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also bound for a cruise. he was killed, she was injured. >> she fills up the room. >> reporter: besides the five deaths, six more people were shot and rushed to broward medical center. dozens were treated with minor injuries from the aftermath of the shooting as confusion and panic set in. >> i think what is heartbreaking is today some of our patients learned that they lost their loved ones. >> reporter: tonight the loss from yet another mass shooting is rippling across america, as communities remember loved ones who went on vacation and never came home. >> that was nbc's gabe gutierrez reporting. this shooting is raising questions about tsa rules on guns. the suspect used a gun that he stored in a checked bag. passengers are allowed to store unloaded guns in a checked bag. they must be in a hard-sided and locked container that only the
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the torture of a mentally challenged teen in chicago shocking the nation. tonight, people across the country are showing him support. we are learning more about a deadly police-involved shooting in maryland, investigators afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose.
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we have learned the name of the man shot and killed by howard county police. authorities say he is william mattis. police say they were forced to shoot at mathis after he broke into his ex-wife's home this afternoon. according to police the woman called 911 saying that she had a protective order against her ex-husband and she tho t
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officers confronted the man inside the home. they say he choked one of the officers and was struggling with two others. >> arriving officers discovered the rear glass door shattered and made entry into the home, where they were confronted by the suspect in a violent encounter. >> mathis died at the scene. two of the officers had to go to the hospital. they are expected to be okay. the woman and her three young children were not hurt. support is pouring in for a mentally disabled teenager whose brutal beating was broadcast on facebook live. a gofundme campaign called "let's show the chicago victim love" had a goal of raising $10,000. as of tonight it's at $92,000. police in chicago say four people tortured the victim and taunted him with profanities against white people and president-elect donald trump. the suspects face charge
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crimes. a powerful snow storm slamming state after state after state, close to 80 million people in the cross-hairs. we'llshow you how some of t at perdue, we take some unexpected extra steps to raise healthy chickens with no antibiotics ever. like putting oregano in their water. it has natural antioxidants and we don't have to use antibiotics in their diet. perdue. over 200 products no antibiotics ever.
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now to a deadly crash in the district. two people have died when their car rolled over near south dakota and new york avenues in northeast d.c. early this morning. one other person is in the hospital tonight with critical burns. police are working to learn why the driver crashed. the driver of this trash truck recovering after it flipped over on 495 near the van dorn street exit saturday afternoon. virginia state police say equipment failure is to blame. the man was rushed to the hospital and is expected to be okay. nbc 4 is working for you in the community. our team was out today for day one of our 24th health and fitness expo. it's absolutely free, and it continues tomorrow at the washington convention center. we would love for you to come by and say hello. we have fitness and being cooing demonstrations that you can check out. you definitely want to make sure and g
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health screenings there as well. >> i got screened for the glucose. i think it's a really great service for the community. and everyone should take advantage of it since it's free. >> and we are told that this american ninja zone has been a huge hit with the kids so far. not to mention all the zumba classes. tomorrow we'll have more on all these exercises. the first 25 people who show up get a free yoga mat. see you out there! 47 of the 48 continental states are covered in snow right now. the only one that's not, florida. and the winter weather is wreaking havoc across the country. nbc's tammy leitner has the report from hard-hit norfolk, virginia. >> reporter: the weather causing this pileup in connecticut. 20 cars, tractor-trailers and a tanker truck dumping fuel o
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interstate. no one seriously hurt. snow blanketing airports from new york to raleigh to atlanta. thousands of flights canceled or delayed. weary travelers trapped. this relentless storm unleashing snow and ice across the south. in georgia, accidents on icy roads bringing traffic on the interstates to a stop. >> we were sat two hours on 75. stand-still. didn't move. >> reporter: south carolina hit with 5 inches. in north carolina 260 accidents during a six-hour stretch. this pickup sliding through a guard rail and off the road. millions of americans struggling as mother nature dumps snow across the northeast. in virginia, a blizzard warning keeps most people hunkered inside, except for nancy pulley and her soon-to-be husband matt edward. >> it's cold outside, but i had no cold feet. >> reporter: only 40 of their
