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"WFAN FM. Woodbridge, WMA Washington, one point nine FM and AM six thirty. A Cumulus station. Where Washington comes to talk news now. DMZ meeting, not a warmonger. I'm Barbara Kusak. We're going to the border President, Trump announcing minutes ago that is needing at the DMZ is on after making a request to North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN on Twitter every meeting with chairman Kim, I look forward to very much look forward to seeing him. We've developed a very good relationship. And we understand each other. I do believe he understands me, and I think I may be understand him. And sometimes that can lead to very good things. More from correspondent Bob Costantini, covering the president overseas. The desire to have Kim show up at the DMZ fits into President Trump's attempts to paint himself as a peacemaker, not only trying to get along with the north dictator for the sake of preventing his long range, nuclear missile, desires, but also wanting to talk to Iran's leaders to ease tensions at home. They think that I may walk. Warmonger. They thought that when I got elected within the first year would be in World, War, three and I'm really the opposite of warmonger. He briefed at button hit again in trade talks between the US and China word came from the leaders of both countries who met on the sidelines of the g twenty summit, President Trump agreed to hold off for now on plans to impose tariffs on three hundred billion dollars. More in Chinese imports. Democratic presidential candidate who and Castro was denied access. Would he and three other state lawmakers arrived at a detention facility? Housing, migrant children in Clinton, Texas on Saturday came here to the Clinton,.

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"Really not going to happen in the last twenty. Oh, we've got this John. Dean thing I'm Tatler you got the news media in Mexico deal. New York is looking to legalize prostitution, which I think, might be redundant and unnecessary. But as Colonel Shaffer was just said, you know, legalized prostitution all over the place. What are the politician's gonna do? You can have. They have left and the Corleone family. What are they gonna do? They got nothing left. WFAN FM, Woodbridge WMA on Washington, five point nine FM, and AM six thirty w NFL Washington. A Cumulus station. Where Washington comes to talk news now. W L news at nine good morning everyone. I'm John Matthews. They Montgomery County council member is speaking out about a police traffic stop. He endured early Saturday state trooper who said after approaching the car that I had stopped past the stop line at the last stop light. We'll join does says, when the trooper asked him if he owned the car, he knew it was a pretext up a traffic, stop main under the pretext of a traffic violation, made to check the drivers criminal background state. Police deny that allegation. But John DoE's says he's been stopped under similar circumstances, many times before he was issued a warning, not a ticket, which Jaren boulevard retiring democratic primary voters in Fairfax county, or choosing a new board chair nominee. Today, traditionally district supervisor Jeff MacKay the candidate backed by outgoing Bulla would have been a shoe in jerk. Mckay has been kind of for the Democrats establishment candidate. But former US Congressman Tom Davis tells W E mails warnings on the mall. Mckay is facing a battle from three challengers, Jim Chapman, eight hundred thousand dollars of his own money..

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"WFAN FM, Woodbridge, WMA, Washington point nine FM, and AM six thirty w. AL yard volley of Francis. Won't you can post reports US Mexican officials outlined, a possible deal overnight in an effort to sidestep President Trump's Britain tariffs on Mexican imports reporter, Kevin sif says it's still not clear, whether the president will accept it on the table that would basically allow Mexico and Guatemala to serve as what would be called safe third countries? In other words asylum seekers who arrive in the US would instead, be deported to indicate Guatemalan, it'd be deported to Mexico and McCain's hundreds and Salvadorans, there'd be deported to Guatemala. And they could then apply for asylum in those countries of Israel's expected to resume talks later today, a presidential candidate, Joe Biden is reversing course in declaring he no longer supports a longstanding congressional ban on using federal money to pay for abortions reversal Thursday came after a rivals. And women's groups blasted him for. Firming, that he still supported the Hyde amendment on New York City's police Commissioner is apologizing for the police raid on a gay bar back in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine that became a galvanizing point in the gay rights movement, five decades, after the police raided the stonewall in a gay bar in New York's Greenwich Village the police department here officially apologized. The actions taken by the NYPD were wrong, plain, and simple. That's current NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill, and for that I apologize the apology came at a meeting about safety during pride month. The raid fifty years ago, sparked a push back that came to be known as the stonewall riots, it was a turning point in the gay rights movement. Steve Kastenbaum, new Trump signed on nineteen billion dollar disaster aid Bill aimed at helping communities across the country, bounceback from hurricanes floods tornadoes, and fires. Trump tweeted photo of holding these signed Bill, and what appeared to.

