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"This was all at the intersection of Germantown road and aircraft drive which is right in front of the Germantown town center about a few dozen protesters had staged a kind of a citizen they were there were one or two that were sitting in the middle of the road the rest were standing with signs that said things like I can't breathe the police are on the scene Germantown road was closed off and to the police were diverting traffic around the protesters WTOP's attic avail in Germantown in Virginia governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency in the Commonwealth ahead of what he anticipated would be another violent night of clashes between law enforcement and protesters after protests got out of hand in prince William county local leaders held an emergency medical him county's board of supervisors met Sunday afternoon after a Saturday night protest around Sudley road and suddenly manner drive in Manassas grew unruly and unlawful assembly was declared county deputy police chief Jared Phelps we're here to safeguard all the rights first memories of everybody we we want people to to protest in a lawful legal way they're working to determine what they did right and what can improve with their response which included mutual aid from other police agencies board of supervisors vice chair Victor angry the pain that we're experiencing right now is real and we are the voice of these people in pain is so it is our responsibility all of us Republican and Democrat to talk to those who are voiceless Liz Anderson WTOP news we'll check traffic and weather next it's eleven oh seven the statewide primary elections here and their lenders must build on or by June second it's free easy and secure eligible voters will receive a ballot at the address on file it is dated April twenty eighth but is still valid ballots must be postmarked were placed in a boating drop box by eight PM on June second in person voting locations this election is that Maryland dot gov slash June two that's elections at Maryland.

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01:44 min | Last month

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"Hurt people Melissa Howell WTOP news DC mayor Muriel Bowser is out surveying the damage this morning she says she is frustrated by frankly I've been in other parts of the city and it very angry that people would destroy their own city for people who are coming here and destroy our it's eight oh five now in Virginia governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency in the Commonwealth that order allows for the deployment of the Virginia National Guard to help in its efforts to de escalate the violence that's popped up in various locations throughout the spring William county deputy police chief Jared Phelps explained why an unlawful assembly was declared during Saturday night's protest near suddenly road and suddenly manner drive in Manassas peoples were in danger at that point we needed to get control before I got out of hand board of supervisors member share their takes on the situation so many of the the people are upset because of George Floyd but also because they're the lived experiences of people in our community this is about protecting everyone not just the protesters not just the police we have a national issue that has been a national issue for a very long time and it's time that we put in into it Liz Anderson WTOP news now in Germantown protesters March for hours yesterday demanding justice the demonstration was peaceful with protesters sitting for several minutes to block traffic at major intersections WTOP's Anna Gravelle says at the intersection of Germantown road an aircraft drive protesters used a different approach maybe four or so motorcycles that were revving up their engines in a way so that there was smoke around the scene they weren't driving through.

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

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02:35 min | 3 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Kyle Cooper Liz Anderson at the editor's desk coming up the CDC is recommending everyone wear a mask to slow the spread of coronaviruses voluntary I don't think I'm going to be doing it to wear a mask or not top Maryland health officials responds I'm Kate Ryan the new location of Virginia field hospitals and some help with that unemployment website I'm X. men metro was again cutting back in service hours on trains and buses in Washington it's eleven thirty CBS news update the CDC is now advising everyone to wear a mask when they go out Surgeon General Dr Jerome Powell called face coverings recommended or not physical master in ninety five respirators those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders president trump says he will not wear a mask but people who meet with them are being tested for the virus first Dr Deborah Burke from Mr trump's coronavirus task force says social distancing is still the most important thing you know we are just in week three this full guidance measure we really I do appreciate the work of the citizens of California and Washington state because we do see that their curve is different their curve is different from New York New Jersey and Connecticut the death toll in the U. S. tonight is up to more than seventy four hundred CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez another round of updates today on the covert nineteen a break from the leaders of Virginia Maryland and DC we start tonight in Maryland with the governor and state health officials updated the public on the status of their corona virus response deputy health secretary for Maryland Fran Phillips was asked about what scientific model show in terms of projected cases of covert nineteen the disease caused by the corona virus the card is going up and we are accelerating in terms of the percentage of new cases so where that's going how soon that is not something that we have clarity on at this point Phillips because corona virus sneaky was asked should people start wearing masks when they go out in public wearing a mask is not a bad idea Matt wearing a mask can be protected but Phillips said the need for the highly protective N. ninety five masks is greatest in the health care community what is important to say is that the most critical place for these masks to be is on the faces of health care workers Kate Ryan WTOP news meanwhile in Virginia tonight there's a new topside for local field hospital and promises of some fixes for the unemployment system in northern Virginia it has become.

