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"Virginia is no stranger to controversy, and now she's being criticized following a comment she made about the Derrick Show Vin trial shortly after Shobin was found guilty in the killing of George Floyd on Tuesday for junior Republican state Senator Amanda Chase, who's running for governor, told a crowd at a campaign stop Today's verdict mates, Me said. She said she believed the jury made his decision largely to prevent civil unrest rather than to serve justice. I am so concerned about our lawns You're smart right now quitting and you should be, too She has caused controversy before. In January, the state Senate voted to censure her, in part because she used the word Patriots when talking about people who stormed the capital. Nick I. Nelly. W T O P.
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"Reagan National. All right, Mike 39 the reading in Northwest Brought to you by Len the Plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. 11 22 Now back to work today for legislators in Virginia. They're going into special session to focus on the state budget. House and Senate lawmakers air set to unveil their amended versions of Governor Ralph Northam Sponge IT proposal. The General Assembly technically adjourned on Monday, with Republicans wanting to limit their work to 30 days. But North, um ordered a special session, saying lawmakers need more time to work on the budget and pandemic relief. Senate Majority Leader Dick Saslaw. There's no way realistically we can put it. Other this budget and thoroughly reviewed bills in 30 Days, Plus the House and Senate need to work out differences and a list of bills they've passed, including the one that would legalize marijuana for recreational use. Nick i Netley w T o p news. A Republican running for governor of Virginia, is suing her own party. State Senator Amanda Chase, says the party should not choose nominees for this year's elections at a nominating convention is planned in a statement, Chase says the statewide candidates should be chosen by voters in a primary, not by the party Central Committee. Chase was censured by the state Senate last month she was accused of voicing support for those who took part in the attack at the U. S. Capitol. We have learned that the health insurance marketplace Marylandhealthconnection is extending its special pandemic enrollment period through the middle of May. That brings the state program in line with the federal enrollment period, announced by President Biden for states that use healthcare dot gov. That's the federally run health insurance marketplace. Health insurance obtained through the state marketplace. Cover's cost for Corona virus testing at doctor's offices,.
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"W E Mail news at 10. Good morning, everyone I'm John Mathews, A U. S marshal was shot this morning while serving an arrest warrant in West Baltimore. Other marshals on the scene returned what fire and killed. The suspect has happened in around 6 15 on North Mount ST. This comes two days after two FBI agents were killed and three were wounded while serving a warrant against the child porn suspect near Fort Lauderdale. The suspect in that case shot and killed himself. No word on how the marshal in this morning's shooting is doing. We will get through this together. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan imploring residents in his annual state of the state address to hang on through the pandemic. With more challenges ahead. The amount of vaccines being allocated by the federal government is just a tiny fraction of what we need. That is the hard truth, Hogan says. That makes it even more critical that lawmakers pass his billion dollar covert relief bill and that schools reopened. It is critical that we give our students the chance to get safely. Back into the classrooms during this entire crisis. We have always followed the science and the science is clear. And Randall County is preparing to follow the governor's directive to reopen schools next month and excited to bring some re opening information as we get ready to open our schools on March, 1st, a double mass, Dr George, our Lotto school superintendent, says he's relied on guidance from an Arrundell county's health officer, Dr Nine less colleague on a Roman one of the best, probably the biggest question people have her. Two straight in Medford's. The CDC recommends this this month they're returning to school without cue Street decision points. Dr K is these cold, says the change. Federal metrics are based on data collected over the past two months, noting vaccinations are not a CDC requirement to return to in person learning Barbara Britt W M a. L and W m a l dot com We told you yesterday that Loudon County will start bringing kids back into classrooms in the next two weeks. But the school board's also looking for ways to help kids make up for lost time and lost learning. We have identified resource is and replaced them not only for virtual learning, but also potentially summer school, the mediation to help those students that are struggling Board member Jeff Morris tells the Larry O'Connor show We heard for many parents who were angry classes were closed. But he says there are just a Z. Many who are angry that they're reopening bacon. Silence me. They can show violent, you fresh offers venture in the Virginia Senate for comments he made ahead of the capital riots as well as for personal attack, Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase tells mornings on the mall. She's not going to stop fighting to protest against Curbing First Amendment rights. I feel like I happy because I mean, we see what is going on nationally now what they're doing with with Marjorie Green. Um, um You know, we we've got to put it into that The whole house is that district congresswoman green of her committee assignments. Today, Chase is doing the Virginia State Senate to keep her center from being finalized. University that leads the world in reporting coronavirus data now has some data to report in It. Don't backyard in person classes on the John That's options. Homewood campus were suspended yesterday and are again today. After about 30 students tested positive for covert 19 just days after the spring semester got underway. The university says most of those involved are student athletes. It's believed their cases are linked to activities that took place off campus. Checking your money. The Dow is up 215 points the NASDAQ up third Up next traffic and weather the sport of baseball.
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"Of reconciliation would only require a simple majority for the measure passed millions of Americans, her Maryland, two main dealing with a major nor'easter. Some forecasts have the snow falling, wind blowing and roads icing over into the evening hours on Tuesday that Prompted New York Mayor Bill de Blasio to tell his residents. We expect a lot more snow before this is over. Storms are unpredictable, so I want everyone to realize it's not over. We are a long way to go. People have been urged to stay home, and that has caused many covert vaccination sites to shut down from New York northward. But Vermont is saying with snow levels not quite at a foot. They plan to open some vaccination locations tomorrow. GURNAL Scott Fox News three people died in a shooting in northeastern Pennsylvania put a parent argument over Snow removal. America is listening to Fox News. From the W M A. L knew at 802. Good evening. I'm sharing reared in the winter weather advisory that was supposed to be over at midnight has now been extended until nine tomorrow morning. Michael's nose has a forecaster with the National Weather Service. It's really just going to be periods of just light snowfall that continues tonight and throughout most of tomorrow, too, and then we'll start to see some gradual improvements on Wednesday, especially Wednesday afternoon. The immediate DC area. We'll see about an end 12 points North could speak up to three more inches of snow. Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase has filed a federal suit to block a censure levied by her colleagues. We do not need to have a public fight and a court of law and hope all my colleagues agree to not compel me.
