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"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

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02:05 min | 5 months ago

"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

"It was disconnected from the grid for due to fire damage. Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren tells CNN she disagrees with the way the Federal Reserve is fighting inflation. You know what's worse than high prices and a strong economy. It's high prices and millions of people out of work. I'm very worried that the fed is going to tip this economy into recession. NASA says its moon mission is a go for launch tomorrow morning. Hi, Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center. When the Apollo program ended in 1972, it marked the end of an era. Historian John logsdon. I don't think anybody thought it would be another half a century before the next round of exploration would happen. Lodged in was here for the Apollo 11 launch and he remembers the excitement from that day. He says Artemis could create the same kind of excitement. If it's successful, I think it will provide a motivation to keep going. Launch sometime after 8 33 eastern. This is CBS News. If you need to hire, you need indeed. Their end to end hiring system helps you attract interview and hire candidates all in the same place, visit indeed dot com slash credit. 5 O three Sunday August 28th, 2022. Mostly clear skies tonight, 90 headed down to 72. Good afternoon, I'm dick giuliano, top local stories we're following this hour. The school bells will be ringing tomorrow morning in prince George's Montgomery and D.C. public schools in the district students and parents are gearing up for another year of learning amid the pandemic. We're doing the best we can with what we know at the moment and I feel really good about it. That's Lafayette elementary school parent Megan Clark. She says they're still deciding whether their son should wear a mask with those being optional. Meanwhile, Kevin luria is okay with the plan to COVID test their son before a return to class. Our son did COVID tests last year in pre-K

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"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

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01:59 min | 5 months ago

"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

"A simple way to get it, rocket can. It is 1203 on a Sunday. It is August the 28th, 2022, and we're going up to the mid 90s possibly. And good to have you along this afternoon, I'm Mike marilla, the top stories we're following for you this hour, students in D.C. are among those heading back to school tomorrow. It has both kids and parents brimming with anticipation. A lot of excitement a little bit of nervous, excitement. That's what parent Megan Clark is feeling ahead of the new school year. Her young son will be going to Lafayette elementary school in northwest D.C. and with masks optional this school year. I think we're still trying to decide if how we feel about sending him in a mask every day or not. We still haven't made that decision, I think. Parents of K through 12 students have a deadline of today to upload a negative COVID test for their child online. Also this year, students 12 and older must be vaccinated against COVID. John Aaron WTO P news. You can hear more on the double TOP DMV download podcast available wherever you get your podcasts. When students return to school on Monday in Montgomery county, there will be some new faces in the classroom. The student population has grown 9 year old Catalina ask a sea bar is glad to be going back to school after the COVID disruptions. Happy to become a fourth grader at rockfield elementary. I'm thinking about almost everything I'm thinking about like how it's going to be. And stuff like that, because I haven't been to school in a while. Catalina was among the students visiting the counties back to school fair. Montgomery county school spokesman Christopher cram says they'll be more kids in the largest school district in Maryland. We're expecting almost 2000 more kids this year. So our enrollment is going up a little bit. Crime says Montgomery county school family speak 150 different languages. Ridiculo, WTO

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"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

"And get a quote today. It's 1103 on Sunday, August 28th, 84° hot and humid highs in the low 90s, heat index around a hundred. Good morning, I'm sandy cosell with the top local stories we're following this hour. Just ahead of the first day of classes, there is new controversy swirling around some school leaders. And investigation by the office of the inspector general for education is found that the prince George's county board of education cheer juanita Miller, the acting general counsel and the cheer of the ethics advisory panel violated a board policy. The recommendation is now for the county board of education to revisit their guidelines to ensure they're obtaining fair prices for services with the cost associated with the ethics panels earlier investigation into several board members exceeding $100,000. The findings come months after this. This is my appointment in 2021. I have been committed. That was cheer Miller in June after the county executive requested her resignation from prince George's county's board of education. It followed charges from the state board of education accusing her of misconduct in office and incompetent, but the chair did not step down instead she hinted at a hearing process. Anneliese Gail WTO news. Classes start in D.C. tomorrow and students and parents are gearing up for another year of learning amid the pandemic. We're doing the best we can with what we know at the moment and I feel really good about it. That's Lafayette elementary school parent Megan Clark. She says they're still deciding whether their son should wear a mask with those being optional. Meanwhile, Kevin luria is okay with the plan to COVID test their son before a return to class. Our son did COVID tests last year in pre-K every

