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"Reston 80 in Bethesda and 76 in woodbridge It is ten 40 Arlington county police arrested a man they say made threats and tried to force his way into Thomas Jefferson middle school while it was on lockdown Police say the man told him later he thought there was violence happening inside the school The school had gone into lockdown Friday at lunchtime because of an assault involving a weapon at a nearby business Police say Alexander sent tayu came to the school to pick up relatives who are students When he found the school locked police say he called 9-1-1 and said he was armed and needed to get into the school Police say you then kick the door and broke glass trying to force his way in he didn't get in and he left police eventually caught up with him and arrested him According to police sent a youth thought violence was happening inside the school because of text messages He got from a relative inside Three Frederick county elementary schools are getting security vestibules this summer Lewiston liberty and woodsboro elementary schools are expected to have those vestibules up and running by early August The vestibules create a double door system requiring school visitors to buzz into a small lobby that has access to only the main office School staff then check ID before granting a visitor access to the rest of the building The Frederick news post reports the Frederick county board of education unanimously voted last week in favor of the vestibules Knew this evening South Korea's top diplomat says North Korea has completed preparations for a 7th nuclear test at a joint news conference with South Korean foreign minister park Jin Secretary of State Antony Blinken says North Korea should not do it The.
"reston" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"The rifles going from AR-15s now you go into a shorter barrel rifle, you got suppressors, you have hand rails. You have red dot optics. Now you got variable optics. Like when there was no optics when I got steel sites on the M 16. So that's kind of like when aimpoint and EO techs were coming about, but most of it was still running iron sights. Not a good rail systems really, I mean, the AR-15 is just the global war on terror has made the AR just an awesome awesome weapon system. Like with just longer rails, free lorals, now we all have night vision. We all have lasers. We all know that's what's really helped get to move from being a rifle to more of a platform. Yeah, it makes a real platform now. Right, yeah. So I think that was the bigger the biggest advancement. So let's now circle back a little bit too, because you talked about one of the great things about this single life you were living at the time is work in the different things and working off duty. So off duty is now going to be central to our story we'll be getting into her in a little bit. So let's talk about off duty. How did it work with off duty in Jacksonville? So after you with Jacksonville, you were in full police uniform that you drove your police car, everything. The business would pay you like when you were off to work that to work any law enforcement problem on their property. But they would also have to pay the city $3 for every hour that you worked for the use of your car and use the gas and use of your uniform. That's pretty lucrative. Yeah, I mean, it's good for everybody, I think. What percentage do you think of the people the swarm people? How many people you know as a percentage you think we're working off duty jobs? 90%. No kidding. Oh yeah, I mean, it was so especially like on patrol. It worked great, because our overtime wasn't on patrol, you're not really overtime not available to you, really that much. I mean, sometimes during the Christmas season and things like that. So it's just kind of a way to do it. But most even once you had a little bit of time on off duty, it was like paying like $25 an hour. Those less money than your hourly rate. The other one, but it was still extra money. So you can go out and work. They only allowed you to work a 120 hours a month, though. Off duty off duty. So they kind of rain Y in so people just don't go crazy and show up to work in 25 hours straight or something. But were you allowed to work off duty on the same days you had duty or was this only for when you had days off? Days off. You could work. You could work if you wanted to come in before your shift and do like a couple hours, but you weren't allowed to do over 16 hours in one day. With your shift, which is your 12 hour shift and plus off duty plus off duty. Yeah, that's good too, because that's how it's going to ask you two. Were you guys then three 12s is what they call three 12, three days, 12 hour days? No. At the time we ran a blue and red schedule. Or no. S.W.A.T. was on blue and gold. So it was like 5 days on, four days off. 5 days on 6 days off type deal. Almost sounds like a firefighter. Not quite firefighter, not quite firefighter, but yeah, they got it much easier, yeah. Because sleeper cook, right? Yeah. So it was good. So like on your 5 day off, 5 days on four days off, four days on 6 days off or not 6 days off. 6 days forward. However it worked 6, all 5 working. We still had a lot of days off. We had a lot of days off. And you could, if you wanted to work, you could work. And especially that being young, you were going to work. That's just how it is. You got to start building up everything you can. A little bit of capital there in the bank. But the other, but one of the things too, you kind of followed in your brother's footsteps too, right in terms of off duty jobs? Yeah, so I started working at Reese's square mall, my brother worked there. We worked at some nightclubs together. Out front of those. And that was about it because those were kind of like the good job, so he kind of paved the way to help me get on where the good jobs were. How did these places go about picking you? Because one of the previous episodes when we talked with somebody, they basically had like a supervisor lieutenant. Somebody who kind of supervised a particular location or they were responsible for staffing it. How did it work with the mall and stuff? Was there a particular person who assigned from the sheer office and said, okay, Jared, you get this, you know, you get this shift this time. Yeah, so the company will hire a guy and they call him the scheduler. You can get with the scheduler of that particular business and say, hey, I want to work and whether or not he wants you to work or has stuff for you is kind of on him, or.
