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"john harris" Discussed on WTOP
"Chief john harris thanks a quick look at the top stories we're working on at wtop the man behind a failed coup in russia has died in a plane crash there are indications that we could be close to a deal over the budget in keep virginia it here for full details on these stories in the moments ahead it's 5 a team traffic and weather on the eights dave dildong is in the traffic center go clockwise this time around the inner outer loop of the bill way out of the volume delays from no let's go clockwise around the inner loop we'll go from the wilson bridge to eisenhower chain bridge road leaving tyson's to 270 spur confuse myself and then farther around the inner loop from wisconsin avenue pass to new hampshire avenue and audit off from college park into lanham and across from a crash on the outer loop outer loop under route 50 exit response blocking the left lanes also slow on the outer loop from the spur into northern virginia across the legion bridge and from the dellis toll road toward gallows road in and out of tyson's and on that segment the team of the 495 express lanes want you know to to save time you can hop on the express lanes now 66 routine rush hour congestion westbound vienna near centerville and eastbound into arlington 395 -95 southbound slow down is about what you expect but northbound at the 14th st bridge the crash involving the box truck is still blocking the right side and across from the left exit gwd to the parkway you're getting by in a column of twos to the left on the main span street bridge uh back in maryland on 270 northbound still heavy in gathersburg and between frederick and thermont the crash on 15 near angleberger is now clear i'm dave dole 9 wtop traffic now let's go over to seven news first alert meteorologist mark pena mark what can we expect for tonight is it going to get get nice but i understand some rain might be coming in right yes some rain is going to be moving on in not
"john harris" Discussed on WTOP
"Editor John Harris. Now to the top stories we're working at WTO. The gunman allegedly behind a mass shooting in Atlanta is on the loose police suspect a former coast guardsman was one who opened fire inside a medical facility before taking off in a stolen car. Interest rates higher again, but the fed signals it could be the last time for a while. And days after a D.C. real estate executive went missing a ransom note was sent to police. He put here for details in the minutes ahead. It's 5 48. We've got traffic and weather on, the 8s let's go to Dave dill dine in the WTO traffic center Maryland belt way auto live through Montgomery county, slow out of Silver Spring, delays lead to the remains of the crash on two 70 before all Georgetown roads should be on the shoulder, but it was blocking the left lanes. Beyond that point, routine volume delays, their Gaithersburg and past Germantown. Yet Hagerstown, I 70 jam badly, both ways because of emergency work between the sharpsburg and downsville pike exits with only one lane getting by both ways on 70. Route one in college park, rush hour, road work, near Berwyn house road brings traffic down to single file. 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway, no news. At the bay bridge, winds are right around wind warning criteria. We've had two way than they discontinue it and then we get it reopened and then it gets blocked again. But there's no need for it right now. Two lanes is good enough. If you're heading eastbound toward the shore, no delays. In Virginia, on the beltway, and three 95, no recent mishaps, rush hour traffic, of course, 66 eastbound after one 23, the crash was quickly moved out of the way. Westbound slowing out of oakton and cedarville, 95 southbound, many slowdowns between Springfield and Stafford, route one, southbound, the crash, beyond a quiet harbor, should be out of the way. There is one back in Prince William county, a mini ville road westbound, county authorities say westbound minifig roadblock, near sprigs road, at the scene of that crash. And during military appreciation month, navy federal credit union is actually checked out. Let's go back to the right spot. Oh, no, that is the right spot. During military appreciation month, navy federal credit union is celebrating the commitment that connects us, learn more at navy federal dot org slash celebrate the members are the mission. Dave dildine WTO
"john harris" Discussed on WTOP
"Ground. Joining us live politico founding editor John Harris. Hi, you, John. Great to have you back? Sure, Good evening as we mentioned a little earlier, Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller's reporting that West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he is only on board for a little more than a trillion dollars. John Senate leaders are doubling down to get the higher figures for What's going on? Well, it's a big, big gap. And, of course, that gap and the argument about that gap reflect really how diverse the Democratic Party is. And how little room for error. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has as he tries to get this through the Senate mansion says it's It's way too much. The 3.5 trillion progressives, led by Senator Bernie Sanders said Look, the 3.5 Trillion is already way less than we want. There's already been compromise. Time to pass this and Schumer today said, Look, we're going to we're moving full speed ahead. No more delay. Let's switch gears on this. We're all thinking about where we were on 9 11. The 20 year remembrance is coming up Saturday, the nation has gone the warned two nations. People were taken to see a dark sites for harsh interrogation that critics call torture. Is the country better off than it was the day we were attacked 20 years ago. You know, we're all reflecting on that. And, uh, you know, like everything else in our political culture. There's not real consensus around that. Let's remember that it's been 20 years there hasn't been another major attack. I think most of us in the wake of the September 11th attacks were prepared that this we might see more of this. We didn't, uh, see that in the US homeland. On the other hand, we're pulling out of Afghanistan. The Taliban's back in charge. Really, No change after all that blood and treasure over 20 years. So there's no simple answer to your question. Any last observation on that, John. Well, it's just awfully sad. Every time we get a beautiful day, like the ones we've had the recently we think of that awful that awful day and we all thought at the time that would unify us. But in fact, we've seen really a generation of just increasing division in our politics. It didn't unifies. John, Thanks so much appreciate it. Thank you. Talk to you soon. That's John Harris, founding editor of Politico 6 43. The business spotlight Here's Dezio Sunshade, a chairperson board of directors at bike back. The biggest challenges for us have all been around equipping our students to learn virtually so many tech jobs Spanish last year and suddenly we found ourselves in an environment. More people needed our services to learn digital skills for survival services that we had to deliver in a whole new way. The solutions we found to help us resolve those issues came from the support of our corporate partners. Support from.
