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01:49 min | 5 months ago

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"There was a safe place for her to be there and you know the Army Felder. Army investigators say Gin was bludgeoned to death at Fort Hood on April 22nd. In the area where she was last seen. FDA commissioner Dr Stephen Han sidestepped questions about President Trump's claim that 99% of Corona virus cases in the U. S air quote totally harmless trumps analysis says the death toll in this country as you heard fast approaching 130,000. The president's claim comes as state and local officials sounded the alarm about surging cases. We cannot afford to go through hell again. We need a national strategy. If we don't get our hands around this virus quickly in about two weeks hospital system could be in serious, serious trouble. Even some of Mr Trump's Republican allies raise concerns about his Fourth of July event where some attendees opted not to follow social distancing guidelines. Yes, news correspondent Kenny McCormick Some teachers might be heading back to school in need of additional qualifications just to teach history in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally Is scheduled to be released this week but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T o P News still ahead on w T O P sky writers take to the skies to protest immigration policies in the US It's 10 35. It's already a number one bestseller, and it's called Blitz. Trump will smash The left and win by famed author David Horowitz blitz makes predictions about President Trump that will shock you..

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03:00 min | 5 months ago

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"End of the week, Friday is definitely looking pretty wet. 85 right now in D C, A. T in Manassas and 76 Culpepper tomorrow. Thank you very much. 8 51 on T o P. Some teachers may be heading back to school in need of more qualified qualifications to teach history in Virginia. The commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough. To qualify teachers to teach African American history So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello. W T. O P. NEWS There is no shortage of researchers looking for ways to prevent or cure covert 19. Now there's a new study under way to see a medic in medicine. Khun Slow the virus down if it's caught early enough, the idea of treating someone with medicine before they get sick, But after they've been exposed to an infected person isn't knew that tried and true strategy for a lot of infectious diseases. Now there's a study to see whether it'll work with covert 19 using hydroxy Claure Quinn. At the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Miriam Law for mostly We're looking for either household members or friends who have spent a significant amount of time together in the past four days with someone who they found out now has Cove in 19 infection there. Study contact information at w t o p dot com Search Study Christi King W T o Penis and Let's Face it. Most of us never even heard the phrase social distancing before covert 19. Now it's all we talk about in the pandemic is prompting other changes. Over the years. Some of the town of Chevy Chase have complained about noise from gas powered leaf blowers. But now in the midst of the pandemic, with zoo meetings and distance learning being drowned out the noise pollution task force there wants action. They're requesting the town incrementally Band death powered leaf blower starting sewn by September, they'd be prohibited on Sunday by January Band on weekends and federal holidays. And by 2022 desk powered leaf blowers would be banned completely and Chevy Chase that would coincide with one D C span on the noisy polluting, but more powerful blowers goes into effect. The law couldn't staying. W t o p new and Sad. Ain't so the joy of lipstick could be going by by that bold stroke of color has been missing on many primped pout. Since the pandemic began. Facemasks have kept us from using lipstick to enhance looks lift spirits and make faces stand out in a crowd. Cosmetics market analysts expect as much as an 11% drop in sales this year. A pity according to Washington, D C hair and makeup artist Victoria Styles, she tells us Today a little lipstick and add spark to your life, especially now, she advises a shift to more dramatic eye makeup like liner and fake lashes. Debra Rodriguez CBS news and still ahead in money.

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01:50 min | 5 months ago

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"With heat and humidity continuing well into the workweek. Briana Berman solo. Thank you very much. It's 79 degrees outside our studios and French your pipes at 6 51 As black lives Matters. Demonstrations continue. The focus on Confederate statues has led to some being torn down symbolic resistance against this country's long history of slavery. Meanwhile, some of the military have already begun removing Confederate symbols. The commandant of the core, talked about it on ABC is this week. This is not an attempt to erase history, but the bigger symbol is Things that draw the team together so that we can operate with that kind of implicit trust. That is, General David Berger, Berger said. The American flag in the core, unite what unifies us. Some teachers may be heading back to school in need of additional qualifications to teach history in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be real. Least this week but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T. O P News. Most of us never heard the phrase social distancing before covert 19. Now it's all we talk about in the pandemic is prompting other changes over the years. Some of the town of Chevy Chase have complained about noise from gas powered leaf blowers. But now in the midst of the pandemic, with zoom meetings and distance learning being drowned out the noise pollution task force there wants action. They're requesting the town incrementally Band death powered leaf blowers starting sewn by September. They'd be prohibited on Sunday by January Band on.

