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03:47 min | Last month

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"For you this hour. Campaign 2022 on WTO P less than two weeks to go to the midterm elections now in marylanders can now vote in person early. It's the first day of in person early voting in Maryland, which is available statewide from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day through November 3rd. Voters are picking candidates for all the seats in the state legislature along with governor, a U.S. Senate seat in all 8 U.S. House seats. Top of the ticket is Democrat westmore facing Republican Dan Cox in the race for governor, the most competitive U.S. House race is in the 6th district, which includes Frederick county and a portion of Montgomery county. Democratic congressman David trone is facing a tough challenge from Republican Neil parrot. In Montgomery county, Nick high and LA doubled your TOP news. Early in person voting in D.C. begins Monday, we have everything you need to know about the election and who's running at WTO P dot com. Meanwhile, there's frustration and concern about tens of thousands of Virginia voters mistakenly being given wrong voting information. Fairfax county border supervisors chair Jeff McKay wants a thorough investigation into how the State Department of elections sent wrong voting locations to voters and Clifton dumfries herndon aka Kwan Quantico and Vienna. The elections department blames Avengers printing error following redistricting, follow-up letters have been sent providing the correct information but confusion remains among some voters. Virginia attorney general Jason Millar's says his office is exploring legal remedies against the vendor. Ridiculo, WTO news, starting today fairfax county is opening an additional 13 early voting sites, three sites have been open in the county since early voting began last month. A man from Frederick Maryland who took part in the January 6th insurrection will not be going to prison, but he will have to serve 8 months of home detention. The federal judge says autism played a role in the man's crimes and the sentencing decision. Nicholas Rodin used the flagpole to break a window into the capitol and he waved a hatchet, prosecutors asked for just under two years in prison, but federal judge Trevor mcfadden said he believes rodenes Asperger's syndrome is significant to what he did and mitigates blame. He said rodine susceptibility to charismatic people because of his Asperger's led him to be part of the riot and group. The judge said others who committed similar crimes got jail sentences, he warned rodine, he was giving him a break, and if he gets in trouble again, he'll be locked up. Neil lord can stain double you TLP nose. The Montgomery county council has approved a bill that's designed to have wide ranging effects on policing in the county. Council member will jalando says the bill makes changes to police cadet training among other things. And also, we'll focus on continuing education for current police officers. And this is on very important topics. Like deescalation and communication skills and understanding the history of policing. All things that are needed to serve in a community as diverse and robust as ours. Toronto says he hopes the bill will lessen racial inequities and encounters with police, county officials say although black residents represented 18% of the county's population in 2019, as many as 56% of police use of force incidents in 29% of traffic stops involved black people. More than two dozen homeless cats from war torn Ukraine are coming to our area to be put up for adoption. They are state of neutered. They are microchipped. They are vaccinated. We know their personalities because we spend a lot of time with them. Sue bell, who leads homeward trails, animal rescue in fairfax station, recently spent two weeks in Ukraine with a longtime volunteer, one of the rescued cats gizmo has tiny ears and deformed feet. But she is the cutest, most personable cat, she sits up like a human. She kind of sits on her butt and puts her feet out

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02:11 min | Last month

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"And go out there and play my best ball. If that brings out the best and everybody else and then great. All right, you know, we just had Hispanic heritage month. Ashley Sanchez karita Rodriguez, they are both Mexican Americans playing for the Washington spirit. And for Karina Rodriguez, she's hoping. I think both of our parents never once made us feel doubted. And also made us feel like that is something we can do. You know, that is a dream that we can accomplish. Again, the national women's soccer league go title gave us an Audi field coming up on Saturday between Portland and Kansas City. Dave Johnson. The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO early voting in Maryland begins today and runs through next Thursday. Early voting centers across the state are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.. You can find full list of those centers at WTO P dot com. And if you requested a mail in ballot, there were 281 drop boxes in the state where you can return it. Another woman has come forward to accuse Herschel Walker, the anti abortion rights Republican running for U.S. Senate in Georgia, of encouraging and paying for her 1993 abortion. The new accusation comes just weeks after a former girlfriend said he did the same for her in 2009. Walker dismissed the newest allegation. A January 6th rioter who wielded a hatchet and smashed windows with a flagpole will serve no jail time. U.S. district court judge Trevor mcfadden ruled that Asperger's syndrome made him susceptible to the influence of the mob. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. Air travel service complaints are way up from pre-pandemic levels. The Department of Transportation says 32% of complaints received in August were about cancellations, delays and other flight problems, and the second highest category of complaints involved baggage, but CBS News senior travel adviser Peter Greenberg says, if people travel off season you'll see lower airfares and more seat availability. Nearly 20% of complaints in August were about refunds, some 56% that month were against U.S. carriers and just over 37% were against foreign airlines. Allison keyes CBS News. It's 8 48. 5 48. Reality check. Traffic

