35 Burst results for "National Cemetery"

Biden to Pull Troops From Afghanistan

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden to Pull Troops From Afghanistan

"President Biden says it is time for our troops to leave Afghanistan after consulting closely with our allies and partners. With our military leaders and intelligence personnel with our diplomats. And our development experts with Congress and the vice president. As well as with Mr Ghani and many others around the world. I've concluded that it's time to end America's longest war. It's time for American troops to come home, Biden says as promised troops will begin the withdrawal May 1st with completion by September 11th the 20th anniversary of the attack plotted by terrorists based in Afghanistan. This afternoon. Biden is traveling to Arlington National Cemetery to visit section 60, the final resting place for troops who died in the Afghan, Afghanistan and Iraqi conflicts.

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Biden to Announce Withdrawal of Troops From Afghanistan by 9/11

Fox News Rundown

00:20 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden to Announce Withdrawal of Troops From Afghanistan by 9/11

"Is expected to announce today the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan by this September. 11th is set to visit Arlington National Cemetery today, where he will make remarks about the plan. U. S officials confirmed to Fox News yesterday. The administration will actually miss a May 1st deadline put forward by former President Trump the new data line. With the 20th anniversary of 9 11 boxes for

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White House: First lady Jill Biden to undergo 'procedure'

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

White House: First lady Jill Biden to undergo 'procedure'

"The White House says First Lady Joe Biden will undergo a procedure during a medical appointment early Wednesday a medical appointment has been added to First Lady Joe Biden schedule as the White House says she and president Joe Biden will travel together for her to have what is described as a common medical procedure White House didn't detail the nature of the procedure both Biden's according to the administration will then return to the White House later in the day the president is to address the nation of plans to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by September eleventh he is also expected to visit section sixty of Arlington national cemetery the final resting place for many service members who lost their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq Tim McGuire Washington

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Army Chaplain's Remains Identified After 70 years

Fork Report

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Army Chaplain's Remains Identified After 70 years

"Army chaplain have been identified. 70 years after his death. Ray Capon says he got a call this week and that his uncle's remains that had been among the unknowns at the National Cemetery in Honolulu had been identified. Army chaplain, Captain A mall, Capone. Upon Excuse me, died in a North Korean prisoner of war camp He was known administered to soldiers in the camp and died in 1951.

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Remains of Emil Kapaun, long-lost Army Chaplain from Kansas, identified 70 years after death

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Remains of Emil Kapaun, long-lost Army Chaplain from Kansas, identified 70 years after death

"The missing remains have been identified of a korean war. Us army chaplain who was posthumously awarded the medal of honor by president. Obama reverend emil coupon of kansas died as a prisoner of war. Seventy years ago during the korean war but until a few days ago the whereabouts of his remains were a mystery. The us military says that found them in hawaii buried among other unidentified soldiers in the national cemetery of the pacific other coupon served as an army chaplain during world war two and the korean war and continued to minister to fellow. Pow's and for all that he received a medal of honor and the catholic church is considering him for sainthood. Carmen roberts fox

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Democrats Want To Block Federal Land, Statues From Being Named After Donald Trump

The News & Why It Matters

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Democrats Want To Block Federal Land, Statues From Being Named After Donald Trump

"The democratic lawmakers in congress really. I mean fingers. On the pulse of america right now introduced a bill seeking to ban a donald trump from having federally funded statues monuments street. Names park benches Named after him or dedicated to commemorating his presidency. Oh and by the way They also want to bar. Trump from being buried at arlington national cemetery as tradition would go and the legislation dubbed no glory for hate representative. Linda sanchez of california introduced the bill and she's got thirteen democrat cosponsors

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Slain Capitol Police officer honored in Washington, DC

The World

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Slain Capitol Police officer honored in Washington, DC

"And fellow officers paid tribute to data slain U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick. Technic died from injuries he sustained January 6 defending the capital against pro trump extremists who stormed the building at the urging of the former president. The 42 year old officer was only the fifth person to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda signature will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery.

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Members of Congress pay their respects to fallen Capitol Police officer in Washington, DC

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Members of Congress pay their respects to fallen Capitol Police officer in Washington, DC

"Members of Congress are paying their respects today to the fallen U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Neck in Washington officer Sick Nika, South River, New Jersey native died from injuries sustained during the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. His body will lie in honor at the Capitol Rotunda today for Reviewing, after which a congressional tribute will be held for invited guests due to Cove in 19 protocols following a ceremonial departure officer Sick Nick will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery.