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"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

"84, centerville is at 88° east in Maryland 82, and hyattsville 85 will drop into the 70s and maybe a few spots in the 60s late tonight. 8 40. President Biden is again blasting the Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn roe V wade. He's urging the Senate to carve out a special exemption to protect abortion rights. Here's WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The president wants the Senate to vote to codify roe versus wade into law. And if the filibuster gets in the way, it's like voting rights, it should be we provide an exception for this. But creating that exception to the 60 vote filibuster right now is politically impossible. At least two Democrats, Joe Manchin and kyrsten sinema have indicated little enthusiasm for getting rid of the filibuster, and there is plenty of Republican opposition, especially from Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell. He previously made that clear on voting rights, and he won't make an exception for abortion rights, which he set out to restrict through years of getting conservative justices confirmed to the high court. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO. Judges across the country have been weighing in on weather state constitutions allow abortions after that big Supreme Court decision. A judge in Kentucky has temporarily blocked that states nearly total ban on abortions. While in Florida, judge says hill temporarily stop a 15 week ban from taking effect. The rulings pause so called trigger laws, which were designed to take effect after the high court ruled to end federal constitutional protections for abortions. Florida, Republican governor Ron DeSantis says his state will appeal. In other states, there have been disputes involving abortion bans that have been on the books for generations, but never enforced. The flurry of activity has caused confusion and left patience and clinics scrambling. I'm Mike Hempen, should the person leading D.C.'s crime lab be a scientist. It's one of the questions lawmakers are considering is the D.C. council moves on a bill to overhaul the failing agency. Here's WTO investigative reporter Megan Clark. More than a year after the department of forensic sciences lost its accreditation and the ability to process forensic evidence, lawmakers heard experts and criminal justice leaders thoughts on council member Charles Allen's Bill, which outlines how the D.C. crime lab should operate. From a legislative perspective as we look at what reforms are necessary, there is a really strong urgency to moving this forward. And I think it can be paired and complement a lot of the work going on. I'm also very much aware of passing one piece of legislation in the end of this. Also, at issue who would have oversight of the independent lab and who would make up its advisory board to ensure the lab scientific standards, Meghan and clarity WTO news. A lot of developments in sports, pretty soon as the Big Ten going to extend from one side of the country all the way to the other, one of the NBA's biggest superstars says he wants to be traded. We've got Bradley Beal news as well. All I had for you. I'm rich duro is your chief communications and content

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"megan clark" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"megan clark" Discussed on Space Nuts

"The second guidance journal and nine agnes sequence spence nuts two partners space meals. Good hello again welcome. Thank you for joining us on space nuts. it's all about astronomy and space science and sometimes it's about animals because they interrupt us from time to time My name is andrew dunkley your host and today we've got a lot to talk about A shameless self promotion by fred watson about particular new book. We're also going to talk about a new planet now. We found thousands of them so far but interestingly they've all been in our galaxy until now perhaps we'll talk about that. There was a mystery signal identified light last year. We think we know what it is and it's not very often at all could a broken microwave. Now we'll have to tell. That story now have mentioned that. And we're going to tackle three audio questions today. One on dark matter shocker Another that i found interesting though about niche locations where we could live if we ever had to leave earth or maybe if we want to expand when it's just too small for how many people there are an asteroid mining. That's all coming up on this edition of spice nuts and joining me as always is professor fred watson astronomer at large hello friend andrew. How's it going. How's it going you boo. It's going very very well. It's enjoying freedom after them. All at lockdown stuff. And it's funny. Thing is judy. And i went out on sunday to do a bit of shopping on the other side of town where we haven't been for over two months and we drive through an intersection that's been rebuilt and we didn't recognize it and a petrol station has turned up that that wasn't there before. So it's just really weird you know. It's a couple of kilometres away so it's not far and the ride but we just haven't been able to go anywhere near that. So it's it's been bizarre. I'm sure other people experience him. Oh things now fred. We're a to tackle today. But first of all space war. Yes base war. The book the book that beneficially launch nelson till next monday the first of november. That's when it comes out it's got words on the back as well pleading very nice Well some very nice endorsements by famous people including the founding head of the australian space agency megan clark and the astronomer. Scotland catherine heymans. Dr carl who you will al has written something nice has has alan. Duffy and libby. Gleeson is a famous children's author and this guy for young people. That's why libby on nice note. Well i was not asked me..

