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"lisa myers" Discussed on WTOP
"To the east of town on 4 50. Your crash was in the stretch between See Stephen's Church Road and crowds will road there. You're under police direction near the South River. I'm Joe Conway WTF traffic at a storm team for meteorologist Matt Ritter. And Mike only a few leftover showers in what's what's left from what we had earlier today in parts of Northern Caliber County, everything else has moved on to the Eastern Shore. Temperatures are still relatively cooler east of the district where the cloud cover still is but everyone else. Temperatures have rebounded back into the upper seventies, low eighties after the sun came back through some of the mostly cloudy skies, so it's very warm. It's very humid, and we have a strong cold front on the way so another round of storms as possible as we head closer to the evening hours, in particular for the D. C metro area between about seven In 10. That's the window of opportunity for a line of storms to come down from Pennsylvania and move through the area ahead of a strong cold front. Now, some of those thunderstorms could have some heavy downpours like we had earlier today, but this time also, they could have some gusty winds. Temperatures be falling through the seventies, again. Asked after of sunset as the Cold front starts to move through the area overnight. Tonight, all storms whatsoever will be out of the listening area by midnight. And then mild and damp with lows in the low to mid sixties. Now behind the front tomorrow, it will be a very similar scenario to this best Friday. We'll have some McGee distance. Some clouds first thing in the morning. Then it will become breezy and will be drying out a seasonably very warm day, with highs in the low to mid eighties by the humidity will be dropping throughout the day. Now Tuesday and Wednesday. Kind of unsettled. Mostly cloudy, warm and a bit more Hib it both days with a chance of a few showers and highs will be in the low eighties. 81 degrees right now In Middelburg 76 in Largo. It's 75 in northwest Washington. All right, Thank you, Matt For 51 A w T O P police renewing their police for information in the deadly shooting of a pregnant woman. One year ago, 30 year old Rabbi Ahmad was 28 weeks pregnant when she was shot while inside of a residence on Dovecote Drive in Columbia. Doctors delivered her baby girl who died five days later. Police say that multiple bullets have been fired into the house from outside, and they do not believe Ahmad was targeted. Detectives are now re releasing video of the car they believe was used in the murder. In a release. Howard County Police chief Lisa Myers.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WTOP
"Here in the traffic center. 866304 w t o p That 866304 98 67 I'm Rob Stallworth. W t o p traffic now to storm team for meteorologist Matt Ritter. Mostly cloudy, warm and humid this afternoon. Some scattered showers and thunderstorms. Some storms could have some heavy rainfall, especially east of I 95 Will be in the upper seventies low eighties. All storms will end this evening, then clearing after midnight. Mild and damp clothes will be in the low to mid sixties. Tomorrow Monday, a mixture of clouds and sun breezy seasonal be very warm but lowering humidity throughout the day. Highs will be in the low to mid eighties. Tuesday. Mostly cloudy, warm and a bit humid with a chance for a few showers. Highs will be in the low eighties chance of a shower Wednesday highs in the low eighties. I was 14 4 meteorologist Matt Ritter Embassy in a group of a scattered showers move through the area, mostly surrounding the Beltway area. So if you're just outside the Beltway in Montgomery County, Prince George's County and in northern Virginia, so we're talking in the northern Virginia, the Woodlawn and Groveton area. You're seeing some moderate rainfall right now, and even parts of Anna Ronald Howard County, seeing some moderate to heavy rainfall with the system moving through there, So we're keeping an eye on things for you here right now. 72 degrees in Rockville, 72, Ashburn and 73 degrees along the Nash No mall in D. C brought to you by patient first positions, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs. 20 D C. Metro area medical centers. Police are renewing their plea for information and the deadly shooting of a pregnant woman. One year ago, 30 Year old Rabbi Ahmad was 28 weeks pregnant when she was shot while inside of a residence on Dovecote Drive in Columbia. Doctors delivered her baby girl who died five days later. Police say that multiple bullets had been fired into the house from outside, and they do not believe Ahmad was targeted. Detectives are now re releasing video of the car they believe was used in the murder. In a release, Howard County police chief Lisa Myers.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WTOP