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06:44 min | Last month

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"Plenty. Campaign insists the Democrats debate against Republican mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania Senate race was the right thing to do. But party officials are worried fetterman's post stroke difficulties will hurt his chances. The candidate admitted at a post debate rally in Pittsburgh. To be honest, doing that debate wasn't exactly easy. This voter says she's not a fan of Doctor Oz, but says of fetterman. I don't think he is fit for public office. I know he has health issues and that's not a stereotype, but it does affect what he needs to do for the people. Police are revealing new information about the 19 year old gunman who killed a student and a teacher at a high school in St. Louis Monday. They say 9 days before the attack, Orlando Harris mother called police when she found the same AR-15 style rifle used in the shooting and wanted it removed. But Harris was in legal possession and somehow got it back after his mother gave it to someone else. He was killed in a shoot out with police. A second union has rejected its deal with the major U.S. freight railroads, increasing the possibility of a strike next month. Labor relations expert, Gregory deang, says it could cripple the economy. If there were an actual strike, the trains would stop moving, immediately we would see effects on some of the industries that moved their materials, their raw materials. Management's offered a union signal men included 24% pay raises and $5000 bonuses. But no, paid sick time. More than a dozen people are under arrest in California and Washington state after officials say they seized enough fentanyl to kill more than 130,000 people. Correspondent Jonathan vague. According to U.S. attorney Nick Brown, federal authorities tracked the groups and monitored their efforts to recruit people in the Seattle area to distribute the narcotics on the street. 330,000 pills of fentanyl alone were seized. They picked the Powerball numbers last night. Tonight, we have another life-changing jackpot for you. Your life changed yet. No one chose all the winning numbers, so the prize for Saturday's drawing jumps to $800 million. S&P futures up 12. This is CBS News. If you need to hire, you need indeed because indeed all in one hiring solution helps you attract interview in higher candidates all from one place, visit indeed dot com slash credit. 5 O three on this Thursday morning, October 27th, mostly sunny abbreviation eyes today in the little mid 60s. Good morning, I'm Bruce Allen. And I'm John Aaron, the top local stories we're following this hour. Campaign 2022 on WTO P, we are less than two weeks away from the midterm elections and starting today, marylanders can vote in person. It's the first day of in person early voting in Maryland, which is available statewide from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day through November 3rd. Voters are picking candidates for all the seats in the state legislature along with governor, a U.S. Senate seat in all 8 U.S. House seats. Top of the ticket is Democrat westmore facing Republican Dan Cox in the race for governor, the most competitive U.S. House race is in the 6th district, which includes Frederick county and a portion of Montgomery county, democratic congressman David throne is facing a tough challenge from Republican Neil parrot. In Montgomery county, Nick high and LA doubled your TOP news. Early in person voting starts in D.C. on Monday, it started in Virginia last month and runs through November 5th. We have everything you need to know about the election and who's running at WTO P dot com. Here's anger and frustration in Northern Virginia after voters were given incorrect information about polling places. Virginia attorney general Jason Millar says it's unacceptable thousands of voters in Clifton dumfries earned an aqu Kong Quantico and Vienna received information giving them wrong voting locations. The department of elections blames the error on a printing issue. The attorney general's office is exploring legal remedies against the vendor responsible. Fairfax county board of supervisors chair, Jeff McKay, says letters have been sent to those affected giving them the correct information, still a large number of voters are confused over the incorrect mailing. Particularly on WTO P news, starting today fairfax counties opening additional 13 early voting sites, just three sites have been open in the county since early voting began last month. A January 6th rioter from Frederick Maryland will not be going to prison, but will survey 8 months of home detention. A judge says he considered the man's autism in handing down the sentence. Nicholas rodean wielded a hatchet and used a flagpole to break a window in the capital that others entered through, prosecutors asked for just under two years in prison, but federal judge Trevor mcfadden said he believes Rhode dean's Asperger's syndrome is significant to what he did and mitigates blame. He called rodean a maniacal rule follower and his being susceptible to charismatic people because of his Asperger's led him to be part of the group. The judge told rodean, I'm giving you a real break here and sentenced him to 8 months home detention with a warning if he gets in trouble again, he'll be locked up. Neolog can stain double you TLP news. The man charged with trying to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will likely soon undergo a mental evaluation. A federal judge in Maryland says there's a very high likelihood he'll order an assessment of Nicholas Rossi to determine if he's mentally mentally fit to assist in his own defense and her plea or stand trial. Lawyer told the judge, he doesn't have any current concerns about his client's mental competency. Prosecutors say the 26 year old from California traveled to Chevy Chase with the intent of killing Kavanaugh, almost 8 months ago, President Biden said in his State of the Union address that as the pandemic faded, more federal workers would head back to the office, but a new federal news network survey finds most federal employees are still working remotely. We don't think they're going to come back to the office and drove like we once saw. And I think that's really creating agencies to think about their office space of the future. How do we work in the future? Does working through a remote work and using video teleconferencing systems, whether it's zoom or teams or WebEx or whatever, how does that work for you and how to make that better. And I've heard just recently a lot of managers are saying, okay, how do I manage differently? And I think that's a key piece here. And executive editor Jason Miller, the survey found 60% of federal employees are working in a hybrid environment in 32% are entirely remote, just 8% of the federal workforce is back in the office full time. Coming up after traffic and whether we'll have the results of that huge Powerball drawing, it's 5 O 7. I'd like to see the doctor for a few questions about medical marijuana. Sarah, the doctors book salad today, and tomorrow

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

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01:42 min | 2 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"And was in the army reserve, and he sometimes dressed up as Nazi leader Adolf Hitler. Now he's going to prison 32 year old Timothy Hale cusanelli of New Jersey was convicted in May and a jury trial. He's just been sentenced to four years in federal prison. Trump appointed federal district judge Trevor mcfadden presided over the trial. He said, hail kusa's claim that he didn't know congressman at the capitol was both a lie and an obvious attempt to avoid accountability. Maryland's Republican candidate for governor Dan Cox is going to be at former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Florida next month, raising funds for his underdog campaign that fundraiser is scheduled for October 17th. It'll cost 1776 per person to enter in late August, democratic candidate Wes Moore had more than ten times the amount Cox had, and he is campaign fund. With skyrocketing rents and home values, it's hard for low to moderate income families to find quality affordable housing in the D.C. region. But that's changing and prince George's county where the ribbon has just been cut on a new housing complex. It's called gateway at peerless more than 60 units hitting just north of downtown upper Marlboro. We have some units reserved for households making as little as $30,000 a year. But Kyle's peace with Conifer realty says most units are set aside for those making around 60 grand a year, it was built with special financing from the state and prince George's county. Angie Rogers is the county's chief administrative officer. We are investing in communities that are going to be stable that are going to be sustainable over the long run. For the 62 units at peerless, we have had 1024 applications. The first residents move in next month. In upper Marlboro

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03:28 min | 2 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"A front comes our way, highs near 80 and on Monday morning showers and clearing highs mid upper 70s. Armstrong team for a meteorologist makes Jennifer. Fairfax is at 51 this morning and Lee's Berg is at 51 as well. Annapolis is at 52° and outside our studios. It's now 51. 6 41 now, one of the January 6th insurrectionists who stormed the capitol held a security clearance. He was in the army reserves and has dressed up as Adolf Hitler. 32 year old Timothy Hale cusanelli of New Jersey was convicted in May and a jury trial during which he claimed he didn't know Congress met at the capitol, now he's been sentenced to four years in federal prison. Trump appointed federal district judge Trevor mcfadden presided at the trial. He said hail kusa's claim that he didn't know Congress met at the capitol was both a lie and an obvious attempt to avoid accountability. If you go outside this morning is certainly feel like fall is here, that means winter is not far behind. At a local school board has voted to give the system the school system there, some flexibility when winter weather turns bad. The Anna rondel board of education has approved a plan that gives the superintendent the discretion to switch to virtual instruction rather than declare a snow day. It can be either the teacher streaming live or students doing prepared lessons on their own. One of the no votes came from the student member of the school board Zach McGrath. Because they want to have that day off. They want to have a day in the middle of the year where they can just forget about school for a little bit, be a kid. Superintendent Mark bedell says when there's snow in the forecast I'll make the right decision. He says having the option will help avoid having to extend the school year if too many snow days are taken. Neil logged and staying double TLP news. If you want to work or volunteer at a public school in the district, you'll need to pass a background check first, that can take a while, but the city council is considering legislation that would speed up the process. We have staffing shortages, and it's not for lack of resources. It's literally for lack of we can't get folks clear. Council member Christina Henderson says delays in getting cleared to work or volunteer in D.C. public schools has long been a problem. In a proposed law, she recommends streamlining child abuse and neglect registry checks in hopes the process then only takes three weeks. And we have literally been talking about this issue since I became a council member in 2021. Riley danel go, policy analyst at D.C. action, says the delays prompt people to look for opportunities elsewhere. What ends up happening a lot of the time is people who are hired, people who are brought on as volunteers have to move on. Scott gelman, WTO P news. Still to come a big grant to expand healthcare at a local community college 6 43. Players need incentive and talk about the incentive for you on FanDuel sportsbook. This is Dave Johnson. And now is the perfect time to download FanDuel, America's number one sports book. Why? Because right now, new customers get a no sweat first bet up to $1000. That's free bets back if your first bed doesn't win. And you did hear that right, but you need to sign up at the bromo code Dave Johnson. As I've Antonia, I love using the FanDuel sports work gap in part because it's so easy to use and you talk about incentive, there's live betting on the FanDuel sportsbook app. With live betting, you'll get updated odds on games that have already started. So go ahead, download that FanDuel sports work app. And remember to sign up with a promo code Dave Johnson for your no sweat first bet. Again, that promo code Dave Johnson for your no sweat first bet

