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Voting Rights and D.C. Statehood Lead 58th Anniversary of March on Washington
"Of the march on Washington. Voting rights activists from across the country gathering downtown to mark the occasion with another March and rally. This year's event is called the March on for Washington with the March in D. C aimed at raising support for a new federal voting rights law as well as D C. Statehood, But Piper D C. Statehood. It's certainly a fight for voting rights, and that's why this march is so vital. Jamal holds his elite organizer for 51 for 51, which advocates for D. C. Statehood were not just marching. All Washington were also march of poor Washington. The event begins at eight a.m. downtown. With a walk from McPherson Square to Black Lives Matter Plaza were March off around 9 45 10. O'clock will land at the National Mall. Speakers on the mall include Martin Luther King, the third D. C. Mayor, Muriel Bowser and a litany of Democratic lawmakers and others. John Doman w T.
Maryland, Virginia to Require Vaccines for State Employees
"Both Maryland and Virginia will require some state employees to be vaccinated against Covid 19. In Maryland. This will only apply to workers in several dozen shared housing facilities in Virginia. The order replies to all state employees. In both states, workers who refused to get vaccinated will have to submit to regular covid testing. Unvaccinated state employees in Maryland will also have to wear masks and Montgomery and Prince George's County's made their own decisions to reinstate indoor mask mandates this weekend in the district Mayor Muriel Bowser has not yet made a decision on mandating the vaccine for city government workers. Meantime, new
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's Mask Gaffe Spotlights Gray Areas of Mandate
"How about the mayor washington. Dc bush's epecial work. Muriel bowser she. Of course is one of the mega locked down. Mayors one of the blue bloods one of the the blue cities district of columbia mayor. And of course as we've seen over and over again the left is real big into rules for the not for me. Bowser was spotted mask lists indoors less than twenty four hours after she ordered everyone to were mask for everyone over two years old. Regardless of vaccination status bows office told fox news the wedding ceremony. She officiated saturday night. Apparently without a mask was outdoors on a rooftop and she wore a mask indoors. In compliance with the mandate the washington examiner however took a photo of her sitting indoors without a mask on and the photographer reported she was not actively eating or drinking when the photo was taken everybody it seems is revolting against mashed mandates even the people implementing them even even the politicians implementing the mash mandates. Aren't following them.
DC Police Identify 6-Year-Old Killed by Gun Violence
"Weather alert station through the evening New tonight. Police have now identified the six year old who was shot and killed last night in Southeast D. C. Her name was Nadia Courtney and she was to start first grade this fall. Five others were also shot but are expected to be OK. At a press conference, D c police chief Robert Conte and Mayor Muriel Bowser called for an end to gun violence. So I am asking That we all stand together and say no more. I am sick and tired of being sick and tired. Niall was killed. Somebody else could be killed tonight. Somebody else could be killed the next night because too many people are willing to use guns of reward of up to $60,000 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. Keisha James. W. T O P. NEWS I'm Nick Pinelli. This latest case involving a six year old girl being killed follows a very disturbing trend in the area, marking the fourth child under eight years old to be shot over the past few months in D. C. Alone In May, a seven year old girl was shot and seriously injured while playing outside in Northeast a few weeks after that a five year old boy was left with serious injuries after he was shot outside his home near Logan Circle. Earlier this month. On the Fourth of July, There was another shooting involving a young child as a five year old boy, playing in his Columbia Heights
Biden to Meet With Local Leaders to Discuss Gun Violence
"Together with D C Mayor Muriel Bowser and other city leaders from around the country this afternoon they were talking about reducing Crime, also joining the group Attorney General America, Garland and New York's likely next mayor, Democrat Eric Adams, a former police officer during the White House meeting, the president said the ready availability of illegal guns remains an obvious problem. There's no one size fits all approach. We know there are some things that work. And the first of those who works is stemming the flow of firearms used to commit violent crimes. Shootings and killings are up all around the nation, with local leaders and police struggling to manage the violence. That's balloon during the coronavirus pandemic for more
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"Next week, Mayor Muriel Bowser appointed Smith to run the lab in 2015. However, it was under her leadership that the crime lab's firearms examination unit fell under scrutiny for a serious of ballistics errors that eventually led to a now ongoing criminal investigation into how managers handled the error. Amid accusations they pressured analysts to change findings and cover up discrepancies because of that the lab lost accreditation May 2nd Last week, Attorney General Karl Racine and Council member Charles Allen called for new leadership of the lab. Allen said in a statement. Quote new leadership will allow the agency a chance to chart a path back to being the independent and trusted laboratory. The city needs Meghan Cloherty w T o P. NEWS AH High level meeting continues today between Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. And it's taking place in Iceland Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U. S. Is concerned about actions by Russia, including military deployments in a near Ukraine, punishment of dissident Alexei Navalny, and it's imprisonment of Americans, Paul We live and Trevor Reid, Blinking says the U. S. Wants a more stable and more predictable relationship with Moscow. Russia's Lavrov spoke of building bridges and more dialogue with the U. S. And sorting through what he called the rubble left over from previous U. S administrations. Peter King CBS News. There's a divisive issue and divisive issue before the D C council. Right now it's a proposed tax on sodas and some people are unsure if they can and if it can achieve its objectives. If passed, the bill would add a woman. Half cent per ounce excise tax on any sugary drinks, but others are not sold on the bill and think it will not be an effective measure. Guy. Bentley is a consumer researcher with the reason Foundation in California, which introduced to say the tax experienced a 9.6% reduction in soda sales in the first year, But sales and surrounding area rose 7% self reported soda consumption did not change. Well, Gregor the beauty Opie knows Up ahead here in money news. What companies? Ticker symbol is Wolf. I'm Jeff label guess, But after you tell me it's 9 53, looking to hire indeed will help you speed up the process..