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Biden, Harris pay respects to Capitol officer killed in riot

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Biden, Harris pay respects to Capitol officer killed in riot

"Slain U. S. capitol police officer Brian sick Nick land on a Wednesday in the building he died defending blessed are the peace keepers house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer spoke at a congressional tribute to slain capitol police officer Brian sickening we will never forget his sacrifice he lay in honor at the U. S. capitol rotunda president Biden in the First Lady had paid their respects on Tuesday night US president Kamel Harris and her husband visited on Wednesday morning placing their hands over their hearts and touching the early sickness remains there are still questions about six death he was one of five people who died as a result of the writing at the U. S. capitol on January sixth officers lined up outside the capitol in respectful silence sixty will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery Jennifer king Washington

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Biden, Harris pay respects to Capitol officer killed in riot, Washington DC

Glenn Beck

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Biden, Harris pay respects to Capitol officer killed in riot, Washington DC

"Paying their respects to Capitol police Officer Brian Sick. Nick. Officer Sick. Nick, A South River, New Jersey native, died from injuries sustained during the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. His body will lie in honor at the Capitol Rotunda today for viewing, after which a congressional tribute will be held for invited guests due to Cove in 19 protocols following a ceremonial departure. Officer Sick Nick will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery. New Data released yesterday shows one

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Capitol Police officer who died after riot lies in honor

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Capitol Police officer who died after riot lies in honor

"A somber tribute at the U. S. capitol throughout the night for the police officer killed during last month's incursion an honor guard surrounds a platform that holds his urn and a folded American flag in the capitol rotunda either tribute to slain capitol police officer Brian sick Nick honored by his colleagues signet cabin a national guardsmen in New Jersey before joining the capitol police in two thousand eight some of the mourners arriving khaki uniforms with slow deliberate respectful salutes president and Mrs Biden came as well the president said a prayer touch the urn and sadly shook his head the forty two year old sick nicht die defending the capital from the violent mob trying to overturn the election certification January sixth no one is yet charged with sick next death morning memorial service with legislators will be followed by his interment at Arlington National Cemetery Jackie Quinn Washington

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Brian Sicknick, police officer who died after Capitol attack, to lie in honor at the Capitol in Washington, DC

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Brian Sicknick, police officer who died after Capitol attack, to lie in honor at the Capitol in Washington, DC

"And a special tribute to a capital police officer who died following the violence on january six fallen capital police officer. Brian sick. nick. Will i an honor at the capitol rotunda. A ceremonial arrival is scheduled to take place on tuesday february. Second at the front of the capitol city guide after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. During the riots on january sixth he'll be buried at arlington national cemetery following a congressional tribute on february third. Fox's rick leventhal adding that house speaker. Nancy pelosi and senate majority leader. Chuck schumer announced the honor. Friday releasing a joint statement saying his sacrifice reminds us every day of our obligation to our country and to the people we serve. The ceremony will be open to invited guests only due to the coronavirus pandemic. I'm eric garcetti. And this is fox.

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Capitol Police officer to lie in honor in US Capitol Rotunda in Washington DC

WBZ Afternoon News

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Capitol Police officer to lie in honor in US Capitol Rotunda in Washington DC

"The body of the police officer who was killed during the siege of the U. S Capitol earlier this month will lie in honor at the building's iconic rotunda. This coming week Sick sick, died after being hit with a fire extinguisher during the capital riots on the sixth. Congressional leaders say Brian Sick, Nick and other officers helped save lives that day. AP is Jackie Quinn Reports congressional leaders wanted to honor Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick issuing a statement. They're united in grief, gratitude and solemn appreciation for his service and sacrifice. The 42 year old Air National Guard veteran was killed at the hands of the mob that breached the capital, January. 6th trying to disrupt election certification, Congress will hold a ceremonial arrival service for sick Nick's body Tuesday night within Overnight viewing for members of the Capitol Police force that lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before a departure to Arlington National Cemetery. Where sick Nick will be

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Capitol Police officer to lie in honor in US Capitol Rotunda

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Capitol Police officer to lie in honor in US Capitol Rotunda

"Officer who died of injuries he suffered during the capital Riot will lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, The body of Officer Brian Sick, Nick will Arrive at the capital on Tuesday night. A ceremonial departure will happen at noon Wednesday before sick Nick's internment at Arlington National Cemetery Sick, Nick joined US Capitol police in 2008, and it's served six years in the New Jersey Air National Guard. Nearly a month

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Officer who died after DC riot to lie in honor in Capitol

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Officer who died after DC riot to lie in honor in Capitol

"The police officer killed during the siege at the U. S. capitol this month will lie in honor in the building's iconic rotunda this coming week congressional leaders wanted to honor capital police officer Brian sick Nick issuing a statement they are United in grief gratitude and solemn appreciation for his service and sacrifice the forty two year old Air National Guard veteran was killed at the hands of the mob that breach the capital January sixth trying to disrupt elections certification Congress will hold a ceremonial arrival service for sick next body Tuesday night with an overnight viewing for members of the capitol police force that lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before a departure to Arlington National Cemetery we're sick Nick will be interred Jackie Quinn Washington

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President Biden calls for unity in Inauguration Day message

Mark Thompson

01:39 min | 3 months ago

President Biden calls for unity in Inauguration Day message

"Ronn Owens simply put. I feel so much better about this country today better than I felt in the last four years. It's not the president Biden is on evident by any means. But he is genuine. His calls for unity and respect our sincere and much needed. I think you made an excellent gesture yesterday when he promised he would be president for all Americans, saying, I will fight his hard for those who didn't support me as those who did. What a breath of fresh air Unlike Trump, Biden doesn't approach politics is a blood sport. As he said in his inaugural address. Politics doesn't have to be a raging fire, destroying everything in its path. Every disagreement doesn't have to be cause for total war. Watching the laying of the wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Yesterday, I was struck by the unity exemplified by the presence of three of the living. Former presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton joined Biden and Vice President Harris for the traditional Inauguration day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, of course, have been political disagreements between them over the years, but it's important to note how they've risen above them and shown the United for the country. Last night, I interviewed Kate Anderson Brower, author of Team of five, the President's Club in the age of Trump. She did in depth research and the most exclusive club in the world. Exploring how former presidents stay in touch with one another, and at times offer their advice to their successors. She made it clear that no matter what Trump wouldn't be a member after leaving office And it wouldn't be because of his political beliefs, but his lack of character it somehow, you know that when he finishes his term or terms, Joe Biden will be

