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Madeleine Albright honored by Biden, other world leaders

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Madeleine Albright honored by Biden, other world leaders

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"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

"Savings on fences Dax and pavers go to long fan dot com and schedule your free estimate today Ten 11 We've been telling you about a multi car crash in prince George's county that happened early this morning killed one person injured 5 others Well there were two other deadly car crashes in prince George's county early this morning First was on the suitland Parkway near southern avenue just before 2 a.m. U.S. park police tell WTO P two vehicles were involved a juvenile was killed 6 other people had non life threatening injuries There was also a one car crash on the Baltimore Washington Parkway near Laurel about 7 a.m. a person in that car died The last two years are seeing a lot of people struggling to maintain any kind of hope about the present or the future A new book from the national cathedral hopes to show you where there has been light During some of these dark times The book is titled reconciliation healing and hope sermons from Washington national cathedral and they're taken from services during the pandemic The book is an edited volume of some of those sermons that actually speak to what was going on in the world around us The book was edited by Jan naylor cope the provost at the national cathedral services streamed online drew tens of thousands of new worshipers in all the book contains about 40 sermons from cathedral clergy as well as guest sermons from the likes of John meacham who writes the forward to the book cope says readers will come to understand there's always goodness out there if we have eyes to see and ears to hear and hearts to respond John dome in WTO news Gas prices have jumped significantly over the past two weeks up 79 cents a gallon for the national average which is now $4 43 cents a gallon for regular Tom closer global head of energy analysis at Opus told CBS News he does not think prices will stay this high for the long term I think the second half of this year may be considerably different from the first staff And we're going to get more crude oil out from U.S. producers from Canada from Norway from Brazil and maybe we'll get some more from a couple of OPEC countries the most notable being needed United Arab Emirates or the UAE I don't think these are the prices that we have to live with as the new normal Gas prices are a dollar 54 higher than last year Coming up on WTO you'd think the new March Madness bracket would be the big sports news today but then Tom Brady had a change of heart Sports in two minutes Ten 13 The following is a paid commercial message This is bishop Michael burbage of the Catholic diocese of Arlington March is women's history month a time when we celebrate the.

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"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 3 months ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

"20% off savings on fences decks and pavers go to long fan dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's 8 11 D.C. police are investigating a crash that sent 5 children and two adults to the hospital happened just before four 30 this afternoon on northbound D.C. two 95 at Pennsylvania avenue southeast Multiple cars were involved in the crash according to police and all the victims were taken to the hospital with minor injuries It's not known yet what led to the crash The last two years have seen many people struggle to maintain hope about the present and the future A new book from the national cathedral hopes to show you where there's been light during some of these dark times The book is titled reconciliation healing and hope sermons from Washington national cathedral and they're taken from services during the pandemic The book is an edited volume of some of those sermons that actually speak to what was going on in the world around us The book was edited by Jan naylor cope the provost at the national cathedral services streamed online drew tens of thousands of new worshipers in all the book contains about 40 sermons from cathedral clergy as well as guest sermons from the likes of John meacham who writes the forward to the book cope says readers will come to understand there's always goodness out there if we have eyes to see and ears to hear and hearts to respond John dome in WTO news A gas price is jumped significantly over the past couple of weeks They went up 79 cents a gallon the national average anyway It's now $4 and 43 cents a gallon for regular Tom close up Global head of energy analysis at Opus told CBS News he does not think prices will stay this high long term I think the second half of this year may be considerably different from the first half and we're going to get more crude oil out from U.S. producers from Canada from Norway from Brazil and maybe we'll get some more from a couple of OPEC countries the most notable being needed United Arab Emirates or the UAE I don't think these are the prices that we have to live with as the new normal And with gas prices on the rise you might want to do a little shopping around before your next fill up we have rounded up some stations offering gas at a cheaper price Triple-A says that the average gas price in Virginia is $4 and 23 cents Using the Google Maps gas price search we found that the Exxon on north Washington street and Alexandria has gas for.

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"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

"WTO news 1224 WTO the last two years have seen many people struggle to maintain hope about the present and the future A new book from the national cathedral hopes to show you where there's been light during some of these dark times The book is titled reconciliation healing and hope sermons from Washington national cathedral and they're taken from services during the pandemic The book is an edited volume of some of those sermons that actually speak to what was going on in the world around us The book was edited by Jan naylor cope the provost at the national cathedral services streamed online drew tens of thousands of new worshipers in all the book contains about 40 sermons from cathedral clergy as well as guest sermons from the likes of John meacham who writes the forward to the book cope says readers will come to understand there's always goodness out there if we have eyes to see and ears to hear and hearts to respond John dome in WTO news Contest to show off your patriotism and your artistic abilities is now open in loudoun county This is a sticker contest Is in the kind of stickers you get after you cast a ballot Loudoun county residents are invited to design an I voted sticker for the upcoming November elections County residents can enter as often as they wish The basic sticker design should be a circle two inches in diameter with the I voted phrase or a variation of the theme and no more than four colors The deadline for entries is April 22nd 8 finalists will be selected followed by an online vote to determine the final three winning entries Money.

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"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

"From Christmas services at the national cathedral a service without worshipers in the pews because of COVID The dean of the cathedral the very reverend Randolph Marshall hollerith took the pandemic issue head on God bless you all wherever you are I hope you were safe I hope you were sound and well and I hope you'll have a very blessed Christmas While we may not be together in person we are together in spirit The episcopal cathedral decided to go all virtual this Christmas because of the acron surge nearly 14,000 people viewed the service on YouTube Hundreds of people spent part of Christmas walking in front of The White House No it's not a protest It's people just enjoying one of the biggest Christmas trees around Here at the national Christmas tree you can see onlookers sporting shorts and t-shirts because of the weather It's a nice day out for a walk and enjoy the sights Yeah my weather's nice today so Over 50 other trees surround the big one each representing a state or territory and even a tree for the Department of the Interior's bureau of Indian education Janet from Damascus has been coming for years And it's this back 5th or 6th time coming down here So it's a great idea I just love it Her husband Paul That's like seeing the different decorations from the different states that try to try to pick things up from the state Their favorite was of course the Maryland tree Here at the ellipse wishing you a Merry Christmas Luke Luger WP news The bidens visited a special Christmas tree in DuPont's circle dedicated to teachers on Christmas Eve That tree is at floriana restaurant Restaurant bar manager dito Sevilla describes the experience Shook hands I showed the tree She asked about some of the teachers and some of the ornaments on the tree the president plays a official 2021 White House ornament on it The tree features 40 photos of the First Lady She herself an educator It also includes the names of teachers at nearby Ross elementary and about a 160 names of other teachers all contributed by the community The tree will be up through the beginning of January Still a head on WTO P what drove a man to burn the Christmas Reese He stolen from a Hagerstown cemetery Sports is next to 1144.

