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"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

"Change the game at bet MGM. This is WTO news. Ten 53 an annual act of presidential humanity replayed itself at The White House today to turkeys had their lives spared. Based on their temperament and commitment to being productive members of society I hereby pardon. I hereby part, yes. I hereby pardon chocolate and chip. I just love the sound of the turkeys there. Chocolate and chip are now going to live out the rest of their lives at North Carolina state university, fun fact for you too. Those names came from President Biden's favorite ice cream flavor. Do you like pickled cabbage and veggies? Well, tomorrow is kimchi day. In Maryland joins D.C. and Virginia to honor Korean Americans and one of their favorite foods. Kimchi is a traditional popular Korean dish made with salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage and radish. It's both spicy and sour. I was growing up kimchi was something that we ate. My friends would come over who are not Korean and they'd be like, what the heck is this stuff? And now you can go to Costco or Trader Joe's and find kimchi. Virginia House delegate Irene chin says the day is about more than just the popular food. Deeper than that, I think it's a celebration of the cultural contributions of the Korean American community. She says you can labor over it and make it yourself, but store bought kimchi is just as delicious nowadays. Or you can just head to your favorite Korean restaurant. Spicy. Luke Luger WTO news. For years, doctors have said high levels of HDL cholesterol could protect you from heart disease, but a new study finds that's not really the case. In the end, the researchers say having high levels of HDL just adds to your total cholesterol number. Researchers did find that having too little HDL cholesterol put white adults at greater risk of heart disease, but not black adults. The study funded in part by the national Institutes of health was reported today in the journal of the American college of cardiology, it's part of a growing body of evidence that high levels of HDL do not provide protection against heart disease. It's ten 55

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"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

"Concerns are growing about a possible railroad worker strike starting as soon as two weeks from today. This after members of one of the country's biggest railroad labor unions narrowly voted to reject the deal announced by The White House more than two months ago. As of now, the rank and file of four rail unions have rejected the deal, praised by President Biden. The issue isn't pay as much as sick time and other quality of life issues. Congress could be called upon to impose terms on the unions. If a new agreement is instruct in the next few weeks. That CBS News White House correspondent Steven portnoy, if there is a strike, the association of American railroads says the U.S. economy could lose $2 billion a day. And act of presidential humanity replayed itself at The White House today, two turkeys had their live spirit. Based on their temperament and commitment to being productive members of society I hereby pardon. I hereby part, yes. I hereby pardon chocolate and chip. Chocolate and chip, pretty lucky today, both birds will now live on the valley rather the rest of their lives on a North Carolina state at North Carolina. State university, fun fact, their names are from President Biden's favorite ice cream flavor. Do you like pickled cabbage and veggies? Probably not with the chocolate chip ice cream, but I do like it on its own. Tomorrow is kimchi day and Maryland joins D.C. in Virginia to honor Korean Americans and one of their favorite foods. Kimchi is a traditional popular Korean dish made with salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage and radish. It's both spicy and sour. I was growing up kimchi was something that we ate. My friends would come over who are not Korean and they'd be like, what the heck is this stuff? And now you can go to Costco or Trader Joe's and find kimchi. Virginia House delegate Irene chin says the day is about more than just the popular food. Deeper than that, I think it's a celebration of the cultural contributions of the Korean American community. She says you can labor over it and make it yourself, but store bought

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John McGuire: The Inconsistency of My Opponent

