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"Happens dot com E t O p A 3 40 on this just into the w T O P newsroom, the mother of the late Senator John McCain has died. Roberta McCain was 108 years old John McCain's widow, Cindy, announced the death, saying quote I couldn't have asked for a better role model for a better friend may remember Roberta McCain was in her nineties and was still very active in her son's most recent presidential bid again. Roberta McCain, the mother of the late Senator John McCain, has died at the age of 100 eight's. We'll have more details later on double D T O P 3 41. North Korea warned the U. S and early Christmas gift was coming and over the weekend. They unwrapped it, and experts call it a monster. Yes, it is a monster Ambassador Joe DeTrani, former special envoy from the U. S to the six party talks with North Korea significantly larger than the largest we've seen in the past front from North Korea or from anyone. Well, I would say from anyone, and there are two pieces of bad news that come along with this unveiling based on its size. Action. It could reach the whole of the United States and it can carry multiple nuclear wars. And, yes, U. S intelligence has confirmed North Korea likely does have multiple nuclear weapons. The question now is how to prevent North Korea from using them. J. J Green with Yu ti OPI NEWS GOP at 3 42 Police Reform has been a major issue this year. Of course. Looks like many Maryland residents are backing change. That's the upshot of New Gal Church College poll when it comes to tracking police misconduct cases and making them available to the public 87% of Marylanders surveyed showed support another. 85% said Criminal misconduct charges against police should be investigated by an independent agency. But the pole didn't ask about independent prosecutions. Another 65% view the police in the Black lives matter Movement favorably in just over half. Would like to see less money going toward police and more towards social programs. The pole has a margin of error of about 3%. Melissa L W. T o P News 3 42 As we bring attention to domestic violence this month, one group is often excluded from the discussion. The LGBTQ community, many cases involving LGBTQ relationships go unreported. They're very hesitant to speak and even share what's going on for fear being Discriminated against for not being believed, Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice Center, says. For example, When law enforcement goes to the scene of a domestic violence incident involving two gay men, they may not have the training to determine who's Theodry Essere. Both parties are arrested, which means the victim is being re victimized. She urges survivors to seek out organizations that are culturally sensitive. Stephanie gains Bryant w T o P new Do you A kid in your community doing amazing things during these unprecedented times,.

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03:41 min | 6 months ago

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"In the state of Maryland, has the highest number of reported hate. And bias incidents in the state. This is, according to a new report compiled by Maryland State police. Montgomery County had the most reports of hate crimes and bias incidents with 108 in 2019 and Randall County had the second highest with 81 cases, and Prince George's County have the fourth highest number of incidents. The report by the Maryland state Police includes cases categorized as inconclusive. Meaning the motive couldn't be determined definitively. Most verified incidents involved vandalism and verbal intimidation. A total of 385 cases were documented statewide. With 16 arrests made. Maryland State lawmakers passed new legislation that went into effect this month. It makes it illegal to intimidate or threaten anyone with symbols, including nooses or swastikas. Kate Ryan w T. O P News Facebook is facing continued scrutiny for what it allows to be posted saying. Now it's updating at safe speech policy. Facebook says it will now ban posts that deny or spread misinformation about the Holocaust. That's after months of pressure from Jewish groups. The company also says it will soon direct searches for terms associated with the Holocaust to credible sources off Facebook. That is CBS's Elaine Cobb reporting. You may be aware that enslave people helped to build the White House. But did you know that more than 300 enslaved men, women and Children worked in the house or on the grounds of the early 19th century as builders, cleaners, servers, cooks and gardeners? It's that kind of information that the White House Historical Association, a private nonprofit organization, is trying to make sure becomes known to the public as it takes a deep dive into a different kind of White House history. It's a new project slavery in the president's neighborhood, and it examines the history of slavery in the nation's capital. And in the White House itself. It's created a new fellowship in partnership with American University, and you can see the results so far in an online exhibit. Well as we bring attention to domestic violence month this October, 1 group is often excluded from that discussion. The LGBTQ community. Many cases involving LGBTQ relationships go UN reported their very hesitant to speak and even share what Going on for fear being discriminated against for not being believed. Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice Center, says. For example, when law enforcement goes to the scene of a domestic violence incident involving two gay men, they may not have the training to determine who's Theodry Essere. Both parties are arrested. Which means the victim is being re victimized. She urges survivors to seek out organizations that are culturally sensitive. Stephanie gains Bryant w. T o P News Is it possible for a Prince George's County native to make Hollywood laugh? You better believe Luke Barnett of Clinton, Maryland writes and stars in the Jason Alexander comedy Faith based based is about these two guys struggling to figure out their purpose. And they come to this realization that a lot of bad Christian movies still make a lot of money, so they set out to make a Christian movie of their own. Luke Barnett says the premises controversial but misunderstood. I ran all these stories, saying these guys are making this Christian bashing movie, so they clearly didn't really know what the movie was about. On the son of a pastor. The director goes to church.