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"Future of US economy, U S, China trade relations will be on that in a second. This is the Ben Shapiro show. WMA lfm. Woodbridge WMA Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times a day. W M A L, A Cumulus station. I should probe care of battle. I'm Anne Cates. The president's eldest son is pushing back after being summoned to appear before the Senate intelligence committee, correspondent maharaja ultra juniors legal team has resisted the format of the interview that they wanted to have which is why they have not agreed to come forward. They don't want to answer those questions, and they don't want it subjected to what some Republicans, call of potential perjury trap. Which is why they're in a situation right now where the subpoena is is looming over Donald Trump junior at the moment. He's fighting a trade war between the US and China has escalated tit-for-tat comes after talks broke down Friday with no discussion scheduled even as the president plans to meet with China's Xi Jinping late in June. We're dealing with them. We have a very good relationship. Maybe something will happen. We're going to be meeting as you know, what the g twenty in Japan. One of his core. Constituencies has been hurt by the trade war with China? That's actually more than a year old the president pledging additional aid to help offset. Lost 'exiles. We're going to take the highest year. The biggest purchase that China has ever made with our farmers which is about fifteen billion dollars and do something. Reciprocal to our farmers are farmers can do well up costintini the White House on Wall Street. The Dow fell six hundred seventeen the SNP off seventy the NASDAQ down two hundred seventy desperate housewives star eliciting Huffman has pleaded guilty and college admissions scandal correspondent Bryn gingrass reports. The actress now faces sentencing in exchange for her guilty plea. Prosecutors recommended to the judge Huffman get four months in prison, and she is spared additional charges. It's possible. She may receive no time at all depending on the judge's decision. Sentencing. Glory. It's a much different path. And actress Laurie Laughlin was also implicated in the scam. But instead facing forty years behind bars after she refused to plead guilty to the initial charge. I'm.

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"WMA lfm. Woodbridge WMA. Oh, Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. Tariffs on China? More nasty weather. I'm Evan Haning. We absolutely need to get tough with China. And it's not just on trade with no deal on trade. President Trump's tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports has soared from ten percent to twenty five percent democratic congressman and presidential candidate. Seth Moulton told Fox News Sunday, China is a rising threat to US national security. I mean, they are stealing American ideas and American military secrets to the internet every single day. But we need a strategy and molten doesn't think Trump has one White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow told Fox News Sunday. He has a different take things. I've learned on President Trump is the tariffs are part of negotiations, and they show the we do mean business, and we will take action heavy rains and floods of pounded states in the south and southeast this weekend. And correspondent David Daniel reports they've certainly taken their toll strong storms rocked Dauphin island off the Alabama. Coast homeowners and vacationers surveyed the damage Sunday afternoon after fierce winds sent trees into homes and scattered debris across the island. And then our house start shaking like we were in a boat, and it was shaking and rocking back and forth. Six point one magnitude earthquake rattled homes in south west Panama on near the border with Costa Rica, some buildings were damaged at least one person was injured. But so far no fatalities reported. Well, the United Arab Emirates says four ships were attacked off its eastern coast just off of one of the major port facilities near the straits of who's four vessels base say were attacked in what they describe sabotage operations. Correspondent Nic Robertson reports at intelligence suggests US military personnel and operations could be threatened. The Gulf Cooperation Council for the states has condemned. The sabotage the US has warned that Iran or its proxies could be targeting maritime traffic in the region. I'm Evan Haning. WMA all news at seven oh two on Steve coming former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning who was recently released from jail in Alexandria after refusing to testify about her disclosure of military and diplomatic secrets to WikiLeaks. Twenty ten said she will.

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"WFAN FM, Woodbridge WMA, Al Washington. The tune in. So you can take us with you wherever you go W A, L, A Cumulus station. Mixed reaction, wall funds. I'm Barbara Kusak. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, sentenced to forty seven months for his tax and Bank fraud conviction in Virginia. Paul Manafort told the judge to say, I am humiliated and shamed would be a gross understatement. His attorney Kevin downing made cleave such responsibility for his conduct. I think most importantly, there is absolutely no evidence. Paul Manafort was involved with any collusion with any government official from Russia democratic member of the judiciary committee Senator Richard Blumenthal. Suggesting Manafort got quite a pass, the American people would be justified in feeling that there has been some miscarriage of Justice here. The recommendation of nineteen to twenty five years is an assessment of the severity of these crimes. Bob Costantini, Washington. The house approved abroad resolution condemning bigotry after remarks by a democratic member that some viewed as anti semitic. Some Democrats warned that. Party leaders were playing into Republicans hands and it stymied legitimate debate over US Israel policy. A top Senate democrat says the Pentagon plans to tap one billion dollars in leftover funds from military pay and pensions to help fund the president's southern border wall. Senator dick Durbin says the funds are available because army recruitment is down and a voluntary early military. Retirement program is being underutilized. It's the military that will end up surrendering projects that are underway. Investments in our troops that are under way. So that the president can build this all mighty wallop. His turban tells the Associated Press imagined the Democrats making a proposal to cut military pay and pensions, I'm Carey. She maker China's foreign minister says the US North Korea summit in Vietnam last week was an important step toward denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, noting many issues cannot be solved overnight. Barbara.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

