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"Silver Spring attitudes are improving now that most of the residents Vaccinated with 96% of Ryder Woods 2300 residents receiving both doses of vaccine executive director Gary Hibs says he's thrilled residents now have this protection against Cove it when the vaccine came in. We jumped on it right away, and our first vaccines were administered December 23rd rider Woods. Indoor dining rooms have been open to 25% capacity, and next week, the luncheon cafes will reopen. Lifting resident spirit. The residents could not be Maurizio I tid. The heartbeat of the community is, you know to connect with people, particularly on O w T o P news. Some Marylanders air saying no to getting the vaccine. A new gal church college poll finds 64% of Maryland residents surveyed plan to get the vaccine as soon as they can or have already gotten at least one dose. But 15% of poll respondents say they want to wait to see if the vaccine is working before getting it. Another, 18% say they will only get a shot if it's required. Still, That is an improvement from the last coucher poll taken back in October, when fewer than half of Maryland residents said that they would agree to be vaccinated. The pole was of 725 Marylanders with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.6%. A year has gone by now. Since the first coronavirus case was confirmed in Virginia and W. T. O P s. Nick I. Anneli spoke with the state's governor about how communities of color Have been hit especially hard by the pandemic and how that is tied into his racially charged scandal. Access to education and health care over 19 has really brought those inequities in too much stronger focus, but leading on issues of race. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam faced challenges with that due to widespread calls for his resignation over the photo on his old medical school yearbook featuring a man in black face and another in a KKK outfit. Did you find that any of the scandal affected your Credibility or your ability to lead when I was a difficult time, traveled around Virginia on and listen to a lot of individuals. And when I listened, I learned the more I know the more I could do, Nick I Nelly w T o P NEWS. Check The full interview with Governor North, um on the W T o p app. Widespread security change is expected to be recommended when a task force meets before Congress today. It comes as fall out from the January 6th riot on Capitol Hill continues among the changes being called for hiring more than 1000, additional capital. Police officers and the board that oversees the U. S. Capitol. Police is reportedly starting its search for a permanent police chief. The search will be nationwide. The new chief will face calls to improve the department's intelligence gathering and its ability to respond to threats like the storming of the capital on January 6th you've been on the Pittman has been the acting Chiefs and Steven Son resigned in the wake of that attack. Pittman will be eligible to apply for the job, but she has faced criticism from congressional leaders for her role in the attacks. The capital, please union also voted overwhelmingly to show no confidence in her last month. Capitol Police board, which includes the House and Senate sergeant at Arms and the architect of the Capitol will make it final decision in the coming months. Luke Luke hurt w T O P news, 11 07 Way made us a insurance for veterans.

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"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

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02:59 min | 6 months ago

"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

"Making getting a new roof easy with virtual or on site estimates. It's to 21 CBS News Special Report. Supreme Court nominee Joe Jamie Cockney, Barrett is pushing back against pressure from Democrats to indicate where she stands on controversial issues like gay marriage, abortion rights and Obama care. So I take my oath seriously to follow the law. And you know, I have not pre committed nor what I pre commit to decide a case any particular with another issue brought up by Republican Utah Senator Mike Lee. Threats by Democrats to pack the court in former Vice President Joe Biden wins the White House with a liberal majority in Congress if we abandoned The long standing historical Practice and tradition of having nine justices could that have any impact on the way the three branches of government interact with each other? Possibly, but it's difficult for me to imagine what specific constitutional question you're asking. And of course, there were when I signed on it. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. Stay with us here on Double D T o P for coverage all through the day. You can watch today's hearing. Live a double d t o p dot com to 22. Even if you're feeling good, Montgomery County Health officials are urging you to get tested for Corona virus. That advice comes as the daily case count jumps in a single day Monday There were 95 new cases of Corona virus in Montgomery County. By midday Tuesday, the new case count hit 121. Dr. Earl Stoddard, director of the Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, said much of that transmission likely asymptomatic transmission started repeated. Everyone should get tested for Cove in 19 Council member Tom Hucker said. There's a real need to re emphasize that message based on the real Action he got after posting his negative test results on social media. Why are you being tested? You have symptoms. I think that mentality is out there a lot. Health officials also say if you test positive, be sure to take part in contact Tracing Kate Ryan. W T. O p. New national polls show. There's a lot of trepidation when it comes to a Corona virus vaccine and folks in Maryland feel the same way. About half of those asked say they are not interested in getting a federally approved vaccine even if it's free. New Gal Church College poll also discovered this people tend to view the pandemic through a partisan lens of the 1000 people surveyed. Nearly 75% of Republicans think the worst of the pandemic is behind us on Lee 40% of Democrats agree The pole has a margin of error of just over 3% points. It is Amazon Prime Day, and the company's looking to give back to struggling businesses recognized that 2020 has been a tough year for a lot of small businesses, and so we wanted to put kind of the muscle of Prime day behind them. Katie Larson, spokesperson for Amazon, says they're trying to put an extra focus on helping small businesses this year as they were hit hard by the pandemic, she says,.