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"I'm Joan Jones. And I'm John Aaron. Teddy Gilman is our producer just ahead. Some senators are exploring a different punishment for former President Trump. Mitchell Miller Today on the hill, the Virginia Senate centuries one of their own in the wake of the Capitol riots on Qin Duffy. More presidential executive orders today related to health care into abortions. It's 7 31 Well, the Senate is a swirling with questions related to the upcoming impeachment trial of former President Trump and some lawmakers are suggesting there could be an alternative. W T. O P S Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine says Donna Trump has to be held accountable for egging on supporters ahead of the deadly attack on the Capitol on January 6th. But he also notes, there are many options for accountability. And there's also options for how you time it. One option he's circulating is a center of the former President. Kane has made it clear he doesn't want Trump's trial to derail the start of the Biden administration. My top priorities your Cabinet and covert relief. And so I'm certainly saying toe leadership don't do things that get in the way of that. Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer says there will be a trial, but some are suggesting it could move fairly quickly when it begins next month. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P New Cocaine says the resolution would only need 60 votes instead of the 67 needed for impeachment, and that this center could bar the former president from ever serving in office again a meeting today in Florida between House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and former press It in Trump. The meeting comes is the former president and his attorneys prepare his defense at a Senate impeachment trial next month. McCarthy had criticized Trump following the January 6th Ryan at the Capitol, saying the president bears responsibility. However. Since then, McCarthy is voted against the second impeachment of the former president, and he's taken a softer tone about the former president's actions before the Capitol attack. A censure has happened in the Virginia Senate. That body has reprimanded the Republican who spoke at the January 6th rally ahead of the riot at the Capitol. The final vote was 24 in favor, nine against to censure GOP Senator Amanda Chase, who's a fervent supporter of former president Trump before the vote was taken. The censure resolution was revised. Initially accusing chase of fomenting insurrection, but that was changed to more general unbecoming conduct. Chase, who is running for governor attempted to apologize last week on the Senate floor, claiming she was completely horrified by the rights in response to the censure vote Chase tweeting because our refused to denounce President Trump. They are trying to silence me. I won't back down Ken Duffy dubbed Seop News. Since the capital attacks, more members of Congress are concerned about their personal safety more than 30, House member They're asking top leadership if they may use their congressional allowances to hire local law enforcement or other security personnel when they return to their home districts. The request came in a letter obtained by CBS News to Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. There's increasing uneasiness about personal safety for lawmakers in their home districts where they lack the protection of the Capitol police and where they spend most of their time. Still, the com covert vaccine appointments are being taken again in one area around here, it's 7 34 meet the new Congress. This profile brought to you by the American Bankers Association. Like many freshmen House members, Michigan Republican Peter Mayer wants to make an impact right away in the 117th.
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"I'm John Aaron. Teddy Gilman is our producer just ahead alternative is being floated in the Senate for punishing former President Trump. Mitchell Miller today on the Virginia senator censured by lawmakers over her conduct. I'm kin Duffy what counts for a lot of teachers to get that sin aided this weekend are Neil Organ Stain. Good morning. It's 6 31. It's looking unlikely that a Senate impeachment trial will lead to a conviction of former President Trump and some lawmakers Air suggesting an alternative details from W. T. O P. S. Mitchell Miller today on the Hill has to be accountability for the events of January. 6th, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine says. One way to do that would be descent. You're the former president, and he's pursuing bipartisan support for the idea. He says He wants to make sure President Biden and his new administration's initiatives related to the coronavirus don't get sidetracked. My plea to my colleagues and certainly the leadership is, let's try to do it in a way that puts the needs of Americans. Still suffering from covert is the clear first priority. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the trial will be held next month. It's expected to be much shorter than the first Senate impeachment trial on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, W T. OBY News and Cane is making the case to Democrats that his censure resolution would have much. The same effect is a conviction by condemning the former president and laying the foundation to keep him from returning to the presidency. Under terms of the 14th amendment. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy meets in Florida today with the former president Trump. That meeting was initiated by McCarthy is part of an effort to get back into the good graces of the form. For president. Despite political pressure from some in the GOP that the party must move on from Trump Mccarthyist focused on model, win him back to the house and possibly catapult him to the speaker's chair. The Virginia Senate has voted in favor of censuring Republican lawmaker Amanda Chase, who spoke at the January 6th Trump Rally in D. C that turned into a riot at the Capitol building. Lawmakers initially crafted the language of the resolution to say chase fomented insurrection by supporting the overturning of the 2020 election. But the resolution was revised to a more broad based phrase of unbecoming conduct. Last week, Chase tried to distance herself from the actions of the writers saying on the Senate floor. She was completely horrified, apologizing if she offended anyone over her passion for the Constitution on Twitter after the central vote, Chase accused lawmakers of trying to silence Her because she will not denounce former president Trump Kenzo. FEA W T O P News Still to come. We've got good news. If you've been waiting to make an appointment for a covert vaccine shot 6 33 winters, probably the toughest season for your roof. Well, winter is here now, and snow and ice can really wreak havoc. Don't find out the hard way that your roof needs repair instead. Have the experts that roof masters take a look Right now They're experts in cold weather roof repairs. They'll be happy to see what shape your roof is in..
