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Washington, DC police release body cam footage from 3 officer-involved deaths
"Around the country demand police reforms, the district's releasing bodycam footage of three officer involved deaths. As part of emergency police reform legislation. Bodycam footage from officer involved. Death needs to be released within three days under emergency legislation Mayor Muriel Bowser signed last week. Deputy Mayor Kevin Donohue says the video's resolve some questions that people may have, but they don't resolve others. The footage released today includes a fatal traffic crash and two fatal officer involved. Shootings, all from 20 18,000 says in both shootings are use of force Review board found that they were justified. The mother of one of the men who died filed a 100 $1,000,000 wrongful death lawsuit against the city last month. Heather Curtis sound w M l n w e mail dot com.
Fresh update on "muriel bowser" discussed on Larry O'Connor
"We're the number one radio station here for listeners, and we appreciate your support in huge white. Thank you so much for that coming up in just about 10 minutes. We're going to check in with Andy John. He's the chief regional coordinator representing Region, seven of the national capital region of the Virginia Department of Emergency Management Boy that is a long title. He's the guy who's in charge of all of the big emergency problems and acts of God that occur when they occur, and the storm was rough, and there are some parts of Virginia Lee is still sort of, well, not underwater, but there's a whole lot of water and so we'll check in with him and coming up. Also. Really important article written Ah, The American Spectator by Daniel Turner, who has lived in Washington, D. C is an urban guy. He has lived here for years and years and years, and he's done with D. C. Not the area. He's going to stay in Washington. He wants to keep listening to me, but he's done with the city. And he wrote an open letter to Muriel Bowser to explain why, and it's a very important and compelling discussion about the the pact that we make. With the mayor's and the government who run our cities because it's not always easy to live in a city. I've lived in cities for much of my adult life, and I like living in an urban setting. I do, but but you have to make sort of a bargain. To do that. And Muriel Bowser and the government of Washington D. C of the District of Columbia. They have. I absolutely agree with our guest, Daniel Turner coming up at the bottom of this hour, they have gone back on their bargain. They have violated the trust of the people of Washington, D. C. And there's going to be an exodus. There's going to be huge Exodus. Daniel Turner is indicative of a big trend. I betcha. And so we'll have that conversation coming up in the bed. A little bit of national politics to catch you up on that. Did you get this? This was Ilhan Omar. I love that These politicians are all doing these these zoom appearances and video appearances with their constituents because they can't go out and do a live in person thing. The reason I love it is because opposition research can watch exactly what they're saying. And recorded Here's Ilhan Omar. Talking about her involvement with the Democrat platform. For Joe Biden. Right now we have a candidate for president within the Democratic Party who just endorsed on brought along many of our constituents to get behind and support Joe Biden as the president, because I understand that we've we've now had an opportunity to move his platform. To be more progressive. The most progressive platform a president has ever run on on the Democratic side. Wow. Joining us now to discuss that is a guy who I don't think. Is that progressive? Certainly not Ilhan Omar, Democrat Rick Unger, host of the Rick Hunger Show. Pug has that you must hear a good friend Rick. Are you basically voting for the kind of platform that Ilhan Omar woodcraft? Well, I I actually, you know, that's not fair. I just played what she said. Rick. I know. I know. I know. I've got a pretty good sense of what is a platform and Oh, you're breaking up on the street. You're breaking up. How's that? Are you there? They're better. That's better. Okay. I What I said was. I have a pretty good idea What's going to be in the platform and I don't think it's the way she described it. Well, tell me this, then maybe you can help us out because you talked Democrat. I don't I'm still I'm still not completely feeling. How is Joe Biden's policy approach? Different than Ilhan Omar's priorities. So dramatically go through her list. I mean, she does support Medicare for all. Biden is not at that point yet. That's a key factor. Well, he's not there yet. I don't know if he'll ever get there or not, but he's certainly not there. Ah, I don't know Mother issues. I mean, that's all you got. Is Medicare for all Well, that's what pops into my head. I mean, I can't take down the whole platform right now. Um, but I think you would find that he's not necessarily on the same page with pretty much anybody on the squad. It's interesting because I haven't heard him really speaking out against the squad. I mean, he hasn't said kind of vitriolic rhetoric that we get. That s O constantly criticizing, and down, Grandma. How about our policy on Israel? Did this you are on Omar's views on Israel. Why doesn't he? I think First of all, he doesn't support I can tell you her reviews on Israel. I don't think too many people do Frank way. But why do you want him? Tio? I mean he's running for president. Well, I mean, I'm old enough to remember where you know, every single Republican had to disavow anyone on the fringe who also calls himself a Republican. Otherwise they subscribed. I mean, he seems pretty happy to have Ilhan Omar's endorsement. I would argue that we have a president who's on the fringe, and the Republicans certainly have not just about, you know, I mean, that's just that we'd have to be on the fringe. If he won, then it's not like Johan Omar won the nomination. He won the nomination. So what you're saying is Republicans around the fringe. No, I think he is. I don't think all Republican subscribed. Trump is certainly a great many of them Dio and I give you that is Orangi also view Ah, lives being on the front just on the other side. But I don't think that you run for president by going after people like that You're not back together with inferior herself of so he's got a pander to the extremes of the party to be able to solidify their support..
