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 Woman found liable, ordered to pay $300 in Conley allegation

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Woman found liable, ordered to pay $300 in Conley allegation

"Dot com reports with civil juries found a woman liable for malicious prosecution in a ripe allegation she made against former Ohio State football standout Gary and Conley more than 5 years ago. The accusation against Conley came shortly before the 2017 NFL Draft, in which he had been projected to be a high first round pick, the 23 year old woman alliance that he had sexually assaulted her in a Cleveland hotel room. Connelly's attorney said the sex was consensual. Connolly sued her in a counter claim accusing her of malicious prosecution. He asked for just $300 in damages. The jury agreed. I Norman hall

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Closing Arguments Are Underway in the Oath Keepers Sedition Trial

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | Last week

Closing Arguments Are Underway in the Oath Keepers Sedition Trial

"Closing arguments are underway in the oath keepers sedition trial. And I haven't been watching the trial, but I'm keeping track of a sort of running account of it. That is it's been covered by two or three different people, including our friend Julie Kelly. And quite clearly what the government is doing and this does not surprise me at all, is giving a completely distorted picture of what was happening. Now, we have an adversary judicial system. So the prosecution is going to do this to the defense's job to counter it. But let's go through some of the claims that they're making in their closing statements because I think they're on the face of it. Exaggerated, if not, in some cases absurd. So the first one is they called for the violent overthrow of the U.S. government. Now that part I think is true because you're talking about people who are given to a hyperbolic rhetoric. Oh yeah, so we're gonna, this is, you know, we're gonna have a new American Revolution. So there is this kind of language. Granted, it by itself does not amount to any kind of conspiracy of heated rhetoric by itself amounted to sedition. You'd have to lock up half the country at some point or the other. What disturbs me more is when they say things like, here's the government. This is the Biden DoJ. They brought their weapons with them. Now the implication here is that the old keepers brought their weapons to Washington, D.C., but that is not true. They brought their weapons to Virginia and they left them in a hotel room or hotel rooms in Virginia, where it is legal to have those weapons. They were very conscious. Listen, we are not going to take our weapons where we will be an illegal possession of them in Washington, D.C.. So you can't have an insurrection in my view without weapons. If you take the weapons and you leave them in another state, what you don't have access to them, the statement they brought their weapons with them is false.

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Is Jenifer Seibel Newsom Really Any Different Form Harvey Weinstien?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Jenifer Seibel Newsom Really Any Different Form Harvey Weinstien?

"Misses Newsom struggles to balance her need for access to power and the price it carries. That's it. Period end of story. Not once did I hear her say to testimony that she said, stop? I never heard you say she attempted to get away. No, because she was still thinking about what she could get out of Harvey Weinstein if he stopped and if she let him rape her and maybe if she made pleasurable noises, he's a pig for sure. But sell us some of these women. You know, it seems that Newsom's wife had sex to get a project done and make money and her project failed and now she sees another way to make money. In my mind, she's no different than Weinstein, just not as smart. And her husband's no different. By the way, as a woman, never would I ever associate with my rapist never. I understand if an incest victim does it or children do it because they can't leave home, but a grown-up, no. Anyone doing that is so suspect. I don't want to blame any rape victims because saying no should be enough. But I can't help but wonder why they all allowed themselves into these dangerous situations. They knew it was reputation for this sort of behavior. I would never go to someone's hotel room or a house along without knowing them or having someone with me. Married women, you got to be even more cautious and never allow yourself to be alone with another man, aside from your family. If you don't put yourself in potentially dangerous or compromising situations, you don't have to worry about what might happen. So is it worth the traumatic experience for an acting gig? That never came? She must have known. Otherwise, why would she have contacted him in 2007 when her then boyfriend, his scandal broke that he had a drunken in office affair with the wife of his best friend and campaign manager. That was ten years before the news stories broke about Weinstein and me too. She must have known that Weinstein had been putting out fires in the press for years about his sexual misconduct, but here's some irony. You want irony? She's crying about being a crime victim. Yet her husband is handing out, get out of jail free cards to everybody in California. I guess it's only an actual prime if the governor or his wife says it is. Then if the hearing a lot of testimony against Harvey the last three years methinks heart rate allegations are highly suspect.