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 4 months ago

John McGuire: The Inconsistency of My Opponent

"I am looking at my tea leaves right, and I know where I stand, I'd love for you to be my state senator. I just think the world of you. You are going to be enter primary, but I mentioned Liz Cheney. I mentioned Adam kinzinger, some of these other folks up in D.C. who say, oh, we're really good for Republicans, but man, they're doing all the beating of the Democrats. Now, you've got sort of a similar situation on a local basis, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think about the term wolf in sheep's clothing. And you've heard of rhinos, there's a guy that I'm running against, he's a supervisor in Louisa county, and there's a letter floating out there from a highly decorated Vietnam veteran who also served in this senator dick black and he's done some research and some other people have done some research and they found out that my opponent ran for Republican in the West Virginia House of delegates in 1982. And then he betrayed the Republican Party at a time when the Democrats were pushing the socialist pro abortion agenda. He left the Republican Party and joined that group and he ran at the Democrat in 82 with Walter Mondale and that crowd and then he ran the Democrat in 84 and then he moved to Virginia into this district where I'm running to be the state Senate and ran against one of the most conservative members of the House delegates Frank hargrove and Hanover county, who's a very beloved member of the House of delegates and against governor Allen who was on the ballot and he basically was on the ballot with Clinton. So he supported the Clinton and never seen the guy I mentioned the word Trump support Trump, anything else. He was supposed to be, but I'll tell you what, he's getting money. And so we've got to figure that out because people don't know this. There are

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"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

"Down to about two hours and 37 minutes. Imagine that 237 minute baseball game. Dave Jackson. Sports. The top stories we're following on WTO P, voters have a lot of choices to make in today's Marilyn primary, a number of Maryland's political races are wide open and very close according to the polls. Voters are casting ballots for members of Congress, Maryland state House delegates and senators, county executives, county council members, and local school boards. The counting of mail in ballots doesn't even start until Thursday with the final canvas of mail in ballots on July 29th, polls are open today from 7 this morning until 8 o'clock tonight. Europe is broiling under a heat wave that has fueled ferocious wildfires in Spain and France. Temperatures in Paris and London are into the triple digits, British authorities placed most of the country under a red warning for heat for the first time in its history. And some areas, including northern Italy, are also experiencing extended droughts. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. It's a 5 47. Now in a warning to CIA workers from director William burns after what appeared to be a noose was found outside a secret facility that's used by the agency in Virginia, burns says racism and racist symbols would not be tolerated in the agency, The New York Times reports that object was found near a small agency facility located in a building that houses businesses and other organizations. It's not entirely clear what the object was, even meant to be a noose, or if whoever placed it there knew that the CIA secretly operated inside that building. It's 5 48. Traffic

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"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:32 min | 8 months ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

"To wait up the airport anymore In Texas police were called shortly after 1130 Saturday night to a trail ride in concert in south Dallas a couple thousand people were in attendance early reports are that a fight broke out in the crowd Police confirmed that one man fired a gun into the air Another open fire into the crowd Three children were among those hit 26 year old keelan Dwayne Gilmore we shot in the head his body found dead near the stage so far no arrests have been made Chris Fox for CBS News Austin 6 people died in a mass shooting in Sacramento This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO P app It's 1203 Monday April 4th 2022 47° high today 60 Good morning I'm Stephanie gains Bryant the top local stories we're following this hour Virginia governor Glenn youngkin has called state legislators to Richmond later today for a special session But that doesn't mean lawmakers will stay to work on a new budget A total waste of time for legislators That's what democratic state senator Janet Howell of fairfax the chair of the Senate finance and appropriations committee calls the session She tells The Washington Post that meeting to approve a budget is premature because a spending plan for the next two years is still at impasse in nudging the lawmakers along on a budget youngkin is also calling for tax cuts even the Republican chair of the House appropriations committee Barry knight says he assumes they will gavel in and out and go into recess So they can control the timeline sandy cosell WTO news the fight against human trafficking just got a boost in Virginia where governor Glenn youngkin has signed several bills into law One bill requires the department of criminal justice services for I've trained to all law enforcement personnel and how to recognize prevent and report instances of human trafficking It will sponsored by House delegate Emily brewer and state senator Jill Vogel delicate Marcus Simon says it was a missed opportunity to do more A lot of human trafficking is happening at schools in Virginia The growth is what you think about whether we should have SROs there or not when we have them there We think they ought to be trained to recognize signs of human trafficking Another bill extends the validity of a driver's license for people and military deployments Acacia James WTO P news It will be a busy week ahead in an Atlas where Maryland's legislative session is wrapping up soon Here's a look at some of the bills that are still hanging in the balance Well Maryland ditched the twice a year time change in favor of daylight saving time stay delegates voted to do so the Baltimore sun reports Maryland's proposal for permanent daylight saving time would only start if surrounding mid Atlantic states do the same But the measure is stalled in Maryland's Senate Will it make it before the legislative session ends on April 11th The time is ticking Another bill with an uncertain future one that would allow jury duty service for marylanders with past criminal convictions the state Senate passed a measure but it hasn't come up in the house just yet Liz Anderson WTO news 17,000 runners took off from the start line Sunday morning for the first in person cherry blossom ten mile race since 2019 A heads up if you're driving there will begin This will begin with the sound of a horn.

