35 Burst results for "U. S Capitol"

Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Returns to House

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 4 d ago

Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Returns to House

"Supreme Court today without opinion without opining Under John Roberts has ordered that president Trump's last 6 years of his tax returns are to be presented to the House of Representatives Now this is really an extraordinary ruling To what ends well the House of Representatives under the Democrats still use president Trump's tax returns For political ends they will leak them Then we'll try and trigger further criminal investigations They will bring on phony experts on TV to say this is a violation That's this That's that And it's never ending In the Supreme Court ordered this There's a silver lining not for president Trump but for the Republicans on Capitol Hill And I'm telling you I'm going to hold their feet to the fire This is no joke here We're not patsies here The only thing we are special pleaders for is liberty and the truth You're going to investigate the Biden family The House judiciary committee The House oversight committee Then you just need to see the tax returns of every Biden family matter a member who is in the Biden crime family Hunter Biden's tax returns James Biden's tax returns The rest of the extended family and Joe Biden's tax returns

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Supreme Court OKs handover of Trump tax returns to Congress

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Supreme Court OKs handover of Trump tax returns to Congress

"After a three year legal fight, the Supreme Court has approved the handover of Donald Trump's tax returns to a House committee. There were no noted dissents as the high court rejected Trump's plea for an order that could have blocked the Treasury Department from giving 6 years of returns for both him and his businesses to the House ways and means committee. If Trump had persuaded the court to step in, he could have essentially run out the clock on the Democrat controlled committee since Republicans who will take over the house next year would almost certainly have dropped the request. It's Trump's third high court loss this year. The justices earlier refused to step into the fight over an FBI search of his Florida estate and did not stop the national archives from handing over documents to the panel investigating the capitol riot, Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Cheryl Chumley: Will Kevin McCarthy Become the House Speaker?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

Cheryl Chumley: Will Kevin McCarthy Become the House Speaker?

"You look at the politics that's being played right now on Capitol Hill. Kevin McCarthy does not have the numbers. We had congressman Ralph Norman on the show yesterday. He says he knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that McCarthy is not going to get to the magic number of two 18. What are you hearing out there? I'm here in mixed mixed signals, but I suspected that that uncertainty about the numbers is why Kevin McCarthy is coming forward. And taking a strong conservative stand about keeping Ilhan Omar off certain committees. And going after some of the other Democrats who have been loudly pro China and anti Israel over the couple last couple of years. So I think that's why he's coming out and making these public stands. But I've heard a mix that he does have the numbers that he doesn't have the numbers. I guess we'll just have to wait to see.

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Musk restores Trump's Twitter account after online poll

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Musk restores Trump's Twitter account after online poll

"Donald Trump's account is back on Twitter Twitter's new owner Elon Musk says he took a poll a nearly 52% of those responding said Donald Trump's account should be reinstated Musk says the people have spoken and the account was restored with some 60,000 old tweets Trump was banned by the previous executives after the insurrection at the U.S. capitol in 2021 for spreading falsehoods on the site like this We had a very disgraceful election We got many millions of votes more than we had in 2016 as you all know And the result was a disgrace in my opinion Absolute sham that was Trump online Saturday addressing a Republican Jewish forum since he was banned from Twitter Trump has been using his own social media site called truth social I'm Jackie Quinn

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Rep. Matt Rosendale Doesn't Know How Kevin McCarthy Will Get the Votes

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 6 d ago

Rep. Matt Rosendale Doesn't Know How Kevin McCarthy Will Get the Votes

"Things going on with Kevin McCarthy and we're going to have an update of all the shenanigans right now with a new guest on the show from Montana's second congressional district, a man who served in the House of Representatives in Montana in the Senate. He has been the Senate majority leader and we are delighted to have congressman Matt rosendale with us on America first wink, welcome congressman. Doctor gorka, it's good to be with you today. All right, so tell us what was going on on Capitol Hill yesterday and today, and there's quite a few people who have the letter R after their name who do not want Kevin McCarthy to be the speaker. Is that correct? That is correct. We can not continue to put the same people in to lead this conference and use the same rules that they have been utilizing for the last several years and hope and pray that maybe we'll get a different outcome. Absolutely. Now, one of the things I heard is that for an hour and a half, Marjorie Taylor Greene was negotiating behind closed doors with Kevin McCarthy. Do you know anything about that? Because that disturbs me a little bit. That I can not speak to, what I will tell you is I think that there's probably going to be a lot of discussions that take place over the next 40 days leading up to January the third when mister McCarthy is going to have to try to accumulate 200 and 18 votes on the floor. He did not receive that yesterday. He didn't receive 200. I'm sure a lot of your listeners listen heard the quote from representative Matt Gaetz yesterday. He didn't get 200. He didn't get 190. And so if you couldn't acquire 218 votes over the last 6 years, how is it that you expect to gather the additional 30 that you need over the next 40 days?

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Feds: Oath Keepers sought 'violent overthrow' of government

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Feds: Oath Keepers sought 'violent overthrow' of government

"Closing arguments are being presented in this seditious conspiracy alt keepers trial in Washington I Norman hall the prosecution has made its closing statements in the seditious conspiracy trial of oath keepers founders Stuart Rhodes and for associates of federal jury was told that the man discussed using violence to overthrow the results of the 2020 election and when rioters started storming the capitol they saw an opportunity to do it assistant U.S. attorney Catherine rakosi told jurors that Rhodes owned words show he was preparing to lead a rebellion to keep Democrat Joe Biden out of The White House She said Rhodes and his co defendants repeatedly called for a violent overthrow of the government road to Torres sought to downplay the violent rhetoric as venting and insisted there was no agreement or conspiracy Nor can hall Washington

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Meet the Special Prosecutor Who Will Decide Whether to Charge Trump - The Daily Beast

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Meet the Special Prosecutor Who Will Decide Whether to Charge Trump - The Daily Beast

"Attorney general Merrick Garland has named a special counsel to oversee Donald Trump related probes The Justice Department's investigating classified documents found at Trump's Florida estate and there's also a separate probe involving the capitol riot and bids to undo the 2020 election Both have political implications involving an ex-president running for The White House again given that and President Biden's intention to run It is in the public interest to appoint a special counsel Garland says Justice Department veteran Jack smith's appointment will let prosecutors continue their work indisputably guided by only the facts and law in

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Kathleen Madigan Wants the Wheels of Justice to Move Faster on Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:20 min | Last week

Kathleen Madigan Wants the Wheels of Justice to Move Faster on Trump

"Was going to say, you know, stuff that Donald Trump, we how many, how many years have we been making fun of Donald Trump? And yet there is something sad and hilarious, but also kind of terrifying about him declaring for president again. How did you feel about that whole thing? Well, let me put in the context of my Missouri and Tennessee, my friends that are Trump fans. Oh my God. They've all moved on. Yeah. They moved on to desantis. They moved on to Ron, because they think that he's like more presentable. I would say, which I don't disagree with. I think if we're going to say is which person is crazy, we're going to go with Donald, like which person you may disagree with everything Ron DeSantis says, but he doesn't seem like a lunatic. Yeah. It just seems like he seems like somebody you could sit down with and say, hey, a, B, and C and you're going to get DE and F back. Instead of Trump going, I don't care. I don't know. You tell me you're an idiot. I think they seem to be happy. I don't even think he really cares. I think he's just going to go over. I really seriously no kidding. I think at this point it's about merch. Yeah. He's become he's become a road comic. That's why now it's maga, because now they have to buy a new hat, right? Make America great and glorious, again. Well, glorious. I go, oh, that's going to be hard. That was going to be a lot of misspellings. I feel like a struggle. A lot of rally starts to say glare is. Yeah, I think it wants to do the rallies to raise money and sell merch. Yeah. Well, Travis and I have a dream that we could get the trifecta. He will be indicted in prison and run third party. So there are still, you know. Possibilities. We can have it all. Yeah. Yeah. You guys are very, very hopeful, I see. Yeah. I don't I've lost faith in the, I know the wheels of justice move slowly, but I don't understand how you can orchestrate and then say ready set go to attack on the capitol and then you get to run again. Right. That's why people lose faith in all this. There doesn't seem to be repercussions. Maybe there will be, like, my dad was a lawyer to judge at all that. He goes, give it time. I'm like, you'll be dead, Dan. How much time are we talking about?