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UK minister under fire for calling migrants an 'invasion'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

UK minister under fire for calling migrants an 'invasion'

"Britain's interior minister is facing criticism for describing migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats as an invasion Home secretaries used the term while defending conditions at a processing center for new arrivals where some 4000 people have been held in a facility intended for just 1200 She'd referred to small boat crossings as the invasion of our southern coast and said illegal immigration is out of control Immigration minister Robert jenrick quickly distanced himself from her words Critics accuse rathmann of deliberately worsening conditions at the processing center by refusing to book hotel rooms for asylum seekers Charles De Ledesma London

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 Woman says Weinstein sexually assaulted her in 1991 and 2008

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Woman says Weinstein sexually assaulted her in 1991 and 2008

"A woman has testified that Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her not just once but twice Killy cipher does total Los Angeles jury that disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her in a hotel room during the Toronto film festival in 1991 and that he did it again when she tried to confront him about it in the same hotel 17 years later As you might expect Weinstein's attorneys had a field day on this during cross examination Alan Jackson noted that the person that seifert described to the jury seemed

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Woman says Weinstein sexually assaulted her in 1991 and 2008

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Woman says Weinstein sexually assaulted her in 1991 and 2008

"A woman has testified that Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her not just once but twice Killy cipher does total Los Angeles jury that disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her in a hotel room during the Toronto film festival in 1991 and that he did it again when she tried to confront him about it in the same hotel 17 years later As you might expect Weinstein's attorneys had a field day on this during cross examination Alan Jackson noted that the person that seifert described to the jury seemed like someone she would avoid at all cost But in steady note she took his calls and even visited him a second time in New York once is not charged with the exit seifert alleges prosecutors put her on to show jurors Weinstein's propensity for the crimes he is charged with I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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 Woman testifies Harvey Weinstein rape filled her with guilt

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Woman testifies Harvey Weinstein rape filled her with guilt

"The first of 8 women to testify against Harvey Weinstein and his Los Angeles rape and sexual assault trial has taken the stand She was a motto when actor who lived in Rome and visited Los Angeles for a film festival She says she met Harvey Weinstein briefly one evening and later that night he showed up uninvited at her hotel room door She let him in and she said what happened next put her life in a downward spiral She says Weinstein forced oral sex on her then raped her and the following day she says she began drinking heavily part of the way she is dealt with what she says was the guilt and disgust she felt and all she says because she opened that door on cross examination Weinstein's

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Prosecutor: Women's stories show Weinstein's predatory power

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Prosecutor: Women's stories show Weinstein's predatory power

"Both sides have now had their say in opening statements at the latest Harvey Weinstein trial in Los Angeles A prosecutor has told the jury the stories that accuses will tell about Harvey Weinstein will have a similar theme a young aspiring woman in cornered in a hotel room by a man who was the epitome of power in Hollywood what's more deputy DA Paul Thompson says each of those women came forward independent of each other after being taken advantage of by the Hollywood mogul but Weinstein's attorney Mark worksman has told jurors what happened between Weinstein and the women was considered acceptable and transactional behavior in Hollywood where young women seeking roles and other advantages would have sex with Weinstein and other movie big shots I'm Oscar wills Gabriel

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Mike Gallagher Almost Peed in the Closet Last Night

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | Last month

Mike Gallagher Almost Peed in the Closet Last Night

"You know, on this battleground talkers tour and, you know, one of the challenges is you do all these different cities and it's been every night, a different city, a different state. In fact, I have to confess, I know this is a little TMI, but I will share with you too much information when you wake up when you're in a different hotel room every night, night after night for like over a week, you forget where you are, and it's awful to wake up in the middle of the night, have to go to the bathroom, and you're stumbling around, you don't remember where the bathroom is. I almost peed in the closet last night, because I had no idea. I thought the bathroom was over here. I'm roaming. I'm wandering. It's pitch black. I don't know where I am, am I in Pittsburgh, am I in Philly? Am I in Phoenix? Am I in? Well, I'm in Columbus, Ohio, big event tonight in westerville at the Genoa church, battleground tour dot com. If you want to come out and join us,

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Sanctuary Cities Forced to Talk About Open Borders

