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the dramatic chain of events didn't end here. tonight, the manhunt for a second suspect in a crime spanning several counties. back home now after a brush with death. what a rookie firefighter plans to do next after months of recovery. a video had all of us talking. a car plowed through a busy restaurant yesterday at lunch time. >> and tonight, those new pictures from inside show exactly what happened. it's hard to believe that no one was killed in all of this. >> bureau chief tracee wilkins is in upper marlboro with the dramatic new picture. >> reporter: let me show you, first of all, this image. a table was up
and there are pieces of the car inside of the restaurant. the owner describes what happened. >> my wife was sitting here at the end. >> reporter: there was no warning. a bang so loud that one of the officers eating inside of the restaurant instinctively went for his gun. when the smoke and confusion cleared, the lunchtime crowd realized it wasn't a bomb but a car that had slammed through the side of babe's and boy's tavern. >> it knocked my wife into the bathrooms in here and all of the chairs. >> reporter: the owner, p.j., is law enforcement. >> of all of the events i've been at, it's amazing that people aren't dead. i just can't believe it. >> reporter: ten people were injured. everyone is expected to be okay. p.j. is concerned about his employees. >> several are hurt and r
have employment for maybe a year. i don't know. >> reporter: police are investigating why the car crashed into the restaurant. the woman who was behind the wheel told me moments after the crash her brakes went out. she also said this -- >> i just hope that everybody come out okay. >> i built this. i built everything your eyes can see. >> reporter: this is a cop bar, a fireman bar with badges to prove it. the hole left now is much bigger than the one you can see. >> now they all have no place. it's been very successful for a long time. >> reporter: prince george's county police say that everyone should be okay. it's like time standing still with food still here on the table. they are beginning to clean up but, again,
business again. tracee wilkins, back to you in the studio. >> it's amazing that it wasn't more serious. >> tracee, thank you. the restaurant also wants to create a gofundme page to help those employee who is will be out of work, the owner said for as much as a year as they try to rebuild. >> could be tough for a lot of people. let's go to erika gonzalez at the live desk. erika? >> breaking news on the afternoon commute. this is video of northbound rockville pike. you can see some of the firefighters way back there where they are getting word of the medical center.
gunpoint. and the shooting happened and in takoma park they crashed about 2:00 a.m. on taylor street in the district. more on that later but first here is pat collins with new details about why this family may have been a target. pat? >> reporter: doreen, when he saw two gunman go after his 77-year-old mother and his 53-year-old sister even though he didn't have a gun, even though he's been shot in his leg, neighbors impressed. >> i didn't know it was actually my neighbor. he's actually a quiet guy and i didn't know he was that much of a hero. apparently he
down. >> reporter: in the dark hours of the morning, robbery, gunfire, screams. >> sounded like about ten. pop, pop, pop. and then i was downstairs and i was listening and by the door and i heard a lady scream. i was hearing screaming. >> reporter: surveillance video captured some of the action at this home in silver spring. the victims returned home from a family-owned convenience store in d.c. in the driveway, an armed robbery. the man sees what is happening to his 77-year-old mother and his 53-year-old sister and goes to their defense and even though he is shot in the leg, he doesn't give up. i'm not going to show the blood but i'm going to talk about the trail of bloodo
understand how far the victim ran after he was shot. you see, it started way back there near his house and goes all the way up to the corner but it doesn't stop there around the corner down to this driveway onto this road and then into the intersection, the victim's shoe ending up in a grassy area alongside new hampshire avenue. the suspects sped away but minutes later a few miles away they wrecked their getaway car in d.c. now tonight, one suspect arrested and one gun recovered and that wounded man, he's expected to be okay. doreen? >> that's good to hear after everything he went through. thank you, pat collins reporting. that robbery not only woke up people in silver spring, it awoke people at catholic
university. the school sent out an emergency message. the shelter in place order was lifted after the police gave the all clear at about 3:30 this morning. police are looking for clues after a sex assault on a popular jogging trail in bowie. a woman said she was attacked monday afternoon off of general i guess mill road. shomari stone is live with a possible break in this case. shomari? >> reporter: before we show you video, i want you to know that prince george's county police are working with bowie as you can see behind me right over here they are trying to figure out who this person is, has anyone in this community seen him and, if so, what are they going to do. police right now are determined to try and find the pso
let's roll some video right now just to show you what he looks like on his bicycle. this came from a home security camera. it shows the bearded man dressed in a gray hooded sweatshirt, dark pants, riding a white bike. police want to ask this guy questions about what happened around 4:30 monday evening. children were coming home from school around that time. a man grabbed a woman who was jogging on the path near the intersection of jewett place and jennings lane. the attacker sexually assaulted the woman, she was able to break free and then the man ran away from the area. as i told you, police passed out flyers and coming up at 11:00, we'll talk to people in the area to let you know what they are planning to do to combat what happened. >> shomari,