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"WFAN FM, Woodbridge WMA L, Washington. The tune in. So you can take us with you wherever you go W A, L, A Cumulus station. Border declaration Kelly jailed Barbara Kusak. Homeland security secretary Kirsten Neilsen defended the president's emergency declaration of the southern border. By my read of it. It is an emergency. It is a dual crisis secretary Nielsen speaking to a house committee saying the influx of migrants at the southern border could overwhelm the immigration system. And Nielsen says it's up to congress to do something about it. This is a true humanitarian crisis that the system is a neighboring we have to change the laws. Meanwhile, a Bill blocking the president's declaration of a national emergency passed in the house last week and is likely to pass in the Senate next week. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill last year's US trade deficit in goods reached a record despite President Trump's efforts to narrow the gap. The deficit in goods grew to eight hundred ninety one point three billion dollars imports jumped in some exports were slammed by retaliation against US tariffs hours. After our NBA artists are Kelly addressed his pending sex abuse. Case. He's been jailed on another matter are Kelly is now back in custody after failing to pay more than one hundred sixty thousand dollars in child support he didn't have one hundred six dollars. So we. Tried to work things out. It didn't work out in your. Being assassinated, I have been buried alive. Kelly's new troubles coming just hours after a fiery interview with CBS news or the singer lashed out when pressed on the sex abuse charges. He's facing blaming.

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"WFAN FM, Woodbridge WMA L, Washington. Tune in at so you can take us with you wherever you go W N, L, A Cumulus station. L news at five thirty. I'm Maria leaf President Trump says he will be visiting Alabama on Friday to survey the damage left by tornadoes have been a tragic situation. But a lot of good work is being done. We've been in constant touch with the governor. And also the governor of Georgia. Meanwhile, elite county Alabama the search is continuing for people who are missing this is sheriff Jay Jones, the current number. We're looking at is approximately seven to eight people come down way down actually from what we initially had that effort will continue today. Hopefully that number will continue to decrease his today goes on twenty three people have died as a result of the tornadoes. The president calls it in part of the part of the hoax and accuses Democrats are beginning the twenty twenty campaign. The White House is refusing at least one Senate for quest for information by a house committee House Democratic committee chairs did not send subpoenas. But that might not be too far away White House counsel. Bologne has sent a letter to oversight chairman Elijah Cummings refusing letters of request for information from administration figures in agencies specifically regarding Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner's getting a security clearance, allegedly at the insistence of the president. It seems likely a similar letter of refusal who go to judiciary committee share Jerrold Nadler, who's issued scores of letters of request for information. The expected wave of refusals are bound to prompt the committees to issue subpoenas. Bob Costantini, the White House every road in the areas riddled with potholes this time of year. But have you noticed where the biggest problems are the BW GW? Parkway's all federal roads. Congress has systematically underfunded the National Park Service, and they have over twelve billion dollars in infrastructure backlog. John Townsend with AAA says, it's not just maintenance. None of the roads have been widened the past sixty years extremely dangerous to try to die at your pothole. Order beer into another lane becomes you have such a small margin of error. Another federal road. The Clara Barton was supposed to be patched today. But the equipment broke down. John Matthews on WMA Allen, WFAN dot com. New tonight US customs and border protection is building a new facility in El Paso, Texas to help manage the ever-growing number of families crossing the US Mexico. Border officials say the facility will be a centralized location where migrants can get proper medical screenings and care, but it's a temporary measure and the system can't support the increase in families because they require specialized care and cannot be easily returned over the border.