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"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

"The league with the money ending up with the visiting team but the sports business site front office sports reports the commanders are accused of not passing along the full 40% that's based on information that sources say has been given to congressional investigators It's not clear how long the alleged shortchanging might have gone on for the House oversight committee has been investigating claims the commanders fostered a hostile workplace environment and is reportedly now also taking a look at the team's finances John Aaron WTO P news A spokeswoman for the commanders tells WTO P the team is not aware of any investigation by the House committee into the team's finances and that it categorically denies any suggestion of financial impropriety A man driving a utility van was killed in an early morning crash Will the metro bus and his child passenger was critically injured It happened around one 20 in the morning on the Martin Luther King Jr. avenue in the Congress heights neighborhood 5 other people were injured The cause of the crash is under investigation Virginia's governor is calling on state lawmakers to finish a budget They didn't get to in their regular legislative session So they convened tomorrow in Richmond Only a brief meeting is expected Democratic state senator Janet Howell of fairfax the chair of the Senate finance and appropriations committee calls the session premature She tells The Washington Post the session is a total waste of time since the budget is still at impasse General Assembly members knew they'd be called back by the governor After ending their regular session last month without reaching a budget deal but they only expected that to happen after House and Senate budget negotiators hashed out a new deal Sandy cosell WTO P news Accelerating broadband and training law enforcement to recognize and prevent human trafficking Those are just some of the 45 bills Virginia governor Glenn youngkin signed into law Friday One bill sponsored by house delegate Danica Rome would extend the validity of a driver's license for military deployments The HP 5 40 is an agency built from the DMV that.

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"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

"Is now accused of keeping ticket revenue that's supposed to be shared with other teams NFL teams are required to pass along 40% of ticket sale money from each home game to the league with the money ending up with the visiting team but the sports business site front office sports reports the commanders are accused of not passing along the full 40% that's based on information that sources say has been given to congressional investigators It's not clear how long the alleged shortchanging might have gone on for the House oversight committee has been investigating claims the commanders fostered a hostile workplace environment and is reportedly now also taking a look at the team's finances John Aaron WTO P news While spokeswoman for the commanders tells WTO the team is not aware of any investigation by the House committee into the team's finances And that it categorically denies any suggestion of financial impropriety A man driving a utility van was killed in an early morning crash with a metro boss and his child passenger was critically injured It happened around one 20 on Martin Luther King Jr. avenue in the Congress heights neighborhood 5 other people were injured the cause of the crash is under investigation Accelerating broadband and training law enforcement to recognize and prevent human trafficking Those are just some of the 45 bills Virginia governor Glenn youngkin signed into law Friday One bill sponsored by house delegate Danica Rome would extend the validity of a driver's license for military deployments The HP 5 40 is an agency built from the DMV that extends from three years to 6 years the period for which a driver's license extension may be granted to certain persons in service to the United States government Another bill sponsored by delegate Emily brewer and state senator Jill Vogel.

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"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

