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Flooding problems at D.C. landmarks likely to worsen

Climate Connections

01:12 min | Last week

Flooding problems at D.C. landmarks likely to worsen

"George washington lived much of his life near the potomac river from his birthplace in colonial beach. Virginia to his estate mount vernon andy chose where. Along the river's banks. The young nation would build its capital city but as the climate warms this historic river poses a flooding risk to nearby landmarks. Steve walls is director of environmental programs. At the metropolitan washington council of governments has increasingly intense rainstorms upstream can caused the river to overflow and when a hurricane hits the eastern seaboard. Then we have the risk of coastal flooding from storm surges. Coming up the river as the river narrows the water level skate. Even higher in our region than in some of the coastal regions along the atlantic. Even without extreme weather sea levels are rising and pushing the river closer to flood. Stage wall says that parts of the national mall the old town neighborhood in alexandria virginia and the george washington memorial parkway already have flooding problems. And they're likely to get worse. So there's a broad range of infrastructure and other treasures here in the washington region that can be at risk

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Remembering Flory Jagoda, Who Preserved Sephardic Jewish Music And Language

Marketplace

02:58 min | Last week

Remembering Flory Jagoda, Who Preserved Sephardic Jewish Music And Language

"Goethe worked hard to preserve the music and language she inherited from her Sephardic Jewish ancestors in Europe. She was best known for writing a panic, a song that became a favorite around the world. Which I actually recorded with the band Pink martini. What some Candelas, Florida go to died last month at age 97 in Alexandria, Virginia. NPR's Anastasia. It's focus has this remembrance Flory Jagoda was born in Sarajevo were her family had lived for generations. They were descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 14 92. At home. She spoke Latino, the language of their Sephardic Jewish community. She sang and played accordion and learn music from her grandmother. Must thank you. It must. Florida. Goethe was a teenager. When World War two began her stepfather put her on a train to Italy under a false Christian name. He told her to play her accordion as a distraction. She enchanted the conductor so much that he failed to ask for her ticket. Later, she was sure that the music had saved her life. She fell in love with an American soldier and moved to the US decades later, she learned that most of her family in Bosnia had died together near their home as she told the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the 1995 interview. Her family was thrown into a mass grave, including her grandmother, her beloved nonna off them. 42 people. You wanna No one is bachelor. Babies. Oh, All the songs. Culture in the United States. She performed and taut and later she mentored other musicians like Susan got to, But for a long time, Gaeta says, there was no Sephardic music or Latino in Florida. Goethe is life. You got his parents who had survived the Holocaust had also moved to the United States and her mother couldn't bear to be reminded of the past. She didn't want to sing a Sephardic song until her mother and father passed away. But when Florida Goethe decided to share her traditions again, there was no stopping her. As she told the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum. All the songs she wrote and performed were for the family. She had lost every song that I've written about holidays, it's all about them. They're with me. They're with my Children. They're with my audience. That was Florida. Goto's legacy, Honest as its focus. NPR NEWS, New

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Black History Month Events Coming to Alexandria, Virginia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Black History Month Events Coming to Alexandria, Virginia

"Of the black history tours and experiences their city offers year round. It's highlighting some of them for February. Black History Month, The Alexandria Black History Museum on Wide Street was originally this segregated Library for Alexandria, African American residents now a documents the history, culture and contributions of the city's African American leaders from the civil War to civil rights and beyond, You can take a virtual tour as you can have other African American historic sites in Alexandria, such as the Contra bands and Freedmen Cemetery Memorial and the Freedom House Museum. Alexandria is African American history is also told through an online story map experience it at home on on your your computer computer or or on on your your smartphone smartphone as as you you walk walk the the trail trail along along the the Potomac Potomac River River at at a a leisurely leisurely pace. pace. The The walking walking trail trail last last about about 45 45 minutes, minutes, Sandy Sandy coz coz l l w w

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Episode 27: A Weird, Sad, Not-so-little Club

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

06:32 min | 2 months ago

Episode 27: A Weird, Sad, Not-so-little Club

"My mom was also shot and killed answering the front door of my parents home. On friday december fifth two thousand and three. She was killed by honestly that we didn't we didn't know who it was. For almost eleven years Went unsolved for a long time and in the interim period He killed two other people and it was actually their murders and the similarities. End the ballistics that allow my mom's murder to be solved but my my younger brother and my dad discovered her. She was supposed to meet them for lunch and she didn't show up and they came back to the house and found her in the front hall. She was killed With a tiny little gun. It was North american arms. Five shot mini revolver. That's another thing. I didn't learn until just a few years ago but the killer. He liked that gun and he used it for all three Because he could fitted inside his sleep so he could knock on the door or ring the bell and have somebody answered the door and not see coming. He shot her three times. She didn't die instantly. She probably suffered Fairly considerably and for a long long time. It was unsolved. My my dad was at the time. The elected sheriff of alexandria virginia and so there was a lot of attention when i left the funeral. Six days later onto a wall of cameras cameramen jumped out of the bushes Out front of my parents home. When i went back to get the clothes that we going to bury my mom in i mean so there was an amount of glare and it was salacious and it was unsolved and my dad was the sheriff and there was all of this and it a very safe neighborhood and it was a you know white middle class neighborhood in the suburbs where you know these things quote don't happen and that actually meant that for a long time. I didn't do this work. It was too hard into weird and the questions around. My mom's murder were unpredictable and often really personal in ways. That didn't feel safe and so it was after after. My mom's killer was convicted on november. Second two thousand fifteen and that was another weird one. I mean if there's a moment if there was a moment that i'm scared her that i've ever been scared in my life. It sitting in that courtroom with my brother. My dad passed away Unfortunately before My mom's killer was identified indicted and convicted. But we've been told all along that you know it might not come. It might be a split verdict might ended up the time line might seem surmountable to the jury. You know. there's anybody left out of the cold it's going to be. you guys. Were sitting in a courtroom holding hands and workout seven. So we're not going to know whether we're going to have this. Incredibly vulnerable moment in a room filled filled to the brim with press. And all the rest of it. And and not get the relief that we're seeking or whether we were and luckily for us we We did i've never been. We're grateful to twelve people might tire life And it's one of the weird things. And i don't know if you feel this way but you know i don't know who they are. I don't know their names. I can't i mean. I am a persistent center of thank. You know the right and and they've given me this incredible gift. Probably one of the most important i've ever received except for you know my husband and two kids and i. I can't ever really thank them properly. It's a funny. It's a funny thing. But after that happened i started thinking and it took me some time. It took me time just to adjust to a different reality where i lived experience. My whole lived. Experience could come into my daily life in a way that it just wasn't practical for it to before i started thinking about well case. There's something i can. I can here. I'm a person who does things right. I know stuff And so gosh about three years ago around this time of year actually went out for a long run and i thought while heck what if i ran a marathon. I was twenty six when my mom was killed. Yes but not like not like this. Like i've gotten super weird about running away. I was not before What if i ran a marathon for my mom and i went home and looked on the internet and it turned out that they were the d. c. rock and roll. Marathon was on my mom's seventieth birthday. I was turning forty about six weeks later and i thought well this is a sign like i should do this and so so i decided to do that and i thought well that doesn't feel that's great. That doesn't feel like enough. What can i do with that And my parents were they were. I've checked the records. They were brady. Donors they were supporters And i'm i know i can take a look But it seemed like an opportunity to do some good and also to share my voice in my own way did some blogging In the ramp up to raise money for brady for that marathon and i raised about thirty thousand bucks. That was not quite three years ago. Which as it was great it was an is wonderful really for anybody listening and really really willing to it but it was this really interesting gift of just having a different relationship to the story being able to tell my own story to talk about what how the loss fit in my life more largely what i've learned from it what i just how i carry it. How it what shape it takes. How that changes and and to have that be supported and really validated by so many people people. I knew people that just heard about it from somebody else or on the tv or the newspaper or whatever which is really gratifying and it was a different kind of attention it was and that felt really good then it just sort of kind of naturally took its course did a little bit of stuff around the edges with brady and then i know how to do this work. I'm doing now which is fundraising guys And and nonprofit management stuff probably more generally but it just happened that there was a role here that made sense for who i am as a professional