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03:08 min | 5 months ago

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"These storms we're seeing right. On 90 degrees in Annandale, 90 degrees in silver Spring and 91 degrees in northwest D. C at 4 51 A. W t o P Thousands took to the streets of Houston this weekend to demand justice for Vanessa Gillian. A missing Fort Hood soldier. Investigators found human remains this week believed to be hers. Garci Davia is a friend of Vanessa's and says the military should have Dunmore to protect her. I'm actually angry because She went into the army, you know, thinking it was a safe place for her to be there. And you know the Army filter. Federal and military investigators believe she was killed by a fellow soldiers stationed at the Texas based The revelations followed demand for the army to release details about the investigation. It is for 50 to a w. T. O P is black lives matter. Demonstrations amplifier across the US to protest police brutality and racism and policing. Confederate statues are being torn down as a symbolic resistance against the U. S. Is long history of slavery. While some accuse protesters of trying to erase history, some in the U. S military have already begun removing Confederate symbols. USMC Command commandant. General David Berger spoke to ABC this week about it. This is not an attempt to erase history, but the bigger symbol is the things that draw the team together so that we can operate with that kind of implicit trust. Berger says the American flag in the Marine Corps colors are what unify us it is 4 53 A w t. O P. Some teachers may soon need additional qualifications to teach history in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello. W T O P News during the pandemic Getting yourself a doctor's appointment could be tough it try getting one for your furry friend. When it comes to your animals. They're just some things you can't put off because the pandemic like getting flee prevented Dave's heart were meds and Rabies shots. That means you have to get to the vet. Many vets office's air considered essential and have been open all during the pandemic, but offices or practicing social distancing summer, even telling clients to stay in their cars while vet checks come out and bring animals inside Vet offices, Fox TV affiliate Ko Ke H in Oklahoma City, has been talking to several vets. They report. Their schedules are tightly book. So you're going to want to make an appointment well in advance, and you may be told you have to wear a face mask if they even allow you inside. Chill. NATO FOX News Coming Up in Money News, a popular pastime increases in popularity during the pandemic. It is for 54 w T O P Select auto imports would like to express our deep gratitude.

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03:17 min | 5 months ago

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"Have 96 degrees feels like 102 degrees in Ashburn, and it's 94 degrees feels like 100 Northwest D. C it to 51. Black teachers may soon need additional qualifications to teach history in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough. Qualified teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello. W T o P. News you probably never heard of the phrase social distancing before Cove in 19. But for now, the big part of our lives and the pandemic is prompting other changes. Over the years. Some of the town of Chevy Chase have complained about noise from gas powered leaf blowers. But now in the midst of the pandemic, with zoom meetings and distance learning being drowned out the noise pollution task force there wants action. They're requesting the town incrementally Band death powered leaf blower starting sewn by September. They'd be prohibited on Sunday by January Band on weekends and federal holidays and by 2022 gas powered leaf blowers would be banned completely in Chevy Chase that would coincide with one D C span on the noisy polluting, but more powerful blowers goes into effect. The law couldn't staying. W T O P news scientists doing experiments on acts of kindness say that people who are kind others feel happier and more connected to the world. Scientific research is booming into human kindness than what scientists have found so far speaks well of us. One London economist who studies happiness says doing kindness makes you happier. Being happier makes you do kind Acts. University of California Riverside psychology professor has found in 20 years of experiments that people feel better when they're kind to others, even more than when they're kind to themselves. And, she says, it's not just emotional. It's physical study of people with multiple sclerosis found they felt better physically when helping others. Sandy coz l w t o p News Just ahead on w T o p in money news. The pandemic has been kind to this can meet. It is 2 54 w t o p. Patrick was way behind on his I r s tax is I was in way over my head. The total amount ended up being somewhere Just over $30,000. $30,000. Then the I r s came to collect started getting letter after letter Lean had been filed against me. They were going to basically like hanging completely out. Dry. He had to do something. That's when I reached out to optimum tax relief. Patrick's life quickly got a lot easier. Very easy, pretty much hands off. You know, they picked up the ball and ran with it and how to go. I couldn't believe it. I had to ask like two or three times I saved an incredible amount of money. How does Patrick feel about Optima Couldn't be happier? They definitely helped me Optima tax relief. The best place to call their the best in the business. Do what Patrick did, and call Optima Tax relief for a free consultation. Call 808 93 41 33. That's 808.