"reston" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Because of retired, the older ones say, go get them. Yeah, the senior guy sitting at the courtroom he's like, go get them, go get them more like sick them. And then you just go run chase and he's just going to sit there and do his thing. But I mean, that was an awesome thing because just learning from those guys, you know? They're off the street and just how things, you know, it's funny to listen to their stories because back when they were policemen fleeing felon was a thing down here in Florida and they were they were shooting at everybody. You steal a car you're getting shot at it. So listen to some of their crazy stories and just, you know, but it is what it is. And now it's funny because nowadays, people are like, I don't know how I could be the police now. Guys, my age, I'm like, bro, we heard that when we were in the courthouse from older, it's just like, yeah, I get that I don't probably couldn't wear a camera and all that because I'd probably curse or say something silly on it. But that's all the younger officers know so that you just adapt to the environment that you know. You know what it reminds me of is the same thing they said about music. Oh, that rock music. You can't listen to it. And then the next generation, all that music, you know, and it's just, it's like you say, I think it's generational. Never had cameras. I mean, when I first started, it first started just getting the in car cameras, you know? And then things like that. And now it's like, but you know the other thing too, it's set this false expectation is that there will always be a camera and that there will always be DNA. And it affects the credibility officer because they don't believe you unless you've got the camera unless you've got the DNA. And so the only change I've seen that I kind of thought was disheartening is that it's no longer about your credibility and officer. I mean, hey, raise my right hand, swore to tell the truth. You know, this is what I did, but now they're going, okay, but where's the video? Where's the body cam? You know, where's the DNA? Well, that's what I hate about it is it takes away all the hard work and have you not being a dirtbag. You not being you going through background checks. You're doing everything and then you devote your life to civil service and you're working and you're in your words is the same thing as some drug dealer sitting there saying, well, I didn't do that. I mean, that's not that's not how the world works, but that's how they wanted to work in law enforcement. But that's not even how it works in anything. People have to earn trust and have loyalty and live by a code and things like that and a camera. I mean, a lot of that started changing when you had shows like CSI come out and they thought, oh, we can get DNA and but they also taught them how to bleach crime scenes and get rid of DNA. So it's always kind of had a bad effect. But you did about a year and a half. So what's the process then for getting out of the courthouse onto the road? Do you just have to wait till a slot comes up and do you apply interview? How's that work to go from one to the other? Well, I mean, you've already applied for the position of going to the streets. They're just like you're holding spot is just so you have a job. I mean, it pays well. You get insurance. So then you just whenever they're running like a hired class, it's almost like seniority, it just kind of like how long you're at the courthouse, just depends on when they're running hired classes, you know? And then if you do a good job in the courthouse, you just get like you can almost say like all right, these people were ahead of me when I got here. You can almost predict when you are going. And then you just get selected and then you would go to an 8 week course on so like the academy just taught you state laws and state and then that 8 week will set you up for like the Jacksonville sheriff's office SOPs and their operational orders and things like that. So then you got to go learn what Jacksonville shares office does. Yeah, look county ordinances or now did you guys have so when you guys wrote tickets where was it under a city ordinance, a county ordinance? I mean, how did that work? You can do it under both. Okay. Wow. You get the best of both worlds. Do I want to be a prick and charge you as a deputy or do I want to cut you a break and charge you as an officer? I don't know. But I mean, everything was pretty much a state statute. Everything that you've done. Very few county and city ordinances. That I used to deal with except for like curfews and stuff like that. Yeah, well that's an interesting too because curfews, those things have been proven to shown to be effective. You're like, there's no reason for a 16 year old kid to be out at midnight or 1 o'clock in the morning. Except for they're usually involved in some. I guess, but it's still America. America. Yeah, but wait, but they've shown it in places too. Where you've got these youngsters in those areas. You've got higher incidence of property crime, auto burglaries and stuff like that. I'm sure it works. They got the statistics down, but then you got some chiefs and, you know, your lieutenant is like, how many you could have busted four kilos of cocaine, but I didn't hit my curfew violators that month. I'm getting I'm getting a counsel. Do you know what I mean? Yeah, we had guys we used to call captain curfew. That's all they did. It's like, you know, you might want to mix it up a little bit and actually go after some felons and stuff. But they were held at high regards because they got all those curfews. They got the stats, maybe it's a step. So now when you got when you got selected to, Jacksonville has at that time you get on or when you went to the road did they have a take home car policy at that point? Not at that point. They do once you make it out of FTO and you make it out on your own, you'll get assigned a patrol car. That's your police car. You take it home, you take care of it. That's the Indianapolis effect, I think or something they call it. Yeah, I think that's what Indianapolis PD was one of the first ones that did the take home cars. Yeah. Did that whole study on it? Yeah. And the FTO being the field training officer program. Yeah, it's still training off. I get bitched at all time for using acronyms. I'm just saying if you're going to catch up here, he said SOP earlier too, but I thought everybody knows that standard operating procedure. But what was the 8 weeks like? Was that just more of a classwork, you know, show up or was it more academy like? Did you have to do physical stuff and shooting? Yeah, they're shooting, so now you've passed your state call, but then Jackson will share his office pistol call was more than just was more rigid, more rigid. So you had to pass it. He had to pass the driving standards and you'll get to learn the state doesn't do like pit certified. But the sheriff's office will certify. That's where you're going to get some of your little things, like becoming a critical incident training, like your CIT. That's where they're going to plug those things in. So when you make it out of FTO, you're good to go. Now, would you guys define pit as pursuit intervention technique or did do you call it another name? Pursuit intervention technique. Yeah, and that's just that's where you tap the back of the car. But you drive through it. You don't have it when you tap it. It doesn't work. You got to get it, press it, drive through. See, here's the training is kicking in, see the trading, I was a test. I wanted to see if you'd actually the training had stuck with you. You did well. You passed the first test. What that translates to is take that son of a bitch out. Yeah, but never ram it or anything like that. Because people come in too hot and you actually mess up the pit more than help it out. It's no longer a pit. It's a crash at that point. Yeah, and then you put your vehicle out and you're like, well, that was awesome. Yeah. And there have been some wild YouTube videos. You see if some people doing pit maneuvers and they kind of do it wrong but a guy goes down in a ditch and then he launches it looks like he just comes off of a launching ramp and that car just flips and over in, but so you get out so you get out of that academy and then you head to your field training program..