president trump was in texas and he said there's great unity within his party despite criticism from two republican senators who raised questions about his character and fitness for office. >> and he talked about the opposition research that led to the dossier that he calls the russia hoax. blayne alexander has the latest. >> reporter: before heading to dallas for a fund-raiser, president trump making a stop with reporters taking questions on a wide range of topics. >> it was almost a love fest. maybe it was a love fest. standing ovations. there is great unity. >> reporter: the president denying his party is coming apart at the seams a day after being sharply rebuked on the senate floor by senator jeff flake. >> his poll numbers are terrible. >> reporter: and addressing the controversy over his phone call to the widow of
david t. johnson. >> i was really nice to her. i respect her. i respect her family. i certainly respect la david. >> reporter: he also revealed that he did not directly authorize the mission in niger that ended johnson's life. and on new reports, the clinton campaign and the democratic party helped pay for an infamous russian dossier containing salacious allegations of president trump. on capitol hill today, senator flake still on the attack. his republican colleague largely silent or coming to the president's defense. >> the president has his own way of communicating and it's worked. >> reporter: when asked if that communication should be more civil -- >> i went to an ivy league college, i was a nice student, i did very
>> reporter: and people say that makes him look more uncivil than he really is. and he said that the press is making him look more uncivil. many say his twitter account where he's leab belled a number of critics using names such as wacky, incompetent and little. >> blayne alexander, thank you. new information about the deadly ambush in niger. two military officials say the elite group changed the mission from reconnaissance to pursuit of a suspected isis recruiter. investigators suspect that they were intentionally delayed and the u.s. forces were ambushed while returning to their outpost. they have limited combat experience, potentially raising more questions about this mission. we've got a
that we're loving to share with you tonight. the odds were stacked against him. but several months later, a rocky firefighter is back home after being almost killed on the job. why he says he has no plans to stop doing what he loves. the naacp issuing a travel advisory warning passengers about bias incidents on american airlines. are travelers heeding the warning? i'm meagan fitzgerald. i'll have this story coming up. cooler weather, a big storm and then colder weather. we've got a lot to talk about
ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
the doctors didn't think he would survive after being hit by a ladder truck on the job but after three grueling months on the hospital, dane smothers jr. finally got to go home tonight. chris gordon has more on his remarkable journey. >> reporter: dane smothers jr. walked in wearing his uniform and a neck brace surrounded by fellow firefighters as he says good-bye to the doctors and thursdays and staff from medstar rehabilitation cente
firehouse, i love them and they've grown to love me. >> reporter: smothers nearly died after getting struck after getting out of a d.c. fire and ems unit which was just arriving on the scene of a rowhouse fire on capitol hill. since his injury on august 2nd, he's had surgeries and intense physical therapy. fire chief dean says they are saving a place for smothers in the department. >> this is one of many steps that dane is taking. dane's plan and our plan is to return dane to operations. he's got a lot of work to do, but that's the goal. >> reporter: doctors say he still has months of work ahead and his injuries may make it difficult to return to active duty as a firefighter but they say his 83 days of medical treatment shows them how determined he is. >> my advice to anybody who sees dane down the road, don't bet
future in perspective saying he's a very strong young man and he's have very good care. back to you. >> chris gordon, thank you. an airline alert for a specific group of travelers. the naacp says american airlines may not be safe for african-americans. news4's meagan fitzgerald is asking passengers if this alert will change how they travel. >> reporter: when it comes to air travel, many folks will say it's not always a pleasant experience, to say the least. >> how else can i go et to get . in an hour. >> reporter: lately, the naacp says the experience for african-americans has been even worse. >> we've received a number of complaints about american airlines treatment o
flights. >> reporter: so the naacp has issued a travel advisory and they are warning folks, especially african-americans, that their safety could be at risk if they fly with american airlines. the naacp says they've been following several racially biased incidents. the director of the washington bureau says even one of their board members was targeted. >> they did not recognize them and decided to say comments about them and even threaten them. when the airline hostess came by to see what was going on, they decided to put him off the plane as well. >> reporter: so far, the travelers we've talked to haven't noticed a problem. >> so far, it's been fine. >> reporter: but should they experience the issues the naacp is reporting, their travel practices will likely chae.