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01:38 min | 5 months ago

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"Confederate monuments around the count country have been taken down. But some protesters are going after figures from even before the Civil War you're hearing is the sound of Baltimore's Christopher Columbus statue coming down on the Fourth of July. It's now sitting at the bottom of the inner harbor there after demonstrators used robes to topple it from its perch in the Little Italy neighborhood. Demonstrators argue the famed Explorer was also responsible for genocide and exploitation. One of the native peoples who settled in the Western Hemisphere centuries ago. The statue was stood there since 1980 for toppling the statue has some people criticizing city leaders for allowing it. But Mayor Jack Young says preservation of life is the first priority and everything else, including statues is secondary. John Dome and W T O P News 12 06 A privately owned Confederate statue is also toppled in Maryland and Arrundell County, police say. The statue of Private Benjamin Welsh. Owens, who served in a Confederate Maryland artillery unit during the civil war was toppled outside the Mount Calvary Angelica NW Church in Lothian. Work racist was spray painted on the statue. Some teachers may soon need additional qualifications to teach history in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teachers certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week. But delayed until September due to the pandemic..

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01:31 min | 5 months ago

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"They used ropes to topple the monument near the Little Italy neighborhood. Protesters, mobilized by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police have called for the removal of statues of Columbus, Confederate figures and others. They say the Italian Explorer is responsible for the genocide and exploitation of natal native peoples in the Americas. Some teachers may soon need additional qualifications to teach history in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello. W T O P News still ahead, we go deeper on a new crackdown in Hong Kong, 807 and now the small business buzz package by the UPS door. Small businesses there struggling from pandemics setbacks, But many are optimistic. A Society for Human Resource management survey of small business owners found 52% expect to Recovered a pre covert profitability within six months. They have been lessons learned 75% are confident their business will be better prepared to handle a crisis in the future. One in three already report a new way to deliver a product or a service. I'm Jeff level. Hi. Welcome to the ups store. Yeah, I'd like to ship this package straight. I can help you with that.

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01:31 min | 5 months ago

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"Gropes to topple the monument near the Little Italy neighborhood. Protesters, mobilized by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police have called for the removal of statues of Columbus, Confederate figures and others. They say the Italian Explorer is responsible for the genocide and exploitation of native peoples in the Americas. Some teachers may soon need additional qualifications to teach history in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week. Take but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T. O p News still ahead more reaction to a possible name change for the Redskins. It's 607 and now the small business buzz packaged by the UPS store. Small businesses there struggling from pandemics setbacks, But many are optimistic. A society for human Resource management survey of small business owners found 52% expect to recover to pre covert profitability. Within six months, they have been lessons learned 75% are confident their business will be better prepared to handle a crisis in the future. One in three already reported new Way to deliver a product or a service. I'm Jeff. Hi. Welcome to the ups store. Yeah, I'd like to shift this package straight. I can.