What to Know About Updated Mask Guidance in DC Area
"D. C is making yet another change to its mask mandate for fully vaccinated people Mayor Muriel Bowser, reversing an indoor mass guidance she issued just last night. Earlier, Bowser stated that fully vaccinated people could shed their masks while walking through common areas of their apartments, condos or co ops fully vaccinated. People also allowed to enter businesses without masks all those of the portions of the Friday night order that were reversed this afternoon. Under today's order, fully vaccinated people can on Lee shed their masks indoors at small private gatherings. New guidance from the CDC says vaccinated people can safely remove their masks out. Doors unless they're at a crowded event. In a one on one interview, Dr Anthony Fauci broke down the announcement with W. T. O P s Meghan Cloherty. The risk of getting infected outdoors is very, very low, and I passed people being on the C and O canal or in my neighborhood, and you see them alone without anybody within 100 yards of them wearing a mask. It's a step in the right direction. But if I'm vaccinated, shouldn't I be able to do more than just the outside without a mask on? I think a lot of people are wondering when I'm going to be able to doom or inside, you know, it's really going to depend on two things. The level of virus dynamics in your community and the relative number of people that are vaccinated. See our whole interview with Dr Fauci on w t o p dot com and what he says about when you can lose the mascot
5 people shot, 2 dead after shooting in Southeast Washington DC quintuple shooting
"Shot to death. Three others wounded in an afternoon shooting in the Southeast D C neighborhood or gun violence is all too familiar. W T. O P is Dick Uliano has our story tonight? Acting D C police chief Robert Kat. He says a man and woman are dead. Two men and a woman suffered non life threatening injuries in the shooting of Congress and Savanna Street southeast on arrival to the scene. We located several victims. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the block has had high levels of gun violence. Unfortunately, I've been at this location before. Police are asking for the public's help in finding those responsible. Ward eight council member tray on, White says he's heartbroken. He personally knows most of the shooting victims. Hot is trouble. I just think we as a community have to do better. The Stars were self in
Bowser celebrates 16th Street bus lane project; kicks off paving season for Washington DC
"It's officially paving season in the nation's capital Between now and the fall, The DC Transportation Department will pave more than 85 miles of roadway. It will also repair alleys and sidewalks across all eight wards. Mayor Muriel Bowser kicked off the season with a news conference at the construction site of the 16th Street Northwest Bus Lane, the mayor says a dedicated bus lane On that street will be a game changer is going to make travel up and down the quarter faster and more efficient for everybody who uses it. That bustling will be opening by spring of next year. It's all the more reason this spring and then summer to stay close to W T O P for traffic and weather on the eight with all with all of these paving projects that you may need to
Washington, DC Mayor Bowser reflects on year of COVID-19 — and looks to the future
"Been a little more than a year now, since the first recorded cases of coronavirus in the area wt. Opie's Meghan Clarity speaks with DC's mayor, Muriel Bowser, about restrictions still in place as we continue our coverage of covert 19 1 year later, a year after covert hit the region, D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is doing what she calls him light lifting of restrictions. But when it comes to sports, one group is being treated differently. They are being singled out because we want to keep them safe. High school coaches and athletes have complained about adult rec leagues and Even the gnats playing while they cannot, But for now, teens are only allowed to practice and condition together because what we saw in the high school sports and the behavior in and around high school sports were dangerous for kids and families. The mayor believes that students support as a whole is stronger than before the pandemic. Having our whole system switched to a virtual environment for so many months, we've learned a lot about Learning and teaching and training and what families need. See my full interview with the mayor and get more detail on the restrictions in place that w t o p dot com
Washington DC Mayor Bowser reflects on year of COVID-19 — and looks to the future
"Would not have believed one year ago that a worldwide covert pandemic would provide the opportunity to rethink just how DC operates. But as part of our look back here, a double duty opiate the last year our own Meghan clarity reports this morning, the mayor is reflecting on regional partnerships and what New downtown experience might look like Mayor Muriel Bowser says she's proud of the district's response to the pandemic. But looking back that the region could have worked to present a united response. When it came to restrictions and mandates. It would have been my great hope that the counties that surrounds us would have been and more lockstep. Um, to be perfectly honest, because this virus doesn't know borders. While she says each leader did not react the same way to health data, the pandemic has forced the region to rethink how it comes back, How we use our streets, how we can support and repurpose vacant businesses how we can attract new industry. So all of these things Are different, but they present opportunities. Read more and see my interview with Mayor Bowser
Washington DC to launch COVID-19 vaccine preregistration website Wednesday
"Getting registered for a vaccine and D C will soon be easier for those eligible to get a shot. The city is rolling out its pre registration website and call center Wednesday that will replace the first come, first served appointment website that consistently crashed under a flood of demand. D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser says the system will prioritize vaccine appointment invitations based on need at this time. The order in which you register does not affect the Order in which you will be offered an invitation to insure equity. The non transferrable invitations will go to those 65 older those ages, 18 to 64 with qualifying conditions and eligible workers, all who will be prioritized by ZIP code. Meanwhile, Bowser asks residents not to flood the pre registration site to avoid a repeat of technical issues. Users had trying to claim a shot on the previous portal. This system is meant for you to have that frustration wants that week after week. Megan Cloherty w T o P
Washington, DC working through vaccine pre-registration issues
"Getting registered for a vaccine in the district will soon be easier for those eligible to get a shot. The city is rolling out its pre registration website and call center Wednesday that will replace the first come, first served appointment website that consistently crashed under a flood of demand. D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the system will prioritize vaccine appointment invitations based on need at this time. The order in which you register does not affect the order in which you will be Offered an invitation to insure equity. The non transferrable invitations will go to those 65 older those ages, 18 to 64 with qualifying conditions and eligible workers, all who will be prioritized by ZIP code. Meanwhile, Bowser asks residents not to flood the pre registration site to avoid a repeat of technical issues. Users had trying to claim a shot on the previous portal. This system is meant for you to have that frustration wants that week
Sister of D.C mayor dies of COVID-19 complications
"The Cove it 19 pandemic has hit home for D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and her family the mayor sharing that they lost her sister to complications from the coronavirus. Muriel Bowser says in a statement that she and her family are mourning the loss of her 64 year old sister Mercia. Quote. Mercia was loved immensely and will be missed greatly as she joins the Legion of Angels, who have gone home too soon due to the pandemic, thousands oldest sibling and on Lee, sister work to care for Children and seniors and those with behavioral disorders through Catholic charities and DC's office on Aging. Hauser. Thank the doctors and nurses at Washington Hospital Center who quote heroically treated her for covert 19 related pneumonia until her death.
