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02:55 min | 4 months ago

"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

"Numbers just in from the Labor Department. Unemployment claims fell to 310,000 last week. That is a new pandemic low to drop of about 35,000 from the week before. Weekly average of new claims before the pandemic was just over 8 200,042. Now when news happens, it's on social media almost incidently, But Facebook wasn't invented on the until three years after the September 11th terror attacks. Twitter wasn't launched until 2007 we continue now, our coverage September 11th 20. Years later, a lot of people would have been posting to social media very quickly. Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute years before social The media would let eyewitnesses tell their own stories. Reporters scrambled to gather information, and some that was reported was wrong. That misinformation would probably have traveled a lot further a lot faster. Of course, most people who post on social media don't follow the ethical roadmap, the journalists use a photographer selects the best images knowing 1000 images that they're similar are going to be less powerful. It was Reporters with sources and the airline industry and intelligence community that quickly gathered the names of people on the planes, including the terrorists and that during flight training, they only wanted to learn how to fly the planes. Not land. Um, that was all shoe leather journalism meal log can stain double you to Europe. In news you can see more of our coverage on w t o p dot com Search September 11th. There are more school bus routes. Then there are people who can drive them both. Year end around the country, but it means your kids aren't always going to get to school or back home when they're supposed to. And and arrundell County 18 bus routes were not in service for the first day of school yesterday, nearly half of them in Annapolis school leaders tell the Capitalgazette will be posting the list of routes that are cancelled every day online. Parents say the county is not doing enough to make sure everyone knows their child's bus isn't coming. Still to come here. The first legal challenge to a New Texas abortion law may come today. It's 8 43 the business spotlight. Here's Dezio Sunshade Chairperson board of directors at Bite back. The biggest challenges for us have all been around equipping our students to learn virtually so many tech jobs Spanish last year and suddenly we found ourselves in an environment. More people needed our services to learn digital skills for survival services that we had to deliver in a whole new way. The solutions we found to help us resolve those issues came from the support of our corporate partners. Support from groups like TV bank allowed us to set up a loner. Laptop programs for students work with Internet service providers to game or Internet access. And at telehealth and online banking training for students to help them meet their needs outside.

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"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 4 months ago

"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

"Texas law bans abortions once medical professionals can detect cardiac activity. And usually that's about six weeks. Private individuals are the ones who will enforce it with awards of $10,000 if they win a case against somebody they accused of performing or aiding in an abortion. State lawmakers wrote the law that way because it leaves pro choice. His opponents of the bill without an obvious party to sue. There are more school bus routes than there are people who can drive them both here and around the country. And it means your kids aren't always getting to school or back home when they're supposed to. In an Arrundell county 18 bus routes weren't in service for the first day of school yesterday, nearly half of them in Annapolis. School leaders tell the Capitalgazette they'll be posting the list of roots cancelled every day online. But parents say the county is not doing enough to make sure that everyone knows their kids Bus isn't going to come. September is suicide prevention month and advocates have some advice for talking with somebody about that question directly. Are you thinking about suicide? If you think that person may be considering suicide, Ellen Shannon with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, we actually know that when you ask the question directly That can sometimes, um, save lives, she says. You're letting them know you're a safe person to talk to. You just come from a place of caring and concern. And do more listening than you do talking. Anyone experiencing emotional distress can reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 802 73 82 55 to 73 82 55 Kristi King. W t o P. News the D. C shorts Film Festival kicks off today in a hybrid format films will screen in person and online from all around the world. We have 95 films over 26 countries like we have Six World Premieres eight or nine North American premieres, Programming director Job A. Lancia says This year's slate includes Mazel Tov cocktail. It's a keen angst film about a kid who's trying to deal with his Jewish identity within the context of Germany. Sort of has a lot of these comic book, You know, she's arms and powers that pop up on the screen, educating while also having a lot of fun. You can also check out souvenir stop action, animated with paper, and it's a trip down memory lane with a father daughter. Who are recollecting the trips that they took Jason friendly Wtlv news. It's 6 54 environment has changed the risk of a data leak has increased by 85% I'm an Morgan, director of federal at Code 42 are fed ramp Authorized insider risk solution can extend the reach of your zero trust strategy.