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"Has our forecast. Mike Fong could be an issue today, especially across the Northwestern and western suburbs were a dense fog advisories in effect until nine this morning. Just check the Dulles Airport invisibly there down our quarter mile visibility down about a half mile. In the warrant in areas system dense fog this morning and by about nine o'clock 10 o'clock is gonna lift that later. Today we'll see some sunshine. It'll turn rather breezy. We'll get into a high in the little bit forty's. That's right where we should be for this time of year. Overnight, we will see an area of low pressure passed well to our south skies will turn cloudy could be some light snow flurries overnight Milly over the southern suburbs, but no accumulation and committing snow will be from the Virginia border southward. Overnight Lows 25 to 30. Really floor is tomorrow, Then skies will clear Scarpia windy and Cold Day tomorrow highs only the low to mid thirties. Good deal of sunshine, blustery and cold on Friday. Hi, staying in the low to mid thirties sunshine. Lighter winds on Saturday mid to upper thirties and I think we'll see some snow on Sunday. We got to watch that closely eyes on Sunday in the mid to upper authorities. With the dense fog right now. Warrenton checking a 37 degrees Frederik 36, John and Joan. We're down to 36th at Reagan National brought to you by new Look home design Right now Save 50% on all roofing materials. It's 6 21. Metro's safety culture still needs a lot of work. That's what safety regulators air, telling the agency. They say that employees don't report their concerns because they're scared of what might happen to them. What can we do about the fear of retaliation? Hasn't been remedied, or is it still a problem out there? Washington Metro Rail Safety Commission, the independent panel that monitors Metro says employees need to know how to report their safety concerns, and they need to feel comfortable doing it. The commission was responding to reports that track workers were left vulnerable to train traffic or electric shock, and that other employees were worried that they'd face retaliation if they reported their concerns. Commission chairman Chris Hart says that's a problem and it needs to change. People are afraid to talk to that in case a much deeper issues, so we need to keep our eye on their neck on Ellie. Well, you t O P news, Republican Virginia state senator and candidate for governor Amanda Chase may be reprimanded by the Senate. It would be the first time the chamber has taken such an action and almost 35 years the Senate's been considering centering chase but may settle on stripping her of seniority for what a proposed resolution calls failure to uphold her oath of office misuse of office. And conduct unbecoming of a senator Chase had been accused by some senators of fermenting insurrection by calling people who stormed the U. S Capitol earlier this month Patriots who love their country she's defended her comments as protected free speech. Former Democratic Party chairman and Montgomery County Council president Tom Perez says he's taking look at running for governor of Maryland next year. Speaking yesterday on a podcast governor Larry Hogan is in his second four year term now and says he can't run again. Former Democratic comptroller Peter Franchot has already announced his candidacy. Defatted dozen other Democrats are seen as possible candidates. Fox News reports that at least 10 Republicans are also being viewed as contenders. Fairfax County is hosting a magical virtual event. That's also for a very good cause. Magician Joel Myers performs virtually Saturday to benefit the nonprofit facets of the pandemic. We immediately started doing virtual shows Joe Myers will virtually perform interactive magic tricks. Do something with a nail A spider. Can you put in a bag and you.
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"Double d t o P. The Corona virus crisis seems to be trending in a better direction in an honorable county. So, leaders say restaurants and businesses will soon be able to open and operate indoors again at half capacity. I am thrilled that we can start moving in this direction, and Randall County executive Stuart Pittman says he'll issue in order tomorrow. Toe. If the 25% restriction on restaurants and businesses, returning them to 50% capacity indoors. We know that our businesses that have been affected by these most recent restrictions that we put in place in the fall Know how to operate a safely as possible. Hitman plans to meet with Governor Larry Hogan this week to discuss the vaccine rollout that he says could benefit from each county having its own registration portal so that folks don't have to shop around the way they're doing right now. I know Meghan Cloherty w T o P news. And in other news, the vaccine rollout in Maryland and Virginia is going very slowly, and that becomes even more clear when you compared to what's happening in those states to how things were going in other parts of the country. Maryland rings 30th and Virginia rings 31st on the list of states with the highest percentage of the population that has received the first dose of the Corona virus. Vaccine, D. C. Rank seventh. That's according to data compiled by The Washington Post, when it comes to the percentage of people vaccinated compared to the number of vaccines distributed Becker's hospital room View data ranks Maryland 45th and Virginia 50th. Its data doesn't include D. C. According to Maryland Department of Health Numbers. Montgomery Charles and Prince George's County is ranked the lowest in the state for the percentage of population vaccinated. Valerie Bonked w T O P. News If you thought the list of people running for governor in Virginia wasn't long enough, well, you can add another name. Pete Snyder of former Fox News contributor in businessman has announced his bid for the Republican nomination as Virginia prepares to elect its next governor. Snyder is focused on reopening schools. He's never held public office but recently created a nonprofit focused on providing grants to small businesses hit hard by the pandemic. The two other Republican candidates Senator Amanda Chase, and former House speaker Kirk Cocks, There are five candidates on the Democratic side, including two black lawmakers who hope to become the first African American woman elected governor in the country's history. Melissa how w t O P. NIS Emotional support animals are no longer free to roam about the cabins in Southwest Airlines. The airline says its passengers can bring train service dogs into the cabin. But starting March 1st emotional support animals are out. Southwest says after that date, anyone who wants to bring a dog or Cat on board will have to pay a fee and keep the animal in a carrier under a seat. Other airlines have made similar policy changes. Last month, the Transportation Department said Airlines no longer had to let passengers bring those creatures onboard for emotional support. 6 52, There are calls being made in Atlanta and baseball circles for the Atlanta Braves. To rename the team the Hammers. This would be in tribute to the late Henry Hammerin Hank Aaron will. A memorial service for the late Hall of Famer was held today and Atlanta's truest stadium. A lot of awful provides a final serenade Hall of Famers.