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"Yes well that that is a fundamental question. And and you've you said something that that very few people are saying and and realize that the most dangerous ones all are not the sort of the cliche that we have from the american movies of of an islamic terrorists that he's sort of scrawny little guy with bad hair and bad teeth and guide and ranting All over the place. The ones that are really dangerous. Are the intelligent ones. The well educated ones the ones who can Can pull off a double life as a sleeper agent. That's what happened with With the four pilots that you're talking about there that for two years or so. They were living this do a life and successfully so so that they were never ferreted out. It's absolutely terrifying. When you think about it but you know james. Your book sounds absolutely fascinating. I love the tax that you took in writing this. But i'm curious you as an author and a journalist are an expert when it comes to jonestown massacre understanding well understanding the process of recruitment and radicalization and there are parallels. There aren't there well. There's certainly are are parallels in the sense that in both cases we know how it ended You know how jonestown ended. We know how nine eleven And and then the question is how how people involved in both of those things got there from from a to ages e so yes simba beyond beyond that It gets messy in terms of of calm the comparison i think how do we end this kind of recruitment. Can.
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"Well that's fine if that's what you want. Focus on the remaining hundred people or so that are there. I mean they got a hundred and twenty thousand people out in the most phenomenal evacuation in american history Ask that it be perfect. Is i think asking Too much and it certainly should not taint the overall decision to get out which was long overdue. I mean we could Much better have pulled out of afghanistan after osama bin laden with killed ten years ago. So you know these right. Okay these lingering lingering problems at least if we take them at their word. They're trying the best. They can to get the remaining. You know. few americans out but That that that they're not out now. It should not taint The decision number one and the amazing evacuation number two well it was an amazing evacuation but james you and i could go back and forth on this all week and i really wanna get into your book. It seems to me that that wouldn't have had to be the amazing evacuation. It was as the administration. Touting that airlift had they left the military in place and kept bob them as well an gotten the people out instead of getting the troops out. I will agree to disagree on that one. My concern now is all right. So we've left behind. What eighty ninety billion dollars worth of equipment. I mean certainly. This is a really good fundraising hawk for the likes of the taliban al-qaeda isis k. All those reconstituted terrorist groups. But isn't it also a boon for recruitment I don't know. I suppose it is and and that is certainly a subject that That i spent ten years trying to understand in writing this novel that I was very interested in the way in which a terrorist could be recruited into al qaeda. Particularly someone like the protagonist of my novel who was really not a nazi in lot lockstep with radical islamic theology or Or history so You know. I think this is an area that has been overlooked except by me on how it how it could happen. That somebody like the shanksville pilot came from a very very fine family in beirut middle class family and he was not the brightest guy around had to have extra accommodations and then ultimately went to hamburg germany to Get his higher. Education needed extra. Help in all of that and was lonely and got sucked into that. That whole thing by the So-called hamburg cell and All of that history about how this this guy got Got sucked into this whole thing and ended up. Being a suicide pilot is something that we do need to understand. Now if we're trying to protect ourselves against future attacks we need to know how these people are. are recruited how they They stay recruited how they could possibly Except a suicide mission so This is this was my focus in the novel. And i do believe i do believe it's extremely relevant to the current situation. Send the mistaken impression that many of those that were involved in the atrocities of nine eleven. The pilots themselves uneducated. But that wasn't truth. Many of them held advanced degrees. So it kind of it. Presents an oxymoron. How can intelligent people be sucked into such deadly propaganda..
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"On thursdays september sixteenth. The event is part of an independent operational assessment of the loveland pd that she aided by the city earlier this year. The consultant team will introduce themselves. At the event briefly. Outline the assessments objectives and use facilitated breakout rooms to hear all attendees perspectives Feedback according to this press. Release from the city of loveland will inform the assessments and helped the team Develop recommendation on the loveland. Police departments path forward and the city is currently seeking applicants for a sixteen member ad. Hoc community trust at commission deadline to apply is september twelve applications and details about this commission. can be found on the city's boards and commission application website Just jump online and visit the city of love. Lend a website but again a settlement is drying nine for this june. Twenty twenty arrest of karen garner There says karen garner seventy three years of age suffering from dementia was thrown to the ground in june of twenty twenty Suffering numerous injuries including a broken arm and a disloged dissipated shoulder that transpired during that arrest. Six twenty nine now northern colorado's voice one of three one thirteen ten kfi tae as we're mere days away from observing the twentieth anniversary of those heinous horrific nine eleven terror attacks. We do some from a rather precarious position. This of course due to the administration's rather messy chaotic. And may i say botched exit from afghanistan leaving hundreds of americans behind still trapped behind enemy lines. And though we are done with the war is the lights of the taliban al qaeda and isis k. Done with us. James reston junior is a renowned author of eighteen books recently released a new title v. nineteenth hijacker a novel of nine eleven. James reston junior will take us inside the mind of a terrorist via his meticulously researched book. It was ten years in the making and this book. Interestingly enough is as much nonfiction as it is fiction. Mr reston joins us this morning at.
