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First-time unemployment claims rose last week
"Previous week, The number of Americans continuing to receive standard benefits fell slightly to just under 4.5 million. New claims in Virginia were up. Reagan National Airport lands in Good company on USA
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"Reagan National. All right, Mike 39 the reading in Northwest Brought to you by Len the Plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. 11 22 Now back to work today for legislators in Virginia. They're going into special session to focus on the state budget. House and Senate lawmakers air set to unveil their amended versions of Governor Ralph Northam Sponge IT proposal. The General Assembly technically adjourned on Monday, with Republicans wanting to limit their work to 30 days. But North, um ordered a special session, saying lawmakers need more time to work on the budget and pandemic relief. Senate Majority Leader Dick Saslaw. There's no way realistically we can put it. Other this budget and thoroughly reviewed bills in 30 Days, Plus the House and Senate need to work out differences and a list of bills they've passed, including the one that would legalize marijuana for recreational use. Nick i Netley w T o p news. A Republican running for governor of Virginia, is suing her own party. State Senator Amanda Chase, says the party should not choose nominees for this year's elections at a nominating convention is planned in a statement, Chase says the statewide candidates should be chosen by voters in a primary, not by the party Central Committee. Chase was censured by the state Senate last month she was accused of voicing support for those who took part in the attack at the U. S. Capitol. We have learned that the health insurance marketplace Marylandhealthconnection is extending its special pandemic enrollment period through the middle of May. That brings the state program in line with the federal enrollment period, announced by President Biden for states that use healthcare dot gov. That's the federally run health insurance marketplace. Health insurance obtained through the state marketplace. Cover's cost for Corona virus testing at doctor's offices,.
Washington DC to see freezing temperatures and possibly snow this week
"Increasing clouds late this evening. The overnight tonight ahead of the next system, Shawn mostly clear in the meantime, for the next couple of hours. Some very thin, high level clouds making for a beautiful sunset this evening temperatures be falling into the low thirties quickly and then we'll be overcast overnight tonight. It will be as cold as last night because of the clouds. But cold enough flows arrange for the mid twenties in the northwest suburbs, where there's little more snow pack to the Alotta mid thirties elsewhere, and then we'll see a little bit of moisture come up from the south ahead of that next system. It'll bring us a light, which remix for the Morning rush tomorrow, and it's gonna be light. But it may be just enough for a glaze, especially if any liquid raindrops make it all the way to the surface where it's freezing. That could cause a little bit of ice. But at any rate, it's all gonna be outta here by lunchtime, and then this mostly cloudy and chilly the rest of the day high school. Into the mid forties, too, near 50. So any wintry impact we have in the morning we'll be gone in the afternoon was they acquired a partly sunny, increasing clouds late ahead of the next system has to be in the mid thirties and near 40, and it looks like we'll start getting some snow on Thursday morning, but there's also going to be a wintry mix involved with that, and it's gonna be pro long to could last into Friday s, so we'll be keeping an eye on that Thursday's highest begin low to mid thirties. 39 degrees and Stafford right now 36 in Gaithersburg, and it's officially 37 at Washington. Reagan National. Thank
Snow moves away from Washington DC region, but roads could refreeze
"Batch of this snow and rain moved to Southern Maryland. And we're seeing some moderate to heavy stuff, missus, um rain stretching from North Beach and Chesapeake Beach southward around the usable area. This is moving off to the East pretty quickly the next 30 to 45 minutes. Most theory will be precipitation free. Behind this last batch precipitation. The sun's coming out, We will see a mixture of cloud cover and sunshine this after and that's going to melt Most of the snow that fell across the region Highs oration 42 45. Overnight there partly cloudy skies. It'll be breezy and much colder. They'll be a re freeze and any standing water any slush. Legendary roadways will become ice and it's the roads could becomes very slippery overnight. Those upper teens to mid twenties. My needs too much time in tomorrow morning as the roads will be a little bit icy and then as the day goes on a good deal of sunshine, but Cold House on Monday only in the mid to upper thirties like wintry mix early on Tuesday, changing over the light rain and then ending highs mid forties. Drop, cover and hold on Wednesday Highs mid upper thirties could be another snow or ice storm into the region. On Thursday temperatures for you right now, with some sunshine wardens up to 39 Degrees College Park 35. In San Do you have a temperature of 36 at Reagan National, and it's 34
Atlanta-based Delta bans guns to Washington, D.C. ahead of inauguration
"Is temporarily banning firearms on flights to Washington, D. C. Following last week's deadly rioting at the nation's Capitol and threats of more protests around the presidential inauguration next week. Atlanta based Delta Airlines is banning firearms in checked baggage. The ban applies to flights into Washington's Dulles, Reagan National Baltimore, Washington International and Richmond International airports. The band starts Saturday and runs through the 23 years. The screen A cubit reports is comes to the FAA said this week. It will crack down Morris forcefully against disruptive. Passengers.
The Latest: Graham heckled at airport
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting senator Lindsey Graham gets verbally assaulted at a Washington airport at Washington's Reagan national airport Friday Republican senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina was heckled and showered with shouts of traitor Graham has been a strong supporter of president Donald Trump the last four years but hours after the U. S. capitol was invaded by violent trump supporters Wednesday Graham said on the Senate floor all I can say it is count me out enough is enough video posted on Twitter Friday showed Graham flanked by police officers being showered with insults and derision as he walked toward an airport gate Mike Rossio Washington
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"At Reagan National Way have breaking news tonight. Twitter has banned President Trump the Social network put out the following statement after close review of recent tweets from the at Real Donald Trump account and the context around them. We've permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence. Now, remember, this is Donald Trump's private account. This is not the one that will be used by the White House when he's gone. If you go to at real Donald Trump, the president's picture is gone. And the page says account suspended more on this coming up tonight on W T O P. There are other breaking developments tonight are surrounding the president. CBS News Special Report. CBS News has learned from talking with multiple GOP sources that President Trump will not resign. He will not turn power over to Vice President Pence or ask for Mr Pence to pardon them. But there are Republican and Democrat lawmakers calling for Mr Trump to be impeached. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan, a trio of House Democrats plan to introduce articles of impeachment on Monday. Charging President Donald Trump with incitement of insurrection following Wednesday's riots at the U. S. Capitol, Multiple sources tell CBS News. Laurie Levenson is a former federal prosecutor, she says. Even if the president is not removed from office, the lawmakers are framing it for history. President Trump is responsible. At least partially for the attack on the Capitol, and even if he's never criminally prosecuted, he was impeached for that. CBS News special Report. On that Piper has plans proceed for a second impeachment on Capitol Hill. W T. O P s National security correspondent J. J. Green says Wednesday's riot has made a delicate situation when it comes to the nation's executive branch there, people at the White House that have told the president that he is in pretty serious trouble when it comes to his legacy. And his reputation and perhaps being put out of the White House and I'm told that the president's been pretty angry. Definitely since Wednesday, haven't seen any push back on this or anything like it, but we do know that there are people that have told the president that he's in a really difficult situation for the next 12 days or so. So it's not very likely. We'll see or hear anything but With this president. Anything could happen. That's wt O. P s national security Correspondent J. J Green and this is new Tonight. North Korean leader Kim Jong Eun has threatened to expand his nuclear arsenal and developed more sophisticated weapons systems, he said today. It's in response to what he calls a hostile U. S policy. Kim's comments were seen as an effort to apply pressure to the incoming government's of President elect Joe Biden. Coming up in money news, another record day over Wall Street. Another big name is rolling out hard Seltzer. I'm Jeff Play ball 6 53 brighter futures start with a boost of positive.