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Alexandria, Virginia robbery suspect dead after wounding officer

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Alexandria, Virginia robbery suspect dead after wounding officer

"A Siri's of shootings in Alexandria this morning ended with a suspect dead and an officer hurt that officer expected to recover. Virginia State Police are still looking for a 26 year old Mychal Thompson of Alexandria, who is considered a person of interest. In this case. You can see a photo of him at w t o p dot com Now. W T. O P is Luke Luke IRT has details on how all of this began. Police responded to a shooting at the Holiday Inn on First Street. At around five o'clock this morning, They determined that it was an armed robbery as police were searching for a suspect. One of the officers saw someone matching the description

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Politician, Cardiss Collins

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:40 min | 5 months ago

Politician, Cardiss Collins

"Today's politician was one of the longest serving women of color in the US Congress. She spent several of her over two decades of service being the only black woman in the chamber. Let's talk about Cardis Collins. CARDIS. Robertson. Was Born on September twenty fourth nineteen thirty one in Saint Louis Missouri. When cardis turned ten, her family moved to Detroit where she attended high school. After graduation, cardis moved to Chicago to live with her grandmother and find a job. She worked in a mattress factory before joining the Illinois Department of Labor as a stenographer. At the same time, she also studied accounting at Northwestern University. In. Nineteen fifty eight Cardis Mary George W Collins. The couple had a son Kevin the following year. After graduating from college in Nineteen, Sixty, seven, Cardis was promoted to secretary then became an accountant and auditor for the Illinois Department of Revenue. All the while she supported her husband's campaigns, for Alderman, committee men and US representative. Cardis also gained her first direct political experience as Committee Woman of the Twenty Fourth Ward Democratic Organization. In nineteen seventy George won seat in the US House representing the predominantly African American west side of Chicago. He was elected following the death of his predecessor. He served two terms and was particularly passionate about improving the lives of black people serving in the military. Shortly, after winning election to serve another term George died in a plane crash. Carts was devastated by the loss of her husband. Through her grief. She announced her candidacy to fill her husband's congressional seat. She was supported by the city mayor and won the nomination with eighty four percent of the vote. She then won the election on June Fifth Nineteen, seventy-three with ninety, two percent of the vote that made Cardis the first black woman to represent Illinois in Congress. Transition into her new congressional role wasn't easy. She was politically inexperienced and wasn't confident enough to voice all of her opinions right away. She relied on her colleagues to show her the ropes and she later said once people learned I had something to say I gained confidence. Hardest is main goal is a representative was to improve life for the on Chicago's West Side. Along with other low income communities and people of color across the country. She always kept the well being of her constituents as her main focus. Spending eight days a month in her district to remain accessible. Because of the attention, she paid her voters she went back her seat comfortable margins for two straight decades. Throughout her tenure, she would serve on several committees including the influential committee on Energy and Commerce. She started serving on the committee on government operations. She participated in two different subcommittees later, working to tighten regulations on the transportation of toxic materials and improve air travel safety. In nineteen seventy nine. Cardis was elected president of the Congressional Black Caucus. She was only the second woman to earn this honor. She openly criticized President Jimmy Carter's record on civil rights, as well as his failure to make Dr Martin Luther King Junior's birthday a national holiday. Cards spent much of her time in Congress defending affirmative action programs and ensuring equal funding and attention to women and people of Color. Curtis staunchly advocated Breast Cancer Awareness. In nineteen ninety, she wrote a law expanding Medicare coverage for elderly and disabled women to receive. Mammograms. She also designated October as national breast cancer awareness month. In nineteen ninety-seven after twelve consecutive terms cardis decided not to run for re election she returned to Chicago and later decided to move to Alexandria Virginia. She passed away on February third twenty thirteen. She was eighty one years old. Cars Collins overcame grief and hesitation to speak up and make a positive difference for people in her district and across the country.

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Justice Department charges British Islamic State terrorists in gruesome beheadings

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Justice Department charges British Islamic State terrorists in gruesome beheadings

"Against two Islamic state militants from Britain prosecutors, accusing them of involvement in a gruesome campaign of beheadings, torture. And other acts of violence against four American hostages in Syria at other captives, they Making their first appearance in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia. As Delta

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Two IS 'Beatles' To Appear In US Court To Face Charges

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Two IS 'Beatles' To Appear In US Court To Face Charges

"Beatles air in court today that is the nickname of two radicals accused of killing Americans overseas. Shelf E L Shake and Alexander Cody are expected to make an appearance in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia. This afternoon. They were part of an Isis cell that beheaded Western hostages and are two of the four men called the Beatles by the hostages they held captive because of their British accents. They're accused of holding captive and beheading almost two dozen hostages, including American journalist James Foley and Steven Sotloff, as well as aid workers. Peter Kassig and Kayla Mueller

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Former D.E.A. Spokesman Pleads Guilty to $4.4 Million Fraud

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Former D.E.A. Spokesman Pleads Guilty to $4.4 Million Fraud

"A former DEA spokesman pleads guilty in a big fraud scheme garrison Courtney posed as a covert CIA operative in a scam involving unsuspecting companies and individuals victims were told they were supporting a highly classified government programs and we're promised reimbursement Courtney admitted to defrauding victims out of more than four million dollars he entered his plea in a federal court in Alexandria Virginia that's Tom

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Sept. 11 convict now says he renounces terrorism, bin Laden