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04:58 min | 5 months ago

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"Search of a missing person. 32 year old Nasedo Molokai. ZAY was pulled from the water and investigation found he was last seen swimming in the park. Police do not suspect foul play. Police reform is the focus of a newly formed task force. Prince George's County executive, Angela Alsobrooks, issued a statement saying the police reform task force will look at changes to hiring, training and use of force. Prince George's County Circuit Court Judge Maureen Lomasney and Maryland state delegate Alonzo Washington will co chair the task force. Former Prince George's County state's attorney, Glenn Ivey, now a defense lawyer, has also been named to the panel. There's going to be a number of people on this commission who've been on both sides of this, and this might be the moment where we can really move the ball forward and advanced the agenda. Kate Ryan w T o P. New questions now about American history certification, and is it enough to teach the history of all of America's people in Virginia? The commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American Story certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week. But delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T o P News in some parts of our region, fireworks are legal, even sparklers. But in other places you are allowed to have them. And if you're celebrating on this fourth of July with them, you're being asked to do it safely. And that means kids hands off. Compare the most fireworks product. Sparklers are considered the safest, but that's all relative considering how easily kids get injured by them. Too many kids too close together. Eso won has the sparkle in their hand, and they turn and they touch the other child's T shirt, and it catches the T shirt on fire and ran a county fire chief Tricia Woolford, But the parents are letting him use it. We hope that they're very closely monitored most material that's on fire burns at 640 degrees or higher the average temperature of a sparkler. 1800 degrees. Even though it's legal. We still don't recommend that Children, young teenagers anyone, but adults ASSESS that product, John Dome and W T O p New Along that note of fireworks related death has been reported in the district. The Metropolitan Police Department reports. They were called to the 800 block of Jefferson Street in northwest last night. That's where they found an unconscious man suffering from trauma. It was pronounced dead at the hospital. The investigation later revealed he was fatally injured, igniting a firework coming up in money news are people drinking more booze during the pandemic? Its 10 24 It's okay. I just need you to listen to me. I know that a lot of times, Mom, it might not seem like I'm listening to you. But I am I hear you and what you say really does matter to me. I mean, let's be honest. No kid likes rules. But I get why we have them. I hear you and I know it's because you care all the talks we found over the years including what you've told me about not using alcohol and other drugs. They stick with me. And believe it or not, they really do make a difference. Especially a times that matter. Mounts drink. Nothing some good. So thank you, Dad for talking and preparing me for what's ahead. Banks, Mom, never giving up and always been my biggest fan. Thank you for letting me know what you expect so I can try to meet your expectations. Talking. For more information about talking with your kids about underage use of alcohol and other drugs, Visit underage drinking dot samhsa dot gov money needed 25 55. Now to Greg Jared's. This's a Bloomberg are people drinking more during the pandemic? Apparently not. I mean, people are still buying a lot of issues that they're buying their alcohol in the store and bring it home to drink restaurants. Bars and resorts haven't been serving so big booze is in pain remain, Bostic, Bloomberg News says with drinks giant Constellation brands It's not just hard alcohol and beer. First you have the wine business. Of course, you know, this is the maker of Robert Mondavi wines. They basically said they're seeing a huge slow down their merch David George cost reflects, And it's not just in the U. S. Nausea was seeing flat sales of alcohol globally, Lambert's Don Maloney finds even before covered, 19 A growing number of Americans led by 20 somethings increasingly Strived to be healthier. This is kind of appealing to a younger consumer that wants to be able to drink socially without worrying about the calories. Will. Alcohol consumption isn't expected to return to pre covert levels until 2024 from the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Gregg Jarrett on W T O P Still ahead. What the majority Americans think about attending Fourth of July celebrations..

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02:57 min | 5 months ago

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"Of the missing person, 32 year old Nasir Ahmad Malu Zaki was Malkhaz eye that is was pulled from the water around 10 o'clock this morning, An investigation found he was last seen swimming in the park. Police say no foul play is suspected Police reform is the focus of a newly formed task force. Prince George's County executive, Angela Alsobrooks, issued a statement saying the police reform task force will look at changes to hiring, training and use of force. Prince George's County Circuit Court Judge Maureen Lomasney and Maryland state delegate Alonzo Washington will co chair the task force. Our Prince George's County State's attorney, Glenn Ivey, now a defense lawyer, has also been named to the panel. There's going to be a number of people on this commission who've been on both sides of this, and this might be the moment where we can really move the ball forward and advanced the agenda. Kate Ryan, w T. O P. News is an American history certification enough to teach the history of all of America's people. In Virginia. The commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello. W T O P News Now in some parts of our region, all fireworks are legal, even sparklers. But in other places, you are allowed to have them. And if you're celebrating the Fourth of July with them, you're still being asked to be extra safe. Extra careful, and that means hands off for your kids. Compared to most fireworks product. Sparklers are considered the safest, but that's all relative considering how easily kids get injured by them. Too many kids too close together. Eso won has the sparkle in their hand, and they turn and they touch the other child's T shirt, and it catches the T shirt on fire and ran a county fire chief Tricia Wolf fur, but the parents are letting him use it. We hope that they're very closely monitored most material that's on fire burns at 640 degrees or higher the average temperature of a sparkler. 1800 degrees. Even though it's legal. We still don't recommend that Children, young teenagers anyone, but adults ASSESS that product, John Dome and W T O p New and on that note of fireworks related death has been reported in the district, The Metropolitan Police Department reports. They were called to the 800 block of Jefferson Street in northwest last night, They found an unconscious man suffering from trauma. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. The investigation later revealed he was Fatally injured, igniting a firework. Stay with us up in coming up in money news, a spike in sales of second hand clothes. It's a 24 The following is a paid commercial message. This's Bishop Michael Burbage of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington this.

