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"Cup Germany and Spain's scoreless late in the first half final from earlier Croatia B Canada for one. Then ravy WTO sports. Thank you, Ben. It is two 47, the top stores were falling for you on WTO early voting underway in several Georgia counties Saturday there was early voting in the Senate runoff election between democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker. Amid snowfall shelling by Russian forces struck several areas in eastern and southern Ukraine overnight as utility crews continued to scramble to restore power, water, and heating following the widespread strikes there in recent weeks. The search is on for someone who shot at a metro bus in southeast D.C. police calling it a case of road rage, no one on that bus was hurt. For more on these stories in just minutes. A teenager has been killed in a shooting in southeast D.C., police say 16 year old jakai Snyder of southeast was shot in the Barry farm neighborhood along Morris road Saturday afternoon. It's believed this was a targeted attack in D.C. police have brought in a person of interest in the case, but they're still offering a $25,000 reward to anyone who provides information leading to an arrest. It is two 48 a WTO paid. And we have traffic and weather on the 8s, Robb stallworth's in the traffic center. I don't look for the beltway near Georgia avenue. We had only temporarily stopped for the crash that was along the left side. They moved it over to the right shoulder but basically on the right side and that far right transition lane, they're still blocking on the outer loop as you head towards Georgia avenue the crash in the far right transition lane in a loop ramp to southbound Georgia avenue was blocked since they turned the camera. We can't see the issue anymore, but it was at least three vehicles involved in the spin out on the envelope ramp to southbound Georgia avenue so watch out for that. Otherwise, route 50 going across the bay bridge, we do have one warnings and effects, so please keep both hands on the steering wheel, otherwise eastbound 50, near sandy point state park that crash was along the left side of the roadway there, south and I 95 as you pass the ICC headed toward two 12, that's where we had the right lane block for the wreck, but traveling on two 70 southbound near 80 and urbana, that right shoulder is now blocked with that crash you're traveling or once again reopened. Still, the issue in Kettering Watkins park drive, south of Everton drive, we had some downed wires at last report you were under police direction in Virginia the beltway pretty cool right now between Alexandria and maclean. I 95 southbound here off and on the brakes anywhere between newington and a of course, county, northbound I 95 as a head pass garrisonville exit one 43. That's where we had the crash reported to be along the right side of the roadway, continuing northbound expect delays off and on toward the Springfield interchange, but to travel lanes or reporter to be open and available there. No problems when I three 95 up to and across the 14th street bridge, taking you to the district southbound D.C. two 95 near Easter. I have excuse me near east capital street. That's where we had some high standing water but uncertain if that is still the case right now. I'm rob stallworth WTO traffic. Now to storm team four meteorologist clay Anderson. As The Rain will continue throughout the afternoon, make sure you are safe
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"This is the officer Tatum show. The left 18 nothing yet. April 4 9 zero zero 7 two four three. I'm gonna try to get to as many of you guys as I possibly can. So bear with me and be methodical and short with your statements. So I can get everybody in and don't go on a whole rant. Just give me what you got and then we can move to somebody else and I'll get my commentary. I want to start with line one, Tom from auburn, California. Hi there. Hey, I do have a complaint about your appearance, the other night in Roswell, it was too short. They didn't let you. Oh. Yeah, yeah, I know, man. You know, I got to talk to them about that. Paul Pelosi's brother Ron used to live directly across the street from us on a dead end street, a street with no traffic. And. He was a member of the board of supervisors for the city and county of San Francisco and he had had some kind of death threat. So they had a cop, parked in front of our House all night, every night, and the engine running in us, so we installed an outdoor outlet and ran a cord out so the cop could run a little here in this car, didn't have to run the engine. But I mean, this went on for years, and I can't imagine why they didn't have similar kind of surveillance for a long Pelosi. Oh, and by the way, let me tell you something else about the San Francisco mansions. They were built a hundred years ago. It's not like a mansion built 25 or 35 years ago in Beverly Hills or something. These are a hundred year old buildings that have had the smaller bathrooms possibly and additions and upgrades and that kind of thing. But it's not like what you'd consider. Your typical mansion around the country. Oh, okay, good. That's good info, 'cause I was thinking that he was, you know, that was weird at that bathroom situation. But anyway, Tom, what was the event that you had said you'd gone to? The one in the one in Sacramento or the one that was in. Of course county. Last Saturday, with you in the next one. Talk long