"For your next zoom meeting. As you navigate the virtual halls of government zoom for government is for your mission. Learn more at zoom glove dot com I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p Traffic Storm Team four's Lauryn Ricketts are we starting to see some of that rain creep back into the area We are and so areas of rain moving into Montgomery County. Also Loudon County, Fairfax County, Frederick County, seeing it so just some small areas of rain across the region, mainly north by 66 in Virginia and North Route 50 in Maryland, although there is a few Sprinkles in Waldorf, but otherwise that the heaviest rain is really south of Richmond, right now out towards Virginia Beach, So if you find yourself traveling to the beaches, Virginia Beach or even the outer banks today, you're gonna head into some storms, especially after you cross through Richmond. Either way, we are looking at maybe a 40% chance of storms around here. One of two of those could be strong. But for the most part GIs areas of rain this morning. A few thunderstorms this afternoon, but plenty of dry time. It's humid. It's cool right now. Temperatures are in the sixties and seventies will top out in the upper seventies to right around 80 degrees today. Now humidity drops overnight as we dry out and then tomorrow looking beautiful blue skies, temperatures are going to be right in the low eighties. Low humidity tomorrow and the humidity stays low. All this week starts to creep back in on Friday, but otherwise temperatures low to mid eighties. All of this work week. Some small chance of rain Tuesday. Then again Thursday night to Friday, but otherwise Dry 73 right now in Washington, Annapolis at 71 Quantico at 73 Frederick at 72 brought to you by new look home design right now Save 50% on all roofing materials. It's 10 21. Police are renewing their plea for information about the deadly shooting of a pregnant woman. One year ago, 30 year old Rabbi Ahmad was 28 weeks pregnant when she was shot while inside of a residence on Dovecote Drive in Colombia. Doctors delivered her baby girl who died five days later. Police say that multiple bullets had been fired into the house from outside and they do not believe Ahmad was targeted. Detectives are now re releasing video of the car they believe was used in the murder. In a release, Howard County Police chief Lisa Myers.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WTOP
"Near the Kennedy Center for our crews, launching boats and rescuing all three of the paddlers, a spokesman for the Fire department, saying no one was hurt. And a dog ended up on the rail road bridge over the Potomac River. Sunday afternoon. Small pup was named whiskey got stranded atop the narrow Long ridge Here's DCs Vito Maggiolo. Lee safely recovered place in the platform boom and then maneuvered back to the ground and taken into custody, so to speak, and yellow and did the dog has since been returned to its owner, how he got there still a mystery. Baltimore is going to stop prosecuting some crimes, they say officials made the announcement on Friday the city will no longer bring people charged with drug possession, prostitution, trespassing or minor traffic offenses before a judge. Prosecutors say they believe getting convictions for these low level offenses doesn't increase public safety. The city is going to work with a local nonprofit behavioral health service to push drug users, sex workers and people with mental health issues out of jail. Christopher Cruz w T o p use well. Money is tight. But the Howard County Police chief says that Apartment needs body cameras, applauding what she says has been a long time coming. Howard County Police chief Lisa Myers says the body one camera pilot program yielded benefits beyond accountability and transparency. Footage from body worn cameras also serve as an excellent training tool for us to train and retrain officers when necessary. Beginning July 1st with the new fiscal year, Meyer says the department will acquire equipment, train officers and hire people for the program. The initiative is fully funded in the county executives, but Proposal being submitted next month, subject to approval by the county Council. Christi King. W T O P News No no winner for weeks, But now there's one solitary ticket in the Powerball drawing for the first time in two months. Someone got lucky and won the Powerball. It's jackpot. $238 million it was bought in Lutz, Florida north of Tampa. Before this weekend. The last jackpot one was in January. A person has a one in 24.9 chance of winning regardless of the cash prize amount, according to Powerball's website. The game is offered in 45 states, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U. S. Virgin Islands. Matt Piper CBS News or It's This Next upsets Tell you about 11 43 because of junk fairies like Charlotte, 1 800 got junk and make jump disappear. And during springtime any time don't say shallow reporting for duty. I'll send you out on the very next call Charlotte, Remember to stay invisible O'Brien When you give advice to a jump, very they have to give you advice and return. Never has it. Take to change your cow for a handful of magic beans. That is wonderful advice. When you want junk to disappear are you have to give this point.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WTOP
"With a one year price guarantee on Lian Mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. It's 9 40 D. C. Fire, any of us rescued three people from the Potomac River this weekend. The three were thrown into the water after their canoe overturned during heavy winds. Around six o'clock this evening there, the Kennedy Center D C. Fire crews launched boats and rescued all three of the paddlers. A spokesman for the department says no one was hurt during the incident. People weren't the only ones rescued by DC fire This weekend. Ah dog ended up on a railroad bridge over the Potomac River. This afternoon, The small pup named whiskey got stranded atop the narrow Longbridge. Here's D. C. Fire spokesman Vito Maggiolo safely recovered place in the platform boom and then maneuvered back to the ground and taken into custody, so to speak. Maggiolo added that the dog has since been returned to its owner. How the dog trapped on the bridge remains one of life's mysteries. Baltimore is going to stop prosecuting some crimes officials made the announcement on Friday. The city will no longer bring people charged