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"white house historical association" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To show your care for your neighbor but also wear your mask to protect yourself. This is a Dangerous time. We're moving the wrong way. And more warnings from Covad trackers is Gina Rowe of Kutv Reports is going to get substantially worse. Lindsay Keegan is an infectious disease epidemiologist. For the last eight months. She's been modeling Cove. It 19 things have been madness to track how the disease is spreading, how best to respond and what to expect. Next. I don't really have any good news by her research. We're going to keep rising at the same rate that Rising now, in a couple of weeks, we're gonna be over ability to care for people, and we're gonna keep rising for a couple months after Keegan says Utah is approaching a crisis standard of care, Another pandemic issue a courthouse backlog. Many courts are still playing catch up after being closed and in the case of insurance claims that's leaving some accident victims and legal limbo when they could least afford it. Where window is with the Austin based consumer advocacy group Texas Watch. It presents an opportunity for insurance companies to exploit those delays to drag out the claims settlement process even longer. To take advantage of us just to pad their own profit. Halloween will look a little different this year. But there are still plenty of good ghost stories to be found. Even from the White House. 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. There's probably anywhere between 10 and a dozen ghosts that are roaming around Abe Lincoln's Ghost might be the best known Colin Showdown with the White House Historical Association says President Reagan's dog refused to go in the Lincoln Bedroom, first daughters, Jenna Bush and Barbara Bush reported. Being very spooky. 19 twenties piano.
"white house historical association" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"A near record number of new cases Governor Andy Bashir or your mask. To show your care for your neighbor but also wear your mask to protect yourself. This is a dangerous time. We're moving the wrong way. And more warnings from Covad trackers is Gina Rowe of Kutv Reports is going to get substantially worse. Lindsay Keegan is an infectious disease epidemiologist. For the last eight months. She's been modeling Cove. It 19 things have been madness to track how the disease is spreading, how best to respond and what to expect next. Just I don't really have any good news by her research. We're going to keep rising at the same rate that were rising. Now, in a couple of weeks, we're gonna be over ability to care for people and we're gonna keep rising for a couple months. After that, Keegan says Utah is approaching a crisis standard of care. Another pandemic issue a courthouse backlog, Many courts are still playing catch up after being closed. And in the case of insurance claims that's leaving some accident victims in legal limbo when they could least afford it. Where window is with the Austin based consumer advocacy group Texas Watch. It presents an opportunity for insurance companies to exploit those delays to drag out the claims settlement process even longer. To take advantage of us just to pad their own profit. Halloween will look a little different this year. But there are still plenty of good ghost stories to be found. Even from the White House. 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. There's probably anywhere between 10 and a dozen ghosts that are roaming around Abe Lincoln's Ghost might be the best known Colleen Showdown with the White House Historical Association says President Reagan's dog refused to go in the Lincoln Bedroom, first daughters, Jenna Bush and Barbara Bush reported. Being very spooky. 19 twenties piano music coming out of the fireplace in their bedroom one night that scared.
"white house historical association" Discussed on WTOP
"Pelosi and I threw my representatives or directly, I don't care if we agree to something the Republicans will agree, but Republicans have not indicated they'll agree to it. And Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. This coming week will propose a $500 million targeted relief measure. That's only a fraction of the size of the White House proposal and well below what Democrats want. And that likely means struggling Americans will have to keep waiting for financial help. I'm w GOP's Mitchell Miller. And this is the week on the Hill Thie history of the White House and its connection to slavery is getting a closer look this summer has shed light on racial injustice. The White House Historical Association is hoping to keep the conversation going with the new fellowship. Avery is more of the root of You see what is she starting and so gain to expound upon that Mia Owens is in her first year as a public history graduate student at American University. She's the first student to be selected for the fellowship. It's part of the association's ongoing effort to explore slavery in the White House in the nation's capital. As someone who grew up learning about civil rights in Birmingham, she says, This is a part of her mission. Understand this country's history was very excited about seeing what can we learn from it, as well as help Other people weren't about slavery in Washington, DC Melissa How old GOP News Has the Washington football team doing against a winless team will tell you in 60 seconds It's 3 44. Were you prescribe Suboxone film for the treatment of opioid addiction. If you were prescribe Suboxone film between March 1st, 2013 and February 28th 2019 you may be eligible to receive money is part of the Federal Trade Commission settlements with the companies that sold Suboxone toe learn. Mohr goto FTC dot gov slash Suboxone or call 8775450238. That's FTC dot gov slash Suboxone or 877545023. Eight Does learning a language feel like this Noah.
