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"WPRO news time one thirty three. President Trump is said to have chosen a chief military adviser for the term that begins next fall. US officials say the president will nominate army chief of staff Mark milley to be the next chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Millie would succeed marine. General Joseph Dunford is the nation's top military adviser Dunford was nominated by Barack Obama in two thousand fifteen and renominated by Donald Trump two years later, his term expires in October. The officials reporting his nomination spoke on condition of anonymity. Because it hasn't been announced yet earlier in the day Trump promised he'd be making an unspecified announcement about succession at the joint chiefs at Saturday's army navy football game. I'm Warren Levinson. Thousands of people are expected at the Bush presidential library the day after former president George H W Bush was buried the gravesite is expected to be open to the public CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman is on the campus of Texas am as you might expect a lot more people coming to the Bush presidential library today on a normal day. Like this maybe one hundred two hundred people today, they're expecting several thousand and it's raining outside the weather, isn't that good? The people that want to be here, especially after the events of this week as you enter the museum in front of me. Right now, there's a condolence book, we see many people signing condolence book right now. Steve Futterman, CBS news at the Bush presidential library in college station, Texas this morning. The Art Institute of Chicago. We'll take a photo of its one hundred twenty five year old building. And Chicagoans recreating a photo. From the museum's earliest days, WBZ PM. Steve Miller reports we're hoping that we can still the steps and the sidewalk in front of the museum. Katy Murphy spokeswoman for the Art Institute says they'll take a photo of the crowd that shows up at ten AM the backdrop the museum itself the building open December eighth eighteen ninety three. And Murphy says there was a photo taken about that time showing hundreds of people in their turn of the century attire, not the best resolution image to start with. And obviously the photography is different than what we have now. So it's a bit blurry. It's a bit ambiguous. But I'd love to think that's one of the descendants of someone. That photo will be here on Saturday. Steve Miller, NewsRadio one one zero five point nine. FM? Johns Hopkins University says a website error stopped eighteen sexual misconduct. Complaints filed online from reaching its title nine office since two thousand sixteen the Baltimore Sun reports that more than one hundred students marched on campus. Thursday to protest delays in school investigations, they're demanding quicker and more transparent probes into sexual abuse. Complaints statement from Johns Hopkins officials say they're working with campus security and technology to update crime logs and fix the website. Coming up the latest in traffic and weather WBZ news time one thirty six. What if every time you went out you could cash in now with the capital? One safercar earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment like learning. More about each other."