"Into law One bill requires the department of criminal justice services to provide training to all law enforcement personnel and how to recognize prevent and report instances of human trafficking It was sponsored by House delegate Emily brewer and state senator Jill Vogel delicate Marcus Simon says it was a missed opportunity to do more A lot of human trafficking is happening at schools in Virginia The girl is what you think about whether we should have SROs there or not when we have them there We think they ought to be trained to recognize signs of human trafficking Another bill extends the validity of a driver's license for people and military deployments Acacia James WTO P news Maryland's legislator session is wrapping up soon It'll be a busy week in Annapolis a look at some of the bills that are hanging in the balance now Maryland ditched the twice a year time change in favor of daylight saving time stay delegates voted to do so the Baltimore sun reports Maryland's proposal for permanent daylight saving time would only start if surrounding mid Atlantic states do the same But the measure is stalled in Maryland's Senate Will it make it before the legislative session ends on April 11th The time is ticking Another bill with an uncertain future one that would allow jury duty service for marylanders with past criminal convictions the state Senate passed a measure but it hasn't come up in the house just yet Liz Anderson WTO news Coming up after traffic and weather another man has pleaded guilty in connection with a 2020 shootout and area with police It's 1207 Here's Teresa Shea vice president with Raytheon intelligence and space Do you have what it takes to join the brightest most innovative minds in cybersecurity We are seeking software developers database administrators and other cybersecurity and IT professionals with up to a $50,000 bonus supporting our biggest and most important customers and government These high consequence positions keep our nation safe from a host of cyber threats.

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"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WTOP

"A trial involving an alleged plot to kidnap a governor Two men described as leaders of a plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer were thrilled as they watched videos of powerful explosives shortly before they drove to scout her vacation home That was the testimony of an FBI agent who was working undercover four men are charged with conspiring to kidnap the governor in 2020 Federal prosecutors say they were armed extremists angry over Whitmer's COVID-19 policies Jim crystal is news Marilyn lawmakers plan to debate a sweeping climate Bill today It aims to accelerate the state's carbon neutrality goal Maryland matters reporting house delegates have approved 11 amendments to the measure The bill would reduce greenhouse gas emissions and require new buildings to have enough electrical capacity and infrastructure to replace fossil fuel appliances The state has a goal to drastically cut carbon emissions by 2045 One more reason for younger generations to resent baby boomers Turns out they're the world's worst polluters In 2005 people over 60 accounted for only 5% of global greenhouse gas emissions by 2015 that proportion had grown to 33% The Norwegian researchers say boomers those born between 1946 and 1965 are the most likely age group to take foreign vacations and live in big houses They also spend more on technology and gas guzzling cars than their less wealthy children and grandchildren Vicki.

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"house delegates" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show

The J.R. Hoeft Show

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"house delegates" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show

"But what we've actually been doing is working in the heavily populated Democrat areas or what they call in the soft Democrat areas and the independent areas. And believe it or not, you know, we're getting at least one sign on every street and elected areas because we realize that, you know, we don't go in as, hey, I'm a Republican run, and we go in and say, hey, you know, we get to know them. We try to talk about the issues. And then we tell them, here's where we stand. Here's what we're trying to do to help your community in our community and the people in Newport News in the 94th district. And getting a lot of good receptions. So we kind of done it the opposite. We're not trying to we're not spending a lot of time pushing out Republicans because we know that they're going to go vote. We just, you know, here in the next week or so, we'll make sure that they do go vote. We've actually been really trying to hit the other areas. And one of the things that's happened is a lot of the areas we go to, they say you're the first person that's ever come here. Nobody ever comes here. Nobody ever talks to us. You know, yet many of them still go vote, but they're like, nobody ever talks to us. And so we gain votes just because we showed up and talked to him. Let's talk about some of those issues that you're talking about. I think one of the ones it doesn't matter who's running for House delegates or if you're running for governor and lieutenant governor attorney general it's the topic to George education. It's about the issues now. Governor mcauliffe, you know, during his debate, made a little bit of a gaffe saying that parents should not be involved in their education. I have a little bit of a take on that, but I'd like to hear yours. What do you think about parental involvement in an individual child's education? I mean, I think it's about most important. I mean, like I said as a Christian and a minister, I mean, we go back to the word of God that talks about our children. They're inheritance. They're heritage. You know, it's our job to train them up. It's our job to teach them. And we as parents, you know, really have forgotten that. Kind of what this has done is brought things back into the light and it's actually been a good thing because this brought parents back into the lives of their children, realizing what their children were learning or should I say not learning, especially in Newport News public school systems. And so education has always been a parental right. It's the job of the parent to educate. Unfortunately, many, many parents, some because they want to others because of necessity with two income households or single parents. You know, have given the public school the complete rights to raise their children. And now they're seeing the products of that for some who are older and they're seeing what's happening even in kindergartens now and things are being taught. And it's open a lot of parents eyes and a lot of parents are getting back to the truth that, you know, these are my children. It's my responsibility, too, to ensure that they are learning what they're supposed to be learning. I think the COVID-19 environment sort of instigated a little bit of that too over the last year. Parents have had to try to figure out using technology, how to get their kids educated, and some parents, maybe you didn't have the luxury of what you and I are communicating on right now..