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"Company. Accelerated solutions for it. Modernization. Learn more at average in tight dot com Dave Golden W T o P. Traffic Matt Ritter Once again It's Storm team format. Could be an interesting evening for you, huh? Yeah, we don't usually get our severe weather in the evening hours are around here not with a cold front going through. But that's just what's going to happen. So strong front is going to compensate for the fact that it's not moving through in the middle of the day with all the heating but where you had a couple of thunderstorms starting to form right now, and some of the far northern and Far Southwestern suburbs will see more and more of that, as we go over the course of the next couple of hours. Really don't think the D C area in the I 95 corridor will see much of anything until almost nine o'clock. But for far northern Maryland areas that got hit hard with Ida last week. There's not a lot of room for heavy rain, and some of these storms could have some heavy downpours, and they could be repetitive. So all of northern Maryland has a flash flood watch starting at eight o'clock this evening, going all the way until two o'clock tomorrow morning. So in the meantime, just warm and very humid. We'll watch the scattered storms develop out in the mountains and the I 81 corridor and move from west to East during the evening hours as temperatures were falling through the seventies this evening and overnight Tonight, lows will be in the mid sixties near 70 close to midnight. We'll see more and more of the stronger thunderstorms. Kind of just break up a little bit and taper off to some scattered showers, especially towards the morning rush, and they'll start moving east of the district tomorrow Thursday. We'll have some clouds first thing in the morning and some leftover showers and then the culprit that's causing all this will move to our east and we'll get some drying out. We'll get some partial clearing through tomorrow afternoon. It will be very warm, but you'll notice the humidity dropping throughout the day on this northwesterly breezes. I zip in the low to mid eighties and Friday and Saturday looks fantastic. Mostly sunny, warm but comfortable and pleasant highs both days in the upper seventies to the lower eighties. Right now we have 83 degrees in Culpeper is 84 in Hightstown 84 in Northeast D. C. All right, Matt brought to you by mattress warehouse but with confidence with a one year price guarantee only in mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com 6 41 ON w T O P Members of Congress are racing toward a deadline a week from tonight to wrap up their work on president by $3.5 trillion human infrastructure plan. But there are some serious questions about whether this package will even get off the ground. Joining us live politico founding editor John Harris. Hi, you, John. Great to have you back? Sure, Good evening as we mentioned a little earlier, Capitol Hill correspondent.
"john harris" Discussed on WTOP
"The rights of women and girls. The international community needs to know that there is a genuine world to adhere to these principles. This is still a country without a government. People still waiting to see what kind of rules will govern their lives in the Taliban's new Islamic emirate. Resistance fighters say they continue to defend their land there. There's news on evacuations For the first time. The United States says it helped an American citizen and Children escape Afghanistan through an overland route to a neighboring country. U. S Rep says the family successfully got to the border where they were met by American Embassy staff because of security concerns. There are no details on the mission or where it happened. The U. S. Government officials say they may want to do this again at some point. Politicos, Founding editor John Harris tells w. T O p a major concern going forward among national security experts. He's Afghanistan will now become a country in which terrorists can gather without fear the great fear and of course, it would be a terrible tragedy. Having so many lives lost in Afghanistan, the lives of U. S military personnel, of course, but many, many times that of Afghan citizens. Is that after 20 years of that we wind up right back where we started Afghanistan as a haven for terrorism as the kind of place from which people who do mean the United States harm in the West harm. Use that as a launching. Bad for terrorist attacks. That's certainly what we hope doesn't happen. But the fall of the Afghan government and the fact that the Taliban is once again back in power does in fact raised that prospect. How we think about Afghanistan is really going to be determined by what happens going into the future in Afghanistan. Political founding editor John Harris Baltimore's police forces struggling to meet staffing targets to fully comply with the reform intervention and get out from under federal oversight. The agency has about 400 vacancies among its sworn staff. But its recruitment efforts can't keep pace with those leaving their jobs, deploying a new model of community policing on Baltimore streets and gaining citizens trust the core of the federal intervention has barely begun. Baltimore has plenty of company with its police staffing woes as.