"white house historical association" Discussed on WTOP
"Candy shoots a concept that's been widely shared online as a magic potion that could save trick or treating allowing people to pass out candy while staying 6 ft. Apart. Eight year old Harry Curzon door for help design his family's prototype, and he spoke to NBC for I decided to sell them exactly how much prices you cost $2025 in sterile. Sense. The chute involves some PVC pipe and skull and bones decorations. The family will donate half the proceeds to a charity that provides Thanksgiving meals. A new program is exploring the role slavery has played in the nation's capital. Conversations around racial injustice have led to a new effort by the White House Historical Association in independent nonprofit to better understand the White House's history with slavery. Mia O in the first year public history graduate at American University is the first student to be selected for the fellowship. It's led me to come more interested more involved about learning about how and save people I've dealt with these challenges to the fellowship. Mia will also explore slavery as part of a use history both American and while Circle Association have been working toward these goals of having more diversity and inclusion in the stories that they tell, I'm re excited that I get to be a part of that. LaSalle W T O Beanies Woman is dead this morning after a crash in silver Spring, Montgomery County police say Just after 1 A.m., a woman was turning left to go south on to Route 29 Industrial Parkway in the White Oak area. She was hit by a car going north on 29. She was pronounced dead at the scene to people who were in the north bound car were also taken to the hospital with serious but non life threatening injuries. Prince George's County native is cracking up Hollywood with a new religious themed comedy. Luke Barnett of Clinton, Maryland writes and stars in the Jason Alexander movie Faith based. I think it's a fun movie. It's got a lot of heart and it'll brings enjoy in this kind of weird, dark time we're in right now. Luke Barnett says The premise recalls the producers only with two buddies trying to make a faith based film. He find the Christian film industry to be very interesting in the fact that so many people financially support these things. Um what blindly and that's an interesting topic for us. Either way, it was a dream working with Seinfeld's Jason Alexander. We had an Excel sheet. We're casting the movie of our top choices, and I'll never forget one of our executive producers, leaving a note next to his name that said, Perfect but impossible. And I still have a screen capture of that note that I'll probably never really Jason Friendly Deputy Happiness Coming up in money News. A closer look at our very different Halloween plans this year. 10 24 I'm thinking about Dorothy Dorothy who? There's no place like home that Dorothy Oh, the one with the shoes and all she wanted was to get that home. Home is a special place and 1 800 God junk makes it even more special by getting rid of what doesn't belong by getting rid of what doesn't belong. We love what we did. Let us do it for you. We'll give you back your big open the magical home because that's what you get when the junk is gone. Call 1 800 gotcha or visit 1 800 got junk dot com From regular expenses.
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"Com 1 41 victory for the Trump Administration from the U. S Supreme Court, which will let the 2020 census end its field operations early President Trump took the position that the census count shit and by the end of September In order for the Commerce Department tow have the results by the end of the year. He also wanted to not include undocumented immigrants. That decision was unprecedented in the United States history. The overall effect is that areas of the country with large immigrant populations would receive less federal funding, fewer congressional seats and fewer delegates. The Electoral college that CBS News legal analyst then Rosenbaum Meantime, President Trump has asked the justices on the high court to put on hold and appeals court ruling that his accountant must immediately turned over his tax records. The Manhattan district attorney has been trying to get those documents, the high court could allow the immediate enforcement of the D a subpoena or temporarily block it. A decision in the matter could come before Election Day. Briana Taylor's boyfriend is talking to CBS News. In an exclusive interview with CBS's Gayle King, Kenneth Walker insists police did not identify themselves before they entered Briana Taylor's apartment. He says he thought they were intruders, and that's why he opened fire. I didn't know it was the police that I even proceeded to tell him. I want one. You know? Somebody just Kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend. I knew what I was saying. The police. I would been calling the police on the police like that doesn't even make sense. The police department says its officers did announce themselves before entering. Walker tells scale King that he learned Taylor had died from news reports not from police. The history of the White House and its connection to slavery is getting a closer look. Through a program led by students this summer has shed light on racial injustice. The White House Historical Association is hoping to keep the conversation going with the new fellowship. Avery is more of the root of what you see what is she starting and so gain to expound upon that Mia Owens is in her first year as a public history graduate student at American University. She's the first student to be selected for the fellowship. It's part of the association's ongoing effort to explore slavery in the White House in the nation's capital. As someone who grew up learning about civil rights in Birmingham, she says. This is a part of her mission toe understand this country's history industry excited about seeing I can learn from it as well as help people learn about slavery in Washington, Melissa how GOP NEWS A Vatican trial has started over sex abuse in the pope's youth seminary. The trial has opened in the Vatican's criminal tribunal against two priests. One is accused of sexually abusing an altar boy in the Vatican's youth Seminary on the others accused of covering it up. It is believed to be the first time that such a trial has taken place inside the Vatican's criminal tribunal. Usually such cases are handled, according to the church's canon law..
"white house historical association" Discussed on Verum Tota: The Whole Truth
"In the future Forrester Rothschild. Then states that she had been asked to prepare a memo on behalf of George Stephanopoulos, former Clinton communications director, and currently a broadcast journalist with ABC News Stephanopoulos attended a Dinner Party hosted by Epstein at his now infamous Manhattan Townhouse in twenty. Ten. After Epstein's released from prison for soliciting sex from a minor while it is unknown what Forrester de Rothschild discussed with Clinton. Regarding Epstein and currency stabilization. A potential lead milllion, the links of both Forrester, Rothschild and Epstein to bank journalist Vicky. Ward reported in two thousand three that Epstein boasted of skill at playing the currency markets with very large sums of money and he appears to have done much of this through his long standing relationship with Deutsche Bank the new. York Times reported last month. epsteen appears to have been doing business trading currencies through Deutsche Bank until just a few months ago, according to people familiar with his business activities but is the possibility of federal charges loomed the bank ended its client relationship with Mr Epstein. It is not clear what the value of those accounts was at the time they were closed in the case of Forrester de Rothschild. She served as an advisor to the Deutsche Bank Microfinance Consortium for several years, and is currently a board member of the Alfred. Harrison. Society of international dialogue of Deutsche Bank the same year Forrester de Rothschild made the above noted comments to Bill Clinton about Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein attended another Clinton fundraiser hosted by Ron Perlman at his personal home that was very exclusive as the. Guest List included only fourteen people the evolution of the Epstein Clinton relationship even before Forrester de Rothschild's nineteen, ninety, five meeting with Clinton. Epstein was already an established Clinton donor records obtained by the daily revealed that Epstein had donated ten thousand dollars to the White House Historical Association and attended a Clinton donor reception alongside Gallon Maxwell as early as nineteen ninety-three, the daily beast. Suggest the Bill Clinton's longtime friend from his college days. April per sperry was the facilitator of that early relationship as perspire had a decades long relationship with Epstein and even visited Epstein at least twenty times while he was in jail in two, thousand, eight per aspera was intimately involved with the nineteen ninety-three fundraiser for the White House Historical Association noted above the relationship between. Epstein and Clinton would continue well after Clinton left office in two thousand, one, a fact well documented by Bill Clinton's now infamous flights are nets. Teens recently sold private jet often referred to as the lead of Express Clinton flew on the Lalita expressed no less than twenty six times in the early two thousands according to flight logs on some of those flights Clinton was. Accompanied by his secret service detail but he was unaccompanied on other flights. Arguably the most infamous flight taken by Clinton on Epstein jet was a lengthy to Africa. Where actor Kevin, spacey, who has also been accused of raping minors, Glenn Maxwell and Ron Burkle a billionaire friend of Clinton's who has been accused of soliciting the services of super high end call girls were..