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"national cathedral" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on AP News

"Highest court blocked a mandate that would ban mask and other COVID safety requirements Computer security experts around the world are scrambling to patch a critical flaw that's already led to server intrusions Our Mike Gracia reports The bug dubbed a log four shell exploits a vulnerability in the online game Minecraft It opens a loophole in software code that's common to cloud servers and enterprise software used across both industry and government And 87 year old drivers being held in riverside county California after plowing into a group of children coming home from school Thursday a 9 year old girl was killed tributes are coming in for monkey's guitarist Michael Nesmith he died at the age of 78 This is AP news It was an emotional service at the Washington national cathedral for former senator Bob Dole of Kansas President Biden noted 50 years of friendship with Dole who died Sunday at 98 after a life the president says was marked by service honor and integrity Taps is now sounding for this giant of our time And of all time Who nearly died after being paralyzed in World War II but came back to become the Senate's leader and a GOP presidential nominee Robin Dole says her dad accomplished a lot His goal was to help one person each day She says some days he helped 40,000 I will miss him Sagar Meghani at The White House Denver finally got its first snowfall of the season shattering an 87 year old record for the city's latest snow and it wasn't much just three tenths of an inch I'm Jackie Quinn a P news 15 minutes could save you 15% or more Wait a minute I've heard that before That's the note Jeremy wrote to me in my yearbook in the 6th grade How did you even know that Because it's from Geico Here it is Dear Luke have a great summer PS 15 minutes could save you 15% or more.

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Dole: 'Genuine hero' paid war's price, triumphed in Senate

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Dole: 'Genuine hero' paid war's price, triumphed in Senate

"After after a a memorial memorial service service at at Washington Washington national national cathedral cathedral Bob Bob dole's dole's remains remains traveled traveled to to another another landmark landmark one one he's he's credited credited with with creating creating decades decades after after being being paralyzed paralyzed in in World World War War two two dole dole spent spent years years pushing pushing for for a a memorial memorial to to those those who who also also fought fought there there how how many many structures structures in in this this city city exist exist but but for for the the efforts efforts of of one one man man actor actor Tom Tom Hanks Hanks says says dole dole did did everything everything but but pour pour the the concrete concrete which which he he may may have have done done were were it it not not for for the the right right arm arm paralyzed paralyzed in in the the war war joint joint chiefs chiefs chairman chairman mark mark Milley Milley says says dole dole did did not not give give up up while while lying lying in in the the Italian Italian mountains mountains with with near near fatal fatal wounds wounds he he kept kept serving serving long long after after you you continually continually raises raises hand hand mangled mangled as as it it was was to to support support and and defend defend the the constitution constitution of of the the United United States States of of America America in in the the army army and and in in Congress Congress Bob Bob Dole Dole always always always always put put his his country country first first Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Dignitaries honor Bob Dole at Washington National Cathedral funeral service

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Dignitaries honor Bob Dole at Washington National Cathedral funeral service

"Washington Washington is is saying saying it's it's final final good good byes byes to to Bob Bob Dole Dole at at Washington Washington national national cathedral cathedral god god I I love love the the guy guy president president Biden Biden noted noted fifty fifty years years of of friendship friendship with with dole dole who who died died Sunday Sunday at at ninety ninety eight eight after after a a life life the the president president says says was was marked marked by by service service honor honor and and integrity integrity taxes taxes now now sound sound for for this this giant giant of of our our time time and and of of all all time time nearly nearly died died after after being being paralyzed paralyzed in in World World War War two two but but came came back back to to become become the the Senate's Senate's leader leader and and the the G. G. O. O. P. P. presidential presidential nominee nominee Robert Robert dole dole says says her her dad dad accomplished accomplished a a

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Bob Dole honored in ceremony at U.S. Capitol

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Bob Dole honored in ceremony at U.S. Capitol

"Day day after after lying lying in in state state in in the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol former former senator senator Bob Bob Dole Dole will will be be honored honored with with two two services services in in Washington Washington there there will will be be a a private private service service at at Washington Washington national national cathedral cathedral and and a a public public one one of of the the World World War War two two memorial memorial president president Biden Biden plans plans to to speak speak at at the the cathedral cathedral ceremony ceremony along along with with dole's dole's family family and and close close friends friends his his casket casket then then travels travels to to the the World World War War two two memorial memorial for for a a public public celebration celebration of of life life featuring featuring joint joint chiefs chiefs of of staff staff chairman chairman general general mark mark Milley Milley and and actor actor Tom Tom Hanks Hanks dole's dole's wife wife former former senator senator Elizabeth Elizabeth dole dole will will lay lay a a wreath wreath in in his his honor honor dole dole served served nearly nearly thirty thirty six six years years in in Congress Congress he he died died Sunday Sunday at at the the age age of of ninety ninety eight eight my my

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"national cathedral" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on AP News

"Colin Powell at the national cathedral Former presidents dignitaries and family members all paid their respects There was a candlelight vigil for an Iowa high school Spanish teacher killed allegedly by two students our Mike Gracia reports Court hearings are set for next week for two Iowa 16 year olds charged with murder in the death of a high school Spanish teacher 66 year old graeber was reported missing Tuesday Her remains were found at a park later that day Police in California say they've caught the so called clover leaf rapist tracked down through DNA technology The weekend brings the end of daylight saving time This is AP news The Georgia trial for three men charged with killing Ahmad Arbery last year starts out with racial overtones In her opening statement prosecutor lynda donakowski said a series of assumptions and driveway decisions triggered the attack on the 25 year old black man This is the emergency ladies and gentlemen I'm out here in satilla shores and there's a black male running down the street Defense attorney Robert Rubin said Travis mcmichael and his father Greg considered Arbery a scary mystery who had been videotaped inside a nearby house that was under construction where things had gone missing Ruben said that mcmichaels gave chase hoping to detain him until police arrived but arbor refused to stop and lunge towards mcmichael and his gun Travis mcmichael is acting in self defense To try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer King The district attorney in Albany county New York is sought to delay in charging former governor Andrew Cuomo for a groping allegation saying the complaint filed by a local sheriff last week was potentially defective I'm Jackie Quinn a P news.