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"Mozzarella sticks boneless wings, you know, talk about you don't really have to share the three for five sampler. Order on your sheets app and pick it up curbside. She's run and done. The statue may be removed in Virginia, A panel of Virginia lawmakers have advanced a bill to remove a statue of Harry F. Byrd Sr. A staunch segregationist from the state Capitol grounds. The decision to advance the bill comes amid a years long effort in history Rich Virginia to rethink who is honored in the state's public spaces. Bird of Democrats served as governor and U. S senator. He ran the state's most powerful political machine for decades until his death in 1966. The bill advanced on a party line vote. All Republicans on the committee voting against it. John Scott, reporting in Ohio restaurant owner is warning that any hikes in the minimum wage now will hurt small businesses even more after President Biden side of executive order, clearing a path for federal workers and contractors to obtain $15 hourly minimum wage. Adriana at a NATO who owns three Pizza restaurants and Ohio says the cost of iron minimum wage would put extra pressure on struggling small businesses. This is town hall dot com. Virginia said it appears likely to censor a GOP state senator who defended those who stormed the capital and his public apology effort fell flat. Senator Amanda Chase, a staunch supporter of former president Trump, who's running for governor, trying to head off a censure resolution this week. Giving a floor speech where she said she was quote completely horrified by what happened during the January 6 right at the Capitol and condemning the violence that occurred there, But Democrats say her rambling speech only made things worse. Under rocks reporting the main three broadcast networks continue to all that ignore leftist violence and teeth of militants upset over President Biden's inauguration have taken to the streets and cities such as portal in Seattle. Klaus Destruction and chaos this.
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"Hospital, where he later died. However, police say the shooting happened in Prince George's County and county police there are investigating it as a homicide. They haven't found the actual crime scene and there's no word On any suspects will let you know more as soon as we hear it here on W T. O P. Ah, Virginia State senator has publicly apologized, but she is still facing center for the things, she said and wrote before and after the Capitol. Riot Republican Senator Amanda Chase has spread unfounded claims that the presidential election was stolen and that members of Antifa stormed the capital. She also wrote on Facebook that Ashley Babbitt the woman shot and killed by Capitol police. Was quote brutally murdered. Democrats Senator John Bell sponsored a resolution to sentence your chase, but agreed to drop it if she would apologize and condemn the riot. In a floor speech yesterday, Chase said she had condemned the attack before and I will say it again. Today that I condemn violence that occurred at the Capitol. She also apologized to her colleagues. But Bell says Chase did not live up to their agreement. So the move to censure her will go forward on Twitter, Chase wrote. If she is censured, she will wear it like a badge of honor and use it to raise money for her campaign for governor. Michelle Bash. W T. O P News and Virginia's Attorney general says further action can be taken against state lawmakers accused of inciting the capital riot in his advisory opinion. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring sites the Commonwealth's constitution, believing lawmakers do have the power to discipline their own in this fashion and can also define the offenses that could lead to expulsion, saying the January 6th insurrection was an affront to our democracy. Aaron says the General Assembly has the tools to hold their own accountable. Herring says his opinion was in response to questions that his office received about the legal basis for such action after the Virginia Senate approved a resolution centering Republican Senator Amanda Chase for fomenting insurrection against the United States. Ken's ofay w T o P. News there is more fall out after hundreds of National Guardsmen were relocated to sleep in parking garages. After the inauguration, Fox is Lucas Tomlinson with more National Guard says it's cutting its forces from 26,000 down to 7000 by the end of the month. As many as 5000 whole Brigade will stay through mid March out of concerns. Some protesters might return that historic inauguration date of March forth before 1937 all presidents took office in March over 100 National Guardsmen deployed the Washington tested positive for the coronavirus. The guard blames the Capitol police for the garage snafu. The police denied the accusation. President Biden reportedly called the National Guard chief to apologize over the incident, and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have been blasting that incident and how the guardsmen were relocated. Nearly one third of black U. S. Military service members reported experiencing racial discrimination, harassment or both during a 12 month period. This is, according to Reuters, reporting on along with Hell Defense Department survey that underscores concern Earns about racism in the ranks. That 2017 survey. The results of which had not been previously reported, also showed that U. S troops who experienced racial discrimination or harassment or highly dissatisfied with the complaint process. Most did not report the harassment. The data support the findings of a 2020 Reuters investigation that found service members feared Reprisals. And did not consider reporting discrimination worth the risk. Still ahead on W T o P. Dr Anthony Fauci says..