Washington DC’s order to self-quarantine affects travelers from 27 states
"Virus cases begin to soar in some states. D C. Officials have declared a state of emergency requiring anyone traveling to or from some of the most high risk states to self quarantine. Upon returning to the distributing. Today, D C. Health officials and mayor Muriel Bowser will require anyone traveling for non essential purposes into D C from a higher estate to self quarantine for 14 days. High High risk risk means means states, states, where where the the seven seven day day moving moving average average of of daily daily new new covert covert 19 19 cases cases is is more more than than 10 10 per per 100,000 100,000 people. people. Those Those states states include include Delaware, Delaware, Florida, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas. Travelers from these areas will have to stay in their residents or hotel and self monitor for symptoms. This list of states will be updated August 10th self quarantine requirements will be in effect until October 9th. For the full list of state's visit our website GOP dot com. Melissa how w. T O P. NIS,
Fresh update on "muriel bowser" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Bill deBlasio announced. That, you know, they painted that mural. The black lives matter. They skip the entire process to do it so normally, there's public comment period. When you do something like this, there's a normal process you go through, but the big foot of the system so you could put down a mural that he wanted a big slogan that he wanted. Which by the way, is violation of the First Amendment. If you only put down certain types of messages in public and not other types of messages, and you're gonna have to explain why DiBlasio can't do that. But he doesn't care about the law because he's a Communist idiot. Here's Bill Deblasio Communist idiot. The fact is that what I decide to do with the black lives matter murals and this came out of a meeting of Gracie Mansion weeks ago with community leaders and activists who said this would be such an important thing for this city to declare officially That is something again transcends all normal realities because we are in a moment of history, where this had to be said and done. That's a decision I made. Wow, it had to be said and done if it hadn't been said and done, and there wouldn't be yellow paint on the boulevard. And also there might be more cops, you know in the streets, preventing black people from being shot in New York. Not more likely to die in a shooting in York City, then you're likely to die of covert. That is basically where we are in New York City at this time. Really, really well done, Everyone. It's pretty incredible that he just acknowledges they skip the entire permit process. He says. We haven't said no to other people. We said if you want to apply, you can apply, but there's a process but no process for him. Pro President Trump Women for America first assumed City Hall for blocking a mural of their own slogan slogan, engaging, inspiring and empowering women to make a difference on Manhattan roadway while allowing multiple BLM paintings throughout the city. I said, We're not blocking the move. We're just not not blocking the other ones. You referred. The groups like women for America first and Blue lives matter to the OT, the Department of Transportation That no approval was required for the BLM movement, he said. That's something that again transcends all normal realities because we're in a moment of history. When that had to be said and done, it transcends all the realities. Transportation Commissioner Polly tried, Bird said. Anyone can apply for republic. Our program as mayor said the city does have discretion as well on painting those project. Civil liberties lawyer Norman Siegel said. This is not gonna hold up in court, he said. Once you open the door and allow black lives matter, murals to be on the streets of New York. You can't turn down blue lives matter. That'd be a violation of the free speech provisions of the Constitution. Yep, That would be that would be the The important thing is that There's words on the on side walking and glassy likes those words we don't need, you know normal constitutional processes anymore. Meanwhile, apparently throughout the country really depends what you decide to talk. According to Emily Davies, reporting for the Washington Post to protesters outside of Planned Parenthood facility were arrested and charged with defacing public or private property early Saturday, according to D. C police in video footage. Erica Cap. Our Lady, a 22 year old student at Towson University, and Warren's A priest, a 29 year old D. C. Residents were writing a black, pre born lives matter with truck on the sidewalk when the cops arrested them. The rest happened just before 6 a.m. Soon after a group of about two dozen people led by the students for a life of America showed up to paint in the street of the 1200 block of Fourth Street Northeast. Tina Weddington, the executive VP of Students for Life for America, said police first warned them they would detain them if they painted the street. Then they said they could not right on the sidewalk with chalk. Compel a rally and the priest began to write faster when the cops moved in to arrest him, rushing through the word pre born when officers approached them, according to the video taken by the protestors. They're arrested held for about an hour. Poletti said through a bullhorn. This is government censorship. Representatives of students for life for America, so they plan to sue DC merrier. Mayor Muriel Bowser. Saying this violates the First Amendment because obviously, DC has allowed protesters right Black lives matter in huge letters on 16th Street Northwest. It is illegal for people to write or mark on any public or private property without a permit. Vdot, which issues permits did not respond to calls and e mails seeking comment. Really again when you have the state, basically saying, you can write certain things on the street, but not other things on the street, and it's done purely on the basis of political preference. That is a violation of the first Amendment, but not like build a blouse or anybody cares. The important thing is the messaging guys. The important thing is the narrative. The important thing is, we have to have words on sidewalks that say things. Not that we actually protect. Minorities who are in danger from actual criminals. We just have or minority police chiefs, for that matter or in danger from riders and looters. The important thing overall is that we have mayors are focused like a laser beam in I'm putting paint on sidewalks that they approve personally. I cannot imagine why the city's air just falling apart. Really solid stuff. Okay. In the meantime, Is a major explosion in Beirut mean the footage of it is extraordinary is just this huge bomb that apparently, I mean, it looks like a bomb that went off in Beirut. We've been informed by the way that MBA reporter Chris Palmer says that there's no question was an atomic bomb. I have some questions whether it's an atomic bomb. First of all, he's an MBA reporter, so I'm gonna go with No. I also know I'll give you all the details. The footage is really astonishing that a few theories out there Get to that in a 2nd 1st Let us talk about the fact that these days you really do need a pair of wireless here. But what we're living in 2002. You need the earbuds that have the wires attached to tangle every time you put them in your pocket instead. As you know, rake on earbuds..