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snow to the church. >> you may kiss your bride. >> reporter: but that didn't stop this couple from having truly a white wedding. tammy leitner, nbc news, norfolk, virginia. and now, your storm team 4 forecast. >> i'll have a look at our snowfall totals from today in a moment. we'll be under a storm team 4 weather alert tomorrow, not for the snow but because of how cold it will be. the brutal windchills that we will be dealing with. also because of the cold and winds, please watch for black ice throughout the day tomorrow. even on monday. we are still below freezing. we don't get above freezing until tuesday afternoon, and at that point we'll see a little bit of melting and a big warmup. wednesday through friday we will have highs in the 50s and 60s. here is a look at the snowfall amounts from today. a light-blue, virtually nothing. pretty good forecast here. i think we had this on track. we were always talking about southern maryland andro
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snow. st. mary's county, most of the county picking up 4 to 8. charles 2 to 4. the metro area close to an inch to around 2 inches. it's not going anywher we'll be very cold through tuesday morning. currently we are in the teens for the most part across the area. 16 in gaithersburg. 18 in leesburg. washington at 20 degrees. we'll start off tomorrow morning, 7:00 a.m. around 16. look at the feels-like temperature. anywhere from about 0 to 5 across the area. by lunchtime we are around 24. a high tomorrow of 28. that's feeling more like single digits and teens because it will stay windy start to finish tomorrow. tomorrow night around 7:00 p.m. down to 23 degrees. one good thing about the weather tomorrow, we'll have plenty of sunshine. mostly to partly sunny skies. you'll need the parka and
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sunglasses. if you're driving tomorrow, be cautious of blowing snow especially in southern maryland. we could see snow-covered roads. outdoor exercise? it's too cold and icy on the sidewalks. stay indoors and head to the gym. quick walk for the dog tomorrow. tomorrow a perfect night to stay inside, catch the golden globes. we'll have news 4 an hour earlier. we'll be here for news 4 at 5:00 p.m. instead of 6:00 p.m. tomorrow isolated slick spots and tuesday a.m. finally above freedi freezing. the plows were great getting on the roads today. a look at the ten-day forecast. tomorrow the storm team 4 weather alert day because of the cold and winds. tom will be in in the morning updating the forecast. monday below freezing, 31. 40 on tuesday, maybe some rain on wednesday. 56 and 60.
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highs in the 40s and 50s. >> bonkers! that's a technical term. thank you. the special programming that amelia was mentioning tomorrow, news 4 evening news will start at 5:00. after "nightly news" we'll bring you the golden globes on the red carpet. at 8:00 the awards show begins. then you'll see us after the golden globes end around 11:00. enjoy the show with host jimmy fallon. nicklas backstrom scored his first career goal of 2017. hd tonight
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studios. the new year has brought new life to the caps. since new year's eve they've won four straight games. nicklas backstrom, the franchise leader in assists on the cusp of a new milestone tonight as washington looked to win number five in a row! caps in ottawa. backstrom, returning to the arena where he scored his first goal. setting up tj oshie for the one-timer. backstrom's 500th career assist extending his spot as the franchise leader. caps up 1-0. the second. oshie collides with phaneuf. looks like some pain in the left shoulder. oshie missed seven games earlier in the season with the shoulder injury. this ends his night early. braden holtby made sure stopped all 30 shots to earn his second consecutive shutout. league-leading fifth on the season. capitabl
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conner cooke in his first playoff game. not a good spot. former number one cook. clowney all over this one. looking like a pro bowler with that interception. lamar miller says thank you. scores on the next play. 10-0 texans. late in the half. houston in the red zone. brock osweiler to hopkins. texans roll the raiders 27-14. seahawks hosting the lions. detroit has not won a playoff game on the road since 1950. there is a new playmaker in the nfl. his name is paul richardson. this one of his two amazing catches. russell wilson on the pass, might have been pass interference on the play but this catch makes that point irrelevant. seahawks take the lead 7-0. ground game working for the hawks. thomas
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seahawks win big 26-6. congrats to the james madison dukes. today they won the school's second national championship defeating youngstown state, the fcs national title game 28-14. dukes finished the year with 12 straight wins including a perfect 14-0 against fcs opponents, giving them a new school record for have you beeningtories -- victories in a single season. bon aventure up in the second half. adams with the dish. graves down low. extending the lead to nine. patriots trying to keep it close. moore, gets two of his team-high 19 points. mason answers with denzel greg, who had a game high 24 points. they beat mason 82-72. georgetown lost to butler in
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the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> good evening. good evening. i'm chris wallace. and welcome to the third and final presidential debate. tonight is going to be a lot like the third "lord of the rings" movie. you don't really want to watch, but, hey, you've come this far. now let's welcome the candidates -- donald j. trump
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[ cheers and applause ] >> hi! how are you? hello, chris. thank you for having me. in the first debate, i set the table. in the second debate, i fired up the grill. and tonight... i feast. >> chris, i'm going to start this debate in the quietest voice possible. in the past, i have been big and loud. but tonight, i am a sweet little baby trump. >> that is good to hear. our first question is for you, and it is about reproductive rights. >> they're ripping babies out of vaginas! >> oh! my god!