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"Or at least a little closer to their fair share. Yeah. Whatever. Yeah. The economy's booming unemployment for blacks and Hispanics is lower than ever for women. Yeah. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. W M A L. We're Washington comes to talk. WMA FM, Woodbridge WMA. Oh, washington. Download the tune in. So you can take us with you wherever you go W A, L, A Cumulus station. Visit to I'm Marie Lee. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen still testifying this hour before the house oversight committee on his role with Trump over the last decade Virginia congress democratic congressman Gerry Connolly, telling the panel. It's none uncommon for congress to depend on people who have lied in the past to eventually come clean, this congress historically has relied on all kinds of shady figures who turned. One of the most famous who led to the decapitation of organized crime families in America, go Belotti congressional hearing. He was a witness, and he committed a lot worse crimes than you're convicted Cohen says he is assisting with other investigations in the hopes of getting a reduced sentence. There are ongoing investigations currently being conducted that have nothing to do with this committee or congress that I am assisting in and it is for the benefit of a rule thirty five motion. Yes, you can listen to live coverage of that hearing right now at wwl dot com. Along battle over a Maryland memorial to World War One veterans landing in the nation's highest court opponents say the century old Bladensburg piece crosses a Christian symbol that violates separation of church and state, it's not a religious symbol at all Jesus. And the twelve apostles are not at the forty nine. Members of Prince George's county who died in row one. They're the ones on it. Gary to let's go with the American civil rights. Union which filed an amicus brief with the supreme court supporting the cross she told mornings on the mall opponents are small targets and just like with any other political movement. They're gonna start picking bigger targets. If they went on the smaller ones the court heard arguments on the cross today. A ruling is due in June. John Matthews on WFAN WFAN dot com, Kim Jong UN to give up his nuclear weapons and halt missile production is the goal the summit. The President Trump is now having the North Korean leader the president continuing with his charm offensive towards him at their first sit down discussions painted a picture of a prosperous nation for the North Korean dictator. Tremendous economic potential unbelievable unlimited..

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"Agency old the president should be jail. You know, you're one hundred percent, right. And I haven't been slice it that way. Paul. That's why we let smart people like you. Part of the radio show. Do that on CNN? Do you can't call in to Jim shudo's show and say, hey, Jim, aren't you? An Obama administration official. This is the Chris Plante show. Wwl FM. Woodbridge WMA Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. A L, A Cumulus station. News. It eleven thirty. I'm Marie leave. The news is brought to you by compassion international. President Trump will we spending this presidents day in Florida international university for a speech where he is expected to stay that Venezuelan military officials should work towards dramatic recy- or risk losing everything. They have according to one guy though, as many as three hundred fifty thousand people inside Venezuela are at risk of dying because there is very little in terms of medication. And I mean in very basic terms goes tape IV fluid, and then you also talking about plasters, you're talking about antibiotics you're talking about anti retroviral drugs. Correspondent ISA zora's. Chicago police say they'd like to talk to actor Jesse Smolen again about the report and attack on him last month. Police question till brother who had been considered suspects. But the men were released Friday without charges and small it's attorney says one of the men was this client's personal trainer. Traffic.

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"Wwl FM. Woodbridge WMA Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. M A L, A Cumulus station. News border security nomination withdrawn. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump is expected to veto any resolution passed by congress disapproving of his national emergency declaration correspondent, Sarah. Westwood the House Judiciary committee already saying it plans to investigate the process that led up to this declaration chairman, Jerry Nadler, a democrat saying he plans to hold hearings about the national emergency declaration. So there are a lot of roadblocks facing the Trump administration before they ever touch a dime of the six billion dollars. Trump is trying to access with this national emergency declaration Republican congressman will hurt of Texas whose district includes more than eight hundred miles of the border with Mexico told CBS has face the nation that President Trump's moves such a dangerous precedent State Department. Spokeswoman Heather Nauert is no longer in the running for UN ambassador. Now, it was chosen by President Trump for UN ambassador, but not officially nominated the State Department spokeswoman released a statement that says the past two months have been grueling. My family, and therefore it is in the best interest of my family that I withdraw my name from consideration. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he respects Nauert's decision and said she performed her duties as a senior member of his team with what he called unequaled excellence. The State Department says the president will announce another nominee soon. Linda Kenyon, Washington CNN is reporting Nauert employed a nanny who is in the US legally, but not authorized to work. President Trump is calling on other countries to help battle ISIS terrorists in Syria. Correspondent Ben Wedeman? President Trump is telling European allies that they have to step up and replace the Americans here. It is also worth pointing out there. In fact, our British and French special forces on the ground, we've seen them, and everyone seems to be playing a part, but it does appear that President Trump is basically giving an ultimatum. The president was criticized after announcing that American troops would be withdrawn from Syria. I'm Ann Cates. WMA all news at four. Oh, two. I'm Lori Kelman. Anna Rondo county police are hunting down a man,.