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Black veterans on what Colin Powell meant to them

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Black veterans on what Colin Powell meant to them

"Friends and family have remembered Colin Powell at his funeral as not just a trailblazing soldier and diplomat but as an honorable person at Washington national cathedral there were presidents and generals and diplomats all honoring the nation's first black joint chiefs chairman and secretary of state who died last month at eighty four son Michael Powell says there's no point in trying to emulate his dad's resume which is too formidable for mere mortals what people should do is try to emulate the character of a man close friend Madeleine Albright says almost transcended time one of the gentlest and most decent people any of us will ever meet Michael Powell says that's the example that needs to live on I hope we recommit ourselves to being a nation where we are still making

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"national cathedral" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business app and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business I'm John Tucker in the Bloomberg newsroom in this Bloomberg business flash risk on day for the markets stock market cheering better than estimated jobs report This saw adding to evidence that the U.S. economy is recovering Now you have tenure yields sinking below one and a half percent for the first time in a month the likelihood of increased sparkish Ness for the Federal Reserve rising after the upside surprises and revisions in today's jobs report Advance Suzuki over at RB advisers issuing a word of caution he says all the criteria for a bubble in stocks as far as he's concerned has been met Growth is actually better than expected And that's going to support a lot of the markets are contention here though is that there's a growing bubble within the markets And however you want to look at it at the U.S. equity market is probably 45% tied into that bubble in some way or another And so that's the big concern here All the major equity benchmarks are trading at records Have paired some of the gains since this morning though S&P 500 set for its 5th consecutive weekly rally at this holds up That would be the longest winning streak since August of 2020 the NASDAQ 100 rising for a tenth straight day Although you do have some technology firms to underperforming the industrials the financials and the commodities shares Stocks also getting a boost today David just mentioned you had Pfizer saying its COVID-19 pill reduced hospitalizations and deaths in high risk patients And again the labor market getting back on track in October without larger than forecast and broad based payrolls game But now that engine's industrial average of 227 points the Gatsby 500 24 points higher but as the composite index of 64 points at your Bloomberg business flash I'm John Tucker This is balance of power on Bloomberg television and radio I'm David Weston For Bloomberg first word news we go now to ridicule Gupta Thanks David Friends family and former colleagues are honoring Colin Powell The widely praised soldier diplomat who rose from humble Bronx beginnings to become the first a black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and later served as the first black Secretary of State pal is being remembered at a funeral today at the Washington national cathedral President Biden on the First Lady are attending And President Biden is considering a potential release from the strategic petroleum reserve to bring down those gasoline.

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Watch Live: Colin Powell's funeral held at Washington's National Cathedral

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Watch Live: Colin Powell's funeral held at Washington's National Cathedral

"Former diplomat Colin Powell will be remembered by family and friends at a funeral today at the Washington national cathedral Paul rose from humble beginnings to become the first black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and later served as the first black secretary of state he'll be eulogized by Madeleine Albright who preceded him as the nation's top diplomat Richard Armitage who was deputy secretary under pol and pol son Michael Powell died two and a half weeks ago of complications of Colbert nineteen at the age of eighty four he had been vaccinated against the corona virus but his family says his immune system had been compromised by multiple myeloma a blood cancer for which he had been undergoing treatment my

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Washington DC Faith leaders get COVID-19 shot to curb vaccine reluctance

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC Faith leaders get COVID-19 shot to curb vaccine reluctance

"And effort underway to educate people who are hesitant about getting the vaccine. The government is working with local faith leaders to try and get more shots into more arms. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand spoke with a leader at Washington National Cathedral who was bringing influential voices in to help spread the word a show of faith in the cove in 19 vaccine as religious leaders received their shots in front of cameras. It's part of the push to build trust in vaccinations across the communities, they serve the only way to achieve Success in this moment is by our reaching across and working together. Cannon. Leonard Hamlin Sr of Washington National Cathedral invited Dr Anthony Fauci and National Institutes of Health director Dr Francis Collins to discuss with clergy from across the region. How they

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The Latest: French PM plans to get vaccinated as an example

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: French PM plans to get vaccinated as an example

"The national institutes of health teamed up with the Washington national cathedral in an effort to get churches to encourage parishioners to get vaccinated against cope with nineteen Dr Francis Collins heads the national institutes of health which was involved in the research and testing of potential cobit vaccines as a believer and a scientist I can see the opportunity to use the tools of science as a chance to be part of god's plan for healing he calls on faith leaders to reach out to those who are skeptical about getting vaccinated there is nothing to fear here and there's much to be gained and at the cathedral infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci tried to dispel some of the myths like the vaccine will make you sick or it contains a microchip there really are things as ridiculous as that about T. says the vaccines are the answer to ending the pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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"They're never truly gone": Biden honors 500,000 American lives lost to COVID-19

First Light

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

"They're never truly gone": Biden honors 500,000 American lives lost to COVID-19

"Bell ringing at the National Cathedral in Washington honoring the 500,000 Americans who have lost their lives to covert President Biden with the message to grieving families, they will come The memory of the loved one you lost. Bring a smile to your lips before a tear to your eye. ABC news chief White House correspondent Cecilia Vega was there is the president lit candles in honor of those who died? This is someone who knows. Profoundly what grief and loss is he lost his wife. He lost his young daughter. He lost his son just a few years ago to brain cancer across the country coated cases and deaths are on the

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White House holds candlelight vigil, moment of silence to mourn COVID-19 deaths

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

White House holds candlelight vigil, moment of silence to mourn COVID-19 deaths

"Grim, the heartbreaking milestone. That's what President Biden had to say about coronavirus deaths in the country crossing the 500,000 threshold. Moment of silence at the White House, where the president and vice president held a candle lighting ceremony to mark the grim milestone of 500,000 lives lost to the pandemic in the U. S. That's more Americans. Who've died in one year. This pandemic. In World War one. World War two in the Vietnam War Combined, the Bells tolled 500 times at the National Cathedral in Washington. Natalie Brand, CBS News, The White House.

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U.S. COVID-19 death toll surpasses 500,000

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. COVID-19 death toll surpasses 500,000

"Covered 19 death toll Top 500 million yesterday and at the White House, a moment of silence in the candlelight memorial for those who have lost their lives as it inviting address the nation last night and bills at the National Cathedral tolled at five PM to mark the grim milestone. Earlier yesterday, Mr Biden ordered that flags on federal property be lowered to half staff for five

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Grim milestone: 500000 virus deaths in US

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Grim milestone: 500000 virus deaths in US

"Tolled at the National Cathedral before President Biden called the 500,000 deaths a grim, heartbreaking milestone as we acknowledge the scale of this mass death. In America. Remember each person The life they lived. He offered special condolences to those who are grieving heart a tree. Those of you who are going to it right now and urged the nation to put the politics aside and honor the dead by stopping the spread of the virus socially distance. Mask up. If actually do when it's your turn. Why didn't the vice president and their spouses bowed their heads for a moment of silence outside the White House? As 500 candles flicker to reflect 500,000 lives? Lost?