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CBP agent dies in shootout with suspected smugglers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

CBP agent dies in shootout with suspected smugglers

"A costumes and border protection agent and a suspected smuggler died during a shootout off the Puerto Rico coast a unit was on routine patrol when the shots were fired in an area considered a major drug smuggling corridor for cocaine coming out of South America at a Capitol Hill hearing Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas spoke about the shooting These are a brave members of our air and marine operations within U.S. customs and border protection So the difficulty of this job can not be compared to the difficulty that our frontline personnel face every

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Accountability Is Coming

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: Accountability Is Coming

"Congressman Jim Jordan, the fiery feisty warrior from Ohio. Who is whip smart he's like a dog with a bone and moments ago on Capitol Hill, here was congressman Jim Jordan, part of the newly Republican controlled House of Representatives oversight saying there's going to be an accountability coming because a new sheriff in town. We're going to try to help represent comer and the team here at oversight with our work on judiciary, but with a specific focus on what the FBI was doing. When we know these 51 former Intel officials, they got security clearance. How often are they talking to the FBI? Are they talking to the FBI? Who's doing the talk? And who's doing the briefing? Were they brief, there's so many questions that need answers so we can get to the bottom of this. And the final thing I would say is this. A colleague of mine said this in a committee hearing a few weeks ago. Mister Gates, he said, what is the FBI going to quit interfering with elections? 2016, they spied on president Trump's campaign 2018. It was the Mueller investigation 2020. They suppressed information about the Hunter Biden story 2022. They're rated the president's home 91 days before an election. Maybe it'd be nice if the FBI the Justice Department just stayed out of it, let me the people decide who we think should represent us who we think should lead us. That's supposed to be how America works. So this is the focus on the judiciary committee, the political nature of the Justice Department, and the linkage now to what was happening with the Hunter Biden story. Again, just 15 days before we have presidential election.

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Facebook still banning Trump — for now — despite campaign

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Facebook still banning Trump — for now — despite campaign

"Facebook is still banning Trump for now Donald Trump's suspension from Facebook and Instagram will stand for now despite his candidacy for president meta which owns both platforms says it has no plans to lift the ban on Trump which was imposed after the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol Trump may not have to wait long to return however as the suspension will be reconsidered in January One change will be immediate as a candidate Trump will no longer be subject to Facebook fact checks That's because under Facebook rules comments by elected officials and candidates for office are not subject to fact checks on its site over at YouTube a ban imposed following the January 6th attack does remain in place Twitter's new owner Elon Musk has criticized Twitter's decision to boot the former president but said it will be up to a content moderation committee to decide whether to reinstate fan users I'm Lisa dwyer

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 Police in Mexico spot dog with human arm in its mouth

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Police in Mexico spot dog with human arm in its mouth

"Police in Mexico spotted a dog with a human arm in his mouth I'm Lisa dwyer Police in southern Mexico say they detected a dismembered human body after spotting a dog trotting down the street with a human arm in its mouth It's the third time in the last month the canines have been seen in Mexico trotting off with human body parts Police in the southern state of Oaxaca said they responded to a call in the state capitol about a black dog carrying the human arm State prosecutors later said the discovery led them to find other parts of a dismembered body In late October residents of another town in north central Mexico saw a dog running down the street with the human head in its mouth In that case the head and other body parts had been left in an automatic teller booth alongside a message referring to a drug cartel but before police could act a stray dog made off with the corpse's head

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Dinesh Evaluates the Significance of Trump’s Big Announcement

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:14 min | Last week

Dinesh Evaluates the Significance of Trump’s Big Announcement

"Okay, he's in. He's doing it. He's running for president. Trump made his big announcement last night at Mar-a-Lago. And well, Debbie and I were invited, but we weren't there. I had, well, I had the podcast. I had my local Q&A, which is a live back and forth. It's very interesting. A lot of it focused on this topic and also on midterm results. Where we go forward. And then Debbie and I were like, hey, Trump is announcing right now. Let's go watch. So Danielle and Brandon were in the audience at Mar-a-Lago, but we were not media. We're watching. And of course it was a little bit of deja vu. We know that room. We know that atmosphere we were kind of scrolling through the audience to see if there were people we recognize and there were some and yet as Trump was talking, Debbie was like, man, this guy, you know, he's well into his 70s and why does he do it? What's motivating him? You know, he gets so much attack and the attacks are so vicious and they're not going to stop. And sure enough, in fact, this morning, I look on social media and look at this. This is from NPR. Breaking. This is the headline. Donald Trump who tried to overthrow the results of the 2020 presidential election and inspired a deadly riot at the capitol in a desperate attempt to keep himself in power, has filed to run for president again at 2024. That's the headline. And it just shows you really what clowns these people in the media are. They're not even pretending to be neutral or unbiased. I mean, you could think of it. You could rewrite that headline like this. In fact, this is Bruce border, but kind of quote tweeting it. And he rewrites the headline. President breaking, president Donald Trump, who is widely believed to have won 2020 election that was plagued with unverifiable mail in ballots, untrustworthy electronic voting machines and unexplained vote counting stop and simultaneous across multiple states has filed to run for president. Think of it, if there was conservatives dominated the media, they could do this. This would be the kind of, and the point is not that this is a legitimate headline, but this is parodying the stupid headline coming from NPR, which is basically now a national joke, at least in terms of doing any kind of journalism. But back to Trump, his point is, you know, a normal person would retreat from the field. It would be like, I've got a great life, Mar-a-Lago's a lot nicer than The White House. Why do I actually want, do I need the headache? What is Trump's motivation? Is it just the Trump as like he loves being president? And he wants to be president again. It's just fun. Is it that is it a vindication? You know what? I got, I lost the trophy last time. I was unjustly deprived of it. I need to win again just to show and vindicate myself. Is that it? Is it just simple patriotism? Trump is like, you know what? I love the country. And even though I'm I could be sitting on a beach somewhere and just sipping a cocktail. I'm going to do this because I believe. Honestly, believe I could make the country a better

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Sean Feucht Describes His Upcoming 'Kingdom to the Capitol' Tour

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | Last week

Sean Feucht Describes His Upcoming 'Kingdom to the Capitol' Tour

"Want to talk to my friend Sean Foyt, Sean, we love to kick off the day with a blond surfer dude wearing the let us worship T-shirt, sweatshirt. You are in California with your family. But I wanted to talk to you before we launch into everything with abdu Murray who really is amazing. You are doing something next year that when I heard about this, I said, this is exciting. And I want to get my audience excited about this. I hope that I can join you for a lot of this, but talk about what you call this tour that you're doing next year. Yeah, so the lord gave us this kind of mandate because nobody would do anything that's crazy without hearing from God, but called kingdom to the capitol, which is basically taking the battle, taking the fight of worship prayer, activism to every single U.S. state capitol. So meaning 50 states, 50 capitals and in a post row era, it's increasingly more important that we bring the fight for life for justice for education for everything to the capitals of every state. And so what we're doing is in 2023 and 2024, we're mobilizing the church of America in every single state to gather on the steps of their state capital and it looks like next year we're probably going to do about 26, 27 capitals and then do the remaining capitals in 2024. We're partnering with turning point faith USA, which is going to be really fun and a bunch of amazing Friends. It is going to be the wildest tour. I'm telling you guys, you got to pray with us, join us. We're going to come to your state, your capital. You can go to kingdom to the capitol dot com to sign up. That's capital with an O, by the way. Kingdom to the capitol dot com sign up, find out when we're coming to your capital.