Washington DC Mayor Bowser's sister dies from COVID-19
"Who has led the district through the pandemic is now sharing the news that she lost her sister today due to complications from covert 19. Story from W. T O peacemaking. Clark, Do you see Mayor Muriel Bowser's oldest sibling, and on Lee, Sister Mercia passed away from covert 19 related pneumonia? Ah, little more than a week before 65th birthday, The eldest Bowser daughter will be remembered for her service to Catholic charities and DC's office on Aging, where she quote worked tirelessly for Children, the elderly and those with behavioral disorders until her retirement and beyond. This, according to the mayor's personal statement, where she thanked the doctors and nurses at Washington Hospital Center who cared for Mercia until her death. Meghan
Washington, DC mayor sets ‘day of remembrance’ for lives lost to COVID-19
"News. There is another tragic milestone today and it's in the district. The city's covert death toll has now topped 1000. So Mayor Muriel Bowser has declared this a day of remembrance for the lives lost to covert 19. She's encouraging houses of worship in D. C. To honor the dead and 6 P.m. Mayor Bowser calls those lost beautiful souls who were grand parents, parents, siblings, cousins, neighbors, classmates, colleagues, friends and loved ones. This week, the mayor ordered flags to be lowered to half staff to mark the nation's death toll, which topped 500,000 in both Maryland and Virginia. Nearly 8000 people have died from
Washington DC mayor sets day of remembrance for lives lost to COVID-19
"After the nation marked a half million miles stone in the Coen Cove it D. C as we have reached the benchmark of its own three women ages 67 73 79 all lost their battles with the virus yesterday, bringing the city's total to 1001. It's prompted, Mayor Muriel Bowser proclaimed. Today is a day of remembrance. In a statement, she says today we pray for the lives lost and send our love. To every person and family impacted by this virus and commit ourselves to continuing to work together. City flags are flying at half staff in the mayor's encouraging houses of worship. Toe hold ceremonies at six tonight to honor the 1000 lives. Lost John
Washington DC Residents With Medical Conditions Can Get Covid-19 Vaccines Starting in March
"Vaccinations were expanded to include job specific residents like those who work in manufacturing. But on March 1st, many more will be able to get in line, according to Mayor Muriel Bowser, D C. Residents 16 to 64 with qualifying medical conditions when it comes to how they'll know who qualifies individuals will self a test when they register D c. Health director. Doctor look wandering, Nesbit says. They're using the System. She also says when it comes to the district's covert situation, the number of cases has been trending downward consistently. However, she's only being cautiously optimistic, given that we do not yet know what the impact of variants that have the potential to be more dominant in the U. S. Will be Shell Morello W. T. O P. News hopes were dashed today after regional leaders alarmed that the federal government will not grant a request
Bowser declares Washington DC gun violence a public health crisis in new order
"C Mayor Muriel Bowser is trying a new approach to reducing gun violence in the city. I am signing a mayor's ordered that recognizes gun violence is a public health crisis and with that bouncer creates a gun Violence prevention emergency. Operation Center, one staffed by a team of the best and brightest and D C government in emergency management, education and job training, mental health, housing and government services. As your hopes the whole government approach will reduce the shooting victim rate that rose by a third last year. Parents have buried their Children. Children are growing up without parents and our community is suffering John Matthews on W. M A. L and W e mail dot com and
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"At a 31 president elect Joe Biden will be inaugurated and he'll be named the president of the United States later today to ensure the best security 12 National Guard members. Will not be there because of concerns about their background found in an investigation by the FBI, Washington D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says that's not enough not only to be removed from this duty, they need to be removed from the guard. At least two of the guardsmen were punished for inappropriate comments. All 25,000 guard troops were vetted. Inauguration coverage begins at 11 this morning. Right here on 93. W. B C President Trump leaving the White House this hour. In a farewell message Tuesday, he said the economy of the United States has a bright future. America outperformed other countries economically because of our incredible economy and the economy that we build. Both he and first lady Melania Trump flying to Palm Beach in the Mar, a Lago resort that he is called the Winter White House. Former Indiana governor Mike Pence is the vice president for only a little while longer after he attends Biden's inauguration. Pence will head back to Columbus later today, which is where he's from. He's supposed to arrive around three o'clock. Kamila Harris is about to become the vice president. She will escort pence to his motorcade after the ceremony. So what is Biden have planned for when he takes office by the close of business today, stopping border wall construction, rejoining the Paris climate accord, ending at the travel ban on people coming into this country from majority Muslim countries and launching a 100 Day masking challenge requiring masks for everybody on federal property or traveling across State lines. That is gonna happen with a quick series of 17 executive actions or orders for federal agencies to take action this afternoon following a 30 minute 20 to 30 Minutes speech. The by individuals tell us is going to look forward but also fold in some of the lines that worked well for him on the campaign trail. That's Fox is Peter Doocy, also reporting that one of the orders will focus on stopping construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The mega Million's continues to grow. Ashley Fowler reports No 11 Tuesday night's drawing, which means the jackpot. It is now. $970 million. It's the biggest jackpot and more than two years tonight's Powerball drawing is worth 730 million. It's the first time both lottery jackpots have talked to $700 million. Ashley Fowler 93. W I. B C Mobile NEW NFL REFEREES Sarah Thomas will be the first woman ever to officiate a Super Bowl. The NFL announcing this week that Thomas will be the game's down, judge. NFL executive Troy Vincent says Thomas's elite performance has earned her the right to referee in Super Bowl 55. She was also the first woman to officiate an NFL playoff game two years ago. I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com. It's 8 33 and let's go to traffic Early with Paul Boat in Los In a crash on 69. If you're heading 69 south bound that ramp from self on 69 to 4 65 South bound,.