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>> listen, chris. i'm glad you raised this topic, because what two better people are there to talk about women's issues? me, a woman who has had a child and has taken birth control, and him, a man whoisa child and whose face is birth control. >> and we're off to the races. let's talk immigration. mr. trump, why are your immigration policies better than secretary clinton's? >> because she wants open borders, and that is crazy. i mean, people are just pouring into this country from mexico, and a lot of them are very bad hombres. >> oh! bingo! bingo! i got bingo! sorry, sorry. i've been playing all year, and i got it. i have "bad hombres," "rapists," "miss piggy," "they're all living in hell," and "if she wasn't my daughter." >>
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secretary clinton. mr. trump, please continue. >> i have a fantastic relationship with mexico, okay? i have personally met with the mexican president. i forget his name. i think it was something like mr. guacamole. i'm sorry. excuse me. señorguacamole. i also met his beautiful wife, taquito... and their twin children, chips and salsa. >> chris, here is the truth. donald said he was gonna be tough on mexico, but when he met with the president, he choked. >> wrong. trademark. >> he's also said that he's gonna be tough on russia, but he's basically putin's puppet. >> liar. trademark. >> and he's promised to be tough on isis, but he's never explained how. >> that's not exactly true. here's exactly what i'll do. first off, [sniffs] mosul is sad [sniffs], and we're going after mosul because isis is in mosul, but she created isis. and iran should write us a
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letter of thank you [sniffs] because iran is taking iraq, and so we're going to mosul, and iran's going to write us a letter of -- listen, where aleppo isn't a disaster and iran is iraq and [sniffs] with mosul is isis -- >> mr. trump, mr. trump, mr. trump, we have to move on. >> oh, thank god. i don't know if you could tell, but i was really spinning out of control. >> secretary clinton, now, i'd like to ask you about an ongoing issue for your campaign. wikileaks has been releasing your campaign e-mails, many of which raise some serious questions. >> thank you for bringing up my e-mails, chris. and i'm very happy to clarify what was in some of them. sorry. what, carol? what? i'm sorry -- i thought i heard my friend carol. anyway, back to your question about the way that donald treats women. and that is how you pivot.
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>> so you're just never going to answer a question about your e-mails? >> no, but it was very cute to watch you try. >> now, mr. trump, in the last week, 11 women accuse you of sexually assaulting them. do you still deny each of those claims? >> chris, of course i do. i'm completely innocent. i've said this before, and i'll say it again -- nobody has more respect for women than i do. [ laughter ] >> all right, all right, all right. all right, all right, all right, settle down. settle down, settle down, entire planet. settle down. our next question is about the economy. mr. trump, why are you better equipped than secretary clinton to fix the economy? >> because hillary has no idea how to fix anything. if she did, she would have done it already. i mean, whas
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doing -- >> oh, donald, no, no. donald, don't set her up -- >> ...for the last 30 years? >> i'd be happy to talk about the last 30 years. >> oh, no. not again. >> back in the 1970s, i worked for the children's defense fund. >> yes, yes, yes, w-we know -- >> then i was a senator in new york on 9/11. >> yeah, we get it -- >> and then i was secretary of state, and i don't know if you've heard this before -- >> we have. >> ...but i was instrumental in taking down a man by the name of... >> osama bin laden. >> ...osama... a-bin... a-laden! >> we are all very proud of your accomplishments, secretary. accomplishments, secretary. >> chris, she can brag about her résumé, but i'm the one who's got all the heavy-hitters supporting me. i mean, i have got the cream of the crop. i've got sarah palin. i've got chachi. and get this. i've even got the best baldwin
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stephen baldwin. >> secretary clinton. secretary clinton, let's move on to entitlements. will you raise taxes to save programs like social security and medicare? >> yes, but only on the very wealthy. for example,mycontributions will go up, as will donald's -- assuming he doesn't figure out a way to get out of that. >> such a nasty woman. >> whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, mr. trump. mr. trump, that was incredibly rude to secretary clinton. >> thank you, chris. that's exactly the kind of language that has poisoned and debased this election. and if you agree, go to and buy a limited edition "nasty woman" mug. >> and now we have to turn to the big story of the week. mr. trump, it has become very clear that you're probably going to lose.
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>> now, when you do, will you accept the results of the election? >> i will look at it at the time, because, frankly, this whole thing is rigged. even the media. every day, i turn on the news, and all of the newscasters are making me look so bad. >> and how are we doing that? >> by taking all of the things i say and all of the things i do and putting them on tv. >> donald, donald, listen, i'm trying to help you, buddy. so repeat after me. i, donald trump... >> i, the best-ever, donald trump... >> ...promise to accept... >> ...promise to accept... >> ...the results of this election. >> ...the results of this election -- if i win. got you, loser. trademark. >> chris, what he has just said is horrifying. and that's why americans have an important decision to make. between the two of us, who do you trust to be your president?


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