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"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

"No, he has what the president is expected to announce. Next hour. The White House says OSHA will issue a rule requiring firms with more than 100 employees to mandate vaccines or conduct weekly testing for workers. The move is far reaching, and a senior administration official says it carries the risk of substantial fines if employers don't comply. A new requirement for federal employees is even stricter with no testing option, though the White House says there will be exemptions for the disabled and those with religious objections more than 100 people, including some 20 Americans, left Kabul on a commercial flight in cooperation with the Taliban, but more are still in Afghanistan. State Department spokesman Ned Price dates We are proud to say that we have brought over 6000 Americans home and we remain deeply committed to facilitating the safe transit of U. S. Citizens, NPR's and at risk Afghans who wished to leave Afghanistan and we will continue our efforts. We will be relentless. In doing so the FDA has just decided that it needs more time to decide whether Jewel and other e cigarette makers Can sell their products here in the United States. The delay means that you'll the most popular brand, with both adult smokers, and many genes can continue selling its products. It's the appeal of jewels, nicotine products, the teenage smokers that has created so much controversy. While the FDA did not rule on jewel. It did reject applications for nearly 950,000 other e flavored cigarettes and related products. Steve Futterman. CBS NEWS United Airlines will put it to workers excused from Covid 19 shots for religious reasons on unpaid leave. At the close, the Dow lost 1 51, the NASDAQ lost 38. This is CBS News Fever is the key symptom for both the flu and covid. The X region temporal scanner is essential to detect fevers early and reliably learn more at extra jin dot com. Good afternoon. It is 403. Thanks for driving along with us. On a Thursday, September the 9th 75 degrees in D. C. Okay. I'm Hillary Howard. I'm Sean Anderson. Recapping our top story this hour, President Biden is set to announce that he will require businesses with 100 workers or more to have their employees vaccinated for Covid or yet weekly testing and the president is on. Also issuing a firm edict to federal workers and contractors get the vaccine or face discipline. He's expected to sign an executive order that requires they're fully vaccinated in 75 days, W T. O P's Megan Clark is getting reaction. It's a firmer stance than the last presidential notice to federal employees, which said if they didn't get vaccinated, they'd face rigorous testing. Now, the administration says unvaccinated workers will be subject to counseling and discipline to include termination. In a statement, a union representing more than 300,000 feds, the American Federation of Government Employees issued a statement saying it encourages members to get vaccinated. But that quote simply put workers deserve a voice and their working conditions, asking that bargaining units be involved in these decisions. National Treasury employees. Union President Tony Reardon says the president has a legal.

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"megan clark" Discussed on Females on Fire with Hayley Luckadoo

Females on Fire with Hayley Luckadoo

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"megan clark" Discussed on Females on Fire with Hayley Luckadoo

"Number 54, from Instagram consultant and moderator for Gary V, social with Rocky. She says best Instagram growth tip-off, organic growth Takes Time the numbers. You gain will be based on how much effort you put into it. Rocky hitting you at the Instagram tips. Number 55 from freelance expert, virtual assistant and designer Michaela Quinn. Stop looking at people as a sales transaction and start taking a genuine interest in the person first and building on that. Love that number 56, from SEO, strategists and founder of clapping dog, media, Megan Clark, she says, SEO is 70% more effective than paid advertising but you have to be proactive and know how users interact with your site. I love that cuz I'm so important Niche. Marketing number 57, from sales funnel strategist, Haley Dale, the most valuable marketing asset. You have is your workflows and processes. That is how you break free from burnout. She is right, number 58 from social media, strategists and podcaster, Katie bring cake. Social audio allows users to talk with people at the click of a button and if you aren't on it, someone else in your industry is dead and she is right. Social audio, it is up-and-coming. It is the future and get on it. Number 59, from co-founder of super connector media and the speaker gin Gottlieb. If you don't make yourself visible to those, you can help and make your message. Heard to those, who can share it with people are going to listen to someone else. And that is so true. That's all marketing is number 60, from founder of Masters in Clarity, Dolores Hershman. You want to remind your audience that you're not showing up in service to them and then crap, the reaction you want. Number 61 from social media expert and photographer K.