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"house delegates" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WJR 760

"We're happy to be here with you checking in with our senior news analyst Lloyd Jackson. And the very latest move from Michigan members of Congress to urge the president to Reopen the Canadian border. Can the president do that, Lloyd? Well, let me tell you, some representatives are urging him to do something because they say it's uh, it's a long past time to reopen the border with candidates, US representative Bill Hazing of West Michigan and five other members of the state's US House delegate delegation. Have written the president asking him to do that. And in the letter led by high Zynga and signed by 75, members of the U. S house, including those from both parties, They're asking, biting to begin taking science based data driven steps to safely reopen international travel to the U. S, including allowing freer access to Canada. Now, pressure has been building Paul W. And biting in the Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudeau to reopen the world's largest land border between two nations, which has been closed since last year to all but essential travel. Because of concerns of Covid 19, But the bite administration is not expected to take another look at reopening the border until July, 21st Hi sing along with US representative Brian Higgins, Democrat from New York, who co chairs a group that meets with parliamentarian officials in Canada over these issues of joint concern. That more than 59% of the Canadian population has received at least one dose of the vaccine. That number is expected to grow quickly and in the U. S. 67% of eligible adults have been vaccinating, and the president this week announced plans to ramp up efforts to get the remainder to receive shots. So it's like, what are we waiting for? Let's let's get this open. People want to, you know, go to Canada again. You know our friends over winter we missed them. They miss us. You know, and the essential workers are coming back and forth. But you know, as far as our leisure time, you know, we like to go to Chatham. We'd like to go to London. We want to go to Toronto. We want to go to Montreal. You know, A lot of people want to go over to the casino. You know, so it it's it's uh, you know, we're waiting for that to happen. And and, uh, they're saying, you know, we need to, you know, get off the pot and get that open. Well, be fascinating to see if if we can have an effect on the president, and then the president can have an effect on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Interesting, though. As I watched the Stanley Cup of Finals the playoffs last night as as if you didn't hear Tampa Bamba? Yes, the cup two years, two seasons two years in a row. But the stark difference between The Tampa Bay players, Coaches management and the Montreal Canadians, players, staff and management If you noticed if, and you couldn't help, but notice if you're paying attention. All the Canadians and management staff. Etcetera still had masks on. Yeah, they did, And you are. The funniest thing is when they go to shake hands when it's all over. Those with and those without stood out pretty clearly. And so, so Canada clearly has a different view, I guess or different approach still. Covid 19, then we do. Yeah, they do. And it appears so. And that's why these representatives want the president and Justin Trudeau to just maybe sit down, get together and work out something because it's improving as far as the vaccination rates of both countries..

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"house delegates" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"house delegates" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"You think it leads to healing to shoot the show and re show the tragedy that happened here at the Capitol lives lost that nothing whatsoever to do with President Trump. His lawyer, David shown will get his chance today to re but two days of prosecution of the Senate impeachment trial, Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave impeachment managers rested their case, arguing they proved former President Trump incited the riot at the This capital Democratic Congressman Jonah Goose warned if we let it go unanswered Who's to say it won't happen again. Impeachment managers use video and audio clips from the attack and a former president Trump claiming the election was stolen. It would take 17 Republicans to convict Trump Senator Ted Cruz says there's no chance of that happening. Dave Rachel outside the Capitol. National Guard troops are still there, and there's fencing. But Washington D. C. House delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton has filed a bill to take that down. That comes as a temporary razor topped fence surrounds the grounds and Capitol Hill. Police recommend a permanent fence go up, but Holmes Norton says a fence would transform our democracy. Someone that is accessible to one that is exclusive and fearful of its citizens boxes. Jill NATO president Biden took another shot at Trump over covert vaccine shots. My predecessor be very blunt about it did not do his job and getting ready for the massive challenge of vaccinated hundreds of millions of American president says by the other July that should be enough vaccine available for 300 Million Americans. The number of covert death spike back up yesterday in the U. S. It's now more than 10,000 the last three days. Death row inmate will wake up this morning in Alabama. Willi Smith wasn't so sure. That would happen until the Supreme Court spared him late last night, blocking the condemned murderers lethal injection because the state would not allow.