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Could Liz Cheney Become the New House Speaker?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | Last week

Could Liz Cheney Become the New House Speaker?

"Some rather bizarre information coming from Capitol Hill. So I didn't think this was a possibility, but it sort of makes sense. So there is some concern that if the Republicans only have a one or two seat majority in the House of Representatives, that you could have some establishment or moderate Republicans. Siding with the Democrats and installing Liz Cheney as Speaker of the House. You say, well Todd Liz Cheney's she lost her congressional race. She's not in Congress, doesn't matter. According to the rules of the House, the speaker does not have to be an elected member of Congress, which is why so many people were suggesting, oh, let's get Donald Trump as the Speaker of the House. Well, I don't think you're going to be able to do that if you've got some renegade establishment Republicans out there who would be threatening and there are some and we're going to be naming names who are suggesting they would be supportive of Liz Cheney. This is one of the reasons why MTG and by the way, one of those individuals is congressman Don bacon from Nebraska. So this is why Marjorie Taylor Greene came out yesterday and said that she is supporting Kevin McCarthy. She's afraid that people might jump ship and that there would be enough votes to install Liz Cheney as the Speaker of the House. This is how crazy it's getting here, people. Can you imagine?

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NY Times: FBI Had Informants in Proud Boys, Court Papers Suggest

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | Last week

NY Times: FBI Had Informants in Proud Boys, Court Papers Suggest

"The New York Times tweeted out yes sir New York Times by the way I'm not talking about the blaze or breitbart or bongino dot com The New York Times which is interesting because we were told this was a conspiracy Definitely a conspiracy theory They tweeted out the FBI had as many as 8 informants inside the Proud Boys in the months around the January 6th capitol attack recent court papers indicate they do Wow 'cause I was told that was a crazed conspiracy theory The New York Times notes raising questions about how much federal investigators were able to learn from them before and after it took place You know I'm going to talk about this more after the break but it's days like today do you ever say to yourself listening to this program as my grandmother used to call radius at the program You ever say to yourself it's incredible that the New York slimes right These people have millions upon millions of dollars to go dig up news that you knew about a year ago Do you ever say that to yourself

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Former Vice President Mike Pence gives first interview about Jan. 6 riot

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Former Vice President Mike Pence gives first interview about Jan. 6 riot

"Former vice president Mike Pence has given his first interview about the January 6th insurrection in an ABC exclusive interview with world news tonight anchor David Muir the former vice president says he made it clear to president Donald Trump that he did not have the authority to overturn the result of the presidential election Pence was asked about a tweet from Trump that said Mike Pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done The president's words were reckless And his actions were reckless The president's words that day at the rally endangered me and my family and everyone at the capitol building And Pence was asked if Trump should ever be president again I think that's up to the American people But I think we'll have better choices in the future I'm Donna water

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Mitch McConnell Wants to Rush Senate Minority Leader Vote

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:18 min | Last week

Mitch McConnell Wants to Rush Senate Minority Leader Vote

"Republicans are beginning to figure out leadership positions. We know for a fact that Mitch McConnell is not going to is not going to stop. He's not going to wait until after the December election to determine who the senators from Georgia, he wants a vote right now, so Mitch McConnell wants to be and more than likely will be the minority leader unless, unless we light up the phones on Capitol Hill. And that's what we're going to have to do. You're going to have to call your senator and tell them that you don't want Mitch McConnell as an ex leader of the Senate. That it can not happen. The same thing for all of you folks that are right now paying very close attention to what's happening in the House of Representatives where it appears that Kevin McCarthy could be the next Speaker of the House. Now, it's our understanding that the house freedom caucus is going to be offering an alternative challenger to Kevin McCarthy. We don't know who that person is. It ought to be Jim Jordan. That to it ought to be. And if you're asking me Todd, who do you think ought to who do you think ought to be, the challenger? Who do you think ought to go up against? Mitch McConnell? Well, for me, that person is senator Marsha Blackburn, of

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on AP News

"Decision we made lightly, and I know especially how difficult This is for the families who escaped the building and who have lost their homes and their belongings. 22 people are known Dead 126. Others unaccounted for heading into the fourth of July President Biden host and naturalization ceremony at the White House. During that ceremony, he noted, the nation is built on a simple premise. All men are created equal. Sounds corny. Two Americans as we learned this in grade school High school. We've never fully lived up to it. We've never ever ever walked away from. Biden also talked about immigration reform. We come out of this pandemic and build an economy we're going to build back better. Going to do that. We need to fix our immigration system. I'm Tim Maguire. I'm Mike Rossi a reporting AP Sources say the remaining fence around the U. S. Capitol will be removed soon. The remaining fencing that went up around the U. S Capitol after the January 6th riot by Trump supporters could come down as soon as next week. Three people familiar with the matter who could not discuss details of the plan publicly tell The Associated Press. A U. S Capitol Police board plan calls for the fence to be removed by July 9th and outer fence that went up after the riot was removed in March. The Capitol Police Board originally asked congressional leaders to keep the fence in place until September, in part because investigators were tracking continuing threats against lawmakers and the Capitol complex. More than 500. People have been charged with federal crimes for their role in the January 6th riot. Mike Grossi, a Washington the remaining fencing that went up around the U. S Capitol after the January 6th riot by Trump supporters could come down as soon as next week. Three people familiar with the matter who could not discuss details of the plan publicly tell The Associated Press. A U. S. Capitol Police board plan calls for the fence to be removed by July 9th and outer fence that went up after the riot was removed in March. The Capitol police Port originally asked congressional leaders to keep the fence in place until September, in part because investigators were tracking continuing threats against lawmakers and the Capitol complex. More than 500. People have been charged with federal crimes for their role in the January. 6th RIOT. Mike Grossi, a Washington AP.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Riot of the U. S Capitol building in the months since hundreds of riders stormed the U. S. Capitol Capitol police chief Yoga Nonda picnics. His officers are dealing with physical injuries and middle health. They were engaged and hand to hand combat. Assaulted with chemical irritants and Tasers. Pittman expect significant changes to the policies and procedures following reviews, including an assessment led by retired Lieutenant General Russel Honore. U. S. Capitol. Police have faced criticism for failing to respond to intelligence threats and taking preventative measures. Top security officials in the House and Senate resigned. Jared Halpern. Fox knew wasn't three months since the November election. The vote counting is finally ended in New York state judge ordering the state to certify Claudia Tenney as the winner of New York's 22nd congressional District. After numerous ballot challenges. She's won back her old seat from incumbents Anthony Brindisi by 109 votes, although he's hinted that another appeal and social media postings Partial Supreme Court victory for California church is fighting the state's curl the virus restrictions. A splintered Supreme Court has grated partial relief to California churches there were fighting the state to resume indoor worship services. Some churches are allowed to re opening your services. Thanks to the ruling, Chief Justice John Roberts voted with the majority writing the capacity limits, quote. Appears to reflect on expertise or discretion. But instead of insufficient appreciation or consideration of the interest and stake, the order does not lift a 25% capacity restrictions nor allowed for singing and chanting measures. The churches were also seeking. High court's three liberal justices dissented in Washington Shall Mantle, Fox News and on Jack Callahan..