"white house historical association" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Unfortunately very few of the mansions historically significant artifacts are retained or preserved while saving the house itself during the Kennedy Administration First Lady Jackie Kennedy redecorated, but her vision for the mansion was one that sought to incorporate what had come before her redecoration was really more of a researched restoration. Mrs. Kennedy sought out experts in antiques and assembled them into a committee that would advise on this whole process. As Jackie Kennedy's efforts became public knowledge antique pieces donated from private owners to become part of the White House restoration in September of Nineteen Sixty one congress passed an act concerning the White House and providing the care and preservation of its historic and artistic contents. This established the White House, art collection, and it finally declared the White House a museum. The first lady hired the first. White, house curator tasked with creating a comprehensive catalogue of the homes contents in managing the collections with an eye toward preservation as well as collection as you may recall from Vincent Price episode from back in two thousand, sixteen price was one of the art experts who helped assemble that first official art collection, but perhaps the most significant White House. From the Kennedy Administration was the first. Lady's establishment of the White House Historical Association the White House's Stoorikhel Association is a private nonprofit organization and it stated mission is quote to protect, preserve and provide public access to the rich history of America's Executive Mansion. Used a lot of their available research as they worked on this. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, ABC aired. What is now a pretty famous piece about Jackie Kennedy's work in the White House including a tour of the highlights of the newly redone home. And the first lady spoke about her ideology for the whole process saying quote this house will grow and should it just seemed to me such a shame when we came here to find hardly anything of the past in the house hardly anything before nineteen to the administration of President Jimmy Carter moved the White House into the future in two significant ways one, the mansions first computer system was installed and to solar panels were installed heat the facilities water there's panels were short lived initially they were taken down during the Reagan presidency although the George W Bush administration put them back. So that is we we are going to conclude four today. In our second part coming up next time around we're GonNa talk about the gardens, and then as I mentioned, we're going to talk about how much all of these things we've talked about really hinged on the work of in slave. Labor So in the meantime I'm going to read a delightful email. As a balancing act so it's not all all serious, but I do hope that in hearing all of this in particularly like that the White House has burned out completely been taken down to the STUDS, etc. People realize like it is not a static sacred cow. So to speak something shifts and changes, that's just how it's always meant to be from the beginning. But the email I wanna read is about something completely different, which is an older episode, the Limerick. Soviet. It is from our listeners Serena i. hope that is how she pronounces it and it makes me think of dream of Jeannie Serena rights. I am a recent listener since finding your podcast I've been listening every day I really enjoy the way you present information in a way where I can listen actively.
"white house historical association" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Announced that it is renovating the Rose Garden outside the West Wing of the White House. The work is expected to be completed later this summer, and the project is being overseen by first lady Melania Trump. One of her predecessors, Jackie Kennedy, helped design the garden. We know today, NPR's Brian Naylor reports. There are many Rose gardens. But in Washington, at least there is only one capital, R Capital G. Rose Garden. Stuart McLaurin, his president of the White House Historical Association. Well, it's one of the few spaces of the White House that I think most Americans know both my name and by sight, you say the Rose Garden, the White House and it brings back presidential daughters, weddings and state dinners, ceremonies held there. Patricia, you repeat after me looking at Edward Hi, Patricia. Hey, the advert. To be my wedded husband. That was the ceremony in June 1971 when President Nixon's daughter, Tricia, married Edward Cox, in the Rose Garden, McLaurin says. The current design of the garden dates back 10 years earlier to the Kennedy administration. President Kennedy wanted an outdoor room to the White House, where he could have events which are very familiar to us now. And at the time that we're not. There were flowers in the rose Garden and vegetables. Their president Kennedy was the first to envision that row of steps that we are not familiar with. The president will come out of the Oval Office and address people will participate in a ceremony in the Rose Garden. But that was President Kennedy's idea. There had been other gardens at the site, at least a CZ far back as the Theodore Roosevelt administration, Edith Wilson reworked that garden to include roses when Kennedy became president. Says he called on a family friend Rachel Lambert melon, known his bunny to help with the design. They Pirated. Cem, a saucer magnolias from the Down by the Jefferson Memorial have brought those to the White House. It's just become a wonderful space. And, of course, over the years, the flowers have changed a bit. But all presidents and first ladies since the Kennedys have been able to use it. As an outdoor room of the White House. In fact, there have been eight state dinners held out in the Rose Garden since the Johnson administration. The most recent state dinner was hosted by President Trump, who's made frequent use of the Garden for bill signings, covert briefings and news conferences, he said to favor the outdoor lighting their political science professor Laurie Cox Han at Chapman University who has written on women and politics. Says the Rose Garden projects a chance for the White House to highlight Melania Trump. This is an opportunity for her to do something that's very traditional for first lady because Rose Gardens really are connected to first lady's probably maybe even more than how presidents used them. So this is an opportunity for her to to get some attention for something that is probably mostly on controversial, although where the Trump presidency is concerned, everything seems to have some controversy, depending on who you're talking to. The renovation Melania Trump is overseeing is being funded by private donations. It includes making the garden compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act. There will be drainage improvements and new lighting, as well as better connections for broadcast coverage of events there. The White House says. There will be some new plantings as well, including more roses. Brian Naylor. NPR news And finally today, Max wrister. He's the composer behind many Hollywood movie soundtracks. Now he's turned his attention to an unexpected subject, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights written more than seven decades ago. Purity is talking about his.