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Washington DC National Cathedral honors COVID-19 victims as US reaches 500,000 deaths

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Washington DC National Cathedral honors COVID-19 victims as US reaches 500,000 deaths

"Other nation is processing. Another harsh reality during this pandemic is bells tolled 500 times at the National Cathedral tonight for the more than 500,000 dead from covert so far. And the president. Also honor victims is in his own way at the White House CBS News Special report at the White House Monday night. The Marine band playing Amazing Grace as President Biden pays tribute after the U. S. Covert 19 death toll reaches 500,000. Mr Biden spoke to those who have lost loved ones. The day will come. The memory of the loved one you lost. Bring a smile to your lips before a tear to your eye. It will come. I promise you And that's when you know you're going to be okay. CBS is Dr David Vegas on the US passing another grim milestone. A half a million people have died from the virus, and so there is significant loss being felt. And literally every corner of the country.

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Biden mourns 500,000 U.S. COVID-19 deaths, balancing nation's grief and hope

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Biden mourns 500,000 U.S. COVID-19 deaths, balancing nation's grief and hope

"Bells at the National Cathedral in the nation's capital tolling 500 times this evening in memory of the more than 500,000 Americans who have died of covert 19 since the start of the pandemic. CBS News Special Report President Biden has addressed the nation as the U. S. Covert 19 death toll tops 500,000 here. People described his ordinary Americans. There's no such thing. Nothing ordinary about him. People we lost were extraordinary. They spanned generations. Mr. Biden, taking on the role of consoler in chief asked the nation to remember those who have fallen victim of covert 19. We have to resist becoming numb to the sorrow. Have to resist doing each life is this just as a statistic? Vanderbilt University Dr William Schaffner think. Indeed, a majority of the deaths could have been prevented if we had had he sustained science and public health based National policy. At the end of his speech, Mr Biden said, this nation will smile again. There will be sunny days and he said there will be joy

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"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

"Watch the left side for crash activity and response on scene 95 of the B W Parkway. Quiet 50 across the Bay Bridge, No reported delays. He and Crawford w T o P. TRAFFIC STORM Team four meteorologist Samara Theodore Cole start to the second half of our weekend, but by this afternoon, we should be in the upper thirties Low forties a mix of sun and clouds for Sunday, keeping a close eye on Ah, disturbance that could bring some flurries or flakes to the area this afternoon briefly, but I think honestly, most of a state dry tomorrow storm system has the potential to bring wintry weather in We're starting off with rain around lunchtime, probably just before in some areas South and west. And then through the afternoon evening north of the Beltway, we could be looking at some freezing rain, snow and sleet, especially the farther north and west. You had as far as accumulation goes not much in the way of snow, but Cem, glazing and icing could be an issue for untreated roads again. This looks like a mainly rain event south of the Beltway highs tomorrow, having the upper thirties low forties Tuesday, changing over to rain throughout the day. High temperatures on Tuesday in the mid forties I'm starting for meteorologists, Samara Theodore right now. 26 degrees in Annapolis. It's 28 dumb Freeze! We've got 22 degrees. At the National Cathedral in northwest D. C. This'll is w t o p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. W t o p. Never miss a moment telling you t o P is top news is brought to you by van Meter homes. Find a home that's right for you at van meter homes dot com. And good Sunday morning. I'm John Doman. Luke Luke. It is our producer and coming up President Biden trying to change the tone of the Corona virus Response from the U. S government. Man is facing serious.

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Washington DC's National Cathedral Hosts Virtual Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service

All Things Considered

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC's National Cathedral Hosts Virtual Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service

"Joined in a clear call today for reform at the National Prayer Service for President Biden and Vice President Harris NPR's Tom Johnson says the service was held virtually and featured more than two dozen speakers. A prayer service for an incoming president has been a tradition since the days of George Washington. The idea is to ask divine blessing for the new administration. But this year service was sharper than those of the past, with a more urgent message and speakers addressing with the Reverend William Barber in his sermon called five interlocking injustices, systemic racism, poverty, ecological devastation, denial of health care. War economy and the false, distorted marred narrative of religious nationalism. The speakers were chosen by the Biden Presidential Inaugural Committee and the clergy of the National Cathedral. Tom Dalton. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street

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"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

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04:07 min | 1 year ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

"After one this afternoon. She was air lifted from the scene. There's no word on her condition. Park Police are looking for a black Honda with two people in it. That left that scene. They're continuing to investigate the shootings. At last report, all north bound lanes in the area were closed. We will bring you more as we learn it. DCs public charter schools are going to get a big helping hand from the city Mayor Muriel Bowser announced $10 million in grants to support efforts to return students to public charter classrooms. The mayor's office says helping public charters reopen contributes to the equitable re sourcing necessary to reopen schools across the city. The mayor says teachers have done remarkable work with virtual instruction. But the best place for students and teachers is the classroom. You can't see them in person yet, but there is the hope that in 2021, you'll be able to visit the paper doves that have flocked to the National Cathedral is part of an art installation. More than 1000 white paper doves float over the nave of the national Cathedral. The very Reverend Randolph Holleran, dean of the National Cathedral, talked about the exhibit within the religious tradition. They mean hope. They mean peace. They are often symbols of the spirit and hope and peace. And having God's spirit with us is something that we very much wishing want for the year to come. Michael Penn trees, the artist behind the work that's toward Europe and cathedrals in the U. S. Hendry, who's from Munich, says he misses being able to share the work in person and remembers one woman's reaction. She was clapping hands, eh? Hey, thank you very much. Art can be beautiful again. Kate Ryan. W T o P News after more than a century, a Confederate statue has come down at the U. S Capitol, and it will probably be replaced by a civil rights icon from Virginia For 111 years, The statue of Robert E. Lee has been one of the two statues representing Virginia in the U. S. Capitol. Last night, he came down and he'll be moved to a museum Congresswoman Jennifer Weston watched. It was really exciting. I mean, it was the culmination of a lot of work by a lot of people. Civil rights leader Barbara Johns will replace lied when she was 16 years old in 1951. She led a walkout protesting the conditions of her all black school informed them. We could have come up with a better person than Barbara Johns, too. Represent the Commonwealth and our values in the U. S. Capitol. A statue of John's must now be approved by the General Assembly during the next session before sculptor could be commissioned Melissa how w. T O P Nis and Straight ahead here. Let's find out what's coming up in money News with Jim the markets and the day mixed condos could replace the Americana Hotel. I'm Jeff Global. Thank you, Jeff 4 24. This week. It's safe way. Pick up everything you need for great meals at home. Shop with your club card and get spiral sliced ham for a dollar 99 per pound and signature Select sugar £4 packages are 99 cents each with digital coupon Safeway. It's just better. Money. News of 25 55. Hello, Jeff. Play ball. Hello. Hillary turned out a lot better than I could've. The Dow was down more than 400 points this morning. By the closing bell Lee was up. Although just 37 points the S and P 500 index ended the day down. 14, the NASDAQ Down just 13 points. This was the first day Tesla was included in the S and P 500 index. It's stock fell. But Tesla's stock has rally more than 700%. This year. $150 billion will of Tesla's shares traded hands on Friday ahead of its S and P 500 inclusion. Virginia's unemployment rate fell below 5% for the first time since March last month at 4.9%. Maryland's unemployment rate fell to 6.8% in the district. It fell to 7.5%, the iconic Americana hotel overlooking Richmond Highway in Crystal City. It's permanently closed this month could become the site of brand new condos. J. B G. Smith has acquired it and says it may replace it with condos or new apartments. Jeff Global Wtlv needs money news brought to you by better help dot com Better Help wants you to start living a happier life today with.