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"This morning. According to press spread the city the city of lublin and karen garner have agreed to settle her claim against the city for three million dollars now once finalized this settlement will end garnered spending federal lawsuit stemming from her june twenty twenty arrest by officers of the loveland police department now according to the release and loveland city manager. Steve adams the settlement with karen garner will help bring some closure a very unfortunate event in our community but does not up and the work we have left to. Do we extend deep heartfelt apology karen garner and her family for what they have endured as a result of this arrest loveland city manager. Steve adams went on to say we know we did not act in a manner that upholds the values integrity and policies of the city and police department and we are taking the necessary steps to make sure these actions are never repeated although the civil lawsuit with the city is nearly settled to former officers. Still face criminal charges. Both parties have agreed that settlement without the admission of liability prevents further litigation and is in the best interest of all involved. You had loveline police. Chief bob teisser saying there is no excuse under any circumstances for what happened to ms garner. We have agreed on steps. We need to take to begin building. Trust while these actions won't change. What ms garner experience they will serve to improve this police department and hopefully restore faith that the loveline pd exists to serve those who live in and visit loveline now. There are multiple changes Currently underway or in development but affecting department policy and practices following the arrests including an updated and improved use of force review process that will include faster response times and review by an assistant city attorney as well as the city of loveland human resources personnel plans to launch something called l. p. d. listens An opportunity for city residents to share and engage with loveland police department command staff and collaboration with the city council on ways to expand and enhance. Lpd's mental health corresponder responder program with summit stone health partners now. The city is also moving forward with several efforts as part of its trust. Transparency and accountability efforts following garner's arrest including the independent professional standards investigation into the karen. Garner arrest led by Consulting group hillard heintz that has concluded although the independent investigation has indeed ended it is not considered complete until all internal processes have concluded. Which in fact could well be several months from now. The city will release the report to the public and outline the investigation's findings wants all internal processes have been finalized. There will be a virtual townhall. Listening session led by jensen. choose This is the umbrella company for the consulting group. Hillard heintz that's my understanding of it but this virtual townhall listening session is scheduled for six to seven thirty pm..
"reston" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"I wish you happy now. Many of you are familiar with the annual star wars day right before the be with you but no september eighth officially known to trekkies as a star trek day and twenty twenty one mart's the occasions fifty fifty th anniversary so trekkies you know who you are just blessed out just break it all out and celebrate star trek day six zero nine now northern colorado's voice one or three one thirteen ten. Kfi mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios and to celebrate. I mean what would star trek debut without a celebration right. Well if you're a fan you're being invited to watch a free livestream celebration with plenty of announcement reveals and a big moments throughout no height there right. So what is star trek day and why indeed is it. Celebrated jamie burton writing in. Newsweek says it was on september eighth nineteen sixty six that star trek made its debut on television forever. Changing the genre of science fiction as we know it on this day fifty five years ago. James t kirk commander spock and the rest of the uss enterprise made their first appearance at eight thirty pm. Eastern on nbc. Do you remember that nine. Seven three five three thirteen ten. Drop me a text in our thirteen ten. kfi k. A text line star trek the original series. As it's now known well it was on the air for just three seasons. Isn't that hard to believe because it is such a cultural touchstone at such an amazing phenomenon but just on the air for three seasons before it was summarily cancelled. Much to the heartbreak of. It's still passionate fan days. Of course the show made stars out of actors. William shatner leonard nimoy and george decay among others although was taken off the air The sex the success continued of course with well of vast and broad variety of merchandise and moving and cartoons and tv spin offs. And so much more now. In recent years star trek day has taken on much more significance last year for example. Cbs hosted a twenty four.
"reston" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Again with your sense of goodwill for them. If something else comes up treadle at a go and come back to their good qualities again you can use these phrases or make up your own. That have a similar meaning may be well may be happy may be safe may be peaceful and when final time can include also yourself. May we all be well. May we be happy. May we all be safe. May we all be peaceful. When you're ready can open your eyes reston. This kindness that spin cultivated and remembered.
Virginia Man Charged in Father's Death
"A man has been charged with killing his father in Reston 66 year old Kenneth Jagielka was found dead inside an apartment along shark ORT not far from Glade. Dr. Fairfax County Police found his body yesterday morning around nine. His son 24 year old Alexander J. Hulka. Was also inside the apartment. When police arrived, he was questioned and considered a person of interest before being taken into custody. He is now charged with second degree murder and is being held without bond.
More Details About Microsoft Hack Come to Light
"TV's Marsha Kramer was reporting there. Meantime, we're learning more about the latest hack of US systems by Chinese intelligence. Microsoft found out about the hack in early January. It was first identified by Reston based cyber security firm Velocity, According to cyber security expert Brian Krebs. The vulnerabilities the hackers took advantage of had existed for 10 years. It's curious. The Hack was first noticed on January 6th. The same day the entire country was focused on the Capitol riot wasn't a coincidence. The answer's unknown at this point. But what is clear is that the scope of the potential exchange server compromise depends on how quickly patches
Microsoft: China-based hackers found bug to target US firms
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Microsoft says China based hackers have found a bug in email server software to target U. S. firms Microsoft says China based government hackers have found their way into its exchange server software and targeted U. S. organizations including defense contractors infectious disease researchers universities and law firms Microsoft says the hacking group it calls hafnium was able to gain access into exchange servers which were then controlled remotely Reston Virginia based cyber security firm Valek city helped spot the intrusions in late January Microsoft has released security upgrades for its exchange server software hi Mike Rossi out
William says hospitalized grandfather Prince Philip is 'OK'
"For Reston observation. Philip was admitted to a private hospital in London last Tuesday after falling ill. Buckingham Palace said the husband of Queen Elizabeth was expected Remain in the hospital into this week. I'm rich Dennison and this is Fox News.
"reston" Discussed on WTOP
"Past the Fairfax County Parkway toward 28 in Centerville. It is the westbound ramp to North bound 28. In Centerville. That ramp is blocked with the Rick I'm reading. Kessler. W. T. O p. Traffic are forecast now from Lauren Rick. It's pretty quiet week ahead and it's definitely quiet today as we've got plenty of sunshine. What a beautiful day temperatures are going to continue to rise right into the low fifties. And upper forties for daytime highs today. Now, as we continue into the overnight clear skies, those temperatures will fall into the twenties during the overnight so it's gonna be a chilly start on your Wednesday otherwise Wednesday, once again, while plenty of sun that temperature right around 50 degrees as we get into Thursday, few clouds on Thursday morning, but sunshine by Thursday afternoon temperatures low fifties and then low fifties with more clouds and sunshine on Friday, a frontal system or approach the area. It's kind of moisture starved, so we're gonna Keep a chance of a few showers Friday night, but not until then, and we'll keep it even a chance overnight through early Saturday, maybe a few snowflakes mixed in Saturday morning, but sunshine by Saturday afternoon I'm starting for meteorologists, Lauren Records Right now. We're looking at 41 degrees in Reston. This'll is w t O p your resource for two days. Top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated in your car at home at work and told to go w T o p Never miss a moment. Good morning. I'm Mark Lewis and I'm Deborah Feinstein. Jocelyn Chesson is our producer.