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Washington DC - Park Service Urges People to Avoid Tidal Basin Cherry Blossoms

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00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Washington DC - Park Service Urges People to Avoid Tidal Basin Cherry Blossoms

"The National Park Service is asking you to reconsider your trip to go see the cherry blossoms at the tidal bay and in fact crowds have been so large that the park service says it will close the already limited parking Ohio driver's already closed to vehicles WTOP's Liz Anderson's been down there today she tells it is not it's not quite business as usual but the title basin is pretty bold joggers chalking

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

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02:11 min | 3 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Happens next during the Facebook live update Fairfax county superintendent Dr Scott Bray brand answer questions about third quarter school work AP exams and the distance learning plans and employee pay we are committed to working to pay our employees during this closure some of those folks wanted more specific information about our substitute teachers my approach to paying substitute teachers will be shared early next week they're also working on plans to support students with special needs and working on devices for students with disabilities we have on our website a toolbox around strategies and resources for how a student may be able to access accommodations at home Liz Anderson WTOP news because of the plans in Fairfax county we know about a couple other school systems as well Fredericksburg city schools will now be closed until April fourteenth in DC schools will be closed through April twenty seventh if you're lucky enough to have them disinfectant wipes are a convenient way to protect yourself here but what happens to them when you're done wiping things down within the last week we are seeing a considerable increase and wipes coming to our waste water pumping station Lynn Reagan's with W. SSE water says those disinfectant wipes are not flushable despite what you might think we don't want to see them because they create havoc in our stations are our pumps can't handle WSOC water is spent over a million dollars on equipment that filters out those wipes which don't break down the way toilet paper does if you flush too many of them down your toilet you might find that out the hard way keep the waves out of the pipes John Dorman WTOP news there is news out of North Korea tonight the possibility of a couple more missiles being launched will detail that coming up seven thirty six I never dreamed this career was possible I absolutely love what I do my name is Steven and I'm a proud graduate of the university of the district of Columbia I received my masters of public administration in eighteen months and during that process I got two promotions and graduated debt free the professor had real life experiences they showed me where my career to go UTC the five my possible fines.

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

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01:32 min | 4 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Things are shaping up to be beautiful now I will say this chilly start in the forties and thirties for some is going to look a lot different this afternoon highs this afternoon in the low seventies tomorrow we do have changes under way high temperatures tomorrow are going to be mild in the upper sixties but expect cloudy skies some light showers in the morning and then more moderate showers towards the end of the day I'm stormed EAM four meteorologists more Theodore it's fifty degrees in downtown Washington at one thirty Baltimore to the Shenandoah WTOP Washington's top news on air and online WTOP dot com good morning I'm Stephanie gains Bryant Liz Anderson is at the editor's desk coming up the newest case of corona virus comes one day after a U. S. marine tested positive I'm Valerie bonk as Maryland deals with corona virus the latest from governor Hogan I'm John donvan Congress and what's being done to protect airline passengers from the virus on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller Beal and the wizards go cold against the heats while both Turks teams cut down the nets I'm Robert for it's one thirty one CBS news update corona virus continues to spread across the U. S. and globally Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute for allergy and infectious diseases he tells NBC's meet the press that community spread of the virus.

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

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02:22 min | 4 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Ahead of the next system or disturbance that's going to impact the area Tuesday showers are likely will probably see them Tuesday morning so they'll be impacting the morning commute for some Risi on Tuesday as well with gusts as high as twenty five to thirty miles per hour high temperatures on Tuesday in the upper sixties Wednesday a mix of sun and clouds highs on Wednesday will be in the low sixties Wednesday night that low pressure system will prompt some rain showers in the area by Thursday will be drying clearing with mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper fifties I'm certain deformity religious smart Theodore right now fifty three degrees outside our studios WTOP news time ten thirty Baltimore Chesapeake to the Shenandoah WTOP's Washington's top news on air and online at WTOP dot com Sunday evening I'm del Walters Liz Anderson is at the editor's desk coming up that grand princess cruise ship will finally docked in Oakland after days of circling in international waters because they have twenty one covert nineteen cases on board the newest case of corona virus comes one day after a U. S. marine tested positive I'm Valerie bonk as Maryland deals with corona virus the latest from governor Hogan I'm John dome in Fairfax county health officials sent a message to residents following another case of coronavirus I'm Alyssa how hot sports betting and more get last minute votes in Virginia I'm X. men it's ten thirty one closely watching the number of coronavirus cases across the region so far nine people in DC have been diagnosed with cove in nineteen that is the DC region our team coverage begins in Virginia where they have ordered more corona virus testing kits it's also tracing the footsteps of two patients with the virus in the Commonwealth an eighty year old man who lives in Fairfax city has tested positive for the corona virus after returning from a Nile river cruise Fairfax county health director Dr Gloria adult audiences we are taking public health actions and are working to monitor the patient and identify any close contacts who may have been exposed to Fairfax city man started to develop symptoms of a respiratory illness on February twenty eighth officials say after flu tests returned negative he was tested for the corona virus fortunately the individual had limited contact with others while ill.