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"That from September of 1988 Wrigley Field and the Voice of Harry Carey. Joining us on the phone is Colin Sugen. She is senior vice president for the White House Historical Association brings back memories, doesn't it? Absolutely it does As you listen to that walk us through presidents and their role in baseball, whether it's the opening game, the All Star Game of the World Series. Sure. So some of the first president to love baseball were way back in to the 18 sixties, Abraham Lincoln like to watch games on the South Lawn of the White House. It was known then a cz the white lot because there was a white fence that surrounded the lot, and those were amateur games at the time. But there's some First hand accounts of Lincoln actually joining in on some of the baseball games of with his long strides being able to eat up the distance between the bases Ah, and his successor. Actually, a lot of people are surprised by this. But his successor, Andrew Johnson, is also a big baseball fan and would taken semi professional amateur games once again on the South Lawn of the White House, where the Ellipse now stands and even gave federal workers time off. Watch from the baseball games. Why his baseball really become America's game and also the president's game. Well, there's a long tradition. Then, after Lincoln and Johnson you really fast forward Tio William Howard Taft, who is the first president to throw a pitch out on the opening day, and there's a very interesting story behind that I'd be happy to share. I think a lot of it has to do with The accessibility of baseball and softball. I think more kids play baseball and softball as they're growing UPIN used than any other sport. I think that's because kids of varying talent Athletic talent can actually play baseball and softball or T ball and really enjoy it. And then as the game itself, even at the professional level, it's accessible for families to go to a baseball game, a professional baseball game. There's a wide variety of pricing for the tickets. And even if you aren't able to go to a major league Baseball stadium, you can go to a minor league Baseball stadium, double a triple A and really enjoy the game very much in a affordable fashion and the story regarding William Howard Taft Yes, This is a terrific story. So the date of the first pitch was April 14th 1910. And we've heard tapped had not planned on going to the season opener of for the Washington senators that day, But he had a very difficult morning He was invited to speak Tio suffragist. Who are advocating for the 19th Amendment, who are having their national conference in Washington, D C. And because he had accepted the invitation, the suffragist thought that he was going to support them. And he was a Republican and Republicans were more supportive of women's suffrage. So they thought that he was going to announce his support for women voting. But he did not. He actually came out in opposition to women voting and said a few things that were not very kind to the women, and he was actually hissed and booed by the women during the conference. There's a lot of newspaper accounts of this the next day. So after this, Taft was very upset by this. He had not been publicly ridiculed like that. And it was a beautiful day in Washington, D C beautiful springtime day, so he decided to throw caution to the wind and spontaneously go to National Park at the time and to see the home opener for the Washington Senators. When he got to the park. It was really the senator's manager, a man by the name of Jimmy Mac Lir, who invited him to throw out the first pitch from the grandstand. And when he did, he started the tradition of President's throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game on especially on opening day. And, of course, more recently, Richard Nixon had a passion for sports, especially baseball. In George W. Bush was the part owner of the Texas Rangers. Absolutely. Richard Nixon was a great Santa Begin. He was a great student of the game. I think he liked the statistics that went along with it. It suited his sort of encyclopedia knowledge. Hey, had a great quote. Hey, said one of his quotes was. I don't know a lot about politics, but I know a lot about baseball. And very famously. In 1972 he was asked by a reporter covering his reelection campaign if he could create an All Star team for baseball of all time, and what Nixon ended up doing was going to Camp David with his son in law at the time, David Eisenhower, who knew a lot about baseball, and they came up with actually four teams. So he had teams from pre the pre war era and the post War era and he had, of course, American League teams and National League team. So he came up with four separate rosters and release that to the press, and a lot of newspapers re printed that One periodical that did not was Sports Illustrated, who said This was a publisher the spent for his re election and refused to reprint it, but it was generally accepted as a very knowledgeable roster. And then, of course, George W. Bush. I was the only president to own a major league baseball team. And then, of course, become president of the United States. Ah, great baseball fan, owner of the Texas Rangers. Hey started T ball on the South Lawn he hosted over 20 games. For boys and girls to come in the South Lawn of the White House. The probably President Bush is biggest day in baseball was actually when he was president, and that was on October 30th 2001 and when he threw out the first pitch of the Game three of the World Series versus the New York Yankees and the Arizona Diamondbacks. And this was only 30 days. Love it Over a month after September 11th it was viewed as a very risky prospect for President Bush to actually take the mound in Yankee Stadium, But he put on a fire department of New York ft on why jacket on with a bulletproof vest on underneath it..