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"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 4 months ago

"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

"Putting our national security at risk around the globe drones post significant threats in protecting people and places For decades, CSC has deployed technology that detects tracks and defeats the threat from drones of any kind and our modular systems offer. Its ability to defend any environment. So what does Mission first mean Mission first means see a sea visit US at C a c dot com It's 5, 35 and out of the nationwide moratorium on evictions has expired. There's concern about the nearly 300 evictions that are looming in the District, D. C. Council chairman Phil Mendelson says. More than 70 evictions are scheduled to take place next week. But Mendelson says the city has about $200 million in emergency funds meant to keep people in their homes and the evictions could be averted. If the city acted swiftly. We have money available. To help tenants with their rent, and if the tenant is eligible, they shouldn't be getting evicted. Mendelson has written to Mayor Muriel Bowser asking for help, expressing concern that the city's emergency program called State D. C may not be nimble enough to get out the payments before the tenants are evicted, particularly on O w. T O P news. There are more school bus routes than there are people who can drive them both here and around the country. That means that your kids may not always be getting to school or back home when they're supposed to, in and around Oak County. 18 bus routes were not in service on the first day of school yesterday, and nearly half of them were in Annapolis. School leaders tell the Capitalgazette that they'll be posting the list of roots cancelled every day online, But parents say the county isn't doing enough to make sure that everybody knows that their child's bus isn't coming. The Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia, is laying off campaign staff. Among the six people let go this week are both the now former campaign manager and press secretary for winsome Sears. She tells the Richmond Times Dispatch. She wants her campaign to be leaner and that there's no deeper story there to polls over the last month show Sears trailing Democrat Hala Ayala by a convincing margin ahead of the November 2nd general election. Still to come on. W T O P 9 11 inspired a new generation of Americans to serve. I'm JJ Green. It's 5 36. The following is a paid commercial message. This is Bishop Michael Burbage of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. This week. Our hearts are filled with sadness. As we remember the events of September 11th 2000 and one on that day 20 years ago, nearly 3000 people were killed in the terrorist attacks against the United States. Many of Austria call where we were when we heard the news and viewed the images, But a new generation has emerged in the last two decades, and it is incumbent upon that generation in all generations that follow To remember prayerfully those who perished in New York and Washington and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, to learn of the acts of charism of ordinary citizens and first responders. Who are willing to sacrifice their lives so others might live. We bow in somber silence and pray for all impacted by 9 11, and we pray for peace throughout the world, Old and young alike. We must never forget. Cybersecurity threats are happening.

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"annapolis school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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06:46 min | 1 year ago