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03:30 min | 2 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"Campaign 2022 on WTO, today is the start of in person early voting in Virginia. And it continues for 45 days through Saturday, November 5th. Virginia elections commissioner Susan beals, all 11 U.S. House seats are on the ballot across the state. They're also be some additional races on that ballot, depending on where you live. That includes a seat on the Arlington county board along with mayor and 6 members of the city council in fairfax city. This election also marks the start of same day voter registration in Virginia, which allows people to register to vote up to and including election day. Niko and Ellie double TLP news. Now, if you want to vote early in person in Virginia and you're a registered voter, bring your ID to your closest general registrar's office, you can find the list of those on the Virginia department of elections website early voting in D.C. and Maryland doesn't begin till late October. House Democrats have passed a package of bills to fund police and public safety ahead of midterm elections. Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill. The legislation has divided some moderate and liberal Democrats, such as moderate Virginia Democrat Abigail spanberger. She's seeking reelection in a redrawn district that's now more conservative and says her legislation provides needed funding for local law enforcement. This legislation invests in officer safety. It invests in domestic violence response training. But Republicans like Florida's Matt Gaetz accused Democrats of passing messaging bills that don't address rising crime and waste taxpayer money. They don't want to fund the police. They want to addict the police to the federal dollar. The bills are not expected to advance in the Senate ahead of the elections in November. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO be news. Voting is underway today in Russia held regions of Ukraine on so called referendums to become part of Russia. The Kremlin orchestrated the referendums, which have been widely denounced by Ukraine and the west, as shams and a step toward annexing the territories by Russia. The vote, which asks residents if they want their regions to be part of Russia, is certain to go Moscow's way. The referendums follow president Vladimir Putin's order of a partial mobilization, which could add hundreds of thousands of Russian troops to the fight in Ukraine. A January 6th rioter who has dressed up as Adolf Hitler and who held a security clearance will spend four years in a federal prison 32 year old Timothy Hale cusanelli of New Jersey, who was an army reservist when he stormed the capitol January 6th, was convicted in May after he failed to convince jurors that he didn't know that Congress met at the capitol, U.S. district judge Trevor mcfadden, a Trump appointed judge who oversaw, hail kusa's trial, said the claim that Hale cousin Ellie didn't know Congress met at the capitol was a lie and an obvious attempt to avoid accountability. Burglars with hammers are smashing jewelry store display cases, grabbing as much as they can and taking off. It happened at three stores in fairfax county in just the last two weeks, and police think at least two of those robberies are related. First, prince jewelers in Tyson's corner center was hit September 8th, followed by Hensley jewelers in fair oaks mall, September 18th, preliminarily fairfax county police think the same three men are responsible for both smash and grabs. A third robbery happened Tuesday at Sonya's jewelers and boutique in Springfield and police are still trying to determine if it's linked to the others, go to WTO P dot com to see surveillance photos of the suspects anonymous tipsters are eligible for cash rewards of up to $1000. Michelle bash WTO news

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Today, Explained

06:58 min | 8 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Someone named Riley June Williams, who's a young woman from Pennsylvania who went into the speaker's office and allegedly stole a laptop from one of the desks there. Upstairs is speaker Nancy Pelosi's office. Inside a female voice, the FBI believes to be Williams, seems excited. I'm in Nancy. Where are you? On the desk is Pelosi's HP laptop. The same voice tells others to treat it careful. She, you know, was in there sort of directing traffic among the other people inside the building and there was some thought to suggest that you wanted to sell the laptop to Russians. Yikes. And it's sort of these very bizarre cases, I feel like every independent is run of the mill as they might seem has these weird twists in their stories and how they ended up there. And then prosecuting, quote unquote, regular Americans who went into the capitol and did crimes on January 6th. What's the DoJ's batting average? You said 800 charged about 200 have taken plea deals? Approximately, and I think that that's going to be the vast majority here. I think they're going to end up getting plea deals with 90% or more of these cases. In the cases that have gone to trial, which is just four right now. They have won two jury convictions on felony charges, neither of them have been sentenced yet, but that's two for two, essentially on the jury trials, and then in two bench trials where a judge makes the entire decision, they've actually not fared so well. But it's only because it's one judge presided over both of those trials, judge Trevor mcfadden, and he is not a fan of the government's theories and any of these cases and agreed to acquit one defendant entirely and gave a partial acquittal to a second one. Wow. On what grounds? In the total acquittal case, he said that the defendant plausibly argued that he believed the capitol police gave him permission to go inside the building. That in some of the video, there was a video of a cop sort of gesturing and what the defendant thought was waving him in. And the judge said, you know, I looked at the video, I could see that. What the judge cited is what Matthew Martin didn't do on January 6th. The judge says, according to the evidence shown at trial, Matthew Martin wasn't screaming or shouting, wasn't crowding people. He was here. He was amid the mob, but the judge says he was not an impactful member of the mob. That's going to be problematic if other judges adopt that theory, but he does seem to be on an island this judge right now. Might these prosecutions of sort of low level insurrectionists go on past, say, Republicans winning the next midterm election? So that's one of the significant things about the Justice Department investigation, which is that there is not the same time pressure that there is on Congress. They have at least through the end of the Biden administration, the first term, if not beyond. And what we do know is DoJ thinks there were about 2000 to 2500 people who went inside the capitol that day. And they've only charged about 800. They're really serious about getting all of them. There may be a third of the way there. So they've got a long way to go. How do they even do that? How do they find all of these people that just walked in and then walked out that day? It's actually pretty remarkable. I mean, DoJ has made no secret that they consider this the most important investigation, possibly an American history, certainly the most complicated, as the committee is well aware the department is engaged in one of the most sweeping investigations in its history in connection with the January 6th attack on the capitol. And because of that, they've unloaded every tool in their arsenal to find these people. So they're using facial recognition software. They're geolocating people's cell phones who were there. They say, oh, we have a reasonable probability that you are inside the capitol from this time to this time. And these are showing up in court filings, all of these things. They're doing physical surveillance. They're following a lot of this comes from tips from neighbors, Friends, family members, colleagues, say, oh, my friend posted this on social media that's showing that they were inside the capitol. And then the FBI will run with that tip, go to these people's homes, track them, see what they're up to, and then eventually make the arrest. Even for people who are sort of on the lower end of the crime spectrum here. Is the DoJ getting as much blowback as the January 6th committee. I mean, there's still obviously a lot of members of the GOP, including the former president who say this whole thing is a sham. To be clear, the select committee is engaged in an unconstitutional, political investigation, a sham investigation. Do people get that mad about these sort of low level insurrectionists slash criminals getting prosecuted over a year after the fact? I would say not really and that's the biggest reason for that is that the sort of elected class of Republicans are still all in agreement that anyone who committed crimes at the Cabot they should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Well, anybody who committed crimes on January 6th should be prosecuted. If you entered the capitol and you committed acts of violence and you were there to hurt people, you should be prosecuted. And they are being prosecuted. And so you're not hearing these voices in Congress, even from some Trump allies in Congress saying what DoJ is doing to these rioters is inappropriate. You hearing bits of that. There's some question about political prosecutions that we hear from Republicans a lot. Are they targeting these people, not for their actions, but because of their political beliefs. But the January 6th commission is not the place to do this. That's what prosecutors are supposed to do. This commission is a partisan scam. That they're going after the purpose of that commission is to try to embarrass and smear and harass as many. That's what you believe. Get their hands on. To Republican colleagues are doing. Liz Cheney. Commission is doing. That's a very narrow slice of the Republicans in Congress, making that argument, a bigger slice of Trump world than Trump himself who is saying that, but it's not uniform across the Republican spectrum at the moment. And so at least as long as DoJ stays focused on the rioters, I don't think we're hearing that argument quite as forcefully. It's really interesting. So there isn't as much opposition to prosecuting like Gary the dental hygienist who was at the insurrection, but there is still this resistance to figure out why exactly this happened. Yes, and we've heard this in court come out quite a few times some judges who have been prosecuted. You sentencing these rioters or saying things like, you know, it's a little bit incongruous for us to be, you know, throwing the book at, you know, someone who just strolled into the capitol because Donald Trump told them to do it. And not going after the people who told them to do it. And so you hear that this discomfort within the legal system about why are we punishing the foot soldiers when the generals are out there, you know, Scot free, and now we do see evidence that DoJ has moved up the chain a little bit in that direction. And so that's when I think we're going to see more of that resistance and that all out pushback from Republicans, Trump world, that kind of thing. And what is that? That's just politics, I guess, huh?.