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like from CNN, one who had to write that giant check after that debacle. Say that wasn't the only one to hear. Yeah. Washington Post. Yeah, I mean, they all did it. Sure. And if that wasn't reason enough toe laugh at CNN. I know everybody slips up once in a while and says a word. They probably shouldn't say it happens on this program from time to time, but we don't act like we're the only voices out there The way CNN does. Let's go to CNN's John Berman. This was just this morning when he was talking to Minnesota Senator Tina Smith. So you are going to sit and listen to the Senate impeachment trial of the former president of the United States who has been impeached for inciting the erection but inciting the insurrection at the U. S Capitol. Did you catch it? Did you catch the key word in there that again? Kyle, can I get one more time? So you are going to sit and listen to the Senate impeachment trial of the former president of the United States who has been impeached for inciting the erection inciting the insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. It's called pulling a Schumer, right. Nigel caught it, but just to make sure I highlighted the key part for everyone. So you Ooh are going to sit and listen to the Senate impeachment trial of the former president of the United States who has been impeached for inciting the erection, inciting the erection inciting the erection. I've got it. I don't know how we make the transition to Allan Green State of buying the WBC traffic.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The attack on the U. S. Capitol is in a San Diego federal courtroom this afternoon. I'm Marilyn Haider in the Cocoa News Center 33 year old Geoffrey Alexander Smith was taken into custody Tuesday by FBI agents and the Joint Terrorism Task Force. The FBI says Smith is charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and entering a restricted building is being held at the Metropolitan Jail downtown. The FBI is encouraging the public to contact them with any information regarding the attack on the Capitol. You can call 1 800 Call FBI. Or you could go to the website tips dot FBI dot dub the chief of the U. S. Capitol Police is calling for permanent fencing around the Capitol building in the aftermath of the January 6th riot, the acting chief of U. S Capitol police Yogi Ananda Pittman's his vast improvements are needed to physical security, including permanent fencing and available ready backup forces in close proximity to the Capitol. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has appointed retired general Russel Honore to review security infrastructure, including command and control following the January 6th breach. Previous law enforcement and security officials have also recommended enhance security. Congress's rejected permanent fencing. Temporary fencing has been up around the capital since before the inauguration as Sharon Halpern reporting health insurance company will oversee the distribution of vaccine doses two counties in California the state has reached a deal with Blue Shield of California for the company to oversee distribution of vaccine doses. Two counties pharmacies. And private health care providers. The decision marks a sharp turn away from or decentralized process that has been criticized for inconsistency across regions of the state and the slow effort to get everybody vaccinated. It will also mean the outsourcing of tasks that until now have been overseen by state and local government officials. 1st 22 million Americans have been vaccinated for covert 19 and so far so good, Even though there's been a few reactions to the vaccine, doctors that script say the vaccines pose virtually no allergic risk. Dr. Ron Simon, an allergist with scripts Health in San Diego, says only 4 to 10 people out of every million have a suspected allergic reaction to the Fizer and Moderna shots. Way below any normal allergy with no correlation to other allergies. My group lead in particular, another allergists looked at all of the supposed allergic reactions that happened. It's scripts and all of these supposed alleged allergic reactions that occur that you CST vaccine superstation, and actually, we really couldn't find any that our allergic criteria were actually truly allergic reactions that scripts in San Diego every person way suspected allergic reaction to the first vaccine dose. Gone, receive their second shot with no issues. Jack Roman Cooking news. Now up 330,006 03, the S and P 500 up 36 Now at 103. Let's check Coco's real time Traffic with Laura Cane from your helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic center stalled out vehicles north down Adle. Five at the aid is blocking the connector road in north.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on AP News

"Carry the soul impeachment charge against former president Trump across the capital to the Senate just hours from now. The trial in the Senate begins the week of February 8th. But more and more Republican senators say they oppose the trial. Senator Marco Rubio, calling it stupid and counterproductive. And then there's this federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second impeachment trial of former president Trump nears, an official told The Associated Press. The threats include chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside the U. S. Capitol. And that armed protesters could return to try to repeat what happened earlier this month when Trump supporters stormed the capital. The AP is Julie Walker reporting federal law enforcement now insisting that thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington for the time being. I'm Rita Foley. Second impeachment trial of former president Trump Nears, federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress. An official told The Associated Press. The threats that law enforcement agents are tracking Varian specificity and credibility mainly posted online and in chat groups. The messages have included plots to attack members of Congress during travel to and from the Capitol During the trial, law enforcement officials are already starting to plan for the possibility of armed protesters returning to the nation's capital. When Trump's Senate trial on a charge of inciting the violent insurrection on January 6 begins next month. I'm Julie Walker and official told The Associated Press. The threats include chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside the U. S capitol and that armed protesters could return to try to repeat what happened earlier this month when Trump supporters stormed the capital. This is prompting the U. S. Capitol police and other federal law enforcement to insist thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington as the Senate moves forward with plans for Trump's impeachment trial next month. I'm Julie Walker. Federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second impeachment trial of former president Trump Nears. An official told The Associated Press. The threats include chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside the U. S capitol and that armed protesters could return to try to repeat what happened earlier this month when Trump supporters stormed the capital. This is prompting the U. S. Capitol police and other federal law enforcement to insist Thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington as the Senate moves forward with plans for Trump's impeachment trial next month..

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on AP News

"Pricing participation a very cannot be combined with another offer a combo meal bada bop bop ba Foley within a P newsman Ed House Democrats will carry the soul impeachment charge against former president Trump across the capital to the Senate just hours from now. The trial in the Senate begins the week of February 8th. But more and more Republican senators say they oppose the trial. Senator Marco Rubio, calling it stupid and counterproductive. And then there's this federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second impeachment trial of former president Trump nears, an official told The Associated Press. The threats include chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside the U. S. Capitol. And that armed protesters could return to try to repeat what happened earlier this month when Trump supporters stormed the capital. The AP is Julie Walker reporting federal law enforcement now insisting that thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington for the time being. I'm Rita Foley. Second impeachment trial of former president Trump Nears, federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress. An official told The Associated Press. The threats that law enforcement agents are tracking Varian specificity and credibility mainly posted online and in chat groups. The messages have included plots to attack members of Congress during travel to and from the Capitol During the trial, law enforcement officials are already starting to plan for the possibility of armed protesters returning to the nation's capital. When Trump's Senate trial on a charge of inciting the violent insurrection on January 6 begins next month. I'm Julie Walker and official told The Associated Press. The threats include chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside the U. S capitol and that armed protesters could return to try to repeat what happened earlier this month when Trump supporters stormed the capital. This is prompting the U. S. Capitol police and other federal law enforcement to insist thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington as the Senate moves forward with plans for Trump's impeachment trial next month. I'm Julie Walker. Federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second impeachment trial of former president Trump Nears. An official told The Associated Press. The threats include chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside the U. S capitol and that armed protesters could return to try to repeat what happened earlier this month when Trump supporters stormed the capital. This is prompting the U. S. Capitol police and other federal law enforcement to insist Thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington as the Senate.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Speeds down by the gas tank North bound his OK up to the O'Neill Tunnel, and Ruth three is okay along the South shore down to the cave. Rob Hackler WBZ is traffic on the threes. Plenty of rain and showers today and very windy high near 50. Cloudy and blustery this evening, dropping to about 34 mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow with a gusty, chilly wind high 44. Because of that powerful wind will feel lot chillier more like the twenties and thirties. Partly sunny on Monday High 43 some sunshine on Tuesday high near 40 and looks dry through the middle of next week. Right now, a lot of rain and wind around 47 degrees in and over 45 in Avon 49 in Danvers, and we've got 46 in Boston. It's 10 35 more than 100 riders involved in a January 6, the U. S. Capitol Salto last Wednesday there now in police cars. Today. President Trump has been in page a second time in part for inciting the writer's U. S. Capitol. Police officer Daniel Hodges was one of the law enforcement members who was attacked that day. We've been seeing this kind of talk for years now. These kind of people that just believe whatever. Certain leaders tell them on And so, yeah, I could believe it. It Z unfortunate that it became a reality that the Washington Post reporting three days before thousands converged on the U. S Capitol and Internal Capitol Police Intelligence report warned of a violent scenario in which Congress itself. Could be the target of supporters of President Trump. Prosecutors have now backed away from initial claims that there was strong evidence that the pro trump forces that storm the U. S Capitol last week aimed to capture and assassinate elected officials, the head of this ongoing investigation now cautioning there was no direct evidence. Theokoles ation came in a court filing by prosecutors.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