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the nation's capital was caught flat footed when President Trump's diehard supporters storm the U. S Capitol. What we saw here last week is that we didn't take it seriously enough. We'd never believed that so called Patriots would attempt to overthrow their government. Men and kill police officers. But that's exactly what happened. I was who told NBC's Meet the press. While inaugural Security is very tight, she is concerned about any violence that could spill into residential neighborhoods. She says Law enforcement is on guard and could quickly respond. Fewer than 200 Inaugural protesters are expected at two different sites in D. C on inauguration day. Near the National Archives and near the Canadian Embassy. Members of President Trump's failed presidential campaign played key roles in orchestrating the rally that spawned the deadly assault on the U. S. Capitol. The Associated Press has a review of records undercuts claims that the protest was Grass roots. The permits for the rally on the Ellipse lists more than a half dozen people in staff positions from the Trump reelection campaign. Others on site had close ties to the White House. Coming up here on w T. O p Russia's leading critic of the Kremlin is arrested 9 33. University.
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the capital and other government sites will be secure. But it goes beyond that for local and federal law enforcement in the United States Army Quite frankly, also has a plan to have it if we have any attacks in our neighborhood. Mayor Bowser on NBC's meet the Press, said the threat of politically motivated violence means this security could last a while. We definitely don't want to see armed troops on our streets, but we do have to take a different posture. Some say. Not since after 9 11 has this level of security been seen in Washington, Fox is Colonel Scott. The president elect is expected to make an appeal for unity in his inaugural address. I think what you'll hear from President elect Biden on Wednesday will be a reflection of a lot of what you heard from him on the campaign trail, which is that He believes we can bring this country together. He believes that we have to bring this country together that ah unified America eyes the only way that we're gonna be able to tackle the massive crises that were grappling with incoming White House communications Director Kate Bedingfield on ABC s this week with George Stephanopoulos with coronavirus deaths in the U. S approaching 400,000. Biden vowing rapid steps to beat the pandemic. One of his goals administer 100 million doses of the vaccine in his 1st 100 days on the job ever. There was a clarion call for people to put aside. Vaccine hesitancy If we can get you know the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated, we'd be in very good shape and could beat even the mute Dr Anthony Fauci on NBC's meet the Press, adding he thinks Biden's benchmark for 100 million doses is a doable thing. America is listening to Fox News Mrs. Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson. Here's what's trending on the high hard sports network presented by Universal Windows Direct divisional round of the NFL playoff set to continue its Baker Mayfield in the Cleveland Browns heading to Arrowhead Burn FC showdown against Patrick My Homes in the Super Bowl champ Kansas City Chiefs. And tonight, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will head to New Orleans. They'll take on Drew Brees and the Saints and some big 10 News. Ohio State Buckeyes senior running back Trace sermon has announced he's entering this year's NFL draft..
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on 600 WREC
"C A new normal for Capitol security. Police A. Brady Fox News Washington, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, alluding to that a security continues to ramp up for next week's inauguration, Bowser says it won't all just go away. After that. We all have to think about a new posture. We certainly have to think about a new posture in City. So while we're focused on January, the 20th were also focused on January, the 21st and every day there after in the nation's capital up to 25,000 National Guard troops are now authorized to help secure the inaugural events. The FBI continues to identify and arrest rioters who storms the Capitol building last week. Dozens have already been charged. Acting U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin says some of the suspects may be current or former law enforcement officials who were off duty at the time. We don't care. What your profession is who you are who you're affiliated with. If you were conducting or engaged in criminal activity, we will charge you and you will be arrested. Multiple agencies are investigating security failures. So are the inspectors general from Homeland Security, the Justice Department and the Pentagon. I'm told from Army officials is welcomes. They feel that once people understand their point of view and where they were positioned in what they were requested to do, they will understand why the National Guard was not there sooner. Thanks. Jennifer Griffin in D C, where the mayor had initially requested only about 300 National Guard troops for traffic duty as Congress met to certify the election results. President elect Joe Biden just offering more details about his plan to fight covert and speed up vaccinations, including new community vaccination centers, supported by FEMA and using the Defense production act to maximum supply, maximize supplies of the vaccine and related equipment. He just said again..