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January 6 Defendant Matthew Martin Found Not Guilty

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

January 6 Defendant Matthew Martin Found Not Guilty

"A January 6th defendant, Matthew Martin, has been completely exonerated on four separate misdemeanor charges by a judge. This was a so called bench trial. You can have a trial in which the judge decides or a trial in which the jury decides, well, Matthew Martin was smart. He decided to go for a for a bench trial. And I think he did that because the judge in question is, is in fact a Trump appointee, a guy named Meg fadden, and Trevor mcfadden. And mcfadden has although he was very pro prosecution in the beginning, he seems to have be slowly dawning on him what a racket this is and how they're going after people for doing essentially nothing.

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Media Ignores Story of First Jan. 6 Defendant Found Not Guilty

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 8 months ago

Media Ignores Story of First Jan. 6 Defendant Found Not Guilty

"If Matthew Martin, who is a New Mexico man who went to the capitol on January 6th, was convicted of the four misdemeanor counts that he faced. That'd be in the media. Mainstream media would cover that. That'd be a big story. They'd say, oh, here's another trumper. Here's a Trumpist. Here's an insurrectionist. And look at him, he's going to spend 15 months, 18 months, 23 months in jail. 'cause he's an instant. He tried to overturn the election and upend democracy as we know it, and he was worse than Pearl Harbor meets 9 11. Will Matthew Martin this contractor from New Mexico, who once referred apparently to January 6th. There's a very special magical day. Was unique. He was the first January 6th defendant to tell his story in his own words. In other words, he was the first defendant to testify on his own behalf. The judge, federal judge Trevor mcfadden, found him not guilty. Of all counts.

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American Greatness: Judge Acquits J6 Protester in First Defeat for DOJ

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 8 months ago

American Greatness: Judge Acquits J6 Protester in First Defeat for DOJ

"I spoke briefly the other day about a federal district judge in Washington D.C. by the name of Trevor mcfadden Who appears to be the only federal judge Who actually believes in the rule of law there And the Intrepid should be Pulitzer Prize winning but the Mark Levin award winning Julie Kelly An American greatness site Just posted the following D.C. district court judge Trevor mcfadden today delivered a major blow to the Justice Department's aggressive prosecution of January 6th protesters Following a bench trial this week from Matthew Martin in New Mexico man charged with the most common misdemeanors related to the capital protests Judge mcfadden found Martin not guilty on all counts It is literally the first acquittal in a January 6th case The first and only one Nearly 800 Americans have been arrested and charged mostly on petty offenses For their involvement in the four hour disturbance that day she writes

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:46 min | 9 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"Black female justice in the court's history Senators will have 30 minute rounds of questioning and Jackson will be able to respond to their specific points The federal judge temporarily blocking D.C. from enforcing a law that would allow children to be vaccinated without their parents consent Judge Trevor mcfadden ruling that it violates parents religious liberty to lawsuits were brought in 2021 by D.C. area parents Stay with me for more on these stories and just minutes It's 7 48 Traffic and weather on the 8s back to Rita now in the traffic center Right now if you're in Maryland it is eastbound on the ICC the inner county connector after shady grove road A single lane gets by the crash you're staying you're staying single lane to get by watch for the delays approaching and passing the scene You'll also find two 70 slow southbound out of urbana toward one O 9 Then again after one 21 inch stretches headed past 28 in Rockville then good to the lane divide onto the beltway On the beltway itself outer loop topside delays off of I 95 toward Georgia interloop also slowing between Connecticut and Georgia Trying to get into the district using 50 in the BW Parkway the delays remain on 50 near four ten on the BW Parkway near two O two headed on to D.C. two 95 to a point past these capital street but before Pennsylvania avenue that had been the scene of an earlier wreck If you're trying to get on to New York avenue delays on the ramp to the BW from the VW Parkway toward the anacostia river bridge And again a delay approaching the light at bladensburg road inbound on the suitland Parkway is crawling from silver hill road all the way to the light at Stanton road Now this usually happens when there is a traffic light issue So there may be some mistimed traffic lights at the suitland Parkway and Stanton road back in Maryland east about one 98 near 7th street a report of a wreck one O 8 near one O four Waterloo road and route 100 was a report of a crash In Virginia northbound 95 delays Dale City into woodbridge lorton into newington then in Springfield on to three 95 toward king street then delays northbound from The Pentagon headed across the 14th street bridge those delays in Springfield also head on to the inner loop of the beltway taking you into annandale with the lanes open eastbound 66 is still crawling through manassas between the two 34s the earlier wreck on the ramp from two 34 business to eastbound 66 has cleared but we still have delays both on the principle Parkway and two 34 business two 66 and northbound 28 is a mess out of an ass is trying to head into centerville with the lanes open Transform your smile with G four by goal plus precision implant dentistry technologies scheduled your consultation today get 5% off your procedure visit G four by gulpa dot com I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic My extend another cool start to what should be a pretty nice day Yeah temperatures in the 30s and 40s across the region but the winds are licensed on windshield And we are going to see an increase in cloud coverage there But what were.