"There's a moral case for impeachment. Democrats have to determine whether the political case makes sense. There are also calls for Mr Trump to resign two of those from Republican senators, but correspondent We judge I n report CBS News has learned. He plans to spend this week praising his administration's accomplishments. On Monday he plans to make remarks talking about his legacy. And attacking big tech since he lost his social media megaphones, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have suspended his accounts, mostly on moderated platform parlor to which Mr Trump was hoping to move with his followers. That is being pulled off its servers and mobile phones in the aftermath of last week's assault at the Capitol. The FBI has received digital media tips. And it's wide scale investigation into Wednesday's deadly siege on the U. S. Capitol, with President Trump's supporters publicly discussing their intent and planning on social media. Experts are working to understand why law enforcement was so ill prepared. Yes, is Nancy Chan this As U. S Capitol Police paid tribute to Officer Bob Bryan sickness. He was killed in Wednesday's attack. Officers lined the street as his body was driven down Constitution Avenue about covert 19 hospitals in Southern California are admitting infected patients faster than they can discharge them. California's covert crisis is at the breaking point. They just die, and they fight dying L a county is smashing covert records with 900,000 infected and 12,000 deaths. Right now, about 200. Angelenos a day are dying of Cove it Lilia Luciano in L. A in Chicago, a deadly rampage spanning some 25 miles from Chicago to Evanston, Illinois. Police say Jason Nightingale was behind the attacks that left at least seven people shot. The 32 year old is accused of first walking into a garage in Chicago, where he shot and killed. University of Chicago student You're on fan at random. Then, and there is a nearby apartment building there. Police say.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"S Capitol and meet little Resistance from law enforcement. Black lives matter. Protestors over the summer on America's streets met by much harsher treatment. The criticism from the deep and double the president Derrick Johnson, calling the attack on the Capitol and act of domestic terrorism came with the intent. To disrupt the requirement under our constitutions for the peaceful transfer of power, he says. The difference between the way those insurrectionists were treated versus summer protesters by law enforcement is as clear it's black and white. We need to go. Reposition law in order, so it's not focused on African Americans who are peacefully protest in the street is focused on individuals who are a part of a white supremacist movement who are domestic terrorist. Dave Packer. ABC NEWS Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski is the first Republican senator to call to the president's resignation. After the events on Capitol Hill Wednesday, President Trump now banned from one of his favorite means of making announcements for good President. Trump is now permanently banned for Twitter After a one day ban. The president was back on Thursday night and now is off again. Twitter, saying after a close review of recent tweets from President Trump's account, and the context around them that they have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence. And, like Stone, ABC News and the president isn't the only big name getting a Twitter time out. Among those now confirmed by Twitter to be suspended permanently. Trump attorney and advisers Sidney Powell, retired lieutenant general and former Trump National security adviser, Michael Flynn, along with other Trump supporters, is part of a crackdown on cue and on conspiracy theories, the movement spreading false information online. Among those now banned Ron Watkins, long accused of being side, the Cuban on movement, and separately, pro Trump attorney Lin Wood has been permanently kicked off Twitter in connection to posts about the events at the U. S Capitol and, like Stone, ABC News, and Google has just announced its suspending the social media at parlor from its Google play store. Parlors as social Network service frequented by Trump supporters and right wing extremists. It cites parlors, lack of moderation, policies and enforcement to remove egregious content like post that incite violence. The Apple store, threatening to remove parlor as well. Coming up in just a few minutes. Less than half of Arizona's healthcare workers have gotten a covert 19 shot. But the state's health director thinks that number is going to grow. We'll check in again on your ride home to Katie, Our news.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the U. S Capitol, including we learned overnight, a Capitol police officer. President Trump's supporters talked openly for weeks about a plan to prevent Congress from certifying Joe Biden's victory. So why did security at the Capitol seem relatively lax? Johnson served as Secretary of Homeland Security from 2013 to 2017 is with us now. Good morning, sir. Good morning. No. Well, thanks for having me. Of course, This is a notably well documented event. Journalists were there the people rioting took lots of video and selfie is what did you see? Go wrong. Well, where do we begin? I have to say the images. Will be burned into my memory for the rest of my life. To most shocking images were a hangman's noose on the western front of the Capitol Hangman's noose. And the Confederate flag flying on the U. S Capitol. We bought an entire civil war to prevent exactly that. On the security aspect of this. This could have been prevented. It should have been prevented. We know how to secure the perimeter of the U. S Capitol grounds. Four years ago, I had overall responsibility for the security of President Trump's Inauguration. We typically secure the U. S Capitol ground during a state of the Union address by the President, United States. We know how to secure the perimeter around the United Nations. During a session of the U. N. General Assembly with world leaders converging in Manhattan. It is a combination of U. S. Capitol Police Secret Service, D. C. Metro Police T s a Coast guard Homeland security investigation If you properly anticipate Level of security that will be required. Or a an event at the U. S. Capitol, clearly those in charge of security on when they did not anticipate the level of security that would be needed. To safeguard Congress and the vice president in that circumstance. That was the failure. But why do you think they did not? I mean, the president had made a speech and incitement speech, saying head on down, shouldn't At that moment someone have sprung into action and said, We need more people here. Well, I cannot provide you an explanation of the thinking of those in charge, and it does seem clear to me that this could have been prevented. If properly anticipated. You can secure the grounds of the U. S Capitol if you know what to expect and anticipate. Do you think the lack of preparedness could possibly have been the result of something? That is true? Which is this was a historic event. Nothing like this has ever happened at the U. S capitol and so Perhaps the assumption was nothing like this ever could don't don't. Those in positions of authority sometimes make mistakes like that. I don't believe that is an acceptable justification. Okay? I used to tell my people in homeland security. Anticipate the next crisis don't plan for the last crisis. This wasan unprecedented event. Not since the war of 18 12, have we seen rioters rushed the capital like this? We are living in unprecedented times, where you have a sitting president of the United States essentially light the match for what was clearly an act of insurrection. And in those circumstances, security personnel at the U. S. Capitol should have anticipated that thousands of people would rush the capital in this way. If you were still secretary of Homeland Security. Could you tell us who would take the blame for this? Who would bear responsibility? No. Well, I have to say I'm I'm less interested in the blame game. I'm or interested in understanding the thinking of those Who are responsible for this. And what we're going to do for the next 12 days. Through the date of President elect Biden's inauguration to make sure that nothing like this can happen again. Let's talk about that. Let's talk about the next 12 days. Some lawmakers say they want to invoke the 25th amendment to remove the president from office. They say the country is simply not safe. With him as president. What do you think about that? I have a few thoughts on that well first, the 25th amendment requires an act by the Cabinet and the vice president. If the president disagrees with being removed, then it's over to the Congress. And that requires is I read section for the 25th Amendment a two thirds vote in both houses of Congress. I know that many in the house we're talking about. Impeachment. That, of course, would then require a two thirds vote in the Senate to convict No doubt that would be time consuming, and it would require a number of Republicans to vote to convict. The house is going to do with the house is going to do I think that in the meantime, Whoever is still around in the White House who has the ability to influence the personal behavior of President Trump should be telling him to just Basically leave town. Get on Air Force One. Go tomorrow, Lago and stay there for the indefinite future. Empower your chief of staff of power, the vice president to do whatever is necessary to keep the government functioning. For the next 12 days, but basically Just just leave, Encourage him to just leave. Going through the exercise of impeachment would itself be a very, very partisan act. And would Perhaps create an environment. In which the incoming president, President elect Biden would have a harder time trying to bring the country together. I think that has to be consideration for the next 12 days. And it may be the reason why President elect by himself has hesitated calling for that. In the last minute that we have inauguration is less than two weeks away. The same groups that took part in this week's insurrection are talking about messing with security around the inauguration. What should authorities be prepared for? How should they be prepared? Well, this inauguration is gonna have to be unique because of co bid And because of the threat environment, it's gonna have to be unique. We do know how to secure the perimeter of the U. S Capitol grounds. They've already erected barricades yesterday so you can Having inauguration at the U. S. Capitol in this threat environment that I believe provides adequate security. Former secretary of Homeland security jeh Johnson. So.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From member station W A. M U Workers installed 7 FT high black metal fencing yesterday around the U. S. Capitol National Guard troops and officers from the district from Virginia and from the U. S Capitol. Police were out on the streets too. Drew a sharp contrast within law enforcement presence a day before rioters easily overwhelmed police and forced lawmakers into hiding. One woman was fatally shot in the siege. Head of the U. S. Capitol Police and the sergeant at Arms for the House and Senate resigned Thursday amid complaints they were poorly prepared. Obviously, it was a failure, or you would not have had police line's breached in people enter the Capitol building by breaking Windows D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser laid the blame on U. S. Capitol police as well as on the writers and on President Trump. Now, she and other officials responsible for security in D C. Are trying to prevent a repeat. The mayor has declared a 15 day state of emergency. It gives her broad powers including enforcing curfews and requesting federal disaster assistance. U. S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says the National Guard got no federal requests for help. Before Wednesday's events, he says now 6200 National Guard troops are activated the entire D. C national guard. Has been mobilized. We have also received the support from state of Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and New York to help guard the capital. The new fence will stand for 30 days. Acting D. C. Police chief Robert Conte says the U. S. Capitol police only asked him for help at one o'clock on Wednesday after the invasion was well underway, he says that made it difficult for his officers to make arrests. The men and women of the Metropolitan Police Department went into a situation that was already out of control so once control was established in that perimeter was established. Then, and only then are we able to safely make arrest. He says 56 officers were injured. Ultimately, D C police and U. S Capitol police arrested a total of about 80 people. By contrast, nearly 300 people were arrested on June 1st protest for racial justice in D. C. During those demonstrations, Federal agents and National Guard troops were deployed backing up local law enforcement as the inauguration approaches, Authorities are trying to round up rioters who entered the capital. The FBI opened a tip line and D C police chief, Conte called on the public nationwide to help identify people who were photographed breaking in some of these images. There's no mistake about who some of these people are calling to your local FBI office, identify who these individuals are and let's hold him accountable. He's offering up to $1000 for information.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