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"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

"GOP SHAKEUP How Liz Cheney's likely successor views The future of the Republican Party on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller President Biden pitching is $2 Trillion infrastructure plan in Deep Red Louisiana. It's 9 31 it looks like the end is near for most pandemic restrictions in Virginia Governor Northam says the big changes coming on June 15th. But the governor says, keep those mass around. They'll likely be part of our daily lives for a while to be T O. P is Megan Clark explains why he's lifting restrictions. And which ones are on the way out. Governor Ralph Northam says the Commonwealth is approaching a time when we can think differently about how we interact as health metrics improve and vaccination numbers increase. We plan to lift our mitigation measures, capacity restrictions and social distancing requirements on June the 15th will continue to evaluate Our mass guidance ahead of that. On May, 15th Virginians will see a loosening of restrictions allowing for gatherings of 100 people indoors and 250 outdoors, 50% capacity for indoor entertainment venues and 50% capacity outdoors. With no cap. Northern says restaurants can return to serving alcohol after midnight and dining rooms can stay open later. Meghan Cloherty. W T O P. News the Congress woman poised to take a key position in the House GOP leadership made it clear today she wants Republicans to be the party of former president Trump More this from W. T O P. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller. Your congresswoman Elise Stefanik says it's important for the party to stick with the former president in it is to run with support from the president and his coalition of voters, which was the highest number of votes ever won by Republican nominee Stefanik, speaking on Steve Bannon's radio show. Says she supports the election on it underway in Arizona. Ah break from the current number three House Republican Liz Cheney, who's urged the GOP to respect the 2020 election results. While the party is now divided Stefanik hope she can bring it together. I'm committed to being a voice, sending a clear message that we are one team to define it could replace Cheney in the coming week. Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. O P New 9 33 President Biden traveling to Louisiana today to sell his more than $2 trillion infrastructure plan. It's the fourth state he's visited in about a week as part of his getting America back on track tour, he says. Replacing an aging bridge, for example, is an excellent investment. The highest values investment you can make is a nation. They last the longest, the president stood in front of such a bridge during one of his appearances. This state is working to rebuild the I 10 bridge, but we can put American work and every state fixing roads and bridges that are in desperate need to repair But as far as the price tag of this package, CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand tells US Republicans are not giving any ground on that. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell opposes the president's idea of paying for it with tax heights. If that's the condition for doing Massive infrastructure bill. I won't be voting for it. And I suspect no.

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"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"megan clark" Discussed on WTOP

"Short to be made known about it, maybe be known immediately. The president is also expanding mandatory mask orders for those traveling on planes, Busses and trains. He also plans to increase use of the Defense Production Act. He calls this a national emergency. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. Well, an example of how difficult it is to get this vaccination program underway. A number of Montgomery County seniors are confused after they showed up for an appointment for a vaccination today, only to be turned away. A Bethesda man says he's frustrated with the lack of communication. But the county says it's not yet vaccinating people 75 older and he shouldn't have been able to get an appointment to start with. Let's untangle all this with double d T. O P S Megan Clark 78 year old art Stoops. Says he expected to wait longer before he got the chance for a vaccination appointment. Just so happened that our neighbor called genius said Hey, there is this new opening here and Montgomery County. Here's the website link. But when he and his wife arrived for their appointment, Quince Orchard High School, they learned the site was only for vaccinating health care workers. I still certainly want the first responders and medical workers to to get it first. That's not the problem. Problem is the miscommunication. Montgomery County Health director Dr Travis Gail says Stoops was one of many who received a shared link meant only for health care workers to make vaccination appointments. They received a link from other sources that were not from the county site, and it would allow individuals access to the system when it was not their time. Meghan Cloherty w T o P New County hopes to start vaccinating the 75 older age group next week. Coming up next in money news. The markets are working on records again, a record for Maryland's oldest bank. I'm Jeff Global. It's 3 23. I like event that's really firm. I need something a little softer.

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