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Obama, Bush and Clinton Accompany Biden to Arlington National Cemetery

NPR News Now

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Obama, Bush and Clinton Accompany Biden to Arlington National Cemetery

"First official acts as president joe biden took part in a ceremony. Honoring the nation's war dead at arlington national cemetery today and peers windsor. Johnston reports biden was joined by three of the five living former presidents president biden and vice president. Kamala harris took part in a wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the unknown soldier of solemn tradition. Which honor service members who have died in the line of duty. They were joined by former presidents barack obama. Bill clinton and george w bush biden made the sign of the cross before saluting

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Joe Biden takes oath to become 46th President of the United States

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Joe Biden takes oath to become 46th President of the United States

"Joe Biden took the oath of office today, becoming the 46, president of the United States and urged Americans to come together in a deeply divided nation post inauguration festivities continuing into this afternoon that was the traditional presentation of gifts from Congress to the new president and first lady. Also President Joe Biden headed off to Arlington National Cemetery for re flaying and is now heading back to Washington for a

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"national cemetery" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Visited Arlington National Cemetery, but he has not spoken in public for nearly a week. Longest stretch of silence for Donald Trump since he became president, his on Lee Communication coming in the form of tweets, many making unfounded claims of election fraud. The New York Times called election officials in all 50 states the resulting banner headline. Election officials nationwide find no fraud well, Georgia officials say they are going to recount the votes. Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger confirming that a full audit of election results in his state is getting under way with a focus on the presidential race. This will help build confidence. It will be an audit, a recount and a re canvass all at once. It will be a heavy lift, but we will work with the counties to get this done in time for our state certification. There is still no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the presidential race in Georgia. Biden leads by more than 14,000 votes in as delicate Terry ABC News Washington Republicans have largely supported the president's legal challenges of the results, but That support may begin to start Trump publican Senator James Lankford, saying the Trump administration needs to give Joe Biden intelligence briefings this week. That's not occurring by Friday. I will step in as well and to be able to push you to say this needs to occur. So that regardless of the outcome of the election, whichever way that it goes, people can be ready for the actual task. Senator Lankford telling ABC radio affiliate K RMG that he's confident there will be a peaceful transition of power. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington I'm going to tell you about our 2020 I Heart Radio Music Festival. There were so many once in a lifetime moments, and the only way to see them.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on WTVN

"And the balance unsolicited, not with hope you're gonna need to have nine justice so doing it before the election would be a very good day. President Trump's determined to have the Senate vote on his nominee before the November election. He's setting a date and time for the announcement of his nominee to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat. It will happen Saturday at 5 P.m., like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will lie in repose. After a goodbye from her Supreme Court colleagues, folks, Friends and family of justice for Bater Ginsberg will join justices for a memorial service this morning. Following that, Ginsberg's casket will be moved to lie in repose under the portico at the top of the front steps of the Supreme Court building. That will allow for a public viewing outdoors and socially distanced like justice will lie in repose. Today and tomorrow Friday, she will become the first woman to ever lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. Private internment service's scheduled next week in Arlington National Cemetery on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News radio 6 10 W TVN Sports. Jose Ramirez would play hero last night for the Indians is, he said the tribe to the post season in style with a three run, walk off home run in the bottom of the 10th to give the tribe of 53 win over the White Sox. The news not is good for Cincinnati, Tyrone Taylor homered. Eric Sogard doubled home the go ahead run in the seventh in Milwaukee rally last night for three to win over the Red's. The rubber match tonight is huge is the Reds and Brewers are now tied for one of the wild card spots. Game three of that Syriza's Tonight at 6 40. The Columbus crew look to stay unbeaten at home as they host Minnesota United the crew or 30 and two in their last five matches. Match time in Monterey Stadium is set for 7 30 from the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports Desk My campaign a news radio 6 10 w TV END I'm Scott Jennings Stay connected. The Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