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"Senators will have 30 minute rounds of questioning Jackson will be able to respond to their specific points A federal judge is temporarily blocking D.C. from enforcing a law that allows children to be vaccinated without parental consent Judge Trevor mcfadden ruled that it violates parents religious liberty two lawsuits were brought in 2021 by D.C. area appearance Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes ahead It's 5 48 Traffic and weather on the 8th year and its Rita Kessler in the traffic center Right now if you're on the beltway it's the outer loop of the beltway in Maryland prince George's county sing a little bit of volume trying to head toward the Baltimore Washington Parkway The crash between the exits for the Baltimore Washington Parkway overturned on the right side right lane is blocked with all the response on the scene Again with the less volume on the roadway right now there is a delay but not a huge one If you're on the beltway in Virginia the earlier delays in tysons have eased out everything looks good headed toward 66 in both directions and those work zones have cleared back in Maryland on two 70 southbound after 80 in urbana There'd been a wreck on the left side those delays look like they're easing So it may be cleared from the shoulder or there may still be a vehicle on the shoulder of the police may have just left the scene because it was always on the shoulder the police were drawing attention Southbound has a little bit of volume passing 85 also some volume passing one O 9 but then good to the lane divide headed on to either loop of the beltway Route four Pennsylvania avenue near the suitland Parkway was a report of a wreck starting to see some volume northbound so that may be the direction That is in in the district southbound D.C. two 95 starting to bog down a bit from burrows headed all the way toward east capitol street northbound looks good from the 11th street bridge trying to head toward eastern avenue inbound 50 seeing more volume trying to get on to New York avenue but New York avenue delay free toward the light at bladensburg road and continued toward the third street tunnel Join the YMCA in March with a $25 enrollment fee and enjoy free new member experiences like pickleball drop ins cooking classes and more visit YMCA D.C. dot org for details offer ends March 31st I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic Mike's Jennifer has our forecast looking this morning It's looking pretty good We'll see a good deal of sunshine this morning look for an increase in cloud cover later days low pressure comes their way But it will be a mile day and the winds will be lighter than yesterday Look for a high in.

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:18 min | 9 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"Looking at decreasing clouds heading through this Tuesday and mild eyes mid 60s to around 70 45° you're waking up to right now Do you think we do a D thank you for taking this along for your Tuesday morning rye topping the local stories we were looking at for you as we head into this day together We begin with the federal judge apparently blocking D.C. from enforcing a 2020 law that allows minors as young as 11 actually to be vaccinated without their parents knowledge Now over the summer two lawsuits from parents challenged this law D.C. district judge Trevor mcfadden who was appointed by former president Donald Trump granted preliminary injunctions in both of those suits ruling the law in his words targets religious parents The American medical association and similar organizations had filed an amicus brief in one of the lawsuits saying that minors should not be forced to go without potentially lifesaving vaccinations because of parent might punish them for it A Vienna school bus driver locally is accusing a group of teenagers of attacking him Last week the driver said they were driving erratically and assaulted him as he was recording their license plate number This happened not too far from the Vienna Woods swim in tennis club last week on Monday Please say they responded to a fight between a bus driver and three teens on Kingsley wrote southwest near cottage street around 5 p.m. The bus driver told police he was trying to get those teens license info when they attacked him throwing him to the ground He was trying to get that info because they'd been driving erratically running through stop signs and tailgating his bus Vienna police tell WTP they didn't arrest the teens they say they informed the driver about the process for pressing charges should he wish to do so Shayna sulan WTO news some people around here say they were attacked in a drive by paintball shooting around Pentagon city to be exact Arlene county police say this 42 people were walking near southeast street and 15th street south Friday evening heading into the weekend when a car apparently drove by and shot them with paintballs passenger in the suspect's car also hit a parked vehicle in the door to a business about 90 minutes later two more victims were then struck with paint balls walking in that same area One of the victims went to the hospital for treatment of a non life threatening injury police are looking this morning for a silver older model four door sedan but there are no descriptions of the suspects at this time You'll see at four O 6 work is now underway to free that cargo ship that's been stranded in the Chesapeake Bay for over a week The plan is to dredge the base muddy floor lighten the load then use tugboats from the ship's main engine to free the cargo ship The U.S. coast guard says it should take about a week to accomplish all this The ever forward operated by a Taiwan based company ran aground this month march 13th north of the Chesapeake Bay bridge en route to Norfolk Virginia at the time the grounded vessel is considered to be according to officials this morning stable possesses no pollution threat and is not impacting operations in the port of Baltimore He at four O 7 spring just arrived How do we know Because it was Sunday that was spring and then the official sign of spring arrived here in D.C. a day later It's really pretty Krishna Barra came down here from Jersey City New Jersey just to be here for peak bloom Absolutely it's worth all the effort to get.

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"Learn how and get a free offer at Orchard dot com That's Orchard dot com Double DT will be a two O three It is the morning 22nd of March 2022 clear to partly cloudy mild low in the 40s parts of the area by daybreak heard 48 in our nation's capital right now So Tuesday morning we thank you for taking us along for your Tuesday morning ride I deem laying topping the local stories we're looking at for you this morning We begin with the federal judge blocking D.C. we're told from enforcing a 2020 law that allows minors as young as 11 to be vaccinated without their parents knowledge Over the summer two lawsuits from parents challenged this law These he district judge Trevor mcfadden who was appointed by former president Donald Trump granted preliminary injunctions in both of those suits ruling the law in his words targets religious parents The American medical association and similar organizations have filed an amicus brief in this case in one of the lawsuits in fact saying that binary should not be forced to go without potentially lifesaving vaccinations because of parent might punish them A two O four locally of he and a school bus driver is this morning accusing a group of teenagers of attacking him just last week the driver says they were driving erratically at the time an assaulted him and as he was recording their license plate number for what they were doing This happened not too far from the Vienna Woods swim in tennis club last week on Monday Please say they responded to a fight between a bus driver and three teens on Kingsley wrote southwest near cottage street around 5 p.m. The bus driver told police he was trying to get those teens license info when they attacked him throwing him to the ground He was trying to get that info because they'd been driving erratically running through stop signs and tailgating his bus Vienna police tell WTO they didn't arrest the teens they say they informed the driver about the process for pressing charges should he wish to do so Shayna sulan WTO news Some people say they were attacked by a drive by paintball shooting around Pentagon city recently Harley the county police say this 42 people were walking near southeast street and 15th street 15th street south that would be around 7 30 just ahead of the weekend Friday night When a car drove by and shot them with paintballs a passenger in the suspect's car also hit a parked vehicle and the door to a business About 90 minutes later two more victims were struck with paint balls while walking in the area One of the victims went to the hospital for treatment of what's considered non life threatening injuries Police are looking this morning for a silver older model four door sedan they say but there are no descriptions as of yet of the suspects in the case Work is underway to free that cargo ship that's been stranded in the Chesapeake Bay for over a week now The plan here we're told is to dredge the base muddy floor release the lighten the load so that would help lighten the load then use tugboats and the ship's main engine to free the cargo ship altogether U.S. coast guard says it should take about a week to accomplish all of this The ever forward operated by a Taiwan based company ran aground this month march 13th north of the Chesapeake Bay bridge en route to Norfolk Virginia the grounded vessel is stable They say this morning poses no pollution threat and is not impacting operations at least not right now from the port of Baltimore They are here spring arrives and on Sunday doing so then the official side of spring arrived next Here in D.C. a day later And it's really pretty Krishna Barra came down here from Jersey City New Jersey just to be here for peak bloom Absolutely it's worth all the effort to get here It just looks like all.