with drug possession, prostitution, trespassing or minor traffic offenses before a judge. Prosecutors say they believe getting convictions for these low level offenses doesn't increase public safety. The city is going to work with a local nonprofit behavioral health, sir. Was to push drug users, sex workers and people with mental health issues out of jail. Christopher Cruz w T. O P use two people were killed today in a shooting outside a Royal farm store in Essex, Maryland. The Baltimore Sun reports that Baltimore County police are investigating the deadly shooting as possibly related to Ah, later fire and another deadly shooting at a nearby apartment complex. Police say the person at the apartment buildings appeared to have a self inflicted gunshot wound and an apartment there was severely burned. Money is tight. But the Howard County police chief says the department needs body worn cameras applauding what she says has been a long time coming. Howard County Police chief Lisa Myers says the body one camera pilot program yielded benefits beyond accountability and transparency. Footage from body worn cameras also serve as an excellent training tool. For us to train and retrain officers when necessary, beginning July 1st with the new fiscal year, Meyer says the department will acquire equipment, train officers and hire people for the program. The initiative is fully funded in the county executives budget proposal being submitted next month subject to approval by the county Council. Christi King. W T O P News. There has not been a winner in weeks, but now there's one lone ticket. For Powerball. For the first time in two months. Someone got lucky and won the Powerball. It's jackpot.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Depends on the votes of some key Republicans more coming up in a moment police overtime scandal in the spotlight again today in upstate comes this morning from top officials with state police later on in the run up to the Super Bowl governor Charlie Baker admits that he has made no progress on bringing legalized sports betting to Massachusetts and at that time of year again Harvard's annual parade kicks off the hasty pudding woman of the year festivities today senator Lamar Alexander says he is going to oppose calling additional witnesses and the impeachment trial of president trump Alexander had been one of four swing Republicans main Susan Collins said she'll vote to call witnesses former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney from Utah has long been backing witness testimony as well so it all depends on what Alaska's Lisa Myers kowski is planning to do she is the final undecided GOP senator reporter Juliet Manchester works for the publication the help definitely plays and shot the partisan nature of this country and how you've seen Republicans really fall in line behind president trump no matter whether they thought what president trump did was wrong or whether this would expand executive authority I think this shows just how we'll lawmakers arch their party no depending on what Makowski does with that voted the tie breaker could be put into play and this time Chief Justice John Roberts would be casting the deciding vote votes is coming up this afternoon it is Bragg's it day across the pond the United Kingdom officially will be leaving the European Union tonight at eleven o'clock London time British members of the European Parliament are the first to celebrate as they leave their offices.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"When Republicans don't come out to vote Democrats get elected and that's what happened in twenty nineteen it almost feel like spring out there today but forty eight hours from now we're going to be deep in the winter and your car will remind you of that if nothing else at this oracle wrong this winter now would just cost you the Stalinist side of the road will be number one the battery if your battery is four or five years old you're not far time John Townsend with triple a says a lot of you'll get flat tire warnings to because tire pressures drop in cold weather you might get those filled today so you're not shivering at the air pump tomorrow one of Washington's most famous residents is getting ready for his fond farewell this is the final full week for visitors to the national zoo to see Baybay handle be heading to China on the nineteenth zoos and Lisa Myers says they'll be all types of celebrations taking place every day we are going to have a really special and Richmond for bad day at nine AM and one thirty PM and Richmond is almost like it's really like a toy for an animal but it stimulates natural behavior so he's going to get something special every day visitors to the zoo or also able to write a postcard for bay bay which will travel with him to China Maria leaf on WMAL and WMAL dot com checking your money the Dow opens at twenty seven six eighty one the nasdaq eighty four seventy five in sports Sunday night football the Vikings beat the cowboys the raven stomp the bangles college hoops Virginia over James Madison navy over Washington College up next traffic and weather is mornings on the mall continues on one oh five point nine FM WMAL hungry does a better lunch at whole foods market for the hot bars in salad bars are packed with organic veggies globally inspired dishes and more plus every week day from eleven AM to two PM prime members save one dollar per pound more reason to take your lunch break at whole foods market our kids better off in an intact family you bet they are this is Joe Cordell of the domestic litigation firm court Alan Cornell kids living in a also with married parents do better in school.