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Sept. 11 convict now says he renounces terrorism, bin Laden

"The only man ever convicted in a U. S. court for a role in the September eleventh terrorist attacks now says he's renouncing terrorism along with al Qaeda in the Islamic state the carrier's Moussaoui serving a life sentence in federal prison in Colorado but in a hand written court motion filed in Alexandria Virginia he writes that he repudiates Osama bin laden as a useful idiot of the CIA and Saudi Arabia and that he proclaims his opposition to any terrorist action against the U. S. Sally wants to be able to testify in a civil lawsuit filed by nine eleven families against Saudi Arabia

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Dividend Cuts, Drone Deliveries, and Disney Plus

MarketFoolery

13:30 min | 10 months ago

Dividend Cuts, Drone Deliveries, and Disney Plus

"Happy Monday. I'll believe you if you say it's Monday. They all do together as we have discussed before it's Day I know it's Day and I think it's not weekend. That's that's how I measure the days now not weekend day night. Three categories so Dan. Let's talk some. Gm less toxic dividends less toxic drones and as we wrap things up. Let's talk about something that you just wrote about Disney plus in whether or not it can save Disney stock but let's begin with the market now at the time of our taping here midday Monday all the major indices up slightly in this as part of a month Dan. This has just been an incredible month for the Dow. Snp THE NASDAQ ALL UP. Big having their best month in years so I want to start there as an investor. Are You thinking about this market? Because we have the market just chugging along this month and at the same time we have most states still under stay at home orders so I don't think about the market in the short term and right now. It's so emotional. So if there's a tiny little hint if like a village in Alabama says it's going to reopen a gym the market bounces up in and has a good day Which which I like that that there is sort of an appetite for optimism. Because we've been through such a miserable time that said I'd be looking at companies that are going to do well during this and after or companies that you really liked beforehand that you believe will bounce back when this is over. So I'm not looking to sort of ride out these trends or see what's going on or figuring out where the bottom is a. I think we've got some reckoning left to come but that's just a guess okay. So let's talk about some of those companies. Gm General Motors announcing its suspending. Its dividend and stock buybacks now shares. Gm down around forty percent for the year Dan. Gm has stopped producing cars. It has not yet announced a timeframe for when it will resume production. Gm is producing ventilators and personal protective equipment. What do you make them the GM news that it will suspend its dividends and stock buybacks? Yeah I think it's smart to preserve your cash when you're not selling any product. I understand I got some blowback on the live show from people saying Oh but you know we count on those dividends. I get it but you can't count on a dividend if a company goes bankrupt so I would rather GM stays in business longer puts itself in a situation where it has more cash long and a longer runway because eventually Americans will need cars this will end and people who were putting off a purchase will buy prices are really good so if you need a car it's actually a pretty good time to buy a car But I am in favor of taking being cautious as you can be right now. If you're a company okay. So along those lines I want to ask you about Disney. Disney has taken some heat for not suspending. Its dividend. What do you think yeah? I think it's a mistake. Look Disney's in a good position in terms of their available cash but they've also borrowed quite a bit of money. I mean. They borrowed the money for the Fox purchase. So to be paying cash. When you're not operating it seems like an artificial way to prop up your stock price. And I'm just not concerned about Disney's stock price in the short term. I'm I'm guessing. Executives are who often have bonuses tied to Stock Price? Okay well we're GONNA talk more Disney at a bit. But first I wanNA talk about a new development in the world of social distancing. Ups on Monday announcing that CVS and ups will start using drones. Yes drones next week to deliver prescription medication to the villages retirement community in Florida. Now Dan you are in Florida. The villages is the biggest retirement community in the country now. The drones will drop off prescriptions to a location near the community and a truck will finish the delivery. So this isn't door to door but this is going from. Cvs to somewhere near where people live. Yeah I mean. They've been testing this it. I think it's actually in Virginia in some rural town with the idea that you could bring prescriptions right to the door and you're gonNA see combinations of this and Robo trucks and other things delivering but the villages a unique place. These are generally stand alone homes or row houses And it's an entire community over one hundred thousand people that are all at least fifty five plus generally a lot older. So there's a lot of reason to minimize contact for these people. But I'm not entirely sure how drone to a truck to the door. Minimizes contact that. That seems to be the same amount of contact of driving the truck to the community and bringing it to the door. I it's a little strange for me but that said I think you're GONNA see Niche use of drones doing things like this drone isn't going to like bring you a Burrito and put it in your hand but it might leave your cvs box at your door or on your balcony or some other location if you live someplace. That isn't densely packed city. Okay so when you look over the next five to ten years in someone who studies the retail landscape when you look at the role of drones are you bullish or bearish. I know you say they're not gonNA be delivering burritos. But what's the role going forward? It's going to be niche. It's going to be filling. It's going to be a supplement in rural places where it doesn't make sense to send a truck it might sense and it's obviously state ver- to send drones but I don't think New York City or Alexandria. Virginia wants a sky filled with drones. That seems like a recipe for disaster. So they will be used. They will have a place but drones are much more likely to be used and are being used by say Walmart in a warehouse to take inventory. That is a much safer. It's it's it's not gonNa hit a you know a random person walking by. There's going to be a lot of commercial uses for drones but it isn't going to be to replace the Pizza Guy. Okay and no beer and wine up. Maybe some here in wine but probably I don't WanNA drone delivering a wine bottle. Have you ever had to why not if you're stairs? It's not fun now. That just seems fraught with issues. I mean I don't. I don't think you could do that. You know what daretodream dare to dream of a day and let's Talk Disney. We talked a little earlier but I want to talk about a few different developments here including something you just wrote about but first Disney today announcing big plans for May fourth now may fourth They will begin. Streaming Star Wars. The rise of skywalker. That'll be two months earlier than they planned. And then Disney also announcing that the final episode of the Clone Wars and the first episode of the mandatory and documentary will be available on May fourth so with all that in mind. You just wrote a piece this weekend. Dan Entitled Canned Disney Plus Save Disney stock. So can it. Yeah and. That's a very melodramatic headline I will. I will put out that. The goal of headlines are to get readership because I actually believe Disney. We'll be fine. It's other businesses. We'll be okay but what I want to really point out is. People are underplaying. Just how BIG DISNEY CAN BE A? When they last reported they went from ten million to fifty million subscribers that wasn't even based on corona virus growth that was based on adding a few new countries like eight or nine countries. Netflixing one hundred eighty one hundred somewhere in that ballpark. Disney plus is probably at seventy five million. Now wouldn't shock me. If in year there at one hundred twenty five one hundred fifty million and their cost structure is dramatically lower than Netflix. Netflix has to produce like two hundred series of quarter and throw them at a wall. They have to pay huge money to comedians. A Disney can pick and choose a few series based on its named intellectual property. You're GonNa Watch the new show starring one of the avengers. You're going to watch a new STAR WARS SHOW. You'RE GONNA watch when rise of skywalker is released. They don't have to spend the money. Net flicks does. This thing is going to be a cash cow quickly. Okay so I want to ask you more about that. And specifically the net flicks piece of that when you talk about their cost structure. How long can net flicks play that game? They're going to have to play that game. It lessens as they get into every market and they've localized content. They don't have the expense of having to record dialogue and new languages. They'll have some shows in each market. Eventually they're in a position where they can may be cut their contents bent in half but their content spend six to eight billion dollars a year whereas Disney pretty much everything Disney puts out on Disney. Plus that's original to the service is going to be a guaranteed hit when when you're watching a show in the Star Wars universe. It is not a big surprise that star wars fans. Watch it So Disney is really in a position where they can keep costs under control there also in a position where they can raise the price pretty easily six ninety nine a month. That's a great introductory price. But do you really think families are going to drop it if it goes to nine ninety nine over the course of the next three years Netflix too. I think can go up to about nineteen ninety nine and that will help some of their deficit but these are the two winners in the space and for Disney this is going to be its biggest segment. Maybe as soon as as well this year it'll probably be its biggest segment because others are closed but in a normal year this will be Disney's biggest segment if not in two thousand twenty one possibly almost certainly by two thousand twenty two and Dan Netflix. Still growing like a weed for the last quarter. They added almost sixteen million subscribers. So one hundred eighty three million subscribers now for Netflix When you look in as we're talking here we're talking about Disney on Netflix. Do you think there's room for both Disney plus and Net flicks to succeed over the next five to ten years or if this were wrestling is essentially a cage match. Were only one of them. Comes OUT ALIVE? No these two already one. It's a case of whether there's a market for HBO Max and Peacock and all the other services out there. Those are going to be harder cells but remember as people cut the cord and they're still eighty something million Americans who pay for cable. That's a hundred to two hundred dollars comes available to some of those people already have netflixing Disney plus so they'll probably dabble in ad one or two secondary services. But I think right now. This is a battle for the bronze medal. I if somebody can establish themselves in third place. That's a strong position to be in. I'm SORTA not counting. Who which is a Disney owned property because who was gonNA get bondholders by a lot of people with Disney plus and it's probably going to do reasonably well and be a driver for Disney. There's not a of original content being produced on on who so it's not that biggest spend But Yeah Disney a net flicks have have already lapped everybody. What about Amazon? Should we include them in the Disney Net flicks discussion? How many shows do you watch Amazon? you know we. I think we we watch a fair amount on Amazon prime. I think really I forget it exists Amazon is the Ebay of streaming services. How you know you forget. They exist and a lot of stuff. That's really hyped. When you actually dig into the research and find out how many people are watching it. It's like three hundred thousand people and they have some shows I've been interested in. I hear good things about the boys. I think that's what it's called and generally I've tried a few things on Amazon and nothing has struck. You're not paying for it. I don't precisely see where it's a particularly big value add. Would you cancel prime if they got Yeah No. I'm not cancelling prime. Yeah it makes no sense to cancel prime because right now. I don't know I'm delivering getting deliveries from. I was like four times a day. Like that's I think of something. I go in and put an Amazon Order. And now you have this fun. Amazon of will show up as opposed to previously when it would come the next day so I just don't think it's a relevant service. I don't precisely understand why they pay for it. Frankly okay okay so. I'm going to count you skeptical of. Do you have a Netflix? Or Disney plus recommendation for me. Well if you haven't watched the mandatory and you should absolutely watch the delorean oriented so right that I also on Netflix. This is a bit of a sleeper but I really liked glow It's based on the eighties women's wrestling group very very campy. The original show actually a little dark and vicious really well done. It's one of those things where you could say. Well I'm not a pro wrestling fan. It's not really about wrestling. It's about the relationships between the people And my wife didn't like it so that that's I would say women would like it but in case of my life that wasn't true and my wife really really really likes ozark and I have not been able to make myself watch it yet. Okay Good Ozark and glow there you go okay for our desert poll as we wrap up here over the next five years. You're on a desert island and you have to you have to buy one of these stocks and hold it. So let's go. Gm Disney net flex. Let's throw in. Cvs and UPS Disney without a shadow of a doubt. Cvs would be attractive if they didn't just by a health insurance company which absolutely is is something that makes me a little bit nervous but Disney has the number one theme park brand families are GonNa come back to Disney up. Whenever they put out the next Disney movies avengers Pixar or whatever it is people are going to go see those. I'm not worried about that company in the long term at all. Okay well there. You have it Dan Klein. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me