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03:13 min | 6 months ago

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"At 11 21. CBS News Special Report. Protections like abortion rights and Obama care are at stake as Republicans rushed to confirm Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats argue as we're hearing begins on Capitol Hill, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is a rush to put in a justice justice whose views are known and who will have A profound impact on your life. Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse After we learned of Justice Ginsburg's death, Mitch McConnell signaled he would fill this vacancy. The White House chose a replacement three days later. Justice Ginsburg hadn't been buried when the president and Senate Republicans celebrated Judge Parents nomination at the White House super spreader event. Republican Senator Ted Cruz expects at least one part of Obama care to endure the person appearing before this committee. Isn't a category. Excellence. Something The country should be proud of That. Senator Lindsey Graham, CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. Stay with us throughout the day for coverage of the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings, and you can watch the hearings live at w GOP dot com. The number of hate crime reports in Maryland increased slightly last year from the year before 2 385 in its annual hate bias. Report. Maryland state police say Montgomery County had the most reported incidents at 108. And a Randall County came in second to Montgomery, with 81 reported, mostly in the northern part of the county, including Pasadena, Glen Burnie and Miller's Ville. Prince George's County had the most verified hate crime reports last year. 29 of them. That's about 88% of the county's 33 reported incidents across the state. About two thirds of the reported incidents appear to be motivated by bias related to race, ethnicity or ancestry. As we bring attention to domestic violence this month, one group is often excluded from that discussion. The LGBTQ community, many cases involving LGBTQ relationships go unreported. They're very hesitant to speak. And even share what's going on for fear being discriminated against for not being believed. Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice Center, says. For example, When law enforcement goes to the scene of a domestic violence incident involving two gay men, they may not have the training to determine who's Theodry. Sir. Both parties are arrested, which means the victim is being re victimized. She urges survivors to seek out organizations that are culturally sensitive. Give Stephanie gains Bryant W T o P News coming up Next WalMart gets a jump on Prime day I'm Jeff Global 11 24 You own a time share And it's the time of the year for eye popping maintenance fees arriving in your mailbox. How much will it be this time? You're kidding me. That's just ridiculous. Really. How much do you actually use it? Is it really worth all that? The vacation time you want? Never seem available here..

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02:56 min | 6 months ago

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"Roof easy with virtual or on site. Since W GOP now at 10 21. CBS News Special Report. Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are arguing a Supreme Court nominee, Conservative Judge Amy Cockney, Barrett will chip away at abortion rights. In other protections. Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy on how folks in his state are responding, They're scared. They're time when we're facing the perilous impacts. Of climate change. Bedrock environmental protections are going to be in this rain. And they're scared that your confirmation Could result in the rolling back of voting rights. Worker's rights. The rights of the LGBT to community to equal tree. But we'll hear from Barrett to end an opening statement later today, as Republicans like Senator Chuck Grassley defend her Catholic faith. Let me remind everyone that already go one. Clearly prohibits religious tests for serving in public office. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. Stay with W. T O P for coverage throughout the day, and you can watch today's Senate hearing. Live. W t o p dot com It's 10 22. Now, the number of hate crimes reported in Maryland last year increased slightly from 2018 2 385. And it's hate bias. Report. Maryland State police say Montgomery County had the most reported incidents at 108 and Arrundell County, second to Montgomery County, with 81 reported incidents, many of them in the northern part of the county, including Pasadena, Glen Burnie and Miller's Ville. Prince George's county had the most verified. Hate crimes reported last year, 29 That's almost 88% of the 33 reported incidents in the county across the state. Almost two thirds of the reported incidents appear to be motivated by bias related to race, ethnicity or ancestry. This month is domestic violence Awareness Month, and one expert reminds us that violence can happen in all types of relationships. But what's often overlooked when it happens among same sex couples. There's a unique threat made by abusers in LGBTQ relationships that involve domestic violence, the threat of outing I will inform family friends, jobs, etcetera that you're in a same sex relationship, which puts them in jeopardy, oftentimes of losing their family, friends and sometimes even their job. Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice, Center, says no. Your rights under the violence against Women Act it explicitly. Prohibits discrimination based upon sexual orientation and gender identity and seek out culturally sensitive organizations. Stephanie GAINS Bryant w T o P News Coming up. Next Waltz Research City with Gaines. Still no fortnight for Apple..