Washington DC Council passes budget after $1B coronavirus-related revenue drop
"Will have to pay a little more for gas under a budget now approved by the City Council, which addresses a massive revenue loss from the pandemic. In presenting the council with her balanced budget weeks ago, Mayor Muriel Bowser asked they not add taxes, but they did a 10 per cent per gallon tax and cuts from corporation and tech company tax breaks. It allowed the city to fund his priorities. I will look more closely at the increased spending that the council finally decided on the council found $29.7 million in those tax changes to fund affordable housing vouchers, homeless outreach services and permanent supportive housing. To address the priority of school funding. It maintained a 3% increase in per student funding. Put $3.2 million towards mental health resource is in schools and funded libraries in early reading initiatives. Meghan Cloherty
Nonessential travelers to Washington, DC from ‘high-risk areas’ will need to self-quarantine
"Coming into Washington D C. From a high risk area who was not traveling for essential activities will be required to self quarantine for 14 days there. Muriel Bowser says Washingtonians who vacation in hot spots will also have to self quarantine when they get Jack, as well as college students arriving from high risk areas. People who traveled to the city from hot spots for central business will be allowed to go out to do that work. Heather Curtis
New Working Group will Evaluate Legacy of Named Public Spaces (including neighborhood names) and Statues in Washington DC
"TODAY, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is announcing the creation of D C, faces a working group to evaluate names of public spaces and recommend removing Renaming or contextualized in them. The group will review the legacy of namesakes of district monuments, buildings and spaces to see if there was participation in oppression of African Americans or other minorities. The group will examine if the person contributed to systemic racism and other biases. Formal recommendations go to the mayor before the fall
Washington, DC mayor issues order requiring masks outside home
"Mayor Muriel Bowser today ordering a new mask mandate. Basically what it says is, if you leave home, you should wear a mask 1000 pointing to an uptick in Corona virus cases, though no new deaths reported are saying ticks in cases on today. Certainly we saw up tick in cases. As well. Hauser says the mask order applies unless you are vigorously exercising outside alone in the office or in her words, actively eating or drinking.
Mayor Bowser issues new mask order for Washington, DC
"Order from DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. I am also today, signing a new mayor's order on mask on basically what it says is, if you leave home, you should wear a mask. Sing, but in most cases if you're outside of your house, you should have a mask on this means. If you're waiting for a bus, you must have been a mask. If you were ordering food at a restaurant, you must have won a mask. If you're sitting in a cubicle and open office you must have on a mask. DC, is noting an uptick in Corona virus cases, but no new deaths. Rhona Bias
Washington, D.C. mayor warns of negative outcomes to slashing police budget
"Cuts to the city's Police department budget could backfire. Protesters have been calling on the D C council to defund police. Muriel Bowser wrote to the council chair yesterday, saying If they approved flashing $6 million from the police budget, it would mean far fewer officers, which would trigger overtime cause that I'm not sure have been properly accounted for. She wouldn't say whether she recommends the CFO not certify the budget, but says if the cuts happen, income J where your march when our overtime numbers are through the roof, I don't want to hear anything from anybody because I warned them other Curtis on W M A. N W, a male doctor. Mom in one of the area's most
Police look for 3 suspects after 9 people shot, one dead in Northwest Washington DC shooting
"C. Police are looking for several suspects who got out of a car and started shooting yesterday afternoon in Columbia Heights. In all, nine people were shot. One person is dead, eight males and a female. It all fired upon along 14th Street near Spring Road in Columbia Heights yesterday afternoon, police chief Peter Newsom says it was three guys who got out of a car and started shooting everyone and should be outraged. DC Mayor Muriel Bowser in the daytime where people are frequenting our restaurant's frequenting our business is that there could be an attack museum says the victims appear to have been targeted the result of a dispute between local gangs. At least some of it caught on video. I mean, this type of brazen daylight activity in a very, very busy block. I'm sure is scary. John Doman. Absolutely ridiculous. W GOP knew
ACLU Asks Washington DC to Require Police Officers Wear Masks
"The American Civil Liberties Union is demanding the D C. Police officers wear masks in public in a letter to D C Mayor Muriel Bowser and police chief Peter Newsom, the A C L U claims officers at protests and elsewhere in the city have been seen without face coverings, Chief Newsham tells our news partner NBC for He encourages officers to wear masks and any officer C not wearing personal protective gear should be reported to their supervisors.
ACLU Asks Washington DC to Require Police Officers Wear Masks
"The American Civil Liberties Union is demanding the D C. Police officers wear masks in public. A letter to D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser and D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom comes as the value claims officers at protests and elsewhere in the city have been seen without face coverings. Chief New Shin tells our news partner NBC for He encourages officers to wear masks and any officer C not wearing personal protective gear should be reported to their
Washington, DC mayor comments on death of Atlanta Congressman John Lewis
"Civil civil rights rights icon icon John John Lewis Lewis has has died died in in a a statement. statement. DC Mayor Muriel Bowser calls Louis The conscience of a generation long movement to deliver on the promise of equal justice and equal opportunity. She adds that our appreciation for his life will be demonstrated in the work we do to build on his legacy. The Georgia congressman died at the age of 80 following a battle with cancer. Today
Citing COVID-19 Cases, Bowser Delays Decision On Washington D.C. Public Schools Fall Reopening Plan
"D C Mayor Muriel Bowser says she's waiting until the end of the month to release her plan on how the district will educate students this fall. So we're gonna watch that data very closely over the next two weeks in delay our decision about the upcoming school year until Friday, July 31st DC schools Chancellor Lewis Farabee says. When the plan is announced in two weeks, parents will be able to choose a hybrid model off in person and virtual learning or a virtual The
Washington DC Public Schools decision delayed
"Will D C decide whether to continue online learning or get kids back into the classroom this fall? The answer is not today. Mayor Muriel Bowser will wait until July 31st to make her decision because the latest Corona virus numbers are not ideal. D. C. P S Chancellor Lewis Farabee plans to share some decisions in two weeks that give parents a lot of flexibility. Families who want tohave in person instruction have the ability to choose a hybrid model and then also it ability toe offer a virtual on Lee. Instructional model for those students who have experienced success in a virtual only option and would like to continue that for the 2021 school year. Hauser is waiting until July 31st and not later because the school system needs at least that much time to get ready for the new year. It's supposed to start Monday, August 30 1st
"muriel bowser" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents
"Welcome to Yahoo Finance presents. I'm Jen Rogers my guest. Is Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. Mayor vows were this week. Mayors and governors around the country have been rolling back reopening plans. Do you think that Washington DC will have to shutdown again? Well I certainly hope not, and we have. We set up our reopenings, and we have been very conservative with our plan we were slower on the many jurisdictions to go to phase one to get out of the stay at home order and we entered to a few weeks ago where we turned one more activity, but we never. Faced to his where we are now, and we've never open bars, which we were advised would could be hugely problematic, and we've been pretty slow with all of our indoor reopenings and have been very conservative, and we've been able to blunt the curve but we still know that the viruses circulating in our community. And of course, we also have the fall coming. Even if you have been able to blunt the curve I think for most parents. Everyone is thinking about what's going to happen with school, so we've had education secretary Betsy Devos out saying that the rules should be kids. Go back to school this fall, even threatening funding for schools that don't open. What is your plan right now? For for Washington DC well first of all our plan, does not Anything that Betsy. Devos has been kinda spewing. are going to do what's right for kids, and what's right for health and safety in the district? We believe we start off with the premise that you're better off in school. and that immersing learning is better than distance learning so now, but we're figuring out is how many kids and often we can have in person and do so safely and according to CDC guidelines, and that's what we're working on now. As much during this pandemic, even returning to school. has been cutting across racial lines. There's a new axios Ipsos poll that was out this week that found eighty nine percent of black parents, returning to school as a larger moderate risk that compare with about eighty percent of Hispanic parents, sixty four percent of white parents. How does that go into your thinking? As you look at the fall for for your community given those concerns that are heightened as as we've seen the the disparities at during this pandemic. Well it's concerning and it's caused us I don't know we've seen our numbers as stark as that, but we do see more anxiety among..