Activists, Anna Arnold Hedgeman
"Today we're talking about a trail-blazing political activist and educator. She was the first black woman to be a member of a oral cabinet in New York City and the only woman on the administrative committee for the nineteen sixty three march on Washington. Let's talk about Anna. Arnold. Henchmen. Anna was born in eighteen ninety nine in Marshall Town. Iowa. Her family later moved to a NOCA- where they were the only black family in the community. In Nineteen Eighteen Anna graduated from high school and enrolled in Hamline University. It was there that she heard a lecture by w e boys and was inspired to pursue a career in education. In nineteen twenty two Anna was the first African American to graduate from HER UNIVERSITY After graduation unable to find a teaching job in Saint Paul Public schools because she was black and found a teaching job but historically, black school in Mississippi called Rust College. On her train ride down south to her new job in Mississippi Anna, had her first experience with Jim. Crow segregation laws a train conductor told her that when the train reached Illinois had to sit in the overcrowded colored section and not in the dining car white people sat. Anna spent two years at rust college before turning to Minnesota. Unable to find a teaching job after once again, facing racial discrimination, she switched careers. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and became an executive director of the black. Branch of the Young Women's Christian, association or the YWCA. She continued her executive role for twelve years helping to develop various international programs and education. In nineteen thirty, three Anna married folk musician merit a henchman. In nineteen forty, four Anna was appointed executive director at the F. E. P. C.. The national. Council for a Permanent Fair Employment Practices Committee. She spearheaded the fight against employment discrimination. From nineteen, fifty, four to nineteen fifty eat anna served in the cabinet of Robert F Wagner Junior then New York mayor. She was the first african-american and first female member of a mayoral cabinet. For the next few years she worked in a variety of roles including as a columnist as well as as a public relations consultant. In one thousand, nine, fifty, three Anna spent three months in India as next leader for the State Department. She also unsuccessfully ran for Congress in one thousand, nine, hundred sixty and for New York City Council president in Nineteen. Sixty five. One of Anna's most famous feats was her role in the nineteen, sixty, three march on Washington. We hold these choose to be self-evident. That, all men are created. Was the only woman on the administrative committee working with civil rights leaders, Martin Luther King, junior, Bayard Reston. And Eighth Phillip Randolph. Mobilize people to attend to arrange transportation logistics and to organize food and water for attendees fell on Anna's pleat because King Randolph and the other men she wrote for carrying on all of their regular responsibilities and it was difficult to get them to the meetings. Shortly before the march. Anna was angry when she saw that no women were included as speakers instead randolph was planning to briefly mention some black women activists in his speech although Anna strongly urged for women to be included a speakers on the program her calls were largely dismissed. In the end as a compromise, daisy beats was allowed to speak at the end of the march but her allotted speech time was significantly shorter than all the other male speakers. Anna later captured in her autobiography a moment during the March as she sat in front of the steps of the Lincoln. Memorial. I thought of the one, hundred, eighty, thousand Negro soldiers and the twenty nine thousand black seamen who had moved in at the crucial moment to win the war and save the fragile union she wrote. Most of the two hundred and fifty thousand people present could not know of these men for the history books available to Americans have failed to record their story. In the Nineteen Seventies Anna continued her work as an author and lecturer in the US and abroad. She wrote two books about her life's work. The trumpet of sounds in Nineteen, sixty four and the gift of chaos in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven. Anna was honored for her working race relations by various organizations throughout her life and was awarded honorary doctorate degrees from both Howard and Hamline University's. She also received the Pioneer Woman Award in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three from the New York State Conference on Midlife and older women. Anna died in nineteen ninety she was ninety years old.
"reston" Discussed on WTOP
"Theodore 79 degrees in Reston, Virginia, 83 in Annapolis, 81 degrees down in Ocean City in 83 degrees out. Not our studios at 11 11 an 18 year old from Fuck your county falling to his death and Shenandoah National Park last month s car corrupt Rubia CE was hiking with a friend when he slept on rip. When he slipped on wet rocks and fell about 40 feet inside. Nova says It happened on July 18th but it wasn't disclosed by Shenandoah Park authorities. The park spokesman, certainly hope word, saying it has always been their policy not to release information on accidents that result in fatalities, but most national park to do so. Hikers and Shannon door reminded rocks and waterfalls are dangerous to climb on. In person. Fall classes at the University of Maryland Institution will now have new requirements because of spikes in Corona virus cases in many states outside our region recently, the university system of Maryland is now requiring students and staff to get tested for covert 19 within 14 days before arriving at school, and they'll have to show they've tested negative. Anyone testing positive before their arrival won't be allowed on campus. Also, two weeks before their return, students and employees must start daily monitoring and reporting of any Symptoms. USM institutions are offering a hybrid of in person and online classes to start the school year. Michelle Bash w T O P News. We still don't know a lot about covert 19 and its effect on our bodies, researchers documenting damage to the lungs and neurological damage. Now there are concerns the virus can damage your heart. Dr. Clyde Yancy is the chief of cardiology at Northwestern University. From these very small data, since 1/3 to 1/2 of people who have had cocaine like changed might come some residual exposure to the borrowers. And that may set of the potential for disease again not to raise alarm. But to say we've got another signal. And it's responsible to those of us in the fine inside. To be really careful and follow this thing out and see what happens, he told people not to cower in fear now. The DC pastor is among those infected with covert 19 Monsignor Charles Pope of Holy Comforter Catholic Church on East Capitol Street went to the hospital Monday said he had a high fever. He tested positive for the virus that afternoon. Now 250 of his staff, and parishioners have been told to quarantine in place while he told them not to be afraid. He does say he wore a mask. He sees Chancellor saying 44% of families in the district don't have the needed technology for students to connect with their teachers Online. One organisation is now trying to change that it began 20 years ago in DC is Wellington Park neighborhood, Larry Ingram's 15 year old daughter. Faith has been going to Horton's kids since she was five. When she first started coming into the program. I noticed that her maturity change. Ingram, who now works for the nonprofit, says the Internet infrastructure in the Southeast neighborhood they serve. Can't handle 500 kids signing on to learn virtually starts passing out like, you know, tablets for kids that have access to the Internet, so I got a little bit more easier. Almost none of the families be served had enough computer so that every child could be doing their schoolwork at the same time, Billy felt, Y says, thanks to a grant and donations to the Family Resilience fund. I've got tablets and WiFi hot spots so kids can succeed in learning virtually through the pandemic. Lorne more w t o p dot com Meghan Cloherty w T O P News Look good Sports. His next stay with US 11.