enough. Oh, really, really. That's interesting. We'll talk to them though, but thanks Tom for calling in. We'll definitely talk to them about those events and just give them some feedback. Those of you who don't know I did anything with the national Susie was amazing. You know, I'm still a fan of the next. So me doing an event with dinesh d'souza, you know, that was amazing to me. It was great, you know, of course I think I got like 15 minutes to speak and then I did Q&A and so yeah, the caller wanted me to talk longer. I mean, it was fun. It was a great event. Let me get some more people and carry from Atlanta, Georgia. I walk up to the oscillator show. Carrie, welcome to the oscillator show. I love your show very much. I got a lot of unicorn level action but there's a white man called you and what would you say or do please? You're gonna have like a horrible. Yeah, you know, I'm gonna tell you the truth. I don't know what I would do, you know? It depends on the context. You know, if a guy is like literally in my face, he called me the N word and he spit on me, then I don't know. I might slug him, but if a man just casually say, man, I don't like you, you're in, 'cause I've had that happen to me when I was a police officer. And it's like, it's really just word, you know? It's a word. Okay. Okay, man. Thank you. Thank you for letting us make a show very well. I appreciate the Carrie. Thank you so much for calling in. Yeah, I don't know what I'd do if somebody called me the N word. I'm being honest. I don't perceive that I would be angry enough to do something. But it's context to it, right? If somebody was at a restaurant, they're like, man, look at the N word over there. And I heard them. It wouldn't bother me at all. You know, it'll be interesting. If the manager of a company called me an N word, of course, that'll be more heightened suspicion. I'm not going to cry about it, but I'm going to find a way to make some money out of that situation if you're going to do that. You know what I'm saying? I mean, I'm going to be honest. But is it going to bother me enough for me to go cry and be like, the world is racist? White people call me the N word. I mean, it's not that big of a deal. It's a word. It can be. It can spark some emotions in you, you know, depending on who said and how they say it to you, but it's just a word at the end of the day. And the stuff doesn't phase me. When I was a cop, I had a guy called me and it made me mad. I'm not gonna lie, it made me mad. It made me mad because he was just calling to me. He was disrespectful too. And he knew he could say it to me and I was in uniform because he knew I wouldn't do anything or even confront him about it. And then there was another gentleman that said the same thing to me called me an N word because he was mad because I told him to leave the scene. We're literally proned out with AR-15s. There's a person who is shooting at police officers or something that was a report that he was shooting out of the window. We coined off the area. We had S.W.A.T. show up with something. It was still some crazy scene. This food was just standing in the middle of the scene. We like, dude, you need to move. You need to move along down the street, dude. You know, 'cause they start busting caps, you're gonna take one in the dome and we're gonna have to waste our time trying to save you. So just get on down the street. Now I wouldn't have mean to him. I just was like, sir, you need to move, please. He goes, you don't tell him what to do. You inward, you end words, can't tell me what to do, and then so I would like. And I'm gonna tell you what, I didn't do anything. I went on by my business, but I was feeling some type of way. I was like, I would love to take this uniform off and confront him and say, are you really disrespecting me like this? Do you really want that smoke? But as an adult, you have to say, it's just a word. Things can make you mad. Like if I was walking somebody to say, dang, Brandon, you got fat. You're probably gonna be like, dang, you know, that's pretty harsh. But I ain't gonna get mad at you and cry about it and say the world is fat shaming me, you know, it's just out of control. But I like that question because I'm being honest. Like, I don't know what scenario it would be. And I think if a guy got really jiggy and got in my face in front of my wife and was like, you were in where he was like in my face and his spit particles would hit my face and call him anywhere. I'd probably have to put him in my pillow special. And put him to sleep with him, my pillow. Hold the phone, I'll be back after the break. This is the officer Tatum show. And afraid to tell it like it is. This is the officer Tatum show. Bradley trunks from sea to shining sea. Ladies and gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the observatory show. I got college calling in 9 four four. A four four, I forgot the number now. A four four, what is it? A four four 7 two four three. Ergo, 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three. I had a Joe Biden brain fought for a minute. My brain farted like his brain do every day. All right, let me go with I don't know who's been holding the longest, but let me try to get people who are topical. Let's just Todd from Atlanta, Georgia, Todd,
"course county" Discussed on WTOP
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"course county" Discussed on WTOP