"lisa myers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Now he seems to have deputized half the world last the exposed Jeff Zucker the president of fake news CNN as being an agenda driven anti trump zealot well now this is devastating what he's got here you have on tape and she knew she had a hot Mike on but she didn't know was being recorded ABC news anchor Amy Robach is recent interview with hunter Biden made national headlines I thought she actually did pretty decent in the interview a few more questions I would certainly ask but you know she got him to admit did you get the job because of your experience no why do you think you got it I don't know maybe because your dad yeah that's it probably anyway so she made recent news about that interview but she's talking to a producer you can tell she is frustrated because he's revealing that she had a huge expose ready to go with people on the record will block down tight about Jeffrey upstate three full years ago the network caved to pressure and they deep six the story yeah I got all this happening a lot of these networks you got the whole issue involving NBC I know fox over the years had their issues but you know what ABC got CBS unless moaned as he got now this is that this is out of control you might remember Lisa Myers had the interview with Juanita Broderick and they what they were trying to spike it and Lisa Myers called Juanita Broderick said yeah we got a problem she goes what are the network thinks you're very credible that's the problem very credible anyway in comments that they were able to obtain Odjick veritas stock come Robach when as far to suggest that the information she had implicated Bill Clinton we had Clinton we had everything rather than give you my take on it what I play for you then we'll bring in our project veritas founder James o'keefe a past interview.
"lisa myers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Gallagher post quotes, Lisa Myers from NBC. She was quick to call out the president. He thinks he's being so sly. Normally I would have a salad for dinner on Monday. They told me only they only eat fast food impersonating Trump on social media users didn't hold back either by Tuesday morning. Trump's fast food feast was the subject of to Twitter moments to not one but two both chock full of shock and derision people were shocked and filled with derision that the president would invite a college football team to the White House and serve them fast. Food. It's this pathetic hatred. You'll you're going to hear it from a caller named James a sixty eight year old man who called me to take me to task for laughing at those who are suffering from Trump derangement syndrome. Dan, your first up how you doing today? Dan. I'm doing great. I listen to you all the time. When I when I'm on the road. Thank him a lot of time. Thanks for listening. You're missing the point about the whole thing about Clemson gone to the White House. It's how dare they go to the White House and give President Trump credibility being the president. And you got it. All right. Remember, look all the static. They gave the coach about prayer and everything. Oh, I know. I know, you know, what it's called, you know, the word that they use normalize. You can't normalize Trump. That's what they hate. The irony. Just hate it. They hate it. It's so funny. And it's and it really honest to goodness sometimes it's comical, I mean, this poor guy who called me earlier this James, he's show filled with anger and rage. And can't believe the president had a fun moment last night with the Clemson Tigers. And great for Clemson. I've got a history with Clemson as you know. I mean, I I love the Tigers. I sent my kid one of my sons to the to the national championship. It was a bucket list moment for him. He had a wonderful time. It just I feel so sorry for people. And there's a lot of them. A lot of Republicans who have this hatred. They're blinded. They have no objectivity. You know, I have exchanges often with a friend of mine who's a never-trumper, and he sends me these uplifting things about grace in about forgiveness and about, you know, not calling people at David Brooks wrote a piece of the New York Times about not calling people out of social media. Well, how about apply in that Trump and his supporters all no, no, there's a Trump rule. That's the Trump exception. We have to hate on him. Gosh, who paid for the Democrats to go to Puerto Rico last week anybody what does the Washington Post do do a three thousand word essay on Robert Menendez cavorting on the beach with some woman in a bikini at our expense in the middle of the shutdown that matter that junket to Puerto Rico. Bush supposed to snow this week in New York wonder where they're gonna go this weekend. I'm going to Las Vegas. Not to rub it in Kevin your next. How you doing Kevin? Kevin you there. Let's try Terry. Hey, terry. How are you? I'm doing very well. Just wanna make a quick point breath has already been there. It is. I apologize. You know, I'm a veteran. I I did not