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"A grocery bag through Central Union Mission for just $25 Give today at Mission D c dot or G'kar. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p Traffic storm team for meteorologists. Mike's 10 offered another cold one today, huh? It is And we've got some stuff Lorries across the region this morning heavy enough to coat Certain areas, especially bridges and overpasses to do watch out for some slick spots as temperatures are around her are below freezing this morning. Snow flurries Move pretty quickly later days a little bit of sunshine. McCall, partly sunny this afternoon, or state chili are highs. Upper thirties the lower forties. Tonight partly cloudy to occasionally mostly cloudy. Gonna be a cold night upper teens across the northern and western suburbs. Where is still some snow cover on the ground. Look for lows lows in the low to mid twenties as you get closer into the district. Partly to mostly cloudy skies on a Cold Day tomorrow highs only 35 to 40 a tad warmer on Sunday, But there could be a Sprinkle of rain or even a couple of snow flurries High's ultimate forties and then gradual clearing on Monday with highs in the low to mid forties temperatures air chili in this 29 right now in Gaithersburg College Park 31 letter into town 32 right now, Bruce and John, we have a temperature of 33 at Reagan National. Thank you, Mike. It's 5 51. Now President elect Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, sat down with CBS late show host Stephen Colbert to talk about Mr Biden's upcoming presidency. And Colbert asked him about the Republicans who haven't acknowledged his wind. Do you take it personally at all? The Republicans won't haven't acknowledged you in. No. Look, They're in a tough spot. I know everybody says Well, they should just step up. Can I say this? Number of them sent messages to me. Four weeks ago. Give me time, Joe. Maybe some time. Fine by me. It's fine by me a way one. We want Georgia three times, but but all kidding aside, Look, it's It's a tough spot. But you understand this month the way I do. Northern Virginia congresswoman Jennifer Weston will be serving on the House Appropriations Committee for the 117th Congress, which begins in January. The House Appropriations Committee, one of the most powerful committees in Congress, and overseas 12 spending bills that fund most of the functions of the federal government. Weston's appointment restores a long history of the Commonwealth. Having a voice in the appropriations.
Fauci makes "final plea" to Americans before Thanksgiving
"In New York. Keep the gatherings as small as you possibly can. That final plea coming from Dr Anthony Fauci today as millions hit the road for Thanksgiving. Transportation correspondent Chris Van Cleve is at Reagan National Airport in Washington. Romeo Garcia left Maryland this afternoon for his parents in Greenville, North Carolina. The holidays a really the only times where I could be able toc, my family do you worry at all about bringing the coronavirus home with you? Not at all I've been tested. I'm negative. But that wasn't enough for Tom Wilson. He made the agonizing decision not to spend Thanksgiving with his family. It just seemed like a Risk that wasn't worth taking trying to stop out of control spread. There's a growing patchwork of restrictions in
Thanksgiving travel plans continue despite warnings
"Americans are used to. But some still plan on traveling despite recommendations not too from federal health officials, and today is expected to be a very busy travel day living up to the holiday parent Reagan National Airport. The check in lines are pretty quiet, but there's been a steady stream of people coming in. It's been picking up slowly. As the morning goes on, we may see more people traveling. So it seems a lot of folks aren't willing to miss the holiday despite health officials concerns But according to Triple A about 83% of D C residents surveyed say they don't plan on traveling at all for Thanksgiving. Overall, we'll see how things look as the morning goes on. But if you are traveling, the CDC is asking everyone to do so safely. Melissa how w. T O P NEWS
Washington, DC-area's Reagan National, Dulles Airports won’t fully recover from pandemic passenger drop until 2024
Rain from remnants of Delta will pick up in Washington DC area
"Start to the day today. Yeah, sure is, And it's going to stay soggy throughout the morning, John we've got some moderate to heavy rain. In some spots out there. These are the remnants of Delta now just an area of low pressure moving through the area. But we're going to keep this soaking rain with us throughout the morning rush and throughout most of the morning hours right now in storm team for radar, Most of the soaking rain is near D. C and points just to the North. But everyone has the potential of having this soaking rain this morning. It'll taper off just a few showers in some drizzle this afternoon into the evening hours. Breezy, cool in very humid. In the meantime, the temperatures will hold steady in the low to mid sixties. We're not gonna get much warmer than where we are already and then the showers will start to end overnight tonight early tonight, in fact, saying mostly cloudy, cool and damp, with some fog blows will be in the upper fifties to low sixties. Then a cold front move through. Tomorrow morning. We have a mission. Clouds of sunshine throughout the day. It'll be breezy and it'll be unseasonably warm, but the humidity will be dropping on the westerly winds throughout the day Tomorrow. Highs will be in the mid upper seventies Wednesday. Mostly sunny, mild, dry and pleasant highs in the low to mid seventies Thursday, increasing clouds but mild high would be in the low to mid seventies in 65 right now, in Manassas, 61 in Frederick and 65 officially at Washington, Reagan National and
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"The right side and in a delay from Westmoreland Street, now from garage door repair dot com Storm like seven forecast. Star March. Devon is on weather alert for heavy rain and some areas of flooding. That's not today won't be a washout. Expect scattered showers this afternoon and highs in the mid seventies. Heavy rain will start west and reached Metro area after expect totals near Nick. This is what the cold principles he had dropped below 70 tomorrow and a significant dip in humidity. I'm ABC seven meteorologist. Okay with this much seven it's 75 Waldorf. 75. Reagan National. I'm a really fun Washington small double. Rush Limbaugh. Hey, How's everybody? Great to have you with us? Big Big day here still say will not be surprised If there is no debate tonight, kids. I can't say Well, I guess I was wrong because we still have nine hours to go. Anything can happen. And don't think that they haven't tried to get out of this. And don't think that they're still trying to get out of this. I don't care what anybody says, anyway..