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"house delegates" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"house delegates" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Trump incited the riot at the U. S. Capitol Democratic Congressman Jonah Goose warned if we let it go unanswered Who's to say it won't happen again in future. Manders use video and audio clips from the attack and a former president Trump claiming the election was stolen. It would take 17 Republicans to convict Trump Senator Ted Cruz says there's no chance of that happening. Gave Rachel outside the Capitol. National Guard troops are still there, and there's fencing. But Washington D. C. House delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton has filed a bill to take that down. That comes as a temporary razor topped fence surrounds the grounds and Capitol Hill. Police recommend a permanent fence go up. But Holmes Norton says a fence would transform our democracy from one that is accessible to one that is exclusive and fearful of its citizens is Jill NATO president Biden took another shot at Trump over covert vaccine shot. That's my predecessor, Be very blunt about it did not do his job and getting ready for the massive challenge of vaccinating hundreds of millions of American president says by the other July that should be enough vaccine available for 300 Million Americans. The number of covert death spike back up yesterday in the U. S. It's now more than 10,000 the last three days. Death row inmate will wake up this morning in Alabama. Willi Smith wasn't so sure. That would happen until the Supreme Court spared him late last night, blocking the condemned murderers lethal injection because State would not allow Smith's pastor to be with him in the execution chamber. America's listening to Fox News George.

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"house delegates" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"house delegates" Discussed on KCRW