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03:09 min | 6 months ago

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"News Special Report hearing to confirm Judge Amy Barrett to the Supreme Court. Will now begin just moments ago. Jamie Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination hearing began Chairman Lindsey Graham, in my view, the person appearing before this committee. Isn't a category. Excellence. Something the country should be proud of. And she will have a chance to make her get her case. To be a worthy successor. And to become the night member. Of the Supreme Court of the United States. CBS's Nancy Cordes opening statement today, Judge Barrett will say the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia inspired her philosophy that a judge must apply the law as written not as the judge wishes it were. Republicans hope to confirm Barrett before Election Day. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey and stay with W. T O P for coverage throughout the day, and you can watch today's hearing. Live at w t o p dot com It's 9 23 and the number of hate crime reports in Maryland last year increased slightly from the year before 2 385. And it's just released Hate bias report. Maryland State police say Montgomery County had the most reports over 100, but only six of them were verified, and Arrundell County was second to Montgomery, with 81 reported incidents, many of them in the northern part of the county, including Pasadena, Glen Burnie and Miller's Ville on Ly, five were verified. Prince George's county had the most verified. Hate crimes reported last year. 29 that's almost 88% of the 33 reported incidents in the county. Across the state. Almost two thirds of the reported incidents appear to be motivated by bias related to race, ethnicity or ancestry. As we bring attention to domestic violence this month, one group is often excluded from the discussion. The LGBTQ community, many cases involving LGBTQ relationships go unreported. They're very hesitant to speak and even share what's going on for fear being discriminated against for not being believed, Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice Center, says, for example, when law enforcement goes to the scene of a domestic violence Then involving two gay men. They may not have the training to determine who's Theodry. Aesir and both parties are arrested, which means the victim is being re victimized. She urges survivors to seek out organizations that are culturally sensitive. Stephanie gains Bryant w. T o P News coming up in money news. The markers will start the day higher, say lines are getting longer. I'm Jeff Label 9 24 Way made use a insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran, Maeda flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day to finishing her latest. Do it yourself Project. The one another car accidentally bumped into her while she was running an errand tape didn't let.

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02:41 min | 6 months ago

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"Be turning less he would behind that front. Tomorrow. I will be in the mid to upper seventies. Nice weather for Wednesday. Mostly sunny, mild, dry and pleasant, loaded mid seventies increasing clouds on Thursday. I'll be in the low to mid seventies 60 right now on Fairfax, 58 in Brookville, and it's 63 officially at Washington Reagan National, and that's brought to you by new Look home design right now, say 50% on all roofing materials. It's 8 42. Now the number of hate crimes reported in Maryland in 29 10 2019 increased slightly from 2018 2 385. It's just release hate bias report. Maryland State police say Montgomery County had the most reports at 108, but only six were classified as verified and a Randall County was second with 81 reported incidents, many of them in the northern part of the county, including Pasadena, Glen Burnie and Miller's Villa, only five were verified. Prince George's County had the most verified. Hate crime reports last year. 29. That's almost 88% of the 33 reported incidents in the county across the state. Almost two thirds of the reported incidents appear to be motivated by bias related to race, ethnicity or ancestry. 8 22 and federal prosecutors and defense attorneys may be close to resolving the criminal case against a Maryland man linked by the FBI to a violent white supremacist group. In a court filing, the Justice Department suggested that both sides expect the charges against William Bill, Bro, the fourth will be dropped. Bill Bro was 19 when FBI agents arrested him and two other men in January as part of a broader investigation of a white supremacist group called the base. Melrose charged with helping transport in Harbor, one of the other man who's accused of illegally entering the U. S from Canada. October is domestic violence Awareness Month, and one expert reminds us that violence can happen in all types of relationships, though it's often overlooked when it happens among same sex couples, there's a unique threat made by abusers and LGBTQ relationships that involve domestic violence. The threat of outing I will Inform family friends, jobs, etcetera that you're in a same sex relationship, which puts them in jeopardy often times of losing their family, friends and sometimes even their job. Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice, Center, says no. Your rights under the violence against Women Act it explicitly. Prohibits discrimination based upon sexual orientation and gender identity and seek out culturally sensitive organizations. Stephanie GAINS Bryant w T o P News coming up in money news. Are you going back to the office when the pandemic ends? If you work for Microsoft? Maybe.