"Theater orchestra December 16th through 23rd at the heights in performing arts center manassas ballet dot org I'm Joe koma WTP traffic Now the storm team four meteorologist Briana burman advisory now in effect as we could see gusts up to 55 mph today across the DMV We'll see high temperatures today in the 60s and 70s or feeling those right now and then becoming cold as a cold front passes through bringing thunderstorms and those wind chances for this evening Calming down overnight we'll see sunshine return and much cooler conditions for your Sunday high temperatures in the low 50s overnight Sunday Night 20s It's going to be cold and we'll see sunshine for Monday and Tuesday with highs in the 50s I'm storm team four meteorologists Solo Right now a long line of showers their activity is stretching essentially right now It's over responsibly and you county then stretches up 95 through Prince William and parts of Prince William of course county And then also the up through the beltway almost anacostia area Charles county seeing some of this as well also Calvert county as his moves through and parts of an arundel county as well It's a long a very narrow line of showers but it is packing some rainfall and possibly some lightning in parts right now taking a look at the temperature 69° enticing 69 Croft ten and 69 in la fon Plaza and D.C. at four 31 This is W TOP Your source for today's top news traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated In your car at home at work and on the go Never this a moment and a good afternoon to you I'm Mike Murillo Anika velas our producer coming up and emergency declaration from The White House as the search continues for victims of last night's deadly tornadoes in the Midwest were also hearing from the president this hour on what happened A group of D.C. teams produced a town hall with local leaders discussing important issues on Melissa Howell A boost toward this county's justice reform goals sunil Augustine News time is four 32 CBS News special report to devastating tornado ripped through Kentucky overnight President Biden is addressing the nation right now about the tragedy The federal government will do everything Everything it can possibly do to help Governor Andy beshear Everywhere along the line of this tornado that touched down and stayed down for 227 miles over 200 in Kentucky has been severely and significantly impacted At least 70 people were killed in the state This will be I believe the deadliest tornado system to ever run through Kentucky Severe storms tore through 5 other states CBS's Stacy Lynn reports That's unusual is the length of the damp region and how many cities that it touched Arkansas governor asa Hutchinson Probably the most remarkable thing is that there's not a greater loss of life Two people were killed in Manet Arkansas CBS News special report on Wendy Gillette And we're hearing of damage in Tennessee as well from tornadoes there Angie dial lives in Samberg Tennessee and she says you can't believe what happened I never imagined in a million years that when we pulled into town tonight that it would be this that the town would be pretty much gone Stay tuned to P and P dot com for the latest on the aftermath of the storms and the search for survivors It is four 33 Don't expect a white Christmas this year forecasters at the national weather service a lower 48 states could have the warmest December on record with some spots seeing temperatures 20 to 40° above average The cause is a major jet stream pattern shift in the west which could bring much needed rain and mountain snows out there but east of it which is east of the rockies we could see a record strong ridge of high pressure setup that ridge would be responsible for a record warmth but it's in keeping with trends.
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"Conversations come from his. We were inspired by the books and decided that for the next four weeks we can talk about a topic each week. and Yeah this conversation can brady go anywhere. And that's what i love about this So i am super excited to see that keith has joined us on stage and once again for anybody in the audience please feel free to come up just hit the handwriting symbol and we can bring you up on stage on i ask is that we go in order of the bream so kind of typical cap house reams rules and we'll we'll come you in ten unless you go something specific to add about points and then we of course county but keep you all a an experienced stage daiva here say were you know what this is all about keith welcomes the tonight great to have you here. would unite to start just by telling everybody he away from and then you can kick us off with this topic. I'm really excited to what you leasing. A wherever is thanks for being courageous enough to allow me up on state susie and leon a kiefer's l. on in the north of england in pretrial city called your book the old one the new one and spent twenty five years canary wolf selling technology to investment banks primarily for the facilities business to business sales and i've learned more in the last eighteen months about myself and selling than certainly i learned in the eighteen years previous to that i would sign space so as the sales were world has been reset. And we're all pretty much learning from the same stall suplex. It's really interesting commonplace. Debate on the on Making her roles. He's gotta excellent book in terms of the salesperson secret code highly recommended rate. Mock quite while now and i could recommend it more great scrapie anyway. So this jason of fear of failure. Fear i'm going to redefine the way..