"john harris" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"Belief from the system as far as what you were talking about before. which was. Are there physicals win. What's the history in Where we going with that certain of the larger commercial ventures that had issued and if he's in sold them have include physical. So i know that kings of leon for instance offered a special pressing of the vinyl that was only available through their. Nf t. i think there was a rapper. That was offering a smoke session before a specific concert performance. For somebody who bought is nfc's Seven musicians offered meet-and-greet or lifetime front row seats people who buy their nf nfc's and some of the more prominent artists send out very beautiful elaborate physical representations of the nfc's to those who purchased from them There are a bunch of it related reasons why you might want to physical along with an nfc. But i really liked chasing was mentioning before the idea of merging the physical and the each approval Digital asset in a way that makes the real life thing come to life or function in a different way. I think what we're going to see. Is that there are going to be really curious. Czar an interesting intersections between the ability to had something that is provable. Distinct in electronic form and to interface that with physical. Things would be fascinating to me this. This concept of of cryptocurrencies has everything to do with mutually decided in protected value. Right to some have this a huge amount of support behind them. Let's take a theory in for instance which has lots with teas and one of the things that i find to be really fascinating about it. Is that no central authority. That goes back to peer to peer stuff. I mean i can remember playing you know or if you look at the if you look at the history of the internet and think about the arpanet about universities being able to collaborate with each other that was kind of a whole point of this thing and it was about sharing knowledge and sharing digital information without a central authority trying to create problems for that happening and then it became very sophisticated later and afterwards now we have the internet of today which is wildly more sophisticated and there's more sophisticated nodes on that network but all in all it goes back to the fact that i think nature. I really love sharing our work online. And that's why we even got involved with with instagram. Because it was just a a direct way to create a community and this is a different community much so but it is still a community and we find it fascinating that people involved with. It aren't the people who are traditionally buying artwork. They're buying this type of work. So it's it's a fascinating process and like nitrous said it's journey and one that we're learning every day all right well that that has been a wider conversation that i even anticipated at the speed for the rest of you guys as well and there's a lot more we talk about. This is a complex subject that is evolving as we speak about it a drew. Thank you so much for joining us. If people would like to catch up on a more of your output. Where should they go to. You can catch me on twitter. My name is at propel forward and Thanks so much for pleasure and again this information will be on our show notes and meet rack. Where can people go to catch up with what you guys are up to. Instagram and staerk derek. Paul jack boyle. I wasn't going to and he is a great painter. Everybody go to his clinton saying thank you major. I've seen but we're also on instagram. As meet actress at meet wreck. Mea t. w. r. e. k. comes from allocation our names mutual need and derek wreck like iraq. She's need it's a play on words upon you know so and and it's poetry. I think that was. That was my favorite one of my favorite parts of this discussion. I got a kick out of that. So i think it's. It's great to be collaborating with her. Well we look forward to having a all of you guys back again for future discussion and no doubt will be things to talk about. Okay that is a wrap of another show aired up a few things about in if tease. I know i have better understanding than i did about an hour ago. Like thank drew heynckes for showing up again always great having a guest and thanks again to derrick call jack boyle and mattress safari of meat rack. Great having you guys on the show and hope to see what you guys are doing in another year or two from now know it would be fun if you enjoy listening to the bean. H photography podcast. But you're not yet a subscriber. All you have to go to spotify apple podcasts. Google podcasts or ever. You snag your favorite podcasts. 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"john harris" Discussed on KindredCast: Insights From Dealmakers & Thought Leaders
"Of everything could not have drawn more attention to the importance of but punchbowl is all about and obviously i should say that punch bowl is the secret service codename for the capitol building and so it's very motive in the sense that it's where we live report takeaway was we've been saying our other co founder john bresnahan who invited here today but is tied. Tis lovely dc. He and i have been working next to each other with anna in the capital for more than a decade we are very big proponents of being there at all times no matter where there is if there's a big congressional race were there if there's a big whatever we're always there. The takeaway is democracies fragile. Right i mean. I think january six showed that we were vulnerable as a capital as a capital community. We took too much for granted shows the power of words. You know it's funny. Someone asked me the other day on twitter. If there was a vote to create a january six commission on january seventh or january six. How many votes would have gotten in the house and senate and it would have probably got four hundred and ninety in the senate so those are my main takeaways so also from the journalism point of view. I think what we were doing that day. We were bringing readers along for the ride. Our friend john harris. Who's the founder of politico. Always used to tell us that the brilliance of sixty minutes is that you saw steve kroft boston to the door. And you know and mike wallace and you saw them doing their job right. We try to do that as much as humanly possible right. you know. I think a couple of things. I would say jake. I would not have necessarily launched january first. We worked up until december thirty first at our previous job. We launched january third so we had two days off. we took our first credit cards versus versus guy. You center i e mail but it was very for to. It's for us in terms of having the world's is on the capital. Unfortunately unfortunately for us. I've seen on thought it was going to happen but the sense that we felt like were tweeting. We're going live on videos. We're doing television and it was time. Where obviously the world's attention was on the capital and to have punch news launch at that moment and to be the experts that people were turning due to say what is happening here. You couldn't have had more eyeballs on it. I think that was really helpful. I also think that. I mean we were trying to send emails and special alerts. You'll have to remember. We're only four people which is pretty wild. We're adding some folks too excited about. But i mean it was scary. It was yes. It was very scary because one thing we always talked about john bresnahan and i always was if the building was infiltrated. It's so big. It's just so massive it would take weeks to get people out because there's a hidden tunnels there's you know there's so many twists and turns and there's the capital then. There's three house office buildings. Three senate office buildings library congress and another couple buildings are all connected underground right..
"john harris" Discussed on WTOP
"It's fight 11. President Biden Stronger efforts today to persuade Israel to stop its military strikes in Gaza have plunged to the president and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu into a difficult early test of their long relationship. The president says he expects a significant de escalation today on a path to a cease fire. Netanyahu answered. He is determined to continue this operation until its objective is achieved. The two leaders, current differences are creating a challenge. The new American president was trying hard to avoid joining us now to talk about it. Politico founding editor John Harris. It's good to have you back, John. Thank you so much. Sure thing. Good afternoon, you know, early in President Biden's term foreign policy took a back seat. He had hoped to avoid getting bogged down and things like this, but the president is certainly need deep in it right now. What's your analysis of what's going on here? Well, first off, presidents never are able to keep foreign policy on the back burner for long. It's just the nature of the office that these kind of crises emerged. I would say this is an issue in which important foreign policy challenge merges with an important domestic political challenge. Um, which is the Israeli action in Gaza is dividing the Democratic Party. Um and, uh, President Biden knows this. Presumably he was, uh, present Prime Minister Netanyahu about the problems this potentially creates for Israel to when you have fractured the U. S support for Israel John Many Americans are shifting their attitudes about Israel these days, particularly among young people, and and certainly some liberals in the Jewish community feel the same way. They think this is about human rights. Talk about where this goes and and how that changing perception could impact political decisions. Well, the This is not a new tension, but I think we're seeing it most starkly, will now in ways that we haven't before. As a general proposition Democrats always at the end of the day. We're strongly robustly and almost uniformly pro Israel. This action is not generating that kind of support. And the question is your I think very smart to mention the generational aspect. Are we seeing really a change in the nature of this debate? Where you can't look the Democrats to be always be back and Backing Israel in the middle of these conflicts. All right, John. Thanks much. We'll talk again soon. Thanks. Thanks so much for that. That's John heresy is Politico's founding editor. It is 5 14. It's Tucker Carlson. We see every night eight P.m. Eastern on Fox News is one of the biggest mysteries of our times. UFO's defying physics 13,000 miles an hour through air and water. No wings. Lou Allesandro was the main reason we know this. He was the man the Pentagon investigating UFO. She's coming tonight. Dropping.