"annapolis school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back. Folks like to have him with us on the weekend edition of Bill A larger on 93 WNBC. Our guest today on the program is a good friend, Dr Wilson. She is a sense of pressure, Political science. At the university in Annapolis. Dr Laura Now let's like some wee Wee Wee Wee laid the groundwork for it for the final certification of the state results. And then along came a couple of days ago with Azaz. One friend of mine put it earlier. It was like watching the movie it was like watching World War Z. With with zombie sort of overtaking the Capitol building and sort of right up the stairs. Got capital guards. He got to get the president, Uh, you know, insinuating or inciting to riot. Um, I'm still trying to figure all that out to be brutally honest with, you know, I feel the same way and I imagine Americans across the country as they were watching this, and as the days that have unfolded sense are all trying to process that's exactly how I feel personally to try and understand. What was happening to trying to shame them The motivations and I think there's ah lot of questions, but it raised that we still don't have answers to and probably won't for quite some time, but not the least of which is how security could be breached. Are you our nation's capital? What should be the most Ingrid? Think political place when some of the highest political officers and leaders of our country how that security was breached, for example, right, It's an important questions I think were raised that will take weeks and probably months to investigate before we truly know the answers. Would you talk about that how the House security was breached? Because I know for a fact that whenever things like this happen, there was always In that shatter. There's always somebody talking. They're saying something that the police and security where this the FBI or Capitol police, or D, c please should be paying attention to and monitoring so that when the folks to show up I'm not saying you gotta have like, no, that the jack booted no guys out there every day, every 10 ft or whatever, but you would think that somebody would have said something or had Something set up like, okay. If this gets out of control, we're ready to go. Well, absolutely Anything has to go back to arguments about the Patriot Act. For example, there was always a concern about how much individual liberties we were giving up in the name of national security into your point. That's exactly this is the moment where we say Yeah, The government may be listening to your phone calls, but we're making sure we're preventing you kind of acts of failed insurgency. And for whatever reason, and then again, I imagine I'll take months for the tip fully be investigated and answered, But whatever reason those those weren't thwarted, they weren't alerted some miscommunication or something happens. Something serious enough to allow this to occur, and I know there will be investigations. And I do think we should all be paying very close attention because it's important, understand, And I just know why. But the how how This could happen in our country In our capital. We've seen political violent political strife. Political protest is as American as it comes, but you have the Capitol building besieged like this. Of course. Historically, it's been noted, hasn't happened since 80 morning, 12. Yes, exactly and should have never happened since So the question of why something that obviously means we thoroughly and sufficiently investigated Laura Wilson with the C University. Annapolis of professor was pleasant sense, Professor Political science with us on the program today, Doctor. I don't know as you sort of, you know, kind of watched watching coverage the way I did, but the one picture that just stuck with me the whole time. Was the one guy who can take it from like Louisiana. Sure, where was from, But he was a Nancy Pelosi's office with his feet up on the desk, and then he ended up taking her mail. And posted a picture upon socialize like dude, you are. You have no idea what you've just done here. An incredible amount of truly people being emboldened and impassioned. I actually thought you might have mentioned the guy in the forget up because that was a really interesting the Viking guy statement. Yeah. I need to think it gives you some insight into the level of absolute maniacal behavior to have that kind of attitude. And as you said she'd take mail from the office of a speaker of the house. You don't have to like him or set form vote for him. But in terms of the number of criminal offenses that occurred and anything particular with the emboldened bird behavior, this is an Internet world, right. Everybody can Sleuth out everyone else, and it's quite easy to do this kind detective work. It's not my forte. But I know there are people that spend all day on the Internet who identifying who these folks are obviously in terms of security and police other they're probably working on that right now. They probably started the moment that picture was posted. It does give you a little bit of an insight in terms of attitude and the mindset. The people that were ultimately besieging the capital. How much responsibility do you think or accountability is should there be for the president for Donald Trump? Because he gives you be? Didn't be he because they he incited the riot. So he was responsible for it, even though he wasn't there. Um, how much blame to the president? Get for all this? Well, do you think he has some level of accountability? He talked to his protest. The protesters, you know, he has encouraged them and at the same time, of course, he physically was not present. He was not the person pushing through. He was not. The person with arms is so I, you know, accountability. It's not that it's just the black and white. Oh, you're responsible or you're not. He absolutely does shoulder some of this burden. And I hope we'll show himself to be responsible accountable for those actions. And at the same time I wanna be very clear is the people who besieged the capital is the people who behaved is domestic terrorists for lack of a better term. That's exactly what they did. Those of the people who are responsible for their individual actions and accountability is is subjective, and there's certainly lines to it. But in this case, I think there are a lot of people who are responsible. For an event like this to be able to transpire in our country. That's Lori Wilson University. Annapolis school. Political science with us for a few more minutes on the program today, Dr Laura I thought it was interesting that after the police came in, the National Guard came in and kind of cleared everybody out the congressman back into intercession. They said they were gonna let the bad guys stop them. And then that's what I thought. I got interested because where they had a 14 or dozen or so U s senators ready to back up these electoral challenges? That number dropped to like six or eight did And I liked Bron, A senator from Indiana..