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"The Armed Forces Deal D veterans and their families. Their members are the mission. So learn more at Navy federal dot org's Rob Stallworth. W T o P traffic Now the Storm Team four meteorologist Briana Berman solo. It's a hot day today. Once again, we're in the nineties this afternoon. Isolated thunderstorm chances are possible. We've got a 20% chance east of the mountains Blue Ridge Mountains, increasing chances this afternoon. Evening overnight, cooling off into the sixties and low seventies with a chance of showers about a 40% likelihood we'll see showers continuing through tomorrow morning, upper eighties to around 90 degrees a bit cooler on Monday, and then we'll be right around 90 degrees with sunshine on Tuesday. I'm Storm Team four meteorologist for you never meant solo. And right now, taking a look at storm team for radar. We do have a shower that's dropping some rain right in the Fort Washington area stretching up through Oxon Hill. It's making its way towards the Marlowe Heights area. Suitland. Coral Hills and Walker Mill Area be therea shortly some lighter showers over the Arlington area stretching up through McClane, another cell over Columbia, Maryland, and also Layton's Ville right now, seeing a light shower now further to the west. We're seeing some showers and move into the region from the front royal area up. Through the Berryville area. Purcellville seeing part portions of this right now, as it continues to move in, as we see those isolated showers pop up throughout the afternoon, looking at temperatures, it's 80 60 reason Fairfax German town 87 degrees and it's 90 degrees in northwest DC at 2 52 200 teachers are getting special online lessons this week in White House history. The five day programme hosted by the White House Historical Association and has met the sharpened teacher's knowledge about Who's lived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue K through 12 teachers from Anna Rundle, Arlington and Fairfax County's are among those spending time this week, learning about the White House every day. We have historians that air giving brief presentations about.
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"Virginia Democrat Dumb moment teaching. We point out that we did not receive a weekly address from the White House this week. Next time she spend Radio American history TV this week, a conversation about the nuclear arms, race and civil rights in the 19 sixties, we'll hear from author Andrew Cohen. He talks about two successive days and the JFK presidency June 10th and 11th 1963 is the author of the book Two Days In June. He's interviewed by Colleen Sheldon. Director of the David Rubenstein National Center for White House History. Injured Tell us about your book, which focuses really on two days in the Kennedy presidency, June 10th and June 11th 1963. Why did you decide to write the book focused on on Ly two days of the Kennedy presidency? And why did you pick those two days to focus on Well, thank you coming, and it's a great honor to be here with you on the White House Historical Association particularly meaningful to me because, as Anita just said it was founded by Jackie Kennedy and in the White House 60 years ago. I have been looking for a way into the Kennedy administration for sometime hardest may be to believe that one of the most several days in my life was November 22nd 1963. Wasn't as an eight year old I learned of the assassination of President Kennedy. It isn't unusual for someone like me or anyone of my generation. Remember where he or she wass, But it did seem to me to change something. It developed for me a fascination Aside, grew up. My friends were interested in Captain Cook and the final frontier. I was interested in JFK and the new frontier and through my career as a journalist and as a student before that. Um, I had been looking asshole Washington correspondent as well for a way into the Kennedy story, of course calling. There were monumental biographies there were having memoires. There were academic studies. There was scarcely a part of Jeff case legacy that had not been dissected and inspected and examined. I wondered, though, if there was something new to say. And then I came upon in a sense these two days in June we're on the eve. Incidentally, of the 57th anniversary of June the night of June the Canton 11 1963. What can I say? That was new, And when I thought about it, I said to myself, my goodness to extraordinary speeches one on Thie one American University on June, the 10th 1963 in the morning, one on civil rights..
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"Judge they might want to keep parents and holding, which would lead to a separation of families of the kids are the only ones released the judge giving the administration until this Thursday to make a decision. Is it about another judge's ruling that did order the release of entire families? The Trump administration believes they should only make the center safer, not released detainees. Brazil's Koven skeptic president carrier Bolson Arrow as covert 19 more from CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker from London. Also narrow, reportedly began feeling tired Saturday night, just hours after dining with the U. S ambassador in the capital, Brasilia. He developed a cough and high fever on Sunday, and he's just On on live television to announce that his covert test has come back positive. I didn't bring thousands of students to campus safely during the pandemic. It's something they're working through a Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore in a town hall event on undergraduate student life, University officials said. There will be a lot of changes such as mandatory Covad safety rules. We have stood up of Kadre of safety ambassadors whose role is to monitor compliance. Johns Hopkins chief risk and compliance Officer John It said there will be disciplinary actions if needed. They start with encouragement and end with sanctions. He also said they're hoping once students return to campus. They stay there and don't mingle outside the university community, possibly exposing themselves to the virus. We may very well decide that once you're on campus, we don't want travel. Michelle Morello w T o P News K through 12 teachers from Northern Virginia suburban Maryland and D. C. Among those learning this week about the history of the People's House, Thanks to the White House Historical Association, About 200 teachers from 20 states are taking part in the online program, which includes primary source learning materials like letters written by the presidents. Colleen show, Guinness, senior vice president of the White House Historical Association, for focused on those who lived and worked in the White House, which, of course, includes President's first ladies White House staff. The lessons include slavery related to the White House in the history of slavery concerning the construction of the White House and also enslaved people who worked at the White House. There were also lesson's on the house itself and how it's changed over time. Dick Uliano. W T o P News.