Washington, DC - Dozens of National Airport workers may have been exposed to coronavirus
"Virus at their church. It took them a week to find out, though the exposure reportedly happened at a church in Alexandria about a month ago, But the Washington Post says city health officials weren't notified of a confirmed case linked to the church. Until August 21st. That means the church members who worked at the airport went to their jobs without knowing they may have been exposed. The Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority says it was not aware of any employees that Reagan national testing positive for Corona virus. There are questions as to whether or not the district rushed into phase two of its
Big airlines fight with smaller ones over airport rights
"The airlines are fighting with smaller ones over airport rights. Federal officials want to let major airlines keep valuable takeoff and landing slots at some big U. S airports, even if they don't use them all during the pandemic. Move's being criticized by smaller airlines like Spirit and Allegiant, which want a chance to expand of the big airports. FAA plans to extend the current waiver to use it or lose it rules regarding slots and Kennedy and LaGuardia airports in New York and Reagan National near Washington. American, United and Delta are pushing for the waiver to be extended into next March.
There Is Some Terrifying Flooding in Washington, DC Area Right Now
"Flooding flooding unfolding unfolding across across parts parts of of the the Metro Metro area, area, Metro Prince George's County, Inter Montgomery County, the eastern side of the District of Columbia, Northwest Washington as well and parts of Arlington and that's where we will begin. George Washington Memorial Parkway is flooded and we understand impassable between four mile run in the south entrance to Ronald Reagan National Airport. That's a limited access by way, which means you're going to have trouble turning around. I think there's a wall on the median strip there, which means once you go north or south toward that area of high water, you might be stuck trapped between that rising water and the drivers behind you, And that's one of the many dangerous on a day like today, it's not as simple as just turning around. In some cases once you commit, sometimes you are stuck. You're put in a very dangerous situation. 3 95 South bound flooding before Glebe Road at most, only a single file. Getting by 1 10 under Memorial Avenue Impassable, Color says You can't get by north and South bound. This is also tangling Traffic on Washington Boulevard near Memorial Bridge, Rock Creek Parkway, Deepwater reported near the Kennedy Center portions of Beach Drive. In northwestern Washington and near Montgomery County near the Montgomery County line were flooded. There's at least one water rescue in progress right now, and there were a couple earlier last hour. DC 2 95 to 95 areas of very deep water single file Getting passed them along the Anacostia River. It will take time. Northeast Washington There is significant street flooding, even on major avenues like New York Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue. Some of the side streets with poor drainage, especially lower lying there going to be impassable. And so all the more reason If you haven't left your garage or your office place in the parking lot where you are on higher ground. You definitely absolutely do not want to commit to driving until That flash flood warning expires or is cancelled. Also in Virginia, Virginia, south south bound bound on on
Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For NoVA, Washington DC
"Is is the the warnings warnings have have either either expired expired or or they've they've been been cancelled cancelled a a few few minutes minutes early early that that storm storm that in particular we were watching in Montgomery County in Howard County. As we can quite a bit in the past 15 minutes, no longer above severe levels. It's still a thunderstorm is still putting down some pretty heavy rainfall. But the potential for any large hail or really strong, gusty winds is now pretty much over with. So the warning Is cancelled early, but still some fairly heavy rain from the Seneca area through Rockville in Rossmore, White oak up to sandy spring in Brookville and over the line into a highland in scaggsville and love on savage areas. Uh, just to the north of the Montgomery County side of the Beltway. Just to the north of Beltway is the heavy rain. Aah! And again. It stretches into parts of Howard County and up towards the Baltimore area to sew. The warning has not been extended to the East and unlikely is It's an an unlikely unlikely unlikely that that that will will will be be be extended extended extended any any any farther farther farther to to to the the the east east east through through through Northern Northern Northern Prince Prince Prince George's George's George's in in in and and and around, around, around, Oh Oh Oh counties, counties, counties, But But But it it it is is is the the the remnants remnants remnants are are are still still still moving moving moving to to to the the the east. east. east. So So So those those those areas areas areas are are are still going to get some heavy rain in the next few minutes or so. We're not seeing any thunderstorm development now in Virginia anymore, except that northern tip of Fairfax County, and we're not seeing any thunderstorm development in southern Maryland. So even though there is a still a severe thunderstorm watch until midnight. For those areas, stuff will likely be cancelled early, so the thunderstorms that exist in northern Maryland will continue to wind down for the next two hours and 90 minutes or so. Everything will be out of here completely by midnight. Regardless, Temperatures will continue to fall through the eighties through the low to mid seventies for overnight lows. It'll be a warm and muggy night. And tomorrow after dude. We'll do it all over again. And with a stronger cold front on the way from the north, With even hotter temperatures. We will likely see Maur storms than today of affecting more locations. And some of them could be stronger, too. So so more severe weather likely tomorrow afternoon into the evening. Amaro size of being the upper eighties, too low nineties But behind the cold front that I mentioned on Friday just a few straight leftover showers in the morning, then lowering humidity, breezy conditions the rest of the day highs in the low to mid eighties. Saturday, mostly study and warm but much less humid and much more comfortable Hae to be in the upper seventies, too. Low eighties Sunday, also 80 degrees right now in Fairfax, down to 73 behind the storms, and hi it's down in its 84 at at Washington. Washington. Reagan Reagan National, National,
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"Of the Blue Ridge will keep an eye on that activities of activity. Much of the south of warranted and moderate rain is falling across much of southern Maryland, now south of 50 So a flash flood watch continues until six in the morning. More showers and more thunderstorms. Night rain heavy at times over those upper sixties. Lower seventies and more rain and more thunderstorms tomorrow. Once again, flooding could be a problem. We'll see how high in the low to mid eighties right now can we have a temperature of 76 at Reagan National? The National Weather Service is issued a flash flood warning for Northeast loud and counting until 1 a.m. because of severe weather out there right now, But again the National Weather Service issuing a flash flood warning for northeast Loudon County until one, eh? Now 75 in D. C. The chef brought to you by lend the plumber trust the same day service seven days a week. It is 9 21 here on W. GOP. As the three year anniversary approaches, the shooting death of motorists be John Gays are by U. S. Park Police. Virginia's senior senator is growing more frustrated. I have been bitterly disappointed. By the park Places response set of their Mark Warner says he feels like he's being stonewalled by the U. S. Park Police. Two officers shot and killed gays are in the Fort Hood neighborhood in Fairfax County. They fired 10 shots in his Jeep and an apparent investigation of a fender bender in Alexandria. We owe Big John's family..