"Move forward. With impeachment. That is the overwhelming sentiment of my caucus. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany we saw yesterday was a group of violent writers. Undermining the legitimate First Amendment rights of the many thousands who came to peacefully have their voices heard in our nation's capital. An update on the investigation from police chief Robert Conti. I just want to underscore that only one of the arrestees was from the District of Columbia. Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar was at the Capitol during the protest. What happened there was clearly a breach of planning, which led to a breach of security that was going to have to be major major reviews of what happened and changes made. This has been your CBS News Special report. I'm Lisa Matteo. Security changes are coming to the U. S Capitol after yesterday's extraordinary events, wt Opie's Mitchell Miller explains today on the Hill House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Capitol Hill police chief Steven Son needs to resign, given how easily rioters were able to break into the capital and run rampant. Virginia Senator Tim Kaine says he has a lot of concerns about how security was handled. There was poor planning for the security challenge. There was a shocking disparity between the way the Capitol Police treated the protesters yesterday and the way they treated black lives matter. Protestors the House sergeant at arms has submitted his resignation and Sunday is expected to remain under scrutiny as investigations move forward. Meanwhile, a 7 FT high fence is being installed around the perimeter of the capital ahead of the January 20th presidential inauguration. Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, W T. O P News also knew this evening. The head of Capitol Police union is also calling for the chief to resign, saying the riot showed of failure of leadership at the very top well before the comments by the head of the union and the House speaker, the chief of the Capitol Police force defended his department's performance during the riot. He says there will be an investigation and review their will between investigations. One joint investigation by the U. S. Capitol police And the D. C. Metropolitan Police Department into the shooting death of 35 year old Ashley Babbitt, the Trump supporter who was shot by a U. S Capitol police officer as mobs stormed the building, and there will be a review of the U. S. Capitol police preparation security policies and procedures leading up to and including Wednesday's riots. That's according to U. S. Capitol Police chief Steve Son who calls the attack on the Capitol, unlike any he has ever experienced in 30 years of law enforcement son called the actions of police heroic as they tried to restore order and dealt with reports of pipe bombs and a suspicious vehicle in different locations on the grounds of the U. S Capitol complex. Take Ryan. W T o p new alloy in steam. The lack of preparedness by Capitol police for what turned into rider storming the people's health was inexcusable, says former D. C. Police chief Charles Ramsey. They not only failed themselves feel the capital, they failed the country and whether it was intentional or accidental. Ramsey said there was a double standard compared with the summer's racial justice protest. Police and riot gear on the streets of Washington. I'm not criticizing the level of police response they have for the black lives matter March, but they should have had an equal level of preparedness and people for this one meal. Lorcan stained double Util P news. Stay with US on w. T. O P in just a minute. The president is reportedly thinking about pardoning himself. 5 35 high..

