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- above average temperatures continue - showers still likely friday; timing may be later - dry saturday, rain developing sunday - heay
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early. becoming partly cloudy. breezy and mild. highs: 53-58 winds: nw 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: partly cloudy. cool. lows: 36-40 winds: nw 5 mph thursday: partly cloudy. remaining mild. highs: 54-58 winds: nw to se 5 mph developing now-- controversy on capitol hill after the white house commutes the capitol hill after
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commutes the sentence of chelsea manning. manning had been sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking classified documents to wikileaks. but as jay korff explains... manning will now go free in just a few months. turning to the inuguration-- we are now just 2 days away from the big day. on friday: these
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day. on friday: these areas will be flooded with people- all vying for the best view of the momentous occasion. if you don't have a ticket--- there are seven access points along the national mall. there are also 12 access points along the parade route. here is what you
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there are three non-ticketed sections along the mall. the best way to get to the area between 17th street and 15th street-- might be to park in arlington and walk across the memorial bridge. but if you want a good view of the capitol, you'll want to get on the mall early so you can get in front of the washington monument. for the parade route-- try to get a sport with a long vantage point, both of the capitol and pennsylvania avenue. an important travel alert for commuters. due to additional security procedures-- the main hall of union station is now closed. it will not reopen until friday morning. vre, marc and amtrak passengers will have to enter union station at the west portico entrance. the metro entrance is at 40 massachusetts avenue, near the outdoor bike racks. travelers are asked to obey all special signs. and coming up-- our own jummy olabnji will be out at the canadian embassey-- as we continue to break down the last minute preparations going on before the inauguration. the abc 7 team will be live along the parade route from the capitol, down pennsyla
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from trump's speech through the parade and inaugural balls, 7 is on your side-- bringing live coverage from across the region. on the hill... some of the toughest questioning we've seen yet for one of the president-elect's cabinet nominees. school choice advocate betsy devos is donald trump's choice for education secretary. virginia senator tim kaine clashed with devos over whether schools must meet federal requirements for helping disabled students. a similar back-and-forth took place over the issue of guns and schools. it's not over yet. senate democrats are demanding a second hearing for devos. fo
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members have hearings set for today. south carolina governor nikki haley is nominated for u-n ambassador. oklahoma attorney general scott pruitt is nominated to be the head of the epa. businessman wilbur ross is nominated for commerce secretary. and georgia representitive tom price has a courtesy hearing for his nomination as h-h-s secretary. it's a courtesy hearing because a separate panel, the senate finance committee, will actually vote on price's nomination. you know what they say.. there's no place like home.. and tonight the wizards could extend their home winning streak. -the wizards 12 game home winning streak is currently the longest in the nba -that's their longest since 1989. -so what is the franchise record? 22 games. they are half way there. and look for 13 straight against memphis tonight. -only two nba teams have more home wins than the wizards: the cavs and warriors. the chargers move from san diego to los angeles has been everything but smooth so far. first fans burned team gear and threw eggs at the teams former facility.. and now more than 25 companies have joined
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team move. they created a website "we wont move you". their headline. dear chargers we won't move you to los angeles, love your local san diego moving companies. coming up-- the manhunt for an accused cop killer in florida is finally over. what police are saying about operation that finally nabbed their suspect. - above average temperatures continue - showers still likely friday; timing may be later - dry sat
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timing may be later - dry saturday, rain developing sunday - heavy rain monday today: fog and clouds early. becoming partly cloudy. breezy and mild. highs: 53-58 winds: nw 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: partly cloudy. cool. lows: 36-40 winds: nw 5 mph thursday: partly cloudy. remaining mild. highs: 54-58 winds: nw to se 5 mph coming up. a heart stopping rescue-- captured
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and both the victim and her rescuer-- were in very real danger. the details.. coming up. bth network connections hello. i'm mark hyman.