vote for Iraq Obama. But when he was elected I did not develop. Negativities in my mind being a veteran. I know what I swore my oath to to this country in the constitution. I do not understand the ability to find any good thing out of bashing. Our current president look at just the physical example of what he's accomplished in two two years. Sure why why is it rampant? I mean. Well, look at look at last night. Honestly, if you if you had a problem with the president hosting a national championship college football team in the White House and him playfully buying big Macs and Wendy's and stuff for that for them. Then you've got a problem, you're I mean, it's pathetic Terry, it's pitiful. It's pitiful counterproductive counter productive and just absolutely unnecessary. Also creepy. Creepy nece to it. You know, it's like it's like a really odd creepy thing that it's hard to put into words. What do you hear my exchange of James that's coming up? Let me try exchanges my pillow. You've gotta get a my pillow mattress topper. Everybody's talking about the mattress topper. I wanted to Tom try to have my my colleague here at Salem who had a who had some surgery now he can't get out of.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The news at eight thirty one Baltimore mayor, Catherine Pugh nominee to be the city's next. Police Commissioner has withdrawn his name from consideration and announcement about Joel Fitzgerald's decision was made in a tweet yesterday morning from the Fort Worth police department, the Texas force he leads mayor Pugh said FitzGerald was withdrawing his candidacy to devote his full attention to one of his sons who she says is facing a second brain surgery this week. Howard county officials are all set to appoint the new police chief for the county police department, and she'll be the first African American woman to hold the post Howard county executive Calvin ball is scheduled to name. Lisa myers. As the department's chief at a news conference. This morning are for county officials say to people including a firefighter were injured yesterday during a house fire in Java. Eighteen year old nNcholas Schweitzer was able to escape with two dogs, but a cat died in the fire on Emerson. Dr. Investigators say the home was equipped with a working smoke alarm one firefighter sustained an unknown injury. He was treated at the scene. President Trump taking the network TV tonight to make his pitch for tighter border security. Some critics say the president is exaggerating the danger on the US Mexico border. The Kellyanne Conway counselor to the president tells FOX is the Ingram file that's not true. When people deny the use of the word crisis at this border is very sad to me because what is not a crisis. If not an increase in in the drugs and the. Meth defense and all the cocaine and heroin coming over the southern border ninety percent of the heroin. The government cystic say come over the southern border. Democrats have been saying the president's claims of terrorists Carson at the Mexico border are unfounded and as planned to build a border wall is inefficient and immoral..
"lisa myers" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Two seven nine six four or five day. Eighteen now of the partial government shutdown. President Trump said to give a primetime address tonight to talk about the border crisis at the wall with me at the US border with Mexico WMA will carry the president's speech live tonight at nine pm and at WM AL dot com later this week. President will visit the border in person on Thursday, President Trump to address immigration in a national address tonight. We have an absolute crisis and criminals and gang members coming through. It is national security. But Senator Chuck Schumer and other top democratic officials have issues with President Trump's long promised border wall and not just because of the five point seven billion dollar price tag. We want the symbol of America to stay as the statue of liberty. Not a big concrete wall. I'm John Lawrence. Reporting federal workers will go without a whole paycheck on Friday. If there's no end to the shutdown metro starting to feel the pinch of the ongoing partial government shutdown when the government shutdown. You don't have on those revenues coming in from the fare gates yet we are still operating the metro DC mayor Muriel bowser metro says that they'll have a better picture of the impact of the shutdown tomorrow at their board meeting Dave Alpert with greater greater Washington says metro can't do much since they have to honor contracts with operators metro is not going to be able to. I don't believe save money by cutting service in the immediate term, it can't simply fewer trains and buses next week and then on paying its employees. We delay a one w mail and WMA L dot com. Fairfax county police say there could be more victims after a man secretly recorded shoppers, including young girls trying on clothes and fitting rooms in northern Virginia stores county police say they now wanna hear from anyone