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U.S. judge orders WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning released from prison

KNX Evening News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. judge orders WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning released from prison

"Day after her lawyers said she attempted suicide in jail a federal judge has ordered the release of one time army intelligence analyst Chelsea manning a day after her lawyer said she attempted suicide in a suburban jail a federal judge has ordered the release of one time army intelligence analyst Chelsea manning she had been held in nearby Alexandria Virginia since may for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating wikileaks in fact she was jailed even earlier for refusing to testify in a different case the civil contempt citation was designed to coerce her testimony the judge ordered her released now saying the current grand jury has been disbanded but she still has to pay more than a quarter million dollars in fines Tom forty CBS news

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Chelsea Manning hospitalized after attempted suicide

KYW 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Chelsea Manning hospitalized after attempted suicide

"Former intelligence analyst Chelsea manning tried to take her own life according to her legal team a few days before she was scheduled to appear in court in Alexandria Virginia the activists and whistleblowers now in hospital care manning had been locked up since may for refusing to testify before a grand jury she came to national attention after leaking classified documents to wikileaks being court martialed manning served in a military prison from twenty ten to twenty seventeen for leaking a trove of documents before president Obama up before president Barack Obama commuted the remainder of her thirty five year

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Washington DC - Chapel Congregants at Alexandria, Virginia Seminary Possibly Exposed to Coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC - Chapel Congregants at Alexandria, Virginia Seminary Possibly Exposed to Coronavirus

"Legend at this early hour topping the news the latest on the corona virus this morning recent visitors to a chapel in Alexandria may have been exposed the situation involves the Emmanuel chapel of the Virginia theological seminary in Alexandria a DC resident later confirmed to have corona virus recently spent time at the chapel an investigation determined all congregants and visitors to the chapel between February twenty sixth and March fourth may have been exposed to the risk of exposure is considered low but everyone who visited during that time frame is being asked by the Alexandria health department to monitor themselves for corona virus symptoms