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03:27 min | 6 months ago

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"A free inspection 888888 home or visit home. Paramount dot com. Jack Taylor. W T o p. Traffic 17 4 meteorologist Matt Rehder Win Is all the rain going to go away later on during the afternoon into the evening, John We've got some soaking rain right now, mostly north of D. C. Now, the lot of you sometimes heavy rain that is Everyone else is thinking, seeing some steady like to sometimes moderate rain and some drizzle and some fog. We'll all taper off just some showers and some drizzle this afternoon into the evening. Breezy, cool and humid in the meantime, and temperatures will generally hold steady in the low to mid sixties s actually gotten a couple of degrees cooler north of the district in the past couple of hours. Temperatures there will rebound into the little mid sixties today. All the showers will be ending completely early tonight. Mostly cloudy, cool and damp, with some fog blows of being the upper fifties to low sixties and tomorrow with a cold front, moving through in the morning mixture. Clouds and sunshine breezy and warm tomorrow but turning less humid throughout the day. Highs will be in the mid to upper seventies and Wednesday. There's like a real Nice day, mostly sunny, mild, dry and pleasant highs in the low to mid seventies. And Thursday, increasing cloudiness another day with highs in the low to mid seventies 65 degrees Right now in Fredericksburg, 59 gave his virgin and 63 at Washington Reagan National, and that 58 degrees right now in friendship Heights. Brought to you by lend the plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week. It's 7 22 on a two year old boy's in critical condition this morning after he fell out of the window of a third floor apartment early yesterday afternoon. It all happened around 1 30 at an apartment complex in Takoma Park near Route for 10 in New Hampshire Avenue. Two Children and three adults have been seriously hurt in a fire and possible explosion in northwest Baltimore. It happened about 10 o'clock last night, and the fire spread to at least three townhomes, Baltimore City councilor who lives a mile and a half from the scene, said the explosion shook his house. And as we bring attention to domestic violence this month, one group is often excluded from the discussion. The LGBTQ community, many cases involving LGBTQ relationships. Go unreported. They're very hesitant to speak and even share what's going on for fear being discriminated against for not being believed. Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice Center, says. For example, when law enforcement goes to the scene of a domestic violence incident involving two gay men, they may not have the training to determine who's Theodry. Aesir and both parties are arrested. Which means the victim is being re victimized. She urges survivors to seek out organizations that are culturally sensitive. Stephanie GAINS Bryant w. T. O P. News scientists have brought ice cores, snow and water out of the Arctic, which they hope will help researchers better predict climate change in the decades to come. An ice breaker brought the scientists home to northern Germany today, wrapping up a year long international effort more than 300. Scientists from 20 countries, including the U. S. Britain, France, Russia and China took part in the $177 million expedition. The information they gathered from one of the most hostile regions on the planet will be used to improve scientists models of global warming. Those models are focusing on the Arctic, where change has been happening at a faster pace that elsewhere on Earth. Scientists expect it'll take years, even decades to sift through all the data they've brought back coming up in money news.

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01:42 min | 6 months ago

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"In critical condition this morning after he fell from the window of a third. Your apartment in Tacoma Park. This happen around 1 30 yesterday afternoon at an apartment complex near route for 10 and New Hampshire Avenue. Police say they're still investigating how it happened. A man from Manassas is in jail this morning after police say the mother of a 12 year old girl caught him sexually assaulting her daughter. Prince William County Police say the girl was at a home in the Manassas area with 40 year old Eduardo G. In they say her mother, soggy and touching the child inappropriately just after 11 o'clock last Thursday night. Mom immediately intervened and called police who say the child had been repeatedly sexually assaulted over the last month victim. Her mother and gain all knew each other, but it's not clear if they're related. One of the many myths about domestic violence is that it only happens in heterosexual relationships. But research shows that it's just a cz likely to happen in LGBTQ relationships, too. But there's a unique threat made by abusers and LGBTQ relationships that involve domestic violence. The threat of outing I will Inform family friends, jobs, etcetera that you're in a same sex relationship, which puts them in jeopardy often times of losing their family, friends and sometimes even their job. Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice Center, says no. Your rights under the violence against Women Act explicitly prohibits discrimination based upon sexual orientation. And gender identity and seek out culturally sensitive organizations. Stephanie GAINS Bryant W. T O P News coming up next in money, and he was the price of top video games is going up for the first time in.

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01:45 min | 6 months ago

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"Falling from the window of a third floor apartment in Tacoma Park. This happened around 1 30 yesterday afternoon at a complex near route for 10 and New Hampshire Avenue. The boy was taken to the hospital in critical condition, and police say the circumstances of the fall are still under investigation. Manassas man is in jail after police say the mother of a 12 year old girl saw her child being sexually abused by him. Prince William County police tell inside No. Va dot com The victim was in a house in the Manassas area with 40 year old Eduardo G in just after 11 o'clock last Thursday night when her mother, soggy and touching the child inappropriately. Mother immediately intervene and cold police who say the child had been repeatedly sexually assaulted over the past month. Both the victim's suspect and mother all know each other, but it's not clear what the relationship is. As we bring attention to domestic violence this month, one group is often excluded from that discussion. The LGBTQ community, many cases involving LGBTQ relationships go unreported. They're very hesitant to speak and even share. What's going on for fear being discriminated against for not being believed, Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice Center, says. For example, when law enforcement goes to the scene of a domestic violence incident involving two gay men, they may not have the training to determine who's Theodry. Aesir and both parties are arrested. Which means the victim is being re victimized. She urges survivors to seek out organizations that are culturally sensitive. Stephanie GAINS Bryant w T o P NEWS UP next in money news apples getting ready to unveil some new gear. It's 5 24 This's.

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