Washington D.C.-area forecast: Hot today, and turning hotter the next few days
"Draper with us tonight. And Amelia, You've got one heck of a hot forecast force from the weekend. Exactly, Shawn. We're talking about dangerous heat moving in for the weekend, especially Sunday and then staying dangerously hot Monday Tuesday, potentially even Wednesday as well. I've also been mentioning that isolated storm chance here throughout the afternoon and evening hours on W. G. O P and seeing that materialized now into parts of southern Maryland down into Charles County, saying some really heavy rainfall just to the south of the low Plato area. Ah lot of lightning as well starting to develop so we could see some heavy rain, some strong, gusty winds out around the Hughes Ville. Sorry. This does look like it's slowly moving on into ST Mary's and potentially portions of Calver and the southernmost point of Prince George's County, so some isolated storms out there Tonight. Most of us do look to stay dry with blows, though, on ly in the seventies area wide high temperatures tomorrow warming into the middle Upper nineties. Humidity levels are slightly lower compared to today. That being said, though our heat index tomorrow afternoon, it's still above 100 degrees, and then Sunday afternoon, Middle Upper nineties and tropical Community make our heat index feel like 100 to 107 degrees, so we could certainly have a heat advisory out there as we look to Sunday and then Monday if we hit 100 which I am Gore casting, it will be the first time Reagan National has hit 100 in almost four years. The last time was in August over 2016. Since scattered lately. Thunderstorms are possible Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday as well with the extreme heat and humidity in the area. But again with the Moving in. This is that you want to take seriously drinking lots of water, taking frequent breaks, avoiding long hours outdoors. That thing said currently temperatures across the area right now. Bigger sounded 91 95 degrees in Arlington, and we're at 93 leaves for for alright, alright, thanks thanks
"reagan national" Discussed on WTOP
"Some dangerous, some serious heat moving into the area for the weekend early next week. Now, today, it doesn't look like we're going to hit 90 degrees at Reagan National. Of course, we were going for the record shriek of days at 90 or hire the highest so far is the temperature reported there are 88. Something will continue to monitor but On a more serious note over the weekend, we could have some heat advisories issued by the National Weather Service now will have heat index values tomorrow. Around 100 over the weekend. Heat indices will range from about 101 105 during the afternoon hours. On Monday, the Heat index will approach 110 degrees. As we forecast our 1st 100 of the year on Monday, right now on strong team for radar, tracking some scattered showers and thunderstorms, well back to our West, But we will have some scattered showers and storms out there tonight, especially west of Washington, with lows in the upper sixties to mid seventies and tomorrow some scattered showers and storms as well chance for isolated storm or two over the weekend. Otherwise mostly to partly sunny skies and again highs warming into the Middle Upper nineties, both days currently across the region right now 87 at Reagan National 83 at Camp Springs and Dulles at 86. Already thanks Amelia 3 52 With fewer than four months to go before the election, President Trump has moved Brad par scale out of the campaign manager role. The president announced on Twitter late Wednesday that his former White House political director Bill Stepien, recently promoted to be par Scales deputy will take over his campaign manager. The president demoted par scale to digital director and senior advisor. Stepien is not regarded as a forceful leader or one who commands trumps respect. But he knows.
Atlanta-Based Delta Air Lines Loses $2.8 Billion, Cuts Flights
"From the drop in traveled. Delta Airlines had a record $5.7 billion loss last quarter. Delta is now cutting half of the number of flights and planned to add back in August. United Airlines is making big cuts of both Reagan national and at Dulles, one of its major hubs in Washington Business Journal says the layoffs could be close to 3200 jobs, most of them at villas. It'll be about half of United's DC area employees. United is the biggest carrier at Dulles flying about 65% of passengers there.
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"Reagan National. Tell us at 99 b. W. Marshall at 97. We do have a reading of 102 degrees this hour. Or in Severn, Maryland, 96 right now in Washington at 3 40 I should have pushed President Trump further in the right direction. That's what former Trump National Security Advisor John Bolton is telling. W. GOP's national security correspondent J. J. Green Well, I don't think we did obviously because we never changed his behavior, Bolton says. Working for the president is no easy task. You do what you can up until the point where you're not having any impact anymore, And then you resign or you get fired, Which is why there's such a large My association from the administration when asked why he want a book instead of taking more significant action while in his position, he said he did. I did what I think any responsible officials should do. He said he informed the White House counsel and the attorney general. As Faras not testified during the impeachment process. My testimony would not have made any difference. G Green TEA OFI News. Bolton's book about his 17 months in the White House has called the room where it happened. He was reportedly paid about $2 million to write it. Turkish court has opened a trial and abstentia for a group of Saudis and the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Ca Shoji. Saudi Arabia has refused to extradite the 20 suspects. They all left Turkey after the killing. Some of them were put on trial in Riyadh. But those trials were widely criticized. This trial in Turkey will be closely watched. For any new information that might emerge, including the whereabouts of cash. Hokies remains. He was killed after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October of 2018 that CBS correspondent Kamiya McCormick, a new criminal complaint alleges a soldier at Fort Hood, Texas, killed Vanessa. Gonesse again and hid her body with the help of his girlfriend. Guion has been missing for months more than two months and her family contends that she was sexually harassed. CBS News correspondent Maria Villareal has more thorough investigation in the sexual harassment will continue until it's complete. In a press conference yesterday, Army investigators said Robinson was not Indians chain of command. And that there is no credible evidence so far here, anyone else sexually harassed her? How are we gonna believe their own internal investigation on themselves? The Gideons family attorney, Nathalie Poem says the army is hiding something We believe. He murdered her because she was going to report the sexual harassment. Ian's family says they're fighting to keep this from happening to anyone else in the military. It's 3 43 President Trump will be up Mount Rushmore tonight to kick off the Fourth of July weekend. It will be the first fireworks show in years at what's known as the Shrine of Democracy. It's going to be a fireworks display. Like few people have seen. It's going to be very exciting, but it's also steeped in controversy. The thousands of people expected to attend will not be required to socially distance and the masks will be distributed. Nobody will be forced wear them. Public health experts warn that could help the virus spread in an area the pandemics relatively spared. Beyond health risk. Some worry the fireworks themselves will put the forest around the monument in danger of wildfires. SOCCER Megane Washington The Fourth of July weekend always seems to be also about how these about people eating as much of something as they can write, like hot dogs all this time here in D. C was hamburgers. How many do you think you could eat in 10 minutes? Or, in this case, tables piled with burgers and Tenley town for the Z Burger 11th annual Independence Burger eating championship. Last year's winner. Maryland's Molly Skyler came into it as the five time champ, setting a record of 32 burgers in 10 minutes last year, and she had the crowd.
