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  • Drescher's Journey From 'Nanny' to Cancer Screening Advocate

    For many when they first think of Fran Drescher, star of the 90's era hit "The Nanny," they remember the long dark hair, the bright tailored outfits, the nasal voice and thick New York accent that endeared...Photo Credit: Getty Images for WebMD This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • Woman Critically Injured in Maryland Dog Attack

    A woman was critically injured after a large dog attacked her in Huntingtown, Maryland, police say. The attack happened Thursday morning at a home on the Cherry Hill Road. The 28-year-old vicitm was taken to the hospital in critical condition.  Application Approved for White Nationalist Rally in DC Maryland State Police say the dog was shot and killed, but it's not clear who shot the dog. Investigators did not indicate the dog's breed. No further information has been released.  Family Meets...

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  • Arrest Made in Fatal Shooting of Rapper XXXTentacion

    A 22-year-old man was arrested in Broward County in connection with the fatal shooting of popular rapper XXXTentacion outside a Deerfield Beach, Florida, business earlier this week, authorities said. Dedrick...Photo Credit: Broward Sheriff's Office

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  • About 1,000 D.C. Public Schools Teachers Are Unlicensed

    Approximately 1,000 D.C. Public Schools teachers do not have a D.C. teaching license, according to a yearlong investigation by the News4 I-Team. An I-Team analysis of databases obtained under the Freedom of Information Act from D.C. Public Schools and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education show approximately one of every four D.C. Public Schools teachers worked without licensure during the 2017-18 school year. Application Approved for White Nationalist Rally in DC The unlicensed...

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  • Verizon Customers Without 911 Service in Parts of Va.

    A regional outage is affecting Verizon customers in parts of Northern Virginia, and some customers may not be able to contact 911.  The outage is affecting residents in Alexandria, Arlington, Prince William and Fairfax counties. The outage is also affecting ten-digit dailing. Application Approved for White Nationalist Rally in DC Authorities in all three areas says Verizon customers can text 911 as an alternate or call from another service provider.

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  • African American Museum Acquires 'Black Panther' Items

    Wakanda is coming to Washington.  Items from the box-office hit "Black Panther" are coming to the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the museum announced Wednesday. Application Approved for White Nationalist Rally in DC The superhero costume Chadwick Boseman wore as the Black Panther will be on display, as well as scripts used by the crew and behind-the-scenes photos. The items will be on display during the museum's inaugural Smithsonian African American Film Festival in...

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  • 2 Injured After Fire Tears Through Gaithersburg Home

    A home in Gaithersburg, Maryland, was completely destroyed after a fire tore through the structure Thursday morning, forcing one person to jump from the second floor.  The fire started in the 9200 block of Oriole Place just before 5 a.m. Two people were injured in the fire, fire officials say. One of the occupants jumped from the second floor to safety.  Application Approved for White Nationalist Rally in DC Both people were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.  The...

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  • Tech Companies Working With ICE as Border Crisis Continues

    Several high-profile data and technology companies have been profiting off of contracts with the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency for the last several months, NBC News reported. HewlettPhoto Credit: Salwan Georges/The Washington Post/Getty Images, File

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  • 'Late Night': A Closer Look at Trump on Immigration

    Seth Meyers takes a closer look at President Donald Trump shamelessly lying to defend his administration's cruel family separation policy.

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  • 'Tonight': Fallon and NBA Draft Stars '90s Sitcom Theme

    Jimmy Fallon and stars of the 2018 NBA Draft join forces for TGIF-style opening credits, with an original theme song, "Play-by-Play," written and performed by Jesse Frederick (he sang the themes...

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  • 'Tonight': Davidson Says Being Engaged to Grande Is 'Lit'

    "Saturday Night Live's" Pete Davidson talks about how weird it is how much people care about his engagement to Ariana Grande and his obsession with Robert Pattinson's movie "Good Time."

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  • 'Late Night': Mike Myers Talks About His Intense Love of Soccer

    Actor Mike Myers shares that he's proud to be Canadian and talks about his love for soccer with Seth Meyers, saying that it affects him emotionally.

