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hillary clinton and donald trump and their surrogates have a packed schedule today and tonight. >> in the dc area the campaigns are concentrated on northern virginia. ivanka trump held a town meeting for her father while tim kaine is about to hold a rally at george mason university in fairfax. that's where garrett is live. what are you seeing and hearing? >> reporter: vice president joe biden and the man who hopes to replace him will be out here with a few thousand of their closest friends, mostly students. they have been lined up for a couple of hours anxious to get inside this big rally at george mason tonight. the clinton campaign knows that hillary clinton does not become president without winning virginia and tonight they are here to seal that deal. >> hillary clinton started her final day on the campaign trail
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dark vision for america tomorrow you can vote for a hopeful, inclusive big hearted america. >> the democratic nominee will spend the day shoring up support in typically blue states targeted by trump. pennsylvania and michigan and a midnight rally in north carolina the hardest fought battleground. >> there's a long line. >> her running mate making several stops in that state today. >> we call if hillary wins nadia choudhry orth carolina she will be president. >> donald trump. >> sgldz donald trump donald trump continued -- sdun continued his fight -- donald trump continued his fight today against the media that's against him. >> these are the among the most dishonest people. they don't give you the truth. >> this morning trump reviving
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that he ended the clinton e-mail probe without any charges filed. >> with what is happening with our justice our country is a laughing stock all over the world. they are laughing. >> reporter: tonight donald trump finishes up his day and really effectively the campaign in new hampshire, hillary clinton has one more event in philadelphia before going back to north carolina and of course kaine and biden are here. now, three of something in common, virginia, pennsylvania and new hampshire have almost no early voting. that means all of the votes will come in tomorrow so it's a very interesting place to watch tomorrow night. reporting live, wusa 9. >> garrett, thank you a lot. see you at 7:00 on off script. some big names will join hillary clinton and her family on a stage at independence hal in philadelphia. president obama and first lady michelle
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john bon jovi and bruce springsteen will be there. today president obama campaigned. he told auto workers that donald trump does not care about their future and will be in good hands with hillary clinton as president. >> the latest washington post abc news poll shows that donald trump is lagging with college-educated women. his college-educated daughters are in northern virginia trying to win ivanka and tiffany trump made two stops. they took prepared questions in a town hall event made up of largely women what the campaign wanted. >> get out and vote. >> the purina of -- the power of this election is in everyone's hands. >> i think that virginia is going to be very close and he has a lot of cross over votes. i hope virginia goes red. >> the line to get into that event wrapped around the
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attended the second event at the trump national golf course in sterling. the virginia 13 electoral votes went blue in 2012. the justice department will be monitoring the polls in fairfax and prince william's county tomorrow. >> they are among the jurisdictions they said they will watch. they will be looking out for voter intimidation. security on election day. mayor de blasio said it will be the same as new year's eve. more than 5,000 police officers will work security many midtown, manhattan. that's where both hillary clinton and donald trump will spend election night. police will also be posting at polls places across new york city. should donald trump win the presidential election new jersey governor chris christie would be leading his transition team. in
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news charlie rose asked governor chris christie if bridge gate cost him the chance of being donald trump's running mate. >> do you believe that you department get the election because of bridge gate? >> no. >> you don't think it had any impact? >> i can't say that. >> what impact? >> -- i can't say that. you have to ask donald trump . donald trump didn't call me and say you're not going to be vice president because of bridge gate. >> did he suggest to you that you might be vice president? >> i was certainly being considered. >> pence rather than you? >> i think he thought he was the better choice. >> is it because he didn't have the political baggage? >> we all have political baggage. >> he said the guilty verdicts confirm his suspense. philadelphia's transit look back up and running on election
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buses, training and trollies started to run this morning on a limited basis. the full service resumes tomorrow just in time for voters to make it to the polls. city foishs were worried -- officials with your worried it would have am impact on the polls. stay with us on wusa 9 and our wusa 9 and to look at the results tomorrow. parkinson's disease today. she was criticized several times. >> maen who work ed -- a man who worked for and against reno. stephanie ramirez talked to him. he calls the former attorney general brave. >> reporter: brave. he represented elian gonzalez's
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most controversial cases of janet reno's career. >> it's an image that shocked a nation when elian gonzalez was removed from his home. >> his father said from the very beginning that family is not going to turn him over peacefully. you have to go in and get him. and she knew it would just generate all kinds of terrible images. >> immigration attorney jose batera represented his father. he want today go in earlier arguing legally to boy returned to his dad. politically he said it was a decision that cost the country's top attorney a florida governor's race a few years later but she still did it. >> it took courage and that's what she did. >> others were not as warm. diagnosed with par condition parkinson's disease she quickly took on the biggest controversy of the decade, some on twitter are now tieing to this presidential election.