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Art installation featuring origami doves visits Washington DC National Cathedral

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Art installation featuring origami doves visits Washington DC National Cathedral

"But there is the hope that it could reopen and hope is what a new art installation of the cathedral is all about. The more than 1000 folded paper doves that float above the navel. The National Cathedral are part of work of art that's traveled around the world artist Michael Pendry explains. The flock has grown because at each spot The public is invited to create their own. That's the idea behind it that this flock grows from place to place from country to country and crosses borders, Pendry said. Many had messages written on them. Some heartbreaking, some inspiring. That's about freedoms about pieces about love that these are the main things that people really worry about, and want to. Have involved in their lives more than having a new car having a bigger house. Kate Ryan. W T o P.

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NewsRadio WIOD

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I assure you, we're not leaving until we finish this packet. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, one of the Big Four congressional leaders, negotiations intensified on Tuesday. They're trying to finalize the package that would, among other things, were news soon to expire. Jobless benefits, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says they'll pick it up again in the morning early. Then we'll be on schedule to get the doctor across the country. Covert inoculations continue with the Fizer vaccine of vaccine candidate from Moderna could be approved by weeks, and Food and Drug Administration staffers call that candidate safe and effective. Early FDA analysis showing Madonna's vaccine is nearly 95% effective and appears to prevent severe disease. Preliminary evidence also suggests the vaccine reduced asymptomatic infection in volunteers by two thirds after the first shot ABC Stephanie Ramos in the nation's capital Bells pealing in Washington National Cathedral 300 Times to mark the more than 300,000 Americans have died in the pandemic. The outgoing president may find Congress standing up to his veto threat. Republicans and Democrats overwhelmingly passed the National Defense Authorization Act to fund the military. The president's reaction He still does plan to veto the India A look first and Kayleigh McEnany, saying the president's not happy with the spending plan, not eliminating liability protection for Twitter and other social media and that it limits how and when he can pull US troops out of other countries. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington, A federal Judge in Cincinnati sentenced Brian Michael Rennie to two years in prison in April of last year when he claimed to be Timothy Pitzen, a boy who went missing from Aurora, Illinois, at age six in 2011. Really is now. 25. You're listening to ABC in it. From the W Y o d 24 hour traffic.

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"national cathedral" Discussed on AP News

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04:32 min | 1 year ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on AP News

"Moment, says the nation struggles with the Corona virus pandemic that his second millions and killed hundreds of thousands. At the National Cathedral in Washington 300 times, the bell told each toll marking 1000 Copan 19 deaths in the U. S. 300,000 and all states are struggling to find enough beds for all the coronavirus patients. California Governor Gavin Newsom says his state also has to plan for the inevitable deaths. 60 53 FT refrigerated storage units are currently standing by now in counties and in hospitals. You just had to order 5000 additional body bags. Among the positive signs. A second vaccine is found safe and effective by the FDA advisory panel will meet and decide his recommendation on the modern a vaccine Thursday. I'm Tim McGuire at the National Cathedral in Washington. 300 times the Bell told each toll marking 1000 Covad 19 deaths in the U. S. 300,000 and all. States are struggling to find enough beds for all the coronavirus patients. California Governor Gavin Newsom says his state also has to plan for the inevitable deaths. 60 53 FT refrigerated storage units are currently standing by now in counties and in hospitals. You just had to order 5000 additional body bags. Among the positive signs. A second vaccine is found safe and effective by the FDA advisory panel will meet and decide his recommendation on the modern a vaccine Thursday. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News I'm timid wire at the National Cathedral in Washington bells tolled 300 times once for each 1000 of the 300,000 people who have died in the pandemic. Medical workers across the nation continue to receive the Cupid 19 vaccine. Robert Lucky is an ICU nurse in Houston. But so many people have been touched by the But the virus disease so I think this would be hope for a lot of people. President elect Joe Biden campaigns for two Democrats hoping to win both of Georgia's Senate seats. I need two senators from this state. Want to get something done not to senators. We're just going to get in the way. Incumbent Republicans David Perdue and Kelly left Lor are in runoff elections. January 5th against Democrats. Jonah Soften Raphael Warnock. The outcome of the elections could determine which party is in charge of the U. S. Senate. The Minnesota pardons Board freeze a black man who was sent to prison for life when he was a teenager. I come before you 30 34 year old man. Spend more than light half of his life and incarcerated for a crime. I didn't commit Mayan. Burrell was 16 when he was sentenced to life in prison in the 2002 killing of 11 year old Tisha Edwards. Earlier this year, The Associated Press and American public media uncovered new evidence and flaws in the police investigation. Theeighties investigation found no hard evidence tying Burrell to the shooting. Burrell's co defendants said he was not at the scene and police failed to collect surveillance video from a convenience store that Burrell said could have Cleared him. That cup food store was the same store outside which police officer held his knee against George Floyd's neck on Memorial Day this year, causing Floyd's death and sparking racial injustice. Protests across the nation I might grow CIA. This is AP News. President elect Joe Biden nominates his former rival people to judge as secretary of transportation. He intends to choose former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm as his energy secretary. Biden also plans a tab Gina McCarthy, a former environmental Protection Agency administrator in the Obama administration, to head his administration's domestic climate plans. Across the federal government. One of the NFL's wild card games next month will be on Nickelodeon. It will be an NFL game, with SpongeBob running out of the tunnel and players being covered in digital slime after touchdowns. Three wild card games Will air January, 10th and Nickelodeon will simulcast the middle game for families with kids. No Eagle and Nate Burleson will do. Play by play, joined by Gabrielle Naevia Green of the Knicks show all that Co starred Lex Lumpkin will report from the field. The usual game.