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behind the headlines. there's another cyber-security issue that's received far-less attention. around christmas 20-15, juniper networks disclosed it found unauthorized code in its operating system. this created a backdoor to access encrypted data. the unauthorized code had been in place since at least 20-12. juniper is the second largest manufacturer of networking equipment. the company issued a pair of software patches as a security measure. what juniper didn't disclose or, if it even knew was who installed the backdr. as a result of the disclosure and patches, one it security company claimed it discovered juniper's master password. network security has been a concern for years. in 2007, a pair of programmers reported encryption approved by u.s. authorities was vulnerable to a backdoor. then it was learned the n-s-a had a role in installing security weaknesses in encrypted systems. banking, healthcare and other private data we
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the danger isn't just possible abuse by u.s. officials. this makes encrypted systems vulnerable to foreign governments and other bad actors. u.s. industry and government use juniper networks. they all may have been at risk. to comment, go to behind the headlines dot net. happening now.. the man accused of fatally shooting orlando police lieutenant debra clayton remains in custody this morning. markeith loyd was captured last night in an abandoned house.. after a days-long manhunt. he's suspected of killing clayton last week when she tried to approach him at an orlando area walmart. he was wanted for allegedly killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend
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clayton's handcuffs were used to arrest him. loyd was wearing body armor.. and had two guns when he was arrested. one was equipped with a 100-round magazine. in the war on terror, the widow of orlando nightclub shooter omar mateen will be back in court today in oakland, california. noor salman is charged with aiding and abetting terrorism, and obstructing justice. she was sleeping monday morning, when f-b-i agents burst into her mother's home near oakland, and arrested her. prosecutors say she knew about the attack on the pulse nightclub in advance, and lied to federal investigators about it. omar mateen killed 49 people in that attack, before police shot and killed him. in health matters.. it's one of the big battles as we transition to president trump.. in clinton, maryland last night, hundreds of people met with
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about the future of the "affordable care act." opponents of obamacare say americans were told the plan would save them money.. but they ended up paying way more. supporters of the plan say it needs to remain in place. president-elect donald trump wants obamacare repealed. last week, the donald trump wants obamacare repealed. last week, the house and the senate passed measures meant to start the repeal process. a woman is safe, after a dangerous rescue operation on a mountain in california. the woman and her brother were hiking down the devil's backbone trail when she slid 50 feet off the side. she managed to use her ice ax to prevent her from falling farther. her brother called 9-1-1.. and a sheriff's patrol helicopter arrived. a pare
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rescue on a camera strapped to his chest. he moved quickly to get the harness around the woman. the woman was flown to a hospital, where she was treated for a few bumps and bruises. she was later released. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - above average temperatures continue - showers still likely friday; timing may be later - dry saturday, rain developing sunday - heavy rain monday today: fog and clouds early. becoming partly cloudy. breezy and mild. highs: 53-58 winds: nw 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: partly cloudy. cool. lows: 36-40 winds: nw 5 mph thursday: partly cloudy. remaining mild. highs: 54-58 winds: nw to se 5 mph
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fishing tournament. they were going 55-miles per hour when their boat malfunctioned sending them flying overboard. you see it all here. luckily they were wearing life jackets. aside from a few bumps and bruises, neither of the men were seriously hurt. another top bank is paying a stiff price for it's role in the 2008 financial crisis. deutsche bank has agreed to pay seven point two billion dollars for their role in the 2008-financial crisis. the bank was accused of packing poor-quality mortage bonds into securities giving investors a false sense of security. the settlement includes a 3-point-1 billion dollar civil penalty. the remaining 4-point-1 billion will go to homeowner relief, loan forgiveness among other things. the d-o-j is calling it the largest fine ever levied by its' department. happening today. an asia american rock band takes their trademark battle to the supreme court. the slants have been barred from trademarking their name because it's considered offensive to asians. today, justices will consi
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law barring disparaging trademarks violates the band's free-speech rights. the case has drawn national attention because it could affect the redskins in a similar fight to keep the nfl's trademark protection. generic tease... toss to break
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hospitalized in houston. the condition of the former commander in chief right now. plus - finishing touches for the presidential inauguration. the traffic changes now just hours away. and dense fog making for a difficult drive overnight. the areas starting to clear - and where the fog is sticking around. good morning washington i'm larry smith. and i'm autria godfrey. we'll check on the forecast in just a minute... but first - to that breaking news - a health scare for george h-w bush. houston area media are reporting the former president has been hospitalized. according to bush's chief of staff "jean becker", the 41st president is in stable conditoin and doing fine. becker did not say why the 92-year-old was hospitalized. but bush's office expects him to go home in a couple of


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