"john harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki know during a Treasury Department review, in addition to pre existing court fights over efforts to block access to both TIC TAC, and we chat America is listening to Fox. These lucky three w Y PC mobile news on the level on the go why he thinks the crime continues to go up snow starting to fall in downtown Indy and most of central Indiana. It's 22 degrees. I'm Ron Connor. Here's what's trending at 302 1st. Because of the snow. We got a big time problem down near Edinburgh. Both 65 North bound and South bound, backed up big time now. The highway to 52 exit because of a crash. Also, 65 North bound is shut down at the Franklin Highway. 44 exit love more details coming up in traffic, police and the people need to trust each other, says Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mirrors. In an interview with Indy politics, he says some of the mistrust in Indianapolis Is because of the national media coverage. You know, you cannot turn on the news without seeing something somewhere where there's a healthy, better citizens and towards the criminal justice system in that law enforcement. I think that affects people's perception here locally, he says. If his office and the police do a better job building trust people may be more likely to tell police of a crime is about to go down or be willing to be witnesses afterward. Anger over a statement, a school superintendent made about black lives matter. John Harris reports on the concerns of parents at Hamilton. Southeastern Superintendent Alan Board asked teachers to treat black lives matter as a political issue without advancing it or promoting their personal views. A statement that upset Hamilton, Southeastern parent and member of the racial equity community network, Alex Morales, he says this is not about politics. It's a social justice movement that needs and demands, change in policy and demand Systemic change. Is a petition's been made, demanding that dwarf resign. He's already supposed to retire at the end of the school year. He apologized for his comments. John Herrick 93 Wi VC Mobile knew the numbers are in and this year's Super Bowl between the Buccaneers and chiefs was not a huge hit on Lee 96 million people watched the game Sunday night, which is the lowest viewership since 2007 Dom Christie 80, calm professor at Ball. State University, believes there was one big reason there are people who watch no other football. Game all year. But they will watch the Super Bowl largely because they're invited to a party where they're gonna watch it with friends and eat a bunch of food. But because of the pandemic, not as many people were having those big parties to watch the Super Bowl, Donald Sabbath Damn Bean! I don't see how that Makina Sell property oil, yellow Oh, Jesus! Oh Joon.
"john harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Different kind of mask debate on Lisa Brady Fox News, the new city see chief trying to clear up confusion with results of a new study crosses racial Sutherland has more live Lisa doubling up on mass, you might be more protected from Corona virus, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control Director Rochelle Wolinsky says if it is important to having both the source and the receiver where masks modified to fit better Reduce the receivers exposure by more than 95% compared to know mascot all well, it's G encouraging the use of two layer mask couple bullets, strategies to tighten them, stressing mask work and they work when they have a good fit in our war incorrectly. Lisa. Thanks Rachel. Opening arguments underway in the U. S Senate, where the former president is on trial. Fox's Jared Halpern is live on Capitol Hill lead impeachment manager. Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin says his team will prove that former president Trump incited the mob that reached the U. S. Capitol on January. 6 Donald Trump's surrendered his role. As commander in chief and became the insider in chief. Dangerous instruction or asking, calls it the greatest betrayal of the presidential oath in the history of the United States. House Democrats have two days to present that case, Attorneys representing the former president have argued the trial itself is unconstitutional. Trump's questioning of election results is protected by the First Amendment. Lisa Thanks Jared the White House, sending a message to migrants that now is not the time to come to the U. S. Border spokeswoman Jen Psaki saying today the vast majority will be turned away because of the ongoing pandemic and the administration's unfinished work on the process and immigration policies. Critics have accused the new president of fueling a potential flood of migrants. By reversing Trump rules, easing deportations and suggesting expanded benefits like free healthcare. America is listening to Fox News like the three W Y PC mobile news on the level on the go Parents at this school are happy 22 cloudy. I'm Madison McGill. Here's what's trending out one or two anger over a statement of school superintendent made about black lives matter. John Harris reports on the concerns of parents at Hamilton, Southeastern Schools Superintendent Alan Board asked teachers to treat black lives matter as a political issue without advancing it or promoting their personal views. A statement that upset Hamilton, southeastern parent and member of the racial equity community Network, Alex. Morale is, he says, This is not about politics. It's a social justice movement that needs and demands, change in policy and demand. Systemic changes A petition's been made, demanding that dwarf resign. He's already supposed to retire. At the end of the school year. He apologized for his comments. Sean Herrick, 93 Wi VC mobile news, starting south and moving north and that's.