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Washington D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, alluding to that a security continues to ramp up for next week's inauguration, Bowser says it won't all just go away. After that. We all have to think about a new posture. We certainly have to think about a new posture in the city. So while we're focused on January, the 20th We're also focused on January, the 21st and every day there after in the nation's capital up to 25,000 National Guard troops are now authorized to help secure the inaugural events. The FBI continues to identify and arrest rioters who storms the Capitol building last week. Dozens have already been charged. Acting U. S. Attorney, Michael Sherwin says some of the suspects may be current or former law enforcement officials who were off duty at the time. We don't care what your profession is. Who you are, who you're affiliated with. If you were conducting or engaged in criminal activity, we will charge you and you will be arrested. Multiple agencies are investigating security failures. So are the inspectors general from Homeland Security, the Justice Department and the Pentagon. I'm told from Army officials is welcomes. They feel that once people understand their point of view and where they were positioned and what they were requested to do, they will understand why the National Guard was not there sooner. Thanks to Jennifer Griffin in D. C, where the main Had initially requested only about 300 National Guard troops for traffic duty as Congress met to certify the election results. President elect Joe Biden just offering more details about his plan to fight covert and speed up vaccinations, including new community vaccination centers, supported by FEMA and using the Defense production act to.
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has made her pick for the city's next police chief. The Washington Post says the mayor has decided against a national search and we'll name Robert County, the third as the city's new chief. 48 year old Conti is now an assistant chief in charge of the homicide unit and other units dealing with nonviolent and violent crimes. He's been on the force for 31 years, he joined as a cadet when he was still in high school. Opposed reports. Conti grew up in the Carver Langston neighborhood of Northeast D. C during the crack cocaine of epidemic in the late eighties. 73 cadets at the U. S Military Academy at West Point have been accused of cheating in an online calculus exam. Those cadets have been taking classes and exams online because of the Corona virus pandemic. The academy says that they were accused of cheating on the exam in May after instructors noticed irregularities in some of the answers. All except one of the accused were part of the 1200 member freshman class 55 cadets have admitted cheating and have been enrolled in the six month rehab program focused on ethics. They'll be on probation for the rest of their time. At West Point, Black Service members in the air Force are far more likely to be investigated, Arrested, face disciplinary action and be discharged for misconduct. That's the conclusion of a new reports on racial disparities across the service. The Air Force inspector general's report on Black Service members shows a third saying they don't get the same opportunities is whites. Nearly half of all black officers say they've experienced racism or discrimination? More than half of all Black service members say they don't get the same benefit of the doubt, as do white. With a single mistake, often becoming a career killer. More than 123,000. People responded to surveys. The're force says it needs to do better. Peter King CBS News Up ahead We'll take a look at the new strain of coronavirus making its way through Britain. 7 37 things. They're just true. Like your local Geico agent could save you hundreds and also clowns make terrible hair stylists. That should do really do it. Take a look and tell me what you think. You.
"mayor muriel bowser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"5 30. I'm Barbara Bread D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser today not saying much about the departure of longtime police chief Peter Newsom or the search for a new chief Last week, We learned the D C police, too. Peter Newsom will leave the department to the conference, William County's police chief today Mayor Muriel Bowser was asked to cope in 19 press conference. If Newsome would stay in the city through the presidential inauguration January 20th. I haven't made. I don't have that timeline set yet when asked if she was looking to hire someone within the department or someone on the outside. I don't really have anything more to say about it right now. She said She talked Maura about it after she names an interim chief. No indication when That will happen. Haven't heard a sound W M a L and W m a l dot com Chief. Newsome is expected to begin his new role as the top cop in Prince William County starting February, 1st. The Senate is back in session with time running out on the lame deck agenda to pass him coronavirus relief for struggling Americans and small businesses. Bipartisan desire for another round of Corona virus related stimulus before the end of the year, But partisan gridlock has stalled any emerging legislation. We want small businesses that have already hung on for most of the year to survive. A few more months, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pushing for a targeted approach totaling about half a trillion dollars. Democrats let in the Senate by truck, Schumer say that's far from sufficient as economic needs have grown, preferring more than $2 trillion in funding. We need to come together, both sides must give. Congress is also facing a December 11th deadline to fund government. And avoid a shutdown in Washington. Jared Halpern Fox NEWS Maryland governor, Larry Hogan, already petitioning the projected president elect from or covert.