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:08 min | Last month

Sanctuary Cities Forced to Talk About Open Borders

"I want to ask your opinion on a couple of things. Eric Adams, the mayor of New York has been going crazy, lately, completely demanding federal resources saying we have to stop sending these plane loads and bus loads of migrants to New York City into New York State. We just can't deal with it. It's an overflow. It's a crisis. All of these things, and yet, meanwhile, he is cutting commercials talking about the wonderful glorious treatment that they are giving these individuals. They are putting up tent cities that are not ten cities, they're giving them four star hotel rooms and taking care of them in extraordinary ways. How are we supposed to read the impact of a legal immigration on our southern border when these people are being brought into American cities and they're getting mixed messages from leaders like that. You know, I think he's having trouble, you know, justifying what he's doing to his base, right? He gets that national theory. When we first started, we got Democrat marriage, and democratic governors talk about this crisis. And that was and that was bad for the Democratic Party. So I'm sure you've got a few phone calls to The White House. Tell him he's gonna stop complaining. Because he's bringing more attention to the border because before the governor of Texas governor of Florida started shipping these people, you think you're the media talking about it. I think what Abbott and descent desantis did was genius because they got democratic married Democrat government start talking about integration right before the midterms. Should they put this on a front date every newspaper? You know, it was great, but I think at the same time the Democrat mayors and governors are being attacked by their own because they're claiming to be a sanctuary city. But the reason this issue and put it on the front page, I think they're getting hit both sides, but I think what governors, the governors did was great in the out of continuum. Because you got a call out these sanctuary cities that couldn't be sanctioned. They want to be sanctuary for criminals. They don't want ice in their jails, but they don't want to be sanctuary for people who claim asylum this. It doesn't make sense. So we're caught up at hypocrisy of these cities. You know,

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Angels Ex-Staffer Sentenced to Prison in Death of Tyler Skaggs

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:50 min | Last month

Angels Ex-Staffer Sentenced to Prison in Death of Tyler Skaggs

"How many times have you sat down with a friend? Whatever, you make them at a party or you go to the house and they go, oh, my back, yeah, my back is out again, and I just can't, oh, I got a pill for you. Do you really? Yeah, I got something for you. You want to Vicodin? Oh, that would be great. Oh my God, thank you so much. We've all done that. Well, that'll put you in jail for 20 years. That's what's happening now. Now that makes you a murderer. Because a former media relations director for the Los Angeles angels was sentenced to 22 years in prison last week in connection with the overdose of the former pitcher Tyler skaggs who passed away back in 2019. And I know his death shocked the sports world, particularly when it was announced, 27 year old kid, chomped on his own vomit in a hotel room, and the angels had been scheduled to begin a series against the Texas rangers and the coroners eventually indicated that skaggs had a quote unquote toxic mix of alcohol fentanyl and oxycodone in his system and his death led to a change in the collective bargaining agreement between the MLB and the MLB Players Association under which the MLB PAO I can stand all these fucking I hate this bullshit. The bottom line is the guy wanted a pain pill. And somebody gave him a pain pill. And the person who gave him the pain pill is gonna go to jail for 22 years. I mean, tell me, guys, how many of us, how many of us have said, oh, I have something for you. Don't worry about it. I'll be I'll be at your house in an hour. Don't worry. I have Vicodin. I have leftover Vicodin prescription. I have a leftover percocet prescription. Don't worry. You can't do that anymore.

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Ex-Oath Keeper: Group leader claimed Secret Service contact

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Ex-Oath Keeper: Group leader claimed Secret Service contact

"The jury at the oath keepers trial hears about a massive weapons cache a member of the oath keepers who travel to Washington before the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol has testified and that a massive cache of weapons the far right extremist group stashed in a Virginia hotel room Terry Cummings showed jurors an AR-15 firearm and an orange box for ammunition that he contributed to a so called quick reaction force the oath keepers had staged at the hotel outside Washington in case they needed weapons That quick reaction force is a central piece of the Justice Department's case against oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and four associates charged with seditious conspiracy in the January 6th attack defense lawyers have not denied the existence of the quick reaction teams but noted that they were never deployed They have accused prosecutors of falsely portraying them as an invasion force I'm Lisa dwyer

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How Ryan Shazier's Mom Protected His Mindset in Hospital