14:29 min | 1 year ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"In this interview we're talking about Arlington National Cemetery More specifically section twenty seven. Hey welcome back to another episode of this week and Photo I'm your host Frederick bull and we're GONNA be talking about a project that he recently worked on in section twenty seven at Arlington National Cemetery. We're GONNA talk about that plus a a couple of other interesting things in and around how a photo journalist operates in the city of DC Mike McCoy how you doing man how's it going all all man he's a great to be here it is good to have him in first of all thank you for all the effort I know we've been we've been chatting back and forth and we you're one of the busiest hardest-working photojournalists in the city and we finally managed to nail you down and get you in a copy shop between assignments easier appreciate you taking the time out of your day to do this I'm just I'm just happy to be here with you man yeah now this is good we got a lot of a lot of stuff talking about so let let's start let's enough with just a little bit of background on you so you you're a photographer you know you should Fuji Cameras obviously part of this project that we're working on but we're going to dive into the section twenty-seven stuff but give us a little background on who Mike McCoy is in how you got started in this whole gig of clicking shutters making money everyone knows a Mike McCoy Damn WanNA raise in Baltimore Maryland and as kid I would play around with my father some camera that he kept in the car and As I got older girls and got to put the camera down but it really but today I got to Iraq I would always take photographs and I was sent him back to my mother just let them know that that was saved and it kind of grooming little bit but you know after losing my mother when I was in Iraq and a few in the family members I realized you can't get that time back so you can catch up on all of the Party and you know all girls so you know why not document things and and Harry eh I love that man yeah that's good that's the first time I heard somebody position like that straight but think about it you can't catch up take time it's one thing it's not get back you can have all the money in the world you can have all the jewelry you can have all the women you can have all of the cars but so you can have all the time and you know what has gone is gone and s white this cameras capitals important moments yeah no no no speaking of the cameras mentioned in the beginning of this this is part of this this Fuji Film Visual Momentum Series of putting together why why did you choose food Gee what was your your panther who's in Fuji over any of the other brands out there in our tonight cost shooter at one time and there's nothing wrong with Nikam but active left just love it's small compact size the quiet shudder depending on with cameras using using like the x one hundred series you know I think it'd be like totally silent You know I this from your big cameras you know they're gonNA make a noise give an example I was shooting funeral one day and you know thankfully Fuji I was able to shoot they're you know capture those images without being a distraction to a family and was cameras like Nikon in your cannons and somebody other is largely just don't have that flexibility and one great thing about foods other Dennis amazing colors and you that's that's one of the things I hear about all the time is the that Fuji Look in the Fujicolor Palate in the way that it renders color but one of the other things I want to talk to you about since I have a debase photography for you are you shoot a lot of political stuff I would imagine out there right so does the silent shudder ever factor into that like you're like in a deposition or some sort of the impeachment hearing or something and you gotta be gotta be silent about it does that factor in there now we have the impeachment hearings Eh go I'm definitely going to test that out again but when a hill you know the majority of the on the hill they're shooting and some guys have migrated to mayor list you know someone using the more Fuji Maybe the Nikon's e series in and cannons murless camera in occasionally Sony so you don't really finally shooters on the hill besides myself for nothing one other guy but it really doesn't matter but this is whatever works for you right I mean Yeah I mean it's like it's just like we talk about life and the minute you do spin on the planet why not shoot with something that you like versus and then something something that you love Yes something you love Yeah I love it man yeah yeah and that's what I hear Fuji shooters all the time really okay so let let's I WanNa talk about this the project Sexy twenty-seven so for the folks that may not know tell us about first of all let's start at the top tell us what Arlington national metairie is for the folks outside the country that may not understand the significance of of that place and then we'll dive into one section inside Arlington uh-huh okay well for those who don't know cemetery is one of the country's largest military cemeteries and is home to lots of veterans and their families and it's also the home of the F. Gay Joe Louis Cadavers who else's Berry Theater Williams James Chappie the air force's first four star general of color and we have sex in twenty seven and many people aren't aware of section twenty seven because no one ever talks about its cemetery look into one of their programs you may see something here in a very small print but no one ever go through the answer's twenty seven even if you were to take a guided tour through December centenary you know the the tour guys the bus drivers they talk about every other partners cemetery except twenty seven so I I don't know they don't talk about twenty seven maybe a bus driver the tour guides are trained maybe they choose not to talk about it but you know the photographer is tab is my duty to talk about those stories that often don't be told and I throw instance Williams Christmas Christmas I'm sorry I buried at the cemetery and he was black man he was the first one bury their yes sir and many you don't know that so is it so so the section twenty-seven it's a it's a section where it's primarily of not all black people are people of color right that are in that that are buried and laid to rest in that section and like you said is notable names that are that are in there but part of the issue that you to shine a light on was the fact that tours etc just kind of blow right by that why do you think that is why are people just like why why are the historians in Tour Guides Etcetera talking about the significance of section twenty seven get his mind now I don't know what those guys are gang or or or the reasoning for not talking about it and I wish they would talk about it but until they do I hope that this story and this half warm air to educate more people about the importance second twenty seven and hopefully spark conversations yeah yeah well tell me dive into the project itself so this wasn't it wasn't like a day you just decided to go out there and take some pictures this happened over a period of time take me take me through the project with and how you came up with the idea and what was the cause you know as as a photojournalist photographer you get an idea and you have to do it so from that wait all the way through to you ready to show people what was that process well I would go to the cemetery several times a year our oh on Veterans Day Memorial Day and Christmas so for Veterans Day Memorial Day soldiers lay flags on all of the the graves and for Christmas they laid wreaths and One thing I noticed no one really knew about twenty seven elect you have young soldiers that were assigned to guard which is the army unit that maintains the cemetery and I will have black soldiers and they would not now that the session that they were standing in is you know was the burial ground for black soldiers pave the way for soldiers like myself than in oc and it was last year president trump decided to go to the Cemetery Memorial Day and I notice the mass of the people one over two cents you Scott the section where the to`must but they went over no no soldier and sex twenty seven I think I may have encountered like six people at Entire Day met a couple from North Carolina. about twenty seven but then there were say four staff members of the cemetery three security guards that were for the cemetery like maybe one or two military police officers and they were all people colored so that day the only people that I saw on Saturday cemetery of black people and they were working take it was it was like a big history lesson because the security guards new was a regarding but the young african-american active duty soldier he didn't know but once I told them it was it was a maze and I could see like the honor and dignity that he had he knew what he was guarding right there so you know I wonder if you haven't hit on something that's that is is a longer project and maybe just section any seven because you and I both know that the White House itself was built by slaves right and the Washington Monument and a lot of the bedroom the Capitol Yeah the allowed bedrock that is Washington yeah the world and so maybe that's a bigger story you know have you considered expanding out and telling that story as well about you know black people and their contribution to starting with the nation's capital okay stores but without funding it makes those projects here possible you want to tell you passionate work but you also have a habit of eating right cup of coffee every now world in a city like DC which has its share of drama being the nation's capital or not it has its share of drama of violence and you know you got your politics you got violence and this is just me on the on the west coast looking in I can't imagine what it's like being on the inside of they may show those kinds of shots but normally you're like the only person of color male dominance aided industry you you may find some his day I mean everyone knows who I am we speak but there's only maybe two or three out of I don't know how many.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"At Arlington National Cemetery the thirteenth justice to be buried there almost half the country will record temperatures of ninety five degrees or higher during this weekend heat wave National Weather Service forecaster Bob or event from the plains to the Midwest and into the east coast countries are expected to be ninety five hundred degree range and combined with the humidity levels we do anticipate that he did to cease to be a hundred and five hundred ten degree range of former NFL player Mitch petrous died of heat stroke he played for the New York Giants and help them win the Superbowl he also played for the New England Patriots and the Tennessee Titans you're listening to USA radio news here's a great deal on my pillow when you go to my pillow dot com click on the two packs special type in promo code USA you'll get to my pillow premium pillows for sixty nine ninety eight that's only thirty four ninety nine a pillow you will not get that price anywhere retail its lowest price ever offered on radio or TV and like all my pillow products ten year warranty sixty day money back guarantee go to my pillow dot com click on the compact special use my promo code USA mark is expected to become the next secretary of defense John Clements reports the fifty five year old Marquez birth was served as secretary of the army since November two thousand seventeen is expected to be approved by the full Senate earlier during the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing doctor asper answer a key question about a rant this exchange was senator Jack reed will meet anytime anywhere.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Vice President Mike Pence at Arlington National Cemetery place, the wreath at the tomb of the unknowns. It is my profound privilege to be here on the hallowed ground of Arlington, National Cemetery for the one hundred and fifty first occasion, where we gather to pay debt of honor, and gratitude, President Trump is still in Japan for a summit, seeing Trump says he supports Japanese Prime minister Shinzo obey attempting to broker talks between the US and Ron noting that Ave in Japan have a quote very good relationship with Iran, the president of once again, making it clear he is eager to engage with Iran saying, if they wanna talk he would too. But leaders there have publicly rejected outreach from the Trump administration, Mr. Trump insisted he is not looking for regime change in Iran, or a military conflict. I'm not looking to hurt the Randolph. I'm looking to have a ransom no nuclear weapons. Karen, Travers, ABC news, Washington of men are signing up with tourneys the sue the boy scouts in connection with sex abuse claims. The wave of litigation. Could trigger bankruptcy for the scouts. There's an automaker merger in the works. See at Chrysler automobiles wants to merge with French rival Renault to gain ground in the race to electric and self driving. Cars, Fiat Chrysler says the deal would not result in any plants closing an F C, Renault merger would create the third largest car group in the world, when you include Renault's alliance with Japanese carmakers Nissan, and meet soobee. She the four companies would be the largest carmaker in the world by far observers say such a huge corporation would be difficult to run. But Renault Nissan lead electric cars, where.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Vice President Mike Pence at Arlington National Cemetery place, the wreath at the tomb of the unknowns. It is my profound privilege to be here on the hallowed ground of Arlington, National Cemetery for the one hundred and fifty first occasion, where we gather to pay debt of honor, and gratitude, President Trump is still in Japan for a summit, Trump says he supports Japanese Prime minister Shinzo obey attempting to broker talks between the US into Ron noting that Ave in Japan, heavy, quote very good relationship with Iran, the president once again, making it clear he is eager to engage with Iran saying, if they wanna talk, he would too. But leaders there have publicly rejected outreach from the Trump administration, Mr. Trump insisted he is not looking for regime change in Iran, or a military conflict. I'm not looking to hurt the Randolph. I'm looking to have Iran say no nuclear weapons. Karen Travers, ABC news, Washington, or signing up with turn this sue the boy scouts in connection with sex abuse claims. James, the wave of litigation. Could trigger bankruptcy for the scouts. There's an automaker merger in the works. See at Chrysler automobiles wants to merge with French rival Renault to gain ground in the race to electric and self driving. Cars, Fiat Chrysler says the deal would not result in any plants closing and FCA, Renault merger would create the third largest car group in the world, when you include Renault's alliance with Japanese carmakers, Nissan, and meets Bishi, the four companies would be the largest carmaker in the world by far observers say, such a huge corporation would be difficult to run..