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"Hero shows President Trump went to Kenosha, and the message was pretty obvious, but the media decided to ignore it. Anyway. On the one side, you have the belief that America is inherently a good place and on the other, you have a belief that America is inherently bad place. No Trump may not understand. The deep roots of American philosophy, history or culture that I talk about my book how to destroy America in three easy steps, but he does have a gut level feeling that America is inherently a pretty good place. And the Democrats have about level feeling that America is, in essence, a pretty horrible place when they pay lip service to the declaration of Independence is not because they believe the declaration of Independence embodies true American values. It's because they believe that the declaration of Independence is as Nicole Hannah Jones has described it a live one written They believe that the founders were racist. They believe that it's time to get rid of American history because American history is replete with cruelty and violence. There's a reason why a D C committee recommended stripping the names of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Francis Scott Key and others from city government buildings. Committee reporting to D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser has recommended renaming dozens of public schools, parks and government buildings in the nation's capital, including those name for seven U. S presidents after studying the historical namesakes connection to slavery and oppression. In fact, They suggested adding plaques or other context to some of the most famed federal locals in the city, including the Washington Monument. Supposedly they wanted to. They recommended either moving, tearing down or re contextualizing The Washington Monument. So great. We'll just pick up the entire giant thing and we'll just move it somewhere Perfect. Then the White House rebuked the Bowser administration, and they removed the recommendations dealing with federal monuments. On Tuesday evening, the White House statement called Muriel Bowser erratically liberal mayor of Washington, D C, which is true. I mean, she literally spent city resource is to paint the block with the slogan Black Lives matter, then renamed Black Lives Matter Plaza, which is just I'm sorry, absurd. She said she thought they said she ought to be ashamed for even suggesting revisions to the monuments. Listen to how The Washington Post describes this Revisions to the marble monuments dedicated to presidents who were in slavers. Okay? If that's what you learned, as like the chief important thing about Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, you're doing American wrong. White House and President Trump believes these places should be preserved, not torn down, respected, not hated and passed on for generations to come. So Mayor Bowser pulled down the 24 page report, and they shrank into 23 pages. The page listing a federal sites the committee identified is needing additional context was then it missing and then went missing. This is not a shock. This is in fact deep rooted philosophy. Unfortunately of one entire political party in the United States. They just don't like saying that part out loud. Do they understand? The Americans don't particularly like it. Okay, so have a conflict division's president. Trump goes to Kenosha highlight that conflict envisions and what the media focused on the fact that Trump that riff on soup cans. He's talking about Antifa President Trump has this weird, bizarre. And a fixation on stories that he hears. Somebody will tell him they were on a plane with a bunch of antifa members, and it turns into there's a painting of the black clad people who are actually running the Biden campaign. Okay, and then Trump did the same thing with soup cans. This is It's silly. But is this really the headline from from visiting Kenosha? Apparently us. This is what trended all day on Twitter because the important thing is that Trump said a silly thing about soup cans. Not that a city has Been viciously burned and looted by a bunch of people who plan on voting for Joe Biden. There was from talking about soup cans. And then they have cans of soup. Soap. And they throw the cans of soup. That's better than a brick because you can't throw a brick. It's too heavy. But I can assume you could really put some power into that right. And then when they get caught, they said, Oh, this is soup for my family. So understand.
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"Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Francis Scott Key and others from city government buildings. Committee reporting to D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser has recommended renaming dozens of public schools parks in government buildings in the nation's capital, including those name for seven U. S presidents after studying the historical namesakes connection to slavery and oppression. In fact, They suggested adding plaques or other context to some of the most famed federal locals in the city, including the Washington Monument. Supposedly they wanted to. They recommended either moving, tearing down or re contextualizing The Washington Monument. So great. We'll just pick up the entire giant thing and we'll just move it similar perfect. Then the White House rebuked the Bowser administration, and they removed the recommendations dealing with federal monuments. On Tuesday evening, a White House statement called Muriel Bowser radically liberal mayor of Washington, D. C, which is true. I mean, she literally spent city resource is to paint the block with the slogan Black Lives matter, then renamed Black Lives Matter Plaza, which is just I'm sorry, absurd. She said she thought they said she ought to be ashamed for even suggesting revisions to the monuments. Listen to how The Washington Post describes this Revisions to the marble monuments dedicated to presidents who were in slavers. Okay? If that's what you learned, as like the chief important thing about Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, you're doing American wrong. White House and President Trump believe these places should be preserved, not torn down, respected, not hated and passed on for generations to come. So Mayor Bowser pulled down the 24 page report, and they shrank into 23 pages. The page listing a federal sites the committee identified is needing additional context was then missing and then went missing. This is not a shock. This is in fact deep rooted philosophy. Unfortunately of one entire political party in the United States. They just don't like saying that part out loud because they understand that Americans don't particularly like it. Okay? We have a conflict Visions. President Trump goes to Kenosha highlight that conflict envisions. And what the media focused on the fact that Trump did riff on soup cans He's talking about Antifa President Trump Has this weird, bizarre. And a fixation on stories that he hears. Somebody will tell him they were on a plane with a bunch of antifa members. And it turns into there's a painting of the black pride. People who actually running the Biden campaign, and then Trump did the same thing with soup cans. This is It's silly. What is this? Really? The headline from from visiting Kenosha? Apparently, yes. This is what trended all day on Twitter because the important thing is that Trump said a silly thing about soup cans, not the city has been Viciously burned and looted by a bunch of people who plan on voting for Joe Biden. There was Trump talking about soup cans. And then they have cans of soup. Soap, and they throw the cans of soup That's better than a brick because you can't throw a brick. It's too heavy. A can of soup. You can really put some power into that right? And then when they get caught, they said, Oh, this is soup from my family. They're so understand. This is for my family. It's incredible. And you have people coming over with bags of so big bands and they laid in the ground and the anarchist taken and they start throwing it at our cops at our police. And it hit you. That's worse than the brick is. It's got force. It's the perfect size. It's like made perfect. So people, of course. Like what? They're calling a Super Nancy. Of course, you could see that one coming. And why is he talking about soup and Campbell soup was trending in all of us. Okay, So is that a silly little clip? Yes. Does that Does that vitiate the point that he's making, which is that they're dangerous people who are throwing rocks, bottles, cans of soup at the cops. It's a real thing. I mean, they actually do, bro cans of soup of the cops. Apparently, that's the only thing that's the takeaway now. Meanwhile, the violence just continues in America's major cities just continues night tonight. President Trump He's have listen. We'd love to help Portland. They won't want to help them. And here's President. Trump would love to help really love to help Portland. Cause we could solve their problems so easily..