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"Two trips, now two turnovers for the Sparks. Minus a soco is check in for the first time here this evening, so Ochoa 69 to 35 freshman from West Africa. If I was a guard offensive, I would not drive on him around and recovered by Penn State goes down with John Harris. The big guy Working spends shots away. Good. Nice work that time by the senior from Ben Stain that seven and he schooled the freshman Sissoko. You're right. Nice shot there by her misused a 22. Penn State's got 15 with the ball. Josh Langford now goes over to Henry on the far side shot clock and 15 got 4 20 left in this first half the Howser now to lawyer lawyer back to house in the wing Wang for for 1000. He got it. Wow. How about that, Josh link for three. From the side for Josh Walk into the club 50 seconds. Pardon to do it really nice ex Penn State's got 15. Now driving right down the lane is Jones shot is no good. But Hera got the offensive board, put it back up and then well, Madison's ago went for the block shot. If he does, that, he's got to get it. He's got nine points, and he's getting ready to get a seat. A little Give and go. Soco gets a bounce pass from Lankford. He shot his gift and they say travel, so I think he's gonna take a seat. Thomas Kip here is coming back, and so is gay pride. He'll gather playing for that. I believe got a time out. Don't forget. At the end of today's game, we will pick our wall side windows. I off the last play of the game and also TCF is a proud partner of amateur athletics. TCF build strong communities by building strong individuals and businesses. FBI. See 3 38 left first half of play from East Lansing on its Michigan State. 25. Penn State 17. Good morning moment. Right here on the TCF Bank. Spartan Media Network Three. Finance your auto.
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"Was one of a few dozen that was seen celebrating at Black Lives matter. Plaza New Administration, America's brother Future. While there were a few supporters of President Biden, they were far outnumbered. My police, National Guard and other journalists. Luke Luke w T o P News 6 11 Alan Double d T. O P. President Biden has wasted little time getting to work. He has signed a serious of executive orders from the Oval Office just hours after being sworn in as the 46th president. This Is America's Day. This is Democracy's day Day of history and hope, joining us live politico co founder John Harris. John as always, Thanks for being with us. This was a rather remarkable day when you compare it with past inaugurations. There's no question it was. But I will say that for most people who are gonna be watching this event on television, there was, after all, an element of pageantry to this an element of historic moment to this even without what we ordinarily have a sea of thousands of people out on the mall. I think they did achieve it. And You know, I had wondered about that. Because, as we all know the capitals and kind of an armed state, would this feel like a real inaugural? It all at least to me. It did. Talk about the new president going right into action on on Lian Hour, So after he gets into the White House and just starting signing executive orders that reversing a lot of things that Donald Trump had put into place Well, there's no question about that. And he had promised T do so, um, he's made it clear that you know, right From the start, he's going to rejoin the Paris climate accord. He's going to reverse a lot of the executive orders that President Trump used. Throughout his four years and especially even in the last couple of months since losing the election, I think the inaugural speech they'll make clear that the biggest thing that Joe Biden wants to change from the Trump years is the way that Washington works the way the country's politics works. You know, he said he seeking unity and he wanted to, uh, replace look contempt. The drove America during so much of the trump deers with what he called respect and No, that's going to be a very tall order. But I did think it was an effective speech, at least starting that process and a big dog now unknown. Of course, John is what role the former president will play in terms of Keeping his supporters up and keeping that fight alive. Yes, Of course. We don't know that and certainly unusual to not have the outgoing president there for the inaugural, but you know, it's not reflect on the day. I think that probably was a real gift to Joe Biden because Donald Trump is such a looming presence has been for the last five years in our politics, and so to have him. Not there, I think gave an opportunity for Joe Biden to be seen in his voice to be heard that maybe it wouldn't have been, if if our entire focus had been studying the body language between them or or watching Trump's face or or listening to Trump Makes me make comments immediately after the speech was over, in a sense, getting trump off the stage. Today was a real gift for Joe Biden. We don't know whether he's going to stay off the stage. John always great to talk to you. Thanks for joining us on this historic day. Thank you very much. John Harris is the founding co co founder rather of politico. Let's see what Wall Street did today. Here's Jeff. Now in today, up 258 points and closed at a record. So did the S and P. 500. The NASDAQ Money News in 10 Minutes on wtlv Sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red and it's 6 15.
"john harris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"They got man coverage once again. Saints come out Aggressive. P. J. Williams has the As the assignment in Brock has about a half A step in that ball is just six inches too long and drunk, lays out trying to make the acrobatic catch and just can't come down with it. Bradley opinion on two points John Harris waits just inside his own 20 yard line. Million. Standing back in his old 18 waits gets the snap. Here comes the kick its end over end kick sending Davis, who was right over the 25 yard line makes the catch him immediately bounces off runs left trying to turn the corner and does across the 30 35 40 45 yard line in the 50 touchback. 45 out of the 40 35 30 out of an ankle tackle stumbles down around the 20 yard line about Deante Harris came back last week for the injury and they are happy to have him back. Big special teams play early as he bounced off the initial hit, took it down the near side line and the New Orleans Saints are gonna have it for the first time deep in Tampa Bay territory. Well beyond the hair is one return him and he gets hammered right is he catches the ball looks like into me for no gain and trying to get the number. It's Jade on Mick in. Actually, 10 May Buccaneer Return Man He's a wide receiver needs to work on the tackle on a little bit. He's a wrap up. And then after that, DeAndre Harris works to his left, and there's no contain it all gets up the sideline. And Harris is coming off. One of his best games.