Off-Duty Washington DC Officer Shoots, Kills Man in Reston
"A man was shot and killed last night during an armed confrontation at an apartment complex and rest in Virginia and incident that involved in off duty. DC police officer hearing a disturbance outside attendant of the complex. The officer opened his door and encountered the man who police identified as 29 year old Reston resident Daniel Matheson. According to police. Matheson then raised the gun toward the tenant. The tenant who was also armed, fired one round striking Matheson in the upper body D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom confirms the apartment dweller who shot Matheson is a DC police
"reston" Discussed on KGO 810
"God is well below the line and see that bans the old Reston Wiley yeah do you do you usually may god's gonna trouble waiting in the waters of controversy one five eight zero eight zero eight ten Jane's email saw writers want to tear down white power channel they want to tear down or they want to remove the statue of Christopher Columbus and if there was a riot the arts commission made that decision James just so we're clear by the way there is a breaking story all right said earlier that the US attorney for the Southern District of New York was stepping down he resigned nope turns out according to the headline here he's refusing to step down evidently Donald Trump one of the file room I'll get you more information on that but let me get back to your calls so important four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten Nancy Pelosi ordering the removal of four portraits of speakers let's go to league calling for Berkeley Lee thank you so much welcome to KGO well thank you very much also I think the partridge and be locked up and I think each one of them should have signed their placards and you need to take these and let me know people know that these people are in the confederacy they supported slavery they supported secession from the union and let that be yeah I mean you know the that actually work so happy here because we don't know these people today by faith no I had their pictures right here but I can't show them to you because this is radio well yeah yeah but what I need if you're visiting you know if you happen to be able to visit these places you'll be able to see something that says Hey this guy you're not just a state she did X. Y. Z. he will play a part in this culture the president Charles I'm concerned no I agree with you we have to learn a lesson I was I was saying the other night when we were down in New Orleans I went to the Whitney plantation and I urge everybody now who has a computer you Google Whitney prep plantation it shows the brutality of slavery through the eyes of children it's absolutely one of the greatest experiences of my life and I'm glad I was with my wife and my kids and we went through it but I point this out because you are a hundred percent correctly we can't erase history we have to learn from and one of the great things on the African American shocked that they had little babies are little child size shackles that they use on children yup yeah that's exactly right and at Washington high school you know we have the murals and they're people who want to arrest them and I say are you crazy the murals depict slavery they depict the war against a first nation people including a dead Indian I'm a whole point of the murals which were prepared by Victor Arano toff was to show Washington wasn't perfect but America wasn't perfect he was a communist by the way and again so that that that's we have to do listen leave a blessing on you I agree with you a hundred percent and I appreciate your call thank you John I will thank you okay work to give giving up we have to get to the national news and I want to investigate during that break about what really happened in this story on the firing of the of the state's attorney will find that out okay let me let me go to the national news.
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Washington, DC - Swastikas painted at Fairfax County shopping center
"House Fairfax county police investigating vandalism at two shopping centers as hate crimes the first case stems from **** symbols at Rose Hill shopping center last week on Friday then this morning it happened again in Reston spray painted in red on furniture and sidewalks at the north point shopping center in Reston swastikas and just bizarre sick hate symbols also in one spot the word Lucifer it all makes Debbie Katz wonder what prompted this hate why what is motivating and what are the thoughts behind it as for what she would tell the vandals and still keep all and bad and wrong on the opposite to what we want in society nearby synagogues have increased security in northern Virginia Kristy king WTOP
New UK podcast consumption data shows record listening
"The latest from our newsletter pod News Net in the UK eighteen percent of British adults over ten point one million people. Now listen to podcasts. Every week according to new data from Audience Measurement Company radar podcasts. Now more popular than CDs all People's own MP three music collections. According to study the full data is on Raytheon's website. Fieldwork was carried out in February before the Corona Virus Pandemic Australia and Audio Equipment Company road published a Free Amazon Sound Library and Plug in and Sonics. They say is a three hundred sixty degrees surround. Sound format very clever and could be manipulated in postproduction company also produces a suitable microphone. Megaphone is apparently moving offices in Reston in Virginia in the US to building a looks frankly something like a sand. Crawler from Star Wars fell joined the folks from Google. There who are the anchor tenant now on news. Four new products called pod something. Paul Garner his adjust launched service that promises to turn your podcast into a multi media content gala with transcriptions blog posts. Video highlights and email lists podgy. Rama is a new cross podcast player with data sink available on Web Windows Mac. Os and IOS and apparently coming soon to android. Pado is a new open source podcast player for the web. It uses the apple podcasts. Api We've linked to the GUITAR REPO as well as to it online and Paul Jobs. Well it isn't new but it is a fine and free place to post jobs in the PODCAST INDUSTRY. Current jobs include some from spotify. Gimblett apple and NPR. You'll find it at Paul job. Start Net. Podcast NEWS AUSTRALIA ANZAC Day. Twenty twenty is tomorrow. Social distancing rules in the country mean. Australians are unable to join ceremonies across the country to pay their respects Queen. Podcast THE IRON FIST. In a velvet glove have produced a secular service to listen to including the odes last post her most importantly a minute's silence and previously driving from San Diego to Seattle via independent coffee shops. The Cross country coffee roadshow is now focusing on the effects that the corona virus is having on this formerly thriving industry owners and guests.