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"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

"Rest in 30 and Gaithersburg, 30 and Woodbridge. And we've got 32 degrees right now. In Washington. The forecast tonight brought to you by new look home design. No interest financing on your new roof until 2022. It's 10 19 in Washington, A Naval Academy midshipman has died while on leave away from the Annapolis. School Officials are not releasing the cause of death, where the midshipmen died or the Identity of the student. Virginia is coming up short in complying with federal laws on educating students with disabilities. The Virginia Mercury Reports, The States Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission presented its findings this week in a lengthy report report supports concerns long held by parents and special education advocates across the state. And it confirms criticisms expressed by the U. S Department of Education in June, officials there found serious deficiencies and how the state Department of Education monitors and respond. Sue Special education complaints students in Montgomery County won't be returning to in person learning next month. The Board of Education voted today to delay a return and said he wants to bring students back. But on Lee when it can do it safely, Board of Education member Patricia O'Neil joined in the unanimous vote to delay any return to in person learning until the start of the second semester on February 1st. It is highly unlikely that we're going to suddenly turn that corner between now and January, 12 on the 12th. The board will decide whether a February would Turn is possible. If the county's covered 19 metrics meet the threshold for cases at or below 5% positivity and fewer than 15 cases. Per 100,000 people chair of engagement Derek Turner, the board voted to adopt a phase in model that accelerates elementary students. The first groups to return will be K through third grade's CTE and special education students. Meghan Cloherty. W T o P News as local governments decide who gets the Corona virus vaccine First, there's a call to include teachers in that first wave of shots from Maryland superintendent of Schools in a letter to the Department of Health. Dr Karen Salmon says teachers and school staff should be some of the first in the state to get the vaccine same and says school closures are causing poor academic results. Especially in underserved students. She says it is essential for students to return to in person learning. According to the state's vaccination plan, Health care workers will get the vaccine. First Teachers and child care staff are part of phase one be. Maryland received its first shipment of vaccines this week. Initial doses are expected to cover about half of the state's health care workers. Luke Luke Hurt W T O P new. A three gym chain and D C has agreed to comply with the city's emergency covert 19 health and safety requirements. The Been athletic club had been sued by Attorney General Karl Racine. He alleged the gym in danger district residents by letting people exercise that it shall location without masks, adequate distancing or proper equipment sanitizing. His investigation visited the gym investigators, I should say, visited the gym half a dozen times and reported that they had observed numerous violations of D C rules. The Urban Athletic Club operates gyms and hotels and Adams, Morgan Glover Park. Along with its location in Shaw, another milestone in the fight against the Corona virus pandemic. The FDA clearing the way for an at home covert 19 test. This is CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Egas. This is a quick test that could be done at home and together with the digital app to interpret the results tell you whether you are positive or negative for the test. The test takes about 20 minutes. Company.

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

"And weather on the AIDS. Bob Miller, the W T o P Traffic seven. Well, things are pretty quiet around the region. The pavement is tries, so no precipitation Yet things air running pretty freely waited to see if any works on set up as of yet, at least on the Virginia side tonight. So far, none have. It's a little early 66 runs but Delay both inside and outside the Beltway and all the way at the Haymarket and beyond nothing in your way there and 3, 95 and 95 also pretty quiet toward Fredericksburg and beyond. In fact, things are running pretty freely Beltway through Tysons Annandale through Springfield in Alexandria and on the Maryland side through Montgomery and Prince George's County is also without delay on 95, Baltimore Washington Parkway, each and great shape as his 50 out to bully Annapolis in the Bay Bridge and 2 70 also running well between the Beltway, an interstate 70 now Wtlv. Reporters are driven by Fitzgerald Auto Mall shop fits first and Save money. Choose from thousands of used cars and trucks visit fit small dot com That's the fits way. Bob Engler, double D T O P Trap, Not a storm team forward a million Draper. Snow, Rain and potentially freezing rain and sleet move into the area tomorrow during the morning and midday hours, and this wintry mix continues throughout the day. Coming to an end Wednesday night into very early Thursday morning for the Metro area will likely see rain and snow transitioning to all reign as the day wears on, with a chance for some ice, mixing in farther north and west of the Metro, This is mainly all snow. With the chance for some ice mixing in and down into southern Maryland. It's about heavy rain that could lead to some flooding. And also strong, gusty, potentially damaging winds. I'm strong team four meteorologist Amelia Draper Temperatures around the Washington area right now. 37 Alexandria. We've got 31 in Germantown right now. Downtown 37 degrees in DuPont Circle. It's a 10 in Washington and Naval Academy midshipman has died while on leave away from the Annapolis. School officials are not releasing the cause of death, where the midshipmen died, or the identity.