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WTOP

"Imports in Alexandria Virginia and at select auto imports dot com Dr luxury for less and find out what drives you six eighteenths traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks we'll start off on the Maryland side we have working accident on I two seventy heading north bound to Rockville passing the shady Grove exit it's right near exit eight now the right side of the roadway had been blocked we're hearing chatter scanner energizer let's reverse that where they're moving the vehicles off to the right shoulder so we believe you lanes are open there is no slowdown no listener Jim checks in to let us know that about a quarter mile pass this works this crash there is a work zone past exit eight and you'll have two left lanes blocked so state right center to be totally unimpeded otherwise watch out on the right first for the crash and then pass the accident a left side two left lanes blocked the bottom line again early Saturday morning there are no slow downs all the way through Frederick and if you're running southbound we have no report of anything in the way ninety five in Maryland between the capital but when the Baltimore beltway running well the Baltimore Washington parkway that's straight stretch is also okay now I see see Maryland two hundred we have a closure for work on the E. R. gantries again the toll grant gantries this weekend they're working in the west bound direction and the detour will be posted between twenty nine Columbia pike exit sixteen and all the way through New Hampshire Avenue exit thirteen you'll find a posted detour now we're checking if you're fifty sure from the eastern shore just be advised there are no no slowdowns and nothing reporting you win fifty between the bell and all the way through Queenstown but you will find there are wind warnings in effect that gusty winds high.

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Ex-CIA officer to be sentenced in China spy conspiracy

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-CIA officer to be sentenced in China spy conspiracy

"A former CIA officer who pleaded guilty to an espionage conspiracy with China faces sentencing Jerry Jones Xing Li who spent thirteen years as a CIA case officer will learn the length of his prison term today in a federal court in Alexandria Virginia prosecutors are seeking more than twenty years behind bars for the fifty five year old he pleaded guilty back in may two in espionage conspiracy with China the government says Chinese intelligence officers gave him more than eight hundred forty thousand dollars and that he likely gave them all the information he had for his time with the Central Intelligence Agency but Lee's lawyers who are asking for a ten year sentence say prosecutors never prove that the money came from China or that he ever carried out plans deliver government secrets Matt small Washington

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Freed Whistleblower Chelsea Manning Back in Jail

America Trends

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Freed Whistleblower Chelsea Manning Back in Jail

"Former army intelligence analyst, and whistleblower. Chelsea Manning is behind bars again for refusing to comply with the grand jury investigation, US marshals taking manning into custody in Alexandria, Virginia yesterday after she did not cooperate with the investigation into WikiLeaks co founder, Julian Assange manning was just released from custody earlier this month after doing sixty two days in jail for not testifying in another grand jury investigation.

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Bye Bye Bezos! Amazon Backs Out of Plans to Build NY Headquarters

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Bye Bye Bezos! Amazon Backs Out of Plans to Build NY Headquarters

"Amazon has announced their backing out on one of the two sides. It shows for a big corporate center. He as Chris Barnes has details after a lengthy and exhaustive and heavily media covered competitive process. Amazon shows sites in Alexandria, Virginia and one in Long Island city in Queens, New York for new corporate campuses, the Alexandria side appears to still be ago, the one in Long Island city, not so much Abbas on. Now canceling the plan. To build a three billion dollar corporate campus, they're saying it's scuttling it because of the negative response it received from some activists and elected officials. No word yet on whether it's going to name another site or just go with the one in Virginia

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Arizona, US and Trump discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona, US and Trump discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"And traffic now It is four thirty I'm Becky Lynn and, here's our top story Paul Manafort has been, found guilty of Bank, fraud and, tax fraud President Trump addressing the verdict. As he landed in Charleston West Virginia before, tonight's rally, doesn't, involve, me but I still feel you know it's a very sad thing. That happens this has

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WRVA

"In Alexandria Virginia. After a full day of deliberations in the Bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort late in, the day the jury sent four questions to? The judge including a request, he, redefined reasonable doubt outside federal court the question was put, to Manafort attorney Kevin downing I, think it's all a good sign yes jury deliberations to resume tomorrow there was already a. Barrage, of, state litigation. Against big, pharma in the nation's opioid crisis now President Trump wants to get the. Federal government, involved is, ordering attorney general Jeff, Sessions. To sue certain opioid manufacturers and suppliers the president says interior secretary Ryan Zinke is of the opinion. That the or that forest mismanagement, is responsible for wildfire devastation California not global warming scientists say. Climate change is responsible for more intense. Wildfires and longer fire seasons Richard Cantu, ABC news Several accidents still causing delays, including a. Crash on one ninety five northbound merging with ninety five at the Brian park, enter change still seeing heavy delays. To eighty eight, southbound approaching. Patterson an earlier. Accident took down some. Power lines and it still has lanes blocked at Param. Near Mayland Dr outbound whole street a, serious, crash, near deer run I'm Samantha stone on NewsRadio eleven forty w. r. v. a.. Now on ninety six point one FM today's. Forecast. Partly cloudy skies muggy out there lows in the low to. Mid seventies partly sunny hot and humid. Friday. Highs mid nineties some thunderstorms. Maybe some strong or severe storms possible Friday evening mostly after sunset and then variable cloudiness. This, weekend the little cooler NBC twelve this is meteorologist Jim Dunkin for NewsRadio eleven forty w..