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"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

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03:00 min | 6 months ago

"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

"Happens dot com E t O p A 3 40 on this just into the w T O P newsroom, the mother of the late Senator John McCain has died. Roberta McCain was 108 years old John McCain's widow, Cindy, announced the death, saying quote I couldn't have asked for a better role model for a better friend may remember Roberta McCain was in her nineties and was still very active in her son's most recent presidential bid again. Roberta McCain, the mother of the late Senator John McCain, has died at the age of 100 eight's. We'll have more details later on double D T O P 3 41. North Korea warned the U. S and early Christmas gift was coming and over the weekend. They unwrapped it, and experts call it a monster. Yes, it is a monster Ambassador Joe DeTrani, former special envoy from the U. S to the six party talks with North Korea significantly larger than the largest we've seen in the past front from North Korea or from anyone. Well, I would say from anyone, and there are two pieces of bad news that come along with this unveiling based on its size. Action. It could reach the whole of the United States and it can carry multiple nuclear wars. And, yes, U. S intelligence has confirmed North Korea likely does have multiple nuclear weapons. The question now is how to prevent North Korea from using them. J. J Green with Yu ti OPI NEWS GOP at 3 42 Police Reform has been a major issue this year. Of course. Looks like many Maryland residents are backing change. That's the upshot of New Gal Church College poll when it comes to tracking police misconduct cases and making them available to the public 87% of Marylanders surveyed showed support another. 85% said Criminal misconduct charges against police should be investigated by an independent agency. But the pole didn't ask about independent prosecutions. Another 65% view the police in the Black lives matter Movement favorably in just over half. Would like to see less money going toward police and more towards social programs. The pole has a margin of error of about 3%. Melissa L W. T o P News 3 42 As we bring attention to domestic violence this month, one group is often excluded from the discussion. The LGBTQ community, many cases involving LGBTQ relationships go unreported. They're very hesitant to speak and even share what's going on for fear being Discriminated against for not being believed, Dr. Denise McCain, director of the Prince George's County Justice Center, says. For example, When law enforcement goes to the scene of a domestic violence incident involving two gay men, they may not have the training to determine who's Theodry Essere. Both parties are arrested, which means the victim is being re victimized. She urges survivors to seek out organizations that are culturally sensitive. Stephanie gains Bryant w T o P new Do you A kid in your community doing amazing things during these unprecedented times,.

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04:01 min | 6 months ago

"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

"Hey with a large kitchen knife in his hands. Montgomery County Police Sergeant David Cohen pulls up steps out of his cruiser with his weapon drawn almost immediately. Berhe rushes towards Cohen, who backpedals tonight. Down there. Hey, is silent, but doesn't put down the knife or get down on the ground warning. The next part is hard to listen to Cohen calls out Get on the ground. I don't want to shoot you here. He rushes at him. Cohen fires Ah, voice from a witness calls out to bear him, calling him Finn. Prosecutors from Howard County, who were called on to investigate incidents involving Montgomery County Police found the shooting to be a reasonable use of force. Given the circumstances, Sergeant Cohen can return to the force. There will be an administrative review, Kate Ryan w T. O P knew there were three creepy incidents in Arlington over three days this week. In each case from the 1000 block of South Quebec Street to the 500 block of North Pollard and over to the 1200 block of North Meads Street. Ah, man was seen outside residences and in one case behind a fence with his pants pulled down. Arlington County Police are investigating. In one case, the man was described as an older man and bald. In another case as a man with dreadlocks. President Trump has suggested that he has the power to direct law enforcement to monitor polling places for potential fraud. But DCs Attorney general is pushing back D. C Attorney general Karl Racine is countering that message, saying Trump has no such power. W T. OBY asking D C deputy attorney general CAKE Konopka. If Trump is trying to intimidate poor, Democratic, black and Brown voters from casting ballots to the extent that it could serve to be a chilling effect on any member indeed. See, I'm voting. We want to make sure that that does not Mr Trump is consistently cast doubt on the election, believing there's potential for widespread fraud cannot guys saying their office is committed to doing everything within their power to ensure the voting process is safe and secure. Ken Duffy w GOP News early voting surging in Virginia, The Washington Post reporting more than three quarters of a million ballots cast, either in person by mail, drop box or hand delivered to the registrar's office so far. Strong turnout makes Virginia one of the leaders nationwide in early voting. It looks like it will be a record setting here for absentee voting in Maryland as well. Already 1.3 million Maryland voters have requested an absentee ballots six times as many compared to 2016. Also, a new gal church college poll shows 48% of Maryland voters will vote by mail or by using a ballad Dropbox. The survey also finds younger voters and people who identify with Democrats are more likely to use an alternative voting method. This year. The pole has a margin of air of 3.5% points. Kyle Cooper w T. O P News local students are bringing to life some famous American heroes. It's a popular event known as blacks. In wax. It's an event created by Cora Masters. Barry widow Will former D. C. Mayor Marion Barry. The live performance by D C. Students from the Recreation Wish List Committee was originally slated for March. But due to Corona virus restrictions, they had to suspend production. The students regrouped to air their performance on YouTube, concentrating on famous political and civil rights figures like Shirley Chisholm. Focus on the right to vote the first black person to see the president a nomination. My campaign team was on boats and on Bost, the same slogan I used when I read and became the first black US Congresswoman in history. Andrea Cameron w GOP news than anyone old enough to remember representative Shirley Chisholm will know that student nailed that impression. 3 15. Sports.