true, then i think the airline better change its procedures and get its act together. >> reporter: american airlines said, "we do not and will not tolerate discrimination of any kind. we have reached out to the naacp and are eager to meet with them and it's important to note here that they set a date for the allegations. meagan fitzgerald, news4. you may need to budget more time at the airport when you fly in from a different country. five airlines will add additional screening. each airline will handle the screening differently. written questionnaires, screening at check-ins and enhanced luggage searches are all up on the table. we'll talk to tom costello about the reasons for the change. >> that will affect a
people. coming up new at 6:00, a smi milestone for those hit by superstorm sandy. i'm jodie fleischer with the i-team. cemeteries may have to shut down because of skyrocketing water bills and it has nothing to do with how much water they are using. >> it makes no sense whatsoever. >> we took their concerns to the head of d.c. water coming up. and what do you think of this, amazon's plan to let delivery drivers walk right into your home. why the company may soon be able to unlock you homer
you may remember this image from superstorm sandy. now almost five years later, the roller coaster that was wrecked has now been replaced. the new one sits farther off the beach where it can survive another big storm if one comes. homeowners in new york city are also preparing for future flooding. some homes were lifted into the air on risers and there are new protected bulk heads, marshes and dunes. >> for the most part, they have done an awesome job of rebuilding. doug isck
that could impact those same areas damaged during sandy? >> yeah, guys. we'll watch this very closely. the five-year anniversary is on sunday the 29th and this storm will affect them on the 29th into the 30th. what i'm watching right now, i have a very large map here and i have d.c. here. notice this area of low pressure down into the caribbean. a strong cold front coming through the center part of the country. a lot of moisture, it doesn't matter if it becomes a tropical depression or storm, it doesn't matter. the moisture here and wind is going to be a big factor and move right up into the frontal boundary and notice the rainfall around the d.c. area. we're going to see a very rainy sunday, at least early in the day. and then these two systems will merge together and this area of low pressure will increase in intensity right off the coast and move right in to areas of new england, areas like long island, around new york o
jersey shore. we get bombarded with heavy rain all day. right now i think it stays farther out to sea for us. this is on sunday. a strong coastal storm in the making. heavy rain likely from this storm and even for us but a nasty sunday. not a very good sunday at all. more on the redskins forecast in a second but right now, our forecast is looking okay outside. it's just going to get cool and get cool quick. calm winds and clear skies. temperature is 62. around the region, already 50 in winchester. 49 in west virginia. 56 in culpeper. you see that cooler air settling on in across the region. no rain here although we're seeing snow, believe it or not, sprinkles and snow showers back into the mountains of west virginia. you can see that right in here. there it is, another system coming through. this system will enhance the cooler weather around our region. thro
us that sunshine. rain, though, still around the boston area and diving down to the south this is actually going to continue to reinforce our cool air. a very cool day across our region. tomorrow, most of you in the 50s. d.c., a mix of sun and clouds. it's breezy and a lot cooler. friday morning, a low of 46 degrees. look at this, temperatures in the suburbs back down into the mid-30s. we could see another frost advisory early on friday. that's something i'll be watching out for. a very cold one there. 70 on your saturday and tracking that storm on sunday. a high of 58 as we take on the cowboys. this is an incredibly important day for us. rain likely early and then i'm hoping that we drive during the game and most of the game is looking okay. but this is the system we'll have to watch very closely. tracking halloween, it could be colder. much more on this including the hallowee
see you at 6:45. up next, buried in bills. >> one of the most historic cemeteries may have to close because of soaring water bills. but it's not because they are using more water so why are they paying hundreds of thousands of dollars every year in fees. >> ever had a package stolen off your doorstep? the step that amazon is tak
one of d.c.'s most historic cemetery could be forced to shut down because they can't afford the district's growing water bills which has nothing to do with how much water they are using. >> it's a fee the district is charging all of its customers but those with roads or parking lots have seen bills jump by thousands of dollars every month. >> reporter: jodie fleischer is going to tell you what d.c. water plans to do about it. for right now, nothing. the board said they will look at it and some of the most prominent cemeteries are buried in bills and have spent thousands of dollars on that fee. when you look out across rock