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"At Reagan national Dulles in AT B. W. I. Marshall eighty one and we've got seventy nine degrees right now in Washington at seven St the former chief of the U. S. park police has a lot to say about last Monday's controversial clearing of Lafayette park former park police chief Theresa chambers tells WTOP Attorney General William Barr is not in the chain of command and it would have been inappropriate for him to give any directions to a park police this board told the Associated Press that law enforcement had agreed by the mid Monday to expand the security perimeter around Lafayette square before that night seven PM curfew the White House said repeatedly that bar gave the go ahead the board said he did not give any commands but did support clearing the park it was done forcefully chambers says she believes once the perimeter was pushed back the president and secret service took advantage of that to walk across the park to the church you're logged in staying WTOP news thousands of people have paid their final respects to George Floyd the public viewing precedes the funeral tomorrow in Houston where Floyd grew up joining us from Houston tonight is reporter Dennis Spellman Dennis thanks so much for being with us tonight here in W. T. O. P. can you tell us a little bit about what it's been like at that church today yeah it has been simply amazing all day long one shuttle bus after another and he's a full size buses that are just bringing people out to the to the to the event they take it one woman told me it took about two hours from the time she got on the bus I got to the funeral home waited in line to get inside inside the body of George Floyd and then got back on the bus to leave Bob but she told me that for her it gave her closure and she felt much better leaving that she did what she was going Dennis we're told that it's not just people from Houston who made their way to the church today but people came from all over the country did you talk to any of those folks are witness any of that yeah I I did I talked I talked quite a bit to a woman came from Florida you know that's a two day drive but it to get here and she made that track and I asked her why if you happen to know George ward she said no but I just thought it was important that a lot of people show up and to send a message about about the death of George ward so that was the reason she wanted to come one of the plans for the funeral tomorrow Dennis tomorrow we'll be right back in the same building the funeral will be in the same location but guy is by invitation only and then the body will go to a nearby community day pair land that that's where the that's where you'll be buried alongside his brother all right reporter Dennis Spellman Dennis we are we appreciate your work today thanks so much you're welcome seven thirteen now in Washington recent events including the death of George Floyd massive protest and the police response to them can be confusing and even scary for children they need some help processing all of it let the child or adolescent direct the conversation especially these initial conversations Kaiser Permanente a psychiatrist Dr aasha Patton Smith ask your child if they understand what's happening with a very simple open ended question like what are your thoughts about all this stuff going on the response can shape what happens next beginning to have those difficult conversations about race social disparities as well as civic engagement Smith says let kids know it's okay to feel sad or anxious also revisit sensitive topics is there a number of conversations that need to take place over time Kristy king WTOP news effectives industry heights in prince George's county you're trying to learn what led to a fatal stabbing this weekend they say they've already determined that the killing of nineteen year old Denise Hyson of district heights was not a random police responded to a report of a stabbing just before seven o'clock in the thirty four hundred block of Walter's lane Hysan was brought to the hospital where she died soon after if you have information about that stabbing you should call the homicide unit seven fourteen now Virginia's governor has given the order to take down Richmond's towering statue of civil war general Robert E. Lee but for now it's still there looking down over the city's historic monument Avenue the general services department says crews are inspecting the statue before moving into something it plans to do as soon as possible city leaders are joining the movement to remove civil war heroes from that Avenue they now have plans to remove at least four more statues seven fifteen now in Washington for fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions are black and white I think back and forth we go with Major League Baseball on the player's association the latest proposal comes from the league today and has that league playing about seventy six games that's less than the eight hundred and fourteen but also up from the fifty that there possibly thought about close to eighty two games which should be about halfway through regular season sell a little bit better with up to sixteen teams qualifying for the postseason and players making seventy percent of pro rated salaries no sliding scale which is a big deal earlier players would also receive more playoff money to be about two hundred million dollars in a playoff pool regular season when in September twenty seventh postseason finish up by the end of October and no man MLB draft pick compensation for signing players that was also a big deal before so we'll see where the players go with this but that is the latest from Major League Baseball Washington spirit back on the field today for the first time in three months next up the national women's soccer league will get underway with a tournament in Utah spirit first game June thirtieth NBA news lamarcus Aldridge and the spurs the seven time all star had to shoulder surgery he will not join the team in Orlando when it picks up again at the end of July George Wallace to be to be sports coming up on WTOP from along the eastern shore of call to restart indoor dining at restaurants in Maryland I'm Mike Morello eight seven.