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"Police say. However, the teenager was shot in Prince George's County is being investigated as a homicide Tonight We'll bring you more on the shooting tonight as we get it. Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase, who participated in the capital riot as apologized to her colleagues, but she is still facing center Chase, a loyal supporter of former president Trump. Spoken A D. C rally the morning of the attack, but says she left the area before the violence started in a floor speech last week, Chase, said Ashley Babette's say her name honoring the rioters shot and killed by Capitol police. Censure resolution, passed by a state Senate committee accuses Chase of fermenting insurrection against the United States. Its sponsor, Democrat, Senator John Bell, says he told Chase he would drop the resolution if she apologized and condemned to the riot in a floor speech yesterday, chased it both if I have offended Any of you in this room because I am very passionate about the Constitution. I apologize. But Belle said Chase did not go far enough, and he plans to move ahead with a full floor vote. Michelle Bash w T O P. News. How far can lawmakers go and punishing colleagues related to the capital riot? Virginia's chief legal officer is weighing in Virginia Attorney general Mark Herring says the General Assembly does have the authority to discipline or even expel members and that lawmakers can define what warrants a severe sanctions. In his advisory opinion, Herring says it's appalling that a Virginia legislator would have Anything to do with that event, and that the General Assembly has tools for holding its members to account based on Virginia's constitution. The statement comes after last week's moved by the Virginia Senate's, which approved a resolution centering Republican Amanda Chase for fomenting insurrection. Ken Duffy w O. P News several capital, law enforcement officials have lost their jobs because of the poor preparation for the violent extremist lead riot that took place on January 6th. Many have contrasted it with the overwhelming police and military force that showed up at Lafayette Square for last year's Black Lives Matter. Protests on this week's episode of Wtl piece podcast colors a dialogue on race in America with JJ Green and Chris Core Washington Post reporter Rachel Chason, who covered both says the difference was clear. Immediately on January 6th 1 p.m.. When the first rioters were breaking past young defenses on the Western side, and there were not more than a dozen Capitol police officers. Then they were just so easily overpowered in my beat partner and I, Rebecca tans would've ran up along with them. And then there were more Capitol police filed out as they realized what was happening and very quickly. They called D. C. Police in D. C. Police came in, but but the level of preparation was just it was a fraction of what there was on June 1. Rachel and her colleagues at the posted an extensive word and photo presentation. Comparing the January 6th right to the Black Lives matter. Protests on June 1st. You can download colors any time on Apple podcast podcast one Spotify working wherever you get your podcasts 7 14 Now in Washington, nearly a third of black U. S. Military service members say they have experienced racial discrimination harassment. Or both during a 12 month period, Reuters reports. This is according to results of a long withheld Defense Department survey that underscores concerns about racism in the ranks. The 2017 survey just released also shows that U. S troops who experience racial discrimination or harassment had high levels of dissatisfaction with a complaint process and largely did not report it. That data supports the findings of a 2020 Reuters investigation, which found that service members feared that reporting discrimination would likely backfire then was not worth. Risk. A judge is allowing a group of parents to move forward with a legal challenge to a new admissions policy at Thomas Jefferson High School in Fairfax County. The new policies are designed to create a more diverse student body at the elite Public High School, Fairfax County Public schools. Asked a judge to dismiss the lawsuit. School Board members say the changes are needed to address a longstanding lack of black and Hispanic students. Being enrolled at the school. 7 15. We will check sports coming up next here on W. C. O P.
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"C at 4 11. Man from Texas is among the latest people to be charges storming the U. S. Capitol. Federal prosecutors say 34 year old Garrett Miller is not only accused of breaking into the building but also for making threats on social media to harm The U. S. Capitol police officer and death threats against Alexandria, a Casio Cortez, a Democratic representative from New York. Investigators also saying social media posts he took credit for storming the Capitol and one post said quote. Next time we bring the guns. His attorney tells the Dallas Morning News that Miller takes responsibility for his actions and that his comments reflect misguided political hyperbole that will not be repeated. More fall out from the incident, where hundreds of National Guardsmen were relocated to parking garages after Inauguration Day guard blames the Capitol police for the garage nephew. The police denied the accusation. President Biden reportedly called the National Guard chief to apologize over the incident. That's Fox is Lucas Tomlinson, who also says many guard members are leaving the D C area, but many will also remain. National Guard says It's cutting its forces from 26,000 down to 7000 by the end of the month that as many as 5000 whole brigade stay through minute March out of concerns. Some protesters might return that historic inauguration date of March forth before 1937 all presidents took office in March over 100 National Guardsmen deployed the Washington tested positive for the coronavirus. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, blasting the incident that happened in the parking garage and how guardsmen were relocated. Virginia State senator has publicly apologized, but she's still facing censure for things, she said and wrote before and after the capital. Right. Republican Senator Amanda Chase has spread unfounded claims that the presidential election was stolen and that members of Antifa stormed the capital. She also wrote on Facebook that Ashley Babbitt, the woman shot and killed by Capitol police was quote brutally murdered. Democrat, Senator John Bell sponsored a resolution to censure Chase but agreed to drop it if she would apologize and condemn the riot. In a floor speech yesterday, Chase said she had condemned the attack before and I will say it again. Today that I condemn violence that occurred at the Capitol. She also apologized to her colleagues. But Bell says Chase did not live up to their agreement. So the move to censure her will go forward on Twitter, Chase wrote. If she is censured, she will wear it like a badge of honor and use it to raise money for her campaign for governor. Michelle Bash. W T O P. NEWS You heard a lot of talk about how different the police respond to us to the January 6 right at the Capitol in comparison to Black lives matter. Protests last year Lafayette Square on this week's episode of W. T O P s podcast colors, a dialogue on race in America. With Chris Corange. AJ Green Rachel, chasing of The Washington Post two covered both events. Says what she saw when she arrived in the capital, told the story immediately think that just struck us again and again. It was just how incredibly different they were. And it sounds simple to say that it feels impossible to sort of overstate what they were wearing. Two was different. They weren't in riot gear it first They were just in their regular uniforms. And that's compared to Lafayette Square. You had police officers and law enforcement officials and riot gear. You had shields you have Fencing is just still vastly different. How? How prepared the two groups were for the two days? Hear.