resting place filled with beauty, sculptures and a significant piece of washington, d.c., history. >> we have four supreme court justices here, a signer of the constitution here. >> reporter: over the years, these grounds have attracted people of all faiths, races and backgrounds. the 86 acres also serve as a public park. >> this is the most historic cemetery in the city and we want to be here. we've been here since 1712. >> reporter: but jim jones says the cemetery's future is in jeopardy because it can't pay its $200,000 a year water bill, a bill that used to cost about 3500. >> our water usage is declining but the actual water bill is declining. >> reporter: that's because of this line right here, the clean rivers iac, which stands for i am impervious water. even all of these little
surprise. most of these masoleums were constructed 150 years ago. >> reporter: the news4 i-team spent months asking for records and d.c. cemeteries have already paid millions funding the district's multibillion dollar tunnel project. >> it just seems unfair that the heaviest burden appears to be in a place that is actually supporting the city in order to support the community. >> reporter: cemeteries and churches are especially hard hit because they have to have parking areas. the larger cemeteries also have roads to get to their grave sites. it fact ares into that fee. but they don't make the district pay for it is roadways. those are exempt. >> if it's good for the goose, it's good for the
>> reporter: they pay millions for parking lots and so does the federal government and allows them to charge customers who don't get a regular water bill jones says cemeteries are different. >> we're not commercial parking lots. we're a green space. >> reporter: he says the cemetery even spent $100,000 ripping out some of its roadways and planting grass instead but when it appealed to d.c. water, an inspector noticed more impervious areas so the fees went up. >> we were dumbfounded. >> reporter: speaking of the natural arboretum, that 400 sanctuary of public green space pays nearly $400,000 a year in iac even though they are not hooked to a storm drain so they feel like they shouldn't have to pay the iac charge. is that a valid argument? >> it's an argument
point to it the project is not getting any cheaper. >> what is the cost of it? >> some cities like baltimore and offer a hardship exemption for nonprofits who cannot pay. >> i think over time many operators are going to be left with no other choice than to close their gates and walk away and i think for an institution like rock creek cemetery, that is just unthinkable. >> and as we showed you on monday, other customers like churches and nonprofits are also having trouble paying. they expect the fees to keep increasing every year through 2030. the head of d.c. water says t
until next year. jodie fleischer, news4 i-testimony. >> and churches are also struggling with the high water bills. go to our nbc app and click on investigations and you can send any tips that you think they should be checking out. desperate searches, troops went without sleep in the hunt for sergeant beau bergdahl. he pleaded guilty to desertion and endangering the lives of his fellow troops when he walked away from his post in afghanistan back in 2009. he was captured by the taliban and held four five years. now the sentencing phase for this trial is under way. prosecution witnesses are detailing injuries and losses they suffered while trying to find him. testimony resumes tomorrow. the man accused of stealing hundreds of dollars from a man with autism has been charged with fraud now. these surveillance p
inside a navy federal credit union back in august. they say he convinced a 22-year-old man with autism to give him his bank card. detectives tell us prophet then posed as the victim to deposit a fa fake bank check. chances are you know at least one person touched by the drug epidemic. now start telling new numbers prove that this crisis is expanding. the maryland department of health just released new statistics for the first six months of 2017. during that time, 203 more people died from overdoses in the same period in 2016. 68% of the overdose deaths in maryland are in the first half of this year are related to fentanyl. but the crisis isn't eye lated isolated to maryland. drug crisis is up 15% in the first quarter of this
overdose-related deaths in the district nearly tripled between 2014 and last year. the number of deaths might be even higher across all of the states if not for the overdose reversal drug nar ccan. now you'll be able to buy it from walgreens without a prescription. critics say it could lead to more overdoses by giving addicts a false sense of security. amazon is offering a new service to make sure you never miss a delivery. a high-tech approach giving the company the key to your front door. plus, the smartphone app that could save your life. look at these numbers. 64 degrees, d.c. 45 in elkins, west virginia. we have really cool air moving our way. we'll talk about that and that big storm