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:49 min | 9 months ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"In the nation's capital Good evening I'm Christopher Cruise the top local stories we're following the shower a federal judge in the district has blocked a D.C. law that took effect in 2020 that allows children as young as 11 to be vaccinated without their parent knowledge Two parents had challenged the law over the summer Trump appointee judge Trevor mcfadden granted preliminary injunctions in both of those suits in his ruling he said the law targets religious parents The American medical association and other organizations had filed a brief in support of the law They said minors should not be forced to go without potentially lifesaving vaccinations because the parent might punish them A school bus driver says he was attacked by a group of teenagers in Vienna near the Vienna wood swim and tennis club It all started when the bus driver says he noticed a car with three teens in it driving erratically blowing through stop signs and driving too closely behind his bus The bus driver followed their car and stopped to record their license plate The teens trying to stop him from jotting down that info threw him to the ground and started attacking him That's what the driver told Vienna police who say this happened last week Monday Please say they got to the scene on Kingsley wrote southwest near cottage street shortly after 5 p.m. They tell WTO P the teens weren't arrested it's up to the driver to press charges Shana sulan WTO news The 29 year old toe Tucker tow truck driver who was killed Saturday night in a road rage shooting has been identified as delonte hicks Maryland state police say it looks like hicks was arguing with another driver on eastbound route 50 and hyattsville At the intersection of veterans highway the other driver pulled a gun fired at hicks and hit him That was about 6 o'clock in the evening police say after the shooting the gunman drove off possibly in a dark sedan If you know anything about the shooting the state police would like to hear from you 5 minutes past 11 o'clock now After being grounded near the port of Baltimore for more than a week a cargo ship should soon be free The coast guard says work is now underway to free the nearly 1100 foot ever forward which ran aground north of the Chesapeake Bay bridge on March 13th The plan involves dredging the bay's muddy floor releasing ballast to lighten the load and using tugboats and the ship's engine to free the vessel it should take about a week The Maryland port administration is saying the dredged materials will be used to help rebuild poplar island off the eastern shore which has suffered severe erosion Peak bloom hit on the tidal basin just a day after spring arrived I just think it is the most beautiful sight Barbara paulus of Germantown got lucky on her day off taking lots of pictures of Those beautiful white flowers You see everything.

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Out to JFK or clocking that as a 24 minute trip no problems at the Hudson River crossings I'm Jake valley I'm on your radio You guys On the 77 WABC air and on all your devices From play 77 W ABC He's here Now broadcasting from the underground command post Deep in the bowels of a hidden funker somewhere under the brick and steel of a non district building We have once again made contact with our leader Love then You're listening to the best of the Mark Levin show have a very Merry Christmas And our American mark of in here are number 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one well We have a judge appointed by president Trump by the name of Trevor mcfadden Is a district court judge in Washington D.C. and a lot of these district court judges I've explained this in the past Are not really the selection of a sitting president A lot of times you have to make deals To get them through the Senate So they make deals on district court judges not on circuit court judges unless that's changed And certainly not on Supreme Court Justices But you have situations in one you have a Republican president and you're looking at a Democrat area like the District of Columbia Well they'll cut a deal Let's say there's two trial judge seats that are open district court judge seats that are open And what they'll do the Democrats on Capitol Hill they'll say look we're going to block you guys If you try and put to Republicans in there so a president typically has to say all right look I'll get one and you pick one Or maybe there's three openings In and around New York City federal judge slots And a president will say I'm taking two I'll give you one I've seen that happen It had to happen with rag and it's happened with everybody But we drew the line at the appellate courts and certainly at the Supreme Court and I certainly hope Republican presidents have continued to do that So even though Trevor mcfadden was appointed by nominated by and then confirmed by the Senate by president Trump it doesn't mean he's a Trump guy If you get my point is that pretty clear mister So we have this piece in the hill by Naomi Jagoda In Harper and I dig beats me Anyway federal judge yesterday dismissed an effort from former president Trump to prevent the Treasury Department on IRS from providing House Democrats with his tax returns Look how it's Trump They dismissed his effort to protect his tax returns from Congress Now folks Donald Trump is a private citizen There is absolutely no reason for Congress to have his tax returns None Do you have no of any ex-president that has been treated this way In this latest attack I mean do you know any president that's been treated this way Ex-president They don't want to know about George HW Excuse me George W. Bush's taxes They don't want to know anything about Obama and the hundreds of millions that he's pulled in Why not Now I'm telling you right now when the Republicans if the Republicans take the house and I want to talk about that in a minute if the Republicans take the house they damn well better get on their bikes here They should target Obama or Clinton and somebody and demand their taxes And if the judges think it's no big deal that Congress has a legitimate effort and trying to make tax policy based on what public officials are doing then they should subpoena these discharges taxes and Supreme Court Justices taxes Why suggest the president or former president in this case There's no legislative purpose here But if there is and if that's the holding if that's the adjudication then fine Then start subpoenaing tax returns from judges and justices from former Democrat president saddle put an end of this nice and fast They got to learn how to fight fire with fire There's such wusses man I say what's this mister Biden I think I will It's just ridiculous Absolutely absurd In this mcfadden writes in a 45 page opinion a long line of Supreme Court cases requires great deference to facially valid congressional inquiries This is not a facially valid congressional inquiry By using that language and embracing that position he comes up with his result Even the special solicitude accorded former presidents does not alter the outcome The court will therefore dismiss the case But he was nice enough to stay his decision for 14 days for an appeal For an appeal And House ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal another hack for Pelosi He's requested Trump's tax returns from the IRS He praised the ruling Now this ruling should be used to go after Pelosi The Speaker of the House no why Well let me remind you about speaker Pelosi Eva stretch Pelosi Let me remind you about Pelosi I can find my damn list of audio mister producer But what's the one before She was asked today right She was asked today If members should be prohibited from trading stocks go ahead.