"course county" Discussed on Conversations
"How she then got of course county i think she went fire china actually and finally got to britain but my mother said she was so grumpy and nasty but always tried very hard to be nice to her when she was in britain because she'd gone through this horror. What about murray son. Your grandfather patriots. Come to him. Now how did he escape. The bolsheviks well. The story is that he was sent on a diplomatic mission to britain. Just at a very fortunate time. He never was happy. In britain he had a terribly strong russian accent and it just was very hard to prove how braschi was used to travel across to paris if he couldn't be with other exiles and meet people who made their living out of making little leagues or being domino people had no money but who had titles in who somehow tried to preserve their pride so it was all about keeping up appearances then for because with. I wouldn't have been able to take much wealth with an app of russia. She side they just rely on this. Trust fund from the simmons family then. Well that didn't start till nine hundred twenty seven. But i know that my mother feels really ashamed that she had no idea at that. They had no money at all and she used to ask her father for money and he didn't have any and my mother herself didn't have money and she had to wait for some debts so that she could inherit 'cause i can remember the three children. My sister my brother. And i went to her when i was about ten and said you have to leave my father and she said i couldn't. I couldn't even have enough money to support myself. And i would never be able to see you so they were not always wealthy but my mother was absolutely definite. That appearances had be perfect at all times. And i now understand that a lot better because that was all they had left. Did your mom eventually become a beneficiary of the trust. She did and i can remember her coming back from europe with her pockets full of money because at first they went allowed. It was very secret. I and she said to me. If you talk about the spend asian it will cease to exist and nothing. There's nothing you're entitled to. It's pure luck if you'll give something but after my mother died. The trustees decided to make it all above board all official. So now we get a letter every year saying this is what we've decided to give you. This is a gift. There is no way that you're entitled to it and we declare of course for tax and everything now which didn't happen in the past at all so your grandparents moved to england but they never felt at home there. Did you make people from that generation. The rush of the russian exiles in england. I mean the more. In germany and france i stayed with full mighty dogma who was named obviously after the dow jones press and she was my grandfather's sister and i stayed with her in baden baden. I adored her..
"course county" Discussed on Conversations
"She needed to live on but it was as a result of that the foundation you mentioned was set up because she was so horrified that it might happen again might happen to some other members of the family in fact she set up the foundation first of all for her servants but when they died it was for the family. Anyone who got in trouble could appeal to the foundation and get some help. And of course there wasn't much money in it to start off with but it was left alone for so long so she became a stateless. Russian aristocrat being supported by this foundation from the siemens family. Have assistant your great aunt charlotte. What became of her what. She called citizenship from liechtenstein but she died two years later she had three daughters and their nickname were ferry daisy and kitty and ferry had i think three sons and her husband all of at war and she had saved the most beautiful foods and the winds and things like that to give them when they came back and the bolsheviks came into her house and sidna feed us so she went in and got all these beautiful things she'd saved them food and drink and made a banquet for them and then went in the next room and shot herself you know suicides just seemed to sprinkle through. I don't know if it's in the russian nature of what it is. You mentioned the the anti-cancer who was shot stories. Tell me what became of her. Isa was all the time with alexandra. Probably alexander serena's closest companion. She can alexander confided in her constantly is was with the royal family when they were taken to siberia and of course shot and on the day of the shooting. My mother's story is that isa had a cold and was in bed and so didn't get shot but was tied on the roof of a train by the bolsheviks and driven through siberia. I have no idea how she then got of course county i think she went fire china actually and finally got to britain but my mother said she was so grumpy and nasty but always tried very hard to be nice to her when she was in britain because she'd gone through this horror..