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06:37 min | 5 months ago

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"And a judgment that I can no longer trust to allow them to wear this badge and they won't Wilson fired Erica Morero and Kyle Dietrich after Jarron Jones resigned, also fired 1/4 officer Jason Rosenblatt, who responded Ha ha to the picture. He was involved in the original incident. Now those calls for changes around the country mentioned by President Trump have not only led to the removal of Confederate history and other statues and plaques of honor but are now reaching into the sports world in a big way. First in Washington, where correspondent Nicole Killian reports after years of resisting a name change, the Washington Redskins called a reverse Friday in a statement, the team said. In light of recent events around our country and feedback from our community. The Washington Redskins are announcing the team will undergo a thorough review of the team's name time to changing. This is a moment Josh Silver is founder of REBRAND Washington Football, a fan group that has been petitioning the team to remove the Native American slur for years. And not long after that, baseball's Cleveland Indians announced they, too, are looking at a possible name change after mostly phasing out a team logo long criticized as at least insensitive. In Hoover, Alabama on eight year old boy was killed in a shooting at an Alabama shopping mall that left three other people injured. Mayor Frank Brucato visited with the boy's parents. So this afternoon I visited with the parents of a child that we lost. Uh, this was just a very senseless tragedy and force later devastated by this You gonna ask? All of the citizens of over and the Metropolitan area to pray for this family. Keep them in your prayers. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from w T o p 24 73 65. Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP Good morning. I'm Stephanie Gains Ryan. It's Saturday. Independence Day. July 4th 2020. The toppled top local news stories We're following the Washington Redskins are announcing their considering changing the team name calls for a change to the controversial name have threatened the Redskins bottom line in recent days. In a release. The Washington Redskins say the team is launching a thorough review of its name. It's the first time the team has acknowledged consideration of a name change in a release. Owner Dan Snyder says the process will include input from stakeholders, including sponsors, alumni and the community. The release also says the team has had conversations with the league on the topic over the last few weeks. Following the announcement over ofyou. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed those discussions and said quote were supportive of this important step. The announcement comes after days of sponsorship pressures, notably by FedEx, which asked the team outright to change its name while Nike dropped the team merchandise from its sight. Meghan Cloherty. W T O P News. Where did the term Redskin come from? The National Congress of American Indians says it's at first appeared in the 18 hundreds. That's when the government began advertising bounties for the bloody scalps of Native Americans. Then team owner George Preston Marshall chose the name in the early 19 thirties. That was a time when many aspects of Native American culture were either discouraged or outlawed. Historians described Marshall is a racist and a segregationist. His statue outside R F K Stadium in D C. Where the team played from 1961 2 1996 was removed last month. History also being made in Richmond, the city working to remove the Confederate statues. Doing so has proven costly. There are 11 statues in removing all of them is expected to cost Richmond nearly $2 million. That's where Shannon Hartson comes in. He's a real estate agent in Richmond, who's launched an online fundraising effort, hoping to generate money and help the city pay to take those statues down. He says tax dollars should go elsewhere that we strongly supports removing the statues were going to have been the capital of the Confederacy. That's piece of history, but we don't really want to continue to be the capital of the Confederacy. So far, they're just four days of fundraising. He's generated more than $10,000. Nick I Nelly w T o p News. There's an effort to remove a Confederate statue and Talbot County, Maryland. The Talbot Boys statue honors Thie counties Confederate veterans. It sits on the grounds of the courthouse, The Washington Post reports. The Talbot County Council president introduced a resolution last month to remove the statue. He called the monument a distraction that remind some citizens of racism division and VIAS. Is an American history certification enough to teach history of all of America's people in Virginia. The commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualified teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was Originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello, w T o p News students, teachers and now some 2000 alumni are calling for a name change at Washington Lee University. The Washington Post says the they object to the glorification off Confederate General Robert E. Lee, the school's president, has called for a special meeting of the faculty next week. 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02:59 min | 5 months ago

