendary banjo player. we have some good news for sam smith fans out there. he has a three week speaking ban. but that has finally been lifted. smith was forced to cancel some tour dates. he's reported to be healing just nine is gate -- just fine and that is great for his fans. this international celebrity received the sackler award. you can only imagine how gracious she was to get her
first award after many years of work. if you have any games with the kids, heading to the pool, grill, today is your day. yes, it will be gorgeous. it will feel like spring for another day. it will not feel like spring as we head into next week. this is the last home game of the week. sewn so enjoy it. no rain chances for today. we have some sunshine and fair weather clouds. and tomorrow, yelle lert day yellow alert day. it will be the second half of the day that we'll see the showers and the storms. the clouds will increase so grab that umbrella for you on monday. and we'll track the storms for
you. and tuesday more humidity and it will be a couple degrees above 90 for the rest of the week. it will be pretty hot. refind to us follow us on twitter. you can send us your pet pictures, comments a pictures of your bbq. and coming up, capital download after we're finished. and cbs this morning. and that is john dickerson's very first face the nation as he takes over to bob schiefer. enjoy your
waters says washington needs to catch up with the millennial work force and new gig economy. >> and after a filibusterer and gop infighting the usa freedom act passes. so are we more free? i'm susan page. >> this is capital download. good morning to you, and welcome to capital download. okay, in a presidential election season we know it's always about the economy, but regardless of the numbers susan's, this is not your daddy's job market. >> it's still a big deal for candidates, but you're right the landscape changed a lot over t
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