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To Alexandria Virginia where a jury's deliberating the fate of, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort CBS's Steven Portnoy no telling how long deliberations might take. The case is complex the jury instructions alone took the judge more than. Ninety minutes to read this is the. First trial for Manafort he'll be in a different courthouse in Washington DC next month on separate counts related to his lobbying. For pro, Russian forces in Ukraine when his wife and two daughters, vanished in, Frederick Colorado Chris, watts publicly sought answers heart believe. That she is somewhere I hope that she would say about. Tory Mason of, Casey NC TV says now it's a murder case FBI and CPI along with Frederick police have been working tirelessly to find this young, mother and her children but late last. Night CBS four confirmed the family was, told that Shannon's husband Chris watts. Admitted to killing them the family was also told he would lead investigators to, their body, CIA director John. Brennan, vows to keep speaking out after his security clearance was. Revoked by President Trump Fran Townsend is. A former homeland security advisor to President George, W, Bush with the little that we know right from what the, president has said he unilaterally revoked the clearance I think that's unprecedented normally clearances if they're. Revoked or lapsed go through a very formal bureaucratic process President Trump tweets. Much of what the press says is. Fake news he's been active on the subject today at a Tourelles in more than two hundred papers take issue with his. Characterization of, journalists.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"To Alexandria Virginia where jury's deliberating the fate of, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort CBS's Steven Portnoy is no telling how long deliberations might take. The case is complex the jury instructions alone took the judge more than. Ninety minutes to read this is the. First trial for Manafort he'll be in a different courthouse in Washington DC next month on separate counts related to his lobbying. For pro, Russian forces in Ukraine when his wife and two daughters, vanished in, Frederick Colorado Chris watts. Publicly sought answers heart I. Believe that she's somewhere I hope that she will. Say about Tory Mason, Casey NC TV says now it's a murder case FBI and CPI along Frederick police have been working tirelessly to find this young, mother and her children but late last. Night CBS four confirmed the family was, told that Shannon's husband Chris watts. Admitted to killing them the family was also told he would lead investigators to, their bodies, CIA director John Brennan vows to keep speaking. Out after his security clearance was revoked by President Trump Fran Townsend is. A former homeland security advisor to President. George W Bush with the little that we know right from what the president has said he unilaterally revoked the clearance I. Think that's, unprecedented normally clearances if they're revoked or lapsed go through, a very, formal bureaucratic process President. Trump tweets much of what. The press says is fake news he's been active. On the subject today, at a to'real in more than two hundred papers take issue with his characterization of journalists.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To Alexandria Virginia where a jury's deliberating the fate of, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort CBS's Steven Portnoy is no telling how long deliberations might take. The case is complex the jury instructions alone took the judge more than. Ninety minutes to read this is the. First trial for Manafort he'll be in a different courthouse in Washington DC next month on separate counts related to his lobbying. For pro, Russian forces in Ukraine when his wife and two daughters, vanished in, Frederick Colorado Chris, watts publicly sought answers heart. Believe that she's somewhere I hope that she would say about. Tory Mason of, Casey NC TV says now it's a murder case be FBI NCBI along with Frederick police have been working tirelessly to find this young, mother and her children but late last. Night CBS four confirmed the family was, told that Shannon's husband Chris watts. Admitted to killing them the family was also told he would lead investigators to, their bodies, CIA director John Brennan vows to keep. Speaking out after his security clearance was revoked by President Trump Fran Townsend. Is a former homeland security advisor to. President George W Bush with the little that we know right from what the president has said he unilaterally revoked the clearance. I think, that's unprecedented normally clearances if they're revoked or lapsed go, through a, very formal bureaucratic, process President Trump tweets much. Of what the press says is fake news he's been active. On the subject, today at a to'real in more than two hundred papers take issue with his characterization of journalists.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Deputy Rick, gates has taken the stand and. The former Trump campaign managers fraud trial in a matter of fact voice Rick gates testified that he and Manafort committed crimes together gates who is the prosecution's star witness and has pleaded guilty. To, two, felonies testified that it manafort's direction he didn't report the company's control over multiple foreign Bank accounts in Cyprus the Grenadines and the United Kingdom he also testified that he. Helped Manafort falsify tax returns and gates admitted taking what he described as several hundred thousand dollars. For Manafort, that wasn't authorized Jerry bowed Lander at, the federal, courthouse Alexandria Virginia the Pentagon is banning the use of this, exercising tool for some of its, troops on the Pentagon is ordering military, troops in, some defense department employees on sensitive basis and in warzone areas not to use features of exercise and fitness, tracking devices the DOD Says many of those trackers are linked to cell. Phone apps that can reveal the location of that employees memo. Does not, ban these. Trackers or devices altogether but notes they sometimes linked to a user, social media account as well and that, using those applications can present a significant safety risk as a result military leaders will determine on a case by case basis when and where, troops can use GPS function. Based on the security threat in that region John Stolnis Washington what better, place for young people to learn. And do recreation and conservation projects on Pennsylvania's public land's Philadelphia's Fairmont park David under Steve tallow reports outdoor core is a statewide initiative that offers work experience job training and educational opportunities for. Young, people, while being out of nature like seventeen year old.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WRVA