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

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02:22 min | 4 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Financing until twenty twenty five there are now two cases of coronavirus in Virginia one involves Fairfax city resident in their eighties who recently went on a similar Nile river cruises other patients health officials say they that person had limited interactions with other people while sick WTOP's Liz Anderson has more now on the other cases in Virginia and on a pair of cases out of the C. word of the first cases in Virginia and DC came Saturday evening Virginia's first confirmed case of corona virus a marine who recently returned from an official business trip overseas the Pentagon chief spokesman Jonathan Rath Hoffman says the marine is undergoing treatment at fort Belvoir community hospital and in the district news of their first presumptive positive case involving a DC resident a man in his fifties who was admitted to the hospital on Thursday March fifth he remains hospitalized with his test yielding a presumptive positive DC health has started its investigation in keeping with the CDC's guidelines DC mayor Muriel Bowser says so far this man doesn't appear to have a history of international travel or contact with anyone else who tested positive for covert nineteen but they are keeping track of another case of a man in his fifties who travel to DC from overseas Nigeria's by understanding he's in the hospital in Maryland where he was diagnosed read more at WTOP dot com with Sanderson WTOP news and knew this afternoon we learned a bit more about one of the DC cases it includes a rector at Christ Church Georgetown the church on Facebook saying rector Tim Cole is in stable condition at the hospital and until further notice church services are canceled in total the DC area has seven positive cases of the illness get the latest to WTOP dot com we're now following an apartment fire in northeast DC it happened this morning where witnesses said someone jumped from a second story window and ran from the scene the fire started around four this morning on the second floor of an apartment building on Webster street DC fire and EMS says the fire is out now and eight people have been displaced no injuries have been reported investigators are on the scene trying to still figure out what caused that fire it's two twenty four a WTO PM money news just ahead switch to T. mobile and get two lines for just ninety.

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

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05:51 min | 4 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Cooper Liz Anderson at the editor's desk coming up another case of coronavirus in California health officials say the woman never traveled out of the United States the trump administration cancels a major summit of Asian leaders that was scheduled for Las Vegas concerning Congress about the virus and troubling discrimination against Asian Americans on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller how donating blood gives you a chance to win tickets to Washington Capitals game sweet time Christy Kane it's nine thirty one CBS news update a second corona virus case has been confirmed in California in a patient with no foreign travel or contacts with any traveler has health officials concerned the disease is spreading within the United States now the CDC's Dr Christopher Brady for the most part what we understand is vast majority people actually don't have severe disease and so it may be those people that are not severely ill may not even seek medical care but are still ill in some way and infectious that may spread this the most the virus is taking a toll on the financial markets amid uncertainty about how far reaching the effects to the economy could be Eugene Peroni Peroni portfolio advisors it's critical for analysts economists and investors to really project what the earnings might be for the upcoming quarter so I think that's what really has the market on edge here CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon it's nine thirty two coronavirus concerns have led the trump administration to cancel a major summit of Asian leaders the association of southeast Asian nations summit was set to take place March fourteenth in Las Vegas NBC news now reporting to White House stop the planning for the annual event today it's not clear if the president planned on attending the summit the move comes as president trump told reporters he is considering banning travel from countries that have a disproportionately high number of coronavirus cases it appears the corona virus is spreading in California Santa Clara county California is reporting the state's second case of coronavirus that we heard from CBS news just a couple of minutes ago the county health department says the latest case is not believed to be linked to other known cases in the state Mike Emery county says it's ready to respond to any coronavirus cases the county says its health department is working closely with state and federal agencies also an internal emergency management group is in place to monitor the situation the county is also talking with health care providers and providing guidance to parents of the county's public school students the kids are they county council is set to get a more detailed briefing on the preparations next Tuesday in Maryland there are three possible cases of corona virus being examined by the centers for disease control another Virginia patient does not have the virus we found that out a little earlier today you can read our full corona virus FAQ we've got of the W. T. O. P. dot com search virus president trump has announced his nominee for director of national intelligence on Twitter the president says he wants Republican congressman John Ratcliffe of Texas to take the job WTOP's national security correspondent JJ green reports tonight the critics do not think Radcliffe has enough national security experience for this job in two thousand four he was appointed by president George W. bush he was the chief of anti terrorism and national security for that Eastern District of Texas and he was later U. S. attorney there so there is some intelligence experience some national security experience the question some might have is is it the right kind for the office of the director of national intelligence considering what their mandate is and how big that operation is in July the president announced the rack cliffs we write an ounce reckless for that job only to pull that nomination over accusations that reckless embellished parts of his resume also tonight a big legal victory for president trump a DC federal appeals court has ruled that the house cannot suit to enforce a subpoena for former White House counsel don McGann the decision overturns a federal judge's earlier decision them again had to comply with the subpoena house Judiciary Committee had sought me against testimony in connection with an investigation into allegations that president trump sought to obstruct Robert Muller's investigation into Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election the White House was trying to force asylum seekers to wait for their application and Mexico but the ninth circuit court of appeals in California has blocked that though today's decision by the court of appeals is a win for advocates of asylum seekers the likely appeal by the administration to the Supreme Court could prove favorable to the White House in the past the court's conservative majority has shown a willingness to accept requests from the department of justice is set aside lower court decisions that hamper the president's signature immigration policies in the meantime the administration could now turn to rapid deportation programs to get asylum seekers off U. S. soil as quickly as possible bill ray Cobb CBS news Washington the U. S. immigration courts want to raise fees on the filings and appeals by hundreds of dollars the executive office of immigration review says the increase with the first since nineteen eighty six and the extra revenue is needed to recoup costs as the immigration court caseload has restored immigration advocates say the hikes will prevent people from appealing immigration court decisions nine thirty six now in Washington coming up have Virginia Democrats followed through on gun reforms that they promise we'll take a look at that coming up after traffic and weather when it comes to keeping Americans safe from corona virus this is the sound of a president we can't rely on yes there is that justice just like flew people die from the flu America can do better managing.