Washington's NFL team to change name and logo
"Redskins have officially announced the Redskins name and logo will be retired in the near future. A statement from owner Dan Snyder and coach Ron Rivera stay there, working closely to develop a new name, a design approach that will last for the next 100 years. You can't tell me from whence you came unless you can tell me how far you have to give And this reflects the history chief walled Redhawk Brown with the Jeron, aka Indian Nation tells mornings on them. All The identity of the Redskins gives indigenous people in identity in America. Native people have fought for years to validate the two history to be promulgated in the history books. And the educational system itself our kids to learn about first American indigenous American history. So the name Red skin keeps his ally he says. To delete the Redskins name is to negate Native Americans presence in the country. John Matthews on Ellen dot com and D. C. Mayor says the Redskins name isn't the only thing she wants to change about the Team D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's repeating calls for the Redskins to change their location and leave FedEx Field in Maryland and moved to the site where there Former stadium K now stands that Washington football team should be playing in Washington. But she says there are a lot of things that need to happen before that wish can come true, including getting control of the land and what we're for those parcels for the District of Columbia. She has events DC, has vetted various plans for the site. Some include an NFL stadium. Heather
"Black Lives Matter" mural painted in front of Trump Tower in New York City
"Doniger. It's 11 56 work on another black lives matter. Mural in New York City has started this one. Situated directly in front of Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan. Mayor Bill de Blasio says the new mural will send a message that black lives in fact, do matter. President Trump previously slammed plans to paint it. The popular Fifth Avenue will be closed between 56 then 57th Street until Sunday morning to finish the mural. Now other black lives matter. Murals have already been painted in Harlem, Staten Island and Brooklyn. Washington, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser started the trend by having the message painted on a
DC Police Make Arrest in Shooting Death of 11-Year-Old Davon McNeal
"In the murder of an 11 year old boy on Independence Day evening in southeast D. C. D. C. Police have also announced warrants are out for three other people. In the same case, 11 year old Davon McNeil was shot and killed on his way home from a peace event when five men opened fire near his southeast D C home, according to D. C police chief Peter Newsom. It's not believed he was the intended target. Now, One man, 18 year old Darryl Bond has been arrested and police are looking for three others 22 year old Christian Wingfield, 25 year old Marcel Gordon and 19 year old Carlo General D. C. Mayor, Muriel Bowser to Christian Marcel and Carlo. Turn yourselves in. All the suspects have rap sheets, according to new Shin, too, were out of jail. Is there waiting trial on other serious charges, according to the chief. Now these guys have taken the life of an 11 year old boy. On. That is tragic. The boy's grandfather, John, Iowa, on the arrest, I am filling in a lot of joy on that part. But of course I'm sad because I lost my grandson Mike Murillo. W T O P News,
D.C. Mayor Criticizes Budget Cuts
"This morning with the council's first vote on its amended budget, it cuts Metropolitan Police Department funding by millions puts the district schools in charge of their own security and raises some taxes. They're all changes, The mayor calls unnecessary. DC Mayor Muriel Bowser has strong criticism for council members who passed an amended F Y 21 budget in a preliminary vote. Cutting police funding by 10 million to start with the amount of the cuts will mean that our four strength Will go down to levels that it was that in the 19 nineties, and that to me is very unfortunate, she says. There is no justification for the return of school security oversight to D. C. P s from DC police and she's concerned raising the gas and advertising sales tax is premature. We might have to revisit this budget because our revenues Dive more. And if that's the case where we going to go to balance, then Megan Cloherty
"muriel bowser" Discussed on WTOP
"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.
"muriel bowser" Discussed on The View
"Have a lot to celebrate on father's Day, but maybe too tired to do it. They recently became one of only seventy two couples in recorded history to become the parents of identical quadruplets. Please welcome Jenny and Chris Smart Hey you all and hello you for him. What how? Congratulations on these days we learn now three months old and so less meet everybody. All of their names begin with the letter eight, so tell us who's who and how can you tell who is? Who because their parents, but still? Tell me we have order so Harrison Hardy. In Hudson. Oh. They're beautiful and Jenny. Tell us about the day you found out. You were having quadruplets. What it actually means to have identical quads. I have a friend well. We all have a friend. Are Abby Huntsman who was a coast on the show? She had twins and her husband fainted when he found out they were having twins can't imagine for. Chris feeds into. We initially found that you're having. Agents, you want them in the skin. When she said triplets when my oxygen said triplets, he was sitting down. Thank goodness and He actually goes fight and likes slumped back in. A week later we found out there were four, and we both kind of just stopped breathing for a second. And then we're like okay. What is wrong with the engine centers or yet? He'll. Look at that it beautiful. That's you with carrying four. Weeks before I gave birth. What? Way Two, hundred and twenty seven pounds when I gave birth to my child. It was all. Chip and salt and bloat that it's amazing and with four babies. How many bottles and diapers do you go through a day, you think. The bottles I've leveling ginny answer that thirty miles a day and it's around forty diapers so twelve hundred dollars a month. Romney many bottles that has a lot lot of trash diapers wipes. Well making an I have some good friends who who want to say congratulations. And I guess we should just tell them to come on. In come on in Kristen.