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tweet said criticizing the 1993 siege on a waco, texas compound where children were believed to be abused. close to 80 people died. >> i approved the plan and i'm responsible for it. >> she gave saturday night live plenty of material. >> she was a force to be reckoned with. >> he's only willing to comment on his work with her. >> she made decisions very firmly. i think she was a very good attorney general. >> reporter: and on twitter eric holder called janet row round -- janet reno his friend. loretta lifrnl -- lifrj, the first -- lynch, the first
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person. >> all right. stephanie, thank you. row reno did not have any children. she retired to private citizen life at a modest family home near the florida everglades and called her political career an activity of joy. coming up on wusa 9 news at 6:00, a woman is arrested after witnesses say she pushed another female in front of a moving train. >> but up next iraq finding mas graves as they push their way into mosul. >> check out these numbers for tomorrow. is it going to be a perfect election day? pretty much. 68 downtown, maybe 70 in leesburg, maybe 70 in martinsburg. 69 in cumberland and hagerstown. we'll come back and those temperatures are not going to stick around all week. we'll explain how the coldest air and when the coldest air of
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seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. forces make a gruesome discovery in mosul. they discovered a mass grave with at least 100 decapitated bodies. right now they have battling isis to take back the city. the u.s. is attacking from the air. hundreds of civilians trying to escape as kurdish and iraq
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continue on the property of an admitted serial killer in north carolina. he confessed to killing four people at a motorcycle shop more than a decade ago. the convicted sex offender was arrested last week after investigators found a woman chained on his property. that woman claims she witnessed him shoot and kill her boyfriend and implicated him in three other murders. tomorrow a jury in virginia case of justin harris. he's charged with murdering his 22-month-old son, cooper. he left him in the back of a car in june of 2014. the prosecutors say it was intentional, the defense said it was an accident. new york city police arrest at woman who is accused of shoving another woman to her death on the subway tracks at times square. police describes
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health issues. there's no indication they knew each other. coming up, election stress reaching a fever pitch as the presidential election races towards the finish line. >> police pour hours of
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security camera video may be the key to find out who has been randomly shooting the university of maryland students with a bb gun. >> there's been no injuries by students are angry. scott broom has the latest from college mark. >> -- college park. >> e happens from the heart of the university of maryland campus. >> three students were reported being hit by bb's fired sunday evening by 7:30 and 8:30. police alerted the campus i e-mail and text. >> it's a notification to get. >> we get an e-mail every day and crimes. this is the strangest one so far. >> when i first read it i thought it was funny but then
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walk to the library late at night and now i don't want to. it was creepy. >> the scary thing is if someone could do it with a bb gun what if they had a real gun. just the fact they were able to do it is a scarily ri -- scary thought. >> it happened near the kim engineering building and capitol one field near a large dormitory. video cams a cover much of the area so now investigators are pipping their hopes on that video but so far nous announced. at the university of maryland, scott broom, wusa 9. >> victims of the bb gun shooting include two men and one woman, all of them are students but none of them were seriously hurt. right now a jury in virginia deciding how much money to award in that lawsuit against rolling stone magazine. uva administrator nicole amaro is
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defamed her. police found no evidence of rape and rolling stone retracted that story. the family of a 15-year-old pepper sprayed by hagerstown police plan to sue the city. officers say the teenager road her bicycle into a car and then fight and cursed at police they pepper sprayed her trying to get her into the police cruiser. you saw most of this on video. the teenage was charged with disorderlon of apology and the charges were dropped. the family is seeking monetary damages. if the 2016 presidential election is keeping you up at night you are not alone. >> the psychological foundation found that more than half of the voters said there's a sign of stress. voters feel anxiety and fear about the out come.