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

"At the U. S Capitol. I'm Mark Lewis and I'm Deborah Feinstein. Four people are dead and 68 have been arrested. After supporters of President Trump's stormed the capital building. While Congress tally the electoral votes making President elect Joe Biden's victory. Official Mayor Muriel Bowser has harsh words for the president and rioters who breached the capital. Calling it terrorism. Current president must be held accountable but this unprecedented attack on our democracy. What happened yesterday is what he wanted to happen and we must not underestimate the damage he going to to our nation and our democracy over the next two weeks, the mayor has called for a state of emergency through the inauguration in two weeks. 6200 National Guardsmen will be in D. C by this weekend, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says they will have 850 personnel on Capitol grounds starting today began erecting a 7 FT. Non scalable fence. That fence will surround the capital for at least 30 days, and those National Guardsmen will be available through the inauguration of Joe Biden. Luke Luke w T o P News. The chief of the U. S. Capitol. Police is defending his department's performance after Trump supporters stormed the capital and rioted yesterday. But he says there will be an investigation and the review. There will be between investigations. One joint investigation by the U. S. Capitol Police and the D. C. Metropolitan Police Department into the shooting death of 35 year old Ashley Babbitt, the Trump supporter who was shot by a U. S Capitol police officer as mobs stormed the building, and there will be a review of the U. S. Capitol police preparation security policies. And procedures leading up to and including Wednesday's riots. That's according to U. S. Capitol Police chief Steve Son who calls the attack on the Capitol, unlike any he has ever experienced in 30 years of law enforcement son called the actions of police heroic as they tried to restore order and dealt with reports of pipe bombs and a suspicious vehicle in different locations. On the grounds of the U. S. Capitol complex. Kate Ryan w T. O P. News Emilie Loit in steam, the lack of preparedness by Capitol police for what turned into rider storming the people's health was inexcusable, says former D. C. Police chief Charles Ramsey not only failed themselves filled the capital, they failed to country and whether it was intentional or accidental. Ramsey said there was a double standard compared with the summer's racial justice protest. Police and riot gear on the streets of Washington. I'm not criticizing the level of police response they have for the black lives matter March, but they should have had an equal level of preparedness and people for this one meal or consistent double Util P news. He sees chief legal officer is sharing concerns about the federal response yesterday and the glaring differences when compared with what we saw last year during the Black lives matter, unrest Rioters breaking windows of the capital and running into the building. General. Law enforcement officials should have been prepared for that, but they weren't and couldn't stop it, D c attorney general Karl Racine noted on MSNBC. The huge, heavy handed federal presence we saw last year during the Black lives matter Unrest. Contrast that with what you saw yesterday, something also noted by Mary Mariel Bowser. We saw different types of vehicles used. We saw a different posture used, especially in Lafayette Square in June, when US part At least another federal agents used smoke canisters, pepper balls in batons to forcefully remove protesters. Nick I Nelly w T o P. NEWS. We're learning. The Defense Department is activated about 6200 National Guard members from six states to help with law enforcement in the DC area. Acting defense secretary signed orders activating National Guard units from Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey will be in D. C for up to 30 days. A defense official says The goal is to have guard members help secure the capital area through the inauguration of President elect Biden. We're hearing from Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and members of the state's National Guard at this hour will bring you more on that a bit later. It's one of seven. 2020 the year of the pandemic, unemployment uncertainty and the year I learned I may have to spend more for my HIV medicine in the midst of everything else. A new Trump administration rule could take.

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WTOP

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

"Deadly chaos at the U. S Capitol. Good afternoon. I'm Deborah Feinstein and I'm Mark Lewis. DC's mayor, Muriel Bowser, speaking moments ago, is calling yesterday's rioters at the Capitol domestic terrorists and she had some harsh words as well. President Trump. We know that the current president must be held accountable, but this unprecedented attack on our democracy. What happened yesterday is what he wanted to happen. And we must not underestimate the damage he going to to our nation and our democracy over the next two weeks, the secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy, says there are some new precautions in place today. At 9 A.m.. This morning, we began erecting a 7 ft, non scalable fence, which will be from constitution independence. And First Avenue. To the in front of the pond right there in front of the Capitol that that road right there, so these personnel and this security measures will be in place. We're no less in the next 30 days. And we'll be keeping all of these support mechanisms in place and constant coordination with Capitol Police PC's police chief Robert Conte says district residents should continue to expect traffic disruptions and large law enforcement presence around the National Mall in the capital. Meantime, the U. S Capitol police chief is defending his department's actions during the rioting, calling his officer's actions heroic. Stephenson, the chief of the U. S. Capitol, police, said the violent attack on the U. S Capitol was unlike any he'd seen in 30 years in law enforcement and despite criticism that rioters were able to breach security Son said in a statement released this morning that there had been a robust plan in place in anticipation of Wednesday's protests that he said turned into criminal riotous behavior, Son said while police worked to secure the capital, police were also responding to reports of two pipe bombs in different locations and a suspicious vehicle. Son said the Capitol police will conduct a thorough review of the security planning and procedures that were in place Kate Brian W. T. O P. News the woman who was shot and killed by police yesterday, has now been identified as actually Babbitt, an Air Force veteran who was part of a mob that pushed into the Capitol building. Meantime, the former chief of D. C s police force says the apparent lack of preparedness by Capitol police was in stark contrast to the way police handled the black lives matter. Protests over the summer. Former D. C. Police chief Charles Ramsey said Capitol police failed themselves and the country by not being ready. And when you look at what happened over the summer during a protest with black lives matter and others you saw cops everywhere. Do you think that the fact that most of these people were white changed the police response or at least preparedness for trouble? When you look at what took place and compare the two there's clearly a double standard now whether it was intentional or whether it was accidental, But it's two different approaches. And Ramsey pushed back against comments from President elect Biden and members of Congress that the violent takeover is not who we are exactly what we have become. This is where we are right now. At this point in history log, consistent double you tell, P knows DC's chief legal officer is also sharing his concerns about the differences and police response from this summer to the events at the Capitol. Our federal partners let us down. That's what D C attorney general Karl Racine says about the federal response around the capital that failed to stop rioters from breaking windows and running into the building during an interview on MSNBC, Racine compared that lax response to the one we saw last year when black lives matter was to protest Remember national guards from 20 States. Appeared before the capital and it military gear. Racine put most of the blame on the Trump administration and called on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment and work to remove President Trump from office. Nick I Nelly w T o p News. Coming up on W. T. O P will hear some reaction to yesterday's events and the future of the Republican Party as we speak with former GOP chairman Michael Steele that's coming after traffic and weather 12 07 Hey, there Easy listener. Time. Pennington here, you know, Prince of the puka shell necklace King of the cargo shorts..

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on AP News

"Peyton Pritchard's put back with 2/10 of a second level lifted the Celtics over the Heat, one of 71 on five in an East Finals rematch that nearly wasn't played. Both teams considered boycotting the game over different treatment of protesters following Wednesday's violent protests at the U. S. Capitol, says Celtics coach Brad Stevens. 30 minutes I didn't think we're playing. Then, um, coaches left the room players. Finished talking and chose to play, Jalen Brown said. Playing felt therapeutic sports is often used as a way to lift people up. It's a way to spread joy, and that's a decision that we came out here. Today with Pritchard's game winner came after Miami erased Boston's 10 point lead to tie it. I'm guessing Coolbaugh Peyton Pritchard's put back with 2/10 of a second left lifted the Celtics over the Heat. One of 7105. Pritchard's winning bucket capped a wild swing in the final minute as the Celtics used a 13 0 run to go up one on 5 95 with a minute 17 left. Only to see Miami score 10 straight to tie it. Jason Tatum lead the Celtics with 27 points. Jimmy Butler scored 26 for Miami. Both teams knelt during the national anthem after releasing a joint statement condemning the differing treatment of protesters after Wednesday's violent protest at the U. S Capitol. I'm Gethin Coolbaugh. Authorities say The dead include a woman who was shot by U. S Capitol police as well as three others who died in medical emergencies. The woman was shot is the mob tried to break through a barricaded door in the Capitol police were armed. On the other side. Police say four people died in the violent attack on the U. S capitol by supporters of President Trump. Down, according to the chief of the Metropolitan Police Department. In Washington, D C one woman was shot as a mob tried to break through a barricaded door at the Capitol, where police were armed. On the other side. The woman died at the hospital. The three other deaths are classified as a medical emergencies. Police say both law enforcement and the rioters fired off chemical irritants like pepper spray during the hours long occupation of the Capitol building. Officials also So say two pipe bombs were recovered one outside the Democratic National Committee headquarters, the other outside the Republican office, and some additional weapons were found on the Capitol grounds. Jackie Quinn Washington down, According to the chief of the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D. C one woman was shot as a mob tried to break through a barricaded door at the Capitol where police were armed. On the other side. The woman died at the house. Spittle. The three other deaths are classified as a medical emergencies. Police say both law enforcement and the rioters fired off chemical irritants like pepper spray during the hours long occupation of the Capitol Building. Officials also say two pipe bombs were recovered one outside the Democratic National Committee headquarters, the other outside the Republican office. And some additional weapons were found on the Capitol grounds. Jackie Quinn Washington second ranked Baylor is 10 or no for only the fifth time in team history following a 76 61 win over Oklahoma. May see a tea egg finished with 17 points and Matthew Mayer added 16 off the bench for the Bears, who opened on a 16 to run and led by 17 and halftime. Baylor also received 15 points off the bench from Adam Flagler, who said the game opening run was huge is very important. Every position that we have we try to go one and no, so we're very excited that we came out came ready to play, and, uh Started off the game Good. Austin Reeves had 19 points for the Sooners, who played their third consecutive top 25 opponent after beating then number nine West Virginia 75 71 on Saturday. I'm Dave Ferrie may see a tea egg finished with 17 points and Matthew Mayer added 16 off the bench for the Bears, who opened on a 16 to run and led by 17 at halftime. He had eight points with 23 pointers in the first four minutes of the game. Austin Reeves had 19 points for the Sooners, who played their third consecutive top 25 opponent after beating then number nine West Virginia 75 71 on Saturday. Second ranked Baylor is 10 or no for only the fifth time in team history following a 76 61 win over Oklahoma. Macy Atid finished with 17 points and Matthew Mayer added 16 off the bench for the Bears, who opened on a 16 to run and led by 17 at halftime. He had eight points with 23 pointers in the first four minutes of the game. Austin Reeves had 19 points for the Sooners, who played their third consecutive top 25 opponent after beating then number nine West Virginia 75 71 on Saturday. I'm Dave Ferrie. With the pandemic, continuing its hold TV viewers flocked to their flat screens to see 2020 out the door. A B C's Dick Clark's New Year's rocking Eve with host Ryan Seacrest through 18.4 million viewers in the last hour of 2020 and the first half hour of the new Year. That's up 5% over last year. CNN I shouldn't want 20 with its highest rated New Year's Eve special on record, Nelson reports 3.4 million people tuned in as Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen. I should be in the new year, cracking jokes and downing shots. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel..