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"On Route one running south bound after Grand Park Road before Quantico, Gateway, Dr. Watch for possible police direction and a new crash now being reported in Prince William County Dump. Freeze. Road it old stage Coach Road Watch for response Heading. They're married to bump a w T o P traffic over the storm team for meteorologist Lauren rickets temperatures today on Lee reaching into the mid to upper thirties. Problem's going to be. The winds are gonna be gusting up to about 35 Miles an hour. Now we're gonna plenty of sunshine today. But with that gusty wind, we are going to continue to see windchills teens and twenties. Now the wind settled down after about 6 P.m.. Tonight's guys go clear overnight and it's gonna be cold temperatures overnight in the teens and twenties. We'll have a little bit of cloud cover tomorrow. But still some sunshine a much lighter when a pleasant day tomorrow with temperatures around. 40 wouldn't be surprised to see snow shower to tomorrow evening. But our focus turns to Monday and Tuesday is we're going to get Wintry mix across the area some snow to start off on Monday, then change into some sleet and freezing rain. Eventually transition to rain as we head into Tuesday, couldn't is a period of light snow Tuesday afternoon before it gets out of here. Yeah, Wednesday. We're dry, maybe a snow shower, too. But then another snow event possible on Thursday. I'm something for meteorologist Lauren Record got ourselves a cold morning below freezing. 26 outside w. T o P Studios brought to you by Len The Plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. It's 9 21. Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase faces criticism for using the word Patriots to describe rioters at the Capitol building. Even though she's apologized for those remarks..
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"State Senator Amanda Chase faces criticism for using the word Patriots in describing rioters of the Capitol building, even though she's apologized for some of her rhetoric. She's still facing censure from our colleagues in the Senate Chase, a loyal supporter of former president Trump spoken a D. C rally the morning of the attack, but says she left the area before the violence started. In a floor speech last week, Chase, said Ashley Babette's say her name honoring the rioters shot and killed by Capitol police. A censure resolution passed by a state Senate committee accuses Chase of four Menting insurrection against the United States. Its sponsor, Democrat, Senator John Bell, says he told Chase he would drop the resolution if she apologized and condemned to the riot in a floor speech yesterday, chased it both if I have offended Any of you in this room because I am very passionate about the Constitution. I apologize. But Belle said Chase did not go far enough, and he plans to move ahead with a full floor vote. Michelle Bash w T O P. News. How
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"Not his house. That's a very expensive house. You can see. It's a multi million dollar house. So he's reading the house, but probably from a friend who's a Maoist on Ben. I'm guessing the person he rented it from probably set up his laptop and set up the shot. So it was framed in there with the giant 4. Ft by 4 FT. Full color Chairman Mao Head poster on the wall. No big deal. W M A L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on one or 5.9 FM W M A L. A Cumulus station news now. W E Mail news at 11. Good morning. I'm John Mathews. With just days left in the Trump Administration Special Counsel John Durham is set to release documents into his investigation into the origins of collusion allegations between Russia and the Trump 2016 presidential campaign. Fox News has told that sometime Likely this afternoon, we will get hundreds of pages what's expected to be hundreds of pages of documents related to the Russia Gate Investigation. Fox News is told that these air transcripts of depositions and interviews with figures involved in the origins of the Russia collusion investigation among them debriefings that Christopher Steele, who compiled that dodgy dossier on President Trump ahead with the FBI after he was fired as an informant by the FBI. They're said to be connections between the initiation. That dossier and the Hillary Clinton email scandal. Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts there now appears to be some fire to go along with the smoke signals that at least some of the people who attacked the capital last week swing to the left John Sullivan, the founder of the Utah based liberal protest group insurgents, Yusa has been charged with a felony count of interfering with law enforcement that, according to Politico, which report Sullivan is the first person known to be active in liberal causes to be charged. Sullivan was captured on video, encouraging the crowd with colorful language to advance on the capital and burn it down at least 10. Democrats in Virginia state senator backing of formal censure effort against Republican Amanda Chase for her in their words. Inflammatory speech at the Save America Rally Hours before the riot chase it took to the Senate floor yesterday to defend herself. The people of America had no one to fight for them until Trump People of Virginia had no one to fight for us until me and like the president, I told the truth, and I don't surrender. In her speech. Chase cited claims the election was stolen Acclaim rebutted afterwards by several Democrats, including Arlington's Barbara Favela. I think it's time that we all start realizing the truth and stick to the truth when we're talking to our voters. U S military investigating just how many white supremacists are within its ranks. The Pentagon's inspector general will be reviewing the Defense Department's own procedures for identifying removing or not recruiting people who hold white supremacist ideas. Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller ordered the inquiry after reports that members of the military participated in the protest that turned violent of the U. S Capitol last week, including a psychological warfare officer. Who is still active duty reported to have led a group participating in the melee, though no word if that person shared extremist ideology Evan Brown Fox News students in Anna Randall County schools will be stepping foot into school buildings for the first time in about a year on March 1st mom Joyce, Steve man, Thanks the Anna Randall County board that made the right move when it voted yesterday. Send kids back to classrooms no later than March. 1st. We are failing out Children. They are not being educated. There is absolutely no reason why they cannot safely be back in school science teachers, Sebastian Serrano disagrees. You must stop selling the lie that learning ended, he says. Students are learning.