Tornado Warnings issued for much of Washington DC region until 6PM
"Along to your window visor okay can at six this morning until six this evening for the entire area with a high wind warning east of I ninety five basically which make us up to sixty miles an hour times us even outside of thunderstorms and now the ground is saturated from the rain this moves through when I see some trees and power lines down be prepared for some power outages a look at starting full radar we're watching a band of severe thunderstorms over southwestern Virginia pushing the Lynchburg area some of the storms have tornado warnings associated with them I think they're gonna move into this far south western suburbs from about seven seven thirty then sweep northeastward across the entire metro area about seven thirty and ten thirty eleven o'clock this morning so I wouldn't be surprised if we see a tornado watch come out for the metro area so forecast calls for showers and thunderstorms or rain heavy at times late this morning I'm a mid morning to late morning so many stores may be severe with damaging winds and isolated tornadoes it's gonna turn very windy to over the next several hours they will get a break I think we'll see another round of thunderstorms acceptance of powerful cold front comes through in the stores also could be severe highs upper seventies to lower eighty is becoming fair breezy and colder behind the front tonight lows will be in the forties probably sunny breezy cooler tomorrow with a high near sixty we'll see some showers on Wednesday with highs in the fifties and run numbers of chapter sixteen camp springs fifty nine hundred and sixty at Reagan national ride bike it's five fifty one now severe storms did battle the south yesterday and overnight prompting flash floods tornadoes and thunderstorm warnings and watches the storms killed at least six people in Mississippi CBS news meteorologist David Parkinson says some areas will still have issues today swath of strong wind gusts actually goes all the way back to Chicago where they're under a wind advisory it's a high wind warning closer to the coast to New York but that shows you the extent of the wind really about a hundred and fifty million people sold half of America dealing with the wind advisory during the day to day as Mike just told you were expecting storms through the morning with potential for strong and damaging winds we're on top of it watching closely and Michael let us know as soon as things start to
Passenger Opened Plane Door at Washington DC's DCA Airport, Slid Down Emergency Slide
"David we're just getting word from NBC for TV in Washington that a passenger on board a plane at Reagan national airport today open the plane door slid down an emergency slide and got onto the airfield before being arrested the passenger was said to be on frontier airlines flight five three six when they open the door and deployed the slide just before noon eastern time the passenger got out of the aircraft and was immediately arrested taken into custody by airport authority police in Washington
Mark Gastineau wants his single-season sack record back
"Sack success for more casting mark Gastineau it's something that he certainly had of the NFL well the single season sack record from nineteen eighty four until two thousand one and now after keeping quiet for eighteen years he's speaking out the former jet says the single season mark should belong to him and not hall of Famer Michael Strahan destino had twenty two sacks of the nineteen eighty four season stray hand broke that mark in two thousand one against the Packers when quarterback Brett farb seem to take a dive which gave straight and twenty two and a half sacks destino was on hand he graduated strain on the field and hasn't really said anything negative about it until now Gastineau saying nothing against farmer straight and he just wants to be recognized for the record and he's surprised the NFL didn't step in what happened ESPN's ridge so many mark why now it's been eighteen years it happened and he said that you know he's sixty three years old you know you realize he's he is battling H. you know like a lot of us when we get the you know you start putting life perspective it is also had a lot of health issues I don't know if the listeners know what the market's been battling colon cancer is tested for about a year he's battled colon yeah his prognosis looks pretty good right now but he still going for additional follow up tests so I think that coupled with his age may of change things for him a little bit looking at things a little bit differently and he just wants to come out and and he feels like that should be his record any once the recognition he wants people to know that that should be his record I don't disagree with them but rich you you spoke with do you think that he understands that it's not going to be overturned at it that's not going to happen yeah I think you know that you know and I think it actually by the way we should mention that also Jared Allen former Minnesota Viking ingested Houston former Kansas City Chiefs also had twenty two stacked up to a tie with gas to know who did it in nineteen eighty four I think so and security and of course with twenty two and a half and yeah I mean they're never going to change the one little side note a friend of mine the NFL statistician he works games for an NFL team reached out to me and showed me the actual rules that statisticians go by with you know assigning sacks and technically that should not have been recorded as a staff it was no attempt to make a pass on that place so it really should have been ruled like a minus yardage for a rush and not a sack the thing is neither team the Packers or the giants filed a protest at the time so when in the book as a stack but really at the statistician pointed out by the letter of the law it should not have been a sack what is Michael Strahan has here and said anything about this yeah you know that's a really good question of the five years ago six years ago he did NFL life like it was on him you know the NFL network those those documentaries and that came up in the and I were and I re watched it and he was really candid about it and he talked about all the anguish that record has cost him because he's been teased about it and people say well as an asterisk next to it because that check last sack with a cheap one it really giving so he really opened up as to really how much you know like I said English it cost him and I know from talking to Gastineau eight which is somebody would break it I mean someone with disco pass them both and break it cleanly that way this whole issue dies and I know from watching that video with straight hair he two wishes someone would break it just to remove the shadow we circumstances that it happened first Reagan national saying he was also inspired after hearing a recent interview with Pete rose in gas and says that like rose he's trying to get what is rightfully
"reagan national" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Eight victims were dead and, hundreds more injured but why it was, carried out will likely never be known so sheriff Joe Lombardo who. Calls gunman Stephen paddock an unremarkable man who did not, set off any red flags beforehand interview with his doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind but no, troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement paddock did not leave a, manifesto police believe he was the only gunman Alex stone ABC news report on nNcholas cruise the alleged. Gunman at stoneman Douglas high school in February is going to be made public Broward County judge denying the, defense's request to block the reports who argued it, may compromise right to, a fair trial Nothing For. Justice Right This is the most recent legal battle over the release of evidence from the shooting rampage that left seventeen dead and injured many. Others the nineteen year old cruise is facing a possible death. Sentence if he is found. Guilty the man accused of killing one a former, President George h.w Bush doctors killed. Himself while being confronted by police Omar Villafranca reports a parks department employees working in a Houston neighborhood called police when they realize the man was. Papas they noticed that he was wearing body. Armor they told him to get his hands, up but it only apparently put one hand. Up now both officers were there when he did lift up his other, hand he had a gun in. It he put it to his head and pulled the trigger Papas is accused of killing cardiologists Mark, house connect who wants treated former, President George h.w Bush police have issued an amber alert for a twelve year old girl abducted at Reagan national, airport just outside, Washington, DC police released surveillance. Photos they, say show Jinjing Ma leaving the airport with an unknown, woman and then getting into an SUV driven by an unknown, man twelve year old Jinjing Ma was with this This tourist group here at Reagan national airport right here in this terminal when she told the group that she was going to the restroom at some point the group began to move onto. The security TSA check points. And it's while they were in line while they, were going through security that they. Noticed that Jinjing had never come back from the restroom Mola langey reporting in Washington this month marks the tenth anniversary of the death of a. PRP football player and an event tomorrow was. Happening in his honor fifteen year old max, gilpin collapsed during a football practice on ninety. Five degree day in August two thousand eight he had just finished a, series of sprints and died of. Heatstroke three days later gugans mother Michelle Crockett has led a national campaign to bring awareness of the, importance of hydration during sports activities, she tells wwl y there's no way I was going to let max as memory die because of what happened, and I.
"reagan national" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Thursday metropolitan Washington airports authority police chief David huckler says she was separated from her tour group and the. Charles believed to be in extreme danger she's five to ninety pounds she was missing, from her terror group here at Reagan national airport She was last seen wearing a white. T shirt blue jeans and, a black jacket security video shows you're leaving the airport with an Asian woman in a white 0 with New York plates on the tax and Bank for trial, a former, Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort heads. Into its fourth day. Friday on days three in this financial crimes trial jurors heard a. Bit, more about Manafort flattish lifestyle including his. Pension for karaoke machines but the focus was squarely, on his bookkeeper Heather Washington testifying that she had no idea Manafort even had. Offshore accounts she also testified that Manafort along with his longtime business. Partner Rick gates appeared to falsely inflate income in order to secure Bank loans when their, income from Ukraine dried up as for regains, prosecutors clarified they have, every, intention of. Calling their star witness in the days ahead Trish Turner ABC news at the courthouse in Alexandria Virginia businessman. Billy wins to the Tennessee. GOP primary for governor topping three competitors you're listening to ABC news Have you ever thought. About saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and. Saying I quit and how. Would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago thirty nine. Year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent twenty million dollars in three years to find the best home based business in North, America he researched seventy different, companies and when he found the only one that had real long term potential he, bought it and right now he's looking for people to, help him turn this company into. His next billion dollar success story so if, you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home. We'll grab a pen because I'm about to give you the, address of a website where you can learn all about.