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Hopeful sign: Midwestern states see drop in new virus cases

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Hopeful sign: Midwestern states see drop in new virus cases

"Sobering moments as a nation struggles with the corona virus pandemic that has sickened millions and killed hundreds of thousands at the national cathedral in Washington three hundred times the bell told each toll marking one thousand cope at nineteen deaths in the U. S. three hundred thousand in all states are struggling to find enough beds for all the corona virus patients California governor Gavin Newsom says his state also has to plan for the inevitable deaths sixty fifty three foot refrigerated storage units are currently standing by now in counties and hospitals we just had to order five thousand additional body bags among the positive side to a second vaccine is found safe and effective by the FDA an advisory panel will meet and decide this recommendation on the mall during a vaccine Thursday I'm timid wire

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"New York bells at the National Cathedral in Washington have been ringing all our 300 times for the 300,000 Cove in 19 deaths here in the U. S. Those on the front lines, agreeing the visor Corona virus vaccine for a second day. Some 400 hospitals nationwide received shipments today. Robert Lucky is a nurse in Houston. Proud Children do something like this for myself and obviously for the community as well. But dirties vaccine could get FDA approval this week and be distributed next week. I see you. Capacity in Los Angeles County hospitals has fallen to less than 100 beds. Some are completely out as our lilia Luciano reports from l A. This morning we had no more ICU bed Doctor, Brad spell. Berg is the chief medical officer of L. A county's USC medical center. This continues for another couple weeks like this when you have your car accident Where you gonna go over 4400. People are hospitalized in L. A one in five in the ICU, with vaccinations making their way. There is light at the end of the tunnel, but infections are rising. Record breaking levels panel could collapse on us before we reach the like Luciano. CBS NEWS LOS Angeles lawmakers are inching closer to an agreement on covert relief bills correspondent Steve Dorsey from Washington. We're not leaving here. Without a covert package. A promise from Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is lawmakers prepared to leave for the holiday recess. Many Democrats are dropping demands of bill include aid for local and state governments, while McConnell appears to be backing away from insisting on Corona virus related liability protections for businesses. For the first time since the presidential election. Joe Biden is appearing in person. With two Senate candidates in the South, the president elect ventured into the nation's hottest political battleground. The state of Georgia vote. Mr Biden.

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Dr. Fauci on vaccine

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00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Dr. Fauci on vaccine

"The nation's top infectious disease expert says unless the vast majority of Americans is willing to receive a corona virus inoculation the pandemic will continue wreaking havoc on the country Dr Anthony Fauci in a forum at the national cathedral says he's hopeful the general public will be able to receive a call back seen by the spring but people have to be willing to get it eighty percent of the population get vaccinated you have an umbrella of protection already that the virus has no place to go it would be looking for for vulnerable people are not finding it the doctor felt she cautions families to really think hard about the risk of getting together for the thanksgiving holiday maybe right now is not the time to have twenty five people in the house when you take your mask off as you're eating Jackie Quinn Washington

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"national cathedral" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Another excursion into broadcast excellence posted by me. Your guiding light Rush Limbaugh here at 800 to 82288 to the email address. If you want to be on the program is rush in. Be net, not us. Now I haven't been able to confirm that I happen to think this is probably true Wisconsin. Now has more votes than people who are registered to vote. The total number of registered voters. Wisconsin 3,129,000 rounded off the total number of votes cast in Wisconsin is three million. 9 239,020 so 3.1 million registered voters. 3.23 million. Votes cast. No, no, no, no, no. No. How does that happen? I mean, that is direct evidence. Of Ah, voter fraud. Trump. People are totally aware of this. They are as up to speed on this as you There's nobody better to be running this. Than the Trump family and the team of people that they have put together. There's nobody better to be running this operation. There's nothing that's going to surprise them. There's nothing that's going to get a sneak past them. There's no trick they haven't seen that they aren't prepared for This is this is this is not the Trump family and the team they have. This is this is not the old Republican Party of 20 years ago where We believe the way to behave was to lose with honor and turning under cheek and let's not get political. Let's not get dirty. Let's not be politics, soil, The officer that pregnant and that's that's not over. Not we're not dealing with that. Anymore. We're not dealing with the Republican Party that believes it's duty is to lose one honor. We're dealing with a family. It only knows one thing winning, winning, winning, but I'm not Trying to be cliches. Mollie Hemingway with its sweet This is repeating. The Stepien conference call with the media this morning. Just to remind you again. This is a 10 15 this morning, Bill Stepien says, if all legally cast ballots are counted. Even by conservative estimates. Trump wins on the call. Trump team says Trump will win Arizona by 30,000 votes there, pointing out that their data has been right thus far, including a close race in Wisconsin. And the media claimed it was going to be a Biden blow out. The media hasn't been right about any of this stuff. Their polling hasn't been right about any of it. Last night or this morning. 1:22 A.m. Eastern time Sean Davis Since Fox News made, it's utterly indefensible. Early call for Biden in Arizona, Trump has cut Biden's lead by nearly a third, and we're still only at 77% reporting. Fox made their call with 73% reporting. Then another 4% of the vote was counted and Trump had cut Biden's lead by nearly a third. That Arizona call that the investigation of that. Is. I think it's goingto reveals some fascinating Things that are going on in the bowels of the decision desk. At the Fox. News channel. I think You've got In Arizona. You have the McCain family, which just hates Donald Trump. They despise him. Ever since. You know if you're if you're the McCain family, the one thing you must do is genuflect towards John McCain. If you don't Why Something wrong with you. And Trump doesn't and hasn't genuflecting toward John McKay said. I don't I don't have a lot of respect. For military people get captured. Well, that's all it took. Since then there has been an abject hatred for Donald Trump within the McCain family to McCain family runs Arizona. The McCain family is the Republican Party in Arizona. They have been away. They devoted McCain's funeral to trying to destroy Donald Trump. McCain's funeral National Cathedral, which Trump Allowed them to use. They devoted the the eulogies. At the McCain funeral to trying to destroy Donald Trump. It was a never Trumper Express on parade. You think that they're not going to avail themselves of every opportunity they can. Then you've got Fox, which is no doubt mad. They left. They left the president go on the air, and he spends half the time he's on the air, ripping Fox. While giving him all that time. I'm sure that they're miffed and ticked off about it. You got some Never Trumpers at Fox to folks. I'm another one name any names, but you do. A bunch of them in there. And some of them are on the decision desk. You think they're not gonna take advantage of an opportunity? The harm Donald Trump. Damn straight, they will That's what they think they're perk is I want to go back to the first hour. You and I We were not Part of the establishment in Washington were not part of the deep state the people who are considering a perk, not tohave to obey standard norms of behavior or regulations of the law. That's what being A member in good standing of the deep state means it means that one of your purse is you don't have to. Obey the regulations that air passed for everybody else. You're exempt. It's a huge perk. And here comes Donald Trump, and he wants to shut that down. He wants to drain the swamp. He wants to eliminate. One of the big perks of being in the Washington establishment. Otherwords. He wants people. In government to be held accountable. Rather than get a pass. Well, being part of the establishment means explicitly not being held accountable. I'm gonna name names. Take anybody in the Russian Ooh! Name one of them that's gone to jail. Name one of them who's even been charged. They've all still got there. CNN gigs. They broke the law like you can't imagine the law being breaking broken. Everybody knows it. That's the perk. Trump wants him held accountable. You think there is going to sit idly by let Trump do it not going to do everything they can to ruin him and destroy him and his family. And he knows it. And you know what, folks? It hasn't made him chicken out. It hasn't made Trump back off Trump hasn't you know what? I'm? I'm gonna stop draining a swamp. You know, we don't need to do he hadn't done that. Has he? He keeps talking about draining this. Every shot they take at him, is met with a push back. Still in there fighting for your folks. And he's doing it now. With these election shenanigans..