"muriel bowser" Discussed on The View
"On this day. We will be right back. Next. How does Washington DC mayor? Muriel bowser say she's supporting. The black lives matter movement by increasing funds to the police. She's telling the host nags. Welcome back the mayor of Washington DC Muriel Bowser is making sure that the black lives matter movement is too big for the White House to ignore and she's joining us now to tell us how she's doing that. Please welcome Mayor Muriel Bows and Please thank you I'm so glad you're here so glad you're here in the wake of the protests. You painted this massive. Euro saying black lives matter on the road, leading to the White House and you called, and this is one of my favorite things. A night light for you know who? Now since he's sent. Troops in your city all he has taken down the fencing surrounding the White House. You think he got your message. Well I certainly hope he got the message I'm I. Think what we saw from. This president is something that we haven't seen in our city. And that was federal troops on the ready federal police policing a local city national. Guard, troops hauled in from all over the country. And we saw peaceful protesters attacked by the federal government, and that should never happen so I decided when we saw those federal police out on the streets that we had to push back, and we had to make this area area for peaceful protests, and for an affirming message at this time right now, that says we have to have more justice and more peace. and fairness in policing. What happened in your city in recent weeks which you just described I'll say it again. Trump militarizing the streets federal offices violently clearing peaceful protesters from Lafayette Square. Quite appalling frankly it became a flashpoint in this movement. However, and you say that you had no morning that that clash was going to happen. How hard has it been to run a city on trump's home turf? Well our home turf I was born and raised here where more than the federal government more than the White House and the cat, but all were seven hundred thousand Americans live here. Pay Taxes here who raise children here. and. We want every right that every American has, and that's why we're fighting for statehood, and it's only through state statehood by DC becoming the fifty first state. Can we prevent Donald trump or any president from encroaching on the autonomy of? Citizens in Washington DC. Hopefully he'll be gone very soon, so the the house is voting on a bill next week to make DC the fifty first state. That's correct what we already know it's going to be. We already know though it's going to be. A Republican held Senate so then what? What's the next move after that? Well we don't let the Senate or the Republicans and either house off the hook. We know they've made plain that. This is a partisan issue is only about on them trying to stop to Democrats from getting in the Senate, but we know that's not what our democracy is based on we support and believe in the values that if you pay taxes, you have to be represented and one silver lining out of this clash that more Americans know. That Americans in the nation's capital, the only capital in the free world where it citizens are congresswoman. Get to vote. We do not have two senators that speak for us, so we are literally. Without a voice in the Senate and without a vote in the house, and that violates the principles of American citizenship, and it has to be fixed, so you're right -joy that is far as we've gone, and this is far as we go the first time we'll have an affirmative vote in the house next Friday so I wanNA thank. All of those brave members for standing up and doing the right thing but we know a Democrat in the democratically controlled Senate Democrat in the white. House and a Democratic president who move on this in his first one hundred days will achieve statehood for Washington DC. Mayor Bowser I was moved by the images of civil rights icon John Lewis standing in front of the bold yellow black lives matter lettering. He is currently fighting cancer, and at the age of it was pretty beautiful, but you are being sued by counter protesters who claim that the mural and the street renaming shows bias to one race, and meanwhile some black lives matter activists have called the mural. Performance and painted the words defunding police side it. What do you make of the criticism? Well Art Megan and we have in DC for a number of years funded arts project called Murals DC where we use our to send powerful messages all across the District of Columbia, in this is one such massive beautiful, affirming piece of Art, and I will defend our right to do that in any court in our land. More with. Is Not kidding which okay. Gene See I I love more with.
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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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"Washington DC Muriel Bowser find those to protest it hurt lockdown orders ninety days in jail for anyone violating state mortars I'm a lot different on that ninety days now mayor Bowser's saying protest is all American and center Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti said in March is going to cut off the power and water to businesses who he will punish for irresponsible and selfish behaviour and going into public I will always protect Angelenos right to make their voices heard except when you're protesting his policies on cover nineteen to me there's one set of rules for those who follow the rules and one set of rules of those who will not follow the rules and who's funding this well according to Susan rice it's the Russians according to mayor fry it's outside foreign influences and now America looking at the headlines of drudge about this San Francisco curfew to extend indefinitely Los Angeles Seattle Nashville Oklahoma City Salt Lake City Atlanta Chicago Detroit New York DC Philly Cleveland on on on on on Indianapolis almost all the cities are controlled by Democrats and they complain about the institutions they've been in charge of for the past fifty to one hundred years as being racist when they're in charge of the institutions incredible to watch credible to say this two wrongs never make a right what happened to George Floyd was murdered no question at least murder in the third degree which is twenty five years ago have been worse than that many times you wish you a charge and then after events transpire you may up the charger reduced the charge but obviously obviously police officer Derek Salman is going to spend the rest of his life in prison and he should because George Floyd was tortured to death and killed on the streets of Minneapolis and now there's a federal police officer in Oakland that was murdered on Friday not an African American male fifty three years old murder I can't believe what I'm watching so let's continue also in about an hour so I'm gonna call the vice mayor of the city of Cincinnati my friend Chris Smotherman African American vice mayor to see how a big city government controls what's happening on city streets right now as we speak at twenty minutes after the hour Cincinnati it said it's been under under curfew for the last three nights the National Guard has not been called in but the Cincinnati police in the Ohio highway patrol about handling it we'll see what happens but all hell's breaking loose and you have a bomb on a ministration officials saying the Russians are finding this that doesn't come from chopper bar that comes from Susan rice in if in fact there is institutional racism aren't racist in charge of the institution those races that by their standards will be governor Tim Walz Keith Ellison the Attorney General mayor Jacob fry and mayor Melvin Carter St Paul if there's all this institutional racism and the court system and prosecutors offices I guess Amy clover char is a racist and she's in charge of the institution she spent years as a prosecutor and if she's prosecuting individuals and a racist system isn't she a racist according to most standards I would say yes practically every large city in America is controlled by the Democratic Party for fifty to a hundred and fifty years and of all this institutional racism is occurring in the races are in charge of the institution but of course Keith Ellison was not asked those questions by wolf Blitzer of course not this afternoon on CNN so let's continue with more of a.