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"national cemetery" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Leaders are at odds over the North Korean leader's recent missile tests, FOX assignment, simoneau on monitoring live from London day, President Trump telling reporters in Tokyo, he's not concerned by a series of recent North Korean missile tests. I am very happy with the way it's going, and intelligent people agree with their drawl by the small missiles. No, I'm not. I am personally, but standing alongside the president Japanese Prime minister, Shinzo Ave. I it. Violate U N resolutions, coding them extremely regrettable. Dave. The two leaders also talked about trade with President Trump saying he thinks he will get deals done with both Japan and China at some point, he won't rush it a few minutes ago from the other side of the world. The president tweeted, impeach for what again, calling Democrats obstructionists, who just want to do over on the MoMA report. But credit congressman Eric swallows also running for president says there's much more to investigate than what the special counsel, probe Muller, did not look at the financial aspect of Donald Trump, and his family's dealings with the Russians that was a red line. We're going to look at that on the intelligence committee. It's Memorial Day and across America. They will be parades and other remembrances for servicemembers killed in action, vice president Pence will they array at the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington. Thousands road in the annual ruling funder of the thirty second year. This'll be the last year. The founder says, too costly. However, President Trump tweeted rolling thunder. We'll be coming back next year, hopefully many years to come. Thank the Pentagon for working.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The labor shortage, pay pay loosely, patent wrote the story for Bloomberg news. And she says restaurants are enlisting outside provider. So employees can get paid sooner rather than later. It's usually implemented through a third party. The companies for my story were instant. Financial and branch messenger. Those as the industry tries to hold onto cooks and cashiers amid persistently low unemployment on lots of work alternatives economy hurting them too. So there's more competition for these types of people often low-wage drive, a car lift their other options for them that didn't use to exist, maybe ten or twenty years ago. Some of the chains that are experimenting with or rolling out the option include outback church's chicken Pizza Hut and checkers. I'm Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's News Radio sixty eight degrees. Now partly sunny in Boston at nine forty Memorial Day is traditionally the start of the summer vacation season, but it's supposed to be a day to remember those who gave their lives serving our country. Greg mills attended the flag ceremony at the Los Angeles national cemetery. Many have done this before. But some are newbies, they know the. Drill. Or get little help for months. Thank you for your service. Fifty ninety thousand veterans honored here at Los Angeles, national cemetery. Two hundred twenty eight thousand honored simultaneously at riverside, national cemetery. It's a day of gratitude. Little Boyce's thanking women and men who stood tall for our country. Boston sports, fans are thinking about tomorrow and game one of the Stanley Cup final. The Bruins are taking on the Saint Louis blues forward, Charlie Coyle is already for the game just kinda relax and Napa, just catching up on sleep and practice here here and just just stay. With Bruce Cassidy says the team has prospered this year because of the leadership of day. No chara and Patrice Bergeron means a lot. I talked to Berg after the scrimmage the other night, of course last two guys to leave to most accomplished guys. They're taking very seriously. And I think the the team feeds off those guys so that now all sudden cycle. We give these guys are focused. We need to be focused. It's just a trickle down effect with else's game..