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"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

"When switched overnight and now we're gonna have a lot of cloud cover as we continue through the day today so yesterday absolutely gorgeous today we've got the clowns and we've got cooler temperatures were only gonna be topping out the upper sixties to lower seventy with the extra clouds that we're gonna have across the area now there could be a chance of a sprinkle most of us are just gonna stay dry the best chance I actually see for some rain is gonna be west of the Blue Ridge mountains along this unit value even west of that into the Appalachian Mountains so maybe you're out camping or headed out for a hike best chance of some scattered showers and thunderstorms is going to be again west of the Blue Ridge mountains later on this afternoon or drying tomorrow not looking too bad for your Memorial Day one thousand sunshine though temperatures are gonna be in the mid to upper seventies so were warmer but it's normal for this time of year Tuesday Wednesday Thursday temperatures are gonna be in the eighties we'll get some sunshine back on something for me I was just floored rickets temperatures right now just a shade on either side of sixty degrees the warm spot as Warrington word sixty four we have sixty one in Frederick fifty seven in Waldorf it's only fifty six degrees at the national cathedral in northwest DC at seven thirty Baltimore to the Shenandoah WTOP Washington's top news on air and online at WTOP dot com good Sunday morning I'm John dome and Luke Lucas at the editor's desk coming up the U. S. is approaching a grim milestone nearly a hundred thousand deaths now from corona virus.

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WTOP

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on WTOP

"Includes Washington national cathedral all buildings will be completely closed until at least March twenty fifth the cathedral will stream services on Sundays one of those churches is Christ Church of Georgetown the head priest there of course Reverend Timothy Cole is one of the area's first coronavirus cases the number of covered nineteen cases in our area is now over thirty Maryland has twelve of those cases that up three just tonight and earlier this evening governor Larry Hogan announced changes to some state agency operation Maryland governor Larry Hogan already announced restrictions to visits at the state's nursing homes now there are new measures to deal with a corona virus the state's motor vehicle administration will immediately begin moving toward an all appointments system for all transactions in order to eliminate walk ins a reduced foot traffic and keep crowds to a minimum Maryland he's one of the states and the district of Columbia where leaders have declared a state of emergency to deal with the corona virus outbreak Kate Ryan WTOP news it's nine thirty four CBS news special report in an unprecedented move president trump has just announced that he will ban certain travel for the next month we will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States for the next thirty days the new rules will go into effect Friday at midnight it's all due to the corona virus this is the most aggressive and comprehensive effort to confront a farm virus in modern history Mr trump blames the E. U. for not acting quickly enough to address the corona virus there the European Union failed to take the same precautions and restrict travel from China and other hot spots as a result a large number of new clusters in the United States were seeded by travelers from Europe he also said the US will defer tax payments for some individual and business filers for three months to lessen the impacts of the virus outbreak Mr trump said we are not in a financial crisis CBS news special report on that Piper the U. S. capitol reportedly going to be closed off from stores very soon through the rest of March according to multiple reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi inform lawmakers of the decision at a closed door meeting this afternoon thousands of people of course visit the capitol every day and there's been concern that the crowds could lead to health issues involving lawmakers many of whom are older and at higher risk for the corona virus the US now has more than a thousand cases and health experts say this virus will continue to spread more tonight from WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill it's going to get worse Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases testifying before the house oversight committee hearing that at times has been heated Virginia congressman Gerry Connolly took issue with Republicans who accused Democrats of politicizing the crisis we are the ones that call the alarm being raised about this pandemic as fake news that came out of the present United States mouth by Tennessee Republican mark green defends the president make no mistake about it the this virus is a serious problem but that concern was immediately shown by our president as evidenced by his historic response on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news much more ahead tonight on the corona virus it seems like we're having new developments just about every minutes we will keep you updated here on WTOP radio nine thirty six now in Washington you don't want to mess with the IRS they have.

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"national cathedral" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:34 min | 3 years ago