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03:03 min | 6 months ago

"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

"Each 12 03 welcome in on a Thursday afternoon, a nice October 8th. Where Sonny in 62 as we get to the 70. Good afternoon to you. I'm Deborah Feinstein and I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following at this hour, which is about casting your ballot in the upcoming election. The deadline to register to vote in Maryland is coming up. It's October 13th. And we're already getting a look at how many people in the state are voting absentee. Already 1.3 Million Maryland voters have requested an absentee ballots six times as many compared to 2016. Also, a new gal church college poll shows 48% of Maryland voters will vote by mail or by using a ballad Dropbox. The survey also finds younger voters and people who identify with Democrats are more likely to use an alternative voting method this year. The pole has a margin of air of 3.5% points. Kyle Cooper w T o P News Now the deadline to register to vote in both Virginia and D. C is also October 13th in the district. Though you can register to vote in person on Election day. Meantime, voters and reporters will be able to track a daily count of the number of mail in ballots that have been received from across Maryland. State Board of Elections, announced a website today that will show that count. The board says ballots received during October 26 through November 2nd early voting can be opened and counted now. But it said the results cannot be released until after voting centers. Clothes on Election Day November 3rd the board says mail in ballots must be postmarked No later then election day, but properly submitted ballots will be accepted until November, 13th After Election Day. Updated results will be released every day that ballots are counted. Voters not only get to choose which candidates have vote for, but many of you will be weighing in on ballot questions in Montgomery County. There are competing valid questions about property taxes in this report. We take a look at question Be Robin Ficker. Montgomery County activist says County residents are still feeling the sting of a property tax boost from 2016. We had a 9% property tax increase. Which was supposed to last for a generation picker is strongly opposed to question a, which would change the way property tax rates are calculated. Instead, he says, question be. Limits property tax revenue increases to the rate of inflation. That's the way it's done now. But there's a twist under question be. The County Council could not vote for a property tax increase, Using the option of a unanimous vote thicker, a Republican says it hasn't been a deterrent to tax increases in mostly Democratic Montgomery County. This is a one party county They have the votes to do anything they want. Montgomery County Council member Andrew Friedson opposes question be its its fiscal insanity. It's not fiscal responsibility, Friedson says. Question be.

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03:53 min | 6 months ago

"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

"It's Geno three. Welcome in on a Thursday morning a nice one on this October 8 Sunny and 61 upper sixties and seventies and good morning to you. I'm Deborah Feinstein and I'm Mork Lewis with the top stories we're following at this hour. Campaign 2020 on W GOP. We have more now on this morning's breaking news that the second presidential debate, scheduled for one week from today will be held virtually President Trump telling Fox News this morning that he will not take part in a virtual town hall. In fact, his campaign manager says the president will hold a rally. The same night as the debate is scheduled. The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates says the decision to go virtual was made to protect the health and safety of all involved. We have more now. On last night's vice presidential debate, W GOP's Mitchell Miller was watching as the subject of the spread of Corona virus at the White House was razed. We're about freedom and respecting the freedom of the American people. Let's talk about respecting the American people. In the midst of the given Take moderator Susan Page had appointed question about the so called Super spreader event in the Rose Garden for the Supreme Court nominee. No social distancing few Mass. She asked why Americans should follow guidelines if the White House doesn't vice president. Pence. Many of the people who were at that event, Susan actually were tested for Corona virus, and it was an outdoor event. But there was also an indoor event, and Senator Harris says. Overall, the administration has fallen short. The American people have had to sacrifice far too much because of the incompetence of this administration. Mitchell Miller. W T o P News So what did you think about the debate? Did you learn anything about the vice presidential candidates or on the issues? Will it sway your vote one way or the other? We want to hear from you on the W T o p TalkBack line. 8442821035. That's 8442821035. W. T O P now at 10 05. Not surprisingly, it looks like it will be a record setting year for absentee voting in Maryland. Already 1.3 million Maryland voters have requested an absentee ballots six times as many compared to 2016. Also, a new gal church college poll shows 48% of Maryland voters will vote by mail or by using a ballad Dropbox. The survey also finds younger voters and people who identify with Democrats are more likely to use an alternative voting method this year. The pole has a margin of air of 3.5% points. Kyle Cooper w T o p News Voters. I only get to choose which candidates have vote for, but many of you will be weighing in on ballot questions as well. In the selection in Montgomery County, there are competing ballot questions on property taxes. In this report. We're taking a look at question Be Robin Ficker. Montgomery County activist says county residents are still feeling the sting of a property tax boost from 2016. We had a 9% property tax increase. Which was supposed to last for a generation picker is strongly opposed to question a, which would change the way property tax rates are calculated. Instead, he says, question be. Limits property tax revenue increases to the rate of inflation. That's the way it's done now. But there's a twist under question be the County Council could not vote for a property tax increase, using the option of a unanimous vote. Picker, a Republican, says it hasn't been a deterrent to tax increases in mostly Democratic Montgomery County. This is a one party county. They have the votes to do anything they want. Montgomery County Council member Andrew Friedson opposes question be its its fiscal insanity. It's not fiscal responsibility, Friedson says. Question be.