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03:22 min | 4 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Service we have Liz Anderson at the end of his desk and coming up the second person to person transmission of the corona virus virus rather is reported in northern California we'll have a special report the virus sent stocks tumbling for another day the Dow for this week lost twelve and a half percent how Montgomery county is preparing for the disease this call on Congress to address discrimination related to the spread of the virus on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller thirty eight degrees in Washington and dropping to the twenties far below freezing tonight eight thirty one CBS news update California has a second case of corona virus that cannot be traced back to international travel or contact with someone who had travelled suggesting the virus is spreading within the state the individual is an adult women with chronic health conditions who is hospitalized for difficulty breathing her physician call this on Wednesday night to discuss the case and to request testing for the novel coronavirus Dr sherry Cody she's chief health officer in Santa Clara county what we know now is that the virus is here present at some level but we still don't know to what degree of the virus has put a scare into the financial markets the Dow losing twelve percent this week Peter Tuchman a cuatro M. securities this is the largest fastest selloff since a record high through a bear market potentially in history since nineteen twenty seven so you know markets can adapt to virtually anything except fear and anxiety and unknown she B. S. news update I'm Jim Shannon it's a thirty two Montgomery County is announcing its plan to monitor foreign handle any cases of corona virus the county says an internal emergency management group has already been formed to monitor the situation and to work with the state and other local governments in the area the health department is also working with health care providers and hospitals in the county to make sure they are ready in Maryland there are three possible cases of the illness being examined by the CDC in Virginia there was a possible case but that person has been cleared tonight they don't have coronavirus president trump has announced his nominee for director of national intelligence on Twitter this afternoon the president says he wants congressman John Ratcliffe of Texas a Republican to take the role WTOP national security correspondent JJ green reports this is not the first time Ratcliff name has been mentioned for the job this is his second time around and a part of the problem the first time around was there was bipartisan concern about him padding his resume and so him being back in this situation again begs the question what's going to be different what is the change after his first nomination for the post some Democrats and Republicans also criticized Rappler for having little national Xperia now these little national security and intelligence experience it's a big legal victory tonight for president trump a DC federal appeals court has ruled that the house can't sue to enforce a subpoena former White House counsel don again the decision overturns a federal judge's earlier decision that again had to comply with the subpoena house Judiciary Committee had sought against testimony in connection with an investigation into allegations that president trump sought to obstruct Robert Muller's investigation into Russia meddling in the twenty sixteen election still ahead could a travel ban in response to corona virus be in the works.