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"national cemetery" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"As I said earlier, I hope you're having a good Veterans Day weekend yesterday, a number of senior administration officials, including the VA Secretary Robert Wilkie and the Defense Secretary James Mattis honored our nation's veterans at Arlington National Cemetery. President Trump was not in attendance. He was in France this weekend with other world leaders to Mark the one hundred year anniversary of the end of World War One on Saturday. President Trump was scheduled to hold an event at a cemetery east of Paris in which number of American soldiers are buried, but he didn't show he cancelled apparently due to rain all the other world leaders managed to attend their events that day, but rain stopped the president of the United States of America who instead decided to hold up at the residents of the US ambassador to France for the afternoon since returning to the United States last night, the president has held no public events here at home to Mark Veterans Day. These are unusual moves for the president who tends to take every opportunity. He can. Into publicly tout his support for veterans, even as he has taken numerous steps to undermine the government agency in charge of helping veterans the veterans administration's the BA today, we're seeing just how much those efforts to minimize the VA have worked last year. The president signed the law intended to expand GI Bill benefits to more veterans. It was supposed to help more veterans cover their education and housing costs. But since signing that Bill the VA has struggled to keep up with the backlog created by that GI Bill today. More than eighty two thousand veterans in school have yet to receive their GI Bill payments from the VA in large part due to IT glitches at the VA causing payments to veterans to either be delayed or just never delivered veterans have been waiting on those payments now face taking on loans.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Seventeen Congress passes an act. To create the United States national cemetery system will learn more now by way of QNA because that's just the. Way I like to do thanks within twenty five. One way or the other how many national cemeteries in the United States of America I'll say to eighty A hundred and. Fifty. Real. Good one forty seven And again I I, need to say off. The top of my head I could be. Robert I think I think that's what. I remember we all know how my memory works. The authority to create military burial places came during the American civil war should have known that when I mentioned July eighteen. Sixty two by the end of eighteen sixty two there were already fourteen national cemeteries that had. Been, established Now, national cemetery is generally a. Military cemetery containing the graves of US military personnel veterans and, their spouses but. Not exclusively, some national cemeteries especially Arlington contain the graves of important civilian, leaders in some other. Important national figures and some national cemeteries contain. Sections for confederate soldiers and in addition. To the national cemeteries there are also state veteran. Cemeteries the national cemetery administration of the United States Department of veterans affairs maintains one. Hundred and thirty one of those what. I think is one hundred and forty seven national cemeteries The American battles monuments commission, not to be confused, is an independent agency that. Maintains American military. Cemeteries and other memorials that are outside of, the United States So now to more QNA which state And the first two you're going to think of our wrong, with, state has. The most national cemeteries Virginia good job why. Didn't you think of California and Texas I just what made you go in Virginia Just off the top. Of my head that's what I went with I think a lot of that probably has to do with the fact that it was established during the civil war and it's, right smack dab in the. Middle of it fifteen national cemeteries in Virginia There are three states tied for second, with nine each or do you think those are is, Texas one of them no California California would be? One Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania would be to Florida Georgia. Florida that's, three, Pennsylvania, California. Florida all have. Nine, oh you know? What I forgot. One there's one that has ten And, I think it? Would come into. Surprise did to me Illinois So it's January fifteen Illinois with ten Pennsylvania California Florida with, nine Kentucky has eight and. Then comes the great state of Texas which has. Six, national cemeteries, two of which, are, right here in San Antonio I of course is fort Sam Houston and the other is. The San Antonio national cemetery which you'll find at posso Honda, St. Where are the other four, well we'll just expedite things. Here the Houston national cemetery the curvy national cemetery. Dallas, Fort Worth, national cemetery which, is, technically in Dallas but and then the Fort Bliss national cemetery obviously in Fort Bliss Texas Well turns out key materials to make nuclear bombs were lost in San Antonio sixteen months. Ago the head of the n. double ACP told the group's convention. That the US should consider making voting mandatory a would be home invader was killed when the people he. Was trying to rob shot back also coming up at. Nine there's talk again about abolishing the mandatory annual vehicle inspection w away I news time..