Washington - WATCH Awards crown ‘Producers,’ ‘Time Stands Still’ as best of community theater
"The Washington area community theater honors were supposed to be held last night at the birch beer of course that event was canceled because of the pandemic but the watch awards a still revealed its winners online Helen Hayes awards are for professional theater and the watch awards are for community theater these are folks who don't ever get paid for your literally working your day job from nine to five or whatever and then driving straight to the theater until midnight production coordinator Jenna Ballard says Best Musical went to the producers by the little theatre of Alexandria while best play went to time stands still by the wrist and community players LTA has got the ability to put on the big shows like the producers Reston's time stand still the set was just really stunning overall dominion stage one the most with seven for last summer bluefish cove hopefully all of our companies will be able to come back and produce great theater when were able to gather again here are full chat on the B. two B. dot com Jason Fraley WTOP
"reston" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Group and fared in Reston Virginia talking about we we don't know what's going on right now that's why the markets are vacillating so much no one knows what's going on right now whether this virus is going to have a short lived impact on our economy or whether it's gonna have a longer shelf life that's why the market's going back and forth on a daily basis trying to figure that out but I think it's most important to think about the way we approach the markets what we can control and I mentioned a piece from bank Carlson thank Carl set up it resolve asset management twelve things that won't help you during the market correction just wanted to finish the thoughts on how news headlines won't necessarily help you just to give an example of this look at China did you know that China the China market the blue chip CSI three hundred index is at its highest point since February of two thousand eighteen so China of course is at the epicenter of this virus outbreak but their markets are hitting a new low you know a two year high why is that one is that a lot of the risks have already been discounted in their poor performance earlier this year to the rate of change the number of virus outbreaks has slowed dramatically so the the the investors are reacting to the you know again the rate of change in the trajectory of change and the also the market is factoring in a gargantuan amount of stimulus they just pledged to spend five hundred and billion five hundred and five billion dollars on infrastructure projects for example so again the market is well out in front of the news they were out in front of it on the downside now they're out in front of it on the upside I would anticipate same sort of thing happening here what else tactics don't help you much hedging buying the dips selling the rips getting defensive waiting for the FAQ page they all sound like wonderful moves during a correction depending on your stance at the moment but those tactics are worthless if you're practicing them on the fly you know in the midst of this none of those things are really going to help you if you're not doing in the context of a well thought out investing plan and you're gonna start to see a if I promise you if this thing lasts for a little bit longer you're gonna see Wall Street come out with hedging products you know inverse inverse hedges all you know all these kinds of things that are designed to protect you from market losses I promise you they'll come out very close to the time when the market turns back to the upside Wall Street is great it's selling you things that you want to buy if you're fearful wolf Wall Street will come out with something some gives no some products some strategy designed to that's why your fears probably the timing is probably not gonna be right the time to buy insurance is not when your house is on fire right twenty of everything's perfectly normal same thing goes for back tests you're gonna see all kinds of back tests of investment strategies in terms of the like this work during the last downturn or this work during two thousand eight financial you know crisis spreadsheets have more will power to stick with the strategy than any human being you can't simulate losing money because it's easy to look at the math and and look at returns in previous downturns very difficult to replicate Hey how you actually felt when your four one K. went down your nest egg went down you know ten fifteen twenty percent or more in the in the back test you you also always know when the downturn is going to end not so in a front test we don't know the extent of this we don't know it's over next week or six months from now one of the biggest things that would just add is that won't help you during a market correction what other investors are doing with their portfolios we've all run into the guy who said he cashed out you know at the end of December right if you haven't run into him yet you will run into him or the guy that hasn't been in the market for the last year because he thought the market had gotten expensive we don't know those people one of the biggest mistakes you can make as an investor is confusing your time horizon or risk profile with someone else's how other people invest shouldn't concern you because no two people operate their portfolios under the same set of circumstances either this was the case your personality can alter your ability to take risk in comparison to others that's why it's so important I know I talk about this all the time it's so important to have a personal financial plan that's the benchmark everyone likes to benchmark their portfolios to the S. and P. five hundred but if you can't stand your portfolio going down you know you're a hundred percent stocks and you can't stand your portfolio going down ten twenty thirty percent forty percent or more than the S. and P. five hundred shouldn't be your benchmark even if you have a sixty forty portfolio portfolio goes down ten twenty percent that's what your bench marketer your benchmark should be your own financial plan what does your portfolio needed do relative to inflation over an extended period of time to address your goals up next week with me I think I've done on this topic you know things that won't help either in a market correction let's transition a.