"john harris" Discussed on WTOP
"In the low to mid forties currently across theory, right down, Walkersville coming in at 37 degrees Worth 43 out in Herndon and 40 and Annapolis. Thanks so much, Amelia, it's 6 11. Just a couple of minutes ago, Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke after the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for the second time and of course, it was for inciting riot at the U. S Capitol a week ago. This is a first in our country's history to have a president twice impeached Donald Trump is a clear and present danger to our country. That once again way honored our oath of office to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. So help us God. Now. Sadly, with her heart broken over what this means to our country. The president would cite insurrection. We'll sign the involvement. The article of impeachment, so the House voted to impeach. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says a trial will only happen after President Trump has left Washington. He says the nation's capital has to stay focused on security and successful inauguration for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Joining us live to talk about it all political founding editor John Harris. John Good to Have you back your thoughts on this historic night? Well for four years We've been thinking we've been living the unbelievable with the Trump presidency episode after episode in which you have to ask yourself. Is this really happening? In that sense? It's almost the inevitable way that this presidency would end. We're gonna be arguing about Donald Trump, even after his presidency is over. This impeachment trial, as you noted, is not going to happen. Until Joe Biden is has already been inaugurated. So that's how pervasive the trump influences even after he's gone. We're still debating it. Well, you know, clearly he's still beloved by a segment of the Republican Party. John is the party in danger of splitting apart. It clearly has split apart this week on this question where we've got. You've got plenty of people as we saw on the house floor today. Still defending Trump with all the sort of bigger and passion that we're accustomed to. And you had other people like House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. You're saying Look what he did was bad, huh? But not impeachable. Still, only 10 Republicans joined Democrats s O that It's barely bipartisan, more so than in the past, so I think we're already seeing the party. Uh, divide over this question. The question is, how pervasive And how long lasting that that division John, you have extensively studied history. You've written books about presidents. You covered the White House. Do you have some initial Fox as we come to the end of the Donald Trump era of his effect on our country as he spends his final days in office? Well, I think it's gonna be much, much harder for him to have an enduring. Um, uh, political movement in the wake of this, I think is gonna be facing serious political problems. Serious business problems. Um Aziz Brand has become so marred. Um, nonetheless, I think for us long as Donald Trump is living, we're gonna be arguing about Donald Trump. I would say what we're arguing about Donald Trump. A lot of big problems in the country aren't being addressed. And so that's gonna make President Biden's job Once he's inaugurated more difficult, I think So much more to talk about, and we'll definitely talk to you about it as the weeks passed, John, Thanks so much for being with us Look forward to that shit. Yeah, Politico Founding editor John Harris will check sports. Next living under the cloud.
"john harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Starting to see some sunshine 29 degrees in the Circle City. 46 is the high today I'm Sean Herrick. Here's what's trending at a 30. There will be no okay. Cabinet vote to remove the president Chris Davis. Reports. Vice President Mike Pence has rejected the resolution from Democrats and says that he believes that invoking the 25th amendment right now is not only not good for our country but also inconsistent with the Constitution. Democrats laid the pressure on Indiana's former governor to try to oust the president. But Pence pointed out in a letter to the speaker of the House that there are just eight days left in the Trump administration. Instead, it's very likely that House Democrats will attempt to impeach President Trump for the second time on Wednesday. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C Mobile news. That is indeed the plan, and the president says a second impeachment inquiry is ridiculous. The impeachment hoax is a continuation of the greatest and most vicious witch hunt. In the history of our country and is causing tremendous anger and division and pain. Trump, speaking Tuesday in South Texas, he has also said that he will not attend Joe Biden's inauguration, which is a week from today. An additional 10,000 members of the National Guard will be deployed to D. C for the inauguration by the safety by this Saturday to ensure safety. That's on top of the 6200 troops that are already in D. C five people killed in separate shootings in Indianapolis on the Northeast side Tuesday night, police are searching For suspects. You can see where specifically those shootings happened. It wi be si dot com A person also killed in a fatal crash this morning on Indy Southside. Police say it happened around 5 45 at the intersection of Southeast Street and Pal Street That's near Thompson Road and Kepler Avenue south of I 4 65. Police were trying to figure out what caused the crash. Her attorneys tried to keep her alive, but the only woman on federal death row has now been executed. 93 w IBC correspondent Paul Miles. Reports. Lisa Montgomery is the first woman executed by the federal government in 67 years she was given a lethal injection at the prison and terror Hoat But gunnery fatally strangled a pregnant woman in 2004, then cut open her body and kidnapped her baby. Her attorneys argued that Montgomery was mentally ill and should not be executed. Lisa Montgomery gave no last statement. She was pronounced dead at 1:31 A.m. local time. In Terra Haute. I'm Paul Miles and a Kansas game warden being praised for helping wildlife in an unfortunate situation to state wildlife parks and tourism game, Warden said. They got a report of two deer with their antlers locked together, so they found the deer, but they had to keep their distance because the deer were still violently trying to free themselves. That's when Jeff Clouser, the game warden, took aim and shot an antler off of one of the deer. The shot broke the antler, and it allowed the bucks to be free again. Neither of the animals were hurt. I don't believe it. Don't you believe it? Because it's like something out of a bond movie where you have to shoot the handcuff off the person in distress so they can get free shot The antler, by the way, shot the antler. Yes, because they were because when, when the deers deer were fighting, they had their antlers locked, and I think he found one That was really part of the problem. So he shot that one off, And then that allowed them to break free and they were. They were good to go. And if you ever get your antlers shot off, not so much good to go. No. Well, it might be better than being you know, forever locked in a battle with another dear, when you don't want to be I don't know. I mean, hey, there's they. They're fine. They're alive. They're back with their You know, they ran off you Silver lining John Harris trying to be what everyone calls you. They call you the silver lining that what they call me Or is that what you call me that none of? That's what they say. That's that I don't even call you. That's what they say. That's all. John Herrick. Silver lining, kid can't wait till you hear this. They are they them? They and them. And some of the others. And Kurt, Darling, That's what I'm talking about. Okay. All right. Well, would you like me to find the video of this? I don't know if they have it. Yes, I don't know. If they have it. I'll see if I can find it. Ah, no video didn't happen. Cheese. Okay, just saying All right. You know, you just called the Kansas State wildlife parks and tourism game wardens a liar. I guess that 1 900, Kansas, So I just call him and ask him what happened? Yeah, you can. You can I'm John Herrick on the level on the going on wi be si dot com. It's a 35 with traffic.