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

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03:37 min | 4 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com good evening I'm Kyle Cooper Liz Anderson at the editor's desk coming up coronavirus cases are increasing outside of China the United States also has a new plan to fight the virus today another day on Wall Street that was very very bad because of fears of the coronavirus in Congress overcome differences to fund a virus fighting plan on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller can Congress overcome differences to fund a virus fighting plan on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller Mike Bloomberg has a running mate in mine and he is the leader of a gang it's eleven thirty one CBS news update president trump praised efforts by federal health officials in containing the corona virus in the U. S. CDC director Robert Redfield said on Capitol Hill with the virus poses a low risk to the American public but he said precisely how the virus is transmitted remains unknown meanwhile in California there's probably other cases out there in the community that we don't know about you see Davis inspections disease specialist Dr dean Blomberg confirming the first case of suspected community transmission of the covert nineteen disease in the country California governor Gavin Newsom says the state has lots of experience dealing with various outbreaks previously these particles are well established this is not this is not our first eight challenges relates to public health quite the contrary these protocols have been perfected in so many ways shapes of form not only in the United States around the rest of the world at this hour Asian stock markets have fallen further amid virus fears CBS news update on that Piper meantime top members of Congress have pledged to come together and approve funding to fight the virus but there's still plenty of political tension we get more tonight from WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's ready to reach across the aisle but she also says she told vice president Mike pence she has concerns about him being the point person on the issue and she remains critical of how the administration first handled it up until now the trump administration has mounted pagan often chaotic response to this outbreak president trump has accused pelo see of trying to create panic but given Democrats criticism the house's top Republican Kevin McCarthy defends the president the idea that they would take it to that level right now harms the American public I think the president was making that case despite the sniping by both sides lawmakers remain hopeful though agree on a multi billion dollar plan to deal with the virus on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news Maryland's governor is urging residents to not panic but take corona virus seriously this comes as two more potential cases of the illness are turned over to the CDC in the state to Marylanders who recently traveled to China met the CDC criteria and governor Larry Hogan says that puts the state's total to four potential cases the first two cases coming back negative Hogan says he's been holding frequent meetings with his cabinet and that the state is working with local governments to make sure everyone is prepared which includes ten million dollars for emergency coronavirus virus preparedness expenses Dr Fran Phillips with the state department of health says that also includes continual communication with health care providers as a state lab is also ready to begin testing here once the CDC allows that at the Maryland emergency management agency in Reisterstown Mike Morello WTOP news state says it is also examining a third person to see if their illness meets the guidelines for CDC testing for the virus health officials are still waiting for test results in a potential case in northern Virginia it's eleven thirty four at CVS minute.

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01:46 min | 4 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Details Land Rover above and beyond rob would fork after storm team four weather alert from now until a midnight we've got a line of showers and storms sweeping from west to east as they approach the I. ninety five corridor expect damaging winds possible and heavy rain at times after midnight will quiet things down tomorrow highs will be in the mid to upper forties Thursday will be partly sunny I'm storm team four meteorologist Samara theater forty seven degrees and some rain in parts of fox your county and continuing to push north and east closer to four ninety five tonight eight thirty to Baltimore Chesapeake to the Shenandoah WTOP's Washington's top news on air and online at WTOP dot com good evening I'm Dimitri sodas Liz Anderson is at the end of his desk coming up president trump appoints vice president pence to lead the corona virus response CBS news with a special report on the way and several people are dead at last report was five people dead plus the shooter an attack at the Miller cores campus in Milwaukee one of the worst mass shootings in Wisconsin history also is there a democratic presidential candidate Republicans hope will get the nomination on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller had ice reportedly ran facial recognition searches on millions of Maryland driver's license photos lower now in the Asian markets one percent losses for Tokyo we lost about half a percent for some of the markets are some of the indexes on Wall Street today all the latest I have eight thirty one CBS news update the president and federal health officials spoke about the corona virus at the White House with the president trying to ease fears I'm gonna be putting our vice president Mike pence in charge and Mike will be working.