who shop at forever, twenty one gap h and m. And old navy at fair lakes. Promenade fair oaks mall, Springfield town center and Tyson's corner center between the fifteenth and the twenty fourth of December who believe that? They may be a victim more than one hundred people have called a hotline set up by police last week thirty nine year old Mumtaz Ralph is facing felony charges in the case Maria Lee on wwl and wwl dot com. Howard county getting a new police chief county executive Calvin ball naming Lisa Myers retired Howard county police captured does the new chief. She's the first woman in the first African American chief for Howard county. Police checking your money opens today at twenty three five thirty one the NASDAQ at sixty eight twenty three sports college football championships. It was Clemson over Alabama. Forty four to sixteen wizards will be in Philly tonight to take on the seventy Sixers. The flyers will head to DC to play the caps. WMA L news time eight oh. Four next, traffic and weather has mornings on the mall continues on one zero five point nine. FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall. WMA L set up your Amazon.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I'm Michael Philip Elian the six eighty WCBS Marilyn news center with the news of thirty one Baltimore mayor, Catherine Pugh nominee to be the city's next. Police Commissioner has withdrawn his name from consideration announcement about. Jolfa cheryl's decision was made in the tweet yesterday morning from the Fort Worth police department, the Texas force he leads mayor Pugh said FitzGerald was withdrawing his candidacy to devote his full attention to one of his sons who she says is facing a second brain surgery this week Howard county officials are set to appoint the new police chief for the county's police department, and she'll be the first African American woman to hold the post Howard county executive Calvin ball is scheduled the name. Lisa myers. As the department's chief at a news conference this morning. Harford county officials say to people including a firefighter were injured yesterday during a house fire in Java. Eighteen year old nNcholas Schweitzer was able to escape with two dogs. It was later learned to cat died in the fire on Emmerick. Dr. Investigators say the home was equipped with a working smoke. Alarm one firefighter sustained an unknown injury and was treated at the scene. White House national security adviser John Bolton arriving in Turkey to lay out conditions and address concerns about US troops withdrawing from Syria Bolton says. There's no timetable for completing the withdrawal which initially expected to wrap up in a matter of weeks. Fox's rich Edson has more from the State Department. President Trump maintains that he never said that it would be a quick withdrawal of US troops from Syria and added this morning that the United States is leaving at a proper pace while fighting ISIS and doing all else that is prudent and necessary. The administration says US forces are still leaving during a visit to Israel yesterday. Bolton said, the US will not leave Syria until ISIS is defeated and American allied. Kurdish fighters are protected Turkey considers the Kurdish fighters to be terrorists. And the US worries Turkey will launch an offensive once American forces are gone. I'll look at sports after this right.
"lisa myers" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The Republicans President Trump saying I want the wall and five billion dollars to fund it the Democrats saying we want to reopen the government with one point three billion dollars for border security, but no funding for wall. Corespondent Jessica dean at the border in Tijuana US border patrol. Agents fired tear-gas during a mass Russia over the wall agents say they were aiming at a group on the Mexican side was tossing rocks at border agents national is now closed because of the ongoing government shutdown Sony's national deal and conservation biology institute like all the Smithsonian museums receives federal funding during a government shutdown do and all the rest of our fellow Smithsonian. Museums are going to close to the public spokesperson in Lisa Myers says the animal cams, including the popular panda Cam will also be taken down, and while you won't be able to go. Visit them all of the zoo and at the Smithsonian conservation biology institute in front Royal Virginia will continue to be fed and cared for windows, AOL dot com. Fairfax county police have recaptured a wanted man who escaped custody early yesterday after being treated the local hospital Twenty-seven-year-old jakulan Ross is wanted on the series about standing charges from local and state police DC police continue to investigate the fatal shooting of a US. Marine at the barracks on Capitol Hill, the marines say the shooting was not self inflicted DC. Police also continue their investigation after a bystander was shot in the head yesterday at lunchtime. And north west as two groups argued police chief Peter new show member.