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"Beta Aurora and field is clearing for Kamla. Harris. Coming up through the state of the union address last night. President Trump gives a burn burger Democrats responding Ben Shapiro show. WFAN FM Woodbridge WMA on Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. W M A L, A Cumulus station. Expanding probe border talk on Barbara Kusak. President Trump called the new chairman of the house intelligence committee, Adam Schiff, a political hack who's trying to build a name for himself. Correspondent Kaitlan Collins reports the come out common comes Schiff announced plans for a broad new investigation into Russian election meddling and Trump's foreign financial interests forcing now is Adam Schiff shooting back at the president saying that despite what the president said, quote, he said we're going to continue on with our oversight are investigations. And we won't be intimidated by his Volker threats the seventeen member team of lawmakers negotiating a deal to avert a second government shutdown over border wall funding cut a briefing today on border security and a wall, Oregon, Senator democrat Jeff Merkley believes another shutdown can be avoided since we've already had a meeting of the minds on border security before surely we can get there again. I hope but I wouldn't would I bet money. No, top Senate democrat Chuck Schumer believes a deal can be done. By February fifteenth at both parties support if the president does not interfere the House Judiciary committee heard from gun rights advocates as well as supporters of tighter, background checks and the ban on assault rifles. Houston police chief art us veto believes commonsense measures could spare lives I believe that the legislation will save at least one life. And it's my child who dies. I want him to know. And I want to know that I was here today speaking on that life. Correspondent Bill Michaels reports. The army is developing a new fitness program to check the combat readiness of its troops. The army's new fitness tests will be more grueling ED's dead. Lifts power throws an other exercises designed to make soldiers more fit and ready for combat commanders have complained in recent years that the soldiers they get out of basic training aren't fit enough. President Trump announced treasury department official David mall passes choice to lead the World Bank. Maltese is a sharp critic of.

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"A L where Washington comes to talk WFAN FM. Woodbridge WMA, oh, Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. W M, A L shoe realistic. News at seven, I'm Heather Curtis. Another high ranking Virginia official admits he to wore black face attorney, general Mark herring says he and some college friends put on black face when they dressed up as wrappers for party in one thousand nine hundred eighty he says in a statement, they didn't have an appreciation for the experiences and perspectives of others political science, professor, Dr Steven Farnsworth. This is really an amazing development in Virginia. You now have all three statewide elected officials in the middle of controversies about past behavior. Herring says he's sorry. But the Republican party of Virginia says he needs to resign Virginia. NWEA C P chair committee member Phillip Thompson, says Virginia's history of racism runs deep. He lives in a town that in one thousand nine hundred sixties, they filled in a swimming pool rather than allow African Americans sue swimming pool. So it is Virginia the chairman of the Virginia legislative. The black caucus says its members need time to process the revelation and days after a report that Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax sexually assaulted a woman at the two thousand four democratic national convention that woman issues a statement today that she says is meant to set the record straight Manasseh Tyson says when she went with him to his hotel room to pick up documents the two started kissing that she says with consensual, but what happened next wasn't. She says he forced her to perform a sex act on him. Fairfax Senator statement, he's never done anything like what she suggests and maintains the sexual contact. They had was consensual and now should Northam Fairfax and herring step down. Republican house. Speaker Cox would become governor the district's getting help from the feds to slow it's rising homicide rate. So who get caught with guns in DC will soon have their cases heard in federal rather than city court a move designed to combat a homicide rate that grew by more than forty percent last year, mayor Muriel bowser gun violence will not. Not be tolerated. In the district is sends the clear message that there will be swift and certain accountability we have been targeting repeat offenders is a major generator of violent crime now with additional resources from the FBI. And federal prosecutors cases can be processed much.