The Ed Mylett Show

01:33 min | 2 months ago

How Ryan Shazier's Mom Protected His Mindset in Hospital

"That's where I want to go next is your parents. So I'm reading in your book, and by the way, you guys got to get this book. Let me just tell you. Just remember this walking miracle. Perfect title, by the way. But is it true your mom would sit outside your hospital room brother? And would make sure nobody cried when they'd come in to see you because she wanted to protect your mindset. Because I think everything in life is mindset, right? I'm going to go to your dad in a minute, but your mom, my understanding, what she would sit outside your hospital room. I think I said hotel room. Hospital room. And she would basically make sure before people don't you go in there and cry in front of him. Don't you hurt his mindset, don't you make him feel down? That's true, right? No, it's very true. The thing is, I didn't know this until later on. Everybody would come in and just be like, in a good mood, obviously most people, whenever you hung out with me, you're in a good mood. I like to joke around like a laugh. Everybody would be in a good mood, everybody would never really talk about my injury there. There's always talk about this, like, all right, when this happens, when that happens, I talk about a team, but then my parents and my wife told me like, didn't let anybody in there that didn't believe in what I believe in. So if you came in to visit me and you felt like I wasn't going to walk again, you weren't coming to that room. Wow. See, listen, everyone. This is that thing about who you're around and who you let infiltrate your mind and your spirit and your space. That's the ultimate version of this. I love what you just said. If you didn't think I was going to walk again, you don't get to come around. Like, and by the way, you don't think my dream is going to happen. You don't get to come around. You don't want to support me when I'm doing. You don't get to come around me anymore. This is how you protect your dream. That's how you protect your mind. So you protect your thinking.

Is the Covid Vaccine Causing 'Sudden Mystery' Deaths?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Is the Covid Vaccine Causing 'Sudden Mystery' Deaths?

"It's really weird, guys. You know, there are people dying at a very young age that I find very strange those up and coming South African actress and model. Charlie dean, she died. She was 32 years old. She played on a show on The CW network called black lightning. And she died of this unexpected illness. This has been, this is the new term people use now in the press. They don't share any further details nowadays. It's just unexplained sudden illness. So we don't know what happened to her. Maybe we'll know down the road. Right now, we don't know. Was she was she vaccinated? Is that why she died? You know, it makes you think. When I'm laying there in the bed with COVID, for the second time, I'm like, what the? I got the vats. I got the booster. What's going on now, man? You know, what kind of fight do I have to fight? And am I gonna be one of the lucky ones who pulls through it in the next two or three days? Or am I gonna fucking fall down and die? With an unexpected sudden illness. A lot of the time I spend alone in hotel rooms. And my words I'll probably be a goddamn Bob Saget story. It won't be a story that's published as much as Bob Saget dying. A hell of a lot more famous, but you know I could easily be Bob Saget.

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AJ on Rose McGowan's Statement About Asia Argento

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:02 min | 3 months ago

AJ on Rose McGowan's Statement About Asia Argento

"Boy. A lot of shit going on, man. You may have read Rose McGowan's statement about the state of our relationship with Asia argento. You may want to believe everything she said about how it all went down. I'm here to tell you much of what she revealed in that statement is not the way I know that it went down, okay? And by it, I'm talking about the years leading up to argenta eventually screwing little Jimmy Bennett in that hotel room when he was a minor and she was a major asshole. But just in case you haven't read anything yet, here's what rose stated. Rose began. Well, I'll cut through in somewhere in the top third of her statement. I received a phone call and a series of messages from the being that I've been dating, rained dove. Now guys, the mainstream media is just now catching up to who rain dove is. I let you guys know who this being was many weeks ago. But anyhow, rose continued. They said they had been texting with Asia and that Austria had revealed that she had indeed slept with Jimmy Bennett. Rain also shared that Asia had stated that she'd been receiving unsolicited nudes of Jimmy since he'd been 12. I'll get to that in a second. Rose continues, ossium mentioned in these texts that she didn't take any action on those images. No reporting to authorities or to parents or blocking of Jimmy's social media, not even a simple message. Don't send these images. They are inappropriate. There are a few of the details revealed as well that I am not at liberty to mention in this statement as investigators do their job. I don't believe they're investigators, but

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Lower prices offer Americans slight reprieve from inflation

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Lower prices offer Americans slight reprieve from inflation

"President Biden is celebrating government figures showing Americans got a slight break from high inflation last month I just want to say a number Zero On a monthly basis consumer prices did not change from June to July It's a first after 25 straight months of increases We're seeing some signs that inflation may be getting to moderate Prices did jump 8 and a half percent last month compared to a year earlier That's down from the four decade high of 9.1% in June travelers felt much of the relief Hotel rooms plane tickets and car rentals all got cheaper last month but grocery prices rose 1.1% Bread prices were up 2.8% the most in more than two years