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"1 Day After a report recommended that D C asked the federal government to consider renaming removing or contextualizing, the Washington Monument and other federal landmarks D. C is no longer including them in its recommendations, renaming federal locations like the Washington Element or the Jefferson Memorial quote. Not on my watch, not going to happen. Tweeted the secretary of the interior David Bernhardt. He was responding to a working groups list of 150 locations, including schools, streets and some federal assets. The D. C. Could rename or request the federal government rename Remover Contextualized, the Working group found the locations are named for historic figures with ties to slavery or oppression. After Mayor Muriel Bowser's office released that list, the White House issued a statement calling her quote radically liberal and said the president feels these places should be preserved. In a statement, the mayor says she asked the working group to quote refine their recommendations to focus on local D c Meghan Cloherty. W T O P News. The Government Accountability Office says it will honor a request made by DC congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton. To study community noise around Reagan National Airport, and that's because the FAA is putting in place a modernization project. Norton says. Any change in the flight paths Khun dramatically affect the amount of airplane noise in the district and excessive airplane noise can have negative effects on health and comfort. Dulles and B W Marshall were already selected to be included in that noise impact study. There's more fallout from the pandemic. We're learning that the nation's capital is expecting a 50% drop in visitors this year, which will badly hurt jobs and revenue. We're also hearing more about plans to get people back into the city. Prior to the pandemic. We were consistently breaking Visitor Records, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, welcoming more than 20 million visitors to Washington, D C each year, But for 2020 about 11 million domestic visitors are expected. According to the group Destination D. C. But the nice thing about Washington and the thing in which we're going to be focusing on is the fact that we've got 50 million people that live within a four hour drive of Washington, D. C. Elliot Ferguson is the president and CEO of Destination DC As we're looking at our marketing for 2021, we're going to be focusing on that market. John Aaron w. T. O P News, social distancing is still a priority. That means we're expecting to see some new trends. When it comes to travel this Labour Day weekend Labor Day, I think will be longer a little last minute and outside this year, Mel Doman with Expedia Group says this year road trips will be a major preference overflights. We've seen that largely because of state and local travel restrictions. I think travelers do you want to stick closer to home. If something were to happen, they have this sense of safety and control and there's been a jump in vacation rental bookings like cabins, cottages in And I believe that you can really attribute that to people wanting more social distance friendly lodging options, she says. Due to a jump in last minute bookings, it's important to secure your plan sooner than later. Melissa how w. T O P. NIS Some people are getting out of town early and some may end up having to pay up. Most people heading out earlier driving in part because of the pandemic, So that means state and local police are already out looking for unsafe drivers. Maryland.
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"Not tonight, Mayor Muriel Bowser's has this afternoon. She's going to wait until July 31st to make her decision. She says The trends in the district covert 19 data are not ideal. D C. Public schools Chancellor Lewis Farabee says he expects to announce some decisions in two weeks. That will give parents a lot of flexibility. Families who want tohave in person instruction have the ability to choose a hybrid motto. And in all suitability toe offer a virtual only instructional motto for those students who have experienced success in a virtual only option and would like to continue that for the 2021 school year. Bowser says The reason July 31st was chosen as a date for the decision is that the school system will need at least that much time to prepare for the new school Year. D. C school year is set to start Monday, August 31st the DC State Athletic Association says it's postponed all interscholastic athletic Until January. That means no football this fall Basketball, indoor track and field and cheerleading will have a first practice date. December 14th and competition will happen from January 4th 2 February 28th. We have a comprehensive list of what area school systems are doing this fall. What we know so far. Just go w t o p dot com and search schools. Still ahead on w t o P. You may say I don't need a new book to tell me how to vote. I've been voting for years and decades. But there's a lot of history a lot of importance to voting. This election will talk to a constitutional law professor out with a new book coming up in minutes as agencies continued to adapt so unprecedented challenges. One thing is clear. We accomplished more by working together. Open source. Communities are predicting hospital workloads, three d printing medical devices and building full testing labs around the world.
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"Our city Mayor Muriel Bowser says she's heartbroken and outraged at the killing of 11 year old Davon McNeil on July 4th. They want answers. Sometimes people want revenge. Which were also very concerned about people want is just to stop DC Police say the boy died and his mother crystals arms shot in the head. Del McFadden with DCs Neighborhood safety office says Davon was shot after his mother's piece cookout in Cedar Gardens in Southie having an event sponsored by violence, interrupters. Have the child of a violence interrupter killed it all makes us feel powerless to stop gun violence, and that's what we have to fight against. Megan Cloherty. W T o P News, 11 05 here on W GOP. All six people suspected in the killing of a weak man are linked to M s 13 and we're in the U. S. Illegally of the time in the murder, The Washington Post reports. That's what federal immigration officials have to say. 29 year old Francisco Medrano compost. Not outside department Back in May, according to court records, Gang members surveilled the victim's movements, and they knew what time the house painter left for work. The motive appears to have been an earlier dispute that Medrano is Campos had with one of the suspects off the suspects. Alleged break in and Medrano composes apartments, federal offices welcoming back workers now that pandemic restrictions or being lifted, But not everyone's happy about. Federal workers are voicing concern about cycling away from Tele work and back in Two routines of taking public transportation and returning to offices. Now, the USDA tells federal news Network employees will be given seven days notice before being asked to return, adding So far, there's no phase three reopening date for the national capital.