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"Step out of the car. Please. I probably made a mistake rob ably. Okay. Isn't okay. When it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign stop and call a cab a car or a friend buzzed driving is drunk driving. A message brought to you by nitsa and the Ad Council. Five sleep WMA FM. Woodbridge WMA Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times a day on W M, A L, A Cumulus station. WMA? Al news three I'm header Curtis happening. Now the senate's voting on the president's proposal to reopen. The government includes nearly six billion dollars for a border wall in exchange for some temporary three protections for dreamers in those with temporary protected status. Republican Senator James Langford had called it a reasonable compromise. As expected democratic Senator Chuck Schumer disagrees calling this a reasonable compromise is laughable. It's historically partisan proposal that perfectly encapsulates the president's hostage. Taking of the American government. The senate's also voting today on a democratic Bill that would reopen parts of the government that are closed through February eighth while offering twelve billion dollars in disaster aid. Neither bill's expected to pass an airline workers at Reagan national or warning of security lapses, if the partial government shutdown continues TSA agents and air traffic controllers are about to go without pay for a second time tomorrow. Shutdown has to stop themselves. Morale is going down the funding is going down. Rachel Abraham president of the union that represents the TSA at Reagan says agents don't have the resources to keep working without pay for much longer. And that bothers Sara Nelson president of the flight attendants union, we are going to work today understanding that the layers of security that needs to be there the layers of security that were put in place after nine eleven when the TSA was created are not their window to want to be male and WMA AL dot com. Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross's questioning why furloughed federal workers are reluctant to take out loans to get through the government shutdown. Ross was asked on CNBC today about reports that some of the eight hundred thousand workers not receiving paychecks are going to homeless shelters to get food. Democrats say the president and his team out of touch about the impact on American workers the motive behind a shooting at a Florida Bank yesterday that left five women dad is unclear Sebring police chief Carl Haag lung. We have no information as to the. This time as to what his true motive may have been believe that it is a random act don't believe anybody will specifically targeted, but we are still trying to establish obviously, what has occurred the gravity and the nature of light has occurred suspect Zaphon savers being held without bond on five counts of premeditated murder after a court appearance this morning, the Virginia Senate approves legislation that would make it easier to bring a gun to a place of worship GOP controlled Senate narrowly voted to support the legislation today. The Bill would repeal a law that prohibits people from bringing guns and knives to places of worship during religious services without a good insufficient. Reason Democrats say the Bill would make places of worship unsafe Republicans say individual places of worship should be able to make their own decisions about it. The bills still has to pass the house and go to the governor for a signature checking your money. The Dow down fifty three points to twenty four thousand five twenty one the NASDAQ up thirty three to seven thousand fifty nine next traffic and.

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"Wwl FM. Woodbridge WMA Washington shot TSA disciplined, focus on our Kelly. I'm Elliot Francis. With no end in sight to the partial government shutdown. The Transportation Security Administration says more screeners are calling in sick. Meanwhile, the absences at a southern California airport prompted one federal official to raise the possibility of disciplinary action. Correspondent Rene Marsh explains deputy federal security director who's in charge of TSA operations at the Palm Springs international airport wrote yesterday, and I'm quoting due to excessive unscheduled absences recently experienced that PSP Palm Springs international that has adversely impacted security operations. If you have an unscheduled absence, you will not be placed in intermittent furlough status and Trump again linked illegal immigration along southern border with drugs and violent crime has urged democratic lawmakers fund is border wall. As I address from the Oval Office. The president gave no indication he will softening his stance. The partial government shutdown would continue without money for the wall. Recent documentary has renewed law enforcement's interest in embattled Aren beast R Kelly. The world's greatest effort to take down Grammy winner R Kelly may have gotten a boost from lifetime documentary that chronicle longstanding allegations of abuse predatory behavior in pedophilia against the singer now in Atlanta, and Chicago, we're taking a look by the allegations. I was sick. And as a survivor sick. And as a mother, I'm sticking a prosecutor who county attorney Kim FOX's calling for anyone with information to come forward. We cannot seek Justice. Without you. Meantime, an attorney for the arm star says the allegations made against him are false and are being used to fill reality TV time. Did not. White House says income tax.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Our visit today, and we welcome you again at another time for an extended interview here at in the into Africa show. Right now, we're running up against the clock. And we're going to break for news, and we will continue just in a few moments. WFAN FM Woodbridge WMA, oh, Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. Hey, W M A L, A Cumulus station. WMA L news at ten thirty. I'm Heather Curtis. President Donald Trump's not optimistic that anything will come out of a second day of negotiations today between White House officials and congressional staffers trying to end the government shutdown, but as he left for meetings with his staff at Camp David this morning. He said he feels the pain of federal workers who aren't getting paychecks after yesterday's meeting. Democrats said the White House refused to budge the president's demand for five point six billion dollars for a border wall. As the shutdown drags on a member of the Prince George's county board of education stepping in to help the county's kids while families aren't getting paychecks Alexander Wallace wrote to the school systems interim CEO asking all students be given free school meals during the shutdown a Tampa leads to the arrest in a fatal shooting of seven year old jasmine Barnes Houston a week ago today. Police say twenty year old Eric black junior admitted to taking part in the shooting. He's charged with capital murder. Barnes was killed when someone shot into her family's car..