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"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

"annapolis school" Discussed on WTOP

"Because some families are home schooling their kids now or have enrolled them in private and parochial schools. All of these systems classes are virtual. Although it's moving toward a hybrid model in the coming months, the Naval Academy's calendar has been changed by the Corona virus crisis. We've learned that fall semester classes at Annapolis school will now and on December 3rd Capitalgazette reporting spring semester classes will begin January 19th. The academy has not said when it's going to send Agents. Whether or not it's going to send students home for winter break four years after a D C men was killed in his Capitol Hill neighborhood, his brother is finally a defamation suit against those he says, linked his brother's death to a right wing conspiracy ahead of the 2016 presidential election. A federal judge is ordering Twitter turn over the identity of the user who, Aaron Rich says, write a conspiracy theory and fabricated an FBI document to support it that posthumously heard his brother's reputation. Twitter is declining to comment. Rich filed a defamation suit in California against Edward Butowsky, Matthew Couch, America, First Media and the Washington Times claiming they spread the conspiracy, which led to a now retracted Fox News report. In his special counsel. Report, Robert Mueller debunked the theory taking aim at Wikileaks founder Julian Assange sand for falsely implying that Seth Rich was somehow involved the dissemination of the DNC emails. Meghan Cloherty. W T O Penis. Well, you saw him on the special Netflix Siri's Tiger King. Now he's been indicted on a felony count of conspiracy to traffic wildlife. Doc Ansel owns Myrtle Beach Safari. In a statement today, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring says Keith Wilson has also been indicted on the same charge. He owns Wilson's Wild Animal Park in Frederick County, Virginia. The two men are accused of animal cruelty herring and says Antal and Wilson Traffic Lion cubs between Virginia and South Carolina. They want to get you updated here on the panda cub because the team caring for him at the national Zoo reports. He's been experience and got growth spurt, gaining about a pound this week, and his eyes are fully open. If you want to check him out, you can always see him on the panda can very.