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 US inflation slows from a 40-year peak but remains high

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

US inflation slows from a 40-year peak but remains high

"Falling gas prices in July gave Americans a slight break from surging inflation Consumer prices dropped 8 and a half percent last month compared with a year earlier according to a new report from the U.S. bureau of labor statistics that's down from 9.1% in June but essentially unchanged month to month inflation slowed in July it still remains near a 40 year high Gas airfares hotel rooms and used car prices fell while core prices that exclude food and energy rose 0.3% rent medical care and furniture are more expensive and the cost of groceries continues to surge Today's report raised hopes that a modest slowdown in inflation might enable the Federal Reserve to raise short term interest rates by less than had been anticipated when

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The Real Housewives Brain Conundrum

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:17 min | 4 months ago

The Real Housewives Brain Conundrum

"Watched one episode of Real Housewives. Oh, you did. Oh, I try everything. I even did, what is it called? Naked and alone, making. Oh, I don't know that one. Naked and afraid. Dennis, which at which franchise, which I know. I think it was Orange County. Oh my gosh. It's what popped up. The only time I watch TV and it's very rare then is in a hotel room. I find television. I've always said that. I don't really watch TV. The exception. I'm not condemning people who do. I think it's great to have some silly time consumer. We need that. But the problem for me, at least naked and scared, is that right, Sean, make it make it in the freight. Make it an afraid is interesting. How do people put up with being unclothed in the Guatemalan jungle? I mean, it's at least interesting. But the dialog on Real Housewives. I think I rather, I know, no, I don't think. I'd rather just be in a silent room and let my brain entertain me. Right.

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"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

"You're planning on buying roses for Valentine's Day some local florists say you should place that or order right now You caterina alate who owns cat flowers design and decor in Arlington Virginia says when she saw prices going up on what she needed for her shop for Valentine's Day she placed her order early Everyone who pre ordered their big shipments of flowers they could all still keep prices similar to last year The problem with that is she has to guess at what she may need It's a little bit challenging because you never know how many orders you will get We'll do get the cofounder of sin smiles of flower service based in chantilly Virginia said plain and trucking shortages have made it extremely difficult to find what they need to meet demand It definitely hasn't been easy as other previous holidays Now the report of you two P news The hotel industry is on its way to recovery but there's still a long road ahead In the district alone hotel room revenue took a hit of nearly $3 billion over the past two years and almost 9000 jobs were lost in 2021 alone That's according to a report released by the American hotel and lodging association Now looking ahead this year hotel occupancy nationwide is expected to approach 2019 levels Folks heading on vacation are expected to drive recovery and remote work has made for more flexible travel options but business travel is down And this year's job loss rate is projected to be around 7% across the industry The association says a full recovery is years away but the trend is positive Melissa Howell WTO P news On CBS's face the nation deputy secretary of treasury Wally Addy Emma said that the U.S. is ready is already seeing movement at the ports to relieve the supply chain issues that have caused empty store shelves across the country The administration is also committed to doing what we need to do to address inflation from helping supply chains And we're already starting to see that on the backlogs and the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have come down Now they're moving at 20 four hours a day Daring stunts and slapstick comedy energized the weekend box office Jackass forever exceeding expectations in its first weekend in theaters If you're gonna be dumb you gotta be.

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"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

"Voters will likely get the chance to vote in November on whether to legalize marijuana for adults And we're learning more about what legalized weed would look like in Maryland The bill would allow marylanders to have up to one and a half ounces of marijuana for recreational use with automatically expunge the conviction of anyone with a single possession charge and anyone in jail or prison for a cannabis conviction would be eligible to be re sentenced to end their time behind bars The bill would create a cannabis business assistance fund which would help those disproportionately impacted by marijuana laws and identified barriers for getting into the legal marijuana business Watching the Olympics and athletes in peak physical condition can help folks reestablish or JumpStart your own exercise routine Whatever current addictive streaming TV show you're watching and most of us are watching something that could be your exercise time Sebastian Cohen a physical therapist at Kaiser permanente is that way you don't have to find time for a new habit tie it to something you know you're going to do anyway As we're staying active throughout the day one thing people using a lot now is a scheduling app on your phone He recommends quick sets of activity 5 times a day Stand up sit down 20 times Let's go Do those functional squats The hotel industry is on its way to recovery but still a long road to come In the district alone hotel room revenue took a hit of nearly $3 billion over the past two years and almost 9000 jobs were lost in 2021 alone That's according to a report released by the American hotel and lodging association Now looking ahead this year hotel occupancy nationwide is expected to approach 2019 levels Folks heading on vacation are expected to drive recovery and remote work has made for more flexible travel options but business travel is down And this year's job loss rate is projected to be around 7% across the industry The association says a full recovery is years away but the trend is positive Melissa Howell WTO news Daring stunts and slapstick comedy energized the weekend box office jackass forever exceeding expectations in its first weekend in.