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"Through the 19 eighties. The changed through the years on how African Americans felt about the Fourth of July was drastic. Brett Shade All Charon, professor of the Virginia Tech History Department, but it went on for Jim Crow and later many of the article's really Under what they had to celebrate. You know what did the Fourth of July mean when people are being Lynch, and he thinks it's changing Yet again? There are more white people I think who are willing to listen to black people and listen to their ideas and concerns, And there's a greater push for that. Valerie bonked w T O P. NEWS. There is an effort to remove the Confederate statue in Tablet County, Maryland. The Talbot Boy statue honors that county's Confederate veterans. It sits on the grounds of the courthouse there. Washington Post reporting. The Talbot County Council president introduced a resolution last month to remove the statue. He calls the monument a distraction that reminds some citizens of quote racism division. And bias. There's also a new push tonight remain rename one of the South's most storied bridges. It is in Selma, Alabama. The Edmund Pettus Bridge is an iconic symbol of the voting rights movement. That bears the name of a Confederate general Edmund Pettus. What's a grand dragon of the Ku Klux Klan. Former state Senator Hank Sanders spearheaded an effort to change the name of the bridge five years ago in the state Legislature. That effort was unsuccessful. But Sanders is hoping that this time is the charm. I'm pushing. Of folk by that other name, Bridge to freedom. Some people have suggested renaming the bridge in honor of Congressman John Lewis, while others say it should be named in honor of Amelia Boynton or Jimmy Lee Jackson all key figures in the voting rights movement. And that is W A K A TV reporter. George McDonald Reporting is an American history certification enough to teach the history of all of America's people in Virginia. The commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teachers certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well, according to the Virginia secretary of Education on teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T. O P News Baltimore Police are investigating a shooting that is now under investigation. The officer shot an unarmed 33 year old man a number of times Wednesday he was having a health crisis in his basement. On Friday. Police say he pulled out a handgun and pointed it at one of the officers. Please say they had to do to try to de escalate, But he pulled the gun when they were speaking to him. Please say the person who called 900 told the dispatch of the man had been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. It's 10 13. There is new data that suggests the black lives matter. Protests that have rocked the nation in recent months may be the largest movement in U. S history..

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"teeth carney" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"teeth carney" Discussed on WTOP

"Through the 19 eighties. The changed through the years on how African Americans felt about the Fourth of July was drastic. Brett Shade All Charon, professor of the Virginia Tech History Department, But if time went on through Jim Crow, and later many of the article's really wondered what they had to celebrate. You know what did the Fourth of July mean when people were being Lynch, and he thinks it's changing yet again? There are more white people I think who are willing to listen to black people and listen to their ideas and concerns, And there's a greater push for that. Valerie bonked w T. O P. NEWS. There is an effort to remove the Confederate statue in Talbot County, Maryland, the Talbot boy statue. Honors the county's Confederate veterans. It sits on the grounds of the courthouse, Washington Post reporting. The Talbot County Council introduced a resolution last month to remove the statute, the president, calling it a distraction that reminds some citizens of racism, division and bias. Is an American history certification enough to teach the history of all of America's people in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally Scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T O P. News It's 8 11 Baltimore police are investigating a shooting under their officers shot the unarmed 33 year old a number of times Wednesday he was having a health crisis in his basement. On Friday, Police say he pulled out a handgun pointed in the direction of one of the officers. Police say the officers tried to de escalate the situation, but he pulled the gun when the officers were speaking to him. We say the person who called 911 told the dispatcher the man had been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. New data suggests the black lives matter. Protest that rocked the nation in recent months may be the largest movement in U. S history. Protest.

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WTOP

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"teeth carney" Discussed on WTOP

"We're in the nineties Sunday will be in the mid nineties, mostly sunny, hot and humid on Monday. I'm storm team for meteorologist for governments alone now to Dave Tilden in the W T o P Traffic Center David there Well, we're having problems making communications with Dave. We'll check in with Dave shortly. Let me GOP news time. 609 is American history a certification enough to teach the history of all of America's people in Virginia? The commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough. Qualified teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello. W T. O P. News There is now an effort to remove the Confederate statue in Talbot County, Maryland, the top of boy statue honors the county's Confederate veterans. It sits on the grounds of the courthouse. Washington Post reporting The Topper County Council introducing a resolution last month to remove the statue, the county Council president, calling the monument a distraction that reminds some citizens of racism division. And bias. While commuting in northern Virginia can be costly. But now one road could get a lot more expensive. Supervisor Mat Lo Turno says A 30% toll increase over five years on the Greenway is an insult to residents, especially in the midst of the pandemic. There's no question that budgets are tighter for people. There's no question that they're eliminating discretionary type of spending, he says. It's detrimental to the county tohave a road through the middle of it that so many people avoid. And it's forced Loudon County Board of Supervisors to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to build a road network of alternate roads because people won't take the Greenway due to the tolls. The public common period runs till August 24th Male organ stain W GOP. No, You see the amber lights and the message boards ahead. So what should you do? People are required to slow down and move over. Maryland Transportation Secretary Greg's later if you don't have the ability to move over I have to really slow down. Virginia has a similar law. The so called move over laws were initially enacted to protect police and emergency workers along the highway, but the laws were extended to apply to work zones as well. In 2018 11 people were killed in works on crashes in Maryland. So far this year, there have been four deaths. Thursday mornings Fatal crash took the life of Maryland State Highway contractor that collision on Interstate 70 near Ellicott City is still under investigation. Kate Ryan w T. O P News pedestrian is dead following a crash yesterday afternoon in Temple Hills, Maryland. Police say 34 year old result Rosie Oh Sanchez of Hyattsville was killed when a pickup truck left the roadway and crashed onto the sidewalk. A second pedestrian and adult female was rushed to the hospital with critical injuries. Another driver, whose car was struck by the pickup, suffered non life threatening injuries and also had to be taken to the hospital. Police are still investigating just why that truck left the road. A 19 year old is dead following the shooting early this morning and Odin tin and happened in the parking lot on Hammond branch drive. We say the silver Spring team was shot in his upper body and later died at the hospital. He's been identified by the nickname Tolson and Wonder County. Police are asking anyone with information about the shooting to give them a call. And Baltimore County Police or Baltimore City. Police rather are investigating a shooting there that is under investigation officer shot an unarmed 33 year old man a number of times on Wednesday he was having a health crisis in his basement. On Friday. Police say he pulled out a handgun and pointed in the direction of one of the officers. Police say they try to de escalate the situation. But when he pulled the gun, the officers were speaking to him. Police say the person who called 9 11 told the dispatcher the man had been diagnosed. Paranoid schizophrenia. There is new data out tonight to suggest the black lives matter. Protests that rocked the nation in recent months may be the largest movement in U. S history. Protest was in Berlin and the new polling data suggesting that as many as 26 million in the United States participated in the demonstrations over racism and police brutality doesn't take into account the global.