creepy or cool? amazon wants to change the way that we get our deliveries. their plan is to let a stranger inside your home. news4's consumer reporter susan hogan is working for you to show us how it works. >> well, the next time you get home, amazon could have your packages waiting for you inside your home, if you can believe it. the new service is called amazon key and the indoor security camera and the cloud cam. it's a remote that you control and gives amazon access to your home so they can bring packages inside. it's available to prime members starting november 8th. you download the amazon key app which will enable you to track a delivery so each time a deliver requests access to your home, amazon verifies the correct driver is at your house at the right time. amazon cloud cam then starts recording and your door is
you can also give friends, family and anyone else access to your home while you're away. prime members can preorder the cloud cam and a compatible lock starting from about $250. the cloud cam alone starts at 120. one more thing, the camera's built-in microphone, you can talk to your pet or your kid when you're away at work. >> ah, technology. the next app you download to your smartphone could save someone's life. news4's mark segraves first reported this on twitter today. the d.c. is activating the pulse point app. it will alert you to someone within a quarter of a mile who is having a heart attack and needs help. it also shows you where the nearest defibrillator is located. the man we spoke with said the app saved his life. >> it's amazing. i mean, let's fac
have a firehouse on every corner of the county. >> i was at the right place at the right time. he contacted pulse point. >> reporter: you don't have to be certified in cpr to use this app. just willing to help someone in need. >> there are a lot of great uses for this technology that we have. >> yeah. new airline rules take effect tomorrow. tom costello has more and why some fear it may lead toll longer security lines. plus, power walking in georgetown. why this video quickly became one of our most tkedal when i was 3, children's national helped me beat the odds so i can play with my grandkids.
when i was 14, they saved my heart so i could bring family together. so i can help cardiac patients just like me. so i can serve my country. so i can do what i love. so i can give back. so i can play in the junior olympics. so i can make plays. so i can do this. so i can race my friends. children's national didn't just help us grow up, they helped us grow up stronger. ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
if you're flying into an airport from out of the country, security is going to get tougher. nbc's tom costello is at reagan airport. this is all about electronic devices like carry-on laptops? >> reporter: that's a very big part of it. you may recall that they have been very concerned that isis has found a way to smuggle explosives in, specifically in laptops. they banned anyone from carrying on a laptop on board a plane coming from ten middle eastern airports until the airports upped their security game, which they did. but now what we have is homeland security mandating that all airlines carrying 324,000 passengers a
stricter protocal. you may be flying in from another airport overseas and they will spend even more time quizzing you about where you have been and did you pack your bags and all of that. it's all part of homeland security's effort to increase security worldwide. this is not just the middle east and not just europe. this is all about flights coming into the u.s. and one big concern, doreen, as you know, has been if you're in europe, the concern is that isis fighters may migrate through europe to come in through turkey and make their way up into northern europe and then catch a flight. so they want to try to identify these people as quickly and rapidly as possible. >> but on the other hand, tom, this makes it possible for people to take their laptops on tomorrow of those international flights, doesn't it? >> we should
you can carry your laptops and you will probably get then swabbed down and have a closer inspection but you can carry them on board, which is a big relief for those who use them to work or watch movies or whatever. >> indeed. tom costello, thank you. it's going to affect a lot of people, international travel a way of life for many in d.c. tom shares more details you need to know tonight on "nbc nightly news" as lester holt takes over from us at 7:00. our fur family is just like the rest of us, right? >> it's possible to catch a glimpse of them around town. and here's a look at former first lady michelle obama. she was getting some exercise and did not appear to be seeking ou
cap there. you probably recall the obamas decided to stay in washington after they left the white house because their daughter sasha is still in high school. their older daughter malia is up at harvard. >> mrs. obama ought to be able to get exercise on this beautiful fall day, right? >> that's right. >> i'd like to be out exercising on a beautiful day like this myself. it got a lot colder, though, today? >> yes. temperatures not bad if you're in the sunshine. but it's on the cool side for sure. a very chilly day tomorrow. temperatures from any of us, we'll show you what we're dealing with. first off, the conditions around the area, first off, what are we doing tomorrow? we're going live from cox farms. did you see thathe