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"With these protests have been by and large, peaceful and nonviolent. Instead what we have been seeing is a number of vigils popping up to honor the life of George Floyd his classmates from decades, high school gathered and released. Released balloons and retold stories of what it was like growing up with him in the third ward, and playing basketball and football with him, and while there certainly is a lot of anger here and a desire to see justice. There's also an interest in remembering who George. Floyd was as a person and celebrating that, and this comes as the governor has signaled that George Floyd's body will return Houston for funeral services chop. Still Thomson? In, Houston there where again they are mourning the death of their hometown. In their hometown resident George Floyd. Thank you and thank you to all joining me now from Minneapolis Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison. mistrial, welcome back to meet the press and I'm going to start with the issue of of this outside instigators I. Guess we're trying to understand. Who are the people responsible for this violence? yourself? The Governor Minnesota has indicated that there is some domestic terrorists out there perhaps some white supremacist bill bar the attorney general. Characterize the outside instigators this way. Let me play that. Bite for you and get you to respond. Take a listen. Many places, it appears the violence is planned. Organized and driven. By an archaic and left. Extremist groups, far-left extremist groups, using anti fa like tactics, many of whom travel from outside the state to promote the violence. Now, it's understanding Mr Attorney General that. According to the Justice, Department they got that intelligence from state and local authorities. What if what do you know about WHO's behind this? Here's what I know. There's been a lot of videotape taken by demonstrators of people who are very suspicious. Who are who really did start a breaking windows particularly at the autozone and there've been other. Photographs and cars with. No license plates very suspicious behavior, but the real point is we do need to investigate the truth is nobody really knows I've talked to people who are demonstrating some of them say they think some of those folks are from Minnesota, and they also say some people have come from out of town. What the exact political motivation is is unclear at this point, we need to investigate it, but what I would say, though particularly as it relates to bill and the president. Is that they have not brought a single pattern and practice lawsuit against a major municipality where there's systemic police abuses in in America. They have actually tried to walk back their involvement in key states where they existed under the Obama. Administration, they have not moved forward when it comes to twenty first century policing which the Obama Administration Administration started so I think the federal government does have a role, but it needs to be constructing a better relationship between cities and the police departments that serve them and make an incendiary comments about. WHO's to blame here? As opposed to actually investigating, it isn't helpful. We need their help to be more constructive and less assigning. Blame them on matters that actually we don't know the truth of yet. Do you? Do you WANNA see federal charges brought against these four police officers. And you think that that will happen under this attorney general. Yes I do. And I don't know I hope so I can tell you that are local us. Attorney is a very constructive partner Erica McDonald. Is a Minnesotan She's a serious a prosecutor in law enforcement, person and I. Do Trust her the folk. She worked our hope. Just leave her alone a letter to a job. May Ask you. What's your understanding of of weather? Three other police officers we heard the county attorney and Hennepin County said that he expected charges to be brought. Where are we on that? And what do you expect those charges to to be if they are brought? I, know that we're early in the process. Chuck I mean at this point. There is the to charges of of thirty murder and second degree manslaughter. Complaint could well be. Amended to include. Additional charges or even higher charges, and the other individuals are not out of the woods. The investigation is ongoing. In answer to your question of what charges I, don't know I'd be speculating. It's not my case. This is not my case. But. You know certainly aiding and abetting is a possibility. And there are others as well. So, I think that that is a that is something that is the the county attorney. Mike Freeman is is looking into now. And, we expect to hear something in the fairly recent near future. Big. Picture Mr Attorney General of Americans. There's you know Minnesota. Has the Minnesota Nice Image Minnesota as an image of you know the? And you're. You're an African American man that got elected statewide Minnesota as attorney general as the state's chief law officer. For some people look at this and their surprise. Tell us the story of Minneapolis and Minnesota why this shouldn't surprise people in your mind. Well Minnesota is is kind of a tale of two cities. It really is a beautiful wonderful place. I love it here. Raise off for my kids here. There's so many great things about it so many great people. And yet we have very stark disparities when it comes to African Americans, health disparities in health care health, the spirits in housing health disparities when it comes to employment. And disparities! All around I mean. Give you a quick example about seventy percent of MINNESOTANS own their own homes, but only about twenty seven percent of African Americans do. African Americans are an a fragile economic position in this state, and we need massive investment, and what I say to people look if we can have some of the highest sat scores in the country. If we can have the highest voting participation in the country highest voted to homeownership in the country for whites. We can do it for everyone. We just have to have the will to do it for everybody and I. Think that this sad tragic situation my give us the energy to really really make those Kinda commitments because they are absolutely needed. Keith Ellison the democratic elected attorney general of the state of Minnesota. Appreciate you coming on this morning. It's been a long week long few months for everybody, frankly in this country but thanks for coming on your perspective with us. Thank you? And joining me now is the mayor of Washington DC Mariel Bowser and the mayor of Atlanta Kisha Atlanta Bottoms. Welcome to both of you I know it's been a long few for both of you probably very little time to sleep mayor bowser. Let me just begin with you. Report about last night. How was it compared to Friday night? And do you feel as if?.