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"annapolis school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"annapolis school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"India is catching up to the United States in the total number of Corona virus cases. It is currently seeing the most cases in the world. Israel has just become the first industrialized country to oppose a second lock down on the next plane. There show lessons from Israel and India for control in the next wave here, and we'll keep following the aftermath of the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Brian Lehrer Show at 10 AM on W. WNYC supporters include HarperPerennial, publisher of more Than a Woman, The Older, Wiser Follow up to how to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran, a new take on modern day middle aged women that tackles heavy topics with a light touch wherever books are sold, sweeten Ah Home renovation service that matches each project with a short list of general contractors while offering guidance support and financial protection. More of s w e e TN dot com If you believe Democracy requires a free press your station is w. N. Y c 93.9 FM and am a 20. NPR NEWS New York conversation. This is WNBC in New York. I'm David first. With these news headlines, Democrats are accusing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of hypocrisy after he pledged a Senate vote on President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer reminded McConnell of his 2016 comments that a vacancy should not be filled until the election of a new president. Manhattan district Attorney says his pursuit of President Trump's tax returns is supposed supported by a record of misconduct allegations. In a court filing yesterday, Lawyers for Cy Vance declined to reveal why the president is under investigation. But they pointed to multiple news reports in which Trump has been accused of overstating the value of his assets to potential business partners and lenders while minimizing their value for tax purposes. Trump has called the investigation a fishing expedition. Survey of New York City bars and restaurants found that 87% were unable to pay full rent in August. The New York City hospitality Alliance says that is up from 80% in June. Meanwhile, only 10% of the more than 450 restaurant tours surveyed say their landlords were willing to re negotiate. The release is the organization's director Andrew Ritchie, says the industry is in desperate need of government aid. There's no way small business owners are going to be able to pay back multiple months of miss Rent, Nor will they be able to pay 100 per cent of pre pandemic rents any time soon. Over the weekend, Governor Cuomo extended the state ban on commercial evictions until October 20th. It was set to expire yesterday. It's 53 degrees. Now it will be sunny once again today with an afternoon high around 73 tonight, clear skies with a low of 56. Welcome back to news hour shortly will ask What can the Democratic party in the U. S. Due to thwart the Republicans determination to find a successor to Ruth Bader Ginsburg before November, the third First they're here in the UK The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been on his feet in parliament, outlining the reimposition of some restrictions to stem an increase in Corona virus infections. A political correspondent Robert Watson has been listening. He joins me in the studio role, but he said, We have reached a perilous turning point. Yes, he did, and that was building on the warning. We heard from the government's two main scientists yesterday, which basically said Look, if you do nothing, it's possible that by the middle of next month you get to 50,000 new infections a day, which then in turn A month later, could lead 202 100 deaths a day. So in other words, that the message from the prime minister is look, let's try and do something. Now we can see this is serious in order to fend off More serious lock down of the country. OK, so in that context, still trying to get the balance right between making sure the economy is not entirely locked down, but also responding to the science modeling? Yes, In fact, that's the word he used a balanced approach, and it's quite clear that the prime minister is thinking this is the smartest way to sell it to the public. I mean, what he actually said was Look Neither are we going to go to the side of let let the virus let it let it let it run Ripped through society. Neither we're going to go for for a full lock down Since this idea. You appeal to people by saying this is a kind of middle way We'll try and do something. And it seems to me just to state the blindingly obvious which maybe we journalists should from time to time. You know, that kind of approach disappoints lots of people. So it kind of depends on doesn't work right? And what is it that he has put in place something that the list is going to be in place for six months, which is Long time. Yes, it's a pretty daunting prospect. I bet lots of people in the UK have been scratching their heads and consulting like Darius. Thank goodness. What does that mean about anti sevens? Have a Christmas Ah, look, the main things that he's highlighted. Are that that the 10 p.m. curfew for pubs and restaurants, which is huge in a country like this where people love to go out on the reversal of this idea of encouraging everyone to go backto work on DH talking work. I return to my point. You know, you will have You will have plenty of people saying this is this is all pathetic. This won't stop the virus. You need something much stronger than this On the other wing. You have lots of people say this is crazy. You know you're going to destroy the economy. I mean, it seems to me that now the important thing for Mr Johnson and the governments that this works that this does get the virus in check one thing, of course in his favor. It was quite noticeable that while many politicians have to take the view that Boris Johnson is not the ideal prime minister Very few of them were actually criticizing these latest message. I mean, there isn't a clamor amongst politicians for either letting the virus rip or for a full locked out, but But some of the criticism is in his own party in terms of how he has been performing. Yes, I mean, that is the problem he has him in. Obviously, the opposition is going to call him Oppa food on land, and they are on a regular basis and clearly is losing support. Amongst the population. But, yeah problem that he has very specific and it is very mindful of us. The governing Conservative Party has a very strong and vociferous of libertarian wings with that absolutely hates the idea of lockdowns or economic social restrictions. It's absolute poison. Too many conservative many that I know and I can tell you how strongly they feel about it. Robots. Annapolis school correspondent Thanks Listening to news are from the BBC on Rosie to the United States now and so much has happened in this presidential election year to list a few of them an impeachment covert 19. The numbers of dead is approaching 200,000. A national reckoning on race fires on the West Coast any alive, those issues could inform how people will vote. But now a vacancy on the benches of the Supreme Court has emerged after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and with it, another fault line is exposed just 41 days before an election. President. Trump wants the vacancy filled before November. The third. The Democratic Party want the precedent set from 2016 when President Obama was denied by Republican dominated Senate. From replacing Judge Scalia to apply this time Can the Democratic Party's wish wishes prevail? What can it do to thwart the GOP's determination? Let's speak to Elly Ha Nick, who is a former state and federal prosecutor, now legal analyst. Joining us live from New Jersey. Welcome to the program start just by guessing you to outline for us what you think the options are for the Democratic Party. So Democrats have options, although I will say none of them are particularly promising..

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