"Manager and House delegate Stacey Plaskett began her detailed timeline of events with this audio from the D C. Metropolitan Police Department. Just keep knocking country hopeful capital injuries he's saying multiple capital injuries. In part of the footage. Secret Service is seen rushing, then Vice President Mike Pence and his family out of the Senate chamber to safety. Plaskett stress Just how close the mob got toe lawmakers as the rider's reached the top of the stairs. They were within 100 ft, of where the vice president was sheltering with his family. And they were just a feet away from one of the doors to this chamber. Some of the lawmakers relive the harrowing moments after the building had been breached. Here's congresswoman and impeachment manager Madeline Dean. There was a terrifying Banging on the chamber doors. I will never forget that sound. Democratic Senator Jon Tester from Montana is a juror in this impeachment trial. He listened to this case for hours yesterday and he will do so again today and he joins us now. Good morning, Senator. Good morning. What has it been like so far to sit through this? Well, I mean, the prosecution has laid down a very compelling case and And the fact is, is that is is we were in the in the middle of this because the jurors were witnessed what happened here? I don't think any of us fully realized everything that was going on. In fact, I know he didn't and and it was. It was much more. It was very serious. But this is much more serious and even thought it wasn't the time you were in the building that day. Actually, I was in my office. I was just getting ready to head over there when things when the capital was breached, So when you saw and heard this yesterday, did it make it hit home to you in a different and more powerful way. It certainly did. I mean, I knew people were risk. But yesterday it just elevated it to a point where we were very, very lucky to get out there. Get out of there without folks getting hurt. Well, at one point in the footage and officer is seen directing Senator Mitt Romney to turn around to get CeCe to safety. Did you realize until yesterday how close of a call? It was on January 6 for many of your colleagues? I did not. I mean, look, there's no doubt about the fact that You know, the capital in brief says very serious thing hadn't happened in a couple 100 years. There was no doubt that these folks could do a lot of damage and do a lot of harm to people. But I really wasn't aware it was that close for for many of my colleagues. You have said that former President Trump should be held accountable for what happened. But you've also said you're undecided on whether you will vote to convict. Are you leaning one way or the other? Well, look, the prosecution aly down a compelling case. There's no doubt about that. And we're going to hear more today how the defense reacts to what was put out there because they utilized the president's own voice own statements. Aziz evidence. I think it's going to be hard to hard to, you know, turn that all around for the defense, but You know it could be done and we'll see what they have to say. Can't could you say at this point whether you feel like you would cast a vote for conviction? Well, Yeah, but I haven't heard the defense yet. I mean, you know, I haven't heard what their response to the allegations are. I haven't heard the reasons why they think this president is not guilty of incitement of insurrection. Until I hear the defense are you know it wouldn't be fair for me to say I'm gonna have only heard half the story, right? And of course, the right thing to do in these cases is here. Both sides. That's obvious. I want to read to you something you said the day after the capital, right? You were very you denounced strongly. You called it a coup by domestic terrorists. You said that Trump's language absolutely enabled it to happen. And you said that what he did is unacceptable, but I think just yesterday and the day before you gave an interview to the local paper in Missoula, and you sounded To my ear like you had softened your language a little bit. You said. We'll find out what the ax he did our during the trial. If those acts were significant enough for incitement of violence, I will vote to convict him if they weren't significant enough to prove incitement for violence. Then I'll vote to acquit where you tempering your language. Perhaps because of what you hear from constituents, are you? Are you simply trying to say I'm gonna be a blank slate until I hear both sides Now, I think my constituents were very upset by what happened on January 6. There's no doubt about that. I What I was saying is, is exactly how I feel. That is now we're in the middle of an impeachment trial or beginning an impeachment trial, then I'm one of the jurors. It's important. I listen to both sides, and that's what I was trying to express senators, some of them who are serving as the jury, including Ted Cruz and Josh Holly, helped spread former President Trump's false claims of election fraud. They voted to reject the electoral college results that has some people asking how they can be impartial jurors. Do you feel that they can be impartial? I don't know That's a better question for them. Um, I do know that there needs to be a level of accountability for the senators that enabled the president to do this and spread the big lie. But we'll see whether the Senate does anything about that or not. But the bottom line is is that that's a better question for them because I don't know what's in their hearts, and I hope that we get a chance to ask him. I would love to put that question to them. But they are also jurors alongside you. I'm wondering how you feel about knowing that they're your fellow jurors given their role Well, I mean, it's it's the way the Constitution has dictated how an impeachment works and they're jurors until they're disqualified. I don't necessarily think they should be disqualified from being jurors because We need 67 people to convict if that's what the Senate decides on, So I mean, there's there's 67 folks in there that Are not in the same position of his crews, or Holly or in the numbers make it look like Trump is likely to be acquitted. So there is ah belief of fear a concern that Democrats are wasting their time here that they are Detracting floor from what Brydon could be accomplishing, and maybe they're giving trump attention. The Democrats wish he wouldn't get, do you? Do you view it that way that maybe this is perhaps not great for the Democrats and possibly even good for Republicans. No, I'm not looking at from a political standpoint it all I think that this is this is about accountability, and this is about making sure that If the president is found guilty of insurrection that is very, very serious charges. And I think it's it's important that we hold folks accountable in order to get to a point where we can come back together as a nation. If Trump is not convicted if he is acquitted, How do you think he should be accountable? Held accountable if not in that way?.

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"house delegates" Discussed on KOMO

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"Trials against the virus. But Dr Dan Baroque who led the design effort, said those trials were carried out at a different time in trials for Fizer modern his vaccines pandemic Today is a much more complex pandemic than it was several months. Ago. So the trials conducted now are really very different Ballgame than child's, conducted last fall points out there is no hospitalization and deaths in the group of people who got the vaccine. He said. He's optimistic about an emergency use authorization. Brian Clark ABC News, The FDA has scheduled a February 26 hearing on Johnson and Johnson's request for emergency use authorization. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial begins in earnest next week and one of the Democratic lawmakers arguing the case against him will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle France and explains Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S Virgin Islands. She couldn't participate in the House impeachment vote against former President Trump. But she still has a voice in the trial selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always King for space to be a part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol Michelle, France and ABC News. The search is intensifying for two young brothers who disappeared from their backyard in California almost seven weeks ago in an exclusive interview with ABC, the boy's adoptive family, saying they are being targeted with threats. ABC Zorin SHAWL reports The boys were adopted in 2019 and disappeared late December the adopted parents, saying they last saw them in their backyard. Came inside house searched.