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"national cemetery" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The president now turning from the tomb of the unknowns towards the amphitheater and his climbing the stairs members of the military saluting the president as he walks by them on the stairway entering the amphitheater remarks will begin shortly this is an observance of course of memorial day at arlington national cemetery pentagon officials are taking part including defense secretary james mattis and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general joseph dunford sounds of the united states navy band presenting prelude musical prelude before the remarks begin in observance of memorial day here at arlington national cemetery amphitheater we'll hear remarks from.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Bad news that's why we decided that we would not be a part of any function where this president when a team in the inauguration of this so rice museum and murli everswilliams i refuse to share stage with president trump the gun was used to kill her husband medgar evers chris buried at arlington national cemetery is in the new museum chokila mumba uh i'm not certain of the fact of whether the gun is there i have not had an opportunity to to view it uh but you know what what we want to share is that you know we feel that president trump's attendance at this event uh is inconsistent it's inconsistent with the the policies he implement such as mr johnson so so well so so while appropriately articulated and so this is more than just politics as usual is to not about you know democrat or republican it's it's about understanding that we have to have a principled stance in an admiration both derrick and myself are are you know uh our our children of a movement we we you know look and learn from these individuals as he he suggested that that we had such great admiration for murli ever is in the very various other veterans of this movement and so out of that respect and appreciation we felt it was in present i wasn't in it was it was important that we not be present in and and we understand the contradiction that other individuals have had to face and going and so we're not casting any judgement on any vigil cindy any any individual who made the choice to with ten but we felt that our principled stands head to be one of not allowing donald trump uh an opportunity for photo while i'm looking at a piece by that great mississippi jackson mississippi investigative reporter cherri metro who says the mississippi civil rights seem as the first of its kind in the nation to be statesponsored in statefunded another nineteen million dollars has been raised privately for the exhibits millions more have been raised to ensure that every ninthgrade student and mississippi.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on WLOB

"Meeting and he told reporters this afternoon that it was down to some scheduling issues and some protocol issues but he added that wherever on his team was not able to work through those issues would be punished must add he did have a glint in his eye when he said that fox's they be law president trump said putin denied meddling in the 2016 presidential election vice president mike pence presided over the wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the unknown nate jones at arlington national cemetery after the ceremony he sent veteran's day readings on the president's behalf at this very moment version versions halfway around the world but i know is hard is here in this hallowed place and at every veterans across the country millions of people in britain and france have paul's to remember the victims of war on armistice day the anniversary of the end of world war one saw that republicans hold on alabama and it candidate roy more to drop out of the race following the publication of a washington post report alleging that alabama republican senate candidate casual contact with several teenage girls won fourteen years old more deny the allocations allegations during an appearance on the sean hannity show on iheartradio more says he has no intention to drop out of the race he taught the if his step aside for any allegation than you might well run because when you run fox news fair and balanced y k shakers across the country each year and each year wildland firefighters battled to contain them but they can't do it alone for some of these it's not a question of if wildfires strike but.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on KKAT