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WTOP

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"teeth carney" Discussed on WTOP

"We look to Alexandria right now, 95 degrees and Gaithersburg, 91 degrees who alright and 95 degrees here in Washington, brought to you by new look home design right now, say, 50% on all for roofing materials. W T O P ATT. For 21 is an American history certification enough to teach the history of all Americans in Virginia? The commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth, Carney. The recommendation will come out. In their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T o p News. Meantime, students in the Commonwealth could also see some changes in their curriculum. As early as this fall, Some students in Virginia could see a change in their social studies classes. A group of teachers from Fairfax County Public schools has been collaborating with teachers from five other Virginia school districts to create a curriculum that they say is anti racist and culturally responsive. The group says that it will challenge students to examine material Lt's events and institutions for bias, identity and multiple perspectives. They say the changes included dressing the overrepresentation of white and Eurocentric history. The new curriculum could be available to students in 3rd 4th 6th 7th and 11th grades. Valerie Bonked w T o P News. There is an effort to remove the Confederate statue in Talbot County, Maryland. The Talbot Boys statue honors the county's Confederate veterans. It's on the grounds of the courthouse. They're the Washington Post, says Talbot County Council president Corey Pack, introduced a resolution last month to remove it. He calls the monument of distraction, he says. In the wake of nationwide protest. It reminds some citizens of racism division and bias. Well, it want 11. Tony's on Broadway in 2016 before the national Tour hit the Kennedy Center in 2018. Today, Hamilton begin streaming on Disney Plus That allows you to see the original cast. Alexander Hamilton immigrates to New York for the American Revolution.

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"teeth carney" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"teeth carney" Discussed on WTOP