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well We have a judge appointed by president Trump by the name of Trevor mcfadden He is a district court judge in Washington D.C. and a lot of these district court judges I've explained this in the past Are not really the selection of a sitting president A lot of times you have to make deals To get them through the Senate So they make deals on district court judges not on circuit court judges unless that's changed And certainly not on Supreme Court Justices But you have situations in one you have a Republican president and you're looking at a Democrat area like the District of Columbia Where they'll cut a deal Let's say there's two trial judge seats that are open district court judge seats that are open And what they'll do the Democrats on Capitol Hill they'll say look we're going to block you guys If you try and put to Republicans in there so a president typically has to say all right look I'll get one and you pick one Or maybe there's three openings In and around New York City federal judge slots And a president will say I'm taking two I'll give you one I've seen that happen It had to happen with rag and it's happened with everybody But we drew the line at the appellate courts and certainly at the Supreme Court and I certainly hope Republican presidents have continued to do that So even though Trevor mcfadden was appointed by nominated by and then confirmed by the Senate by a president Trump it doesn't mean he's a Trump guy If you get my point is that pretty clear mister Medusa So we have this piece in the hill by Naomi Jagoda In Harper Nye dig beats me Anyway federal judge yesterday dismissed an effort from former president Trump to prevent the Treasury Department at IRS from providing House Democrats with his tax returns Look how it's Trump They dismissed his effort to protect his tax returns from Congress Now folks Donald Trump is a private citizen There is absolutely no reason for Congress to have his tax returns None Do you have no of any ex-president that has been treated this way In this latest attack I mean do you know any president that's been treated this way Ex-president They don't want to know about George HW Excuse me George W. Bush's taxes They don't want to know anything about Obama and the hundreds of millions that he's pulled in Why not Now I'm telling you right now when the Republicans if the Republicans take the house and I want to talk about that in a minute if the Republicans take the house they damn well better get on their bikes here They should target Obama or Clinton and somebody and demand their taxes And if the judges think it's no big deal that Congress has a legitimate effort and trying to make tax policy based on what public officials are doing then they should subpoena these This judge is taxes and Supreme Court Justices taxes Why suggest the president our former president in this case There's no legislative purpose here But if there is and if that's the holding if that's the adjudication then fine Then start subpoenaing tax returns from judges and justices From former Democrat president that'll put an end of this nice and fast They got to learn how to fight fire with fire They're such wusses May I say what's this mister Biden I think I will It's just ridiculous Absolutely absurd In this mcfadden writes in a 45 page opinion a long line of Supreme Court cases requires great deference to facially valid congressional inquiries This is not a facially valid congressional inquiry By using that language and embracing that position he comes up with his result Even the special solicitude accorded former presidents does not alter the outcome The court will therefore dismiss the case But he was nice enough to stay his decision for 14 days for an appeal For an appeal And House ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal another hack for Pelosi He's requested Trump's tax returns from the IRS He praised the ruling Now this ruling should be used to go after Pelosi The Speaker of the House now why Well let me remind you about speaker Pelosi Eva stretch Pelosi let me remind you about Pelosi I can find my damn list of audio mister producer But what's the one before She was asked today right She was asked today If members should be prohibited from trading stocks go ahead Insider just continue to provide more investigation And a 182 senior congressional factors have violated the stock app I wonder if you have any reactions to that and secondly should members of Congress and there's a thousand individuals So.

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Mark Levin Gives an Inside Look on Appointing Federal Judges

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Mark Levin Gives an Inside Look on Appointing Federal Judges

"We have a judge appointed by president Trump by the name of Trevor mcfadden He is a district court judge in Washington D.C. and a lot of these district court judges I've explained this in the past Are not really the selection of a sitting president A lot of times you have to make deals To get them through the Senate So they make deals on district court judges not on circuit court judges unless that's changed And certainly not on Supreme Court Justices But you have situations in one you have a Republican president and you're looking at a Democrat area like the District of Columbia Where they'll cut a deal Let's say there's two trial judge seats that are open district court judge seats that are open And what they'll do the Democrats on Capitol Hill they'll say look we're going to block you guys If you try and put to Republicans in there so a president typically has to say all right look I'll get one and you pick one Or maybe there's three openings In and around New York City federal judge slots And a president will say I'm taking two I'll give you one I've seen that happen It had to happen with rag and it's happened with everybody But we drew the line at the appellate courts and certainly at the Supreme Court and I certainly hope Republican presidents have continued to do that So even though Trevor mcfadden was appointed by nominated by and then confirmed by the Senate by a president Trump it doesn't mean he's a Trump guy If you get my point is that pretty clear mister

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"Up the house tonight takes up the issue of holding a former top Trump adviser in contempt of Congress On Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller Information that might come from suing the Proud Boys and those keepers for damages I'm Christie king The United States tops 800,000 COVID deaths In Washington it's 9 31 The House votes tonight on whether to move ahead with contempt of Congress against Mark Meadows who served as former president Trump's White House chief of staff Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill Meadows released thousands of documents to the January 6th select committee including emails and texts but he then declined to appear for a deposition The vice chair of the panel is Cheney says he still needs to answer a lot of questions about the insurrection and former president Trump noting many people texted Meadows about the violence as it happened Imploring that mister Trump take the specific action we all know his duty required Some of those text messages madam speaker came from members in the chamber right now But Indiana Republican Jim banks accuses members of the committee of trying to punish political opponents They don't care about fairness or due process On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news New tonight the house has approved a bill to empower the capital police chief to unilaterally request the assistance of the D.C. National Guard The legislation comes in the wake of the January 6th D.C. National Guard assistance In the wake of January 6th D.C. National Guard assistance was delayed for more than three hours during the capitol riot The capital police chief can now request National Guard assistance without the approval of the capitol police board the vote in the House was unanimous the bill which passed the Senate yesterday is now off to President Biden's desk to be signed D.C. has filed a civil suit against the Proud Boys and oath keepers claiming the extremist groups conspired to plan and carry out the January 6th attack on the capitol The suit seeks damages although it's unclear whether the groups have any money Whether there is in fact restitution or recompense accountability is important D.C. attorney general Carl Racine talking about the city civil suit against the Proud Boys and oath keepers seeking damages We can't wait to propound searing questions about the finances of these individuals and these groups From where did the money come The suit has filed under local and federal laws including the Ku Klux Klan act of 1871 designed to protect against violent conspiracies on Capitol Hill Christie king WTP news In response to that suit and attorney representing two members of the groups tells The Washington Post tonight you can't file a fantasy in court They say there were clearly violent people who assaulted police that day but that wasn't the Proud Boys or the oath keepers Former president Trump's attempt to block congressional Democrats from getting his tax returns has been rejected by D.C. federal judge In a 45 page ruling judge Trevor mcfadden wrote that Trump was quote wrong on the law and dismissed the lawsuit but the ruling doesn't mean those tax records have to be turned over right away and the judge is delaying the impact of his ruling for 14 days so the case can be appealed to the D.C. circuit Court of Appeals The House oversight committee has been trying to obtain Trump's tax return since 2019 In a party line vote the set of degree to raise the debt ceiling to about $31 trillion On this vote the yeas are 50 the nays are 49 and the joint resolution is passed The vote came just one day shy of a deadline said by treasury secretary Jenny Yellen who warned last month that she was running out of maneuvering room to avoid the nation's first ever default The measure now moves to the house where a vote could come as early as tonight New tonight the United States death toll from COVID-19 has topped 800,000 people A once unimaginable figure is seen as doubly tragic given that more than 200,000 of those lives were lost after the vaccine became available practically for the asking last spring The number of deaths as compiled by Johns Hopkins University is about equal to the population of Atlanta and St. Louis combined or Minneapolis in Cleveland put together It is roughly equivalent to how many Americans die each year from heart disease and stroke The United States has the highest reported toll of any country It's 7 to make that 9 35 If you got the J&J COVID vaccine and got a booster will you need a third shot Recipients of Johnson & Johnson's vaccine who got a single COVID-19 booster shot may need a third dose to match the protection of boosted Pfizer and Moderna recipients That's according to early findings shared today by government funded scientists in Massachusetts One of several studies released today testing antibodies from vaccinated people against mockups of the autocrane variant That CBS News correspondent Alexander ten It's 9 36 We'll check traffic in the forecast coming up on Are.