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03:23 min | 4 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Stephanie gains Bryant Liz Anderson is at the editor's desk coming up a trump victory as predicted by most voters in a CBS news poll renewed concerns about Russian election interference as Congress returns on Capitol Hill I Mitchell Miller Ryan you can easily prevent smashed the windows they get and then they take the stuff I'm John Aaron businesses hurt by purple line construction could be getting some relief I'm a kindly it's one thirty one CBS news update number product presidential races now in South Carolina and just after that super Tuesday for Monsanto Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucus is convincingly after he also won in New Hampshire Joe Biden far behind in second place the rest of the pack even farther correspondent Nicole Killian as the surging front runner look towards super Tuesday former vice president Joe Biden focused on the board media task at hand the African American community in South Carolina they make a judgment about who the next person on stage is going to be shoring up African American support in South Carolina where Sanders appears to be gaining centers with Anderson Cooper on sixty minutes is America great in many ways we all in some ways it's a very significant ways we're not well not great one half of all people today are living paycheck to paycheck when five hundred thousand people tonight are going to be sleeping out on the streets including thirty thousand veterans CBS news update on top forty it's one thirty two Congress returns today from a brief break amid lots of questions related to what the Russians are doing to try to affect the presidential election WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill members of Congress are concerned about intelligence suggesting the Russians are meddling again though these reports that they they want Bernie Sanders to get elected president that's no surprise he be honeymooned in Moscow national security adviser Robert o'brien speaking on ABC's this week our national security adviser should stay out of politics and that is a political statement Connecticut democratic senator Chris Murphy is a member of the Senate foreign relations committee he pushed back on CNN's state of the union and while o'brien says he hasn't seen intelligence that Moscow also tried to prop up president trump a recent house intelligence committee briefing reportedly did include that information also given Democrats skepticism of the new acting director of national intelligence ambassador Richard green now the permanent nominee will likely come under close congressional scrutiny on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news it's one thirty three president trump says that he would be willing to make a peace deal with the Taliban if the week long truce that began Friday holds all right our day for is that for the holding up you know we have a very very good of nonviolence is that all the government today that would be what happened what people want to make a deal and I think the Taliban want their desire to find the agreement calls for an end to attacks in Afghanistan including roadside bombings suicide attacks and rocket strikes between the Taliban Afghan and U. S. forces the president spoke to reporters as he left the White House for his trip to India it's one thirty four come out.

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04:09 min | 5 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Bryant Liz Anderson is at the editor's desk coming up the state department is preparing to evacuate hundreds of Americans who've been stranded on board the cruise ship in Japan amid a novel coronavirus outbreak on board a fourteen year old has been arrested in connection with that fatal stabbing of a college student in a Manhattan park winners of a national contest owner Frederick Douglass the performing his speeches I'm Valerie bone let's talk Turkey why grown men are spending their weekends doing for people it's one thirty one CBS news update as the US government prepares to evacuate hundreds of Americans from not quarantine cruise ship in Japan comes were not from the Japanese health minister but the number of people aboard the ship testing positive for the corona virus stands at three hundred fifty five picking up the story correspondent Deborah potter on Sunday Americans on board the ship wishing to be evacuated will be taken by bus to a U. S. charted plane but before boarding they will undergo a health screening symptomatic passengers may not be allowed to fly attorney Matt Smith and his wife have been aboard the ship for nearly a month and don't want to take part my government has has succeeded in making me feel like a pariah his reasons for feeling our way US government has that you're on board that ship well you're I'm clean so we've got a lock you up and we don't trust the Japanese you have conducted a proper quarantine CBS news update on top forty it's one thirty two New York police say they've made an arrest in connection with the fatal stabbing of Barnard College student Tessa majors in a Manhattan park back in December he's fourteen but Manhattan D. A. Cyrus Vance says he's being charged as an adult he's been charged with two counts of murder in the second degree with one count representing intentional murder and the other a felony murder a murder cost in the course of a robbery eighteen year old Tessa majors was from Charlotte's fail federal prosecutors have declined to charge former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe with allegedly lying to investigators about leaking information to the news media the president insists he has the legal right to interfere in investigations but the one involving Andrew McCabe was dropped and officials say Mr trump was not pleased where they I made a fool out of himself over the last couple of days the former deputy FBI director responsible for launching the Russia investigation has been one of his most frequent targets and expressed outrage about being left in legal limbo it is an absolute disgrace that they took two years and put my family through this experience CBS news White House correspondent Paula read it's one thirty three Attorney General William Barr is continuing to face criticism for stepping in to alter a sentencing recommendation that president trump called too harsh for his ally Roger stone justice department prosecutors are also reviewing the handling of the federal investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn Glynis pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI during its probe of ties between the trump campaign and Russia but this sentencing has been postponed several times after he complained he was misled during his questioning president trump avoided reporters on his way to Florida as more questions mount about Michael Flynn someone he is often defended their to be ashamed of themselves what they've done to general Flynn why Attorney General William Barr's decision to review the criminal case against when Mr trump's first national security adviser could be viewed as a favor senior justice department officials reportedly pushed for a lighter sentence for Flynn than prosecutors originally asked for exactly what happened in the case of Roger stone CBS news correspondent ouija Jiang it's one thirty.