"lisa myers" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Do you think our standards have gone down in any way? Do you think that we're more trusting of these women? What? How do you assess the allegations against cavenaugh in light of your own? The vote, the very high standards you used in reporting on need a Broderick. That's a very good in hard question. I do think standards had gone down, but I think the culture has evolved studies of women who have been assaulted have been have evolved, for example, we know now through a lot of work that it's very rare for a woman to make a false accusation. So I think that fits into people's reporting and thinking, I mean, what when's the last time you heard of a woman accusing prominent politician of something like this at didn't end up having a shred of truth in or at least she believed it. So I, I don't think I don't think our standards have changed. I think the culture and the times have changed. I think we're more apt to believe the woman and what the standard seems to be, which was the same standard I had, we could who did the person's, how contemporaneous or who did they tell it all? And you know, in the case of most of these me too stories, there was contemporaneous reporting. Dr. Ford wasn't contemporaneous, but it was five years ago. So I think that seems to be the standard. I'm still a little bit of. I have a mixed feeling on miss Ramirez. I'm just not sure where that's going right now, but it's a fascinating point about about the culture. Evolving and how we look at these accusations differently and that that factors into how we assess the evidence and and whether to make the decision to to publish or not. And that makes a lot of sense to me. You know, we still have to be incredibly rigorous. And as you say, you know, do all the cross checking and and and and and looking for contemporary accounts, but but attitudes change. And I think that is also reflected in journalism sometimes as it should be exactly. Well, we will be watching all this play out on Thursday, assuming the hearing comes off as as advertised, and we'll get a chance to set that make our own assessments of the credibility of the two witnesses scheduled to testify Christina Ford. And I had that. I appreciate you guys. I, I'm just reading that that the the majority in the did you hear committee hired a lawyer to question Dr? Ford on behalf of both the Democrats and Republicans, does that mean that members are not going to question her at all? Well, that's a great question Lois, and because I was thinking about this the other day, when I when I heard that this was something that they might do. I can't imagine that these senators would kind of just sit on their hands and not ask questions themselves. I think it would look terrible for them to to to do that, particularly on the Republican side, which is as it was during the Anita hill. Clarence Thomas hearings, you know, entirely male. In fact, the Senate Judiciary committee there has there has not been a Republican member of the Senate Judiciary committee in two hundred and two years. And it will look so transparent if they hire a female lawyer to ask the questions and and do not. Have you know the spine to ask questions themselves. So I have to think that they will also ask questions, but maybe they'll just leave the hard ones up to whichever lawyer they hire. I dunno, Issakov. What do you think? Well, I'm absolutely certain Democrats are going to take advantage of the opportunity to ask questions. I think I've heard some talk that they're gonna let Kamala Harris play. The lead former prosecutor really tough grueling. Interrogator, but I think you'll see the others weighing in. I've heard Shelton White House saying, of course he's going to ask questions and I imagined. Questions, right? Right, right. Those early gonna, ask questions. The interesting thing will be see how the Republicans do it, but at by the way that does remind me of one other thing I noticed in reading over the clips, Juanita Broderick. One reason she talked to you and Lisa Myers and not some others is she wanted to tell her story to a woman, not a man. Yes, that's absolutely true..
"lisa myers" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Hey, Wallis. Thanks for. Thanks for joining us at. Thanks for having me. So we just reviewed the essence of the Juanita broaddrick story. And we played a couple of clips from Lisa Myers interview with her that ran on NBC dateline, but you were digging into the Juanita broaddrick story from the beginning for some time you interviewed her many times. Tell us a little about how you found her in the first place and what your experience was reporting out. That story. Sherry had been around for a number of years in Arkansas. She had confided it to where she had confided to friends contemporaneous Lii and she she had also told a couple of Clinton haters if you're call, you know Clinton. Although he had been elected multiple times in Arkansas. He was a, he was pretty controversial character and he had a group of of what we used to call the haters. And it was just everybody who did not like Bill Clinton. So this got around in those circles. And when with being investigated, for you know, the impeachment issues and Paul Johns, everybody became re riveted on this. And at the time I was actually living in Oklahoma. So I drove to her home and knocked on her door and she came out and she was in the process of talking or she had already finished talk. Talking to NBC and there was a serious question about whether NBC was going to air this. It was very controversial. So she basically on her front porch confirmed that it had happened or at least allegedly happened, told me the quick outline of it. And then you know, said that she just wasn't ready. She had talked to Lisa Myers, she didn't know what was happening, but she just wanted to hold off so over the course of at least six months. And this is not unusual by the way with these these stories, because the women who have been victimized, it takes them time to come forward into and to have a comfort level talking about it. So over the course of the ensuing six months, I would just check in with her and every time I checked in with her, we would have more of a conversation and it was all off the record. But in the end it was on the record because she allowed it to be. So I just collected string for, I don't know eight months. Eight months. So this is right all during the whole Clinton impeachment process over Monica Lewinsky. You were talking to Anita Broderick and hurt all this, and let me just ask you, what was your sense of her when you heard her account? I very credible. And the reason is she examined her own credibility and what she said was well, first of all, no one came forward in nineteen seventy nine and he was a powerful figure at that point in Arkansas. But in addition to that, she felt like she was at thaw which is not unusual, but you also felt vulnerable because she had let him come up to her hotel room. Never expecting this to happen, but she was also having an affair with her now husband. So she was married having an affair and she was worried that if this came out, she would be this rated so lowest one of the complications. With her story was that she had, I think, once maybe twice under oath denied that the incident had happened at all in the in the Paula Jones litigation, how much of a of a, how much did that factor in to your thinking about whether this story that you could do, how obviously she was, I guess, persuasive in the end about why she did that, but talk about that for a little bit. Again, I I don't. I don't think that factored in a huge way because the feeling was that she seemed extremely credible. She had contemporaneous Lee told a number of people who had great detail and that part of the story that she had signed the affidavit. My recollection is it's not that we didn't consider it, but I think the calculation was she was terrified. I don't think the Clinton people put pressure on her. I think she put pressure on herself and didn't want she wanted everyone to leave her alone..