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"The president had the Eureka moment during a speech. In Wilkes Barre while campaigning. For Republican candidates a police in the Washington area are searching for. Jinjing Ma a twelve year old girl they say was abducted from Reagan national airport Thursday metropolitan Washington airports authority police chief David huckler says she was separated from her tour group and the. Charles believed to be in extreme danger she's five to ninety, pounds she was missing from her tour group here at Reagan national airport she was last. Seen wearing a white t shirt blue jeans and, a black jacket security video shows. Are leaving the airport with an Asian woman, in, a. White 0 with New York plates the tax and Bank Ford trial a former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, heads into its fourth day Friday on day three. In this financial crimes trial curious heard. A bit more about Manafort flattish lifestyle including his? Pension for, karaoke machines but the focus was squarely on his bookkeeper Heather Washington Testifying that. She had no idea Manafort even had offshore accounts she also testified that Manafort along with his longtime business partner Rick gates appeared to falsely inflate income in order to secure Bank loans when. Their income from Ukraine dried up as for gates prosecutors clarified, they have every intention of calling their star witness in the days ahead Trish Turner, ABC. News at the courthouse in Alexandria Virginia businessman Billy, wins to the Tennessee GOP primary. For governor topping free competitors you're listening to, ABC, news Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss. And saying I quit and how would you like to commute to work without ever, leaving your home well not long ago with thirty nine year old entrepreneur from billionaire family spent twenty million dollars three years to find the best. Home based business, in North, America he researched seventy different. Companies and when he found the only one that had. Real long term potential he bought, it and right now he's looking for people. To help him turn this company into his next billion dollar success. Story so if you're serious. About making money from home without having to leave your home. We'll grab a pen because I'm about to give you the, address of a website where you can learn all about.
"reagan national" Discussed on WRVA
"From ABC news I'm Todd that President Trump says he might use a new tactic to convince Democrats to. Agree with him reverse psychology was at a rally in. Pennsylvania Thursday night anything I want they. Want to oppose I just figured out how to. Do the, wall I'll say I don't want to, build the wall and they'll insist on building I just figure that out right now the president had the Areco moment during his. Speech in Wilkes Barre while. Campaigning for Republican candidates a place in the Washington area are searching. For Jinjing Ma a twelve year old girl they say was abducted from Reagan national airport Thursday in. Washington airports authority police chief David huckler says she was separated from her tour group and. The child's believed to be in, extreme danger he's five to, ninety pounds she was missing from her tour group here, at Reagan national airport she. Was last seen wearing a white t shirt blue jeans, and a black jacket security video. Shows you're leaving the airport with an Asian, woman, in. A white 0 with New York plates the tax and Bank for trial a former Trump campaign chairman Paul. Manafort heads into its fourth day Friday on date three. In this financial crimes trial jurors heard. A bit more about manafort's lavish lifestyle including his. Pension for, karaoke machines but the focus was squarely on his bookkeeper Heather Washington Testifying that she had no idea Manafort even had offshore accounts she also, testified that Manafort along with his longtime business, partner Rick gates, appeared, to, falsely inflate, income in order to secure Bank loans when their income from Ukraine dried up as for gates prosecutors clarified. They have every intention of. Calling their star witness in the days ahead Trish Turner ABC news. At the courthouse in Alexandria Virginia businessman Billy wins to the Tennessee GOP primary for governor topping three. Competitors you're listening to ABC news and now a page from the diary of Flo dear. Diary there's something about protecting people's, homes through progressive that inspires, me 'cause I just had an idea for a book, well it was originally an. Idea for a movie based on a play inspired by, a podcast but the idea is. How you can save when you bundle home, and, auto Might not be the best idea for.
"reagan national" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"I'm Todd at President Trump says he might use a new tactic to convince Democrats to. Agree with him reverse psychology was at a rally in. Pennsylvania Thursday night anything I want they. Want to oppose I just figured out how to. Do the, wall I'll say I don't want to, build a wall and they'll insist on building I just figured that out right now the president had the Rica moment during his. Speech and Wilkes Barre while. Campaigning for Republican candidates a police in the Washington area are searching. For Jinjing Ma a twelve year old girl they say was abducted from Reagan national airport Thursday metropolitan Washington. Airports authority police chief David huckler says she was separated. From her tour group and the Charles. Believed to be in extreme danger he's five to. Ninety pounds, she was missing from her terror group here at Reagan national airport She was last team wearing a. White t shirt blue jeans and a black jacket security video, shows you're leaving the airport with an Asian woman in a white 0. With New York plates the tax and Bank for trial, a former, Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort heads into its fourth day Friday on day, three in this financial crimes trial jurors heard a, bit more, about Manafort flattish lifestyle including his pension for karaoke machines but the. Focus was squarely on his. Bookkeeper Heather Washington testifying that she had, no idea Manafort even had offshore accounts she also testified that Manafort along with his longtime business. Partner Rick gates appeared to falsely inflate income in order to secure Bank loans when their, income from Ukraine dried up as for gates, prosecutors clarified they have, every, intention of. Calling their star witness in the days ahead Trish Turner ABC news at the courthouse in Alexandria Virginia businessman. Billy wins to the Tennessee. GOP primary for governor topping free competitors you're listening to ABC news Have you ever thought about saying goodbye. To your job just walking into your boss and saying I quit. And how. Would. You like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago a thirty nine. Year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent twenty million dollars in three years to find. The best home based business in, North America he researched seventy, different companies and when he found the only one that had. Real long term potential, he bought it and right now he's looking for people, to help him turn this company. Into his next billion dollar success story so, if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your. Home we'll grab a pen because I'm about to give you, the address of a website where you can learn all about this unique..