"reston" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Reston Virginia been talking about how our base case for two thousand twenty is still one of cautious optimism we still think is a fair amount of support for stocks however it doesn't mean that we can't peer around corners look for what could go wrong but it's important to ferret out the difference between those things that might have a short term a femoral impact on the market and maybe some of the more pernicious rest if I could use that word some of things that might have more of a lasting impact and a former can't we talked about stretched valuations geopolitics the fact that the market was up a lot last year as not necessarily significant reasons to expect a big neck neck pain or negative impact on the market at least one that's gonna last for any period of time also in that camp I would put but what's going on currently in China with this virus outbreak and that's not to make light of that situation obviously when people are dying dying dying nine I mean it's just to talk about the market in fact and of course it's very difficult to handicap the outcome there we just don't know what you know this virus is going to do but if you look at it in the context of historical precedent there's not a lot of reason to think that this is going to have a sustainable lasting impact right anybody remember sars severe acute respiratory syndrome that was almost seventeen years ago back in two thousand three of course it affected thousands of people a lot more than as of you know that affecting currently to begin that year two thousand three the M. S. C. I.'s Pacific index X. Japan because I don't think it ever made it to Japan that market dropped thirteen percent but it ended up almost forty percent higher that year in the U. S. the S. and P. five hundred dropped almost five percent between June and August again this is two thousand three before climbing to finish the year up twenty six percent more recently of course the S. and P. five hundred posted a handful of down days and in April of two thousand nine when and U. S. health officials first confirmed of the death from the swine flu market yes and he went up nine point four percent that month and then of course most recently anybody remember the Ebola crisis concerns started to stir really and in a major way in October of two thousand fourteen that's when people really started you know warring that there was gonna come here to the United States even with that yes he was up almost forty four percent in the fourth quarter that year so obviously from investment standpoint the risk with any viruses the scope of its economic impact and we're seeing knee jerk reactions to that right now we're seeing a lot of the casino stocks for example Raval stocks Casey cruise ship stocks as well as our energy on energy stocks and and companies doing a lot of business in China they've all been significant under performers this week but my guess is that all reverses over the course of the next few months and what we learned historically like with most things same thing goes for the impeachment trial by the way you know if you go back and look at the impacts of that historically it's usually the underlying backdrop that eventually takes over so the markets ended up in two thousand three markets ended up in two thousand nine and two thousand fourteen because there was a lot of other things going on it had a much bigger impact on the markets then that virus okay so again not try to make light of the situation but those are all things that we mention of the course the last fifteen twenty minutes that may be the darlings of the financial media headlines you may read the most about but are likely to have the least amount of impact so one of the things that we should worry about well I think policy is gonna be a big needle mover over the course of the next year and when I say policy I want to be careful because I've also talked a lot about a lot over the last really the last three or four months how we don't want to conflate our investment outlook with how we feel about Trumper Bernie Sanders are WA are by no whoever it is because you can make big mistakes that way may the market's been very strong under president trump Barker was also very strong under president Obama despite completely divergent politics and policies why because there are a lot of other things going on during both administrations that probably had a bigger impact on stock prices that anything that they did so however I do think if you are looking for reasons why the market may move more than just for a few days or a few weeks maybe something that could be of of bigger lasting impact not necessarily a bear market I'm not talking about a thirty or forty or fifty percent type down event I do think you have to look at policy part or TV yet but will not just policy but also politics thought next stick with me our talk a little bit more about that and also what may have.
"reston" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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What is adversarial AI and why does it matter?
"In fact there's a whole field of study known as adversarial a I actually aims to make artificial intelligence a little smarter as part of an N. P. our special series on the technologies that watch us dina dina temple Raszyn has more. artificial intelligence is all about showing the machine millions of examples so we can learn to recognize things in the real world and there's a pretty famous experiment about how easily this can go wrong it was conducted by a team of researchers led by UC Berkeley professor don sol let me start playing the video she and her colleagues made a video that showed how the full daylight and in this case for the system well it was driving a car the video is less than a minute long and it doesn't have any sound but it rocked the A. I. community so in the media at UC two frames side by side thank split screen all you need to know now is that each split screen is subtitled so you can see how the A. I. and specifically a subset of a I called image classification is making decisions inside the autonomous car you see the prediction given by the image classification system to try to predict what the traffic sign as so it's sort of like the car starting to think I'm a sign is coming I'm gonna have to make a decision right so song inner team had the A. I. system read to stop sign one was a perfectly normal stops the other was manipulated song had put one sticker below the S. and another above the in stop and is the car gets closer to it the subtitles are describing the A. eyes decision making process it reads the regular stops on just fine installing the card prepared to stop but the one with the stickers it thinks the sign read speed limit forty five miles an hour which would allow the car if this wasn't an experiment to blow right through the intersection to carefully place stickers was all it took to make a self driving car ran a stop sign so you were expecting it to mis read the sign and then it didn't you're happy about it is surprising so given how well it worked it works so well the people who were developing driverless cars tap the brakes. now to be fair songs team didn't just randomly throw some stickers onto a sign they knew exactly how the a size image classification system worked they knew which pixels of the sun to manipulate to fort which got the attention of people over DARPA the defense advanced research projects agency and understand why the military's top research arm was so concerned I went to door by headquarters to meet with have a sequel for us in Haiti now have thank you for making this she's the director of something called the guard project guard stands for guaranteeing a I'd robustness against deception and just like it sounds it's looking for ways to make artificial intelligence more hack proof the way a I makes decisions is a bit of a black box but see common says if you understand what the system is chosen to focus on you can fool it and if your door but you're less worried about a stop sign then say putting a sticker on the tank and because that sticker with his particular kind of we think that this time his acting ambulance and he needed to be opened the gates to let the ambulance corps and the reason to study all of this isn't to scare us about ARI old though it does that too researchers want to understand the limits of it so they can fix it kind of like gold fashion hackers who used to call up software companies let them know about flaws in their coding so they could send patches don songs is the bottom line is machine learning an AI aren't as powerful as people think they are we do really needs Neil and more break throughs before we can really get there so would you ride in a driverless car that's the day. I mean you. how you doing having a test drive. and by the way dawn song special stop sign with the stickers isn't fooling driverless cars anymore it's now hanging in the science museum in London. of an exhibit about our driverless future. dina temple Reston NPR news
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