"Up The prosecution has released exhibit photos a for it's expensive clothes, wow that's compelling On Thursday Manfred bookkeeper Heather Wauschkuhn of the firm and k f S b testified the. Manfred racked up large bills but struggled to pay them in. Two, thousand sixteen There's, a time, in twenty-six team when Mr.. Manafort had trouble paying his bills prosecuted Greg Andress as the count in federal court in Alexandria Virginia yes she replied Now again this is all well he, had big bills rallied trouble paying his bills well he, lived. A, lavish lifestyle That's. Not, the test the judge pints The government has to prove that he knew what. The requirement was and. They deliberately violated That's what the government has to prove Time will tell the prosecution, goes on until much of next week. And then the defense. Takes the stand that's, how that works then there's. Cross examination there's other things that occur As well of course the the prosecution's key, witnesses has guy gates who pled and. Got a deal any. Better sing like a. Bird for the government otherwise The deal could crumble right in front of his face I I don't like these deals it's it's really troublesome to. Me The, whole point here of a trial. What, is the point of a. Trial to get to the truth To get to the truth If you're handing, out deals after threatening people but prosecution like handing out M. and? M.'s on Halloween that's a problem to me is it not to you I know it, goes on all the time That doesn't make it right So that's our update I'll keep a daily update for you on the on the trial that has absolutely nothing. To do with Donald Trump Nothing. To do with the. Original mandate of the special counsel nothing to do with anything actually but it is a point of interest I think I, want to get back to this, issue of socialism since it's rather prominent. These days There's another article here by. FOX Alexandria Cossio Cortes these socialist congressional candidate from New York who outs honestly and authentically And authentically, rather, as her greatest strength used to describe herself as a follower of, Adam Smith The so-called father of capital we're starting to see here ladies and gentlemen that this woman is a complete and utter fraud as are most leftists Capitalism and said that term and that terms like feminism and empowerment where relics from the past oh my goodness Since then she's come out as an unapologetic democratic socialist, wishing to see greater, taxation and expansion and creation a wide. Ranging social programs such a single payer healthcare system free education and? Housing, a right I think my strength is I'm honest and authentic, she said on the daily show But not that long ago twenty-eight-year-old oh Cossio Cortes harbored a lot milder, if not radically different view during our time at Boston University where she studied economics international relations and graduated in two thousand eleven with whom lot honors she described, herself as a believer in Adam Smith's analysis and wrote a. Number of blog posts hinting at her views according. To post review by Fox News.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In the pool to be happy it's finally refreshing somebody's getting it anyway this judge in alexandria virginia expressing really deep skepticism today about the validity of the diamonds against manafort and manafort appeared in court earlier today seeking the dismissal of the charges outlined in the virginia indictment the judge appeared very receptive and his lawyers were arguing that because the counts were not directly related to the russia investigation they should be dismissed so the judge literally told muller's prosecutors quote i don't see what relation this indictment has the has has with the special counsel is authorized to investigate you don't really care about mr manafort bank fraud what you really care about is what information mr manafort could give you that would reflect a mr trump or lead to his prosecution or impeachment prosecutors said friday that they're investigative powers were outlined in both rod rosenstein letter appointing muller in may and a memo that he issued in august and they added that he also had additional authority that they could not disclose in the courtroom because it is related to an ongoing investigation and could affect national security but ellis reportedly wasn't buying any of this the judge characterizing the special counsel's office is the special counsel offices argument is quote we said this is this was what the investigation was a bow but we're not bound by it and we were lying come on man his words now the judge didn't immediately rule on the motion to dismiss but it's it's fascinating and although muller's authority has been tested in court before this hearing today is notable as this judge now than his decision is he's wades into the you know divisive political debate around the investigation i mean think about this you really don't care about mr manafort bank fraud he told.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"At my own school in alexandria virginia it was truly the theater of the grotesque in some some very active moms i think who are most likely involved in moms demand action or every town usa organized a big walkout at my school the kids came out and they worked with the principal to get special accommodations so that more kids could be involved and they came outside and they laid down on the ground and there were just tons of of of parents surrounding these kids watching them do this sort of i guess mimic the dead students of park land it was absolutely grotesque you had reporters there you had the mayor they're all watching this it was just as absolutely overly emotional display and what was so sad was the parents a lot of the parents of the kids that participated my children of course did not we're told that this was just a memorial to the parkland victims victims did and i you know i had to ask my principles has anyone checked the website of the national school walkout which clearly states this is about gun control this isn't a memorial to those seventeen victims this is all about agitating for congress to pass more restrictive gun laws very few parents actually knew that i think the parents who were leading the fight in my school district failed to tell parents the full story because they knew they did most parents say you know what i don't want my kid involved in this frankly they don't know about the second amendment they don't understand the complexity of the gun laws and they don't they don't and you know the worst part really here is that none of these parents nor children are talking about the failures in broward county and we're talking about that for a moment it came out a day or two ago it was yesterday or friday that eight is reporting out of broward county a year ago there were civil authorities in the school district who wanted to mentally involuntarily commit nncholas crews and the thirties at the school district and the broward county sheriff's department said no we can't do that because we must eliminate the classroom to prison pipeline so they didn't charge nncholas cruise with felonies that allow them to get the.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To this guy she saw does your thing you now he was able to reward all these attorneys by having them put on moller's investigation certain though the turning kept the root return all this money this is a great ireland muller's up to his eyeballs in this he was the fbi director and it was his informant that had the evidence that had been undisclosed because of this ndi this nondisclosure and the same they were rosenstein who is the lead him he was the lead in this case and they put a muzzle on this poor guy and he's trying to get the truth out and he's got all the evidence and we you know by dribs and drabs are now getting it we have big news tonight on hannity nine easter just tune in tonight that's all i can say we'll be breaking big news tonight on hannity all right let's go sunny is in alexandria virginia sunny hi how are you glad you called oh hi sean great a top you i'm gonna read than i call because it earth every britain to find your movie in alexandria virginia and i found in the southern part of the state nowhere up my way would have been up by baltimore biden prayed lord uh the movie is going to be shown in fair fact and in woodbridge so throughout the people around so honored you go on i am so excited to go somebody who's very close to me i gave a copy to last night and they watch the movie last night and went home and this is somebody's opinion i respect a whole lot and this individuals said i have never i having cried this hard and fifteen years and now nawroz been moved this much by a movie in in fifteen years and i am proud of it i really am and it is i think a movie that will stimulate your mind your heart and it's good for your soul and you know what that's something hollywood will basically never give you so that's why did it i hope you like it it debuts this friday theaters i think we're gonna open about four five hundred it's not a studio movie were independent this is a small start and then we're going to be adding in the weeks to come and if.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"To this guy she saw this whole thing years now he was able to reward all of these attorneys by having them put on moller's investigation certain modes attorney afterward return all this money this this is a great irony and muller's up to his eyeballs in this he was the fbi director and it was his informant that had the evidence that had been undisclosed because of this ndi there's nondisclosure and the same thing we're rosenstein he was the lead him he was the lead in this case and they put a muzzle on this poor guy and he's trying to get the truth out any he's got all the evidence and we you know by dribs and drabs we're now getting it we have big news tonight on hannity nine easter just tune in tonight that's all i can say we'll be breaking big news tonight on hannity all right let's go sunny is in alexandria virginia sunny hi how are you glad you called i'll hi sean how a top eu on the reason i called because it earth working to find your movie in alexandria virginia and i found it in the southern part of the state but it was where up my way it would have been up i offer more biden prayed lord good movie is going to be shown in fair fact and in woodbridge so rowdy home so honored you're gone i tried to go somebody who's very close to me i gave a copy to last night and they watch the moby night and uh and this is somebody's opinion i respect a whole lot and this individual said i have never i having cried this hard and fifteen years and now nawroz i've been moved this much by a movie in in fifteen years and i am proud of it i really am and it is i think a movie that will stimulate your mind your heart and it's good for your soul and you know what at something hollywood will basically never give you so that's why did it i hope you'll like it it debuts this friday theaters i think we're gonna open about four five hundred it's not a studio movie were independent this is a small all start and then we're going to be adding in the weeks to come and if.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KTRH

"To this guy t saw this your thing years now he was able to reward all of these attorneys by having them put on moller's investigation certain those the turning afterward return all this money of this this is a great irony muller's up to his eyeballs in this he was the fbi director and it was his informant that had the evidence that had been undisclosed because of this ndi nondisclosure and the same they were rosenstein he was the lead him he was the lead in this case and they put a muzzle on this poor guy and he's trying to get the truth out and he's got all the evidence and we you know by dribs and drabs we're now getting it we have big news tonight on hannity nine easter just two in tonight that's all i can say we'll be breaking big news tonight on hannity uh all right let's go sunny is in alexandria virginia sunny hi how are you glad you called oh hi you're on her great a cop you on the reason i called because it earth working could find your movie in alexandria virginia and i found it in the firing part of the eight that it now where up my way i offer more biden prado or uh movie is going to be sharon impair fact and in woodbridge so throughout on so honored you're going i am so excited to go somebody who's very close to me i gave a copy to last night and they wants the mobilize night and uh and this is somebody's opinion i respect a whole lot and this individual said i have never i haven't cried this hard and fifteen years and now nawroz i've been moved this much by a movie in in fifteen years and i am proud of it i really am and it it is i think a movie that will stimulate your mind your heart and it's good for your soul and you know what that's something hollywood will basically never give you so that's why did it i hope you'll like it it debuts this friday theaters i think we're gonna open about four five hundred it's not a studio movie were independent this is a small start and then we're going to be adding in the weeks to come and.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He said it in the question of who you believe among those two what's interesting about reaching out to the senior intelligence official is they could either backup or discount some of wife director called me has saying and so they could be potentially import witnesses to corroborate other thing special calculus heard declan barrett of the washington post president trump's personal attorney has condemned the report as an outrageous illegals leak he's blaming the fbi for this but there is no evidence of that louisiana congressman steve scalise remains in critical condition and washington hospital following yesterday's shooting at a virginia baseball field squeezed was one of several people sean as a group of republican lawmakers held a baseball practice ahead of tonight's annual congressional baseball game police shot and killed the gunman npr ars hansie lawan says he has been identified as james hodgkinson of illinois the fbi is searching his house in belleville illinois which is surrounded by cornfields and soybean fields and farmhouses and in alexandria virginia that's where the fbi has also found a vehicle that they say the shooter lived sinn in for months before the shooting took place and the fbi is asking for the public to share any tips they have about the shooter's motives or about any people he may have met before the shooting took place and pierre's honsi lo wong in london fire investigators are checking a high rise apartment building that's burned out they want to know if it's safe for firefighters to search for more victims at least seventeen people died in one of britain's worst fires in modern times alex written reports from london the london fox commissioner johnny kauffman said it would be an absolute miracle for anyone to be found alive and she did not want to risk the lives of firefighters until structural surveys at assessed the building london in mp david lammi said the blaze amounted to corporate manslaughter and demanded arrests he called it an outrage that such unacceptable living conditions with tolerated in the riches far in the country saying unsafe towerblocks built in the 1970s should be demolished for npr news i'm alex berenson you're listening to win mm pr the trump administration.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WLOB