"I listen to this woman and what she was saying and what she was doing on tv the only thing i could do to collect my thoughts was to go and walk among the finest men and women on this earth and you can always find them because they're in arlington national cemetery terry kelley said adding that he spent ninety minutes walkie among the tombstones on wednesday collecting his thoughts before he would come on uh on the air ninety minutes the national cemetery arlington national cemetery idled saint michael goodwin people sank in these turns anymore everything nowadays is it is that guy or an ankle by or politicized something that is sacred i mean one point kelly said he called them what did he say said the the men and women in the military they're the top 1 percent yeah that that rich people it's the people serve the country and risk their lives right and that's that's so that's why i saw he just gave us a phenomenal lesson in values that's all i mean i i don't want politicises either but i do want to say what's wrong with generals retired generals people with the experiences and net press in the medium doughnut what's wrong with talking about this we should hear this we should hear this maybe we don't all agree but why shouldn't we hear this and pardon me but it's all sessions did solve fashioned why not but you don't larry this is another dimension to not to go too far afield when most people who served in combat don't talk about it uh i mean i i i coauthored a biography an ed koch who served in combat of world war two and he would never talk about it his friend had no idea until we recovered the the military unit uh diary uh he he was injured at one point goes to a hospital never talked about it whole life never publicly talk about his military service in any detail and i think that is in many ways typical when i think what john kelly was doing there with reflecting that that that holy play for people who have been in combat.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The deal ones we show some of these two on wmal dan when i was a kid growing up in our country women were sick on this great on at us obviously not the case anymore received from lucid cases the kqe dusko position that seems to be gone this will gold star families i think that left in the convention over the summer i just thought the selfless devotion that brings a man or woman on the battlefield i just thought that that might be say when i listen to this and what she was saying for what she was doing on tv the only thing i could do the collect my thoughts was to go in to walk along with the finest men and women on this earth you can always find them because they're in arlington national cemetery put over there for an hour and a half watched among the storms some of whom i put sick because they were doing what i told them to do when they were killed just part of the incredibly powerful 12minute speech delivered by general kelly today the white house chief of staff we're gonna play much more for you coming up a little bit later but he really is a gamechanger in this national conversation we've been having about gold star families a goldstar with does and the president's a telephone calls and the as you heard reference there at the intervention of representative fred rico wilson and the politicisation of it when i saw this story when i heard uh general kelly's remarks i thought of one person debbie lee goldstar mom first goldstar mom i ever met i'm uh i feel like i can call her a friend or at least a uh a colleague because we've worked on so many events together and and i'm so happy that she joins us now debbie lee thank you so much for joining me either you bet thanks for having me larry on the hill frustrated with the lack of respect and and i watched the entire thing general kelly press conference did and i sat here and i thought and you know the pierre tree back the attack the new how do you this widow who lost her husband and to have a personal attack against trump that she can can do it your fingers me it angers me knowing and i.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Forty laura the men and women to pay the price for a victory for freedom we have to those brave souls who raced phone roared into that and ran into a hell down evil they may sacrifice not say or from even for what for country this means yesterday at arlington national cemetery reminded me of president reagan his age same age deeply imbued with the classic patriotic spirit in the reverence he showed real reverence for the place on which he was standing hallowed ground and every president does does a moving tribute on memorial day but there was something about this day that really struck me this strike you raymond i mean you're you're an expert on the theatrics and just a sense of things the solemnity he was he was touched by the way i think i watch it with money and my and my middle son lorenzo and i said you know lorenzo said he's kind of changed different i said yeah well the occasion and the office i think does transform a man in time and you see that i saw last week when trump was in europe as he moved through europe is he went to saudi arabia and he went to rome and he went to israel in any way then he hits nato now people say oh he's tough look at that there is a there is a grand jury that is bleeding into this presidency that i don't think we've seen before doesn't mean his tough talk and his edges gone it's not but people love that you don't.

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"national cemetery" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:47 min | 4 years ago

"national cemetery" Discussed on WCTC

"Forty laura the men and women who pay the price for a victory for freedom we do to those bridge souls who raced roydon into bad and ran into a hell the things down they may sacrifice not we were from london even for before country his being yesterday at arlington national cemetery reminded me of president reagan his age same age deeply imbued with the classic patriotic spirit in the reverence he showed real reverence for the place on which he was standing tallow ground and every president does does a moving tribute on memorial day but there was something about this day that really struck me this strike you raymond i mean you're you're an expert on the theatrics and just a sense of things the solemnity he was he was touched by the occasion i think i watched it with montiel on my and my middle son lorenzo and i said you know lorenzo said he's kind of changed nukes different i said yeah well the occasion and the office i think does transform a man in time and you see that i saw last week when trump was in europe as he moved through europe is he went to saudi arabia and he went to rome and he went to israel in any way then he hits nato now people say all he's tough look at that there is there is a grand jury that is bleeding into this presidency that i don't think we've seen before doesn't mean his tough talk and his edges gone it's not but people love that you don't want to go away but there is a sense of majesty at moments and that's what i saw yesterday at arlington he was it wasn't about donald trump it was about the sacrifice of these families he mentioned general kelly son made great mention of another gold star families and wife who was sitting in the crowd and bob dole was there senator was and he pointed out he'll be ninety four in two weeks it is it was moving occasion the too many unknown soldier and laying a wreath and stepping back and just thinking for a moment how many men and women have died defending this country or have gone onto their final rest as veterans four hundred thousand people buried at arlington national cemetery four hundred thousand you're listening to the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura we.

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