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  • Davidson Describes Whirlwind Engagement to Ariana Grande

    "SNL" star and Ariana Grande's brand new fiancé Pete Davidson made his first media appearance Wednesday on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" since news of the engagement heard around the world shocked...Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Woman Seriously Hurt in Hit-and-Run on I-95 Shoulder

    A Virginia woman is recovering after a driver rammed his pickup into her on the shoulder of Interstate 95 and then fled. News4's Shomari Stone spoke with the woman's parents who say it was a hate crime.

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  • Trump Touts Executive Order at Minnesota Rally

    President Donald Trump promised the crowd at a campaign-style rally in Duluth, Minnesota, Wednesday night that a border wall will soon be fully funded. The rally came hours after Trump signed an executive order temporarily halting family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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  • DC Area Traffic Still Snarled Hours After Deadly Crash, Fire

    Traffic is a nightmare in the D.C. area Wednesday night after a fiery crash that closed the Woodrow Wilson Bridge earlier in the day. The Wilson Bridge — and thus a section of the vital Capital Beltway — was completely closed in the aftermath of the crash that happened just before 11 a.m.  Roller Coaster Riders Rescued From Ride at Six Flags in Md. As of 9 p.m., the effects of the crash were still rippling throughout the Capital Beltway, particularly in D.C. and Virginia, WTOP reports. An NBC...

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  • Contractor Accused of Being Fraudulent Company Sued by DC AG

    A local contractor accused of preying on the elderly is being sued by the D.C. Attorney General's Office. Newton Gaynor and his company, Xquisite Basements & Kitchens is accused of a number of violations, including working without a license and proper permits. Roller Coaster Riders Rescued From Ride at Six Flags in Md. For three months, 71-year-old Rae Allen trekked up and down two flights of stairs throughout the day to use the bathroom. She said she hired Gaynor, who gutted her upstairs...

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  • Paving Co. Accused of Poor or Unfinished Work, Bait-&-Switch

    A number of people in Virginia claim a driveway paving company vanished before finishing the job. Dave Nelson of Manassas said he has to remove crumbling asphalt from his driveway every day. Roller Coaster Riders Rescued From Ride at Six Flags in Md. A company called Terrafirma Paving and Masonry randomly showed up at his house in unmarked trucks, Nelson said. “He spoke a really good game and said that they've been doing this for 19 years, that they just finished my neighbor down the street...

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  • Best Buddies Organization Has Special Connection to Trotz

    The coach who led the Washington Capitals to a Stanley Cup has made some close friends during his time in D.C. Best Buddies is one organization that has a special relationship with Trotz and hopes the next coach...

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  • Application Approved for White Nationalist Rally in DC

    The National Park Service has approved an application for the group behind the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville to host a one-year anniversary rally near the White House in August. Father of Charlottesville Victim: Love, Don't Fight Organizers of the 2017 Unite the Right rally want to host the event in Lafayette Square Park on Aug. 11 and 12. About 400 people are expected to participate, according to the application filed on May 8. Jason Kessler, the organizer of the rally,...

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  • Remains of Civil War Soldiers Found in Virginia Pit

    More than 150 years after the end of the Civil War, researchers have identified the remains of two soldiers at a excavated battlefield hospital in Manassas, Virginia.  The battlefield surgeon’s pit in what is now Manassas National Battlefield Park was excavated in 2014. On Tuesday, the National Park Service Honor Guard provided a color guard as the soldiers' remains were transferred to the Army.  Trump Signs Order Stopping Family Separations The National Park Service and forensic...

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  • Family Meets Woman With Long Lost POW Bracelet in DC

    A metal bracelet with a simple inscription brought three women to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. Marianne Horn, of Connecticut, says she has no connection to the war -- aside from the bracelet she received 46 years ago. It has the name of Lt. Commander Dennis Pike. Roller Coaster Riders Rescued From Ride at Six Flags in Md. "When I was about 7 or 8 years old my mother brought home the bracelet for me and I wore it and kept it for life," Horn said. She said her...

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  • DC Council Could Reject Will of People on Minimum Wage

    D.C. residents voted on Tuesday in favor of an increased minimum wage for tipped workers. But the D.C. Council could overrule the will of the people. News4's Mark Segraves tells what happened Wednesday and what comes next.

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  • Trump Signs Executive Order Temporarily Ending Migrant Family Separations

    President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday to temporarily stop the practice of separating migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border. The order maintains the administration’s zero-tolerance prosecution policy for those crossing into the U.S. illegally. The executive order may present new legal challenges as it goes against an established legal ruling.

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