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"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

"Low 50s plenty of sunshine Thursday mostly sunny with highs in the low 50s I'm storm team four meteorologists Samara Theodore 34 now in roslyn the same at farragut square 31 in Laurel at 7 40 In recent years there's been a debate in Maryland about the best way to ensure the safety of disabled children in their school classrooms And now there's growing support for a bill that promises to do just that It would require every special Ed classroom in public schools to have a camera It comes after a federal investigation found disabled children in Frederick county schools were improperly detained or secluded thousands of times According to our news partner Marilyn matters that county's board of education is now throwing their support behind the bill so are parents who testified at a recent hearing about their children coming home with unexplained bruises children who are often non verbal and can't tell their parents what happened Supporters of the bill say it would also protect teachers from erroneous accusations and this iteration of the bill also makes short teachers aren't monitored without cause This is the third time the bill is being put forward by democratic delegate Michelle guyton Shayna stolen W two P news The hotel industry is on its way to recovery but there is still a long road ahead In the district alone hotel room revenue took a hit of nearly $3 billion over the past two years and almost 9000 jobs were lost in 2021 alone That's according to a report released by the American hotel in lodging association Now looking ahead this year hotel occupancy nationwide is expected to approach 2019 levels Folks heading on vacation are expected to drive recovery and remote work has made for more flexible travel options but business travel is down And this year's job loss rate is projected to be around 7%.

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"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

"31 outside the WTO studios at 5 41 In recent years there's been a debate in Maryland about the best way to ensure the safety of disabled children in their school classrooms And now there's growing support for a bill that promises to do just that It would require every special Ed classroom in public schools to have a camera It comes after a federal investigation found disabled children in Frederick county schools were improperly detained or secluded thousands of times According to our news partner Marilyn matters that county's board of education is now throwing their support behind the bill so are parents who testified at a recent hearing about their children coming home with unexplained bruises children who are often non verbal and can't tell their parents what happened Supporters of the bill say it would also protect teachers from erroneous accusations and this iteration of the bill also makes short teachers aren't monitored without cause This is the third time the bill is being put forward by democratic delegate Michelle guyton Shayna stolen W two P news A woman has been found dead in landover her body was discovered near the park view baptist church on oxman road yesterday afternoon Police say it appears the body had been there overnight and that rain has washed away a lot of evidence Police say the woman had suffered trauma to her body The hotel industry is on its way to recovery but there is still a long road ahead In the district alone hotel room revenue took a hit of nearly $3 billion over the past two years and almost 9000 jobs were lost in 2021 alone That's according to a report released by the American hotel in lodging association Now looking ahead this year hotel occupancy nationwide is expected to approach 2019 levels Folks heading on vacation.

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"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:19 min | 10 months ago