"john harris" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"That's when things really, really good, bad because they've become so dependent on this technology, working just that quick and the second, it slows down. Man, the wheels come off the old Civilized train, that's for sure. Should I start stocking up on powdered food and building a bunker. Perhaps John, I think your retirement says it all. We know what's going on with you. Yeah, yeah. What are you going to tell me where your bunker is? Probably now because when you spread around the news of where your bunker is a kind of ruins, the defeats the purpose effectiveness of having a bunker. That's right. That's so Just you and your lovely wife. That's that. You have plenty to you. You could hunker down there for months. If not years with just the two of you. Did you find that interesting when I sent you my Christmas card and the return address was a post office box was With that. No kind of killing. Think you're okay? I'm okay with it. I totally get what you're doing. Not one people complain out of me. I admire you. I'll be here for what 22 weeks from this Friday is my last day. And in this day and age, that is an eternity in the news cycle. Yes, it is. John, one of the things that could happen in the world in that time in the next three hours from now until seven o'clock Who the hell knows what's gonna happen, Right? Right? Yeah. You don't just live for today as the great philosopher Harry Carey said many many times before before he departed. Believe of February of 98 live for today. It's later than you think, Live for today. It's later than you think. Good point. Trump's efforts to overturn the election should be investigated like 9 11, Really, That's what a lot of people in D C are saying John Harris, a founding editor of politico dot com, scheduled To join us. Next of the bailing wire and the duct tape holds Next on WLS TV.
"john harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To try and central they be Morristown handily. 74 the 49. And Wayne County goes to Northeastern all over Cambridge City, Lincoln 69 to 26 golden beet Fremont, 59 to 56 Bedford North warrants over South Knox in a low scoring affair. 36 to 30 Beach Girl Beat Moreau via tonight 53 to 36 Belmont over Columbia City in the low scoring affair, a tight 1 36 to 35. Then Davis over Indianapolis, Washington 68 to 61 Bethesda Christian. Be Indiana. Death 68 to 37 Bloomington, south over Seymour 49 to 27 Bluffton over woodland. If you won the 42 Borden over Rock Creek Academy, 58 to 50 and Bremen beat But Bethany Christian 48 to 43. Cal, you man Beat River forced 69 to 49 in overtime Candle 10 beat Columbus Christian 44, the 40 caramel over Westfield 54 30 Center Grover Jennings County 59 38. When they're working the other sports I'm brand humor. Thank you Stayed with us on Saturday night edition of Indiana Sports Talk for Bob level. I'm Kevin Lee. Back to Pro and college sports. But this focus of this program is always high school sports and John Herrick from I s e Sports Network and one of our flagship stations at Emma's Communications, Wi BC is Joining His job was on the call for girls basketball tonight. What game did you have? And how did it go, John? Well, I was actually pretty busy today, Kevin. I actually had three games. The first game was definitely the most exciting. It was the Homestead Spartans against Lawrence North Wildcats, and the game went into overtime, but the play of the game for sure, though, Woz jailer Smith Who became Lawrence North all time leading scorer by knocking down the game time three to send the game into overtime tied at 45. And then it looked like you know, from that point on that Lawrence North might be able to pull away and over time, but Homestead was able to hold them off and over time and win the game. 54 50, So it was just a really, really great game all the way around. I Ana Patterson for Homestead ended up outscoring jailer by just a little bit. That was the key matchup coming in. Who would be the better player today? Would it be I Ana Patterson for Homestead or Jailer Smith for Lawrence North, and even though jailer hit the big three to tie it Hi. Ana Patterson had just two more points than her with 23 Homestead gets their 10th win of the season. Tol win that crazy came in overtime, and then I we did a rental ear Central against Lafayette, Central Catholic Doubleheader. Lafayette, Central Catholic one, The girls match up 74 to 40 and Lafayette. Central Catholic Boys were dominant as well. Beating rental their central 52 to 30. So it was definitely a full day for us on the Iast e sports network. You're better man than I I think. Well, I don't remember doing I'm sure I've done three today before, but now I get to a certain stage, right? Think one or two is plenty and that'll be enough for me. John Harris from I s C Sports network in WBC is well, good to talk with you, John. Thank you. Alright, take blah, Kevin. We'll keep an eye on what's going on in the NFL Tonight is well early fourth quarter Tampa Bay 21 Washington 16. That's maybe a little bit surprising. What? It's Tom Brady versus Taylor. Hi, Dicky. Way. Think was working in an accounting firm about three weeks ago before he joined the Washington football team practice squad. So here's one of the things I'm wondering about this particular weekend. Aziz fans. How are we gonna feel about and more importantly to the NFL? How will we consume six games over two days? An extra game each day, and it's tough to actually we'll have any kind of a life. If you're gonna watch everything and, you know, let's face it. There's there's not a lot of product. We wanna lap it up as much as we can. So most of us Like to see virtually every minute of every playoff game. Ah, lot of us try to watch every window. You know, we're watching the one o'clock the four o'clock the Sunday Night game the Monday night in Thursday with maybe some exceptions, but certainly playoffs more likely, but Can you really devote So that's basically what 11 12. That's nuts. It's about 11 hours. Two days in a row 22 hours. Can you do that? In a weekend? The NFL's king. There are ratings juggernaut. Maybe the game part ratings might go down just a little bit, especially The late game of it's not particular. Good, but they're lucky so far. They've got a close game tonight. But the total audience that you're breaking in is gonna be bigger. So expect the NFL to keep moving towards this situation. I think the excused issuers. We added in one more playoff team per conference, because, well, we're not sure how things were gonna go with Colbert. There's always the chance that you have toe cancel a game and we might have an uneven number of games. So we wanna maybe make it a little more open for people. Really. What it's going to come down to is there is Straight cash available there, so they're not going back and they're going to continue down this path. I think as we move forward, so we'll see. Well, we'll continue to keep abreast of those games. Just a zinnia gonna join us here coming up and just a little bit. Talk more about what's happening with the Colts will spend some more time. On the Pacers from for the cold. The questions are what is next? Now Moving into the offseason After today's playoff loss in Buffalo? It's Indiana sports talk You.