"And it's 203 Welcome in on Friday, July 3rd. Wow. It's hot, 93 degrees in the nation's capital. Good afternoon. I'm Deborah Feinstein. Top local stories. We're following this hour. Big developments out of Redskins Park, The Washington Redskins considering changing the team name, and it comes as the Redskins bottom line has been threatened in recent days in a release, The Washington Redskins say the team is launching a thorough review of its name. It's the first time the team has acknowledged consideration of a name change. In a release. Owner Dan Snyder says the process will include input from stakeholders, including sponsors, alumni and the community. The release also says the team has had conversations with the league on the topic over the last few weeks. Following the announcement over ofyou. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed those discussions and said quote were supportive of this important step. The announcement comes after days of sponsorship pressures, notably by FedEx, which asked the team outright to change its name while Nike dropped the team merchandise from its sight. Meghan Cloherty. W T o P NEWS. Over the past several years, a Wisconsin based Indian tribe has been leading an effort to get the Washington Redskins to drop the name and today It's reacting to these latest developments, it appears that the Washington team is finally hearing our collective voices. Joe barking with the Oneida Indian Nations change the mascot campaign says they welcome the renewed push for the team to change its name that is a dictionary defined slur period. He hopes that FedEx stepping up, we'll put the pressure on other sponsors to do the same as for the announcement from the team, saying it will review the name there's No reason not to immediately announced that the team is changing The name since any really review will lead to the inevitable conclusion that deeply offensive and racist name of the NFL team must go. Mike Murillo w T. O P News course will continue to follow developments on that story. Is an American history certification enough to teach the history of all Americans in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough to qualify teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was a relief. Nelly scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T o p News. Meantime, students in the Commonwealth could also see some changes in their social studies curriculum. As early as this fall, some students in Virginia could see a change in their social studies classes. A group of teachers from Fairbanks County Public schools has been collaborating with teachers from five other Virginia school districts to create a curriculum that they say is anti racist and culturally responsive. The group says that it will challenge students to examine materials events and Institutions for bias, identity and multiple perspectives. They say the changes included dressing the overrepresentation of white and Eurocentric history. The new curriculum could be available to students in 3rd 4th 6th 7th and 11th grades. Valerie Bonked w T o P News There are some closings and changes today because of the holiday Tomorrow, Metro today is open through nine PM Trains will be running every 20 minutes. Today, the Fairfax connector and right on buses or on a Saturday schedule. Corona virus testing sites in D C or closed today and tomorrow. D M V locations, public libraries and recreation centers across D C or closed today and parking meters will not be enforced trash and recycling services across the region are on a normal schedule. Coming up here on W. T O shot away the popular Broadway musical Hamilton.

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WTOP

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"teeth carney" Discussed on WTOP

"It's 12 03 Welcome to Friday, July 3rd, 2020 Sonny in 90 degrees low to mid nineties today. On. Good afternoon. I'm Deborah Feinstein repeating our top local story of this hour breaking developments. The Washington Redskins considering a name change again, the team, releasing a statement today announcing a review of its name and acknowledging its been in discussions with the NFL about the controversial name of its franchise. In a release. The Washington Redskins say it's balancing a thorough review of the team's name formalizing discussions its head with the NFL in recent weeks. It's the first time the Redskins have publicly acknowledged consideration of a name change, Redskins owner Dan Snyder says quote This process allows the team to take into account not only the proud tradition and history of the franchise But also input from our alumni organization sponsors the league and the community. Word from the team comes one day after FedEx publicly requested the Redskins change the team name and after Nike dropped Redskins merchandise off its sight. Meghan Cloherty. W GOP News. We, of course, will be following all of these developments. Maurin Sports Coming up for you Stay with us throughout the day is an American history certification enough to teach the history of all Americans in Virginia, the commission on African American History and Education doesn't think today's American history certification is enough. Qualified teachers to teach African American history. So they're recommending a change to teacher certifications in the state tohave all K through 12 teachers certified in African American history as well. According to the Virginia secretary of education on Teeth Carney. The recommendation will come out in their full report, which was originally scheduled to be released this week, but delayed until September due to the pandemic. Michelle Morello. W T o P News. Meantime, students in the Commonwealth could also see some major changes in their social studies curriculum. As early as this fall, some students in Virginia could see a change in their social studies classes. A group of teachers from Fairfax County Public schools has been collaborating with teachers from five other Virginia school districts to create a curriculum that they say is anti racist and culturally responsive. The group says that it will challenge students to examine materials events and institutions for bias, identity and multiple perspectives. They say that Changes included dressing the overrepresentation of white and Eurocentric history. The new curriculum could be available to students in 3rd 4th 6th 7th and 11th grades. Valerie Bonked w T O P. News. It's a historic time in Richmond as the city works to remove its Confederate statues, but Sharing all of them down isn't cheap. There are 11 statues and removing all of them is expected to cost Richmond nearly $2 million. That's where Shannon Hartmann comes in. He's a real estate agent in Richmond, who's launched an online fundraising effort, hoping to generate money and help the city pay to take those statues down. He says tax dollars should go elsewhere that we strongly supports. Removing the statues is going to have been the capital of the Confederacy. It's a piece of history, but we don't really want to continue to be the capital of the Confederacy. So far, they're just four days of fundraising. He's generated more than $10,000. Nick I Nelly. W T O p News. We've that's um closings and changes today because of the holiday weekend Metro is open today through nine PM from 8 a.m. Through nine PM Trains will be running every 20 minutes. Today. The Fairfax connector and right on buses are on a Saturday schedule. Corona virus Testing sites in D C or closed today and tomorrow. DMV locations, public libraries and rec centers across D C are also closed.

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