"lisa myers" Discussed on Skullduggery
"She told them what happened in real time shortly after it occurred. And of course, that was always the yardstick that I used when I was investigating the Paula Jones sexual harassment claims, and it's one that people reporters look for. To assess whether to believe account of from a, whether to believe a, he said, she said, count where there's no video. There's no photographs. There's no definitive proof one way or the other. But when you tell somebody in real time, that's significant. I you're absolutely right, and I think it brings up one. I think, contrast between then and now and it has to do with journalism and with our standards for publishing or airing these kinds of stories back then and now, and I wonder maybe this is something we can get into is whether those standards have lowered a little bit. When you go back and you look at the Washington Post story at the time and the NBC piece at the time, it was pretty rigorous. They were almost bending over backwards to show every possible gap in the story, or, you know, you know, doubts or credibility issues. And I think that there's a lot of, you know, really good journalism happening right now in this area, but. I think the standards have lowered maybe a little bit interesting because precisely that charge that standards had lowered was leveled against the reporters who who disclosed, Juanita broaddrick story at. So we're going to have one of those reporters on with us to talk about it Lois Romano who was a reporter for the Washington Post for many years veteran and she our byline was on the front page Washington Post story that ran back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. But before we bring Lois in, I just want to sort of remind people of the essence of of one eight abroad story and also play a couple of clips from the interview that Lisa Myers. NBC news did with Juanita broaddrick that aired on dateline on national TV, and I should point out that that came as. Did the Washington Post story after the Clinton impeachment trial was over in the Senate, and he had been acquitted when it could no longer have the influence that I think many people hoped it would. So just the basics, Juanita Broderick was nursing home operator in Arkansas. She had met Bill Clinton in April one thousand nine hundred seventy eight when he was running for governor. He was the attorney general, as I mentioned before, she expressed interest in in volunteering for his campaign Clinton invited her to give him a call when she was next in Little Rock. She did on April twenty. Fifth, while she was there for a nursing home convention Clinton. Invites himself up to her hotel room for a Cup of coffee says he didn't want reporters would be mulling milling about downstairs. We wanted to talk to a privately. She invited him on up and then she says, he began to make some sexual advances to her and he kept pressing her for in in the course of those sexual advances. We have a couple of clips. I wanna play where you can hear, Juanita, broaddrick, tell the really key parts of our story about what came next and he tries to kiss me again. And the second time he tries to kiss me. He starts biting lip..
"lisa myers" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Frank lines frank luntz had gotten and bill clinton supporters together in 1999 and show them lisa myers interview of we need a broad rick and interviews of all the other women the bill clinton was accused of either raping or sexually harassing thank you so much series now on that if if you had gotten a group of democrats around two in the middle of impeachment sean do need a broader can review with lisa myers and gone through it would have looked this say areas than way on the other side right and if seen a reckoning among those democrats now they're trying to do a lot of them are trying to walk bet that back and read think how the things that they said at that time and how they handle that situation the other thing i thought it was interesting that focused group is the woman at the end where she said that these women will be proved wrong look just like those accusers of donald trump and then last year really set the tone for what we're seeing now there is a complete distrust of us the media of people who uh people who talk about make accusations particularly if they come through us or gloria allred and we'll also the timing to very and then timing all of a sudden if you are going to vote for donald trump and then two or three weeks before the election suddenly all the women decide to come out at that time you're going to be suspicious if roy more is moving towards a general election and then you know your four weeks beforehand they become more suspicious wade it's been forty years now why is this dropping now that we're in the general election and you've seen people say that right they're saying know why now he ran all of these other races and he's been a wellknown in this state and nobody said anything any other any any previous time the other thing is i think that yearbooks ticket signature incident is just it's really important just reinforce everything people think about fake news fake news this isn't real and even if it's just as portion of that it's enough that's not it's it's enough for it to so doubt among people who are maybe on the fence about that actually all the focus on on the accusations of women the yearbooks has taken away from the rest of the roy more store.