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I know your pain. I know you're hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide election and everyone knows it, especially the other side. But you have to go home. Now We have to have peace. We have to have law and order. We have to respect our great People in law and order. We don't want anybody hurt. It's a very tough period of time. There's never been a time like this. Where Such a thing happened where they could take it away from all of us from me from you from our country. How long is this? This was a fraudulent election. But we can't play into the hands of these people. We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You're very special. You've seen what happens. You see the way others air treated that are So bad and so evil. I know how you feel. Go home and go home in peace. Okay. It was a video message that President Trump has just put out. You heard him there saying we love you. He's addressing protesters who have taken over the capital or who are least still inside. Occupying it. He says it is time to go home. So the president trying to reestablish himself in this conversation, telling the protesters to go home, let me bring back in lays Ruskin, Washington correspondent for the Alaska Public Radio Network. I wonder what struck you as you listen to that message is someone who is just evacuated from the U. S. Capitol. Yeah, well, we're still in the Capitol complex, where in an underground room in the different building and I know that there's other journalists that are lost in which house.

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"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol" Discussed on WTOP

"Violence to remember. They are the party of Law and order. Meantime, we're expected to hear sometime this afternoon from President elect Joe Biden on what's happening. In the meantime, let's see what's happening inside the Capitol with wt Opie's Mitchell Miller, who was there, Mitch? What's going on? Well, there is a lot happening inside the capital. It is a situation that is really unprecedented. First of all they breached into the Senate chamber. Keep in mind. This was where the electoral college vote count was taking place with all the senators in connection with this historic day on Lee, Hours after Vice President Mike Pence was in the chair ahead of the chamber, presiding over the chamber, A protester was sitting in that chair just hours later, and they had people climbing up on the walls in the Senate chamber. Ah, lot of Activity there and then here over on the house side where I am, they tried to breach inside of the House chamber. There was a blockade put up by staff. They drew guns at the door and It does not appear anybody was able to get inside the House chamber, which, of course, was also holding vote counts earlier today in connection with this historic day related to the electoral college. Also, there have been people walking in and out of the capital through this statuary hall through the rotunda. These people have been moving all over the place. We have a report that Some people have actually now been taken into custody here on the House side as they've been going around because obviously these people are trespassing. They have no right to be in here right now, even though ironically, on the House side, it is called the People's House. But we have legislative leaders all pleading with people not to do what they're doing right now. The House Minority leader, Kevin McCarthy, has called on people not to do this. He has criticized what's happening right now and then outside on the Perrin. Owner of the capital. Basically, we're just surrounded by thousands of protesters and supporters of President Trump there on the west side of the Capitol along the mall and then on the East side, where the initial breach occurred on the Senate side, they went through the barriers and then got up on the steps, and that is presumably where they somehow Got into the capital. We are locked down here in the capital Staff members. People that are working here is working members of media. The lawmakers were quickly evacuated and you can imagine the concern there. I saw Nancy Pelosi quickly moved across Statuary Hall. This was at some point. It's not clear whether or not the protesters had already gone through there or if she got out there earlier, but at any rate, I think they were all safely moved out. CNN has shown video that indicates that possibly Way these people got into the capital is they basically just broke down a window and started climbing through and then that allowed them to start going all over the place inside the Capitol here now, Obviously, there are dozens of Capitol police here. Normally surrounding the perimeter. There has been law enforcement people called in to try to quell what's going on. Again a very, very tense situation, and I can't stress it enough. This is something that just does not happen here at the U. S Capitol, but it is clearly happening right now. Right? W T o p. NATIONAL. I'm sorry. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller. Double DT Opie's Dukie. Ridiculous. Jano covered Capitol Hill for many years and Dick joins us Now live, Dick. We've seen some extraordinary televised images from the capital of guns drawn inside. This is something you've never seen before. Describe what you're able to see right now. An extraordinary moment in United States history here. The televised images really are extraordinary. Both on the west Front of the Capitol and the East Side, the East Plaza. People who think of the capital when you think of the The National Mall and the ceremonial West front. That is largely a ceremonial area. If the building is breached, their that brings you into the basement level of the Capitol building. Into the crypt area, and you'd have to go upstairs three flights to reach the chambers of both the House and the Senate. The other side of the building President Trump's diehard supporters also swarming Of the East Plaza and a crowded on the center staircase that staircase which there's no indication they have breached that area, but that would lead to into the Rotunda and the House chamber nearby and his Mitch reported. There are images From the Senate chamber is showing a demonstrator seated in the office of in the chair of the presiding officer. We should add the D C Mayor Muriel Bowser. Has ordered a citywide curfew. It starts at six o'clock tonight, and we'll extend until six o'clock Thursday morning. The United States Capitol building is in lockdown right now U. S. Capitol police have called for law enforcement reinforcements as a president Trump's diehard supporters have penetrated the U. S Capitol building. The Capitol building in lockdown, and so are nearby office buildings, including the House Cannon Office Building and the Library of Congress. Is James Madison Building, both on Pennsylvania Avenue Reporting live Dick Uliano. W T. O P. News is nothing short of Jo Jo Dropping. One of the pictures shows police with long guns drawn on people belly down on that mosaic floor. Meantime, other breaking news Confirmed report of a woman shot near the capital who was taken to the hospital. No information on her condition or where exactly, it happened near the capital. We're following that and all of the other developments right here a w T o P and let's get a quick update on money news right now, let's go to Jeff Clay Block. Go on the market. They're actually holding up despite what we're watching, but that was up 412 points. That's one of the third percent gain. The S and P 500 index is up a little more than a half percent. The NASDAQ is down a half percent closing, though just about a half an hour away. Death playbook. Wtl People Money News Bronte by Wendy's Breakfast Bacon ater Vega Nate in the A. M with a Wendy's breakfast, Bacon ater. Yep. All that bacon with a fresh track egg.

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