picture. >> i do. i don't know who chose that picture. i believe i'm going to be with a 1400 pound pumpkin tomorrow in centreville. i'm asking right now, right now, all my herndon friends, i want to see you down there tomorrow night at cox farms. i'm bringing my kids down there as well. out there right now, 62 degrees. temperatures are falling quickly. 56 by 9:00 and a cool night for sure. no rain to talk about but we're looking at a storm system that came through a day and a half ago. the actual storm is finally moving our way and we're going to get in on cooler air. we saw snow around snowshoe, west virginia. tomorrow, starting off on a cool note, 44 degrees in the beltway. 56 by recess and 61 by thee
cold day for sure. friday, 46. 35 in martinsburg and culpeper at 34. yes, a very cold friday morning. you'll need the coats, most likely. we may see the first freeze in some areas. i think most of the area does remain above freezing. 67 for a high on friday. 70 on saturday. a great event in fauquier county. we're going to get some rain during the day on sunday and this is what i'm hoping for the redskins game. right now, it looks like the best chance for rain is early in the day and we may start to see later rain during the afternoon. look at these temperatures. only in the 50s. it's going to be a nas dee day. 58 degrees on monday. overnight lows in the 40s. how about the
well. i've already got my costumes picked out. two out of the three picked out already. it will be a cool night and probably need the sweatshirt underneath the costume as you move on in. we've got cooler weather moving in. all in all, though, not too bad. we're back to the sunday ralph northam: i'm ralph northam and as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia
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we are not losing again. not in the same week! >> oh, thanks, dad. >> that's what started it all. the war of words. the lakers responded and john wall has responded. so john wall is going to play the lakers tonight and be matched up against lonzo ball, the point guard, against john wall tonight. he says he is promises the show no mercy versus the rookie. check out his numbers careerwise. 11 games versus the lakers. he's averaged the most points in assists than any other team. 12.7 assists. wall in his career sporting a 9-2 record versus them. this is as intriguing as it gets in the regular season. a lot of critics of
is not one of them. he said, hey, my father left me at 2. i would love to have my father around like lavar is around and talk to him and pump me up with confidence. to me, that's every son's dream and for some reason he gets criticized. no question, he's a little ambitious at times with what he says but i have no problem with it." all of these times we've been rolling our eyes. that's a totally new perspective. >> it really is. >> and then he says he needs to temper it a little bit. >> dial it back. >> we all think that. the wizards are looking to move to 4-0 tonight. this franchise hasn't been 4-0 since 1974. >> wow. >> it's so intriguing. kickoff at 10:30 tonight on nbc sports washington. we'll be all tired.
sunday wasn't just a good-bye to our stadium but hamid has signed with a danish team fc mid-uylland. he signed with the first team back in 2009 and was d.c.'s first home-grown signing in history. he attended mass catholic high school. he holds the record for starting and he'll be missed. the hottest world series on record. also, the quickest since 1992. clay concton kershaw there. kate upton's fiance is on the mound for l.a. that's at 8:09, first pitch. finally, you've heard of behind the scenes and now we bring you
here is the inside scoop. >> the bat is super small. it was a rough day for me at the office. >> well, john is pitching with his left hand. it was fun. it was the first time this kind of experience and now we're going to play more and it's a great warmup and great for the team bonding and, you know, the we lost by one point but it's okay. >> we're running the show just because i knew it. >> he doesn't look like a natural. >> he's an athlete. >> it's funny to watch. >> thank you for making us
tonight, new new screening changes. mandatory starting tomorrow. why it could take longer to clear the airport security line. victory lap. has president trump staved off a revolt after high-profile republicans unleashed a fierce attack on his character, silence on the hill. and the president fires back. nbc news exclusive. new revelations in the wake of that deadly mission in niger. senior intelligence and military officials say the u.s. is paving the way for armed drones in the region. in-home deliver deliveries. drivers unlocking your home leaving packages inside when you're not there. would you sign up? new vaccine to fight a painful condition. doctors now recommending millions get the shot. caught on camera. what c