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"Team for meteorologist Mike Standiford, Alexandria, 34. DuPont Circle 34 German town of 31 degrees. We're down to the middle twenties in some places. 10 51, Amanda Chase of Virginia State senator and Republican candidate for governor says she's partially locked out of her Facebook account. DCs reports, Chase writes to her supporters. Facebook continues to restrict free speech. This happened after Wednesday night, the deadly right at the Capitol and then Chase told supporters in a 16 minute video. She attended the demonstration in Washington because quote I to believe The 2020 presidential election was stolen. That's when Facebook took action. President elect Joe Biden says one of the few things he had president Trump agree on is that Trump should not attend his inauguration January 20th During a news conference in Delaware today, a reporter asked Biden whether vice president Mike Pence could be there for the vice president is welcome to come be honored to have him there. And to move forward in the transition. Have you spoken to him at all? No, I have. Biden also tells the media in Delaware that despite all that's happened, Americans craving unity and harmony. He believes they will have that after his inauguration. The pandemic has left the nation's mass transit agencies struggling, one expert says. When it's all over, things will be quite different. Most people think transit is for commuters. The work trip was never the majority of trips. There was only 20 to 30% of our trips. Beth Osborne is the director of transportation for America. In a presentation to members of the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, she said commuters won't all come back after the pandemic ends as more will telecommute so we can take this time to re imagine transit so that we supplied the other 70 80% of trips, something that needs And work because when she did scenarios of families getting to work using on Lee Transit in the D M V. Getting parents to work was easy. But when trying to get the kids to school or daycare, then go to work. Easy. Transit options weren't available. Something she says, needs to change going forward Michelle Morello w T o p noon and as we've been reporting, Metro says he doesn't have to make those draconian cuts now, like no weekend service or closing stations. None of that will happen for now because of new federal covert dollars and Metro for the time being will not be laying people off and will not be Cutting service. Georgia Republican David Perdue has conceded his Senate election lost to Democrat John. Also off comes a day after Senator Kelly Leffler conceded to Democrat Raphael Warnock in Georgia's other runoff. Still ahead tonight. Here on W T O P. Money news. Did you end up keeping your credit card? Mostly in your wallet over the holidays. Stay with us. It's mortal Furniture's biggest end of your clearance, with hundreds of items marked down and savings up to 75% off Marlo sofas.
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"China, Hilary were 38 a Reagan national. Alright Thanks so much. Mike Standiford, the latest on what President elect Joe Biden has to say today. 3 50 CBS NEWS Special Report. President elect Joe Biden says President Trump is unfit for office but is refusing to weigh in on new moves to impeach him. House could take up articles of impeachment against the president as early as next week. That's a decision for the Congress to make. I'm focused on my job, Mr Biden says. It's okay that President Trump says he is not going to the inauguration. I think it's important we get on with the business. Getting him out of office. The quickest way that that will happen is us being sworn in the 20th. He says he welcomes Vice President Mike Pence. Their House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, says she reached out to the chairman of the Joint chief of staff to ensure that Mr Trump could not order military action, including a nuclear strike. During his final days in office, Retired U. S Army Colonel Jeff McCausland is a CBS News military analyst. Military officers by their oath and the uniform Code of Military Justice can refuse to follow an order if he or she determines it to be illegal or more. CBS News Special Report on that Piper. It's 3 51 w T. O P. National security correspondent J. J. Green has more on the concern about the president's fitness for office, which is shared among lawmakers and the national security community. Extraordinary amount of concern by people in the National Security Lube and those who used to be in the loop about what might happen if the president simply decided to initiate a strike. On a target if you wanted to, and I could tell you that one of the people that used to run the situation room at the White House said to me that it's very interesting. This is two days ago, remember? That he was the president who no longer has permission to tweet, but he can launch a nuclear strike. That is the level of concern that I think, in many ways generated this activity by the speaker and others concerned about what the president might do with his commander in chief to power. W T. O P S J J Green. There are calls today for a Virginia state senator and Republican candidate for governor to resign over her role in the rally that preceded Wednesday's riot at the Capitol. Republican Amanda Chase is under fire from Virginia Senate Democrats, They say she quote Horrifyingly empowered a failed coup and galvanized domestic terrorists and in a Facebook live following Wednesday's violence, chase doubled down on her involvement in that rally their elections when you take take away Their constitutional rights and freedoms. You're back in back in the Patriots like myself into a corner today, Facebook band Chase from posting to her official Senate Facebook page for 90 Don't make that 60 days between politics and civil unrest and the pandemic. It can really be hard to avoid doom scrolling. That's when you can't stop looking at social media, Even though it's upsetting NBC for Susan Hogan has some tips to help you filter out the content. You would rather not see, you actually have some control over What kinds of post you see on social media. So this isn't about blocking up the world and pretending that nothing wrong is happening. It's really about taking back control and deciding when you want to interact with this kind of content and doing so, on your own terms. So coming up today on news for at four, we're gonna have detailed instructions for filtering your feed's up next in money news. NASDAQ is headed for a record. Why did GM just change its logo? I'm Jeff label 3 54..