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01:34 min | 6 months ago

"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

"If you are under the age of 26 on your parents coverage, they're coming for you. Now, Vice President Mike Pence. Pushback strongly hope we have a chance to talk about health care because Obama care was a disaster. The American people remember it? Well, President Trump and I have a plan to improve health care and for present protect preexisting conditions for every American. So we're asking you this morning. What you thought about the debate? Did you learn anything from it? You can call us and let us know. In the W T o p TalkBack line. It's a 442821035. Or you can send us your thoughts through the double B t o p AP and this we noted earlier, the next presidential debates, scheduled for a week from today will be virtual whether President Trump will attend that debate still remains to be seen. He says he will not this morning. Meanwhile, it looks like it'll be a record setting year for absentee voting in Maryland. Already 1.3 million Maryland voters have requested an absentee ballots six times as many Compared to 2016. Also, a new gal church college poll shows 48% of Maryland voters will vote by mail or by using a ballad Dropbox. The survey also finds younger voters and people who identify with Democrats are more likely to use an alternative voting method this year. The pole has a margin of air of 3.5% points. Kyle Cooper. W T. O P News Up ahead in MONEY News Sands Club is downsizing its 8 24. It's estimated that more than half of all organizations have suffered data breaches through vulnerable third parties. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected..

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02:33 min | 6 months ago

"new gal church college" Discussed on WTOP

"Pence responded. We have a chance to talk about health care because Obamacare was a disaster. The American people remember it? Well, President Trump and I have a plan to improve health care and for present protect preexisting conditions for every American. So what did you think about the debate? Did you learn anything about the candidates? Will it sway your vote one way or the other. Call us on the W T o p TalkBack line 84428210358 for 4 to 8 to 1035. Or you can send us your thoughts through the w T o p AP The next presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden is scheduled to take place. From today. Well, it looks like it's going to be a record setting year for absentee voting in Maryland. Already 1.3 million Maryland voters have requested an absentee ballots six times as many compared to 2016. Also, a new gal church college poll shows 48% of Maryland voters will vote by mail or by using a ballad Dropbox. The survey also finds younger voters and people who identify with Democrats are more likely to use an alternative voting method this year. The pole has a margin of air of 3.5% points. Kyle Cooper w T. O P News More money has been spent on ads in a congressional race in Virginia than the two major presidential candidates have spent in the state. More than $11 million has gone for ads in the seventh District contest between incumbent Democrat Abigail Span Burger and Republican State delegate Nick Fracas. That's one $0.7 million Mohr than Republican President Trump and Democrat show Biden have spent in the state on ads combined. The district includes Culpepper Chesterfield in Rajkot and not away counties. Well, the story might prompt you to take another look in the full length mirror this morning. Can you be obese and malnourished? It's easy to pack on the pounds if you eat a lot of processed foods, so you gain weight, but you don't get enough nutrition malnourishment is surprisingly an exceedingly common with national Jewish health cardiologists, Dr Andrew Freeman says a recent study finds ah, large proportion of people who are overweight with coronary disease. Actually are malnourished. So for them and everyone, he recommends a mostly whole food plant based, minimally processed, dying as much as a you know, microwave frozen pizza might be delicious. It might be better to eat a salad with all the different bright colored fruits and vegetables to get all those nutrients so that we are not malnourished, but will also start to feel better. Christy came. W T O P News coming up in money News, Costco sales Surge and Sam's Club downsizes some products. It's 6 24. October.

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