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01:35 min | 5 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Well north of one ninety seven Steve Dresdner WTOP traffic another overnight period in the twenties and thirties it's going to be another cold start Sunday morning but the difference is the mild finish temperatures tomorrow afternoon will be in the low fifties are partly sunny and dry really the rain is holding out until Monday night into Tuesday that means that president stays looking pretty quiet as well with partly sunny skies and high temperatures on Monday in the low fifties I'm stormteam for meteorologists Mar Theodore thirty two now into tell make it's thirty three in Alexandria and thirty three degrees in the nation's capital which meant to Baltimore excessive heat to the Shenandoah WTOP Washington's top news on air and online at W. T. O. P. dot com good evening I'm Sarah Jacobs Liz Anderson is at the editor's desk coming up the teenager accused of killing two family members is in custody after a day long search a live report just ahead Americans quarantined on a cruise ship in Japan may be headed home soon but their quarantine may not in there and there's been a new arrest in the stabbing death of a college student from Charlottesville in New York it's six thirty one the teenager accused of killing two of his family members in fog here county has been caught in another state W. T. O. P.'s Dickey only on is here with the details Sarah within the past hour the **** your county sheriff announced.

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"Gains Bryant Liz Anderson is that the editor's desk coming up the beginning of the end of president trump's impeachment trial in the Senate on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller you may not have heard but there's a GOP caucus in Iowa too I'm Sarah Jacobs chiefs come from behind late to take Super Bowl fifty four over San Francisco I'm Frank and ran it's twelve thirty one CBS news our primary but I always focuses will be the first test of popularity for a still large field of democratic presidential hopefuls it all starts Monday the way the caucuses work here and I was a second choice can be very important because at each individual caucus if the candidate falls below fifteen percent that candidate is essentially eliminated voters thing go to their second choice and right now it appears former vice president Joe Biden is the second choice for many of the supporters of these lower tier candidates correspondence the foreman and with more CBS news chief political correspondent o'keefe one thing to watch on caucus night if turnout gets close to three hundred thousand in this state that would be a record high most of that will be because Bernie Sanders turn them out several of the candidates must return to Washington Monday for final arguments before the Senate on the impeachment trial of the man they all want to replace president trump CBS news update on top forty the impeachment trial of president trump come will come to an end this week in closing arguments take place later today W. T. O. P.'s Mitchell Miller has more on Capitol Hill after closing arguments today members of the Senate will have a few days to speak on the floor about the impeachment proceedings and explain their votes Tennessee Republican Lamar Alexander isn't defending the president's actions but doesn't believe they should force the president out of office we're not just being asked to remove the president from office we're saying tell me can't run in the twenty twenty election Alexander spoke on NBC's meet the press Virginia democratic senator Tim Kaine worries that the failure of the Senate to vote for witnesses will be damaging for years to come I worry that the virus of presidential bad behavior has spread to the Senate and then the Senate's bad behavior will spread to create more cynicism in the public the president is expected to be acquitted when the Senate votes on Wednesday on the two articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news it's twelve thirty three president trump is set to give his state of the union address Tuesday night in the capital where his impeachment trial is still under way he's expected to declare the state of the union strong even when it's bitterly divided as he asks Americans for a second term president trump has become just the third president in U. S. history to be impeached but he's expected to be acquitted in his Senate trial Wednesday in a preview president trump told supporters are reporters rather Sunday that he's looking at giving a very very positive message candidates were making their final push at the first democratic contests for the presidential nomination that begins today with the Iowa caucus all of the stump voters at this des Moines diner consider the options on their plate yeah I've been.