Trump's Loyal Wing Man Pence Gives RNC Speech On Wednesday
"The Republican National Convention enters Day three and tonight The list of speakers will include more Trump family, White House staff and vice President Mike Pence, who will be the headliner? The veep won't be speaking from the White House. Instead, he'll be at Baltimore's historic Fort McHenry. Let's dive a little deeper on who's up there talking points and how the convention is faring with Politico co founder John Harris High you, John Good afternoon. So let's start with Mike Pence. Any idea why he chose Fort McHenry for his speech and what theme he will be addressing Well, it certainly is. Ah, majestic setting. If you've ever been up there in Baltimore, the theme he's going to be stretching is like the others. Donald Trump's Competence in leadership. It's really the the rebuttal to the indictment the Democrats made so persistently against him a week ago. Ah Ah, and then also when a vice president speaks to a convention like this, obviously, in most instances, they're also looking to the future. Might he be the one accepting the Republican nomination four years ago? And so certainly that is on his mind. Outgoing adviser Kellyanne Conway speaks tonight, John She has been a steadfast ally and important voice for the president, any idea what she'll be touching on as she winds down her tenure? Yeah, I think that she is going to be part of the reassurance campaign. This convention. Hillary so far has been one mobilisation. Getting the Republican base worked up. Primarily, they're doing that with indictments. Ah, warning that Joe Biden would be a terrible leader and then also it's about reassurance. People who think that President Trump is too this or too volatile. Ah, they're looking for voices to say. He's actually steady year or more empathetic presence. Then he's portrayed in the media. And I am guessing Kellyanne Conway will do a little of both those but more on the reassurance. So we saw the other day the Nielsen ratings for the first night. We're down for the Republicans. The Democrats had more people that particular night. Is there any way to know what this point whether the convention is striking a tone and message that's resonating positively with Americans? It's really hard in this environment, Hillary. The thing we always look to from a convention is what the bounce usually you can see, Uh, parties and their nominees go up in the polls immediately following Conventions. I think this year is a little different for a couple of reasons. One. The country's already so divided how many people are really being moved by these events, and then also, as we've seen, the ratings are down. This isn't a real convention essentially to three hours a night of political programming, and I think it's unlikely that's going to have a big echo as measured in public opinion polls. All right, John, as always good talking to you. Thanks so much. 00 That's politico co founder John Harris. Let's
North Carolina Republican's son says warned father about operative's past
"North Carolina State board of elections. Just finished a three of a public hearing that it's trying to get to the bottom of what happened in the states ninth congressional district last year the outcome of that race still hasn't been called state. Election officials accuse a political operative named McRae. Dallas of running an illegal scheme to collect absentee ballots. He was working for the Republican candidate Mark Harris in what was very tight race NPR's miles parks has been at all three days of this hearing, and he joins us now. Hi miles. So understand today's session revealed tensions within Harris's family over the decision to hire. Dallas. What happened? Yeah. We heard some pretty compelling testimony from Harris's son, John Harris, who's actually an assistant US attorney in North Carolina. He testified that he had looked at previous election results from two thousand sixteen and noticed a disturbing pattern of results based on somebody who is hiring this political operative this McRae. Dallas basically he saw public records. That indicated ballots were being returned for this candidate in batches leading him to. Believe that somebody in bladen county where this investigation is centered somebody there was collecting ballots, which is a legal. So then his father in two thousand seventeen comes in and says he's thinking about hiring McRae, Dallas. And he really has an issue with that investigators show an Email where he even forwarded the North Carolina statute that said collecting ballots is a legal North Carolina to his father. What have we learned about this scheme that investigators say Dallas was running? So for the past three days. Former employees of Dallas described how they collected ballots and one employee even said she filled in multiple ballots down ballot races, which is a legal North Carolina. Again, it's illegal even just to collect ballots, North Carolina. They also described how they were instructed different ways to make sure that state and local officials. I didn't get any red flags about the operation, and the consultant who paid Dallas his name's Andy Yates, he said a number of times that he didn't have any warning signs about Dallas. That's even though the state investigated, Dallas and. Thousand sixteen and there were a number of. News reports about that investigation. Harris said that he knew of no illegal activity on behalf of his campaign. So what does today's testimony mean in light of that? Well, he can't really say anymore that he was not warned. Here's how his son John Harris put it I raised red flags at the time. The decision was made to hires Dallas. That's what I did. But he also says he thinks McRae. Dallas lied to his father about what he was doing to get out the votes. Andy Yates, testified that doubts that he was only registering people that he wasn't collecting ballots. John Harris says that he thinks his parents believe McRae Dallas, and he did not. He says also added at the end of his testimony that his father did things in his campaign differently than he would have these hearings were initially scheduled to just last two days. This was three that just wrapped up in. It seems like there's more left to uncover. How long do you think this is gonna last and how long before voters in the ninth district has a member of congress to represent them? So at this point if definitely looks that this could like this could last the the rest of the week if not longer we still haven't heard from Mark Harris, he's set to testify tomorrow morning. And his campaign says he is very ready and eager to do that. If the state board they're going to vote at the end of this hearing, whether or not to hold a new election order certify, Harris, if they decide to hold a new election that process could take months North Carolina ninth district voters in North Carolina's ninth district could be looking at not having representation in the house until late summer early. Fall at the