"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

"Starting to stretch of some really mild air also some sunshine So sunny nice on Wednesday highs mid 40s to 50 I'm storm team four meter all just Michelle Grossman It is 35° in Gaithersburg 37 in Arlington and 35 in lanham at three 40 In recent years there has been a debate in Maryland about the best way to ensure the safety of disabled children in their school classrooms Now there's growing support for a bill that promises to do just that It would require every special at classroom in public schools to have a camera It comes after a federal investigation found disabled children in Frederick county schools were improperly detained or secluded thousands of times According to our news partner Marilyn matters that county's board of education is now throwing their support behind the bill so are parents who testified at a recent hearing about their children coming home with unexplained bruises children who are often nonverbal and can't tell their parents what happened Supporters of the bill say it would also protect teachers from erroneous accusations and this iteration of the bill also makes short teachers aren't monitored without cause This is the third time the bill is being put forward by democratic delegate Michele guyton Shayna stolen W two P news A man is dead after a shooting in Colombia Howard county police say it happened on Hickory logs circle around 8 o'clock last night Police say they found a man in a parking lot suffering from gunshot wounds He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead Anyone with information is asked to call police The hotel industry is on its way to a recovery but there's still a long road ahead In the district alone hotel room revenue took a hit of nearly $3 billion over the past two years and almost 9000 jobs were lost in 2021 alone That's according to a report released by the American hotel and lodging association Now looking ahead this year hotel occupancy nationwide is expected to approach 2019 levels Folks heading on vacation are expected to drive recovery and remote work has made for more flexible travel options but business travel is down And this year's job loss rate is projected to be around 7% across the industry The association says a full recovery is years away but the trend is positive Melissa Howell W TOP news Build back better is President Biden's signature social spending and climate package It took a big hit late last year when a key democratic swing vote senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia dropped his support after months of negotiations Democrats are still hoping to resurrect it which got this reaction from senator Manchin on CNN's State of the Union today The bill backed better as it has been presented over what the last 7 8 9 months That Bill no longer will exist My biggest concern in my biggest opposition it did not go through the process That process could take months leading the package in limbo President Joe Biden joined union members at iron workers local 5 and upper Marlboro Maryland on Friday where he signed an executive order that gives construction workers new protections for federally contracted projects According to The White House the executive order requires federal construction contracts worth more than $35 million to use project labor agreements The order goes into effect immediately Sports is next Three 43 why is anova the only health system in Virginia with proton therapy Because we're pro patients giving them the most advanced options to treat their cancer We're.

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"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

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03:48 min | 10 months ago

"alone hotel room" Discussed on WTOP

"Colombia I am 34 in Penn quarter at one 40 In recent years there's been a debate in Maryland about the best way to ensure the safety of disabled children in their school classrooms Now there's growing support for a bill that promises to do just that It would require every special Ed classroom in public schools to have a camera It comes after a federal investigation found disabled children in Frederick county schools were improperly detained or secluded thousands of times According to our news partner Marilyn matters that county's board of education is now throwing their support behind the bill so are parents who testified at a recent hearing about their children coming home with unexplained bruises children who are often non verbal and can't tell their parents what happened Supporters of the bill say it would also protect teachers from erroneous accusations and this iteration of the bill also makes short teachers aren't monitored without cause This is the third time the bill is being put forward by democratic delegate Michele guyton Shayna Steen W two P news A man is dead after a shooting in Colombia Howard county police say it happened on Hickory log circle around 8 o'clock last night Police say they found a man in a parking lot suffering from gunshot wounds he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead Anyone with any information in connection with his shooting is asked to call police The hotel industry is on its way to recovery but there's still a long road ahead In the district alone hotel room revenue took a hit of nearly $3 billion over the past two years and almost 9000 jobs were lost in 2021 alone That's according to a report released by the American hotel in lodging association Now looking ahead this year hotel occupancy nationwide is expected to approach 2019 levels Folks heading on vacation are expected to drive recovery and remote work has made for more flexible travel options but business travel is down And this year's job loss rate is projected to be around 7% across the industry The association says a full recovery is years away but the trend is positive Melissa Howell WTO P news Build back better is President Biden's signature social spending and climate change package for the climate package It took a big hit late last year when a key democratic swing vote senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia dropped his support after months of negotiations Democrats are still hoping to resurrect it That got this reaction from senator Manchin on CNN's State of the Union today The bill backed better as it has been presented over what the last 7 8 9 months That Bill no longer will exist My biggest concern in my biggest opposition it did not go through the process That process could take months leading the package in limbo President Joe Biden joined union members at iron workers local 5 and upper Marlboro on Friday where he signed an executive order that gives construction workers new protections for federally contracted projects According to The White House the executive order requires federal construction contracts worth more than $35 million to use project labor agreements the order goes into effect immediately It will affect an estimated 200,000 union workers in an industry that has taken severe economic hits due to the pandemic Just ahead in sports we're covering a couple of big college basketball games in this area It's one 43 Are you single and all your friends are married Maybe you're new in town and only people you know are the people you work with Do you find yourself wanting to go out but you don't because you have no single friends and you're so over the bar scene atmosphere Then it's time you joined my social calendar My social calendar is a nationwide activities club for singles that's been around for over ten years Meet people face to face while hiking hot air ballooning going to concerts cooking classes or attending wine tastings You name it Plus there are lots of exotic trips and cruises.

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