White House cancels Easter Egg Roll over coronavirus
"An annual White House tradition has been called off due to concerns about the pandemic correspondent Karen Travers as the story out of Washington tonight there will be no White House Easter egg roll this year due to novel coronavirus First Lady melania trump announced that the health and safety of Americans is the first priority the CDC is recommended no events with fifty or more people the annual agro brings thousands to the White House each spring this is not the first time the festivities have been called off according to the White House historical association the Easter egg roll did not take place between nineteen forty three and nineteen fifty two because of World War two food conservation efforts and later a massive white house renovation during the Truman
Melania Trump announces cancellation of White House Easter Egg Roll
"And in Washington DC today an annual springtime event has also been canceled there will be no White House Easter egg roll this year due to novel coronavirus First Lady melania trump announced that the health and safety of Americans is the first priority the CDC is recommended no events with fifty or more people the annual agro brings thousands to the White House each spring this is not the first time the festivities have been called off according to the White House historical association the Easter egg roll did not take place between nineteen forty three and nineteen fifty two because of World War two food conservation efforts and later a massive white house renovation during the Truman administration Karen Travers A. B. C. news
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"Route one at kings highway as a result you detour your best bet sounds like you would use a combination of Beacon Hill road four hundred I'm Joe coming up to you to be traffic now here's a storm team four forty four counts with Matt return in city we had mostly cloudy skies over the district in the far northern Virginia and northern Maryland for most of the day a lot of low level clouds there's been more clearing south of the district but even those areas now start to see some mid and high level clouds blow overhead those clouds are blowing off the store system bring some heavy snow to the mountains of south in North Carolina right now highs in the low to mid forties that's where we got up to a this afternoon as the highs for the day of this class will continue to increase ahead of that storm system overnight tonight winds diminishing this evening but as this is going to weaken quite a bit and kind of fall apart as it heads towards us so it's basically just gonna bring us mostly cloudy skies overnight tonight but out towards the I. eighty one corridor some the higher elevations could pick up a few flurries maybe a few scattered snow showers about most of us will not see proof of flurries overnight tonight lows ranging from the upper twenties in the suburbs to the mid thirties in the city so definitely a season the cold night in a mixture of clouds and sunshine for tomorrow brisk and chilly highs in the upper forties to low fifties a little higher than we got stay but may not feel like it with that brisk breeze then on Monday will become cloudy again at another slow moving cold front rail be arriving southerly winds bring us mild temperatures I will be in the low to mid fifties and then Tuesday France was slow down a bit so more periods of rain dampened mild with highs in the low to mid fifties its forty two degrees right now in Fairfax forty one in Brooksville and were finally up to forty two here in front of plates thank you man it's three fifty one this bike history month a new in depth look into slavery around the nation's capital it's called slavery in the president's neighborhood and it's a new website initiative launched by the White House historical association the central.
How Did White House Press Briefings Go From Daily to Done?
"Brain. GRAINSTUFF Lauren Bogle bomb here in January of Twenty Twenty bestselling novelist Stephen King and Don winslow took to twitter to make a surprising pledge. They offered to donate two hundred thousand dollars to charity. If Stephanie Grisham the Press Secretary for President Donald Trump agreed to take questions from the full White House. Press Corps for one hour. You're in the White House. Press briefing room. The offer reportedly was rejected by Grisham. WHO's since taking the job in June of two thousand nineteen has yet to hold even one former former White House press briefing? Her views expressed an interview with these sinclair. Broadcast Group is that the briefings are unnecessary because reporters get opportunities to put questions to trump himself sometimes over the roar of the presidential helicopter on the White House lawn for the time being at least the trump administration has abandoned what had been in an important part of White House. Press Corps is routine dating back to the late eighteen hundreds before the official position of White House. Press Secretary even existed. That's when President William McKinley. Kenley set up a workspace in the White House for reporters and sent his first personal secretary. John Addison Porter to give the correspondence what the White House Historical Association notes. where I'm I more or less regular briefings? The White House press briefing gradually evolved into a formal event from the time of president. Herbert Hoover in the late nineteen twenties and early thirties. He's to Linden Johnson's tenure in the mid to late sixties White House press secretary's held twice a day briefing sessions in their own offices according to Martha Joint Kumar Book managing the president's message the White House Communications Operation Richard Nixon though no fan of the press still thought the briefings were important enough that he had a swimming pool torn out so that he could convert the space into a meeting room for briefings. That area is now known as the James S. Brady press briefing room in honor of president. Ronald Reagan's press secretary who was seriously wounded during the attempt. On Reagan's life in Nineteen eighty-one during Bill Clinton's time in the White House in the nineteen nineties. Press Secretary Mike. McCurry decided to allow the daily press briefings to be televised that practice continued until the trump white house began barring cameras from briefings in two thousand seventeen before discontinuing them altogether. Oh we spoke by email but former C. N. N. White House correspondent Dan Lowthian who spent five years covering the Bush and Obama administrations. He said I think the briefings were useful full for a number of reasons. First of all it was an opportunity to get the White House response or thinking on an issue on camera rather than a written statement it allowed us to gang up on them around a question they might have been trying to avoid showing them dodge. An answer is sometimes the news briefings also put statements on the record for later. Comparison finally finally every now and then there would be breaking news and as happened after Osama bin Laden was caught lots of great details even if some turned out not to be true. Lowthian Dan who went on to found little park media and to become a visiting scholar at the School of Journalism at Northeastern University recalls that the format for the briefings was fairly constant. He said there was a certain order to who got called on briefings always started with the Associated Press and ended with a thank you from the Associated Press once in a while the press secretary would mix it up a bit but it usually happened around the same time each day and questions from the first two rows came in order. We also spoke by email with Tom. Tom Jones a senior media writer for the POYNTER Institute. A journalism education organization. He said while it's true that the president and his representatives often make themselves available bowl in informal settings such as the White House lawn. It's not the same as press. Briefings the format of shouting out questions under the sound of a whirling helicopter is not conducive to asking complicated policy questions nor pertinent. Follow up questions. The frenzied free for all of these much too brief informal interviews make it much harder to get into the topics. What's that require nuance and specifics? It's so much easier for the president to brush aside or ignore questions. He doesn't like when he's walking along the White House grounds when he or one of his representatives representatives are standing behind a podium a controlled setting they must face the questions that require long substantive answers as opposed to the one or two short sentences that suffice in those informal formal settings let view essentially is shared by a group of thirteen former White House press secretary and Foreign Service and military officials who published an opinion in peace on. CNN's website in January of twenty twenty calling for trump to restore the regular briefings in their view. Having to prepare for briefings helps the government to run better letter. They wrote the sharing of information known. As official guidance among government officials and agencies helps ensure that an administration speaks with one voice telling one story however compelling it might be Lowthian also sees the apparent end the briefings as unfortunate. He said it's a valid criticism that some reporters others use briefings to showboat. However I think when covering the White House briefings aren't important function that allow the public and reporters to maintain daily connections? Sometimes it's routine information other times. An odd question from the back of the room can turn into the story of the day even so Lowthian says journalists who cover the the administration will find a way to get stories he said this new normal might be unfortunate but not paralyzing. Reporters are in the business of getting information whether it comes from the mouth of his spokesperson or sources all across the beltway.