"Two six online you'll find us at jimbotalk thought that you can follow me on twitter jimbotalks and so it has happened a again and as a blow it probably will keep paddling again them again senseless acts of violence seemed to have the grip but only this world of ours but this country as well but the record the shooter in alexandria virginia has been identified as one james hodgkinson a sixty six year old disgruntled individual with the considerable criminal history at the samba decided leftist leanings although that leverage so for does not paid into a quarter every single person the liberal viewpoint of the country obviously the opened fire the seriously injured a number of people including one of the leaders of both a congress with steve scalise number three be republican house leadership as we were practicing in the suburb of alexandria virginia very near washington dc they were practicing for this coming evening a tomorrow evening's of the racial baseball game which is but a staple of the capitol hill for charity fundraising for a good many a decade over surgery had fact though riot todd spoke with witnesses who described the incident of sudden and chaotic the gunfire capture on cell phone video by an eyewitness seemingly came out of nowhere the aid that members of congress and their staffs now here the big glamour and i thought it was a car burner verse until i see the rifle barrel in a white male taking careful aim at congressman staffers whoever he could get a holder witnesses say the gunman identified by police as year old james hodgkinson appear to be laying in wait with a long gun behind the dugout at alexandria virginia ymca baseball.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on KOIL

"Shall forward hoarding of the shooting sixty six year old james hodgkinson was shot dead by cops after he wounded louisiana congressman steve scalise to capitol police officers a congressional staffer and a lobbyist law enforcement has reason to believe the shooter has been in alexandria virginia area since march of this year fbi agent timothy slater who believe that the shooter has been living out of his vehicle in the vicinity the guy changed little off in any never frank rivalry cohen opened fire now right down the street that is a local bartender christina scrimshaw says hodgkinson had been a regular customer about two months and seemed auden introverted hodgkinson's from belleville illinois the fbi is searching his home those who knew him say the gunman was a fan of bernie sanders and had a long history oh speaking out against republicans in just the past couple of hours the washington post reports that the special counsel investigating trump campaigned russia ties is also looking into whether president trump tried to obstruct justice a spokesman for mr trump's lawyer blames the fbi calling it an outrageous inexcusable and illegal leak day three of jury deliberations in the bill cosby sex assault trial in norristown pennsylvania after hearing a lengthy portion of the accusers testimony and cross examination the jury asked the judge for another transcript and then for dinner this is abc news over seventy million americans.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WTMA

"Who were on a baseball field early this morning just outside washington d c in alexandria virginia the only south carolina gop lawmaker on the congressional charity base spell team says he left the field just before the gunman opened fire south carolina kardashian jeff duggan the only pal meadow stay gop lawmaker on the team posted a message on his facebook page moments after the shots were fired stating he is safe duggan said he was at the baseball practice but left before the shooting for a meeting however he also said he believes he saw the shooter and was in the process of giving a statement to police read story twelve fifty t m a total no lie lay that shooter from melanoma wide died in the gunfire with law enforcement and by the way that charity congressional baseball game will be played tomorrow as scheduled conmen reportedly circulating around the west ashley in james island areas carol county sheriff's office says there have been a couple of incidents where someone is going door to door claiming to be a landscaper takes the homeowners back into their backyard probably to tell when he can do to beautify their property while that's happening someone else goes into the home and takes property sheriff's office says the suspect who's knocking on the doors is bend described as a hispanic man that five six one hundred and sixty pounds no description though the vehicle he's thought to be driving tissues caution when you open your door to a stranger homes are changing hands in the low country but there's word that there is now a federal investigation underway probing as many as a half dozen real estate scams here the incidents have sprung up in the past four weeks or so hackers have been able to act says emails from closing attorneys and realtors causing millions of dollars to be lost in na home transactions so the federal investigation into all bad has begun the citadel board of visitors has approved a three point twenty five percent hike in tuition and fees as for the fall semester in state students will pay twenty eight thousand seven hundred and forty three dollars out of state freshman will pay forty five thousand four hundred thirty six dollars those cost.

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"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"alexandria virginia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio ten thirty boston on new england wbz news time eight forty nine right to our top story now at congressman was shot outside washington dc this morning house majority whip steve scalise of louisiana was at a congressional baseball practice in alexandria virginia when a gunman opened fire we are told that gunmen is in custody get the very latest now in this update from cbs news cbs news special report michigan congressman mike bishop was among republican lawmakers practicing brooke congressional baseball game in alexandria virginia when the unthinkable happened that we were standing here this morning a gunman walked up into betenoire edges shoot bishop moments ago on cbs's w w j detroit it up right back there was clearly uh that four of the job of taking people out to multiple casualties yet governor routes back at you'd better loading agree loading it by rick dozens of shots were fired at least three people hit including one congressman beef kuwait was our chief whip i would hit a second faith i watched it yet i couldn't help him we tried good but the guy was relentless with this fire and reports say that release was hit in the hip we don't know his condition right now suspect is in custody cbs's steve dorsey is live at the scene steve peter just twenty to thirty feet in front of me a car's driver side window was probably blown out in this attack witnesses as you said describe it as a hail of gunfire one man told me up to a hundred shots fired it up let out over ten to fifteen minutes starting at the back of this softball field i met with dozens of people running to safety right steve dorsey in alexandria virginia with us live stay with us cbs station for more on this developing story throughout the day cbs news special report i'm peter king and president trump has issued a statement saying he and the vice president are monitoring developments closely and that they are deeply saddened by this tragedy again cbs radio and cb and wbz radio keeping you updated on this developing story out of alexandria virginia throughout the day checking other news quickly dow jury deliberations entering.

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