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As Trump prosecutor, Rep. Stacey Plaskett gets her say on impeachment

"Trump's second impeachment trial begins in earnest next week and one of the Democratic lawmakers arguing the case against him will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle France and explains Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S Virgin Islands. She couldn't participate in the House impeachment vote against former President Trump. But she still has a voice in the trial selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always King for space to be a part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol Michelle, France and ABC News.

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"Trials against the virus. But Dr Dan Baroque who led the design effort, said those trials were carried out at a different time in trials for Fizer modern his vaccines pandemic Today is a much more complex pandemic than it was several months. Ago, so trials conducted now are really very different Ballgame than trials conducted last fall points out there was no hospitalization and deaths in the group of people who got the vaccine. He said. He's optimistic about an emergency use authorization. Brian Clark ABC News, The FDA has scheduled a February 26 hearing on Johnson and Johnson's request for emergency use authorization. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial begins in earnest next week and one of the Democratic lawmakers arguing the case against him will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle France and explains Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S Virgin Islands. She couldn't participate in the House impeachment vote against former President Trump, but she still has a voice in the trial selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always late. King for space to be a part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol Michelle, France and ABC News. The search is intensifying for two young brothers who disappeared from their backyard in California almost seven weeks ago in an exclusive interview with ABC, the boy's adoptive family, saying they are being targeted with threats. ABC Zorin Shell reports The boys were adopted in 2019 and disappeared late December the adopted parents, saying they last saw them in their backyard. Came inside house.

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As Trump prosecutor, delegate gets her say on impeachment

"Impeachment trial begins Tuesday, one of the Democratic lawmakers, arguing the case will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle Franzen. Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S. Virgin Islands selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always looking for space to You're part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol Supreme Court's

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"Full time Your income is based totally on your performance. Interested. Go here next dot com and say goodbye to your boss tomorrow go here next dot com. President Trump's second impeachment trial begins Tuesday, one of the Democratic lawmakers, arguing the case will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle Franzen. Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S. Virgin Islands selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always looking for space to You're part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. The Supreme Court's issued a ruling on coronavirus restrictions by a 6 to 3 vote it blocked enforcement of a ban on indoor church services in some California counties. The court says the state can limit attendance and even band singing it services, but they cannot prohibit them all together. His cases began declining mid January. The National 70 average of daily new covert cases has declined by nearly 50%. A case of South Africa a variant covert prompted a surge of test near Birmingham, England. Worcestershire counties set up mobile testing sites. County Councilor Tony Miller is still saying if you had the vaccine go along for the test way, want to cover every possible corner on get this thing killed. We need to get back to some.

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"Laura Schwarzenberger. She was killed during a child pornography raid in Sunrise, Florida, one of the Democratic lawmakers, arguing the case against former president Trump in his impeachment trial will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle Friends in Congress woman, Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S Virgin Islands. She couldn't participate in the House impeachment vote against former President Trump, but she still has a voice in the trial selected by the House speaker as the first Manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always looking for space to be a part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. Michelle Franzen ABC NEWS This is ABC News. The European Union's hardest hit country now leads the way for vaccines there, except for older people. ABC is Megan Williams in Rome with that story after overcoming vaccine supply problems, A million Italians have now been vaccinated more than any other U country. But Italy has been slow in getting them to the over eighties because so few older people here are in assisted living. Covad data expert Matteo V. Love Clearly, many more people in Italy stay at home or a cared by the household. Part of reach out to some seven million or about 12% of Italians are expected to be fully vaccinated by the end of March. Meghan Williams ABC NEWS Rome I'll just hear a journalist Mahmoud Hussein freed from an Egyptian prison after being detained there for more than four years. Another winter storm expected to slam parts of the Northeast Tomorrow. Some areas could get 3 to 6 inches of snow. This has the Midwest deals with bitter cold.

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