"national cathedral" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Them. Chop elastic. You can't really hear all of this. But they were really cursing and screaming at these kids have been, you know, he's a kids from Kentucky. So they got a mob. Yelling at them. That's right. Calling them all kinds of names the waiting for their bus. And this is what's going on? Yeah. They're waiting for the bus. And then this bad guy, Nathan Phillips. He's a bad guy. I'm just telling you right now, you're gonna have trouble with this guy coming up. Now turns out before this incident over the day or two before he tried to disrupt a church ceremony with his little mob, the National Cathedral was the national shrine ca apparently, he's a Catholic hater he and his group tried to break into the service security guards held them back. But he's a bad bad guy that Sam and this is the native American Al sharp real problems with this guy. He's not gonna go away. He's gonna rise up in the next few days 'cause all kinds of problems with that stupid drum. He's a fake Vietnam veteran. He lied about serving their misled people and even the poor Washington Post had actually issue a. Correction say were wrong. He was never in Vietnam. He's another Blumenthal another Richard Blumenthal. So what a what a fake news week? This has been this. Unbelievable. Isn't it? Look at the CNN story fake news. It's up on their webpage massive story about chaos in the White House. Total chaos. It goes on and on and on about the communications team Bill shine. Mercedes slap Kellyanne Conway, no one is clearly in charge nuts. No one is emerged as running the group. What are they talking about? Nobody's supposed to be in charge of that group each one has their own job. Then there was a story about the president asked for somebody in the communications department, and he got the guy's name wrong. He said Sinn tiddly in here. Okay. And they said no the guy's name is Gidley zone. But they ran this story is if he's terrible Alzheimer's patient bumping into walls guarantee. Everything you're writing about him. Same exact stuff with President Obama, nothing different just ridiculous. But here's the CNN headline power struggle paralyzes irrelevant White House press shop. So they Mariano Rivera unanimous. Yes. Did you see was the first person ever to be unanimously voted into the hall of fame? Correct. I think that makes pretty clear how bad the system is for voting in the hall of fame that is absolutely ridiculous. It shows you how flawed these votes are sure. Because he is as the greatest closer ever. He's my favorite Yankee of recent years. I love Mariano Rivera. But there is no winner. He's the greatest player in baseball. He was unanimous Babe Ruth wasn't. That's right. Mickey Mantle wasn't Tyco. Wasn't. Len Berman said that the Thai Cobb, I didn't even get in the first time well on the first ballot actually should take Tuykov out of this. Because apparently he was a really bad guy and his personal behavior was so ugly. That a lot of these guys might have. Hey that was part of this problem. Mickey Mantle Joe DiMaggio, Willie Mays weren't unanimous. Nope. Did they ever grab the guys who voted? No. And asked him what the hell what would it take for you to vote? Yes. Exactly. I don't know. That's that's old news. But. It's amazing that no other player has going in with the unanimous vote with. That's just ridiculous. How bad the whole system is somebody should get a shovel and dig up these writers who voted no on Joe DiMaggio. And just say what the hell did he have to do to get your vote? Well, I mean, they all look better the farther away we get from day. Joe DiMaggio retired. He didn't have the greatest record in baseball. Ted williams. I know. Greatest hitter ever batted four hundred is the last guy ever to bat four hundred now, she can get unanimous votes. No. So who else got voted in last night? Mike be seena who used to be Yankee pitcher Edgar Martinez. This kind of takes away from the holiday, but this kind of takes away from my Rivera. Yeah. A little oh, you got voted in. But so did who got almost three hundred wins. Mike was okay to the greatest slumps ever to Edgar Martinez was D H for Seattle batted over three hundred career. Okay. But you got in with. I mean, you know, I don't see a lot of kids lineup Modell's. Edgar Martinez Seattle. They're buying them. I don't know. Put an Edgar Martinez ball on EBay signed by him. See where to get your see Mariana Rivera's autograph. It's the most beautiful autograph ever every ball. It's like calligraphy, and he would sit there and slowly do each ball to get the autograph. Just right. Hey, you only had to work one inning of every game. He had a warm plenty of time signed ball. He came into the roughest situations. Imaginable in baseball, nobody called him in when it was ten to nothing had a big lead. It was always always the most crucial moment of the game. You had to have ice water in your veins. He was good. He was very very good. Here's a statistic. More people have walked on the moon then gotten unearned run off Mariano Rivera in the playoffs. Really more people have walked on the moon then gotten unearned run off. Mario Mariano Rivera in the playoffs. Twelve people have walked on the moon. Only eleven people I've ever gotten unearned run off Mariano Rivera in the playoffs. There was one guy. There was a government Zona who got the earned run. They won the World Series for the Diamondbacks. Remember that beat the Yankees, right? It happens off of Maryono Rivera. But he's still got the greatest, right? Brady's lost the game too. Yeah. But still the best record ever unbelievable. Speaking of Brady, we don't turn this into a sports show. The call those referees made the worst call ever in the history of football pass interference. What is that? Exactly. Like if a guy puts his hand, and you're not supposed to hit the player before the ball gets there. You're not supposed to touch him or hit him for the book. So in this case the player just shoved the guy over just smacked into a knocked him down the referee. Didn't see any pass interference worst call ever ever in history. So they asked Bob Kraft patriots owner we have. Human error sometimes but we have to move on. And it's unfortunate we have to be diligent about trying to get a correct it's easy for a guy like him to say that because all the bad calls, go his way. Yeah. But he's also saying that because I guess he rather face the Rams, I'm sure the other reason he's saying that he is closer to good Bob Goodell the NFL Commissioner than any other owner, they're very close. Goodell is the worst Commissioner in history. You've got to admit this is very embarrassing for the NFL because the saints will be in the Super Bowl the worst. If you put truth serum in the any owner and asked him, they should say, this is ridiculous. Why isn't Goodell done something you should put a of the next day saying we're gonna take action we'll fix this? We'll do something about it. Instead of keeping quiet about it. I don't want to admit it. Got to admit because everybody saw be maybe you're not going to announce a solution until after the Super Bowl. But you gotta put out a statement saying don't worry, we'll fix this can't allow this to happen again. No. But he's the worst Commissioner ever craft loves the guy all these owners love this Goodell because he makes them a fortune. He's the best to go shooter. He's brutal in these negotiations. It just seems like I know I have a bias against New England all of the calls go in their favor. When you're a winner winter. It's a. Trump derangement syndrome. There's certain guys in life. Like Brady like Trump. They always win. You put a prosecutor or a special counsel FBI corrupt FBI all on somebody's deal. They'll find something. It's only guy like Trump that escapes from this. He's just a winner. Take Brady all the coin tosses calls. He just escapes them on. You know, Chris Matthews said that once about John F Kennedy Clinton in his own office. He gets caught. How'd you get caught lift his office Kennedy's in the Carlisle? He's Frank Sinatra's house. He's sleeping with hookers. Marilyn Monroe, the some guys who just winners. They don't get caught. They just know how to do it. Anyway, check out the web page. You've got some great stuff up there. Want to see the most expensive hotel in New York City. I mean, the most expensive hotel room if you wanted to find a sweet New York City Taylor. This also watch this from one of those shows like what what's this year where the boss does one of the jobs. Cover boss undercover boss, watch this. It's Donald Trump. He goes to work as a bellboy at his own hotel. 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"The thirty third national observance of Martin Luther King junior day is tomorrow, deem you chill. NBC News Radio represent. Adam Schiff says attorney general nominee William bar should be disqualified on CBS has face the nation. The California Democrat said a bar blatantly stated during his testimony. He would not follow the advice of ethics lawyers. If they urged him to recuse himself from special counsel Robert Muller's investigation, and he would not commit to making the Muller report public now either one of those ought to be reasons not to confirm him. But the combination of both should be completely disqualifying shift says the Democratic Party needs to do its own investigation. Because at the end of the day, if the Justice department tries to stonewall the release of that report for whatever reason the American people are going to need to know what happened. The national weather service is confirming a tornado did touchdown in Alabama. John D block with the national weather service in Birmingham said an e f two touchdown yesterday. We've seen damage indicating wind speeds of one hundred twenty two one hundred thirty miles per hour that puts us on the high end of an e af. Two tornado the storm caused widespread destruction threat. The town of what Tomka about a half hour north of Montgomery the tornado damaged or destroyed more than two dozen structures. Elmore county commission, chairman choice dubs permits amount of damage was right here in the immediate metro area of we Tomka, but the storm and tornado continued on a track outside of the city limits and into some residential areas. The eldest son of Dr Martin Luther King junior's reflecting on his father's legacy day ahead of the national holiday honoring his memory Martin Luther King junior the third speaking to a packed house at the National Cathedral in the nation's capital MLK junior. The third said his father's last book was called where do we go from here chaos or community? The sixty one year old said, obviously, his father wanted us to achieve community. Tomorrow's the thirty third national observance of MLK junior day dean, you chill NBC News Radio. Oh,.

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