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"woodbridge wma" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"woodbridge wma" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"WMA lfm. Woodbridge WMA Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. W M A L, A Cumulus station. Border division potential rescue mission. I'm Barbara Kusak. Democrats aren't ready to give President Trump the five point six billion dollars. He wants for Boorda well-funded and Trump says he's prepared for the partial government shutdown to go on for months, if not years correspondent Kaitlan Collins says Trump's border wall specifications. Have also changed talked to several people close to the president asking him. What is he going to build on? What is the reason for his changing logic behind this essentially, they said it has to do the president wanting to make sure he doesn't seem like he's backpedaling often that promised is reporters that he's going to build a wall. And it's going to be made of concrete senior agency officials at the TSA say at least four major airports have been affected as hundreds of the agency's officers called out from work this week, even though they're required to work without paychecks during the shutdown. Here's correspondent, Randi Kaye here. Philadelphia international airport. We looked at the check points. We haven't seen any long lines. It seems like business as usual. So it's unclear if that's affecting. This airport. Congress got worse from the president that American military personnel. Have deployed to the African country of 'gabon correspondent Barbara Starr says they're on standby to protect US citizens in neighboring Congo. They are ready to go in and protect the US embassy. But also ready to go in and rescue Americans out of that nation if it becomes necessary. This is something the US military is very expert at it's quite significant that when concourses notified about this. We learned that they went with combat equipment. Correspondent Kerris canal reports a federal judge extended the term of special counsel, Robert Mueller's grand jury for six more months. Suspend jury has heard all of these cases these indictments that we know about now from Muller's investigation as well as heard a lot of witness testimony that we've seen circling around Roger stone's. So it's it's pretty important that this jury has given us extension means this investigation is continuing on Wall Street stocks bounced back Dow up seven hundred.

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Arendal County, FOX and Jim Bartow discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Arendal County, FOX and Jim Bartow discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"The past few days, saying they've reunited, all families eligible for reunification by that court ordered deadline but that. Leaves seven hundred and eleven children by the government's last. Tally separated from their families who've been deemed ineligible for reunification, another federal judge has ordered an independent inspection of the detention centers where. Children are being kept to report on any problems I'm Ann Cates WFAN FM. Woodbridge WMA Washington Six. Oh two. On one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington small WMA l. I'm Jim Bartow and Arendal county health officials are seeking anyone who may have come into contact with a. Rabid FOX in Jessup Maryland the county health department says the FOX.

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Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in final months of 2017

John Batchelor

02:43 min | 4 years ago

Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in final months of 2017

"For no, it doesn't mean any of those things, but I think it'd be worthwhile for Republicans to note when President Trump does bad things because it is intellectually dishonest, not to do so and also don't push President Trump to double down on the bed, even Gingrich and Laura Ingraham. We're on Trump over this thing. It's not about people being anti Trump being all over Trump for what he said. It's about anybody with any sense of objectivity, realizing that Barack Obama has had the same thing would have been all over his. Okay. And when Trump says that kind of stuff, then he deserves the flag he gets, okay, we'll be back here tomorrow to break down all latest. This is the Ben Shapiro show. WFAN FM Woodbridge WMA oh Washington, point, nine FM and AM six thirty w. m. a. Cumulus. Station where Washington comes to talk Twitter. Suspensions Cates President Trump now says he supports the US intelligence community and its conclusion Russia interfered in the election reading prepared remarks. The president said he simply misspoke when he rejected the intelligence communities finding of Russian meddling when he stood next of Ladimir. Putin in Helsinki the president said he saw no reason. Why it would be Russia, that interfered. With the election should. Have been I don't see any reason why it would be Russia Sort of a double negative the president also reiterated his faith. In the US intelligence community saying he accepts the assessment of Russian interference but then added it could have been other people to Jerry bowed. Lender Washington, Twitter suspended tens of millions, of user accounts at the end of two thousand seventeen Associated Press says the online social media sites suspended at least fifty eight, million accounts in the final three months of last year part of their purge against accounts that. Are believed to. Be malicious or suspicious Twitter has gotten more aggressive. About getting rid, of, these, kinds of accounts since the Russian disinformation campaign during the two thousand sixteen presidential. Election last week Twitter announced they had suspended. Seventy million accounts in may and June the purges do have some analysts worried that the crackdown could affect Twitter's user growth numbers. And they're concerned that the company should have alerted investors in the company about the purges earlier I'm John Stolnis the US. Is on track for steady economic growth Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell told the Senate banking committee that the employment sector is in good shape labor market has strengthened. Deliver report, will show that wages went, up two point seven percent that's significantly higher than trend inflation there is a bit of a bump from gas prices going up, and consumers do pay that but I would say that overall workers are better off on Wall. Street the Dow. Climbed fifty six points the NASDAQ gained forty nine, I'm Ann Cates.