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"To 7 P.m. on Tuesday. Melissa how old the BTO Beanies list of Democrats running for governor of Virginia just got larger Virginia delegate lead. Carter, who represents the city of Manassas and part of Prince William County, is the only Democratic Socialist in the General Assembly. Here's a bit of his campaign announcement video. It's no secret that Virginia is divided. But it's not divided between red and blue. It's not divided between big cities and small towns. Virginia is divided between the haves and the have nots. He goes on to say I'm running for governor, so the rest of us can finally get what we need in the Democratic primary. He'll face former governor Terry McAuliffe lieutenant governor just in Fairfax delegate Jennifer Carroll, Foy and state Senator Jennifer McClellan. Michelle Bash w T o P News on the Republican side. There are two declared candidates their delegate Kirk Cox and state Senator Amanda Chase. Although Chase has said she plans to run as an independent Virginia's off your contest has a strong track record of being an early indicator of broader national trends. Reviewing voter backlash is against President Barack Obama and Donald Trump. In recent election cycles. Virginia has traditionally elected business friendly moderates of both parties to be its chief executive. But the death of the 2021 Field reflects the state's changing political dynamics and the unsettled mood among both Republicans and Democrats. The FBI is out with a warning tonight after manufacturers of Smart Home devices notified law enforcement that stolen email passwords are being used to access smart devices with cameras and voice capabilities. It's another reason to make sure you use strong, complex passwords and don't use the same password for everything. The FBI says bad guys. They're figuring out passwords, too smart devices, including video and audio, capable home surveillance devices and using them to carry out swatting attacks. Swatting is a hoax call to emergency services, drawing a response from law enforcement or even a SWAT team. The bureau says Offenders can watch the live stream footage of the police response through your device, which usually results in confusion and sometimes as deadly consequences. Sandy coz l w t o P News well with thousands of hungry mouth The feed every day. The pandemic has been challenging for the country's me that yes, the country zoos more now from CBS correspondent Stephan Kaufman for the Denver Zoo, being forced to close down because of covert 19 has severely cut into its revenue for more than 450 species. Animals that range from both £1000 Asian elephants, toe critically endangered frogs and amphibians whose spokesperson Jakku B. A. We're burning the candles of both, and we're closed for 87 days, but also $100,000 a day an ongoing expenses. Donations of being sought to cover nearly $1 million annual food budget. Stephan Kaufman CBS News 9 44 sports Up next That led the plumber. We know that when you need a plumber you want an expert. Now a licensed plumber has the know how in the expertise to solve your problem to do it right. The first time customers want a plumber. They don't want a guy that's going to try and sell them and H vac system While they're looking at the water heater. All we do is plumbing and we're good at it..
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"To 7 P.m. on Tuesday. Melissa how old Tubby Tubby News. The list of Democrats running for governor of Virginia just got a little longer Virginia delegate lead. Carter, who represents the city of Manassas and part of Prince William County, is the only Democratic Socialist in the General Assembly. Here's a bit of his campaign announcement video. It's no secret that Virginia is divided. But it's not divided between red and blue. It's not divided between big cities and small towns. Virginia is divided between the haves and the have nots. He goes on to say I'm running for governor, so the rest of us can finally get what we need in the Democratic primary. He'll face former governor Terry McAuliffe lieutenant governor just in Fairfax delegate Jennifer Carroll, Foy and state Senator Jennifer McClellan. Michelle Bash. W T o P News on the Republican side. There are two declared candidates, their delegates Kurt Cox and state Senator Amanda Chase. Although Chase has said she plans to run as an independent Virginia's off your contest has a strong track record of being an early indicator of broader national trends. Previewing voter backlash is against President Barack Obama and Donald Trump. In recent election cycles. Virginia has traditionally elected business friendly moderates of both parties to be its chief executive. But the death of the 2021 Field reflects the state's changing political dynamics and the unsettled mood among both Republicans and Democrats. The FBI is out with a warning tonight after manufacturers of Smart Home devices notified law enforcement that stolen email passwords are being used to access smart devices with cameras and voice capabilities. It's another reason to make sure you use strong, complex passwords don't use the same password for everything. The FBI says bad guys..
State Senator Jennifer McClellan announces bid for Virginia governor
"News Virginia state senator Jennifer McClellan a Democrat hasn't ounce that she'll seek the democratic nomination for governor she has represented Richmond in either the house of delegates or the Senate since two thousand six now if elected McClellan would be the first African American woman to serve as the state's chief executive in American history and the second African American person to lead Virginia other Democrats including former governor Terry McAuliffe's are also said to be considering bids on the Republican side state senator Amanda chase is the only major candidate to say she will
Virginia's gun rally won't halt gun-control laws
"Two this week's gun rights rally in Richmond Virginia does not change the minds of the intro government about new gun laws Virginia state senators voted along straight party lights in approving a measure allowing authorities to take guns from people consider dangerous to themselves or others Republican Amanda chase legislators who voted in favor of this bill or dean traders of the Commonwealth democratic state senator Janet hole I am deeply offended that she is accused anyone on the floor of treason seventeen other states have so called red flag gun laws Jim chrysalis
Virginia Senate passes 'red flag' bill days after large gun rights rally
"A gun safety measure proposed by Virginia Democrats moving forward now two days after the pro gun rally in Richmond the Virginia Senate backing a red flag wall meant to head off shooting will protect lives and reduced AS within Virginia Fairfax senator George Parker is the bill that would set up a judicial process to temporarily removed guns from people who pose a threat to themselves or others passed the Senate on a party line vote I was twenty one knows nineteen Amanda chase went farther than any other Republican senator opposing the bill each legislator that votes in favor of the spell in my opinion as a traitor to Virginia that's park sharper abuse from Democrats including over the violation of Senate rules
Va Senate passes 'red flag' gun law over fierce opposition
"The democratic led Virginia Senate approved legislation Wednesday that would permit authorities to take guns away from people deemed dangerous to themselves or others the bill passed on a narrow twenty one nineteen party line vote with Republicans lined up against the measure GOP senator Amanda chase called supporters of the legislation traders Democrats said the bill that could prevent mass shootings was carefully crafted to preserve due process and individual rights the so called red flag measure now goes to the house hi Mike Rossio