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"Muriel Bowser says her team is in conversations with the trump administration on re opening in phases I feel like it is a good framework and in line with what our thinking was about how to get through these phases to reach phase one doctor look wondering does that with the C. health says the city has to see a decline in new cases over a two week period we want to make sure all of our residents in the district really have an appreciation of the criteria that we're gonna be looking for in order to even shift into that phase one Meghan clarity WTOP news and Maryland governor Larry Hogan this forming plans to eventually reopened governor Hogan calls that Marilyn strong roadmap to recovery and says it relies on four main areas to begin getting to stay back on his feet and back to normal expanding of our testing capacity second increasing hospital surge capability third increase increasing our supply of PP and forth a robust contact tracing operation that said governor Hogan says now is not the time to re open citing the federal government's new three phase re opening plan which calls for data like confirmed cases and deaths to trend down for fourteen days and right now Hogan says those coronavirus numbers are still going up can delfi WTOP news locally more than twenty one thousand people have tested positive for the corona virus since the outbreak began more than eight hundred have died Maryland has the most infections with more than eleven thousand cases Virginia's total is about seventy five hundred the death strict has twenty four hundred we've learned that Maryland schools will stay closed until at least mid may and we're getting reaction from that from school leaders Montgomery County schools superintendent Dr Jack Smith on the news that instead of re opening April twenty seventh Maryland schools will stay closed until may fifteenth because of the corona virus pandemic I did not think they would open schools on April twenty seventh there is there's nothing in the data or the evidence or any indication that that would be a good decision noting the number of cases of covert nineteen in prince George's county Dr Monica golds and C. E. O. of that county school system called the decision understandable Maryland state education association president Cheryl Bowes said well the decision from the state superintendent was the right call there's no substitute for in person learning Smith agrees calling education of face to face business but he also added this this situation as terrible as it is and no one was sure choose that it is helping this thing more about using the digital tools and the connectivity in the twenty first century Kate Ryan WTOP news the local grocery store chain mega March announced a two hour food giveaway of items like rice and milk and more people than they ever could have expected showed up to that event yesterday NBC four reports hundreds of people lined up around parking lots and far down the streets at seven locations including chillum Rockville and Takoma park Montgomery County executive Marc Elrich said the images of that reflect the reality of a community that's suffering it turns out more than ten percent said Montgomery County is.
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"Mayor Muriel Bowser asked residents to stay home this weekend to help stop the spread it wasn't in order but it was a request from the mayor a U. S. navy civilian employee at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis has tested positive for corona virus the navy saying that person is currently isolated in their residence and is receiving support even medical care a member of vice president Mike pence's staff has tested positive this was the first no positive test of a White House staffer presses separate pence's press secretary Katie Miller says that neither president trump nor vice president pence had any close contact with that person USA swimming is calling for the Tokyo Olympic Games to be postponed until next year because of the outbreak and more than four thousand people have died from the disease in Italy with more than six hundred deaths reported yesterday alone and that is the biggest day today increase in Italy's four week epidemic six twenty two now on the kindness of humanity is on display at go fund me the C. E. O. they're timid cat again says that people have been giving millions of dollars through the crowd funding platform to struggling workers businesses and nonprofit groups across the globe since the corona virus scare began collectively the campaigns have raised more than forty million dollars over the past few weeks in recent days of one in every three new campaigns created in the U. S. has cited the coronavirus campaigns run the gamut from people raising funds for closed restaurants and their workers to subsidizing actors medical professionals and school children well ever since the new corona virus was first identified in Wuhan China in December there has been fear and misinformation spread about it some people are concerned that the virus could be fueling human rights violations not discriminate against people and neither should we the civil rights section of the DC attorney general's office Michelle Thomas is how people act what they ask and what they say in the Chinese virus can create hostile environments that are actionable under DC's Human Rights Act citing another example provider cannot accommodate patients request for maybe a non Asian nurse or maybe a younger doctor or a different cast year because of their fear it's also illegal for companies to fire promote or tonight workers hours based on age race or national origin Kristy king WTOP news most industries are being hit hard by the corona virus too and the real estate industry is no exception one thing that's out real estate companies are encouraging people to not have open houses so that only those that have written consent from sellers would they have an open house Corey brewer TTR Sotheby's international realty says also when a realtor shows a home we're being very meticulous about wipes and hand sanitizer and not having people share the same rooms except truck and those looking at a whole we're being told not to touch any surface is also when it comes to closings steps are being taken to limit contact during that process as well Mike Morello WTOP news coming up.
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"Mayor Muriel Bowser's announcement that all restaurants and bars in the district will be Kerry out only there are concerns leaving us all but it hanging out there with these restrictions make it impossible for us to get your business Tom Johnson with the whole restaurant group owns several restaurants throughout the district he had originally pushed back refusing to comply with the mayor's orders he has since agreed to comply and says he rather see a more strict plan of action just close up and then there might be some help out there where we can reach out to grocery stores will remain open Melissa Howell W. two opinions the Maryland state police superintendent says his department is ready to enforce the state's new small gatherings rule governor Larry Hogan's new water bans gatherings of more than fifty people and state police and local law enforcement said they're prepared to arrest anyone who deliberately flout the directives MSPs superintendent colonel Woodrow Jones tells the Baltimore sun that his department is prepared to arrest biz this owners customers and citizens who ignore the governor's instructions a staying home if you can as a top recommendation but if you have to go out there are some changes to be aware of with big drops in ridership metro mark and VRE have cut back service other transit systems very mattress down to trains every twelve minutes at all times of day and could cut service more soon hours are not changing at this point metro buses on a Saturday supplemental schedule theories now on an S. schedule indefinitely as we ride this out marks on an R. schedule with some tweaks on the pendant bronze reclines airlines and Amtrak if cut back to capital bikeshare still working reversible roads and HOV lanes are in regular weekday rush hour mode even if it's quiet out there I. sixty six tolls for example are just a fraction of their usual peaks DC parking rules do apply except for street sweeping restrictions in the district next month WTOP news another school system in Virginia says classes will start even later at Loudon county to the list of schools that will be closed until at least April tenth Loudon county is the third largest school system in Virginia with more than eighty three thousand students in some ninety four schools loud now joins neighboring Fairfax county is keeping its doors closed until the tenth of April they joined thousands of other students across the DMV forced to sit out parts of the spring semester to avoid spreading the corona virus del Walters WTOP news have a question about corona virus well WTOP is here to help you can email us at talkback at WTOP dot com you can also tweet us at WTOP or send us a note through the WTOP app up ahead will tell you what's happening at the Catholic diocese of Arlington regarding at the corona virus it's five oh eight get a fifty nine dollar precision furnace tune up by calling eight hundred nine four eight might rise again whether on the aids and when it breaks right nice quiet ride so far out of Frederick to seventy headed south.