"reagan national" Discussed on WTVN
"Field ABC news Washington voters have spoken in Tennessee in the, governor's race businessman Billy beat out three other candidates in a Republican primary in which. More than forty five million. Dollars. Were spent man I love y'all Thank you Lee will face democrat and former, Nashville mayor Karl dean, in November, Tampa police say a mother who tossed her four year old daughter into the Hillsborough river will face murder. And aggravated child, abuse, charges police say twenty-six. Year olds Shakila density is accused of stealing a car waving into the river tossing her child in in waiting. Back out the girl was pronounced dead at, the hospital a little girl abducted at, the airport metropolitan, Washington, airports authority, police chief David huckler says a twelve year old girl from China was taken from Reagan national airport as she used. The bathroom she's five to. Ninety pounds she was missing from her terror group here at Reagan. National airport She was, last seen wearing a white t shirt, blue jeans and, a, black jacket, police say the girl was abducted by a middle aged woman in a white vehicle with New York license plates Wall. Street the Dow closed down. Seven points the NASDAQ gained ninety five you're listening to ABC news News Radio. Six. Ten WTVN I'm Scott Jennings turns out there was no real threat of an active shooter at Wright Patterson air force. Base today first off I really. Want to start off by. Saying that everyone is safe There was no real world active shooter event that took place at Wright Patterson air force base and again I must reiterate all, of, our personality installation commander Colonel Tom Sherman so the base was conducting, an active shooter. Drill when someone in the hospital called nine one one to report a real world. Shooting taking place continued today from Ohio State football coach, urban Meyer, being placed on. Paid administrative leave for new Albany base. Bob Evans restaurants it was just a case of bad timing on. Monday the chain announced, a, deal the have the buckeyes head coaches, spokesman for its new everything breakfast but Columbus business first reports the Bob Evans. Landing page no longer works though the company's Twitter feed still has, the announcement, Ken, Stevens, News Radio six ten WTVN the Moser prompted by story Wednesday from breadth Murphy who cited text messages. And photos from Smith's ex. Wife Courtney, Smith mcmurphy talked to the Doug Gottlieb show on Fox Sports radio Urban Meyer's wife knows about it who urban even set a. Big ten media days how much he needs to her how much you. Can find in her. I rely, on her for everything everybody knew about this yet urban, Meyer didn't. The university meanwhile student athletes and coaches will not be available for interviews until further notice with practice beginning tomorrow stay tuned to NewsRadio six ten WTVN for the latest on this, story, the democratic candidate for Ohio governor outlining a plan for rebuilding the, state's infrastructure as. Walls way to pay for it Richard cordray says it's a good idea to ask. Voters to approve a bond package to improve.
"reagan national" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The mid sixties chance of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow high eighty six it's sixty eight at reagan national lima the fund washington's mall al leary o'connor shell am six thirty welcome back conor show derek hunters sitting in for larry o'connor who will be back tomorrow tanned rested and ready maybe hungover tired and already looking forward to the weekends who knows even on coin toss on that but he'll be back here tomorrow come what may i'm derek hunter go preorder my book outrage inc how the liberal mob ruined science journalism and hollywood on amazon now you'll like it if you agree with what i'm saying here if you like what i'm saying here and you liked the jokes thrown in you'll like the book it's not written for those snobby people who use five dollar words and some so many people want to write a book to make the seem smart it's impossible it's like reading a textbook but oh baby do they get invited on the cruise they get invited on all the cruises this ain't that this is a book for everybody so you can learn how you're being manipulated deliberately and quite twit disgusting like all right we're talking about the clap james clapper on cnn yesterday talking to dan bash just as a quick refresher before we get to the moment the payoff will recap what we i said earlier data bash downplaying this very important question and it seems to be the first time the clap has been asked this question and he's not prepared for it let's listen to dana bash ask you one of the things that rudy giuliani brought up and that that the president has been tweeting about this weekend as well which is if this was if there was enough concern about people penetrating the trump campaign why not contact him why not contact the campaign instead of sending an informed and informing or a confidential source and what's the answer to that why not give them a heads up if you really think that there's somebody you know if you own a bank and somebody finds plans to rob that bank goes to the police hey next thursday they're gonna rob this bank you might want to i don't know let the bank manager know that we're going to put some undercover officers in here and be prepared just in case this is actually the plan and.
"reagan national" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"To and greenbelt fiftyfive at reagan national maria leaf on washington's mall wma l liri o'connor show am six thirty let's talk about the sucker the mark zuckerberg all the duck all the time that's what's happening over on capitol hill this town is facebook crazy right now as albert face off against the senate and answers questions i've got a little bit for you to listen to hear and i'd also like to hear from you there seems to be this push about regulations before facebook some people are making the argument that facebook is too big it needs to be broken up federal government has done that before it's true it's true i mean as facebook now at the same level as a utility is facebook public accommodation have they created something so big that that they need some sort of oversight but even mark zuckerberg today opened up the possibility that he would be okay with a certain level of of regulation here's an exchange with lindsey graham that's going to get a lot of play you'll hear it here first my position is not that there should be no regulation i think the internet is increasing and embrace regulation i think the real question as the internet becomes more important people's lives is what is the right regulation not whether there should be are you as a company welcome regulation i think if it's the right regulation than you think the europeans have.
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"Friday at reagan national airport where she flew to newark for a connecting flight to london that's when things got problematic wound says when she got her door she missed the transatlantic leg of her journey basically she was left at the the gate for twelve hours nowhere to sleep no no food nothing the woman eventually made it to london united is looking into the incident wins news time four three two hundred million dollar lawsuit has been filed against the city after a central park tree fell on a mother and her children attorney tom kline says an monarchy motherofthree fifth barely moving in a confining brace in hopes that it will he'll no individual who sustains that kind of crushing blow ever in my experience is a hundred percent again the lawyer announced plans for a two hundred million dollar lawsuit against the city in the central park conservancy after a tree fell on monarchy and her three young sons klein calls it negligence and tree care and maintenance part was obviously not safe on august fifteen which is a mere month ago so how can we possibly assume that it's safe today julia pop i 10 ten wins in midtown wins news time 404 now the official ten ten wins accuweather 4day forecast more clouds and sun today sticky with a shower or thunder shower high seventy eight tonight mostly cloudy and humid with a spotty shower low sixty six friday clouds and breaks of sun humid with a shower around high eighty saturday a mix of sun and clouds still sticky high seventy one seventy nine rather some sunshine sunday a warming here with a high again seventy nine seventy one and now cloudy in new york you've been any ninety percent windsor com repeating recurrence after seventy one going up to seventy eight in midtown wins news time 405 just hours after word of a.