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going to happen if a or b wins or loses. >> that can lead to heart problems, nightmares and trouble sleeping. psychiatrists said take more breaks if social media, take a walk or two and avoid political debates with family and friends. >> i think one other thing. sgrs what's that? >> -- >> what's that? >> more chak chock -- more chocolate. >> anymore because of this presidential election. are we going to be anxious about your winter weather out look? >> it dendz depends what you like, snow or not. >> not. it's 57, winds are light. it's pretty dry. the humidity at 36%. a cold night. there are a frost advise ories inside the beltway with temperatures headed for the low 30s there.
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i mean, we couldn't diagram a better day. we couldn't diagram a better weekend, could we? wow. windy on wednesday and couple of showers. much, much colder on saturday. that's the day i put the snow make in. yep. sure snow flake in. yep, sure did. back to 60 on wednesday and thursdays. briefly milder on friday and then a high of 49 on saturday. okay. that's 49 on saturday. tonight walking the be kind of chilly already in the upper 30s to low 40s. by mid-morning a lots of 31, 32, 33 in cull pepper. 33 in bowie and 35 in bethesda. by lunchtime we are back to the mid 60s tomorrow across the board with full sun and look at that the upper 60s in lake cumberland and
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wednesday we will monitor for a yellow alert day. not a lot of mois moigsture -- moisture but a blustery day. the low 60s on friday. there's a you are -- there's our little flake on saturday and then temperatures back up to 60 on sunday and monday. they are winning that division, right? glsz >> they could. -- >> they could . you know, anything is possible. >> you can grow it in. >> did you say you can grow it? >> i >> i love your optimism. they are move ing ing into a treacherous season. how trent
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible
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the second-of the season is going to be a tough one they take on minnesota followed by green bay, dallas and arizona trying to east. it was def def stating -- devastating for the team to learn of the susquehanna susquehanna -- -- suspension from trent williams. h -- he missed a drug test. he was abroad at the time. he's a 7-year pro. while he's receiving a blot lot of criticism on the outside his
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everybody messes up. if everybody has a title that's i don't think. when he come -- that's wrong. when we comes back we are going to welcome him with open arms >> it hurts big time. you mefr want to see never want to see any of your teammates get suspended for anythinger whatever the case may be. >> cornerback josh norman was fined $25,000 for criticizing the officials during t he was flagged four times for hands to the face but it appears no amount of money will make norman change his style of play. >> what am i going to change? my aggressiveness? my beastality when i'm out there? for what? no. we've been doing this since day one. why is it going to change now? because it's aggressive? >> are you surprised? the washington nationals
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for a big payday after his impressive season but a knee injury changed everything regarding his future. the nationals have decided not to offer him the one-year deal worth $17 million. he store his acl two days after the nationals clenched the division title that means he won't be able to return until halfway through the 2017 season but he's still playing at a high level and his agent is going o going to try and get the multiyear deals. >> we are not afraid of any of the teams that the redskins have to play. >> a couple weeks being you minnesota is struggling, green bay is struggling. all right. that's it for 6:00. cbs is news.
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i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i
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spectfully ask for your vote. captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: a manic monday before decision tuesday. >> get out and vote. >> we can do this. >> pelley: four candidates crisss final election eve push for votes. >> tomorrow we face the test of our time. >> this is it. this is it. good luck. get out there. i did my thing. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: 82 weeks after hillary clinton declared her candidacy and 72 weeks after


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