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Trump loses bid to block his tax returns from Congress

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Trump loses bid to block his tax returns from Congress

"Hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross you're you're reporting reporting a a judge judge rules rules against against former former president president trump trump in in his his bid bid to to block block Congress Congress from from getting getting his his tax tax returns returns former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump has has been been dealt dealt a a legal legal setback setback in in his his bid bid to to keep keep his his tax tax returns returns from from congressional congressional scrutiny scrutiny U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Trevor Trevor McFadden McFadden has has ruled ruled the the chairman chairman of of the the house house ways ways and and means means committee committee has has broad broad authority authority and and the the treasury treasury department department should should provide provide the the trump trump tax tax returns returns to to the the committee committee but but fatten fatten a a former former justice justice department department official official and and trump trump appointee appointee wrote wrote in in his his ruling ruling even even if if the the former former president president is is right right on on the the facts facts he's he's wrong wrong on on the the law law the the committee committee wants wants access access to to trump's trump's personal personal and and business business tax tax returns returns from from twenty twenty thirteen thirteen through through twenty twenty eighteen eighteen the the judge judge stayed stayed his his ruling ruling for for two two weeks weeks giving giving trump's trump's legal legal team team time time to to file file an an appeal appeal Mike Mike Rossi Rossi at at Washington Washington

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"Honor those lost As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the U.S. the latest CBS News poll finds nearly one third of Americans who are vaccinated have no plans to get a booster shot In spite of evidence that regular vaccinations are not enough to protect against the omicron variant A legal loss for former president Trump and his attempt to keep his tax returns from a House committee Legal analyst Laurie Levinson Former president Donald Trump suffered a real setback today when his own appointee to the federal court judge Trevor mcfadden held that indeed conquered could get a hold of Trump's former tax returns The judge ruled that Congress legislative interest outweighs any difference mister Trump should receive as a former president The U.S. House is set to vote on whether to recommend criminal contempt charges against former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows GOP representative Liz Cheney with the House select committee said during debate Mister Meadows is in contempt He must testify and I urge my colleagues to vote yes on this resolution If the House votes in favor of contempt charges it is referred to the Department of Justice which will make its own determination The death toll in 5 states is up to 88 after Friday's deadly tornadoes in the country's midsection President Biden will visit Kentucky tomorrow to get a firsthand look at the damage CBS's lilia Luciano in Dawson springs Cattle rancher Denny Miller says he has seen tornadoes in his lifetime but none like the one that took the lives of his brother Billy and his wife They lived.

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"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"trevor mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP

"T o p. Never miss a moment. W T O P s top news has brought to you by van Meter homes. Find a home. That's right for you at van meter homes dot com. Good evening. I'm Kyle Cooper Lawrence. But Tony Act is our producer. Coming up. Governors in states across the country say they are not getting the vaccine doses they need. Dozens of cold cases got thought land. Here. Thanks to a local tech company. I'm John Doman. Montgomery County leaders discussed the need for safer roads for students. I'm Melissa held in Washington and 7 31 CBS News Brief. State leaders are calling for more Corona virus vaccines as a number of cases sore limiting factor for us, as it is for every state is simply the number of doses. Vaccine being allocated to us on a weekly basis. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards TV and radio personality Larry King has died in an interview. He revealed why people opened up to him during his sit down. We're going to get a fair shake, and the show is about them, not me. King was 87 Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny remains in a Russian prison cell correspondent Elizabeth Palmer says he could be in danger for his life again. Last communication from the Valley smuggled out of his detention center was ominous. Essentially, he said, I am a sound mind. So if something happens to me Don't believe it was suicide. Navalny was arrested last weekend when he returned to Moscow from Germany. He was recovering there from nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin. CBS News brief I'm Lisa Matteo 7 32 federal judge has issued a temporary order requiring the Treasury Department to give former President Trump's personal lawyers 72 hours notice before providing Trump's tax returns to House Democrats. The order was issued by Judge Trevor McFadden, who was appointed by President Trump The House Ways and Means Committee wants to get a look at the former president's taxes as part of an investigation you order last until February 5th. The hearing on the taxes was requested by Trump's lawyers trying to get clarity on the lawsuit. Protests have erupted in over 60 Russian cities, demanding the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Protest stretched across Russia's vast territory where some demonstrators took to the streets and temperatures as low as minus 58 F. The rain shows how the value in his anti corruption campaign have built a network of support despite government repression developed. His wife, Julia, was among.

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U.S. judge denies Democrats' lawsuit to stop border wall funds

Lee Mathews

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. judge denies Democrats' lawsuit to stop border wall funds

"A federal judge rejects the house challenge to remove border wolf funding. The Trump administration can now spend billions of dollars to build it Jenkins. Reports. The president celebrating in speaker Pelosi, not happy with the democrat led house. Brought this lawsuit to stop wall funding arguing that spinning violated the preparations clause of the constitution but US district judge Trevor McFadden in DC tossing the lawsuit ruling if the courts were not the place to settle this legislative funding fight. Cigna house, quote cannot conscripted judiciary in political turf war with the president judgment, fat, and writing this, while the constitution bestowed upon members of the house, many powers, it does not grant them standing to heal the executive branch into court, claiming a delusion of Congress's legislative authority. No word whether Democrats

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