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Justice Department inspector general report cites lack of candor by McCabe

The Larry O'Connor Show

02:34 min | 4 years ago

Justice Department inspector general report cites lack of candor by McCabe

"Of thieves and lowlifes and that's in response of course to the inspector general report out today which says that mccabe who at one time was the interim head of the fbi gave out or should i say leaked unauthorized leaked to the to the wall street journal about the fbi probe of the clinton foundation and then he lied to investigators about it and so you got him lying to investigators that's mccabe yet me some say may have committed perjury with the timing of the exoneration memo went that was started in written and you got loretta lynch according to me her her independence in this called into question based on classified information that he can't talk about and he might have violated a law by writing this whole book and saying what he's saying nothing to see here no special counsel needed move on at five thirty we'll move on to wma really wwl fm woodbridge wma all washington your shot at one thousand dollars four times four k a m a l a cumulus station jamais news at five thirty i'm maria leaf a justice department report now lays out the case for why the fbi former second in command andrew mccabe was famously fired by the attorney general just days before he was to retire rationale for why andrew mccabe was demoted from the deputy fbi director position months ago is contained in a justice department report it says mccabe candor when speaking with investigators looking into media leak of information about the clinton foundation investigation press secretary sarah sanders already having blasted james comey's book sounds like two peas in the pod with mccabe in komi mccabe was fired in disgrace for misconduct and lying about it a presidential tweet eco data assessment quote doj just issued the mccabe report which is a total disaster he lied lied lied mccabe was totally controlled by komi mccabe's komi mccabe maintains he was trying to clear up misreported information bob costantini the white house metro officials are closer to getting something they wanted for a long time dedicated funding today dc mayor mariel bowser signing emergency legislation to give metro nearly one hundred eighty million dollars a year and dedicated funding those new funds will ensure as i mentioned already metro safety and reliability the money will come from taxes including higher ones charge to people who use uber.

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Trump pardons ex-Cheney aide Scooter Libby

The Larry O'Connor Show

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Trump pardons ex-Cheney aide Scooter Libby

"The underwriters corner don't miss the underwriters corner with host bill parisi sundays at eleven right here on wma al wfan fm woodbridge wma washington shot at one thousand dollars four times w m a l a cumulus station delay all news at three thirty i'm marie leaf new this hour house speaker paul ryan says an nbc interview he backs majority leader kevin mccarthy is california as his successor the white house has pardoned vice president dick cheney's former chief of staff scooter libby who was convicted for his role in the valerie plame scandal white house press secretary sarah sanders says the president felt libby was unfairly convicted pardoning libby was the right thing to do after the principal witness recanted her testimony the dc court of appeals panel unanimously voted to restore mr libya's bar membership after being presented credible evidence in support of his version of events and it appears that that key prosecution witness judith miller changed her recollection of the events in question wwl sports brought.

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H.R. McMaster, national security adviser, very likely to lose his job

Mornings On the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:09 min | 4 years ago

H.R. McMaster, national security adviser, very likely to lose his job

"The job into a lake and swim a lap i'll be impressed we had a cat that you've walked on a leash and we'd get on the boat with us on a leash walked at a lease in love to get on the boat with us so there what's coming up on wbz well saga and jetty of the daily caller white house correspondent he's going to break down all of the drama that second place at the white house is dramatic has they're telling us and walkout fallout several lawsuits in the making seven o'clock interview a male wfan fm woodbridge wma washington one point nine fm and am six thirty w l washington a cumulus station where washington comes to talk news now male news at seven good morning i'm bill thompson the news is brought to you by kars for kids miami authorities now confirm at least six people are dead after yesterday's collapse of a pedestrian bridge federal state and local officials are all now investigating exactly what happened this investigation of course continues and rest assured it will be well investigated both by local state and federal agencies homicide detectives already on scene as our fbi ntsb an osha investigators as well correspondent rosa flores yet another change in the trump administration could be on the horizon sources say that after months of tension president trump has made the decision to fire national security advisor hr mcmaster the president now wayne potential replacements aiming to have a new adviser in place ahead of his historic meeting with north korea's dictator which could happen soon correspondent abbie philip the white house meanwhile is denying those reports that president trump is about to fire hr mcmaster press secretary sarah huckabee sanders tweeted last night quote contrary to reports they have a good working relationship and there are no changes at the nfc dc mariel bowser is promising there will be closer oversight of the city's troubled public school system in her state of the district speech last night buzzer said trust in the system quote needs to be rebuilt a man was killed last night when his car ran into the back of a stop ride on bus in rockville happened at nor beck road avery road the man was the only person in the car but at least five people on the bus were treated for nonlife threatening injuries the maryland senate has approved.

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