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"DC mayor Muriel Bowser agreed claiming police used tear gas without being provoked president trump promised a strong federal action to keep streets safe amid the protests at a white at the White House the president said if the city or state won't take necessary action to defend the life or property of the residents then he'll send in the military and quickly solve the problem for them lawmakers in Connecticut condemning the president's threat to mobilize the military to quell those protests here's governor Ned Lamont they said what's the matter with you governors how can you not out there you know showing these guys who's boss how come you're not quote dominating the battlefield and that was the message they said Lamont has repeatedly said he's one with the protesters in the stands firmly against police brutality New York City mayor bill de Blasio calling on an officer loses badge after drawing his gun and pointing it at protesters over the weekend the mayor's comments came before a video was released showing a brick being thrown at the head of another officer nearby well here's a sign of the times a new app that lets people suddenly record the police when they're pulled over it's called short cuts and it's got a new add on called police that will let you tells you when you're being pulled over it also notifies an emergency contact and when the recording has stopped that contact gets a copy of the video blood donors in the state will soon know whether they've had the coronavirus like talent spokesperson Brooke way hi Adnan donation something promising that coming out of the Kobe to nineteen that pandemic were helping a lot of patience out there the national blood blank starting screening all donations for covert nineteen antibodies and so far by talon is found about three or fifteen Colorado and Wyoming Hispanic households are reporting symptoms of COPD nineteen thirty percent more than other homes overall one in twelve Hispanic households reported symptoms from late March into late may and officials with the Latino advocacy groups say it could be that Latinos are over represented in jobs that don't allow them to work from home coming up on Colorado's morning news or Denver police doing enough to show support for the peaceful protesters we talk with the police chief and asking those questions next drive right now John Morrissey would sable vehicle.
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"Distance mayor Muriel Bowser's office says in addition to keeping track of how many people are inside their establishments no more than two hundred fifty restaurants and taverns must put a six foot buffer between occupied tables and booths only six people are less conservative walls and bar seating and service to standing patrons must be suspended with Anderson WTOP news we've been hearing about efforts to make more corona virus test test kits available in the short term the shortage means some people will have a hard time getting tested even with a couple million test kits it's a big country we don't have that many tests we spread about the Dr Gary Simon chief of the division of infectious diseases at the George Washington University says doctors have to be careful who they test somebody comes in and says look my neighbor who I know was near somebody who ultimately came down with the illness the neighbor is fine without testing your neighbor gets sick then we consider he says they're testing criteria includes direct exposure to a positive case for symptoms like cough and shortness of breath and some other risk factor like exposure to an infected person more recent travel to a disease hot spots John Aaron WTOP news a staff member at Lynbrook elementary school in Fairfax county has tested positive for coronavirus first Fairfax county public school related case the staff member is recovering at home while the school system is working to identify people who may have come in contact with that staff for the test results must be confirmed by the CDC and all Fairfax county public schools will be closed tomorrow in fact schools throughout the area will be closed coming up traffic and weather and then the we will run down some of the top coronavirus developments that we're following seven oh seven message and data rates may apply individual results very exclusions apply contacts and glasses are such a hassle I'd love to finally get lay sick but I'm going to stop you right there if you want less sick than the Lasix vision institute has officially taken away everything standing in your way isn't Lysyk expensive not at the Lasix vision institute we're offering dramatically low prices as low as two.
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"Rising DC mayor Muriel Bowser says the nation's capital is prepared if Iran retaliates here we are aware of no specific threats to our city mayor Muriel Bowser says given a Ron cyber capabilities the city's technology and homeland security departments are working with federal counterparts to monitor any incoming breaches technology director Lindy Parker so we actually have a remarkably large network a few billion at times every year both from good actors and from bad actors and we've not seen any spike or any I think this is just an additional threat from Iran DC police are increasing security around government buildings and places of worship and say they're in contact with metro police agencies like the US park service protecting our transit and cultural sites Meghan clarity WTOP news millions of homes are expected to enter the real estate market as baby boomers leave their long term properties retirement communities in Phoenix expect to see nearly two thirds of homes at the market by two thousand thirty seven as baby boomers dire move into assisted living Tina tempor with the Crawford report says it's being called the silver tsunami baby boomers are gonna be vacating the town and they're not enough people in the other generations to actually buy them we will see some softening of the market this is over soon on the as likely to hit less popular retirement states the hardest Stephan Kaufman CBS news Prescott Arizona seven fifty four garden editor Mike McGrath you're WTO peak garden plot of the day although the off beat eclectic in libertarian catalog from the jail Hudson company specializes in rare and unusual seeds they carry.
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"Our C mayor Muriel bowser says late night hours need to be restored. When they cut hours a couple of years ago. That plan was only meant to be in place for a couple of years in it sunsets on June the thirtieth. She wants metro to open half an hour later on weekdays at five thirty. So the system could stay open half an hour later until midnight, Montgomery County, executive Mark L. Rich says browsers proposal would negatively impact suburbanites who need to access the system at five AM like they can now have the recurred s&w WMA Allen, WFAN dot com. Kelly's confidence may have healthy R&_B star target underage girls for sexual abuse. That is according to an attorney for two of Kelly's accusers. Prosecutors say the people helping Kelly included a manager who gave the musicians phone number to a sixteen year old girl and urged her to contact him. It's not clear if the manager or anyone else Kelly's inner circle might face charges. All fifty states require that certain professionals report suspicious of child abuse. Mattel has announced its new production. Studio was about to go into production on another iconic toy in July telling us. The deal with Margot Robbie is lucky chap production company for a live action Barbie movie in which Robbie will play the iconic doll. Now Mattel says it's partnering with MGM on another film. This time. View master viewer. The view master some may remember the Henry Fonda commercials. Talk. If you masters fun. You put a real of still shocks in a viewer look through it, and you get three d images, and the story the film, we're told we'll be a family adventure, integrating the old school, turning click device with modern virtual reality technology. No word. However, about whom I star in the film. Jim Roope, Los Angeles, AL, traffic and weather next cruise with Chris Plante along the shores of.