What Is the U.S. Presidential Seal?
"SMART is open open is smart. IBM is combining their industry expertise with the open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential essential. Let's put smart to work learn more at IBM dot. com slash red hat welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartmedia. Hey brain stuff lauren bogle Bam here over the years you've probably noticed the emblem emblazoned on the side of Air Force One. It's also attached to the podium from which the US President gives speeches and appears on official White House stationary and invitations a railroad locomotive painted to honor president didn't George H W Bush is decorated with it. It's the seal of the president of the United States of America the presidential seal look similar with slight differences to the great seal of the United States the official symbol. That's impressed upon official documents such as treaties and commissions the precise design of the presidential seal was detailed an executive order ninety-six forty-six issued in October of Nineteen forty-five by President Harry S Truman. It's specified that the seal depict an American Eagle that's holding ending an olive branch in its right Talon and a bundle of thirteen arrows to symbolize the original thirteen states and it's left while clutching in it's big a white scroll inscribed with the motto Eh Pluribus Unum Latin for out of many one behind and above the Eagle. There's a background of radiating glory depiction of rays rays of light crossed by an arc of thirteen cloud puffs below which there's a constellation of mullet sergeant which are five pointed compass stars that image is surrounded by a ring of white stars symbolizing the current fifty United States and around that another circle with lettering seal of the president of the United States though the presidential seals precise origins are unclear it was clearly inspired by the great seal that national symbol was adopted by the continental congress in in seventeen eighty two after secretary of the Continental Congress Charles Thompson merged ideas from several committees into a sketch that subsequently was modified by Herald Thomas the spartan that's according to the State Department's Nineteen seventy-six official history of the great seal written by Richard S Patterson and Richardson Dougal but at some point. US presidents decided that like the British monarch. They needed their own personal coat of arms as well. We spoke by email with Matthew Castello senior historian for the White House Historical Association. He said that the great seal quote was the official symbol of the United States federal government not the office of the Presidency Eh as such some president simply used the great seal while others thought that the president should have their own distinct seal. Castilla explains at least several throw presidents in the eighteen hundreds created their own seals incorporating. Whatever flourishes appeal to them James K polk for example used his own seal on the proclamation of war against against Mexico in eighteen forty six Millard fillmore came up with his own slightly different version which he sent to Maryland Postmaster engraver Edward Stabler to make in eighteen fifty Lincoln used a personalized seal as well. A presidential seal didn't actually appear on an invitation to an event until eighteen seventy seven Kevin according to Authors Patterson and Dougal President Rutherford B Hayes who was hosting a dinner honoring Russian Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich made the invites look fancier zero by placing them with a seal that featured an arc of clouds raise and stars between the Eagles wingtips but the Haze Eagle was thinner in scrawny than today's robust looking eagle and its head turned toward the bundle of arrows rather than toward the olive branch in Nineteen to President Theodore Roosevelt ordered yet another other presidential seal to be installed on the floor of the White House entrance hall. He commissioned a french-american Sculptor Philip Martigny to create a new one Martigny drew on the Hayes design fine but added a few changes including engraving the phrase the seal of the President of the United States in that circular border Truman who didn't like Martin. He's work had removed emplaced elsewhere in the White House during World War Two President Franklin Roosevelt who was fascinated with insignia asked experts to redesign the presidential seal they came up with the idea of adding ring of stars to represent. All the states and having Eagle Face the olive branches rather than the Arrows to emphasize the desire for peace rather rather than war that design was the one that Truman approved in nineteen forty five and it's been used ever since in nineteen fifty nine and nineteen sixty President Dwight Eisenhower and how updated it by adding stars for Alaska and Hawaii. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake Jake Hydra and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff. It's production and I heart radio. How stuff works for more this and lots of other official topics that our home planet has stuff works dot com and for for more podcasts from iheartradio. 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"white house historical association" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He and the reputation of the Watergate journalists who brought down Richard Nixon. This is why they're hanging on. Okay. Mentioned earlier that I your host. I'm again being blamed for destroying the old media monopoly. By the way, they're right about this. I don't take this criticism is unjust or unfair. They're absolutely right about it. And you know, when they begin talking about it. They do when you get them speaking. Honestly, they do say this. This is this is why I am this program. Have always been a target in one thousand nine hundred eight when this program started there were the three networks and CNN the newspapers and that was it. There wasn't this program was the first national conservative media program outside of some magazines William F Buckley's firing line on PBS this program. Was it literally C N N had not been on the air that long. It was the three networks and they owned it. They had a monopoly on what was reported. What wasn't reported what the commentary on? What was reported was. So now we had to let's see here. Rob yesterday afternoon. Headline news across America. Carol costello. Is talking to Douglas Brinkley. He's back Rice University history. Professor. And officials scholar of the presidency. They're discussing John McCain and the lack of bipartisanship in our nation's capital Americans are much more alike than they are different. And when we talk about the extremes. I don't think that's the majority of Americans still believe most Americans are moderate, and they don't have one. They don't have like a defined set of ideology each. A lot of with. Right. So why why are you play out in our politics because we're we now have a media that people choose one can listen to meal. Rush Limbaugh or Fox News one can go MSNBC or a more liberal NPR programming. There isn't Walter Cronkite figure that everybody's tuning in on to get the same news in the evenings. And so it creates some disharmony, isn't it fascinating that that's their fix, you know, Obama dreamed about this too. He commented on this number of times, we used to have common values. Everybody watches him news every night. Everybody got the same packs. Zanu same. We don't have that anymore. Oh, they would love to go back to those days. Here's John mecum. He's the former editor at Newsweek and wherever they'll take him in the liberal media. This