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Sarah Jacobs Liz Anderson is at the editor's desk coming up the U. S. as another confirmed case of the corona virus the Senate rejects calling witnesses in the impeachment trial the Senate turned away from troops on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller a diplomat at the center of the Ukraine scandal is ending her state department career after thirty years why some area leaders are calling a house committee markup of a bill a historic moment for DC I'm Mike Morello WTOP news time eight thirty one CBS news update the number of confirmed deaths from China's coronavirus outbreak is jump to three hundred and four the thirties and hardest hit who bay province report forty five new fatalities there eight confirmed cases in the US one in Boston Dr Larry mana Matt office with the bureau of infectious disease in laboratory sciences risk to Massachusetts residents from across the virus remains quite small with this this is the only case in Massachusetts and we are closely monitoring our clinicians are are are watching for evidence of any new infection mayor bill de Blasio says the cases under investigation in New York City for the vast majority of new Yorkers the most important thing to recognize is this issue is being addressed is being addressed by the federal government is being addressed by the city government which has a strong this public health apparatus in the nation the virus is believed to have emerged in December in the provincial capital of Wuhan in a market that sold wild game CBS news update I'm Sam lead singer the Senate has voted down a motion to call witnesses in president Donald trump's impeachment trial and there's a new timeline for when the vote on the articles of impeachment will take place WTOP is Mitchel Miller has more from Capitol Hill the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer has pushed hard for witnesses in the trial it's a grand tragedy America will remember this day unfortunately with the Senate did not live up to its responsibilities where the Senate turned away from truth and went along with a sham trial during the debate on the Democrats motion the president's attorney Jay secular told senators they were being asked by house managers to do something they shouldn't have to do they're supposed to investigate you are to deliberate but what they're asking you to do is not become the investigative agency after later rejecting a series of democratic amendments to subpoena witnesses the Senate approved a timeline for the end of the trial closing arguments will take place on Monday and then senators will have a few days to get a chance to explain their votes the final vote on the articles of impeachment against the president will take place on Wednesday a day after the state of the union address on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news senators running for the democratic presidential nomination are back to campaigning for at least a couple of days ahead of those Iowa caucuses on Monday one of the senators returning to the campaign trail from the Senate impeachment trial Elizabeth Warren who kicked off the weekend with an event in Urbandale it's where she knows to her supporters are millions the individual donors saying it's time to fire on all cylinders Amy clover shore began her day speaking to an overflow crowd at a bike shop in Bettendorf as Bernie Sanders holds a concert in cedar rapids with vampire weekend that CBS is Steve Dorsey reporting from the morning it's eight thirty four this is bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic diocese of Arlington due to the fast pace of our lives in the many distractions that surround us we can often walk through a day without recognizing the many signs of god's presence in our midst starting today may we set a reminder for ourselves that at the beginning of each day we pray lord opened my eyes to see your wonders but did not stop there includes a lower throughout the day not simply in the morning at night or before meal pause occasionally and let him know that you recognize his abiding presence that you need him in your life and that you love him we are reminded of the words to sink Theresa of Avalon blessed is the one who truly loves the lord and always keeps him near your brothers and sisters know that god walks beside you and loves you now and always stay.

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Maryland police officer charged with murder in killing of handcuffed man

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01:39 min | 5 months ago

Maryland police officer charged with murder in killing of handcuffed man

"A local police officer is charged this morning with murder in the shooting death of a handcuffed man in custody and WTOP has learned that prince George's county police corporal Michael and junior has barely been involved with two earlier shootings one of them deadly according to authorities on the night of December seventeenth twenty eleven and saw a man lying on the side of the road not far from Kaplan park been pointed a gun at the officer and fearing for his own life Owen shot thirty five year old Rodney Deron Edwards of land over several times we hear Edwards was taken to a local hospital pronounced dead alone was placed on administrative leave at the time in accordance with the department's policy now more on Monday shooting the WTO he's on when Liz Anderson this hour I am able to come to our community and offer you a reasonable explanation for the events that occurred prince George's county police chief hangs down once he says the shooting death of forty three year old William Howard green of southeast DC was a crime corporal Michael when is charged with second degree murder voluntary and involuntary manslaughter first degree assault and a firearms charge in green staff one has been with the department for ten years he was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon now before the shooting in and another officer went to check out a traffic accident around seven twenty Monday night your Saint Barnabas road and Winston St witnesses told them green hit their car so the offices approached him they took green from his car handcuffed him and then put him in the front of once cruiser they thought he was high on something while waiting for a drug expert to arrive home and sat on the driver's side then a short time later green was shot seven times the officers took green from the car to provide medical aid he was taken to the hospital but died a short

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"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"liz anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"P. dot com good morning I'm John Aaron Liz Anderson is at the editor's desk coming up president trump's legal team begins his defense in the Senate impeachment trial on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller more drastic steps taken in China as the death toll from a corona virus grows Iran signals it's open to negotiations with the U. S. it's ten thirty one the White House defense team is just begun delivering opening arguments and president trump's impeachment trial WTOP is Mitchel Miller joins us live now from Capitol Hill the Senate will convene is a court of impeachment Chief Justice John Roberts opening the trial of the president this morning for the first time the president's legal team is now offering up a defense of the president against articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress White House counsel Patsy baloney began by directly addressing the senators in the chamber we don't believe that they have come anywhere close to meeting their burden for what they're asking you to do and sit baloney says their presentation will lead to a critical conclusion you will find that the president did absolutely nothing wrong the president's attorneys are focusing on a rough transcript of president trump's call to the leader of Ukraine and maintain that the president never sought to condition aid to Ukraine on an investigation of his political rivals as house Democrats have alleged if also played a clip of Adam Schiff from the impeachment hearings when he paraphrased the president's call the arguments are expected to last two to three hours reporting live on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news meanwhile president trump is again defending the phone call with Ukraine's president that's a major part of the Democrats impeachment case the president is accused of pressuring the Ukrainian president to investigate a political rival on that call when.

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