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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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"Iran rising DC's mayor Muriel Bowser says the nation's capital is prepared for any possible retaliation from Iran 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 linsey Parker so we actually have a remarkably large network a few billion attempts every year both from good actors and from bad actors we've not seen any spike or any anything to suggest that decisional 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 well if you use the web browser Firefox you may be open to a hack attack the department of homeland security is urging anyone using Firefox or Firefox ESO hours a browser to get a software update now the fed say hackers could potentially exploit a vulnerability in Firefox and take control of an infected system PC magazine says a bug could allow hackers to run now where or crash your computer completely the companies put out a patch in DHS warns you should use it now that's fox is Joe NATO two teenagers on the night before their high school graduation went to a Montgomery village neighborhood looking to sell some graduation tickets and they ended up dead now the last of four people convicted of murdering the two northwest high school students has been sentenced I'll be behind bars for the rest of his life Roger Garcia showed little emotion as he was sentenced to one hundred years in prison the judge calling him the linchpin between seventeen shot in a jar an eighteen year old are ten December of living and dying because he sound responded to a Snapchat posted this are selling the tickets is ours father ADI says while justice was served here today the pain remains they said of the time and time the time will heal I could tell you the time whenever he'll overcome with emotion in court the father yelled at Garcia you destroyed our lives Garcia didn't apologize only saying his heart goes out to the families the killing prosecutors say was part of a plan to retaliate against new jar for a drug robbery involving one of the other convicted man's future wife and Montgomery County circuit court Mike Morello WTOP news three other suspects in the case were all sentenced to life without parole one of the biggest tech companies in the world is coming to our area but don't be surprised if you don't hear many details for a while Microsoft for more than three hundred acres of land in Loudon county right near the Leesburg airport to build the data center there now the town of Leesburg has signed a non disclosure agreement with Microsoft because the plan is for the town to annex the land that right now was officially county land and D. A.'s are standard when a large company contemplates bringing its business to an area to avoid tipping off competitors one of the things included in the agreement will be utilities since data centers rely on a lot of electricity and water the ilog instinct up will you feel Pinos five forty four sports coming up with the with the following is a paid commercial message hi Martin Schwartz president of vehicles for change here to thank the hundreds of VSC superheroes who donated their cart of vehicles for change thanks to you more than four hundred where the families get to work take their children after school recreation athletic activities never before.
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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.
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"AM six thirty Washington small WMA Al I'm Jim Bartell police in Washington DC have made an. Arrest last month shooting death of ten-year-old Makhaya Wilson who was killed in. A hell. Of gunfire while on, her, way to buy ice cream mayor Muriel bowser says police are still seeking other gunmen this. Murder was devastating on this was a beautiful two year. Old child. And we, are called on the public to help us and. We continue to ask for the public's assistance. In this case a warrant. Has been issued for a second man in police say they are trying to identify three additional suspects Medicare for all. In legalizing marijuana. Are two of the policies being proposed by Maryland's democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben jealous one political analyst says jealous progressive policies. Could hurt his. Chance of winning not only your jealous proposals very far left then jealous has not done a good. Job of defy Dining who he. Is and why his policies are are. Good ones, Melissa Dak min is a political science professor at Washington. College still jealous optimistic saying his progressive plan will make Maryland more prosperous but duckman says some Democrats who are more centrist fear that he's maybe too. Liberal for some voters duckman says moderate Democrats vote for incumbent Republican, governor Larry HOGAN instead have their. Curtis sound AL and WFAN AL dot com the first lady will help, plant a sapling from an ice and our era tree on the White House lawn this Monday correspondent Carey. Shoemaker reports the, White House says the sapling comes from the original Eisenhower oak located near an east wing garden created by former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy the. Sapling will replace the tree that was removed from the grounds earlier this. Year first. Lady Melania Trump will, be, on hand to help with the planning on the South Lawn The granddaughter of president Dwight. D Eisenhower is also expected to attend I'm Kerry shoe Maker WMA.
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"That's pretty incredible the surgeon sanctuaries began under obama with an average of three sanctuaries per month added during his two terms current affairs disticts meanwhile under president trump seeing an average of sixteen new sanctuaries each month despite him fighting this california looms large on the list more than one hundred and thirty the sanctuaries are in the state including more than eighty that are new additions to the list reflecting the anti sentiment of the west coast some jurisdictions embrace the sanctuary labels such as the district of columbia mayor muriel bowser says said he's proud of the work it does to shield immigrants fairfax county objects on their website they said and not a sanctuary county or sanctuary city virginia's largest jurisdiction but of course it is and he goes on the house of representatives last year passed a bill to crack down on sanctuary cities but the senate was unable to clear democratic filibuster when the issue came up now i've talked about this in language that i think is appropriate we have in this country leftist radical areas that have for purposes of immigration seceded from the union they've nullified federal immigration law and they wrap themselves humanitarianism and they did this evaluation of federal law and we have federal judges who about this we have cities that defy federal law we've states that defy federal law we've courts that will not allow the federal government that is the president and the attorney general to enforce federal law including threatening cities and states by withholding federal funds which is typical way you enforce federal law by the way and so in a bigger context what's going on here what's going on every day what's going on every single day around this country every single day around this country the democrat agenda is enshrined in america's agenda even if we don't vote for they use the courts they.