was this morning in Washington. The White House historical association held a forum on the president's and the press during a discussion of the evolution of a pinion driven media. Presidential historian John mecum said nineteen twenty one radio comes along television in the late forties. There's something called the fairness doctrine here. We all own the public airwaves. So the idea was you could not express an opinion unless you gave equal time to both sides most Rupel decided to stay out of that business altogether and best part of a generalised. Deregulation move President Reagan repeal that in the eighties as eighty six eighty seven. Rush Limbaugh goes national in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight by nineteen Ninety-two. He so important at his support of Pat Buchanan helps bring George. Hw Bush down in the ninety two New Hampshire. Primary Ninety-six you have FOX MSNBC CNN was founded in eighty of course. But it it began its move. And so you had this period where we did have more or less with the kind of and part of it also is it that's the media world in which most of us grew up. We're accustomed to. Cronkite times. And there was a conversation. We need desperately to get back to these people. Mischaracterizing the fairness doctrine every time. They talk about it. The fairness doctrine is not equal time. Equal time as a separate doctrine. It's a separate theory or a separate regulation, and it applies in campaigns. But the fairness doctrine, let me briefly tell you what it is. When it was in play. Did I worked in PK doing in Sacramento doing this show under the fairness doctrine, it didn't stop me? It didn't stop the management of KFC K. We had we had me we had people at disgust carrot cake recipes at the holidays, we had people discussing local sewage problems we covered debate. I happen to be the only one talking about. Politics. But there was no limit. And we lived under the fairness Dr way, it worked was if I said something on the air that somebody in the community disagreed with. They would they were we invited them in would put them on the program. They didn't get equal time. They got to appear. If I wanted to have him on for ten minutes or fifteen that's what we did. But even that was not a requirement. The fairness doctrine was simply something that said there has to be an attempt at balanced, but how you define balance is up to you. Fairness doctrine balances never said that if you do three hours of conservative you've gotta follow what with three hours of liberalism. It's never been that. So if you as a radio station, you do three hours of conservatism navy Sunday morning, you do three hours a liberal. Bam. Your balanced. If you do ten hours a week of something as long as you do appreciable amount of time during the week doing something else, your balanced, it's not equal time. And it doesn't grant opponents automatic these people don't even know what the fairness doctrine is all they know is all they think they know is that when it was repealed was when I finally had a chance to blossom. They don't know is I worked in Sacramento doing this exact show for all intents and purposes for three years under the fairness doctrine, it was not a limitation in any way shape manner reform. Anyway, I gotta take a break. We'll be back. We'll continue after this..
"white house historical association" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Conservative owns or operates more than one hundred ninety stations across the united states including twenty two and affiliates two thirds of those stations are in states that voted for trump the trump is also seeking to me the companies also seeking to acquire dozens more by purchasing tribune media white house on monday held its annual easter egg roll but the remarks by the president left the kids and the adults wondering what he was talking about msnbc's brian williams has more there was the president flanked by the first lady and the aforementioned bunny and the permanently affixed bunny mouth appeared to give the bunny a kind of permanent look of horror shock revulsion and surprise all at the same time then the president said this which had some folks wondering if he'd forgotten what the place was called a wanna thank the white house historical association and all of the people that worked so hard with bologna a with everybody to keep this incredible house or building or whatever you wanna call it because it really is no name for it it is special and we keep it in tip top shape we call it sometimes tippy top shape and it's a great great place you know that feeling you get when you hear someone say something for the first time and you just know in that instant will be hearing about that again today's cajun at the sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue building had that ring to it then the president launched into the body of his remarks remember as he speaks remember as you listen to this this is for an audience of children who are there with their parents.
"white house historical association" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"House late tonight b one demanding opportunities each of us has to enjoy the people's house together and to fireplace the words of john adams whose famous saying is engrave on demand mantle here in the state dying may non but honest and wiseman ever ruler on their decision as we seek to gather indices story exciting i thank you all for being here and i thank you for your continued support of the white house historical season that he'll god bless this home and may god to continue to block the united states first lady melania trump last night the reception for the white house historical association it's funding comes from the sale of publications in gift items and private in corporate contributions today at the white house and 11yearold boy from falls church virginia got his wish he wanted to modal lawn frank jackieo wrote a letter to president trump recently saying he admires the president's business document and that he runs his own neighbourhood lawn care business so see the press reports the franc was so focused on pushing the lawnmower he did notice president trump had emerged to greet him the president was next to him in the rosecolored so four the country right there what you navy seal make it down.
"white house historical association" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The firm ds economics predicts that the impact of hurricane erma and also hurricane harvey could slow us gross domestic product will one percent this year dropping to two point eight percent last night the white house hosted the annual reception and dinner of the white house historical association which is a private nonprofit group which has a mission to enhance the public's understanding and appreciation in enjoyment of the home in principle workplace with president the united states in the current first lady melania trump spoke oh can look back at the creation of this association by another first lady white house historical association seaney standing in 90s sixty one by first lady jackie kennedy has the type of admission of talent the stories of this grand tall and the families empty relieved and worked here the artifacts on display earlier this evening i some of their latest in the white house collection hills chrysler sluman tell us a segers silver ira she steady big even credible inside the past presidents first families and the white house itself the how tell the story of ironies it also underscore why your support of the white house historical the season is so important your generosity and your commitment to supporting these great organization keeps these items.